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 FORT GEORGE
_"/
2Ior\a\, &
Vol.
I.   No. 29.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., FEBRUARFaTML
$3 per Annum.
D1ANS AS FIRE RANGERS
(Canadian Forestry Journal.)
'Should Indians be employed as flre
---nrs.'  is a question  which     has
r_c_ ... _
| been more discussed than most peo-
PBecently two citizens well ac-
„,minted with New Ontario have dis-
Sed the subject. The first is Mr.
j H McKinley, of Belleville, Ont..,
a'well-known mining man in Northern Ontario,   and    the second,  Ven.
! Archdeacon Renison, of the Church of
K„riand mission at Moose Factory,
ob James Hay.   Mr. McKinley, in a
I letter to the Canadian Forestry
journal mxes the protection of the
l0,.ests we have rather than letting
these lu. destroyed in the belief that
ncw forests may readily be grown.
js tu forest protection up to the
.resent In1 believes a great deal has
been due to leading lumbermen like
j r. Booth, Gillies Bros., and Senator Edwards, who make a point of
sending their best and most trustworthy men for this work. His observation leads him to believe it
would be of great advantage to organize the Indians and to pay them
(or lire inuring. They would take a
pride in their work. They do not go
out lor a season, but live all the
year around in the unexplored or
partly explored sections of the country, and by making the Indians responsible the timber in these parts
would be protected until the country
was ready to be opened up. Archdeacon Henison, whose district,
speaking roughly, covers the country Irom the Canadian Pacific railway main line to James Bay, is a
great believer in the future of this
part ol Canada. He wants to see
the resources saved for those who
will shortly live there, and in a re-
] tartly published letter be says:
Tie wave of conservation which is
j pissing over America is visible in
[ Ontario nnd throughout the west in
I tne game laws recently passed     and
the fire protection which is being
more or less wisely conducted by the
Provincial government. But it does
seem that more wisdom might be
shown in the method if not in the
matter of this necessary legislation.
'Fire ranging is now in tbe hands
of men who in many cases do not
know a paddle from an oar or a
birch from a poplar.
'The Indians, whose future has
troubled many of our economists, are
ideal fire rangers. They may be ignorant of algebra and Demosthenes,
but tbey could teach the tyros who
are now playing with a great national institution many things.
'The Indian knows his country, its
forests, its rivers and lakes, and
their mysteries are an open book to
him. Many of our industrial schools
are teaching these children of nature
to be third-class farmers and fourth-
class clerks, and thus wasting specialized knowledge and hereditary instinct of the very first quality.
'The white man only goes into the
bush to save enough money to get
out again. The Indian is at home
here. I can imagine no more potent
service to the cause of conservation
than the establishment of a government bush ranger corps, directed by
forestry experts, tbe rank and file of
which would be made up of Indians.
Encouraged to preserve the game and
forest, which they do naturally, an
Indian for one-quarter tbe salary of
a white man would thrive in a district of 100 square miles and be a
valuable servant of the country.'
Others who have given attention to
the matter are not at all sure of
the success of such a plan. It depends, they think, on the Indian. It
would be all right if tbe right Indian could be got, but many have so
little idea of the value ot time, or
duty or responsibility, and such a
marked dislike of regularity of routine of any kind, that they would be
useless.
THE SONGHEES RESERVE.
Victoria Times.)
There are lew subjects in which the
people ol Victoria are more interested just now than the disposition   of
tbe Indian   reserve.     Announcement
has been made that the reserve will
be Bold at auction.   That is a very
suitable way   of   disposing of     the
larger part of the property, but the
people ol Victoria    West especially,
and also all the district which   borders on tbe north end of the reserve,
are very keen tin having that part of
the property (or park purposes. They
argue - and their argument is     a
good one - that the people of Victoria have made the reserve   worth
! what it is today.   Had it been held
| by private individuals it would have
1 to pay   taxes,   and the owners
would on that account have been entitled to the increase of value. This
land has never paid a cent of taxes,
and, besides that, it has stood in the
way ol the building up of the city.
It has been a positive drawback.   It
i is possible that the property will not
i realize mure than enough to pay for
I the new reserve nnd for the sum to
be expended in buying the     Indians
out   ii it ,ioeSi Hn(] 80 many people
--ink probable, it would cfertalnly be
an equitable arrangement for     this
money to revert to the city.
boys in the   shack to bring him   a
fun.
The akin was purchased a few days
later by J. A. Guichon at the Quil-
chena store. Archie takes bis peculiar adventure as a matter of course
— as he takes everything else — but
there are few cow punchers who care
to 'steer' a bit black bear into a
corral. — Nicola Valley News.
HOUSTON MEMORIAL.
(Prince Rupert Optimist.)
The Houston memorial fund which
was started at the last meeting of
the hospital board is demonstrating
its popularity with the people of
Prince Rupert by the manner in
which it is swelling from small beginnings to dignified proportions.
About noon today (Feb. 6), the sum
subscribed for the purpose of the
memorial was $450.
The fund will doubtless receive a
further fllip as a result of the meeting to be held in the Methodist
church tomorrow night at which suggestions will be made not only for
the rustling up ot subscriptions but
for the means of expressing the sentiment to which the fund owes its
existence.
U880ED A COYOTE.
A halfiirecd roped a coyote on tbe
las gl.8__La5_ rilnKe on Thursday of
CCirr,      '   *.h'S    JS   a   Very     UnUSUal
I ""'   ''"'   • c°y°te i" "rely
Mt:... "ftpplng'     However, he had
™'Priing over a MuB and did not
lnr,»,Cu.W,,"y   <)r   »'■   "orse,   w^
Wt hi. ,Lump   u( brush'   The breed
comm, i i,     '"' cay°te waH   taken
ma y hy ,(il"',,rl8e' and •'«">»*»
made  .   lightning dash for the
landed _ ?«l8h"ah ~ ftn<1 the '"88°
«*^""ly over the critter's head.
WWW. . '7r in a minute and the
ted Z";01'1-11'*»th the cord nat-
Wi,r.,        bounty.
I «•"Cached M*^!*"^"**
'tbe „,,._., quilch«n» U   reminded
Mbleo_r.fi....    a much more remark-
,      aroue Raspberry corraled     a
Wnchin/°7 J^*   beftr-    a,ter
thMame„-       °r flve mile" ~ Just
v*$a :v:: woAuld „punch * three-
home to ii Archle wa" riding
bl" felt in h, He was unarmed,
•"Mi 1 un witWr "Plrit ^ have
*»» n„ „;lta Mr' Bruin - and he
f8 'ts a l.011 a ca.use as fearless
« ma,i !'h B'Kln* in the spurs
!i* amn.ai Z . ,or hto bearsbip.
iow« hi « iT' ,ta" and c«"ned
*le kept .Ir?" 'li l0,,8 bounds.   Ar-
bear » ado aVhtT Z and when tbe
H,»      " ff to one side   tbe
*»««-. h.»h oB ~ jU8t the
> could iu    !ale,t0 credit "   so
?ticii> .1 itTch,,or it8 au-
i'ie  I'uichi    «  iH a ,a°t that   Ar-
.* - a,l u    ' ll' werc a wayward
i  **&»Inl" inside on.   of
tan,li". guard      s ,on the rancu'
8Uftra. he shouted to    the
LIMIT TAKEN OFF.
Nelson, B. C, Feb. 10. — S. M.
Brydges, secretary of the committee
in charge of the John Houston memorial fund, yesterday received from
Joseph Martin, K. C, a characteristic letter of appreciation of the late
John Houston, after mentioning that
he had already subscribed the regulation $1 to thc fund.   Mr. Martin said
"I admired Mr. Houston very much
as a public man and also as a private citizen, and feel that he cannot
be replaced. On opposite sides with
him in the House and also on the
same side, I always found him n
true man nnd one of the strongest
upholders of public rights. If the
limit of il should be taken oil I
would  gladly subscribe more."
The committee have now decided to
remove the limit of $1 to the subscriptions and it is anticipated that
many will take the opportunity of
still further expressing their appreciation of the services of thc late
John Houston. The number of lists
now out is 220.
HORSES ON SNOWSHOES.
The meteorological report for the
district with headquarters at Barkerville, shows that thirteen feet of
snow have fallen since Christmas.
Continuous winds have kept the road
from Barkerville to Quesnel choked
with snow the whole winter, causing
great difficulties to transportation.
The stage leaving Quesnel for Barkerville recently had an eventful experience, only proceeding as far as
the 13-Mile House, that evening. The
next day the driver managed to get
it as far as Cottonwood, arriving
two days later at Beaver Pass. Finally the mail arrived at Barkerville
on a Monday, having been brought
from Stanley by Johnny Stephenson's Bingle track tandem, the
horses being equipped with snow-
shoes.
| WEATHEB MCPOHT |
(Taken   from    government   glass
at H. B. post.)
SATURDAY, 18th-
19 below.
SUNDAY, 19th—
5 below with fine day.
MONDAY, 20th-
11 below during night, fine day.
