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 FORT GEO
ALD
I.   No. 25.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., FEBRUARY 4, 1911.
$3 per Annum.
swer to a Correspondent
i following is a fair sample   of
*_*>___.tter_ The   Herald has received
|st   three   months.   To answer
Individual one would mean the
ng of a typist, and as tbe aisle not possessed of the luxury,
Iswcr the following in the hope
ii£___|l Berve the purpose of acquaint-
hose who may anticipate a trip
he district this stimmcr:
Great Falls, Mon.,
January, 17, 1911.
fritor Herald: As I expect to vis-
your town and vicinity with
Irs from here I would like some
fcral information about your sec-
at the present time.
I),    Are conditions  favorable  for
_rpentcr-contractur in the spring?
I).     Is there an opening for   an
el or good lodging house?
j).   Have you a sawmill, and can
Ibcr be obtained?
About  when does navigation
(5). What is the fare from Ashcroft to Fort George?
(6). If some of our party bought
land would there be much sale for
farm products at present?
(7). Do you think the early spring
an opportune time to buy real estate in your town? L.V.M.
In the first place the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway, at this writing,
have not acquired thc Indian reservation, and, furthermore, there is no
such town, city or village by the
name Fort George, controlled by a
railway. What property is being
sold today in the district is firstly
and all the time, addition property.
Addition property, like every other
commodity, has a value by its proximity to the point to be selected by
tbe railway company. Home of it
is good, some bad, and some being
sold today in coast cities is not
worth a pinch of snuff. Every newcomer tbe past season has located in
what is known as Soutli Fort George
and a large number, too, who had
previously acquired property in other
additions. The reason for this is too
palpably plain to tbe man on the
ground. He buys where there is an
ultimate prospect of advance and
profit. No man has bought real estate in South Fort George because
of love or bond of sympathy for
the Northern Development Co. The
same opportunity was afforded to
buy elsewhere. No man in his right
senses and on the ground would
think of paying one thousand dollars
for a lot if he did not believe the
strategical position of the point in
which he invested would develop Into
profitable return. The Northern Development Co. have not advertised
South Fort George to any degree. It
does not need outside advertising.
All that is necessary is to have the
prospective inves.or cover the
ground and the rei.t is plain. Tbe
Northern Development Co. have not
performed any development work on
the townsite worth speaking about.
This has been accomplished by those
who have had the good fortune to
buy lots early. It is individual effort that is making South Fort
George; not the work of a corporation.
What commands and arrests the attention of a new-comer is the position South   Fort   George commands
by being on the Fraser river. With
the exception of the Hudson's Bay
Co.'s strip, which is a trifle over
one-third of a mile, facing the same
river, and separating South Fort
George from the reservation; the
southern portion of the Collins addition and Fort George Centre, all
other additions are back from the
river in varying distances of from
two to four miles.
John Houston picked out South
Fort George. He could have purchased elsewhere as cheaply.
The B. N. A. bank inspector selected South Fort George and located the company's bank on the shores
of the Fraser.
Tbe Traders Bank cancelled their
pre-arranged plans on arrival here
and located in South Fort George.
Why, because they saw value on the
big waterway.
Thc Hudson's Bay Co. were never
restricted in the selection of their
post. The main stoic and office are
75 feet from tbe Fraser's edge. This
selection was made many years ago.
These are thc arguments we advance in regard to South Fort
George, and which appeal to every
mortal who has visited the district.
We do not claim that South Fort
George is the railway town selected
by the G. T. P. But this we do believe, that by its proximity to tbe
reservation and its ideal location on
the Fraser river, it will be an important section of the Grand Trunk
townsite once the railway company
locate their terminals on the Indian
lands.
(1). Yes. Carpenters' wages last
summer were $7 per day.
(2). We have the best and only hotel in the district; there is room for
morc; there is room for a lodging-
house.
(3). Two sawmills are located
here. The demand for lumber exceeded the supply last season. Greater output will be ensured this spring
by added equipment to the mills.
(5). Seventy-five dollars. Vehicles
are stage or auto and steamboats.
Distance 300 miles.
(6). There is sale for anything and
everything that can be grown. Hay
is selling today for {100 a ton; oats
10c lb.; meadow hay iu October sold
for $60 per ton. These are winter figures and it is impossible to arrive
at anything like a fair medium.
(7.) Real estate is a bard matter
to advise on. We would not advise
you to buy on paper. Come and see
it. If it is worth anything, it is
worth seeing.
forth Coast Agent
on the Future of the District
he greatest event of this year to
Pacific enast was the completion
he Western Pacific to San Fran-
saiil J. P. Spaulding,   man-
t of llie North Coast Land Corner, uiili offices in the Mills build-
I  Sun Francisco,  in an interview
Itl). S. F.   Call,    "and   I venture
prediction   that    the    greatest
Int. of the coming year will be the
felling of the Grand Trunk Pacific
tough to the northwest coast.
"Until this year very few people
knew of Central British Columbia.
Even persons long resident in the
province spoke of everything north ol
Ashcroft or Kamloops as 'nothern
British Columbia.'
"This mistake was quite a natural
one. Thc whole development of British Columbia has been along its
southern fringe. Vancouver, its
largest town, is located at tbe extreme southwest corner of the province.
"North of the main line of the
Canadian Pacific railroad tbe difficulty of travel was very great. It
is only within the last live years —
since the opening up of the Crow's
Nest line — tbat the development of
the enourmoii-ly rich country between the main line of the Canadian
Pacific and the international boundary became possible.
"Within thc last four years, however, all this has changed. When it
was decided by the Canadian government that another transcontinental railroad should be built across
Canada the surveyors located its
route through  the    Yellowhead  pass
— the lowest and least difficult of
all the roads through the Rockies.
From the Yellowhead Pass to Prince
Rupert this survey follows tbe valley
of the upper Fraser to its junction
with the Nechaco, and thence up
that stream and the Bulkley, to the
Skeena and down its valley to the
Pacilic.
"The management of the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway states officially that it is probable that no other
area in North America can equal this
portion of British Columbia in richness or variety of her natural resources.
"Tbe principal interior city of that
region will doubtless be Fort George
"Population is pouring into tbat
country at an unprecedented rate.
Thousands are only waiting for the
construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific to get into the country to develop its forests, its fields, its mines
and its manufactures. When that
wave of settlement gets into the
the country, Fort George will be one
of tbe largest cities of Canada and
the second city in British Columbia'.
"That is a country that it is well
worth the while of San Francisco
business men to look over and to lay
plans to control tbe trade of in as
many lines as possible."
Preparing for the Rush Into the Peace Eiver     The Optimistic Westerner
The Dominion government is mak-
preparations to do its share   in
billing thc  rush  of settlers  which
I is expected will start for the great
ce river country this spring.   J.
Cornwall, M. L. A., for Peace
|ver,  Alberta,  has recently return-
from Ottawa, where he has been
connection with this work. He
|ys that tbe government seems   to
well informed as to the needs of
kat district and is preparing to ac-
bnimodate the settlers.
One matter taken up was tbe conservation of the timber resources of
the north country. Mr. Cornwall
pointed out that the rush of settlers
carried with it many dangers in this
regard. Carelessness in the building
of fires had already resulted in the
destruction of many hundreds of
acres of valuable forestB. The government has now made an appropriation for more adequate fire guards.
All of the main trails will be patrolled this summer and the incoming
settlers will be carefully watched.
Better postal facilities was another
matter taken up and this will be attended to at once. Last year a
monthly service was given to Grande
Prairie and most of tbe intervening
points. This will be much improved.
In thc government telegraphs tbe
line was carried to Peace River
Crossing. This year another line
will be carried from Athabasca Landing to Fort McMurray, and the contract for the poles and delivery of
supplies it is expected will be let at
once.
William White, second vice-president of the C. P. R., in an interview
at Toronto, January 21, is quoted as
saying that "immigration in the
west is our greatest asset. The American farmer, with full understanding and experience of the problems
he has to face, is an ideal settler,
and he is the man we particularly
want. It is absurd to say tbat
there is any menace in that quarter,
for practically   all of them become
splendid Canadians.
"The pessimistic views of our crop
future shoot very far beyond the
mark. There must also be fluctuations in the tide of the farmer'!
prosperity, and the prices of grain
are no criterion of conditions. There
is always an optimistic feeling in the
west, which I consider in tbe light of
experience to be perfectly justified."
.anscontinental Grades Compared
What the Hammond Organ Dishes Up to the Public
■Of all the transcontinental roads
Inning to the Pacific coast, the new
Ie of the Grand Trunk Pacific will
kve the easiest grades of any of
■cso nient systems, both American
Jil Canadian, and will have a com-
pittvely   level   stretch  of  country
the rest of thc way.
|i   the   comparison of the Grand
"k Pacific, the Canadian Pacific,
on Pacific, on the Omaha to San
nclsco route,  on tbe Omaha   to
Jtluiul route,  the Western Pacific
the Santa Fc system, the   new
|e   luis   but 0,990 feet   ascent   to
overcome on the eastbound route,
and 6,890 feet westward. There is
but one 6ummit on this line, that of
tbe Yellowstone Gap. The highest
point above sea level in the pass is
but 3,712 feet. The maximum gradient in feet, per mile, westbound, is
26, and eastbound 21.
The Canadian Pacific has two summits to overcome, and a total ascent
in feet of 23,106 feet eastbound, and
these summits are 5,299 and 4,308 ft.
respectively. The maximum gradient
eastbound, per mile, is 237 feet, and
westbound 116 feet.
iper Fleet of the Natural Resources
pe Natural Resources announce
frough the Vancouver press a fur-
&r addition to their fleet of publi-
flons. The latest addition will be
iabllsbed   at   Quesnel in order   to
lost some 24th  quality land   they
[Ru.sa in that vicinity. The Ques-
lioanl of   trade   turned down   a
^position in which the Natural Re-
liuffs sought cudoi'BBtion.     Hence
I1' Publication.
l-'he neet of publications and their
jrangoment up to date is;
The Only Dreadnaught.
ISaturdaiy Sunset, Vancouver, B.C.,
fiiHH Al,  enrrying  the  biggest   gun
the world, of thc Dreadnaught lm-
'I'lll. LONGI.ST    SINGLE IRON
Willi. TELEPHONE IN THE
WORLD.
J Hy the construction of a new tele-
|hiiue    line   between  Kamloops and
ornon by way of Grand Prairie, tbe
'"minion government has linked   up
f-mloops, Nicola, Hedley, Penticton
Hnwna «<■_ Vernon.  In addition to
■"is there are three spurs, Kamloops
I1 Little Fort Nicola, to Lower Ni-
u'_   and Vernon   to   Lumby.   This
"iiipleted   telephone system is   372
ijl-a around lit. entire circle and in
'" there are over 500 miles of wire,
"eluding   the   spurs and the second
'"'"it between Kelowna and Vernon.
'"« is the lougest single iron   wire
""Phone in the   world.   There   arc
)u'<~ fifty offices and agencies on this
™.-i connecting    with the outside
proved type, and commanded by the
Personal Pronoun "Bruce."
The Mosquito Fleet.
In this valuable class is embraced
tbe Fort George Tribune (shroud of
a one-time fighter) commanded by a
rag picker from Minneapolis, named
Albert Dollcnmayer, and fired from
the Bower building, Vaucouver.
Quesnel Times, a quick-land reducer, commanded by tbe same ragpicker and timed from the same office.
"Bulletin of Facts," a general order magazine, loaded and fired from
the Bower entrenchment by thc chief
of the Natural Resources company
fakirs.
Natural Resources Tribune.
"Fort George is to have a hospital
costing several thousands of dollars.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Hammond have
given $5000 toward it. The hospital
board selected is composed of J. A.
Shearer, J. G. Halleran, J. T. Carter nnd J. C. Quinn."
In this instance Fort Goorge stands
for Central Fort George, and the
charitable patron and patroness of
the hospital donation is uone other
than Good Jay Hammond, the N. R,
C. promoter and explorer of servant girls' snnctilied homes for sale of
?1.0-lots.
The other members of the board,
it will be observed, are Messrs. Halleran, Shearer, J. T. Carter and J.
C. Quinn. All the members of the
hospital    bonril   are    employees    of
BRIDGE ACROSS  THE  SKEENA
COMPLETED.
The first bridge to tie thrown
across tbe Skeena river was completed this week, says the Omenica Herald ol the 7th ultimo, when
Mark Oarr's gang put the finishing
touches to the structure three miles
above town.
Work was lirst started oa lis
bridge in the summer of 1909, but
delay in the shipment of one of the
big cables made it impossible for all
Good Jay Hammond's company, the velopmeht."
Natural Resources, and the aforesaid
gentlemen comprise two-thirds of the
male population of what is known as
Fort George.
MORE BALDERDASH.
Natural Resources Tribune.
"The recent gold discovery made
by Messrs. Clarke, Kindred and
Whitmeyer on the southwestern boundary of the town has caused keen interest in Fort George. A large body
of ore has evidently been uncovered
showing it to be rich in copper and
gold. A five-foot drift has been
opened, and as the drills advance the
ore appears richer. The ledge apparently extends for a good distance. It
is belieped to be a continuation of
the Hazelton ledge and a good deal
of money is being expended on its de-
The above is a sample of the balderdash the Natural Resources Tribune prints and which is copied by
papers in which that company runs
an ad or in some way controls. One
day they advertise their townsite
and vicinity as an ideal section for
fruitgrowing. The next that a ledge
of copper and gold has been struck
on their townsite, and believed to ne
a continuation of tbe Hazelton pay-
streak.
As a matter of fact there is not a
spec of mineral within one hundred
miles of the spot. We do not decry
this simply because it emanates with
the Natural Resources. We would be
only too pleased to record it if it
were within a league of the truth.
But it is not. It is like everything else tbe Hammond bucketshop
organ grinds out.
sages transmitted over the wire run
to nearly 5000 per month. As a connection with a number of both government and private exchanges the
wires are of inestimable value.
WINTER TRAVEL
'''Hill,
ninny points of which are   at
i!
""ll> distance from tho railroad and
wiuue only connection  with the big-
>« centres, apart from thc telephone
i mail once u   week.     The   mes-
Winter travel from QneBnel by the
Blackwater road is not perfection by
any means; but it is much bett.-r
than it was last winter. Hiiro ore
men road houses on the mail nud
there up-kcep is a vast improvement
over what obtained last January.
Some of the keepers of road-hoii..cs,
could greatly enhance the n-pear-
ance of their stopping places if tl.ey
wore to use a broom .(toner Han
twice a year. The several stopping
points on the road ro South Fort
George from Quesnel are Fletcher &.
Holt's, three miles out; Roy Illbbs,
ten miles; Goose Lake, twenty pii'os;
Schoening's, thirty-two mil.s; lllnck-
water, forty miles; MoKenzlo's, n.id
way between Blackwater und   S uth
Fort George. The noon meal, bow-
ever, in most, instances, Is taken by
the road side. Sleighing s goon and
the trip can be made to South Fort
George in three dnys. Singe.) i'o not
go to Central or Port G.orge. The
first stop after Inning NteKfe. lie's Is
made at the Northern Hotel, South
Fort George, opposite tho il. X, Co,
office.
FIGHTING  JOE ON' A. AND 13.
Ex-Premier Joseph Martin, is in
Vancouver once morc. Speaking on
polities, Joo Bums up As(|iiith nnd
Balfour thus: "III my opinion Mr.
Auqiiitb is the poorest parliamentary
leader Imaginable, except Mr. Hal-
four. Five-sixths of tho present Liberal party consists of Radicals, antl
we are shedding Whigs at every election, While Mr. Asquitb remains the
leader, he is still further away from
the Radical point, of view than ho Is
from Mr. Balfour."
of them to be shipped up the river
by steamboat that fall and consequently they were all left at the
coast. Delays in getting the necessary timbers cut and hewed have
caused slow progress lately. The
span is 182 feet in length, supported
by four two-inch cables passing over
towers on the banks of the stream.
The roadway is twelve feet wide. The
completion of the bridge is the
greatest public improvement that
could come to the farmers of Kispi-
WOODEN CLOTHES NEXT.
Clothes made literally from wood
are the latest sartorial venture. A
beginning is being made with the
making of waistcoats. Thc discovery of this new process is largely
due to the fact tbat bleached cotton
is known to be composed of nearly
pure cellulose. Working on this basis scientists have discovered a
method of manufacturing a thread of
celluloso extracted from spruce
wood. The. finished product will, it is
said, he cheaper than cotton in the
hale.
ox valley. For years they have
struggled along paying toll to the
Indians every time they crossed tbe
Skeena, except for a few weeks In
the winter when the river was frozen
over. This condition has held back
the improvement of Kispiox valley
farms, as hay was the only crop that
could be sure of reaching a market.
However, a new era has dawned for
the forty or more settlers in the valley and Kispiox farms will now
mean something more than a name.
HOTEL ADDITION.
Dnn Brewster is extending tho premises of the Northern Hotel, and a
20x20 addition is being put on at
tho rear of tho bar room, which once
completed will be used for such purposes and the present bar-room made
Into a sitting room.
THREE COWS FOR RUPERT.
Tilnce Rupert Optimist: "What
will probably prove of great interest
to the citizens is tbe arrival of three
real live milch cows. They are consigned to Mr. Nicholson, who came
up with them. It is understood that
they are the heralds ol many more
cows that will come to Prince Rupert shortly under the same auspices. Rumor has it that the Prince
Rupert Dairy company has changed
hands and that the arrival of the
milkers is the first indication of tbe
new management."
This item should be specially Interesting to farmers and pre-emptors
in Fort George district. At thc present time we import milk from Vancouver in tho shape of cream in tiny
tins. Oner, the G. T. P. is completed
it may b_ possible to sccuro watered
milk or cream in larger tins. Nothing like keeping posted on dairy subject!). HIKI UtUKUt Ht-nLU
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTiNu CO.
J. B. DANIELL. PRESIDENT
Devoted   to   the   interests   of   Fort
George aud  tbe entire Northern Interior.
J. B. DANIELL, Editor.
wm ue me same us n one company
had carried the package from shipping point to destination.
ANOTHER OPINION" OF  "BRUCE."
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY 4,  1911.
Turning to the criticism of the
land policy, Premier McBride, in the
legislature now in session, pointed
out that the rural population of tho
province had doubled within the past
five years. That land was not held
for speculators was shown by the
fact that of twenty-eight million
acres of land available for agriculture in the province, twenty-three
millions had been reserved for pre-
emptors.   While the government had
,.    , , , ,     .      .        ilelerence t
realized large sums from land sales,   fri8n(ja wn
his lying
ourselves.
(Hcdley Gazette.)
For   more   than a year this   man
( " Bruce ")   has   been  almost    silly
with    self-conceit   and  his  paper    a
blackguard    sheet,    Interfering   with
other people's private affairs, even to
the extent of dictating to householders who they shall or shall  not employ    in   their    kitchens.     Equipped
with a Bowery street vocabulary ho
evidently aspired to become the Bob
Edwards   of    British    Columbia  and
expected to attain that ideal   without Edwards' brains.   The vindictive-
ness   and     vituperation    which    lias
characterized his   work  has  been    u
disgrace to journalism in this province.    When  other  papers  studiously
ignored him, the brat conceived  the
idea   that   they    were all  afraid    of
him bnd  bis    billingsgate.  Disagreeable as the tank has hem to bandy
words with such as he,  we felt only
impelled  thereto  In  tiie Interests   of
the general  public  who should  know
what  manner  of  man  he  is,  and   in
deference to the wishes of our ninny
III)ill-   UISORGE   LAND   DIBT-UUT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Joseph S. Dowe,
of Cranbrook, li. ('., occupation la- .,
borer, intends to apply for pormis- 4%
sion to purchase the foliuwing de- y
scribed lands: Commencing at a S
post planted at the S.E. Cr. of Lot $
1007; thence It) chains east ; thence _rf
-0 chains south; thence 40 chain,
west: thence SO chains north.
JO. l-.l'H  S,  DOWE,
William West, agent,
h. 1.11.
' £..<_/.'._--kJA/-._-_C._L--_K_K_X
-___>.-_,
f Successors to j|
South Fort George, B.C.
'A
Date,  Januar
KORT GEORGE
Districl
Take notice   i
of ('ranbrook,   B
tends to apply fi
chase  the  follow
LAND DISTRICT.
of Cariboo.
a(   Stewart Brock,
C, hotelman,    in-
r permission to pur-
described  lands:
General Merchant
Have just received
a shipment of fresh
Commeneing at n post planted three
miu
of  Lot
theuee
chains
Htth  of
1884;  li:
.0   chai
east; the
STEW
Date,  Jan.  let!
southeast corner
• 1(1 chains west ;
south; thence    40
1(1 chailis north.
ART  BROCK,
un West, ngent.
1911.
Turkeys, 60c lb,
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4 AA*5-d
a   _._ ftTAnTiirniT i fnn__._. ___. t
i
All Hinds of Rongh and Breued
ii.
the money had been put into the de
velopment of rural distrcts by public works. The government did this
because they recognized that settlement in British Columbia was attended with difficulties unknown in
the prairie provinces. In this country the land most available and easy
o were more lndi§
abuse of  us than
If the truth hurts
has only himself to blame for
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frank Thorburn,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation sea-
Takc
Fernie
intent!.
purcha
lbnds:
ed .'i n
Or. of
e.l
SO
no
(1EO Rt.:
Districl
nntiee  th
K.  0..  ot
Ci
I AND  DISTRICT.
if Caril oo.
it Thomas Ross, of
:upation lumberman
i apply for permission   to
the     following    described
mmencing at a post planl -
miles    Bouth   of   the suuthenst
i   Lot  -601 :    Ihcnce    80    chains
thenco 40 cbains smith; thence
nin..    west;   thence    40    chains
irth. THOMAS ROSS,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 14th, 1911.
i
i
LUMBER
Sl'El'CE AND FIR
RUSSEIl. PEDEN, Manager
South Fort George,      :
B.C.
try the land most available and easy  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation sea-
of settlement was tbat owned by the  man, intends to apply for permission
Dominion government in the railway  '° Purchase   the   followlOg described
.  ..      ...     _ _        ._'•___    lands:
PORT
Dominion governmen
belts of the C. P. R. and E. & N
and asked what the Dominion government had done to secure settlement of these lands. The provincial
government had received offers from
colonization companies who wished
to buy land at a nominal price and
place settlers on it, but the government were    of    opinion that it was
. ...-.l-GUiCIl.,
their duty to   do    such work them-  more or less
lands:        _^^mi^
Commencing at a post planted
about eleven and a half miles south
aad seven miles west of the southeast corner of the Dominion reserve,
and about four miles in a westerly
direction from Swan Lake, and
marked F. T. N. W. corner; thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; tbence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement,    containing     640     acres
GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat Charles Howard,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation hotelman, intends to apply for permission to purchase thc following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted one mile south of the
southeast corner of Lot 1G07; thence
40 chains east; thence 80 chains
south; thence 40 ehains west; thence
80 chains north.
CHARLES  HOWARD.
William West, agent.
Date,  January 13th, 1911.
^ ___.:_«___::-«Si. i_--Z__£^
i    Garden Acreage for Sale
'4 5 and 10-acre blocks
_a
Siibdivision of District Lots 745 and 747. Almost inn/u
low South Fort George, traversed by the locattj wagon rt
nel, on the east side of the Fraser river. This in guarar
the finest truck garden property ever offered to the public
trict.   Prices low;  terms good.
(lately
ml t
I
be-i
Que* SI
eed to J
tl tins .is..
Real Estate     Timber
Farm Lard.
W.F.COOKE
2nd Street South Fort George
I
Land Located for P_r-
chase or Pre-emption
selves and not entrust it to private
companies.
The Saturday Sunset, at the command of the Natural Resources Co.,
has drawn its South Fort George
fire. Not a word has appeared in
the last two issues. Really too bad.
In line with this the N. R. C. —
known as the Natural Resources Co.,
but which in reality should read No
Returns Come — have pulled     their
i-omimon tiovernment reser
advertising out of the Sunset.     To  vicinity of Cut Bank river
FRANK THORBURN,
Jonathan Graham, agent.
Sept. 12, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Amy Kilmer, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about 24 miles west and one mile
south of the southeast corner of tbe
Dominion Government reserve, in the
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert T. Alexander,    of    Fort    George,   occupation,
Exclusive agent South Fort George Towns/to
I
the man in the street this would appear a cut of friedship; but to the
wise old bird with no plumes on the
top of bis head, who is able to read
between the leaded lines, it means
another of thc N. R. C. ruses to pull
the wool over the optic of tbe $10-
lot buyer. It is a nice piece of finesse.
The well-known fact that the Sunset is today controlled by the Natural Resources, has become too generally known  throughout the   coast
. __ _., a tributary of Pine river, and marked A.K.
N. W. corner; thence south 80 chains
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 cbains; thence west 80 chains to
the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
AMY KILMER,
William Radley, agent.
Sept. 16, 1910.
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 20 chains north from
the northwest corner of Lot 1576 ;
thence south about 55 chains to N.
E. corner of Cora Dodd's purchase;
thence west 20 chains; thence north
nbout. 55 chains; thence east twenty
chains to point of commencement,
and containing 110 acres, more or
less.
ROBERT T. ALEXANDER.
Dec. 29th, 1910,
First publication Jan. 7.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRIOT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Milton A. Cory,
""-" of Medccine Hat, Alta., occupation
to further parade the fact in glaring maii cierk, intends to apply for per-
headlines in that oil stock and pro- mission to purchase the following de-
motors' sheet. scribed   lands:     Commencing   at   a
- ,, , ,    post planted three miles soutli of the
In consequence, after one week s s0lItheast corncr 0, Lot 18g4. thence
deliberation, the ad. was withdrawn, so chains east; tbence 40 chains
and in its stead a supplementary list south; thence 80 chains west; thence
of subscribers (lot-holders of the N.  40 cnains nortn'
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRIOT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
Take notice that Dan Wright, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation axeman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lamis: Commencing at a post iilanted at the S. W. corner of Lot 4363;
thence .south 30 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence north 30 chains;
thence west 80 chains, to point of
commencement, and containing 240
acres, more or less.
