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 One hundred millions will be
expended by the G. T. P,
through inland B. C. Fort
George is the key
FORT GEORGE HERAL
An lnve.wS_.Rfon the district
iJ .he most i^lifoible one in
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VOLUME  1,   NO. 48
SOUTH   FORT   CEORGE,   B.C.,   JULY   8,   1911
$3   DOLLARS
ANNUM
SATURDAY MORNING'S DISMAL FIRE
About two o'clock last Saturday morning a lire wits started by the oareless ignition of the oheese-'oloth wall covering in
u room on the upper storey of the big
Hotel Northern here, and by three o'olook
the whole building was a Smouldering muss
of ruins.
The lire broke upon the sleeping town
without warning, ihe oraekling of the flames
awakening most of the populace who rushed to the blaze, Scenes of indescribable
excitement followed, for shortly after the
fire started it was seen that the building
was doomed. The lack of lire-fighting apparatus was appallingly felt from the very
moment the fire broke out, as although
nothing short, of a metropolitan brigade
could have saved the building after the lire
had gained a hold, yet the danger to the
surrounding buildings would have been obviated
It appears that the fire started in a room
on the upper storey near the Fourth and
Clarke street corner, during the momentary
absence of its occupant. Immediately the
fire was discovered a goneral alarm was
given, and it, was found that the blaze had
followed the cloth wall covering and that
the fire was burning fiercely between the
wulls of the room. The night bar-tender en-
doavored to kill the blaze with a hand extinguisher,   but   wus    unable   to reach the
Answer to an Open Letter
The editor of the Ashcroft Journal, in a
••■flit issue, addressed a long open letter lo
the editor of this puper, calling public attention to the fuct that the remarks of this
publication anent the Ashcroft weekly havo
been derogatory to the ethics of "clean
journalism/' as existent in the standard
press of British Columbia.
So.
Jn the estimation of The Herald., a journal thnt has never yet bowed the knee before
the money   god, as exemplified by a som-
nalent   policy   towards heavy    advertising
corporations,   whose operations,   when exposed, should be torn to shreds by a unanimous press, working in the interest of the
investing public, rather than assisting such
steals by assuming ignorance of the crooked
operation of these "vested interests" earried
on within the journal's sphere of activity;
ihere nre two types of journals in B. C. today thut can consistently be called "clean".
Tlio puper thnt will print what it knows to
bo the truth regarding the flim-flam operations "f  these   promoters,   and the papers
llial do not pluy to thc pocketbooks of the
lliin-llummers by jumping on their militant
contemporaries in an endeavor to engrat-
iate themselves with the "interests".
Since The Herald commenced publication
it has fought, to the best of its power and
ability, a lot-peddling company whoso commodity wus in every wny counterfeit. And—
we have suffered. Fighting millionaire land
operators, whose strings reach even ninny
of the marionette office-holders who handle
the control of certain public rights; who can
pull wires at every turn, and buy outright
policy-hawking rugs that disgrace journalism, to do their will, is no child's piny. Our
Ashcroit contemporary knows of the pressure brought to bear upon this journal in
un endeavor to kill its work, ami yet' the
hoy with the high ideals who sits in the
"ditorial chair in the dried-up-entrance to
lhis northern country and moralises upon a
code of ethics, he has no adetpiate conception of, knowing, the while, that his journal
is afraid to fight against interests thnt help
lo support its existence. We have no fight
with our Ashcroft contemporary. We have
marked it for some years as a paper without the courage to advocate its convictions,
bat when it found a loophole to side
against The Herald it jumped into the ring
and we naturally retaliated by dealing with
the weak scribe, who drags the name antl
personality of The Herald editor through
his columns, as such men should be dealt
with. Our fight is against bootllers of the
public purse. We aro willing to carry it
through. And if these poor contemporaries
have not got the courage to get into the
tight, please keep clear of the battlofiold. As
regards the Ashcroft scribe, we don't know
''int. However he appears well qualified to
nurse the ten-cent advertising patronage of
Hie Ashcroit weekly — we leave him to his
tusk, and return — to ours.
'lime passes, the world wags on, antl the
Z is approaching when the "clean" publications', guarding the public interests, will
stand out in relief aguinst the newspuper
'opera thut gambol in their post-hpuse.
Lepers, yes—unclean.
A Successful Opening
The opening of the Fort (leorge Theatre
last Saturday night was the occasion of a
large attendance. The theatre was crowded
'or both performances. Owing to tho non-
arrival of certain parts of the oxygon goner-
i flames' between    the    walls.   Ten    minutes
afterwards the lire had gained terriflie head-
; wny.   Before   the    alarm   wus   carried to
■ Seeontl  Street,    tho   heart of  the business
section, the whole upper floor of the hold
was burning fiercely, and  the crowds lliut
were beginning   to gather    labored at the
\ task of removing the furnishings. In spile
| of tiie   excitement  and confusiqn splendid1
work was   done    by the volunteers in  the
rescuing of removable furnishings and  fixtures.   Searoh   parties covered    the upper
floors  ensuring   the   vacation   of  ell the
rooms by their occupants, Tlie glare from
the lire lit up the scene brightly, and as the
flames gained headway on the second floor
the heat became terrific. On the neighboring
buildings a bucket brigade wus splashing
witter nml hanging wet blankets, whilst
from the hotel scores of willing hands rushed in und out carrying anything removable
to places of safety, Windows were smashed
articles thrown out from the upper stories,
whilst on the ground floor hastily'organized gangs of men worked at the removal
of the oflice fixtures, the safe, kitchen
range and other heavy material. Out in the
street scantily attired refugees of both
sexes, were working like Trogans, carrying
the piles of rescued effects further away from
the fire, whilst others assisted in the passing of   water.   The volunteer salvage crew
stayed in the burning building until the
danger of the building fulling drove them
nut to lend aid In the saving of tlie British
Columbia Express Cifmpuni's group of
buildings anil the McLaughlin building on
Clarke Street. Splendid work was done,
tinder tlio direotion antl supervision of
nro-ehief Campbell, particulary in the snve-
ing of the express company's buildings. Mad
one nf these buildings become properly ignited nothing could havo saved the big
warehouse frc.ni complete destruction. The
roof of the stable caught shortly after the
blaze started •>• and it was only the prompt
work of the  buokef brigade that held tin-
fire in I'hi'ck. A continuous stream of
water was played upon the stable after it
oaughl from buckets and acid extinguishers
preventing tho fire from gaining a new hold.
The workers on both the B, X. buildings
and the McLaughlin building were subjected to a terrific heat which left the front of
both buildings charred und bluekened. By
the time the fire had reached the lower floor
of the hotel the out-buildings had also
caught. Great red embers were raisetl into
the air in the terrific blast created by the
burning buildings, und were scattered over
the town, oausing a danger to other buildings. To the fact that there was no wind
during the progress of the lire we attribute
the fuel that, the blaze wus confined to the
hotel building alone. Mad there been a wind
from tiie east the buildings on Fourth street
including the Herald office anil the big new
theatre would  have been  in danger of destruction. Before the hotel was burned to the
ground practically the whole population of
lhe town was in the vicinity of the blaze,
helping, in   some way or another, to save
lhe situation, as far as possible. Although a
splendid spirit was shown by the populace
as u body, for whieh  Messrs. Johnson und \
Burns,    the   proprietors   of   the Northern
Hotel, have asked us   to convey their sin-
eerest thanks and appreciation, the story of
OUT,city's first lire has also its darker side. !
In  the midst   of all  the disaster,  with the
upper floors flaming into ruin, looters were ■
at their despicable work, covered by the up- ,
! roar nnd exoitemenf of the mopient. Speoial ',
1 constables were sworn in by'Justice of the ■■
I'enee A. K. Bourchier, yet, in spite of this \
preeuulioii, tlie.ie ghouls saw, and grasped,
the opportunity    of practicing   the lowest
form of thievery, the robbing of a burning
building. Liquor was earried out of the barroom in armfulls, and even  eases.  Drawers
were ransacked,    and    even    the discarded ,
coats of the fire fighters were filched of val- '
uables. The drawer into which the contents
of tlle safe wus emptied, was seized and curried away.  It was found  later two blocks
from the scene with two unpretentious looking envelopes in which a thousand dollurs
in currency, belonging lo the B. C. Express
Company   reposed,   whilst   the    important
looking package containing some life insur-
TWO NEWSPAPERMEN'S IMPRESSION OF THE DISTRICT
Hulh Small-
The editor of the "Herald" has asked us
to write what we think ubout Fort George,
its problems und its possibilities. Recognising, that our acquaintance with the district has been too short to allow of our
speaking with authority, we accede to his
request in the hope, that an out-aider's
point of view may in some chance item
prove useful to the energetic citizens that I
ure building up a real live town on the
bunks of the Fraser,
Fort George, rich us it is in possibilities,
nevertheless labors under corresponding disadvantages, and not the least of these is i
the "knockers" on the rond, thut guard the j
entrance to the north like a hundred-headed ;
hydra. Why   are   those "knockers"   there?
Jealousy und    irresponsible   advertisement
seem to lie at the root of their existanee. In I
the former instance    Quesnel is coming to j
see, that in tho little northern community,
that is growing up at the junction of the j
Fraser and .Nechaco rivers on the line of the
(J. T. P. she will soon find a rival for the ■
trade of the interior, which up to date has
so largely passed through her portals. Land
agents for the Innd south of this town nre
also unwilling    to see the   flow of settlers
setting further north, while others knock for
the mere sake of knocking, or because, fed
with titles of    those returning south, they
belive thut they are really saving the northern traveller from a horrid fate.
But why are there any returning south?
Unwarranted, almost fraudulent advertise
ment is the cause. The civilised quarters of
the globe have been flooded with a literature, that hus promised lands nml luxuries
to uny brave mun, who would dure the trip
from Ashcroft to Fort George. Workingmen
have been led to believe, that what was an
Eldorado to the farmers wai) a gilded Paradise for the laborer nnd carpenter. Consequently muny come north, who have not
counted the cost beforehand. They find a
country of wootls, where they looked for
prnirie, and little work, where they looked
for oceans of wages. Then too, they tlo not
like the prices of u country 3(10 miles from a
railroad, and buck they go "broke" and
disconsolate, harsh critics for evermore.
These are incidents in the opening up of
every new country, but they are regrettable
incidents, und every move taken to do away
with the;.i would save much misery and loss
to those who can ill afford to pluy against
fortune with loadetl dice. In view of the
fact, that such a flood of untrustworthy
literature has gone forth, it would seem
worth the while of some responsible body
of citizens to disseminate counteracting information, which would give a clear and
unbiased statement of facts, fearlessly uc-
knowledging present difficulties, and soberly
estimating future prosperity.'
Then again, it seems difficult not to criticise the recent, land policy of a government
which has handed over new virgin country
to a bund of land-grabbers, whose inflated
prices and reckless discounting of the future
Kenneth Myen
make settlement difficult, und put barriers
in the wny of the poor lund seeker, whom it
has always been Canada's boast to help in
every possible way. And not only does it
seem thut the general policy bus been lux,
but too often apparently details of administration have been neglected, with the result, that today a pre-emptor cannot be
certain for muny months as lo whether he
is located on free land or land already
staked for purchase. The coming of the government lund office to Fort George should
quickly remedy this state of affairs, whieh,
according to all reports, has borne hardly
on the land-seeker up to date.
The above handicaps will doubtless delay
settlement of the land. Town development
is also being delayed by the unfortunate
buttle of the townsites. It seems a pity,
that in view of the fuct, that a violent advertising campaign hus fixed the eyes of
Canada, Great Britain and the United
States on this one small spot, the Grand
Trunk Pacific has not yet been able to dispel public doubt anil delusion by nn advan-
J ced right-of-way, ami townsite policy. Conditions have    long been ripe for a definite
j and official statement, which would remove
the gambling element from many investments, antl clear the road for many a hesitating business man.
But this is enough of criticism or we shall
be thought to be "knockers" ourselves. It
is always dangerous to write of the future
but no one can deny, thut nature has dealt
unco papers was missing. The miscreants
who were responsible Inr these outrages
are a particulary low type nf vermin. They
should be brought to justice. In such eases
us these no leniency should lie <hown,
The Hotel Northern wus a seventy room
building: It wus constructed in tin- form of
the letter "A", 'minus tile inverted "V"
forming the upper part of the character.
The building was valued at about 830,000.
The loss is partly entered by about 812,500
insurance. Messrs Johnson and Burns, the
proprietors of the hotel, immediately entered upon pluns for the building of a bigcer
und heller hotel. Work on the burnt building started lust September nml with the exception of the exterior finishing lhe building *
wus completed, tinier the "Liquor Licence
Act," should a hotel be deslroved by lire
the licence is deemed immediately cancelled.
Albert Johnson left for the coast on Mondays "B. V.." to npply for a new licence.
The hotel is currying on business ut present
in the large rooming house built by Messrs.
Bronger ami Flynn. on Third Street. The
Burns building is to be arranged ns it temporary dining room.
The necessity of having a new hotel built
here immediately, is absolute. Mr. Johnson
bears with him to the coast u petition to
the government, signed by every business
house nnd individual in town, requesting
the government to immediately re-grunt the
licence. This, undoubtedly, will be done.
kindly with Port (leorge in the mutter of
Situation, Placed ul tlie meeting point of
water systems running nurtli, east, south
und west, a great transportation future
seems assured. The I',. T. I', can hardly
change its survey to miss this point, and a
Peace river railway seems to be a shadow
in a not too far distant future. Vancouver
is waking all too late to the importance of
a branch running south from here to her
great port. Although il seems utmost impossible, (hut she should now pluy a greut
pnrt in tl pening up of the northern interior, still in the years to come a large volume of trade is bound to flow seawards to
the Panama Canal and the Antipodes.which
would naturally find its outlet to the south.-
To this railway future must be added one
of farming, of lumbering ami of mining, if
we may trust- signs of the times, that we
see uboul us. But the inhabitants of the
district itself know all about its wealth,
und we car tell them nothing new. It must
be remembered, though, thnt the development of such a country as this, which is no
poor man's country, yet, cannot be as fast
as the prairies, and the great (lunger of inflated values enn only be avoided in this
country of abounding hope by genuine development and restrained speculation. When
the future is assured, it is a pity to spoil it
by Inn much hurrying.
Here then we will leave Fort George to
the lender mercies of nature and the G. T.
P. May she attract in the years to come the
'genuine settler, and the business man, that
al tends to business, and avoid the curse of
lhe unproductive gambler, who fattens on
the efforts of his fellow-men.
ntor nn old gas outfit wus requisitioned nt
the last moment, und the pictures were not
ns good us they would have been hud the
splendid equipment installed by the Amusement Company been working. The manage-'
ment informs The Herald that the benches
j providing seating    accommodation on the
■ floor ut present, will be replaced by chairs
on the arrival of the steamer Chilcotin. As
I soon   as  possible   electric light  will be installed in the building, nnd the interior dee-
I oration    scheme   will   be   carried out. The
j Amusement Company   arc putting on two
, regular shows   each week,  held  on Wednesdays and Saturdays ut 8-30 p. in. with new i
pictures at  each  performance.
DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION A HUGE SUCCESS—Winners
Enumerators Return
William McLaren antl George SI. Wood,
i the census enumerators who left here a few
weeks ago to cover the district between
Fort Goorge and the Provincial boundary
in the Yellowhead Puss, by wny of the
Fraser valley, returned last Monday, after
completing the work. George SI. Wootl, in
an interview with The Herald, informs us
that there ure very few people at the Cacho
today. The tote road is, however, completed
to that point, and a line of communication
by telephone connects the Cache with l-dsoll
and the railroad telegraph system, making
it possible to communicate with any part
of the world from Tete Juane Cache. The
waggon road, recently completed, said Sir.
Wootl, is a splendidly built road. Three big
1 gangs followed through on the work, each j
' improving the road bed. The railroad grade t
between Tete Juane und the Summit is in
the hands of numerous contractors. About
5 miles beyond the Cache, at mile '.2, from
the summit, —mile 1, 11. (!„— tho first enmp
is met. Here tt sub-contractor named Gulli-
gher has a gang of about 150 men at work.
Carl & Griffin, who huve a 5 mile contract
in the rock country near Moose Lake are
The First of July celebration passed off
with a vim and eclat so characteristic of frontier towns, where all throw themselves into
the crucible of sport for the day, unhampered
by counter attractions, such as excursions and
other ways of spending the day so common in
large and congested cities. Notwithstanding
the fact that nearly all the residents of Soutii
Fort George were up till live o'clock the morning of the First fighting the fire which destroyed the only hotel in New Cariboo, all the
events on the long list of sports were keenly
contested, and none more so than the thrilling
canoe races, in which Indians showed their
prowess on the high and turbulent Fraser.
The horse, acing in the morning antl the ball
game in the afternoon were the other features
that arrested most attention. The winners in
the various events follow;
The half-mile pony race was won by H.
Smith; A. Michel, 2nd.
Cowboy race, 1-4 mile, both heats were
taken by J. Bird's colt; H Smith 2nd
Canoe race, 2 miles with a turn 1st, Pau-
little antl Dennis; 2nd, Louie and Maxine; 3rd,
Sloes and Braze! le
100-yard race, open to all 1st, M Mischell;
2nd. J Campbell; 3rd, L Walters
100-yard race, open to any female born in
Cariboo, brought forth no contestants
100-yard race, boys under 15—1st, L Keith;
2nd, A Bird
Two-mile race, open In all 1st, A Leinkc;
2nd, M Mischell; 3rd, 1) McDougall
building u permanent camp, as they expect
to be working on tho rock work for the
besl part of a year, Hognri, another eon-
tractor, lias ten miles of grade on either side
of the Curl & Griffin rock contract. The
enmps of these contractors contain from 1 CXI
to L.O men. The labor is principally Rus-
sian and Belgian, and a lot of station men
are at work along the route. Foley, Welch &
Sack race—1st, Maurice Qua; 2nd, R Dennis; 3rd C Hunter
Standing broad jump—1st, J Campbell; 2nd.
J Burr; 3rd, Slaxine
Running long jump—1st, H W Jermyn; 2nd,
G Maxine; 3rd, Maurice
High jump—1st, Barchof.;2ndJtio Mclnnis;
3rd, E Angell
Putting the shot—1st, R McKay; 2nd, J
Campbell; 3rd, I. McLean
Tug-of-war, Indians vs whitemen, 9 men a
side, was won by the latter
At the dance in the evening, the prize for
the best waltzer, was accorded to Sirs. Houser.   Her partner was Harry Couture.
BASEBALL GAME.
Now we come to ball game between Central
and South Fort George and it turned out just
as everything else turns out when the children from the woods venture into town detached from apron strings. Thc game vvas
called at 3 (the professional hour) and went i
through till 6:30, owing to the poor work of
the outer pasture ornaments from Central,
who appear to have cultivated a habit of walking on the top of jackpine saplings, and misjudging distance.when transferred to fast and
polished ground such as Recreation Park, at
Fourth and Hamilton. Though the score, 17
to 19, is not such to receive National League
plaudits, yet there were features scattered
throughout the nine innings that would inter-
let, near the summit. A large Swedish contracting linn nre changing the course of n
largo stream near Slile I, which interferes
with   the   grade.   Uupid progress   is being
est the most exalted fanness. Rutherford's
quick work, in a running pickup of a hot
grounder off third and healing the runner to
first, was pretty work. C. Brown's hunting
and quick basertinning exhibited features entirely lacking in the bush leaguers. J Flynn's
catch in centre field was a marvel and eased
matters for Close, behind the bat, and Russell
Walker in the box. The score: South Fort
George 19, Central 17.
CENTRAL
Innings- 1   2   3   4   5   fi   7   8   9
S Swank, If - - 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
R Hawson, cf -10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
H Stoddard, rf -000100100
R Hammond, ss. 000 101100
.1 Burton, 2b - - 0 0 tl tl 0 0 0 0 0
W Burr, lb - - 0 (I 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
.1 Clark, c - - - 0 I) 0 1 tl 1 0 1 0
S Withers, 3b - I) 0 0 1 10 0 1 0
11 Morrison, p-00010. 0010
1
0   7   12   2   4   0
-SOUTH
Innings- 1 2 8 4 5 G 7 8 9
C SI Brown, rf - 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
A Walker, If -   - II I) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
VV Rutherford, 3b 1 0 tl 1 0 1 0 0 0
FO'Flahertv, 2b 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
.1 R Campbell, ss 0 (I 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
,) Flynn, cf  -  - 0 o 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
II Rigg, lb        - 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
II B Close,  c
000001000
R R Walker, p  -   0   1   0   0   1   1   0   0   0
3   2   4   4   15   0   0   0
party will continue their work down the
river to Fort George, Slessrs MoLarcn anil
Wootl met the census enumerators from Alberta nl the provincial   boundary, on tho
Stuart have four steam shovels working on    is in the neighborhood of thu Cache, doing
their contracts, which thev havo not cub-    rovisi mary work on tha located route, Tlrn
niuile nu the rock work, antl tons of powder ' summit, where their work ended, Tlio eon-
are used daily    on tlle    work near    Sloose
Late. A Grand Trunk Pacific survey party,
under Engineer George Wuse, who worked
in this district on tho preliminary surveys,
st ruction camps, Sir. Wood states, are excellently provided in every way, the sunk-
ary arrangements being carefully looked
uftcr. From present indications steel will bo
ut the Cliche shortly after the opening of
nav.r_ation net '.our.
____________« FORI GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY  THE
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Devoted   I"   the   interests   of   Fort   _rc.li
Ccorge and the entire Northern Interior.
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District ul Cnrihuo.
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miner, intenils i<> npjilv lor permission to
|jurehu_e   tlie  lull..win};   ilf.scrn.eil   lullds:-
t ulllini'ii. 111;:   nl  it  post   planted  on   tlle
west   bunk     ul   llullwuy   River   nliout   .'a
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point ol intiuii.ii4.mcnt,   commencement, containing 4K0 ucres more
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PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
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SATURDAY   -    JULY 8, 1911
PEACE RIVKR l.ANI' DISTRICT
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N
\\   Mounted Polico trnil i i llie nnrlh bank
,,: the Cm  River at the mouth ol Cash
i .,,..   . nice nortii 80 chains   thencc casl
,!.. ,-   ihenee soutli Sn chaini   Ihcnce
';,",      nii jos A 'HCS HASTINGS
Marcli '    "i li iiics Pctlry, agent.
PEAI E RI\ ER  I.AND DISTRICT.
TAKE   nolice   that   lie
TAKE   nolice thut   Tl
IClipilliuli
nermission
described lands
Commencing ut n posl
mil,    north   lillll   llhllllt    1
lie .'.' mile post estilldisl
i   Mounted Poliee trail u
,1 lite Pence River ul  llu
reek; llience soulh Ko .1
I    .'hnins;   thence north
vest Kn chains to puini '
lllniuillg fi.(o acres 111.,!,
I, 10. THOMAS
Murch   8.   1911.   .laineii
I'EACE RIVEK LAN!
District  ol   tn
Muslim, of
ret, intends
.irciiase the
planted ahout 53
i miles wesl ni
ted mi lhe 11. N.
11 the nnrth lunik
1 moiitli nf Cush
nins; thencc eust
In .hnins; llience
! .iiininencclllciil,
nr less.
Ml IS It )N.
Pettrv   ugent.
UISTRICT.
I bun.
PKACE RIVER l.AND DISTRICT.
Districl  ul Cariboo.
TAKIC  imtice  thut .tunics Willinm  Me-
Qustiiiii,   of Dnwsou,    y. T., occupalion
Miner,  inteiuls tn apply fur permission lo
purchuse  the following ilescrilieil  lands;.
Cniiiineiicing ui u post planted on the
west bunk of Hnlfwny River about 2o
miles downstream Irom the mnuth ol Cyp
ress Creek; llience wcsl Ko chains; thelice
soutli Ko chains; llience east ho chuius;
thence north 80 tliains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less,
Jen).      JAMES WILLIAM McQUSTION,
l'eh. 25th.,   Hill.     Frank Wnlsnn, agent.
PKACK RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District nl Carihoo.
TAKIC   notice   thut   Charles    Brown,   "I
Vnncouver, II. C. occupution Miner intends
in apply ior perinissiun  in purchase the
following ilcscrihcil lands!—
Commencing ut a pust pltintctl . mile
west frnm Halfway River about M miles
downstream from the mouth nl Cvpress
Creek; thence west Ko chains; thencc north
80 chuins; tiience cusl Ko chuins: llience
soi.th Ko chains in puint nl commencement,
containing 640 acres inure nr less.
Jc.lo. CHARLES I1R0WN.
February 28th., 1911,   Frank Waison, agt.
ell-
PEACE RIVER LAND DIS.KH-1-        ,,_
Districl ui Curiboo. «
!   TAKE notice that Tom Allan, of Van-1)_
couver   a C, occupation Mhiliu I
oilvinls m npplv  Inr permissinn  li
„,,. lhc lollowing ilescrilieil lands:
,-„. .maul,   al  a   pnsl   nlnnted on  lire
wesl bnnk ol Hnllway River about 10
miles ilowastream [mm lhe mouth "i Cypress Creek; Ihcnce wesl 80 chuins, Hen"
.mrth Kn 1I1.lies; thelit'c cusl Ko itiullis
i ... or less m river bank, thence south
",„„.   river   bank  tn  puint  nl eninlilcuce
!'1'™;U' • **"%£a\wF
March 1st., 1911.    Frank Watsmi  agent.
