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SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., JANUARY 7,   1911.
$3 per Annum.
tAboat the Migratory Bird
The following is taken from the "Gold and Dross" corner of the
EToronto Saturday Night of the 17th ultimo:
The Canadian Sunset Oil Company is now advertising largely
& .(.„" u rIMirdnv Sunset This, I take it, is a sufficient warn-
Lfor alf'who roadth advertisement offering shares at a dollar
Ra-h io take their money to bed with them, and feel first in the
I morning to sec if it is still intact.
The following  is taken from a recent   issue   of the  Saskatoon,
oask., Press:
Toronto Saturday Night has been getting after The Natural Resources Co., who, the paper says, are ottering something, the certainty of which is not assured because the railway has not even
reached the spot nor have the G, T. P, finally announced where
"their" Fort George will be. A switch in the survey, not an unknown thing by any means in railroad construction, might leave
both the present townsites offered some distance from the line. It
has been generally understood that the railway company will themselves put on a Fort George townsite. In regard to the permanent of the present Fort George, B. C, townsites, there may or
may or may not be something in the report of an interview within the past few weeks with a prominent official of the G. T. P., in
which that official was credited with saying that the townsite of
Fort George, so far as the railway is concerned, has not been finally located. Highlands, tbe new
north end ol the city
is  being  widely  advertised   throughout Canada
. _.	
Saskatoon    subdivision at   the
is owned by  the  Natural  Resources  Co.,  and
[peculiar Eaiiroad Order
The Harriman    railroad   managers
lhavc Ismied a "dirty" order. Clean-
lliness is not next to godliness on the
Ibig    railroad   system,   where orders
fcave just been issued that the train-
Iman who comes into a terminal with
■clean hands or face will be summarily discharged.  In the future all men
nn trains are expected to have dirty
Bands, grimy luces,    dusty   clothing
■ind shoes lhat do not shine. The or-
IpVr,    which    is    official,  applies    to
faliout 35,000 employees and embraces
' all  the roads of the  Harriman system between  the  Missouri river and
Puget Sound and New Orleans to the
Pacific ocean.
The "dirty" order, as it is called
by the employees of the road, is altogether in the interest of safety and
is only one of tbe rules by which the
Harriman railroads are waging a relentless war against accidents to
passengers and employees. Unofficially, the order reads:
"He who wishes to hold his job as
engineer, fireman, flagman, conductor or brakeman, must come into
terminals with unwashed hands and
dirty face."
According to railroad officials it is
stated that investigation has resulted in disclosing that the greater
number of accidents happen at terminal points. And in many cases
the engineer or fireman, instead of
being in the cab watching diligently
for some signal or obstruction on
the tracks, has been down in the
gangway, or some other convenient
point, adjusting a necktie, removing
overalls, washing his face and hands
and making himself otherwise presentable in order that he would not
have to spend time doing so after he
had surrendered his locomotive at
tbe end of the run. In some cases it
was found that both the engineer
and fireman were down in the gangway, leaving the locomotive to run
itself.
Lands in tiie Peace River
Owing to numerous enquiries re-
garding the homesteading of lands
in the Dominion government's reserve of 3,500.000 acres in the Peace
Kiver district of British Columbia,
secretary of the Bureau of Provincial Information, at Victoria, communicated with Ottawa and has received the lollowing reply:
"As no subdivision surveys have
yet been completed In this block, no
part of it is available at the present
time Ior homestead entry. Adjoin-
■ tlio Dominion government's reive   to   the   west,    the Provincial
government has set apart a block of
four million live hundred thousand
acres for the benefit, of settlers. Land
in this reserve can only be secured
by pre-emption. It is not surveyed,
but any bona tide settler may stake
and take possession of 160 acres on
condition that he lives upon and improves his land. His interest is recognized from the day he records his
pre-emption and after two years' residence he may secure a crown grant
of $1 per acre ($160) or he may pay
one-quarter of that sum and the
balance in three instalments."
'aveling in 1808 and in 1910
U. S. CENSUS GIVES UNION
101,100,000 PEOPLE
In the United States and all its
possessions the Stjirs and Stripes
protect 101,100,000 souls. This is the
official estimate of the U. S. bureau
of the censuB announced on the tenth
ultimo, in connection with the open
statistics for the country as enumerated in the thirteenth decennial census. It includes the Philippines, Samoa, Guam, Hawaii, Alaska and tbe
Panama canal zone.
Within its borders on the North
American continent, exclusive of tbe
territory of Alaska, the United
Spates has a population of 91,972,-
266 inhabitants. In the last ten
years the states of the Union had an
increase in population of 15,977,691,
which amounts to 21 per cent over
over the 1900 figures.
Since the first census was taken in
1790 the country has grown 25 times
as large, the population then having
been 3,929,214, slightly larger than
the present population of Texas.
The growth of the country was
greater than has been anticipated by
the expert statisticians, who have
closely watched the progress of the
country's  population.
Notwithstanding the rate of increase was greater than had been expected it still was smaller than that
scored in any previous decade, except that between 1890 and 1900,
when the increase amounted to 20.7
per cent. Between 1860 and 1870 the
increase was 22.6 per cent. The
largest increase ever shown in any
ten years was that of 36.4 per cent
between 1800 and 1810.
Unquestionably it will be necessary
to alter the basis of representation
in congress.
In a statement explaining the increase of population of the. continental United States to 91,972,266, Director Durand attributed the growth
largely to greater net additions
through immigration.
He finds a wider disparity in the
growth of the different states in the
past decade than for any other. The
range is from a decrease of 5.6 per
cent to an increase of 120 per cent
in Washington.
The states which show an increase
exceeding 30 per cent are, with the
exception of New Je.sc. and Florida
all in the west, and make up a belt
comprising one-third of the area of
the United States. South Dakota,
Colorado and Utah had increases between 30 and 50 per cent, while N.
Dakota, Wyoming, Oregon, Nevada
California, New Mexico and Arizona
increased between 50 and 100 per ct.,
and Oklahoma, Idaho and Washington more than 100 per cent.
The increase in the ten years, 1900
to 1910, was greater than in the previous decade in 26 of the states, 15
of these being west of the Mississippi  river.
The increase in the last decade was
less than in the previous one in 13
states, most of which are east of the
Mississippi river.
When Simon Fraser started out
(from the confluence of the Nechaco
fand Fraser (at that time believed in be the Columbia river) to
explore the river to its mouth, he
spent forty days in making the trip
to the Gulf ol Georgia. That was
in the year 1808. Quite a while ago,
certainly. The return trip over the
same ground was made in less time,
lt took him thirty-three days, and
possibly it is the only instance in
which the down trip has taken more
time. Dut Simon was prospecting in
the first instance. The trip in was
covering old ground and he knew
what he had to do. Since Fraser's
day, changes have come over tbe
country, and apart from aeroplanes,
locomotion Is gradually perfecting Itself in the geographical centre of B.
' , and before two years have passed
;l will be possible to go the Gulf of
Georgia In less hours than it took
Simon days to make his way to the
Pacific.   Once the G. T. P. is   oom-
Freeze-»up off the Fraser
The Fraser river froze up Sunday
morning, January 1, 1911, and is
no- a solid mass that affords the
scattered pre-emptors on the east
sid(: of the river an opportunity to
Cl me to South Fort George without
'"""ting the risk of losing their lives
by moving ice.
The general impression held by
People who live and have resided in
''"'int. cities is that the district
13 a frigid one. As far as this winter has gone, the climate of Fort
George has none superior in British
' olumbia, This statement iB not
paid for by the Natural Resources
(.°" It is the free and gratis expres-
8l°n o[ one who haa mixed thirty
filters in B. C, all the way from
"Hn, in the extreme north, to the
1 '"mpass centre.
|0i'om the time of the appearance
"' the first snow in the fall, the
."crmometcr has averaged thirty-
nvo above.     Tho  two  exceptions  in
plct.cd it will be possible to reach
Vancouver in less than forty hours.
At present the summer trip can be
made in three days, providing the
proper connections are made with
autos on the Cariboo road. In one
instance it was made in twenty-four
hours, but this is very exceptional.
From South Fort. George to Vancouver in the winter months eight days
is considered good travelling. Many
have spent fifteen days in covering
the six hundred miles. During tbe
week of Christmas the distance was
covered in five days. L. G. Mac-
Hallie, who accompanied R. Peden to
Quesnel, made the Terminal City in
time for Christmas, after having his
arrangements made to arrive there
on New Year's day. The distance of
101 miles to Quesnel was covered in
a dny and three-quarters. A special
from Quesnel landed him at Soda
Creek, and the following day- the
150-Mile House, where an auto was
taken to Ashcroft.
the past three months to this average were in November, when the
glass went down to zero, and the
other January 1, when the Hudson's
Bay glass recorded 28 below. These
were the only exceptions to the average above named. >S,ince the freeze-
up of the river laBt Sunday the
weather has again moderated to forty above, and on Thursday night
and part of Friday, a rain that
would have done credit to Prince
Rupert, occurred. Rubbers were fitting substitutes for moccasins.
OLD COUNTRY VOTES COST $1
EACH.
It costs something to run an election in the old country. In the declared expenses of the candidates a
British general election costs the
enormous sum of nearly $6,000,000.
This works out at practically $1 for
every vote cast. It is more expensive to poll the frugal and thrifty
Scot than either the English voter
or the Irishman. What is equally
surprising perhaps, is that of the
three partners the Irish costs much
the least. The cost of a Scotch vote
is placed at $1.08. The English cost
is 98 cents, and the Irish come in
with 8SJ cents. The most costly of
the Scottish seats is that held by
Sir John Dewar, the Scotch whisky
man, who retained the Inverness
burghs, for winning which for the
Liberals, he was made a baronet
three years ago. The expense of this
contest amounted to $16,000.
PERILS   OF  COAL  MINING.
Two hundred and eighty-nine out
of three hundred miners working in
the Little Hulton company's mine,
near Leigh, Lancashire, have been
killed in nn explosion tbat has turned the workings into a veritable
blast furnace.
MUCH NEEDED APPOINTMENT.
D. F. M. Perkins has been appointed district registrar under tbe
Births, Deaths and Marriages act.
Coaloil sells for $18 per case In
South Fort George. Where is tbe
man who wouldn't gamble in the
Saturday Sunset's oil stock columns?
Trot him out.
W. E.. Roberts, tbe game warden,
returned to the capital of the Cariboo on Thursday. He has been to
Barkerville and Stanley on professional duties.
Mr. Edwards Roberts, late chief
accountant of the Natural Resources
Company, dealers in townsites all
over British Columbia, with an auxiliary one in Saskatoon, lias taken
up his residence in South Fort
George, and henceforth will reside
where all live people live, nnd where
business will be done until the G. T.
P. townsite is placed on the market. After that South Fort George
will be -part of the railroad town,
not a suburb like Central, four miles
out in the woods.
The First Mail in 1812
Speaking about mail and the evolution in transmission after it arrives at South Fort George, it is not
half as wretched as it was in 1812.
Mark the date. This is no typographical error. It is simon pure in
chronology. We want you to memorize 1812, because in the spring of
that long ago year must be referred
the very first long-distance transmission of a letter within the territory of British Columhia and beyond
it. On 6th of April six couriers arrived from Fraser Lake, bringing a
letter addressed to the manager of
the Northwest Company at Stuart
Lake by David Thompson, the explorer of the river that bears his
name.
Tbe letter was dated Ilk-kayope
Falls, Columbia River, August 28,
1811. It had taken exactly eight
months and eight days to reach its
destination, and had been carried by
Indians of all the various intervening  tribes,  a  wonderful  example   of
honesty   and   of   respect for written
paper.
Last year—1910—we had a monthly
mail, with a supplementary one arranged and paid for by the residents
of South Fort George. There were no
ducklef.s in Central when we paid for
the extra mail, At that time our
correspondence was not subjected to
a complimentary trip to the woods
in order to gratify the whims of a
corporation by allowing an empty
townsite the privilege of advertising
in their folders that they have a Dominion post-office.
This winter we get a weekly mail,
but the annoying little detail of taking it by our doors and returningiit
three and four hours later, when a
little horse sense displayed by those
who unfortunately arc at the head of
the service, would remedy the evil,
passes understanding.
And Ralph Smith and eastern politicians wonder why the Liberals
make no advance, in British Columbia.    Yes, why.
The Rich Coal Fields of Telkwa
One of the biggest deals ever put
through in coal took place some time
ago, when a circle of Vancouver and
Seattle capitalists came in for a divide on $19,000,000 of profit. The
subject of this gigantic deal was seventy-five square miles of bituminous
coal lands in B. C, situated to the
northwest of Telkwa, says the
Prince Rupert Optimist.
The lands were sold to an English
syndicate, headed by Sir Arthur
Pearson, principal stockholder in
Pearson's Magazine, for the sum of
$20,000,000. The capitalists who
owned the lands had just put up a
little earnest money, expended about
$100,000 on development, and then
sold out at the tremendous profit
mentioned. Of course, the deal was
put through without the ground being subjected to a testing examination. The experts who examined the
property  for  the  English  syndicate,
measured up the veins and estimated
that they contained an aggregate of
400,000,000 tons of coal. This wonderful estimate somewhat staggered
the holders of the land, but they decided to let it go at the profit stated. The field is said to be the largest unbroken area of coal property
held by any one company in the
world. The coal is reported to be
of the very highest grade of bituminous and has'great value in the locality in which it is situated on account of its coking qualities. Tests
made of the coal by Seattle assay-
ers and at the laboratory established by the Grand Trunk Railway at
Telkwa shows that tbe fuel carries
39 per cent of volatile combustible
matter and 54 per cent fixed carbon.
It is tbe grade of bituminous coal
that is considered to be the nearest
to anthracite.
Fort George will use that coal in
the future.
Central's License Given a Hump
The petition of the Nat'urSl' Resources Co., for a hotel license for
their uncompleted building at • Central Fort George has been turned
down by the department at Victoria.
The petition was found to be irregular and the applicant corporation so
informed. The application w. s irregular on a number of counts. In
the first place the petition papers
were not in accord with the new licensing law. In the second there
were not sufficient names on the petition to even warrant the department taking notice of it. Thirdly,
the names appearing on the roster
are those of the employees of the
Natural Resources lot-selling corporation who have signed the petition
under    pressure    from the company,
and are not'Tree agents In the'mat-'
ter.
There is no need for a second license in the district at the present
time. It would be an abuse of privilege to grant it. Not the slightest
justification for an hotel at Central,
more less a liquor license, can be
advanced by anyone. There is no
travel thither, and apart from a
Black Maria that carries the mail,
there never will be any travel.
This is borne out by the fact that
all the residents of Central B'ort
George, with two exceptions, Revs.
Wright and Bell, are employees of
townsite company. The district has
enough liquor, as it is, without adding to the quantity. Supt. Hussey
makes no mistake when he returns a
petition as being irregular.
How Hammond Works the Oracles
The Natural Resources president is
buying more space in the Vancouver
dailies. He has to, in order to keep
them silent. There is not one paper
in the chain of coast publications,
that cannot be hushed. They all have
a price. Some come high, and some
come low. Others, like the Saturday
Sunset, apart from their typographical appearance, are not even fit
for wrapping paper.
A record has yet to be made by a
coast publication — daily, weekly or
picture magazine — exposing any of
the numerous land thimble-riggers of
British Columbia.
Can you name a paper that ever
made an exposure of a land-dealing
and land-selling company, or of any
of the thousand and one bogus mining flotations thnt have lived and
flourished in fertile B. C?
None. Why, because they are padded with advertising that pays them
to overlook the public's interest.
The Natural Resources is a doubtful company. They grossly misrepresent in their folders. Tbe public, in
almost all instances are given the
impression that what they are sell
ing at Fort George is a Grand
Trunk townsite. All toast publications know this to be false But not
a line in denial is ever read or seen
in the "great and awfully powerful
tbunderers" published in our commercial centres.
The latest wishy-washy guff published by Vancouver dailies is a
write-up by the president of the
Natural Resources Co., in which he
tries to convey the impression that
the Fort George Indians are only
willing to surrender the western portion of their 1366-acre reserve. The
object in view in circulating this
balderdash is for the purpose of reinforcing Hammond':. pocket in
bringing in the $10-a-month payments that are in the scale of uncertainty. By the non-surrender of
the eastern portion of the reserve a
possible enhanced value may be given
to bis worthless addition property,
which is situated three and a half
miles from the Fraser river.
With the salve extracted from the
humble $l0-buycrs all over the country the Natural Resources works the
oracles at the coast.
Getting Installed
The new mercantile firm of Close
& Brown, successors to A. G. Hamilton, are gradually completing the
removal of their stock to their new
store from the premises formerly occupied in the Hamilton buildings.
The shelving and light fixtures were
installed by Contractor Loyal this
week, and the remaining counters
and office furniture will be placed in
position tho incoming week. Once
the detail operations are arranged
and perfected the interior appearance
of this now store will be such as has
never been seen before in the district
and augurs well for the future success of the young men, who have
clutched  the   skirts    of  opportunity
in a land bubbling over with milk
and honey, and who, by the way, are
among the forerunners of thousands
who will enter the district in the
not distant future.
J. O. Williamson, late with the
Hudson's Bay Co. here, and formerly connected with the branch of the
same old house at Quesnel, is attached to the new firm. His varied
and lenghthy experience in Northern
British Columbia should prove a valuable acquisition to the new firm of
Close & Brown-
A. J. Huble, the Giscombe Portage merchant, was in Hnvelock, Ontario, December 15, on his way to
spend Christmas with his parents,
at Rochester, N, V. I UUI      UI..IIUL     llUlllltaW
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
Devoted   to   the   Interests   ol   Fort
George and  the entire Northern Interior.
.1. H. DANIELL, Editor,
JANUARY 7,  1911.
Sonic systematic arrangement for
the keeping <>f time should be inaugurated in South Fort George this
year. In the past it, has been the
practice for everyone possessed ol a
watch to keep his own time, with
the result that, no timepieces recorded alike. The two sawmills operating here have dissimilar time fur
starting and quitting and further aggravated by lhe fact that, they alter
their Btartlng hours tn suit the expansion and contraction of ench day
in i!ic 365, Tiiis primitive system,
in the Mian who has been accustomed to tin' use nf a watch, is doubly
annoying, and the sooner a change is
made the better for the community
and likewise the overworked watch
repairer, I
Houston, a new town on the line
nf the G. T. P., 80 miles from Hazelton, has been named after the old
war horse who put South Fort
George on the map, John Houston
was one of the townsite owners at
the time of his death, and had had a
good deal to say in the laying out of
South Fort Oeorge. This accounts
for Hamilton avenue and Second
streets being 80 feet wide. Other
members of the company did not believe in wasting valuable real estate
by making the streets too wide, but
John carried his point, and the avenues were made their present width.
An attempt, was also made to have
a street named after Houston, but
Houston would have none of it, and
only after death did the Northern
Development insert the name to one
of the streets at the southern extremity. Another point which is interesting to those who knew the veteran, is the fact that in the competition for a name for the new town
above mentioned, the name McBride
appears twice. Everyone knows the
deadly enmity thnt for years existed
between McBride and Houston. It
was such that they never spoke as
they passed in the corridors of the
legislature. It was a sincere fri-
gidness on the part of J.H. By the
adoption of Houston, as against a
multiple of other names, in which
that of his old foe appears, it looks
as though the principled John had
to die in order to best the doughty
Dick.    And such is the world!
The British postoffice authorities
on the first of the year took over
the telephone property of the National Telephone Company, of London, England, at an arbitration
value. This is said to be the most
gigantic industrial undertaking ever
attempted in that country. A good
many newspapers are showing a sort
of passive opposition to the scheme,
arguing that government-owned and
operated projects are never as efficient or economically operated as
private enterprise. Some advocate the formation of a telephone
commission, somewhat similar to the
Canadian Railway Commission,
which shall look after the interests
of tho public and see that they get
an efficient service, but leaving the
enterprise as a private one. The difficulty seems to be that the post-
office already owns part of the telephone system, and that a divided
ownership is never a good thing.
In England at the present time the
number of telephones in use is only
6.4 to the thousand of population,
whereas in the United States the
number is 01 to the thousand, just
ten times the number of the former.
The postoffice department, while
making a large annual income from
tho letter deportment, loses annually
a considerable sum on the telegraph
department, and so far the telephone
system has not paid any revenue. In
the telegraph department, however,
the country has been given cheap
rates and a splendid service, which,
after nil, is more Importanf 1 an to
produce a revenue. The loss ' ; not
been very large. If the 1"; one
service were cheapened and i flat
rate given, as in this country, t 1 o
would become popular.
rates cases, which declares that rates
ere too high and orders the companies to file lower tariffs within tho
period of three months. It also
makes it plain that express companies are owned by railway companies
and therefore there is no occasion
for the existence of separate companies to handle tiie express business
of Canada, but that it could be done
by the railway companies, as it is in
fact being done now. The judgment
avers that the express companies
over-pay (lie railways for accommodation in stations, nnd intimates it
is a convenient way of disposing of
profits which otherwise might be so
conspicuously large as to be inconvenient. It declares that the forms ot
contract which express shippers are
compelled to sign are unreasonable
and are designed to enable tho companies to escape responsibility for
shipments lost or damaged, in spite
of the fact that their high charges
are supposed to provide for this hazard. The form of contract is abolished for through express business, a
rate reduced by at least ten per cent
is ordered nnd local rates are to be
reduced accordingly,
LAND DEALERS  IN THE TOILS,
Boston, Dec. 22.—Rev. Norman K.
Plass, former president of the Redeemable Investment Co., Charles
H. Broaks, manager, and John F.
Traphagen, an agent of the company, were indicted here yesterday
by the federal grand jury for using
the mails in a scheme to defraud. It
was stated in the literature of the
company that it controlled as a
holding company, mining, farm and
timber properties in the Northwest
and in British Columbia. When the
federal officers visited the offices on
October 13 and carried off books and
arrested Manager Brooks. Mr. Plnss
was on his way to British Columbia.
In explanation of tbe arrest and
indictment, the post, office authorities state that the mails were used
to defraud by him and his associates
in exploitation of the Okanagan Development Co., the Boston & Canada Wheat Laud Co., the Norman
Plass Lumber Co., and the Santo
Domingo Mining Co., all of which
have offices in Boston.
The Okanagan Development Company claimed to have enormous assets in the state of Washington, and
reported its property worth millions. On investigation it was discovered that it was purchased for
$3000, of which $1500 was payable in
six months and $1500 in one year,
that the payments had never been
completed.
The Boston & Canada Wheat Land
Co., claimed to own about 23,00(1
acres in Saskatchewan. The company
simply held a contract to purchase
these lands, payment on which had
not been made. The company's
equity was practically worthless.
The Norman Plass Lumber Company was a stock-selling scheme, and
although dividends have been paid,
it was evidently for the purpose o/
deceiving stockholders, as the company had made no earnings.
The Redeemable Investment Company also claimed to own iron and
copper mines in New Mexico worth a
million dollars. As a matter of fact
it had not acquired such a property.
The company has defrauded the public out of large sums of money.
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Chamberlain was aide to report that
a lug movement of settlers into the
district was already going on, no
fewer than 400 families of pioneers
having gone into the district from
the company's station at Edson,
west, of Edmonton, this summer. It
can bo stated on authority of Mr.
Chamberlin that it has practically been decided to stnrt this
branch due north from Edmonton
next spring.
The Canadian Pacific has been
hampered in getting in supplies into
the district owing to the need of a
bridge over the Saskatchewan between Strathcona and Edmonton.
This bridge, however, is now under
construction, and it is understood
the company will, on its completion,
start building a line northwest from
lOdmonton to tap the Lesser Stave
Lake country, and ultimately to tap
and reach the Peace River Landing.
A  FORESTRY  CONVENTION.
A forestry convention is to lie held
in the city of Quebec, Jan. 17, under
the auspicos of the Canadian Forestry association, of which His Excellency Earl Grey is the patron, Sir
Wilfrid Laurici" Honorary President,
and Hon. W, C. Edwards, the great
Ottawa lumberman, president. The
ministers of crown lands in the various provinces nie territorial vice-
presidents, and R, L. Borden, M. P.,
is on the board of directors, which
includes lending lumbermen, forest
administrators and forestry educationists.
The Commission of Conservation,
of which Hon. Clifford is chairman,
will hold its annual meeting in the
City of Quebec on Jan. 17, so that
the ancient capital will that week be
the Mecca   of   all    interested in tho
NORTHERN LUMBER CO.
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed
SPRUCE AND FIK
RUSSELL PEDEN, Mann.cr
South Fort George,
b.c.
cars, and one colonist car were landed yesterday. Passenger business
over the first hundred miles of line
is certainly in contemplation, though
possibly still some ways off. As
long ns there is the frequent risk of
rocks coming down with unowslides
on the line the rotary plow will not
be used over places where this is n
possibility, but n V plow is due to
arrive with the next consignment of
rolling stock, and ns General Superintendent Mehnn has stated, constant effort is being made to render
the track absolutely free from risk of
loose rock falling or sliding with
snow.
At Vancouver a whole yard full of
rolling stock is ready to he transferred to Prince Rupert and may very
soon be on the way here.
FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Andrew Miller, of
Fort     George,    B.    C,    occupation
rancher,    intends to  npply for    per-
PICAi'l.  RIVER  I,A.N'li lns i
Iiislriet nl' Curiboo,
TAKE notice Unit Henry
Mitchell ni' Vancouver, B.C., ....
Clerk, intends to anply for |ioi
in purchase the following n
lands:   Commencing  nt   ti  posi
about  twelve  miles  west   nn I  iv,
miiiiIi nr tiie southeast comei
lMiiuininii iluveimin ni Resei\.
vicinity m' Him North Fork or Hi
Pouee Coupe lllver, and markei
M,, N.W. corner," thenee easl _(J
thence south mi eliuins. thoneo
ehnliiN, thence north so chain?
ml in
.Ml .
, ,       . ,    ,,   tu"l mission to purchnse the following de-
presorvntion of forests and all   that  _cri))e(1 lan(js.
depends upon them, such as navigation, water-powers, agriculture, fish,
and game, recreation, health and
tourist travel. The absolute dependence of the miner upon the forest
for pit props will also be fully dealt
with. The Commission of Conservation, which has been a'l year gathering, information about all of Canada's natural resources, will, through
its experts, indicate the present state
of each. The Forestry convention
will discuss nnd make clear the duty
of the public, the press and the governments to Canada's forests.
The Premier of Quebec, Sir Lomer
Gouin, and tlic members of the government
Commencing at a post plnnted at
the N. E. corner of Lot 4358; thence
north 20 chains; thence west 40
chains; thence south 20 chains ;
thence east 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 80 acres,
more or less.    ANDREW MILLER.
Dec. 12, 1910.
polnl  ol' 'oi
Mnnienet'ir.ent, c<
acres more
or less
III
'..\I!V ALBERT
Jonathan On
Sepl.   i::ih,
nun.
peace
RIVER   LAND
1
listrlct ol' Carlb
TAKE ie
otlco    Hint    Eilv
Smith   or
Vancouver,   in
Gentleman,
inieiuls    lo   :.;.
mission   lo
purchase  the i
scribed   im
Ills;    Coiiiiiieni |,
planted abi
ml three miles i
mile south
ol'   the   soulh. ii
lhe Domini
on Government
aboul   nine
miles norlh of
nnil   itnirki
•il  "E,   T.   s.   \
thence eas
t  mi chains, 11 ei
ehnins,   lie
mce   - est   . I i
norlh   SO   i
■huins  lo  the :•
mencement
, containing 6.o
ii-ruin
Iward ri:
FORT GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice tbat John Tutlis, of
Fort George, B. O., occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted   at
Sept.
ri.
_ mor.
EDWARD  THOMAS SMITH
Jonathan i_ra_sni ,u.,.|,i
15th, linn. s"1.
ACE  111 VIM!
District
LAND ms'l'lUUT,
that Frank UaroM S!»
i:i'.
for pi
lescrlbaj
i  p
._a..!.4en4ti1.'si,a_ti..ally, *_-_..! the'N. _-.~cc.n-r of Lot .'357,"thenee
up the project, the details of which
will come under the direction ol Hon
Jules Allan], the minister of lands
and forests. Mr. James Lawler, the
Secretary of the Canadian Forestry
association, whose headquarters are
in Ottawa, and to whom emiuiries
about the program, etc., may be addressed, will visit Quebec frequently
between now and the dato of the
convention to confer with Mr. Allard
and tho committee of the association
there to see that no detail of the
work is left undone.
Everything   points   to the        _^_____.__________-_____-____-____-____-______________
end most practical forestry conven- to purchase «ie following ~ described
tion ever held in Canada. The legis- lands:
lature of Quebec will be in session at Commencing at a post planted one
this time. Railways have granted and one-half miles south of Lot 1883
special rates,  and a strong program  thence   east 40   chains; thence south
south 20 chains; thence east 20
chains; thence north 20 chains;
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less. JOHN TUTLIS.
Andrew Miller, agent.
Dec. 13, 1910.
First insertion above notices Dec. 81.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice   that  James Fyfe,    of
South Fort George,  occupation  far-
largest  mer, intends to apply for permission
TAKE notiee
herii oi' Vanei
Printer, intends to aim
to purchase ihe foil,
lands: Commencing at
nliout three miles wii
south nl' tiie southea.
1 loininioii (lovemment
about   nine   miles   nortl
nml marked "K. ii. :
thence w< st so chain.**,
chains, lli-tice e.tst 81
solllil   SO   chains   lo   tli
mencement, containing
or less:
FRANK rocnOTST. SH'Tircn:'
Jonathan Oraham, Agtut
Sept.  15th.  1910.
PEACE  RIVER   I.AM)  DISTKIC
Dlstrlcl of Carlb ■"
Hi
640
TAKI
■'■    notice    tii.it
Ro
Crosby
of  Vancouver,
H.i'.,
Printer,
Intends   to  up
ply
Moil   til
purchase the fol
low!
is being prepared, the details of
which will be announced later, or
may be hod from the secretary.
AT THE PACIFIC END
OF THE G
40 chains; thence west 40 chains ;
thence north 40 chains to point of
commencement.
JAMES FYFE.
December 29, 1910.
T. P.
Dec.  20.)
RAILWAYS  TURNING THEIR ATTENTION' TO  "FtRST NORTH."
The "Last West" having already
been already opened up to civilization, the railways are now turning
their attention to the "First North"
nnd the coming year will witness an
exciting rivalry between the three
great railway systems of Canada for
the .omtnand of the traffic into the
great Peace River country.
The Canadian Northern Railway,
whicn is the pioneer in Central Alberta and Saskatchewan and is already in operation north of the G.T.
Pacific in both provinces, seems likely to be the railway which will he
the first to profit by the immense
agricultural and mineral resources of
the Pence River valley. For a long
time past it has not only bad surveys being carried out in that region, but has actually bad the first
portion of the line due north from
Edmonton towards the Peace River
under construction.
So great has been the progress in
this line during the past few months
that, a telegram was icceived nt the
Montreal offices the fore part of the
month announcing that the. grading
of this branch had now been completed to within twenty miles of
Athabasca Landing, which is about
100 miles north of Edmonton, and
lhat the whole of the grading would
be finished this year, and the balance of the rails laid next spring.
The line north from Athabasca
Landing will be curried along the
valley of the Athabasca to Athabasca Lake, with branches west to tap
the Peace River valley.
Meanwhile both the Orand Trunk
Pacific and the Canadian Pacific have
had surveys made for linos nortii
from lOdmonton in this region. ll.
is understood that one of the subjects discussed by 10, J. Chamberlin,
die general manager of the Orand
Trunk  Pacific,  with  the executive in
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take  notice    that  Alexander    Mc-
Willie,  of Vancouver,  B. C,  occupation  traveller,  intends  to apply for
_ _ „ ,. .        permission to purchase the following
done   this    winter.   The    ballasting  d-_cribed lands'
operations were being carried through     Commencing    at   a   post
eriiiii-
lands:  i lommenclng at a pwd    :'' '
about   three   miles   west  ;-       ine n
.outh  oi'  tiie  soutl easl  •      '    '
Dominion     Government     iteyervi
about  nine  miles  norlh  in Swan  Ut-e
anil   marked  "l(.    A.  C.i    N ''■   ioraer,
thenee south  SO ehnins, thence wi  !
elmins,  thenee  north   SO      tins, tneni
enst   80   elielns   to   the   polnl   ol  '":
mencement, containing '■'' -ffe. "|l,r
ur less.    ROBERT ABET.T CROSH.
Jonathan (iriihum, Am"'
Sept.  15th,  191U.
(Prince Rupert Optimist,
Supt. Mehan, of the G. T. P., who
visited tbe end of steel the other day
along with    Chief Engineer Kelliher,
reports no more   ballasting can    be
PEACE
RIVER
District
LAND  DISTRICT
if Cariboo,
notlc
r. i:
with all possible speed so that Mr.
Mehan might be in a position to recommend the inauguration of a
weekly service to points on ' < e Iii e,
but this possibility was put well out
of sight by the sustained severity of
the weather, Ballasting bad to be
abandoned altogether, and the m v
had to turn their attention to other
work incidental to the l:ne, such as
the buiding af sheds and bridges and
the laying of concrete foundations.
In the spring the ballasting will
be resumed and onre the line is in
fair shape .Mr. Mohan will probably
recommend that a weekly service be
put on. As the line progresses the
length of the service will be extended and it, is hoped that in that way
greater facilities will be given to the
settlers  living    irij^^^ ^^^^
parts ami  also    to    the  prospectors  tiience 80   chains
wlio want   to   learn   the lay of the
land under the most favorable condi-
________________________________       planted
about   eleven   miles    north    of   the
Blackwater and  at  the  S.W.  corner
post of Lot    983;   thence 80    chains
north; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains   south;    thence 80    chains
east to point of commencement.
ALEXANDER  McWILLIE,
W,  MacKirdy, agent.
December 7, 1910.
TAKE
Vanoouve
lends |,i applv
elmse the rn]ii
Commencing nt
Hint    i:
'., occupation
l'..r iiermission
wing described
a post planted
1   Brown "' I
Kllil
miles west nml I mil'
southeast enrncr ol' the
ornment Rest rvo, in (lie
Bank Itiver. n tributary
nml marked "It B. S, 13.
nnrth so chains, thonoe
thenee smith so chains,
chains to the polnl ol'
cnniiiliilng (110 ivies nunc ,
ROYAL
Willlan
soulh
Domini'
vlclnltv
ol' I'm.
cornel.
vest  mi
lllclle.-   .
eoiiiiin l
■ Ie"
l:i;i
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Arthur Filmer,,
of Vancouver, occupation real estate
broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing     at   a post    planted
about ten miles north of the Dlaek-
Seiil.    1C til.   11110.
water River and one mile west from
the unfrequented the s    w    corncr   ,)OSt of Lot <)88.
iborth;    thence   80
chains west;  thence 80 chains south;
(.,      m., _ _     j    4,.    thence 80   chains    east to point    of
■tons      1 his   proposed service is the  commencoment.
first from   the    end of the line tbat
PEACE  RIVER
District
TAKE notice ih
Vancouver, li. (■,
clerk, Intends to
io purchase the
lands: Commencli
aboul 20 miles iv
of the soiiihe
Ion (lovernnie
Ity of Cm ll.
Pine Itiver, n
corner." thenc
wesi so chain
LAND   IIISTI
of  Cariboo,
ii Charles Mi
occupation
apply  for pel
plant.
St
sl   nnd
II
G.T.P. will have afforded, and needless to say, it is being looked forward to with n large degree of interest, not only by tbe public, but
by the railway officials themselves.
Engineer Kelliher has gone on to
Hazelton in connection with his
work of inspection. The year being
near a close he is going over the
field of operations so as to be in a
position to get. a line on the general progress and also ns to shape
his next year's plans.
December 9
ARTHUR FILMER,
W.  MncKirdy, agent.
1910.
thence <
comment
more  or
ni  Reserve,
ink  Kiver, i
nd   marked   "C
e  south   Sll  eh:
s, tiience nortl
liiliiiliii
'.  M„  I
isl
elmins   lo   the
containing    i
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Walter George
Evans, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation real estate broker, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing   at    a    post    planted  of Victoria,   B. C
I'll Wll.l.S   AIM LAI
William Kadley,
no
Sent   l "Hi, V^^^^^^^^^
First insertion above notices Jan. 7,
FORT  GEOKGE  LAND   DISTRICT
Distriot o( Cnriboo.
Take  notice  that Victor WillCsnWi
  occiipnlinn  ''It'1
about nine miles north of the Black-  intends to apply for permission lo P111'
  water River and ono mile west from  chase the following; described lands:
Down  in the G T P   railwav vned.  __° 3'  W< corn,,r post of Lot 989a i      Commencing at a post planted about
is a big rotary snow'plow   the most    , 8°. ^m    S?rth|  thence 80  Se.Ven  ,rliles east mut  °"c  mile   ... '
.".    ,u,\ l"?™' tD. m°st chains west; thence 80 chains south;  of the north-east,  corner of lot l'-'1'
thence 80   chains   east   to point   of  Cariboo district, thence south 80 chain8!
commencement, ^""_™ . _.   .   . . .„,_ wi
WALTER CEORCE  EVANS,
W.  MacKirdy, ngent.
December 9.  1910.
Interesting unit in the big shipment
of rolling stock landed yesterday, lt
looks like business now in the yards
with the new workshop and engine-
shed roofed and window fitted, and
the lines crowded with rolling stock.
Resides  the    rotary  plow,     11  box
thence cast 80 chains, thence north'
■______■___».   pom-
First insertion above notices Ja 7
chains, thence west 80 chuins I
of commencement, containing!!!" •'"'
more or less.   VICTOR WILLIAM!"
A. B. Fraser, »ff
Nov. 17, 1910. dec-lU-f W I'PAKP  notiee  that   Ernest  .loins  oi   Van- TAKK notiee tlmt Joseph  l.illiei'k Wilson, TAKK notiee    tlini    William   Tlomoy,   (it
Inner il   C   in .Munition  llnlhler,  Intonda  to ol  Victoria,  B.C.,  nic.cliuut,  intends to ap- Vanoouvor,  ll.C, oontraotor, Intonda to   up-
Cii.lv tor normlsslon to purohaso the loilow- ply lor iiot'inlssion to p|irohaso lho lollowing ply lor permission  tu purohaso the   follow -
In' described lands:   Commonoing "( a post (|i_scrlbed    lands:      Com'tncnolag nt a post ing dosorlbed lands:   Coiiinieiiclng nt u post
Bantu- 9 mllos north from u point on tho plnnted  :i  miles    west    and  2 miles soutli plantod ono mile north ol the Hallway rivor
R_ Li  Itiver about H2 mllos down slronn. Irom whore tho 2um  Imse line crosses  Henr and one milo nortn and one milo wesi (rom
Km the mouth ol Cypross Creek,    ihenee.   rivor, und c  milo west and on, milo north no Mile post. ostaWlshod  on  tho Polioo trail
r     .     ... i._;    sii    el,.,in. ■ from   ii   nost   nmrkeil   I'riuik   llegg s    ni.riii   lit. i   ..'<> ,1   e„.   .0,1,n   ,imi   |.',„-i   i:,-,,!,.,,,.
h'oni   tiie  mouth   ol  Cypres
loiilh   HI)  ehnins:     Ihcnce  west
nieine    north  SU  chains:    thenco   on
Binilis   10    pollll    lit   eolilhleliei-melll,   01
trtOI'O   or   less.
ERNEST  JONES'.      Swan
James Pi ttry, agent   ooi'
Big ni" n
■lit. 29,vI'.Hi
post   nmrkeil   Prank   Hogg's    norlh between   Fori   St.   .lohn   und   Fori   (lrnlmni,
I,   so   west  oornor   planted   on   the  flrand   I'rnlrlu n.r.,  flieiu-e    so    ohalns  west:    ihenee   SU
.iiuin-   nnd  I'len-e (Joupo wagon  roud and aboul   I ohalns south in  Ilnllwny  rivor;  IIihbci mcun-
miles  north  wesi   from  nortii  wost   end   ul dering suld river down stream In nn oastor-
Suokcr    lake,     tnence  sii   elmins Ij   direction  to  u point    about    -so   elmins
thence so  rimins  west;    thonoo   80 south oi Initial post; thenoo 80 ohalns north
limns noilli;  tin
—        ' llllllil..   im.iiii,    in. ,.,,     .,-■   ..........   ......    ... j.,.in. I,,    [,,,
PKACK  KIVF.lt  LAND  DIS'J'KICT. of oommenooment,  oontalnlng 6.0 noros moro aoroa
Dlatrlol  ol  Pcaoo River. „,• |06b,   Post  marked  J.E.W.  NE corner. oornoi
fAKK nolice that  Willis U.  McAlllBtor ol JOSEPH   BILBECK   WILSON.         Sopl
L_.........   It     r    ii mi ttnn   Ili-ncel".   ililenils ,-.._!., ..   -.     Olio
•■---■      >,i     it.iLHi.     j.uni,     4,,.,     ,,|,nun   in,.,
hums cusi  to point to  point  of coiiiineiiccmeni,  containing   lit
 ''"    more or less,   l'ost marked  U'.T.  N 10
WILLIAM  TIKKNKY.
i\t\r. nuuic tun.  lulu. ..- -v.  ...                     .ni.-ii.,!,,  .j,!,.......   iiiii.iw... ouptombcr 19, llilo.
icoiivcr ll. ('. oooupatlon drooor, intonds     o«tober 7,  11)10.
apply   lor   ponnlSBlo.    lo     purclinsc   Uui .  PEACE KIVKK  I.AND DIVISION.
Sowing describod  landB: Commonoing at a            PEACE  KIVKK  LAND  DIVISION. liistrict ol Cnrihoo.
ll  plantod   in   miles  North   from   u   poinl                         District ol Cnrihoo. TAKK notice    that    Charles  Ellbnok   Wil-
tlio Ilnllwny  lllver nliout   li miles down      TAKE nolice  that   'lohn Cathcnrt, of  Vic- son, ol  Victoria,  H.C, solicitor, intends   to
.win  from   the  mouth  o(  Cypress  Creek,   ,,„.;.L  n,c. olork, Intonda to apply Ior per, apply for permission to purchaBo the follow-
(oiice Norilt    Mil  chuins;   thonoo    Wost   SO   mission  to  purolfnso  tho  following doscribed ing dcBcrlbod lands:    Commenolng nt u post
inins: thenee South sii clmins; thence  Kust   |HndB|   Commenolng nt n post planted tin  plantod   A   miles   west   nud   2   miles   south
1(1 ehnins  lo  point    of    coninicncenn ut  nml    miles   wcsl   ,mm   leliere   the  -'uiii   >.n-„    ll,,..    (i._„,   .i...  ,,,,,■.   i   it    ,,   ...
loniuiniiig li-ln ucres more or leas.
Wil,I,IS   I!.   .McAl.liISTKIi
TAKK noiice thai Jamos Pratt q! Vancouver, ll.C. Insurance agent, intends to apply lor permission to purclinsc Hie following described lunds: Commenolng nt a post
planted .- miles north from junction of Cypress Crock und Ilnllwny river mid id out
I1, miles > nortl)/of 72-Mllo post on North
Went Mounteil Police trail, between purl Si.
John  und  Kort Graham,   II. C,   'hoi    so
chains north: llioncu Bd chains weat: thenco
So chains south: llience Ml clmins cr.St tn
point ol commencement, oontalnlng (.In ncrea more or less. Post marked J.P. S K
corner. JAMBS PK/.TT.