TUESDAY, 21st-
10 below with fine day.
WEDNESDAY, 22nd-
15 below.
THURSDAY, 23rd—
1   below   during   night, cloudy
and mild during day.
FRIDAY, 24th-
15 above during night.
B. C. & A. RESUME SURVEYS
WAS OLDB8T CIVIL SERVANT IN
THE SERVICE.
The death occurred on Thursday,
tbe 2nd instant, at Barkerville, of
John Lovelace McLain (colored),
aged 80 years. Deceased bad been in
declining health for some time past
and dropped dead on th. threshold
of his cabin whilst carrying in stove
wood. He was on. of tbe three pioneers who discovered the Giscombe
portage in 1*59. Coming to Barkerville in 1862, he engaged in mining
and worked a hydraulic claim at
Richfield up to his death. Deceased
was a native ot th. Barbadoes, and
leaves, so far as is known, a sister
surviving. He was on. of th. oldest
employees of th. Provincial government, being in tbe service before th.
birth of the present premier of th.
province. He was caretaker of th.
government buildings at Richfield
and Barkerville and was a man of
good character and amiable disposition. Tbe funeral took place from
the Fire Hall, Barkerville, on Sunday, the 5th instant, at 2 p.m.
Survey parties will be despatched
early this spring to locate the line
of the British Columbia & Alaska
Railway between Fort George and a
point in Southeastern Alaska. This
was the announcement made by L.M.
Rice, C. E., of Seattle, principal of
the Vancouver and Seattle engineering firm which last summer located
the southern portion of the route extending from South Fort George to
Lytton. Mr. Rice stated that the
work will be considerably advanced
next season, as bis instructions are
thatsthe surveys must be completed
as quickly as possible.
The railway company was incorporated by the provincial legislature
last year and a Dominion charter is
now being sought at Ottawa, owing
to tbe international character of the
project.   The men behind the enter
prise are well-known New York capitalists wko have large interests in
Alaska.
Mr. Rice explained that under the
powers granted by the British Columbia legislature the company also
secured authority to build a branch
line to Vancouver from some point
on the Fraser river above Lytton.
Thus far be bad received no instructions to proceed with the survey of
that portion of the route. Mr. Rice
is enthusiastic about tbe possibilities
of an all-rail route from Alaska to
Vancouver, owing to the vast region
it will open up for settlement and
development. Tbe northern terminus
has not yet been selected.
Mr. Rice is a veteran civil engineer
He had charge of the surveys of the
Columbia & Western Railway from
Robson to Midway about 12 years
ago.
Saloon Licenses to be Abolish*.
Saloon licenses are to be abolished after January 15, 1914, according
to an amendment to tbe Municipal
Clauses act. Th. sub-section which
it is proposed to add to th. section
dealing with the licensing boards is
as follows:
"No saloon license shall be granted, renewed or transferred so as to
terminate after the fifteenth day of
January, 1914, but any person holding a saloon license in respect of any
premises shall be entitled to have
granted to him on or before such
date a hotel license in respect of any
premises approved by the board of
license commissioners, upon proof to
the satisfaction of the board that
there is on such premises a hotel or
building intended for a hotel,     con
taining not less than thirty    rooms,
used or To be used, and to be kept
continually in use, for hotel purposes, and upon payment of the proper
fee for hotel license."
Another section puts the duty upon
city and district municipalities     of
sending to the sanaioi ..... .......
ed by the British Columbia Ami-n.
berculosis society all persons suffering from tuberculosis, and willing to
undergo treatment, who are unable
to meet the maintenance expense.
The charges, up to $1 per day, shall
be paid by the municipality. Such
charges shall be paid to the municipality by such patient, if he ii able
or has kindred bound by law to
maintain him, according to ability
to pay.
AT »600 PER ACRE.
What is considered a good price,
was realized this week for an acre of
land in what is known as J. Bird's
pre-emption, being described on the
map as lot 931. The figure paid for
the acre was $600, and situate at the
southwest corner, in the slough. The
purchaser was Alf. Jones, of South
Fort George. This is the highest
price ever paid for acreage in the
district. The land was a pre-emption
taken up a few years ago.
FRASER LAKE GOVERNMENT
OFFICE.
The Quesnel Conservative association has recommended Milne Landing
as tbe most suitable location for the
government office in the Fraser Lake
district. This action was taken at
the meeting of the association held
in Occidental hall, Friday evening,
February 10th, after some rather
discussions. Dave Hoy, of Nechaco,
was present, and made some suggestions regarding th. location, favoring the Milne Landing for the reason
that it is the geographical centre of
the Fraser Lake Land District and
was both on the river and wagon
road. It was further recommended
to the government office at Victoria
that the agent chosen be taken from
among the citizens of tbe Cariboo
district.
Upon thc request of John A. Fraser, the following were selected to
act as commissioners for taking affidavits and adding to the voting register of Cariboo district: J. Gol-
die for Fraser Lake; Sam Milne for
Milne Landing; Otis Early, Wm. Meikle, and J. P. Davis, Quesnel; Steve
Hilborn and S. Mclnnis for Alexandria, and Malcolm McNevin for Nechaco.
THE HIGH PRICE OF COAL.
In tbe local assembly Dr. Mc-
Guire's resolution regarding th. price
of coal was passed unanimously. Th.
premier took the opportunity of intimating, however, that before th.
province instituted the inquiry they
would put the matter up to Ottawa
once more. If the federal government would do nothing then the
provincial government would act.
Dr. McGuire, in moving the adop-.
tion of his resolution quoted the
cost of mining in other provinces
and states. He thought tbat |2 per
ton was a good allowance for th.
cost of mining in British Columbia.
Tbe average wage of tbe coal miner
in this province he thought was
about $60. However, that was a
matter that should also be investigated. Public bodies had many times
protested against the high cost of
eoal.
Mr. Hawthornthwaite criticised th.
resolution from the socialistic point
of view. Mr. Williams held that th.
only solution of th. difficulty was for
the government to take over and
operate the mines for the people.
LARGEST COAL MEASURES IN
THE WORLD.
Iu the assembly, Premier McBride,
In moving the second reading of the
bill to amend the Coal Mines Regulation act, reviewed the coal situation in the province and stated that
from various quarters he had no hesitation in claiming that tbe Province ot British Columbia possessed
thc largest coal measures in the entire world. Prospectors returning
from tbe northern parts of the province had reported large discoveries of
coal areas in the Peace river and
other districts. The tame of the
Crow's Nest was known the world
over and he did not think it unreasonable to think that many other
measures, when fully developed,
would not be less famous. He claimed the bill before the house was modelled upon tbe English act, intimating, however, that it was not the intention of the government to accept
the suggestion of the member for
Newcastle to allow miners to elect
their own prospectors. That idea
had been put into practice in Pennsylvania and it had not worked satisfactorily.
The directors of the Northern Interior Brewing Company held a meeting at Quesnel on the 10th, and decided to open up the books for tbe
sale of stock to local residents. A
prospectus will soon be issued. Definite arrangements have bepn made
for the erection of a plant the coming summer.
THE INTERIOR LANDS (B.C.)
LIMITED.
Peculiar interest attaches to th.
information that, within tb. next
two or three weeks, the Interior
Lands (B. C.) Ltd., a strong company representing Vancouver and
Victoria capital, will place upon the
market a considerable area of valuable acreage immediately adjoining
South Fort George.
Hitherto, land offered to ehe D'l.i-
lic in this rich section of the n: .them interior of British Columbia has
been either in the form of town lots
or of areas comprising one or more
sections of land. In the case of the
holdings of the Interior Lands (B.
C.) Ltd., the bulk of the property is
represented by sections which have
been subdivided into acreage of a dimension which will meet the requirements of the small holder, to vhom
a piece of land, favorably situated in
close proximity to a populous end
growing commercial centre, and o; a
size tbat he can work himself with,
at most, a minimum expenditure for
hired labor, will offer a most attractive and profitable investment,
both as a home and a source of income.
The coming spring will see an enormous influx of settlers into this
portion of northern British Columbia, of which South Fort George is
the centre and distributing point,
and the demand for land and the
products of land, particularly those
food supplies which can be successfully and profitably grown in the surrounding country, but which have hitherto bad to be mostly imported at
a heavy expense, will be on a large
and increasing scale.
The lands which will be offered to
the public by the Interior Lands (B.
C.) Ltd., while of a most favorable
description in regard to locality, soil
and water and wood, will be placed
on tbe market at a figure whose
moderation will enable tbe settler of
limited means to avail himself of an
exceptional opportunity to arqu.re
a paying home in close proximity vo
a railway centre and a growing market, whose demands are Increasing
every day.
HIGHWAY FROM B. C. TO
MEXICO.
Samuel Hill, son-in-law of James
3. Hill, railroad king ot the North-
west, addressing the Commonwealth
club at a luncheon at th. Palace hotel, San Francisco, on tb. tenth Instant, on "Highway Improvements,"
said his plan was the establishment
of a system of roads that will extend along the Pacific coast from
British Columbia to Mexico.