Seattle,   «
vli,Is    lo    ,•
the   lollowi
S.ilvsm
iscribed lunds;-
t a pust |>lanted about 51
iniiis nortli .nut aboui 11 miles west of
lhe :.' inilv post established on thc R. N.
tt It , 11I11I Police 11,nl mi the nurth hank
1,1   li,   Pence   Unci  .11   llu- innutli  nl   Cash
Sn cli'n ns.  thencc south Rn ciinius;  theuce
ensl Sn chuins, lo point nl commencement,
. ait.niiiii. 640 acres more 01 less,
.lew HENR.  SIIUPERA.
M mil 7, mn.     James Pcllry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl nl Cnriboo.
TAKIC notict   that Memo Moore,  nl Sc-
illlc,  Wa.sli ,  ordination   Lineman,  intenils
1  apply  lur  nennissl o  purchasi:  the
Iollowin     described   lands
I' mencing at n post planled about 51
miles iiorth and nbout 11 miles west uf
the il mile pnsl eslublished mi lhc It. N.
Vi Mounted Police irail mi the north hank
nl lhc Pence River al the mouth ul Cash
Creek; thence south Kn chuins; thence west
Kn chains; thence norlh Ko chains; thence
easl Sn chains, e. point nl commencement,
1 ,111.1111111). .40 acres mnrc 01 less.
Je In. MEMIl   Mill.UIC
March ;   nu      Jnmes Pctlry. agent.
ni tho Peace River at Ihe mnuth nl Cash
I'reck; thencc nnrth Kn chains; tlicnce easl
Ku  chains;   tlicnce suutli Ko  chains;   thence
west Ko cliains in point nl commeucemenl,
cmit.iiiiiiii. 0411 acres nmre nr less.
Je.10. WILLIAM JOHN HAVTICR.
March, 8.  mu.   J nines Pettrv. agent.
PEACE RIVER  LANI) DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKIC   nuiice     thut   James   Conrad   nl
Dawson, V. T., occupation miner, Intends
In upply   fur  pcrmissiini  tn  purciuise  the
luliuwing described lauds:-
Commencing ut a pnst plnnted on the
west   hunk   of   Hulfwuy   Rivet, abuul  20
ed about 51 I miles    downstream   Irnm   the month  nl
s wcsl frnm I Cypress   Creek,     Ihcnce   west  80  chnins;
the R. N.   llience  north    80  chuins;    Iheuce  eust  60
ce south   nloiig
PKACK RIVKR 1.ANI) DIoiRKT.
District ol Carilmn.
TAKK imtice thut George Ayrcsome, nl
Vancouver    H.   C, occunnllon   travelling
salesman,  inteiuls lo n""ly Inr ncrtnissinii
In  purchase  the  following described  Innils:
Cuiiniicii-in.r  ul   a  pnsl   planled  on   the
west   bnnk    nl   Ilnllwny    Kiver   nbout   1,1
miles ilnwiisteam Irom the lhc mnuih nl
Cypress Creek;     thelice   west    80   chains;
thence   norlli     80  chains;   thencc  cast   40
chains, mure or less, tn river bank, llience
soutli along river bank to point nl commencement, contnining .sbo acres more nr
less.
Je.io.                  GEORGE AVltliStl.MK.
February  28th., lull.    Frank   Wuts Igt,
|j Close & Brown
<j       South Fort George, B. C.
GENERAL
JERCHANTS
<J   A liome without a Gramaphone is like a town
►:
PEACE RIVER  I.ANH 111..i«l) '
Disirici ul Curil	
TAKE nntiee thnl .Ine Slit -nl "I int
uver II. C, occupation Laborer, Intend
apply Inr nermission  in  purchase th
11,,wiiii. described lands: ,      ..   ,
atremn frnm 'tlio   mouth., ol «J      K|iNN|,., ,   ri,ll|i;N ^   _
ist    Kn
Iuuiih; 1)1
nt HO 14
ixiiiit   _t
Cypress  Crock;    llience
thence  soutii     Hn .'Iiuin
ciiuins;  llience  nortli  Ho ciinius  l"  pojn
ul   commencement,     nm taining ''I"  ucre;
more ur less.
je.io. .1013 SHKPPBBD.
Murcli ist., 19IJ1    Prank Wnlsnn, anent
RUSSELL PEDEN
rn .luhn IIuyitT
in Engineer, In-
.iiin to purchase
TAKK notice tlwt W
ul Seattlej Wavli., o«u|
teiuls tu o- " i"r "•'.!
ilif followin" ilescribed
ComH-BiicIng at n pot
unit's north iiii'i .1) out
the 22 milt, nost estftbl	
. Mumitcri Police tnul un tlie north bunk \ chains tu rivet bunk; them
I'EACE KIVER LAM) DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that BenjAmin Franklin
Walker, of Seattle, Wash., occupation carpenter, iniends to p ' i">' —'ission tu
nurchase the follow.!.-   describstl bmds:-
Commeiicing at .1 pusi planted ubuut 51
milos north and ubuut 13 miles west Irum
the 2;. mile posl established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail 011 the nurlh bunk
of the Pence River at thc mouth ol Cash
Creek; thence north 80 clmins; thencc went
Ho chains; thence smith Hu chuins; theuce
east Hu chains, to point ol commencement,
t'liiitaiuinir 640 acres more ur less.
Je.io     BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WALKER
Marcli, B.  1t.11.   -antes Pettr-   airent.
river bunk    to  point oi commencement,
containing  580 acres mure ur less.
Je.io. JAMES   CONRAD.
Feb. 23th., iyn.     Frank Watson, ngent.
l'EACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICI'.
Districl ol Curibuu.
TAKIC notice thnt Jnmes Riley, ol Van
couver, II. C, occupation teamster, intends
to  apply  fur  permission  to  purchase  the
fulluwing described binds;
Cummencing nt u pust planted on the
west bunk uf Halfway River ubuut 12
miles   downstream    from the mouth of
Cypress Creek; theuce west Ho t .nins;
thence north Hu chuins; thenee enst 40
chains, mure ur less, lo river bank, >hence
suuth along river bank tu puint ileum
mencement, containing 4Ho acres mure or
less.
Je.lo, JAMES   RILEY,
March 1st., 1911.    Frank Watson, agent,
PEACE RIVER LAND DI.-..H1CT.
District ol Caril)	
'    TAKE nutiee   Unit   Juhn  William Currv,
,,f  Vancouver,     B.   C,  occunation   Hotel
Clerk, intenda to nnnly
purchase the followim- d
The
NORTHERN LUMBER
8
on i„ >A
*'"   ,.'_
ml   I, ' 4
,.l 1   5.
rlhcd lmul:
Coinmencing ai a post iilanted all
mile west Irom Hnlfwny River and about
B milm d.iwiisiii-mii Iran Hu' moutli "I!J
Cypress Crock: tiience w.si Hn chains; 14
tiience s.niili s« chains: llience east HulJ
chains; llicnci' norlli Bn cliains lo nolnl <>( I a
cpmmencemenl, containing <i.in acres more 1
PEACE RIVEK l.ANU UISTRICT.
Distritt ..I Cariboo.
TAKE  nnliee tlmt Ons.  Stillien, of Se
llle, Wash., o-ciinalliin Musician   intends I _i miles
i nurchase llie   Cypress     Creek
I'KACE UIVER  I.ANII UISTR1W,
District ul Carilmn.
TAKE notice tlmt Willinm James Eliot
ul Vniicuuver 11. C, occupation ..liner uud
|.r..sjif,t-ii, Intends lu apply lor permission
tn purchase the following described lands.
Commencing ut a pust planted nu the
west bank at Halfway River about 20
miles downstream Irmu the mnuth ui
Cypress Creek. thence west Ho clinins;
theuce south Bu chuins; theuee east Bu
clmins; thence nurth 80 chuins tu point ul
commencement, containing 640 acres more
ur less.
Je.io.     WILLIAM JAMES ELIOT.
Feb. 25th., iiu.    Frank Watson, ngent.
PEAI K RIVER  LAN'll DISTRICT.
District ui Caribuo.
TAKE  notice   Hint   Tl lus  Colbert,   ol
Seattle, Wash., occupation engineer, in
tends ■ .' '.ir permission l,i nurchjse
llu      I wii    descriled lands:-
4    el .,   ■   .it  a   mist  illumed  aboul   sl
miles  nurlh   and   about   11   miles  west   of
,4 .'.' milii iiusi established on  lhe U.S.
«   M led Police truil on the nurth bank
1.1 lhe Peace River nt the mouth "f Cash
Creek; thence suuth 811 chuins: thence easl
Sn cliains: llience nurlh Bo chums: thencc
west 80 cliains tu ]..iiui 1,1 commencement,
colilnillillg -4u .teres inure ur less,
Je I" THOMAS COLBERT,
M rcli 7, 1911,     James Peltry, agenl.
tu  nnnly  In
followi!!- del
Cutiimclicili
PEACE R1VEP LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici ol Cnrihuu.
TAKE nolice thut Jumes McConnell, of
Dawson  V.   T.,  occupation  miner,   intends
to  upply   fur   permissiuli   to  purcnase  the
fulluwing described lands:
Cummencing ut 11 pust planted about   .
mile west ul  Hallway Riier und about
wn strenm irum the moutli ol
thence    west   8n   chuius;
['''I'd lunds tiience   Smith    80   chuins:    thence   cusl   80
pust plnnled  about  51 : c|m|ns;   tiience north Bu chains to  puint of
nh mnl ubuul I.l miles wesl irum   commencement,  colltnlllllh. 640 acres mure
PKACK RIVKR l.ANI) UlbiRlCT,
District of Curilmo.
TAKI*. imtice thut Jumcs Enter, ot Vnncuiiver, B.C., occupation iniutr, intends to
upply for permission tu purchase the following deicribed lands;-
Coiumeucing at a post planted on tne
east bank of iinlfwav river about 13 miles
downstream from the mouth of Cypress
Creek; thence east 40 chains; llience north
80 ehnins; theme west 80 chains; lhrr.ee
south 20 ihains, more or less to river
bunk, thence along river hank to point
of commencement,    containing .)8u acrea
more ur less.
Je.io. JAMKS HATKR.
Mnrch tat., 1911.     Frank Watsun, ayent.
Je.l.
March   1.   mil.      Frank   Watsmi    Agent.
miles
the 22 mile post established oil the )<*. N,
W. Mounted Police trail un llie nortli bank
uf the I'eaee River at llie inoutli of Cash
Creek; thence suutli 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence nurth Hu chains; thence
eust 80 chains to puint '.f commencement,
containing .140 acres mure ur less.
Je.io. GUS. STl'MKN.
March. 8.   1911.    ..allies  Pettrv,   npent.
Je 10 JAMKS McCONNELL,
Feb. 27th, 1911.     Frank Waison, agent.
PEACK RIVEH LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet of Cariboo.
PEACK RIVEH  LAND DISTHICT.
Distrtct  ol Carih   ■
Lomn       '..   al & ■■    _hnxA m
nilei ■ rl and ibout 11 n cs west of
ihe 22 mile post establish) 1 the R. N.
A Mount* t Police ti a thi north bank
•I the Pea e Eivci    t the m   itli of Cash
reel    •',■■,-;■     -, c|,aju   thenceeast
»"est _ nt   1 commencement,
. nl  ii ■■     '.4-   acrea more ur less.
'v i ■     RULLO HAKRY  SYLVESTER.
March r. i*ii.     James Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND Din.RICT.
Dislrict  of Cariboo.
TAKK    notice    that   George   Henry,
Hamilton,   Wash,   occupation   Farmer,   in- ;
tends to apply fur uermission to purchase
the  following  described  lands:-
Commencing  at  a  pust  planted on  the 1
west    bank   of    Halfway   river     abuut   14 j
TAKE  notice  that Clarence  Fisher,  ot I m',es downstream from the mouth of Cy-i
Seattle,   Wash.,    occunation   Lineman,   in-   press Creek;  thence west 80 cliains: thence,
tends to i>- '    fur -ermiasion to purchaae  "orth 80 chains; thence east 70 chains to
■ river bank,  thence south aloti" river bank :
to point of commencement, containing 580
acres more or less. 1
Je.   m. CEORCE HKNRV.
Feb. 27th,  1911.     Frank Watsun, agent.
I'KACE RIVKR LAND DIhlRlCT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKK notice lhat James MacDonild, of
Dnwsoti, Y. T. occiipatiun miner, intends lo
apply for perinissiun lo purchase the fol*
luwiiH' described  lands:*
Cummencing at u pust planted on the
cast bank of Halfway River about 10
miles down stream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek: thence nurth 80 chains;
tlicnce west 80 chains; thence south 20
chains, to river bnnk, thence alone river
bank tu point of commencement, cuntaining
120 acres more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS M.icDONALD.
March  ist., ign.     Frank Watson, agent.
PEACK RIVER  LAND DISTHICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  nutiee  that  William  Jackson
Vancouver lt. C.   occupation  Lumberman
intends lu apnly  fur permission  to purchase   the   fullowiii -   described   lauds
Commencing al a post planted oil the
east bunk of Halfway River about 9
miles downstream from the mouth of
Cvpress Creek; thencc east 80 ehains:
thence north 80 chains: thenee west 40
chains, mure or less, to river banl.: thence
south along river bank to point of commencement, containing 6.J0 acres more or
less.
Je.io. WILLIAM JACKSON.
Marcli  2nd, 19I1.    Frank   Wnlson   aceitt.
i
GENERAL MERCHANTS
iinufacturers of all
gh und dressed
LUMBER
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed
I
!
i
►:
dry mnl i
must be  used  to make i
building resist the frost i
of winter S
Store, Office and Lumber Yard, South Fort George i
We are consistent in our
prices and the stock is
new in our big Second St.
Store
Our lumber is
I
If Wi W* ^K t\r%Z Wi ^K ^>K Wi Wt ^^ W* ^rv a W* •^r^ ?
PEACK RIVKR   I.AN'D DImRICT.
Districl  of Caribou.
TAKE   notice   lhat   Robert   Watsou,   of
Vancouver,  H.  C. uccupaiion  Lumberman,
intends to ai"1'" for nermission to nurchase the  followin" described  binds:- ^
Commencing  at   a  pust   planled on   theji
east  bank of Hallwav River about 7 tmles   f^
downstream .mm the mouth of Cvnress
Creek; thence north 80 clmins* thonce west [C
80 chains inure or less to river bank, \f_
tlicnce south nloinr river bank to noint of I
commencement, containing 400 acres more <
or less.
Je.io ROBERT  WATSON.
March 3. 191I.    Frauk Waison, agent.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
the followim- described li
Commenciiij! nt a pusi planted about 51
miles north and about 13 miles west frnm
the 24 mile post established on the H. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on lhe north bank
of the Peace River ai the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence south Hu chains; thence cast
80 chains; Ihenee nurtli fio chains; tlicnce
west Ko chains to puint of commencement,
containing fc_|o arcs more or less.
Je.io. CLARENCE l-ISIIKR.
March *., 1911,     James Pettrv. agent.
PEACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuu.
TAKK imtice that Ral'ih Johnson, of
S.m". 1. ft'ash., occupation Citrpenter, in-
tt mis 1 apply i^r permission i> purchase
the I II wini; described lands.
C imraencing at a post planted about 53
miles nortii and about 11 miles west of
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
Vi. Mounted PoH« trail un the north bank
til tin- I'eaee River at the moutli ol Cash
Creek; llience north 80 chains; thence west
Ku chains; thence south Hn chains thence
easi (Jo chains, to puint ul commencement,
Lutiiainiug 640 acres more or less
Je.io, KAI.l'H   JUHNtsUN.
.March 7, ion.     James Pettry, ugent.
l'KACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT
District  of Caribo...
TAKK notice thai Charles Leo Denting,
oi Seattle, Hash., occuputiuii Shoe Sales
man, intends to ,i-dv for perim slon u,
pur liuse  the  (oiluwinB  descrihed   1 ml,.
Commencing m .1 post planted „ mt S3
miles north and ubout n miles wesi 1
the 22 mile post est.! .lisbud ,.n Uu K. N
\V, Mounted Police truil on the nortl bank
of the I'eaee River ai the mouth w Cash
Creek; thence south Hn chains; then., west
hn chains; thencc north 8u chains; thencc
e.isl Ko chains, to point ul commeiiccme t
containing h^o acres mure ur less.
Je.io. CIIARLKS LEO DEMING.
March 7, wn.     Jumcs Peltry, ugent.
PEACK RIVKR  I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE  notice  that   Ralph   Bromley,  of I
Vancouver,  B. C, uccupatiun Laborer, Intends  to applv fur permission  to purch-
ase the followim' described lands:-
Commencing at a posl iilanted about 49 \
miles north and about 13 miles west from
the 22 mile nost established on the R. N, ;
W. Mounted Police trail un the north bank
of the  Peace River at  the mouth of Cash I
Creek;   thenct north 80 chains;  thelice east
«o chains;   thence south 80 cliains;  thence
west 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres mure ur less.
Je.io. RALPH BROMLEY.
March 9,   I9U.      James Pettry, agent.    I
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  Frmik  Henry Melin,
nl Vancouver, B. C , occupation Miner, into upply for permission to purchase ;
bed   lands:
PKACK KIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that J hon Gray, of Vancouver, 11. C. occupalion Lumberman, intends to apply lor permission to purchase
tlie luliuwing described lands:*
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   on   the
west   hank      of   Hallway   River   about   15
miles   downstream     Irom      the   mouth   of I
Cypress     Creek;    thence     west   80   chains; ;
thence   south    80   cliains;     thence   eust   80
thence  north  80  cliains  to  point  of com- I
mencement,   cuntaining  040  acres  more  ur
less.
Julu JHON GRAY
Feb. 27th, iyn.     Prank Watson, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DI&i'RICT.    .   j
District  of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Lewis liuker Taylor,
of Vancouver B. C. occupation huckdrtver, !
intends to apply  for permission to purch- j
ase   the   following   ilescribed   lauds:-
Comraencing at a post nibiiceu on the
west bank of Halfway River about 17 '
miles downstream trom the mouth of Cyp- i
ress Creek1; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 60 chains to
river bunk, thence south alontr river bunk j
to point ol commencement, containing s8o '
acres inure ur less.
Je.io.      LKWIS  BAKER TAYLOR.
agt. :
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Malcolm James Mc-1
Kiniioii, of Dawson, Y. T.. occunation j
miner, intends to u'"»lv for nermission to 1
piircha.se  the   followim*   described   lands:-
Commencini'   at   a   post   planted   on   the 1
west   bank   of     Halfway     river   about   lo :
miles    downstream     from   the   mouth   of l
Cvpress   Creek;      tlicnce   west     80   chains;
Uienee   north     80   chains;    thence   east   20 ;
chains,   to   river   bank,   thence   alone   river i
bank to point of commencement, containing
3io acres more or less.
Je.io.     MALCOLM JAMES MtRINNON.
March   ist.,j9M.     Frank Watson, agent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici  ul   Caribou.
TAKE notice that  William Buckler,  of
Vancouver,    II.   C.   occupation    Drummer,
intends tn apnly fur permission to purchase the fuPuwiii" described landa:-
Cqmmencln? at a nost  planted nhoii.  1
mile enst of Halfwav Rt.-er nnd nbout Q
miles downstream from the month of
Cvnress Creek; thenee east 80 chaini;
thence south 80 chains: thence wext 80
chains; tlicnce north 80 chains to ""lnl of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or 'ess,
Je.l. Win'*1"    "'"r'T,KV.
March 2-   iqii.      Frank Watson   airent.
lhe  following  descr
Cummeiiciiui at a post planted about 49 I  February 271I1., 19I1.   FrankWatVoii
miles nurth and about  13 miles west frnm   -   .
lhe 22 mile post established on the R. N
V, .Mounted Police trail ot, the north bank
nl the Peace River at the mouth uf Cash
Creek, thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence smith Ku chains; thence
•ast 80 chains, to point ol commencement,
cuntaining 64U acres more or less
Je-io. FRANK HENRY MELIN.
March 9,  1911,      James  Peurv   (1j,eilt
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Mat Falvin of Dawson
Y.  T., occupation Miner, intends to apply i
fur   permission   to   purchase   the   following
described lands:-
Commencing at a post iilanted about % !
mile wesl of Halfway River and about 12 \
miles duwnstrvam from the mouth uf Cyp- ;
ress Creek; thence south 80 chains; thonce j
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains; ;
thence east 80 chains to point of com- j
mencement, containing 640 acres more or |
less.
Je.io. MAT FALVIN.
February 28.  l9ll.    Frank Watson, agent.!
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Robert Samuel Irwin j
oi Vancouver B.  C.  occupation  bartender, >
intends  to   apnlv  Ior permission   to purchase   the   following   ilescrilieil   lauds:-
Commencing at a post iilanted % mile
from the west bank of Hallway River
about 8 miles downstream from the mouth
ol Cypress Creek; thenee west 80 chains; I
thence nortii 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; theuce south 80 chains to noint of j
commencement,  containing  640  acres mure
Je  10 ' ROBERT SAML'EL IRWIN,
Marcli  Hlli.I'jii        mink   Watsou,   ueent.
'•> "A. I   iV
P1SACE H.1V1.H  I.AM) UISTRICT.
Disiria of Caribuo,
TAKE notice tlmt U.mi.l Ctiimitigliain,
"i S-ultl., tt.isli., occupation Miner, iniends lu .t'-'iv Inr neriiiiM,i.,ii to purcliase
llie luliuwinjj ilescribed lands:-
(."inui.ii-inp ni a posl planted about 51
miles  nnilli   .mil  about   ij  miles   west   ul '
llie 22 mllc post estu .lisn.il on the ll. X.
v.  Muunti I Police troll mi the norlli bnnk
ol the Peace Kiwi al the moutli ol Cash
treek; ili.iicc in.rili ha ch s;  thenceeast
81. chains;  thence south Su chains;  tlicnce
west K<> chailis to poinl i.l    .mmeiiccmciit.
I'.iit.iiiuhj; (.40 lures more    t !c4s.
Je.io, DAN I i:i. 1.1 S'NINGHAM,
March, 8.  t9H.   .1 ■» Prtir.   „_,.,„.
attle
links
Uic a
vr. Mo
nl  lhe
Creek;
PEACE RIVEK l.ANU DISTRICT.
Uistrlcl ui. Caribuo.
I'AKE   imtice     that   Jalms   Deaver,   i.l
Wash.,  occupation   marine  .ergt., 1
lo arnily lur permission to purcli! j
1 illowini. descrilied lands;
lencing «i a posl planleil about 49 !
nil  nnd  abullt   11   miles  wesl  ni
mile post  eslublished mi lhe R. N. ;
nled Police trail on llie north bank
ieace  River al  the moutli nf Cush1
"•'■ "   1   "li  80 chains;   thenceeast
smith Ho chains;  thence
point nf commencement,
res more nr less.
IAMES DEAVER.
Ho chains, tli
wesl 80 chain
containing ...,.
Je.lo.
March  6,   1911,   Ja
vtirv
at;elit.
Cariboo Land District - Districl ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Florence M, Lyons
"I V.ni. mver, II. C. occupation stenog
rnplier, Intends to spply for permission 1 .
purchase  the Inlluwiiig described  binds
Cninmencing at a pnst plnnled m ihe
N. VV. corner ..1 i.„t 1646 .m.i about i
miles wcsl ol Punclio Uk., Ihcnce north
hn cnhiiis; tlicnce e.isl 8n chains; theuce
south 8,1 chains;   llience west 80 chains to
place ol commencement, and containing 640
acres more or Icbs.
a|U9. FLORENCE M. LYONS.
March loth,  1.11.   Juhn MncDoncll, ngt,
Ci riboo Land Disirici - District nl Cariboo.
'IAKK  notice  tlmt  Peter Kliriiiainilruiit, '
ant ..I V,nm,umt 11. C. occupation butcher
intends   to   apply   Inr   |,erniissii,ii   lo   par-
chase  the  [ollowing  described  Iniids;-
( ommenelng nt 11 post planted 4 miles!
nortl, .,,,,1 2 miles east ol the N. E. enrner j
ul Ul  ,(*5  1 about (, miles imrth and
3 ml es east ol Poncho Lake, Ihellce nnrlh !
»" chains!   llience eust  _„ chalnsi   llience I
■milii  8n  .hums    l|,e„u.  „.,.sl  8u c|mh|-  l()
'' l   "'     'niiiiuencciieiii,   and   containing
Nn acrea nmre nr less.
PETER EHRMANNTRANT
arch 14, mi,     .iol,,, MncDoncll, agent.