Soptomber 22. min.
 il  where  ih,.  -mi,   p.,,..   ]:,„, ffora whorc the 20th  bnso lino crosses Henr
KU1H.IIIIIUIK ;;-." ii.-irn ihu™ ui■■"»»• crosses  Hone  rlvcr and  one  mil,,  west   mid Itiver and one mile west und one mllunorlh
1.,        .,.    m.'I,IS   "'   MoA-i-iISlHIl. in,    miles     norlh     from     u  pos irltod Irom   u  post   mnrked   Krunk   Begg's    north
Bj£t.  -'•  Cl"- Jnmos Pettry. ngenl.   K,..1M|;  n,,.:.» north  wcsl  corner,  plant-dun west   corner,   planted  on   lho  Grand  Prairie
I'li'AI'l,"    IMVIi'l.'    IVVIi    hl-TOh'T 1 lu ■    Cl'aiid    Prnirie   mid    I',nice   1' ie   u- iii. .....I      I, „     ,i„ - .1        ... i
£_•""   - •              "" .'■ "i>  rriinii   iick _ n  ii'iiin   -cm   cornor,   piuiueii on wcsl   corner,   planted   on   Hie   Grand   Prairie
PKACK KIVKK I.AM-  DISTRICT, tlio Grand Prairie mid  Pone Coupe wagon and   I'ouce   Coupe wagon road,   and
TAKK  -.'..l...'that"  inincs    I'iX.   of    Van- west  _Sf ol S___  S'totoflSE?   thene. «>OUt   - miles N.W. from N.W. end ol
couvor  li.  0.  oooupatlon  Driver,  Intonda  to 80  clmins  south;      thonoo  80 chains easl ; Swh"  or.  Sucker    lake,    ihenee  80   enains
npply for pcrinlssion to purohaso lhe follow- •llience  „u  olmlna  norlh;    thenco   So  chains ">"!"'■   l1"'"''1'   80    ol'ulnB  '■■'">t;     thence    80
Inn dosorlbed  lands:   Commenolng at. u  post wost  in  puint  ol oommonoomont.  containing °.alns north; ihcnce su chains west to point
line described lands:   Commencing ai. a post wesi to point ol oommonoomont, containing ehalns north; ih.,                     .      	
[planled   I"  miles  from  a   point  on   lho   Unit- (1-0   acres   more   or   loss,     l'osl   nmrkeil   J.0.     of coiilineiice nt.  Containing  nin  acres I..ore
Iw.iv   Rivor  about    :(-l   miles    Jowa  stream Ml corner.                  JOHN  CATHCART. or  '''ss'     ''"A  marked  C.K.W.  NW corner.
I Irnm   the   mouth   ol   Cvpress   Creek,   thoneo October 7.   1010, _     ,        CHAULES   ElbllECK  WILSON.
| Soutli  8(1    ohnlns;  theftec    W    80  oliains;                       ,  October  ,.  1910,
ihenee    North  su    chains:  thenco    Rial   80 PEACE  IIIVEI.  I.AND  DIVISION. PHAClc  iiviv  I \m, ihvi.iov
.chillis   lo   pom     of   coiiilnclicemeiil   and   eon- .. I I...I r.   l.l.l.u   UAM)   IIIWSION.
ne i.h   ncroB i   or less. Diatrlct of Cariboo. District ol Cnriboo.
''"'" ''                 ,i\mks PICK. TAKE notico  that   Alwtandor Com!",   ol TAKK notloo that  John!    Beaton ol Vault;,.,. .is   mm             .lames Pottry   agent Vanoouvor, B.C., (orrastor, Intond. to rpply comer,   B.C.,  mnrriod  woman,    Intenda  to
lor permisaion to purchnso lho lollowing ties- appl) Ior permission in purchaso ihe tollow-
PRAgi- RIVEK I,AND DIVISION. orlbod lands:   Commonoing n1 o post plnnt- Ing described lands:   Commenolng al  a post
'i ol ( iiiho.i. ed about   10 ohains north and 2 miles west planted   one   mile  west  and  7   miles   soulh
PEACE  KIVKK  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKK notice that Norman Mussel! Lcwen-
don, ol Vanoouvor, ll.C, sidesman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following descriiicd la .da: Commonoing 'it a
post piunted about 40 eliuins north and _
miles west from liu-Mile post established on
the North West Mou d Police trail, Iietween Kort Si. John mul Fori Graham, li.
C. norlh of Hnlfwny river, post mnrked N.
K.l,. s 13 oorner, thonco Su ohalnB north
thonce sn chains west: thonco HU chains
soutli ; thonco wi ohnlnn ensl lo poim of
commencement, containing (1.0 acres more
or less. NORMAN   RUSSELL l.KWKNIION.
September 17,  l'.iln."
ill   Irom   where  the 20th   bn
the
i    Take notice  Hint  James  MoLaugb-   ol 110-Milo  post, established ou th.         . ,,  .
lit)   ill  Vancouver,    il.  0.,    teamster,   \V"_'  Mounted Police I.ml   between  fort ..i. Dear river and -I  miles south  rati tno mill
'     , i    ' _ ,       John  nud   tort ( ra niln,    ',.(.,  Hurt ' ef  lhe east   from     u  post     mur'-cd   Krunk   Pil'-':
intends lo apply    for   permission  to   Hftl(wily  ,.iv,;. poB(  „„,,.,v,,| Xr.  s ,v ,,,, „,„.,.h wost oornerM)lanto„ on flrand Pra.?lo
purchaso     the     [ollowlng    described   nor, thonco mi ohalna oust; then ibout M und Pouee Coupe wagon road und aiout 1.
lands:    Commencing at a post plant-   clmins soutli  lo Hallwnj   river; th imaa miles  north  west  from  aouth  wcsl, n.d   of
; ,.,| ,,„ ih,. so ne  bank of  Hallwav    liver ab-    dering said  river  in n westerly direction  up Swan    or    Sucker     lake,   ihenee  sn  chailis
Ion;  one mile  westerly  Irom Junction  ol Cy-   stream  io  n   point   about   mi  ohnlns   Btutfi south:    tionoe    80 chains east;  thenci   SO
press Creek  and  Hallway   Itiver,    ihcnce nil'    "'  Initial  posi;   thenco  mi chains north   lo chains north; thenee an clmins west io point
point ol commencement,   containing b<10 ac- of commencement, containing lilu .'res more
mure or lessl or less.     Post  marked  J.H.  \ W  i orner
so    chnllis    soi
mil
thence  meandering   ;-,
eaeterly direction  lo
with Iinlfwav   rlvcr, I
way   river  ui un
rection to pn,:.1 o!
in,. 181) acre. nee.
J.M    N\
to Cypress Creek,
id creek iii ii nortii
unction of sail creek
.- '.ce meondorlng Ii.-ilf-
n a north westerly di-
.: icncumont, contain,
ii  less.    Post marked
Soptomber 17, inn
AI.I.'.AN'Dl.lt   CltOMIE
October 8,   1910.
JENNIE BEATON.
Septi
PKACK  HIVE).  LAND  DIVISION. PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
,,,.,    , ,,    ., District ot Carilioo.
,,,,.,,      ,i     ,    ,  ',,..,'r   "!',!:,          ,  ,..,. TAKE  notice that   Robert  Neilson  ol Van-
FAMBB MCLAUGHLIN.      u^nZ '^ n^! it,   W/S S«^'XrWt
'■""'                                       perm ss on  to  purchnso tho  lollowing    n.-s- ,..„„,,, |.nd8.   (■„„„„,,„,;„.- .„ -  |JI)st pB]ant.
•tel"  I ANn nrvt-rnvi    '''i""-','1   "i          ',"" Vf "i" '"'s   " " ed  A miles  north    and  2  miles west   Iron
IK  '       "ll,l'„ "^"     i                               "        ',",'lri..,io;'i"   ""n       ""'',B  T1         " J'""''1"" "'  0»l,ress Creek  with    Halfwav ri-
,. i'     & rS^'Ti r P ? s r ¥™ojViTs e^^i^:i^v;t.lot
lowm     descilbed lands:  Commencing  nnd about 3j  miles N.W.  from nortii chains south; thoneo 80 chains east to point
,, .     .       ....-I        n1_n-.-_.-l        It'     —ll„-         4 4      ...__i     I    .,f    s'., ,  ,,    „r    -,,,.„,,,.    l___     Ihi.tierNll      -f   . - ...... ;..:     .....	
ore
 **      *"."..-.       4...'44.4,4^.,_.4,ft 44111,    -.14,4111.      .»4        .111.4...       14.,,.       1, , . .44      ,.444... CI1U1IIS     SOUlll;      IlletlCC    Ml     I'll Tl 1 OS     ''USE      lO     |10l
■st    planted    lj'  miles    south W0B> 01|d ol Swan or Sucker lake, thonoe 80 of commencement, containing 040 ncres nu
miles    west    from     Hixtysix _,-,all,s cost: thj>noo 40 ch.ins south;  thenco or less.    Post marked R.N. SB cornor,
ii i     .     ,      „ *   ii- i    i                ... Ho chains weBt   thenoe   lu chains north   lo                                       KHIIFi;'.   M-'ll SnN
Mile   post,    established     on      Police po|n,    „,   commencement,     containing   320      September 23   1910                  Nl_l_,-.0«.
Irall between   hurt Sl.  John and  Kort  Crn- ncros  moro or  less.     Posi   marked   K.W.  N
I .in.  I).C, said  post  being nboul  one   milo w corner.                       WILLIAM   WILSON.                PKACK  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION,
south  from   tho   Halfway  river,   thenco    80 October 7,  l'.iln.                                                                 District oi Cnriboo.
rhiilus south, thonoo mi enains west:  Ihenee ——      t.aki. notice that Fannie Cromie of Vnn-
_    '.   .'.("..'.'m,, i..,,'".'.         mil    -h,-   '" PEACE  KIVKK  I AND  DIVISION, couver.  B.C.,  spinster,  Intenda  to npply  for
.nor. ,       1       P  :,   market   P ■   m"S Dlatrlc< "' °»r»>°°" l-™is.lon  to  purohase the  following    des;
ciimei                     i'l TKK   M ,c \   I c. ;KI" T.KE notice   that     Edward   llowvll.s,    ot erlbod lands:   CommencinR al * post plant
!    , , ,       i-     ,,,,, u.n .ii.oi.-. i r.,..       Vnnnnni     PC      -   .11...    i„, ,.„iu '"d on tiie north bnnk of Hallway   Kiver ali-
"i'"'"'"'1   y'   l^i-,  foi   il. imis'sioi   iii un'e'i s   tl,   f ii     i.     '(« '""  20 ol,ain» south  ol Co-Mile  post  on the
PEACE  KIVKK  LAND  DIVISION.   ~ ■.'■■':   anils:   Commeneing „    nUpo.t plant- Nortlr  W,,t ^onnttKL   Poto trail.^post
Dislrict ol Carilioo.
I'AKE notico that William  Henry Stevens    20th  base  1
iiver. II.C. teamster, Intends in ap-   °.'"  " miles
ros8es   Bear  rivor  "ind    ab-   ""r1""   tl"'n<'''  ™ ''":llns  we8t;   !l1"
north   Irom   nortii  wesi  end  of   80 ''".'".* south to the Halfway riv
i-..-i,..ii    i."  11    mei'-iideripe  said  rivor down  strc-i
thenco
m   in    nn
for  pen-Won" to     , chase",he   folow- Swnn   or  Seeker   Lake,   post   marked    K. II. meandering  said   river  down   stream   in    nn
i  ....a   ii     i       ,. . .   ""om- v 1,- ,,,,.,,„,.    ,i,,,.,,.„  so ,.!,,,;, ,_„.,,,, .     ,],..-. easterly direc ion  to  point  of commi nci .nci'l
described  lands:   Commeacing at a   post N '• corner,   tno  su Chains west,     tlicnce ■         ,„„„.  ne   l..«-       i'nsi
id   1   i •  north  from  junction  ol Cy- '"'  Ohalns   south:     tiience   so  elmins    ensl: ™V    MeM"   s 1   ,, .,,,
. Creek nnd      [way    river, about    ',- t.fneo    M.    chains    norlh  to 1'oint ot com- "">rk"d f-1-■ s''  l0"11'', -
mirth Irom 72-Mll_ nnii  on  tin- Win!, mencement,  containing  Cln  acres   more   or      ,,   .     .      ..   ,„,..    I;"MI" ua'-iu..
EDWARD   lltnVKI.I.S.
north  from  72-Mile posi   on   tin- North
■ Mounted   Poliee truil, between Port St.    ''",'
ii and    Kort    Oraham,  H.C.   north   ol      October 7,-I'.ilo.
Iwny     river,      tlicnce   So  chains  north :
■ ■   RO chains west;      thence    Hii   chaias             PKACK  IUVER  LAND  DIVISION
Ih:  thenco  mo chains enst  to  point     of liistrict ol Cariboo "'   ' on..., ...... .,,,,,,,-u ..-.mm, i,.,.,..,.
a.ciiieni,   containing  640  acres    more      TAKE     notico     tlmt ' Clare'nco Copelnud   '" apply for permission to purohase the lol-
''     u  " '     v  '        ■    ■ ,'s'iiin     lowing described  lands:     Commencing nt   a
September 16,   i'.Hu.
PKACK  KIVKK  I.AND  DIVISION.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKK  notiee   thai   Ethel   Jean   MacAulay.
of Vancouver, H.C, married woman, intends
,, -   i   ,v-,, 4.    eri  ' vh''-      nonce      ne
"-   •        tost    marKCO     W.II.S.    S.  I",    corner.      ThmmtHlin      if    V-eiCn Hi -      1'      C iwwing    nisi i nun    uniui..        , uiiiiii.m..iiii^    .,4     14
WILLIAM   HENRY  STEVENS.      Intends to apply,lor pcrmlsslon"to puro-as- D0s1   Planted  on  the  north  bunk  ol   linlf-
September 22, lillO,                              ,1,,, |0n0W|JJg described  lands;   Convmon_ng way river, ahout J-mile south of G4-
iiacK^vi.i.TA^iriiiTTsl."^-"'" i;*,^ i?;sl. ';!:;";"' .'' ,;,iji1. W«f ™l ','„';: ««• P?et on the North West Mpunt-
iiisirici of Carilioo                                  ?f      ,.            , •     "           ,,       . cd Police trail between Fort St. John
TAKE  i.oiic-   tlmt   Willinm   Crlfflths,    of   „ne , (1i "eel Irom _'post^marked   Fran- nn(1 Fort Graham, H.  C,  thence   f,0
Vnncouver. n.C. accountant. Intends to nu-   Begg's north west corner, planled on Orand chains     north;     thence     about     SO
"""I'li'id"-    .',!ISi..i.«   Prairie and Pou,e Coupo wagon road, end chains     east     to    Halfway     River;
h.  M.i'nli  bnnk  ol  Ilalfwny  ri-   :i'   lniles  wost  fri""   tlu'  n"rth    west ""''»'''  meandorlng  snid  river up  stream  in
ind   of    Swnn    or   Sucker  lnke,   thonce    no a   westerly  direction   to  point of conunence-
theaco SO chains west;  ihenee ment, containing    _20    acres     ore or less.
I1"
icc soulh bnnk ol Ilalfwny ri-
ralle south from 00-mlle post
- '.rail, between Kort St. .lohn
H.C.   thine
north;   thence   RO  clinins cast    to   Post  marked K..1.M. SW corner.
Int  of oommoncement,  contnining .J.i  F.TIIKI, JEAN MaoAITLAY.
llains   west;    tiience   aboi'l      l'"'"   "■   """--■""""""■   ■ "","","'",»•,,,'''",.",', _ ,.'"",„
res moro or iess.    Post marked C.C.T. - K      September  IB,  101
lo   Halfway   river:    then
river down   stream   in    ab
io polnl of commencement
ic.es   more  or   less.      Post
.'.  corner.
WILLIAM  CltlKKlTIIS.
I :i 11
I'KAi I-
TAKK noti
mors, n( Vm
lo applv for
lowing dcscril
posi   planted
post,  established
Vi
Kit   LANli  DIVISION.
• ol Cnriboo.
' Thomas Stevenson So
it. li i'., maaager,  intend
on  in purchase Hie loi
Commencing at   i.   .     .    ,     .  ,  ,.
Hu    outh  bnnk of   Half    "-,1 M"'"'    ,'   "'
1-mlli    outh  from  Ofl-mlle   '!'."} ,""1 .-F""  '",J,!'
Pnlloa   trail    betwi     Unlfwn.   river, post  n
Cl tl.'CM-  CIKIAM)  THOMPSON. PEACE  KIVKK  I.AND  DIVISION.
(,,., a   ,. s    y\\o District  of Cariboo.
-_.__.__' ! ,  TAKK  nolice  that   Alexander   '.ollett.   oi
, ,       ,,,,  ,  ,. Vaneouver,   H.C,  superintendent,  ii.:ii:ds  lo
PEACE  RIVER 1 AND  DIVISION. .,|.,.lv  for  permission  to  purohaso  lho    fol-
Dlstrlct of Caribou. lowing  descrihed   lnnds:    Comratnehg  ".t    a
of post   planted   on   Ihe   norlh   hank   .if    ll-ilf-
,,  np. way   river  al   (10 Mile  i.osl   on    Norlh    Wesi
,    folliev- Mounted  Police   trail,  between  Port
bed lands:   Commencing at n post st,   John  nnd Fort  Graham,    B.  C,
it ehnins nortl   and two milesiwest J)()sl marked  AK   gHi cor   thonce 80
"           .. J, chains  north:  tbencc so chains   .i.st;  thinco
I'AKK noli
thnt Jamos Wilson Nlvcn
. iiccountniil, into
etwenn  Kort Si.
I'lli of  It
cililins    iiuiin,    laieie'-    ""   ' iniiiis    ...-.-I,    ii-i
sn chains sunt* to   Halfwav   river;     tin
N   S Weor-   mennderlng  said  river dov u  strenm    ii   nn
.,,,   tnstrrly  direction to point ot coiiinv 'i."tllelit
;, ■" -"' '     "'   riiiiee   irau     Detwecu •--:             ,       .        .,,,„.,   .,, uisterlv  inreciion  io poini  oi  comiir'e-miu
<"•' Sl.    John   and    Port Oraham,  H.O., ""•.    """'r ,,"" ">™'\ """'" .,.""•;;,... containing 0-10 acres morc or less.
thenoe s"    ehalns south'    H c  RO chains ,'ll,""s ,n8tl  ' l"'"1      . onalna sout '•  ''  '' ALI.WNIH.K KKLI.KTT
wti ! '"" al ',,1 oliains north io Half- s" * «« ]""<   "' nolnt of commencement, ^^ ,,,   ^XANDCR
■ »"   ■ i«e.i,.,i,  direcnon   to .point  uf s,.r,.,„,„. n;   |ij|0 PEACE RIVER I.AND DIVISION.
'.'' "'"" I...    eual iiuin-    all"    acres     imuv n:..,,.|„.   ,,f   i',,,.;i,.„,
dircctio
i'l lillil
"   Posi  mnrked  T.S.S.  N  W  not....
THOMAS   STEVENSON   SOMKitS.
iher  17.   Iiiin.
II"..   I'J.
Dislrict of Car
PEACE  RIVER  t,AUn   isms. TAKE  notice that   Margaiol   -Valiim    .
in •, ,.i „i p_.i_nn Loudon.   England,  in,irried womnn,    irlencl
I'lMTlll     (It     I   illlMUU. i . ■ i . L        .*    '
to apply for pormisslon lo purchaso th" Io'
'ISIO
— '   TAKK notice th.it Ridley (
of  Van-
■I.AKl-, notico tn.it iddiev uroinlo oi tan- |ovvilltr described lands: Commencing at a
.'iv,.-. Ii.c. spinster, iniends to apply for .,--, p|ftntod :i miles east trom a ptlnt on
irmlsslon   to  purchnse  tho  following    des-   l|.,u„.,v   ,-iv,.,-,   „bout   20  ehalns   st.t.th    oi
PRACE KIVKK  	
TAKP  ,   ii?!*..11. "! 1V'ri,'!',",'i       ,   v i       l.sl"on   '''  l""v     '   '       " ""' ''' 'il   ■-...:■ '
',,'"'•;  ";"   Jamas  Mills,  ol   Van- ,.,ii,,.|  lain!":   Commenolng al a  post  plnnt-   ,•„, mi|„  |1(,s,   -„  \t,,th  ffMt   Mounted    Po
..' '   '   ,■ 'orcmnn. Intends to applj  for ,,| nbout   10    ohnlns    north aad 80 chains   ,  n,in ,„,|UVIM F,„.t st. John and   Fort
" ,  "   ouieh:,,'.  ih,.   lollowing     di ,. .,   0 Mile   post,   ostabllshod    on    lhe  arabim    B,c„     u,,.,,,,    sn   ,.,,,[,,  south :
. ',   ',„ .''":   (n, menclng nt n post pin • North  IVi I   M I   police  ind.   between   ,,„,,„,.    gl, ,.|wiMS „,.,.    „„,„,,,, s„   c!lnlna
■-t   Hies   soulh   and   one   ,. i.le   east      ,,„., p,,,,    s,.   ,,„,„,     .,,„,      ,,„,,   ,;„,,„,„     I ■<■.   „or„,;   ,]„.,„,.   S0   chains   easl    I.,    point     of
Nile post   ostabllshod on the  Polioo trnll „„;.,i, 0|  ftnllwny  rlvcr,  posi  mnrked H.C.  commencoment.  containing  (M0  neres   moro
•att.18.art, vjst.     W-s. an-*-F-ag-g*"-
PHAGE  KlVllli  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol C/vrlboo.
'PAKE notico tlmt JameB Canipbcll, nf
Vnncouver, B.C.. manager, IntendH to apply
for permission to purchase tho followini_r (Uk-
cribed lands! (.ommenelng nt a [-oat planted about .t miles north and 2 milos \'';;t
from Junction of Cypres.! Creel, i.nd llnlfwnv river, near 7(_ mile post estabHshod on
tho North West Houptod Police trail, L.i -
twocn l-'ort st. John and Kort Grahan., H.
C, post mackod -I.e. s W corner, thonco
hii chains north; thenoo N" ohalns enst ;
thenco 80 clmins south; thenco sn chains
v. est to point of oommenoemont, eontaining
G 10 ncres more or less.
JAMES  CAMPBELL.
Sciitcmber 22,   1910.
PEAOE RIVEH LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice tlmt Roderick James CMs-
holm. of Vnncouver, II.C, teamster, Intends
to apply for permission to purcliase the following described lands: Cuniruencin.. nt n
post planted 1 mile north from junction of
'.'ypress Creek nnd Halfway river, pud \-
milo north from 7'2-Mile po.^l on the North
West Mounted Police trail between I cft St.
John and Kort (lrnlmni, H.C, north of
Hnlfwny rher. post marked ft.J.C. SW
corner, thenee SU chains nortli; thence SO
chains ensl; thence .SU ehnins ..outh; thence,
Mt chains wi st to point of commoncemont,
containing (V_0 acres more or less.
RODERICK   JAMES  CHISHOLM.
September 22,   1910.
PEACE  KIVKK  LAND  DIVISION.
District  of Cnrihoo.
'I'AKK notice lhat Maurice Free of Vnncouver. H.C, purser, intends to npply for
permissbn io purchase the following «! s-
cribed lands: Oommenplng: .at a ,^ost planted -11 miles south' from liti _\ii!t- ;o-t i.,:>!i-
Ushed on Police trail oetv.-."i Knit St.
John and Fort Qraham, ll.C, ; nd I n lies
south of the Halfway river, .Vn:v - r ; ,ns
cast; thence .Sit chains north; r :ice Sit
ehnins west; thenee Sit clmins F,0Ut)l lo point
of commencement, containing M0 ceres more
or less.    Post marked M.F. S I. enrner.
MAI'KICK   FKF.K.
September 20,  1910.
PKACK  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Neil Mclvor of Prince
Rupert, V..C, time-keeper, intends to npply
for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 6 miles east and 2\ miles south
from a point on nortli hank of Halfway river, ..bout 20 chains south of GO-Mile post
established on North West Mounted Police
trail, between Kort St. John nnd Fort
Oraham, B.C., thence SO chains south ;
thenee ahout 20 chains west to Halfway
river; thence meandering said river up
strenm in a north westerly direction to a
point about HO chains west, of initial post;
thenee SO ehains east to point of commencement, containing 480 acres moro or less.
Post marked N.1YI. N.E. corner.
NEIL McIVOR.
September 21.   HMO.
PEACE  KIVKK   LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that John Gntliff of Vaneouver, H.C, teamster, intends to apply
ior permission to purchnse the following
described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted on the south hank of Halfway river, about 2 mites west from (.(''-Mile post
established on North West Mounted Police
trnil between Fort St. John nnd Fort Qrar
ham, H.C, thence SO ehnins south; thence
so chains* west: thence about So chains
north to Halfway river; thence
meandering saiii river down stream
in on easterly direction to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less. Post marked J. G. N.
E. corner. JOHN GATLIFF.
September  17.  1910.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Ernest Evans, of Van-
COUVer, ll.C, gentleman, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lunds: CommencWlg at a post planted 2} miles south from 60-Mlle post e.itai.-
lished on Police trail, between Kort St.
Johu nnd Fort Graham, B.C. about two
miles south of the Halfway river, theuee
Sn chains west; thenee so ebaius north;
thenco sn chains .ast; thenco sn chains
soulh to poim of oommoncement, containing tilo ncres more or lossrf Post marked
K.V.  S F, corner.
ERNEST EVANS.
September   17,   101Q.
I'l-ll H l    Ul     > ...I'll.-HJ •
TAKK notiee that Carl Fuleher ol Vaneouver, ll.C, Jeweller, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following des-
orib.d lauds: Commencing at a post plauted on west bank of Hear river, where tin.
2nth base Hue crosses said river and about
0 miles nurth from north west, end of Swnn
io' Siick'er Lake, post markod CF. N I. coruer, thence so clnuiis West; theaee HU chains
fc.ou.th; thence about sn clmins east to Hear
river; thenoe meandering said river down
stream in a northerly direction to
point of oommonoement, contnining 040 ucres more or less, CARL FL'LCHKR.
Ootobor 7,   l'JIO.
PKACK  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Daniel Francis Lee, of
Vancouver, H.C, tailor, intends to apply for
permission to purohase the following described lands: Commencing at a post plnnted 1 mile west nud I mile south fro_.t t.
point wiiere the 2iu). base line i:ros..(,s Hour
river, about .. miles north from noun west
cud of Sv.an or Sucker lak", post marked
D.F.L. N K coiner, tlnmcu 80 chains south;
llience Sn chuins west; thenee So ehnins
north; thenoe so chains east to point of
commencement, containing 040 ncres moro
ur less. DANIEL FRANCIS  LEE.
Octobor 7,   I'.ilo.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION,
District of Cariboo,
TAKK notice that William Henry Reynolds of Orand Prairie, Alta., rancher, intends to upply for iiermission to purehnso
the following described -lands: Commenolng
at a post planted on south shoru of Swan
or Sinker Lake ut north easl corner of
William Henry Reynolds' pre-emption, nbout
* mllea south of the, 20th base line, nnd
I'enee Kiver block emwyed by tbe Pro-
. ,!iiv of H.C lo the Dominion Government,
post mnrked W.H.K. NW aoMOTI thenee-bt
chains  soutli;   thence  40  ehains  eust:   thence
40 chains nortli; thence about 15
chains west to Swan or Sucker Lake,
thence meanderitiK said Jake shore in
a westerly direction to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
WILLIAM  HENRY  RKVNOLDS.
October 8,   l.On.
PKACK  KIVKK  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Henry Albin, of Vancouver, ll.C., teamBtor, intends lo apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post plnnted •")£ miles south and one mile east from
60-Mile post, established on Police trail between Fort St. Johu and Fort (Jrnham, H.
Ci and aoout '> miles south of the Halfway River, thence sn chains east; tlicnce Hn
chains north; thi nee Sit chains west; thenee
SO chains south to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less. Port
nmrked II.A. S W corner.
HENRY  ALBIN.
September 20,  I'.Hn.
PKACK KIVKK LAND. DIVISION" '
District of Curiboo.
TAKF' notice that Oeorge Walter, of Vancouver, H.C. manager, intends lo i.pply for
permission to purcliase the following described lands: Commencing at n post pointed a I miles south from OO-Mile post established on Police trail, between Fort St.
John and Fort, Oraham, H.C, the Raid post
is about 5 miles south of the .tulfwuy river, thenee 8o chains east; thenoe SO elmins
south; thence So ehains west; thence SO
chains north to point of commonooment,
containing 640 acres morc or less. Post
marked O.W. N W corner.
GEORGE WALTER.
_ September 20,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Christopher Shan-
ger, of Ernmcttsburg, Iowa, U.S.A.,
railroad agent, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands; Commencing at a
post planted 5 miles east and jf-mile
north from a point ou Halfway river, about 20 chains south of GO-Mile post on the
Northwest Mounted Police trail between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.C.,
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains
west; thence SO chair? south; thence Su
chains east to point oi commencement, containing 040 acres mor or less. Post marked C.S. S.E. corner,
CHRISTOPHER  SHANGER.
September 21,   l!Hu.
PEACK KIVKK LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice tbat Wilfred Johnstone, of
Loudon, Eng., merchant, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted M miles east from a point on Halfway
Kiver, nbout 20 ehains south of 00-MHe
post on North West Mounted Police trail,
between Fort St. John and Fort Oraham.
l\.V., thence Hu chains north; thence SO
eliains east; thence so chains south: thence
80 chains west to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres moro or less. Post
marked  W.J.  S W corner.
WILFRED JOHNSTONE.
• September 21,  1910. 	
PKACK   HIVKK   LAND   DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Frederick Crone of \ an-
couver, H.C, manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands; Commencing at a post planted I mile north nnd 1 mile east from a
point on Halfway river at 60-MIlo post ou
North West Mounted Poliee trail between
Kort St. John nud Fori Graham, B.C.,
thenci sn ehains east; thence so chains
south; thence no ehnins west; thence SO
ehnins north to point of commencement,
eon Lain ing 040 acres more or less. Post
marked  F.C.  N W corner.
FREDERICK  CRONE.
September 10, HMO.
-"I  -  iiiurs soutu   iroin   ine   iiiuumiv    _.,(  rh.iias  onst ;    tnence    ou  colitis    lortn ; ,   .
^o  hu-ohaim.  fiaat;    thence    HO   u 8Q     hi t    t()        jnt   ()f   ner MAR
i mi   thence sn,hulns west:  tbeace contnining   04H   acres   mere      s"ll1,,|llhl'r J"-   '"'
s south   lo  nalM   of commencement. [^ RIDLEV   CUOMIK
cnlemhcr  I'''.   IDI<\
Uth lo point of com mencement
lining bin acres more or loss. Post
"-I  J.M.   S W corner.
JAMES   MILLS,
member  IT,   I'.Ho.
PEACE  KIVKK LAND  DIVISION.
District  of Cariboo.
PEACE   KIVER  LAND  DIVISION. TAKK notice that   Alexander  K, ss  Kraser.
Distriot  ol Cariboo °f  Vnncouver,   H.C.  accountant,  .ntends   to
.•K...-I.  IUVI.lt LAND DIVISION.              TAKB notico that    ..t.,Ur  .oK_,  ot   Van* tt'MSd-}^0 (g£_T-C -,K
Dint rid ol Cariboo.                       couvor,  B.C., Janitor,  Intonda to apply   lor ,|.,„,,.,i  v   miles noutli  nml  ono   milo
.TAKR nol  thai Torkol l.bs_i_g of Bo-e.    permission  to nurohi  tho lollowing    dos- l'°f'   '»"> °SAL™ ™. X,l_-1, on0°„ '..
°   . tanner, InlondB to apply Ior pormls-• orlbod lands:   Comm-ndng at a post plnnt- :"/'%,,      iC st   Joh   and  Po?t
"     to    purohn-o  lho  lollowing doscrll id   I    mllos north Irom a point  on   Half- ('1',»""'   "^''''n    ",'' ; [;,.'[',,'"', ' ',,
'Is:   Con monolng at n poBl  pTnnled   „vu   way   rivor.  nbout   2n ohalna south  ol   en- ''"'»"..  B.( ;.'"•'    "  ',"'","...."m,  ,.
>"«|   i_-l and  I, mllos south from a polnl    Milo pool on Northwest  Mouniod Pollen trnil ' ;llh,v;lv nVl'''    "" ",Z    I    .1   i,',.'   .   '   ■
"   i"" north bnnk of  Ilnllwny  rivor, about   liulw    Porl   St.   .lohn  and  h'orl  llrahnm, ',   l'1"""';    M,'"!-'.     ",.'V ,'  , '■'   '\,     ',,'
'ImlUH soutl, ol nn Mil,, post, oslnlillnhtd   H.C, past  mnrkod  A.I'.  H W oornor, thonco ll1''""' N'    '''"''."",„, '    :'„, '".„ . '"' „ ',, '" ,.
',"   I'ollco irall botwo f0rl St. .loin   and   Ml ohalns  uorth:    thonoo  HU oh| i   onst:     °«"™t, .■onto in'■'.;■"•".''<•   " »':   '"
''"" tlrnham,  ll.C, post markod T.U.  Kill   thenoo So  clinlu; south:  th.nco   sn   chaias '»"•    l'osl  "<»;<l' ',Vi'i( 1'iiss V'li"Sl'Mi
",|;"|. thonoo nii chains south:  Ihoi    su   wost to polnl ol oommonoomont, oontalnlng „   ,    ,     ,,'/.  ,„,,''"              1tAa-.1t.
'"'■'"s west; thonoo nn chains north: thonon   0.0 noros moro or less. aoptombcr .n. i»i".	
H" ohnlns nisi, io point   nf commoncemont, AKTIU'lt PEOC.
 talnlng (Pin norcs moro or loss.                    Soptnmbor  III,  1010. PEACH IUVl.lt I.AND DIVISION.
T0K1-13-, llOSSINn,                    -      District ol Cnrlhoo.
h"|il-mlwr 21,  liiln.                     ..                      PEACE IlIVEIl I,WD DIVISION, TAKE notiee thnt Aloxnnder .lohn Denton
,,,,.,,„ _,.,.._ ,                      DisiHei uf Cariboo. ol   Vaiioouvor,   B.C.,  enrponter,  Intonds   to
l l.Al I, in v hit   .AND nrviaiON,             TAKE notico lhal   Ellon  Sutton ot   l.on- upply for pormisslon lo purchase tho lollow-
District of fnnboo.                      ,I„IK |.:„,,inM,|, splnstor, Intends to apply lor Ing dosorlbod lands:   Commonoing nt n post
■ \y, noiioe tlmi Si I Criiino of .'nn-   |,crralsslon  to  purohaso  tho lollowing    des- plnntod 6  miles south and ono  milo   west
1 '' ■ ».t., fnrmcr, intonds lo apply    lor   0rlbcd lands;   Commonoing nt"n post plain- irom where tho 20th hasp lino crosses Bear
'   iiiisson  to purchase tho lollbwmj!    dts- ,,.,| 3 m^m ,,.,s, Mlll|  |o mn„a norl|, j,.,,,,, n rivor nml :t miles noutli nnd one  mile cost
,  "i lanils:    Oommonolng at  n  postp'.tpl-   ,)0i„t  „„   n„|fw„v    r|vcr  about  20   elinlns from   n  post   mnrkod- Frnnk   Bogg s    norlh
!"'i   in olmlnB north of -0-M.il"   post  ,;„„t|, ll( oo-Mllo post, osinbllshod on Polioo west oornor,  plnntod oo  tho Grand  Pralrlo
■■'I'll on lho Polioo trail. Iiolw.on l-orl    tm|l, botweon Port  St. .lohn and fort lira- nnd   Pouee   Coupo  wngon   road   and    about
"in and  Port Craham, ll.( .. north of   |lftnl(   BiC     |10sl   ,,,.,rv,.,1   |.,s.   SE  corner, I. miles west  from north wost end of Sunn
, ,    ...     i1'', '"'",   ll,,',l'l-|■,l   Sl'   S |,;  r'"''l''1'    thenee   80   eliains   Moll li:   llienee    Sll    chains or   Suokor   l.ate,     llience    SO   elviins    west;
'I      f*',     ei|,||i4     .,,,i|   ,. ,   ..,,...,.     4,|     ,.,..!,,.. ...   .. .......       ,      ....      ., ,,.. .1..,,,,.,,      .11     ,.l,..ln.
PEACE  KIVKK  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislriel  ol Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that Thomas William Holland, of Vancouver, CO., real estate broker, intends to npply for iiermission to pureiiase tiie lollowing described binds: Commencing at a post iilanted 8J miles south
from wliere tho 20th Ivise line crosses Bear
river and ."',' miles south and 2 miles east
from a post marked Frank llt'tju's norlh
west corner planted on Grand Prnirie nnd
Pouee Coupo wagon rond, joining Willinm
Henry Reynold's preemption on south and
i.-miie Boulh of Swan or Sucker lake, post
marked T.W.1I. N W corner, tiience SO
chains easl: llience Sll eliains south; thonco
Sll clinins wcsl; Ihenee SO eliuins norlh l.o
point of oommoncoment, eontaining 6.0 acres  more or less.
THOMAS  Wil.1.1AM  1101.l.ANI).
October   8,    lillll.
Hull 	
"'"'''  H'1.  eliM|||H  north;      Ihoi
; ■.'■  thenco  sn ohalns soulh ;    thonco
'ains east to point ol commouoem at, iw
i ning (iln notes more or loss.
- SAMUEL CltOMTM
oop.-mbe.  io, .mio.
llience   Sll
th  ..
wost:    thonco 80 elmins south:    Ihonoo   ho   thenoo  so clmins .out'...      	
chains i ist  to point of oommonoomont, eon- onst; tlicnce sn     chains north to point   ot
September 20,  I'.un. oommonoomont, contninlnc (wo acres moro or
Sent..,'.    I'.lln.               .lames.   Peltry.ngenl. less.     Post  mnrked  A..1.11.  N E oornor.
taining r. In acres more or less. ALEXANDER JOHN  BEATON.
ELLEN SUTTON. October 8,  1910,
PEACE  KIVF.K   I.AND  DIVISION.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK notice thnl Arthur William .lewis
of Vancouver, B.C., manngeriintends to npplv lor permission to purohrreo the following dosorlbed lands: Commonoing nt a pom
planted a mil"S east and ;!} miles south
from mile post on on North west Mounted
Polico trail, between Fort St. .lolin and
Port Graham, B.C., thence 80 ehnins cast:
tlicnce nliout SO chains soulh to Hnlfwny
Kiver: llience moaaderlng said river up
strenm In a north westerly direction to a
point about 2n elmins soutli of Initial [>n_t:
thence 20 chains norlh to point of commencement, containing '100 neres morc or
less, l'ost mnrkod A.W.J. N.W. cornor.  ARTHUR WILLIAM   JKRVIS.
Sept. 2.1, l'JIO.
PEACE   KIVKK   LAND  DIVISION'.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that Oeorge Draper of Vancouver, K.r., teamster, intends to apply for
permission to purchase lhe following described lands: Commonoing at a lost planted I1, miles soatti and one mile \nst from
lili.Mile posi, established on North 'Vest
Mounted Police trail, and I mile south ol
Halfway river, tiunee sn ohalnB south:
llience 80 chains west: thenee ISO chains
nortli:   thenee   so  chains   ensl   to    point   of
commoncemonl ntnlning  b.o  acres   moro
or less.   Post marked G.I). N K t jrner.
GEORGE  Dll/.PElt.
Soptomber 17, l'.iln.
PKACK   KIVKK  LAND  DIVISION.-
District of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice thai John MeKende ol Vancouver, B.C., teamster, inieiuls lo apply ior
permission lo purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted -'i miles soulh from 11(1 Mile post established on Police troll between Fort St.
John and Fori Graham, B.C., and 2 miles
south of Halfway river, tiience Mi chuins
south: tltenee 80 chains eust: thenoo Sll
eliuins north: thenee 80 ehains vest to point
of commencement, containing 040 acrea
more or less. Post marked J.M. N W corner. JOHN  MucKKN .IE.
September 20,  I'.Hn.
PEACE  KIVKK LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKF. notiee Hint Roderick MoKoazle, ol
Vancouver. B. ('., malinger, intends to apply for iiermission to purchase tho following dosorlbod lands: Commencing nt a post
Iilanted I mile norlh from a point on Ilnllwny river nt 68-Mile post on North West
Mounted Polioo trnil, between Fort St.
John and Foil Grnhnm, II. ('., thenco 80
enains north; Ihenee 80 chains eust: thenco
SU chains south: thenee sn chains west to
point of commencement, containing 6.0 neres moro or less. I'ost mnrked R.M. S W
corner. RODE1UCK MacKBNZIE.
September 10,  1910, TAKF, nol.ee that Carl IV. Lac ol Helling.mm, Wis,i., mi-lmii.t, Inteuos to applj
lor permission io purchase the lollowiag hob-
oi'tbed lanus; Commencing at a poal plnnled il iii.les north Irom n poino on tno Hallway river about H2 miles down si ream iroin
ine mouth ol Cy,.i'ess Creel., thence lioiltll
hn ehnins; tliouco Wosl SU chains; tnence
norlh sn eliuins; ilmni'i onsl to ohalns to
poinl ul commencement, containing' " 'U
ioros mure oi  I OS.. CARL W.  RICE.
Sept'.  211,   I'.n". James   Peltry,  agent
'I'AKK notice Hint Joan Samuel Rotli
ol apnnglieid Oniu, occupation Farmer,
tends io appiy ior permission lo puioii
mo following de.3-.ib.il lanus: i omnienJ
at a (jobi pianlod s miles Nortn ii'um
polh. on tue liaii.vay River about IU ,...
iiow.istivuni Irom tne inoulii ol i'<-'-
i reen. tnouco hortn so cualus; tm nci a
,-" ..ittins; tnence South oo chains ;thei
Eust sn ohains 1.1 poiut ol cuinmcnccii.
.mil lontaiiiiiig  ii-1" acres more or less.
JOHN   SAMI EL  RO. llEa
Sept. 27.   1* lu. James I'ettry.  i gi
TAKE noiice thai Cyril Lewollla, ol Vancouver B. I. occ.i, aleni llr.incnian, intotius
io .pply Ior permission to purchaso ttie
lullowia. de.scrinc.l lauds; Commenolng at a
post planted l_ miles Nortli Irom a point
mi ihe llnliway Rher aboul 34 miles uown
stream Irom lie moutn ol 'Cypress OreeK,
inciice Norm ,su I'hninB: thunco West mi
in.-..as; uiiiice Soulli ■'"' enaius; thonco Kast
■sn cnuins tn pun.: nl commencement ami
contnining (1 in ecu    more or less,
i ntlL  LEWELLIN.
Sc;.i. 2s.   I'.Hn. James  Pettry,  ngent.
PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Pence River.
TAKK notice that Charles Actor deal
ol Sau Jose CaL,occupation Butcher Iniends
io apply lor pormisslon to purohaso tue
following descriiicd lands: commencing at u
pust planted 8 miles North Irom a point on
Me llaliwat Rivor ahoui I" miles downstream Irom tlio moutli ol Cypress I reek
ihenee Suulh su ohains; tlicnce Eaat SO
eliains; llience North SO chains; Ihenee West
sn chains to polnl of commencement and
containing IMO acres more or less.
CHARLES   ACTOR   CI.KAL.
Sept.   211.   lllln. Jas.   Peltry.agenl.
PEACE  KIVKK   LAND  DISTRICT.
District  ot  Peace Kiver.
TAKE notice tlmt  l.eni  Riley ol Sodnlla,
Mo., hold keeper,  Intends to upply  lor iiermission  to  purohnse  the  lollowing described
lands;   Commonoing nl a pusi  plnnted
TAKE notioe that  Peter Duncan MoTuviah TAKE    notiee    that   Ml        "
ol  Vaneouver,  B.C,   broker,  intends  to   ap- Vancouver,   Hy    fisho.m-n    .   Ali'
ply   for   permission   to   purchase  the    follow- ply   lor  permUaton  to   i.u._h___U".is
ing described  lands:    ( uiiimenclng nt a post wig described lands:    c„ „
piunted  b miles north  Irom  n  point on  the planted  !l  miles  north  from       s "
Ilalfwny  Kiver about 34  miles down strenm Halfway Rivor   about 'IS  , n"   .°"
from   tne   month   ol   Cypross   Crook,     tinmen from   tue   mouth   of   0.i.rn__n    .*
soutli   80   chains;     thenee   west   hu    ehnins: north    SO    clmins-     i,            ' '''"' •
theuce   north   80   chuins;     theuee    east    SO ihenoo    south     h()' ohnlns.    'IT''  ,S"
chainsi to point ol commenoomont,   oontalu- elmins  lo  point  of oommo
Ing b.U aores more or less. |ng m .„.,,,.              "    '"
PETER  DUNCAN   McTAVISH (   „', ™?
.lunics  Pettry,   agont Sept.  'li, l'JIO.
Sopt.  'lb.  l'JIO.
W.lll.1.1'   ANDFi
Jumos ,•,,,,'
i
llnllwn
nules   north   I
river about ai miles uown sin-m  ir....
mouih of Cypross Crook,  thenci    aorth
eliains,   tiiciiee  cost   Su ohali B|   i'   noo    BOI
sn  clmins:   llience   west   80  ohalns   10   po
ot    cummciicemeiit,    i talnlng   Ml)    ao
moro or loss. L&Nl  KILE.