"The scheme is in no sense visionary," he said.   "It is thoroughly  a
practical one, and the benefits   that
would result are immeasurable. Here
in California you have three   ' men
well to tbe front in railway building.
They are Ellery, Fletcher and Loader, and they are not only capable
of building roads, but equally   ca_
able of teaching others how     thej.
should be built.    The people of t. •
whole state have voted a magnifies
appropriation of $18,000,000 for roai
building,   which   should, if pro....
managed, make a transforma. ■
the whole state.
"Tbe  government    of   tbe Unit.
States   has   spent   and   is jpendm.
millions to improve the trans^o.
tion   by   internal waterways,
aside   from   th.   commerce o.
Great Lakes, what aid has this   ■
penditure brought or what relief i.i
been given to th. great mass of ou.
people?"
THE B.X.-*NEW OFFICES.
Tbe accounting department ot   the
B.   C.   Express  company,   at their
headquarters in Ashcroft  have   now
moved into their new palatial quarters at the south end of th. town.
The new office, which is ot tb. bungalow style, with overhanging eaves
and colored a pretty green, is   certainly a credit to the town. Th. interior of the building la well fitted
up and affords ample accommodation
for   tbe  public   as well as for   th.
staff.   Th.   dimensions of tbe building ar. 57 by 26; tbe front portion
is set apart for tbe public, with   a
comfortable private office on the left
for Manager West leading from   the
main office, which is in th. centre oi
the building.  Tbe rear Is devoted tu
tbe express department and a spac
ous vault, tbe second story being en
tirely  used  for  tbe  storing of su.
tionery Very   shortly   every depait
ment of the   business will be moveu
from the old property at th. north
end, which is now sold, and the Cariboo stage will be seen gaily dashing through the   town.   The stages
will load from the back of th. ofl'r
Several   other   buildings have be ■
erected on ithe new property, suci
a blacksmith shop, carpenter shot,..
workshop and an up-to-date garage
of large   dimensions,   making in all
quit, a cluster of buildings.
FOOT FROZEN.
T. Herring, one of first locators ai
Giscombe Portage, had one foot badly frozen on the 26th of last month.
Mr. Herring was visiting with a
neighbor a short distance away from
his cabin and was on bis way back
when he felt a sharp tinge in his
right foot. On arrival at his cabin
he discovered that thee of the toes
had been nipped. Ed. Seebach, Wm.
Macauley and Roy Clements brought
the patient to South Fort George,
and on Tuesday Dr. Lazier amputated the toes. 4
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT    £_*_
District of Cariboo $
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo. 	
Take   notice   thnt    1,     Margerite Take   notice    that Robert Michael >A
Brown, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupa- Burns, of South Fort George,   B. 0., g
tion married woman, intends to ap- occupation   hotel-keeper, intends    to J|
FORT GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
J, B. DANIELL. PRESIDENT
Devoted   to   the   interests   of   Fort  ^aiW^so'uthr'thence 80 chains west;  district;    thence     west   20   chains; ,
thence 80  chains    north;  thence    80  thence south 20 clinins; more or less, J
chains east.
MARGERITE BROWN,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
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Close & Brown
South Fort George, B.C.
George and the entire Northern Interior.
J. B. DANIELL, Editor.
tnence soutn 20 ennuis; mum u. .-_■ , «
along the eastern boundary of Lot 'A
753, to the Fraser river; thence in a },
northeasterly direction following the JT
meanderings of the Fraser river    to 'a
General Merchants
4  Just received a consignment
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James H.  King,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation physician, intends   to apply for iiermission     to     purchase     the   following
Commencing at a
n gs
point of    commencement,  containing
20 acres more or less.
ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS.
December 21, l'JIO.
4  of Dunham, Norway, Maine
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SNOWSHOES \
Ladies' and Men's R
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FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
Take notice   that   Gordon Wright, described lands:
of Ottawa, Ont., occupation govern- post  planted  at  the  southwest  cor-
ment official,   intends   to apply   for ner 0f   Lot    1890;  thence 80 chains
permission to purchase the lollowing aouth; thence 80 chains west; thence  £0''™,^ for
described lands:     Commencing  at  a go chains  north;    thencc 80    chains   ..    foiiowine described lands
post planted at the northwest   cor- east.
FORT GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice   that   Frederick Tazewell,  of Bath,   Somerset,  Eng.,   occupation  real estate dealer,  intends 'A
tr> onniv fn.   permission to  purchase £.
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THE
NORTHERN LUMBER CO.
ner of D. L. 4366; tlicnce east eighty
chains; thencc nortii 20 chains;
thence west 20 chains; thence north
about 20 chains to the Nechaco river; thencc following the meanderings
of tbe river up stream to point of
commencement. GORDON WRIGHT.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
JAMES II. KING,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
4
Commencing at a post planted at 'A
the 3. E. corner of I). L. 842; thenco £
south -18 chain's, mure or less, to tlic fl
northern   boundary   of D.    L. 1709 ;  A
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed
C_r-_r
C=___
LUMBER
thence west SO chains; tiience north, ,.
48 chains, more or less, to the S.W. fl
corner of D. L. 842; thence east   80 'A
chains    to   the   point of commence- E
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
ment, and containing 380 acres, morc c^
or less.     FREDERICK TAZEWELL.  '4
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frank  W.  Green,
of Cranbrook, B. O., occupation physician,  iutends  to apply  for permission to purchase   the following   described  lands:     Commencing    at    a
Take notice that Esden Erskine, of  post  planted  at  the  southwest  cor-    FORT GKORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
Ottawa  Ont., occupation accountant,   ner of   Lot   1890;    thence 80 chain. District of Cariboo •■
intends to apply for permission to north; thence 80 chains west; thence Take notice that Stebbin Russell, *\
purchase the following described 80 chains south; thence 80 chains 0f London, E. C, Eng., occupation 'A
lands'    Commencing at a post plant-   east. onHcH-nr    intends   tn   nnnlv   for    Der-  ♦.
ed at the southeast corner of D. L. FRANK W. GREEN
4366'  thencc east  40  chains;    thence William West, agent
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
SPRUCE AND FIB
RUSSELL PEDEN, Manager
South fort George,
ls;vV/\T>\-F>v-r!>\™*™'\™ 4.™y\™y«JR»^^^^W^^«/^^\^>».'»>\'T>\V>vTi^"!
north 80 chains; thence west forty
chains; thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement.
ESDEN ERSKINE.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911. 	
First insertion February 18.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
solicitor,  intends  to  apply for   per- >.
mission to purchase the following de- J
scribed lands: A
Commencing nt a post planted    at 2
__-  -    the N   j;   co-ne- of j), L. 842; thence fl
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.    soutli 68 chains, morc or less, to the 'A
Disti'ict of Cariboo. northern    boundary   of   D. L. 1769 ; 3
Take   notice    that    James   Joyce,   thence east 80 chains; thence north 70 H
of   Cranbrook,    B.    C,    occupation   chains, more   or less, to the    right A
lumberman,    intends    to    apply   for  bank  of the    Lower Nechaco    river; 2
permission     to     purchase   the   fol-  thence following the  mcanderings  of f
Garden Acreage for Sale
5 and 10-acre blocks
lowing   described    lands'     Commen- the said river up stream, in a west-
cing at a post planted at the south- erly direction  to  the  point of corn-
Take notice that Frank Thorburn,  West corner of Lot   1887; thenre   80 mencement, and containing 480 acres,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation sea- chains south; thence 80 chains west; more or less.
man, intends to apply for permission thence 80   chains   north; thence   SO
to purchase  the   followiOg described chains east.          JAMES  JOYCE,
lands: William West, agent.
Commencing   at   a   post   planted Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
about eleven and a half miles south
STEBBIN RUSSELL.
November 15, 1910.
Subdivision of District Lots 745 and 747. Almost immediately l,e-B
low South Fort George, traversed by the located wagon road to Ques- u
nel, on the cast side of the Fraser river. This is guaranteed to he"
the finest truck garden property ever offered to the public in this (lis-1[
trict.   Prices low; terms good. u
►:
►:
i
Real Estate    Timber
Farm Lands
W.F.COOKE
2nd Street South Fort George
Land Located for Purchase or Pre-emption
Exclusive agent South Fort George Townsite
►:
and seven miles   west of the south- FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
east corner of the Dominion reserve, District of Cariboo.
and about four miles in a westerly     Take   notice   that   Frederick     W.  _
direction    from     Swan   Lake,   and Lees, of Cranbrook,   B. C, occupa- mission to purchase the following de
marked F. T.   N. W. corner;   tbence tion physician, intends to apply for scribed lands:
east   80   chains;    thence    south   80
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo	
Take notice that Guy Bidwell,    of _____._*—fM___	
Bromley,   Kent,    Eng.,     occupation praACE river LAND DISTRICT
gentleman, intends to apply for per- "       District of Cariboo.