C-,ril """I Ul»trlcl     Dislrict ol Caribni-
1'AKK notice thai 11. Wiiiierniile, nf
Vaucomcr, 11 0 Occupalion rnncher, in-
Uuils I,, .11.1 -1 - for pcrmiSTdoll to purchase
tlic lollowing described landsi-
Commeucing at ,1 pnsl planteu in miles
nortii of the N. VV. enrner ol Lot 1(154,
mnl about IJ miles iiAtrt.lt and 1 mile wesl
ol Poncho Lake, Ihenee nnrth Ho chailis;
theuce   east   Ho   ehnins;     tlicnce   smith   Hn
'! 1:  thenee  wesl   80 chains In   place nl
■■miuiieiiceineiu, and Containing 640 acres
nmre nr less.
ap.av). 11. WINTKRMITE.
Murch  14.   1911      John  ..L.cDmiell,  agent.
of
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  nl Cariboo.
TAKE    notice  'hut  Ihrrv  lM.__',«s,  o
Vancouver,   11.   C.   nccupation   lintel   ii,rk
inteiuls to  apply h-r  iiermission  to oiirch
ase lhe lollowing  described  l.imls:
Commencing   ul   a   post   planted   . II   the
west   bunk    ol     Hallwuy   Rivet   about   1?
miles   downstream  irnm    the  mmith ol
Cypress Creek; theuce wesl 80 chains;
llience smith Hu chains; thelice easl 80
chains to river bnnk, llience north, along
river hunk to point nl commencement,
containing 640 acres nmre nr less.
Je.io. HARRY  PARSONS.
February  27th., 1911.    Frank Watsmi. agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND Din. RICT.
Dislrict „l Carilmn.
TAKE nnliee that James Rcid.nf Dawson
V.   T.,   occupation   prospector    intends   to
apply for  permissinn  to purchase the  following   described   lands:.
Commencing  at a  pnst plumed on  the
west bank ol Hallway River about 18
miles down stream Irian lhe Innutli ol
Cypress Creek; thelice west Bo chains;
thence snath Ho chains; thence eust 811
chains, tnnre nr less, in rher liaiik, thence
north along rner lunik to point iil com-
mencement, containing 640 acres rnnre or
less.
Jem. JAMKS RKID.
.,1911.    Frank Wats
I'KACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cariboo.
TAKE   notice     that   John   Slewnrt,   nf
Vancuuver,   B.   C.   occupalion   Prospector,
intends In apply Inr |wrmissinii  to purchase the foUowin.   described  lands:- j C
Commencing   at  a   pnst   planted  on   the ! J.
east   bank   nl  the   Hallway   River   about  7
miles  downstream     Irom   the   moutb   of
Cypress   Creek:   thence
thence   east    80   cliains;
chains;  tliencc west Ho chains  to [Hunt ol    -
cnmmencemeiit,  containing 6411 acres tnnre  V.
or less. I__?r -
Je 10 JOHN STEWART, "^
March 2. igil.     Frnnk Watson       cnl.
PKACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Herbert Youtlir, ol '
Vancouver, P. C. occupation Hmker, in- 1
tends to apply inr permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands:-
Cummencing ut a pust planted mi tke I
east bank ul Hallwuy River about 8 miles j
down stream Imm the muulh ul Cypress
Creek; llience east 4u chains; thence imrth ;
80 chains; theuce west 80 chains mure ur |
less, lo river bunk, thence suuth along I
river bank tu point ul commencement, cun- I
taining 480 acres mure nr less.
Je.lo. HERBERT YOUNG.
Murch 3,  1911,        Frank Watsun, agent.1
We have
seen.cd the
exclusive
aprency for
the
Canatlian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
Just Drop In and Let Us Show You.
vc pay Hneciu
mail orders.
-.-m.iiili.r wc pay _n_ciul attention ta
iruere.
I
a JOHN A* FRASER W
north 8n chains;   ij [I
thence south 80 \__ «?_-_.__«____._.,_._    AllCGluri ~ K
ft
Front Street, QUESNEL,.   C.
Yr^*^*^A^*^*l'4_Vr4WA''4?Tr<W*^r&t
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISIRICT.
District ol Caribuu.
TAKE notice that Alexander Pellett, uf
Vancuuver B. C. uccupaliun Spinster, intends to almly iur permission to -.urchase
the  lullowing  described  hiiids:-
Cnmmeiiciiig at a pust planled un the
nurth bank ol Cha Wa Ded creek, about i'i
miles upstream Irum Hallway river;
Iheuce norlh HI) chain-; llience eust 80
chains; thence snuth 80 chains; thence west
80 chuins lu point uf cummencement, cuiilaiuing 640 ucres mure nr less.
Je   10 ALEXANDER PELLETT,
March Sth.lyll.     Frank  Watsun,  agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribuu.
TAKE nutiee that Annie Slrnndberg, ol
Vancuuver,. 11.  C.  uccupatiun Spinster,  intends tu upply fur permission lo purchase
the fulluwing descrioed lauds:
Cummencing  at   a   pnst   plauted  un   the
east bank ul llullwuy  River ubuul j miles
downstream Irnm   tiie moutii ol Cypress
Creek, thenee east fifl chains; Ihenco nurlh
80 chains; thelice west Co chains Inure nr
less to river bunk, thence smith along
river bunk to point ol commen cement, and
containing 640 ucres mure ur less.
Je.io. ANNIE STRAND1IER0.
March 3,  1911,        Prank Walsnli, ageul.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Districl  nl Caribuo.
'.n ''' i'i'""," "'•'' Robwl McCu>
•attle, Wash., occupetlon teamster
nils to aimlv [„r ■..rmissiun to purchuse j   February 27th
e Iollowin.. descrilied lunds:-	
, TK«cln_ at a post ..hinted abuut 40 PKACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
ues  north   and  about   11   miles  wesl  ol Dislriel  ol Cnrihoo.
" " mi'e ,,"',sl established on the R. N. I   TAKE nutiee that William Clianman, ol
a 1 mice trnil nn the imrth bank I Vancouver,  B.  C. occupation Commercial
agt,
w Mi
ol 1 he I cave  R,vrr ul   the mouth of Cash ! traveller
creek, thence north 80 chains: 1 hence west
""cliains:  thencc smul, Ho chains;   thence
east Bu chains, to 1 « „[ commencement,
containing 040 acres nmre nr less
Je.io. ROBERT McCoy.
March 7.  1011,      ,lajm.s p,Urv
a.etit.
Mar
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ,,f Curibuo.
"TAKB notice  that William  Yeuger, ol
Seattle  Wash., occupation I.,.  ... Intenda
"apply   „r permissinn  to  purchuse the
lollowini' describeil hinds;-
Commencing at u pnst plumed about au
miles nurth und about tl miles west nl
the a. mile post established nn the 11. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice truil mi the nnrlh bank
ul the Peace River at llle muulh uf Cush
Creek; thence smith 80 chains; Iheuce wcsl
80 chums; thence nnrlh 80 chains; thence
casi 80 elmins, to point ,,[ commencement
containing (.40 acres nmre ur less.
J"". WILLIAM  YEAOER.
Murch 7, mn.      J„mes pettry, ngent.
ntends to apnly fur ••"rmissiun
lo purcliuse the lollowing described lands:-
Commencing at it pnst piunted une mile
west ol Hnlfwny River, ubuut 17 miles
downstream Irum the mmilh ol Cynress
Creek; Iheuce west 80 chnins; llience nnrlh
8n chains; thence eust 80 ciinius; thence
south 80 chuins to poinl ol commeucemenl
containing 640 aires mure ur less.
Je  10. WILLIAM CHAPMAN.
February 28U1., mil.   Frank Watsun, agt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Disirici ul Curibuu.
,'.|AK!. "','ticc llml •'"ll" Slanltv ol Se-
"■ue, Wush., uccuputiun lenmster, intends
jo apply Inr permissinn tn purchase the
lollowing descriheil lunds:-
tnnimciuii,,.  al   ,,   post   pl„iil_,|  ul,,,,,,   .,
miles north and about 11 miles wesi 'ol
the 12 mile imst established mi ihe II. N
W, Mounted Police truil on the
PEACK RIVKR LAND DIclRI.I'.
Districl  ol  Caribou.
TAKE   nnliee    Unit   Duvid     Munme,   ol
Vancouver,  B.     C, occupation    Merchunt
traveller, intends In apply lur permissiun
In purchuse the [ollowing descriueil lands:
Commencini; at a pnsl planted nue mile
west ol llullwuy River about 18 miles
dnwnslreum Irum the muulh of Cypress
Creek, llience wesl 80 chains; llience noutli
811   eliuins;   thence  eust   Hu  chuins;    thencc
1 nurlh 80 chuius lo point ni cnmmellcemeut
containing 6411 ncres nmre ur less,
.le.io. DAVID MUNROK.
;   February  -8th., 1911.   Frank Watson, ngt.
PEACK RIVKK LAND D1...KICT.
District of Curibou.
TAKK nuiice that Charles Jackson, ol
Vaucouver, B. C„ uccupatiun Steamboat
man, intends tu aimlv lur permissiun tu
purchase the followin" described lallds:-
Cummeiiciiig ut 11 oust planted un the
imrth bunk uf Cha Wa Ded Creek, ubuut
2 miles aiistream Irum Halfway River,
thence nnrth 811 chuius; llience west 811
chains; theuce smith 80 chains; thence
easi Hu chnins tu point nf commencement,
containing 640 acres mure nr less.
Je.io. CHARLES JACKSON.
March  8lh.mil.      Frank  Watson,  agent.
PliACB RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ui Curibuo.
TAKE   imtice   lliut   Alex.   McKelma,   uf
Vancuuver, B. C, occuputiuii Parmer, Intends to apply fur permissiun lu mircnnse
lhe   fulluwing   describeil   biiuls:-
Cummeiicing at a pnst planleil mi the
east flunk ul Halfway River, uud about 5
miles downstream Irum the mouth of Cypress Creek; llience nurtli 80 chnins; thence
wesl 80 chains to river bunk, theuce suulh
along river bank to point ui commencement, containing .pn ucres mure nr less.
Je.lo. ALEX  McKKNNA.
March 3,  1911.        Frank WatSon, ngent.
Occidental Hotel |j
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor k
QUESNEL, B. C.        |S
Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms, I
Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room. g
'A Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day ti
A WIRE FOR ROOMS ^
PEACK RIVER I.AND DISIRICT.
District oi Carilioo.
TAKE notice that Hugh Murdnck, ol
Vuncouver, B. C. uccupatiun nmspectur,
intends tu apnly lur nermission to purchase the following described lands:-
Cummencing at n "ust '•tinted aboul 1
mile west Irom Hallway River abuut 8
miles dnwnstream Irum Cynress Creek;
thence snuth 80 chuins; thence west 80
chuins; thence north 80 chains; theuce east
80 chnins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres mure nr less.
Je.io. HUGH MURDOCK.
Marcli 8th. 1911.     Frank  Watsun,  lo'eat.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ul Carilmn.
TAKP. nuiice that James Husk, uf Vuncouver, B. c, occunation Furmer, Iniends
to   apply   fur   permission   t„   purcliuse   the
fnlluwiiig described lands:-
Commencing at a pust [ilanted mi the
west bunk uf Ilalfwny River and abuul 6
miles duwnstrcum Irnm the mm. .,,.
ress Creek; thence west 80 chains; tlicnce
north 80 chains: Ihuneu east fiO chains;
mure nr less tu river bank; thencc smith
along river bank to puint c,t commencc-
ment,euntuiuiiig boo ucres more or less
Je.lo. JAMKS  BUSK.
March 3,  1911,        Fr,,„k Wataon, ngent
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribou.
TAKK uuticc thai Alice Mny Slmrtreed,
J Vancuuver,  11. C. occupation Clerk,  in-
lends In upply   Inr iiermissi n   tn purchase
tlle  InlbiWill"  described  lands
Cninmencing   al   a   pnsl   planted   on   the
west bunk nf HnllwnV river anuiil 14 miles
   ,.„rlli hunk I dnwiistreiim    frum   the  mnuth  nf  Cvnress
I the I ence River at the tnnutl, „l Cnsh ' Creek; thence west 411 chains; thence smith
t-reek: thence smilh 80 chuins: thence east 80 chains: thence enst 80 chains, to river
»u chnins: thence north 80 chains; llien.e 1 bank; thence north ulong river bank to the
west 80 clmins to point ol coninieiiument,' point ul commencement, contuining 560
containing 640 acres more nr less. I accei mure or less.
Je.m. JOHN  STANLEY. Je.10. ALICE MAY SHORTKEKD
M..rch 7, 1911.     James Pettry, agent.       February -Bih., 1911.   Frank Watson, agt.
PEACK RIVKR LAND uiu-RU-l,
Dislrict of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice lhat Thomas Coulter, of
Vancouver II. C, occunation prosnector,
intends lu u|Vlv Iur permissiun to purchase the followin- descrilied laiids:-
Cummeiicin. at 11 oust planted about 3
miles west [rum Hallwav River ubuul 8
miles dnwnslreum from the mnuth nf -ypress Creek; thence wesl 80 chain1" thence
smith 80 chuins; thence eust 80 chains;
tlicnce nurth 80 chuins tu point of commeucemenl, contuining Mo ncres mure ur
less.
Je.to. THOMAS  COULTER.
Marcli 8th.1911.     Frank  Watsun,  airent.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Carilion.
TAKK nntiee thai Richard Davidson, ol
Vancuuver B. C. ncciipatiuii Woodsman,
inteiuls lu unnly fur nermissinn tn purcl,.
use the inllnwini. descrihed luiids:-
Cnliimcnein. ut a pnst plnnted 1 miles
west Irum Ilnllwny River nnd about 7
miles dnwiistreiim frnm tlie mmith nl Cvnress Creek; thence west 80 chuins; tliencc
Iiorth 80 chnins; thencc east 80 cnains;
thelice soutli 80 chuins to point oi commencement, containin 640 acres more or
lesa.
J..!of RICHARD DAVIDSON.
March Ith.nn,     Frank Watsun, agent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Curibuu.
TAKK nuiice that William Biirdmiin, „f
Vniicuuver, II. C,  uccuputiun  Furincr,  intends to apply for permiaslon to purchase
the luliuwing described lauds:-
Cuiiinienciiig nl „ .„,st „l„„ted ,,„ the
west bunk ol Ilulfway River about 5 miles
dnwiistreiim fmm the muulh „f Cypreas
Creek; thence west 80 chnins; thonce north
Ho chains; thencc east 60 chains, more or
less, to river bunk, tliencc south ulouir
river bunk to point of commencement.
Containing J.n acres more or less.
Je.10. WILLIAM BIIRDMAN.
March j,  1911,        Frank Watsi
audit.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Crib	
TAKE notice thnt Gcnfe Wilkinson, nf
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, in-
ends to apply inr permissinn i„ nurchase
Hie [ollowlng described Innds:-
Commenclng at a pnst oiuntcd one mile
west   Irom   Hallway   River   ,11 bout   5
miles downstream frnm tlie mmith ,,f Cypress Creek, thencc smith go chains' thelice
wesl 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains'
thence east 80 chains lo point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Je.io. GEORGE WILKINSON.
March 4. 19U.    Frank Watsou, agent.
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PEACH RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District u( Cariboo.
TAKE liotico tlmt Robert Linton, nf
Vancouver, It C, occupation Farm Hand,
intcmls to npply for permission to purcli*
ase the following described lauds:-
Commencim' at a pnst plantod one mllc
wwl from Hnlfwny River ami about 2%
miles downstrcnm from tlie moutli ol Cyp
rcss Creek; iligiica south Hi, chaina; thenco
west 80 cliains; thence north 80 cliains;
tiience east 80 chains  to  point   of  con
PEACE IMVKl. LAND DISTRICT.
District <.( Cariboo.
TAKR notice thai Pntric O'Brien, of
Vancouver, li; C, oecupatioll laborer, in
tends to ii"-1" lur pcr.nuii.f6il to "iirchuse
the following doscribed luiids:-
Commenfclug at a post plhntod about 40
chains cast of post 96 on the R. N. W,
mounted police trail, nml about 5 miles
smith from  lho month oi Cypresa Creek;
tlicnce   cast   Ku    chains;    llience   north   80
hnins; thelice west Ho ehains; thence south
niencetin.ilt,   containing   (>\<>  ncres  more  or . 80 chains to poiut or coiuinouccilicilt,  Coll-
less.   I taining 649 acres more or less.
jn 10 ROBERT LINTON,
March 4th,   19I1.    Frank Waison, agent.
PEACH RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC nolice thnt George Kiii"ston, of
Vancouver, H. C, occupation Laborer, intend!, to applv for permission to pureliado
the  following   described   lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on the
east batik of Halfway River about 2%
uiiles downstream from the mouih of Cypress Creek; (hence ensl 80 clmins; theuce
SOUtll 80 cliains; llience wesl 80 chains to
river bunk; thence north u!dti» rivor bnnk
to' point of commencement, containing n.|0
neres more or less.
.le.io. GEORGE KINGSTON.
Mnrcli 4,  ion.      Prank  Watson, ngelll.
da.io. PATRU   11 11RIKN.
March 7th. 1911,   Prank Watson  o^oiit.
l'KACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict   ol Curiboo.
TAKI*: notice that David Hays, of Van-
Couvor,   H.  C., uccupatiun   laborer,   intends
to   npnly   for   •■-■"• liiHs.oti   tu   ■ uviinsc   tbe
Commencing "I I' "ost iilnnlcd nliuiit 3
miles east and l miie south of mile post
<jH on the R. N. W. Mounted Police Irail
and about y miles downstream from tbe
moulh of Cvpress Creek; llience north Ho
chains; tbence east 80 chuins; thence .south
80   chains;   thence   west   80   chains   to   the
poim   pi   commencement,   containing   640
acres more or less,
.le.io. DAVID HAYS.
Mnrcli 7U1. ion.   Frank Watson, ngent.
l'KACK RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that    George   Watson,    .
Vancouver, 11. C, occupation Laborer, it:
tends to npply lor permission to mirclins
the  following described  lands:-
Commencing at a post  planted on  tlio j to J lov
east bnnk of Ilnllwny River about 2% miles |     Con...._
down stream from thc mouth ol Cynress  miles 'ons't^'ami "1
Creek;  thence ens, H„ chnins;   Ihcnce north Ug ,„,   U,.  „    „   i^"ji"V»'it.,.<r!,.,'ii_c" tr.iii'
PEACE RIVER I.AVli UISTRICT.
District ol Clirlboo.
TAKE nolice Hint George I.uinl ,,I Vnn
inver, 11. c, occunation laborer, inteiuls
to n|,|,ly lor nermission  to  nurchase  the
hcil laixlsi-
sl   iilnlileil   about  2
smith ol -ii.. |in.st
I .1 ,Vl    ,_ .   ."'""; i inence   norll,      «„   c s:   llience   wesl   Hu
ll"">-' .ivcr U'"k  ' ""  °< ; chnins;  Ihenee soull, Ho chains!  thelice enst
, cotit-iiiiiii; 640 ucres more u„ ,.i,,,i„. ,,   „ ;,.,    ,      . __       "    ?
'                  n no elinlns lo point  ol  colulncncclilelil, coll-
thence south „
corritticneemeiit
„r lei
Jc.lo, I'.KORCK WATSUN
lllilllnjf 1.40
ires more or less.
Mnrch 4th, l.ll.   Krnnk Watson, i,ce„l.    "M^.,, .„,, ,.„,   ^|i,S't
1'1';ACB|lfs!,'i!..'<,,!'ACnril'ooKTli,C'r PBACH RIVER WN!) DISTRICT-
TAKK notice Ilml Robert Smilli "I Vnn- I    , District ol Curibuo.
couver, I). C, occupation l.nhorer   inteiuls      TAKI') nolice thnl t'.eoree Thompson, nl
to  apply   lor  nermission   to   purchuse   the I Vuncouver,  H. C,  oeeiipntion Laborer,  in
following ilescrilieil lands:* I teiuls  lo upply  for permission  lo purchuse
Coiiimiu.iiie  ut 11 post  planted on lhc j the following described binds:.
west hunk of the llullwuy River ul t 1% j    Ccmmenciiif. ut  u  post   planted  ubout   I
miles downstream from tlie month of _vn ; mile eusi ..( the mile posl .8 ou the II. N.
ress  Creek;   thence   west  8n chnins;   Ihcnce . W.   Mounted   Police   trail:   llience lh   80
nurth   80   chains;    Ihcnce   east   Ho   chnins; j chuins;  thcifc. cusl Hi, chuius; thence south
thelice soulh uloii.   river hunk  t lint of , Ho clinins;   Uienee west'So clmins to place
L'ominenceiiieui, containing 0411 ncres more   "1  commencement,     containing  640 acres
or less.
Je.lo. ROMttRT SMITH.
March 41I1,  I'lll     Prilllk Wnlson, 'agent.
PHACB KIVKK  LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet ,,f Curiboo.
TAKK notice    thnt  David     Hughes
Vuncouver, 11. C, occupution  Laborer,
tends to un.'l.'  [or ..".-mission to '.iirclla
the followlh. descrilied  lnnds:
more or less.
Je.10, GEOROE TIltlMPSIIN.
Murch ij. mn.    Prank Wataon   agent.
V.
PKACK  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ,.r Cuiboo.
TAKE   Uoiice   lli.it   Cenrgc   Schulield,   nf
II. C,  occiipnliini   laborer,  into purchase
the I ,wil„. ilescribed binds:- |      '"'    ." «IW '°'   "Ormlssion  to purchc
Columencing   ul   a   pust    led   un   lhe:"1; [° lnwl!«   'leBcnhcl  lululs:-
west bunk of Halfway Kiver ubout 1 mlli'Liu „__.•* "ii " '"I"1 P'OHtcl Olson*
1
downstream  from  lhe moiith  ol Cypress   $   ,„".,,..  .' "",'■' 'T1;"";, "" "'" "•?'
tn-ck; thence west Hu chuius;  Ihellce nurlh I     ' ■  ,'   I"'1"','   '""[' ."'""'I'  cnst   8"
Ro chuins;   thence enst 80 chuins,   tu rivvr   k„"   ;- -C ""r"' "" clmll,s: -n,nCo We"
I'.rik,   thence   soulh   along   river   bank   to |   ,
|, nut ul   commencement,   containing 640   .„ .
ucres mure or less. | .
Jc.lo. DAVID III CHI'S
or lc
..till H.
null 811 clinins to point
containing  640  ucres
--•_-___.___„,_____„„_,._,__
PKACK KIVKK  l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District ol  Curil,,,,,.
TAKE notice thut  Duncan Oardlucr, uf
Vaneouver,  H.  C, occupation DUter, iu
tends tu ni.nlv lor permission to purcliuse
the  followin.- describeil  |„,i,|,.
Coinmencing nt ,, post planted i'i, miles
east ol mile post 96 ou the K. N. W.
Muiinted Polico irail; llience ensl lo ciiuins
Iheuce south Ho chuius; thence wcsl Hu
chnius; llience nortl, Ko ciiuins tu puint ol
commencement, containing 640 ucres in, re
or less. j
■le.io. DUNCAN C.AKDINKK.
Murch null.  mn.   [frauk Wntson,!,. l.
THE  HERALD
PAGE THREE
l'KACK RIVER  I.AND DISTRICT,
Dislriel  ol  Cnril,.,,,
TAKIC uoiice  thai John  Carson, of Vnncouver, R, C„ occupation Inhorer. inteiuls
to  upply   for   norm!SSlon   t,,   purchase   the
following doscribed lands:-
Commencing at u post planleil \% miles
east of mile pnsl 96 on the R. N. \V.
uuiitnted poliee trail; thonce ensl Ko ehains
thenee north 80 eliains: thenco wost Kn
eliains;  thenee  south Ho clinins I', point of
commencement, containing 6_|o acres mote
or less.
Je.io. JOHN CARSON.
Marcli 10th. iyn.   Frank W.its"tun.rt.
PEACK HIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet of  Cnrilmo.
TAKIC notice thut Willinm Smith, of.
Vancouver, B. C,, occupntion lo""er, intends to apply for permissinn to purchase
the following described lands:-
Cnmmenciiic at a post planted alioul 47 j
miles uorth nnd ul.oiit  1 >, miles west frdm
the 22 mile posi estanllshed on the R.N. I
W.MoUtlted police   trail   on   the north   hank :
of Peace River at the mouth oi Cash Creek |
thenee   south   Ho   chains;   thencu   west   80]
chains;  theuce north Ho chains; thence east
Ho chains to point of commencement, con- i
inining b.\o acres more or leas,
Je.lo. WIU.IA.M  SMITH.
March  10.  1911.    James Pellrv   n-ciit.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Carihoi,.
TAKli notice thut John J.,ues of Van
couver, It. C, occuiiation laborer, intends
to apply for permission to purcliuse the
following describeil  Inndsf-
Commencine at n post planled one mile
east of Hallway Rivor and near the 94
mile pnst on lhe R. N. W. Mounted Police
trail- tllotlCC east 80 cliains; ihetnv south
80 cliains; thence wost Ho chains; theme
iiorth Ho chains to point of coint"
and containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JOHN JONES,
March 10th.  run.   Prank Watsoii.H.H.
PEACH) RIVER I.AND DISTRICT,
District of Carilioo.
TAKE ""lice that Ilemlriek Maiinus
Vorkey, of Vancouver, II. C, occupation
Laborer, inteiuls to a""'" for permission
to purchnso ihe following descrihed lauds;-
Commenolng at a nost planted about 4s
miles north and about it milcs west Irom
the 22 mile post cstalilisheil on the R. N.