DAN WRIGHT.
December 27, 1910.
nnrth SO chains, thonce west so chains,
thenee suutli SO clmins, thence east 80
clinins to lite point of commencement
containing (iiO acres more or less.
ROYAL   BBOWN,
William   Radley,   Agent.
PEACE  RIVER
Distriot oi
'I'AKK notice tl
Mitchell ni' Vancouv
Clerk, Intends to ai
to purchase th
i mils: Commencing at
about twelve mil s wet
fcouth or ttie southeast t
Dominion Government Re
vicinity nf the Nortli Fork
I'ouce Coupe Kiver, an,
M., N.W  corner," thenc
outh  80 ehains, i
Albert
;;_!...
lillll
■.cruet
liiaotM
■•1 two rallfl
rner of IH'
in It!
the l'pp_
K.J "H. _.
I Clt-lIU,
weit III
Pent.
Fir
10th,   1910.
;t insertion Jan.
chains, thenee north SO chains to till
point of commencement, containing Ml
acres more or less
HENRY ALBERT MITCHELL,
Jonathan Qraham, ...cil |
Sept. ),.th, 1910.
RIOT
First publication Jan. 21.
R. C.) was given the paper to supply
with gratuitous copies of garbled
bamboozle relative to their prize
packages on the Nechaco and
other sections throughout British
Columbia.
This, the N. R. C. considers more
efficacious than common ordinary
advertising. And it has the effect of
throwing a prospective buyer off bis
guard.
Thc price for this form of advertising, in the ordinary run, comes higher, but to a man like the president
of the N. R. C. who donates $5000
toward the erection of a phony hospital at Central Fort George, a few
dollars one way or the other cuts no
figure.
To use one of "Bruce's" gambling
terms:    "Easy come; easy go."
And Saturday Sunset is the beneficiary, the tool the N. R. O. sharpens every week, with funds obtained
from servant girls, at $10 per. Go
lt you black monk.
Date, Jon
MILTON A. CORY,
William West, agent.
14th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice thut William West, of
Fort George, B. C, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post
planted two miles south of the S.K.
corner of Lot 1SS4; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains west; thence 80 clmins
north. WILLIAM WEST.
Date,  January 13th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
Di._r.rict of Cariboo
Take notice that Andrew Miller, of
Fort George, D. C, occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at n post planted at
the N. B. corner of Lot 4358; tlicnce
nortli 20 chains; thence west 40
chain".; thenee south 20 chains ;
thence east 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 80 acres,
more or less.    ANDREW  MILLER.
Dec. 12, 1910.
FORT  GEORGE  I.AND    DIS'
District ol Cnrihoo.
Take notice that Victor Williams,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation clerk,
intends to apply.for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
seven miles east ano one mile north
of the north-east corner of lot 1024,
Cariboo dislrict, thence soutli 8(1 chains,
tbence east Hi) chains, thenee north NO
chains, thence west HO chains to point
of commencement, containing640 acres
more or less. VICTOR WILLIAMS.
A. li. Frasi r, agent
Nov. 17, 1910. dec-10-f bl
PEACE  RIVER LAND
District of Cai
TAKK  notiee    thnt    I ■
Smith   or   Vancouver,   m
Gentleman,   Intends   to
ml.'', ion   io  pureiiase  thc  tol
scribed   Intnl..:   Commenelns
planted about three mllea we
mile soutli  of the southeast
the Dominion Government 11
uboul   nine   miles  north   of  fr
aim
thence
Chains,
north
meticei
or less
tarked   "...  t.
east  SO  ehalns, thei
llience   west   _u   el
80  ilnOns   to   the  pi
nent,  containing  040
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EDWARD THOMAS  SV1ITH.
.Jonathan tit-ham, Ag_-|
15th, lino.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert L, Morrow, of Cranbrook, I). 0., Intends to
appiy for permission to purchnse thc
following described lunds: Commencing at a post planted two miles
south of the southeast corner of Lot
1883; thenee 40 chains west; thence
80 chains south; thence 40 eliains
onst;  tbencc 80 chains north.
ROBERT L.  MORROW,
William West, ugent.
Jan. Kith, 1911,
FORT  GEORGE  LAM)  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that John Ttitlis, of
Fort George, 11. 0., occupation
rancher, intends to npply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nt
the N, I., corner of Lot 4357; thenee
south   20     clmins:     thence east    20
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Fyfe, of
South Fort George, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
and one-half miles south of Lot 1SS3
thence east 40 chains; thence south
40 chains; thence west 40 eliuins ;
thence north 40 chains to point of
commencement.
JAMES FYFE.
December 29, 1910.
.ritl.T.
rhii
this
ruiv
111!
ns; tin
ce west
menceme
a or les
20
Officers of Canadian and American
express companies announce a reduction in rates between all points in
Canada and the United States. This
action is a reflection of the; labors of
our railway commission, before
which recently an investigation took
place. One of the innovations In the
Canadian and American companies
is the announcement that In future
Instead of two companies handling
nn express package, making a sopa-
-*t.e charge on each line,  the charge
Date,
FORT
Doc,  13
FOR
At
I'.HO.
north    20    chains;
chains to point   of
containing    40   acres
JOHN THTL1S.
drew Miller, agent,
ii.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District, of Cariboo.
Take notice othat Alexander Mc-
Willie, of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation traveller, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the' following
described lands:
Commencing    at   a   post   planted
about   eleven   miles    nortii    of    the
Blackwater and nt the S.W. corner
post of Lot   983;   tbence 80    chains
north;  thence 80 chains west;  thenci!
80  ehnins    soutli;    thence  80    clinins
east to point of comiiienceinelil.
ALEXANDER Mi .VILLI!.,
W,  MacKirdy,  agent.
December 7,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER LANK  !»■
Iiislriet of Cariboo. -
IAKK notice that Krunk Harold S»
herd   of   Vancouver,     B.C.,     »Patl01
Printer, Intends to npply for periiilnj*
]"  nurchase  the    following    ilescriw
lands:   Commencing  ut   a  post i.iantH
about   three   miles   west   nnd   one BjJ
so.'th   of   the   southeast   ojrnet   «f »
Dominiun    Government    Reserve,  »*
about  nine  miles  nortli  of Swan L*
end   inatkeil   "F.   ll.   s,   S.l-   cornw
thence west  80 ehalns, thence north I _
chains,   llnnee   east   80   eliains,  men"!
soutli   80  eliuins   to  the  point of co»l
mencement,  containing 6.0 aei
or less,
FRANK HAROLD SHEPHEH"'  .
Jonathan Graham. A.** I
Sept, 1-th, mio.
PEACH
TAKK
Ci v o
Printer,
alon to m
lands:  t .
about  tin
soutli    of
Dominion
RIVER LAND DISTHICT
Dlslriel of Curiboo
Hint    Robert    AM_
about nine
und marked
thence soutl
chains,  then
untie	
" Vancouver, B.U, .
ntends to nppiy for I
i-hase the following .1
mmencing ut a post
ilj and o
" lorner
Kesri
the  southeast
Government
[.mien
•run*'
. .:Wd
liliitilrf
mil"
i»*
sni
nil-., nortii of Swat
"R.    A. 0„    N.E, corner
80  Chains,   ihenee went
 ill)   80   eliuins   tlienrt
GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that. George Dronson,
of Fernie, B. ('., occupation lumberman, intends to npply for permission
to purchase the following'described
lands: Commencing at a post iilanted 2 miles soutli of the southeast
Or. of Lot 1(107; thence 80 chains
east; tbencc 40 chains soulh; thenco
80 chains west; thence It) chains
north. OEORGE DRONSON,
William West, agent,
Date, Jan. 14th, 1911,
First pub. uho
GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnrihoo.
Take  notice    that   Walter    George
Evans, of Vancouver, H. C, occupation  real  estate broker,  intendB
apply for permission l.o purchase
following ile .cribed lands:
Commencing at it nost planted
nliout nine miles north of Ihe Black-
water River and one mile west from
the S. W. cornet post of Lot 989a ;
tbence 80 chains north; thence 80
ohains west; thence no chains south;
Ihenee SU chains east to point of
commencement.
WALTER GEORGE EVANS,
W. MacKirdy, agent,
December !).   191D.
i.'t   8i)  chains   to   the  point  ..
ineneement,  containing (MO acre.   Ill"'i
less.     RiillKItT AB1.1.T  .'P.t'.-BY.
Agenl-
notices ,iiiii. 21.
First insertion Jan.
FORT GEORGE LANI) DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Oarlboo,
Take notiee     that Arthur Filnior,,
of Vancouver, occupation real estate
to  broker,  Intends to npply for pcrmis-
tho sion to purchase   the following   described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
about ten miles nortii of the Ulack-
water River and one mile west from
the S, W, corner pout of Lot 988;
thenee 80 cbains north; thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains south;
thenco 80 ohalns east to point of
commencement.
ARTHUR F1LM1.H,
W.  MncKirdy,  ngent.
December 9, 1910.
Sept,  i r,th.  i
.Tnmtthuu <!i.noun,
IHO.
LAND   DISTKIt"!'-
PEACE  RJVI.fi
District  of Cariboo,
.TAKE notice tlmt Ctiar.eS Mllh
(',   oooupatlon iini
.i of;
.ov"? |
HSlOll
I*
Vu neon ver,  H	
Clerk,  Intends  to' npplv  for perm
Jo  purcliase    the    following do
Ininls:   Conimenelng   nt   ll   post
nbonl   20  miles  wost  ami   I   mile
'"' Hie soulhoHSt oorner or the 1"""!"'
on Government   Reserve,  In  tlx
Hy or cm  Bank  Kiver, n trlbutii
I'lne  River, un,l  marked "C,  M, •-■   .
thflllis, 11"'"'0
thenoe north 80 cliuin"
eliuins   to  the  polnl
not
of
comer,'1 thenee south
west SO elinlns
Ihenee   emit   Sffl	
commencement    containing
nmi'e or  less,
O11A.1.1.T.10H  MTLTiARi,'.  nt.
040
First  insertiun  above notices
Will lain Radley,
1010.
AMD
.In 7
eptonibor  10,
 -_ _i	
f".l InsiTlinii nliw. nut.k_-Jan. 7, lull.  HIVKIl  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
I      District ol Cariboo, .
■ notioe that Honry  Jnmos G,0I,1!l' °'
[cr It C farmer, intends to apply
lij-sinii to D-rcntm. tho following uw-
KiikIs: Commencing at u posi, plant-1
In, nortl) bnnk ol Hallway rivet- ab-
■cliains south ol the liU.Mile post os-
■ on the North West Mounteil Po-
Iit hit .veil Kort St. .lohn nnil fort
I iu' posi mnrked II.J.C. 8 W .nr-
El,,.,, no chains nortn: '.l)onoo 8b ..liaii.s
Iimv nliout mi chuins south to Half-
„,',•• tltonoe meandtiring suid rivor up
Iln'.! westerly illieciion lo point ol
I, ...'..ni    eontaining   500   neres    more
HENRY   JAMBS  CROMIE..
16,   lOI'i. 	
fcciTi-tV-it- LAND  DIVISION.
District oi Cariboo.
m notice thai Jnmes Cromie, ol Van-
Wi i' accountant, intends to apply
I, iBBion to pui'i'liii'.* tl"'. following cub-
■f'eils- Commeneing nt a post pla.it-
K. ni t-hnlns nortli ol UO-MUo post es-
K nn tiio North Wost Mounted 1 elite
Kwcon Port St. John and Kort (..a-
flit' norlh ol Hallway rivt.c, post
■* j fc SW corner, thonoo .- oliains
m ;,.„,.,. su olialnv I'-sti i-""*" m
,„. t]„.nn mi ohains w.iu lo point
ST"4' ' »S u&ST
imber 10. 1!"''j ,	
|mOB  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
K, jazz zzzz^a, o.
■"hzzzz t'rt^t
"h'Lg    Commonoing al   n  nost  plant
i .  n0rth and l miles weal Irom a
o"   lalfway ''i"'<'   .' cfl;MI,,° SS?!  "!'
";,      Mounted   Poliee  trail    between
K    John and  Fort  Oraham.    B.  ( ..
sn   .hnins  nortli:    thence  -•'   .'hams
ii „ .    80    .-hams  south:  thenee   80
. ', , poiiit ol commencement, uon-
, , . -cres more or less, l'ost marked
"''   \LEXANDER EDWARDS,
li),   10101
I,    vi I.  ItlVKIt  LAND  DIVISION.
Districl ol Cariboo.
,   ,   ...   Robort   llradi'ii  ol Vun-
• . enu.   Intends  to   apply
"   ... ..   the fallowing; ilrs-
, - .   at  a post planl-
'    . ,,iill  on   Halfway
.','' ...■tli   West Molm-
',    " ,1   St.   .lollll   and
mi chains north:
thenco   wi
it.   I;
i0l:'
St.
I
I
Pl.-ACB fttVI.Il l.ANI) DIVISION.
District of Carilioo.
'I'AKK notice that Oeorgo Tunstall ol Van-
coiivi r, D.C., salesman, Intends to apply lor
perniission to purcnuse tno lullowing ucs-
oriood lauds: Comnionclng at a posi plnnted one mile west nnd one mile south trom
a point wnere the Uutli base line crosses
Hear Itiver and about 5 miles north from
Swan or Suclicr Lake, post marked (i.T.
N VI corner, tbenct M) ehains soutn: thenee
80 chains cast to Boar river, thence mean-
dcring suid river down stream in a north-
orly direction to n iioint ubout 8U eliains
east ot initial posi; thenee about no onains
west to point ol commencement, contnining
li-10 acres more or less.
OEORGE TUNSTALL.
October 7,  I'.Hu.
PEACE  RIVEU LAND  DIVISION.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notioe that Jolm (lull Glashan, ol
Vaacouver, B.C., salesman, intends to npply lor permission to purcliuse tho lollowing desoribed lands: Commonoing at a post
planted A miles west und _ miles south
Irom wliere Hie 20tli base lino crosses Bear
river and one mile west from a
post marked Frank HegK's north
west corner, plnnted on Grand Prairie and Pouee Coupe wagon road,
and about 3._ miles north west from
nortii west enu of Swnn Lake or .Sucker
Lake, thenco bu chuins west; tnence 40
clinius south: thenee 80 eliains enst; thenoe
■lu chains north lo point of eommencement,
containing 1120 acres more or less. l'ost
marked  J.Q.O,  \ I. corner.
JOHN   CALL   GLASHAN,
October  7.   I'.llll.
I'KACE  RIVER  LANI)  DIVISION.
Distriot ol Cnriboo.
M'j   nntiee   thut   Jnmes   Riclimonil,    ol
"   Rupert,  B.C., bulohor, intends  lo np-
I     i"i   permission  to  purclinsc  the   follnw-
I     iii'Bcriliud lands:   Oommonolng at a post
J     ""I "  miles    east    nnd   IJ   miles soutli
J   '" " point on nortli bank ol  Hallway rl-
I    ,  :'1""11      -"    clinins    south ol  60 Mile
"ii    Noith     West     Mounteil     Po
" ."'lul beiwcon  fort St. .loliti und   Fort
iahll|n,   li.    0..    theuce 80    chains
"'; llience SO   clinins south; thenco
; chains    west;    thenco 80   chains
l'"1'"1   to   point   of eommencement,
Jl'iitalnlng   G.O   ncres more or less.
''"Hi tnarlteil J.R, N.W. corner.
JAM-IS  RK'IIMOXI).
I'lcmlicj 21,  I'.Hn,
I'R'ACIfl   ItlVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Distriot of Cariboo.
I<H notioe thnl (lllheri  llnnnuli of Van-
"'■  ll.C., nci'oiinlunt.   intends   to   apply
I'ci'inlsslon to purclinsc Hie lollowing des
,'" lands:   Commenolng at a  post  plant-
■ miles nortli nud on., mih' cusl  Irom n
,!   in  Hnllway   river at   (111 Mile  post    oil
,/, "   West    Mounted   Police   trail    bet'vern
s'    Join)    nml   Kurt  (Irnliain,    11,   t'.,
;"' nb    ehnins   east;      llience  Nil chains
'■   'hcni'e  HO elinlns   west:      Ihenee    Hll
. nortli     to   point   of  coniinenrenient.
;'ning    I'iIii  ucres  morn  or  less,     l'ost
' ""d ti .ii, n w oornor.
,,    ,      ,„ GILllKItT  HANNAH.
"Menilx-r 10,  lillo.
PKACK   ItlVKIt   LAND   DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKB notice that John Louis
Schroder, of Vancouver, B. C, real
estate agent, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following descrihed iands: Commencing at a
post planted on north bank of Halfway
Hirer nbout j-inile soulh of hi Mile posi",
established on the Northwest .Mounteil Pollen trail Iietween Port St. John nud Port
Graham. B.C., post markod .i.L.S. SK corner, ihcnce til) chains north: thenee NU
oliains wcsl; tiience about 60 chains south
to Halfway river; tiience moandoring said
river down stream in an easterly direction
to point of commencement, oontalnlng -LSu
ncres more or less.
JOHN  LOUIS  SCHRODER.
September 17,   lllli).
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo,
TAKK notico tbat Alexander Jeffrey Cam-
Pi.., o! Vancouver, B.C., freight agent, in-
tends lo appl) for pormisslon to purcliase
'.lie (ollowing described lands: Commenolng
at a post planted 1 miles north , .nd one
rule west from junction of Cvpress Creek
and Halfway river, near 71-Mile post on Hie
North West Mounted Police Irall between
Fort St John and Fori Oraham, B.C., post
marked A. .1. O, S. E, corner; thence
80 clinins north; thence 80 clmins
west; thence SO chains south; thence
80 chains enst to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
ALEXANDER JEFFREY CAMlllK.
September 22, r.'m.
tains
point    of
moro
lining    nl    ■•
1 tt.B. S K corner.
ROBERT DRAW.
I, KK  LAND  DIVISION.
p  triet of Cariboo.
.   thnt (Ioorge  .Vrk.it   of  Vaii-
necountnnt,  intends  to   apply
sion to purcliase the following des-
ri.inii cing ut a   post pliint-
soutlt (rom mi-Mile post cstnb-
p,    trail between Fort St. John
II  iliam.   B.C.,  and - miles soulh
Ifwnj   river;  llience SO chains easl:
■    'mins   north!     theuce   hll   chains
■ -    thence   nii  chains   south   to   point    of
iii-nl.  contnining  640  acres     more
Post  marked G.W.  S W  oorner.
dEORQl- WRIGHT,
tier  17.  1910.
MCE RIVKR I.AND DIVISION.
Dislrict ot Cariboo.
JAKK notice Hint Thomas  Dickson  Archi-
|il   Paves,   o!   Vancouver,   ll.C.   manager,
nd. to apply for permission to  purchase
following described  binds:   Commonoing
n post planted :i miles nortii nnd 2 miles
^t Irom    junction    ol Cypress  Creek  und
River,  near 711-Mile post on  North
ist   Mounted     Police     trail   between   Fort
faham   and   Fort St. John, B. O.,
Be: i     80   chains  west;    thence    80
pins south;  thence 80 chains east;
80   chains nortii to point   ot
Jnmencement, containing 040 ncres,
• or less.   Post marked T.D.A.F.
|K. collier.
MAS DICKSON  ARCHIBALD  l'URVKS.
tembcj  '.'.I.   I'.HO.
: I ICE  RIVKR  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
notice thai William Wilson ol Van-
! ■ , gentleman,    intends    to apply
mi io purohase the following des-
i .    Commonclng at a post plant-
north  and 2  miles  west   from
Hallwuy  River at  60-Mllo post
'   Mounted   Police     trail,    bo-
John nnil  Fort  ' tna.'.m,  11.
bains west;   thence about SU
■ Hnlfwny river, tiience mean-
down strenm in an caster-
point Hu  chains  south ol
■   Sll ehnins nortli to point
containing    040    acres
ost markod W.W. N 1. cor-
W1I.LIAM   WILSON.
I't' ii »i   IP.   I'.lln.
PKACK RIVER  I.l "-'SION.
District of Cariboo.
■F.    notice    Hint   Winnie Shnnger    of
ign. 111., C.S.A., married woman,  h.*
to   ipply  for pormisslon  to  purohaso
nt  descriiicd  lands:   Commenolng
post   planted  ii   miles cast  and   J-inlle
'rom   i   point   on   llullway   river,   ab-
"  "hnins   south   of   Mile   pnsl   60    on
Wi t   Mounted   Police   trnil,   between
s'   Jolm    111111"   Fort Graham,  B.C.,
"'    chuins    east;     thence  so ehnins
tlicnce  mi  ehalns  wcsl;     Ihenee    80
nortii     to   point  ol   coiiinicnceinent,
"Ing  *» In ncres    more    or   less.    Post
I  Vt.H.    N «'  corner.
WINNIE  SlIANCKR.
i-mboi 21,  I'.Hn.
PKACK  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that   Jamos  William  Robinson, ol Vancouver,  B.C., salesman,   Intends
io apply fur permission to purohaao the following  described  lands:   Commencing  at   a
post planted tl miles south and :i miles west
Irom where the 20th base line crosses   Bear
river and :l miles south  and one  mile  west
from   a post   mnrked   Frank   Bogg's    nortl
west corner,  nnd  about :i',  miles west from
north  west   end  oi     Swan  or  Sucker lake
thenc. so chains west; thooco 80 chains north
llience     Nil     ehulns     east;   tiience   V   eliains
south to poim nl commencement, containing lilu acres more or less. Post marked
J.WiR. S K corner.
JAMES WILLIAM ROBINSON.
October  8,   I'JIll.
PKACK  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKR notice thnt Duncan Mac-
Donald, of Vancouver, H. O., purchasing ngent, intends to apply for
permission to purcliase the following
descrihed lands: Commencing at a
post piunted 6 mill- south anil A miles
west from where tlio 20th base line orosscs
Bear river, nud :i miles south and I mile
west from a post marked Frank Ilegg's
north west corner, planted on Grand Prairie
and l'once Coupe wagon road nnd
ahout 3} miles west from nortli
west end of Swan or Sucker Lnke,
thence 80 chains east; thence 40
chains north; thence 80 chains west;
tlicnce 40 chains south to point ol lom-
menoom.nl, containing .20 aoros moro or
less. Post mnrked D.M. S.W. corner.
DUNCAN  MacDONALD.
October S,   11)10,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Kli-uliclli Hitt ol Vancouver. B.C., married woman, intends io apply for perniission lo purchase the following dosorlbod lands: Oommonolng at a post
planted 8 miles soutli from where the 20tll
base line i rosscs Hear river, and five miles
south and one mile cast Irom a post in.ir!.-
cd Frank Ilegg's north west corner, planted
ou Grand Pralrlo nnd I'ouce Coupe wagon
roud. und nboul J mile north west from
BOUth   west   mil   ol   Swan   or   Sucl-.er    Lake,
thence B0 ohalnB Bouth:     thonco 80 chains
west-      thence  80  chains   nortli:   thonco    su
chains east   In puint   ol rolinneiieeliieut,  containing I'll" acres mure or less.   Post   marked  K.ll.  N E corner.    ELIZABETH  HITT.
Ootobor 8, 11)10.
PKACK RIVF.R LAND DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Fiances Payne ofllii|;h
ton, F.iiglanil, married womnn, Intonds t"
npply for permission to purchaBo tho following dosorlbo- lands: Oommonolng at a post
plnntod    :i  miles  cast   and   IJ   miles -nortli
from n point on the norlh bank of
Halfway river, about _o chains .south
of ' GO-Mile post on North West
Mounteil Police trail between Fort
St. .lohn and Fort Graham, It. C
ihenee 80 chains enst; thenee 80
ehains soulh; thence 80 ehains wost;
ihcnce 81) clinins norlh to point of eoin-
nieneeineiit, containing 11 In acres more or
less.    Posi mnrked P.P. N W corner.
FRANCES  PAYNE.
September,  21,   1010.
PKACK  RIVER LANI) DIVISION,
liistrict. of Cariboo,
TAKK notice Hint John MncLeun of Vnncouver, II.C, snlesiiiun, Iniends to apply for
perniission In purchase Hie following described hinds: Commonoing nl o post planted one mite nnrth from u point on Unit
wnv river nl (IB Mile post on Nortii West
Mount!.'. Police trail, between Fori St. John
nnd Fort (Iraleini, II C„ thence 80 ehalns
ninth: tlicnce so chains west: tiience su
clinins south; ihenee Nu ehnins east to puint
ol commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.   Post marked j,ill. S F. oorner.
JOHN   Mud,KAN,
Septembei' 10,  l'JIO.
PKACK  RIVKR LAND  DIVISION.   ■
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Ferguson of Vancouver, B.C., real estate broker, intends to
npply for perniission to purchnse tiie lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
plnnted 2 miles north nnd one mile east
from u polnl on Halfway river nt GG.Milo
post ou North West Mounted Police trail
hetween Port St. John und Fort Graham,
B.C., thence Hu ehnins nortli; thenee 81)
ehn'tis enst; tiience Sll chuins south; tiience
Hu chains west to point ol commeooeimint,
containing 640 acres more or less. j'ost
marked .J.F. S VI corner.
JOHN  FERGUSON.
Soptomber 10, i'.Hu.
PKACK  RIVKR  LAvn  DIVISION.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that George Bell, ol . nn-
couver, B.C., malinger, intends to apply tor
perniission to purcliuse the following described lands: Commencing at a post nlnnted 2\ miles south and one mill tast from
60-Mllo post ostabllshod on Police trail le-
iwcen Fort, St. John antl Port Oraham, B.