JlJBWW2W>3BW3KSBW5JE!s)I|5WW5J053BW3l?WJ3JP55P5WWW/W$ra
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DlS'imiT,
District of Carlb 10,
TAKE   notice   thnt   Royal   Drown   of       TAKE    notice    that     Henry    Allien
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Editor, In-   Mitchell of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
permission to"purchase the following     Commencing at a post planted on  **"]*   ,'Z]tu,ZZZZZZ Z]nZ   !>rk' l.t""ls  ." T'Z f'"' '";"">s™
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence  described lands:,    Commencing at a  the right Dank of the Lower Nechaco comnieneing at a post planted aboS? 24   l.nil^'r .mmencu/utT'. ,m ,S2
north   80   cbains   to point   of com-  post planted one mile west   of   the  river,  about  70 chains north  of tbe miles   west   and   1   mile  south   of  tho   about twelve rail s west nml two nines
mencement,    containing     640     acres southwest corner of Lot 1887; thence   .  post on the northern boundary of southeast corner of the Duminlun tiov-   south  of  the  southeast  corner of tne
more or less,
FRANK THORBURN,
Jonathan Graham, agent.
Sept. 12, 1910.
First insertion January 7.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Milton A. Cory,
of Medecine   Hat, Alta., occupation
mail clerk, intends to apply for per-
80 chains   south;    tbence 80   chains  D.  L.  175..;    thence south about
70 eminent Reserve, In 1 lie vicinity .if Cut   Dominion  Government   Reserve, In tne
west;  thence 89 chains north;  thence  chains   to the northern  boundary of ^Zo^ZZVllTcZornZZ i^Zo   iXoZZlo^^talZZZ^Tl
D.  L,  17o5;  thence    east  80 chains ; north 80 chains, thonce west SO chains, * M„ N.W. corner," thenc,. easl 80 chains,
thenco north about 2" chains to the tiience .outh so chains, thei.ee east SO   thence south 80 clinins, 1 lence wen m
80 chains east.
FREDERICK W.  LEES,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
  thence couth  80 clinins, i lenc
right bank of the I owcr Nechaco riv- clmins  to  the point of commencement   chains, thence north so chali
" |i|,ll|.|i,illli.       Hill        ■.,.!       l.,Ai,n       ..a       1.....1 .... t .. » _ a 4.-_.-_-_~. _-_.«
er; thence following the meanderings pontal»in8 •■>• ''"^Z^ZimoWr}
of   the   said   river up stream in   a                         William Radley,  Agent
northwesterly   dhection   to point of .-(.it.  16th.  1910.
commencement,   and   containing   320	
point of commencement, containing un
acres more or less.
HENRY ALBERT MITCHELL,
Jonathan Qraham, a .eot
Sept.  nth,  1010.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Fiku_o K. Futa, acres, morc or less.
of   Cranbrook,     B.    C,   occupation '                      oijy BIDWELL
mission to purchase the following"de-  lumberman, intends to apply for per- November 15, 1910.
scribed   lands:     Commencing   at   a mission to purchase the following de- :	
post planted three miles south of the scribed   lands:     Commencing   at   a fort GEORGE LAND DISTRICT   rner, intends to anply for'permission  Wmlth  nf Vancouver,  ti.u,
southeast corner of Lot 1884; thence  post planted one mile south   of   the District of Cariboo                  to purchase the following   described   Gentleman,   Intends   to  apply
80 chains   east;   thence   40    chains southwest corner of Lot 1887, thence Take notice   that Henry Arnholt-,  lands       '                                              ' '"   '" '
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice   that James Fyfe,   of
South  Fort George,  occupation  far-
PEACE RIVER LAND Dl-'l i.ut.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIO  notiee    thnt    Edward Thomas
.ituiii
permission   to  pureiiase  the  following 'le-
south; thence 80 chains west; thence 80 chains   south;  thence 80   chains  of LSd"^--,   c"'Eng'.';occupation  ""commencing at a post planted one plume,! aboifrtl^mRe^wesVan-'S
,- .......... ........ west; thence 80 chains north; thencc  solicitor,  intends to apply for   per- and one-half miles south of Lot 1883   niile south of the southeast corner ol
80 chains, east mission to purchase thc following de- thencc   east 40  chains; tbence south  ituV.line tl^WW-Tu*
WUlLmWest  aE™t      sc"be(1 la,uls:    , ,    ,   , .    .    » cllains.     thence   west 40 chains ;   atonal.^d   'k  T«,  v^'o,ne,
n t     t       oo   liii Commencing at a post planted at  thence north   40 chains to point   of   thei.ee east SO chains, thenee south M
jjate, Jan. as, nii.. the J post on the western boundary commencement.
40 chains north.
MILTON A. CORY,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. Hth, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that William West, of
Fort George, B. C, occupation far-
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Buchanan,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation ho
mer, intends to apply for Permission tel intends [    a',    , j
to purchase the   following described  _lon t0 purchaM ^ following   de
of D. L. 841, thence west 80 chains
thence north 80 chains; thence east 10
chains, more or less, to thc right
bank of the Lower NcchaCo river ;
thence following the meanderings of
the said  river   down stream    in    a
December 29, 1910.
JAMES FYFE.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice    that Alexander    Mc-
lands :      Commencing    at   a   post gcrjbed   lands'     Commencing   at a southeasterly direction  to  the N.W.  Willie, of Vancouver, B. C, occupa
planted two miles south of the S.E.       t   lanted two miI-s B0Utg of the  " '  "   " " ' "'"   ' '    ' '"
_?_?.er_uO.f..L.Ot_-18i4_,-t_M)h_e.J0 _\hams  southwest corner of Lot 1890; thencc
east; thence 80 chains south; thence
80   chains   south;    thence 80 chains
80 chains    west;   thence     80   chains  wcst; thcnce g0 cnaing „orth; then_.   more or less
cornerof D. L. 841; thence south tion traveller, intends to apply for
about 25 chains to the point of com- permission to purchase the following
mencement, and containing 440 acres  described lands:
Chains, thence west 80 chains, tnence
norlh 80 chains to tiie point of <■""-
mencement, containing Oio acres snore
or less.
EDWAHI) THOMAS  SMITH.
Jonathan Urallam, Agent
Sept. 15th, lino.
PEACE KIVKK  LAND  DISTRICT,
District or Cariboo,
TAKE notice thai 1-rank Harold
herd of Vancouver, B.C., occ i
Printer, inieiuls to apply for p<
north. WILLIAM WEST.
Date, January 13th, 1911.
80 chains cast. JAMES BUCHANAN.
   _________ W. West, agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.   -—' J&Z 28, —	
District of Cariboo. PORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Take notice   that   Robert L. Mor- District of Cariboo.
row, of Cranbrook, B. C, intends to     Take notice   that James Mclnnis
HENRY ARNHOLTZ.
November 15, 1910.
■•noi'-
a mm
s8ion
Commencing    at   a   post   planted   to  purchase  iho    following    described
about   eleven   miles    north    of    tho   liln(ls:  Commencing al   a  post     >'■>•■
Blackwater and at  the S.W.  corner   about  tl,raa  mll8B  west
District of Cariboo
Take notice   that    Frederic Byrdc,
appiy for permission to purchase the of Vancouver, B. C, occupation   en- ^ZXee^ttLs^M^v
following doscribed lands:    Commen- gineer,  intends to apply for permis-    nR   Wtntm,   mte       \°   °P '? f01
cing at a post   planted two   miles -ion to purchase   the   following   de- J!S?.Sl,on1a*° J.urchasfl tlle followlng
south of the southeast corner of Lot scribed lands:     Commencing   at   a
1883; thence 40
1 one mile
....     „„.,     _. , soi'th  of  the  southeast  earner of the
 _ post of Lot   983;   thencc 80    chains Dominion    Government    Iteserve,   anil
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT    north; thencc 80 chains west; thence about nine miles ninth of Swan UK.
80 chains   south;    thencc 80    chains "'"'   "'n'ke.l   "K    n.   S.,   S.K  corner,
east to point of commencement »»«• ™« " ^ ZoZoZ\sV>
ALE4XANDER McWILLIE,
W. MacKirdy, agent
December 7, 1910.
lescribed lands:
Commencing   at   a    post   planted
chains west;    thence  post planted two miles south of the    ^ t   ten   chains we.t of the rliht
80 chains south;   thence 40    chains southwest corner of Lot 1887; thence ?''Z   1
 _.  -1   no  ._-,-_  _n    ,.i,..1,...    ....._+.     n.......    ,,,   -u-:-..   oann 01
east; thence 80 chains north.
ROBERT L. MORROW,
William West, agent
Date, Jan. 15th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Joseph 8. Dowe,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation la-
40    chains    west;    thence   40 chains
south; thence 40 chains east; thence
40 chains north.     JAMES McINNIS,   !'"
W. West, agent.     ""
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
.,    , ,.   , ,     Take notice    that Arthur Filmer,,
th...I^WCr..NC4Ch.ttc? _'„VC. aml  of Vancouver, occupation real estate
broker, intends to apply for permission to  purchase    thc following   de-
south 80 ehnins to the point 0
mencement, containing Oio acre
or Uss.