Vi. Mounted Police inui on the norlh
hunk of Peace River at the molltll of Cash
Creek; theme north 80 chaius; theme wesl
80 chains; thence south 80 elmins; tlicnce
thence east 80 chains lo point of com
niemciiieiil, contain 111 ■■ __,|o acres more or
less.
Je.io.i   HI.NIM.ICK   MARIN.'S   YKKKKV.
Mari-li   10.   nil 1.    James Petlr"   a»eut.
PEACE RIVER LAND "'"-TuiCT.
District  ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat James Kraser, of
Vancouver, li. C. occupation Laborer, iniends to anply for permission to purchase
the followin" described   lands't-
Coiiimeucing al a post planted about 55
miles north uud aboul ti miles west from
lhe 22 mile posl established on the R. N.
\V. Mounted Polico irail on the north bunk
of Peace river at lhe mouth of Cash creek;
thence south Ho chains; thence east 80
chains; Hience north 80 eliuins; tbence
wesl 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS KRASKR.
Marcli   !3,   1911.     Ja.s.   Peltry,   agent.
l'KACK RIVKR I.AND UISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that Oeorge Innes, o(
Vancouver, II. C, occupalion Laborer, intends to n"-'Iy for permission lo purchase
the  following described hinds:-
Coinmencillg at a post planted about 55
mijcs north and about it miles west [nun
thc _.- mile post 'cstalilisheil on the I.. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of i'eaee River at the moulh of Cash Creek
Ihenee soulb 80 ebaius; theuce west 80
chains; theuce north 80 chains; Hience east
80 cliains to point of commencement, and
containing 040 acres more or less.
Je  10 OEORGE INNKS,
March  IX,   19"'    Jas.  Pettr"   ugent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   ol   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that. William Tolmio, ol
Vancouver, I_. C, occupalion logger, Intends to apply for permission to purchase
the   following   described   lands:-
Commenciiig at a post planted nl.. ut 4s
miles north from the 22 mile post, established on the R. N.W. Mounted Polico
trail on the nortli bank of Peace rivur at
the motttll of Cash Creek, thencc South 80
chains; tlicnce west 80 chains; thencc north
80 chains; llience cast 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less. WILLIAM TOLMIK,
Feb.  23,  1911. Jnmes Pettrv   agent.
PKACK RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
Distriet   of   Cariboo,
TAKE notice that William Sovereign, of
Vancouver; B.    C, occupalion loir-cr, intends   lo   apply for   permission     to purchase lhe following described lands.—
Cummencing at a post planted  about 45
miles north from the aa-mllc post, established  on  tbe  R.  N.  W.  -Mounted    Polite
trail, on the north bunk ol  the Peace river,   nt   the   mouth   nf   Cash   Creek;   thence
I north  80  chains;   thence   west   80  chains ;
! thence   south   Ho   chuins;   tlicnce   east    80
! chains    to   point   of commencement, con-
I taining 640 aqres, more or less.
Je i0 WILLIAM SOVEREIGN,
I     Feb.  23, 19". James Pt-ttry. agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Cnwford, of
Vancouver, II. C, occunation Uhicksmitli
intends lo apply for jiermission to purchase the following described  lauds:-
Cotntnenciitp at a post planted on thc
east bank of Halfway River, 40 cliains
west of mile post 96 on the R. N. W.
mot)litcd police trail; thencc cast Ho cbains
theuce north 80 chains; tbence' west 80
chains; theuce south 80 chains to noint ol
commencement, cuntaining 640 acres more
or less.
Je.10. WILLIAM CRAWFORD.
March 3.  1911.     Frank Watson, agt.
drr
GEORGE SCHOFIELI).
I     March <).   1911.    Frank Watson
lit.
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  ol   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Mitchell, of
Vancouver, D. C, occupalion Fireman, intends to dimly for nermission to purchase
the   followin.'   described   lands:-
Commenclng at n post nlnnted 4 mi'es
from the motlt|l nf Cvpress Creek, nml no
chains south of mile post 204 on the R.
N. W. Mounted Police irail: thence norlh
80 chains: thence east 80 chains; thenee
south 80 chains: thence west Ho chains to
point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Je.io. CIIARLKS MITCHELL.
Marcli   n.   i<jii.      Frank  Watson, n-ent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl <>f Cariboo.
TAKK   notice     that   (.i-or_.c   Gordon,   of1
Vancouver  B,  C,  occunation   Blacksmith,
intends  lli a- ••'.•  lor  nermission   to tmrch- j
ase   the   following   described   latld.s:-
Conimuicing nl a post  nlnnted about 45 1
miles   north   and   13   miles  west   from   the '
22  mile   nost   established   on   the  R. N. W.
Mounted Polico trail on the north bank of
Peace  River  at   the mouth   of  Cash Creek,
thence   north     80   chains;    thence  cnst   80
chains; thence South 80 chains; thencc west
80 chains lo point of commeucemenl, containing 640 acres more nr less.
Je.lo. GEORGE GORDON.
March 10. 1911.   James Pettrv  a*ent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
.District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice ilml Alexander McKay, of
Vancouver, H. C, occupation Lahore'1 inteiuls to ;>"■''' for nermission to nurchase
lhe  following described  londst-
Coinmeming at a post planted about 55
miles north and about (j miles west from
Uic 33 mile nast established on thc R. N.
W. Mounted Police Irail on the north bank
of the Peace River at the month of Cnsh
Creek; thence north 80 chains: thence west
80 chains: tliencc south 80 chains; thencc
east Ro cliains to point of commencement,
containing 6411 acres more or less.
Je.io. ALEXANDER McKAV.
Marcli   iy,   1911.     Jas.   Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Caribo,,.
TAKK   notice     that   William    Scott,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   Carpeuhir,
iniends  to a«"»lv for permission   to nurchase the followin"' described  lands:
Coinmencing at a nost plnnted .ibout 45
miles north,-aud about one mile west of
the 22 mile post established oa the H. N.
..'.Mounted Police trail 011 the north hank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash
, Creek, thencc south 80 chains; theuce west
Ho chains; thencc north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement
conlaining 640 ucres, more or less.
Jc.lo. WILLIAM SCOTT.
February, 23. 1911.   Jas, Pettr*   airent,
March   ll,   1411.      Frank   Watson,   ai'ent.
PKACE RIVKR LANiTmSTRlCT. PI?AC^ #VER StD DISTRICT
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice  lhat   Edward  Wilkins, of I    TAKK itOtiifc Umt Stewart Thomas, of
Vancouver,  B.   C.   occupalion   Laborer   i«- j Vancouver,   II.  C, occunation  Laborer,  in- i
lends to upply for nermission to nurchase j tends lo apply  for nermission   lo  purchase i
the following ilescribed lauds:- the  following <K-scrilie<l   lands:-
Commencing   al   a   post   planted  on   the j    Commencing al  a posl  planted  about   I
east bank of  Hallwav  River about   I   mile j mile   east   of   mile   post   loo  on   the R. N.
downstream from    the   moulh   of   Cvnress j Vi. Mounteil   Police    trail   Ihcnce     ea>t   Ho :
Creek;  thence eust 80 chains;  thence north j chains-;   llience     soutli   80    chains;   thence
80 eliains;  theuce west 80 chains,  to river j west 80 chains: tlicnce north 80 chains to !
bank,   theuce   south   .thing   river   bank   to ( point   of   commeucemenl,      containing   640
point    of   commencement,    containing   640 1 acres more or less,
acres more or less. Je.lo STKWART THOMAS.
Je.m. EDWARD WILKINS.       j    March 9- 1911.   Frftnli Watson, apenf.
March 6:h.  1911.   Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai George Gaiidic, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends to apply for permission lo1 purchase
the (ollowing described lauds:-
Commencing  at a   jiost  planted  on  the
east   bank ol  the  Halfway   River about   %
a   mile     downstream   from   the  moulh   ol
Cypress Creek; theuee cast 80 cho'''*"thence l
north Bo     chains;  thence   west 60 chains, '
more or less, to river bank,  llience south
along   river   bank   lo   point.ol   commence- j
rfleiil,containing too acres more or less.
Je.io. GEORGE (.Ali..,r..
March 6.  1911.     Frank Watsou. agent;     ,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Carihoo.
TAKI-;   noiice  that  Edward   Ilcllyur,  of
; Vancouver, IJ. C, occupation  Laborer,  intends lo  apply for permission  to purchase
, the followim. described lands:-
• Commenciiig at   u   post   planted  about  %
a   mile   west   from    Halfway   river   and   12
• miles downstream from the mouth of Cyp-
| ress Crwk; thence west 80 chains; thenee
\ south   Ho   chains;   theuce   easl   80   chains ;
thence   north   80 chnins   to   noilit   of   com-
, meuceinent,   Containing A40 acres more, or
Je.io. K.nVARD HKI.LVAR.
Feb.   28,   1911.    Frank   Watson,   ngent.
~ PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT. p^eE IilVK* UNI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that Arthur James Ruston TAKK notice that Charles Hunt, of
il Vancuuver, B. CM occupation Laborer, j Vancouver, II. C, occutintioil Laborer, in -
intends to apply for permission to purch- ; tends to u-dv for iiermission to purchase
use the following described lands;- j the following described lands:-
I'linineticing at a posl planled on the \ Commencing at a post planted on the
*csl bank of Halfway River aboul % a west bank ol Halfway River, about 20
mle downstream from the mouth of Cyp- j miles downstream from the mouth of Cyp-
rvss Creek: tbence west 80 chaius; theuce
south 80 chains; thence cast 80 chains,
more or less to river bank, thence north
along river bank to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ARTHUR JAMES RUSTON.
Marcli   (,lh.   1911,   iFrutik  Watsou,   agent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND UISTRICT.
District oi  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Wilson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occunation Laborer, intends to apply for permission lo purchase
lhe following described latids:-
Comincnciiig at a posl planted on thc
west bank of Halfway River about l mile
ilnwiislream from the mouth of Cviress
Creek; tlMiice west 80 chains; ihcnce north
Ho chains; theuce east 80 cliains, more or
less to river bunk, theuce sonlh along the
rner bank to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres m<>re or less.
Je.lo. CHARLKS WILSON.
March 7, 1911.     Frank Watson, acent.
ress Creek; thence SOItth Ho chains; thence
cast 80 cbains; thence north 80 chains,
more or less lo riv»;T bank, llience along
river bank lo point ol commencement, containing 400 acres more or less.
Je.io. CHARLKS HUNT.
February 25.   1911.    Frank  Watson, agejl£.
PEACE RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
Disirici of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Stewart, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Carpenter,
iniends to applv for iiermission to imrehase the following described lauds:-
Comiiu'iiciiur at a nost nlaiitcd one mile
west Irom Halfwav River and about 21
miles downstream from the mouth of Cypress Crook; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; theuce west 80 chuius;
thence north 80 chains to poinl of commeucemenl, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Je.io. CHARLKS STKWART-
February 2S-   1911.    Frank Watson   ageitt.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that       Alexander    James 1
Gordon,   ol   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occunation |
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Carilioo.
TAKE    notice   that George    Bishop, of
Laborer,   intends   to   applv   lor   permission I Vancouver,   B,  C,  inclination  Tool  Sharf!
to purchase the following described lands
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   on   tli
east bunk of Halfway  river, about   % mile '
itends   to   apolv   for   "ermission   U
purchase thc  .ollowiu ' described  Innds:-
posl   planted   on   thc
PEACE  RIVKR   LAND DISTRKT.
District of Ciriboo.
TAKK notice that William Smilh, of
Vancouver, IL C, occupation Fireman, intends to imply f"r Permission to "itrchase
ihe following described lands:-
Commencine at a post planted 4 miles
from the mouth of Cynress Creek and 120
chains soulh of mile posl 204 on the R.
N. W. Mounted Police trail; thencc north
80 cliains; thence west 80 chains: thence
south 80 chains: thence east 80 chains to
point af commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Jc.to. WILLIAM SMITH.
March   11.   1911.      Frank Watson, airent.
PEACK RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo,
TAKK notice that  Harry Smith    of  Van
couver,  B. C, ocr»-.tioti' I -' rp'"'s j
to   apply   for   permission   to   nurchase   lhe j
folio.-'
Commencing nt n post nlnnted about 4s
miles north and r..in«. •■< nillpj) west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted P.dice trail on the norlh side |
of Peace River at the mollth of Cash
creek; thencesoiltll 80 chains; thelice ensl
Ho chains: iheuce nnrth Ho chains; thence
wesl 80 chains to "nillt of coiimnaioement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.10. ■    HARRY SMITH.
March   10.   l<)l l.    James Pettr-    i-ent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Slomr, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Driller, intends lo anply for iiermission to purchase
tin-  followim.   described  lailds:-
Commcncing at a post iilanted about 55
miles north ami aboul y miles west from
the 22 mile post established ou the R. N.
W. Mounted Police (rail on the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash creek
thence norlh 80 chains; Iheuce east 80
chains; thencc sonlh Ho ehains: llience west
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 icres, more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS STORAR.
March   13,   1911.    Jas.  Peltrv    agent.
l'KACK RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
District of  Cariboo.
TAKI! notice- that John Hunter of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends
to apply for permission lo purchase the
following  described  lands:-
Conimencing at a post planted about 45
miles north and about 1 mile west from
lhe 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W.Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of Pence River at the mouth of Cash Creek
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south 80 cliains; thencc cast
80 chains to point of cdmmenccmcnt, containing 640 ncres more or less.
Je.io. JOHN HUNTER.
February, 23.  1911.   Jns. Pettrv   airent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Henry Thompson, of
Vancouver, B, C, occupation luborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the  following described   latuls:-
Commencing at a post plahtetl about 4S
miUrs north ami 7 miles west Irom the 22
mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail, on the north bank of
Peace River at the moutb of Cash Creek,
thence south Ho cliains; tbence east 80
cliains; Hience north 80 chains; thence west
Ho chains to point ol commencement, coii-
tulnitig 640 acres nmre or less. ...
JC'IO, HI.NRV  THOMPSON,
"hniary 24. 1911,   james pcury, agt.
PEACE  RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
District of Carihoo,
TAKK notice that Duncan Gardiner, of
Vancouver,   11.   C.   occupation   Carpenter,
inieiuls to a'-'v for permission to purchase the followo.    described  lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about 45
miles north and about it miles west from
the 22 mite nost established on the R. N. I
W Mounted Police trail on (he north bank j
of Peace River ■•' tl-- rnouth of Cash Creek
thence soulh 80 chains; thence wesl 80
chains: llience north 80 chains- ihenee east
: 80 chains to noint of commencement, con-
I talnlng 640 acres more ,,r less,
Je.io. DUNCAN GARDINER.
March   10.  1911.    James Pettrv   a-ent.
PKACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Donald Morrison, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends to a"'ily for ""nuissiou to purchase
the  following   desc.ihed   laiids:-
Cnmmcncintr at a Post planted about o
miles north-west from the moulh of Cypress Creek, and about 2% miles south of
mile post 106 ott the R. N. W. Mounted
police trail; thencc east 80 chains; thence
nortb 80 chains; thence west 80 chains
thence soulh 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Je.io. DONU.I) MORRISON.
March It,  1911.     Frank Watson, a^eut.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caril 00.
TAKK notice that Frank Stephen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Lo"<*cr. Intends to ii'"'1'' for nermission to purchase
the  following  described   laitda:-
Commencitig at a post planted about .SS
miles north and I., miles west Irom the
22 mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the north bank of
Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek;
tliencc north 80 chains; thence west. 80
chains: thence south 80 chains; thence cast
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres mere or less.
Je.io. FRANK STEVEN.
March   n,   1911.    Jas.   Pettrv.   agent.
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that James Riley of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends
to apply for nermission to purchase the
followin-' .lescribed lalids:-
Commenciiii' at a post nlaiitnd about 5S
m'los north and a milos wesl from the ->2
mile post established oil the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail, on the north bank of
Peace River at the month of Cash Creek,
thence smith Ho chains; tlicnce c,ust 80
chains: tliencc north 80 chains: "thence
west 80 chains to point of comiiu/ceineiit,
Containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS R1LKV.
March   13,   I9H.     Jas.  Pettrv   uncut.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Willinm Davidson, of
Vancouver, 11. C, occupation teamster, intends to a«oly for permission to purchase
lhe following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted about 4s
miles north and about y miles west from
the 22 mile post established" on the R, N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
ol Peace River nt the mouth of Cash
creek; thencc south 80 chnins; thence east
80 chains; thenee north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less,
Je.10. WILLIAM  DAVIDSON.
February, 23.  1911.   Jas. Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Victor Huston, of
Vancouver, B. C,, occupation Laborer, intends to aimlv for permission to purchase
the  following   described   lands:-
Commencint. at a post planted about 49
miles N. and about 13 miles W. from lhe
22 mile post established 011 the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the Norlh bank of
Peace River at thc umuth of Cash Creek;
thence soulh 80 chains; tlicnce cast 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to poiut of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. VICTOR  HUSTON.
March 9. 1911.       James Pettry, ngent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of  Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Charles Mellin, of
Vaucouver, 11. C, occupation Laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the followin- described lands;-
Commeuein" at a post planted about 49
miles north, and ahout thirteen miles
west from the 22 mile post established on tlic R. R- W. Mounted Police
trail on the north bank of the Peace River
at the .-Iouth of Cash Creek ;thence soutii
80 chains; thencc east 80 cnains; thence
north 80 chains; thencc west 80 ehains to
point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Je.io. CIIARLKS MELLIN.
Marcli  9.   1911.   James Pettry, Agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distiict  of Cnrilmo.
TAKK notice lhat Charles Jackson, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occunation Laborer, inieiuls to aimlv for permissinn lo "iirchnse
the following described   lallds.-
Commeticiiij. at a post plaiiled about 55
miles norlh and about iy miles wesl from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north
bank of Peace River at the moUlll ol Cash
Creek; thence north 80 chains' theuce east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; theuce
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. CIIARLKS JACKSON.
March   n,   1911.        Jas.  Peltry,  agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Robert Hurcomb, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase j
the following described  lands:-
Commeneing at a post plnnted shout 55
miles north  aud  about 0 miles west   from !
the 22 mile post  established on the R. N.
W. Mounted  Police trail on   the north bnnk
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek j
thence  south     80   chains:   theuce   west   80
chains; theaee north Ro chains; thence east !
80 chnins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ROBERT  HfRCOMB.
Marcli   13,   191 r.     Jus.  Pettr"   a^ent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Joseph Ranre, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intenda to npply for permission to purchase
the following described lunds:-
Commencintr at a post planted about 4s
milcs north and about 1 miles west Irom
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W, Mounted Police trail on the north bank
od Peace-V*tver at the month of Cash Creek
theuCB nasUi 80 chains: theuce est Ho
chains; thence south 80 chains; thenee, west
80 chains to point nf commencement,' and
containing 640 ucres more or less.
Je.io. JOSEPH   RANGE.
February, 23.  1911.   Jns. Pettrv   acent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRIi-T.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Willinm John ifagcn,
of Vancouver, B. C, occunation Laborer,
intends to a*-1" for permission to purcliase the  following described   lands;-
Commencing nt a post planted about 55
miles mirth uud about 7 miles west from
lhe 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mouuted Police trail on the north bnnk
of Peace Riier at the mouth of Cash Creek
thencc north 80 chains; theuce west 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; tiience cast
80 cliains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more ar less.
Je.io. WILLIAM JOHN HAGEN.
March   14,   1911.      Jas.   Pettrv    agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that .Albert George Miller
of Vancouver, B. C;/'SM((upatiuii Laborer,
intends tu »••-•'•• f__r- nenin.ssion to purchase the following described laiids:-
Commencili" at a post planted about 45
miles north and about 3 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police lrail on the uorth bank
of Peace River at the moutii of Cash Creek
thencc north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence soutii 80 chains; thence cast
80 chains to place of commencement containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.20. ALBERT GEORGK MILLER.
February,  33.   1911.,   Jas. Petirv. agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK Jiotice   that   Edward   Orinoml,   af j
Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation  Lahore., intends to a""lv for permission  to mirchasc
the followin- described laiuls:-
Commcncine at a "ost planted about 55
miles imrth and abont 13 miles west from
lhc 22 mile post established oil the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail ou the north bank
of Peace River at the moutli oF Cash
1 Creek; tliencc south 80 chains; tiience east '
I 80  chains-   thence  north  80 chains:   thence
; west 80 chains to  "oint  of cr cmeni
containing 640 aires more or less.
Je.io. EDWARD ORMOND.
Marcli   11,  1911.      Jas.  Pettry, agent.
downstream Irnm  the  nvmlh  of Cypress , eaat bank ol Hallway River and about 2 \
Creek;   llience east 80 chains;  thence north.1 miles upstream Irom the nioiitli of Cypress
80 chains;  llience  wesl 80 chains   nmre or ; Creek;   thencc east   Ko chains;  thence north [
less,   to   river   bank,   thenoe  soulh   along ; s„ chains;  theme wesl Ho chains   more or |
river bank to point ol commencement, and i less  to river bank,   thence soutli  along the
Colltalllina 640 acres more or less.
Jv.io.    ALKXANDKR JAMKS GORDON.
March fi.   1911.    Frank  Waison    u-eiit.
PKACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that James MncDotmld, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupalion
tends to apply for permission to purcl
the followim* described lands:
Commencing ut a  post planted % u mile
south of the south  bnnk of Cynress Creek,
river bank to po
ul oi commencement, ami
containing 640 .0
les more or less.
Je.lo.
GEORGE BISHOP.
March 9U1.1911
Frank  Waison.  agl.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
reman, in   j     TAKK   tliilj.v      tll.lt    n,irry   Wilson,   of
Vancouver,   B.  C,  occupalion   Laborer,   inteiuls lo apply lor permission to  purchase
the following descrilied  lands:-
Commencing   at   a   posl   planted   on    lhe
bout   j   miles     upstream   from    Halfway ; W(,sl ,..i|lk  ,|( n„ifwuv   River ami  about   2
' er;  thence north 80 chains;  thence east j |ni,cs ,|,,stn.lim from "the moutli of Cypress
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Mitchell, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, iniends to applv for permission to purchase
the followim* described   lamls:-
Cotnmencinp at a post iilanted about 47
miles north ami 13 miles west from the 22
mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the north bank of
Peace River al lhe mouth of Cash Creek,
llience north 80 chains; thence wesl 80
cliains; thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to place of commencement, containing fi.|o acres more or les;.
Je.io. CHARLES MITCHELL.
March  9.   mil.    James   I'ellry,   A'-cut.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Brown of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer intends
to ap"'v for nermissinn to purchase thc
.ollowinr ' "<1  lmuls;-
Commcncing at a posl nlaiitcd about 55 j
miles nortli and about 7 miles wast from (
lhe 22 mile post established on the R. N. !
\\. Mounted Police trail on the north bank [
of Peace Rivc*r at the month of Cash Chick \
theuce north 80 chains; theuce east 80 !
chuins;     thence   south    80   cl ■ ce 1
west 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Je.io. JAMES BROWN.
March   14,   1911.     Jas.  Pettry,  agent.
Ho chains;   thence   south   Ho chain:
the
Creek; the
: west 80 chains; ihenco north
west 80 chains, to point of commencement Hn c]mj,ls. thence east 80 chains; tl.encc
ontaiuing 640 ucrcsjnjre^r Jess..^ sm)t|, h<, c|m|tla to place of commen cement
"     "'    '""' " ng 640 acres more or les
Je.io. JAMKS MacDONAI.D.
March 6.  1911.   Frank Watson. d"ent,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Neil Mcl'hee, of Vnncouver. B. C, occupalion logi-er, Intends
I" apply for permission to purchase Uic
tallowing  describeil   lunds:-
Commeucing at a post planled about 47
miles north and about M miles wesl Inmi
""• 22 mile post established on the R. N.
ft*. Mounted Police trull oil the nortb bank
"i the Peace River al the mouth nf Cash
Creek; theuce south 80 chains; tlieiu'i west
*■« chailis; tiiciiee north 80 chains; Iheuce
e.isl 80 chains to point of commencement,
t'liitainiliL'640 acres more or less.
Je.io. NKIL McPHKK.
February 24,  1911.    Jns. Peltry, agt.
HARRV  WILSON.
March 9,   1911.    Frauk Watson, ■
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK   notice     that   John     Ritchie,   of
Ruskiii,  It. C, occiipatiun Laborer, intenils
lo   apply   for   permisaion   to   purcliase   the
following described lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about %
mile wesl from the Hallway River and
about 4 miles downstream Trom ihe moutli
of Cypress Creek; llience west 80 chains;
Ihcnce smith 80 chains; (hence eaat 80
ihains; thence thence north 80 chains lo
point of commencement, containing fi|0
acres more or less.
Je.m. JOHN   RTTCIIIK.