Cl., and ahout _ miles south-of lhe Halfway
river, thenee 80 clinins east; thenco 8U
eliains soutli; tlicnce _u chuins west: tlicnce
80 chains noriti to point ot commencement,
containing lilu acres more or less. Post
marked G.B. N W corner.     GEORGE BELL.
September 20,   1010.
PEACE  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKF, notice that Waller Wood, oi Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends lo upply
lor perniission to purchnse the following -escribed lands: Commonoing at a post plant*
"d .. 1 miles south from 06-Milo post established On the Police trail botween Fort St.
John und Fort lirnhaiu, B.C., and .", miles
smith from the south bunk of Halfway rner
tiience Ho chains east; tiience 80 ctiui'is
nortli; thence su chains west; iiiencc Sn
clmins south to poinl of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less. Post marked W.W, S W enrner. WALTER WOOD
September 20, I'.Hu,
PKACK  RIVKR LANI) DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Ivor Ferguson of Prince
Rupert. B.C.. tine keeper, intends to apply
Ior pormisslon to purchase the following descrihed lands: Commonoing at u post plnnled fi miles east and _4 miles south from a
point on nortii bank ol Halfway river, about "in chains soutli of GO Mile post on
North West Mounted Police trail, betwoen
Fort St. John and Fort Graham,
11. C, thence 80 chains east; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
west; llience 80 chains north to
point ol commencement, containing 0 In
neres more or less, l'ost marked Ll . N W
corner. IVOR  FERGUSON.
.September 21,  1010.
PKACK RIVF.R  LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKK notice that Alexander Finlay McDonald, of Victoria. B.C., clerk, Intends to
npply lor perniission to purchase the following doBorlbod lands: Conimencing nt a post
planted II miles south from where the Until
Base line crosses Bear river nud six miles
south and one mile east from a post marked Frauk Begg's north west corner, planted
on Grand Prairie and Police Coupe wagon
road, and ubout one mile south west trom
thc south \ est end ol Swnn or Sucker lake,
tiience Ml clinins south; thence Sn ohains
west: then." 80 chains nortli; theuce 80
eliains cast to point ol oommonoomont, containing 640 ucres more or less, l'ost marked
A.P.M. N K corner.
AMS-CANI)-.-. F1NI.AY  McDONALD.
October 8,  1010,
PKACK  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKK notice that Georgia Webster, of
Colchester, F.nglnnd, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
tho following described binds: Commonclng
at a post planted :! miles east and 1 %
miles nortn from a point on Halfway river
about 20 eliains soutli of GO-Mile post established on Police trail hetween Fort St,
John and Fort Graham, B.C., post marked
G.W. S W corner, thence 81) chains north:
tlicnce SU chains enst: thence SU chains
soiitli: thence St) chuins west to point ol
commoncemont. containing 640 acres more
or less. GEORGIA WEBSTER.
September 2D,  l'.nn.
PKACK   RIVF.R  LAND   DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Lillian Hall oi Vancouver, B.C., spinster, intends to apply ior
permission lo pureiiase the following described lnnds: Commencing at a post planted ou the south bnnk of Halfway river. 4
miles westerly from junction (I I'ypress
Creek und Halfway river, thence SO chains
west; thence 80 clinins north; th.ucc ahout
4') chuins eust to Hallway river; thencu
meandering said river, down stream in a
south easterly direction to point ol commencement, contnining .|Nu ncres more or
less.    I'ost mnrked I,.II. SE corner.
LILLIAN   HALL.
September 23,  1910.
PEAOE   RIVKR  I.AND  DIVISION.
Disirici 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 6G mile post, on N.W.
Mounted Police trail between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B, C,
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west to point of
commencement, and containing G-10
acres more or less. Post marked R.
C. 8, M.'s S. W. corner.
RICHARD OHA_a_.ES  1-DWARDS
MILLER.
September 19, 1910.
l'EACK RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that 'Charles Wilmont Vey-
sey of Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends
to apply ior permission to purchase the following described lunds: Commencing at a
post plnnted 2 miles nortii from Junction
of Cypress Creek and Halfway river and about 1} miles north of 72-
Mile post on the North West Mounted Police trail, between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. C,
post mnrked C.W'.V. S W corner, thence SO
eliains north; thence 80 chains eust; thence
Su chains soulh; tiience 8u chuins west to
point of commencement, eontaining GIO acres more or less.
CHARLES WILMONT VKYSKY.
September 22,  1910,
I'KACE  RIVF.R LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Hanslip of Vnncouver, B.C, accountant, intends to appiy
for perniission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing at a post planted IJ miles north .ind 2 miles east irom a
point ou north bank of Halfway river, about 2n eliains south of (.'* Mile post on
Nortli West Mounted Police trail between
Fort St. John and Port Gralnni, B.C.
thenee 8i) ehnins north; thenee sn chains
west; thence S'l clinins south; thence HU
eliains enst lo point of com mencement. con-
tninint. 640 ncres more or less, l'ost mnrked
CH. S E corner.
CHARLES   HANSLIP.
.September  10,   I'.Hn.
PKACK  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKE notice tlmt Charles William Gciger
of Victoria. B.C. olerky intends to apply
for perniission to purchase the following described lands: Conimencing at a post plnnted ti miles west from where the 'iiltli base
line crosses the Bear river, nnd one mile
west and 'A miles north from a post marked Frank Begg's north west corner, iilanted
on the Orand Prairie and I'ouce Coupe wagon road and about G miles nortii west
from north west end ol Swan or Sucker
Lake : thence SO eliuins south; tl.cncc Su
chains west; thence SO chains north; thence
Su chains enst to point of commencement,
containing G10 acres more or less. Post
mnrked C.W.G.  north east corner.
CHARLES WILLIAM  GEIGER.
October 7,   1910,
PKACK  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKF, notice that William Barrett, ol
Vanoouvor, B.C., teamster, intends to apply
for permission to purcliase tho following
descriiicd lands : Commencing at a post
plauted 2 miles easl and 1 i miles south
Irnm u0-Mtle post on North West Mounted
Police trail, tu two u Fori St. John nnd
Fort Graham, B.C., thonoe SO .hams ,a-t;
tin nee ubout 60 chain:: soutli tn llallwa;.
river; thenee meauderlng said river up
stream in a westerly direction to a point
nboul -In chains south ol Initial post; thenci
In chains north to point ol coiiiniencciiicnt.
oontninlng 480 ncres mure or less. l'osl
marked W.B,  N W corner,
WILLIAM  BARRETT.
Soptomber 2t),  1010.
PEACE  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKF, notice Hint Arthur Linnell ol Vnn-
coiivcr, B.C., checker, iniends to apply for
permission lo purcliase tho foliuwing described land-.:     Cot 'in'lng nl  a  post plnnt'
nl 11 miles south nud one mile eust Irom
tlic 66-Mllo post, ostabllshod on police trail
between Port St.. John and Fort Qraham,
B.C., and r.hntit I miles soulh irnm Hallway   river.   Hie   s"  ch ilns  nortli;     Ihcnce
Nn elmins east! Ihcnoi m' ohnlns south ;
Ihenee Nu chains west lo point of oommenej-
nicnt, containing 0-tn ucres more or less.
Post markod A.L. S w corner.
ARTHUR  i.INNKLi..
Scpiembcr 20,   IDIO.
PKACK  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION,
District  nl Cariboo.
TAKK notiee thill (let ild Charles Pel ol
Vancouver, B.C., i miit.-nit■ iniends to npply lor permission in pnrolinsa tho following
descrihed lands : Commencing nl a lost
plnnled 21 miles sbitth and one mile .nut
Iroin tii'.-Milc pust estiibl died on Police trnil
between Fort Si. Jolm anil Port Gralinm,
ll.C, and 2 miles  tli from Hnlfwny liver, tlicnce Sll clinins so ttllt l!"'i"''' '''" "I"1'""
west: Ihenee SO ohnlns uorth; tlicnco su
chuins enst to point »( coinmoiiecinont, eon-
tabling 640 ncres more nr leBB, Post mark-
id (I.CP. N I! coiner,
GERALD CHARLES PEEL.
September 'JO,  1010,
PKACK  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKK notice that Herbert Colliding Wilson, of Victoria, B.C.. merchant, Intends to
apply for permission to purenasc the lollowing uescribed binds: Commencing at a post
planted ;) miles west and one mile south
Irom where the -Hth base line crosses Bear
river, and one mile west and two miles
norlh Irom a post marked Prank Begg's
norm west corner, planted on Grand Prairie
and Ponce Coupe wagon road, aad 1 milo
south oi the Pence Rivor Block conveyed by
the Province of B.C., to the Dominion government, and about a miles north west from
north west end oi Swan or Sucker Lake,
llience HO chains south; thenee HI) chains
cast: thence 80 chains north: thence 8U
chains west to point of commencement, containing li-lu acres more or less. Post marked II.G.W.  N W corner.
HERBERT  COULDING WILSON.
October 7.  i'.Hu.
l'EACK  RIVKR LAND  DIVISION.
m... r,        District of Cnriboo.
JAKh notice that John Henry Cocking,
ol Vancouver, B.C., manager, intends to apply for perniission to purchase the followinE
describod binds: Commencing at a post
plnnled nbout 40 chains north and _u chains
eust oi bu-mile post on thc'Northwest Mounted lolice trail between Port St. John aad
l-ort Oraham, B.C., north of Hallway river
post marked J.ll.C. SW corner, thence _.
chains north; thence Su chains east; thence
nu chains south; thence su enains west to
point of oommoncoment, containing 640 acres more or less.   I'ost mnrked J.H.C. SW
,:0';1"'1'' -"1HN' HENRY COCKING.
September  10.   lulu.
PKACK  RIVKR  LAND DIVISION.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Frederick Edward Dent-
ley, of Vnncouver, B.C., teamster, intends
to apply for perniission to purchnse the following described lands: Commencing at .a
post planted ou north bunk of Ilalfwny
river, near junction of Cypress Creek and
Halfway river, about GU ehnins south from
72-Mile post on Police trail, between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.
C, thence 80 chains nortli; thence
80 chains west; thence about 60
chains south to Halfway river;
tbence moandoring snid river down stroam,
iu an easterly direction lo point of commencement, containing 660 acres more or
less, l'ost  mnrked F.F..H.  S K corner.
FREDERICK   EDWARD  IIK.NTLEY.
Soptomber -2, 1010,
PEACE  UIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Joseph Francis Mnc-
Kitinon. of Vnncouver, B.C., sulcsmaa, intends lo apply Ior permission to jiiircl_tse
the following described lands: Commencing
nt n post planted on the south bunk of
Halfway river, about J-mile soutli and one
mile eust from tube post 66, established on
the Police trail Iietween Fort St. John and
Fort Graham. B.C., tlicnce 60 chains south;
llience HO chains east: theuce SO ehains
norlh to Halfway river: thence meandering
said river up strenm in a westerly direction lo point of commencement, containing
Slid ncres more or less. Post marked J.F.
M. N W corner.
JOSEPH FRANCIS MncKiNNON
September  17,   l'JIO.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas Poster ol Vancouver, B.C.. toamstor, iniends to apply tor
permission to purchnse the following described lnnds: Commenolng at a post planted 1 miie west from the continence of Cypress Crook and Hnltway river, post marked T P N F. corner: thence su oliains west:
thence su chains soutli: tlicnce about 60
clmins cast to Cypress Creek; theaee meandering snid creek down strenm In an east-
iily direction to a point about 40 chains
louth of inltlnl post; thence nbout 4u
chains nortli to point of commencomont,
containing S00 acres more or less.
THOMAS POSTER.
September 22.  I'.HU.
PEACE  RIVKR LANI)  DIVISION.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKF lOtloo that William Albert I etcher,
ol Vancouver, B.C.. aooountnnt, Intends to
apply lor permission lo purcliuse tlio lollowing cesoribod binds: Commonoing at a post
planted on the noutli bnak of Hnllway river nbuut one mile west from (16-Mllo post
estat.lished on Police trail between Port St.
John nnd Fort Graham, B.C., Post marked W.A.I.. N l'J corner, tlicnce Hu chuins
south; thence 80 chains west; thence
about 80 elmins north to Halfway
river; thence meandering snid river
down stream in an easterly direction
to point of commencement, containing GUI neres, more or less.
WILLIAM ALBERT LETCHER.
Soptomber I'. 1-10.
PKACK  RIVF.R  LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict   of  Peace  River.
TAKI. nntiee thut Robert l.nwlcr, of San
Prtuiclsco, CaL, if.S.A., horseman. Intends
in npply for pormisslon to purcliase lhe following descriiicd lands: Commonclng nt n
post plnnled 11 miles north from n point
on the Ilnltwav river nliout 02 miles down
slrcnm Irom the molltll of Cypress Creek,
thence soutli 80 eliains; thenci. east Su
chalnsi thoneo nortli HO ehnins; tiience west
SU elinlns to point ol oommonoement, eoniuining Gin neves more or less.
ROBERT   LAWLER.
Sept.  29,  I'.HU. Junks  Pettry, agent
i'EACE  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKK notiee thnt Clare Connors, of Vancouver, B.C, warehousomnni intends to -ipply for permission to purchase the following describod lands: Commencing at a post
planted li miles south and 2 mlles west
trom where the 20th base line crosses Bear
river, and 3 miles south from a post marked . jank Begg's north west corner, planted
on Orand Pralrlo and I'ouce Coupe wagon
road, post marked C. C N E corner, thence
nu chains south; thence Su ehalns west •
thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains
eust to point oi commoncemont, containing
bin (.ores more or less.
CLARE  CONNORS.
October 8.  1010.
PEACE KIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Stevenson of Vancouver, B.C., teamster, Iatends to apply for
permission to purchase the followiag described lands: Commencing at a post plaated on thu south bank of Halfway river, about G miles north westerly from junction
ol Cvpress Creek and Halfway river, theaee
NO chains west: thence 80 chaias north ;
thence about 40 chaias east to Halfway river; tbencc meandering said river down
stream in a south easterly direction to
point of commencement, eontaining 480 acres morc or less. I'ost mnrked J.S. S E
corner. JOHN   STEVENSON.
September 20,  1910.
,        PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
'I'AKK notice that Samuel MacDowell, of
Vancouver. B.C., hostler, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lnnds: Comnieneing at a post plaated ubout 2j miles south from 06-Mile post
established on Poliee trail, between Fort St.
Join aid Fort Graham, B.C., nnd about 2
miles south of the Halfway river; thence
Su chuins south; thence 80 chains west ;
tlicnce Su chuins north: thence 80 chains
east lo point of commencement., contaiaing
640 acres more or less. Post marked S.M.
N E  CCi.-.er. SAMUEL  MiicDOWELL.
September 20,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION. .
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Stanlej Davis of Vancouver. B.C., teamster inte'.ds to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted on north bunk o! Halfway river about
J-mile west and SO feet south Irom 66-Mile
post, estnblished on Tollce trail between
Port St. John aad Fort Oraham, B.C.,
thenee 80 chains north; thence 80 chains
enst: thence nbout 80 chains south to Halfwav River, theaee meandering said river up
stream in a westerly direction to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less. Post marked S D S W cornor.
STANLEY DAVIS.
September 19.  1010.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that John Philip MncLaren.
of Vancouver, B.C., real estate ageat, intends to npply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 3 miles north Irom junction of Cypress Creek and Hallway River,
and north of 72-Mile post on Police trail,
between Port St. John and Fort Graham.
B.C , post marked J.P.M. S W corner,
tlicnce   SO   chains   north;   tbencc   80    chains
east; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains west Jto point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.       ,
JOHN  PHILIP MucLAREN.
September 22,  1010.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James McLeod ol Vancouver, B.C., foreman, intends to apply for
permission to purchnse the following described lands: Comnieneing nt a post planted li| miles north and 2 miles west from
a point on Halfway river, about 20 eliains
south of Mile post till on North West Mounted Poliee trail, between Fort St. John nnd
Fort Graham, B.C., tiience NU ehnins north;
llience Sn chuins west; thence NU ehalns
south: thenee Nil ehnins east to point of
oommoncoment, containing 040 ucres more
nr less.   I'ost marked  J.M. SE corner.
JAMES McLF.OD.
September 16,   1010.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Samuel George Spi-neo,
of Vuncouver, B.C., manager, intends to apply for pel mission to purchnse the following described lands: Coiiinieiiclng nt a post
planted 2 miles north nnd one mile west
Irom n polnl on llaliway river nt .i'-Mlle
post on Nortii West Mounted Police trail.
Iietween Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham.
B.C., tbencc Nil chuins north: thence NO
chains west; ihenco 8U ehains south; tbence
su chains enst to point of oommenoement,
contnining 040 acres more or less. Post
marked S.G.S. S.E. corner.
SAMUEL GKORGE SIENCE.
Soptomber l«, 1910.
PEACE  RIVKR LANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKF, notice that Alice Barrett of I.on-
don, England, spinster. Intends to npply lor
pel mission to purchase the lollowing described lunds: Commencing at a post planted 3 miles east Irom a point on H.illwiiy
river about 20 cliaint south uf GO-Mile post
esliiblished on Police trail Iietween Fort. St.
.lohn und Port Graliam, B.C., post marked
A. B. S. K. corner; thence 80 chains
nortli; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains soutli; thence 80 chains east
to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
AL1CK  BARRETT.
September 20, 1810,	
Pint Inset-lion ub.ve notices Nov. it). I
V
fi
Dislriel  of Cariboo.
Take notice that Lancelot Ashby, of
Duncans, H.C, occupation rancner, iniends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
.    ■      .,_        4__--.-4_.4-        1_..1SLI       _>__jTKl(_T
District  of Cariboo
Take   notice    that  Robert Michael
Burns, of South Fort George,   B. C,
occupation   hotel-keeper,  intends    to
apply for permission to purchase the
i.uniii.enciiig at a pust pidiiteo aoout following described lands:
.seven miles east at d one mile north of Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of lot 1024, Can- the i_. E. corner of Lot 825, Cariboo
boo district, tiience running north 80 disti'ict; thence west 20 chains;
chains, thence east so chains, thence thence south 20 chains; more or less,
south 80 chains, tnence west 80 eliains along the eastern boundary of Lot
tu point of commencement, eontaining 753, to the Fraser river; thence in a
640 acres of land more or less. northeasterly   direction following the
Nov. 17, 1910.     LANCELOT ASHBY,   meanderings of the Fraser river   to
decl0-fb4 A. H. Kraser. agent,   point  of    commencement,  containing
PORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Distriot   ot   Carilioo.
TAKK  notice  tlmt   Km   Wagner,  of  Seattle.  Hash.,  U.S.A.,  strnogrn. lur. Intends to
apply tor permission io purchase Hie following descrihed  lunds:   Commenolng ut  a post
planted     I    mil's south and  I   mile easl ol
lhe soutli eas!  corner oi   l.ol   Iiu.,    tltolieo
nortii    Nu    ennins:      thence east  811 eliains;
tlicnce    south    t>u   ehnins;  thenco   wist   Nu
chuins   to point  of commencoment,   eoniuining 040 ncres of land.   K.W.'s S W corner.
EVA  WAG.VER.
Nov. 30,   IU 10.        P. 0.  ))■  Bodeker, agent
FORT GEORGE   LAVn  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
.   ,„c Hughes, of
"..    cook,  in-
.  iis-ion tu pur-
. ., U_. en. ed lands:
I ...    eniir.g at a post planted .about
seven ml... eust of lire northeast corner of Iol 1U24, Cariboo district, thence
suutli  80 chains, tbence east 80 enains;
thenee north 80 ehains, thenee west 8t)
•   tins in poinl uf commencement, con-
b'      en.   uf land more or less.
Nov. 17, 1.10.      GEOKUE HUGHES,
deeltl-f b4. A. 11. Eraser, agent
20 acres more or less.
ROB-CRT MICHAEL BURNS.
December 21, 1910.
FORT GEORGE I.AVD DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo
TAKK notiee that Esther Edlund o( Seattle, Wash., I'.S.A.. stenographer, intends
to apply lor permission io purchnse the followin. descriiicd lands: Commencing nt a
post planted ;1 miles south and I j miles
west of tlic soutli east corner of Lot 17G7,
thence south 40 chains; thence west Nu
chains: thence north ■!" clinins; thenee east
bu chains to point of commencement, containing :)_u acres of land. E.E.'s N E corner. ESTHER EDLUND..
Nov. 00,   I 'J in.        P
FORT GEORGB 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. nil; thence
south 48 chains, more or less, to the
northern boundary of D. L. 1709 ;
thence west 80 chains; thence north
48 chains, more or less, to the S.W.
corner of D. L. S42; thence east 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 380 acres, more
or less.     FREDERICK TAZEWELL.
November 15,  1010.
PORT OEORGE I.AND DISTRICT.
1 Disirici ui Carilioo.
TAKE notice that Lloyd Hal. Woodnut of
Sottttle, Wasa., tiiil engineer, intends to upply for permission m purcliuse the toilowing
described lands: Commencing nl a posi
plained about. :i niil.s south and one mile
eust of the south east corner of Lot I TOT.
thenci' south nii chains; thence west nu
chains: thence nortii nu chains; thence east
nii ohnlns to point of commencoment, containing lilu acres.    L.D.W.'S V 10 corner.
LLOYD   HAL.   WOODNUT.
Nov. :ln.   I'.Hn. p.  0.  II.  llodeker.  ngent
FORT  CEORCE   LAND   DISTRICT
Disti'ict of Cariboo
Take notice   that Stebbin Russell,
, of   London,  E. C,  Eng., occupation
.„ 1). Booofeer, agent   solicitori   intemls   to   appiy   for    pe-_
mission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. E. corner of D. L. 842; thence
south 08 chains, more or less, to the
northern boundary of D. L. 1769 ;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 70
chains, more or less, to the right
bank of the    Lower  Nechaco   river;
FORT GEORGE LAvf) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKK notice thai John Thomas Miller.
Jr.. of Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., real estate
agent, intends to npply for permission to
purchase the following described lands :
Commencing at u post planted -I J miles
south and _ miles enst ol the south east
corner of Lot I TOT, thenee north In chains:
thence east Nu eliuins; thence south 40
chains:  thence west  nii chains to   point    of
commencement     coutnining    820    aces     of   tnence   following   the   meanderings   of
lord.     J.I.M. s S K corner.
JOHN THOMAS MILLER, JR.
Nov. 30,  liHu.        P. (I.  It. Bodeker, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo
TAKE notice thai Ann Mullen, of Seattle.
Wash..   I'.S.A.,   spinster,   intends   to    apply
iiermission     to purchase  the  following
for
the said river up stream, in a westerly direction to the point of commencement, and containing 480 acres,
more or less.
STEBBIN RUSSELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Guy Bidwell, of
Bromley, Kent, Eng., occupation
gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the right bank of the Lower Nechaco
river, about 70 chains north of the
} post on the northern boundary of
D. L. 1755; thence south about 70
chains, to the northern boundary of
D. L, 1755; thence east 80 chains ;
thence north about 20 chains to the
right bank of the I iwer Nechaco river; thence followirt the meanderings
e.irner. EVA MAE FLETCHER.     °'   tbe   said   rivtr up stream in    a
Nov. :iu. 8'jiu.      p. g. l). Bodeker. agent northwesterly   dii.ction   to point of
- commencement,   and   containing   320
acres, more or less.
described lands: Commencing at a post
Iilanted 3 miles south and I mile east of
the south east corner of Lot 17(17, thence
north SU chains; thence west Su chains :
t'.cncr south Nn chains: thenee c.st Nu chains
to - oint of commencement, containing b 10
■ icrcs of land.    A.M.'s S E enrner.
ANN1 MULLEN.
Nov. '"■    I   In.        P. G. B.  Bodeker, agent
P RT (.'•'"•>'•!.'  ' »-TI  m-TRIOT.
District of Cariboo
TAKF,  notice  thnt   Eva   Mae  Fletcher,    of
-■ itl.. Wash., ''.S.A..  married woman,  in-
ends io apply for    permission  to purchase
following described binds: Commencing
I i post plnnted nbout A miles south nud
■ie mile east of the south east corner of
nt 1TH7, thence south 80 chains; thence
. t NU chains; tiience north NU chains;
'ue, west Ho cha'iis to point of coiiiincnce-
lent,  containing bin  acres.     E.M.P.'s  N W
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Jolm Joseph Dunne, ol
Scuttle. Wash., I'.S.A.. telegraph manager,
Intends to npply for pel-mission to purchase
the following descrihed lands: Comnieneing
at a post planled 1 miles south of the
soutli eust corner ol Lot I7i.<". thence soutn
nu chuins: llience west lu chains; thence
north Nil chains: thenee ensl I" chuins lo
point of commencement, containing _2u acres oi land.   J.J.D.'s  N K corner.
JOHN  JliSKI'll  DUNNE.
Nov.  30,   I'.lln.        p.  ti.   II,   Bodeker, agent
PORT GKOIiGK I. \Nh DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo
TAKE notice thut Harry J. Crowe of Seattle, Wash., I'.S.A.. manufacturer, intends
lo apply for perniission to purohase the following described lnnds: Conimencing nt a
post planted :l miles south of ttie south enst
corner of Lot ITtiT thence north Nn ehnins;
thence west 40 chuins; Ihcnce south 80
chuins: thence east I" chuins to I oint of
commencement.   11.  J. C.'s SE corner.
HARRY J.  ( HOWE.
Nov. :ln,   I'.lln.
F "'" GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice that Mar II. Glynn, of Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., married .".man. iniends to apply for perniission to purchase
the following described lands: ■ 'omin -neing
nt a post planted I miles south of the
south east corner ol Lot 17I1T, thence south
•1(1 chains; thence west 80 ehnins: thence
north -in chains: thenoe east Nil chains to
point of commencement, containing 320
ucres of land.   M.B.C.'s N 1-1 corner,
MAE  B. GLYNN,
Nov. :n),   1910,        P.  G.  B.   Bodeker,  agent
VoRT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKK notice thnl Theodore I-lunmcr. ol
Seattle. Wash., U.S.A., mining engineer, intends to apply lorv permission to purchase
tiie following described lands: Commenolng
'at a post planled at Hie north west corner
of Lot lfi86, thence north No ehnins; thenee
west hu ehains: thenco south Nu chuins ;
thence cast Nu chains to point of commencement, containing lilu ucres ol land.