FRANK HAROLD SHI-PH
Jonathan Gralinm,
Rept.  Kith, DUO.
IIU.
I Kent.
FORT GEORGE LAND DIB-RTOT
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that   William I cchead less.                FREDERIC  BYRDE
borer,""intend- To eppfy'tor" permit  RoWfttt. of South Fort George, B. C. November 15, 1910.
sion to purchase   the following   de-  occupation harness maker, intends to	
scribed   lands:      Commencing   at a  apply ,or Permission to purchase the FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
post planted at the S.__. Cr. of Lot fo"owinB    described     lands:     Coin- District of Cariboo
1607; chence   40   chains east; thenco menclng at a post planted    at   the T(lk-   notit,G   t)l-t   prank    Ernest
80   chains    south;    thence 40 chains """tnwest corner of Dot 1532; thence G.aham Berry, of Vancouver, B. C,
about 80 ehains   west nnd 80 chains
north of the {  post on  the western
i.ndary of D.  L.  841;  thence  west scribetT lande;
80 chains;  thence    south    80 chains; Commencln|?     at   a poBt    planted
thence east 80   chains; thencc north about ten mj,es nortn „, the Black.
80 chains to point of commencement, wat-r Riv-r an(, one „,„_ we(.t from
and containing   640 acres,  more    or the s>    w_    cor--r   po_t of Lot ,J88;
PEACE RIVER  LAND DIST1
District of Cariboo.
takh   notice   that    Roberi
Crosby of  Vancouver,  i:.t.'., oci
Printer,   Inieiuls   lu  apply   for  pcrmw;
slon lo purchase the following de. I'I|M"
lands:   Co enolng at  a  post   i'1""11"'
ahout   three   miles  west  anil   on'1  "",
rout!)   of  tiie  southeasi   oorner »f tM«
thence 80   chailis   north;    thencc   80  ,l]!"l"l"l"l"    Government    Reserve, an
chains  west; thence 80 chains south;   |„d mSrt!d™«!" A° C.    NiliJS
thence 80   chains   east to point   of   ihenee south so' ohnlns,''thonoe wept i\
\lior.
I lllll'"1
west; thence 80 chains north,
JOSEPH S. DOWE,
William West, agent.
Date, January 13th, 1911.
east 20 chains;    thence south eighty  occupation   mining   engineer, intends
chains; thence west 20 chuins; thencc  to apply for permission  to  purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing    at    a   post   olanted
commencement.
ARTHUR FILMER,
W.  MacKirdy, agent.
December 9, 1910.
chains,  thence  north  80 chains, i (
ensl SO clinins to the point of com-
mencement, containing (Mil acres '"'"'
or less. liOHKHT AHI'.KT CRl'SI"-.
Jonathan Graliam, Ago"'
Kepl.   l.-,lh,  ill io.
north 80 chains
WILLIAM LOGHEAD ROWATT
Date, Feb. 4, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice   that   Walter    George
PEACE  IMVKK  LAND  DI.STUK'T.
District   of   Curiboo.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
Take notice   that   Stewart Brock,
of Cranbrook, B. C, hotclman,    intends to apply for permission to pur
FORT GEORGE LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Mrs.  Albert   Erskine,   of   Ottawa,  Ont.,  occupation
widow, intends to apply for peniiis-
chase  the  following described  lands:   8lon to purchase the following     de-
Commencing at a post planted three scribed    lands:     Commencing   at   a  the Lower Nechaco river; thence fol-  the S. W
miles south of the southeast corner  post planted nt the northeast corner  lowing the   mcanderings of the said  thenco
of Lot 1884; thence 40 chains west ;   of D. L. 4306; thenee east 40 chains
thencc   40   chains   south; thence   40  thencc north  40 chains;  thenco west  direction  to the point ol commence
chains east; thencc 40 chains north
STEWART  BROCK,
Willinm West, agent.
about 70 chains west and 80   chains Evans, of Vancouver, B. C, occupa-     TAKK notice that Charles Mllhml ot
north nf thc   i post on thc western tion  real  estate  broker,  intends    to Vancouver,  13. C,    oecupatiun  H"11"'"'
boundnry of 1). L. 841, on thc right apply for permission to purchase the ,r|"rl(' 'nAonds„to nZ,!! ''',"' Z'ZZ
bank  of   thc Lower Nechaco    river; following descrihed lands: \"n„$™c IZLm   L 'J,' t Z  i,!.-i  id""""1
tiience   west (10   chains; thence north Commencing   at    a    post    planted about 20 miles weat and 1- mil-'«"""!
60   chains;    thence   east 60    chains,  about nine miles north of the Black- "-  the "southoiast" oorner "of the I"""1"
more or less, to the right bank    of   water River and one mile west from  '"" Government  Reserve.  In   .1
il
Date,  Jan. 16th, 1911.
First  publication  Jan. 21.
corner  nost  nf I.nt  q»Qn ■ "v  of f "'  1!m>l<   lllver, n   trlbtil
coi net  post oi Dot 989a, PJne  ,i|v        nd  m.irknl ,.c. M,, .,..•■
80   chains    north;  tbonce 80 corner," thenee south so chains, H"''<"
rlvcr   down   stream   in   a southerly chains west; thence 80 chains south; west so chains, thence norlh so ohuini
thence 80   chains   east   to point   of thenee eust 80  ohains to the point
40 chains; thencc south 40 chains to  ment. a,ul containing 480 acres, morc  commencement. commencement    containing    ---
point of commencement. or less. WALTER GEOROE EVANS, ' 's or loKS'r„ .„T .?* mtt.T-ARP
MRS. ALBERT ERSKINE,     FRANK ERNEST GRAHAM DERRY W.  MacKirdy, agent. ''"        '
irefl
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
First Insertion February 18.
November 15, 1910.
Kir.t Insertion nhnve nollcci
Dee. 81,
pecember_9,_lW0.
First insertion Jan. 7,
William Radley, - ■
September 10, lino.	
First insortion nbove notices Jnn. 7.
lit. .FACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
bAt   Dtitrlot o- cariboo.
notice      to:"
Vaneouver,
lntoii
aon   to  pure
i'i'
'1'Al-l
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Carlbop.
Jack     Sweet      TAKE   notice   that   Alvln   Grant     of
jj     <_'.,      occupation  Vancouver,  li.  C,  occupation Engraver,
■ol'     ""'""TntendS       t0      aPP'y      ,for Intends to apply  for perniission to pur-
feowyer.      '     purcliuse    the  following chase    the    lollowing  descrioed   lands:
ll"'""'.. i ,    d_. commencing at a. post commencing ut u post planted ubout __   lands:  Commencing
about eigni miles west and one ,nilcs  weat  und  one  mile  south  ol   the   about   eighteen   miles
It'11'""" ',,,  0f  the southeast corner ol 80utneast oorner of  the Duininion  Qov-   miles south of the southeust corner ol
I'"    i,   union Government iteserve, auu eminent Iteserve, lu tne vicinity ot Cut   the Dominion Government Iteserve  anil
It"'' ''" Hies   north   of   the   upper iilitM Kiver, u  tiiuulary ot Pin.,  itiver.   marked "A.S., N.K corner,'
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.' PEACE RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
IAKE notice that Johanna Sutherland TAKE notiee   that   Herbert   Edward
ol  Vancouver, B.C., occupation Married Read,  of Vuncouver,  B.  C,   occupation
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT
Distriot of Curlhoo.
TAKE  notiee  that  Alexander  .Smith
of   Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupution   Engineer,   intends  to apply  for  permission   w-,, _"•_ ■ _■—-.. .—   --   ■ -■
to   purchase   the     following   uesenueu   vvom,in. Intends to apply for permission   Steward, Intends to apply for permission
at  a   post   planted   i     !JU,cllas-     the   following    deseriDed   to  purchase    the    following    descrioed
west   and   lour   U["UH:    Commencing at  a post planted   lands:   Commencing  at   a  post   planted
about nine and u half miles soutii and  about twenty miles west and six miles
nine miles west of the soutlieast corner  south  of  the southeast cornei   of    the
■t  the  Dominion   Government  Reserve,   Dominion    Government    Reserve,    and
e'llTverr and marked "J. S,, and   marked     "a" <j.," N   _a"oorner/!   *• ohSns,"thenoe's'outh"8o'ohains,Cthence  ""d..aljollt six miles in a 'v/eaCerly'dl-   marked   "H.E.R.,  s.W.   corner,"  'tnence
theuce   east   80 _enalne. tnenoe soutii SO chuins,  thence  west su   east  8" chains .thence north  80 ""'    '"    "   '   ""    '    " "	
rner,
outh Hi)
livun
Es.w.