March 4.   P.M.      Frank Wntson, agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK 'notice that John Moore, of Vancouver, B   C, occupalion  Timberman, intends to apply for permission   to purchase
Hie  following described   lands:-
Coinmeiicing at a   post   planted  about 47
miles north and 7 miles west from the 22
PEACH RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK  notice  that   Charles  Jncqtiemort,
ol  Vancouver,  II.  C,  ocoupntion  Logger,
intends to npply, for permission  to jinrch-
ase lhe  following   described   lands:-
Cornniciicinjr   ut   n   post   planted   oil   the
— le post established on lhe R. N, W. ! west bank of Halfway River and about _
Mounted Police trail on the nnrlh bank of; miles downstream from the mouth of Cyp"
the Peace River, at the mouth of Caflli , 'ess Creek: theuce west 80 chains; llience
Creek;  thence soulh 80 chains; thenee west    soutli   80   chains;    tliQtlCjb   east   80   chai
80 chains;   theno.'  north   80 chains;   tlicnce
east 8oi chains to pnlltl of commencement,
containing 640 ucres more or loss.
Je.io, JOHN MOORE.
February 3ft. 1911-   *'»s- P«ttty, agent.
thencc nortli 80 chains; along river bunk
to point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Jc.lo. CHARLES JACQURMORT,
March 4th, 19I1. ■Frank Watson, agent.-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici of,Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Frank Jones, of Vancouver, B. C, occunation Laborer, intends
to apply for permission to purcliase the
Iol In wi iil: described   lands:-
Commencinf at a post "lanted about 47
miles north ami about \y miles west l'r,,m
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail, established mi
thc North Bunk of Peace River at the
mouth of Cash Creek; thence north 80
chains; theuce east 80 ehains; theoce south
80 ehains; theoce west 80 chains lo point
of commonCemcntol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.10. FRANK JONES.
March   lo.   HJI l.     James  Petlr-   u"cnt.
PKACK RIVKR  LANI) DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKK notiee that David Patterson, of
Vancouver, B. C,. occupation laborer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lnnds-
Commencing ut a post planted about ',
mile south of the south bunk of ^yuress
Creek, about 2 miles upstream from Halfway river; thelice north 80 chains; thence
west 8o ehains; theuce south 80 chains;
thenee east Ho chaius to point of commencement,containing 640 acres more or
less.
Ja.io, DAVII1 PATTERSON
March 6,   1911.   Frank  WatsOn, agent.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that David Really, nf Vuncouver, B. C, occupation carpenler, intends lo apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:-
Coniiiienciii.r at a post planted % 11 mite
east from Ilulfway river and about 5 miles
down stream from thc month of Cypress
Creek; theuce east 80 chains: thencc south
80 chains; theuce west 8» chains' thence
north 80 chains; to loliit of cnmmencemeiit
containing 640 acres more or less.
Jc. 10. DAVID hEATi'Y.
Murch 7H1. 191X.   Frank Watsou, agent.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Caribpo.
TAKK notice that Henry Belford of Vancouver, B. t ■ I"' intends
to apply for permission to mircha.se the
following  described   lands:-
Commencing nt a post 'danted about 5i
.miles imrth and about  n miles west Irom
the  22  mile posl  established  oil   the  R. N. j
W, Mounted Police trail on the north hank
ol Peace River al the mouth of Cash Creek [
thence  south     Ho  chains;   llience  west   80
chains;  theuce north 80 chains;  theuce easl
80 chains to point of commencement, con-
taining fijo acres more or less.
Jefio. HENUV BELFORD,
March   n,  1411.      Jas.  Peltry, agent,    j
PKACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Obit- Walker, of Van-'
couver, B. Ci, occupation laborer, intends
to apply lor permission lo purchase the
following described lauds:-
Comiueiicing al a post iilanted uboul 55 !
miles north and about 11 miles west trom
the 22 mile posl established on lhe R. N. ,
W. Mounted Police trail on tbe north bank;
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash j
Creek; Ihcnce norlh ho chains; ihcnce west j
Ho chains; theuce sonlh Ho chains; thencc
east 80 cliains lo point of commencement
containing (140 acres more or less-
Je.to. ohik WALKER.
March   13,   igil.     Jas.   Petlry,   agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Caril	
TAKK notice that Samuel Martin, of
Vancouver, It. C, occupation Laborer, ill-
lends to applv ior permission to purchase
the followim! described Iniids:-
Commciicing al a post planted about 53
miles north and about 11 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R.
N. W. Mounted Police trail mi the north
bank of Peace River at the moulh ol Cash
Creek;   thence North 80 cliains;  thence east
80 chains; ihcnce smith 80 chains;  Uieuce
west 80 chains to point ol commencement
conthlning G.|o acres more or less.
Je.io. ' SAMUEL   MARTIN.
March   I.},   mil.     Jas.   Petlry,   nretlt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DlU'llUCT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Bert Bromley, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends
to apply for permission lo purchase lhe
following   descrilied   lands:-
Commeiiciiijr at a posl planted about 55
miles north and about 7 miles west from
the 22 mile posl on the R. N. W. Mounted Police trail 011 the imrih bauk of Peace
River at the moulh of Cash Creek; thence
.smith 80 chaius; theuce cast 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains: llience west 80
chuins to point of commencement, containing b\\o acres more or less.
Je.io. BRUT BROMLEY.
March   14,   IUH.      .las.   Peltry,   a"cnl.
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISIRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that George Turner, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupntion laborer, intends io applv for iiermission to purchase
the lollowing described lands:-
Commencing at a post planted ubout 55
miles north and about 7 miles west from
thc 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police irail on the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash
creek; theuce south 80 chains; llience west
Ho chains; theuce north 80 chains: llience
east 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. GEORGE TURNER.
March   14.   IQII,      Jas.   Petirv.   agent.
PKACR RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that George Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Laborer, intends lo apply for permissiun to purchase
the followi'-     described  lands:-
Cotnmencing at a post planted about 45
miles nurth and about t miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bauk
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
creek; theuce south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; theuce north 80 chains: thence
cast 80 chains to noint of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.10. GROHGK SMITH.
February, 23.  1911.   Jas. Peltry, agent,
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alberl Pyman, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  binds:-
Commeneing at a post planted about 45
mifcs north and 7 miles west from the
22 m,!e post established „u ihe R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail, 0,1 the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek
thence north 80 chains; theuce east 80
chains; thence .soulh Ho chains; theuce west
80 chains to place of <oinmeuceinent, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ALBERT PYMAN.
February 24. 1911.    James Pettry, agt.
PKACK RIVKR LAM) DISTRICT.
District  of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Fred. Ivaiisson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Teamster,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;-
Commencing at a post planted about 45
miles north and 7 miles west from the 22
mile post established oil the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the north bank of
Peace River at the mouth ol Cash Creek,
thence nortb 80 chains; thence wesl 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
•Jem. FRED. IVANSSON.
February 24. 1911.    Juines Pettry, agt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo
TAKK notice that John Robinson, of
oi Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-
Commenciiig ut u post planted about 43
miles north and 7 milcs west from the 22
mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the north bank of
P;ace River at the mouth of Cash Creek,
thence smith 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to point oi commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JOHN ROBINSON.
February 24. 1911.    James Pettrv   agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Samuel Smith, of
Vaacouvar, B. C, occupation Engineer, intenda to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  lands:-
Commenciug at a post planted about 45
miles north and about 9 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W.Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of the Peace River at thc mouth of Cash
Creek; thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence uorth 80 chains; thence
welt 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. SAMVEL  SMITH.
February 24. 1911.   James Pettry. agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George Albert Roberts
of Vanvouver, B. C, occupation machinist
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-
Commenci.* at a post planted about 45
miles north and 9 miles west from the 22
mile post established oa the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail ou the north bank of
the Peace River at thc moutli of Cash creek
theuce north 80 chains; theuce east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thencu west
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more ar less.
Je.io.     GEORGE ALBERT ROBERTS.
Februacy 24. 1911.   Jas. Pettry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Blomdin, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation logger, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  lands:-
Commcnciiig at a post planted al,. ut 45
miles nortli and about 9 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police lrail oa the north bank
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
creek; theuce north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 640 ucres more or less.
Je  10 WILLIAM  BLOMDIN,
February  24.   1911.    Jas.  Pettry,  agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND,DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Frank Telmas, ot Vancouver, B.  C.,  occupation Logger,   intends
1 to   apply   for   permission   to   purchase   the.
: following described lands:-
I     Commencing at a post planted about 47
miles north and 9 miles west  from the 22
mile  post   established  on   the   R.   N.   W-
moimted  police trail on the north bank of
the   Peace   River   at   the   mouth   of   Cash
Creek;  thence south 80 chains;  thence east
80 chains;   theuce north  80 chains;   thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. FRANK TKLMASi
February   24,   1911.     Jas.   Pettry,   agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Dony Stegeman, of
Vancouver, B. C, occunotion Laborer, intends to apnlv for permission to nurchase
' the [ollowing described laiids;-
i    Commencing at a post planted about 45
miles north  anil  about  5  miles  west from
, the 22 mile post established on  the R. N,
W. Mounted Police trail on thc nortli bank
1 of the Peaoo River at the mouth  of Cash
Creek;   thence   south   80  chains; thence east
80 chains;  thence north 80 chaius;    theme
west 80 chains io nlace of commencement
1 containing 640 acres more or less.
Je   10. BORZY   STKC.KMAN,
February,   2y.   1911.    Jus.  Pettrv    airent,
PEACE RIVKR LAND   J'S'IRICT.
'    Disirici  of   "" inb.o.
TAKK notice that Ralph Worthy, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Machinist,
llltcntls lo apply lor permission lo purch
ase the following described lands;-
Commencing at a post planted about 55
miles north and about l. miles west from
the jj mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the North bank
ol Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek
thence t_oiith 80 chains; tuenee east 80
chains: thence north 80 chains; thelice west
Ho chains   to   point   ol   comtlU'licemiit,   Coii-
tnining b.|o acres more or less.
Je.lo.     . RALPH WORTHY.
March   14.   Kill.      Jus,   Pettry,   aeent.
PKACK RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl   uf   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Arthur Pearson, of
Vancouver, B. C., occupation loir,Ter, intends to ,, ,] to -rchasc
the lollowini' described lands:-
Commencing at a -ost planted ubout 45
miles north and about 5 miles west Irom
the 22 Itlila -ost cstalilisheil on the R. Nf
W. Mounted Police trail oil the north bank
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek, thence north 80 chains; theuce cast
80 chains; thence south 80 ebaius; thence
west 80 chains to point of 2commeiu*e-
ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Je.io, ARTHUR PKARSON
February,  2y.  1911.   Jas. Petti'.'   utreut.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disirict  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Kerr, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Engineer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described laiids:-
Coinmeiicing at a post planted about 47
miles north aud about 9 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W.Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of thc Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek: thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains: thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JAMES KERR.
February   24,   1911.     Jas.   Pettry,   agt.
PEACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   01c   Jolmil   Olsen, ol
Vuncouver,   H.   C,  occupation   Laborer,  iu
lends to npplv for permission io nurchase
the  following  described   binds:-
Commouclug at a posl  nh.iurl one mtle
eust   irom   Halfway   Uiver  ami  i Mr  llu' ...|
mile post on the R.jCN.W. Mounted Police
trail; thence east 80 chains* 'hence lint til
80 cliains; thence wesi 80 chaius; tbencc ;
south 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less,
Je   10 OLE JOIIAN OLSEN,
March lolli.  1911.   Frank Wutta.iMgt.
J'KACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of Caribon.
TAKK notice thut Frank Johnson, of
Vancouver, 1). C, occupation Teamster,
intends to aiv'v for nermission tot purchase   the   followin"   described   lands:-
Commencliig at a nost planted about 47
miles norlli and about   it miles wesl   from
tlie   -j mih'  ;t established ou  the  R. N.
W. Mounted Polico lrail ou lhe north bunk
of Peace Kiver at the mouth of Cash
Creek: Ihcnce south 80 chains; thence enst
80 chains, theuce north 80 chains; thence
west,80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less,
Je.io, FRANK   JOHNaON.
Mii'.b 10. i.n    James Pettry, agent.
^ PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Carihoo.
TAKE notice that Lawrence Hugh, of |
Vancouver, B. C, occupation logger, in- \
tends to apply lor permission lo purchas j
the lollowini;   described  lallds:-
Commencing at a nost planted about 45
miles north ami about s milos "'-"t from 1
lhe 22 mile post eslublished oil lhe R. N. !
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank [
of Peace River at lhe mouth of Lush Creek ,
theuce iiorth 80 chains; Iheuce west 80
chains; theuce south 80 chains; thenceeast
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. LAWRENCE HUGH.
February, 33.  1911.   Jas. Pettrv   a"ent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Fred Thomas, of
Vancouver, 11, C, occupation laborer, intends to a'1'- for permission to purchase
the   lollowini' described  lutiils:-
Comtilencliig at a post planted about 45
miles north and about s miles west from
the 22 mile post eslublished 011 the R. N.
W, Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of Peace River at thc mouth of Cash Creek
theuce south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; theuce north 80 chains; thence east
So chains to place of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less,
Je 10 FRED. THOMAS,
February, 23. 1911,   Jas, Pottry, *t?«nt,
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Thomas Wilbraham, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends to apply for nermission to purchuse
the following described  lauds:-
Commenciiig at a post planted about 47
miles north and u miles west irom lhe 22
mile post established oil thc R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the north bank of
the Peace River ut lhe moulh of Cush
Creek; theuce north 8u chains; thence v.
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing b.|o acres more or less.
Je.io, THOMAS WILBRAHAM.
February   24,   [911,     Jas,   Pettry,   agt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distrtct   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Dixon, ot
Dawson, Y. T., occuiiation miner, intends
to upply for permission to purchase the
lollowing   ilescribed  lauds:-
Commeiieiiig nt a post planted about 47
miles north and 7 miles west from the 22
mile post established on the R. N. W.
mounted poi ice trail, on the north bunk of
the Peace River, at the mouth of Cash
Creekitheuoc north 80 chains; theuce west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
eust 80 chaius to point of commencement,
coutaining64o acres more or less.
Je.io. WILLIAM  DIXON.
February 25. 1911.   Jas. Pettry, agent.
PKACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Arthur Rice,
of Dawson, Y. T., occupation miliar, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described   lands:-
Comtueucilig at a post planted about 47
miles north and 7 miles west from the 22
mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail oil thc north bunk of
Peace River at tlie mouth of Cash Creek,
thence north 80 chains; thence eust 80
chains; thence soutii 80 chains; thence
wtst 80 chains to point of commencement,
eontaining 640 acres more ur ltsj.
Jmo. JAMES ARTHUR RICB.
February 13, 1911.   Jus. Pettry, agtJits
■
■ r  . ,1 i III li
I'  *
•4
PEACE HIVICR l.ANU DISTBICT.
District <>l   -mil.....
TAKK notice tlmt  Mun.  McDonald,
Vancuuver, ii. C, occnpntfou rireiiuu,
l'KACK RIVKK l.ANI) DISTRICT, PKACK RIVKR LAND IIIMKIll.
Dlslriel  ..I  Caribou. District ol Cariboo,
ol j    TAKK   notice  tlmi    Victor  Romnn,  of      TAKE notice t'.nt .nick Wilson, "i ni
; Seattle,     Wash'.,    occupation    Bartender, | altlc,   Wush.,  occupati
inirclm
tlic
ii apply lor penuissi.,n tn purchase i inteiuls t.» apulv fur permission in purcli- ! lu anply  Inr  "cnnl;
nwin« descrilied lands; I use the following descrilied hinds:- '■ followi. ir ilescrilieil luiuls:-
lencing at .i post planted about .to I Commencing ui a pust planted about si | Commencing ,il u pnsl nl.ititetl nbout 51
orth and .ilmiu s miles west [rom 1 miles nortli und nboul 0 miles west from ' mites north nnd libont .1 miles west fr.un
link- post established on the K. N. ! lhe 11 mile pust established un the II. N. ! the J2 mile nost established mi tin- II H.
in.,! Police tr.iii ui. the north hank ' W. Mounted Police trnil un the nurlh hunk W. Mounted Police tr.iii un the nortli Inns
,■ River .it the muulh ol Lash Crcekl ni the Peace River at the muulh nf Cash | of the Pence River, nt lhc muulh
nortli   Su  clinins;   Hi
wesl  Bo   Creek; llience north 80 ehnins; thence west I Crcckithcncc nurth ho chnins; Ihcnce west   trith
mil Ko chnins;  Uienee eusi    80  chains:   llience  snnlli  80  eliuins;   llience | 8u  chnins;   thence  snuth  80  ehnins;
ee nl commencement, con-   east 80 chnins lo point uf cnintiienceineiit,   eusi 8u chnins tn puint ul commen
mine
res more „r less.
alex. Mcdonald,
iyn.   Jns. Pellrv   agent
640 acres nmre ur less.
Je.io. VICTOR   ROMAN.
Murch   i,   iun.    Jus.  Peltry,  agent.
11 rch
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislncl  m   Unl	
U.E  notice  Unit   William   John  Simp
nt Vancouver, 11. C, occupalion   fire
1. intends  in npnly  Ior permission  t(
Hit  following   ilescrilieil  Innils;
Id
l'KACK RIVER  l.ANI) DISTRICT.
Dislriel  ni  Cariboo.
TAKK   imtice     thut    J aim   Cm 1,   ol
S-ultlc, Wash, uccuputiun lintel keeper, ill-
lends   to a111.lv Inr permissiun  in purchase
lhe following described  hinds:-
hinted about 49 I     Commencing at n'post planled  about Sl
loilt s miles west Irnm j miles nnrth und about " miles west  frnm
stablished mi the 11. N. ! lhe 22 mile pust established mi lhe R.N.
ir.ul mi the iiniin bnnk : W.. Mouuted Pnlice Ir.iil mi the Nurtli hunk
,u   lhe nmuth  p( Cnsh i .,1 Pence River nl the moutii ul Cush Creek
is:   thence
:11st H,
chains m
It. in.
nc 640 ner
V.11.I.IAM
mil
llience wesl | ihenee   south
io  enaius;   llience ! chains;   Ultiu
1 nl commencement, | 80 chains tu
ore nr less.
HN   SIMI'.iON
ns.  Petlry. u»
80
contnining 040 at
Je.lo.
Mnrch,  -',   !>,n
„r let
JACK WILSON,
Jns.   Peltry.   ii<m
PEACE RIVER  LANI) DISTRICT.
District   ni  Curil	
TAKli notice thnt Kniinuiincl 'Inyh.r, ul
Seattle, Wush., occupation Shingle weaver,
inieiuls in apply Iur permission to purcliase llit following deserihed Inllils:-
"f uimclicin. ut 11 pnst planleil about 53
miles norlli und about _ miles wesl Irnm
Hie •' milt pnsl cslnl,lished un the R. N-
W Monnted Pnlice truil nu lhe nurtli hunk
of llu' Pence River ut the mouth ul CiibIi
Creek thenco nortli 80 chuins; thenct west
811 clinins; llience smith 80 chuins; llience
easl 8n ih.lins tn point nf commencement,
cuiit.iiiiin. MU ucres nmrc nr less.
Ie 10 EMMANUEL TAYLOR.
Mnrcli  .1,   lU'l,    James Pettry,  ngent.
thenct  west 8u [ Creek: ihei
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Iiislriet   nf  Cnril	
TAKK imtice thut Charles Cut' un, nl
Scuttle, Wnsh., decimation Laborer, inteiuls tu apply fur permission to purchnse
the  followim.   deserihed  lnnds:-
Commencing ut n pnsl plnnled nbout 51
units nurtli and -bout < miles wesi frnm   miles norll nun
tl,t  22 mil, 4,   ,.,,„Misl„.l m, the R. N. '    >• » mllc post pst.lllll_l.eil un the R. _N
W.iMoiintcd Pnlice ir 11 the Nor nnk : W.  Monnted _ Police
nl  the  Pence  River nt   Ilic nimilll  nf Cnsll
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   nf  Cnrihuu.
TAKE   nutiee    Hint   Cursnii   Tny'nr,   ol
Seuttle,   Wash.,   occupation   curuenter,   initials tn apply Inr permission In purchase
lhe fulluwing descrihed lands:-
Commencing at a pnst plnnled nboul 53
id about x miles west from
nnrth 8u clinins; thelice east
nint ul commencement
mining (1411 acres mure nr less,
le.ini JOHN  CANNON.
March   J,   ion.     .las.   Pettry,   agei
Ulh   Sn  tha
then
trnil  nu   Hit liortll
,  .nk  nl Hie Pence River nt  llle month  nf
west    Cnsll Creek; Ulelitt suulh 811 tlinlns: thencc
ill.
thenco
I'EACE UIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl   ni   Cnnl	
TAKE nutiee   lhat   Duvid  Kidd,  nl  Vu
Una   David  Ki
uccupaiion  Curpeiu
tails tu .!•
.he (ollowii
Cummenci
In  purchase j tends In
PEACE RIVER   LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  ni  Cnril	
TAKK   notice     thai   Jumcs   Clvnth,
Scnllle,    Wush.,   ueeupatiuii    laborer,
llience   in,
■ust 80 chnins  In   • noil   nl  cumlhcnccmo
lontnining 640 acres mure m- less,
le.io. CHARLES c.oKKI'M.
March,   2,   11)11.    Jus.   I'ellry,   iiuent,
cribed Inui
n pusi  plnntod about 4.
about 7 miles wesl Irom
established mi the R, N.
uly fur permissiun in nurcltaso
Hit  following dosorlbed lnnd
Commencing nt a pust planted about si
milts iu,rth und nbout 7 miles wtst Irnm
the 22 mile nost cstuhlishcl mi  Hie  R. N.
W. MotuitcdPoHce tr.iii on  the nnrlh  hunk '. \\. Mounted Pnlice irail nn lhc imrth hunk
,,!   the Peace   River  ul   lhe nmillli uf Cash    m  the Peace  Itiver nt  the month  uf  Cash
mill, Si
tc norl
In poll
'HELL,
ISTRICT
1 lenicnl
in..,;.'
February,28,  l',ll.
hains; tlicnce eusi
80 clinins- tiience
,,( commencement,
e „r less.
DAVID KIDD.
Jns. Pettr"   n»eut.
PKACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici  nl  Cariboo.
TAKK  notice  that  Willinm Taylor,  uf
Vancouver, 11. C, occupntion laborer,   initials m n- -'- lur nermission lo purchase
the  lollowing  descrihed  hauls:-
Commencing nl a i«.st planted about 49
dies wcsl frnm
Hit 22 mile post established nn the R. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice trnil nu the imrth hank
uf Pence River at the mnuth ol Cnsh
Creek, Hience imrth 80 chnins; thence easl
Su chnins: theuce smith 80 chains; tlicnce
west 00 chnius
containing n.|o
.It,in. till.I I A , 1    Ml ""K j j. ,-
I'rttk; thence smith  80 chains:   thenceeast
811  clmins:   theuce   nurlh   80 chuins;   thenee
west 80 chnins tn noint uf commencement,
containing 640 acres morc nr less.
Jc.lo. JAMKS CLYNC1I.
March   1,   iun.    Jas.  Peltry,   agent.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District nl Cnriboo.
TAKK nuiice that Julin Greer, ni Sent-
lie,   Wush,   ncriipnlintl    minor,    inieiuls    tu
nnnlv fur permission lu purcliaae lhe following descrihed  lnnds:-
Cuniiiieucin.. ol a pnsl nlnnted nboul 51
miles  nortli  and  about   I  IllHo  wcsl   fr	
the  11  mile  post established mi   HieR. N.
W. Mounted Police trail mi lhc nortli hank
nf the Peace River nl   Hit muulh nl Cosh
Creel;   thenct snnlli 811 clinins:
So chains:   thenco  north Sn cli
wcsl  8n  chuins;   Ihcnce  norlh  811 chuins
theuce   eust  811   chuins   In   puint   nf  com-
intiittmci t,  containing  h4" ucres  more 01
lens.
,r_.io. CARSON TAYLOR,
Marcli 3,  l.u.   Jnmes Petlry, ngent.
PKACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
District  ni  Cnrihuu
TAKE  nuiice    tlmt  Robert'Ktinlet   ,1
Seattle,  Wush.,   occupation  Engineer' in
lends In  npplv fur  permissinn tn  purchase
llle follow!,!!, ilcscrihcil   Inuds:
Commencing ut n post planled aboul si
miles imrih ami about 9 miles wesi ii,,„
lhe 22 mile nnst established mi Hit It N
W. Mnllllteil Pnlice trail nu llu: mirth |,'„„k
nf lhe Peace River nt lhe muulh nl Cash
Crceli; thelice mirth 80 chuius; thonce west
80 chains; thence suulh 81) chains, thence
enst 80 clmins to puint ,,f commencement
cnntniliing 6.|o ucres tnnre nr less
Je.lo. ROBERT KUZI.ER.
Mnrch 4,   19,,.'   James Pettry agent
PKACK RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Distritt   nf  Cnrihuu.
TIKE  nolico  thnt  Thomas Griffon,  uf
Seattle, Wnsh.,  occupation  carpenter,  in
tends tn  n--lv  fur -cruussinn  tn purchase
lhc  following   described  lnnds;-
Commencim. nt a post plnntetl nbuut 53
milts north nml ubuut S miles west from
Hie 22 mile nnst established  mi  thc R. N.