T.F.'s N E corner.
THEODORE  Fl.AMMER.
Nov. _N,   101(1. p.  (|.   B.  llodeker,  agent
First insertion above notices December 24.
FORT GEORGE i •.-''> "TSTKIOT.
District of Curiboo
TAKE notice Hint George B. Bnkrr of Seattle, Wnsh.. I'.S.A.. real estate agent, intends to apply (or permission to purchase
the following described lands: Conimencing
nt a post planled A miles south and IS
miles west of the south enst corner of Lot
1707, thence south 40 ehains: thence east Ho
chains: thence north -In chains; theuce west
80 chains  to point of commencement,   eon
taining  ll'.'u neres  of  bind.    G.B.B.'s   N w  solicitor,   intends to  apply  for
corner.
Nov. ;in.
Itlln.
GUY BIDWELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice   that Henry Arnholtz,
of London, E,   C,   Eng., occupation
per-
OEORGE it. BAKER,     mission to purchase the following de-
P. (,.  It.  Bodeker. agent   scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the i post on the western boundary
of D. L. 841, thence west 80 chains ;
thence north 80 chains; thence east 10
chains, more or less, to the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river ;
thence following the meanderings of
the said river down stream in a
southeasterly direction to the N.W.
cornerof D. L. 841; thenee south
about 25 clinins to the point of commencement, and containing 440 acres
more or less.
HENRY ARNHOLTZ,
November 15, 1910.
PORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKE  notice   Hint   Robert   Evans,   of   Seattle,   Wash.,   U.S.A.,   salesman,   Intends   to
apply  for  permission   to   purchase   the    following described  binds:    Conimencing   ut   a
post  planted 3  miles  south    and   1J    miles
west ol the south east corner of Lot   I TOT,
thence    north  ' 80  chains;     thence  east    Nn
chuins;  thence south 80 chains;   thence  wcsl
8(1  chains  to point  of commencement,  coutnining  (iln  acres  of   land:    U.K.   S W   corner. ROBERT  EVAN'S.
Nov. 30,  1910.        P. li. It.  Uodekor, n_ont
Pl "'IE  LAM) DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo
TAKE nolice that George Soohie, of Seattle. Wash.. I'.S.A., accountant, Intends to
npply for perniission in purcliuse the following described lands: Conimencing nt a
post plnnted l| miles south und _ miles
cast of the soulh east eoraer of Lot I Tli",
thence north 40 chuins: theuce west Mi
chains; thence south -lu chains; Hi-llce cast
8o eliains to point of oom.nunuem.nt. containing .'<2u neres ol land.
GEORGE SCOBIE.
Nov. 311,   I'.Hu.        p.  tl.  B.  llodeker. ugent
FORT CEORGE  I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKK notice Hint Mark Judd, of Seattle
Wash.,  U.S.A., lumberman, iniends to   at
ply  ior    permission   to  purchase lhe follow
ing described  lands:   Commenoln„
planted 3 miles south nnd   li  mil
Hie south east corner  of Lot   I TUT,    theuce
nortii  Nil chains ;  thonce west   ' i   obelns ;
thence    south  Nu chains :     tiience   c ist    Nil
chuins to point ot commencement,   oontalnlng (ill) acres  ol bind.   M.J.'s  S K oorner.
MARK  JUDD.|
Nov. 3D,   liHu.        p. 0.  B.  Bodeker, agenl
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Carilioo
Take notice that Frederic Byrde,
of London, England, occupation mining engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchnse the following
described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
nbout ten chains west of the right
hank of the Lower Nechaco river and
about 80 ehnins west and 80 eliuins
ninth of the J pust mi the western
es'wcst',.! l)ollmlai'y o' 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.
purohaae    the
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKK notice thnt John S. Perky, of Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., real estate agent, iniends to apply for permission to purclinsc
Hie lollowing described lunds: Commonoing
nt n post piunted at the uoutli east corner
of Lot IS8T, tiience north Ku chuins: tlicnce
enst Nn chains: thence south Nu chuins :
tlicnce west hd chains lo point of oommoncement, containing tiln acres ol land.
J.S.P.'s S W coiner.
JOHN S.  PERKY.
N°_v- It,  Itlln. p. 1:.  11.  llodeker,  ugent
FORT GEOlfOE i AND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that Murv  Bill Lnuleiiiiehlu-
grr, of Soatllo, Wash.,  IUS.A.,  married wo
"inn,   intends     to  applv "or   per
mission lo
following described lunds :
(jiintneiicini! iU a post plnnted 4 miles south
of the south east corner of l.ol I Tli?, thence
suulh In elinlns: thenee east 80 ehnins •
Ihenee north 40 ehnins: Ihenee west Nil
i-runs to point ol commencement, oontnln
lug 3_n neres of bind.
MARY   ELLA   LAN .'I.NSf III.VGI.R.
"•   1010,        p. 0.  Ii.  Bodeker, ngent
First insertiun abovo notices I) mbcr .1.
KORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Frank Ernest
Grnhnm Deny, of Vancouver, 11. C,
occupation mining engineer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post olanted
about 70 chains west and 80 chains
north of the J post on the western
boundary of D. ._. 841, on the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river ;
tbence west (JO chains; tlicnce nortli
00 chains; thenee east (10 chains,
more or less, to the tight bank of
the Lower Nechaco river; thence following the meanderings of tbe said
river down stream in n southerly
direction to the point of commencement, nnd containing 480 acres, more
oi' less.
PRANK EHNKST GRAHAM BERRY
November  15,  1910.
Firm Insortion above notices Dee. Bl.
CARIBOO I.AND DISTRICT.
Districl of Fort George.
TAKE notioe Hint Conrad Danielsen, of
Victoria, B.C., sea captain, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted III the middle of the nortii boiiud-
arv ol M. Ingram's application to purchase,
thence _u ehains south; thence 62 chaias
west to a point due south ol south enst
eoraer ol Lot 8.18; thenee north 70 chains
to right bank of Lower Nechaco Rlvort
thence moandoring along right bnnk of snid
river down stream to the north west eorner
of M. Ingram'„ application to purchnse :
thence soutli 50 chuins to south west corner ol said application to purciuise; thence
eust in chuins to point of commencement,
and contnining  111.", acres more or less.
CONRAD  DANIELSEN
Nov.  •_."..   l'.iln, Arne Danielsen,  agent
CARIBOO-......!)  DISTRICT;~
District  ol  Port  George.
TAKE notice lhat I, William ilardwirk
Harrison, of Vancouver, ll, (',. prospector,
Intend to npply to the Commissioner ol
Lnnds for a licence to prospect for coal nnd
petroleum on 040 acres ol lund bounded ns
follow.-,: Commenolng nt a post planted at
tho soutli cast corner of Lot _NNT and
marked W.H.H.'s N E corner, theuce south
8n chuins; thenee west 50 ehnins ; thenco
nortii mi chains; thenee enst 80 chains to
the  poinl   ol  I'Ollillleiieenienl.
WILLIAM   HAKDWICK   HARRISON,
Located  Noi.  23rd,   Him.
('ARIH')'i' I.--.I-.DISTRICT.
District of   Kort  George.
TAKE notiee that I, Samuel Rae Mae-
Clinton, nf Vancouver, B.C.. civil engineer,
intend to upply to the Commissioner ol
Lunds for n licence to prospect for coul and
petroleum aii lilu ucres of Innd bounded ns
lollows: Commencing at a post plnnted nt
the S E corner of Lot 2808 nud mnrkod S.
It. M's N E corner, thence soulh Su ehulns;
llience west Nn eliains; thence north Nn
chuins; tiience cast Nu ehalns lo point ol
oommeiieomont. SAMUEL RAE MncCl.lNTON
Located  Nov. -3rd,   Itlln.
W.   il.   Harrison,   ugent
CARIBOO  LAND  DISTRICT.
Di 4t rh-t   of  Fort George.
TAKE nntiee thnt I, Samuel Rue Mao-
Clinton, uf Vnncouvor, B.C., civil < glnei r,
Intend  tu apply   tu  the  Commissioner    ot
Lnnds lor a licet  to prospect  for eonl And
petroleuin nn 040 acres ol laud bounded us
followi.: Commencing at a post planted ; b-
out In chains north ol the south enst "oilier of Lot .NtiN, and marked S. R. M's
N H cornor, thomea south vi chains; thence
enst Nu ehulns; Ihenee nortli 80 chains :
thence west Nn chuins to the point of commencement,     SAMUEL  RAE  MueCl.l.N I'DN.
Locnted   Nov.  23.   I'.Hn.
W.  II. Harrison, tigent.
CARIBOO  LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Fort   George.
TAKE notice Hint I, John Frank Hledsoe ol
Vancouver, B. ('., milling engineer, Intend
to npply to the Commissioner of I.i nds for
a licence to | respect lor coal ind pitro-
Ifiiiu on (Iiu ncres of land Bounilod us follows: ConiinenciiP' nt n .") .I .r.tcil nt '.he
S W comer Lot 2s'.i7 und marked J.F.B.'s
N W oornor, Ihenee south Nn elmins: tiience
enst nii eliuins; thenee north Nn chuins :
thenee west Nn ehnins to Hie point of commencement. JOHN ,.■"»•"• '" i.'iisoe
VI.  II.  Harrison, agent
Located  Nov. 23,  lllln.
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.     '
District   of  Porl   George.
TAKK notice Hint I, John  Frank  Bledsoe,
ol Vnncouver,  B.C., mining engineer, Intend
10 npply to the Commissioner ol Lands for
11 licence to prospect lor . mil , id |etro-
leiuii on Din neres of land hounded ns follows: Commoni'lng ut n post plnnted nt the
S '.V corner Lot 2807 nml marked ,! P.R.'s
N I'I corner: ihcnce soutli Nu elinlns; tleiice
ivei.l 80 ehnins: theuce north Hit elinlns ;
thenee emit Nil elvP's to the point ofonm-
incncciiieut, JOHN   PRANK   liLKDSOE.
W. II. Harrison, ngont.
Locnted  Nov. 23,   ltlll).
I Irst insert Inn nbuve mil Ices December 24,
PKACK JtJ.VER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnrihoo.
TAKE notice Hint Thomas McHugh, of
Vanoouver, B.C.. lonnistei. intends to apply
Ior perniission to purolMle the following descriiicd lauds: Ci lencing at n post planted 4 miles cast and 2i miles south ol Mile
posi un on North West .Mouuted Police trail
Iietween For'. Sl. John and Fori Grahuni,
B.C.. tiience 8U chains norlh; llience Nil
chums west: thenco nbout 00 chains south
in Halfwav river; ihenco meandering snid
river down Btream in un easterly direction
lo u point nbout 20 chains wcsl of initial
post; tlicnce 2u chains east to poinl of
oommonoomont, containing nib1 acres more
or less, l'ost marked T. M. S. E.
corner.              THOMAS  McHUCH.
September 20,   11)10,
PEACE  RIVER  LANII  DIVISION.
District  uf Cariboo.
TAKF. notice tlmt Flossie Cromie of Vuncouver. B.C.. spinster, iniends to apply for
permission lo purclmse tho following described lands: Comnieneing at a post planted about 00 chains north and 2
miles west from a point on Halfway river, about 20 chains south
of 00-Mile [iost, established on the
Northwest Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John nud Fort Grahuni, B.
C, thenee 80 chains wost; thence NO chains
south; thence 80 chaius easl: thence su
chains north lo point of commenoomont, eontaining iil" acres more or less. Post marked P.C. N.E. corner.
FLOSSIE  CROMIE,
September 16,  1910.
PKACK  RIVKR   LAND  DIVISION.
liistrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notico thai John McCallum ol Van-
comer, B.C., real esiaie agent, Intends to
apply for permission lo purchnse the fotlou
ing describod lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 3 miles north from Junction
of Cypress Creek nnd llaliway river and
norlh of T2-Mile post on tho North West
Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John
und Fort Gralinm, B.C., llience 80 enains
north; thence 80 chains west; tlicnce Nu
eliains south; thence Nn chains enst to point
ol commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.    Posi  marked  J.M. S E corner.
JOHN   McCALLI ">I.
September, 23, I'.Hn. •
l'EACK  RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKP. notice that Angus Cramb, ol Vancouver, B.C., student, iu,...ds to apply for
permission to purchnse the lollowing described lands: Commencing ut a post planted IJ miles north from a point on Hull-
way river, about 20 chains south ol tin-mile
post on North West Mounted Polico trail,
between Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham,
B.C., thence Hu chuins north; thence n,p
chains west: thence Mi chains south; theme
NU chains eust to point ol commencement,
contnining lilu ucres more or less. l'osl
marked A.C. S E corner.
ANGI'S  CRAMB.
September  Hi,   I'.Hu,
l'EACK  RIVER   LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice Hint Samuel Holt, of Vancouver, B.C., teamster, intends to npply for
permission to purchase the lollowing described lunds: Commencing ut u post planted on south bank of Halfway River about ."i miles north westerly from junction
of Cypress Creek and Halfway river, tlicnce
Hn enains west; thence Nil eliains north ;
thence nbout 40 clinins ensl lo the Hallway
river: thence meandering said river, down
stream, in a south easterly direction to
point ol commencement, containing 480 ucres more or less. Post marked S.H. S E
corner. SAMUEL HOLT,
September 23,  I'.Hu.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Murdoch Matheson. of
Vancouver. B.C,. teamster, intends to apply
Ior perniission to purchase the following described lunds: Commencing al a post planted near the junction of Cypress Creek and
Hallway rlvcr and about b" chuins south ol
72-Mile post established on the Northwest
Mounted Police tr.il between Fort St. John
and .Fort Graham, thence -tu chains ..until;
theuce Nil chuins enst; thence about 80
chuins north to Halfway river; thence meandering said rive- up stream iu a westerly
direction to point of oommonoement, contnining INu acres more or less. Post marked M.M. N W corner.
MURDOCH   MATHESON.
Sept.  22.   191II.	
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
Dlsiriet of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Willlum Oeorge
Fraser, of Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intende to apply (or permission to purcliase the following descrihed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on north bunk of llaliway river.
near confluence of Cypress Cl'tek
nnd llalfwii.i Itiver, and nbout On
chuins       south ol      T2     Mile     post
on the North West Mounted Police trail,
betwoen Fort Si. John and Port Oralmin,
B.C., tltenco Nu chuins north: tiience Nn
chuins cast; thence nliout 00 ehnins south
to Hnlfwny river, thence mennderlng .-aid
river up stream In a westerly direction to
point of oommonoement, oontninlng 500 acres more or less. I'ost marked W.G.P. S
W. corner.
WILLIAM CEORGE- I'RASER.
Si ptcmlier Ti,  l'.iln.
I'EACE  RIVER   LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notion that Lizzie Shangcr of Km
mcttsluirg, town, mnrriod womnn, iniends
tc. upply lor permission to pureiiase the foliuwing descriiicd lands: Commencing nt n
post plnnled .. miles enst and J-Mllo north
from n point on Halfway river,
about 20 chains south of 00-Mile
post, on Nortli West Mounted Police trnil, between Port St. Jolm and Port
Graham, B.C.. theuce Nil clmins nortii ;
llience Nu clmins enst; thence 80 chuins
south; thence Nil elinlns west to point of
I'OminC-Comont, containing 040 nixes more
or less,     l'ost Mnrked L..'   S W corner.
I.I5.XIP. SHANGER.
September 21,   ItHO.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
Take notiee Hint Donald Cramb of Vancouver, B.C., student, Intends to apply for
perniission to purclmse the following ' dear
crlbcd lunds: Commencing ut u post plnnted 1} miles north and 2 miles w.si. from
n point on Halfwav rlvcr, about 20 chain
south of mile post in; on Nortli West Mounted Police trail, between Port St. John nnd
port Graham, B.C.. post, mnrked D.C. SW
corner, thenoo Nu ehulns north: thenee H,
ehulns enst: thenci.. 8tl chains soutli; thence
Nil ehalns west to point of commencement,
cont.alnlng 040 acres mere or limn.
DONALD CRAMB.
September Hi, l()li>.
PEACE  RIVER  LANI
"ivisi,
........       District ol Ci
TAKE notice that Con-..,,
of Brighton,  England   ZZ
man,   mtends   to  a,„',i "^ -
sion to purchase the    nil   , "er«
cribed lands:   Common.-., ' lu*»- ,
ed 3 miles ,f..,st ,„„(  , ,   »       ;| (
POiut   on   Hallwav   river     i" "un"\.
south  of -u-Alile i„,_,        I'""!   .ii   '
if police „,,!!' '...*..„"z^'Zl,
Fort llrubam.   B.C.   ,   „,.'"'*. J S
thence   80   chains   s   ,.. fl^L,
chains east;  thence si lNe
to point of commence-- - f"" »'»«'
im?   iun   »---..   ,",e"l<-nient
tu%
- -•     -v-jiMi.'.ir.
■ng   640   acres   more
marked Co W. N.E. corner      '
Septembe!g''/!^;K'"-''l':iity.l1,J
PEACE  ltlv"ER7,\s|, „,.?-—
,,,...„        District of   '.   ,"Ws"'V
„ PAKE    notice    ti,..,    ,'"'""'•
Vancouver,  B.C., ..,.,,.i,„ "'"''.'' MoDo»,t
Ply for permission i.™""; !,"""<l' -','B
ing described lnnds:   Comm   '    "" foll.l
Planted 2 miles north °   """"'. '" »i I
junction   of   Cvpress  Creek       "'" »"»""-
W  near   T4-MU,.   ,„m    "
Mounted  Police trail   |„,'
and   Port   Graham,  'n n
west:    thenee    !„ ehnins
chains  eust;   thonoe   I" ,'
■'". ""line  enst:   thence  _(
point  of commencement.  ,
cor
or less
ZZ' n|
'ilium, ,|lj. 'I
-■   "...      rosi   in,,.i   , h   y ,
September 22,  1910. ^'WKIJ.
I'EAOB iirv^ UN|1     ~ 7-
..._•_.       District of Carlb '
I ARE   notice   that   ||.,,;.
Vanoouver,  B.C.. spinster   ' ■'. I'1"'"". .
for Permission  i„ pun-hns.   ,'..', M '" •'«(,
orlbed lands:    Comtnenohi- _   "lllm.*..
nl   on   the   norih   bank     f j" ;' koiti i',,,.
and about  It miles east   of il? «Sy  «M
>hi'  Police trail between For,' s,   , t'"« I
Fort  Gruhamc,  B.C.,  post  ,, ,   , * »-
W.  corner;    thence   80   ci,„'„ H'al»
tlicnce 80 chains south; t "    ^
40 chains west   to   th   Ha,wa^
er; thence meandering .aid r..      I
•stream   in   a   north westerly   J
tion to point of commenc ,I**1
talnlng 820 acres more or les,.     ^ c<*
. September  I.i.  I.iQAVEK0AI' ™n«!B,
I'KACE  RIVKR  LANI, |,|Vis,(l.
District of Cariboo "
IAKK  notiee  that  Arthur Hilh.,m »    I
ol  Vancouver,  B.C., accounti ''■■' I
apply for pormisslon to i,w-i.     '"Zs ''I
ng desoribed lands:   CommeS ,? "'ffl
planted on the south bank ,i   .,,''.' w|
about one mile In ft w,.slir      ''"*JJ "" I
junction  of Cypress Creek _L ,S i0" M|
ver, tlnmcc -tn ehnins sou i,'   (,. .   „'1  ,"']
west; thence about Nu ,.,'. ,.,i'/„    . "''"•■I-
w«V river,  tbence    „,.,,;■;„ZJ Z
down  stream  In    an easterly rfiiw..
point of commencement, rOTl,,.';',/,'.   „
res   more  or  less.     p0„ „,!   ; »< «° »«j
I',   curner.      ARTHUR WILLIAM BRUCE. I
September 2:(.  Itljii. c"
I'KACE  RIVe77a.|i "DIVISION. 1.
,,„.        District of ('annuo.
tosh of Victoria. B.C., clerk, Intends to"I
pl) lor permission to |.•;-,. ... is,. („nJ, -
Ing described lnnds: Coramencln. ., 1
I'luntcil A miles west _„d „,,. Kmi| ",™
from where the 2nth base lint ZZ7m
river u„d one mile west and two mil.si.oiH
from a post marked Frank llegg'i non),
wist coiner, plnnted on th, tlraml I'nliii
and I once Coupe wagon road and about.'
miles north  w.st    (rom north weat end ol
;-.c!,'.'.0-„Sl"Lk';' '"'"■ ""'"c" s" '■''»""«--
mi.iic _n chuins- wesi; thence SO rhslas
north; thonoe 8n nhajn, ,.,,„ ,„ poiB1 „,
oommenoement, containing i.-tu ..ore! mon
or less. Post marked J.A.M. N E cor.tr.
JAMES ALEXANDER MelN'TOSH.
October 7.   11) 11).
I'KACE  RIVER  LA.ND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
IAKE notice that Kntc Hay ol bondoi,
I'.ngland. spinster, Intends to apply forp(.
mission lo purchase the following iliscriW
lands: Commencing at n post plant- I
nines east from a point on Hallway rim,
about 20 ehnins south of 00-Mile post «
Norlh West Mounted Police trail lirUW
fort St. John aad Port (irabnra, B.C.,
t hen. e 80"ohnlns east; thence BO chains south
thenee Mil elmins west; thence Sll cluiii
nortii to point of eommencement, eont.lt.
Ing 040 ncres more or less. Posi marked
Iv.ll. N W corner. KATE HAV. .
.September 20,   Itlln,
I'KACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION'.
District of Cariboo.
IAKE notice tlmt Charles Shnnger, _
Champaign, Illinois, U. S. A., railroad engineer, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the fulluwiof
descrihed lands: (.ommoncing at»
post planled .", miles east and J-mile nortl
Irom u point on Ilalfwny River, about 'S>
elinlns smith uf (lu Mile post estnbllilK- »»
lolloo trail between Fort St. John __
Fort Grnham. B.C., post mnrked CS. V'B'
corner,    thence .sn ehnins w-st;    thenee »'
c inins south;  ihci  Hit elinlns enst: thenoe
NO chains north to point ol coninieiMniml,
oontalnlng r, In aores more or less.
_ , CHARLES SHANGER.
•September 21.  l!l|f).
PEACE  ItlVER  I.AND  DIVISION
...... District of Cariboo.
IAKE notice that  Percy Willlum I
Vancouver, B.C.,  mnnnger,  intends i"
lor permission to purchase the follow I
cribed binds:     Commencing at a posed   I   mile   nortli   and   I   mile   west
point on,lhe Halfway Kiver al.   00-Mil
estnblished on   Police trail  botlvoon I  i
i'!",.",.""_. ii"'0''1   ,i|ubniii,   B.C.,  p0,t  ,:
i    '" ... ' !'"n",r- "","1''' -Sl1 onatns
thence Nil    elinlns     west;      thence SO
soul!,;     Ihenee    sn olmlns  east  to p.
commencement, containing 040 neres
"'. IT' ,      ioPB,0V   WILLIAM  EVA
September It),   Itlln,
.ins nl
applf
ig .Irs-
plant-
nm a ,
i cn«t
: St.
inrkrd
nortli:
■liains
IP nl
more
VS.
I'KACE  UIVER  LAND  DIVISION
District of Curiboo.
I......notice  tlmt David  Burton  of '
couver,   B.C.,  clerk.   Intends  to  appl)
permission   to  purohaso  the  following
cribed lnnds:   Comnieneing at a  post  |'
Jd on south bank of Ilalfwny. river,   nl
A  miles  westerly   from  Junellon of   Cyl
Creek  and   Halfway   river,   thenoo 4U cl;
south      thence  Nl)  chains  west;     thenci
chuins nortli;   thenee nbout 0(1 chains ens
Halfway river: tbenen meandering said '
down strenm in un easterly direction U
point  of commencement,  eoniuining  48U
res  more or  less.     I'ost  mnrked  D.B.
corner. DAVID  DDK.'"
.September 2...   I'.ilo.
st)
t to
M?
Curiboo Lund Dislrict. District ot Curiboo
'I'AKE notice thut Annie Helen Cnmpboll.
of Vaneouver. B.C., mnrriod womnn, Intends
lo upply for pcrinlssion to pureiiase the
following described blip's: Commenolng at
u posi planted nt the N IV corner, Lot 911,
thence nortli HO elinlns; thenee west 40
chains: tltenee south 80 chuins; tiience eust
following the north bunk of the Noohnoo
River to Mint ol commencement, nnd contnining -_0 neres more or less.
.   ' ANNIE   HELEN   CAMPBELL.
Sept. Rth.  1910 VI.  A.  Johnson, ngent
Pll'sl Insertion above mil ices Nov, IDtli.
I'KACE  UIVER LANI)  DIVISION.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE notice Hint Adam  Russell of   V
couver, B.c,, superintendent, intends to
ply for permission  to  pureiiase thc foil
Dig described lands:   Commencing nt a i
planted  I  mile north nud 2 miles west It
n   point' on   llnlfwnv   river  nt  011-Mile  I
on   Nortii  West  Mounted    Police  trail,
tween  Kort St.   John'nnd fort Grnhnm.