ItlieiK-'
■cimln-, .'"'''''.^.neement, eoniuining 640
ll"1""      .,'.,',   less.       JACK SWEET.
ehains
■;
■SU"
nalns,  thenco west ov cnuins,   thence   north   SU  onains.   tnence   t0 'he point of commencement, contain
 '     " ing 0.0 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER   SMITH,
Jonathan Graham, Agenl
Sept. 5th, 1910.
orth  80  chains to the fcust 8U onalns  l0  th(, pomt    _£
mencement  containing  oiu   acres
or   less.
cuiu-
niure
jonatiian Gruham, Agent,
l.th, 1910. 	
RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
' District of Curiboo.
•e that Eva Elliott of Van
Sept, 16th,  1910
ALVIN   GUA.NT,
Willlum Radley, Agent.
TA
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III.
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no
occupation Stenographer,
12th, uiu.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distnei of Cariboo.
TAKE  nolice   thut  Mienuel  Mulruny,
tor permission to pur-   of   Vancouver,  B.   C„  occupalion   Wlre-
ollowlng    descrioed    lands:   less Operator, Intends to upply for per-
at   u   post   planted   about   mission   to  purcliuse   tne  lollowing  de-
hall' miles  south  und  ninu   SCrlDed  lunus:   Comnieneing  ut a    post
,,i   me southeust curner of   planted uuuui  eignieen  nines  west unu
ii Oovernment Reserve, und   tour miles soutu of tne southeast comer
Ilea  In a  westerly  direction   of   the   Dominion   Government   iteserve,
nn end ol  Swafl Luke, and   in  Ule  vicinity  uf  Cut Bum.  River,    a
,....   .s.   VV.   corner,"   thence   trlbutury   ot   i'lne   River,    und  markeu
soutii  80 chains,   "M.M,,   .vu.   corner,"   tneitco   east     su
enains,   thence  soutii   SU  chains,  thence
west SO enains,  tnence north  SU enains
to ine poim oi oommenoement, eoniuining  tiiu acres  more or less.
MICHAEL   MULRONl',
Jouulliun Graham, Agent.
Sept.  Oth,  191U.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Duvid MoCalg, ol
Vuncouver, B. C, occupation Engineer,
intends to apply for permission lo purchase the following described lanus:
Commencing at u post planted about
eighteen   miles      west  and   four   miles  tends  to  apply  for  permission  to "pa
rection  from   the  north    end  of  Swan east 80 chains, thenee nortii 80 chains,
Lake, and marked "J. S., a.w. corner,' thence west 80 .chains, thence south 8U
thence nortli  8u chains,  thenee easl 8U ehains  to  the  point of commencement,
eliains,  thence  south  80  chains   thence eontaining 640 acres more or less,
west   80   chuins   to   the  point  of  com- HERBERT  EDWARD  READ,
mencement, containing 6.0 acres moru Jonathan Graham, Agent,
or less.     JOHANNA SUTHERLAND. Sept. 5th, 1910.
Sept. 12th, 1910°nat"a" Qraham' Aeent-
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   thut   Prank   Harris   of
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation  Reporter,
i- \ i.,.- ,„,,:      ,,   ,      ,, intends to apply for permission to pur-
i ake not ce thut Charles Ludhope of  cliaae   ,„,.   foilowlnir   described     lands-
-ancouver, B.C., occupation Printer   in- unletting   u_...n_i.i     i,uhi».
vl
Hi
chains, thencu north SU
point of commencement
acres more or less.
EVA ELLIOTT,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
south of the southeast corner of tho chase the lollowing" described lands
Dominion Government Reserve und Commenclno - _,„._.,,.. , u"lui':
marked   "D.M.,    s VV.    corner,"   thence Sy^s west JSST*  """^  ab°Ut
nortli  80 chuins, thence	
thence soutii  80 chuins   ..._..__  „._. _.   _,_„<.,.,,„„.„,   ,;,.,,., v,.   ,„  ,hl.  u,.inj,.
chains to the point of commencement, cut  Bank  River,  a tributary  of  Pine
River, and marked "C. L„ S.W. corner,"
llience  north  SO eliuins,  thence east 80
Commencing ut a post planted aboul _4
miles west and one mile soutii of the
soutlieast corner ol the Dominion Government Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut
uu-uiu,      iiieuue   iwutl V   111   es  west and  two  miles snnlh   l"""B"1   -m-ono.  "»  4"o   v........    __   .u.
east SO chains, ol ti„. ..nuilicast eon er _7tue Dominion Baf R^r, a tributary of Pine River,
IZZL^.Z government Reserve, in the vleinRy o" ?"«£*   ,7\&l: SV-S'-» T"6I_
contuining OIU ucres more or less.
DAVID  McCAlG,
Jonathan Graliam, Agent.
Sept. Oth, 1910.
PKACJ
TAKI
JVancou'
liiiienu-
l.nli.-e   >
lcoinraei
■ twenty
lot ttie s
■ Guv
IUVER   I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
notice lhat Vance Cline or
i, ii.c, oecupuilon Machinist,
j apply for permission to pur-
.   lolluuing     described   lanus:
PEACE  RIVER  LA.SD DISTRICT.
Dislrict ot Curiboo.
TAKE notice tnui Agnes Douglus ol
Vancouvei.B.C,occupation .\urse, intends
to apply lur perniission to purcnuse Hie
u a post piunted uboul following descrioed lunds: Commencing
,ile.. west and eight miles soum "t u post planted uboul eignieen miles
ulneust curner of the Dominion west anu eigui miles suutn of the suum-
L'lii Reserve, in the vicinity ol oust corner oi iiie Dominion uovcrn-
i.iin. River, u tributary ut Pine ment iteserve, in the viciniiy of Cut
lilver and marked "V. C, Hi.li. corner,' Bunk River, u tributary ot Pine River,
tltenee soutii hd eliains, thence west so and murked "A. D., S.v>, corner," llience
chains thence north 80 eliuins, tnence noi'tn Su enains, tnence east SO chains,
east 80 chains to the point of com- tnence soum Su enains, Uieuce west su
mencement, containing 640 acres more ehains io me poini of commencement,
0, |esB. VANCE CLINE,       coniaiiiing  oio  acres  mure or less.
Junatlian Granum, Agent. AG.NcS   DuUULAS.
10. Jonulliun Grulium, Agent.
Sept. Oth, 1910.
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE   notice   thai  David   IS.   Martin,
of Vancouver, IS.C, uccupution Engineer,
intends to apply lor perniission lu purchase    the   luliuwing   described    lanus:
Commencing at  a  post  piunted    about
elgnteen    miles    west   and   lour   nines
soutli  of  the  southeast corner  of    the
Dominion   Government    Reserve     anu
marked  "D.B.M.,  S.i_.  corner,'1
west SO chains, llience north 80 chaius,
thence eusi  SO  cnuins,   tnence south  su
chains   iu  the puint of commencement,
contuining (Hu aeros more or less.
DAVID IS.  MARTIN.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent.
Sepl.  Oth,  1910.
ehains, tiience soulh 80 chains, theuee
West 80 chains to tlio poiut of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
CHARLES  LUDHGPE.
Willlum Radley, Agent.
Sept. 16lh, 1910.
PEAOE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKE   notice   thut    Richard    Henry
McMillan  of  Vuncouver,  B.  C,  occupa-
thenc-  t'°" Printer, intends  to apply  for per
llience north 80 chains, thence eust SO
chains, tiience soutii 80 chains, thence
west SO chains to the poin,l of commencement containing 040 acres more
or less.
FRANK  HARRIS,
William  Radley,  Agent.
Sept.   16th,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Harry Grimmer of
Vancouver, is. C, uccuputiun Gentleman,
iniends tu upply lor permission lo purchase the toilowing descrjped lunds;
Commencing ul u posi planted uuout
17 l-_ miles west and 1- miles soutn of
lhe  suutneast corner    ot   tne Dominion
■Sept.
PEACE  RIVER LA.ND DISTRICT
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice tnat Cyril Ames of Van-  m.un^me"1'  oontalnlng  640  acres  more
couver,   B.C,  occupation   Clerk,   intends
mission  to purchase the following described   lands:   Commeneing   ut   a   post
planted about three miles soutii and one Government Reserve, tn tne vicinity of
mils west of the southeast corner of the Cut   Bank   Kiver,   u   tnuuiaiy   ol     Pine
Dominiun    Government    Reserve,    and River, uud marked "H. G„ N. E. corner,"
aboul seven miles norm of Swan Luke, thenee souln Su enains,  inence west 80
und  murked   "R.  H.  M,,  N.W.   corner," enains,   thonoe  nortn  su   enaius,  tnence
thence east SO ehains,  tiience south 80 easl  SO  enains  to  tue    poinl of    corn-
cliulns,   thence   west   80   chains,   thence mencement   containing   040   acres   more
nortii   SO  eliains   to  the point  of  com- or less.
HARRY   GRIMMER,
PEACH  KIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
tKK notice   that   Herbert  Robinson
lot N.w Vnn. City, occupation Merchant,
. tu apply lor permission to pur
I .