Sept.  21),   l»H). Janes  Pettry,   ;.p
PEACE  KIVKK  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ol Peaco Kiver.
TAKK   notice   that     Frank     Willliains   ol
Vanoouvor   B.   C.   occupation   tailor   Iniends
lo  apply  lur   pormisslon    to  purcliase  tho
following descili.cd lnnds: Commencing ni a
post   i.lantcd   12  miles North  from  a  point
on tho Halfway  River about  34  miles down
stream   from    the  mouth  ol  Cypress   1 reek,
thenee South    80     clinins: thenee   Wcsl   su
eliains; thenee North  SO chains;  thenee  East
8u  elmins   to   point   oi   commencement   and
eontaining Pin neres more or less.
FRANK  WILLIAMS.
Sept. 2s.   I'.Hn. James  Pettrv, agont.
TKACK KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKF. noticEc that William MeRae ol
Vancouver H. C. occupgtlon Baker, intends
to apply for iiermission to purohase the
lollowing descriiicd lauds: Comnieneing at a
post planted 12 miles Norlh from a point
on the Ilulfway River about :M miles down
strenm from the mouth of Cypress Creek,
thence South 8U clinins: thence East 80
eliains: tiience North so clinins; thenee West
80 chains to point of oommoncement and
containing 540 neres more or less.
WILLIAM  MoRAE.
Sept. 28,   1910. James  Pctlry.   agent
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  ol   I'eaee  Kiver.
TAKK  nu.ice   that   William   Mini.ml   Knnfl
of  Vanoouver   B.C.  occupation   Stock   HroKer
intends to apply (ol  permlBBlon to purcnaso
the   following   described   lands:   Commeacing
at n post  planted s    miles    North  from n
point on  tin   Hallway Rivor aboul   12 miles
downstream   Irom     tne    mouth   ol   Cypress
Creek,  tlicnce South SO ehnins;  theuce West
80   elmins:   tinner   North   81)   ehnins:   thence
Last  Su  ehnins  to  point   ol  commencement
and  containing  1)40 ncres more oi   lees.
WILLIAM SANFORD KNUFF.
Sepl   27.   HUH. James  Pettry,   agenl.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriot of 1'iaee Rivor,
TAKK notioe  thnt   \ loiot   Louise  Crool ill
of Vancouvi r H.  C. oooupatlon Menu.    ■   i.
Intonds to apply  lor permission  tu i il
tho   following   described   lands;   Cm:,-a..
at  n  post  planted tl    miles  North    Iro i n
point on tho Hallway Rivi r aboul   I-     Hi a
down  siream     from   tin   mouth    ol  Cypress
Creek   thonco  Norm   su ohalns;   thonci   West
so ohalns;   thoneo  So ith   HI chains:   Ihenco
Kisi   so  eliniiis   in   polnl   ol  0 immi nr. in. nt
nnd containing  I lo u ros more or less
\ 1ULET   1.1)1 ISE  CROOKALL.
Sopt.  27.   lillll. James  i'ettry,  agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of I'enee River.
TAKE notice tint William Falls of Young-
town, Ohio, occupation Hotel Manager, iu-
tonds to apply for permission to purchase
the following 'described lauds: Commencing
at a post piunted S miles North from a
point on the Hallway Kiver nliout 42 miles
downstream from the mouth of Cypress
Creek thenoo Smith 8U ehnins: thence Enst
80 clmins: thence North 80 chains: thenee
west 80 ehnins to point of oommoncement
nnd containing 040 acres more or less.
WILLIAM   FALLS.
Sept. 27.   I'.Hu. Janus Pettry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot ui Peace River,
TAKE nolice thai Jon lloe Ti vis. ol Seattle, Wash., Iniiiiiiiyin ui, iniends to nppiy
lor permission to purchase the [ollowing ues-
cribed lands: Commencing at a posi planted lit miles north f om a point on llle Ilnllwny river nboul 30 miles down stroam trom
the mouth of Cypress Creek, thonoe north
su   elmins;   thonce   V. st   81)   clinins;      tiience
.sunn,   sn  ehnins;   I   enst   hn  chains    lo
puint    of    commencement,  containing    04o
noros more or  less. JOB  ROE TEV1S.
Ootobor  ;),   11)10, .lames   Peltry,   agenl
PEACE RIVER LAND DIS'l'JtlCT.
Districl ol I'eaee Kiver.
TAKK uoi.ee that Miss Klla Louise Bont-
righl. nf Los .',..' ies, CaL, milliner, in-
: nds to npply li permission lo purchaso
tl following described Ian.Is: Commencing
ai a p06l planted 12 miles norm irom a
ji.ii.it on tho Hall'.'. ... Liver abo.it I- miles
down stream Irom lho mouth ol cypress
Creek, thonoe south SU eliains; thence west
su ennins. ttier,jo north so unains; ihenee
t ist su ohalns to point ol commencement,
eoniuining iMti acre*  mure or less.
KLLA  LOUISE HoAI'KlllllT.
October 3,   loin. Jamos   Peltry,  agent
PEACE, KIVER LAND DISTRIOT
District  of  Pence  River.
PEACE RIVER LAND |i[.Sp
District   of   p,..„.,.   |til|.
TAKE  notice    Hint     Karl   John   Frederick     TAKK  notice   Hint   Stan lev   n  n
Torell, ol Prince Rupert, ll.C., li.'P.p. Cou- Vanoouvor,  B.C.,  paii •, intend!
tractor,   intends  lo upply  for  permission  to ior pormissioil to purohaso li,  mi
purchase     the    lollowing     described    lands: cribnl  lands:     Commonoing at  ■"i
Commonoing    at     a    post planted (1 miles ud 'J miles nortii from n point on ,
north  from  u  point  on  the   Hallwuy   River wny   Rher,    nliout    38  mllos  now
about   34   miles   down   stream   Irom   mouth Irom   the   mouth   of    Cypress   Cre'i"
ol   Cypress   Creek,   thence   north   80   ehnins ; soutli   80    oliains:     thoiio.   west   811
Ihcnce     cast   Ml    chains;    thenee   south    Sll thenee    norlh     80  ohnlns;      thenc.
clmins:   theuee  west   80  chains   to   point    ol chains   to   point   ol  con.monccm._ni'
commencement,   containing   640   acres    more Ing (140 acres,mora or less,
'"' '0SB' STANLEY   11 M li
KARL   JOHN  FREDERICK TORELL. Sept.   Tl,   l'JIO. Jamog "",.."
Sopt,   ii.  i!)LO. Juines   Pettry,   ngent  .—, __
~"l' I. A7lTlHra.~\N [71) ISTR11' T~~ ,'l':Al,'!': IUVER UND WS™
District of  P 10  River. TAKF   notion  th,,?'  ?-.!?«-!.?,''
'I'AKK  notice thai   Alex.  Clirislorterson,   ol couver   II ('     .n.i'i 'i■     "■ '
Norlh    Vnncouver,   B.C.,   carpenter,    iniends ,,..,.,,,,,U„'   ,',,    ..'. '",,'.  ,'."
,o apply  for permission  to  purchnse tho fol- r;     u     ,,!"        l-i    P'ol°"
lowing   described   lands:    Coniii olng   ul    a ed   'I  miles  „uri '     "
post   planted   7   miles  north   from  a    point way  \,\u,r'     nhout SX   I'"!'     '!'',
on  lho Hnllway Kiver about  3(1    miles down >rom   ..     '„,,,,',,,,     , ',.    ™uos   • own
li I-
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  uf  I'eaee  River.
TAKF,  notice  that  Howard  Ford  of  Vancouver  II.  C.  occupation   Upholster,   intends
to  apply   for    iiermission   to     purcliase   the
following dosorlbod lands:  Commencing at a
post  plaatod   12  miles Nortii  from  a  puint
on  the Ilalfwny   River about ill  miles down
stream  from   tno  mouth  of    Cypress   Creek,
thenee   North   80    ennins;   thenee     Easl   sn
ehains;  tllonceSouth   su  chains;   thence  West
su  chains  to  point of  commencement,  contnining t'elu acresm ore or less.
HOWARD FORI).
Si.pt.2S.   1910. Jumcs  Pettry,   ngenl.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Alcv 11. Thiatison of
Vancouver B. C. occapatfoa Hotel Keeper,
Intonds to apply for permlBBlon to puroase
tho lollowing described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted lu miles Nortn Irom a
point on the Halfway River nliout S4 mites
down stream irom the moutii ot Cypress
Creek theuce Nortii Sn clinins; thonoe West
SU chains ; tbencc soutli Sll chains; llience
East Su ehains to point o'f commenooment
containing 1540 acres more or less.
ALEX  (I.  THIATISON.
Sept.  28.  1910. James Peltry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAN'll DISTRICT.
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Artnur Brazier, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation plumber, intends to
apply for iiermission to purchnse the lollowing described lands: Comnieneing at a post
plauted li miles North from a point on the
Halfway River about 42 miles downstream
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
South SU chains; llience East SU chains;
thence Nortii 80 chains; thence West SU
chains to point of commoncemont aad containing 040 acres more or less.
ARTHUR   BRAZIER.
Sepl.   27.   lllln. James   Pettry.agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that John William Stokes,
of Aveline, Texas, newspaper man, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 13 miles north from a point
on the Halfway river nbout 32 miles down
stream from the mouth of Cypress Creek,
thence south 80 ehnins; theuee wesi su
chuins; tiience north 80 chuins; thence east
sn chains to point of commencement, containing lilu acreB more or less.
JOHN   WILLIAM   STOKES.
Sept.   30,   I'.Hn. Jnmos   Pettry,   ngent
PKACK KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District of 1'iiice Kiver.
TAKB notice that Joseph Kipper, of San
Aiitoniu. 'lYxns. entile business, intend, lo
apply lor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing ut a post
planted 11 mllos nurth from a point on the
Hallway Rivor about 32 miles down stream
Irom the moutb of Cypress Creek, thence
nortii   so ehnins:      tiience  west   sn    chains :
thence soutli su chains: then ist 8(1 ohalns
to point of commencement,   containing  (111)
acres more or less.        JOSEPH   RIPPER.
Sept.   29,   l'.iln. James   Pctlry,   agenl
PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel nI Peace Kiver.
TAKE, notice that Charles Edwards, ol
Vancouver B. c. occupation Contractor, intends to npply for permission in purchase
the following descriiicd lunds: Commencing
at a post planled li miles North from a
point on the Iinlfwav Kiver about l_ miles
downstream from fie mouth nf Cypress
Creek, Ihcnce Nortli ,Sn elmins; tiiciiee' Enst
So eliuins: thence South so ehnins; thenee
West So clinins to the point of oommoncement und oontalnlng oln acres more or less
CHARLES  EDWARDS.
Sept.   2,.   I'.lln. ,|,im„s   ivttry,agent.
PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTRICI'.
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Mackenzie Urquhart, of
Vancouver ll.C. occupation Firmer, intends
to apply for permission lo purchase the
following described lands: Commencing al a
post idantcd s miles North from a point on
the Halfway Kiver about 42 miles downstream from the mouth of Cypress Creek
tlicnce North su clmins; thenoe Easl SU
chains: thence Soutli .su chains; theuee West
su chains to point of oommenoement, aud
eontaining lilu neres  more or less.
MACKENZIE   URQUHART.
Sept.  27.   miu. Jn s   Pettry.  agent.
PEACE. RIVKR LAND DISTRICT .
District of Pence Kiver.
TAKE notice that Frank Dcviii. of Sacramento, CaL, horseman, intends to apply for
permission to purohaso the following described lands: Commencing ut a post plnnted 211 miles S I. of the moutli of Cypresa
Creek .and 11 miles nortii of Ilnllwny river,
and 3J miles nortii ot Mile post 71, Police
trail, thence north su ehains; theuce east sn
chains; thence south sn chains: thenee WeBt
SU chains to point, of commencement, and
containing li-lu acres more or less.
FRANK   DKVIN.
Sept. 30,   lllln. Frank  Watson,  agent
PEACE IUVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Alois Louie Fischer, ol
Sau Francisco, CaL, shoe maker, intends lo
apply for permission to purclinsc the following described lands: Commencing ul n post
planted I miles nortii from u point oa the
Halfway river about 24 miles down stream
Irom the mouth of Cypress Creek, thonce
south Su chaias: thence west su chains ;
tlicnce norlh nn chuins; thenco onst su
chains to point of commencement, continuing bin acres more or less.
ALOIS   LOUIE  FISCHER.
October  4,   I'.lln. Jnmes   Pottry,   agent
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol  Pence  Kiver.
TAKK   notloo  thai   Samuel   E.   Casey,    of
Vancouver,  H.y., olerk hotel,  intends  io ap
ply   for  permission  to  puronaso  ttie  follow
ing described  lands:   Commenolng at a  post
plaaied  13 miles north from a point on tbe
Halfway  river about 311  miles down stream
from   t'le   mouth  of  Cypresa   Creek,     thenee
..until   su   enains;      tnouce  east   su   chains :
tnence  north   su chains;      tnence   west     .su
chaias io poim of oommoncoment,   eontaining  1.1" neres mora or loss.
SAMUEL   F.   CASEY.
October  3,   I'.HU. James   Pctlry,   agent
PKACK KIVKK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrlotl of Pence Kiver.
TAKK notice that Archibald Logan Denny,
of Seattlo, Wash., lawyer, intends to apply
for permission to purchaso the following uos-
enbed lunds: Commencing at a post planted Lt miles nortn from a point on the
Hallway river about 3(1 miles down stream
Irom tne mouth of Cypress CroeK, tnence
nortn sn chuins; thonco eust Su ehnins ;
tlicnce .south su ehnins; thenee west su
ohalns to point of commencement, containing bin ucres more ur less.
ARCHIBALD  LOGAN   DENNY.
October 'A.   loin. James  Pettry.  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District, of I'eaee Itiver.
TAKE notice that Charlie Rockvood, of
St. Joseph, Mo., wutermun, intends to apply for permission to purohase the following descriiicd lands: Commencing ut a post
plumed l:i miles north from a point on
the Hallway River, about 02 miles down
stream from the mouth of Cypress Creek,
thenee norlh su ehains: thence west Si)
chains; thence south So chains: thenee east
sn eliains to point of oommoncoment, con-
tuining lilu ucres more or less.
CHARLIE   ROCKVOOD.
Sept.   30,   I'.Hu. James   Peltry,   agent
I'EACE RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE notiee Hint Frank Louis Davis, ol
Pine BlulT. Ark., merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commonoing ut a post
planted 12 miles north from it point on the
Halfway river about -12 miles down stream
Irom the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
south Su chuins; thence enst Hu chuins ;
thence north SU ehnins; thonce wist su
clinins to point of commenooment, containing  040   acres   more  or   less.
FRANK   LOUIS   DAVIS.
October  3,   I'.ilu. James   Peltry,   agent
stream   from   tho   mouth   ol   Cypress   Creek,
thenee   south   !,U   chuins;     Ihenee    Wcsl
chuins;   ihenee   north   su  clmins;   thence  enst
SO  chains    to  the  point  ol  oommonoomont,
oontalnlng 640 aires more or less.
ALEX   CHRISTOFFKRSON.
Sept.  24,   1D10- James   Peltry,  ugent
from tne mouth nf typr
soulh sn eliuins : thonco cast' 8
thenee north 80 chain, ; ,,,,.,,,-,
elmins in pnim UI oommonoomont
ing 040 ucres  more or less.
,,„     . J'UIN   SMITH.
Sept.   22,   1910. .lames    Pell
PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTR1
Disirici of Peace River.
TAKK  notice   Hint   Donald   Neil   \|
ol Vanoouver, B.C.. brosor, Intonda i
lor    permission     to  purchnse  the   fi
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District  ot Peace Kiver.
TAKE  notice  that  Charles  Braid  Garland,
of  Vancouver,   B.C..  broker,  Intends   to   ap-
ily   lor   permission   lo   purchnse  the    lollow- .
mg  described  lands:  Comnieneing  at a   post «•«   ""'    «««!       t oinmeuci,;:
planted  4  miles north  iron, .•>  point on  the '        '  b., " !'s. J'"'1' ,'«"" «  I
Hallway   River nboul  40  miles down stream •'  tt' .   R \" •  "h".'11  <»  '■'■■'"'■
from   the   moutb   ot   Cypress   Creek,     Ihcnce °''   'n         '  >'. ot   < '•'>"'*   "
soulh   80   ehnins;   thenee   west   80    chains; X,  ,.   1,,   i-,i   fr  '"''
thence   nortl,     80  chuins;      thence   enst    8. ,         '    «>»«>     «u, <'l"""s;   th
chains  to  point oi oommonoement,   contain- ''""V.10 |,l"l,t  "'  °°mincnce-i
ing  b-10  acres  more or less. in-  >.40 noros  mora or less
CHARLES  BRAID GARLAND. _         ,.,.          DONALD  NEIL M
Sopt.   20.   19-U.              James   Peltry,   agont *'''"■  '"''   1JIIJ- jlnim .  I
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT PEACE  RIVER LAND DI ;
District ol Peace River, District of Poace  I:
TAKE notice thnt  Joseuh  C.   Mathers,  of 'I'AKE  notico    thai    Margai
Vancouver,   B.C.. clerk,  intends  to apply for Vancouver,   B.C.,   Btonogrnphi
permission   to  purchase  the  (ollowlng     des- apply  for  permission   to  pu •
cribed  lands:   Commonoing at  a  post  plant- lowing  described  land..:    Con
ed 4 miles north Iron, a   point on the Hall- post   planled   0   miles   north
way  River, about 4 miles down stream from on   the   Hnllway   Run-   and
the" moulh   of  Cypress   Creek,   thence    south down   slrcnm    from   the   nu,
80   chains;   theuce   east   80  chuins;    llience Creek,   thenco  aorth  80 cha
north   80  chains:   thenee  west   t>0  clinins    to SO  ehnins;   thonce   suutli   oo
point   of     commencement,    containing     040 easl   Su   chains   to   point   Ol
acres  more or less. containing o-io aores mon   0
.JOSEPH  C.  MATHERS. MAKGAHK'I
Sept.  26,   1910.           ■ James  Pettry.  ngent Sept.   2b.   IdiO.              Jam.'   I'
PEACE RIVF.R I.AND DISTRICT I'EACE  RIVER  LAND DISTII
District of  Peace  River. District   of   Pence   Ri
TAKE   notice   that   August   Oscar  of   Van-     TAKF.  notice   that   Fran1:'   ...
couver,   B.C.,  coopor,  intends  to  npply    lor 0I   Vanoouvor,   B.C..   lisheri.
permission   lo   purchase   tho   lollowing     des- npply   for   permission   lo   pi
orlbod  lands:   Commencing at a  post  plnnl- lowing described   lands:     Col
ed ti  miles nortli from a point on tho Hall- post  planted  9  miles  north  ol ■■.
wny      River     about  34   miles  down   stream the   Hallway   Rivor,   nboul   38
Irom   the   mouth  ot  Cypress   Creek,     theuee strenm   from   the   moutii   oi   Cypres
south   80  chains:     thence  cast    80   chaias; thenoo    north     80  chains-   Ihcnce
thence   north   80  chains;      thence    west    8. chaina:   thence  south   80  ehnins;   t'
chuins   to   point   ol  commencement,   contain- 80   chains   to   point   ol  oomnwnc n
ing 040 acres more or less. taining 040 acres mora or less.
AUGUST OSCAR. FRANCIS   JOSEPH
Sept,  24.   1910. James   Peltry,   agenl Sept.   22.   1910. Jumcs   Pelt
PEACE  RIVEK LAND  DISTRICT
District  ol   Peace   River.
TAKE notice that Moses Peter Vernon, nt
PEACE ltlVI.lt L\N|i OISTRIl
Dislrict  ol  l.e.ie River.
TAKK notice that  E_rn Garre
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notiee that K.Munro ol Vaneouver
II. C. occupation Broker, intends io apply
tor permission to purchiise the lollowing
described lands: Commencing ut a post
planted S miles North (rom a point on the
Halfway River about 12 miles down stream
Irom the moutli of Cypress Creek, thonco
North Su chains: tiience West so chains;
thenee South 80 eliuins; tlicnce Eust su
ohalnB to point of commencement and eontaining (i lu acres more or less.
R.   MLLVROE.
Sept. 27.   Itlln. James Pettry, agent.
PEACE KIVER LAND DISTRICI'
District of I'enee River.
TAKF, notiee thnl Joseph Godfrey Stndlor
ot Long Deuel,, Cnl., shoe dealer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Conimencing nt a post
planted I miles north from a point on the
Halfwav river aboul 21 miles down strenm
from tlic month of Cypress Creek, thence
north Sn eliuins : thenee cast su eliains ;
tlicnce south S'i clinins: tiience west su
ohains to poinl of commencement, containing Ol" neres more or less.
JOSEPH GODFREY STAPLED.
October   I,   I'.Hn. JnmoB   Pettrv.  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl  of  Peaco River.
TAKE notiee that Thomas Lynn ol Emeryville,  CaL,  uncling  Bait-man,  Intends   lo
»l    l  in- i ermlsslon to purohase the following described lands:   Commenolng at a pust
planted   13  miles  uor:r.  from  a  point  on tho
I! ill* iy   rlvcr   tboul   SB  miles  down   slreuin
Irom  im   mouth  uf  Cypresa Creek,    thonco
south  Ho   ihains:     thonco west 80   elmins;
thenci    north   su    elmins;    thonco east   80
chaius in point ol commenoomont,   conlnin
Ing  ii 10 ner, s more or less.
THOMAS   LYNN.
0. tuber 3,   I'.lln. Jnmes   Pctlry,   ngenl
PEACE KIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ol Pence River.
TAKE notiee that John V, Brew. r. ol
Wnrronsbcrg, Mo., liveryman, intends to npply for pi rmission to purchnse the lollowing described lunds: Comnieneing at a post
planted 12 miles north from a point oa tlle
llalfw.iy river about 12 miles down stream
from ti.e mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
norlh su chains; thence enst So clinins ;
thenco south SU chains; thenee west su
clinins to point of commencement, containing 040 ucres more or less.
JOHN   V.   BREWER.
October 3,   IDIO. Jumcs   Peltry,  agent
PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Pence/ Kiver.
TAKE notice tlmt John Mnsterson, of San
Francisco, CaL, saloon keeper, intends to
apply for permission to purclinsc the following described lands: Conimencing nt a
post planted Lt miles north from a point
on the Hnlfwny river about 32 miles down
stream Irom tbe mouth of Cypress Creek,
tiience north sn chains; thence east sn
ehains; tnence suuth sn chuins; thence west
su ehnins to point of commenoomont, containing Iil" neres  moro or  less.
JOHN   MASTEKSON.
Sept.   30,    I'.lln. James   I'ettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Pence Kiver.
TAKE notice ihat Williman Hnnnagon, ol
Los Angeles, CaL, horseman. Intonds to apply lor permission lo purohaso lho lollowing described Ian Is: I ommonolng nl a post
pli.nted Ll mllefl north from a point on
the Halfway river, about ;I2 miles down
stream   Irnm   lhe   month   ol  Cvpress    Creek,
thei    south      su   elmins;      then 1st     So
chains; theuee ninth su eliuins: thence west
su ohalns to point of commenoomont, continuing lilu neres more or less.
WILLIMAN   I1ANNAGAN.
Sept.   30,   I'.Hu. Jumcs   Petuy.   agent
,,    ,,,,    .        i  .     i     . i.\i\c.  note,,  i lai   r./ra   i aires
Vancouver,  B.C..  carpenter,   intends  to   up- Vancouver.   B.C..   broker   Intends
ply   for   permission   to   purchnse   the   follow- ,n|.       „liKsiu„  ,„       ,.,,,,. „,„     „
tag described lands:    Commencing nt. a post ,, ',  ,     .       ,■„',.„,.„, ,,,   ' ,
plantod  11  miles  nortii  of u  point  on    the „r,'".'.''   : '"",',_' '".'""" "^: '.'.', '  '
Hallwav   Itiver,  about   3s  miles down stream ™.^       ' V"r"   '. ',"" i'   <T     '"
iron,   the   mouth   of   Cypress   Creek.     Ihenco ; *,           ' I" ' f« .»»I;'»..'' »»■"    :
north    80 elmins:    Ihcnce    west 80 chains ; L,    ,. '                M'        ,   4',    ', '
Ihcnce     south   80    chains;     Ihenee  easl   80 ,.,./,,   J,,',,',,u''           ,   '_!!'
ehains  10  poim  ol commenoomont,   contain-      '       w 'limns;   tnen ist  80
ing 040 acres more or less. fio Lri mora Z72
MOSES   PETER   VERNON. .       num.',   ,.
Sept.  20,  11.10.             James  Pet,ry    agent Sopti 2f.   1:il|)^KA   0j™]  .,
PEACE RIVER LAM) DISTRICT PPAPP I.TVFI1 t -HI. Ill   mil !
Districl  of  Pence   River. I EAt E RIVER LAND DISTItl
TAKE  notice  thnt Clarence  Miller of Van- Dislrict of  Peace RIvrr.
couver.   B.C.,   miner,   intends   to   apply   Ior     T\KK noiice  that   Frederick   P.  Haumniii
permission to purchnse the following dossrlb- °!   Vancouver.   B.C.,  clerk,  Intends  to appl
ed lands:   Commencing at  a  post planted 13 '°f pormisslon tu  purchase lhe lollowing d
miles  north  trom  a  point on  the   Hallwuy "Ibed lands:   Commencing ul n  post  :• ■'
River,   about   38    miles  down  stream    from ''ll b m'l|,s north from a  poinl  on the Hal
the   mouth   ol  Cypress  Creek,   thence   soutl, w:'-y "Ivor nboul  40 miles down stream !r"
Sll   chains:   theare  west   SO   chains:    theuee <;•'''   moutli   of   Cypress   Creek,   thenee   sou'
north   80  ehnins;   thenee  east   80  ehains    to su   ''bains:   thonco   cast   80   chuins:    thei
point    ol    commencement,  eontaining    0... north 80 chains;  thonoe west 80 chain
acres more or loss. point     ol   oommonoomont,    eontaining     b
CLARENCE  MILLER. •'UTI'S mor0 "'' 'ess.
Sept.   23.   1910.            James   Pettry,   agent ., FREDERICK   P.   IIAI'MAI '.
 _— Sept. 2b, 1^4j. Jamos Peltry. ■■-■■
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICI'
District ol Pence River.
TAKE   notice   that   Duncan   Gruntly    Wi 1 -
PEACE. RIVElt LAND DISTRICT
District  uf   I'enee   Rivor,
ford   Rickets,   ol   Vancouver,   B. ('.,    broker.      'PAKE  nolice 'lhat   William   John  Abel. "1
intends  to apply lor permission  to purchnse Vnncouver.   B.C.,   accountant,   intends   to nl'
the   following   described   lands:    Commencing ply   lor   permission   lo   purchase   the   lollow
at   a   post   planted   G  miles   nortii    Irom    a ing  described   lnnds:    Commencing  nt  a post
point on  the Hallway  River about 34  miles planted  4   miles   north   from  n   point  on "■
down   stream   from   lhe    mouth   ol    Cypress Hallway  River and    about     40  miles do
Creek,  thence north SU clmins:    tlienre west siream   Irom   the   mouth   ol   Cypress    Ol 1
80   ehnins:   thenee   soulh   80   chaius;    tlicnce thence   norlh   80   clinins:       then ist    ""
east  SO  chains  to  point  of  oommonoomont, chains;  thenee south  SO chains;  thenoo  wi '
containing  040  acres  more  or  less. 80  ehnins  to   point  of  commencement,    coi
DUNCAN   GRANTI.Y   WII.FORD   RICKETTS. talnlng  HO acres  morc or less.
Sopt,   2b,   .....              James   Pettrv.  agent WILLIAM   JollN   ABEl
.—,  i 2  Sept. 2ti,  191(1. Janus Pottry, ngi '
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict  of   Peace   River.
'I'AKE  nolice  Hint  Fronds  Walker of  V1111-
PEA''E RIVER 1 WD DISTRICT
Districl  uf Pence River.
,,   .     ,  , , , TAKF, nolice  that   Percy  Shoagor uf  l
oouver   B.C., Inboror, Intends to apply   for  MU        uc    b   fc ■       to apply
permission to  purohnse tho   ollowing    d-   purm|8slon  l0  nmn'Me  ,,„   fui|mvi,'      „
cribed lunds:     Commencing ut a post plant-   bribed lands:    Commohi
ed II miles north from a point on the
Ilnllwny River nbout 38 miles down stream
Irom   the   mouth   of   Cypress   Creek,      thenc
. .J u posi plnnl
cd 4 miles nortli Irom n point on the Halfway River, about 40 miles down stream Irom
south   80     chains;     thonoe  west   80  chains;   £hfl° JP","*.   ?h'-?„JP™'   VA  l.1'"  ,?"!,!!
thenoo   norlh   80     ehains;     thenee   east    80   „oul   siiei   io        X"   . h5,"'     i
chains   lo  point  of ooinm.n ncnt,    conlnin-   ",,','     , ' :   ""'"'''' ''"M   ,S" .''."     ,■
ine   dill   ncres   more  or   less '    '   l     "'    ' "mm. .iccmcl, I,       Oontalnlng     01"
ing 040 neres %^m WAM.,,,|,       neres moro or loss.       PERCY SHOAGBR.
Sept.   23,   1910. James   Peltry,    ugent   SOpt"  "''  181U' ''"'m's   Pettry. agenl
PKACK  KIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
,„.,•„     District of Peace Rlvcr,
TAKE notice thm Roy Lest,, of Portland
Ore.,  occupation   Bookeeper intends I. mm
lor   permission   to     purchase   the    '
doscribed    lam's:    Commencing    al
Plnntod s miles North from n poim
Ilalfwny   River  about   lo   miles  div.
from   the   mouth   of   Cypress     Ore ■!-
North   so  chnii's:   thonco    East   80
Hience south so chains: thenoo west
Ins to poinl  of  oommneemenl  uud
ing 040 orres mora or less.
ROY   t.ESTA.
Scpt.20 .   I'.lln. .I.,,,,,.*   Pelt,
llinly
owing
post
n  the
: r-'iim
PKACK KIVKK LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict  of  Ponce River,
TAKE  nntiee  thai   Bert  N.  |.'rnnk  ol Chi-
'■ago,   III,,   tr.iveller,    iniends   lo  apply    lor
Iiermission   i i   pur, v    He   following '   He
cribed lands: Commencing a! u | osi plnnl.
ci' I miles norlh from a poinl on the Halfway fiver nbo.it 24 miles down strenm fiom
the, mouth ot Cypress Creek, thenee soutli
S"     chuins:    thenee   east  Nu chuins;  thcneo
north  Su  chuins:   thoi   wesi   80 clmins    lo
point of oommonoomont, containing 114(1 ncres
more or less. BERT N. FRANK.
October  4,   I'.Hu. Jumcs   Peltry,  ngent
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict nl Peace Kiver.
TAKK nntiee Hint John Hodge, ot Los
Angeles. CaL, plumber, iniends to apply for
permission tn luirchuse lhe following described lauds: Commencing ut a post planted 4 miles north Irom a point on the Halfway river about 21 miles down slreuin from
the mouth ,,f Cvpress Creek, thence north
SU  chuins;   tlicnce   west   sn   chains;     thence
SOUth   SO   ehnins;    Ihcnce   easl    Sll   chains     to
point    of    commencement",    containing 'iln
acres more nr  'ess. JOHN   HODGE.
October   1,   I'.Hn. Junies  Pottry,  ngenl
PKACK KIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici ol P-aee River.
TAKE notice thut Hill Snoll, of Hamilton
Texas, .anchor, intends to npply lor pormisslon tu purchaso the following described
..nds: Commencing at a post planted 12
ui'les north Iron, a point ou lhe llnlfwiy
river nbuut 42 miles down slreuin from Hie
mouth ol Cypress Creek, thenoo north su
chaias: thence west sn eliuins: ihcnce si,nib
Su chuins; thenco eust sn chains to point
of commencement, containing (140 acres
more or less. BILL SNKI.L.
October  3,   I'.Hu. Jnmes   Pettry,  agent
„„.„„ orv.u.  ion, mourn.™, PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT DJatrlot of  Peace  River.
I istnc    of   Pence   I iver. TAKE  notice  thnl      llurold   Peterson.
I AKE   notice  thnl  Joseph   Kelly,   ol   \an- prince  Rupert,   H.C,  laborer,   iniends lo a
couver,   B.C.,  laborer,  iniends' lo   apply   lor ply   for  permission   t irohaso   the   foil"
permission  lo  purchase  the  following    des- Ing dosorlbod lands:    Commencing nl n pi
cribed lands:    Commencing nt u post plum- planted 10 miles north from a poim on i
cd II  miles norlh from a point on the Unit- Hallway  River nboul  40  miles down  Strci
way   River,     about    38   miles  down   slrcnm Irnm   tiie  moulh   of   Cvpress   Ci k      ll"
from   the   n,outh   of  Cypress   Creek,     thenoo nortii   80  ohalns;   Ihciiee  onsl    sn'   (.|ir,l,i
.south   80   elmins;   tlicnce   east   80    ohalns: thoneo   south  80 eliiillis;     thonco   wisi
thence    north     80 elinlns:     ihenee west.   SU elmins  to  polnl   ol commenoomont,    conl
ohnlns  to  point ot commencement,   contain- ing 1)40 neres more or less,
ing li-lu acres more or less. IIAROI "   PETERSON
JOSEPH  KELLY. Kept.   23.  11)10.              James   Pettrv.  nin
Sept.  23,   1910.              Jumcs   Peltry,  ngent
I'EACE KIVER LAND DISTRICT
DiBtrlct ol Pence River.
TAKE notice Hint George llutton of Slew-
art, B.C.. prospector, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing descriiicd lands: Commenolng nt a post plumed 7 miles north Irom n point on tbe
Hallway River nliout 30 miles down stream
Iron, Hi" moutli ol Cypress Creek, thence
north 80 elmins: theuce west _u chuins ;
thence soulh 80 elmins: thenco enst 8(1
chuins  to  point   ot  oommoncoment,  coiiinin-
lllg 040 ucres  mure or I	
GEORGE   1IATTON,
Sept.  24.   I'.llll Jnmes   Peltry,   agent
'        PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT wkkv J,'!!.,.1'1,,   f.}'™'"  __.?,.!''     ,,11'r
District of Peace  River. e,,,'.,.    I   •     n   '"     '"'""'"■ ?k,m°! ° .mi IV
TAKE   notice   that  Clara   Kelly,   of    Van-   (0^noVm^inn    n   "n.ll  '""'.'i'"   "I'd!
Halfway River, about 38 miles down Btroam     0,   80    1   I -■    b. -e    -..1    so'  clan
as % ass, ^.nTLX _&     r \ ? lZ;"  ■£.?
ass:to'iiic'pi,°".,'".; roe-tour^. ««n...nr .■;
talnlng 040  acres  more or  less. «,.„,    03    141,1 'V' ,,', 1 v   ',,-■'
CLARA   KELLY.      S "'  ""'   'll0' ''""""  Pottr_
Sept.   23.   1910. James   I'ettry,   agent      First i„„eriio„ of notices on thin page Nov. 19. AlSMpKAC'l-   RIVElt   LAND   DISTRICT. PEACE   RIVEK   LA.N'D   DISTRICT.
_ District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
AKE     notice     that     Jack     Sweet      TAKE   notice   that   Alviti   Grant    of
'iffilf      Vancouver,      B.    C,      occupation Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation Enslaver,
iwyer,       Intends       to      apply       for intends to apply for permission to pur-
nilsBion  to  purchase    the   following case    the     following  described  lands
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice   that  Alexander  Smith,
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Johanna Sutherland
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Herbert   Edward
ft''
)f  Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation   Engl- of "vancouver7BicJ occupation" Married Read,  of  Vancouver," B.'c" "occupation
,,. ' Woman, intenda to apply for permission Steward, intends to apply for permission
.rib-O'laiadsr Commencing at a post c^mencing at a post planted "abouV 22   lands:   Commencing "at  a  post  planted [?J"r0h-aSe    Oie. following    described to purchase    the    following    described
.      .. .       ...4,      11.,,.      ....._,      on.l     Cinfi ..._        4        4               _   II-       K...4L       .1,      .... >>,,.... .....1.4    4  4 41  1(4,l»4
neer,   Intends   to  apply   for  permls
Commencing  at  a  post planted lands:   Commencing  at  a  post  planted
e "outh""-. "'the" southeast corner of s-utne-_t".o.n"e"r "oT thi" Dotninion 'ao7.   miles" south "of- the"so"uti,e"ast c-rner"o"t   ■f™mffi» »"d, ^"the rouM™™. S Tthl "outheMt'oo^ne/'of ""th.
Dominion Government Reserve   and crnment Reserve, in the vicinity pt Cut   the Dominion Government Reserve   and  wltoT&mMi^tton^^^^ Dominion    Government    Reserve     and
,t   five   miles   north   of   the   Upper ,,nnk Rlvcl.   , tributary .of Pine»Rlver,   marked "AS., N.E. corner," thence west    „,/ '*„ [D™ g "»£.In a westerly m-' marked   "H.K-?,Tw    corner™.hence
but
FS,fe,,_-mrr _;U: a=L--_sA _:*_.&: JL» ss-. Mft^JKS.••ar'aass sa,s^r«i?M/^TfiiS »"»-"SET^*^ <=
corner,"   thence   east   80   chains, t|ience aouti, 80 chains,  thejice wost 80   eust 80 chains .thence north  80  chains  La, ,  mBrLA'",
..      __    _..-,       .1,........    n.-ul    Nil        .. 4i.     un     ...... i n       tn   lho   nnlti.    nf   .......,.......,. i,i,.n I     nnn 1.. ,11.     """v,    _..._    niuitv.n
__.ee south 80 chains,  thence west 80 chains,  thence   north   80  chuins,  thence   ,° ,he P°lnt of commencement, contain
HJJBms,  thence  north  80  chains  to  the _ast   80  (.|,aiiis  to   lho  point    of    enu,-   "'K 640 amis  more or less,
point of cominoiicement, containing 641) Inencemcnt  containing   040   acres   more
aor*S more or less.       JACK SWEET.      01.  iesa.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
B«pt 13th, 1910.
"J.  S., S.W. corner'    thence west 80 chains, thence south SU
_.-._.. .!__._ ..   . ..lillll..- (l. *    I "I   4   . -   4-   .   -   I.   I .   .   *-" f\ .   .   4- -   -   - ..   .-.   ft .   -..-.»,.,   __W   4
ALVIN   GRANT,
William Radley, Agent.
ALEXANDER  SMITH,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th, 1010.
thenco  north  80 chains,  thence east 80   ehains  to  the  point of commencement,
chains,  thence  south  80 chains   thence   containing 640 acres more or less.
west   80   chains   to   the   point   of   com- HERBERT   EDWARD  READ,
lencement,  containing 640  acres  more
or less.      JOHANNA SUTHERLAND.
PEACE   UIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Eva Elliott of Van-
OOttYer,   li.   C,  occupation  Stenographer,
InUntls to apply  for iiermission to pur-
^pe  the  following    described    lands:
nmenclng   at   a   post   planted   about
Sept.  16th,  1S10.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICI.
District of CaViboo.
TAKE  notice   that  Michael  Mulrony,
of  Vancouver,  B.  C„  occupation   Wireless Operator, Intends to apply for permission  to  purchase  the  following de-
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1910.
PEACE!   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Frank Harris of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Reporter,
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  David  McCaig,  ol
Vancouver,  B.  C„  occupation  Engineer,
Intends to apply for permission to pur- ,     ,    . ,    ,.
chase the following described lands: TAKE notice that Charles Ludhone of lntenUB(,t0 *■?& 'or Permission to pur-
Commencing at a post planted about Vancoi ver, i.e. OOOUI atlon PHn e. in ,c Ul8e thf lowing described lands:
eighteen   miles     west   and   four   miles  tends  to  apply  for  permission   to   mi?- c°mmencln«' at, " Post planted about 24
eminent Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
Bank River, a tributary of "Fine River,
und marked "F. H„ S. W. oorner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west  80  chains  to  the  poin,t  of    com-
Bes  west  of  the  southeast corner  of planted about eighteen  miles  west and Dominion   Government     Reserve     and Commencing   at   a   post   planted   about
i Dominion Government Reserve, and four miles south of the southeast corner marked     D.M.,     S.W.     corner,    thence twenty miles west and two miles south
mt six miles In u westerly direction of  the   Dominion   Government  Reserve, north  80 chains,  thenee east 80 chains, pi the southeast corner of the Dominion
in the nortli end of Swan  Lake, and In  the  vicinity  of Cut  Bank  River,    a 'hence south  80 chains-, thence west 8U Government  Reserve,  In the vicinity of
rki.l   "1.    F    N    W   corner"   thence tributary   of  Pine   River,    and  marked chains  to  the  point  of commencement, Cut   Bank   River,   u   tributary   of   Pine
il 80 chains," thence'south  80 chains, "M.M.,   N.W.   corner,"   thence  east    so containing 640 acres more or'less River, and marked "C. L„ S.W. corner,"
ence west SO chuins,  thence  north  80   chains,  thenoe  soulh   80  chains,  thence
loins  to  the  point of commencement   west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
'   ■ ■ to the point of commencement, contain
ing 640 acres more or less.
MICHAEL  MULRONY,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1910.
DAVID McCAIG.
thonce  north   80  chains,   thence east  80
iiitalnlng 640 acres more or less.
10VA  ELLIOTT,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
■pt.  12th, 1910.
Sept. 5th, 1910.
Jonathan Graham, Agent,  chains,  thence soutli  80 ehalns,'tiience mencement  containing  640  acres  more
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Agnes Douglas ol
Vancouver.B.Coccupatlon Nurse, intends
1-ed   lands;   lo apply for'permission to purchase the   SOUth   of  the   southeast   corner  of     the
inted   about   lollowing described  lands:  Commencing   TOWi^   fknnM^-jm^-ma
| PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct of Cariboo.
[TAKE   notice   that     Vance   Cline   of
Vancouver,   B.C.,  occupation   Machinist,
Vends to apply for permission to pur
jiase   the   following    desciT
wmmenclng  at   a   post   planted
cnty miles west and eight miles south ut u pust planted about eighteen miles
If the southeast corner of the Dominion west and eight miles south of the soulh-
lovernment Reserve, In the vicinity of east corner of the Dominion Govern-
|ut  Bank   River, a  tributary  of    Pine   ment  Reserve,   In   the   vicinity   of  Cut
(Iver, and marked "V. C, N.E. corner," Bank River, a tributary of Pine River,
Jience south 80 chains, thence west 80 and marked "A. D.p S.W. corner," thence
Ihalns, thence north 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
last   80   chains   to   the   point   of  com-   tiience south 80 chains, thence west 8u
nenc.menl,  containing  640  acres   more  chains  to  the point  of  commencement,
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that David B. Martin,
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Engineer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
eighteen    miles   west   and   tour   miles
west 80 chains    to    the point of com- or 'ess
mencement,  containing  640  acres  more
or less,
CHARLES  LUDHOPE.
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1910.
FRANK  HARRIS,
William  Radley,  Agent.
Sept.   16th,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKP. notice that Harry Grimmer of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentleman,
marked "D.H.M., S.E. corner," thence
west 80 chains, thence nortii 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains to the point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
DAVID  B.   MARTIN
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
PAKE   notice   that    Richard    Henry '".tends to apply for pennis.Bion to pur-
  chase  the  lollowing    descrjped    lands:
Commencing at a post    plnnted    about
.McMillan  of  Vancouver,  B,  C,  occupa"
Hon  Printer,  intends  to apply  for per
mission  to purchase  the  following des- 17 '"- miles west and 12 miles south of
cribed   lunds:   Commencing   at   a   post the southeast  corner    of  the Dominion
planted about three miles soulh and one Covernment Reserve, In the vicinity of
mile west of the southeast corner of the Cut  Hank   River,  a  tributary  of    Pine
Dominion     Government    Reserve,    and River, and marked "H. G., N. E. corner,"
1™,,,,',;-.-, A»nt aljout s"'en- miles nortii of Swan Lake, thence south 80 chains, the.nce west 80
-_n. Rth min oianam, Ageni. ,.„(l mar|(ed „R R M| Nw COI.nel... chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
aepi.  qui,  -am, thence east 80 chains,  thence south  80  east  80  chains  to  the    point, of    com-
br less.