('.,  thence Nil ehnins north:  thenco NU cli
west:    llience    Nil    ehnins south; thonce
chains eust to point of commencement. '
taining tiln ucres more or less. Post tum
A. R. IS. IS. corner.
ADAM RUSflBLiI
September 11),  11)10,
First Insortion abovo notices Nov. 19.
l.cil HE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT. PEACE   III V Kit   LAND   DISTRICT,
■ "■'."■'.■'District of Cariboo. District ul' Caribo.o.
it-rn      notiee      Hint      Jack     Sweel      TAKE   notice   that   Alvin   Grant     ol
0_    '  -Mt""'""''"'       B.    C.i       occupation   Vancouver,   li.  C,  occupation  Engraver,
-.._■(______?      intonda      to      apply      tor intenda to apply for permission to burin  to purchase    the  following cliase    the    following  tJesorioed  lands;
' lands: Commencing at a post Commenoing at a post planted ubuut 2_
.built eight miles wost and one mj|es   west  und  one   mile   anutn  ol   ttio
jh  of  the southeast  corner  of soutneast corner ot  the  Dominion Gov-
niun Government Reserve, and ernment Reserve, in the vicinity ot cut
miles  north   of   the   Upper j',,___!_ River, a tributary  oi  Pine River,
■ River, and marked "J. S„ anu   marked    "A    G.,    N.   i_.   corner,'
thence   east   SO   chains, tnence souili Su chains,  thejiee  west so
eliuins,   tiience  north   su   onains,   tnence
eust  80  chains  to  Hie  puint    01    commencement   oontalnlng   Ulu   acres   more
or  less.
ALVIN   GRANT,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.   lOtb,   1810.
JS-W.
'«,
■Sfe.
thence, f
cttalwiP
Sept .11
■'ffl&\
lupc   i.'ii'ii'.  nun   in.........  "J.  S.i
jutn' Sl) eliains, llience wost Su
fence north SO chaius to the
fijuiniiieucemeiit, eoniuining 641)
f_ or less. JACK SWEET,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
1810,
TrPVER LA.N'D   DISTRICT.
jfoistrlct of Cai'ibuu.
___iS|)"'l.o(i'''.' that Eva  Elliott nt'  Vull-
OOtlTer,, £.   C   ncciiiiali..ii   rtleiii'Ki'iiplier.
■HUH) upply  ior jierinissiun to pur-
•i.tne   following    described     lands:
VrrmreW1'1'1       at    .1    jii.nl    lililllled    abuul
'    ™"'-'-        hull  miles   south   and  nine
■est   in   Hie  southeast  corner  of
^Hiiikui Government Reserve, ami
^Jx  miles  in a westerly  direction
orth cud of Swap  Lake, and
i_.,   1..   W.   curner,"   tnence
j eliuins,  tbence south  SU  chains,
Rrest  su ohalns,  tlieneu north SU
to   the   poinl   of   commencement
ling  lilu ucres more ur less.
EVA   ELLIOTT,
Jonathan Qraham, Agent.
1810.
E  RIVER  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo,
nutiee   that     Vanco   Cline   ul
er,  B.C., occupation   Machinist,
to apply for permission to pur-
he   lollowing    described   lanus:
eing   at   a   post   planled   about
niles west and eight miles suulh
soutneast coiner of lhe Dominion
nl Reserve, in  thc vicinity ol
tun;   River, a  tributary ot    pine
und marked "V. C, N.E, curner,'
soutn 80 eliains,  thenco west SU
tiience  north  80  chains,  tiience
0   elmins   to   the   point   of   oum-
Iniciit,  containing  640   acres   more
PEACE   RIVER   LA.MD   DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
'i'AKE notice that Michael Mulrony,
uf Vancouver, B. C„ occupation Wireless operator, intends lu apply fur permission to purcnaso tno toilowing described lanus; Commencing at a post
plantod auout eignieen nines west anu
tour miles souln uf tiie suuthcast coiner
of the Dominion Government Reserve,
in tin. vicinity of Cut Bank River, a
tributary oi Pine River, and marked
''.u.ai., N.VV. comer, tnence cast tu
enains, iiiencc south SO eliains, thenoe
west st) chains, llience nurth So enains
lu tiie point ui commencement, cuntaining ti-lu  acres mure ur less.
MICHAEL   MCLRON1,
Juualliau Graliam, Agenl.
.Sept.  _th,  1810.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alexander Smltn,
of Vancouver, B. G„ oooupatlon Engineer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following describeu
lands: Conimencing at a post planted
about eighteen miles west and four
miles south of the southeast curner ui
the Dominion Government Reserve and
marked "A.S., N.E, corner," thence west
SO eliains, tiience south 80 chains, thence
eust 80 chains ,thence north 80 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER  SMITH,
Jonathan Graliam, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1810.
PEACE   RIVER   LAiN'D   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that David  McCulg,  ol
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation  Engineer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase   the   following     described   lands:
Commenolng   al   a   post   planted   about
eighteen   miles     west  and   four   miles
south   of   the  southeast   corner   of
Dominion   Government
marked   "D.M.,     S.W.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT. PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Johanna Sutherland      TAKE   notice   that   Herbert   Edward
of  Vancouver, B.C., occupation  Married Read,  of   Vancouver,  B.  C„  occupation
Woman, intends to npply for permission Steward, Intends to apply for permission
tu   purchase    the   following    described lo  purchaso    the    following    described
lands:    Coniniencing  at a post planled lands:   Conimencing  al  a  post  planted
about nine and a half miles south and about twenty miles west and six mlles
nine miles west of the southeast corner south  of  the  southeast corner of    the
of  the   Dominion   Government  Reserve, Dominion    Government    Reserve,    and
and  about  six  mibs  in a  westerly  dl- marked   "i-I.i-H.,   S.W.   corner,"   tnence
the  nortii    end  of   Swan east Sl) chains, thence nortii 80 chains,
rection  from
Lake, and marked "J. S., S.W. curner,'
llience north 8o chains, thence east so
chains, thence south SO eliains, thencu
west 80 chains to the puint of commencement, cuntaining 640 acres moro
or less.      JOHANNA SUTHERLAND.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  12th, 1810.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKI-) nnliee that Charles Ludliope of
Vaneouver, B.C., oecupatiun Printer,  intends  tu  apply  for  permission   to  pur-
tne chase   tiie   following    described    Linxls:
Reserve     and  Commonclng   al   a   post   planted   about
corner,"   thence  twenty miles west und two miles south
nortli  SO  chains,  thenee east  80  chains,  of tin
llience south SO chains, thence west su  Government
chains to  the poinl of commencement;
containing 610 acres mure or less.
DAVID   McCAlG.
Jutiatlian Graham, Agenl
Sept. -Hi, 1810.
Is.
Hth, 1810.
VANCE  CLINE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
UIVER   LAND   DISTRICT
Dislrict of Caribou. PEACE  RIVE
notice  that   Herbert  Robinson Distm
nil. City, occupation Merchant,      TAKE   nuiice
api ij  ior iiermission to pur-   Vancouver,   is.
loiiowlns   described    lands:
,.:   a   post    planted   about
- west und two miles soutli
east ...rner of Hie Dominion uuoui  ci
.,   Keserve, in the  vicinity of souti
itiver, a  tributary   of   pine
marked "11. R., N.E. corner,"
SO eliuins,  thenee west 80
nice  norlh  su  chains,   thence
aim   to   the  puint   of   cum-
, containing oiu  acres  more
PEACE  lilVi.lt  LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict 01 Caribuo.
TAKE notice tnal Agues Douglas oi
Vuni'uuvoi.ii.c,uccupatiun .Nurse, intends
tu apply lur permission tu pureiiase thc
following iiescniicd lands; Commencing
at a post plained about eignieen miles
west and cigiii miles soutn of tne suum-
east curncr ol the Duininiun Government iteserve, in the vicinity uf cm
Bank itiver, a tributary uf Pine River,
and marked "A. u., S. w. curner," tnence
north So enains, tnence easl so chains,
tnence soutu SO enaius, tnence west su
enains to the point ui commencement,
containing   li.u  acres  more  or less.
AGNl-S   DOUGLAS.
Jonatiian Granani, Agenl.
Sept. Oth, 1810.
I'EACE   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    lullowing   descriiicd    lands:
Conimencing  al   a   pust   planted     abuut
eignieen   miles   west   and   luur   nines
suutli   of   the  southeast  corner  uf     the
Dominiun   Government     Iteserve     and
marked   "D.B.M.,   S.K.   corner,"     thencu
west SO chains, thencu nurth SU chums,
llience easl  SO  enaius,   tiience south   Su
ehains   to  the  point  of  commencement,
containing lilu acres more or less.
DAVID  B.   MARTIN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  6th,  1010.
list corner of the Dominion
Reserve, in the vicinity of
Cut Bank River, a trlbutury of Pine
River, and marked "C. L„ S.W. corner,"
tinner nortli SO eliuins, thence east SO
eliuins, tbence south SO chains, tiience
west 80 chains to tlle point of commencement, containing 010 acres more
or less.
CHARLES LUDHOFE.
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1810.
HERBERT ROBINSON.
William Radley, Agent.
16lb,  1810.
:   RIVER   LAND  DISTHICT.
Iiislriet of Cariboo.
notice that Alfred Grahuni of
er,   B.C., oecupatiun Broker, in-
apply for permission to pur-
le lollowing described lands;
:ing ui a post planled about
tiles wesi nnd two miles south
ulneast corner of the Dominion
i in Reserve, in the vicinity of
i, River, a tributary of pine
nl mnrked "A. C, N.E. corner,"
uilti SO ehalns, thenee west SO
• ii nee north 80 ehulns, tiience
chains to the poinl of com-
ui,   containing  040   acres   more
ALFRED GRAHAM.
William   Radley,   Agent,
Ulh,  1810,
RIVER
LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
totlce tnai Benjamin Sharpe of
r, U.C, occupation Accountant,
i apply for perniission lo pur-
tollowlng described lnnds:
ing ul a pust planted abuut
lies west and twu miles suutli
ttheast curner of the Duminlun
nt Iteserve, in the vicinity of
. River, a tributary of Pine
d marked "IS. S„ S.E. corner,
i.i 80 eliains, thence west 80
ii in i   south   80  ehulns,  tiience
bains to the puini uf cuiu-
it,  containing  640   acres  more
BENJAMIN   SHARPE.
William   Radley,   Agent.
0 ,  1910,
•   lti\ l_H   LAND   DISTRICT.
1 'u-ii let of Cariboo,
notice   that   Arthur   George
01 Vancouver, B. C, uccupu-
I., intends tu apply for per-
" purchase Hie lollowing des-
nds: Conimencing at a post
bout   ten  miles  west and  two
-"iiu;  of tiie southeast curner of
minion Government Reserve, and
'uui'   miles   north   oL  tlic   Upper
Coupe Rlvcr, and marked "A.G.M.,
Jorner,"   tbence   west   80   chains,
south  so chuins,  tlicnce east  SO
Ins,   Ihenee   north   80   chuins   tu   thc
in ni commencoment, containing 040
inure or less.
.R'iTlUR  GKORGE   MITCHELL,
Joiuitlian Giuliani, Agent.
13th,  1810.
ii  LA.sD   DISTRICT,
t oi  CaliUoo.
that Ediui Albutt of
U.i uccupaiion Marrleo
Woman, intends tu apply lur pormisslon
lu pureiiase the lunuwing descriueu
lanus: Commencing at u pust planted
it miles wesi anu two miles
the siiuuicast corjaer ol tue
Dominion Government Iteserve, anu
eboui lour miles norm ul. tlic Upper
1'uiice Cuupe River, and marked "i_. a.
.vr.. corner,'' tnence west so chains,
thence suuui Su enains, tnence east Su
chains, tnence nortn su eliains lu tne
puini uf commencement, and cuntaining
u40 acres inure ur less.
EDiTH A LLC iT,
Jonatiian Granum, Agent.
Sept.  13th,  1810.
i'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District ul  Lauliuu.
TAKE notice that Waiter. Christie of
Vancuuver, li. C, uccupuiiou Gentleman,
intends lu appl lur permission to purchase the luliuwing ucscnued lanus;
Comnieneing ui a post plumed auuut 34
miles wcsl anu two nines soutn ui tne
soutlieast eui iu:i ui me Liuniiniun tSuv-
ernment Reserve, iu tne vicinity ui cut
Bank River, a ii inula,, ul Pine River,
and marked "W. C ... W. corner,
ihcnce suulii su chain's, thence cast su
chains, tnence nuiiii _u cnuins, tnence
west su enains tu tlle point ui commencement containing oiu acres mure
ur less.
WALTER   CHRISTIE,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept   ltith,   18)0.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice llial'Cyril Ames of Vancuuver, B.C., uccupaiion Clerk, intends
tu apply lur permission to purchase tne
luliuwing desoribed lands: Commencing
at a pust planted abuut fourteen miles
west and une mile suuth ul the suuin-
cast curner of tne Dominion Government
Reserve, anu auuut four miles nuitu ul
ine Lpper Pouee Cuupe itiver, unu
inar..eu "C. A,, s.w. corner," tnence
cast so chains, thence nortii SO ciiams,
ini-iice west SO enains, tnence soutu so
cnuins to me point of commencement,
containing U-10 acres mute ur iess.
Cl'RIL AMES.
Jonathan Granani, .vgc.it.
Sept. 14th, l.lu.
l'EACK   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District uf Caribuo.
TAKE nutiee that Richard Henry
McMillan of Vancuuver, B. C, occupation Printer, intends to apply for permission tu purchase tlio luliuwing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted abuut three miles south and une
mile west of tiie suullieasl curner of the
Duininion Government Reserve, and
about seven miles nortii of Swan Lake,
and marked "it. H. M., iN.W. cornel',''
thenee east SO chains, llience suuth SO
chuins, tiience west 80 chains, tlienc.
nortn SO chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
RICHARD HENRY  McMlLLAN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   loth,  1810.
tbence west 80 chains, thence south  su
eliains  to  the point of commencement,
containing 040 acres  inure or less.
HERBERT   EDWARD  READ.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th, 1810,
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that frank Harris of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Reporter,
in'.enus tu apply for permission to purcliase the lullowing descrioed lands:
Commencing at a post planted auout 34
mlles west and one mile soutli of tlio
suulheast curncr ut the Dominion Government Reserve, in tne vicinity of Cut
Bank River, a tributary ol Pine River,
and marked "If, H., S. W. oorner,"
thenee north su cnuins, tiience east. 50
ohaine, tnence suuth su enaius, tnence
west SO chains tu the poin.i uf commencement cuntaining 640 acres mure
or less.
FRANK  HARRIS,.'
Williaiu   Radici,  Agont.
Sept.   10th,   1810.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Harry Grimmer of
Vancouver, is. C, uccupatiun Gentleman,
intends tu apply lur penuissiuu iu purcliase tlio lulluwiiig deacijncu lauds:
Cuiiiiiieiicing at a pust piitnicu auuut
17 1-3 miles west and 13 miles soutn uf
ttie suutneast corner ot tne Liuiiiiniun
Government Reserve, In tue vicinity of
cut Bank River, a tributary ui Pine
River, and marked "H. G., ... E. curner,"
tlicnce suutn su chains, thence west SU
enains, tiience nurtli .0 chains, tnence
east 80 chains to the point of cum-
mencement cuntaining 040 actus more
ur less.
HARRY   GRIMMER,
William  Radley,  ..sent.
Sept. 17th, 1810.
PEACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKI-:  notice  that Andrew  Thorburn   intends to apply for permission to pur
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE   notice   that   William  Mair  ol
Vancouver,   E.G.,   oecupatiun   Mechanic
PEACE   KIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ot Caiiljuo.
TAKE notice tiiat Peter Jackson ol
\ an'couver, E.G., uccupuliun Marine Engineer, intends tu apply Ior permission
to purchase tne following descrioed
lanus: commencing ut a pust planted
auout twenty miles west and four miles
souin of lue soutlieast curlier uf tne
Dominion Government Reserve, and
marked "P. J., S.W, corner," tnence
cast 80 chailis, llience north SO chums,
llience .west su chains, tnence soutn so
enains to me puint uf commencement,
containing  tilu  acres  mure or  less.
i'ET'r.K   JACKSON.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5 th, 1810.
oi Vancuuver, B. C, uccupatiun Seaman,
intends tu apply ior permission to purcliase tiie luliuwing desei,_cd lands:
Commencing at a pust planted abuut
eleven and a half miles south and seven
nuies west of the soutiieast corner ot
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
about four miles in a westerly direction
from Swan Lake, and marked "1-. T., N.
W. corner," thence east 80 enaius,
thence south so enains, thence west Su
chains, thence nortii SO chains to the
point of commencement; containing 040
acres more or less.
ANDREW'   THORBURN.
Jonathan Granani, Agent.
Sept.  13th,  1810.
bell
Cle:
•.I
ICE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
liistrict of Caribuu.
-12  nutiee   thut Harry   Hart   Wells
* uncinivcr,  B.C.,   occupalion   Gentle-
il, Intends to upply for perniission tu
chase  the following described  lends;
mnenolng   at  a   pust  planted  nbuut
"'   miles  west nnd   i'uur 'miles  suuth
the southeast corner of tlic Dominion
'ernment   Reserve,      nml   abuut   six
es north of Swan Lake, nnd marked
R   \V„  S.  W.  corner,"   thence east
''bains,    thence    nortii    80    chains,
"on west SO eliains,    tiience south 80
Ins   tn   the  point  of  conimenccment
naming 040 acres more or less.
HARRY   HART   WELLS.
Jonathan Giuliani, Agent.
I.  10th,  mio.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
J District of Cariboo.
IfAICE  notice  lhat    Hess|e    Coleman
"Nloti of  Vancouver, B.  C,  ueeupa-
"»  Married  Woman,  Intends  to apply
perniission      tu      purchase      the
'"lowing      described      lands:      Co'm-
mng       at       a       post
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE nuiice that olive LeHoy Perry
of Vancouver, B.C., oecupatiun Clerk,
iniends lu npply for permission tu purchase the lullowing described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted ubuut
one mile suutli and one mile west ol Hie
southeast coiner of the Duininion Government Reserve, and abuut nine' miles
norlh of the nurth end of Swnn Lake,
and marked "O. L. P., S.W. corner,"
thenoe north SO ohains, thence east SO
clmins, tiience soutli 80 chains, thence
west so eliains iu the puint uf commencement, containing 640 ucres more
nr less.
OLIVE LoROY  PERRY.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   16th,  1810.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE nutiee thai Solomon ilirscli-
berg uf Vancuuver, IS. C, uccuputiuii
Optician, iniends to apply for perniission
to purehu.se lhe fulluwing described
lanus; Commencing tit a post planled
nbout ten and a half miles soutli and
six miles west of the southeast oorner
'of the Dominion Government Reserve,
iu llle vicinily of Swan Lake, and
marked "S. 11., S.E. corner,'' thence west
SO chains, tlicnce nortli 80 chains, thenee
cast SO chailis, tiience south 80 chains
tu the puint ui cuniiiieiiccinent, containing   640  acres morc or  less.
SOLOMON  H1RSCHBERG.
Jonatiian Graliam, Agent.
Sept.   13th,  1810.
PEACE   RIVKR  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Curibuu.
take nutiee thai Edith Henrietta
Gardner of Vanoouver, B. C, oooupatlon
spinsier, Intends to apply tor permlBBlon to purohase the lullowing described binds: Commencing at a pust planted abuul twenty miles wcsl
and two miles suulh of the
southeast corner of the Dominiun
Government iteserve, In Hie vicinity of
Cut Bunk River, a tributary of Pine
River, und marked "E. II. G„ N. \V.
curner," thonoe suuth SO chains, llience
eust SO chuins, thence north 80 eliuins,
thence wost 80 eliains tn Hie puint of
commencement containing 640 acres
inure or less.
EDITH HENRIETTA   GARDNKR,
William  Radley,  Agent.
Sepl,   16th,   1810,
l'EACK  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District ui Caribuo.
TAKE nuiice that William Gundy of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Gentleman,
intends iu apply lur permission tu purchase tne lollowing dcscnucd lands;
Cuniuiencing at a pust planted auuul
three miles west and twu miles suuth of
tne soutlieast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, and about eight
miles north ut Swan Lake, and maraed
"VI G., N. W. corner," thence soutn SU
chuins. tiience east so chains, tnence
nurth su chuins, ihcnce west _u enains
lu tne point of oommenoement containing 010 acres inure or less.
WILLIAM  GUNDY,
Jonathan Graham, .igeiu.
Sept. lutn, laio.
i'EACE RIVER LAND DiSiTUCi.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nuuee that ..Murray Johnstone,
uf Vancouver, B.C., occupation Mariner,
intends tu upply for perniission tu purchase the luliuwing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted auout
twenty miles west and four miles suulii
of thc soutlieast corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, und marked ".il.J.,
N.K. curner," tlicnce suutli so Chains,
thence Wcsl SU enains, thence nurth 80
cnuins, theuce cast SO chains lo tne
puint uf commencement, containing o-iu
acres mure ur less.
.MURRAY   JOHNSTONE.
Jonathan Graham, agent,
Sept.   -Hi,  1810.
PEACE
i'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Ala James Willis
of Vancuuver, B.C., uccupatiun Clerk, intends tu apply for permission tu purchase the luliuwing described lands:
Comnieneing at a post piunted auout
three miles south and one mile west ol
the  southeast  curner  of  the  Dominion the vicinity of Cut Bam. River, a tribu
tary oi Pine Rivor, and marked "A K.
chase the lollowing described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted auout
eight and a half miles south and ten
miles west of the southeast corner ul
tlic Dominion Government Reserve, and
auout seven miles in a northwesterly
uircetion irom Swan Lake, and marked
'' W. M., S.E. corner," thence north 80
eliains, thence west 80 chains, tnence
south So enains, thence east 80 chains
to the point of oommenoement, containing  640  acres  more  or  less.
WILLIAM  MAIR.
Jonathan Graham, Agenl.
Sept. 13th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Amy Kilmer of
Vancouver, IS. C, occupation Married
Woman, intends to appiy tor permission tu purcliase the loiluwing described lands: Conimencing at a pust
planted about 31 miles west and une
niile suufti of the suutneast curner of
the  .Duininion   Guvernmeiit  Reserve,   in
Government Reserve, and about seven
miles nurtli ul Swan Lake, and marked
"A. J. W„ N.E, coiner," tiience west SO
chains, thence suutli SO chains, thence
east SO enains, thence nurtli so enains
to the point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or less.
ALA  JAMES   W 1LL1S.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 15th, 1910.
N. W. corner," tnence suuth so onains,
llience east SO chains, tnence north SO
chains, tnence west SO enains to the
point of oommenoement containing 640
acres   more  or  less.
AMY   KILMER,
William Ridley, Agent.
Sept.  17th,  1810.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that David Lazier ot
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Physician,
intends lo apply for permission to purcliase the fulluwing descrioed lanus:
Coniniencing' at a post planted about
nine und a half niiies south and nine
miles west of the southeast corner ul
the Duininion Government Reserve, anu
abuul six miles in a westerly direction
from ttie north end of Swan LaKe, and
marked "D. L., S.E. corner," tnence wesi
SO chains, tiience nurth SO chains, thence
cast SO chains, thence suutli so enains
to the point of oommenoement, contain- mencement
ing 640 acres more or less,
DAVID LA__IER.
Jonatiian Graliam, Agent
Sept. 12th, 1810.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Caribuu.
TAKE notice that Emineisun Grant
uf Vancuuver, it. C., uccupaiion Mucinu-
ist, intends tu apply iur permission to
pureiiase lue fulluwing described lauds:
Commencing at a pusi planted auuut -3
miles west and one nine soutn oi tne
southeast curner ul tne Duininiun Government Reserve, ill the vicinity oi Cut
Luna River, a tributary ol Pine raver,
anu marked "E. G., N, W. corner,"
tnence suult. Su chains, thence cast so
claims, tlicnce nortn su cuams, tnence
west so cuains to the point uf com-
containing oiu acres mure
ur less.
EM.MERSON   GRANT,
William i.adley, Agent.
Sept.   10th,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Pram. Grimmer of
Vancuuver, B. C, occupation Gentleman,
Intends tu apply lur pormisslon to pur-
and about six miles in a westerly direction irom Swan Lake, and marked
"J. P., 4..E. corner," tnence we_t su
chains, thence south 80 ohains, tlicnce ehains
east SO eliains, tnence north su chains
to the point of commencement, cuntaining 040 acres more or less.
JULIA PARK,
Jonailian Graham, Agent.
Sept.  13th,  1810.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Holt ot
Vancuuver, B.C., uccupatiun Clerk, intends to apply for perniission to purchase the following described lands;
Coniniencing   at   a   post  planted   auout land's
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIO   notice   that  Alvln  Christie  of
planted Vaneouver, B. C„ oooupatlon. Gentleman,
"t eight und it half miles suutli and  Intends t
'■    miles    west    of    the    southeast
'"or of tlio Dominion Government
iserve, and about six miles in a norlh-
sterly  dlrecllon   from   the   north  end
Swan  Lake,  and  marked  "B.  C,  J.,
I-', corner," tiience west 80 chains,
"i'i! north 80 chains, thenoe oust 80
'"is,   llience  -outh   80  chains  lo  the
"" of oommenoement oontalnlng oto ohalnB, thenoe nurth so chain;
iure or less. west   80   chains   lo  the  point  i
BESSIE COLEMAN   JOHNSTON,
Jonathan Grahuni, Agenl.
apply for permlBBlon to pur
etnise the fulluwing described lands:
Commenolng at a pust planted ubuut 18
miles west and 10 miles suutli uf the
nuutheust curncr uf the Dominion Government Reserve, In Hie vlcjnlty of Cut
Bank River, a tributary uf Pine River,
and marked "A. C„ iW W. curner,"
thenee  solllil  80  chains,  thonce eust  80
llience
com
mencement  containing   640   acres  more
 , . ....  or less.
'"'■  131b, mio. ALVIN   CHRISTIE,
iii i, "" .1—".  William  li .tllcv, Agenl.
•' insertion of notices on this page Jan. 7 Sept.  17th, 1910.
RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Spargoe, of
Vancouver, B.C., occupaiioii Hairdresser,
inieiuls tu apply lur permission to pureiiase ihe lullowing desoribed hinds:
Commencing at a post iilanted abuut
twenty miles west und six nines suuin
oi the suutneast curner uf tile Dominiun Government Reserve, and marked
"C. S., N.K. curner," tbencc west So
cbains, llience suuth 80 cnuins, tlicnce
cast   80  enains,  tbence  nurtli   80  chains
lo tlic pumi of commencement, cuntaining 040 acres  more or less,
CHARLES Sl'ARGOE.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent.
Sept.  ill),  Jl) 10.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE nutiee that Juhn M. Gillandcrs,
ul Vancuuver, 11. C., occupation Engineer, Intends tu apply for permission tu
purcliase the foliuwing described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted abuut
twenty miles west and six miles suuih
of the suullieasl curner uf the Duminlun
Government Reserve und marked "J.M.
G„ N.W. corner," tbencc cast 80 chains,
llience south 80 cbains, llience wcsl SO
chains, thence nortii SO chains to lhe
puint of oommenoement, eoniuining o-io
acres more or less.
JOHN  M.  G1LLANDERS,
Jonatiiun Graham, jVgciit.
Sept. Oth, 1810,	
PEACE ItlVIOR   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notico that Prank Sptiulding of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Seaman, intends to apply for perniission to purchase thc following described lands:
Comnieneing   al  a   post   planted   about
twenty miles west and four miles south ernment Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
of tho soutbeust cornet' of the Domln- Hank Rlvcr, a tributary of the Pine
iun Government Reserve, and marked River, und marked "11. C, .W E. curner,"
"l'\ S., S.E. curncr," thenee west SO tlicnce suutli 80 eliuins, tiience wost 80
chains, thenco nurth SU chains, thenco chains,
cast  80 eliains,  thence south  SO chains   east  i
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Julia Park, ot
Vuncouver, B.C., occupation Married
Woman, intends to appiy for permission to purchase the following described chase the loiluwing dcscnucd lauds;
lands; Comnieneing at a post planted Commenolng at a post planted auout
about eleven and a nail miles soutli and li l-_ nines west and 13 nines suutli ul
nine miles west of the southeast corner the soutneast curner uf lue uuiuiinun
of   the  Dominion ^Government  Reserve, Government Reserve, in tinj vicinity of
Cut  Bunk River, a tributary    ui  Pine
River, and marked "I. G„ N.W. corner,
thence south SO chains, tlicnce eust SO
thence nurth so onains, thence
west so chains Lu the point ul commencement containing Olu acres inure
ur less.
FRANK  GHiMMER,
William  Radley,  Agent,
Sept.   17th,   1810.
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District ul Caribuu.
TAKE  notice    that  Bert  Hendry  of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation cuici Engineer, iniends tu apply tor permission
purchase   the    following;    ucscnued
Commencing  at a post planted
8 1-3 miles suutli and nine miles west
of the southeast corner cf the Dominion Guvernmeiit Reserve, and abuut six
miles in a westerly direction from tno (">u{ i ank River a ini.u
north end of Swan Lake, and marked Rlvel. _lld mar!w'd ..R H
W, li., N.E. corner," thence west su
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
eust 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
WILLIAM  HOLT.
Jonathan G.uhani, Agent.
Sept. 13th, 1910.
abuul 23 miles wesi and une mile suuth
ul the southeast oorner ol the Dominiun
Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
. ut Pine
E. oorner,"
thence nurth SO eliains, tiience west SO
chains, thenco suuth 80 chains, thencu
eust so chains iu the puint nf oommoncement cuntaining 040 acres mure
or less.
BERT  HENDRY,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept,  16th,  1810,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Herbert Christie of
Vancouver, B. C, oecupatiun Gentleman,
intends tu apply for pertnlssiun to pur-
the   following   descriiicd     lands:
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo,
TAKE   nutiee   that   Jane     Kilmer   of
Vancuuver,   IS.   C,   uccupaiion   Spinster,
iniends to apply for permission to purchase   the   foliuwing    described     lands:
Commenoing at a post planted about 23  Coniniencing at a pust planled abuut 22
miles west and  twu miles suutli  Of  the
southeast corner of the Duininiun Guv
to the point of eommencement) containing 040 ucres more or loss,
PRANK   SPAULD1NG.
Jonuihun Graham, Agent.
Sopt.  5th,  1810.
miles west and one mile suuth of the
soutlieast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
Dank River, a tributary of Pine River,
mid marked "J. K, S. W. corner,"
tbencc north 80 chains, thence east SO
thence nortli SO chains, thenco eliains, thonco south 80 chuins, thenco
chains to the point of com- west 80 chains to the point of commencement contnining 010 ucres moro
or less. ,
JANE   KILMER,
William Rsidloy, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1810.
oontalnlng  Olu  acrt
mencement
ur less.
HERBERT   CHRISTII
William Radley, Agt
Sept. 16th, 1010. •
mure
it. TAKK nuiice  tl
ter.ull   of   Vain	
Spinster,   intends
siun   tn   purchsi
cribed  lands:      (
planled abuul  thn
miles  soulh  of  tl
t Florence .May Pat- TAKE notice
r. B. '', occupation Goode oi Vane
n applj for permls- clerk, Intehd.
the following des- to purchase th
immenclng at a post iands: Comn e;
miles nest iiini four about  twelve  n
mm-.   ;.uui    iin- southeast  comer „i  south   oi   th
the Dominion Government Reserve, and  Dominion  il
abuut.   six   miles   north   of   Swan   Lake,  vicinity  ut'  t
and   marked   "P.   M.   P.,   S.   E.   corner,"   ner   Pouee,   (
thenee north  80  chains,  tin nee  west  80
chains,   thence  south   80  chains,   thenci
east  so enains  in the puint    ui    commencement   containing   640   acres   more
ur less.
FLORENCE MAY  PATTERSON,
Juiialhan   Graham,   Agenl.
Sept.   loth,   1810,
'"li.   L.   G.,   N.  __.'  i
80 cbains, thence west
north  .mi  chains,   thenee  ,ast
lu   tlle   puint   nl'   eiinmielleelilell
llle   tiiu acres  more  nr  less,
GEORGE  LLEWELLYN
Jonathan  Grain
Sept.   13tll,   1810.
li ui   , .mi,,,u. District ill earn
tiiat    George  Llewellyn       TAKE notice  that  Jose]
uver,   B.  i'., occupation uf  Vancouver,  Cc.  occup.
ii  applj   tm-  permission nun. intends tu apply tor l
following    described purchase the following de;
ncing   ;.i  a   qosi   planted Commencing   at   a   pusi   j
liles   west   .md  one   mile eignt miles west and one
southeast   cornel   oi   tm- southeast corner oi   tne  D
-ri,ii.en,   Reserve,   in   tne ernment  Reserve, and  about  fiv
Nurth   Fork  oi   ti...  Up- north oi  the  Upper Pouee Coupe
ipe   River,   anu     marked and  marked  ".i. ,-.. S.E, coi
K.   enrner,"   thence   suulh west Su chains,  tin nee nurl
thence thence east  so chains,  tnence soutii  s
chains chains  tu  the point  oi  commencement
ontaln- containing ii4u acres mure ur less.
JOSKPu  SUTHERLA.MD,
IODE Jonathan Graham, Agent
Agent. SePt  13th,  1910,
ih  Sutherland       TAKE notice thai Ethel Georgina Dye      T,E„ „„:','   '»  ''air '
atlon Genu.-  oi   Vancouver,  B.C., occupation  Marneu vencuuve     r ',■   IU Kll|in., T
permission to   Woman, intends to apply for permlBBlon   w'oniun  Inter!.....    00°W--tion
.cribed  lunds:   to   pureiiase   llie     fulluwing     descnucd  ,„    ,      j   "Ul      to apply .,■„/
danted   aboui   lanus;   Conimenolug  ai  a  post  pluntcu , °ffi™ '"*    Hie    Inline,,,,,, "
mile smith ut   aoout   elgnteen   miles   west   anu   c.gnt *       ■  ' "mencing  a,   , '     '>
mm,nun Gov-   miles south oi   the southeast corner ui    \'""ln  , v"" ""'I " Hall tnllL ,
ni  five miles   the   Dominion   Government   Reserve,   m ,,..  ,',,     ,      weBt oi  the bouii. "'''"■■.'
'■■- ie vicinity of Cut  Hank River, a trlbu-   ~ i   A. Jo'"ini"n  Government    ,' ^
ry of Pine River, and mat bed "E. U. ! ' ', "nlt "lx ""'es in „ ■ ^
, N.W. corner," tnence south su ohains v'\y um,Mvan, Bake, and m-H1' dim
.nee east .u chains, tiience north su Z, Z' uol"ur- ti,,.,,ee eaS „k_" "_t
inins.   tnence   west   SO   chains   In   ilia  ulc'm'L'  »"Uth   Su  cnuins    ,,,      "' ChllS
mil
live
them
main
chains,   tnence   west   SO   chains   to   the J..''!''1'' soutn  *
nolnl  of enmniiuiueineni. .niiiiilninir miu  u'iiiu_.,   llience   tiurtl
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District ui Cariboo,
'i'AKK    nuiice  that    Raj   Thomas of
Vancouver,   Ji.   C,   occupatjon   Married
Woman, intends to apply for permission
to   purchase   the   toilowing     described
lands:     Commencing at a pust planted
about three miles  west  und  four miles
smith   ol   tiie  southeast  corner  of   the
Dominion    Government    Reserve,    and
about   six  nubs   north  ot  Swan   Lake,
and  marked    "I.     T„    N.    K.    corner,'
llnnee   suulii    .0   Chains,   thenee   u.-sl    4,.
chains,  thence  nortii   80  cbains,  thence
east   SO   chains   to   the   point   oi   commencement   containing   640   acres   more  ,
ur   less. j
RAY    I'lli'MAS,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent
Sept.  16th,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER   i.AND  DISTRICT,
Dislriel ut Cariboo.
TAKE    notice    that    Aitjiur    Frank
James nt  Vanacouver, B,  C, uccupatiun   ■
Clerk,  intends  to  apply   for  permission
in   purchase   the    toilowing    descrioed   ■
lands;    Commencing  at  a post  planted
aoout   three  miles  west  and  four  miles   '
soutli   .;   the  soutlieast  corner  ot   the
Dominion     Government    Rgserve,    and
o it   Blx  milt -  north  of  Swan   Lake,
and marked 'A i-'. J, N. w. corner,"
thence soutii 80 enains, thence i ast 80
chains, thence north so eliuins, thence
wesi 80 chains tu the puint ul cum-
mencement, containing lilu'acres mure
or iess.
ARTHUR  FRANK   JAMES,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
Sept.   16th,  lillu.
PEACE   Rl\ i R
District
TAKE  nutiee  th
Vancouvt
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
liistrict ui Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Minnie Simpson ol
Vancouver,   B,   <'.,   occupation   Spinster,   intends iu a]
inti mis i . apply  for permission  to pur-   chase   the   i
..!-•    *       following     described   lands:
'uinnieii. .ng  at  a  pust     planted    about
elvi i,ues west and one mile soutii
,. the southeast corner oi the Dominion
lovernmenl Reserve, in tho vicinity of
lie Norl i Kurk of the Upper Pouee
loupe River, and marke 1 'M. S., -V W.
orner,' thenci east SO i nam-, thence
outh   80 enains.  thence  west   4.. ebaius.
. 1.1   DISTRICT,
louglas Bndaooti
. 1 upatlon Clem
rmission to pur-
descrioed lauds;
t   planted  aboui
e   nine   suuth   ul
11   tue   Duiinniuii
abuiu   fi.
puint of commencement, cuntaining 640 ,   f,     ' .thence  north 80 ,■!,.      We- -1
icres more ur less. '""1U  0|   oommenoement enn   . to '__.
ETHEL GEORGINA DYE.      a0.reS more or less, '"--Lining ,„"■
ln,,,,ll,„„    I!,.-!,„.„      4   ELAIIR.    .,,
Jonathan Qrii"t.;rlA«. I
IHO. '"'Uuuii, ..  '■
^^^^^^ Junatlian Graham, Agent
Sepl.  5tll,  1910. _•     .    , ,
Sept,  13th, 1
PEACE   UIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriot ui Cai'ibuu.
PEACE  RIVER  i,AX|)
Dislrict 01 c~-,.DISTRll
la
111
hams  to
ontainint
191
-MINNIE   SIMPS
Jonathan Graham, .\
PEACE  RIVI
Dlstri
I AKE   nnliee   !
ft   LAND  011
1 of Cariboo.
fellow
pation
lallUSI     Cull..1,1
abuut ten in
suum of the
Dominion    Uui
the following described
:ing ai a pust planteu
.- wes: and une mile
outheast   curner   of   the
nniei.i    Reserve,    aim
Conimencing ai a
ten miles west urn
the  suutneast   corn
Uji eminent Re.-.n . ^^^^^^^^^^^
liii.es nurtli oi the lpper 1 uuee Coupi
River, ami marked "D. !■.., S.E, corner,
tiience west _u chains, tnence inn in •■
chains, tnence easl SO enains, thenci
soutn 80 ctiains to ihe point of com
mencement, containing 640 acres mort
'i    ie.-s. DOUGL..S   ENDACOTT.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent,
Sept.  13th, lain.
PEACE  RIVER   LA.VD  DISTRICT.
District ui Curibuu.
TAKE nuiice that James Augustus
troberg 01 Vancouver, H.C, occupation
'hi.,, nil, mis to apply for permission
u purchase the tonowing descrloeu
anus: Commencing ai a ,'u_i planteu
imui eighteen nun.- svest ..mi eigni
dies south of tin so thi . . coi ner ui
he Dominion Government Reserve, in
Vicinity of Cut Dana River, a niou-
TAKE nnliee tlmt Robert Spenec of .,..,.,, ' 'iaii ict ui Carlbnn RlcT
Vancouver, LLC., occupation Gentleman, VanSr BC £*. **_, Par,
intends to apply for permission tu pur- ,, ' , , ' ur" occupation \, lk
chase   the   lollowing     described   lands; '"tends to apply  _or «wti«
Commencing  at  a   post   planled  about f,""6   "'?   toilowing   desci-i-2 l0»
twentj miles west anu tour mlles soutn e" 'onclng tn a pust    .,..' "."   'art-
ni  the .siuitueasi em ,,er ol  tne Duininiun  ""!''  !""'   "  ha.Il   miles  .„,',,  ' ' !    ■
... N.W.
hence s
■iiun.s.
Sept.   6til
lit    I
iornei
e   i.uiuiuiun —      ■
larked   "R, ,""k'.   w.s, of Ut,
11.    theuee cast _u chains, ","■' I'uminiun Government  it  ' :V:
SU  en.11,is,   thence   west  .0 i'""ut. seven  "Hb's  in   .,   w„''."''. II
■  nortii   80  chains  tu  the "°n "'">'< the north end of i "! "''■■
1010.
nains   tu   tli
■emeiit, containing on
ROBERT SPENCK.
Jonathan Graliam, Agent
PEACE   RIVER   LA.N'D   DISTRICT,
District ui Cariboo.
TAKE   nnliee   that   Kli-nnciii   Douglas
of Vancouver, i.e., occupation Spinster,
11,lends to apply lur pei'iiiissp.m  tu puf-
11 .su tne luilnn mg descrioed ,.uids; cnin-
,leucine, .a  ,1  post  planted  .1 lout  four-
eon  . uli - west and one mile south of
i<   ... ,1 least   ■ ornei   oi   tne   1 lominlon
lo.i . iu.j m   Ki sei ve,  and   aoout    toui
"   01   tm   1 pper  Pouee Coupe
marked "J,  p 	
»esi 80 chains, thenco nortl?6.,'
thence east so chains ,,„. ' '
chains  tu  the  poini   ,,1 "
cuntaining 640 acres more '.',
•lA-vli >","■
Jonathan Ci
Sept.   l_th.  l;i|u """
^^^^^^^^^^^_ —- -    --  --• mver. and marked "E.  D,, S. E. cur
-bout  live   miles   north   of   Hie   Upper   B., N.E. corner,   thence soutii 80 chains, ti1Bnc,   Wg3t  su ,.,,,,,,,..,  tnence norl
June.  . oupe River, and marked "W. G.,   tin nee  wes. su en.mis,  iiiencc north  Su  ,.!,;,,„.<,   tnence   east    iO   enains,   11
S.W.   corner,"   thence   nurth   so   chains,   chains,   thence   eas,   su   chains   to   the gouth   gp   ohalna   to   the   point   ol
ast  su chains, thence soutli su  Polllt of commencement, containing un , ,,.,.,„,,„,   containing   Olu   acres
thenc
.hams, thence west su chains to the
puint ui commencement, and containing
u4U acres mure ur less.
WILLIAM    GOODFELLOW.
Junatlian Graham, Agent.
Sept. 1.1)1, 1010.
mure ur  I .^^^^^^^^m
JAMES AUGUSTUS BROBERG.
Jonathan Granani, Agent
Sept.  5th,  1910.
p
ISTR1CT.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  i.)
District ui Cariboo. 	
TAKE  notice   that     William   Stanley     --"'
Mackenzie of Vancouver B.C., occupation   "!".'.'
Clerk,  intends  to apply  for permission
to   purchase    the   toilowing    described
lanus;     Commencing ata a post planted
auuut   three   nines   west  and   six   miles
south   of   tbe  southeast  curner  ui   thi
Dominion    Government     Reserve,     and
abuut iuur miles  north  of  .swan   Lake,
and   marked   ' W.   S.   M.,  S.   VV.   corner,
thence  nortii  su  enains,  thence  east  80
chains,   tnence  south   su   chains,   thence
west  su  chains  to  tlic  puint    of    commencement  containing   Oiu   acres   more
RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
 District oi Cariboo,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT. TAKE   notice     that     George     Betir;
District of Caribuu. Heath   ol   Vancouver,   B,   C,  occupatiol
TAKE nuiice that George Walter Chat- clerk,   intends   to  applj   for  permissloi
-'" "f Port Hammond, E.G., occupation to   purchase   the   toilowing     descrioei
 ■ ■      ■ Commencing  ..1   a t"'sl piante.
i_ni  miles  w, .-1  anp  two  nun 1
t    tne   south, ist   corner   ol    thi
1 ernment     Reset vi.    am
nici,
WILLIAM   STA.-LI.Y   MacKENZIE,
Junatlian   Graliam,   Agent.
Sept.  16th, 1910.
raiiuer, intends to apply lur permissp..
...  purchase    ine   following    descrioed
.anus.   Commencing   at   a   pusi   planted .-uum   ui
auuut tin miles ne.-t and une mile suum  Dominion
of the southeast en; ner ut ine Dominion  auuut   1
Government    Reserve,    and  about   tive i'ouce C
miles inn in  of  tiie  Upper Pouee Coupe ii.. ... W
River, anu marked "G.  W. C„ N.W. cor-  thenee  soutii   80  cln
ner,"   tnence  east     su     chains,     thence chains,   thence   nort
south su enains,  tiience west su chains,   puint of commence]
iiiencc  north   su  chains   lu  the puint  ui acres mure  or less.
commencement, ami containing lilu acres GEOitGE
more or iess. Jonat
GEORGE   WALTER   CHATWIN.      Sept.  13th, 1910,
Junatlian Graham, Agent
Sept.   13th,  191U.
1   nt    the
marked
l
PEACE   RIVKR   |.AX|,
Districl ui  I-,,,,
I'AKE   nntiee   that     All
Vancouver.  .:. c, occ	
intends to applj ,,,,■ ,„.,.
chase tho lollowing ,1 .
Commencing at
abuut eleven and a
suutli and leu nui,
. the southeast corner 0
nin    Government    Keservt
'     81 \ en     miles     111    q
from  Swan  Lake,  and
e   N,   E.   curner,'    thence   w
thenee suutn  80 ohalns,  1
(   chains,  thence nortn ,4,, ,.
puint 01  commencement ,
    acres more ur less.
PEACE   RIVER   LANH  DISTRICT. ALl-'REI
District uf Curibuu, Junulnuii G
'      TAKE notioe  that   William   Lawrence ____!f:  l;ul1' 1;"u-
1  Proctor 11,  Vancouver,  B. C._   iccupatlon i-,. i,n    utvi 1,  ,
' lerk,  intends  lo  apply  for  permission /.,_ r,'      ,"V"
'   iu  purchase   the    foliuwing    described ■, llv|    rioUoe th t   •
;  lands:      lommencln    at a  cost  piunted ,.,   Vancouver, B.C   oceu.!
aoout  three  nuns  south  and un,.  mile Woman, Intends to an     '
1  ."T.1 ,.'.".,ll";. "•"■'■"■"!"  °,"'J'"''    '"   '"'■ to  p.„c„„,c    the    fo.i.w
      Government    Reserve,    and lanus:     commencing at a
less. ^^^____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—
ELIZABETH    DOUGLAS
.Ion.ilium   Granani,   Ac
Sept. 14th, 1910.
I
UAHK
H
i'e
all
ins, tnence West 81
1 MJ chains to thi
lent,  cuntaining  ill'
HENRY  HEATH,
about seven miles north ol Swan Lak_,
ami marked "W. L. P., s. B. corner,'
thence west  80 chains,  thence north su
enains, Ihenee easl 80 enains, tiience
south so eliains to the point of commencement   containing   640   acres   mum
il     less   .
WILLIAM    LAWRE..CE   PROCTOR,
aoout  twelve miles west .
south  ui   me  southeasi .
Dominion     Government
thi   . lolnity ui  tiie ., nii
' ppi 1   Puucc Coupe 1	
"a. a., N.K. oorner,
cuaiu... tlicnce soul.
ast   SU   chains,   till !■■ ■   ..
1 'i poriin_.J
lag  ,11.-111.1
■ J-u_t plana
liltl  tffl) Hint
uraer ui u.
I.es lie,      ll
leu ul ur
PEACE  RIVER   LA.VD   DISTRICT.
District of Caribuu.
TAKE notice that Anna Yules of Vancouver, IS. C, uccupatiun Widow, intends to apply for penuissiuu lu purchase tiie luliuwing described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles west and six miles suuth of
DISTRICT.
_  — _,.> .....e--. __u-ii ui   miiea .,
the   suutneast   curlier   of   the   Duininiun    u,c   j ,,,1
Guveriiini'iii    !,'..«........    «-<*
PKACK  Ki|	
District ui i.',inb__.
TAKK notice thai Edwin Milliken ul
Vancouver, U.C, uccupaiion Commercial
Havener, Intends iu apply 101 permission tu purchase the following descrihed
lands: commencing at a post plant", ,
about twenty mites west and eignt
1  ni   the southeast curncr "'
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   D
i llstrict ui Carlbo
TAKE    nuiice    that    P
jtl
1'.' 1 u
luna'l'muV Gl-iium.   Agent,    ^.."l'',,)"'!'!1,.1" .UU
y
5TR
,, ,  .—.", -*  y'  Duniinion    Government    Reserve,    aim about  five  miles  nortii
Government   Re-serve,   and   about    four     n_ viclnuv Sf Gut Bank RiverTtrib- aoout   tiiree   ,,,i"''s   """"   oi-   lne   Uplje' '""'  marke(1  "H'   '''   ''"
miles nurtli  oi Swan Lake, and  marked 'tlry   of   Pine   River    andI   marked   "__   Pouce  (Ju"1"'   i<lve1'' and   m*rkeO  "i'-   '- thenoe  s""1"   ''■'   chnln"'
•A.   Y.,  N.  W.  curncr,"   thence suulh  su u   '5. \y-l . .„ . '. ■ {ZZ east s Jen iiie."  W"   N-   W'     oorne1'''      thenoe     LilKt     SU u"alns'   tllenoe   '"" l"   "°
chains,   tbence  cast   SO   chuins,   thence Senee south 80 chains   thence west 8u chains'   thenoe ■S""L"  yJ  c"',i"s'  tnetl0B 'vest  5U  c'lu;l"'"'  w  the  """-u    '"  co
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains „|lulll,   thence north  80  chains to  the west ',u uhalns'  C'enee nortn 8" chains mencement  containing   Olu   aores   m
to   the   puint   of   oommenoement   con- potat uJ eommencement, cuntaining Oiu l" the puint ol  commencemsnt contain- or less. 	
taining 0-lU acres more ur less. acres more ur less ,n_   ulu  acrea  more ur less' Hi A\ ARI-> l'KNM.L   PROCTOR
ANNA  YALES, ' EDWIN  MILLIKEN. PHOEBE LORETTA WILLETT. ......
Jonuthan  Graham.   As-ent
Cl'. PEACE   RIVER   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District ul   I'arinuu.
     .,,,lu   , uueue   i-orettn     'i'akk notice    that    Howard    Pennel
Willett ot Vancouver, B.C, occupation Prootor ol Vancouver, B. c', occupalion
Married Woman, iniends to applj tor Clerk, iniends to apply for permission
permission iu purcnase the following 1 1 purchase the toilowing descrioed
described lanus; commencing at lands: Commencing at u post planted
a pust planted auuut fourteen about five miles south and one mile
miles west .uui iwo miles ,yest ol the southeast enrner of the
^^^^ 1 ner  oi   the   Dominion    Government
■ci'vc.    and about  five  miles  north of  Swan Las
Unuei   and marked   "II.   P.   P.,  N.   \V.  oorner.
tnence   easl   SU
Ltlins,   luellee
liuilil      ^^^^^
04U   acres   more
sl
mg   utu acres  moi
SARAH   . . ■ ...
Jonathan liraa
Sept.    liilll,    lUlU.
Peace ui\i.r land   i
Dlslriel ol  ' aril
TAi.K  noiice   that   .-■ gl
u)   N aiuuii»ci, ii.' .. ■   ■ ., 1 -
ii.l-ii.i-. tu appiy foi  pei
ciia.-e   tue   following     desi  ■
,,nd   t uinuien.iiig   a.