PEACE  RIVER  LA.SD  DISTRICT.
District ol  Cai'ibuu.
TAKE   nonce   thai     Editji   Albutl  uf
Vuncouver,    B.    C,    occupution Murrieu
luliuwing    described    luiids:   Woman, nileiios to upply for perniission
.   al   it   post    planted   about   lo    purcnase     tne     luliuwing   desenoeu
ues west and two miles south lands:    Commenolng ui a post planted
leasl cornerof the Dominion  aoout   eignt   miles   west  una   two   miles
i   iteserve,  In  llle vicinity of soutu   ui   tne  soutneast oorj_er  nf     me
,i  tributary   of   Pine dominion   Government   iteserve,      anu
uuout   tour   miles   north   ot   the   Upper
i'ouce Coupe Itiver, und markeu '•__, a.
.\.J_.   cornel','     tneuce   wesi   su   chains,
inence soutu  8v  coains,  ihenee east Su
chain..,  luence   nortn   su  chuins  to   lue
point of commencement, auu contuining
040 acres more or less.
EDiTH ALBUTT,
Jonatiian Uraiium, ..gent.
Sept.  l.th, 1910.
■cnase ■ ■
ICoinmeni
leiglilei
1"'
Kioverni-
l.ii'. bitiiH
lmv.i', anil marked "H. R., N.E, curner,"
|ii-ii.r .-until hi) eliains,  thenco west 80
I ...... llience  nurth  80  chains,   thence
|t;i..i su eliains  io  the  point   of   com-
untatning   040   acres   mure
tu upply lor perniission to purchase the
lollowing described lands: Commencing
at a posi planted about fourteen miles
west und one mile suuth uf the suutueusi corner ot tne Dominion Government
iteserve, unu ubuul four miles nortn ol
ine Upper Pouce Coupe Itiver, auu
ii,ar,4eu ' C A., S.W. corner," tne.iee
ea_l SO eliains, tiience north 80 cnuins,
inence wesi So enaius, tnence soutn su
enains to lue puini uf commencement,
euntuiuiiig 040 acres mure or less.
Cl'RtL AMES.
Jonatiian Granum, Agenl.
.Sept. 14th, 1910.
less.
RICHARD HENRY McMlLLAN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  15th,  1910.
Sept. 17th, 1910.
William  Radley,  Agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE   notice   that   William  Mair  ot
Vaneouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Mecnanic,
HERBERT  ROBINSON,
William Rudley, Agent.
lit.  llitll,   1910.
'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct of Cariboo.
'.\i\K nonce tiiat Alfred Graham of
ncouver, U.C, occupation Broker, inns i appl) for permission to pur-
u- . i iilowlng described lands:
al   a   pusi   planted   ubuut
wit)       west and  Iwu miles soutii
[of tne scut icusl corner of the Duminlun
lUoverniiieni  iteserve, in  the vicinity of
I im i.,un.  itiver,  a  trlbutury  of  Pine
and marked "A. G., N.E. corner,"
llll 80 enains, thence west 80
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTHICT.
District ui Cariooo,
TAKE notice that Walter, Christie of
Vancouver, ti. C, oooupatlon Gentleman,
intends lo appl lor permission lu pur-
cliuse the lullowing Uesenueu lunus:
Commencing at u post planted ubuui _4
miles wesi auu two nines soum oi me
soutneast corner ui me uununiun Governmenl Reserve, in tue vicinity ol Cut
Bunk River, u tributary ui Pine River,
rth  80  chains,  tiience  and   marked   "W.   C,     N.W.    corner,'
point   of   com-
PEACE  RIVER LA.ND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai Peier Jackson ot
Vancouver, B.C., occupuuuii Marine Engineer, inieiius iu apply fur permission
io purcnase the lollowing descrioed
lanus: t_oinmeneing ul u pust planteu
uuout twenty miles wesi and four miles
soutii of me suullieasl corner of tne
Dominion Government Reserve, unu
marked "P, J., S.W. corner," uiei.ee
eusi 80 chains, thence nortii 80 chains,
tnence west su enains, inence suum SO
eiiuius to ihe point of couuuenceiueiii,
containing  oiu ucres mure or less.
I'ETi.R  JACivSUN.
Jonuthan Grulium, Agent.
Sept.  5lh, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  thai Andrew  Thorburn intends to apply for permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Seaman, chase   the   following     descrioed   lands:
intends to apply ior permission to pur- commencing   at  a  post   planted   aoout
chase   the   lollowing     desci.lied   lanos: eignt  anu a half  miles  soum  and  ten
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  udoul mllea  west of the southeast corner ot
eleven und u half miles soulh und seven the Dominiun Guverninent .Reserve, aud
miles  west of  the southeast corner ot auoui   seven  miles  lu  a  no. uiwesteriy
the Dominiun Guverument Reserve, anu direction irom Swan Lake, ana maraeu
ubout four miles in u westerly direction "W.  M.,  S.E.  corner,"  tlicnce norm    80
from Swan Lake, and marked "-. T., N. chuins,   thence  west   80   enains,   tnence
W.  coiner,"    tneuce    east    80    chains, suutn  80 enains,  thence ea_i  su enaius
thence soutii so enains, thencu west 80 to the point of commencement, coutain-
cnuins,   thence  nortn   80  enaius  to  the ing  <>4u  acres  more  or  less,
point of commencement, oontalnlng 610 VVILLiaM MAIR.
acres more or less. Jonathan Granum, Agent.
ANDREW   THORBURN. Sept. 13th, 1910.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent.	
Sept.  1:.th,  1910. PEACE  RIVER I_A_.\D  DISTRICT.
District ot Cunooo.
TAKE   notice   thut   Amy   Kilmer   of
sepl. .Oil
thence south 80 chains, thenee eusi SO
inliig 640 acres more ehains, tnence noun SU cli.uius, tiience
west so chuins io the puint of oommenoement contuining 040 ucres more
or less.
WALTER   CHRISTIE,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.   16th,   1910.
ALFRED GRAHAM.
William   Radley,   Agent
1910.
PEACE  RIVER LA.ND DISTRICT.
District of Cariooo. Vancouver,  is.   C,   occuiiaupn    _,iarned
TAKE  notice  that Ala James  Willis Woman,   intends   to   apply   lor   permis-
of Vancouver, B.C., uceupation Clerk, in- sion  lo  purcnase  'the'   Lollowing    ues-
tends  to  apply  for pei'tniss-oii  to  pur- criued   lands:    Conim»uuiug   ul   a  post
chase   the  toilowing    described  lands: plumed aoout _i miies west    and one
Conimencing   at  a   post   planted  aooul mile  soutii  of  the  soutneast. comer oi
three miles soutii and one mile west ot the  Dominion. Goveriuuoiii   i.eso.ve,   in
the  soutlieast  corner  of  lhe  Domiiiiun me vicinity of Cui Bunk River, a u'iou-
_   Government  Reserve,   und  about  seven tary oi Pine River, and markeu "a. __-,
PEACE RIVER LA.ND DISTRICT.      "dies nortii of Swan Lake, and marked N.  W.  corner,"  tiience souiii au cuams,
District ui Curiboo.                     "A J. W., N.E. oorner," tnence west so thenoe easl 80 chains,  tnence norm  ou
TAKE nolice  that William Gundy  of   chains,  tbence  south  80  chains,  theuce enains,   tneuce   west   Su   euuiiis   to   tne
Vancouver,  B.C., occupation Gentleman,   east  80  chains,  thence north  SO cnuins point 0_  commencement  containing  t>40
iACE  KIVER   LA.ND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
,\nK no
I Vancouvei
mat Benjamin Shurpe uf
, ueeupution Accountuiit,
j for perniission lo pur-
•\wn_    described    lunds:
..ains, llience west SO
an 80 chuins, thence
■ the poinl of com
.mug
intends to apply Ior permission io pur
cnuse the following described lanus;
Commencing ui u post planted uuout
three miles west and two miles south Of
tne southeast corner of the Dominion
Governmenl Reserve, and about eight
miles norm ol Swan Lake, and marked
"W. G., -N. W. corner," tnence soulh SO
SO   chains,   inence
to   the   point   of   commencement,   con- acres   more  or  less.
talnlng OIU acres more or less. '   AMY   KIL-MER,
ALA JAMES  WILLIS. vVilliam Ra.uie., Agent.
_    .   .__,    ,_,-0nuUia" Ural,um' A*ent. sept. 17th, 1910.
Sept. 15th, 1910.  :	
I'EACE   IUVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Olive LeRoy Perry
of   Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Clerk, chuins,   llience   east
post   planted   uboot   intends to apply for permission lo pur- north  SO  chuins,  thence wesi su  cnuins
mil two miles south  chase   the   luliuwing   described   lands; lo the point of commencement contain-
ner of the Dominion   Commeneing   at   a   post   planted   about ing OIU acres more ur less,
i,  in the viciniiy of   ore mile soutii and one mile west of the WILLIAM GUNDY,
.   tributary   of   Pine   soutlieast corner of  the Dominion Gov- Jonathan Graham, Agent.