Bept. 6th, 1910.
VANCE CLINE
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
containing  640  acres  more or less.
AGNES   DOUGLAS.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th, 1910.
point.
chains,   thence   west   80   chains,   thence  mencement   containing   640   acres   more
north   80  chains   to   the  point of  com- or less.
HARRY   GRIMMER,
William  Radley,  Agent.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Cyril Ames of Vancouver,  B.C.,  occupation  Clerk,  intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted about fourteen  miles
west and one mile south of the soulh-
1AKE   notice   that    Edilp   Albutt  of   east corner of the Dominion Government
Vancouver,    B.    C,   occupation Married   Regerv8| and about four miles north ot
Woman, Intends to apply for permission   the   Upper   Pouee     Coupe    River,   and
i   post    planted   about   to    purchase    the    following described   marked   "C    A     SW    corner"   tnence  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Seaman,   chase   the   following    described   landB:
l and two miles south  lands:    Conimencing  at  u  post  planted   east 80 ohains, 'thence north  80 chains,   intends to apply tor permission to pur-   Commencing   at   a  post  planted  aoout
PEACE  RIVER LAXU  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
JTAKE  notion  that   Herbert  Robinson
If New York City, occupation Merchant,
ntends to apply for permission to pur-
„ase   the   following   described    land
Dtlllllel
fchteen . ... 	
tin si si corner of the Dominion about eight  miles  west ami  tw
mencement,  containing  640  acres  more
or less.
RICHARD HENRY MCMILLAN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  loth,  1910.
Sept. 17th, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice   that   William  Mair  of
Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Mechanic,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  Andrew  Thorburn   intends to apply for permission to pur
%o\ ■ i
ut  Bu
liver, l
jfll'llie   '
Jhains,  llience  north  80  chains,   thenee
last   80  chains   to   the  point   of   com-
elllent
miles   thence west 80 chains, thence south 80  ^,'iase   the   lollowing    descr.lied   lands:   eight and a half miles soutli and ten
ni  Reserve,  In the  vicinity of south   oi   the  southeast  corper  of    tne   chains  to  the  nolnl  of commencement,  Commencing   at   a   post   planted   aoout   miles  west of  the southeast corner of
River,  a  tributary   of   Pine  Dominion   Government   Reserve,       and   containing 040 acres more or less eleven and a half miles south and seven   the Dominion Government Reserve, and
marked   'H. R„ N.E. corner,"  .buut   tour   miles   nortl,   of   the   Upper rvi.ii   am'i.x       miles  west of  the  southeast  corner ot   aoout  seven   miles  in  a  northwesterly
th 80 chains, thence west 80 Pouee Coupe River, and marked "li." A,
N.E. corner," thence west 80 chains,
thence soutl, 80 chains, thence east 80
containing 6.0 acres more chains, thence nortl, 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing
640 acres more or less.
EDiTil ALBUTT,
Jonathan Giuliani, Agent.
Sept.  12th, 1910.
Jonathan Graham,
Sept. 14th, 1910.
Agent.
HERBERT ROBINSON.
William Radley, Agent,
Sept.   16th,  1910.
the Dominion Government Reserve, and direction from Swan Lake, and marked
about four miles in a westerly direction "W.  M.,  S.E.  corner," thence north    80
from Swan Lake, and marked "!•'. T., iN. chains,   thence  west  80  chains,   thence
W.  corner,"    thence    east    80    chains, south  80 chains, thence east  80 chains
thence south 80 enains, thence west 80 to the point of commencement, contaln-
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
TAKE  ii_t.._ICtha.  pae't-r°0jackson   of   Cains,  thence  north   80  chains  to  the  ing  640" acres  more or less.
point of commencement, containing 640
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  nolice  that  Alfred  Graham  of
[Vancouver, B.C., occupation Broker, in-
Itoiida  io  apply   for permission   to  pur- v__„n„„_-   .,   ..     ,,,,.,,
Icha-e   the   following   described   lands: Sg^S,'a__P;'for'd_*d
Icommonclng  at  a   post   planted   about fttenfl» » app     for pern
PEACE   RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  Walter. Christie of   Dominion    Government    Reserve,
ion Gentleman,   marked   "P.
nussion to pur-
WILLIAM  MAIR.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
ANDREW  THORBURN.       Sept. 13th, 1910.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.	
Sept.  12th,  1910. PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that Ala James  Willis  Woman,  intends" 'to"apply'"""for   pTrmls"
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Amy   Kilmer   of
Vancouver,   B.   C,  occupation    Married
Vuncouver, B.C., occupation Marine En-
gineer, intends to apply for permission  acres more orA«^
to   purchase     the   following    described
lands:   commencing  at  a  post  planted
about twenty miles west and four miles
south  of   the  southeast  corner  of  the
and
Jv   S.W.    corner,"    thence
... east 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains,    —   _,.,..,    ._.   ,.„...._
twenty miles west and tw'o miles south ,c,m8e   thf   following   descrjoed     lands:   thence west SO chains, thence soutl,  80  °il™c,0U,^r--,vB-^^^ sion  to  purchase    the    following    des-
 ■■  ■■'  '    ' "' a   ■'   *    •'      "       •    ""'K  '" -"""4   ""   """"Ku""  '" "lir-  •■■"'•-•'   ' '■■■    Commencing  at  a  post
miles west and one
the southeast corner of
Government  Reserve,  in
,     ,    -4 Cut Bank River, a tribu-
Government  Reserve,  and about  seven tary o£ Pi„e Rlvel. and marked "A. K.,
miles north oi Swan Lake, and marked  N.  W. corner,"  thence south  80 chains
A. J. W., N.E. corner," thence west so  tllence east g0 chainB   thenoe nQrth ft
:1ns, tiience west 80
■chains .thence north 80 chains, thence
|i.isi   vu  chains   to   the  point    of   com
.•ment,
|ur less.
ALFRED GRAHAM.
William  Radley,   Agent.
Bept.  16th,  1910.
and marked "W. C, .N. W. corner,''
thence south SO eliains, thence east SO
containing 640 acres more chains, thence north SO chains, thence
west SO ehalns to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more
or less.
WALTER   CHRISTIE,
William Radley, ..gent.
Sept   10th,  l'JIO.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. .     .
TAKE notice^ that  William ..Gundy  of   cna'ns,.   thence  south   80  chains   thence  chains,   thence   west   80   ohalns   to   the
Vancouver,  B.C., occupation Gentleman,   east  80 enains,  thence north 80 chains
to   the   point   of   commencement,   containing 640 acres more or less,
ALA JAMES  WILLIS.
•KAL'E   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
'AKE notice that Benjamin Sharpe of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Accountant,
Intends to apply for permission to pur
Jonathan Graham, Agent. oont   17.1,   1010
Sept. 15th, 1910. bept, 17th, 1910
point of commencement containing 840
acres  more  or  less.
AMY   KILMER,
William Ra.dley, Agent.
intends  to apply  lor permission to pur
chase   the   following   described     lands:
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   about
tpree miles west and two miles south of
the   southeast  corner  of   the  Dominion
Government   Reserve,   and   about   eight
miles nortii of Swan Lake, and marked
"W.  G., N. W. corner," thence soutli 80
-ban.   the   following    described    lands:   of   Vancouver,   B.C,   occupation   Clerk, chains,   thence   east   SO   chains,   tiience
Commencing   at  a   post   planted   about   intends to apply for permission to pur-  north  SO chuins,  thence west so  chains
twenty miles west and two miles soutli   chase   the   lollowing    described    lands:  to the point of commencement contain-
f tne southeast corner of the Dominion  Commencing   at   a   post   planted   about  ing 610 acres more or less.
nl  Reserve,  In the vicinity of   one mile south and one mile west of tlle WILLIAM GUNDY,       -,- -■•■»-« -» - *■■;»-    _".....-_    _.--_.      .. ,-   _.  on;~mTrr""H"ni7th"nf"tiii
  Jonathan Graham. Agent    "ine and  a half  miles  south  and  nine   "'"™  wf&l and one mile south of tne
' ","1"1'   miles  west of  the  southeast corner of southeast corner of the Dominion Gov-
the Dominion Government Reserve, and ernment Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Olive LeRoy Perry
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   David   Lazier   of
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Emmerson  Grant
li'iit   Hunk   Kiver,   a   tributary   of   Pine southeast corner of the Dominion Gov
lltlver, Mill marked "B. S„ S.E. corner," eminent Reserve, and about nine miles Sept.  15th,  1910.
Itlienee nortii SO chains, thence west 80 north of the north end of Swan  Lake,	
v  soutl,  80 chains,  thence and    marked   "O.   L.   P.,   S.W.   corner," PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
ns  to   the    point  of  com- thence nortii  SO  chains,  thence eust 80 District of Cariboo,
containing  640   acres  more clinins,  thence  soutli  80  chains,  thence TAKE notice that Murray Johnstone,
west   80   chains   to   the   point   of  com- of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Mariner,
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Physician, «f Vancouver, B. C, occupation Maclun-
intends to apply for permission to pur- lst' ntends to apply for permission to
chase the following described lands: Purchase the following described lands:
Commeneing at a post    planted    about Commencing at a post planted about 22
Sepl.
I'.l-NJAMIN   SHARPE.
William   Radley,   Agent.
1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ut' Cariboo.
TAKE    notice   that    Arthur    George
Mitchell  of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   Clerk,   intends   in   npply   for   per-
about six miles in a westerly direction Jjank River, a tributary of Pine River,
from the nortii end of Swan Lake, and and   marked   "E.   G.,   N.   W.     corner,"
marked "D. L., S.E. corner," thence west thence south  80 chains,  thence east 80
     , ,   ,  , ,    SO chuins, thence north 80 chains, thenee eliains,  thence  north  80  chains,  thence
mencement,' oontalnlng   640  acres   more   intends to apply'for per mission" to'pur-   fas}, 8» c,hains.  tnence south  SO chains )^st^8j>^chains^tOt the^ point  of  com
or less. ' .... .    ...      .       ....«<.,..    ..... _.
OLIVE LcROY  PERRY.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  15th,  1910.
chase   the   lollowing   described   lanus:   to the point of commencement, contain-  mencement   containing   640   acres   more
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   aUout   ing 640 acres more or less
or less.
twenty miles west and four miles south
of the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and marked "M.J.,
N.E. corner," thence south 80 chains,
thence west SO chains, thence nortii SO
chains,   thence   east   SO   chains   to   tne
Sept. 12th, 1910.
DAVll.' LAZIER.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
. ,.,         TAKE   notice   that   Solomon   lllrsch
nission to purcliase the  following des- berg   of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   P°"n ut commencement, containing blu
cribed   lands:    Commencing  at  a  post Optician, intends to upply for permission   acres more or less
planted about  ten miles  west  and two to   purchase    the    following   described
niles soulh of the sunilieust corner of lands:   Commencing  ut   a   post   planted
Sept.  16th,  1910.
EMMERSON   GRANT,
William Radley, Agent.
ll. 14 I      . oeUIIIUtt-l      .4.1 11.1        -1 .441141...        ,    I • I 1 1 I I , '   I >'    . < i •.        444       44       ,,wu.       ,.......... .
Jllie Dominion Government Reserve, and nbout  ten and  a  half  miles  soulh and   sepi.  jin, uiu
■abum   lour   miles  nnrth   ot  the   Upper six miles west of the southeast corner
I'ouce Coupo River, and marked "A.G.M., of  tho   Dominion  Government   Reserve,
I.V1-.   corner,"   thence   west   80   chains, in   the   vicinity   of    Swan    Lake,    and
llience south  80 eliains,  thence east  80 marked "S. H., S.E. corner," thence west
I'liintis,   thence  norlh   SO  chains   to   the 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
MURRAY  JOHNSTONE.
Jonathan Graham, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAM)  DISTRICT. PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice    that    Julia  Park,   of TAKE notice that Frank Grimmer of
Vancouver,     B.C.,     occupation  Married Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentleman,
Woman,   intends   to  apply   for  permls- intends to apply for permission to pulsion to purchase the following described chase  the  following    described    lands:
lands:    Commencing at a post planted Conimencing  at  a post  planted    about
about eleven and a half miles south and 17 1-2 miles west and 12 miles south of
nine miles west of the southeast corner the  southeast   coiner  of  the  Dominion
,,....,.      ,                 ,             .                ,.  o1'  the  Dominion   Government  Reserve, Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
I AKE notice that Charles Spargoe, ot   and about  six miles  in a  westerly  dl- cut  Bunk  River   a  tributary    of  Pine
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Hairdresser,   rection   from   Swan   Lake,  and   marked River, and marked "F. G., N.W. corner,"
N.E,   corner,"   thence  west    SU thence south  80  chains,  tiience east 80
tiience  south  80  chains   thence chajns,  thence  nortii  80  chains,   tiience
chains,  thence north  80 chains west  so  chains  t0  ,,,.    -,0fm  of  _om.
mencement   containing  640  acres   more
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
I AM., notice that Harry Hurt Wells
ot Vancouver, B.C., occupation Gtcntle-
man, Intends to apply for pormisslon to
'O'leuase the following described lands
Sept.  12th,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that    Edith    Henrietta
Gardner of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
mme-nolng at a m\n"SSSS Si Spinster, intends to apply for mm*
« o/wVStaanPa"-u?Umfe_       . ■«« J* ^TZ^^Zl _£&
tCti C0,'ner °f  A» VU""ni ," "I ttnaboutCumtwen ?" " mi'ics' "west
,..,  ,...,'.l   ?•!•..•>.   .n,Ml   a.uoul   sl.   and      two      miles      south      of      the
of commencement, contain
acres more or less.
JULIA PARK.
"C.  S., N.E. corner,"    llience    west    80 Jonathan Graham, Agent,
chains,   thence   south   SO  chuins,   thence   Sept.  13th,  1910.
east  80  chains,   thence north  80  chains _
to the point of oommenoement, containing 640 acres  more or less.
CHARLES SPARGOE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept,  5th,  1910,
or less.
Sept,  17th,   1910.
FRANK  GRIMMER,
William  Radley,  Agent.
"ll W 01' Swan"Lake,"and "marked"
M " "., S. W. corner," thence east
'., chains, thenoe north 80 chains,
i-nee wost so ohains, thence south 80
c""™ to the point of commencement
Luiitiih,lng 640 aores more or less.
HARRY   HA Hi; WELLS.
<.,„. Jonathan Qraham, Agont.
_W 16th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
PEACE  RIVKR LAND DISTRICT. pEACK  U1VKU  LA„L)  UISTR,CT.
District of cari ooo. District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Holt of TAKE notice that Bert Hendry of
Vancouver. B.C., occupation Clerk, In- Vancouver, B. C, occupation Chief En-
tends to apply for permission to pur- gineer, intends to apply for permission
chase the following described lands: t0 purchase the following described
Commencing   at   a  post  planted   about |an_8;    commencing  at a  post  planted
  - - ,   *}•*  miles  south  and  nine miles  west ,,-out 22 miles west and one mile south
of   Vancouver,   B.   O,  occupation  Engl-   ot the southeast comer of the Domln- of thc 80uthcast cornor of t,     Domlnjon
neer, intends to upply for permission to Ion Government Reserve, and about six Government Reserve, In the vicinity of
purchase the following described lands:   miles in a westerly direction from  the Cut   Bank   R,         a   tributary   of   Pine
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   about  north  end  of  Swan  Lake,  and  marked Hiver  „nd marked "B  H   s  W  cornor"
twenty  miles west and six miles south   "W.   H,  N.E,   corner,"   thence  west   Su $™'   north 80 Chailis   thenoe west 80
enst 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,   0f the southeast oorner of the Dominion  chains, thence south  80 chains, thence ,   ,       thence   .outh  so   'hnhiq   thin™
'- "*  "  ---—  "  "- '   Government Reserve and  marked  "J.M.   east 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains i    hal„s  t0  1    no n   V I
,.     _.ii.    „.. •.   ,,  „__t  un  -i.ni..-     to  (hn no nt  of conimnncemRnt. Mintnln- ta  u   av   ennuis   io   llle     point     or   Com-
and two miles so,
southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, In the vicinity of
Cut Bank River, a tributary of Pine
River, and marked "E. 11. G„ N. W.
corner,"  thenco south  80 chains, thence
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John M. (inlanders,
tiience  west  80  chains  to  the point of
commencement   containing
more or less.
0   ncres   g.~, N W. corner,"" thence east 80 chains,   to the point of commencement, contain-
thence south  80 chains, thenco west 80   ing 640 acres more or less.
JAKE  notice  that    BeBS|e    Coleman  Sept.  16th, 1910.
"bnstu:
on of Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupa-
'u .Married  Woman,  intends  to apply
-ur        Mrin  s_l..„ ♦,, ........,,..-.. u._
permission     to
no.ving
purchase     the
lands:      Co'm-
EDITH HENRIETTA  GARDNER,       chains,   thence  north   SO  chains  to   the
William  Radley, Agent,   point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN   M.  G1LLANDERS.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  5th,  11110. 	
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  thnt  Alvin  Christie  of
WILLIAM  HOLT.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Herbert Christie of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentleman,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notico that Frank Spauldlng of intends to apply for permission to pur
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Seaman, in- chase   tlle   lollowing   described     lands:  chase  the  following    described    lands
mencement  containing  640  acres  more
or less.
BERT  HENDRY,
William Radley, Agent,
Sept.  16th,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriot of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Jane " Kilmer of
Vancouver. B. C, occupation Spinster,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
descrlbed
;''''"-'ing       at       a post       planted Vancouver, 11. C, occupation, aentleman,
'';"",t eight nnd a half miles south and intends to upply for permission to pur-
"    miles    west    of the    southeast  chase   the   following   described   lands:
(._,..„ of   .he   Dominio
in. nun „i_4,,t ..I. ...ii..„ ■„ ,. ii,    ...ii.... ,1   „.,,i   in   ,,,,i„_  .:.,,,ii,  ,.i   ii,,.    .,      .,.     ..   ,   ....        -'"ecrlbed   lands: miles west and two miles south of the   miles  west and  one mile £outh of the
'anted   about southeast corner of the  Dominion Gov-  southeast corner of the Dominion Gov-
   ,   ,- ,„,,,.,- ,.,..,   miles soutli ernment Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut eminent Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
corner,"   thence   west   80   chains,  Bank River, a tributary of Pine River,   0f the southeast corner of the Domln-  Bank River, a  tributary  of    the    Pine  Bank River, a tributary of' Plrie River,
Ion   Government   Reserve   and   marked River, and marked "H. C„ N. E. corner,"  and    marked    "J.  K.,    S.  W.    corner,'
'"'r   °f   the   Dominion    Government Commencing nt a post planted about 18    tends" -oV'nppiy'for  permission  to  pur-  Commencing at a post planted about 22 Commencing at a post planted about 22
vfcr,'e'and about six miles'in a north- miles west nnd  10 miles south of the   chase  the  following    doscri
of   .'_.     ll'rectlon  from   the   nortii  end  southeast corner of the  Dominion Gov-    commencing   at   a   post   pla
nwan  Lake,  and  marked  "B.  C.  J., ernment Roservo, in the vicjnity of Cut   twenty miles west and four
th
JS nnrth  80 chains,  thence east  80   and   marked     "A.   C,     N.   W,
''I'lln ,.' ""      "-      4-""..»—,       *,,_,,__       _<4..1        OU ...44.        ...14.14.,.* 4V.        ._.. ... ...       WW...... ,_1.        4_ >> y  _ . 1 > I 1 , <  11 I HOD4.   IV,       W..V4        •■"-  41. . VI.     «...<     111H...VU "•      —41     ...    4_.     ._>.._., —.—„ ..._,._._„. ...       __., _,,        ,y, ,(.||,m,
in iii     ,   enc-  south   80  chains   to   the thence  south  80  chains,  thence cast  80 "F.   S.,   S.E.   corner,"    thence  west   SU thence soulh  80 chains,  thonce west 80   thenoe north  80 chains,  thence enst  80
i ' nt  of commencement containing  640 chains,  thence  nortii   80   chnlnB,  thence chains,  thence  nortli  80  chains,  thence chains,   thence  north  80  chains,   thence  chains,  thence  south  80  chains,  thence
uiVoro °r lesa west  80  chains  ti  the  point of    com- east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains eust 80 chains    to    the point of oom- west  80 chains  to the point of    com-
"ESSIE COLEMAN  JOHNSTON, mencement   containing   640   acres   more to the point of commencement, contain- mencement  containing   610   acres   more  mencement   contnining   640   acres   more
;,„,   ,„ Jonathan Qraham, Agent, or less. ing 640 acres more or loss. or less. or less.
'-I!!1' 12t1'. 1910. ALVIN   CHRISTIE, FRANK SPAULDING. HERBERT   CHRISTIE, JANE   KILMER,
let h-,-".!,---. : 7".  William  Radley, Agent.
"iisertion of notices on this page Jan. 7 Sept. 17th, 1910. Sept.
6th, 1910.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1910.
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1910.
William Radley, Agent.
. Disirici oi uanooo.
TAKE notice that  Florence May Patterson   ol'   Vancouver,   B,   C,   occupation
Spinster,   intends   to  apply   lor   iiermission   lo   pun-has,'   the    following     described  lands:      Commencing at a post lands;    i
planted about three miles west ami four about  tw
miles south  of the southeast  oorner  of
tho Dominion Government Reserve, ami
about   six   miles   north   of  Swan  Lake,
and   mnrked   "F.   M.   P..   S-   E.   corner,
Ihenoe nortli SO chains, thonco west SO
eliuins,  thence  south  SO  chains,   thenco
east SO chains to the point    of    corn-
containing   640   acres   more
meiiceinent
or less.
FLORENCE MAY
Jonathan
Sept.  15th,  1910.
PATTERSON,
Graham,   Agont.
District oi i -annuo.
TAKE nolice that George Ll
Goode of Vancouver, B. C., or,
Clerk, intends to apply Joe pei
to purchase the following d
mmencing at a post
vo miles west und 0
south of the southeast cornor
nonunion Government Reserve,
vicinity of the -North Fork oilier I'ouce Coupe River, and i
"G. L. G„ N, E. cornor,' tlicnce
SO chains, Ihenco wost SO oliains. thence
north so chains, tiience east 80 chains
to iho point of commencement, containing ti-io acres more or less.
GEORGE  LLEWELLYN   GOODE,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
Sept. 18th, 1910, 	
swell)
n
opatii
n
MIlSSli
n
■s.'l'ili,
plain.
d
d
ie mi
of  tl
e
in   tl
o
tlio  U
narked
soutli
■pake notice that Joseph Sutherland
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Gentleman, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at o post planted about
eight inilos west and one mile south oi
southeast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, and nbout live nines
nortii of lhe Upper I'ouce Coupe River,
' ".. cornor, thenco
nortii 80 enains,
lalns, theuce south 80
Int of oommenoement,
•res more or loss.
;||,l SUTHERLAND.
Kilhaii Graham, Agent.
and marked "J
west SO chains,
thence east 80 cl
chains to the pi
containing o-io ai
JOSi
J
th,
TAKE nolice that Ethel Georgina Dye
of Vancouver, B.C, occupation Marneu
Woman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following descrihed
lands: Commenolng at a post planted
aliniii eighteen miles west and cigiit
inilos soulh Of the southeast corner 01
the Dominion Government Reserve, in
the vicinity Of Cut Bunk River, a tributary of Pipe River, and murbed "E. G.
11., N.W. corner," thence south 80 chains
thence oast 80 chains, thence north SO
•bains,   tiience   west   80   chains   to   the
.Mil
riiilssli
'tit.
District of Cariboo
TAKB nolice that Elmira To
Vanoouver   b. c„   oooupatlon
\\ omun, Iniends to applv for p_
to  purchase    the     I'ollo'wine    ,,
lands'    Commencing  at  a  post nl   i
nl,0nt eleven and u half miles s,„'ii"j|
nine miles west of the southeast ,.'"'
of the Dominion Government   p !,!"*'
and about six miles in a westerly' ,p''Ve'
Hon from Swan Lake, and marker!
N,   W.   corner,"   thence  eust
ihenco soulh so chains, thenc
'lire..
ehal
ohains,   thonce   west   SO   chains   to   tho    ...        thenee   nnrih   in  ,.   '',' u"*t SO
__.._ 0mfor0e°rei-S0rnt' "^ *'     *   £ ~~ ~l^g g|
PEACE   RIVER   LAM.)   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Hay Thomas of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Married
Woman, intends to apply for permission inten
to purchase the following described chase
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about three miles west and lour miles
south of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, and
aboul six miles nnrth nf Swan Hake,
and marked "It. T„ N. 10. corner,"
thence soutli SI) chains, thence west 80
chains, thence nurth SO chains, thence
enst 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 010 acres moro
or less.
RAY   THOMAS,
Jonathan Graham,  Agent,
Sept. 16th, 1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAM'   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that .Minnie Simpson of
Vancouver, B. C„ occupation Spinster,
to apply for iiermission to pur-
_he following desoribed lands:
Commencing at a posi planted about
twelve miles west and one mile south
of the southeast corner of the Dominion
Covernment Reserve, in the vicinity of
the Nortii Fork of the Upper Pouee
Coupe River, and marked "Al. S., ... W.
corner," tlicnce oast su clmins, thenoe
south SO oliains, tiience west SO eliains,
thenoe north SO chains tn the point of
commencement containing 640 acres
more or less.
MINNIE  SIMPSON,
Jonathan Grajiam, Agent.
Sept mil,  l'JIO.
Sept.  13th,  1910.	
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Douglas Endacott
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Clerk,
intends to apply for permission to purohase the following desoribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
ten miles west and one mile soulh of
the southeast cm ner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and aboul five
miles nortli of the Upper i'ouce Coupe
River, and marked "D, E., S.E. corner,"
thence west 80 chains, thence north SO
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south  SO  chains
menoemant,  eoniuining-  61u acres  mon
or  less. DOUGLAS   ENDACOTT.
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept.   13th,   1910.
ETHEL GEORGINA DYE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 6th,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nntiee that Robert Spence of
Vaneouver, ll.C., occupation Gentleman,
iniends to apply for permission to purchase tho lollowing described lands:
Commencing al a post planted about
twenty miles wost and four miles south
of the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and marked "R.
S„ N.W. corner," thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenco west SU
chains, tiience nortli 80 chains to the
the point of com- point of commencement, containing 040
acres  more or loss.
ROBERT SPENCE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept .th,  1910.
acres more or less. 'K °"
ELMIRA TAQGART
Jonathan Graham,   ._,.'„,
Sept.  13th, 1910. ' M,u
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTR.CT~""
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that     James   Park of
Vancouver,  B.C., occupation   Mechanic k,
intends to apply for permission in
chase  the   following   desoribed    i
Comnieneing at  a  post    planled
nine nnd  a half miles south    and
miles   west  of  the  southeast corn
the Dominion Government Reserv,
about  seven  miles  in a  westerly
tion  from the nortii end of Swan
pur-
t mis-
-bout
ten
•r ol
nml
line
Lake,
PEACE   RIVER  J.AND   DISTRICT.
lust riot of Cariboo,
TAKE notice that Aiijiuf i'rank
James of Vanaeoiivor, B. C, occupation
Clerk, intends to applj for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about three inilos west and four miles
south   of  the  southeast   oo.rner  of  the
IH ninn     Government     Reserve,     and
about six miles nurth of Swan Lake,
and marked "A. F. J., N. W. corner,"
ihenoe south SO chains, thence east SO
chains, thence nortii 80 chains, tiience
west SO chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
ARTHUR  FRANK JAMES,
Jonathan   Graham,   Agent.
Sept.  16 th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER   LAM)   HI.STRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Stanley
Mackenzie of Vancouver B.C., occupation
Clerk, intends to apply for permission
to purchiise the following described
lands; Commencing ata a post planted
about three miles west and six miles
south of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, and
about four miles nortli of Swan Lake,
and marked "\Y. S. AI., S. W. corner,"
thence nortii SO chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thonce
west SO chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more
or less.
WILLIAM STANLEY MaoKENZIE,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  16th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Anna Yales of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles west and six miles south of
the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and about four
miles north of Swan Lake, and marked
"A. Y., N. W. corner," thence south SO
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or less.
ANNA   YALES,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
Sept, 16th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Caril-QO.
TAKE notice that. Isaac L. Silver-
berg of Newark, N. J., occupation Manufacturer, intends to apply for permission to purcliase the following described lands: Commenolng at a post
planted about three miles west and six
miles south of the southeast corner of
the Dominion Government Reserve
and about four miles north of Swan
Lake, und marked "I. L S._ N. 10. corner," thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east SO chains to the point of
commencement containing 640 acres
more, or less.
ISAAC   L.   S1LVERBERG,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
Sept.  16th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LANI)  DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Wesley
Sohnleder of Vancouver, B." C, occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about three miles west and six
miles south of the southeast corner of
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
about four miles nortii of Swan Lake,
and marked "J, IV S„ S. E. corner,"
tbenco west 80 enains, ther)ce north SO
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
soutl, st) chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more
or less.
JOHN  WESLEY
Jonathan
Sept.  1G tli. 1910.
KIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District Of Cariboo.
lOtloe that William lioodfellow
Westminster, I i.e., occupation
nan, inieiuls lo apply for permls-
purchase t':e following described
Commencing at a posi planted
ten miles west and one nine
of   the   southeast   corner  of   the
Clerk, intends to
lo purchase the
lands: Commenci
about eighteen i
miles soulh of tl
the  Dominion
PEACH
TAKE i
of New
Gentlen
sion to
lands;
about
suutli
Dominion    Government    Reserve,    ami
about   live   miles   nortii   of   the   Upper
Pouee Coupe River, and marked "W, G.,
S.W.   corner,"   ihcnce   north   SO   chains,
thence east  SO  chains,  thence soulh  SO
chains,   tiience   west   SO   chains   to   the
point of commencement, and containing
u'40 acres more or less.
WILLIAM   GOODFELLOW.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 13th, 1910.
I'EACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George Walter Chat-
win of Port Hammond, B.C., occupation
Farmer, intends to apply for permission
to   purchase     the   following     described
lands:   Conimencing   at   a   post   planted  south   of
about ten miles west and one mile south  Dominion
of the southeast corner of the Dominion' about   fo
PEACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   James     Augustus
llroberg of Vanoouver, B.C., occupatn
PEACE
TAKE
of Valid
intends
chase tin
apply  for permission
lollowing  described
ig   ai  a   post  planteu
iilos   West   und   eignt teen  ,
e  southeast comer ol   the   s
vcrninent   Reserve,   in  Govel
RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
i listriot of Cariboo.
i,tiie,- that  Elizabeth  Douglas
iver, !'..i\, oooupatlon spinster,
apply for permission to pur-
ollowing descrined lands; Coni
ne,ie
the vicinity of Cut Hank River, a tributary of I'iue River, and marked "J. A,
B., N.E, corner," thonce south SO chains,
thence west SO enains. thonce nortii Su
chains, thence east SO chains to the
point of commencement, containing bio
acres  more or less.
JAMES AUGUSTUS  BROBERG,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Carilioo.
TAKE notice that (ie.rgo Henry
Heath ul Vancouver, 13. ('., occupation
Clerk, intends tn apply for permission
to   purchase   the   following     desoribed
ing  at  ;
les  w
itheas
Government
miles norlh
River, and m
thenee  west
chains,   then
si.mil   sii  oh.
mencement   i
or  less.
i post planled about loiir-
est ami one mile south uf
i corner of tiie linminiuu
Reserve, ami about tour
of ihe Upper Pouee Coupe
arki'il "E, I'.. S E. corner,"
80 chains, thence north so
ee oast so chains, Ihenco
iiins In Hie point of coni-
•niuaii'ing   640   acres   morc
l.'oi
about
mencing
t   miles   \
the   south
Governm
r   miles   i
ml
ut li
ilantei
mile.
of   tie
:l POSt '
ami twt
corner
Reserve,     anil
of   tlle    l'|i|inl
Government Reserve, and ahout live i'ouce Coupe River, and marked "G, 11.
miles north of Hie Upper Pouee Coupe it., ,\. \v. corner," tiience east SO chains,
River, and marked "G. W. C., N.W. cor- thence south SO chains, thence west so
ner," tlicnce east SO chains, thence chains, thence north SO chains to tlio
south SO chains, thence west so eliains, point of commencement, containing Bio
thence north  SO chains  to the point ot acres more ur less.
ELIZABETH   DOUGLAS,
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept. l ith, 1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Liistrict of Curiboo.
TAKE notiee lhat William Lawrence
Proctor of Vancouver, li. C occupation
Clerk, intends lo apply lor iiermission
lo pureiiase the following described
lands; Commencin at a cost planted
about three miles south and one mile
west of ihe southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, and
miles nnrth of Swan Lake,
"W. 1.. I'., S. E, corner,"
so chains, Ihenee north SO
,e east SO chains, tnence
ains tn ilic point of coni-
containing   lilti  acres  more
'A  i;,
I:,.
commencement, and containing 040 acres
more or less.
GEORGE   WALTER   CHATW1N.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  13th,  1910.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Edwin Milliken of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Commercial
Traveller, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about twenty miles west and eiglu
miles south of the southeast corner ol
the Dominion Government Reserve, in
the vicinity of Cut Bank River, a tributary of pine River, and marked "E.
M„ N.W, corner," thence east 80 chains,
thence south SO chains, thence west su
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
point of commencement, containing 6-lu
acres more or less.
EDWIN   iMiLLlKEN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LA.VD  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE notice lhat Josephine Milliken
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Married
Woman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Comnieneing at a post planted
about twenty miles west and eight miles
south of the southeast coruer of the
Dominion Government Reserve, in the
vicinity of Cut Bank River, a tributary
of Pine River, and marked "J. M., S.W.
oorner," thonce nortii SO chains, thence
east SO chains, thenoe south 80 chains,
thence west 80 eliains to the point oi
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JOSEPHINE  MILLIKEN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1910.
GEORGE  HENRY   HEATH,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 13th, 1010.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Phoebe Loretta
Willett of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Married Woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing ai
a post planted about fourteen
miles west and two miles
soutli of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, ami
about three miles ninth of the Upper
I'ouce Coupe River, and marked "P. L.
W„ X. W. corner," thonce east SO
chains, thence soulh SO chains, thence
west SO chains, thence nortii SO chains
lo the point ot coinmencem.ent containing 040 acres more ur less.
PHOEBE LORETTA  WILLETT,
Jonathan   Graham,   Agent.
Sept.   14th,  l'JIO.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Lelha Cline uf Vancouver, B.C., occupation Married .. o-
man, intends lo apply for permission to
purchase tlio following described lands:
Commencing at u post plant.d about
seventeen and a half miles west and
nine miles south of the southeast cornet
of the Dominion Government Reserve,
in the vicinity of Cut Bank River, a
tributary of Pine River, and marked
"L. C, X.E. corner," thencu west Su
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
east SO chains, thence nortii 80 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres  more or less.
LETI1A  CLINE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th, 1910.
about sevi n
and  marked
thence wesi
,-liains,   thei
soutli   SO   el
mencement
or  less  .
WILLIAM
LAWRENCE    PROCTOR,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 15th. 1910.	
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Howard Pennel
Proctoi of Vancouver. I:. ('*, occupation
Clerk, intends to apply ior permission
to i urchase the following described
lands. Commencing at a post planted
about five miles south and one mile
ivest of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, and
about five miles north of Swan Lake,
and marked "11. P. 1'., N. W. corner,"
thenoe soutli SO chains, tnence east 80
chains, thenoe north >s0 chains, thence
west SO chains to the point of commencement containing 610 acres moio
or  less.
HOWARD   PENNEL   PROCTOR,
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept.   15th,   l'JIO.
and marked "J. P., S. 10. corner,' tnence
west 80 chains, tlicnce north So chains
thonce east SO chains, thence south 10
ehains to the point of oofntnencemenl
containing 640 ncres more oj- less
JAMES  PARK,
Jonathan Graham, \gm ■
Sept.   13th.  l'JIO.
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT"
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alfred Barker ol
Vaneouver, i:. c, occupation Mechanic
intends in apply [or permission to purchase Hie following desoribed u .
Commencing at u post planled
about eleven and a hall miles
soutli und ten miles west „;
lhe southeast corner of (be Dominion Government Reserve, and about
seven miles in a westerly il ;. • V
from Swan Lake, and marked
N. E. corner," thence west mi
tiience south SO chains, thence e
chains, thence north 80 chains
point of commencement containing mo
acres more or less.
ALFRED .BARKER,
Jonathan Giuliani, Agent
Sept.   13th,   1910.
I'EACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Sarah Sutherland
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Married
Woman, Intends to upply foi permission
to purchase the following
lands; Commencing at a ;,,,..;
about twelve miles west and tl
south of ihe southeast corner
Dominion Government Reset
the vicinity of the .\'or:„ Fort
I pper I'ouce Coupe River, and
"S. S,, N.E. corner," ;."...,.
chains, thence south SO ( uni
cast 80 chains, thence north
to the point of commencement
ing  040  acres  more  or  less.
SARAH   SUTHERLAND
Jonathan Grahanf, .Ige
Sept. 13th, l'JIO.
-.'.Lil-l'i!
planted
i, _]l!..s
Of   I.'.e
]li_l'__U
W.51 SU
■, Ui.lW.
■a chains
euiiuun-
PEACE   RIVER   LANI)   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai George Chapman of
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation Machinist,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice    that   Herbert Dale   of
Vancouver,  B.C., occupation  Gentleman,
intends to apply for permission to pur- intends to apply   for l
chase   the   following     described   lands; chase   lhe   following
Conimencing   ul   a   post   planted   about Commencing  al  a   pof
eight miles west and one mile south ot fourteen miles west ai
the  southeust   corner  of   the   Dominion of  the  southeast  corn
Government    Reserve,    and  about five I'm Government     Res
miles north   of  thu  Upper Police Coupe   lour   miles   north   of
River, and marked "11. !)., S.W. corner,    Coupo  River, and  mar
thence east  80 chains,  thence  north  80 corner,"   llience   east
ohains,   tiience   west   SO   chains,   thence suutli  80 ehains,  tliitu
south   80   chains   tu   the   point   of  com- ihenco  nortli   SO  chain
mencement,  and  containing    6-10  acres oommenoement    conn,
ermission
o pur-
described
lands:
t   planted
about
.1  one mill
south
■r   of   the
ininin-
eve.     and
about
Hie   Upper
Pouee
ted "(i. C,
X. w.
40   chains,
thence
e   wesi   Sll
chains,
-i   to   the   |i
mil   uf
ii ing     640
acres
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
liistrict of Cariboo,
TAKE noiice that Dorothy Linton
Proctor of Vanoouver, B.C^, occupation
Spinster, intends in apply for iiermission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about five
miles soutli und unc mile west of
the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and about five
miles north of Swan Lake, and marked "D. L. P., S. W. corner," llience east
80 chains, llience north SO eliains,
thenee west 80 chains, thence south SO
eliains to the point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more oi less.
DOROTHY   LINTON   PROCTOR,
Jonathan  Graham,   Agent.
Sept.  15th,  1910.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE nutice that George B,  Proctor
of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation  Clerk,
inieiuls to apply fur permission tn pur-
following   described     lands:
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Reginald C. Creer
of Vancouver, H.C, occupation Manner,
Iniends to apply for permission to purchase thu lollowing described land'
Conimencing ut a post planled about
eighteen miles west and six miles soul:.
ot the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, In the Vicinity ol
Cut Bank River, a tributary ol P1M
River, and marked "R. C. C, S.W, corner," thence east su chains, thence
nortii SO chains, thence west Su chains,
thence south SO chains to the point ,o;
commencement, containing 610 seres
more or less.    REGINALD C. CRi.i.K.
Jonathan Graham, Agent-
Sept. 6th, 1910,
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Albert 11. Bennett
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Steward,
Intends to apply for permission to p"
chase   the   following    desciii.nl  m1"'-"
Commencing   at   a   post   planled  about
eighteen miles west and Blx mil''-- BOUlb
of the southeast corner of the Domlnlon
Government Reserve, in the vicinity ot
Cut  Bunk  River,   a   tributary  of    I'""'
River, and marked "A, H. B, N.W, corner,"   theuce     cast   80     Cham*,   thence
south SO chains, thence west SU chains,
thence nortl,  so chuins  to the poim "'
commencement,    containing    64u acres
mure or less.
ALBERT  H.  BENNETT.
Jonathan Graham, Ag-nt
Sept.  0th,  l'JIO.
chase   the
at
( ommenelng
about five
one mile west
oust corner of the
ment Reserve, and
north of Swan Lake
P., N,  Iv corner," tb
llience   SOUtl,    SI)   ell
eliains,   theuee   nor;
point   nl
a      post      planted
miles
soulh
of      the
I),,minion   (
about 'live
ami marked
nee  west  SU
ins, thence
SO   eliains
and
south-
overn-
luiles
G. B,
bains,
I   SO
tn   tlic
ea
SCHNIEDER,
".'iiliam,   Agent.
more or less
Jon
Sept. 13th, 1910,
HERBERT DALE,
ithan Graham, Agent.
more or less.
GEOROE   CHAPMAN,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICI
nisiriet of Cariboo.
TAKE,  notiee   lhat   Annie  Chatwln
Vancouver,   l:.   i.\,   occupation
Woman,   Intends   to  apply  for
sinn to purcliase tho following
ni    lands:     Commencing   at
planted   about   twelve   miles   \
Married
permls.
leserib-
a    post
•st   and
truer
one mile south of the Bouthea
of the Dominion Government Reserve,
In the vicinity of the Nnrth Fork nf the
Upper Pouee Coupe River, and marked
A, c, s. !•:. corner," thenee west su
ohalns, thence north su eliains, thence
cast SO eliains, llience south SO chains
to the point of commenoem'ent containing 040 acres more or less.'
ANNIE CHATWIN,
Jonathan  Qraham,  Agent.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Ellon Rogers ol
Vaneouver, B.C., occupation Preceptress,
intends to upply for pcrinlssion lo purchase the loliowinj; described Hums;
Commencing at a post planted about
eight miles west and one mile south ot
the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and auout rive
miles north of the Upper I'ouce Coupe
River and marked "E. it., N.E, corner,"
thence west 80 chains, thence south So
chains, thence east 80 chains, thenco
nortii 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less. ELLEN ROGERS.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  13th,  1910.
Sepl.   Mill
iu in
,
PEACE
RIVI
:i;
LANI
IHS
Distr
ct
if Co
il
00,
TAKE
Until (
tluil    .1
H'S
Ferguson
of  V
trie.
MIV.'I',
1
:.  ,
Hon First
Offli
or,
inten
Is
In
pei missloi
tn
nu
chase
111"
described
lands
t
omun
IH
ing
Of    tlle    linn
in the vlch
tributary of
A. F„ S.E,
chains, then
oast 80 elm
to the point
Ing 010 acn
Augustus
, occupa-
apply   for
following
al a post
Ighteon inilos west anil
i,lb of the southeast corner
Inion Government Reserve,
ity of Cut Hunk River, a
Pine Itiver, and marked "J,
corner," llience west 80
ce nortii SO chains, thence
ns, tlicnce south SO eliains
of oommenoement contain-
s more or lesa.
Sept  131 ti,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER  LAM)   DISTRICT
Cariboo,
All
District uf
TAKE notice that
Vaneouver,   B,   ('.,   occupation    Genth
man, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
commencing  at   a   post  planted  about
"">*>   ' .   w''Hl  "nd   two   miles   south
ol the southeast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, and about
eight miles ifnrtli of Swan Lake and
mnrked "A. S„ N. E. corner," thence
smith 80 clinins, thence west sn eliuins,
llience nortl, SO chains, thence easl 80
chains to the point
containing 640 acres
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Hazel Horton of
Vancouver, B, C„ occupation Steno-
Selwood or grapher, iniends to apply for permission to purchase the following describod lnnds: (.'ommoncing at a post planted   about  eight  and  a   hull'  miles .south
JAMES   AIIGUSTl'S   FERGUSON,
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Sept.  5th, 1910,	
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Mnrie Cook of
Vancouver, B. C occupation .Married
Woman, Inieiuls to apply for iiermission to purchase the following described  lands:      Commencing at  a  post
md seven miles west of the southwest planted about  fourteen   miles west  and
N.  W.
tbencc
nt  I
Sept.   15th,
ARTHUR SELWODD,
Jonathan Qraham,  Agent.
corner of the Dominion Government
Reserve, and about four miles In a
northwesterly direction from the nortii
end of Swan Lake, and marked "11. II.,
corner," thence soutji 80 clinins.
east SO chains, thence nortii 80
, thenoo west SO chains to the
of commencement containing (140
acres  more or  less.