ANNA   YALES
Junuthan   Graliam,   Agen^^^^^^^^
Sept.   ltith, 1910. .Sept. ulh,
Junuthan Graham.   _i
1:1 iu.
^^^^^^^^^^-   I'u.-t   11 ■
eignieen limes Wi: . aim Bl- in..1
ui in,- aoutneast corner 01 the u
Governmi nt hi sciu.-, in tht  ,ic,
(in  Bank  River, a  trl	
River, and marked "R  1. .., ...
ner,"   thenee     cusi     ,4i   t ..,
noi in  su cnuins,  thenee  w.. 1  4
tnence soutn su enains to tin  1
commencement,    eontalnlm    sn
mule ur less.     REGINALD I    I It
Jonathan G; ,
Sept. .in, iDiD,
i'l'.AC)'.   Rl\ I.R   LANH   1  ,.-il
District ui 1 ,u 11
TAKE notice that Albert H. b.n_eii
ui    . nueom-ei
__        PHOEBE LORETTA  WILLI
Jonathan Graham, Agent. _ Junuhnn  Gianani,   A^ent. Sept.  I5t|
n0A,:^.isU■,ai;^.^_^I^;~   ~ZZZZi:i,\u   LAND   BlSTRICT. ' ^   K|'  l.R   HAND   iUSTRlCT. ^''ZZZi    ZZ'   ™™™
TAKK  nutiee   thai     Isaac   L     Silver-        tw,.    '•"'slnrl  "f Caribou. District Of Cariboo. TvKI:   „„i, '     ,,'! ,    '',"""u'
berg uf Newark, n. j., occupation Man-  ,i,  (■ ^""''''Vl':'1 Juscpi.inc Milliken      TAKE notice tbat Letha Cline of Van- Proctor nt  Vancouver   B (P occuna.ini,
ufacturer, Intends to apply for permls-    \ o, ,a    ,,,',',' uc.U|,aUu" Jlan',e' lve.'   JJ'C"   occupation   Married   Wo- Spinster,  Intend!   luu'nui   ",,n 'i-vkt,   ,       ._      _
sum   tu  purcliase  the    following    des-   tn  ™-,'h.4    ?,s l0 ilppiy for Permission   man, Intends to apply for permission to slon      10     purcliase      V        ._Vw,ls"       \AKE notice that /.
-""■"lands;     Commencing   at   a   poll     LZ   ZZnZiZ''"""'''*     deSOrlbed   ?™h™° «» following desSd Iwds: described        I   s;       cu   men L i°     _1   "ZiZZ"''  "'  ' "^   ■
Planted abuut three miles  west and six      buu.'twm,      ,,,     "   '"   a   .0st   planteu   Comme™^S  at   ,1  pust    planted  ubuut «        post        planted        about'        iii.     ■ ,  s     ,,     ","l,">   lul  pBru"     "'" '
miles south of the southeast corner of   soi.tb  Z  ,y mllesuWest anU eiSht mlles   seventeen  und  a  naif  miles   west  aim miles   south    and   one   rnlla   w-_.   ...     '     u    lle   '"""""'«    neit  il  .
the    Dominion    Government      1Z -,• ■■   Dominion     1" ."theasto00r,,er  ul   the   nine mllea louth oi the southeast come, the  southeast  corne? ol   t,     1        , '""'"—'"-   at   a   pusi   1 1...
end   abuut   ,„,„■  miles   north   of   Swan     ,c       °.1M t '     :"l!HITt'.!"   l"'   '"   ',he  >"""""""  Government  Reserve, Covem nt    Keserve,   and   ab"_t     °v_ '  :'S ,™1'11"1 ,''''*'
Luke,  und  marked  "1.  L.  S„   N.   B.  eor-    o    i'n_    • , .      , , ,  K U Vt ' '.   trlbutury   In   the   vicinitj   of  Cut   Ham.  River,    a nubs   north   nl   Swan '      ",„ '    '     'Lt'    ■suuinc.sl comer ul  the Dom._
ncr,"   thence   suuth   su   chains,      hence     ornc   '  t' 1      ■'      ', ZZZ,   J' "N1"ri-V>-   '"'"'tary   of   Pine   River,   and   marked ed "D   L. 1'., s.   ,V    ',rue       t',ZZ     ',   Cu^_.nS"H^,el_*'. *l ",e VlC.°".t-___I
west SO chains, ihenee north  80 chains    east 80 cl U c",al"K'  thence    t   C"   SA'"   corner."   thence   west     su <0    enains,    thence    north    M ....       ', ''  u   tribuuuy  of   i" |
thence  east  su chains  tu  the  point of   thence west so ->«_-_- > M °"ai"s' "'  "" '""-' B0Uth  so 0Qalns-  tneno= ""''"'," w^{ *""h tins   t ence suiin's".   ...      ' n,'",  '"" " "A' iL U' N'U'
commencement    containing'  640    lores   commencement" ZZ^ZZ.-IT11 ul   Pasi_80 dli.""'s' tl"-'"<;'-' ""''th -U chains chains to  the puint  of commoneement   "o.'tl, ui,, ""f!   *.
^  uilainiiii,.   010  acres  int.i-i.  ....   i..__        '    _      cuains,  iiiencc wi
ng
lnuri; or less.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Isaac L. ,siKVi:Ri:i:i:ii,
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept.  10th, ItHO.
0    .hence" west !b S   b0Ul. 80 cl,ai"s' cha n.!  l !e 80Utli  8» ohalns7thenc thenco west   Ohalns, thence souS
es   c-n.,ci,cemei,i i°  l"e  "ui,lt  ul ^st  5U  dli""'s'  lhm™ north  Su  chains 'bains  to  the  point  of oommonceme
more 0.      !   '    00,uainin8    fi«  aces    o the.point of commencement, contain- containing 640 acres more or less
JOSEPHINE  MILLIKEN. '"*  "  "' "  '"Ure °i.i'...' v,, D0R0TH1-_"^0«   DOCTOR
PEACE  RIVER   LANH  DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE nutiee that .I0J111 Wesli
Schnleder of Vancouver, 11, C, occupt
tion Carpenter, intends tu appl., Ci
permission   to   purchase   the   following
JOSEPHINE MILLIKEN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept,  _th,  l'JIO. Se)
lillu
LETHA CLINE. Jonathan 1
Jonathan Graham, Agent. Sept,  16th, 1910,
__________________________________________ .    t1:6flM
inn su onains, tnence west su ci.ai" I
tnence nortn   su chuins  tu  tlic puini'
cumiueiicciueiit,    cuniainiug    oi.  .u-H
I '...\. rl RIVER LANE DISTRICT. n:   i:l V 1 i:   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Caribuu. District ul  Cariboo,
TAKEnotice that Herbert Dale of TAKE notice that Oeorge Chapman 0
Vancouver, B.C., oecupatiun Gentleman, Vancuuver, it. C, occupation Machinist
intends to applv lur permission tu pur- Intends to apply  for permission to pur
 ■   i...4„-»c    uie   loiluwing   chase   the   following     described   lands: cnase   the   following     described     hinds
described lands: Commencing at a pust Commencing at a post planted abuul Commencing at u post planted abou
planled ubuut three miles west ami six eight miles west and one mile south ol fourteen mibs west and one mile Boutl
miles suuth of the southeast corner of   the  southeast  corner  of   the   Dominion ol   ihe  suullieasl  curncr  of  the  Domir
14, and   Government    Reserve,    and about  five ion Government    Reserve,    at
'--■    miles nortli of the  Upper i'ouce Coupe  four   miles   north   oi   the   IJpi
River, and marked "11. D., S.W. curncr, Coupe River, and mailed "G. C., N. W
thence east Ho chains, tnence nurth su comer," thence easl 80 eh,mis, thenc
chains, thence west *o chains, tlicnce south 80 chains, thence svest 80 chain-
south su chains to the point of cum- thence north 80 chains to [he poinl 0
mencement, and containing tilu acres commencement containing olu acrei
more or less. HERBERT DALE,      more or less.
Jonathan Graham, Agent. GEORGE   CHAPMAN,
•Sept. 18th, liilu. Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept 14th, lulu.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT,
DiBtrlct of Cariboo PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
TAKK  notice   that   Ellon   1-oi.er.   „i
the Dominion Government R
about four miles north of Swan Lai
nnd marked "J, W. S., S. E. enrner,
tiience west Ml ehains, thenci' nnrth s
cnuins, tiience east su eliuins, thenc
south SO eliuins tu the puiui ol cum
mencement containing Olu acres mor
or  less.
JOHN   WESLEY   SCHNIEDER,
Jonathan   'Valium,   Agent
Sepl     10th,   1 111 U
abuul  ment
Puuc
ham,  Anehi, mure ur lesa. .^^^^^^^^^^^^
  ALHERT  II.   BENNETT
PEACE  RIVER   I.AND  D.iSTRICT.    " Sep,.   6th    I'iiu^""1'"1" 0rftl,am'AgS"
Disti'ict ui   Curibuu. '
TAKE nuiicu that George  B.  ProctoT       PEACE RIV1.1; land DISTRICT
or   Vancouver,   B.  C,  occupation  Clerk,       ,,,. ,        District 01 Caribuo.
u't'iiiis in applj  for permission tu pur- ,. JAKi;  notice   that  Joseph  Crai
cnase   tin;   inlinwitiK   dcs"rit,ed     lands ^ aiicuuvui,  B.C.,    occupation    Me
Commencing      ut      a      post       planted "lU''"'s to apply for permission >■■
aoout       live        miles        soulh       and '"■""•'   the   loiluwing     descrioed   I
"ue      mile      west      of      the      soutli- t-ommenclng   at   a   post   planHa.
'" M   comer  oi   the   Dominion   Govern- '''-'uom miles west and six nub •
'J
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTR
lusu let of Cariboo.
TAKI')   nolle
ver,   I'.
1 the suuiheuat corner uf the 1'
.._ .l ... _,_..-." t_, ," ", . !'.'".r Guvernmeiit  Reserve,  In  the ViCh
north oi hwan Lake, und m_. i.ed   1,. is. (;ul  ..„,,,.  Blver   a tributary ui
i    N. K. corner,   thenoo west so chains, J(1 nd „mi.Kc.d -,, c   N,K ,.„
llience  south   iu   eliuins,   tlicnce  eust   SU Un.llvu  wusl  8u enains,   thonce S-U-. -
chains,  thenoe  nortii   so  chains   tn  the enains,   ihcnce  east   SO  chains,  i"1""
point ut commencement oontalnlng 640 ,,ort||  su chains to tho point of ctflji.
neres   mere  ur  less. incncoment,   oontalnlng   0 10   aores i""" I
GEUHGE   B.   PROCTOR,       or less. Judl-.Pll CKAUd
Junuthan  Giunuiii,   Agent. Junatlian Graham, A.1'1
1010.      ^-___-___-___^^-^^i****Sept. 6th, 1010.
Vuneol	
Woman,   Int
siun   to  pun
but  Annie Chatwl '   Vancouver, B.C., occupatl
"""'iliatlon   Married   Intends to apply for pen
P
permli
st
und
R
to  applj   1
_______!    InlluWI
id lnnds: Commencing .
planted abuut twi lve mllej
one mile Bouth of tin- south
ol t he 1 lominlon 1 lovernmei
in thi vicinity of the Nurtli Forh of the
tipper Pouce Coupe River, and marked
"A (', S K. enrner," tiience west 80
eliuins, thenc nurtli 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence soutji mi ehulns
to the point .,i commencement containing 640 acres  mure or less.'
ANNIE CHATWIN,
Jonathan Graham,  Agent.
sin
id
litre
Lo P
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT,
I list) lot ul   Caribuo.
'AKE  nntiee  that   Albert  HicKsuii  uf
,-t id
me m
of  th
uui    pl
-.._.-„   the   tonowing
Commencing  at   a  p
eight.miles west and one mile south 01 described
tne  southeast   cornei
Government   Reserve
miles nurth of the dpper"Pouce Coupe 01   1
em ,'ZZ "'" l!" N-E- corner, ,
tiience west  to chains, thence suuth su 1
"•1 "is,   thence   cast   80   chains    thence
nortn   su   chains   tu   the   puint   uf   com- .-:,.,;,,-    in,.„,.,.   „„,.,,,    ■„     ,    ,
•nencement, cuntaining  ,,u actel %£, ms,'',, 'S.'SllS"
ELLEN ROGERS. to the polnl of commencement
PEACE  RIVER  Land DISTRICT.
-en-,.    uiHt'let of Cariboo.
IAKE notice thut PrederioR Suilivn
nil     I1VI
Juupe
T\K|.'   notice   1,1,1     1         , i.im'.   mmcc   tint   A bert   DicUsnn  nf -pm-,.    "'°"al ul  Car buo.
r.-r.- : .,    ZZZZZ   Zc    'KUMH* v"noouver,  B. c, oooupatlon Sirt In- ui   .•,,.'  "otkV"'u '"'^<"k au|llv.
 „st I,,-,',,: '";;. ;,t '", "■;,T''T" "i"',1"' '.-aDpJ.,f0. »orm'»-  t„ „„- "nte^s?nv.8„r,„,B'S''ooouPfttlonMarlD.
permission    ,    ,,me          ,      ■'", '  "" .'"""'   th.   following   desoribed   lands: ,ZZ",}" ui"*'> fur permission to i""'
h-si't lb'., I  In -p. ■'.,,,: '""„"■'    rollowln- GOmmonolng   at   a   post   planted   ubuul Z,Z        !'    Iullu»'l"g    desenbed   LU""
,          !  ;   ■'■ •       inui'iiciiig at a pust eight and ,1 half miles south and nine .,", ' "L'"L'"'«, at " post  planted .'M-:
south  of the southeasi  curncr of
Sept.    I.'ltl,,   1910
Jonathan Graham, Agent, ing did
opt, 18th, 1010. JAM1
FoS:i3rS' rft SSS%F£S      |pei..!iy ssi 5SW
^.^n^Venn.emawre| lb IfZZ'lZZ'ZZZZr^Z ZZ%, g ^^oZoZUlZV '*'*
s.   llience  chuins,   thonce  south   80  e ns    L.,Z, "','cu  noi'Ul  8U  oliains,  thenee —
B0  ennins   West  SO  ohains  In   Ih-  pn|n1     nV    flom. , l'1,'"' ,th0no8   BUI,Ul   «»   chuins   tu U"
lores   mure ol cummciicemeni, containing «),J
more uetes more or less.
AUOU
or  les
ITS
PEACE   RIVI
Insir
TAKE notice
Vancouver,   1:
'nun, intends ti
ptirol
'.hire
nl    tb
IR   LAND   DISTRII
i'i uf Cariboo
thai  Artbui
C cupalli .,„.
".pply for permis'sfdn'to
Sept.    "ill
pi: .01
I'llV
id of
Sept,  16th,  1:110
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTHICT.
liistrict of Caribqp,
TAKE   nnliee   thai       Hazel    HortOn      III
ncouver,    B.    ''.,    occupatlor
apher,  Intends  to
11 to purchase tho
...  --- I- ■ ,...-..iuu 10 en binds:   Commencii
. the following desoribed lands:  ,-d  about eight  and n  nun   nines aouth  "'.'"I
Commencing   al   a   post   planted  about   and seven miles west of tlio southwest plant
lies west  and  two  miles Bouth  cornei   of  the    Dominion    Government  '"!'' ""
southeast enrner nf the  Domln-   Reserve,  nnd  ubuut   four    miles    In  a  "' . '".'
Ion    Governmenl    Reserve,'  and    aboul   northwesterly direction front the north f'1"1 "I
eichl   miles   in.1 in   of   Swan   Luke,   nnd   end  nf Swan   Lai.
marked  "A.  S..  ...   IS.   'ner,"    '•'—     "'   ""
suuth   SO cbains.  tbence west 8
Jonathan Grai
910,
ns   west.   SU  eliuins   to   th
niuin-  mencement  contalnlni
KRiM'si).., . ALBERT   DICKSON,
1:111
cnl
Sept.  l.tn, ioioJOnathan amham' A*9nt'   Sept,  oth,  1010
FREDERICK SULLIVAN.
Jonatiiun Graluitii, Age"
RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
insii'i it of Cnriboo,
TAKE   nutiee   that    Marie   Cook
I'lOACIO  RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
;T   '       PEACE   ItlVIOR   HAND  DISTRICT.
nisiriet. of Cariboo.
I'AKK noil,',, thai Ada Ward of Viuv
occupation   Steno- TAKE   nuiice   thai    .Mail,.   Cook   of                    District of cariboo. District of Cariboo,
apply  for  permls- Vnncouver,   B,   G,  occupation    Married „TAKE notice that Wesley Huwey of ,, ''AKI'; notice thai Ada Ward of Van-
following descrii,- woman,   Intends   to  apply   for  permls- Va»oouver, B.C, oooupatlon Gentleman, ,,',v'''';  a  <■'• oooupatlon  Spinster, in-
ig a   a pust plant- •^l'.'1" ,">   purchase   the   following    des- lntonaa t" npply for permission io our-               , "I-''y  for permission 1 ,""
I i.uii   miles suutli  oi-li   lands:     Commeneing al  u  nust l;'aH0 tll(i    following    desoribed lands' .          ""'   •'•>HuwIiik   daSoribed  lands.
tm the southwest Planted nboul   tourtee s west and Commencing ut a post planted    about Commencing at a poat planted about one
II i'.n      linveiiiiiieni   "lu-   in   e   BOllth   ,,i'   in,.   _ i         .""" si-vonleeii   ami    1,    hill-   ,.1,     ..   .   mile   suulii   nnd   ,, ,11,.   ,„,._i   „i   III''
ui chain
i'Ii;
thence  east   no
Pmnt   of   cumin, ne,. ,,,
:i">""   '■  or  less.
.  ARTHUR SELWODD,
'onathan  Graham,  Agent,
,\.
W.  cornt
ir,"  tin
'lie,
tin
■nee   east
80   eh:
iiu:
C 111
albs,   the)
Id   nt'  cot
     Wl
illllelle
IBl
•mi
act
■es more
III    les-
III
        orth
tarked "H. 11.,
nth   su  eliuins
I'll
SO
halns   t<
Hi
ntalnlng  640   '" [hp po
Ing 11 in in
HAZEL  HORTON.
,.    , Jonathan Graham   \ei m
Sen 'Mi    I a 111 nn.nu,   .\j,i nt
'"'   '-Ui'   IJ1-' Sept.   Hth
I    I
III     Of     til 1     ■ "me
Dominion  Governmenl   lleservi
il   Iuur miles  nnrth  ui  the  I'n
er Pouce Coupe River, nnd marked "M
'.,    N   10.    enrner,"    thenoe    south    v
halns   tbence  west   80   chains,   theno
i, thence nin  80 chain
nurth  80  ch
lit    u
Ten   1
''"ii'tni'iii-eiiu ut   , altl
 'c   or   less
MARI1S COOK
Jonathan Graham, Agonl
ng  at   a   post   piuuiuu     abuut mii,    _•-■-•;■» ". " I'um iiiiiuieu u
seventeen   und   a   half   miles   west   and , """"'   "M,i   one   tulle   west   of 'lie
nine  miles suuth   uf  the siiutheast cur-  ''''Hl   '''"'"''i' Of  Ihe   Dnnilnluii H"'"
ner of  the  Dominion  Government  Re- ,',".,".""   J!"'1"'1'^' 1 ab   nine nu',"•
serve. In the vicinity of Cut Hank River v    -   '    Su'iln ''lll(l'' linii marked "A. "•'
a tributary of Pino River, nnd marketi i!       ('"1'""1'."   thenee  east   so chains.
"W.   11., N.W.  curner,"  thenoe east-U    .'"  M""1' M ohalns, thenee west 8
ohalns,   ihenee  snutl,   so   eliains,   ,\uiurt, ',','"1, Z ,.""'"'"   "'"'Ill   NO   ehulns   lo  til!
wes   80 ohalns, tbence north so ohalns      .1 !!   ,°„omnVmcl '"' ''"'" ns
0 tho Point of oommenoement, oontaln- "'"" '"' Ibm'      ,, .   „-.„„
Ing   (ell) acres  more or  less AHA   WARD'
WIOSLbiv'  IIDWIOV. ,s,.,,t    I r n,''"!',',',1!"1"   Un,,"LI"'   A8°n
Sept. 6th   l.lo',0'm""'" (im"'1 ^"""' ~1	
1st Insertion of notices on this page,Inii' ' IICE RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
|E notiee  thut  Samuel  Harris, of
Suver,   B.C.,  occupation  Agent,  In-
: to  apply  for  permission  to  pur-
' the  following    described    lands:
jleiicirnr   at   a   post   planted   about
lies west nnd  1  mile south of the
»ast corner of thc Dominion Gov-
Int   Reserve,   in   the   vicinity   of
[lank   River,   a   tributary   of  Pine
and   marked   "S.   11.,  N.   E.  cor-
fthenee   south   80   chains,   thence
#80 ehains, thence nortji 80 chains,
east  80  chains   tu  the point  of
■neement   containing    010    acres
■jbr less.
■ SAMUEL   HARRIS,
William Radley, Agent.
Imler   10,    lull).
PEACE
TAKK   n
Vancouver,
intends to
chase  the
post Commeneln
RIVKR
District
inticp   t
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Walter Van Blarl-
com   of     Vancouver,     lie.,   oecupatiun
Accountant,   intends  to  apply   f0r  per
mission  to  purchase  the  following  described   lands:   Commencing  at
planted   about   twelve   miles   West  and 17   1 ■>
one mile south of the southeast corner ,,,'  ,,'"
of  the  Dominion  Government Reserve    '  the H,nltlleas'
hi the vicinity of the North Fork of tne
-,p."e,.rriul;e_,e,Vupe'1{lver' an-  markeu Efiv
»„ -iVi   B'-,,S'W-  oorner,"  thence  north ""
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
soulh  80 eliains,  thenee west So eliuins
to. the   point   of   commencement   containing CIO acres more or less    '
WALTER  VAN'  HLARK'OM.
Jonathan Oraham, Agoht.
..opt.   J'-tli,   l'JIO.
west  and
 corner
iun lioveriiment Reserve
uf Cut Bank  River,
and marked "J; M
thence norlh SO eliains, the
chains, thence suuth _0 cli
east SO chuins to tho po
mencement, containing 010
or less.
JOHN   .\l
William   La
Sept.  Pint, Hiiu.
R.E   RLVRR   LAND   DISTRICT.
W      District of Cariboo.
IE notice Hint Viola Sarah Linton
(ncouver, V C, occupation Married
In, Intends to upply for permission
Lii'cliuse    the     following    described
ii   Commencing   at   a   post  planted
|'t one mile suuth and one mile west
southeast coiner of the Dominion
■rnment   Reserve,   and   about,   nine
|_ nortli of Swan Lake, and marked
IS.  L., S.E.  corner,"  thenee west NO
|ns,  theuce  north  80  ehulns,  thence
80 eliains,   tiience  soutli  80 chuins
■he point of commencement, contain-
[610  acres  mure  or  less.
VIOLA   SARAH   LINTON.
Jonathan   Graham,  Agent.
fcpt. intii, pjto.
1ACE   RIVKR   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
KK nntiee  Hint  llenrv  ('.  llamnnd
ancouver, B.C., occupation Mariner,
Jnds to apply for perniission to pur-
|tu- the following desciliied lands: t'oni-
inif at a post plnnted about twenty
its west and  six  miles soutli of the
Ihenst corner of the Dominion P.ov-
nenl Iteserve, and marked "11. C. 11.,
curner,"   thence  north   80  chains,
west  SO ehnins,  tiience soutli  SO
lins,   thenee   east   80   chains   to   the
pt  of eniumeneemeiil containing  040
more ur less.
HKNRV   C.   I1AMAND,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
fct. 5th,  1910.
I-ACI-   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
BU.1-; notice thut John Warner Comp-
" incouver,    B. C,    occupalion
[ter, intends to apply for permission
n   ase    the    lullowing   described
Commencing  at  a  post  planted
1 nee  miles  soutii  and  one  mile
.1 ihe southeast corner of the Do-
1 Clovernment  Reserve, and about
miles   north  of  Swan   Lake,  and
I "J. W. C, S.W. coiner,"  thence
. 0 cbains, thence east 80 chains,
suuth  80  eliains,  thence west  80
101 ns  lo   the  point  of commencement,
ntalnlng 010 acres more or less.
JOHN WARNER COMPTON.
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
|Sept.   lath,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict   ot   Cariboo.
TAKR notice Hint Ethel Rose Spence
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Married Woman, Intends to apply for permission 10 purcliase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about eleven and 11 half miles
suutli and ten miles west of tins southeast oorner of the Duininion Gov
ment Reserve, and about seven
lu n westerly direction from
Lake, and marked "E, it. S , S. I
ner," thenee west 80 chains,
north 80 chains, thence east 80
thence south SO chains lu
commencement containing
more ur Ic.s.
eru-
miles
Swan
. cor-
thence
chains,
lite point of
010     acres
PK.U'l
.TAKK
Vancouv
man.   Intends   to  ,
to   purchase   the
hinds:    Commend)
about   17   1-1   nilh
soulh   1,f   1
Dominion
the vicinity of Cut
tary of Pine  River,
--.   13.  corner,"  1
thence  west so ohall
chains,   thence
ETHEL   ROSE   SPENCE,
Junuthan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   13,   11110.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRIOT,
Dislrict   of   Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Roberta Lewis nr
Vancouver, It, C., occupation Stenographer, iniends to apply for permission
to purchase lhe following described
lands: Commencing at a post piunted
ubout nine and a half miles suuth and
tell miles west of the suuthenst corner
of the Dominion Oovernment Resei-ve,
and about seven miles in 11 westerly
direction from the nortli end of Swnn
Lake, and marked "R. L., N.E. corner,'
tbence west 80 elinlns, thence soutli 80
ehalns, thenee east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing 610 acres
more or less.