    W.Mounted Police trail nn the nnrlh hunk
thence east   of the Pence River nt  the mouth ol Cush
Ihenee 1 Creek: thence  smilh  8n chains:   llience cast
PKACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District  uf  Caribuu.
TAKE nntiee Hint Michnel Cannon, nf
Scnllle, Wnsh., nccilptttiott laborer, iniends
tu upply fur v>riuissmu In purchuse the
followin"   descrilied   hiluls:-
Cnmnieucin,' nt u pnst plnnted ubout 51
miles nurlh and about 7 miles west [rum
the 22 mile pnst established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice lrail un tlle nurlh bnnk
nf the Pence River ut the mmith nf Cash
Creek; tlicnce imrih 80 chuins; tnence c-s
8n  clmins:   thence  smilli   Ho chains:   thenee
F__ru_.-y.-8, nm.   Ja
,   -int nl commencement, | wwll 8„ d,,lins t(, 1„,i„i (|I commencement,
res mure ,,r less. : tniituiniiu. 6411 acres more nr less.
WILLIAM TAYLOR.        | .,_.,„. MICHAEL CANNON.
Pctlrv
cenl.
PEA( I
TAKK  ■
PKACE UIVER l.AXD DISTRICT.
TAKE   nnliee  :l ■ ',   Waller  Charles Skill-
er ,,l  Win,nin,1. B   I    uccupnliun lalio_.r
FREDERICK  HI"
ni.       Jns. Pcltrv,
I. WD Dl
1,1 Carihoi
1   Alex.   P.
'V.
il.'ll T
1  Willi..
UAI.IT.   I 11 Mil.I
lu riuire
PEA( 1
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel  nl  Carilmn.
TAKK notice Hint Paul llnlkcr, ol Vancouver, II. C, occupalion Cur-enter, inieiuls in apulv inr permission tu nurchase
Hit   lnl' "described   I.inds:-
Cnmmciiclng at a pnsl planted about 4.
miles north and ubuul 7 milts wcsl [rom
Hit 22 milt i„,st established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice trail nu the nnrlh bank
nl  the Peace   River ut  the mouth uf Cash
Creek  jthcnci rlh 811 chains: tlieiiccjwest
Hu  chnins;   thence suutli   8n  chnins;   thence
east Hu chains in point ni commencement,
containing (,4,1 .urcs, more nr less.
.It.in. PAUL  IIUI.KKR.
February.28, 1911,   Jas. Petirv. n.'ent.
Mnrcli   1,   1911.    Jas. Peltry, agent.
hiickendcn, n
Laborer,  in
, t„ purchasi
orth I nnk
1 ,,[ Cash
ALEX
rwi. i
.1 -   1
'n.l.IAMS.
'
Je.ln
Februnr
PEAC
.(
i nn ;■
: l.ANI)
h!.., Kll T
Distrii
nf   Cm
TAKK
PEACE RIVER'LAND DISTRICT.
District  uf  Carilmn.
TAKE notice ilml Joseph Matthews, ul
Vancouver, li. C, occupntion -arpenter,
inteiuls In apnly iur permissinn tu purchase Hie  lollowing ilescrilieil  lullils:-
Commenciug at n pnsl nlaiitcd about 49
units north and nbout 7 miles wesl imm
lhe 22 mile nnst established mi the It. N.
W Mounted P. .'ice truil nn the Nurlh bnnk
.1 Hit Peace River ut tlle mnuth uf Cush
Creek ;theuce imrth 8n chuius; thelice west
Su clmins: thencc snuth 80 chains, thencc
t.isi Ho chains tn puint nf commencement,
containing 640 acres mnrc nr less.
Je.ln. JOSEPH MA-THEWS.'
February,28,  1911.   Jas. Pettr"   n-ent.
W. Mn
,1 the
i'rttk:
.In
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  nf  Cnrihuu.
TAKK imtice that llcrnnril Steven, nf
Vnncouver, B. C, occunation machinist,
intends in anuly lur permission tu purchase   the   lulluwin-    describeil   lands:-
Commcncehig ut a pust piunted about 49
miles imrth  and abuut  8 milts west  frnm
th,- 22 milt pnst  tslablished mi  tlle R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail mi the llorth bnnk
1 ,,f lhe Pence  River ut the moutb nl Cush
Creek,  thence smith Hn chains; thence cnst
I Hu chains:   thenee  imrih  811 chains-  llience
' west 8n chnins tn puint nf commencement
containing 6411 acres nmre nr less.
Je.ln. BERNARD STEVEN.
Pebrunry 28, lyu.   Jns. Pettry, ugent.
PEA1
TAKK
ends 1 >
lit    UUI.
0, lllllll
PEACK RIVI
Distrii
'AKE  ., tut
II.
illowii
e R. N,
lh hank
,,l  Casl
ch.i
i,|n
PEACI
IKK !■
.1.   ll
. RIVKR  I.
lis::,,'   ■,!
C         .     , 'll,.
-XI) DIS
Caril 1
lit.s Nix
I     Cal
ALKUKU
PKACK RIVEH  1.'
Districl  ■ I
r,  ll   C, occi
PKACK RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKI1:   notice     that   John     Wellington
Kii.iiv,   nl   Vancouver,   li    C,   occupntion
carpenter, intends to apply fur permission
t,, purchase tin- following ilcncril>eil  lands:
Commencing at a nost plmiUd ahout 49
J link's  north and  alioul   9  miles west  from
. tb_i 22 mile pose established on the R.N.
i W.Mounted Police trail on the north hank
ul   tin.' Peace  River at  the mouth of Cash
Creek,  tlicnce north 8o ihains;  thelice cast
So  chains;   theuce   south   8o  chains;   theuce
wesl Hn chains lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acr.'s more nr less.
Je.m JOHN WELLINGTON KADKV.
February 2H, 1911,   Jas. Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that John Cn Hazier, of
Seattle Wash., occunation miner, intends
to apply for permission lo purehase the
Iol'" ••      rl   lands:-
Commenciu" at a pust plnnted about 51
miles north ami about 7 miles west from
the 22 mile post eslublished on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bauk
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek
thence north 80 chains; thence west Ho
chains; tbence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 6.(u acres mure or less.
Je.10. JOHN GAU,AGHI3R.
March   1,   mil.    Jas.  Peltry,  agent.
its'  Ho ehnins to point
niitttfnlng <>4<> ncres more or less.
le.io. JOHN' (■l.KKK,
Marcba,    ton.       Jas.    Pettry,   agent
PKACK  RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notico thnl Victor Ilnrrisoii Kv-
niiS, of Seattle, Wash., occupntion Junk
Dealer, intends to nm-ly for iiermission to
purchnse the following described lands:-
Commencing nl a nost planted about 51
miles norlh nnd about 1 mile west from
the 72 mil'1 onsl established on the R. N.
Vi. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
nf she I'eaee River nt the mouth of Cash
Oeek; thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 cbains; tiience south 80 chains: tlicnce
west Ho chains to point of commencement,
contuinint' 6.(0 ncr<-s more or less.
Jb.to.    VICTOR   HARRISON   EVANS.
March   y,   1911.      Jns.   Pctlry,   agent.
miiencetnetit, 1 Ho chains;   thence   north   Ho chains:   thencc
west 80 clmins to point of cnmmencemeiit,
containing b.\o acres more or less.
Je-io THOMAS URIKKKN.
March  y,   ion.    James  Pettrv,  agent.
PKACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK nutiee that Thomas McAvoy, of
Seattle, Wash., uccupaliun laborer, intends
t-i apply for permission to purchase the
following   described   lands;-
Commencing' at a post planted ahout 51
miles north nod about 7 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W., mounted pnlice trail on the north bnnk
of Pence River nf the mouth of Cash Creek
Creek; thencc south 80 chains; thence wcsl
80 chains; tbence north 80 chains; tbence
east 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres m<>re nr less.
Jc.lo. THOMAS McAVOY.
March   I,   1911.     Jas.   Peltry,   agent.
YKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Hen Simpson, of
Seattle Wash., occupation sawyer, intends
lo apply Inr permission tu purcliuse thc
following   ilescribed   lauds:-
Commencing at a post planted about 51
miles north and about 5 miles west Irnm
the 22 mile pnst established on the K. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bunk
of Place Riccr at the mouth of Oas.ll Creek
thence, south 80 chains; Ihcnce easl Ho
chain.1; thence north 80 eliains; thence west
Ho ehains to point of commencement, con-
taining 640 acres more or less.
Jefio, BEN  SIMPSON.
March   r,   1911.     Jas.   Pettry,   agent.
plan
rR 11 1
c« McDoi
PKACE KIVER   LAND DISTRICT.
District   ol   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William l'oragher, nl
j Vancouver, B, C, occupation Primer, in
lends tu apply fur permission to purchase
the  following  described   latids;-
Cmiimcnrng at a post planted about 49
mi'.'s north ami abuut ij miles west from
(be 22 mill- post established oil the R. N,
U. Mounted Police irail mi the north bnnk
.1 lhe Pence River nl tlu> molltll of Cash
Cm-k them-,- north Hn chnins: thence wesl
Hn   chains;    tlieine   Solllil   80   cluilis;   tlicnce
east 80 chains tu poinl nf commcnccmUiil,
emit.lining 640 acres more or less.
Je.10 WII.I.IAM PORAGHER.
,     March   1,   1011.     Jas.   Peltry,   agent.
PEACE IMVKR  l.ANI) DISTRICT.
D.strut  ol Card	
TAKIC  notice thai   Thomas Thortey, ol
upalion   Laborer,  in
W  M-.
nted 1\
River
JIMMV HOCUS*.
Pcl.ruary.aH   1 1
PEAC I. RH 1',
TAKE notlei   il
'. iitruiivei    It   t
Vancouver,  ti   t
tends to apnlv iur permission to purchase
the following .h-s-rihed lunds:-
Commciicing at a nost planted about 49
miles north and aboui <i miles wesi Imm
the jj mile pksl established un the R. N.
, w. Mounted Police trail mi the north bank
ul   Hie   Pence   River at   the mouth of  Cash
Creek; thciice south 80 chai:
Ho chains;  thence north 80 chains; tin
east 80 chnina tn point of commencetu
containing 640 acres nvre ur less.
Je.lo. THOMAS TIKIRLKY.
March   1,   1911.    Jas, Peltry,  ugent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici   of   Cariboo.
Take notice that Joseph Henry Mc
Glniiis, of Seattle, Wash., nccupation logger, intends to apply lor permission tu
purchase the following described  lands:-
Cninmencing at a post planled about si
miles nortii nud aboul 5 miles west fr,,m
the 22 mile posl established mi the R.N.
Vi. Mounted Pnlice trail oil the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth ul Cask Creek
thelice north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 ehnins; tlicnce wcsl
80 chnins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more nr less.
Je.io, JOSEPH  HENRY  McC.INNIS.
March   I, 19II,    James   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of  Carihoo.
TAKE notice that Alexander Shepherd,
of Scnllle Wash., occupation laborer,
intends tn apply tot permission t<> purehase the  following described  lands:-
Coniniencing at a post planled about 51
miles north and about \ miles west from
the 22 mile post established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north I uui J.
nf Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek
thence north 80 chains; ihenee west Ho
chains; llience south 80 chains: thence cusl
Ho chains to point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.to. ALEXANDER SHEPHERD.
March,   2,   iyn.     Jns.   Pettrv,   uia-lil.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  lhat   Harry  (_lsi.li, of Si
fillet,   Wash.,   occupalion   laborer,   intends
to   upply   for   permissimi   to   pnrcligse   lhe
lullowing  described   lands:-
Cuinmeuciug at a post planted aboul 51
miles north and about 5 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of the Peace River al lhe moiith of »\sh
c west . Creek, ihenee south 80 chains-, thence wesl
Ho chains; thence north Ho chain;.; thence
east Ho ehains to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or iess.
Je.io, HARRY 0L3EN.
March,   2,    1911,     Jas.   Petlry,   nt'Ciit.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKIC nnliee that Harry Roach, of
Seattle, Wash., occupation I.n^-er, intends
to apnly for nermission to purchase the
following described lniids:-
Commeueiiig ni a nost nlnnted about .si
miles nnrlh and aboul I mile wst from
tin- ■?! mile nnst established oil the R.N,
Vi. Mmmied Police trail mi the forth b-mk
nf the Peace River -1 the moulh of Cash
f'rec1*; thenn' nurth 80 cbailiS' llience west
8n chains; then-e soutli 80 chains; thenee
east 80 chains to "oint of commencement,
emitninitiir f»4'i acres more nr less.
Je.io. J.ARRV ROACH.
March   y,   1911.     Jns.   Pettry,   agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
District  id  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Jnmes Elliott, ni
Seattle Wash., oeeiipntion lumberman, intends tn imply for nermission to purchuse
the lollowing described Innds:-
Commencing at a nost planted about _y
miles norlh and about s miles wit from
lhe 32 mile nost established on the R, N.
W. Mounted Pnlice trail nn the imrth bnnk
nf the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek: thence north 80 chains' Ihenee cast
80 cljcttlB!   thence   south   So  chains;   tliencc
west Ho chains tn point nf commencement,
conlaining 640 ncres morp or less.
Jem. JAMKS ELLIOTT,
March  y,   1911.    James Peltry,  agent
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District nl Caribon.
TAKK notice that Kmuk Walker, ,,I Se
utile, Wash, occ\l"alloii Ry. Brokcman, in
wilds to upply for permission in purchase
the followlHn described biiids:-
Commeticing nt a post planted about s,l
miles north ami aboul 9 miles west iroiii
lhe 22 mile post established on thu R. N.
W. Mounted Police trnil on the north hunk
of the Peace River at the moiMb of Cash
Creek, llience smith 80 chains: thence west
80 chains; llience north Ro chains; thence
cast 80 elmins; to point of commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more nr less.
Je.io. PRANK WALKKR.
Mnrch,4,   191a.      James   Pettr      agent.
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Carilmn.
TAKE   nnliee   lhat   Walter  St.   John,  nf
Seattle, Wash., occtination Cnr"ent'.r, iniends lo nnnlv for permission to purchase
llie  following described  lands:
Commencing at u post nlnnted snout 41.
miles norlh nud about M miles wcsl of
the 22 mile nost established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice trnil on lhe north bank
of thc Peace River at* the mouth nl Cash
Creek; theuce snuth Ho chnms; llience e>
H<> chains: theuce north 80 cliains; tlicnce
west  Ho  chains  tn  point  nf eollllliciieeine
containing 6jo acres more nr less.
Je.l. WALTKR ST JOHN.
March 6,   1911.      James Peltry, aifCllt
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Diltrict  of Cariboo.
TAKK notice tlmt Prank Mini"/., of Seat
tie, Wash., occupation Millwritrht, intends
to apply for permission to purcliase the
following   described   liinds:-
Cnmmencing nt a nost planted nbout 51
miles north and about 1 mile wesl from
the 22 mile nost established 011 the R. N.
W.Mounted Police trail mi lhe north bank
uf ibe Peace River nt the mouth nf Cash
Crcek';thcnce south 80 chains': thence west
80 chains; llience north 80 chains; tbence
east 80 cliains to noint nf commencement,
containing 640 ucres more or less.
Je.io. FRANK MUNKZ.
March   3,   19if.      Jas.   Pettrv,   agent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Caribou.
TAKE notice thai Harry Miller, of
Seattle, Wash., occupation Steamboat
Steward, intends  tn apply l,>r nermission
lu   purchase   the   following  described   lauds;
Cummencing at a post plauted about 53
miles north and about l mile west from
the 22 mile pnst established nn the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail nu tlie nurlh bank
nf the Peace River nt the mmttli uf Cash
Creek; thence smith 80 chains; thenee east
Ho chains; llience norlh 80 chains; thence
west Ho chains to point nf commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Jefio. HARRY MILLER.
Marcli   y,   1911.      Jas.   Petirv.   agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of Caribno,
TAKK nntiee that Kimelt MeCurdy, nf
Seattle, Wash., occupution Teamster, in
tends to apply Iur permissiun to purchase
the following described lands;-
Cummencing at a pnst planted about 53
milcs north and about 1 mile west irom
the 22 mile post established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail nu the north bank
of the Peace River al the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence north Ho chains; theuce east
80 cliains; thence south Ko cliains; theuce
wcsl 80 chains to point of commencement
coutnining 640 acres more or less.
Jc.lo. KNNETT McCPRDY.
March   3,   1911.     Jas.   Petlry.   jiirent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice thai Charles Brown, of
Seattle, Wash., uccupaiion Skidder, intends to apply tnr permission in purchase
the fulluwing described lands:-
Cummencing al n pnsl plauted abuut 53
miles liortll und abuut 1 mile West id the
22 mile pust eslublished nil the R. N. W.
Mniiuted Pnlice trail, mi the north bunk of
lhe Pence River ut the mouth uf Cash
Creek, thence north 0 ihains; thence west
Hu chailis;   llience  south   Ho chains;   thence
east 80 chnms to point of commencement
conlaining 640 acres more or less.
Je.10. CIIARLKS  BROWN.
March  3,   1911.     Jas.  i'ettry,  agent-
ir   McAlpi
ion Piremt
th- R.'N
orth 1,1111k
11   nl   Cash
10 lU'.SlM    MM,I'd'
cbruary 2:, iiu.   .1.0   pcti \
PEAI I. IU\ Kl.  I \-.i> |)i i| 1
I'\
V. ALT I- V
• 1    less.
VLPINE,
nt.
PEACE RIVER'LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici   ol   Caribuu.
TAKE imtice tlmt Lewis Ilalvcraon, of
'Seattle, Wash,, oecupatiun Logger, intends
in apply lut permission in purchaBc the
following described lauds.
Commencing at a pust planted about 49
miles north mid about 9 mibs west from
: lhe 22 mile pnst established mi llle R. N.
1 W. Mounted Police trail mi the nnrth bank
' of the Peace River nt (he molltll nf Cash
Creek; thence smith Ijo chains; thencu easl
1 Ko chains; iheuce imrth 8u cliains; thence
wesl Hu chains lo puint nl c.,mmi'iicctiiclit,
coutnining b.|o acres in..re or less.
'    ■ LEWIS  HALVKHSON.
•las.   Petlry,   agent.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
TAKK nutiee thai Jumes Kelly, ni
Seattle. Wash., occupation laborer, intends
to apply for permission to purcliase lhe
luliuwing   described   lands:-
Cnmiiienciug ai u post planted about 53
miles north und ubmit 1 mile west Irum
lhe 22 mile pust established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of the Peace River al lhe llluUlh uf Cuidl
Creek Llience south Ho chains; thence west
Ho chains; theuce norlli Hn chains; thelice
eust 80 chains lo point uf commencement,
conlaining 640 acres nmre of less.
Je.io. JAMKS KKLLY.
March   3,   1911,      JflS.   Peliry,   at-cnt.
PKACK RIVEH LAND DISTRICT.
District   nf  Caribuo.
TAKK notice that Buvn Tliopins Kimx
of Si-i'tile Wash., occupation S. S. Engineer, intends to nnnlv for permission to
purchase  tbe  following   described   lalids:-
Cmum.iH'im. i>t u Posl planted nboul si
mih's nurtli und ahmit s miles west frm*.
the 22 mile nosl established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice trail un the north banl
,d the Peace River at tbe moulll nl Cash
''reek; tbence north Ho chains' llience west
So chains: thenee so"lb Hn chains: thence
east Ho chains to nolrit ol commencement,
eontaining 640 act" mor* ,,r i1"**-
Jp.to. ROVA T"ov\s KNOX
March   3,   1911.    James  Pettry,   uncut.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  nf  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that John Omelin, nf
Seattle, Wash., uccupatiun moulder, iniends to applv Inr t.rrmissimi to purchase
the fullnwiiiu' described   lands:-
Commencing nt a nost nlnnted about ?i
miles norlli and abuut n miles wesl of the
23 mile nnst established nn the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail mi the imrth bank of
(be Peace River at the mnuth of Cash
Creek: thence south 80 chains: Ihcnce ensl
80 chuins: thence nnrlh 80 chnins: theuce
west 80 ehains tn point nf cmnmeucemclit,
cnulniniiig64o acres more nr less.
Je.io. JOHN OMKLIA.
March-.,   I9".      James  Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici  of Curiboo.
TAKK imtice that Henry Huston Smoot,
of 'Seattle Wash., occupation carpenter, intends tn umdv Inr permissiuli In purchasi" the  fnlb.wiiii'   .lescribed Innds;-
Commencltlg nt  a  post  planted  about js
miles north  and about  u  miles • ■  of
ibe 22 mile oust established on the U. S.
Vi. Mounted Police trail nn thc imrth bnnk
ul the Peace River at the mouth nf Cash
Creek; tbence imrlb 80 chnins: thenceeast
80 chains: theuce sunth 80 chains thenn
west Ho chains lu noint of commencement,
contuining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. HENRY HUSTON SMOOT,
March 6,   1911.      Jnmes Peliry   ai-enl.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici  of Carilmn.
TAKE imtice lhat Jesse Almnii Slsyfnil
nf Seattle, Wash., occupation teamster, iniends tn anply f'»r nermission tn purch
tbe fotlowimr described Innds:-
Cuiniuciieiiig nt a post plnnled nimitt js
miles nor'h nml about 11 miles we-t nf
the ?2 mile "ust established on tbe I. N.
Vi. Mounted Police trail on the nortli bunk
nf the Peace River nt the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence north Hn chains: thence west
80 chaius: thence snuth 80 chains: llu
east 80 chnins, tn puint uf cnliimeiicemenl,
Cuntaining 640 ncres nmre nr less.
Je.io. JESSE ALMAN SLAYTON
March  6,   1911,    James  Pettrv    agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   id   Cnriboo.
TAKK imlicc thut Andrew Joyce, of
Seattle, Wash., occupation Cranesman, in
lends In aimly for nermission lo nurchase
lhe  following descriheil   lauds:-
Cummencing at a post planled about S3
miles north aud about 7 miles west imm
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail mi the north bunk
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence soutb Ho chains; llience east
Ho chains; thence liortll 80 chaius: theuce
west Ho cliains to point uf commencement,
cuntaining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ANDREW   JOYCE.
March3,   1911.      Jnmes   Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl   of   Cnrihoo.
TAKE notice that Daniel Davis Cil les,
of Seattle Wash., occupation lumberman,
intends to a*" '" tor permission to purcliuse the luliuwing described  binds
Cummencing at a pust planted abuut 53
miles nortli and about 7 miles west Irom
the 22 mile post established nu the R. N.
W. Mounted Police iruil un the north bank
nf lhe Peace Rner at the month of Cash
Creek; thencc north Ho chains; thelice cast
Ho chains; llience south Ho chains; thence
west 80 cliains tu puint uf commencement,
Containing 640 ucres nmre or less.
Je.io, DANIEL DAVIS OILI.IS.
March  4,   1911.    James  Pettry  agent.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of  Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Nathan Duncan, of
Seattle, Wash,, nccinnitiuii railroad porter,
intends tn apply for permission to purchase thc following deHcrilnsd lands:-
Cutiimeiicing at a post planted about 53
miles north and about 7 miles west frmn
lhe  22 mile  pnst estnblished on   the R. N.
W. Mounted Pnlice ir 11     north bank
uf lhe Peace River at the mnuth nf Cash
Creek; llience north 80 chains; thence wcsl
80 chaius; tliencc smith 80 chains; thence
east 80 chuins to point of com mencement
containing (>.|o acres mure or less.
Je.lo. NATHAN  DUNCAN.
Murch   4,   1911.    James  Pettry  agent.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cnriboo.
TAKE notice lhat Oeorge I'mukliu, ol
Seattle Wash., nccllpntiuii Blacksmith, intends  to applv  lor perinissiun  to  plir'lmse
the (ollowlng described lands:1
Cummencing at  a "nsl   planted aboil.   53
Jr. in
March   I,
Ci
TAKI.   1
ol Stewat
intends   lo
mOci
t> e
w. a
ue   ll,„l   01
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John
PEACE HIVKU  LAND DlS'll.lCT.
Dislii.t   ut   Card	
TAKE   imli.e      thai    .Iuh,,   Warwick
PEACE RIVEH  LAND DISTRICT.
D'sinei   id   Caribuu.
ap..
din
TAKE  1
Seattle, W
in purchase   t" apnly
following ■
ed nbout  .p>      Comineiu
ice    Hint    Willie   Wedding,   n(
.il, occupation Warier, intends
-   permission   to   purciuise   the
icril ed lands!'
post plnnled about 49
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl   n[   Cariboo.
TAKIC nnliee that Willielm MurniBSetl,
nl Seattle Wash., occupation 1. holer, inteiuls lu apply for permis.imi in pi.nhasu
the lullowing described I inds.-
Coiumencilig   nl  a   pust   planted  al mit   51
miles imrih nml about 3 miles west Irom ; miles north and nbout 3 miles wesi from
the 22 mile pust established mi tin- U. N, the 22 mile post established on lhe R. N.
W, Mounted Police truil on the north bank 1 W. Mounsed Police truil on lhc north hnllk
of lhe Peace River ul lhe mollth nf Cash ol the Peace River nt lhe limn I h nf Cush
Creek; thencc south 80 chains; thelice e.ist Creek: theuee smith 80 ciinius; thelice eust
80 chains; theuee north 80 clmins; Llu lice 80 chains; thence imrth 811 chains; theuce
west 80 chuins to point ol comtnenctiiUenl, | west 80 clmins to point of cnmmeiicemciil,
cuntaining b.|o neres more or less.