HAZEL HORTON.
Jonathan Grnhnm, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910.
me mile soutl
of the Domini
and nboul four
per Ponce Cou]
C, N. E. cm
Chains    Ihenee
norlh  Sll  eh tir
I'P-
"M.
sn
lo   Hie   pi
Ing  64'l  I
nu
Sept. 14th,  I 910.
,f the southeast cornor
n  Government   tie.
miles nortii of the
ie Rivor, ami market!
rner,"    ihenee    soutl
wcsl SO clinins, llienci
IS, thence east Sll cbalni
f commencement contain-
i,nro or less.
MARIE COOK,
Jonathan Graham, Agent
ueiio iment   eoniuining   (140
ueies   mure  or  less.
GEORGE   H    PROCTOR,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
Sept   16th, l'JIO.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
Distriei of Cariboo,
TAKE noiioe thul Albert Dickson of
Vancouver, H. (.'., occupation Clerk, Intends lo applv for permission lo pureiiase lhe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planled about
eight and a half miles south and nine
miles west of lhe southeast corner of
the Dominion Government [jtesorve, and
about six miles in a. nortli wosterlv direction from the nortli end of Swan
Luke, and marked "A. !>., S. W. corner,"
thence nortii 80 chains, Ihcnce easl SO
eliains thence south SO chains, llience
west SO chains to tlic point of common,'cmi-iil containing 640 acres more
or less,
ALBERT   DICKSON,
Jonuthan Graham, Agent.
Sopl.   12th,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT,
liistrict of cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Wesley Howey of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Gontloman,
intends to apply for permission to purohnse the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod about
seventeen and a half miles west and
nine miles south of tho southeast corner of Hie Dominion Government, Ro-
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Joseph Cragg «
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Mui'i'10"
intends to apply for permission to pur'
chase tlle following descrloed land"
Commencing at a post planted anon'
eighteen miles west and six miles son"'
of the southeast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, In the vicinity ul
Cut Bank River, a tributary of PWJ
River, and marked "J. C, N.E. corner,
thence west 80 chains, thence south l'1'
cnuins, thence east 80 chains, thence
nortli 80 chains to tho point of oommenoement, containing 640 acres niot-
or less. JOSEPH CRAGG
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept, 6th, 1910.
PEACE   ItlVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Frederick Sullivan
of Vancouver, B.C., oooupatlon Mariner,
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
cbasc the following dcscrilud lands:
Commencing al n post planted about
eighteen miles west and eight >""os
soutli of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, in
the vicinity of Cut Bank River, a tributary of Pine Rlvcr, and marked "F. o.,
S.E. corner," thonce west 80 chains,
tlicnce nortii 80 chains, thence cast SI
chains, thenco south 80 chains to tlifl
point of commencement, containing J111
acres more or less.
FREDERICK SULLI VAN.
Jonathan Graham, Agf'1'
Sept.  5th,   1910.
"peace river land district.
District of Cariboo.
rAKE notice that Ada Ward of Vanoouver, B. C, occupation Spinster, W*
tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing nl n post plnnted aboul one
milo south and one mile west of ""'
soul beast corner of the Dominion H"v;
ernment Reserve, and ahout nine mi-b-8
norlh of Swan Lnke, and marked "A. »•'
N.W.   corner,"   thenoe   east   80   chain?
serve. In the vicinity of Cut Hank Rlvcr
a  tributary of  Pine River, and marked  Ihenco "south'8l)Thnliis,  tiience west
"W.   II.,   N.W.   corner,"   thonce   east   SO   ehalns,   llience   null I,   SO   chains   to
eliains,   thence  soutli   80   chains,   th_QCe
west 80 elinlns,  tbencc nortii  80 chains
to the point of commencement, containing O'lO acres  more or loss,
WESLEY   HOWEY,
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Sopt. Oth, 1910,
80  chains  to  I1
point of commencement! containing
aires more or less.
ADA WAR!'
Jonathan   Graham,   Agenl
Sopl. 16th, 1910.
1st Insertion of notices on this page .Inn PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
i'AKE notice ibat Henry  Jamos Croniio ot
noouver, B.C.. Iiirmer, intends io    apply
permission to purchnso tin, following ties-
fed lands:    Commencing at a post plant-
En the nortli bank ot  Halfway  river ab-
^^_j -i) ebaius soutli of the till,Milo post cs-
'■'Sfblishcd  on   Hie   Nortli   West   Mounted    I'o-
i-   |B trail  between  Kort St..   John  and   Port
3'-;{Vabalii.  ll.C.  posi   nursed   11.J.C. S W .or
.'Sir. Illeliee ini elmins norm:  Micnce so , liuins
MtSt:  thenee about Mi eliuins soutli  to lillll-
<f«iy  rher;   ilieiiee  meandering  said  rlvcr  up
•tNBiu   ill  a  westerly  diieciion  to   point   of
_H-fini'ii"etiieut,   containing   ■*,,,,)   acres    more
HENRY   JAMES  CROMIK.
1.   Hlln.
I'EACE  RIVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
L .:>> Dislriel ol Cariboo.
,-TAKK  nnliee  Him   .liiiaes  Croiaie,  ol  Vnn-
'OOUVer.   II.C,  in eountaiit,  intends  lo     apply
for pel'lllissioli  in  piiieliu'se tile  following -IB*
Wlbeil  liii'ds:     Coiuliieiiciiig ut  u  pos". jilanl-
. .M   nliol.t 'III   ellliius   moth ol   OU-Mile   post es-
SHbllshi'd on tne Nortii West  Mounted I dice
■Mtnil  between Port St.  John and Fort '..i_.-
fQin,   B.C.,   north  ol   Hnllway   river,     post
larked   J.C  S W  corner,   tlicnce  1-0   clmins
Wprlh:    thenee  M,  chain,, east:     I'iitco   Hu
-hiiins south;  llience 80 eitnins Wilt lo point
%l    eomnieneenietit,    containing      ''"IO it' res
■ or less. JAMES  GP.OMll.,
ptrmber  Hi.   11)10,
PKACK  ItlVKIt   I.AND   DIVISION.
[District ol Cariboo.
TAKK nolice Ihnt Alexander  Edwards,   ol
'nueouvi'i',  ll.C,  manager  intends  io  apply
ir periuOsiou to luii'i'liase lhe following ilcs-
.neil  Inn.Is:   Commencing ni  ii  poet  plant-
PKACK RIVElt LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
'I'AKE notice that George 'runs-.11 of
couver,  H.L., salesiaan, luienus to appl
permission  la pui-iiuse.   luu   lullowing
-riueu lands;   Commencing at a pom p
cd one mile west anu one mile suum
a   point   wnere   tlic    Until   base-lmc    ci
Hear Kiver and about a nines iiu.lh
Swan   or  Sueser   luko,   post   mai'Ki d
is W  coruer, tnence  no eliuins buu.u;   t
bu eliains nasi  to  Hear river,  thenco  i
dering said  river uown  streum  in  a  n
i-iiy  direction  to a  point about   Mi   c
easl ol Initial post;  meiice uuu.t 00 e
west  to point ol  coiiuneiicenie.il,  conia
u,o acres more or less.
(ii.OltliK TUN STA
October 7,  I'.lln.
Vnn-
y i'ur
uen-
1.IM ,
Iron,
osses
ll-i.iu
ii. i .
Ili'liee
III-IIU-
illllllg
I,:..
PKACK RIVEK  LAM) DIVISION.
DisXI'ict 01 Uarlbuo.
TAKE notion "taai Joiiu Uali lilusliun, oi
Vancouver, B.C., salesman, iiitcnus to apply ior permission to p„rcnusc in. lollow-
1,1.. uescribcU lands: Commencing at a posi
planted 8 milea wesi and 6 mii.s so.ita
irom where tne -Dili base line crosses Bear
river and one milo west trom a
post marked Frank Begg's north
west corner, planted on Grand Prairie and Ponce Coupe wagon road,
and ahout _., miles nortn west Irom
uortu west1 ecu ol Swan LaKe or Sucker
LaKe, llience Ml claims west; ineace io
enains souln; tlicnce Mi clinins eusi; tlicnce
'iu cnuins nortli to point ol commencement,
containing __u neres moro or leB_. l'ost
marked j.U.U. N E corner.
JOHN   UALI,  GLASHAN.
October 7.  I'.iin.
PEACE  IUVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKR notice that John Louis
Schroder, of Vancouver, l.t. C, real
estate agent,- intends to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a
po.,t juuuieii ou norm bank ol uahway
ituer aoout J-nule sontb ol til Mile post,
estunlisli-d on lue Norlnwesl Alu.-Ii'.ed Cola'.' trail between Kurt Si. John und Kort
(indium. ll.C, post marked .I.I..S. S I. curlier, tnence bO cnuins north: thonce Mt
ennins west; thenco ubotit 00 eliains south
to Hallway river; tiience meandering said
river down siream In an easterly uirootion
to point ol coiiiiiieuceiiieiii, contulaing ISti
neres more or less.
JOHN   1,01'IS  SCHKoliKlt.
September 17,   1010,
PEACE  ItlVKIt  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE notico tbat .lohn Ferguson ol Vancouver, B.C., real ootato broker, iniends to
apply Ior permisaion to purchase tho following described lunds: Commencing at a post
piant'd - miles nortli and one mile east
Irom a point on Halfway river at 00-Milo
post on North West Mounted Police trail
botween 1'ort St. John und Kort Graham,
B.C.; .tbencc su ohains north; thenci; SO
eliains east: ihenee SO clinins south; thonco
Kb eliains west lo point ol commeocomnnt,
containing O'lO acres more or less. l'ost
mnrked  ,I.K. S \V corner.
JOHN   KKRIil'SON.
Soptomber lo, 1010.
!V.„"nor.h"i.'mi' 2 mile; wesi Irom a   ———
P,a  '"'"'.i.n'fw-'v river nl   UU-Mllu post  on
te0W.     Mcimled   Police   trail    botween
o"im   "'  . , ...   |.'o,-l   Indium.    H.  I ..
.,""   S80 chains north:    tbencc  80   chuins
^"'"'.i „e     mi    clmins south;  thenoe   M)
u ■ ■-_! JM-H________-_________-__--------..-----.-.-
■vest;   t
;v'"',:  ""-',"in uoint ol oommonoement, con-
III"    till) acres more or less. I'ost marked
lA.K S K corner.  fvTjEXANDER EDWARDS.
September 10,  10101      	
TA
couvi
tor p
ribed
pEACE RIVER l"ANI) DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
it m.iiie tlmt  Robert  Drndrn of Van-
.0.gentleman,   Intends   to '-
apply
■..;,„ i„ nurcnn.c the following des-
""•""m."    Commencing at a  post plant-
ed  1
mib
■s nortii
river
cd  !''
at   1
ollco
ib-M'do
trail. '
Port
(In
tbelli
.,.   Sl
I'omi
fl
point on Hallway
,l0Si  mi  Nortli  West Moun-
etween  Kort   St.  John nnd
ihrnc," Ml chuins north;
.est:     tbencc    80   chaias
chains east  to  poinl   ol
ontninlng    6.0 acres moro
lad lt.lt. S E corner.
HOllKlt'P Hit \DKN.
'.) ID.
ished
md   I'
iiinin
I   lcil:
Sepl
I'KACE  RIVEU  I.AND  DIVISION.
Districl ol Cariboo.
,E notice that Oeorge Wright ol Van-
r.  ll.C, accountant, Intonda to   apply
■emission to purchase the lollowing drs-
laiuls:   Conuncnclng at a   post plant-
miles south  trom  (Pi-Mile  post  estllb-
on Police trail between Kort St. John
on Qraham. B.C." and 2 miles south
Halfway river: thence Ku chains cast;
mi  chains  north;     tlicnce   Ml  chains
Ihenee  Mil  chains   soutl,   to   polnl   ol
laeiuent.  oontalnlng  6-tn  acres    more
;.    l'ost marked HAV.  S W corn"r.
GEORGE WRIGHT,
mber  17.  l'JIO.
I'EACE RIVKR LANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TIKE notice that Thomas  Dickson  Archi-
d.d I'urves. ot Vaacouver. B.C, manager,
.'..ends to apply for permission J.o purchaso
tin   lollowing  described   lands:    commencing
• a post planted 'A miles myth and 2 miles
.. -!S1 from juactlon ol depress Creek and
Halfway Kiver, near 76-Mllia post oo North
Weat Mounted Police trail between Kort
I'l.aham and Port St. John, B. C,
tiience 80 chains west; thence 80
chains south; thence 80 chains east;
thence 80 chains north to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less. Post marked T.D.A.P.
N.I.. corner.
I'lliiMAS DICKSON  ARCHIBALD  I'UKVES.
s..|.",nil„.r .ft,   l'JIO.
PEACE  ItlVKIt  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Wilson ol Van-
It ''.. gentleman,    intends    lo apply
mi to purchase the lollowiag des-
t'ninmcncing nt a post  plant-
■   norlh   and 2   miles   west   from
Hallway   River  at  66-MI1.  post
'   Mounted   Police    trnil,   be-
liiha aad  Kort i iridium, B.
twins  west;   theaee about 80
'.llL*   ■ Halfway river, thenoe menn-
"h._    ■ down stream in an caster-
dlreetlon I i     point hi, chaias south ol
Hll chains north to point
ii'r,t,   containing    640 *acrcs
l'osl  marked WAV. N K. .'or-
W ILL 1AM   WILSON.
initial post;
ol   commence
more or less,
ner.
September
PEACE! Ill. IOR  LAND Dl\ ISlo:,.
Disirici oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice mat Aloxander Jeffrey Gamble, ol Vancouver, B.C., freight agcui, intends to apply ior pormisBion to purchase
the following described lauds: Commonoing
ul n post pointed - mllea nortli . nil one
mile weht irom pinitioii ol Cypreas Crecic
and Hallway river, near 71-.Mile poBt oa tlic
.North West Mounted Police trail beisveen
Kort St John ami Fort liral.au,. B.C.. post
marked A. J. O, S. 10. cornor; thence
80 chains nortli; thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains east to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
,  AL....AND1.R JEFFREY CAM11IK.
September 21,  IKIU.
PKACK  RIVER  i  '-ION.'
Disirici of Oarlbooy*
TAKK notiee that Winnie Shangcr ol
Campnlgn, III., U.S.A., married woman, intends to apply for iiermission to purohaso
the lollowing described lands: Comnieneing
at n poal planted .". miles east and J-mile
north Irom a poinl on Hnllway river, nbout 20 clmins south ol Miie post 60 on
'•niili Wesi Mounted Poliee trnil, between
Fori    St.  John    and    Kort  Graham,  B.C.
II '-   sii     elmins     easl;      tbencc   SO  chuins
o Ih; thenco mi elmins west; thenee Ml
'nii-. north to point ol commencement,
containing Oil) ncres more or less. Post
in 'iked  U.S.   N W  corner.
WINNIE  SHANGER.
September -Jl   1010.
PKACK  ItlVER  I.AND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice (but James Richmond, ol
Prince llupoi't, B.C.. butcher, intends 10 ap'
I'l) for permission lo purchase the lollow-
.. deacrlbed lands: Oommonolng nt a post
I ated 5 miles cast and 12 miles south
tram n point on north bunk ot Hallway rl-
i'ci about 2u chains south ol liu-Mile
I'" I on Nortli ' West Mounted Police Irall between Kort St. John and Fort
Hi..ham, B. 0., thence 80 chains
''ast; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains west; thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Post marked J.It. N.W. corner.
JAMES   RICHMOND.
Si member 21,  llllo,
PKACK RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Gilbert Hannah ol Vancouver, B.C, iiccoiintiint, Intends to npply
'or permission to purchase, tho lollowing des-
I'rlhod laniiii; Commonoing at. a post planted 2 miles north and one milo enst Ilium a
point on Halfway river al 60-Mllo post oil
'■/nth Wesi Mounted Police trail botwwn
Port Sl. John and Kort Graham, H. 0.,
thenco mi ehulns cast: • thenee Ml chains
soulh; llience Ml ehulns west: thence SU
'liains norlh to point ol commencement,
'ontninlng MO ncres morn or loss, I'ost
marked (I.II. N w corner.
(KLDERT  HANNAH.
Soptomber id, llliii.
PEACE  RIVER  I.AM)  DIVISION,
liistrict ul Cariboo*
TAKK notice thut James William Robinson, of Vancouver, B.C, aaleaman, intends
lo apply lor permission lu purchase lhe lollowing described lands: Commencing at a
pu.t planted ti miles south and _ mile's west
from where the Sloth base line crosses Bear
river and :l miles south and one mile west
Irom a post marked Fraak Begg's nortl.
west corner, and about ill miles west from
north west end oi Swan or Sucker lake
thence HU chains west; tlieocc Mi chains nortl,
thence NU chains cast; tlicnce Ml chailis
south to point of commencement, containing t'.-tu acres more or less. Post marked
.1.IV'.U. S K, cornel.
JAMES  WILLIAM  ROBINSON.
October S,   HHu.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Duncan Mac-
Donald, of Vancouver, B. L'., purchasing agent, intends to apply for
permission to purchase tne following
described lands: Commencing at a
post plained li miles soulh and J miles
west Irom where the 20th base line crosses
Bear river, and A miles soulh and 1 mile
west Irom a post marked Frank Begg's
north west corner, planted on Grand Prairie
and Ponce Coupe wagon road and
about 3} miles west from north
west end of Swan or Sucker Lake,
thence 80 chains east, thence 40
ehains north; thence 80 chains west;
thence lu chains south to poir.t ol commencement, oontalnlng il-.) acres more or
less,     l'ost marked  D.M.  S E• corner!
DUNCAN  MacDONALD.
October S,  HHU.
.    I'KACE  RIVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
District o! Cnriboo.
TARE nolice that Aloxander Fialny McDonald, of Victoria, B.C.. clerk. Iniends to
apply for iiermission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planled '.I miles south Irom where the _uth
Base line crosses Benr river aad six miles
soutl, and one mile east trom a post marked Frank llegg's north west corner, plant ed
on Grand Prairie and Ponce Coupe wagon
road, and about one mile south west Irom
the south \ est end ot Swan or Sucker lake,
tlicnce Ml ehnins south: tlicnce Mi chains
west; thenc, Sn chains north: thenee Mi
chains easl io point ol commencoment, containing 040 acres morc or less. Post marked
A.F.M. N K corner.
A._..X..NDI.R FINI.AY  McDONAI.D.
October 8, 1010.
PKACK  RIVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK. notice that Kliznhetl, llitl ol Vancouver. B.C., married woman, intends lo np-
oly for permission lo purohaso the following described lands: Conimencing at a post
planted 8 mllos south from where the -mil
buse line crosses Bear river, and five miles
south und one mile east, from a post marked Frank Begg's north west coiner, plnnted
on Grand Prairie and I'ouce Coupe wagon
road, and about |-mlle nortii west Irom
south west end ol Swan or Sucker Lake,
tiience 80 ohalna south; thenee ho chains
west; tlicnce Si, chains norlh; thonQc s"
eliains cast lo poinl of oommoncemcni, containing nl" ucres more or less. I'ost mnrked E.G. N V. corner.    ELIZABETH  HIT'I'-
October X,  1910.
PKACK RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Ki.inces Payne ot Brlgh
ton, England, married woman. Intends io
apply for permission lo purchase lhe lollowing descrihed lands: Commencing at a post
planted :l miles east und I, milea north
from a point on the north bank of
Halfway river, about 20 chains south
of 60-Mile post on Nortii West
Mounted Police trail between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. O.,
thenco 80 ehnins east; thenee 80
chains south; thence 80 chuins west;
thence HU ehains norlh to point ol eoiu-
lucuccmcnt. eontaining 040 ncres more or
less.     Post marked  P.P. N W corner.
FRANCES  PAYNE.
September, 21,   lillll,
PEACE  RIVER LANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolice lhat John Mncl.enn ot Vancouver, B.C., salesman, Intends to npply for
permission lo purchase lhe following described lauds: Commencing at it post plnnted oile mile north Irom n poinl on Hnllway river at 00-Mllo post on Norlh West
Mounted Poliee trull, between Fori Sl. .lohn
und Fort Graham, B.C.. ihenee 80 chains
north; thence Sll chuins wcsl; llience SU
ehnins south; thence Su eliains cast to point
of oommenoement, containing 040 ncres mon,
or .less,   l'ost marked J.M. S E corner.
JOHN   MncI.EAN*.
.September  Id,   1010,
PKACK  KlVKRi LAND  DIVISION.
District ol CaeibOp.
TAKK notico lhat Lillian Hall of Vancouver, H.C, spinster, intends to npply ior
permission to purchase lhe following described lands: Commencing at a post planted oa lhe south bank ot Hallway rlvcr, -1
inilcii westerly— from junction if cypress
(.'reek und Halfway river, llience SO chains
west; Hu lice su chains north; th.uice about
40 chains enst lo Halfway river: thence
meandering said river, down stream in a
south easterly direction lo poinl ol commencement, containing 480 acres more or
less, l'ost marked I..11. S E corner. , .
LILLIAN  'HALL.
Septcmbor 2;i,  I'.Hn.
nit IS1I
■ Id
PEACE   LIVER  l.A
Distnei  of (
TAKE notice thai George Bell
couver, B.C., uianngi r, Intra I. lo
permission to purohnao the lolloj
orlbod lauds: Commencing at a post iilanted 2j miles south ami one mile inst Irom
Gil Mile poat nstabliallod on Poliee trail to-
tween Kort St. Johu and Fori Graham, II.
C, and aboul 2 miles south of lhe Halfway
river, thence Mi elmins east; thenco SO
chuins soulh: thenee 80 chaias vvc.t; thenee
so chains north to polnl .,i commencement,
containing 040 ncres more or less. Post
marked 11.11.  N W cornel'.     GEORGE BELL.
Soptomber 20,  1010.
PKACK.  RIVKR   LAND   DIVISION.
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Barrett, of
Vancouver, II.1.'., team-Iii', Intends to apply
Ior permission to purchase the lollowing
descriiicd lauds : Commencing at a post
planted 2 miles cast and I', miles BOUth
from 1'iii-Milc post on North West Mounted
Poliee trail, between Fort Si. John and
Kort Graham, B.C.. thonoo ">o tliaina coat!
thence nboul ii" chains soutl) in llnllivny
river; ihcnce meandering Bald rlvcr up
stream in n westerly direction in a point
about lo ohalna south of initial post; thence
•In chains nortii to point of commencement,
containing 480 acres more or less. Posi
mnrked W.B.  N W corn.',1.
WILLIAM   BARRETT.
St.ptom.or '-'".  I'H".
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION".
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
Take notice that Richard Charles
Edwards Miller, of Vancouver, B. C.
occupation salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchase . ■ the
following described lands;
Commencing at a. post planted two
miles north from a point on Halfway River, at CC mile post, on N.W.
Mounted Police trail between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. C,
thence 80 chains nortli, thenco 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west to point of
commencement, and containing C40
acres more or less. Post marked R.
O. I.. M.'s S. W. corner.
RICHARD CHARLES  EDWARDS
Mil.I,bllt.
September 10, 1910.
PKACK  RIVKR   LANI)  DIVISION.
Dislrict  of Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat Herbert Colliding Wilson, oi Victoria, B.C., merchant, intends to
apply for permission to purohaso Ihe following described lands: Commonoing at a post
plantod 3 miles west and one mile suuth
irom where the 2utn base line crosses Bear
river, and one mile west aud iwo miles
nortli irom" a post marked Frank Begg's
nortii west corner, plantod ou Grand Prdlrla
and I'ouce Coupe wagon road, and 1 mile
south ol the Peace River Block conveyed by
the Province of B.C.. lo the Dominion government, .ind about a/jailes north west Irom
north wcsl end,of Swan or Sucker Lake,
thence M, chains south: thence su ehalns
enst; theuce 80.eliains north;, thenco Hu
I'luiin. west to 'point of commencement, containing t'.br aores more or less. Post mark.
cd  ll.ll.W.  N W corner.
HERBERT COPLDlNti   WILSON.
October 7.   HIIO.
I'KACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
'       ' District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice Hint Johfi Henry Cocking,
of Vnncouver. B.C.. manager, inteada to apply for pormisslon to puichnse the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about -lo chains north and SO chains
enst of lii'-mile post ou tlle Northwest Mounted Police trull between Fori St. John aad
Kort Graham, B.C.: north of Halfway river
post marked J.IPC. SW corner, thonce 8u'
chains north; thenco so chains eaBt; theaee
Su chains south; thence su chuins west to
point of commencement, eoniuining filo acres more or less, l'osl mnrked J.H.C. SW
coiner. JOHN HENRY COCKING.
September   ll'..   I'.lln.
l'EACK  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District nl ( ariboo.
TAKE notice tlmt Wain.' Wood, ol Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends to apply
lor permission to pureiiai... the lollowing Described landa: Commencing at a post planted 51 miles soulh Iron, iiii Mile post established on the Police trail between Fort St.
John and Kort Graham, H.C., and 5 miles
south from the south bank nf Halfway fiver
thonce Sll chains easl; thenee Ml 'eliains
north; tiience sn chains nest; thence So
chains south to point of commencement, con-
taining OP, ncres more or less, i'ost marked W.W. SW corner. WALTER WOOD
September 20, 1010.
PEACE  RIVKR  LAND   DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Ivor Ferguson of Prince
Rupert, B.C., timekeeper, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted a miles eust und 2; miles south from a
point on north bunk of Halfway river, about 2o clinins south ol Do Mile post on
North West Mounted Police trail, between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham,
B. C, thence 80 chains cast; thence
80 chains south; tiience 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north to
point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less. I'ost marked I.K. N W
corner. IVOR  FERGUSON.
September 21,   Hill).
PEACE  RIVER  LANI)  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Georgia Webster, of
Colchester, England, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commeneing
at a posi planted :l miles cast and li|
miles north from a point on Halfway river
aboul 21) chailis south of 60-Mlle post established on Police trail between Kort St.
John and Fort Graham, B.C., post marked
G.VV. S W corner, thence SO chains north:
thence SO chains east; thence su chains
south: thence So chains west to point ol
commencement, containing (iln acres more
or less. GEORGIA WEBSTER.
Soptomber '.In,  I'.Hu.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Kredcrick Edward Pent-
ley, ot Vaneouver, B.C., teamster, Intends
to apply for iiermission to purchase the following descriiicd lands: Comnieneing al a
post planted on north bank ol Halfway
river, near junction of Cypress Creek and
Halfway river, aboul 60 chains soulh from
72-Mile post on Police trail, hetween
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.
t'., thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains west; thence about CO
chains south to Halfway river;
ihenee moandoring said river down stream,
in un easterly direction to point of commencement, containing "ni" acres morc or
less. Post  marked F.E.B,  S I. cornor.
FREDERICK   HOWARD   IlKNTLEY.
September 22,  I'.Ho.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION'.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Wilniout Vey-
sei of Vancouver, B.C., accountant. Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commonoing at a
post planted 2 miles north from Junction
of Cypress Creek and Halfway river and about ,1J miles north of 72-
Mile post on the Nortli West Mounted Police trail, hetween Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. C,
post marked C.W.V. S W corner, thenee Su
chains north: thence SO chains east: 'thence
So eliains south: thenee 8<) chains west to
point of commencement, containing 640 ac-
roa more or less.
CHARLES Wil,MONT VKVS..Y.
September 22, nun.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DIVISION*.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai denies llanslip ol Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends to apply
for permission lo purchase the following described lands: Commencing aT a post planted IJ miles north .and 2 miles east from a
point on north bnnk of Halfway river, about 20 chains south ol I.') Mile post on
North West Mounted Police trail between
Fort St. John and Fort. Graham, Tt.C,
thenee SU chains north; thence 80 chains
west; tiience Sll chains south; thence RO
chains east to point of commencement, con-
tniuinir 'till acres more or less. Post marked
C.H. S E corner.
CHARLES   HANSLIP.
September IS.  I'.lln.
PEACE KIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles William Gciger
of Victoria. B.C., clerk, intends to apply
Ior iiermission to purchase the lollowing described 1 .nds: Commeneing at a post planted A miles west from where the 2Dth base
lino crosses the Bear river, nnd one mile
west and A miles north Irom a post marked Frank Begg's north west, corner, planted
■on the Ornnd Prairie and Ponce Coune wa-
con road and about 6 miles nortii west
from north west end oi Swan or Sucker
Lake ; thence S. chains south: Hence SO
chains west; thence 80 chains aortn; thence
80 chains east to point ol commencement.
containing 6-0 acres more or less. Post
marked C.W.O.  north enst  corner.
CHARLES  WILLIAM GEIGER.
October 7.  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Joseph Francis MacKinnon, of" Vancouver. B.C., salesman, intends to npply for permission to purcliase
the following described landa: Commencing
nt a post planted on the soutn bank oi
Halfway river, about }-milc south and one
mile cast from miie post 66, established en
the Police trail between Fort St. John nnd
Fort Graham. B.C., thence (ID chains south;
thenee SO chains east; theaee ,-n chaias
rorth to Hallway river; thence moandoring
said river up stream ia a westerly direction to point ol commencement, containing
600 ncres more or less. Post marked J.F.
M. N IV corner.
JOSEPH  FRANCIS MacKiNNON
September 17. 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  I.AND  DIVISION.
Dislrict  of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice thai Arthur LInnell ol Vancouver, B.C., checker, iniends lo apply for
permlBBlon to purchase lhe lollowing <!-s-
eribeil lands: Commencing nl a post pinnt"
ed U miles soutli nnd one mile easl from
the HO Mile posi, established on Police trnil
between Fort St. John and Fori Graham,
B.C.. aud about I miles BOUth from Hallway river, theuce Mil chains north; thence
80 ehnins easl: Ihcnce sn chains smith ;
ihenee 8U clmiie: west lo point of commencement, containing IPI0 ncres moro or less,
l'ost  mnrked A.I.. s W corner.
ARTHUR  LINNELL.
September 20.   MHO.
PKACK  RIVER  LAND   DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
'PAKE notice thai Gerald Charles Peel of
Vnncouver, ll.C accountant, Intonds lo apply tor permission in purclinsc lie lollowing
described lauds: Commencing .".I n post
Planted 2J • nobs BOlltll and one mile .est,
Irom I'.feMile post est ibllahed on Police nail
botween Fort Si. John and Fort Graham,
11.G., and 2 inilcs south Irnm Hallway liver, iheine 8,1 chains '.outh: tin nee 80 ohalna
west; ihcnce SO chains norlh: thence su
chuins enst to point of commencement, containing 1140 ncres moro or less. Post marked G.C.P.  N E cornel'.
GERALD CHARLES PERL.
September 20,  PUD.
I'EACE UIVF.ll LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas Foster oi Vaneouver, H.C, teamstei'. Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following descrihed lunds: Commencing al a post planlcl I mi:e west from the confluence of Cypress Creek and Halfway river, post marked T F N K corner: thence so chains west:
thence SO chains soulh: tiience about 60
chains east to Cypress Creek: thence mennderlng said creek down siream in an east-
erly direction to u poini about 10 chains
south nf initial post: thence nbout 4"
chains north lo poinl of commoncemont,
contnining 600 ucres -more or less.
THOMAS  FOSTER,
September 22. l'JIO,
PKACK  RIVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
Dislrict  nl Curiboo.
TAKF ,I,lice Hint William Allien fctohpr,
of Vancouver, HA'., accountant, Iniends to
apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commenolng ut a post
Iilanted ot, the soulh bank ol Hnlfwny river about one mile west from lui-Mile posi
established on Police, trail between Fort St.
John nud Fort Graham, B.C., Post marked W.A.L. NE corner, Ihcnce M, ehnins
soutli; thence 80 clinins west; thence
ahout 80 chains north to Halfway
river; thence meandering said river
down stream in an easterly direction
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
»      WILLIAM ALBERT LETCHER.
Soptomber 17,  l'.iln.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DLSTIlllT.
Districl  ot  Peace River.
TAKE notice thai Kobcr't Luwler, of San
Francisco, Cnl.. P.S.A., horseman, intends
to apply for iiermission to purchaso the following descrihed lands: Commencing at a
post plantod 11 miles norlh from a point
on the Ilulfway rivor about :I2 miles down
stream from the moulh of Cypresa Creek,
theuce south mi chuins: thence ensl Su
chains: thence nortii Su chuins; thence west
su chains to point, of commenooment, coutnining li-IU acres mor" or loss.
ROBERT  I.AWI.l'.U-
Sepl.  20,  1010. James Peltry,  agent.
PKACK lil.VI.R' LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
"TAKE notice that Clare Connors, ol Vancouver, ll.C, warehouseman, intends to apply for permission to purchaso the following deacrlbed binds: Commencing at a post
Iilanted I', mibs south and 2 miles west
from where the 20th base line crosses Bear
river, und S miles south Irom a post marked h'rank Begg's north west corner, planted
on Orand Prnirie and Police Coupe wagon
road, post marked C. C. N E corner, thenco
80 chains south; thence Su chains wcsl ;
thence Sii chains north; thence 8U chains
cast to point of commencement, containing
li lu i,ci'es more or less.
CLARE  CONNORS.
October 8,  I'.Ho.
PEACE  RIVEU  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that John Stevenson ol Vaacouver, B.C., teamster, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post plaat-
ed oa the south bank ol Hnllway river, about li miles north westerly Irom junction
of Cypress Creek and Ilulfway river, thence
so clmins west: thence su chains north :
thenee about lo chains east tc. Hallway rivi r; thence meandering said fiver dowa
stream in a south easterly direction to
point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less. Post marked J.S. S E
corner. JOHN   STEVENSON.
September 23,  1010.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Samuel MacDowel'., of
Vancouver. B.C., hostler, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 2\ miles south Irom 60-Mile post
established on Police trail, bctweea Fort St.
Join aid Fort Graham, B.C., aad about 2
miles south of the Halfway river: thenco
Sn chains south; thenee- 80 chains west ;
thence SO chains north: thence Sl) chains
east to point of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less. Post marked S.M.
N E  corner. SAMUEL  MacDOWELL.
Soptomber 20.  l'JIO.   ■
I'EACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Oarllioo.
TAKE notice that Stanley Davis of Vancouver, B.C., teamster iateds to apply Ior
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted oa north bnnk o! Hallway river about
J-mile west .and SO feet south from 66-Mlle
post, estnblished oa Police trail between
Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham, B.C.,
thence SO chains north; thence 80 chains
east; thence about 80 chaias south to Hallway River, thence meandering said river up
stream in a westerly directioa to point ol
commencement, containing Oln acres more
or less. Post marked S D S W corner.
STANLEY DAVIS.
September 19,  1910,
PEAOE  RIVKlf LANb^DIVISI-aN.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that John Philip MacLarea,
of Vancouver. B.C., real estate agent, intends to apply for permission to purchaso
the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted A miles north from junction ol Cypress Creek- and Hallway River,
and nortli ol 72-Mile post on Police trail,
between Kort St. John and Fort Graham,
B.C , post marked J.P.M. S W corner,
thence SU chains north: tlicnce 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains south; thence
_0 chains west to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less. ,
JOHN  PHILIP MacLAREN.
September 22,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James McLeod ol Vancouver. B.C.. foreman, intends to upply tor
permission to purchnse the following vdes-
crlbed lunds: Commencing at a post planted 1, miles north and 2 mites west from
a point on Halfway river, about 20 chains
soulh of Mile post (10 on North West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John and
Fort Graham. B.C.. thence SO ehnins north;
Ihenee 80 chains west; thenee 80 chains
soiilii: Ihenee SU chains enst to point ol
commencement, eoniuining bin acres moro
nr less.   Posi  marked J.M. SE corner.
JAMES Mi'LKOD.
Septi'inher   I,'.,   I'.HU.
I'KACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat. Samuel George Spend",
nf Vancouver, B.C., muiiuger. Intends to apply Ior pei mission to puiehase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post
Iilanted 2 miles norlh and one mile west
Irom a point on Ilalfwny river at ..-Mile
post on North West Mounted Police trail,
between Kort St. John and Fort Graham.
B.C.. thence So ehains north; thence sd
chains west; ihenee Sn chains south: thenco
Sll ehnins east lo point ol commencement,
containing* 040 acres more or less. I'ost
marked S.U.S. S.E. corner.
SAMUEL GEORGE SI ENCE.
September  IP.  1910,
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK nnliee that Alice Barrett ol London, England, spinster, intends to apply for
pel mission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commonoing at a post planted 'A miles easl from a point on Hallway
river about 20 chains south ot (10-Milo post
established on Police trnil between Fort St.
John and Fort Graham, B.C., post marked
A, B. S. K. corner; thence 80 chains
north; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains east
to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
ALICE  BARRETT.
September 20,  1010.
First insertion above notices Nov. 19. ...44        1.4444 1/       -1.4114-1
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
Take notiee that Lancelot A-hby, of
Duncans, B.C., occupation rancher, intend- to apply for permission to purchase the folk-win? described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
seven miles east and one mile nortii of
the northeast corner of lot 102., Cariboo district, thence running north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thenoe west SO chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres of land more or less.
Nov. 17, 1910.     LANCELOT ASHBY,
declO-f b4 A. B, Fraser. agent.
KORT GEORGE I ivn  DISTRICT
District ol Cariboo.
Take notice that George Hughes, of
Victoria, B. C, occupation cook, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
se en miles east of the northeast corner of lot 1024, Cariboo district! thence
south SO chaius, thence oast 60 eliuins;
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres of land more or less,
Nov. 17, 1910.      GEORGE HUGHES,
declO-f b4. A. B. Fraser, agent
KORT Gi.ORGK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo
TAKK   notice   that   Esther   Kdlund  ot   Seattle.   Wash.,   U.S.A..  stenographer,  intends
to apply for permission to purchase the lol-
luwiiij described land?:   Commencing   in   a
Most     planted    11   miles south ami   l|  miles
west  uf the south enst corner of Lot   17,17,
thence south    -lo chains:      thence   west   8(1
c.Huiiis; thence north 111 chains;  thence   east
wi chains  to point of commencement,   con-
tslnlng 1120 acres ol land.   E.E.'s N E corner- ESTHER EDLUND.
Nov. Mil,   19in.        P. G.  B.  Booeker, agent
KORT GEORGE ' »"n DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Cariboo
TAKR notice that John Thomas Miller,
dr., ol Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.. real estate
agent, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the (ollowing doscribed lands :
Commencing nt a post planted 4J miles
south and 2 miles east ol the south east
corner of Lot 1707, thenee north 40 chains:
ihenee east SO chains; thence south 40
'•hjilna: thenoe west SO chains to point ol
commencement, containing 320 acres ol
land.     J.T.M.'s S E corner.
JOHN TIIOMA- MILLER, JR.
Nov. 30,  1910.       P. G. B. Bodeker, agent
EORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo
TAKE notice ihnt Ann Mullen, ol Seattle,
Wash.. P.S.A.. spinster, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the followin.
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted :l miles south and 1 mile east ol
the south east corner ol Lot 1707, thence
north SO chains; thehee west SU chains ;
thence south St) ehnins: thenco east SO chains
lo point ol commencement, containing 040
acres ol land.   A.M.'s S E corner.
ANN MULLEV.
Nov. 30, 1910.        P. G. B. Bodeker, agent
PORT GWn._tH| " »VT» "'STRICT.
District ol Cariboo
T*KE notice * hM Eva Mae Fletcher, ol
Seattle. Was-., U.S.A.. married woman, intenda to apply for nsmiission to purchase
the follow!-. described landa: Commencing
at a post plnnted about A miles aouth and
one mile enst of the south cast corner of
Lot 1767. thence south SO ehnina; thence
eint 80 chains: thence north 80 chains ;
thence west' SO cha1™ to point nf commencement, containing 640 acres. E.M.F.'s N W
corner. EVA   MAE FLETCHER.
Nov. 30. 8910.       P. G. B. Bodeker, agent
FORT GPOR.IT. ' »"n DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice thnt George B. Baker of Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., real estate ugent, Intends to apply for permiaslon to purchase
the following deacrlbed landa: Commencing
nt a post planted 3 mllea south and I*
miles west of the south east corner of Lot
1767, thence aouth 40 chains; thence east 80
chaina: thence north 40 chnina: thence west
SO chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acree of land. G.B.B.'s N W
corner. GEORGE B. BAKER.
Nov. 30.  1910.        P. G. B. Bodeker. ngent
FORT CEORGB LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct of Cariboo
TAKE  notice  thnt Robert  Evana.  of Seattle,  Wash.,  U.S.A., salesman,  intends   to
apply  Ior  permission  to  nurchaae  the   following described lands:   Commencing   at   a
post planted 3 milea south    and 1)   miles
west ol the Bouth eaat corner of Lot  1767,
theoce  ' north    80 chains;    thence eust   80
chains;  thence south 80 chains:  thence west
80 chaina to point of commencement, containing  640  acrea of land:    U.K.  S W  coiner, ROBERT EVANS.
Nov. .'IO,  1910.        P. G.  11. Bodeker, api'nt
F""~ '-"ini.E LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice that George Scobie, ol Se-
nttle. Wash.. U.S.A., accountant, intends to
npply lor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
poat planted 4j miles south and 2 miles
east of the south east corner of Lot 1767,
thence north 40 chains; thence west SO
chains: thence south 40 chains; Uenc. east
80 chains to point of corameji.vmcnt, containing 320 acrea ol land.
GEORGE SCOIIIE.
Nov. 30,  1910.        P. 0. B.  Bodeker, agent
FORT GEORGE. LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice that Mark Judd, of Seattle,
Wash., U.S.A., lumberman. Intends to apply lor iiermission to purchase the following described lands: Commeacing at a post
planted 3 miles south aad li miles west of
the south enst corner ol Lot 1767, thence
north Sl, chains ; theuce west •_ ol.elns ;
thence soulh So chains: llience cist SO
chains to polo' o! commencement, contnining 64u  acres  ol lund.   M.J.'s '.. E coruer.
MARK  JPDD.
Nov. 30,  191,,.        P. G. M. Bodeker, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice tbat John S. Perky, of Seattle, WaBh., U.S.A., real estate agent, intends to apply tor permission to purchase
the lollowing described lauds: Commeuoing
at a poat planted ut the soutli east corner
ol Lot 1587, tiience north su chaius; thence
east SO chains; thenc south So chains ■
thence west Su chains to poiut ol commencement, containing 610 ucres ol land
J.S.P.'s S W corner.
JOHN S.  PERKY.
Nov- 2H.  1810, p. (;. h. Rodcktr, agent
FORT GEORGE ' 'ND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that Mary Ell.i Lantensehbi-
g«r,- of Seattle. Wash., U.S.A., married woman intends to apply lor permiaslon to
nurchaae the followin,; described lands :
Commencing at a post planted 4 mi!.a south
o! the south cast corner ol Lot 17ii,, thence
south 40 chains; thenee enst SO chains '
thence north 40 ehnins; thence w st 8(1
chalhs to point of coJiimencument, containing 320 neres ol lund..
MARY   ELLA   LANTENSCHL ' GER.
Nov. 80, 11)10,        p. u. B. Bodeker. agenl
First insertion alsiv. notices Doumber -I.
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Robert Michael
Burns, of South Port George, B. C,
occupation hotel-keeper, intends to
apply 'or permission to purcha.se the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe S. E. corner of Lot 925, Cariboo
district; thence west 20 chains;
thence south 20 chains; more or less,
along the eastern boundary of Lot
753, to the Fraser river; tiience in a
northeasterly direction following the
mcanderings of the Fraser river to
point of commencement, containing
20 acres more or less.
ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS.
December 21, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Frederick Tazewell, of Bath, Somerset, Eng., occupation real estate dealer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. corner of D. L. 842; thence
south 48 chains, more or less, to tbe
northern boundary of D. L. 17(i. ;
thence west 80 chains; thence north
48 chains, more or less, to the S.W,
corner of D. L. 842; thence east 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 380 acres, more
or less.     FREDERICK TAZEWELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Hebbing Russell,
of London, E. C, Eng., occupation
solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe N. E. corner of D. L. 842; thence
south 68 chains, more or less, to the
northern boundary of D. L. 1769 ;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 70
chains, mor* or less, to the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river;
thence (ui lowing the meanderings of
the said river up stream, in a westerly direction to the point of commencement, and containing 480 acres,
more or less.