ROBERTA   LEWIS,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   13,   1910.
I'KACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTHICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notiee  that   Matthew  Nett  of
ancouver,   B.C.,   occupation
lei
■ills
^^^^^^^^^^^      Merchant,
to apply for permission to pur-
the   following     described   lands:
-uimenclng  at  a  post  planted    about
in miles west and two miles soutli
f the southeast corner of the Dominion
verninent   Reserve,   and   about  three
,s nortii of the Upper Pouce Coupe
•• r, and marked "M. N„ N.E. comer,"
nee west  80 chains, thence south  80
dns,   thence   east   80   chains,   thence
th  80 ehalns  to  the  point of    com-
ticement,  containing  6.0  acres  more
less. MATTHEW   NETT.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
ept. 14th, 1910.
KAl'K  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
AKE nn'lce that  Herbert  Stellar of
iver, 11. C,i occupation Officer, 1 lili-  in  apply  for  permission  to  purse   Hie   following   described     lands:
pun,.cueing   at   a   post   plnnted   about
and a half miles soutl) and nine
west of the southeast corner of
imitilon Government  Reserve, and
six miles In a westerly direction
Swan   Lake,  und   marked  "II.  S.,
Curner,"   thence  west   80  chains,
nortli  SO clinins,  thence east  SO
.  llience  south   80  chains  to  the
[nt uf rummeneeincnt  containing  (10
lore or less.
HERBERT  STELLAR,
Jonuthan Graham, Agent.
■'■Hi, l'JIO.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo,
TAKE notice that Joseph Delaney of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Seaman,
inieiuls to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
eleven nnd a half miles soulh and seven
miles west of the southeast corner of
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
about four mlles In a westerly direction from Swan Lnke, and marked "J.
I)., N. E. Comer," thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tiience
north 80 eliains, thence east 80 chains
to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or less.
JOSEPH DELANEV,
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept. 12,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Clarence Rose uf
Vancouver, H.C., occupation Officer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted about
eleven and a half miles south and
seven miles west of the southeast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, and about four miles in a west-
erly direction from Swnn Lake, and
marked "C. R„ S, _.. Corner," tlicnce corner
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, east SO
•BACK
TAKK
li
IUVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
'i-iriet  of Cariboo.
nice that  Robert  Taggart of
H. (.'., occupation Gentleman,
anply for permission to pur-
followlng  desoribed    lands:
iiiii'iicini:   at   a   post   planted   about
and a half mlles suulh and nine
west  of  the  soutbeust corner of
•minion Government Reserve, and
six ml'es in a westerly direction
swim   Lake,   and   marked  "R.  T„
Corner," thenee north 80 elinlns,
east 80 chains,  thenoo south  80
.   tiience   west   SO   chailis   to   tho
'f eommencement und containing
res more or less,
ROBERT TAGGART,
Jonathan Graham, Agont.
13,  1910.
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RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cnriboo.
I'AKK nntiee thnt .lennnlo Strttlhlo
b.rtaon uf Vuncouver, 11. C, occu-
.Miirrhd Woman, Intends to ap-
permlssion to purchiise Hie ful-
doscrlbed lands: Commenolng nt
plnnted about nine and n hnlf
mih and seven miles west of Hie
sl corner of the Dominion Gov-
ihmcnl Reserve, unit about four Wile*
11 1 westerly direct tun from the north
ho of Swnn Lake, nml mnrked "J. S. It.,
- fi .Corner," thonce soutli SO ehnins.
>'• nee w,...t so chains, thenee north SO
hems thence east SO elinlns to Hie point
1 I'mniiieneeiiient enntnlnlng OKI
une or  less,
Haw IK   STRATHIE   ROBERTSON,
Jonathan Orahnm, Agent
S|.)L   12,  ri 10.
thence east  80 chains,  tiience soulh  SO
eliains   to  the  point  of  commencement
containing 010 acres more or less.
CLARENCE  ROSE,
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept.  13, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKE notioe that Frank Stearns of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Steward,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted about
eleven and 11 half miles soulh and seven
miles west of the southeast corner of
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
ahout four miles In a westerly direction
from Swan Lake, and marked "1 . S., S.
W. Corner," thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
clmins, thence south 80 elinlns lo the
point of eommencement cuntaining 010
acres  mure  or   less.
FRANK   STEARNS,
Jonathan Graham, Agent'
Sept.  13,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Otto Golluber of
New York City, occupation Merchant,
Intends to npply for perniission to purchase tbe following described
lands: Commencing at a post
planted about eighteen miles
west and two miles south nf the soutlieast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
Rank River, 11 tributary of Pine River,
nnd marked "O, G.. S. 10. corner," tiience
north 80 chains, tbencc west SO chains,
thence south 80 ehnins, tbence eust SO
clmins to the point of commencement
cuntaining 010  ncres  more ur less.
OTTO  GOLLPRKIt.
William   Riulli-v,  Agent.
Sept.   Hth,   1010.
...I? 1
Vancouvet
Intends to a
till!      I
Commencing
17 1-1  miles wi s
the   southeast   I   ^^^^^^
Oovernment Reserve, in tiie v
Cut  Bnnk   River,   a   tributary
River,     and    marked     "!■'.  M,
corner,"  thence smith  8') eliains,  thence
80  chains,  thence north  811  chains,
alns  to  the  puint  ut
lilO    acres
eust        	
thence  west  SO
commencement
more or less,
Sept
I'EACE 11IVKRJ
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat.  Frederick
den    of    Vancouver, B. C„    0
Clerk,   intends   to  npply   fi
to   purclinsc   the     followlr
lands'     Commencing  at  a
about   IS   miles   west   und   Iwo      mil
south   of   H.e   southeast  corner   of   the
Dominion   Government   Reserve,   in   the
vicinity of Cut Hank River, ti tributary
uf   Pine   River,   nnd   mnrked  "I.   J.   Ci.
.\\ W. corner,"  thenee south  St) chains,
tiience eust   SO  chains,  tbence  unit
chains,   thence   west   80   eliuins
puint of commencement
acres more or less.
FREDERICK   J.   GAI
William   Rudlc
Sept.   10th,   l'JIO.
PEACE  RIVER   LAN!
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Eil-.var.
Vancouver, B. C-, occupation
Intends to apply for permissl
chase   tiie   followin
Conimencing at a pc
miles  west  und  one
southeast corner
ernment Reserve
Rank   River,  and  marl
ihcnce nnrth
thence  west  80
eommencement
more or less.
PEACE   RIVKR
District
TAKE notice th
of Vanoouver, l). 1
man, intends to ap
purchase the follov
Commenolng at a 1
miles west ami tw<
southeast curner 1
ernment Reserve.
Bnnk River, a trl
nnd marked "11. _
thenee south SO cln
chains, 11.ence nun
east 80 _^^^^^^^
mencement contalnlni
or li ss.
HARRY
I'EACE  RIVER  LAN!) DISTRICI'.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE notice thnt Maud Little of
•ncouver, It. C, occupation Widow, lnnds in apply for permission to pnr-
ime the following described lands:
'imiieiielng ul 11 poHt plnnted about
!"' and n hnlf miles sinilli and seven
•les west of Ibe southensl coiner of
" I'onilnlon Government Reserve, and
""•l four miles In a westerly direction
the north end of Swim Luke, and
I   "M.   !,.,   S.   E.   Corner,"   thenee
PEACE   RIVER   LANI)   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee Hint Arthur .Maxwell of
Vancouver. B. C, occuiiation Gentleman,
Intends to apply for perniission to pureiiase the following described lands:
Comnieneing at a post plnnled about
17 1-2 miles weut and 12 miles south of
the south east corner of the Duminlun
Government Reserve, In the vicinitv uf
Cut Bnnk Itiver, a tributary uf Pine
Rlvcr, nml marked "A, ,M„ S. W
corner," llience nortli SO ehnins, tbencc
acres eust SO ehnins, ihenee suuth so chains,
Ihenee west 80 ehnins to the point of
commencement containing 010 ncres
more or less.
ARTHUR .MAXWELL,
William  Radius-, Agent.
Sept. 17th, 1910.
larke       m^—^^—m,
"st 80 ehnins,' ihenoe north  80
"nee enst SO chains, thence south 80
mills   to  Ibe  point   of  enmmeneement
"ituiiilng 010 neres more of less.
MAUD  LITTLE,
Jonuthan Graham, Agent
■-'I'I.   12,   1910.
I.rntlt
mi'itliin above notices Jun, 7.
PEACE   RIVER   LANI)   DISTRICT.
District el' Cnriliuo.
TAKIO notico thut Peter Leo King nf
Vaneouver, P.. ('., occupation Clerk, Intends to up' IV tor permission to purchase the following desoribed hinds:
Commencing ut a post planted nbout 2t!
miles west nnd two miles South of the
southeast enrner of the Duininion Government Reserve In the vicinity of Cut
Bunk Itiver, 11 tributary of Pine River,
ehnins and marked "P. L. K., N, 10, corner,"
thencu south 80 chains, thenco west St)
chains, thenee nortli 80 clinins, thonco
ensl SO chains to the point uf commencement oontninlng oio ncres more
or less.
PETER   LEO  KING,
William   Radley.  Agent,-
Sept.  Hth,  1910,
Firsf-Class in Every Respect
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
ceidental Hotel
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
QUESNEL, B. C.
Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms.
Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room.
Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day
WIRE FOR ROOMS
__^v#_^_#>Vy^_>^>vv>jv^
air & Co J
WM. KENNEDY, Malinger.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Avcs., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Carry the largest stock of merchan- k
disc in district.   Prices reasonable K
?4____rm__r^--* «— -—^ --MM-,. _
ACE  RIVER
lilstrhJ
TAKE    notiee
Proctor  of   Vat.f"
.lurried   Womnn,
permission   ti
doscribed Inn
plnnted nlimit flvi
inllo   west   uf   1
lhe ]-om I ni .id Cl
aliinit five
mid    mnrked  "M
Ihenee  west   80  0
lalns,   thenee   ea
suutli   80   ehulns   t
mencement, enntui
nr
MARY
Sept. ISlli,
noww'ui:
.Tonnthn
1010.
PR'H'TllR.
rahain, Agent,
PI.API.  RIVER  LANB  DISTRICT.
Islriel of Cat'lboo,
\l.l_ notice that Union Christie of
t'.. ii einiiithin Gonllomun,
dy lur permission to pur-
llowlit:;   doscribed     lanus:
nclng nt u post plnnted nln,'>l i'i
west   nnd   two miles south  nf the
ust corner of the Dominion Gov-
it  Rt serve. In the \ loinlty of Cut
River, a  tributary ut'  I'lne  Itiver.
U,  C,  ...   \V.    corner,"
tniltll   SI)  elinlns.   llience  east   80
llience north  hd chjtlns,  theuee
vast  so ehnins to the point   of commencement   contttlnlng  Gil)   ucres  more
or leas.
UPTON CHRISTIE,
William Kiidie:', Agent,
Sopt   10th, 1010.
PEACE  RIVER  LANH  DISTRICT.
I llstrict of Carilioo.
TAKIO nnliee tlttil Clifford .lames
Rogers of Van,'Oliver, It. i'.., occupation
Clerk, Intends to apply for perniission
io purohnse tho following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
nliout -G miles west and one mile south
of the suntheast corner of the Dominion
(lovernnient Reserve, In Hie Vicinity of
Cut Rank River, a tributary of Pine
Itiver, nnd marked "C. .1.' R„ S. B,
corner" thence north Sll ehnins, thence
west SO chains, Ihenee south 80 elinlns,
thenee   ensl   80   eliains   to   the   point  of
commencement   oontalnlng   Oto   aores
more or less,
Ci.ll'PiHMi JAMES  ROGERS,
William  Radley,  Agent
Sept.   10th,   1010. !
span of the Quesnel bridge are now
practically ready. Construction work
is expected to start shortly.
The G. T. P. survey party, under
L. C. Gunn, is at work near the
west bank ol the Fraser river at
steamboat landing, two miles below
Mrs. Rhodes, and is working soutii
toward Soda creek. At Soda creek
they will be met. by a party working north from Vancouver.
It is announced that thc G. T. T.
are the successful tenjderers lor the
construction of the Hudson Bay R.R.
and that the proposed connection is
from Saskatoon to The Pas Mission.
J. B. Daniell is expected in on
Monday's stage.
D. F. M. Perkins, of Wm. Blair &
Co., is making up a shipment of
seeds of all varieties which he expects to receive on the first or second boats. In order to more fully understand the wishes of those who
anticipate the use of seed the coming spring,, and not to overlook any
demand that may be made, Mr. Perkins is anxious to come in touch
with all interested parties in this
respect.
Mr. and Mrs. MftcHnf-le announce
that they will he at homo in .-'outh
Fort George, February 14.
Neil McLean, contrtctor, t.as c< m-
pletcd plans for six ciuag.s vhiah
he will erect nn the ridge sir mediately back of The Herat, oflice. '-'o will
begin work as sion a_ weather conditions guarantee uni.Uerr.iptfd construction.
Seven bags of i. nil e .me n Men-
day night at S o'clock. Six of ibe
6even were taken to the woods, *ud
the following rr-irning nt 10 o'nock—
ten hours — five were utnrnud. The
delay in the first instance was
caused by a young end iceipariAced
driver having met the regular stage
fifteen miles out rom here and misjudged the road on the way back to
town.
A. W. Healy, representing W. H.
Malkin & Co., wholesale grocers,
Vancouver, spent three days in town
this week.
Oarr weighs 200 pounds, has n head
of curly hair, and in other ways impresses the observer as a man of extraordinary vitality.
"You are too magnetic," said the
jeweler. "You seem to have charged
this watch. My prediction is that it
will be running within an hour after
you take it off."
Since then Carr has owned 10 other
watch*es, all with the same result.
He now wears a twenty-one jewel
watch, which is well regulated. He
bets $40 against the watch that he
will stop it in two days, this being
the longest time any timepiece has
run for him in the last year.
..44.., uvuiaueu. pi milieu ni-c n on
ribs. If not claimed, und expenses of
feed and this notice paid for, said
cow will be sold by public auction 30
days from date of lirst insertion of
this notice.
W.  J. McALLAN,
Dec. 31, 1910.
ELEVEN  MILLION  FOR  LAND.
The Hudson's Bay Company has
disposed of 500,000 acres of land in
Western Canada to a largo land company, and two hundred thousand
acres to the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., in all amounting to a sum
of a round million dollars. This is a
result of the new policy of the reorganization committee of the Hudson's Bay Co., recently initiated,
whereby the old company will dispose of most of their land holdings
In the west and also in British Columbia:
DEATH OF THE FIRST WHITE
WOMAN ON THE SKEENA.
An old resident of the Hazelton
district, in the person of Mrs. R. E.
Loring, wife of the Indian agent at
that point, passed away on the 20th
December. Mrs. Loring was the first
white woman to go up the Skeena
river. In the course of a long life
spent for the greater part in that
vicinity, she not only raised a large
family to useful manhood and womanhood, but left in many ways the
imprint of an unusual strong character on both the white and native
population. She was devoted to the
upraising of the natives. As wife of
the Indian agent she came into close
touch with them and mucn of her
time and attention was spent in
their behalf. Great credit is due to
her efforts, as in a great measure
tbe natives of the district are largely in her debt for the Btate of civilization to which titey have attained.
SCOTCH MARRIAGE LAWS.
Scotland has long been noted for
its easy marriage laws, of which the
lovesick lads and lassies of the mora
punctilious south have taken thc advantage for generations.
In Scotland there are two classes
of valid marriage, "regular" end
"irregular," and even in the case of
the former, there are important differences from  English  procedure.
In England a minor cannot legally marry without the consent of his
or her parents or other guardians,
but in Scotland a minor need nsk
nobody's leave before "commitUag
matrimony," provided that, if a inuu
he has reached tbe age of 14, if a
woman she is a veritable Venus at
12.
Interest, however, centers chiefly
around Scotch "regular" marriages,
of which there are three kinds recognized by law.
In the first class is "marriage by
declaration or acknowledgement."
Here the contracting parties simply
declare, either verbally or in writing, before two witnesses, that they
take each other for husband and
wife, or that they have already done
so.
A good deal of nonsense has been
written about these marriages by declaration. Many a romance has
been made to hinge on such a plot
as a couple playing in amateur theatricals going through a mock irregular marriage, only to find themselves tied up hard and fast for life.
This is mere moonshine for the validity of a marriage by declaration
depends on the intention and free
consent of the parties to be married.
As the declaration may be made
verbally, and the marriage need not
be registered, it is clear that if thc
witnesses die there may be difficulty
in establishing the marriage. It
would seem that if a villain marries
a girl by declaration and grows
tired of her he has only to get rid
of the witnesses somehow or other,
to be in a position to repudiate his
wife; but here the law is against
him.
This brings us to the second class
of "irregular marriage," namely,
"marriage by repute or habit."
If a couple have lived together as
married, have addressed each other
as husband and wife, and permitted
others so to address them, the
Scotch law holds them married, although proof of marriage may be
wanting.
PEACE  IUVER  LAND  I IVISIOV.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKP. nation that ..I I am ll Ison ol Victoria, H.i'.. merch, nt, i 111 to apply tor
permission to pure] t! following _e_-
crlbcd lands:   Comm '  n post   Iilant
ed :i miles south .. : " i lili s w mt from
where Pn* 20tli Ims, .■,< crosses Bear rlvcr
and one mile wi-si Irom a post marked
Frank Begg's nortli west corner, planted oi
Orand Prairie nnd I'ouce Coupo wagon road
and about ;lj mile. N.W. from north
west end ol Swan ot Sucker lake, tnenci -o
chains east: Ihcnce I'1 ch lins south: th.nco
Su chains nest: tliewv I" chains north io
point of com in,m-. nent, containing 3-D
acres more or les,.. I'ost marked W.W. N
\\  corner. WILLIAM  WILSON.
October 7,  1910.
iiiii   j-.ni.n   vr   J
j     Me-d O.ace: VANCOUVER, B. C      r—
CAPITA! A-rraOB-ZED . . $2,ocoV_?
II 1 R E 0 T 0 US: "".-OO
L-nnaii,   MoFcely  & Co..   Wholesale      Robort Kennedy     v,,u, ,,
Hardware, Vancouver, Il.t .       .,   >    ,       ..   , "''>    new Wei
sttnin-
'.•-■■•■■:■!"■ , : J viaoii .,Tn!'cM"   EsC|"   Capital-,
M.'"ii."T..I.L1N.   Esq..   \ i-i'-I'i'i'si Ji.it,    I       ''i"'
Capitalist, Victoria. B.C.
HIS HONOR T. W.  PATHRSON, Lieu-      ,. ,,..„.
tcnant-tlovernor Br'Ush P-ilnmbia, '    "    ' '■!:-.  '.
1    IV, SlIATFORD. Esq., M.L.A.,  .-..• Co.,   Lumber  and  Timber' pf I. '
chant,  Hodlcy, B.C. Oolamhrt   Trust  Co..  i ,„'    {,'!i*tl
W. II. MALKIN, Esq., Thc W. H.Mai- ur-  "• 0.                          '    '"'.-
kin  Co.,    Ltd.,     Wholesale  Grocer., .1. A.  HARVEY,  Ban.   .- ,■    .
Vancouver, B.C, ol Cranbrook, B.C    V.     '    "'""''i
11.  ,1. JENKINS,  Esq.,  President   11.1.. A   L   dEWAI.,"gcj
GENERAL BANKING BUSINES8 TRANSACTED "
''. IP
"laser,
Fort George Branch; F. IV. PEWAR, Manager.
iHiimni   -in  iiuin ii--)l i i'• iTil un   _MW—MB_)|
First publication  Jan. 21.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Distrh t n' i' irlboo.
TAKE notice that  Mat t cc  I-'i .   of   Va
hum r,  ll.r..  purei r,  intend    to  . i lily     I
ti..1 on Police trail i .■. . -i !..,i St.
John and .'ml Oral i . B.C., I I'd -I ll lies
so oil ol the Hall- . river, pion. ■ " < i ins
enst: thenco SO ch linf nortli: r i ice Wi
chains west: thonce Rt! chains i.ou"i to point
of commencement, containing f.-lO i-crcs more
or less. Tost mnrked M.F. S.W. corner. MAURICE FREE.
September 20
USStt   ,      As.e!s Exceed fifty Million Dollars      f 19io"
ne km of British 1
Your money is suter i:i the Bank than in your house or in y„,,r
pocket, It is not tied up. Von can get it. out at any time with,
out delay, NOTES discounted, Local und Foreign Drafts botiKbt
und sold.  COLLECTIONS made promptly,   Money Orders Issued
Fort George Branch,       L. G. IttacHaffie, Mgr.
-.nc.. <a_-_-__i--.__e ..Tm
THE TRADERS' BANK OF
Head Office:        - TORONTO, ONT.
When you hand the store-keepjr a cheque for his account
(here is no need to bother about the receipt. The hank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter w hether you want it next
week or a year hence, the record of thc payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how to use a checking account.
Ccpltal an-! Surplus - $0,-50,000
K. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
QUESNEL ORGANIZES FIRE DEPARTMENT.
A fire department wag organized at
a public meeting held after thu board
of trade meeting last week, and officers elected. R. R, Carver was elected chief; W. Stott and J. Brady assistants, and H. Stoddard, secretary-treasurer.
It was reported that there remained in the Bank of Montreal, Vancouver, a balance of some $1G0 to the
credit of the Quesnel Fire Department, and the secretary was instructed to make a request of Frank Hof-
fercamp, of South Fort George, for
a cheque covering same, which will
be made available for expenditures of
the new brigade,
The new brigade will consist of
15 volunteers.
The local lire wardens were advised
to take steps at once to ___ that
defective chimneys were taken down
ana that such measures as lay within their power he taken at once to
prevent any possible fires at this
time of the year, when the danger is
$?«.«. "fi00""1 °' the m»intenancc
of intense fires in the stoves
A request will he made of the Kov-
ernment agent at Barkerville, Mr.
Walke to set a time when a meeting Will be held for the election   of
to make the chief   of the lire     department one of the lire wardens.
A NEW WAY uF STOPPING
WATCHES.
W.  Carr,   Jr., all   Albany, Oregon
farmer,  is known   ns    the   nun  who
stops  watches.    This peculiarity    of
a...., t!mporament developed about
a yeai   ago,   when a watch   ho    had
been  carrying suddenly stopped,    It
MY HOBBLE.
I love my new bobble,
It clings to my form;
And if I am careful
'Twill do me no harm.
I brush it and press it,
And tend it with love;
And if I grow stouter
'Twill fit like a glove.
I love my new hobble,
Its cling is so warm;
\nd if I don't wear it,
'Twill do me no harm.
—Chicago Tribune.
Nell McLean
CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Estimates furnished
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C,
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purchase
and pre-emption located.
For full particulars apply to
Edward
Sales Agent. Notary Public.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Offices:
Soaih Fort George antl Fort George
Telegraphic address:
"I.rin," Kort George,  B.C.
YOU CAN STILL BUY
Good Laud at Reasonable Prices
and Cn Very Reasonable Terras.  Title Perfect.
Write for further information to
Or to their local sales agent, Edward  Roberts,   South  Fort George.
General Offices:   410, 411, 413 Winch Bltfg., Vancouver, B.C.
London Office:   O Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
$780,000.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT, 1910
Section (Nineteen.)
Notice is hereby given that on the
twenty-first day oi February next,
application will be made to thc superintendent of provincial police for
the grant of a license for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known' ns the Suulh Fort
George Restaurant, situate nt Hotith
Fort George, B, 0., upon the land.,
described as Lot numbered fourteen,
in block numbered fifteen, in District
Lot numbered nine hundred and thirty-three.
A. K. DOURCH1BR,
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON STS.
A Fresh Shipment
of Granges, Apples
and Lemons to hand
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
CURCH & LUKE, Proprietors
-_-v_wi-EF__mrMai_aiKi
J
Pl-ACl.  mvi.ll  LAND  DIVISION.
District uf Cariboo.
I'AKl'l notice that .liimo- Wilson Niven nl
Vancouver, ll.r., necountiint, Ititoiids to an-
Ply Im' permission to iiurohnHc tlic following dcscrlliiiil lands: Commencing at n n0,t
planted 10 chains north and two
miles west from 60-Mlle post, established on the North West Mounteil Police trail, between Fort St
.Inlin ,'iiul Pott Clralinm, It.t' noith of i1"-
Ilalfwny rlvcr, post mnrked J.W.N. S W cor
nor,    thenen    Su  ohnlns  north;    tl cc  nu
cliiiliis cant:  llience hi. chains soutli; thonco
m ohalns  „ t   to point ol commencement
contnining lilu acres more or 1. is
a   , , .   ."Ml... WILSON  NIV-'.X.
Sepl.ml.or  IB,  1010,
j J.-., -fin i
* Builder and Contractor *
9      Plans and Blue Prints       _
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan- -Youwould
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
(T
-,'■ .,: ,-■.       C_.r_.__; TO       Cr
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
r^>    Investigate Cur Frciinf.iHon   c=
=^
J
and you will find a good live town •   Two banks, saw rail
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of satisfied  buyers
WRITE roil INFORMATION TO
IEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings 3.., VANCOUVER, B.C.
Heviiiut. St., SOUTH FOIST GEORGE, B. C.
Furnished.
*t      Estimates Submitted.      J
9 *
f Cor. Ihapage and Second    *
9 *
J SOUTH FORT GEORGE, II. C.    \
gore & McGregor,
B. C. LAffl SURVEYORS
VV   ill havo a party in thc field during tho whole of coming winter,
V CTORIAAND
Fort George, B. C,
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located,
.SOUTH FORT GEORGI., B. <'•
Estimates submitted.

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