JeJ.Ki. OEORGE   FRANKLIN.
March   ..     1911,      Jas.   Peitr-     went.
containing 040 acres m
Je.io. W1LHKLM MAONUSSON,
March,   2,    phi.     Jns.   Petlry    .tiroiil.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRK I'.
Disirici  of  Curibou.
TAKE   notice      that   Axel,   Johnson,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Diltrict   ol   Caribou.
to apply for pen
lullowing described
Cdiiimciicinir  ut   a post   planted  allot
thnt    Oeorge   Drown,   of
nccupation waiter, Intends
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice thut Levi Howard, of Scuttle, Wash., occupation Plasterer, iniends
to apply lor permission tu purchase the
following  described   lands:
Commencing ut a post planted about 53
miles north umt ubuut 7 miles wesl from
the 22 mile pnst established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the imrth bauk
»r the Pence River at the mouth id Cash
Creek; thence sonlh 80 chains; thence west
80 chains: theuce north Ho chains' thencc
eust 80 chains to point uf cummencement,
cmituining 640 acres tnnre nr lest..
Je.lo. LEVI  HAWARD.
Murch  4,   1911.    James  Peltry  agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  uf  Caribuu.
TAKE notice that John Scott, of Seat lie, Wush., oecupatiun Logger, intends
tn apply for permission to purchase the
lullowing described laiids:-
Coiilllielicillg at 11 post planted about _y
miles north und about 9 miles west Irnm
the 22 mile pust established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on lhe north bank
uf thc Peace River at the moutli nf Cash
Creek, llience soulh 80 chains; Iheuce e..sl
80 chuins; thence north 80 chains; theme
west 80 ciiuins to point of commencement
colltallling ("t" ucres moce ur less.
Je.io. JOHN SCOTT.
Murch  4,   1911,    Jumcs  Peltry  ugent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cnriboo.
TAKE   nnliee   Hint      Willie   Madden,   uf
Seuttle,   Wash.,   uccupntiun   carpenter,   iu
•      p -.1    est ibll-.br.
inted Police truil 1
Peace   River    nl
laming   ftp.  inns   rn* re   or   less.
Je.io,        in,}.; JOHN  HENUKRSO
February 27, 1911,   ,1.,.,. ivurv   .
cs  re nr less.
JOHN  WARWICK
I.   Jas.  l'..:rv. a;
TAKK   1
Seattle Wash., occupatlkn  logger, inteiuls Seattle W
11   to  purchnse  the to>  apply   for   permission   lu  purchase  Hie ; tends to apply b.r permission to purchase
lv luliuwing described lands:-                            ] the lollowing described  Infills:-
,    ,               ,                      i     1                   ,    .               , Commencing at a post planted ubuut S31    Cummencing al u liusi piunted aboul  si
i- - ,1 ,i,-. ,,.ii,::", "iiiiVX zffi r m ! "'_."'-..'"",.,'., 1..1 Ati"7 !.""'""', f,'m.lM w."1 "•'"" m|,c» '""•"''""' "> 11 m'li wi. L,,
K   N.  ...    tiie 22 mile   post   established  ',11   the   K.   N.    llie   22   mile   ",,sl   established   on   the R, N. lhe   22   mi e   posl  esta 1  s-ed  oil   the   R   N.    lhe   J2   mile     •*   _.tilj_t.l.__li_>d   mt   1),.,   o    w
';,"".„_,!.SZzzzztz-..x K 5-yz:lZl:ZZzZ;;Z;__l TZT"hzrr^$.*».i%"™««k«*%__ 1,LNii
80 chains;   tliencc   south   80  chnins;   llience Ho  chuius;   thenee  south
west 80 chuins tn	
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Matheson, of
Seuttle, Wash., occupation Fireman, i"
tends to apply lor permissiun to purchase
the  followfn"  described   lands:-
Commend II" at a post planted auuut 4s
milcs imr'li n"'1 about II miles west nf
the 22 mile nost established nn the R, X.
W. Mounted Police trail mi thc imrth bauk
nf the Pence River nt lhc pinttth o| Cnsll
Creek; thence snuth 80 chains' Ihenee west
80 chains: thence north Kn chains; thence
east 80 cliains, to point nf commencement,
containing 640 acres nmre nr less.
Je.io. WILLIAM   MATHESON.
March   6,   19II.    James   Petlry,   airent,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Vkkcrs Rantshcolh,
of Seattle, Wash., uccupution ^ailmuk.f
inteiuls to  p lur    -nnissinn  to puri.li-.
ase the  follow 111* described laiids:-
Cummeiicing at a Post planted about 17
miles north ami about 11 miles west of
the 22 mile post established mi the R. N,
W. Mounted Police trnil on the nurth lnml-
ol the Peace River at the mouth of Cnsh
Creek; thelice south Hit chains; tlicnce east
80 cliains; thencu north 80 chnins; theuee
west 80 clinins tu puint of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. VICKKRS  RAMSHKATlb
Marcli   6,   190.    James   Peliry,   agent
l'EACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Willie Hawkes, of Seattle, Wash._ occunation lo--- iniends to
apnly fur permission io purchase the lot-
lowing  descriiicd  lands:-
Commencing at a post planled about 47
miles nurth and ubmit 11 miles wesl of
the 22 mile post established oil the K. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the imrth bunk
uf the Peace River at the muulh of Cash
Creek; thence nnrlh 80 chains; thenceeast
80 clmins; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 clmins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres nmre or [ess.
Je.io. WILLIE  HAWKES.
Murch   6,   1911.    James   Peltry,   agent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Fred Suud. of Scuttle
Wash., occupation Rancher, intends lo apply for permissinn to purcliuse lhe lollow-
In* described binds:-
Cummencing at a post planted about 47
miles north nnd about 11 miles west of
the 22 mile post eslublished oil lhc R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail oil the north ban
of the Pence River nt the mouth of Cnsh
Creek; thence liortll 80 chains; theuce wcsl
80 chains; Ihenee .smith 80 chains; thence
eust 80 chnins, to point ol cniiimeticcinent,
containing 640 ucres mure or less.
Je.io. FRKD SNUD.
March  6,   1911.    James  Pettry,  agent.
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Smith, ol Seattle, Wush., occupation Rancher, Intends
to apply 'or permissiun tu purchuse the
[pllowing described luiuls.-
Cummencing nt a pnst planted ubuut 47
miles north und uboul 11 miles wcsl itl
the 22 mile post established on lhe RN
W. Mounted Pnlice trail oil the north lidhk
of the Peace River nl the mouth ol Cash
Creek; thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chnins; theuee norlh 80 chains; thence
east 80 chuins, to point ol comtiiencemeiii,
containing 640 acres nmre or less.
Je.lo. JOHN  SMITH.
Mnrch 6,  1911.   James Peliry.  agent.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nutiee thnt Norman Henry Ror-
abuugh, of Seal tie, Wash., occupation
Rancher, intends to imply for permission
tu purcliase the followim- iLscrilcd lands:
Commencing at a post planted ubuut v>
miles north and about 11 miles west •'
the 22 mile post eslublished on the H- N
W. Mounted Police iruil on tho north hunk
nf the Pence River nt the mouth nf Cask
Creek; ihenee smith 80 clmiiiH; thence fust
80 chains; thence imrth 8u chuins; theme
west 80 clmins to point id cnlirttioiicemeut,
containing 040 neres nmre of less.
Je.io.       NORMAN HKNRV RURAHAU'H
Murcli  6,   19U.    James  Pettry.  ugent.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnrihno,
TAKE ""lice thut Pen Mitchell Combs,
ol Seuttle Wash., occnpatb.il sah'Stn.n
lends  to    -dy fur perinissimr to
the following described   lands:-
Cnmmeucing nt a pnsl planted about S
miles nurlh ami about [3 miles west '
the 33 mile pust eslublished mi the K-
mirclias
W. Mounted Police trail on the north ]
Cash
theuce   smith   80  chains;   thence
tneni,   west 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing (140 acres more nr less,
\ Je.io. WILLIE WEDDING,
,enl. Mar.h   i,   1911.    J,is.  Pottry,  agent,
ciitiiinin. m, mm 'Li. TiT.ccmw'Mrtt ,WM H" ' "■ • • -1 —"<
Je.io. AXKl. JOHNSON. .I..,,,.
Marcli,  J,   i.n.   Jus,  Pottry, uncut. Murcli 3,
  the Peaco River nf tlie tnmitli
eust ] .'reck; tlicnce north flu chnitiH:  thence eust i Creek;  Ihcnce south 80 chuins;  l',t'""'/\,l,
hnins;  thencc! 80 chnins;   thence soutli Bo chuins;   thencc   8n chnius;   thencc  north  81) chuins;  ""'
cunt 80 chuins, to point of 011111111'"'""
...niuiuinj, 6,0 ucres more or less. contuiniiiir _.|o ncres more or less,
.Ic.ln. WII.l.ll. MAIIDKN. ,1c. 10. HliN M ITCH UI.I, COMBS"'
Murcli 4,  i.i,,   .Unit... Pettry njent.   ,     Mnrch, 8.  1.11.   ..uiiies Peltry. »«""■
I'.RIIRCK I1U0WN.
Jns. Pottry, i,giin_, 1 nu    HCltALU
Cnriboo Lnnd District - District of Curibou.
TAKK notice that C, Prank Logan, ol
Port Iliiinm"iul, uceiipuliou farmer, in-
lends to upply Inr jwutftifoli tp purcliaae
il,,. following deacrlbed luiidr-
Commencllig at a pout planled }% miles
.south mnl iH miles enst of llie south west
enrner uf Lot 1,5"..; thenee BOlltll Hu eluiin.s
Uieme west So chuins;' tbencc nortli So
.hains; thencu eust 80 eliuins lo plnce of
commencement; containing (i4<> ncrea.
,l[(.l5. C. FRANK LOGAN.
Mnrcli 13,  1911-
paoe pivk.
Cariboo Land Diutrict - Diatrict ol Carilioo, J Cariboo Land Diatrlct - District of Cnrib
TAKK notit
TAKK noiice tlmt Alva Walters, of.
Harper*! Camp, occupation spinster, inteiuls to apply lor permission to purcliuse
tbe   following  deserihed   latlds;-
Cuiiimeiicing at a post  planted y mites j
liortll uud a miles enst from the smilh eust   east und 3 mill
corner of Lot 1,503; thence nortli 80 clmins
theuce   west  Hu  eliuins;   tliencc   soutli   Bt>
chains;   thence easl  80 cli
commencement.
loo. ' Curiboo Land District - District of Cariboo.    Curibuu Land District - District of Cnriboo.
Ce mat James Kelly, of Van- j     TAKK nntiee  tlmt Tims.   Watkins linker!     TAKK    notice   tlmt     Samuel   Ricei,   of
ver,f occupation longshoreman,  intends  of Port Hammond, occupation lurmer, in-' Vancouver,    oecupatiun  merchant,  intends
tends lu apply fur permissiun to purcliaae j to  apply   lur   permission   to  purchase   Ibe
the following describe.! lands j following  described   binds.
Commencing ut a post plauted 1% miles 1 Commencing at a noat planted 3 miles
smith nii'l* 18 miles east nl the south-wesl ! north and 3 milcs eust from the soutli-
corticr of Lot 1,503; thencc nnrth 80 chuins
Ihcnce  enst  80  chuius;     theuce   south   8c
ap.15, ALVA WALTERS.
Mnrch J41I1.  1911.
tu  apply   for  permission   io   purchase  the
following described lands: -
Cummencing  al  a post   planted  y  mites
Tlli   uf  the  smith east
corner of Lot  15O3; thence North 80 chains
thence    cast   80  chains;     thencc   suulh   80
to  pluce  ol! chains;   thence wcsl Ho chains  tu  place of
beginning
i'l>-i5- JAMI5S KKLLY.
Mnrcli   14th.   1911.
ast  corner of   Lot   1,503;   tbence south 80 j
liains; tbence eust 80 chains; thencc nurtli
hains;   thence west 80 chains   to  place of   80 chains;   tiiciiee west 80 chnins In place J
ommencement; containing 640 acres. | nl commeriMme.it.
1.15. SAMUKL RICEI.
March   14II1.   1911.
apIH THOMAS   WATKINS   BAKER,
Marcli   131I1.   1911. '
Cnriboo Land Diatrict - District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Annie Moore uf Harp- j
er's Camp, occupation school teacher, in- ;
tends to apply for permission to purchase
lhe   folluwiug   described   lands:-
Commeneing nt a post planted 3 miles
north and 3 miles east from the southeast corner of lot 1503; theuce south 80
chains; theuce west Bo chains; thencc north
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to place
of commencement.
up.15. ANNIK MOORK.
March  14th.   iyli.
Cariboo Laud District - District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Knawrd Wutkins
Baker, of Port Hammond, occupation
larmer, intends to apply for permission to
purchase  lhe  luliuwing described   lands:-
Commenciiig at a pust plauted l% miles
south and 18 miles east of thc south-west
curner of Lot 1,503; thencc north 80 chains
thence west 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains ta place uf
cummencement, containing 640 acres,
ap.   EDWARD WATKINS HAKKR.
March  13111,   191 r.
—The Cariboo wagon road is 167 miles long
—That statement alone will prove to the readers the impossibility of price competition for imported beer against the product of a local industry
 THE	
NORTHERN INTERIOR BREWING Co.Ld.
Has been incorporated by men who have had long business experience in Cariboo. The objects of the company are:
To manufacture beer for the trade of the Northern Interior; both to satisfy present requirements and the increasing
demands of the construction next year and thereafter. To maintain a brewery capable of supplying the demand for a first-class beer
Read this prospectus.   The facts are here:
A prospectus lins been issued which reads
in part as follows:
.OI.TII I.I.N INTKI.IOI. BREWING
COMPANY LIMITED.
Incorporated under tlic B. C. Compunies
Acts.
SHARE CAPITAL 830,000,00.
divided into' 000 shures of 850.00 each.
PRESENT ISSUE
300 shures of 850.00 each at par,
payable
\ on application and \ on the corresponding
day of each of the' three following months.
DIRECTORS
JOHN, A. ERASER, M. P. P. Merchant, of
Quesnel, 15. C. President.
JOHN B. DANIELL, President, Northern
Interior Printing Co, Ltd. South Fort
George, Vice-President.
WILLIAM L. COLLINS, Manager Hudson's Bay Co., Quesnel,        Secy-Treasurer.
A. W. CAMERON, Bank Manager, President
Quesnel Board of Trade, Quesnel, B. C.
EDWARD' L. KJiPNER, Proprietor Occidental Hotel, Quosnel B. 0.
GETRGE J. WALKER, Late Government
Agent, Barkerville B. C.
BANKERS
The Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel B. C.
SOLICITOR
E. J. Avison, Quesnel, B. C,
Registered Ollice —
- Quesnel B. C.
This company is proposing to immediately
erect at Quesnel, a high class, modern brewery, and is off-ring to Ihe public for subscription at par 300 of its (MIO shares.
Since the incorporation of the company
several jnonths ago, continuous efforts have
been made to obtain from the Dominion
Inland Revenue Departnmnt its consent to
the issue of a brewery licence. It has now
agreed to a grant being made when the
brewery is erected, and it has already appointed an Inland Revenue Inspector ut
Quesnel to transact the business of the company. An application will be made with all
practicable speed   for a   provincial licence,
and the Directors now propose to immediately construct and ecpiip thi-' brewery.
The whole expenses of promoting the
company, including Solicitors charges for
promotion; Government fees; slock books;
the printing of stock certificates and tho
Articles of Association; Solicitor's charges
for securing an understanding from the
Dominion Government ns to a grant of a
licence when brewety is erected; the cost of
printing and publishing this prospectus have
been assumed by the Directors, or some of
them, and for so doing the said J. B. Daniell will be allotted 60 shares, and the said
J. A. Fraser; W. L. Collins; 'A. W. Cameron;
E. L. Kepner; and George J. Walker IS
shares each. A contract dated 25 November
1910 to this effect has been entered into between the Company and the individual Directors und the same may be seen at the registered office of the Company during business hours.
The Company is thus, without the payment of a single dollar, in the very fortunate position of being discharged from all initial und organizing expenses.
No shares will be (issued at a discount and
every dollar subscribed will be used for the
uctual business ,needs of the company.
The Directors nre fortunate in having secured the services of Mr. George Bruder as
Brewer and Manager. Mr. Bruder is splendidly equipped for the position. He has 25
years experience as a Brewer in Germany,
Switzerland, the United States and Canada.
He is a graduate of the American Brewing
Academy and was for years Brewmaster of
the Upper Michigan Brewing Company, and
later of the Imperial Brewing Company, of
Kamloops, both of which were exceedingly
successful under his management.
Mr. Bruder is the owner of a considerable
amount of Brewing plant and apparatus,
and so much confidence has he in the possibilities of this Distriet, and the successful
outlook of the Company (hat he has agreed
to turn over his plant at a valuation in exchange for the shares of the Company at
full par value.
The Directors only propose to raise the
capital necessary to place the Company in a
thoroughly sound financial condition, and
now offer for sale 815,000,00 of shares bused
on the following estimate:
Site     8500.00
Building 7000.00
Machinery etc .000.00
Plant and Apparatus  1500.00
Tools and accessories 500.00
Working Capital 2500.00
is approximately 17 cents.
816,000.00
Less estimated value of
Mr. Bruder's plant   1250.00
Net amount  of capital
required    814750.00
ESTIMATED PROFITS.
First working year,
Cost of manufacturing
1500 bbls., @ 88.00 ... 812,000.00
Selling price thereof @
822.25 per bbl.,(wholesale in   Quesnel is today 830.00 per barrel ...33,375.00
The profits of Breweries are proverbial.
The distances of this country from the railroad; the impossibility of price competition
from the nearest brewery; the immense extent of territory this brewery will serve; and
the splendid prices obtainable, place this
brewery in a class by itself, and make the
Directors firm in their belief that this company will in a very short tiine be in an exceedingly prosperous condition and paying a
very high rate of dividend.
This brewery will supply Quesnel, Fort
George, Stanley, 150 Mile House, Soda
Creek, Quesnel Forks, Hydraulic, and all the
surrounding country, and it is estimated
that these places, during this year, consume
at least 2000 barrels of beer. The plant it is
proposed to install is capable of mnnufaet-
facturing 2500 barrels of beer per annum,
leaving a considerable margin for development without increased cost.
The construction of the G. T. P. and other
railways through this part of Northern B.
C. will immediately increase the territory
this brewery will serve, and ensure a big expansion of business within,a comparatively
short time. As any larger quantity of beer
can be manufactured ut a less cost of output than a smaller quantity, a steudy increase in the yearly profit in proportion to
the increase in business will be made.
' An average wholesale price of a barrell of
beer holding 6 doz. bottles is 810.00 at the
Brewery. Prices vary from 88.10 to 812.85
The average weight of such n barrell is
245tbs, and the freight from the Brewery to
Quesnel at 5 cents per pound would be 812.-
25. Beer from the Railway cannot therefoVe
be laid down in Quesnel under 822.25 per
barrell.
The estimated sost ol manufacturing a 6
dozen barrell of finest quality beer in Quesnel is only 87.80.
At 822.25 [Kir barrell a bottle of beer costs
approximately 31 cents, of which the freight
Estd., gross profit ... 821,375.00
After providing for the writing off of the
cost of the entire building and plant in five
years, and for the creation in that time of
a reserve fund equal in amount to the entire capital now to be subscribed, these
profits would pay a dividend of oyer 60 per
cent.
To comply with the Companies Act it is
stated that the Minimum Subscription on
which the Directors will proceed to allotment is one share. A considerable number of
shares have already been spoken for.
Applications for shares should be made
upon the form accompanying this prospectus, and sent to the Company's Bankers, the
Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, or to the
Trader's Bank, South Fort George, with a
remittance for the amount payable on application.
A copy of the Company's Memorandum of
Association is printed in the fold hereof,
and with the Articles of Association of the
Company forms part hereof.
Where no allotment is made the deposit
will be returned in full, and also where the
nulnber of shares allotted is less than the
number applied for the balance of the deposit will be applied towards the remaining
payments.
Failure to pay uny future instalment on
shares allotted when due will render previous payment liable to forfeiture.
Full prospectuses (upon the terms of which
applications will alone be entertained) and
forms of application can be obtainetl from
the Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, The
Trader's Bank, South Fort George, from
any of the Directors, and from E. J. Avison
Quesnel.       '
This prospectus has been filed with the
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
Dated at Quesnel, this 26th., day of April
1911.
1
THIS COMPANY offers to the public of Cariboo an opportunity of investing in a venture which will add materially to the industrial
-   development of the district, and the profits of which will be great
Send in your application for shares immediately.   Much of the stock
has already been subscribed for.   Don't delay.   Act at once.
$50 EACH
SHARES
$50 EACH
This form of application may be used.    It should be filled in and sent in with the
amount of the deposit to the Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, B.C.
.191
TO THE DIRECTORS OF THE NORTHERN INTERIOR BREWING CO., LTD.
Gentlemen— (Traders Bank, South Fort George, B.C.)
Having paid to the (Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, B. C.) the sum of	
being a deposit of 512.50 per share on   shares in the above named company,
1 request you to allot me that number of shares upon the terms of the company's full
prospectus, dated the 26th day of April, 1911, which I have read, and I hereby agree to
accept the same, or any smaller number that may be allotted to me, and pay the balance of $38.50 per share as provided by the said prospectus, and I hereby authorize you
to register me as the holder of the said shares.
Name in full.,
Description
Address   .
Date	
Signature
RECEIVED this day of
the sum of $ , being a deposit of $
shares in the above named company.
1911, of Mr.
per share upon
For the Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, B.C.
For the Traders Bank, S. Fort George, B.C. PAGE SIX
T II ___     Hi.KAlill
J.  JI.   Wiley, a wi
Winnipeg   grain operator,
known   tablish a counter feeling of con-
 _i„. ■ i^B PHU
this   district. ..<Sjoi-ip.in.cd   by   Rosen    ■ g"     '  <  ' -       ,
Mrs,  Wiley,   .vera amongst  tin   the rumor, in ..      m   hi     i
'      I-   in   town.    Mr.   to lead the eve, cudu
,   c„urse oi | to believe    thai  he   had soiw
i .cent    arrivn
V ilev   leaves   in lh.
the next few Hays, for his ranch
ai the mouth of the Willow
river, where ho is carrying on
extensive farming operations
under lho direction of Mr, J.
Harvey, fie also intends lc
open up a tract of land at tin
moutii ai the Stuart I.iver. am.
'.-■ ill \ isit that properly also be
fore returning south.
Amongst the arriv als on the
"B. \." last Monday were Miami Mrs. .1. Williamson, 0
Manchester, England, who i ri
,i-itiiii: their son. "Bill" Hii
liumson here. Bill \\ as for si 111
lime connected with this cum-
pnnv "'i tin' "Caribou Ohst
v ..i-''' before we sold. He earn,
through tho mountains on the
li. T P. surveys, and has .cl
lied in the city of Snath Kort
George for good. Mr. and Mrs.
Williamson have bei n travelling
for the pas' five weeks, en rout'
to South Kort George from tin
manufacturing centre of l_ng
land, their route being by at v_s'
lantic steamship, lho C. I'. K. j'''
the Ioiil' motor trip from Ash si
croft. and lho pleasant join nej
ii]) the Kraser on the steamei
"li, \." Mr. Williamson likei
South Kort George, and predicts a great future for our citj
in the western world.
\V. Doney has opened his
blacksmith .-hop on Second St.
The rooming houses and res
taurnnts ure now doing a roaring trade, consequent upon tin
'burning of the Hold Northern.
inl'orinatioii.
Auction
Sa lo Friday
Sale commences at 2 p. in. sharp
Having   received instructions
:'"   ''■'^"'''''"'"'Sunll 'in-   ,Vom  Mr    A U'''(lK're- • wil1 on'er
rnr^iKniiiMiun to purchase  for sale the following:
■il,.,!  Inlllls:
planted
II ninihll
intico ili.il Wil
. Altn.i ...
rods t i| Ij
dicing .a i
Scli.vs tc
.„,• River Lnml Hi
rAKl!  notice  Ilml
.mon.   Aim.,   nci
null, "I  Sclbv's  tc
a s. IS. Corner nl
I Bi pairs of windows.
IMIIIO feet dry lumber, including
•' iiicii.- counter to|>s and ,1 inch lumber
Omuls   for cabinet work;
Large heating stove:  Bed:
ngent.      in table legs; Work shop,2,4 x-
ljllliin    111.  Drying   sled,  12x24;  Work
iicwip, ui bench; a quantity of hardware;
ZZ"  (''!lss "' a" s'zes- A 'arse "s"
mnl.: sortinent    of    Cabinet   Maker's
: iiiilr: toi,|s and other articles too im-
.!• lino merous to mention,
■ {»«'« TERMS: Cash at fall of hum-
s' rner,
!W8. l.ot 3, I.Ik. 22, I). 1,. 933, will
"ji'"' also be offered for sale, subject
Cnriboo to a small   reserve bid. Terms
,„;.' ''•;! on sale of  lot,  8300 cash; 8200
imrclinsc September  26th., und the. bal-
uice December 26th, 1911.