HEBBING RUSSELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Guy Bidwell, of
Bromley, Kent, Eng., occupation
gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commen-ing at a post planted on
the right bank of the Lower Nechaco
river, about 70 chains north of the
i post on the northern boundary of
D. L. 1755; thence south about 70
chains, to the northern boundary of
D. L, 1755; thence east 80 chains ;
thence north about 20 chains to the
right bank of the Lower Nechaco river; thence following the meanderings
of the said river up stream in a
northwesterly direction to point of
commencement, and containing 320
acres, more or less.
GUY BIDWELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Henry Arnholtley
of London, E, C, Eng., occupation
solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe } post on the western boundary
of D. L. 841, thence west 80 chains ;
thenee north 80 chains; thence east 10
chainB, more or less, to tbe right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river ;
thence following the meanderings of
tbe said river down stream in a
southeasterly direction to the N.W.
corner of D. L. 841; thence south
about 25 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 440 acres
more or less.
HENRY ARNHOLTLEY.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Frederic Byrde,
of London, England, occupation mining engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about ten chains west of tbe right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river and
about 80 chains west, and 80 chains
north of the ,' post on the western
boundary of D. L. 841; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres, more or
less. FREDERIC  BYRDE.
November 15, 1910.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice  thnt   Evil   Wagner,  of  Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., stenographer, intends to
apply for permission lo purcliase the following described  lund.'-:    Commencing ut   a post
I'l'iuii-d    I   miles south nud I  mile cast of
lhe south east   cornel' ol   l.ol   I.'".    Ihcnce
north    so    chains;      thenee enst sn ehnins:
llience    south    Su   ehnins:  thence   west   su
chuins  to point  of commencement,  containing 040 acres ol laud.   K.U'.'s S W coracr.
EVA  WAGNER.
Nov. DO,  1910,        P. G. li. Bodeker, agent
KURT GEORGE l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District uf Curiboo.
TAKE notice tlml l.loyd Hal. Woodnut ol
Seattle, Wash,, tlvll engineer, intends lo apply Ior permission in purobiiw tho billowing
described landB: Commencing at a post
planted about :i miles south and one mile
cast of the south east corner of Lot 171)7,
thence south SU chains; llience wi'Bt bu
chains: thenee north so chains; thence east
SU chains to point oi cunimencenient, containing lilu acres.    L.D.W.'s M E ,orner.
Ll.tiVD  HAL.  WOODNUT.
Nov. ;io,  I'.Hn. I'. 0.  11.  llodeker.  agent
KOItT GEORGi: LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai .lohn Joseph Dunne, ol
Scuttle, Wash., U.S.A., telegraph manager,
Intends to upply foi permission io purchase
the following described landa: Commencing
nt u l'osl planted :< miles south ol lhe
soulh east corner ol Lot I7il7, theuee south
so chains: Ihcnce west In chains; Iheiicu
north "oi chains: thenee cast -In chains to
point of commenccm, 'it. containing 320 acres of land.   J.J.P.'s  N E oorner.
JOHN  JOSEPH  DUNNE.
Nov. 30,   I'.Hn.        P. G.  B,  llodeker, agent
PORT GEORGE l,WH DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo
TAKE notice that Hurry J. Crowe of Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., muiiulacturcr, intends
to apply lor permission to purohaso the following described bulls: Cunimencing nt a
post iilanted :i miles south of the south east
corner ol Lot 17(17 thence norlh SO chains;
theuce west 111 chains; tbencc south Si)
chains: thence east 40 chuins to loint ol
commencement.   11. .1. C.'s S E corner.
HARRY   J.  t KOWE.
Nov. 110,   I'.lln.
F '"" GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKK. notice thai Mac It. Glynn, ol Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., married e-oauii, iniends to apply Ior iiermission to purohase
the following described lnnds: Comm 'lining
at a post planted I miles south ol the
south eust corner of Lot 1707, thence south
•In chailis; theaee west so ehnins; thence
north -In ehalns: thence east Sn chains to
polnl ot commoncemont, containing 320
ncres of land.   M.B.G.'s N E corner.
MAE B. GLYNN".
Nov. :il),  1910,        P. G. B. Bodeker, agent
PORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKE nolice thnt Theodore Elnmrncr, ol
Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., mining engineer, intends to apply lor iiermission to purchnse
the lollowing described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted at the north west corner
ol Lot 1586, thence north Su chains; thence
wost SO chains: thenee south so chains ;
thence east 80 ehnins to point ot commencement, containing MO acres ol land.
T.F.'s N E corner.
THEODORE  KI.AMMER.
Nov, 28, 1010,  p, ii, li. Bodeker, agent
First insertion above notices Decern her 2-1.
CARIBOO i.AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Kort George.
TAKE notice that Conrad Danielsen, ol
Victoria, B.C., sen captain, intends to applv
lor permission to purchase the following
described laads: Conimencing at a post
planted lu the middle ol the north bound-
arv ot M. Ingram's application to purchase,
thence 2u ehains south: thence H2 chains
west to a point due soulh ol south east
corner ol Lot S.'IS; thenee north 711 chuins
to right bank ot Lower Nechaco River :
thence meandering along right bank ol said
river down stream to the nortii west corner
ol M. Ingram's application to purchase :
thence south 60 chains to south west corner ol said application to purchase: thence
east -In chains to point of commencement,
nad containing  168 ucres more or less.
CONRAD DANIELSEN
Nov. 2!,,  1910. Arno Danielsen,  agent
FORT GKORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Frank Ernest
Graham Berry, of Vancouver, B. O.,
occupation mining engineer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post olanted
about 70 chains west and 80 chains
north of the } post on the western
boundary of I). L. 841, on the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river ;
thence west 60 chains; thence north
60 chains; thence east 60 chains,
more or less, to the right bank of
the Lower Nechaco river; thence following the meanderings of the said
river down stream in a southerly
direction to the point of commencement, and containing 480 acres, more
or lcsH.
FRANK ERNEST GRAHAM BERRY
November 15, 1910,
First insertion abovo notices Nov. 111.
CARIBOO  LAND DISTRICT.
District  ol  fort  George.
TAKE notice that I. William Hardwick
Harrison, of Vancouver. 11. C, prospector,
intend to apply to the Commissioner ol
Lauds lor a licence to prospect for coai and
petroleum ou (iln acres of land bounded iib
follows; Commencing at a post planted at
tho south east corner of Lot 2SS7 and
marked W.II.H.'s N E corner, thence south
so chains: thence west 50 chains : thence
nortii Sn chains; thence east Su chaiaB to
the point of commencement.
WILLIAM   HARDWICK   HARRISON.
Located Nov.  23rd,   1910.
~~CARlB')'r I, .ND DISTRICT.
Districl of   Kort  George.
TAKE aoticc that I, Samuel Rae Mac-
Clinton, of Vancouver. B.C., civil engineer,
intend to apply to the Commissioner ol
Lands for a licence to prospect for coal and
petroleum oh Bill acres ol laud bounded as
lollows: ('online,,cing at a post planted ut
the S E corner ol Lot 2s'.IS and marked ij.
R. M's N E oorner, thence south Sll chains;
llience west su chains; thence north 80
chains; theuce enst SU chains lo point of
commencement. SAMUEL RAE MacCLINTON
Located Nov. 23rd, 1910,
VI.   II.   Harrison,  agent
CARIBOO  LAND  DISTRICT.
Diatrlct  ol  Kort  George.
TAKE nolice thut I. Samuel Rao Mac-
Clinton, ol Vancouver, B.C., civil ..gin,.,-,
intend to applj to lhe Commissioner ol
Lnnds for n licence to prospect i,,. coal .mil
petroleum on (lit) acres nf IiiiiiI hounded as
follows: Commencing at n post iilanted i b-
out I" chains north of the south eust'"oilier of Lot. 2808, und marked S. It. M's
N W corner, thence south 80 chains: Ihenee
cast No chains: thence north No chains :
thence weat Mi chains to the point of commencement.     HAMW.li  RAE  MaeCLIN 1'ON.
Located   Nov.  '_:!.   I'.lln.
W. II.  Harrison, nf-cut,
CARIBOO  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriot   of  Kort  George.
TAKE notice that I. John Frank Bledsoe ol
Vnncouver. II. ('., mining engineer, intend
to apply to the Commissioner of Lends lor
a licence to | rospeet lor conl , nil j-itro-
leuni on (iln acres of bind pound.- as follows:   Commencln" it *   .'Vrto'l i.t-thn
SW corner Lot '.WI7 nnd marked J.K.B.'s
N W corner, thence soulh 80 Chains: Ihcnce
eust ho chnlna; ihcnce north Sn chains :
thence west hii clinins to the point of commencement.        joi'v "'")' .|):-:oe
W.  II.  Harrison, ngent
Located Nov. 23,   I'.HU.
,   .J,v„      444 , 4-.1V      1,1.1"       l'l   1   1.-.II,.". .
Dlslriel ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas Mcllugb, ol
Vancouver, B.C., teamster, intends to apply
for permission to puruhuBo the lollowing described lands: Conimencing at a post planted 4 miles east and -!J miles south of Mile
post tin on North West .Mounted Police trnil
between Kurt St. John and Kort. Graham.
B.C., thenoo su chains north; thence su
chains west: thence nbout Iiu chains south
to Hallway river; thenoe meandering said
river down stream in aa easterly direction
to a point nbout 20 chains weat ol Initial
post; thence 20 chains cast to point ol
commencement, contnining 500 acres more
or less. Post marked T. M. S. E.
corner. THOMAS  McHlKiH.
September 2(1,   It*IO.
I'EACE ItlVKIt LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE nolice that Flossie Cromie ol Vnncouver, B.C., spinster, intends to npply for
Iiermission to purchase tho lollowing described lands: Commeneing at a post planted about 60 chains north and 'l
miles west from a point on Halfway river, about 20 chains south
of 60-Mile post, established on the
Northwest Mounted Police trail, between Kort St. John and Kort Graham, B.
0., thence So ehains west; theuee Si) chuins
south; thencu 80 chains cast; thence so
chains north to point ol commenccm.ut, containing Mil ncrea mor., or less. I'ost marked F.C. N.E. corner.
FLOSSIE  CUOM1E.
September   IS,   I'.Hu.
PEACE UIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat John McCallum ol Vancouver, B.C., real estate agent, intends to
apply for permission io purchase the lollow-
ing described lands: Conimencing at a post
I,lanted about :t miles nortii Irom junction
of Cypreas Creek and Hallway river and
norlh of 72-Mile post on lhe North West
Mounted Police trail, between Fori St. John
and Kort Graham, B.C., thenee 80 clmins
norlh: thence SU chains west; thence Sll
chaias south: thence Su chaias cast to point
of commencement, containing 840 acres more
or less.    Post mnrked J.M. S E corner.
JOHN   M.CALLIIM,
September, 2:1,   I'.Hn.
l'EACK.  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Angus Crumb, ol Vancouver, B.C., student, Intends to apply lor
iiermission to purchase the following described lands; Commencing nt a post plnnt
ed IJ mill's north Irom 11 point on Hnllway river, about 20 chains soutli of 60-mIlfl
(tost on North West. Mounted Police trail,
between Fort St. John and Fort Graham,
B.C., theaee 80 chains north; thence so
chains west; thence 80 chains south; thence
SU chains cast to point ol commencement,
containing Ilk, acres mon, or less. Post
marked A.C. S E corner.
ANGUS  CRAMB.
September  111,  I'.HU.
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Samuel Holt, ol   Vancouver,  B.C.,  teamster,  intends  to  apply lor
permisaion   to  purchase  the  following     described lands:   Commeacing at a  post  planted  on  south   bank  of   Halfway    River    about  5  miles   north   westerly   Irom     junction
of Cypress Creek and Halfway  river,  thence
So  enains  west:    thenoe  su  chains   nortli :
thenoo about 40 chains cast to the Hallway
river;   tlicnce  meandering   said   river,   down,
strenm,    in a    south easterly  directioa   to
point ol commi'n.cnieiit. containing  ,80   acres  more  or  less,     Post  marked  S.I1.  S E
cornor.                                 SAMUEL  HOLT.
_Septcmber J.3.   1010J	
PEACE RIVKR LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notioe thnt Murdoch Matheson, ol
Vancouver, B.C., toamstor, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted near thu junction ol Cypress Creek and
Hallway river and about _n chains south ol
72-Mile post established on the Northwest
Mounted Police trail between Kort St. John
and .Fort Graham, thence .(, chains soutli:
thence Sll chains east: thence about su
chains north to Halfway river; thence meandering said rive' up stream in 11 westerly
direction 10 poim ol commencement, containing 480 acres more or less. Post marked M.M. N W corner.
MURDOCH  MATHESON.
Sept. 22,  1910.	
PEACE RIVER LANI) DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William George
Fraser, of Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on nortii bunk of Hallway river,
near confluence of Cypress Creek
nnd Hallway River, aud about an
chains       south ol      72     Mile      pout
on the North West Mounted Police trail,
between Fori. St. John and Kort Graham.
B.C., thence SO chains north; thence 80
chaias cast: thence about (in chains south
to Hallwav rlvcr, thence meandering ""aid
river up stream in a westerly direction 10
point of commencement, containing 500 acres   more or  less.     Post   marked   W.G.K.   S
W. corner.
WILLIAM GEORGE FRASER.
September Tl.   1910.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND DIVIsiio
..__-p      „nlst,;lct »' Caribou.
TAKE notloo that Constance Oliver 11
of Brighton, England, manie ""''
man intends to apply tor *»•
Bion to purchase the following rt8'
cribed Innda: Commencing „i ., , ,lcs-
ed ll miles east und l;; ,,,'iles ,'.,.""' Mont,
poim on Hulfwav river, about •> "' :'
south of (io-,\lile post on North u , SI*1""
led Police trail between Fort St 1 '""'
Kort  Graham,   B.C.,   thence  SO olinh ""'
thence   80   chains   south; them'l
chains east;  thence  80  chains nor
to point of commencement   ,■„,„„;"
ing   640   acres   more or less     f,"1"
mnrked O.O.W. N.E. corner'" '
CONSTANCE OLIVER ,vV|»i'ii
Seplelllber  an,   1910. Is-
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIViKlir
Dislriel  ol Carilioo
TAKE     notice     that   aoorgo   McDuv,
Vanoouvor,  B.C., gentleman,  Intends u,
ply  Ior  permission   lo   purchase  He    i0
Ing deseriiieii binds:   Commencing ni ■',
1 of
junotlon ol Cypresa Creek and Hulfwi
ver near 7-l-Mllo poat on tbe Norn,
Mounted Polioo trail, between Fort St
and Kort Graham, B.C., thence Hn ,
West; Ihenee ll, eliuins south: tin 1
ehulns east; thenee -In ohnlns siiull, i
■In chains .ast; ihenee sn olmlna nori
point ol eouiinciiceuieni. containing i-
res mure or lesn. I'ost marked i: \i
corner. GEoiliiK  Mc|iiuh
Soptomber 22, min.
fi
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE nol ie,. that Lizzie Shangcr ot Em-
mellsburg, Iowa, married woman, iniends
lo apply lor iiermission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
posi planted •", miles east and J-MI.e norlh
from a point on Halfway river,
about 20 chains south of b0-Milc
post, on North West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John and Kort
Graham, B.C., thence SO chains, north ;
thence SU ehains east: thence Su chains
south; thenee Sl) chains west to point ol
eommi-ieement, containing 040 nrres more
or less.     Post Marked  L.S. S W corner.
LIZZIE SHANGER.
September 21, .1010.
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT,
District   ol   Fort   George.
T.KE nolice that 1, Johu Frnnk Bledsoe,
of Vaneouver, ll.C, mining engineer, intend
to npply to Hie Commissioner of Lands for
a licence lo prospect for -onl . i.rl pelroleum on Cb) acres of land bounded us lollows: ('oinnicneiiii. „t a post planted nl the
S W conicr Lot _s'J7 end nvirkod ,1 K.B.'s
N E corner: thencu soulh so chains: tl.cncc
west Sn chains; Ihenee north So chains :
thenre cast So e'vlns in the point of. oommenoement, JOHN FRANK BLEDSOE.
VI.  H.  Harrison, ugent.
Located Nov, 2:1,   Itlln.
First naorlion above noltccB Docomlwr 24.
PEACE  ItlVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
Take notice that Donnld Crumb ol Vancouver, B.C., student, Intends 10 apply lor
permission to purchase the lollowing ' described Innda: Commencing al. a post plantod IJ miles north and 2 miles w.st from
n point on Halfway river, about 20 chains
south of mile post (10. on Norlh Weat Moun
ted Police trail, between Kort Sl. John und
Fori Graham, B.C., post marked D.C. S W
corner, thence Sl) ehnins north; thence Ho
chains east; thence SO chains south; thenee
sn ehnins west to point of oommoncoment,
containing 040 ncres mure or leas.
DONALD CRAMB.
.September  Hi,  I'.llll.
Cariboo Land District. Dislrict of Carilioo
TAKE notice thut Annie' Helen Cnmpbell,
nf Vancouver, B.C., married womnn, intends
to apply lor iiermission to purchase the
lollowing described landa! Commencing ut
a post |,!anted at the N VI corner, Lot 911,
thence nortli 80 chains: thence west 40
chains: thenee soutl, 80 elmins; thence east
following the nortl, bank ot the Nechaco
River to point ol eon,mencement, and contnining 320 ncres more or less.
ANNIE   HELEN   CAMPBELL.
Sopt,  8th,  1910 W.   A.  Johnson, agent
Plrol insertion above notices Nov, 10th.
PEACE  ItlVER   LAND  DIVISION
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   llavcrgnl   I'ron ,    ,
Vancouver,   B.C.,  spinster,   Intends   1.
lor iiermission  in purchnse the lollow 1   _
cribed  lands:    Conimencing  at  n  po
cd   on   the  north   bunk   of  Hnlfwaj
nnd nbout  Ij   miles oast   of Cn-Mil,    ','.,  .
the  Police trail  between  Kort Si.  .I,,iin   °]
Kort  Grahame,  B.C.,   post   marked  He' jj
W.  corner;    thence   80    chains   east'
thence 80 chains south;  thence nbout
40 chains west    to   the Halfway river;  thence  meandering said  river up
strenm   in    a   north  westerly direction to point of commencement containing 820 acres more or less.
IIAVERG.M.   1 ROM-
September   hi,   IB10,
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  |UV|sln.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thnt Arthur Willinm Unco
ol Vancouver, B.C., .'iccountaiii. intenda ,0
apply for permission to purohn.e :':,• follov.--
Ing descriiicd lands: Oommonolng 0 ,-, |„sl
planted on the souih bank of II ibm, _,,.
about one mile in a woatorly directionfiom
junction of Cvpress Creek and IJalfwav river, thence 40 chains south: thence su et-iiri
west; thence nbout sii chuins norif to Halt-
wny river; tlicnce moandoring . 1 rlvm,
down stnvini in an enatoi i • •,., .,,'
Point of commencement, cor .- im. ■.,..
res more or less, l'osl ma I 1 l.W.B, ",'
E.  corner.     ARTHUR   WILLIAM BRUCE.
Sepiember 2:1.   I'.Hn.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thut Jnmes Alexnnder .Mcintosh of Vlotorla, B.C.. clerk. Intends to apply for permission to purohaao the folio.-
ing described lands: Commencing ,11 a post
planted :t miles wost aud one mile mi,::,
trom where the 2oih bus,- lino cros.es Br r
rlvcr and one mile west aiel two mil's north
Irom  a post   marked   Frank   Begg'a     'll
west corner, planted on the Orand !'i drla
and Pouee Coupe wagon road and about ',
miles north west trom nortl, west end el
Swan or Sucker lake thence 80 chains south
thence 8" chains west: thence Ho chums
north; thence BO chains east to point nl
commencement, containing 'etu acres more
or less. Post marked 3.A.M. N E corner.
JAMES -ALEXANDER McINTuSll.
October 7.   I'.ilo.
PEACE  RIVER  I.AND   DIVISION.
District of Carilioo.
TAKE notice thut Kate Hay ol London,
England, spinster, intends to applv lor pel
mission to purchnse the following dcioribcd
lands: Commencing nt n post planled !
miles east from a point on llnlfwi. river.
about 20 chains south ol lin-Mlb' l",s' on
Nortli West Mounted Police trail between
Kort St. John aad Korl Oraham, B.C.
thence 80 ehains enst; thence 80 chains sooth
thence 80 chains west: ihcnc, <" chains
north to poinl of commenccm'''1. contain
ing bin acres more or leas. Post marked
K.H. N W corner. KATI. HA.
September 20,   I'.HU.
PEACE  RIVER   LANI)  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Shangcr. ot
Champaign, Illinois, II. S. A., railroad engineer, intends to apply I"1
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at «
post planted .", miles east nud 3 mile north
frotn u point on Halfway River, about -"
chnlna south of BO-Mllo jiost established nn
Police trail between Kort St. John :"")
Kotf Graham, B.C., post marked C.S. S -
corner, thence Sn ehnins wst; thence *'
ehnins south: thence su chains enst: the'"'
SO ehnins nortli to point of oommonoement,
containing Sin acres more or less.
CHARLES  SIIANGEU
September 21.  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAN!)  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Percy William Evans "'
Vancouver,  B.C. mnnnger,   intonds  lo appl.
for iiermission lo piii'duisc Hie following de
cribed lands:     Commencing nt a post plan'
id   I   mile   norlh   and   I   mile   west   from
point on  the  Halfwav   River ul    00 Mil." po»l
estnblished  ou   Police  trail   between   I'ol't  St
.lohn  nnd   Kort  Graham,   B.C.,  post  marl,''
P.W.E. S E oornor, thenee nu chnlna north
thence Ml    chains    west;      the,  st) chain
soulh: theuce 80 eli.iins cist to pom' ol
commenoomont, containing 040 acres motor  less. PEItOY   WILLIAM   EVANS
Soptomber lu. IBlu,
I'EACE RIVKR  LAND   IHVISIo".
Dislriel ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolice lhat David Burton ol Vaneouver, B.C., clerk, iniends lo upply I'"'
permiaslon to purchnso ihe following des
cribed lands: Comnieneing at n post plant
ed on south hunk ol Ilulfway rlvcr, nboul
•'I miles westerly Irom junction of Cypress
Creek aud Hallway river. Ihcnce -in ohnlns
south thenee SU chuins west; thence *"
clinins north: Ihcnce nbout 00 chains enst I"
Hallway rlvcr: llience nienndeilng said river
down mream lu an easterly direction to n
point ol commencement, contnining 480 n-
res more or less. Post mnrkod D.II. N H.
conicr. DAVID   BURTON.
September 2:1,  l'.iln.
PEACE  RIVER  LANI)  DIVISION.
Dlslriel, of Curiboo.
TAKK. notice lhai Adam Russell of Vim
couver, B.C. siiperintcndenl, intends to nr
lily lor permission to purohaso tho toll""
I fig descriiicd lands: Commonoing nt a I"IS'
planted I mile norlh nnd _ miles west Iroin
a point on Hallwav river al tili-Mlle I""'
oa North West Mounted Pollen trail, I"
tween Kort St. John nad Kort Graham, 11
('., thence 80 clinins norlh; thence SU dulii;
west: thence SU chuins south: tbencc "■'
chains ensi io point of oommonoomont, containing 114(1 ucres more or less. Post million
A. ri. S. re. corner.
ADAM RUSSELL.
Soptemher 19, nun.
Firs! insertion above notices Nov. 10,
; ■ i PEACE UIVER LAND DISTRIOT
Districl  ol  Peace Rlvcr.
TAKE      notice     that   Edward   Dalsjo,    o!
tunc  Rupert,   B.C.,   laborer,   intends  to ap-
for  permission   lo   pureiiase  mo  lollow-
fat  (lesci'incil lands:     Coiiimeiiciiig at a |,ost
-Kilted  9  miles  norlh  from a  point  ou tho
-fifcliway   liner  about   •!"   nub'*  'town siream
C,   i,,e   ......Mil   ol   Cypress   Creek,      tnence
Hull,   60  chains:     thence   east   ou
Htiicc   nortn   80   chains;     t K
|Hins  to
B ""' :"''''''"   EDWARD  DALSJO
.lames  Peltry, agent
eliains ;
west    8U
t   ol   coiiiiuenc.eincnt,   cont'i'n-
niore or less.
Sept. 24. mill.
■    I'KACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District  ol  Peace  'liver.
HKj.10   nolle,'   that   Elizabeth   Mcl'llec.    of
.frd-Cc   llnpeil,   I'-1 ••   bui'l   lady,   inleilus    I"
■Hy  for peniilssio.i   lo  piireiiiisu  ine follow-
m deseriheil   lands:     Coiiinieiiclng   at   ll posi
Hleil 9 miles north Irom a puint ou the
■Kiwuy River about 3b miles down streuin
''Hpm Ine muutn ol (ypress Creek, llience
SErtn 80 clmins; thonoo cast 80 chaias ;
.'.ifflcnce south 80 chuins: tnence west i.»
Huiius to point ol uommencement, .oiituia-
Heu b40 acres more or less.
JKh ELIZABETH   Mcl'llEE.
|t'|,t.  24,  1910. James  Peltry,  agent
PEACH RIVEU i.AND DISTRICT
Dislrict ot  Pence River.
TAKE   notice   that     William   Preston,    ol
nl,   Vancouver.   HA'.,   carponti
apply lor, pormlsatoi
ng
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
liistrict  of ,Peace  River.
TAKE   nol,no   Hull   Joan   Viokers  ol   Vancouver,  B.C.,  muriner,  intonda to f-|.ply  lur
permission   to   purcnuso   the   lullowing     descrihed lands:    Commencing at a post planted  i'l  miles  norm     Irom   a  poinl.  un     the
Hallway   Rivor anion   40 miles down stream
Irom   tno  mouth  ol  Cypress  Crccn,      thenoo
south  80 ohalns;    ttionqo west 8u   chains ;
tlicnce   nortii   SU   chains;      tnence  east    ,.„
• chains to  point  ol oommonoement, containing 040 acres  more or less.
JOHN   VICKBRS.
Sept.   TA,   1910. James   Peltry,   ugent
intenUs
base   till" lol-
bed lands:    Commonoing   at   a
idst   planted  9  miles  nortn  irom   a   point
Hallway Rivor about oo miles down
Irom  me mouth ol Cypreas Orcok,
Simla   Ml   eliains ;     thence    vest     BU
, .,i,|.  thonoo norm  8U  ohalna;  thence enst
naiiis to poiiu "i oommonoomont,   con-
ne   (140  ncres   more ur  less.
WILLIAM   PRESTON.
24,  l'JIO James  Pctlry.  agent
In  in
ho
in. i.
rpi.
I'EACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
District of   Pence  River.
TAKE    notice    that  Samuel  Sudmln,   ol
iv. luoiiiei'   Ut'-. clerk,  intends lo apply  lor
J.,, mission' to  purohase  the  lollowing     des-
Kr nwd landB;   Commencing nt a post plant-
B   iu   mllea  north   from   a point   oa     the
111aliwav  Rivor about 10  miles down stream
I        ,„,,,,in  ol  Cvpress  Creek,   tbencc  south
-111   'I, ,„.-        hone    west   SO  chains;   thonoe
■I,'.." ■chains ;  tnence east 80 chuins   to
Emm    of  commencement,     eoniuining    b.U
ior.8 n.o'e or  less.       SAMUEL  SL'DMIN.
Toot.  TA,  1910. Janics  Pettry. agent
PKACK
TAKK
borih   >
B.C.
■lulls
«U   e
itaino
I.AND DISTRICT
Peace River.
Anderson Nilson, ol
, toamstor, Intends to
mission io purohase the lol-
„i lauds: Commencing ut a
.. nubs north Irom a point
iy liner nbout Ai miles down
tne nioutn ol Cypress Creek.
... 80 chains; thenee cast 80
: thenc. north 80 chains; thenee west
..ins io puint of oommonoomont, -on-
■  irlb acres  more or less.
ANDERSON   NILSON.
H,  laid. James  Pettry,  agent
Ih
I'KACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Jamea Alexander Gill,
„f North Vancouver, B.C., painter, intends
to npply lor pern,ission to purchase the lol-
lowing describod lands: Commenolng at a
post planted 8 miles north from n puint
mi the Hallway River about -4 miles down
strenm trom tne moutb ol Cypress Creek,
thence north 80 chains; ihcnce east <w
ns; thence soulh 80 chains: theaee west
,mi chaina tu puint ol commencement, coning 640 acres more or less.
JAMES  ALEXANDER GILL-
Sept. 24,   IPIn. James  Peltry, agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl of l'"iiee itiver.
I'AKE notice thnt Olal Sveiison. ol New
Westminster, B.C., carpenter. Intends lo apply loi |" i mission to purchase the lollow-
leacrlbed lands: Commencing at n post
iilanted '.) niilcs north Irom ll point on the
Hallway llii'i' about 8b miles downstream
Irom the mouth o! Cypresa Creok, thenee
SO clmins; thence wcsl BU chaias;
.until SO ehains; thence cast ft.
'.. point ol commenoomont, contnln-
III ncrea more or less.
OI.AK  SVENSON.
24,  1910. James Pettry,  agent
■Iniii,.-
Ins' ti
opt.  24
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT
Distriot of  Peace River.
i'   nolice   that   Olal   Svantc   Sveiison.
■.  II.C,  painter,  intends  to   np-
.11;    to    purchase   the   tollow-
n.is:    Commencing  al  a post
north  from a point on tho
ibout  III)  milcr  down  stream
'.':   ,ii  Cypress  ('reek,     theaee
v"    . ihcnce  east  8U   chains ;
.  sn  chainB;     thence   west    80
i   ol  commencement,   coutniu-
i.  or less,
OLAF  SVANTE  SVENSON.
.lames  Peltry,  ngont
PEACE RIVEU  LAND DISTRICT
liistrict ol  Pence River.
TAKE notice thni George Bertloy, ol
■North Vancouver, B.C., punter, iniends to
|n|,piy lor permission to purchase the follow-
._ desoribed landa: Ciiiuineiicing at a post
■planted 8 miles nortii from a point on the
■Ilulfway  River al t Ai  miles down stream
llioiu ihe mouih of Cypresa CreokJ thence
Imii'ih 80 ohnlns: theaee tvest 8U chains :
1 thonce aouth 80 chains: thence enst 80
Icli-.ins io poim of commencement, contain-
li'ig bill acres mote  or  less.
GEORGE   HARTLEY.
I       '    -4,   I. ill. Jnmes  Pctlry.  ugent
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
District  o|  I'eaee Rlvcr.
jRl';   in e   that    Alfred   .1.   I.illldln,      of
Ie   Harbor,  cuniicrymuit,   intends   to    np-
oi   permisaion  tii purcliase   tho  follow
■   described lands:    Commencing nl  a  post
;:"l 8  mills north   from  a  point on   the
•'v  River alioul 34 miles down  Btream
""'  mouth  ol  Cypress  Clock,     thence
Ml  clinins;   tiience  wc.i   80   ohalna ;
norlh  80  chuins :    thenco   east   80
•  to point  of oommoncoment, oontain-
640 acres more or less.
ALFRED   J.   LONDIN.
24,  1;,10. James   Pettry,  agent
II
Si
I'M
nr 1,.
Sept.
ACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
District ol Peace River,
notice that Gordon l'ccke of Vnn-
I.O., reul estate agent, intends to
' permission lo purchnse the lol-
I'scrihcd lands: Comnieneing nt a
anted seven miles' north irom a
tne Ilnllwny River nbout thirty-
down slrcnm Irom the mouth of
Creek, thence nortli 80 chains ;
sl 80 clinins; llience soulh 80
hence west 80 clinins to point ol
uieiil,     contnining   040  ncres   more
GORDON   PEEKE.
•  l'JIO. Jnnies  Pettry, ugent
il,,,I  i
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
)KI_ notice  thai  Anders  Krithlol   Huil o!
lcouver,  B.C., salesman.  Intends to n| ply
'"''mission to purcbusu tbe following ries-
'I Innda: Comnieneing ut n post | Innl-
'" mllea    north      from  u point on tho
"fir Rlvcr aboul 40 miles down stream
" 'he mouth ol Cypress Creek, thenoo
'" TO ohnlns; thence west 80 ehulns;
."'''    south     80   clmins:     thence  east    8u
.'■'<>  point   ot  coiiimcneeiuciil,    contain-
"HI acres more or less.
.    . ANDERS  KKITIMOI,  HULL.
-•'.  HHtl, James  Pottry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Victor Johnco-, o!
Vnncouver, B.C., Ilsi, merchant, inieiuls lo
npply Ior permission to pureiiase tlic lollowing described binds: Commencing ut n nost
plnntod 12 miles nortii from a poiut" on
lliu Halfway River, about Su miles down
stream from the mouth of Cypress Crcci;,
llience soutli 80 chains: thence east 8U
ehains; tlicnce aorth SU chains ; thunce west
SO chains to point of commencement, coutnining 040 acres more or less.
VICTOR JOHNCOX.
Sept.   TA,   1910. Jaiiies   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
iiislriet ol  Peace River.
TAKE  notice  tlmt  Henry  Willinm  Wnlihii.
ol   Vancouver,   B.C.,   contractor,   intends    to
npply  lor permission  to  purohaao the following descriiicd lauds:   Commenolng at a post
piunted   twelve   miles   norlh   from    n    point
on  the  Ilulfway  River about 40   miles down
Btream  from    the  mouth  of  Cypresa  Crook,
tlicnce   north   80   chains ;     llience    eaat    i
clmins;  tiience south  bu ehnins;  tlicnce  west
80 chains lu point of oommonoomonl,   containing 040 acres mure or less.
HENRY   WILLIAM   WAI.DEN.
Sepl.   TA.   Ibid. .lames    I'ettry,   ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
TAKE notice Hint William Smith ol Vnncouver, B.C., painter, intends to apply tor
permission to purcliase the futlowing des'
cribed lands: Conimencing at a post planted VA miles north from a point ou the
Hallway River, about 88 miles down Btream
Irom the mouth of Cypress creek, thonoo
north 80 ehnins; thence cast ou chuins ;
thence south 80 Ohalns; tlicnce west o.
chains to point oi commencement, contnining 040 acres more or less.
WILLIAM  SMITH.
Sept.   23.   1910. James   I'ettry.   agent
PEACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice that William Johncox, ol
Vancouver, B.C., llsh merchant, Intends lo
upply Ior permission to purohase the lollowing described lauds: Commonoing al a
post planted 12 miles north from a point
on the Halfway River about 40 miles down
stream Irom the moutii ol Cypress Creek,
thence   ' eiice    west
chains; ihcnce soulh 80 ehains; theuee east
80 chains to point ol oommoncement, eoniuining 040 mres morc or less.
WILLIAM   JOHNCOX.
Sept.   23,   1910. James   Pettry,   ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Pence Rlvcr.
TAKE notloo that Fanny St. John, ot
Vnncouver, B.C., married womnn. Intends to
apply for permission to purohaao the following described lands: Conimencing ut. a
post plnnted 7 milci north Irom n point
on tlio Hnlfwny River, aboul 38 miles down
strenm from the mouth ol Cypress Creek,
thenee soulh 80 chains; thence east 80
chains: thenee norlh 80 chains; llience west
80 chains to point of commencement, contnining  ncres more or less.
FANNY  St.  JOHN.
Sopt,   22,   1910. Juines   Peltry,   ngent
I'EACE RIVElt  LANI) DISTRICT
Districl   of   I'eaee   River.
TAKE   notice  that  Charles   Wood of'
couver,   B.C.,   waiter,   intends   to  apply
permission   lo   purclinsc   lhe   following
cribed lunds:   Commencing at  a  post pi
cd   two   miles   north   from  n   poiut   on
Halfway  River about iil   miles down sti'i
from  tiie  mouth  ol Cypress  Ureok,  u,
thenoe
soutli 80 ehuills;
thence north 80
eiiuiiis to point ,
mining .40 acre
Sept.   21,   1910.
ehnins;
went   80
llience    I
f comment' aueii:,   e
more or less.
CHARLES  \
James I'sii's
iniit-
tno
vain
cnoja
Int; ;
80
I'EACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
District  ol   Pence  River.
TAKK. notiee  tliut  Oust  Saki'ison  ol Vnncouver,  B.C,  seamiin.  Intends lo apply lor
Iiermission    to  purchase  the  following " descriiicd binds:   Commanding   ,t a  post planted   two   iiiihs   nortli   from   :;  point  on    tho
Halfway     River,      nbout   .11    miles     down
slroura  Irom  tho  moutli  ol  Cypresa Creek,
llience    soutli  80 eliains;    thence   can    80
chains;   thence  nortli  80 chains;   theuce west
80  chains  to  the   point  ol  comin mesmont.
and containing 040 ucres moro i.r n.-s.
GUST . M.klSON.
Sopt.  21,  l'JIO. Jnmes  IcUry,  agent
I'EACE RIVER LAN'll DISTRICI'
Districl ol Pence R|Vor.
TAKK. nolice that John King, of Vancouver, B.C., lishei'iniiii, Intenda to i,.|ly tor
permission to purchase tin following descriiicd lands: Comnieneing nt a poat planted 2 miles nnrth Irom a point on tho Halfway   River,  about    34  miles  down   stream
Irom   the  .'noutli   of  Cypress   i. k,     thence
north 80 chains: thonoe Waal 80 chuins ;
Ihenco south 80 chains: thonce east I'O
chains to point of oommenoement. ron-
tuining  640 acres more or  less.
JOHN   KING.
Sopt.  21.  .1910. Jam,,  Pottry,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   ol   Peace   River.
TAKE noiice  thut  Janus  ll.   Pearson,  of
Vanoouver,   B.C.paJntor,  IntendB to apply
.'or    permission    tu purchase the   lollowing
il"srrilicd     binds:       Comnieneing  at  a  post
plnnled   two  miles  north   Irom   a  point   on
the   Hallwuy  River,  nbout, 34   miles     oowu
siream  Irom   the mouth  of Cypreas   Creek,
Ihcnce     nortii    80   chains;   llience    ensl    t
ehnins;  thence  soulh  80 chnlna:   theuce'.'.est
80 chuins  to point  of commencement,   containing 040  acres  more or less.
JAMES  ').   PEARSON.
Sept.   21.   1910. James   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE nolice that Hector Donald Murray
ot Vancouver, B.C., steward. Intenda to apply tor iiermission to purchaso lhe following described lunds: Commencing at a post
planted four miles north from a point, on
lhe Halfway Itiver, nliout 34 miles down
strenm from tlle mouth of Cypress Creek,
thence south 80 chains: thenco west 80
chains; thenee north 80 chains; theuce Pust
80 chains to point of commencement, contnining  040 acres more or less.
HECTOR   DONALD  MURRAY.
Sept. 21,   11)10. James  Peltry,  agent
PEACE RIV Kit L\MI -iISI'i.l 'i'
District of Peace River.
TAKE notico lhat Ella May Johnson, ol
Vane,mi",', B.C., married woman, inieiuls lo
apply Ior permlBBlon to purcliase tlle following described binds: Commencing at a
post planted on the north bunk of the Hull-
way River, ahout 34 miles down Bticom
Irom the mouth of Cypress Cre< k, and at
the bb-Mile post on the Royal Norlh West
Mounted Police trail, Ihenee north 8l)
chuins; llience east 81) chuins; thenc south
to ihe rlvcr; thence lollowing tin- meandering of river up stream to point of oommonoement, oontalnlng 040 aores more or
less. ELLA   MAY   JOHNSON.
Sept.   21,   1910. Jumcs   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Pence River.
TAKE notice thnt Krederiek Jensen, ol
Vanoouver, tlshcnnuti, intends to upply lor
permission to purchase lhe following described lands: Commencing nt a post planted
13 miles nortii Iroin a point on the Hallway River, aboul 38 miles down slrcnm
from lhe moulh of Cypress Creek, thence
soulh 80 chains; theuce east 80 chains :
tbencc nortli 80 chains: theuce west 80
ohalna to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
FREDERICK  JENSEN".
Sept.   23.   1910. James   Pctlry,    agent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKK. nolice thai John Bliss Carlisle ol
Vancouver, 11.1'., luhorer, iniends to npplv
lor permission to purchase the following di s-
cribed lands: Commencing ut a post planted thirteen miles north Irom a poinl on
the Hallway River, aboul MS miles down
stream from the mouth of Cypress fleck,
theuce north 80 ehnins ; theuce west so
chains; tlicnce soutli 80 ehnins: thence cast
80 chains to point of commencement, contnining 040 acres-more or less.
JOHN   '" i'        ""' ISLE.
Sept.   23,   1910. James   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER i AND "ISTRICT
District of I'eaee River.
TAKK, notice that Morris Henry Starling.
ol Vaneouver. B.C.. clerk, Intends to nppiy
tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted 7 miles north Irom n point on the Ilnllwny River, about 38 miles down Btream
from the mouth o! Cypress Creek, tbencc
norlh 80 chains: thence cast 8u chains :
thence south 80 chains; tbencc west 80
chains to point of oommoncoment, containing 040 acres more or less.
MORRIS  HENRY STARLING.
Sept.   22.   lluU. James   Pettry.   agent
l'EACK RIVE'.' I AND niSTliii".
Dislriel of Pence River.
TAKE notice that Jessie Murray,' Inglis
Ramsay, of Vancouver. I..C, spinster, intends to apply Ior permiaslon to purchnse
the following descriiicd lands: Common'Ing
nt a post plnnled 7 miles north from n
point on the Hallway River about 38 miles
down strenm from Hie mouth ot Cypress
Creek, Ihcnce norlh 80 eliains; thence west
so ehnins: thenee south 80 chains ; Ihcnce
enst 80 chaius to point of oommonoomont,
containing 040 ncres  more or less.
JESSIE MURRAYB  INOI.LS  RAMSAY.
Sept.   22.   .. .0. James   l'etlry,   agent
l'EACK, RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   ol   Peace   River.
TAKK notice thnl   lleorgini,  Clark, ol Vancouver, B.C., mnrriod woman, Intonda to apply   lor   permission   to   purchase   the   following described  lnnds:     Commencing nl   a post
planted 7 miles north from u point on the
Hnllway  River nbout   38  mil s down Btroam
Irom   the   mouth   of   Svpress   Creek,    thonco
aouth  811  ehnins:      llience wcsl   80   chains :
thence north od chuins: thence ensl 80 ohalna
lo point ol oommonoomont, contnining    i-,_
acres more or less.     GKOROl.NA  CLARK.
Sept.   22,   lillll. Jnmes   I'ettry.   agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District   Of   Peace   River.
TAKE notice lhat Berhard Anderson, ol
Vancouver, B.C., seaman, iniends to r.pply
lor permission to purchase the following
described lands: Comnieneing nt a nost
planted four miles north of n point on the
Hallway River, about 34 miles down strenm
from the moutii of Cypres'. Creek, thenee
snu'h 80 eliains: theaee ensl SO chuins:
thence north 8D chains : thence west sn
clinins to the point of commencement, contnining 040 acres more or less.
IlKRt'AP'i   *■fnjj.USO.f,
Sept.   21,   1910- James   Pettry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of i'eaee River.
TAKE notice that Robert Gray, of Vnncouver, B.C., waiter, intends lo apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted four miles north of n point on the Ilulfway River, about 34 miles down strenm
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
norlh 80 ehains; thence east 80 chains ;
thence south 80 chains: Ihcnce west 80
chuins to the point oi commencement, containing 040 acres  more or less.
ROBERT GRAY.
Sept.   21,   1910. James   Pctlry,   client
PEACE UIVER 1 \.,n   "STRICT
Dislrict  of  Pence  River.
TAKE notice tjint  Pling W.  McAllister, of
Vaneouver,   B.C..   waller,   intends  to    apply
for permission   to   purchase    the  lollowing
described   lnnds: Commonoing  nt   a    post
plnnted four miles norlh from a point on
tl," Halfway River, ahout 34 mllea down
siream Irom the moulh ol Cypress Creclt,
thenee north 80 ehnins; thenee wesi 80
chains : thence south SO clinins ; thence
enst-80 Chains to point ol commencement,
containing 040 acres more or iess.
pling w. McAllister.
Sept,  21.  1)10. Jnmes  Pettry,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence Itiver.
TAKK. nolice thut Hugh .McDonald, of
Vnncouver, B.C., miner, intends to only
for pciinission to purchase tie fo'lowlng
dosorlbed lands: Commencing :,. n post
plnnted four miles north Irhn a i int un
the Ilulfway river, nbout _u miles down
strenm from the no'i I, ol '.'yprot-s Creek.
Ihcnce Soutli 80 ■ "luia.i- llll.licn v'ist 80
chuins; thence north So chains: thenco cast
80 chains to point of e im-n vm ar., containing 040 aores i ioro or   .ss.
IH'till   Iv   X 1 I FALD.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT
District   of   Peace    Rivi:.
Sept.   21,   1910. •   nies   Retire,   agent
TAKE nolice thai Bert I,. Cooper of Vancouver, inieiuls lo apply for iiermission lo
purchase the followlug i.e., "la (I lamb :
Commenolng at a pn-: | lanted f ._r miles
north from a point on the Ilulfway River,
about 30 miles down siieuni Loin the
mouth of Cypresa Creok, thonoo .oulh 80
ehulns; thenee nisi. 80 enalna; thence noith
So chains ; thenee west So chuins to point
ol coiiinieiiceiiient, eontnl.lo-! S_. miCS
more or less. BERT L. COOPER.
Sept.  21.  l'JIO. Janus  peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of I'enee River.
TAKE notice Hint George E. McAllister,
ol Vanoouvor, B.C., Insurance ngont, intends to npplv for permiaslon to pureiiase
lhe lollowiag described lands: Commonoing
ut a post plnntod lour miles nortii ol a
point on the Hallway River about 30 miles
down Btream (rom the mouth of cypress
Creek, thenci' norlh 80 ohalnB: thenco west
80 chains: thonco soulh 80 ehnins: tleiice
ensl 80 eliuins to polnl of conini."i""ui.'iit,
oontninlng 040 ncres mine or less.
GEORGE  E.  McALI.ISTKR.
Sept,  21.  191U. Jumcs  I'ettry.  ngent
PEACE RIVER ..AND DISTRICT
District o! Pence Rivor.
TAKK, notice thut Julia Ramp, ol Vnncouver, B.C., splnsler, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the lollowing (1,8-
crlbed binds: Commenolng nt n post plnnted on Hie nortii shore ol Iinlfwav Rlvcr.
about 34 miles down slrcnm Irom the
mouth ol Cypress Creek, nnd nt the (ill-
Mile post ou the Royal North Wcsl. Mounted   Police   trail,   Ihenee   norlh    80    ehnins ;
Ihenee west   80  ehnins:   thenee  south  to  the   	
river:   thenee  following   Ihe  nienntlerliig   of  elinlns;  tlicnce south  SO chains;  then
the   river  down   strenm   to   point   ol   com- 80 chains lo  point   of commoncemont
mcnoemeiit, oontninlng  040 acres more or talnlng 040 ucres more or loss
less. JULIA   KAMI'. CHARLES   11   ' I
Sept.   21.   1910. James   Pctlry,   agenl   Sept.   21,   1910. Jul
PEACE RIVElt LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE nolice thai Chnrlcs Bell Huddle, of
Vancouver, B.C., solicitor, intends to apply for permission lo purchaso the following described binds: Commenolng nt n post
plnnted I miles norlh Irom n poinl on lhe
Halfwav River, about 80 miles down lie
slrcnm Irom lhe moulh ol CypreBB (re,
Ihenee   north   80   chains:   llience     carl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Alice Reed, of Vancouver, B.C., married woman, intends to apply
for permisaion io purohaao ihe following descrihed lauds: Comnieneing nt a post planted 5 miles north from a point on the ilalfwny River about 38 miles do'vu Btream
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, Ihenco
north 80 chuins; thence west 80 chains ;
theuce south 80 chains; llience east 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
ALICE REED.
Sept.   22.   -...d. James   Pctlry,. agent
I'EACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICI'
Dislrict of I'eaee River.
TAKE notice thnt George Brooks, o!Vancouver, B.C., mariner, intends to apply tor
pern,ission to purchiise tlic lollowing d. s-
crihed lands: Conimencing at. a post pl: tiled 5 miles north irom a point on the Halfway River, ahout 38 miles down stream
Irom the mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence
south 80 chains: theaee east, 80 chaius ;
theaee nortii 60 chains; thenee west HO
chains to poink of commencement, oontninlng 040 acres more or less.
GEORGE  BROOKS.
Sept.   22,   1910. Jnmes   I'ettry.   agent
I'KACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice that Ruby Lawrence of Vancouver, B.C.. spinster, intends to apply lor
permission to purchnse the following descriiicd lauds: Comnieneing nt a post planted 8 miles north from a point on the Halfway River and about 40 miles down stream
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
soutli 80 chains: thence west 8U eliains ;
thenee nortii 80 chuins: thence cast 80
chains to point of commencement, contnining 040 ncres more or less.
. RUBY   LAWRENCE.
Sopt.   20,   l'JIO. Jnmes   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peaoe River.
TAKE notice that Eivin Edwards ot Vancouver, B.C., cook, Intends to apply for
Iiermission to purchnse lhe following described lands: Commencing at a post, plnnted 5 miles north of a point on the Halfway River about 38 miles down stream from
tiie moutii of Cypress Creek, 'hence north 80
chains: thence east 80 chains: thenee south
80 chailis: thenee west 80 chains lo point
of commencement, contnining 040 acres
more or less. ELVIN  EDWARDS,
Sept.   22,   l'JIO. Jnines   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice that Ada Elizabeth Clayton,
of Vaneouver, B.C., married woman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following desoribed lands: Commencing nt n
post planted 3 miles norlh of ,-i post on
the Halfway River, nbout 38 miles down
siream Irom tbe mouth of Cypress Creek,
thence north 80 chains; theuce cast 80
elmins; thence south 80 chains; tht'nee west
80 chains to point of .comiaencumejit. ,con,-.
taining 840 acres more'or less,
ADA ELIZABETH  CLAYTON.
Sept.   22,   3.--0. James   Pettry.   ngent
I'EACE RIVER LAN!) DISTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice that Robert Cash, of Vnncouver, B.C., barber, intends to npply for
permission to purchase lhe following described lands: Commencing nt a post planted 3 miles north of a point on the Ilalfwny River and about 38 miles down stream
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
north 80 chains: thence west 80 chains :
thence south 8(1 chains: thence east 80
chains to point oi oommonoement, contnining 640 acres more or less.
ROBERT CASH.
Sept.   22.   1910. James   I'ettry.   agent
I'EACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice thut James Mallolcy, of Vancouver, B.C.. tobacconist, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Conimencing nt a post planted 5 miles norlh from n point on the Halfway River, and about 38 miles down .trenni
from the mouth of Cypreas Creek, thence
south 80 ehains: thence .vest 80 chains ;
thenee nortii 80 ehains: thenee enst 8u
ehnins to point ol commencement, containing 040 ucres more or less.
JAMKS  MALICICY,
Sepl.   22.   l.iO. James   I'ettry.   ngent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Alfred John Phillips, of
Vancouver. B.C., bar lender, intends to apply for perniission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted 11 miles nortii from u point on the
Hallway River, aboul 30 miles down 8tream
from th'" moutii of Cypress Creek, thenee
soulh 80 ehnins: tlicnce enat 80 chains ;
thence nortii 80 chains; Ihenee west 8u
ehnins to point of commencement, containing 040 neres, more or less.
ALFRED   i""N  """ LPS
Seel.   21.   1910. James   Pettry,   ngonl
I'EACE  RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT
District   of   I'eaee   River.
TIKE noiice thai  Eater Ncwlnnd, of Vancouver,  spinste!.   intends  to  upply  for  permiaslon io purohaae the (ollowing   described
lands:     Commencing at  a  post   planted    i
miles  north   from  a  point   on   lhe    Iinlfwav
River, about 30 miles down stream from the
month   of   Cypress   Creek,   thence   north    Ho
ehnins;   thence  eust   b\   chains;   thenee   south
80 chains:    thence   weat   St) ,liains lo point
of   commencement,   containing   sin    pcroa
more  or  less. ESTER  NKWLANI).
Sept.  21.   1910. Jamea  I'ettry,   agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of I'eaee River.
TAKE notice thai Virgin Bucliannn, of
Vancouver, B.C., hold clerk, intends lo npply for permission to purohnse the lollowing described lands: Conimencing ut a post
planled two miles north Irom a point oa
the Hallwuy River, about 30 miles down
stream Irom the mouth ol Cypress Creek,
thence north Ho ehulns ; thence east SU
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains to point of oommonoement, con.
talnlng 1)40 ucres morn or less.
VIRGIN   BI'OIIA.NAN.
Sept.   21,   l'JIO. Jnmes   Pctlry.   agent
PEACE if I VER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot of I'ciec River.
TAKE notice tlmt Viola A. Cameron, ol
Vancouver, B.C., stenographer, IntendB to
apply for iiermission tu purohaso the following descrihed lands: Commeneing at a
post planted two mites north of a point on
the Ilalfwny River, aboul 30 miles down
Btream trom the mouth ol Cypress Creek,
thenee north 80 chains: thence west 80
ohalna; thence south 80 chains; thence ensl
SO clinins; to point of commoncemont, contnining 040 acres more or less.
VIOLA   A.   CAMERON.
Sept..   21,   1910. James   peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
Districl of Pence River,
TAKK. notice Hint Gerard Luckyer Bctts.
of Vnncouver, B.C., civil engineer, intends
to apply Ior perniission lo purchase tbe following descrihed lauds: Commencing at a
l'ost planled 30 miles south easl ol the
mouth of Cypress Creek and about 4 mileB
north of Halfway River and I miles north
of Mile I'ost 7n on the Police Trail, thencu
nortii Sit chains; llience west so chains ;
tbencc south HO chains; iiiencc cast su
chains io point of commencement, und containing ii hi acrea more or  less.
GERARD LI'CKVER BETTS
Sept.  __,   I'.ilo, Frank Wntson,  agent
I'KACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice thut John Vandersten, ol
Vnncouver, B.C., slonc mason, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Comnieneing at a post
planted SU miles south east of the mouth
of Cypress Creek on the north bank of the
Jialfwuy River opposite Mile Post 71) on
the Police Trail, thence north So chains ;
thence west Sll chains: thence south 81)
chains; thence cast Su ehains to point ol
commencement and containing fi.u acres
mom  or  less. JolIN   VANDERSTEN.
Sept.  21,   I'.Hn. Frank Watson,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice thnt William Sanlord Wain-
v.rigbt, of Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends to ui,lily Ior permission to purchnso
the lollowing desoribed lands: Commencing
nt a post plnnted AO miles south eust of
the month of Cypress Creek and 4 miles
north of Hallway Rher and -I miles north
of Mile I'ost 7o on the Police Trnil, thence
north su eliains; thence cast bu ehnins ;
thenco south So chains; thence west SO
chains to point of commencement, aad coa-
tuiniiu. tiln acres more or less.
WILLIAM  SANKORD   WALNWRIGHT.
Sept.  22,  I'.lln. Frank Watson, ugent
I'EACE RIVEK LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Coral Kinghorn ol Vancouver, B.C., married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 2s miles south east ol the mouth
of Cypress Creek and one mile north of
Mile Post 7_, and two miles north of Halfwav River, thence north SO chains ; thence
west 8(1 chains; -thence south 80 ehnins ;
thence, east Su ehains to point to point of
commencement, aad cont..i«ing S4,i acres
more or less. CORAL KINGHORN.
Sept". 22,  1910, Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that Maud Marie Boyer, ol
Vancouver, B.C., married woman, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 28 miles south east of the mouth
of Cypreas Creek and A miles north of Milo
Post 72, Police Trail, and 4 aiilrs north of
Ilalfwny River, theuce south SU chains ;
thence east Sn chains; thence north Sn
chains: thence west SU chains to point of
commencement, nnd containing O.U - .ores
more or less.
MAPI) MARIE  BOYER.
Sept. 2:!,  I'.Hn. Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol  Peace River.
TAKE notice that Jena Louise Lawson ol
Vancouver, B.C.. spinster, intends to   apply
for permission to purchnse the following described  lands:   Commencing nt a post pinat-
<d 28 miles south enst of the mouth o! Cypress   Creek    and    'A  miles   north    of    Mile
post  72.   Police trail, and four miles north
of   Ilulfway  River,   tlicnce  north  Sn chains :
thence   enst    SU   chains;      thence   south   81)
ehnins;  thence west Sll ehains   to point   of
commencement    and    containing    b.U  acres
morc or less.        JEAN LOUISE LAWSON.
Sept.  2:1,   I'.HU. Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER i.AND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Peace River.
TAKE notice thnt Mrs. Errol Chambers o[
Vancouver, B.C., married woman, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the lollowing deacrlbed lauds: Conimencing nt a post
plantod :i:l miles S E o.' the mouth o'l Cypress Creek und 2 miles north of Ilalfwny
River and I i miles nortii of Mile post lis.
Police trail, thence north sn chaina; thence
enst sn chains: thence south Su chains;
thence west su chains to point of oommenoement, and containing 'In acres moro or leaa.
,      MRS. ERROL CHAMBERS.
S'lt.   21.   i'lln. Krunk  Wntson,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAN!) DISTRICT
Diatrlct of Peace Rlvcr.
TAKE notice thnl Herbert W. lflygh, ot
Vancouver, B.C., real estate agent, intends
to apply for perniission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing, nt u
post plnnled :I2 miles S 10 of the moutli of
Cypress Creek, nnd I miles north of Hallway
River and a; miles north of Mile post 08,
Police trail, ihcnce north SU chuins; thencu
west sn clinins; tlicnce south Su ehnins :
thenci' enst sn chains to point ,of oommoncement, and containing tiln acres more or less.
HERBERT  VI.   BLYG1I.
Sept. 26, 1910,   Frank Wntson, agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
PEACE  RIVER LANI) DISTRICT District  of Peace  River.
District   o!  Peace  River. TAK10 notice that Annie McMillan, of Van-
T.KIO  notice    that     lOdwaid  Clayton,    ol couver,  B.C.. married woman, Intends to ap-
Vancouv.r,  B.C., gentleman,  Intends  lo up- ply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing
ply  for   permlBBlon   to   purohaae   the    follow- described    binds:       Commencing    ut a post
ing dosorlbod  land..:    CohimOncIng nt  a post piunted A2 miles S 10 of the mouth ol   Cy-
nlunted  11   miles nortli  from a poinl  on the press Creek, nud   I  miles north o!   Hallway
Hnllway  River, aboul  30 miles down ate.nn\ Rlvcr nnd 8J  miles north of  Mile post Off,
from    the   moulh   of  Cypress  Creek,    thenco Polico  trail,   thence north  80 chuins:   thencu
noith   80  ehulns:     thence  west   80    chuins; enst     si,  chuins:    thonco  south  So   chains;
thence    south     80 chains;     thenoo   east    SO thence west 80 clinins to point of eommenec-
"linins  to  point  of commencement,   contain- incut, mid oontninlng 640 acres more or less.
ing 040 acres mor ' less. ANNIE McMll.LAN.
EDWARD ei.AVTOY. gapti  20,   I'.Hn, Krunk  Watson,  agent
Sept.  21,   1010. James Peltry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAN'll DISTRICT
District  of Peaoo Itiver
TAKE   notice   thnl   Annie   S.   Elliott,    of
Vanoouvor,   B.C.,   stenographer,   Intends    to
apply tor iiermission to purohaao the follow
ing descriiicd  binds:    Commencing nl   a poat
planted     11   m'les   norlh   from   a   point
Ml
Vest
eon-
BI'DIII.E.
I'ettry. ngont
•the   llalfwa,
down   streiu
Creek,   Ihei    s,
80 chai".',; I hen
nisi 80 chains
men!,  eoutuiniiii
Sept.   21.   I 'Hi
River, nnd nboul 30 'files
rom the mouth of Cypresa
outh 80 chains: thenco west
ice norlh SO clinins; thenoo
s tn the point of eoninieuee-
g (i-10 ncrea more or less.
\NN1K S. ELLIOTT.
James  Pctlry.  spent
PEACE RIV Kit LANI) DISTRICI'
Dislriel of ,1'cnce Itiver.
TAKK notice that K. 10. Stevenson, ol
Vancouver, B.C., siewnrd, Intends Io apply
Ior permission to pur chase the (ollowlng described binds: Commencing nt a post planted  30  miles  S 10 of  the  mouth  ol   Cypress
Ci k  and   I   miles soulh  of   Ilalfwny  river,
nnd II miles south ol Mile post 70, thenco
soulh SU ehnins: ihcnce cast Sn ehnins ;
thence north 80 chuins; thenee west SU
chuins to point of commencement, nnd con-
tuining il In ncres morn or less-
K.   10.   STEVENSON.
Sepl.  27,   HHii. Frank  Wntson, ngent
First Insortion ,>r i
i this page Nov. ID. PKACK RIVElt LAND DIS
U.8U1M ol i cace R.v.
TAKE notice thai W llinm i.
\ nnoouvi,. B.C., t lilor, on nas
Ior permissh n to pure ,aae tin ;,,
.iniAi lunus: 1 omim.--o.ng ..; .
,d -s miles so,11 1 east ol ' .1
Cypress 1 reek .md o ie mil) no
1 ,,,-t  1- an,1 - milea nurth ul il 1
i lOAl ':   ,:: . ci::   LAND   111... 111!
I, Btricl  ol  Pen 1   llivi r.
TANK. no;.'. : Ih it   Mrs.    , ilij'  .. ldi
l'uwiiis   described  lunds:   Commeiici ..
Districl  01   Peace  Hu
Ml    |,
(
Mile i"
nee;   lie 114   norm   '
cains   tu   point   ol
illuiiUag 0 IU acres  1
ore or lesi. , 1 commencement,
: KIN.      mon   or less.     M
Frank Watson,  1 gent   Sepi.  28,   IU10.
post  plant-
il    Cypres
Sept.  23,   1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTR
Disirici ol  Peace R v.r. Districl  ul  "  ic   lilt r.
TAKE notice that  Haggle Slnvon oi Vnn- TAKE noi.ee that .     1 s tug 1
couver,  B.C.,  dressmaker,  inteuds  to   nppiy land, di., I..11   :■    1  .   nt™*",,™
for permission to purchnse the lollowing des- pcrmiss.on to
cribed  lands:   Commencing al  n   p: it   plant-   nil inds:
ed 28 miles south cast 01 Hie mouth 01 Cy- cd  30  miles SE ol  the moutli  01
press Creek and one mile norlh of Mile Post Creek  on  the  south  ban,:  01  Half.. 1;   1,
70   nnd   1  nuns   north   ol   Hallway    River, opposite    Mile  post     id,      thonco  south
thence  south  so chains;      ihcnce   wesi    sn ehnins;  thonce west 811 elmIns;  tieneo ni
chains:  thenc,   nortli   *' chuins:  thonco  en t 8) ohnlns mor,  or   ess to bank ol thori,.,
sn  chain.'',   to   poinl   ol  commencement,    and   thence cast     '   s  aionh   u.nih   01    11
containing b.U acres more or less. to  polnl   ol  eoim.um.cm._i,  nna  containini
MAGGIE SLAVES. tl-'"
Sopt. 23,   LU''.             Frank  Watsou,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT _
n.,:ni'i  1.1  Pence Rl, r.
TAKE   noiice   thai   Olive   Marl     Frn
ol  Vancouver,  B.C..  dressimki r, Inten
apply   Ior  iiermission  to  1    "      '"     v
Wstrici of Peace p
TAKE  in,lie thai  Charles Reed  I rolls of TAK-B notico thut  Jesse A11
Vaacouver,   B.C.,  rcul cslute  broker,  uitonus vers, ol  Vancouver, l',c"   '"■','
i; plJ 'or permission 10 purohase tho loi- apply  loi  permission to' n_l._i
low.ng described  lands:   Commonoing   at   n lowing described lands'   Com .
posi   planted 3 lea SE ol  Ihi   mouth of posi   planted   I   mllea  norlh '1
Cypress  Crock and  nboul   :1  mileB  soutu   of on  the  ilai.way  River   ibout
: th  bank  ol  Halfway   oyer and  throe stream   from   ine  niuuth  nl  1
. ilea  south  ol   M h   posi   7",   Police    trnil. in. ne.   ,,. m,   in ,.|, ,i ,.;      ,,..
clmins:  Ihenco  north  su  ohalna;   thencu naaj Sn olmlna'to  po.nt o/'ooinm',!!
su  ohalns   to  polnl    11 cement, • aad   lai ; lilu acres more or I.'
containing 0-U) acres more or leas. JESSE ALBERT IIKM"
CHARLES   REED CROTTS. Sepl    '".1    i'Hn
Se; •. 20,   1011 . Fi mk \\.11 .-,4,11, ii tont  — - ._
I'll,
•L
\ K 10
CE RIVER LAND DISTRICI'
D 'lCt    of    I'  -.''e    Rl\    ,'.
''   Mlh   Posi
JAMES   1I1GGINR
2',   HMO. Frank  Watsoa.  ngoni
PEAI '■'■  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Dist "';t  ot  Peace River,
KE notice tnat  Mrs. Hilda  Paterson, ol
w 11
21,   r.| ,
I.I
PEACE  !
Disl
MOIO   • ntlce
l\
PKACK  RIVKR   LAND   l.'|sVi;i
■-       ■ • ' ' ; t v;?;;'o.-.v,:;;J:;:'''ti;;:\liH1'lv [
lollowing   \   icon r,   B.C.,  laborer,   Intends  to   npply plf   foi   pormiseion  1. rein  ,'
i  .'  \o:o   Ior p "..1   slon to purchase the lollowing ars Ing ,i  icrlbi 1 lam   :   Commenci
1   ol    the   cribed  lands:   Commencing al  n  post  plau! planted   .'  mlleB north  [rom •_
mlK'i I    cd 20  mile,   south eaa!  ol  tho motlth ol Cy- Hallwny  River about 32 niilca '•"
■ nortii ol   press 1   'ek  and  about  2}   mllea   north   ol Irom  t,,.- mo th ol
1 .'chain. :   post    il,     Polico     trail,   tin 110   so ith    hi) t
west    hu   ,'ii una:   thenco west  sn  chains;  thencu  north 0
couiii 0   neat,    nnd    coul'ni'i  ng    040 ' 1   '••■
VN'OTT.      niori   or 1 is .      JOHN  LAWRB   ' E   JEAL, S
yprcas  1 -
'"'■:   inatiia;    thonoo easl   »u  , '
"}'['    north    11    chains;    tliei  v   ,'
_  0 In acri s in,ne or Iosb,
HAROLD  B   101 1 ■
.I'i'iies  I' ur, '';
"I.  20.
PEACE  i.l ilOR LANI
Uth  ,,l  I \ pre is  ,
Mile   P ist   72.   ai
Ifway   Rlvcr,     th
of  Cypreas  Creek   nr
Halfway   River  and
ll
to  poinl  0!   an    1
rth   s.i
otnl   of
chains :  thi ncc wi  ;    -"   1
more or  lei i. nad containing  t> I" acre; m '"■ 01
OLIVE MARIE FRANKLIN. MRS.   1111.l>\   PATERSON
Sept. 23,   I'.ilo. Frnnk  Wataon,  agent s,,|lt   28,  1010. Frnnk Wnl on, ngi
I'lO \(*'-'.   1 r. \ Bl(   1 (Vh   BISTl
District ol P 0 Rlvei '
TAKE    thai  l lllliun   11 .'
■ f   H.C.,  ti  1,  Intende
; I     1 ■ " purohaao tho Iblb
<\> bed land      I     11111 icing al  a  |i
asl   s
thou.
PEACE III. EH  LAND DISTRICT
li  :   .1  ol  Pence River.
TAKE ni tin   th.'   H il ■ rl  Scott,  of   \
eon,''.  B.I  . sn esm in, nm nds to npply for   „
cribed lands: Comme cli e al n post plnnt
nl 30 miles south cast ol the month of Cy
press Creek on the north hank ol the Half
way  River  01
Police Trnil, thcuc
eas,   sii chains:   thence
the  bnnk   ol   rive.':   th
i_ •
cln
PEACE RIVER I. \N|i DISTRICT
D Uriel   nl  Peace  River.
\KK  notice  thnl   Ronald  McKeohnlo,   of
Vnncouver,  B.C .  - tew ird,  inti ndi   to  apoly
.,-. 1 s Ion  in p irehnse the lollowi ig dea-
1 1 cd,:    Commencing at a post  planl    j'
I  miles  S 10  ol  the  mouih  ol  Cyprei s   .'"
n id 1 miles Bouth ol the aouth  1 1	
tllwny river and 2 mllos south of Milo   I"
PEACE Rl\ Eli  LAND DIS'I P.ICT
11,1 ri,, ■ ■  •' i     :; . r.
iii
Hi,   th, nee  soulh   sii
1 ns:   thence  north
lis;      th'-n''!'
mt neement,
""'"•'  """". '    "  '    '       .nd conta n ng i.l" acres     ore or less.
ment,  containing 5_u a, res  moro or  iess, RCK.LD    ' KF.CiLN'II
Se,,. 21,   Kilo. K™kKW-.»n.(,__inl   S""'  "S'   l010'       '    >™nk Wataon,  ag
Vi
I'EACE  RIVER  l,\NH DISTRICT PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Districl  of I'eaee Rher. District  of Peaco River.
TAKE notice  Hint  Ales.  McConcll ot Van- TAKE notice tint William Hoyes McMlll
couver,   B.C..   miner,   Intends   to  npply    Ior ol Vancouver,  B.C.. drayman, Intends to 1
permission   to   purcliase   the   lollowing     dos- I'ly  lor  iiermission   to  purchase   the    folio
cribed  lands:   Comnieneing  at  n post  plnnt- Ing described  Inads:   Com ■'"•.^ nt  a p.. .
ed 32 milea south enst of the mouth ot Cy- pinnted H2 miles SE ol tho mouth ol   f.y-      -.
press  Creek  on  the  north  bank  ol  Halfway cress Creek and   I  mllea north  of    Halfway     ;L
River,   III   chuins     south   ol   Mil"   Post   OS, River and  3J   miles  north  ot  .Hie   posi   us,
theaee  north    so    chains;      ihenee  west   SO Police  trail,   theuee  south   sn  chains:   thenoo
chain-:  thei ce south  sn chains:  thence cist west   sn  chains:    tin   uorth  SO    chains;
su chains  lollowing bank  ol  river to  point thence ensl  SO chains to point ol commenc.-
of commencement,  nnd  containing li-10 nn-s ment, and containing 040 ncres more or less.   "."
more  or  less.                ALEX.   M.CONELL. WILLIAM  HOYES  McMILLA.N      '" ''''
Sept.  21,   1010.             Frank  Watson,  agent Sept. 20,   l!)D).              Frank   Watsoa,  rgent
11, .
I'AKE notlci
. n    'i. ' ■     r less. JOHN   1,1 LI.M IN,
S : ■   -■',  li)iu. Kr '..ii.  Wniaoi , a , nt e,,
I'lO VI 10 RI! ER  LAND  DIS. RIOT
TAKE notice thnt  (..   1  ■    ,1 11       ol  \ m
couver,  B.C.,  real nal  to bi    cr,  intends   to pi ; ,
ends   Ing doscribed  landa:    C ,1 I ig ..1  ., 1 0 I '''':''
fol-   plantod  20  inllci   south  ens!   ul  I 11    moul 1 ' ',  .
t    a   nl Cypreas Crci k and 3J  miles  noi lb ol tin ' '
the   H',liw,".V  rlvcr, and 2.J  miles north ol  Mile } '"■'
orth   l"l!'<- "•'. Police trail, theuee north SO ch ina: "'"'1
the   thence   east     sn  chains;     ihenee  Booth     lu '.''"'
.. ,    chaina;  thenco  west   so chains  to   poinl    ol ','
i   t.   commencoment,    nnd    containing 04u       res ,
or   Sept.  80,   l'JIO. Frank Wntaon, n„ nt „
PEACE RIVER  LAN,' DI - ! Rl 'T
Districl  ol  Pence  Ri\ r.     .
'""■    Cypn b i ree i and' -J   milea north ol 11  If- "    .
WILLIAM   HA'
■   M,   I'H'i. ,,,,.,,._   p ..
I'EACE  RIVER   L\N|,   HIST
Districl of I'.'.i'-e Rivi ■ '
"I is,   tlic  foil,
nm, nclng a! 11
PEACE  U1VEK   I'M,  n
0!  Cypn  .-  ('
of   Halfway
Mih    Post  70
tain
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT Sepl
District  of  I'eaee  River.
TAKE  notice   lhat   Nellie   E.iith   Marl Icy,
o! Vancouver,  B.C.,  stcnogrnphor,  intends to
auply for permission to purclinsc  tho follow       -p
ing described lands:   Commencing at  n   post   ,,,, ...
.  IpUutc/ ' '
lure  or  I. ^
opt. :in,   r.
WILLI. M    ir.'.,
.CIO RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlol  oi  1' ace River.
l'EACK, RIVKR LANI) DISTRICI'
Districl Ol I'enee River.
TAKE notice that Dougall II. McColl, 0!
Vancouver, ll.C, broker, Intends to apply
for permiaslon i„ purchase thi following described lands: Commencing nt n posi iilanted ::2 mileB south east of the mouth ol Cy- .     , .        ,
press Creek  on  tho  north  bank  of  Hallway '         ,.' ",   "    "', "   ',,    , iln"."","'  '',,'i',-* I"'  '"   '"'
Over.   -P.    chnlna    aouth   of  Mile   post  bl | -,.;:;'■■■; ">   '"'    ,     «"«<, ■•    . cribc    ,„n,
ot?ns: iZm so;\C,8unSci.a.-.:n0tnencfU't W «l  ™'«" *■««•„ * ?«  ™«?«2 ^„res  V
SU eliuins along  tho bank ot  rlvcr lo  polnl sj,  ,,, '.."',   .,',    ;); ','.,„.   Jq  .1.'   .'   , ,   '. '  ,;' v',   '   ';"'
of commencement, and containing i'w.i  aires   '. .Amm„'    ,'' ,''     ' , '   '   ,.,',  '"   ''' ■'
more or less.           DOI'O.I.L II.  HcCOLL. '   'omjiie.nicmcnt..   aim   contaimnt   un  an.., ,,,;.    ,   .
0 ,.    01     i,.i,,                 rc-    1    11   ,     .,           -. Iliore  or    t ss. '.1   eleiins-
Sept. 21,   11)10.             Frank  Watson,  agent NELLIE  l"i"'''l   -"Al.in.F.Y , -,„,   s ,   .■
Sept. 20,   I'.Hn. I'i'.ink  Wnlson,  agenl .,',']  ,,,,,,1.,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT  '_ __   niiacoiuo
District of  I'enee  River. """ ,.    ,    „.,
TAKK, notice    that    William  John McGre- PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT h|lrt-  —
gory,  of   Vancouver,   B.C.,     bookkeeper,    in- ,.   .. ,     Districl   ol  Peace  River.  —
tends  to  apply  for  permission   to  purchaso TAKE nolice  that   Churl s  Ross  Wny,   ol            PEA
the  following  described   hinds:    Commencing Vnncouver,  B.C.,  medical  -indent,  intends lo
nt    a    post    planted :io   miles s 10 of the apply for permisaion to purchase thu lollow-      TAKE  1
moutii of Cyureaa Creok and 2 miles   south Ing described lands:   Commencing a!  a  nost ol Vnucou, r,  ll.C.. slono cul   r,  in!   1
01 Hallway' li, ver. and 2. miles soulh of planted 32 miles s 10 of the mouth ol Cy- apply [01 p mi. Ion to p ■.,- 0 tin Ii
Mile pout 70, thence north 80 chains; thonce Press Creek nnd .", miles north ol Halfwiy ing d, rib, 1 ■ nds: Conn 'nel nl 0
east sn chains; thence soutl, SU chains; River nnd 4. miles north ol Mile post us, Iilanted 32 mi S E ol th mouth ol
Ihcnce west '"i chaias to point ol comuicnco. thence north SO ehnins: thence west so press t eek nd 2,m les mth of !la
ment. and cnnl,lining 0-10 acres ntore or less, chains:   thenco  soutli   sn chains;   theaee  eusl River and   i\  mil s  south  ot  M 1    posi
WILLIAM  JOHN   McGREGORY. s"  chains  10   polnl   ol  commencement,   and ihenee  north    Sll  chaina:    I unci
Sept. 2ii,   loin.            Frank Watson,  agent contnining 010 acres more or less. chnina:  thei :outh  Su c|          thonco
 .  CHARLES  ROSS   WAV. 81) chains   to  point   ol  comm  ment,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT SePl" -'''•   l!l'"-             l?mnk "'also:,,  agent' contnining tilt) ncrea more or less.
District  of Peace  River. -      .... JAMES EDWARD  STYLES,
.1
'ALIO notice thnl   Mibe
',  B.C..  real estate brok
iled  2,1   miles  S I',    li
I   n\ •  and  IJ  mi
Po Ici   trail,   Oe noi   ■
lept. ti",   l'.iln. !■' - ','.  v, 11
PEACE \:i\ ER LAND I'!.-..
Districl  ol  Pen     Ri\ •
TALK notice thai   John  Lcttl I
Diiver,  B.C., real 1,: ite bfo 1 r,
n ■ describod lnnds:    Comnii ncln|.
1  nl   I 21! mih s south 1 n 1 ol t
'HN   nllllTlH
and   I ',  milea
trnil,   thonco
lie nee     w
commencement    1
■''    more or  leas,
lld   Sept. 30,   1910.
•II-   LIT,'I,
'r ■ v.  it' ii; on
Sopt. 25,   1911
Krunk Watson, .agent PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRII 1
Districl  ol  Pence RL r.
TAN 10 nnt'",' thnl   Sidney Arth      [1    I
K.'.i'K. RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl   of   Peace  River.
■  not '■'   that   Gi   ; .-    Elliott   ! cud,
. ir [" rmisi-ioii i'i j.
'■' ".•''„'" :""  cribed lands:   Comu
he following   ,„|  ,,u   ,,.;.,, ,,   .
,w"»» way   River.
'    wcsl   Sn   ell
ins  lo pnml  of
II,'.!.','   AR Pill '
Frn 1]   v, .■
Frank  W
TAKK   nolice    thai      Henry   Davidson,    of l'EACK  RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Vaacouver,   B.C.,   steward,   intends  to  apply Dislrict ol  Peace River.
Ior permission to purohaao the lollowing dcB- TAKE    nolice    that   Marshall   Hni_tn,    of
cribed  lands:  !Commencing at a poat plant- Vancouver.  B.C.; steward. Intends  to   apply j\y
ed 30 miles SE   Irom   the mouth   of   Cy- [or permission to purchase the following des- 0i \:.'.
pr.ss Creek  and  2  miles soulh  of   Hallway cribed bind;:   Commencing nl  a  poat  plain- ,,1,. ri. .,
Kiver nnd 2_  miles south 0LMH0 I" sl    7o, ed  30  i-iilis  S 10  of  the   mouth   of    Cypress described     Ini
theiiao   norlh     so  ohnlns;      thenco  weat    SO Crock  and   I   miles  soulh  ol   Hallway  rlvcr, h,.m,,,|  'm in
chains:  thenee soutii  sn chains;  thence eust and   !'.  miles south of Mile post  70,  t hence [,-,,„,,  ,.'",.   .,','
R0  chaina   la   point   ol  commencement,    and south   81)  chains:     thence  west   SU    eliuins: j.;,','.  .... ;  0
containing  040 ucres more  or  less. thence    north     80  chnlna;      thonce  est   so ,,,.., ', ., ;f
HENRY  DAVIDSON. chains lo  uoint  of  commencement,  and  con- l...   «(.(•!-!-
Sept. 20,   I'.ilii.              Frnnk   Wataon,  agent taining 1140 acres more nr Ir-sa. ,|„. „.,'. w       ,,,'
   .  MARSHALL HARK1M. ,„,,',.,    ..j ,1
I'KACE RIVER LAND PLSTRICT Sept. 27,   I'JIn.              Fr.ank   Watsoa.  agent ' '    '    „,
TAKE  notice  that   Stanley   C.    Miller,   ol PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICI'
Vancouver,   B.C.,   steward,   inten.Is  to  npply Dlstrle!   of  Peace River. PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Ior perniission to purchase the lollowing ces- TAKK notice  that  Mrs.  Elizabeth    Kelley, Dlslriel  ol  !'",■ 1  River
cribed  lunds:   Commencing nt  11 post  plant- of Vancouver,  It.,'., married woman, Intends TAKE notlci   that  Willi    . Burn 1:  11
ed  32  miles SE ol  thn  mouth  ol   Cypress to apply for permission n purchase  the fol- of  Vancouver,   B.C.,  1 ,,;..■ 1 ,        itcnd
Creek  nnd   I  mil     so th  ;,:'   Hnllway    river lowing described  lnnds:     Commencing al    n   apply tor pormisslon lo 1  the lollow"   ,'.','i'i'I'i "i'"-'" ■
•'""I  IS mi:os  ' Mil    post lis,   theuee , „.«    piunted    :tl   miles aouth  p.,81   ol   tiie ing dec:':.,.'  lands:   Com)   ,1  lug   il  n  mi   ,.,1   ,"  »1!
south   BU  chains:     tl is!   so   chains; mouth ol Cypresa  Creek on  ('•.■ -outh  bank planted :!n m  es  SE 0    Hi    m   ith  ol Cy-    ■,'.■■"   ,'."1 —
thonce  north    SU  chains;     tlicnce  west    KU   -(   ffnllwav  river  0 isltc    M'le  posi    B«, press Creek,  aid 2 1         so th  ,.,   Ilalfv   v       1 Vi'    !■ "  „"',,        ■■  "
chains to point  of commencement ,and   con- thenee  south     80  chains:    thence   east    sn river and  ::'.  miles    .   th ol   •'      posi      u    ,',.'  1     .    '"''         "
talnlng 04U acres more 01  less. chains;  theuce  north  I'.n chains more  or Icrs   th louth    "  cl ,ii  ■     1 ,, ,,,.   «    .    ■,',      '             '    "'          '
STANLE.   ''.  MILLER. i„  river  bank,    thence wesi   sn ehains   loi    ehalns: them      .   ih  -1 chain     >,■..,    t   _,,   .                       ' ennu
Sep!   27,   I91U l:,'.,.  Wn :   ;,,.,   ,      river  1 k    to  point  of 00m ien« -■"■■.     s to  point  of comm      men.',    md     ,';'.'.•';  Bin'', or!
PEACH R1VI0I!  LAND HI-OI'RICT MRS.   ELIZABETH   KKI.I.K", "   WILLIAM   P.    "'          IIII.A   D        .   „i    ot    mm              TIIOM/
District ol  Peace River. Sent, 28,   11)10.             Frank  Watson, agenl Sept.   20,       IO,           p   ,,    ,,  ■   .             ,     "■!"■■ -'•  '"""•
TAKK.  noth     thai     William   Fielding,    ol                      ■   —
Vancouver,   B.I   .  laborer,    it,   li   to     ppl) PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT PEACE P.IVER l.ANI) DISTRICI                      PEACE RIVER LAND P
tor permlsaloi   to    irchasc  ih   lollowing d, |, .,•':  ol  Pence  Rl,  r, I'   ' let  ol  Pence  ',
cribed land imcnolni     I      pos!   , TAKE notlci   thu!   Mm. Caroline Jobo,   ol TAKE nm        1         Thont     En    •   Frei
ed  :i2 mill     SE ol I      moutli ol   Cypn ,   neon or,  B.C.,  mnrrl  i   •   mo ,.  inten Is to -"' L  ■     ■                        , merchant. Intend.
Crcck and 4  m       south ol Hallway  1   or, ipplv for permisaion In piiiehaac the follow- 0 npply                    ,'   ;.   ■ ,,     -___..!,    ;„:      ermiaaion   i'o  purchase tho  followl
i11"1,1'   '"'''- »"':; "; Mib   poat OS, thence :,:,  descrihed  lands:   Commencing nl   a posi     ",',''■::'          '      '               111   1 ,i„.|  |ft„d«:   Commenc  al  n  no
! "',|   ""  "'■""''     ;' ,:"''   *'««'   s"   ''"""'': Planted 32 miles S 10 ol the mouth  ol   Ov-     "'     |    ;     i mil,    S I. ol th,   mouth  ol   ,.,l  28  mils  south  ensl   nl   tho   m
thenco  north    SU  chains;    thence   ens",    81) .,,.1  Creek  and  2  miles  north  ol   Hnlfwnv Lypresi   (reel     • |                 nnrth  ol    llnll    fyoresa   Oreok   nnd   H   mllos   north
chaina to  point   of commenc nt,  and  con- ,;, ,.,. ..„:   |j   „,;i s  „,,|.|ti  nf   M'le  poal   08, wnj   River .    1   I .   ,,, !   .    ... h  of   Mile poet    p,,,.! "-•'    Police  Trail    ami    I    aile
taining 0 In noma more or less. Police  trail,  thonoe  south   so ehnins;   'hence ,''H.   Pollci    ti    !,     tin    0   north   B0   chainB ;   of   ITalfwnv   River    thenco   north   IU
WILLIAM   FIELDING. v.e,i   R0    ehnins:     thonco  north   sn  ohnlns:   thenco    ensl    - ml    ;    thence    south    WI   thonco   west   80  chaina:      thence  a<
Sept. '_,,   I'.ilii.            Frank  Wnl on,  ngenl thcr.ee east so chains to polal 0! comn-'iiee- chains;   them    w   1   ,n  chains  lo   point    of   eliains;   thenee eaet  Su chnlna  to   1
ment, and containing (iiu ncrea morc or less, commeneem    1     nnd    contnining  040   ncrea   commencement,     and  conlili  1     III
PEACE RIVKR LAN
Districl  oi  Peac
TAKE  notice thnt  Thorn,
,„\er,   B.C.,   watchman,   i
nf  tin
VLBERT  RE.'
PEACE  RTVER   1 \VD   DISTRII !'■
Blstrl ■  ol  Pea »  I:
sn ehnins:   tl"
of    coiiiiii'-'c"
MILTON   HARTLEY
I  '■'.    I'.Hn, James   Pel,
PEAI '■'   RiVIOK   I \N|>   OISTRK"
niStrlO!   of   Peace   Hiver.
'IKK notice thnt Charles II.  RiMkh
'■'■ un  r,  B.C., electrician,  Intends t
tn
Hi
His
T\l
Pee ll    R '
Jnmos  :.le
.I   erli "'i  ii a:   Commonoing al
■ 1 ii.s  th  from  n  poim  0
I'"   ■.   River nboul  32 miles down   1
■ a   1  ..  mo ith  ol Cypress  Creek,     1
nl   so ohalna:     th ist  8u   c
.,,..  north    80 ch ,1 a;      thonoe we. •
Ina   in  polnl  of c innci mont,  001
CHARLES   IT.   IIUCKI..
pt.  29,   I91i . James   Peltry,
11   LAND   DISTRII
|i
I"
nt
PEACE RIVKR LANII DISTRICT
Districl  of  peace River.
TAKE notice  thnl   David  Smith,  "f  Vancouver,  B.C., mariner,  Intends lo   apply  lor
. riued lands: Oomiu'cucin: in .1 posi pl 1 1
cd :l."i miles S K. oi tin mon ' nl Cypi .
Creel;, mid  2  in,I s so 11',  ol  II illw 15   liver,
nnd  2  mile,  soutli  ol   Mile  p 1 1   ill',,   11 ce
nnrth  so    ehulns:    then 0 wis;   sn ch iiu
thence    south   su  chnlna:    thenc,    e,. 1    So
ehains in polnl  "I comm, n 'ement, und contnining ii 10 acies more or Icbb,
11 \ - i'i SMITH.
Seid. 28,   11)10. |.| in||  Wntson, agenl
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlol  ol  Peace Rlvcr.
TAKE notice thnl  Mrs.  Lilly  Hastings of
Vnncouver,   B.C.,  married woman,  lr.li.nds to
.•.pply for |i '"n'ssin'i to p'li'i"! lie tho 'allow-
i-i'.'.'scii'.eii hinds: Crarmcnrlnynlapo   plnntod
MRS. (MR,11 INK JOSE,      ncres "'"!'  "-' less. ,.,„,■,. „i  less.
Sept. 24,  I'.iin.             Frank  Wntoon, agent                     I'HOMAS  ERNEST FRBELAND      s,',l   "'I    lulu
 , Sept.  20,   1911),              Frnnk  Watson,  ngt.nl
>od I : Cou,,,
' '• ' " ■ e, "' rlh from ."