A. K. B0URCH1ER.
Auctioneer.
cl i miles
mlary I'oaj
V,, r  Hon
=%
Real Estate
Fort George and South Fort George
Sales Solicitors for
Natural Resources Security Co.
Limited
Representing
Mercantile Trust Co., Ltd.
Canadian National Investors,Ltd
Excellent listings of
City Property
Garden Tracts
Acre Tracts
Farm Lands
BEST FACILITIES FOR LOCATING PRE-EMPTJONERS
^__
j
PONT   BUY   ON   PAPER
We don't ask yon to purchase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan 'Youwould
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
COME TO
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
=    Investigate Our Proposition
and you will find a pood live town    Two banks, sawmill
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of  satisfied   buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B C , or the resilient agent,
g, e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, Soutli Fort George
IKOtti-.K HORSE.
li      Uhcri Till., agent.
,,. River Lnnd Di
VKE  nolice    Iln
.,li,
St. ul Cariboo.
11.,11,   ul   lid
ly.S. JOHN HALL.
March tlsl. inn.     llberl 'i
 ireh.
nl Innds:-
posl plmitccl .1 milcs
inorurt Buiiiulnry Pusi
Doliiiili.in Pence Knoll, h„ chains; tnence
Mice nurlli   8o   clmins;
TAK
Alt
Disi   ol Cnril	
Snr.ih    Brick,   ol
,, iierttiusainn '
-rilled  l.ui.ls:
liluntrd  5  mil
ll itindnry Pi
: in  Pence Un
... iniends u. upp
The mill of the Fort George    Commencm,. m » .<
Trading end Lumber Companj   ","",;' y '.'!,>,,.j '.""'o
is cutting  lumber dttily. .,.-....r,   •.!,_„_.   su'ilh    Ko  clinins;   tlicnce
! <rc_i   8o   .Imins    lltrnrc imrtli   Ko   tli.nns
.1.   51.   Wiley    of    Winnipeg   IS     lience cnst 8o clinins.
making arrangements prelimin     V,.,!i ,0L|,  i,h'|VUA'.;'','!■•''t'u. ,„,™t
art' I i   subdividing lot  1)13, ll '	
so_ij i land Ivinif immediate    ''MCC "m'r '"""' ",M-    l)isl  "' Cun1""1:
°  .'',-,    ,7 . TAKli notice Ilml   lllincnii  llnrruml,  "I
ly west ol the ( ollllls addition.   _irntlicnnu, Altn., occiipatiun Farmer, in
iii-ls tn nii|dy for nermissinn t<, purcliase
M. J. Funk, of Allomi, Mun..    Ik 1-llowlii. descried lands
arrived here on the Ins.  bout    ,,l;ri'7'sdt\''nm'',r.!,v|,lii!n"!i,,!Vi"!s.
He   is   investing   ill   South   Fort     il  S. li. Coriiei  ol  Dominion   Pence  River
t!eol%'e property. ,Jc.*rvft Z«, *'Z,ZZZV ZZ.
L.    ("I,     DoBorgllS,   who   0\vni I Ihenco cusl 8o fiii.il
I        ,    ■       ,, • , . ■„    Jv.l. lll'N't AN' IIURI-AND.
lund   iii   lins   section   came in |   __iarcii 30111. 1911.    ,.i__rt T_i_, omn..
over the Stonev Creek trail tl'
week.
District, of
Fori George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley .nil Slcney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purcliaae
and  pre-emption  locnted.
For full  particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
rillles At,.nt. Notary Public.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Ofllccs:
South Fort George and Fort George
Telegraphic ad_re_s:
"El-Ill," Fort George,  B.C.
K_«_i__i__4_M}_«._*____;_____s__-i_-J5
|Wm.BMr&Co.|
I
WM. KENNEDY. Manager.
Cor. Seccnd and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
.1
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We carry a complete line _(-
Fine crockery pleases the eye,
Nourishes the heart
And stimulates the appetite
(HEADQUARTERS >
FOR
FORT GEORGE LANDS
YOU C4N STILL BUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
and On Vi-ry Keasonable Terms.  Title Perfect.
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices:   410, 411, 412 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
South Fort George Office, Second St. Russell R. WALKER, Sales Agent
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
$1,000,000.
Mussrs. Savage and ,'ilyers
Uvo journalists, «'<> have boan
roviuwing  tin- Korl Cirorifc sit-
River country.
Pcnc. River Lnml I
TAKK in.Licc tin
itrntli-iiiiii, Alta .
ends 1, iily lm
.In, followi!!.   ,l.4,n
CltlllU'minv   .ill	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ...inii ol Se1liy'- temi  mu Iloiinilary Post
llllliiill  for ll  number of public- | >l H- B- Curatr nl 11 minion Peace it
ations, left  today for the Peaci I WMt"-.   clinins    thenci north 80  chai
thence e.isl So ciinius.
,, ,,-,,, , 1       1        I <y-<a' >> It.l.IAM   I.l I. l-ANIl.
.Mrs. (. Hclialigncy, who ha.     M.ir.li 31SI   1.11.    Allien Tale, nRcnt
been   seriously    ill   duriiii. llie I
Dist. ui Caribi
1.1,1  lliirranil,
ition Partner,
ssion 1,, |iiircli!
nils:
planleil  ;
. Ilol
nil n I
lo   cln
PORT t'.KOKl'.K LAND IIISI'I.'K l.
Dislriel ol Ca-.li'--.
TAKEnotlcathatJamefl ... Cran.of Victoria,
!. f . occupatio 1 tank.,  Inlands 0.noi.lv for |,er-
ni-.~i.ui topuirliiiM. ,'■„■ lallaii \i,r ile-i-i il,v,i lioi.l..;
Conn icinu ut it post i.lioio.l at lho southwest
•orner ,.f 1„1 IL11-: thunce mwi -u, halns lo the N:-
the
foll.r
the
11 to tlie northwosl corner of lot 420.: thonce
-uiiih •„ ilniios to point of commonceinenti conlaining i-u iicren more or less.
may il JAMES NEVILLE CHAN.
March 15, 1911.
Cnrihoii Loml Dislrn
Disirici ol Caribc
Cm
liner
early part of Lhe week, as 11 result nf shock sustained from
the burning of the Northern
Hotel, is considerably improved
in condition, and is expected to   ""ll1' "' Scii,y\
',      , ,1      .,,,     I it  S. K.  Curner
completely recover shortly, llu   -.eservc, thencc
McGaughey   ho    is situated   -«'sl "" chains:
ne,ar the burnt  hotel, antl was . j'™.™ cas   °ci'iknhy iuhvan,
in danger of destruction during !   .Marcli joth. 1911.    Allien Tate, anent
the lire in the hotel.
Antony Wedges, n lnnd fur-
niture iiinniifnciurer, has rocei
vetl intimation from his home
land, Knssiit, that .-t fat legac)
awaits linn there, which he is
leaving im'aiediatoly to claim.
Mr. Wedges is to be congratulated upon his good fortune,
particulary as he asserts his intention of returning from tin
Czar's domain, to invest hi-
roubles in South I'orl Oeorgo.
Hence the auction sale.
Tliere will be a meeting of tl
board of trade Monday evenine.
af S, in tlie Fourth Street hah
for the purpose of taking def
inite action in respect of fire
protection. All property owners
should attend.
dice River l.iilul Dist.     Dist. ol Cnrihoo. I    TAKli  notice  that  P.  S.   Tait  "I  Van
TAKI-;   notice     Unit   Henry   Cowan,   ol ' cover,   II.  C.   occupntion   butcher,  intenils
llmolltoll,    Altn,   occupalion   llraler,   in to   applv   tor   pormiBsion   t"   purcliase   the
mis I,, imply iur permission to purcliase [ollowini! il-scrilietl l.unls:-
10 followim; iloscrihoit innils I'.uioiienunf   at  .1   post   platlloil  5  miles
'   l'l;;!'l'"' ? '„"" norlh ami 1 inilcs east oi lhc N. E. cornor
'"  """ v '"'" '      l.ut 1655, mill al I  7 "'ii™ ""nh ""''
VV><V>VV><T>VV>V^>S<!V>VV>C»>VV>^V><»>
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPi.ll-TOHS
and fe@c| Stables
Second St.
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice.
Draying ol' all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
j  1836 I      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars      |  1910 ]
The Bank of British North America
Your-money is saler in the Hank than in your house or in your
pocket. It is not tied up. You can get it out ut any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and Foreign I'lruft.s bought
aud sold,  COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders Issued.
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
rr
r*
^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 ..mho l.al,v,  llience north
rtll   Ko   chains; | 80   chains;   llience   east   ..I   chains;   tliencc
suulh Ho cliains;   thoneo west   Ha chains to
poiut  ,,f    commencement,  ami  contuining
640 acres more or less.
ap...). F.  S. TAIT.
Mnrch   24.   1911      John   MucDonell,  ngenl.
nice Kiver I,ami Dist.     Disi   ol Carilioo.
I'AKE  notice  lh.il  f.crtrinle  Ritchie,  of .	
lm,niton,     All,,     nccupulion    marrioil    " "        T. ,.   •,
.man, inteiuls lo'applv lo. permission to fence Rivor l.nuil Dist.    Dist. ol l.,r,l„.,.
Iiaso the Iiillon-inii ilescrilieil Innils:- TAKE notice thai Alexander Dulliie, ol
planleil 9  m'los inlmoiiliin.     Attn.,  occupation   miner,   ill
<' nn
iouth of Sell
1  S   li.  Cor
ieserve,   thei
vest   So   chains     III,-,hi   north   Hu   cli
hence casl So chains.
Iv 1, OERTR-DH RITCHIE.
March 301I1.  lull       Allien Tale, a.
aco River I >l Di
I'AKE notice  that
llam.lary Posi   ^n7\o .„,,,ly u,r permission lo ,,,
,. ,       .! ' a 1 lhc following descriheil Iniiils:-
Coiumuncing at a post planted 1 mile
soutli ol the S. IV. comer ol Swan l.nkc,
ihcnce vast Hn cliains; llience south 80
cli.uns; tlienco west Su cliains; tliencc
nurtli So chains.
    Jv.l. AI.KXANimu   D1TII1E.
I. ol l.iriliu,,       •Ujreh   .-,   mn.       Albert   Tate,  agent,
nl   Ritchie,   nl !	
lids  to  appl
tic.'   luMuWil
i| uion  mine owner,   Peace River I.an.1 Dist.     Dist. ul Cnril	
■ '.11 ssion  to purch TAICK notice  that  Daltoti   Kirkln'ml,  ot
___B 1.iinls: Kflinuiituti,   Alia ,   occupation   jeweller,   ill
1 ommencing at a posi olaiited lu miles tends to applv lur pel-mission to purchase
nth ul Selliv's icon ..in,  -...Hilary Post the following described lainls:-
S. Ij   Curncr ol Domini n  Pence  River Cointnelicing   nl  11   pusi   planted   2  miles
serve,   thenoo   .sunth    80  cliains;   thenct smilli ol  the S. Vl'. curncr ,>f Swan  Lake,
'    80   chains,    tliencc north   80   chains; tlicnce   east    80  cliains:     thencc   suulh   80
 »l 8° 'hains. chains; tliencc west So ihains; tlicnce nurlh
HOWARD RITCHIE Su .hams.
1     27,   1911.      Allien   Tal      igeut. ■ -Iv 1.                DA1.T0N  KIRKI.AXD.
  :    Murch 27,  mil.      Albert Tate, agent,
' 11   I.an.1 Disi       Disi   ..1 t ariboo. I-	
There is no set rule determining
Real Estate values in the province
of British Columbia. Since the issue of the Grand Trunk
railway charter to build the transcontinental through this
province land hitherto commercially valueless has taken on
a value that in many instances staggers the outside man with
money. Lots on Hastings street, Vancouver, 25 years ago,
sold from between $500 to $looo. Everyone of these lots
today are worth one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. Property sold at Prince Rupert three years ago, corresponding to Vancouver Hastings street realty, brought
$16,6oo. Who, then, is tlie mortal who can set a value on
western real estate with its towering possibilities?
Come to me.   I'll help y&u buy.    Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
^
^_
Real Estate Specialist
South Fort George
•^
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Head Office:
TORONTO, ONT.
Paying Out-of-Town Accounts
Small amounts can be sent safely and at small cost by using
Bank Money Orders. Any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted)
will cash them without charge, and they can be cash, d in leading American cities.   They are sold at the following rates:—
IS anil under    -    -      3 cents Ovtir 15 to 110    -    -    -    n cents
Over SID lo 830    -     -   10 eonta Over SuO lo HO     -     -     -    If, cents
Capital and Surplus - $e,_S0.000
H. 0. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
J
TAI
.Iun
Ihai    Norman   Wil
occupation clerk,
rinission   to   purchase  U
ul   I.mils
„l    I'eaee Itiver I.aml Dist.      Dist. oi Cnriho
Is      TAKK  notice    thai   Arthur    Mas a,
K'ltuullluii    Alia.,   uccupaliun    Demist,    i
In applv  for permissiun  lu puichu
0, sl nlanteil n n
 -nrv Donnilnrv I
Dominion Pence It
mil So chaini Hi
hence nortli   Bo   cln
NORMAN  WI1ITK.
lh.   Iull.„i;in   ilesclibvil   _____________
Cotmnoncijif: at ., pusi planted i, miles
ul (lie most southerly point ol Swan Lnke
llience easl Kn chnins; Ihcnce soutli 8-
theucc west So chains; tliencc norlli So
, hains.
.Iv.i. AUTHOR MASON.
,-rl  Tal,.,  aeeut.
Dist. uI -aril,,,.
l'e
Itiver I.an.1 Dist,      Dist. ul Caribi
lliree   men    named     1'i'gle. „n,,'\vii
lliyiiiltnii    mui   Soyinpur wen     Comn
arrested this week by the pro- ",""__' i
vincial constable, ehurged with Reserve
stealing   canned   goods at  the "j0"' 8
hotel  im-.   The case    w ;ts pnsl iv.i,
poned until Monday next, when    m-""'1
it will ('nine up tor hearing be- p,,,. _  w~j
(ore    Stipendiary     M agist rat »■    nn.	
IIitiii'. All three men have clean
records hero previous to this offence. The major crim.s perpet-    c..iiimwicin.
rated at the lire arc not brou ,'t s! is. c.,r
gilt home to anyone, and com- Keserve   thei
pared to some   of the   offences jincc °_»i a
that were committed,  the cas; '   i.
airaiiist    these    men    would  be     """'' ;!t' ""j	
the   pettiest     kind   Of   petty   hir- Peace Kl..r U, ■       ,,,.,—er-^l'cacc Kiver l,a,ol Dist.      Dist. ul Cariboo.
ceny.   Owing  to  the exoitement     TAKK,,„.>,,■ n,.n Alc..nnder McDermld I -T-^K notice Hint Jolm White Horon, ot
and disorder in the lire region
Fort Geo-'go Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
sight consigned to Btcnmer
hilniiin" ut Soda Creak will
carefully transported to tha
nt of ilt_.slitinlii.ii.
Opcralcrs of Steamers on the Fraser, Nechaco and
Stuart Rivers Manufacturers of Lumber
All kinds of rough and dressed
Lumber for Sale
Mouldings /
South Fort George
.i.<la  lo ..;.|,:
lhc tollowii
il   -rtlmr lots   ui Ed      TAKK  notico    llial  Arthur  Walker,  ot
cupation  civil  engineer, ' Kdmonlon, Alia., occupation clerk, intends
r perniission lo i.'.i.h-   '" npply  lur 'iiermission  lo  pu-climc lhc
described lnnds:  wing dcacrihetl lauds \ A*
,|   oust   o'ali'ei   l>  loles       Commencing   at   a   pust   planleil   2\  miles    IT
■i ran- Uoiindorv l'osl   """",   '"   ""'    """-'   "outllerly  curner  ul
I   llomltlloll   Pea,,.  River P*"11   l-"k''-   ll,clira l'-'vl   *" 'Imms;   Ihcnce
mill     So   cliains    item,,   solllil   Mu   ,liains,     theme   wesl   8o   chains;
IhOIICC nortii   So' ,hains   i ""'""' ""rl11 *" dl"il,s-
l,„,                                   Jv.l.                  AHT11UH  WALKER,
-RTHl'R I.HW1S.              !    alarch 18,  ion.      Albert Tate, o([ent
Albert  Tale, Bccnt.    '■ '	
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
r,i     Head Offlce:
VANCOUVER. B. C.     _=
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
1) I It E C T 0 It s :
(2,000,000
H.   P.   MrLennnn.    lam.,   President:   Me- Holjert  KcnllClly,    New  Wcstmln-
-ennan,    MoFeolj  ti  Co.,   Wholesale , ,-r
llnnlware,   Vnliconvcr.   II.C. ; ,     .    '.,,,,.,.,11/1 1       i.v„      r-.,,,li„li_t
U.  II.   CAIIUS.   I_s..,   V -President. I J-,.A-   MITCHELL,    Lm|..   t.apltnllst.
Capitalist. Victoria, ll.C. I „v"',">.;...''..",.       „   ,,   „        »
BIS HONOR T. W.  PATERSON,  Lieu- : ''■•  »•  HEAPS.  Esq., E.  II. JIMP   ft
tniant-llovernor   Drltllh   Columbia. ''"-•    V"1"1'"''   ;""'    ' l,",,"'.:    l'''""l'"1
L. IV. SHAWORD. E_ti„ M.L.A., Mar- I Columbia Trust Co..  Ltd..   Vanoou-
ehant, Hodley, ll.C. ver, II. C.
W. II. MALKIN. Esq., The W.  II. Mai- ' .1.  A.   HARVEY,  tvni..  K.l'„  lornu-rly
kin   Co.,     Ltd.,     Wholrsnle   (Iroc^rs. | oi Cranbrook,   Ii.c..  Vancouver.  B.C.
Vancouver, ll.C. i ,,, ,,. DEWAR, General Manager.
GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fort George Branch; F. N. DEWAR, Manager.
Strntlicnn.i    Aim     occuuiitloi.   larmer'I ™mn"10"'   A,ln''  "ralP"li"ii   Barber,  in
ntends iu uoolv   |or pcrmiraloli l„ pinch' ; Ul"'s l" [,|l|,l.v '"r I'trmUsion to purchase
however,    the     authorities    art" mo the i,ill,,»„,, described lauds: the toilowing doscribed lands:-
, , • 1 I    CommonchK,    ,1    ,   1   .1    „l ,,,   I     „   ,!,.!     lunuocinini'   at  u pust  piauleil   2\ miles
unable lo   Becuro any evidence  ...ls.n„ s|,,,"|. ,', s'„ ,], , ,,'.'   ,lliu! ,,„",[, ■ s..mh ,,i tlie S, W. comer ..1 Swan Lake;
save  that   brought   against   tlio    il the m„»i  .....n.»n„ ,:„i„i   .1,...-. .... I Oicncc   Boiitli So chains:   thence west Ko
cha
:st  Sn  iha
lhc
itlierly  puint,   llience cusl j
■th  So cltalhst  thenct
sunth  So chains.
tlle
I 80 cha
the
11,,rtli So elm
theuce east
ALHXANU15R  McUI-RMIl),
1    l.ll.      Albert Tale,  ngenl,
 KIIIIIS WIIITK UlillllN.
M„l,h   18,   Hill.        Alliclt   Tale,   agenl.
purcha
three men charged with stealing
.unu' cans uf edibles.
Chief l'"nv-\Vari|cn  I'.•illicit, o( l_________^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Vancouver,   was     amongst   the   Pc"« »<«* Land Dist.    Hist. .,1 Cnriboo,   Peace River Land Dist.    Dial, ol Caril	
arrivals in  town  this week,  lh      TAKli   notice   tlmt   Allred   Brick,   nl     TAKK iinltco lhat  Allen Talc, „l Rd
will make his   headi|iuirtei-s in  w,..,}il,S™_;:,l,iy'lt;;r /4Crmiwi«u t-.°r|li--:-i1--I_ l!_.i,il-",i;. ninlv foT'lI.^IJwi.lSifw
Sotilh  I-(irl George. A"' lollowini. descriiicd Iniulic the lulluwin,. described landa:
  1   Commencliig at n  post  planted   . mile     Ciimmencliig nl a pnst iilniileit one mile
,    ,,,.,,,,,, soulh ot llie most sotillierle oohit ot Swan    W'CSI   ni   ilic   iillllol   ol   Swan   Lnke, (Puns
A   Kl Ml IK. Lake: ihoiico enat 8n ehalaa: ihenee north   Cnupo    Rlvcr) thonco   il»>    chains   south;
\       ,-,-,,,,,-     „l,',,.|,     otnWnrl   ',,,'"'   " "':   """"'   **■■'   *'  cilices;   tlicnce 1 Iheuce   Jo   chains   cast;   theuce   11,0   Chains
A      H.,11111.   wluili    Startec in   ,,,„u, 80 clmins.                                           M|i; tbence 40 chnins weal,
Y\iiini|ii'i_ is Ihiatinu around to   >v.t. ai.kri'.d iihick. jv.l ai.burt tatk.
the  effect   that    President   llliys    __"_'__'' '""''  "'"'      Albert Talc, ngenl.  |   Mnrch  .6,   mil.      Albert Tate, ngent.
(if  the O.  T.   1J.   hits announeed j Ponce River Land Dill. - Dial. „l Cariboo, i Pence River Lnnd Dial, - Dist. nl Curil	
the fact  thai   his railroad com- ;   tAKK notice Hint  Harold McComfi, „| '   TAKK  notice    tlmi   Kdwurd  llnrno, .,1
puny will sidetrack Fort George   J'''1",1"1;1  A'ta., occupalion merchnni! In- iKdmoirtnn, Alt
M. C. WIGGINS
farm lands      Real Estate   GARDEN tracts
Having spent the entire summer, last year, in South Fort
George and adjacent surroundings,  1 am in a position to
advise intending investors of the relative value of all properties in the distriet.
I carry a select lino of Soulh Fort George business property.
HAMILTON ST., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
P, G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pro-flmptlons l.oi-utoil.
SOUTH FOKT GEORGE, II. C.
Estimati:.. -.UtlMITTini.
Bronger & Flynn
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
executed
OFFICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fort George
Cariboo Lmul Districl     Districl ul Cariboo.
TAKli nutiee Hint Nnrnll Mntllllon Wil
inui, ot Vniicuuver, occupation mnrried
Woman, inteiuls t,, apply fur permissiun lu
For
Nechaco
River water-
frontage
Within one
mile of subdivisions
^^^^^^^_     Apply to
N H WESLEY, Second street
If you want the cheapest
and best
Vapor
Gas Lamp
$5 to $50
100 to 2000 candle power
For your business or home
Communicate with
R.R. Carver
Quesnel, B.C.
 ,  , pnrchnsc   Ihe   lullowing ilescrilieil  lalnls:-
        , , cupallon merchant, in- I l-..li.i..iit   Alta.,  oci ntlrin  cn-inecr   In-1    (.„„„„„,.,      „, ft ,,0„  „(mQi\  ,'/, miles
by inking 11 route up the little  ZZJZZui^ZZh "' '"""'""  Iho'TollUufdw^llTlnnils':     ' \ •"««. 1  » 1 a .tat d| the suuth wc.l
Saiinoii River. Of course it is a 1   Commencing nl n post planted 1, ,,l „     Commencing at a post plained % ot a   comer .,1 Lot 1,5031 Ihenee south Ko chuins
minor, pure and ample, hut \l\'Z,i"i"i "'n"'" m"*.tT'1I.rl_ "";," "f "}llc„»™"'frsom  .',° """", StlS_1]_hl-.i..  Z" T" "" '."T , Z"'°, "!'! „,
. ' . ',    ' ,    Swan   Lake:   tliencc easl   Ko chnms,   llience   "i   Swnn   Lake:     llience   sunth   Ho   clinins.    ehains;   thence cnst  Hll chnins   to  place  ol
has apparently scared  sonic ol   south Ko chalnsi   ttience west 80 chaina;   thonce west   80 chnins:   tbencc nortli 8°  commencement! contniiiint; (140 ucros.
llu.     tnwlwil,,     iifiiiiuili'i-w    wlilV     thence nurth Kn chains. .chains;  tiience easl 80 chains. j . vnilAlt   .t\-CA'H)N WII MDT
1   '™"s™    promoiers  mm.   |VJ hahold McCO'Mi. I.iv.i. uhwakd horvr. I *p,.' ,   „,MmMl manmom v.ii.mui.
tine ol llie_- gentry tried tp 0- ,    ji.,1.1, .7, 1011,     Alb.u Tate, agent,   1   March -7, 1911.     Alb.rt Tutc, aj.nt.    I   J'»rt" '3111. "JiL _ .:
gore & McGregor,
B, C. LAND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort Gi.or.ci_, B. C.
SECOND ST.
Meals at all hours.
Lunches served.
Open evenings.
THE
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON STS.
LOYAL & DAVIS, Props.
Smokers' supplies
a specialty
Four pool tables
Splendid environments

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