II- iv River nbout 32 miles down
Irom thn mo,ni, of 1 ireas Crci .
North so ehalns: thence Ens! ■'
Ihem South sn chains: thencu IV, ,1
'   to  point   ,,f  commencement,   '"I
JA .
Fi
•ii.'.i.'ii'e; li in a" ., . iore or I '■ .
IEORGE Tini,',i",,'
Jnmca  Pel
PEACE Rl Villi  LAND DISTRICT
"I
!',
TAKE nolice  Mint   Jamea  Hal tl,  nl    Van
'  .T.  B.C.,  barber,  Intends  10   np] ly   ' ,r
ermis ion   lo   i"'i""i,"       h llowlu :     .h"
1 ' nu Is:   c "ii Ing al   a   p ml   nin il
1 '.' in : :-. 10 ol tho 111 null ,•! Cyuress
"' ad .' mllet north of Halfway Rlv-r,
ml 1'. mil a north "I MUc poBl 08, P ,1'cc
■ :. Ihcnce north SO ch 'Ins; thenoe w st
1  cln Ina:   thenco   south   so  chain 1:    in."ice
I'EACE RIVER  LANII DISTRICT
District ol  Peace  River.
.!•: I
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Dlslriel  of Pence  River,
I.   29,   Ml In. .1   .,.,     i> ■     .
PKACK  RIVKR   LAN!)   DISTRICT.
.1' .    I III      Ie
( "I
lit.  24,   I'lln.
I .MRS   BAIRD.       ,, '
Frank Watsoa,  as;Ant   ..-„,,,i 20    |',n
miles S E ef th.   ■ 11 11H1 ol
1   C"   south-1   a    ..;    Half    .
outh   It)  chain,   fi     Mile   ■
IN   RICH M:n  li , ITYM '.',' '
Frnnk  Wateon, agent   :
1   ".'" I    !■ ad":        i'.n in
ilnnl d   '-.'-  miles  S I'I ol
".". Creek  and   1  miles
".   Pnllco  trail,  and  ft  n
iv   River,   Ihenco  north
isl   'n   ehnins:     tl 11
nal  mid eoal lining din
' pt.  23,   1910,              !•':■•
*'.i   11101
orl1'   i.l
; "iln   s
mini   ',[
DAVE
Dislriel nl  ]',ace  River,
AKF  no   ih ,1   \lm 1   Ciarl :' ■'"'
c iver  11.  0. unci Hon   Pressor,  Hit,   ;' '"
' I"     up ■'    Ior ,. mil islnn 1.1 pun b ,«c the !'■■'"',
'< ' '    ins   deanr lied   hind,::  c immcni ine   al  11 I1"'1
''•     Idnnli 1   in miles  North  from  n   pob '
'"' I    tho   II ■!','.-V   River    nbout   II.   miles  '!"•;'
Ik'I    . '1   mi   ''■■    1 ii  mouih  0!  1 yprcsi   i'i •'".
:'""    C" ■.'■■•  No Hi   ""  chnlnAs;     thonco   I'll '    ,
■•"■■   olmlna:  l.hmioo South ' hnlnn:  llience IV«
"l""     sn   ehalni    lo   polnl   of  commenccm nl  »""
I'is-   contnining 040 ncrea morn or less.
ALFRED  CLARK
Sept. 28.   Itlln.
PEACE  P.IVER LAND DISTRICT
li' trie'  of  0    R<vrr,
\'- 10 notice O'lil Wnl! " Flsi 1 r of .'
.er, B.C., M.llv,-i-'.i, : 'ei'i" to n
eei-n's Inn lo n rch ' .- i' ,■ lollowing
he moulh of Cyp ,Cw.k rrUm-l l,i..i,.; fSmmencint' nl n p n nl
idfwny i|ver. „, ,;■,.,   ,1  " ,   m'lea  S K  ol   the  innut'i    1!    Ov
mi's Pottry,
-.-ni.
P10 ICE  IUVER  LAND DIR'I RIOT
in trie!  of  Peac.   River.
'AKE  nnliee  thnl   Oltn   IVhul er,  ol
aid containing Wn '..'... ,e'|.".'   '
M:::-;. LILLY II .STINi
Sept.28, 1910, ,',.",i.v.'..   ,,, • ■„„
1'irst insertion of nolice. on 11,1. 1 ago :    ., 1
trail, nnd  ft  1, 'I
PEACE   RIVKR   LAND   DISTRICI
nistrlo! of Ponce Rlvcr,
TAKR notiee thai   Richard  Smith of
..Oliver  11) c.
only for DcrmlnSlon (n
Ing deacrlbed  I nds:  C,
plant™]   In  mil      .orl
he    II "llw iy      ii ll
ntlnn   I'
ll"
il oontnlnliig r, in ncre« mom or less.
W.Pl'F"   FISHER
pt. 2:1,   1910, Frank  IVntaon,  ngenl   Si
ml  Inlnfe
■ni. ic'iA ui nt,    end   cln
!)TT0  V li M 1 I'R.      e.i
rank  Watsoa,  mjent
PEACE  RIVKR   l.ANI)   DISTRICT.
Dislriel o'f  I'eaee River. ,.  ,
TAKE notice ihni   Edward  Gray "' *«"■
oouver, nomijjntlon Walter, Intonda to     ''■,
i'i"''".'S" Un   loll "•■    for   Permission    to  purchnso   Hie  folio"'™
 "•"-to- nl   ■   post   described lands; Commenolng at. n post i'l»n:
from  -1   nolnl  on   ted 9  miles from n  polnl  on  the  H'1   ,,
ml    ■''!  miles   'own   Rlvcr about ,2 miles down stream Ir""1 1„,';
'   of   Cyprcsi   Creek,   mouth   "I   Cvproso  Cre"':,   thonce   Nm     <"
""■' ''    Fin il   8D   ''.nn 'Ci •.,,. Wen! sn cbnlnu:  tbonci   Sn"'
di u 11;  C"  '    Wi it   Wl  oh  :'i 1;   I   Ensl   80  olmlna  '" I '  .
I'UO'l   "I   BU|t:i|i)   ,,..,    of comnii ■■ nr .and  containing B-IO """
more or less EDWARD S«"  ,
Sept. 29,   1910, James Pettry. <>?■"
RICHARD SMITH PEACE  RIVF.lt   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that  Samuel  Harris,  of
Vancouver,  u.O.,  occupation  Agent,  in-
I'lOACIO   ItlVlOH   LAND   DISTRICT,
Dislriel of Cnriboo.
'i'AKE notice thut Walter Van  Blarl
oom   of    Vancouver,    u.i
Accountant,  IntendB  to
I'KACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
Districl nl' Curiboo, K+
.....  TAKE  notice  that  John  Maxwell  of £
in nun on Vancouver, li. C„ occupation Uentlemai
¥____\/__k>/_^^«--V><--WA<--->?---->--
10.   cor
thenoe
Jlver,  and  marked  "S.  II.,  N
finer."   thence   south   80   chain,
most 80 chain-,  thence nortji .so ohains.
■tlu-noe   otisl   SO   elinlns   i,    "
jBoiiin,ono,.',,win   contalnin
Bloro  or  loss.
tin,   iiolul   of
G10     aoros
S-M1IEL   HAKIMS,
William Ita,Hoy, Agent,
September   10,   mio.
oorner"   thenoo  „i„-,o   lilver, and marked ",T. M„ S. 10. corner,"
80 chains, thence cast si ohalns, thence m,_','-_ rt.?rth 80 «">alns, thenoo wost so
., ,o_ini. 0|1R)nB|   tii8nce  soutn   _0  oliains,  thonce
eon c'ast S0 o'"1'1'" to l|io 1'oint of com- .-,
mencement, containing liio acres more >
or less. ^
JOHN   MAXWELL,
Wllllum   Ludloy,   ..gent
Sept.  17th.  1010.
■\v.  V.   11.,  S.W
utlns, theno	
south  SO ehulns,  tlicnce  west  Sli chain,
to   the   point   of  commencement,
talnlng (ill) acres more or loss
WALTER   VAX   BLARICOM.
Jonathan Qraham, Agent.
September l(i,  11)10. -
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT,
District    of    Carilioo.
TAKE notice thai   Ethel  Ituso Spenoo
f Vancouver",' u c., occupaiioii  Married   Hed Woman, Intends'to apply  for per- Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   Oenth
'Oman, intends to apply for permission   m|Esion   to   purchase   the   following o'c- !"""'   lnt'''"'"s   t(>   apply   lor   permission
Commenolng nt n nost ,    jmroliaso   Hi-    lollowing    described f.
half inilos ,,',     ;  ,Commencing at a  post planted    *
B i'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distriot of Cariboo, J
p  TAICE notice that  Viola Surah  Linton 0p   Vancouver
I "'•
■ to 'pui.'hiiso   the    u'll'lnwln .    desoribed scilbed   lnnds
B lands:   Commencing  al   a   post   planted planted about  elovei
I about one mile south and one mile wost soutl I ten mllos west of the*south'
■ of the southeast corner of the Domln on _ag|   _prner  (l|.   |||(,   Dom|nl      Q      "
_E__t  Government   Reserve,   and   about    nine Illem   Regerve ,,  a--ou.
miles north of Swan Lake, nnd marked ]n   n   westerly
L., S.E. corner," llience west so Lu|.,._ 1||](J  lll.,',.k,.,|
PEACE   RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Tom   .Maxwell   of
el ion    from
about 17 1-1 miles wost and li mllos ^i
soulh of tbe southeast oorner of the T
Dominion     Government     Reserve,     in ta
jy"lef the vicinity of Cut Rank River, a trlbn-
MU1"  l.nry of  Pine  River, and marked
"V, S.  I... ».... corner    in         "  -   • Lake, and marked "IS,  ,:. s, s. io. cor- V."y,,'"  ''lno "'ver, and marked "T. M„ Wfl
chains,  thence  "'J''1'.'''' ''",;',',   . l\lH "e-    Hicnoe   wesi   su    ohulns,    thence ;V   l" oornei,"  thonce south  so ohains, 23
'"■"", M ''■",", ,'.-' ,    , ,  ,        ,i  ™,       - ,",'""' 80 ohall-S' ""'"'•'' 8a<" 80 chains, l "'',"'11 M'VS|  s0 ol"alna, thence north 80 fA
to the point „i onmiiKii,. in in. (on,,,,,, i|;,,„.,, BOUth g0 ,.!,.,;„. t0 th. -.lnt ()f oliains,   thenoe   oust   sn   chains   to   the ^B
ing ..io ,"..1';;*; """".',',', .? LINTON commencement   contalnlns    040    acres I"'1"1 °" oommonoement oontalnlng S.O V^
iioi.A s/ii'.iii  i"M' •>■ iiimi' or less, aores more or loss. J>_|
. I, mall
Sept.   16 til,   1910,
PEACH   RIVKR   LAND   DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
T MOIO notice that   tienrv C,  llunand
of Vanoouvor, B.C., occupation Mariner
Intends to apply I
i 111 so 11
Sept.   i
ETHEL   ROSE   SI'ION'CIO,
Jonathan Qraham, Agent.
1,   lino.
Sept.  17th,  mio
-t'.M   MAXWELL,
William   Radley,  Agent.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE  nolle,   that   Roberto  Lewis of
permission to pur-  Vancouver,  n.    C,    occupation    Steno-
I'.llown _ uo.-ciiad lands: ( om- grapher, Intends i
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  Prank .Maxwell
occupation  Gentleman
Wo have
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
1 ihotog-
rapher.
Vancouver, B.C,
.>
Just Drop In arcti Let Us Show You.
Remember we pay s|)uciul attention to
mail orders.
niles   W
southensl oorner
eriiiuoiit  R 	
chali
point   Of  '
no,cs  mor
land
al,
I. l
Of   1
.       ...,    ---.<,'...._.,    vi.on.in.in. VH
plier, iniends to apply for permission   Intends to apply for permission to pur- C^
purchase   the   following     descrihed  chase   (ho   following   desoribed    lands: >_j
ds:    Commencing at  a  post planted Commenolng   at  a  iost   planted   about rAm
mt nine and  a  half miles south and   17 1-1 miles wost and 11  miles south of JM
milos  west  of the southeast oorner  the  southeast   corner  of   the  Dominion V^
the  Dominion  Government   Reserve. Government Reserve, iu the vluinltv of L_.
I  about   seven  inilos  in  a    westerly  cut   Bank   River,   a   tributary  of  i'lne -^
eotion   from   the  north  end  of  Swan  Liver,     and     marked    "F.   M„    N.   \V.
ke, and   marked "R.  L.,  N.E. oorner,    oorner,"   llience  south  80 chains,   thorn.- wmt
i a pnsi planted about twenty
t and  six   miles soutli  ul'  tno
if  lho   Dominion  Covin,! marked "H. C. 11.,
tiienoe  north  so chaina,
est so ehnins, thenoo Bouth  so
thence   east   Kb   chains   to   the  ilirpc  „,.,   ,,„,  ,,.   ,_.,.„„   ,,,
commencement containing  610   Lake, and marked "R, L„ N.E. corner,'    . S. ■■  .fl,,'""''''n' o7\ M"    N'   w-
,- less. thence west so chains, thenoo south SO       .".„   l.'e,nCL s, utn 80 chains, thence
ItV  C.   HAMAND,      chains,   thence   easl   80   chains,   ilionoe !,'.'-._0_-n_.ln-_ tl!ence nortn Su chain.
% JOHN A. FRASER %
in
Kept. 5th, 1910.
Jonathan Grajiam, Agent,   north   So  chains  to  the  poinl  nf com
mencement
more
in,,   oonlainin.
Iil0
acres
thence  west  SO chains  to  the point
oommenoement    containing    610
more or less.
aoros
PEACE  Ri\
DI  I
TAKIO ll ill '
ton   "i
Printer,
ROBERTA   LEWIS,
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
PRANK  MAXWELI
William   Radley,   Agont.
LAND   DISTI:i(."H	
strict of Cariboo.                           K,.,,t    13)   ]:i|"n'' "" """"""• "6""' Sept.   17th,  1810.
,  thai .lohn Warner Comp-  ~~    ■— ■—— __
i ver,     11. ('.,    occupation PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT, PEACE  RIVER  LAM)   DISTRICT
ids to apply tor permission Districl  of  Cariboo. '   Distriot of Cariboo
ihe    lollowing   described TAKE notice that Joseph  Delaney of TAKE notice lhat  Frederlok ,1. Gads-
enclng  at  a   post   planted Vancouver,   B.  ('.,  occupation   Seaman, den    of    Vanoouver,  I',. C„    occupation
miles   soulh  and  one  mile Iniends to apply for permission to pur- Clerk,  Intends   to apply  I'm   permission
•as! corner
it   Res
if the Do-  chase   the   followin
nboul   Cuinmenetn
lesorlbed    lands:   to   purchase   the     following    described
Mili  Government  Reserve, and about Commenolng at  a  post    planted about lands-    Commeneing at a post planted _J
(.even  miles   north   of  Swan   Lake,   and eleven and a half miles south and seven about   IS   miles   west   and   two      miles Z
marked "J.  W. ('.,  S.SV. oornor,"  thence miles   wesi   of  the  southeast  corner nf south   of   the   southeast   corner  of   the fi
norlh  mi ohalns,  theuoe easl  SO ohains, the  Dominion Government  Reserve, and Dominion   Government   Reserve   in   t e *m
i„_,,i.-- ,-outn SO chains, thenoe wesi  su iinuut   .our  mips  in   a   westerly  dlrec- vicinity of Cut Rank  River   n trlhntnrv
chains   i"   the  point   of oommenoement, Hon  from  Swan   Lake,  and   marked  "J, of   Pine   River,  and   marked  ".''    11    ('
containing 040 acres more or less, 1).,   X.   10.   Corner,"   thence     south     80 N.  W. corner,'''  thence'south  so'chain'.'
JOHN  WARNER COMPTON. chans,   thence   wcsl   so   chains,   llience thenco oast  SO  chains,  thence north  80
Jonathan   Oraham,   Agent. north   SO  ohains.   Ihenoe  east  SO  chains chains,   thenco   west   80   oh.in.    ,.,,,_
*>"•  "''"'•  1,,,l)'                         li.,.t.1oPa-.-s0moCr0-,1-.e.eCBeBment CU'U"in" '""" of <=<"™enoement oonSnlng    .0
 ...  in-  oiu acies moio oi   less. acres more or less
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT. ™™ g^EY,^                     PRED^{,CK   "'GADSDEN,
District of cariboo. Sepl.   12,   1910. Sept    ]eth|   ,.,10          "'   Kadl<?>'"   Agent.
„
 H Sept.  12,  1910.
TAKE   notice   that   Matthew   Nett   or   ————  .   ,— ^___
Vaneouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Merchant, PEACE RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT. PEACE  RIVER   1  \nd  i,isti.i,"i-
Intends to apply for permission to pur- District  „t  Cariboo. . i-ml     i\i ii  lax         slLRl.
chase   the   following    desoribed   lands: TAKE  notioe  thai   Clarence Rose of TA...,   '    ."'-''' J \['<•                   ^
ciinieneiiiL.   at   n   m.si   i,lanted     about Vancouver,   B.C., oooupatlon  Oil cer,   n- ,.   . Kl-   n",l,lce, tnat    ■•'l"'!"l   Gold   of  y
."         „   -III.    ve-t'  m   tw-ti os south tends   In   apply   for   permission   ,„   „„,- j"«»■»•".         C,  oeouoation  Capitalist,   fa
oi' the iouiheast corner of the Domini,,,, chase   the   followin,,   desoribed     lands: ^'s   ° TllowlnB' d^orlLe- '.  ",''"
- CominenoliiL'   at  n   |,osl   planted    about ,V_„ . __  ,     union ing   desoribed   lands:
north  of  the  Uppn
Liver, and marked "M, N., N.E. corner,"
thence west  80  eliains,  thence south  SO
McCormick Mowers, Rakes and
Binders always on hand.   .
HARDWARE
OF ALL KINDS
3
I
►
ut  four miles In a west-  ernment Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut  ^
from   Swnn     Lake,     and   Bank   River,  and  marked  "E.  G., S.  W.   kV
nencement,  containing  6-10 acre
ir   l.ss, MATTHEW   NETT.
Jonatliun Graham, Agent
Sept,  lltli, 1910.
vernment  Reserve,  and about three ^^    ^  g   ^    ^^  ^^ ^ uommencmg at a host planted nbout 20
seven  miles  west  of the southeast cor- nilles   west  and   one   mile  south  of   the
ner of  the    Dominion  Government  Re- southeast corner of the  Dominion Gov-
alns,   thence   east   80   chains,   thence  serve, and  about  lour mil,
rth   80  ehalns   to   the  point   of    com-   erjj.to cation^. g    ^    ^^   .^^ ^^ „  ^^ ^   ^ ^_ „^
west  80 chains, thence north  80 chains, east  SO  chains,   thence south  SO chains,
tlunoe  oast   SO  enains,   tlicnce south   80 'hence  west   SO   chains   to   tbe  point   of
chuins  to  tho  polnl  of commencement commencement    containing    610
oonlainin,  0.0 acies more or  less. moro or less. ____________
CLARENCE   ROSE, EDWARD COLD.
Jonathan Graham, Agent William   Radle"    -.itent
Sept.   13,   HHII. Sept.   10th,   1910. .i-t-.n-
MARK   DUMOND$
ASHCROFT, B.C.
►:
acres
I'EACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKIO  noiioe   that   ! li rli.lt   Stellar  of _^______-^__1^^^^_ __^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_.  	
ancouver, B. C, occupation Officer, in- I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.           PE..CE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT
■os  lo apply  for  permission  to  pur- Districl  of Cariboo.                                    District or cariboo             '      k-
mse   ine   following   described     lands: I'AKE   nntiee   that   Frank  Stearns  or      TAKE   notice   that.   Harry   T   Willett   '
ommenelng   at   a   post   planled   about Vanoouver,   II.   ('..   occupation   Steward, of  Vanoouvor,  11,  ('., occupation Gentle-
leven and a half miles south and nine iniends io apply for permission lo pur- ,,,„„_ intends to applv for"permission to
:::.■'   west  of  the southeast  corner of chase   Hie   following   described    lands: purchase the following described lands'
■   i'"„,i,,,"„ Govemmenl   Reserve,  and Commencing   at  a   post     planted    ahout Commencing at a nost nlnnted nboul   "i
boul -ix miles in a westerly direction eleven and a hair miles south and seven n,|i                          '
Swan   Lake,  and  marked  "II.   S., miles  west of the southeast corner ot
si   80  chains, the Dominion Government  Reserve, and P,.nment Reserve, In ihe vicinity of Cut
t
iles west and  two miles south of tit.
mitlieast  corner of the   Dominion Gov
s',  chains,  thence  east   80 about four miles in a westerly direction
.'  soutli   SO  ohains   lo   iho from Swan  Lake, and  marked "P. ,S„ S.
mencement  containing lib \v.  Cornor,"  thence    easl    sn    chain;
'i   l.ss. then
HERBERT  STELLAR
Rank  River, a  tributary of Pine River
and    marked    "II. T.  W„ N.  10. corner,"
mill,   SI)  ohalns,   Ihenco wesT's.   i',,™..!;    .1!,.ti,__S'J_.-i.1._ini.'- th.en.oe we.st  80
t lii-ni'i"   soulh   SO   oliains   to   lhe
Jonathan Graham, Agent,  point  of
acres  inn,
LAND   DISTRICT,
f Cariboo. I
i  Robert   .aggarl ,,r
. upattou i lentleman,
i  permlssl ni in pur-
loscrll
Sep!.   If
lnnds
TAKIO noi,,,.
Vancouver, I:, c, ,
iniends in apply  f
clinse   ih"   follow i
CiUlllll"||ei|li;    al    ffi	
' 'even and a  half miles south
miles wisi  oi' ihe southeast  con
tiie in,,Minion Government Reserv
nboul six miles in u  westerly ,lir
from  Swan  Lnke,  ami   marked  "
■'    'V,  Corner,"   (hence  nnrth   SO  chains,
ihenee east   mi  chains,  ihenee south  SO
west   SO   chains   lo   lhe
mmencoment eoniuining (110 east  80  ohaills  i0 ,ll,e  point  of    cornor less, mencement   containing  010  acres  more
FRANK   STEARNS. '"'  ltSS'
Jonathan Graham, Agont 11 utltv  T.  willett,
lulu William  Radley, Aiient.
  Sepl.  10th,   1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICI'.
District of Cnrihoo.
TAKE notiee that Otto Golluber "f
si plnnled ahout ,x','u" ,v",'li City, occupation Merchant,
._ -'_...i. ..„,] ,,.,,,, Intends t,, apply tor permission to our
rner of
and
linn
"--*   --rner  of   tho   Dominion  Govern
chase	
lands:       (',
Planled
west and tw
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict   of Cariboo.
TAKE   nolice   that   Carrie  Todd   Loos
of Vancouver   P.. C, occupation .Married
the       following       describe'!   Woman,   intends   to   apply   for   permis-
',,,„i,,on,.in"       at       a       post   S'on  to  nut-chase  the following dosorlb-
Kt       eighteen       miles  ^ lande:   Commencirig at a pos
miles south nf the suuth-  «'  ;'l,0"|-.  ;«   mil"";   west  and  on
- lUth   ol    the   southeast   corne
'4
'4
>4
4
First-Class in Every Respect
(In
11'
Oln
.ntalnlng
in.
inene.'inent  g
re ,»r  i. ss.
ROBERT TAGGART,
Jonathan Graham, Agont. l'lu'ii
Mil.
ment   Reserve,   iii   the  vicinity  of  Cut  Dominion Government    Reserve, iu the
Rank  River, a tributary of  Pine River,  vicinitv .,| Cut Bank  River, a tributary
IO. oorner." thenee   '.'._ ''I'1'' River, and marked "C. T.  I.,  X,
and marked
chains
l"
norlh  Sll chains,  Ihcnce  wcsl   SO
Ihent'o  south   80   chains,   ihenee
to  ihe  poini  ,,f commencement
ntalnlng 610  acres  I",,re  or lc>s.
OTTO  GOLLUBER,
William   Rai'ie.', Agent,
ot.   10th,   I'.'in.
W.
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
Occidental Hotel
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
QUESNEL, B. €.
Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms.
Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room.
vfi ^ Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day
h
orner,
thenc
'Al.
__^^^^__^_^_       'Ulh   SO   eliains,
east 80  thenoe east so chains,  tiience north  so
chains,   theme   west   Sll   chailis   to   the
point or oommenoement oontalnlng oio
acres more or less.
CARRIE T,,i,|i LEES,
William  Eiu'lo:', Agent,
Sept.   10th.   1010,
WIRE FOR ROOMS
RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
ilstrlol ul' Cariboo.
loiieo   ihai   Jeannlo   Strathl   	
11 I'll '   Vancouver,    II.   ('.,   OCOU- I'lO.M'lO   IIIVI-K   L.x.M'   I mm uic (. PEACE   ItlVER   LAN'll   DISTRICT
I'lilinn  Married  Woman,  iniends  io  np- Dlstrlc   ol Cariboo, Distriot of Cariboo
['Iv i",' permission to purchase lhe Col- TARE notice ihai Arthur Maxtyell "t TAKE notice thai Chester Christie
1'iwlnii described lands:   Commencing at Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentleman, Vancouver, R. c, oooupatlon Gontler
>l   planled   nboul   nine   and   a   half Iniends  I,, anplv  for permission to pur- (nteti.li. lo apply   for permission to pur
in.
In  nnnly   for perniission  lu pur
in foulh and seven mllos west of tlio  chos"   the   following   described     lands: 0im8p  ,h(,   c,,n(,.vititr    described    lands
ihciisl corner of lhe Dominion Gov-  Commencing   at   a   posi   planled  ahout Commencing at a post piunted about IS
mill   Reserve, aud  nboul   four miles   17  1-'.' inilos west and  12 miles soulh of m\\ea  wcsl   and   III   miles   soulh  of   lhe
i   westerly  direction  from   the  north   the south  oust corner  of   Ihe   Dominion southeast  cornor of the   Dominion Gov-
,fVVm:makiCoT.
I
-
WM. KEMNEHiY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dlslriel   of  Cnrihoo.
'I'AKE   notice   lhat   Maud     Little     ol
'"''"iiver, B, ('., occupation Widow, lnnds in apniv  for permission in pur-
mse   the   following   described     lands:
Sept.  17th,  1!U0.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District ,.!' ('aril)oo.
TAKE, notice  that  I'eler  Leo Klllg nf
 ^Vancouver,   R.  ('.,  ueciiiiallo.n  Clerk,  In-
mmenclng  nt   n   post   planled   nbout  tends  1"  n|v !>•  lor permission  to  nor-
""' im,I  a   ball' miles  south  and   seven   chase   lhe   following   described     lands:
I'lOACi
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Iiislriet of Cariboo.
TAKE notice Ihai Mary Hosworin
Proctor of Vancouver, IR'., occupation Vancouver, I
Married Woman, Inieiuls to apply lor Iiu,"lids lo a'
permission    to   purchnse   the   following chase   Ihe   I
TRICT.
RIVER   LAND   HI.
District ol' j'nrihoo.
TAKE  nolice  thai   Union  Christie
I'lO AC
if
RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
District uf Cariboo,
notice   thai     Clifford     dames
'., occupation Gentleman, Rogers oi' Vanoouver,  R. C, occupation
v for permission to pur- clerk,  intends  in anply  Cor permission
^^^^^^^^  «_________i^_______________i^_______™i^_™___i_______i-___f--   -_-________________-_____-_____B-____________-___-4'"vin''   ll''s'','il"''1     bums: to   leircase   the      /ollowliii     descrihed
"Hies west of ihe southensl  oorner nl' Commencing nl a post planted about 20   dosorlbed lands: Commencing at a post Commenolng al a post planted about '22 lands:   Commencing  at  a   pust  planted
"" Dominion Government   Reserve,  and   miles  west and   two milos  south  of the   planted about   five miles south and one miles  wcsl  and  Inn  miles south  of  lhe aboul  lili miles west and oil" mile south
""nt I'liur miles In a westerly direction  southeast corner of the Dominion Guv-   mite  wosl   or  lhe  southeast  corner nr southeast  corner of the Dominion Gov. of the southensl oornor of tpe Dominion
'"in  the  norlh  end  „r Swnn   Lake, and   ernment   Reserve   In  Iho vicinity of Cut    the  Dominion Government   Reserve, and enuoenl   Ri serve,  in Ih" vicinity of Cut G.vemmenl   Reserve,   in   the  vicinity  of
';lll>''d   "M,   I,.,   S.   10.   Corner."   Ihenee   Rank   River,  n   tributary  of   I'lne  River,    nbout  five   miles   north   of  Swan   I,,ako,  Bnnk   River,  a   tributary  of  I'lne   River, Cut   Bank   River,   a   tributary    Of    Plna
"i  so chains, Ihenco north so elmins ami marked    "P,  L.  K„    N.  E. earner."   and    marked   "M,   R    I'..   S.E.  corner,'  and   marked     "U.   ('..   N.   w.    oorner," River,  and   marked    "C,   .1.'  R„    S.   10.
enee  easl   SO  clmins,   llience soulh   SI)   thence soulh   80  chains,  thonce west   80    thence west  SO chains,  thence north  SU thence  soutl,   SO  chains,   thenee  easl   Sll coiner"   thence  norlh   SO  chains,  thonoe
'nuns  in  ihe  point  of  commencement chains,  thence  north   so  oliains.  thence   ('hall's,   thence   easl   so   chains,   thenoe chains,  thence  nortii  80  oh.tlns,  thonco west SO chains, thenoe south SO chains,
040 acre" mnre or less.            easl   SO   chains   to   lhe   point   of    com-   south   80  ohalns   I"   lho  polnl   of  com- wesi   so   chains  to   the   point    of  i ,- thence  easl   mi  ehains   lo   Hie   point  .,'.'
MAUD little, meneemeiu   containing  (ilo  acres  moro   mencement, cohtalning tlio acres mure mennemont  oontalnlng  tun  acres  moro , nencement    oontalnlng    till)    aoros
.lonnlhan Graham, Agent, or iers.                                                           or less.                                                       or lesa, more or less
l!'10-                                                                            I'ETIOR   LEO  KING,              MARV    EOS.VORTII    PROCTOR.                                      UPTON  CHRISTIE, Cl.l II', ,i:i,  JAMES   ROGERS,
William  Rndle:', Agent,                          Jonathan Graham, Agent,                           William  Radio:-, Agent. William   R.n.'i,- •,  Agent
Sopt   16th,  1010,                                                 Sepl. 16tll, 1010.                                              Sepl    10th,   lblt). Sopt.   Ulh,   1'J10.
II
n	
''"iitalnln.
Sent,  II
"Ira! Insertion above notices Jan, 7. DISTRICT
VI. I). Kennedy, of South Fort
George, and .Miss Helen Boyes, of
Brooklyn, Ont., were married by
Ilev. 0, Ut, Wright, Monday evening
at Central Fort Georgo. The wodding
took place in Wm. Blair's store, over
which tho registrar ot marriages,
births und deaths presides, ns manager, Aiiei Ihu coremoii) tho cou
tractlng parties and a number of Invited friends, sal down to a supper
tendered the newly-marrlod couple by
Mr. Perkins, and niter congratulations had been showered on the new-
ly-wodded couple, they loft for their
home in South Fort George. This is
tbe first white marriage in the district hereabouts.
A meeting has been called for this
evening at 8 o'clock, in the Thorne
McGaghron hall, for the purpose of
initiating steps looking to the formation of a dancing club. The otli-
oi.'il circular warns nil men, both old
!::'■', youn :, to be present.
Malcolm McNiven and Al. Johnson
left Wednesday for Quesnel, The road
Buperintendont will remain at Quesnel, nnd the latter goes to Vancouver to hurry through the remaining
fixtures for his hostelry in the Hub
nf the Nortl), named after a King
of Britain,
Monday's mail came in on Monday
one hour Inter than usual. Heavy
weather and a heavier Christmas as-
sortment of Rood things are accountable for the horses taking their time.
Of course, it went over to the beautiful graveyard site and honeymoon
rendezvous.
Tho Alberta Telephone Co.'s wire
was down for several days this
week The severe weather and the
vast volume of South Fort George
business has been responsible for tbe
break.
The Fort George Timber & Navigation company's teams came in from
Quesnel Tuesday with considerable
freight for Wm." Blair & Co. It took
Senior two days to dig his way out
of the snow from Mackenzie's road-
house in, a distance of 30 miles.
Frnnk Cannon, the old-time freighter, arrived from tho brewing centre
cf Cariboo on Wednesday. He had
.300 .pounds of freight, principally
wet goods for the Hotel Northern,
and edging machinery for Peden's
sawmill. He says the trip was the
hardest, he over made, the snowdrifts
in places being impassable.
Peden's sawmill closed down two
dfiys this week in order to make repairs and overhaul machinery. The
weather since Monday has blcn so
mild that it was thought advisable
to take advar.t.nrre of it, and la consequence the shut down.
The intelligent ('.') printer and still
wiser proofreader on this agricultural journal, allowed a:: omission to
pass through lost week in the local
item referring to the establishment
of a wholesale and retail candy mnn-
ufactering company here by \V.
Thorne. It. should have read Mc-
Gaghrcn & Thorne.
Jack Collins, at one time connected with the Provincial police,
and stationed at Essington, on the
Skeena, for a number of years, died
nt Kitselas, II. C, Dec. 18. He was
nn engineer by profession and was
engaged at his work at Kitsielas. His
death was due to typhoid fever.
The Fort George Timber & Navigation Co. shipped their No. 12 auto
Inst week from Ashcroft to Vancouver. The requirements for auto
traffic have considerably abated sinca
snow appeared on the Cariboo road.
-gardta Acreage for Sale
5 and 10-acre blocks
low
ncl,
lhe
irn
Subdivision of District Lots 746 and 7-17.    Almost
South Fort George, traversed by the located wa
on tbe east side of the Fraser river.     This is
linest truck garden property over olTcred to the
.   prices low; terms good.
immediately   be-
,on road to Ques-
guarantoed to   bo
public in this dis
till Street South Fort George
Land Located for Purchase er Pre-emption
Exclusive agent South Fort George Townsite
J
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
=__      Head OHIcc:
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
1) I It E CTtlHS
R. P. Mel.l.NN.W, Esq,, President: McLennan, Me.Ycly ,. Co., Wholesale
ll-rd-niv, Vancouver, Ii.c.
M. ll. CAM-IN, Esq., Vloe-Presldont,
Capitalist, Vlotorln, B.C.
HIS lliiN'olt T. IV. PATERSON, I.lcu-
tonftnt-Oovornor Rr'tlsh ('--nmliln.
1„ IV. SHATKilltli, Esq., ALL.A., Mor-
'hunt.   Hi'lliv,   ll.C.
W, II. MAI.KIN. Esq., Tho W, 11. Malkin  Co.,    Ltd.,    Wholesale  Grocors,
Vnncouver,  ll.r.
11. .1. JENKINS, Esq., President II.I
VANCOUVER, H. C.      g=-=___
*-\0-0,000
•I nl ins Lumber Co., Seattle, »„.„
resident Vancouver Timber & V,
Ing Co., Ltd.. Vanoouvor  BO
J. A.   MITCHELL,    Esq.,   c'aoilali
Vic,oriii,  H, c "' "'■
E, II.  HEAPS,  l_sq„  E, 11   Hei™
i o,,   Lumber und  Timber:   Pre. il
C'lliii.'iii',  Tmst Co..  Ltd.     ..', ,
ver, ll. 0. '       ""'
J. A.  HARVEY,  Esq.,  K.C. (,„,,„
ol Cranbrook,  B.O.,  Vanoouvoi'   _
A. 1„ DEWAR, ll.n.,-,,1 Man, ,
GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fort george Branch; F. W. DEWAR, Manager.
at a supposedly public meeting and
then restricting it lt\ a few who had
certain qualifications. He believed
that the office, as important as she-
riil, should have been Riven to the
general franchise and voice o! tho
whole district and called tor expressions from those present.
Tbe president ot the Conservative
association, J- L. Hill, arose at this
point, and in a concise manner stated that he had called _.» aforementioned meeting: and that it was not
called as a public meeting, but purely a meeting of the Quesnel Conservative association. It was not presumed by them tbat their nomination was the voice of the people in
general, but only the desires of the
Quesnel  Conservative association.
In reply to this statement, James
Thompson stated that he and others
had read the notice and that it was
a notice for a public meeting of the
Conservatives. McGavin Andrew,
secretary of the association, then
stated that he had written the notice and that it did not call for a
public meeting, but a special meeting.
W. L. Collins said that there was
a misunderstanding if tbe citizens
concluded that the selection of E.
S. Peters as a fit and proper man to
fill tbe vacancy as sheriff for the district by the Conservative association was the election of the district.
Messrs. Hill and Andrew attain repeated their assertions that it was
not a public meeting, but solely a
matter of the members of the Quesnel Conservative association.
Though there were some 45 men
present, and remarks were again
called for by the chairman, none
seemed to be forthcoming, hence he
arose and made the statement that
it was quite evident that ir. was the
intention of the Quesnel Conservative association to hold a meeting restricted to the members of the
association, that he regretted that
the meeting had been called under a
misapprehension and that it might
as well close. Before adjournment a
vote of thanks was given the chairman.
r
If you want the cheapest
and best
Vapor
Gas Lamp
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1836
Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars
For your business
Communicate
or home
with
R-R. Carver
Quesnel. B.C.
I The
Bank of British North Ameri
nca
Your money is safer in the Dank than in your bouse 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
and sold,   OOLLBOTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders issued.
Fort George Branch,       L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
Districts of
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley and Stcney Creek
F©r Sale
The
as a
From
south.
DISCUSS THE NOMINATION
OF SHERIFF FOR CARIBOO.
(Observer 24th.)
A general non-political meeting was
held on Wednesday night this week
in Occidental hall that has peculiar
significance. Hince tbe meeting of
the Quesnel Conservative association
last week, many have been expressing themselves as dissatisfied with
the nomination of the'sheriff for Cariboo district. Tbe criticism arose
over the method of procedure and
policy rather than dissatisfaction
with the election of the man. Rome
of these believed that the matter
.should he thrashed out, hence the
call of the public meeting.
Mr. Barlow was made chairman of
the meeting and in taking the chair,
he made a statement as to the situation .as he saw it and the reason
for the callinn of members of all
parties and citizens together. To
make clear tbe road for open discussion, he stated it was his understanding that the government bad
requested the representatives of the
district in parliament to nominate a
man to take the place of John Stevenson, of Barkerville, the district
sheriff, recently resigned; thnt the local member bad requested the members of the Quesnel Conservative association to nominnte the candidate,
id that a notice bad been posted,
illing for a public meeting and
kat when the balloting had' been
P!a,l", none but the members of the
^association were allowed to participate in the selection. He did not
believe thnt it was right that a majority of fifteen members of the Conservative association s-liould constitute the wish of the district: that
the district was n large < ) and
that the "sell-ciinstituted majority"
should  not  bo  allowed   to  mn! 0    the
nomination. While those diss isfled
hud no fault, lo (ind with tbe as'i-
rants to the ofiicc of sheriff, they did
find fault with the K(lect:,.:i if mads
THE  SCOT IN CANADA.
Scot in Canada is ubiquitous,
rlance at the map will show,
cast to west, from north to
Scottish names are sown
broadcast over the Dominion. Inverness, .\berdcen and Dundee, each
has at least four namesakes in Canada; and there arc burns and braes
and lochs innumerable. A multitude of other place-names commemorates Scottish or Scots-Canadian
soldiers, governors, pioneers, explorers, heroes of all descriptions. Many
of. the fur traders, who (unwillingly
enough) opened the country to the
colonists, were Scots; hence the
names of the noble Mackenzie and
Kraser rivers, and of other places
called after those who discovered
them. Rome living Scotsmen who
have done good service for the Dominion have received similar honors.
For instance, the fast-growing town
of Stratheona and the "Sir Donald
peak" in the Rocky Mountains, both
remind the traveller of Lord Stratheona, the veteran high commissioner
ot Canada in  England.
It was toward the close of the
eighteenth century, when thousands
of Highlanders were evicted from
their Utile holdings by rapacious
landlords, that the Scottish immigration t>, Nova Scotia and Canada
began In earnest, Cape Breton [slat i v.as largely settled by Highlanders; and In 1803 the philanthropic Lord Selkirk brought out a nnm-
ber of unfortunate crofters to Prince
Edward Island. Later he planted
Scottish colonies in Upper Canada,
and on tbe Red River, near where
Winnipeg now stands, and thus laid
the foundation of tho Province of
Manitoba.
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purchase
and  pre-emption  located".
For full  particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
Sales Agent. Notary Public.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
' Offices:
South Fort George and Fort George
Telegraphic address:
"Erin,"  Fort George,  B.C.
THE TRADERS' BAM OF CANADA
Head Office: - TORONTO, OrYT.
When you hand the store-keeper a cheque for his account
there is no need to bother about the receipt. The bank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter whether you want it next
week or a year hence, the record of the payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how-to use a checking account.
Capital nnd Surplus .....
II. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Sli. •',..0,(100
J
(HEADQUARTERS
\
/
FOB
BOOKKEEPING-
Any firms requiring their books
to be kept written up and balanced. Charges moderate, either
by the month or job. Business
strictly private.
Edward Roberts-
South Fort George, B.C.
FORT GEORGE LANDS
[__?
YOU CAN  STILL  CUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
and On Very Reasonable Terms.  THIe Perfect.   ""~
Wiite for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices:   410, 411, 412 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. 1
London Office:    6 Old Jewry.
\
PAID-UP CAPITAL, ... $750,000.
THE
CLUB FOOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
A Fresh Shipment
of Oranges, Apples
and Lemons to hand
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
BURCH & LUKE, Proprietors
NOTICE.
.Strayed on to the Indian reserve,
Laltetown, Nechaco, one red cow and
calf, bobtailed, branded like W on
ribs. If not claimed, and expenses of
feed and this notice paid for, said
cow will be sold by public auction 30
days from date of first insertion of
this notice.
W.  J.  McALLAN,
Dec. 31, 1910.
gore & McGregor,
B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
Will have a i arty in tl.. lipid during lhe whole of coming winter.
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
JOHN BUN6EI
Builder and Gontractor
Plans and Blue Prints
Furnished.
Estimates Submitted.
Cor. Thapage and Second
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, 15. C.
DON'T   BUY   ON   PAPER
-    I'll "TT-.m , ■■ ,   j    ■■ in;--———. —-__-,.-■■■. -Mg-j. , —,-      —m — i   , 	
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan   You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
(F-
COIHE TO
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
=:>    Investigate Our Proposition   c=
and you will find a good live town    Two banks, .saw mil
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of satisfied  buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings St., VANCOUVER, E. C.
Second St., SOUTH FOHT GEORGE, B. C.
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
I'r.'-emplions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Estimates Submitted.
KOItT GEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ol Onrlboo.
Take notice l!,„t. Joseph Brooks Pent), nf Victoria, occupation engine,,,-, intonds to apply for
permission to purchase the following doscribca
lands:
Commencing nt „ postplantedat the S.E. corner
of Lot _n:n:. thence east .0 chains mote ,„■ Ions n,
the west boundary „f l„t 21.li thenco north SO
chains. Ihcnce west tf) chains more or less, thence
south Mi clmins lo point of commencement and
containing ;i_(l acres more or loss.
Oct. at. linn. Joieph Brooks Penty,
Novlll-Janll W . II. Meikle, agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Distriot ol Cariboo.
Take nolle, that Samuel John Booth, of Vi'1'"'!
ocoupntion lalm-cr, Intend- in upply l„>'t".' ,
.ion in i>m, chase lhe following doscribco »"J
Commencing at  a post plantod ft. the soutn >
comer of lo, _M7, (hence enst (ill chuins i„'",fi
north XI) chuins to the south l«
IO--,   1,1- ,11-,;   ,IO,  111   -I, 1   ,1,1,114.   Ill   411-   DM444."
„r lot 21,11, thenee west lili ehulns more
thenco south HI chuins to point of eommen,
and eoniuining _-lao.es moro or less
Oct, ?.. 1810,
Nvl'J-Jnnll
nore or ,e-n. ,,
Samuel John Boot".
W. II. Meikle, at:1'"

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