B. S„ S.E. curner,'    ernment  Reserve,  und ubout  nine miles Sept.   lath,  1910.
nortli of the nortii end of Swun Luke,	
und    marked   "O.   L.   P.,   S.W.   corner," PEACE   RIVER   LA.ND   DISTRICT,
thence north  80  chains,  llience easl 80 District of Cariboo.
040   ucres  more   chains,  tiience  soutii   SO  chuins,   llience TAKE nuiice lliut Murray Johnstone,
west   SO  chains   to   the  poinl  of  com- of Vuncouver, B.C., occupution Mariner,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District ot uarlooo.
TAKE  notice  that  Emmerson  Grant
,,, ,.   , ,,.„   of Vancouver, B. C, occupuiiuu Mablun-
uccupatiun  Physician, ^  lutena_   -Q ^y  l0/p*nuiss   n  l0
PEACE RIVER LAiND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   David   Lazier   ot
Vancouver,  B.C.
sssTtfi ?ouoywSrgpa%r™°dn laEus. »zzzr rowiuf sssr "r?_
Commencing at a ptsi    planted    about "vv^tS.d''orT'ntT'oZZT^
mli.sawdes?   iUl he"s utl.rt  ZrlZZ -utheast corner of the Dominion Gov-
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
ernment Reserve, ill the vicinity ot Cut
\.\11N   S1IARPE.
un   Rudley,   Agent.
mencement,  eontaining  640  acres  more   intends to apply for permission iu pur
er lea
I '10
TAKE
Mitchell
nun ele
missi i.
erioed  li
■!'!• KIVEU LAND  DISTRICT.
District ol Curiboo.
ice   that    Arthur    George
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupu-
ntenda   lo   upply   for   purine lollowing des-
S(
OLIVE LeROY PERRY.
Jonatiiun Graham, Agent.
15th,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LA.ND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thut Solomon Hirsch-
berg of Vuncouver, B. C, occupution
-mmencing ut a post optician, intends to apply for permission
-.'.intcil about ten miles west and two to purchase the fulluwing described
es soutii ul the southeast corner of lunds; Commencing ut a pust planted
"iiiiiilun Government Reserve, and about ten and a half miles suuth and ^epi
'."ni miles nurth of. the Upper six miles west of the southeust corner
rvuee Cuupe River, und marked "A.G.M., of the Duininion Government Reserve,
., ' eowor," thence west 80 chains, in the vicinity of Swan Lake, und
''iiii'i' south 80 elmins, thence eust 80 marked "S. 11., S.E. corner," tiience west
■' north so chains lo the SO chuins, tiience nortli SO eliuins, thence
ineiit, oontalnlng 640 eust 80 chuins, tiience soutii 80 eliuins
tu tiie poini oi commencement, oontaln-
g 010 ucres more  or less.
SOLOMON  lllRSCHP.ERG.
Jouulliun Grulium, Agent.
Sept.  12th,  1910.
chuse the lollowing described lauds
Commenoing ai a post piunted uboul
twenty miles west and four miles soutli
of the southeast curner uf the Dominion
Oovernment Reserve, and murked "M.J.,
.N.E. corner," thenee soulh SO cnuins,
thence west SO chums, theuce north su
cnuins, thence east 80 chums lo me
point of commencement, contuining oio
ucres more or less.
MURRAY   JOHNSTONE,
ubout six miles in a westerly direction *>enk River, a tributary ot Pine River,
from the north end of Swun Luke, and ^lui marked E. Q., N. U. corner,
marked "D. L., S.E. corner," thence west ll,enee soutl. So chains, thence east 80
80 chains, thence north SO chains, thence enains, thenoe nortn so cnuins, tuenoe
east 80 chains, thence soutii so chains west SO enains to the point of coin-
to the point of commencement, contain- mencement containing 610 acres more
ing 610 acres more or less. or 'ess.
DAVID LAiUER. EMiMERSO.N   GRANT,
Jonathan Graham, Agent. William Radley, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910. Sept.  16th,  1910.
ll
ativtlt
.unit of cu
es ami-,, oi leg!
AHTHUll Cl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT. PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice    that    Julia  Park,   of TAKE notice that Frank Grimmer of
Vancouver,    B.C.,    occupation   Married Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentleman,
Woman,   intends   to  apply   for  permis- iniends to apply for permission lo pur-
Jonulliun Grulium, ugeiil.   sion to purcliuse the following describe,' ei.ase   the  following    described    lunus;
1910.                                              lunds:    Commencing at a post plaiueu Commencing  at  a post  plained    auout
 about eleven and a half mlles south and IV l-_ miles .vest and 12 miles souiii ot
PEACE   RIVER   L.-.ND   DISTRICT.      nine miles west of the southeast corner the  suullieasl  corner  of   the  Dominion
District of Cariboo.                    of   the  Dominion  Government  Reserve, Government Reserve, in th£ viciniiy of
TAKE notice thai Charles Spargoe, of  and about six  miles in a westerly  di- cut  Bank  River,  a  triotitury    ot  Pine
ulh,
«Pt 13th, l'jiu
Kill.   MITCHELL,
Jonathan Grulium, Agent.
Vuncouver, B.C., occupation-Hairdresser,
iniends to upply for permission to purcliuse tiie lollowing described lunds:
Commencing  ut u    pust piunted ubout
twenty miles west und six miles suuth   tu the puint of commencement, contain
rection from   Swun  Luke,  and  marked   River, and marked "_.'. G., N.W. corner,"
"j.   p., .n.e.  corner,"   thenee  west    so thenoe souiii so chains, thenee east 80
eliains, thence  soutii  80  chaius,  thence chains,   thence  north   80  enains,   thenee
east 80 chains,  theuce north  80 chains West  80  enains  lo  the    poini  of  coni-
01
PEACE RIVER  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
... "...Uui ul  Cariboo,
1 -\K|.,  I,, ■
Unit  Harry   Hurl   Wells
B.C.,  uccupution  Gentle
apply lor permission to
the lolluuing described lnnds:
Hn'nnln«   "l   a   post   planted   ubout
■' west and iuur miles suuih
Ml corner of the Dominion
Reserve,     mid   about   six
"I  Swan Lake, und murked
h   VV.  enrner,"   thence eust
thence    north    80    chuins,
thence soutii 80
incouver,
W. Intends tu
unci,
ol I
Gov
Mies nort
11.  W
MJ
lll'll.i
Cll;
^liuina,
West ho eliuins,
is   ii  the
nig 010 ucres mure o'r less.
HARRY   HART   WELLS.
_2i isuwmo,
PEACIi] I
lonathi
an Urujiuin, Agent.
I'KACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT
Dislrict of Curibuu.
TAKE notice that Edilh Henrietta ing 640 ucres more or less
Gardner of Vancouver, B. C, uccupaliun
Spinster, iniends to apply ior permlBBlon to purchase the following described lands: Commencing ut u pust piunted ubuut twenty miles wes
und two miles south of the
southeust corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, in tho vicinity ot
Cut Bunk River, u tributary oi: I me
River, and marked "E. 11. <-,., N. «■
corner," llience suutli 80 chains, thence
eust 80 chuins, thence nurth 80 chains,
thenc
of the southeust corner of lhe Domln
ion Government Reserve, and marked
"C. S., N.E. curner,"    llience    west    80
chuins,  tiience  soutii  80  chuins,  thenee Sept.  13th, 1910.
eust  80 chuins,  thence north  80 ehulns —	
to the point of commencement, contain- PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
lug 640 acres mure or less.
JULIA PARK.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
menceiuent   containing   lilu   acres   more
or less.
PRANK  GRIMMER,
William  Radley,   Agent.
Sept.  17th,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict ot Curlbuo.
TARE:   nutiee    lliut   Bert  Hendry   of
■jIVER LAND DISTRICT.
I'Al.i.    1Jlbt,k'l of Curiboo.
ohmton ,".   ..    tllut    Bl,a«le    Coleman
l'0" .Mtiir . i \l!"cuuver,  B.  C,  oecupa-
follow ne      , °" „ t0     purchase     the
""""•in.       ''scribed      lands:      Com-      xa-.-*  --         ., „ ,.,,..,...,,,,,
about   t, ,   U       a       l,08t       Panted Vancouver, li. C, poouPaUon. Gentleman,
ui eiclii „,„i .. ,    *.. .   ....... ,    u.„,iv i'or permission lo pui-
*.'..•     . ii,,..i    I..... .
District of Cariboo,
CHARLES SPARGOE. TAKE   notice   that   William   Holt   ot
Jonathan Graham, Agent.   Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Clerk,  in- Vuncouver,  B. C, oecupuilon Cluel  En-
_ Sept.  5th, 1910. tends  to  apply  for permission  to pur- gineer,  intends tu upply  lor permission
• PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT       chase   the   following   described   lauds:  t0   purchase   the    following    described
District of Curiboo Coniniencing   at  a   post   piunted   about lands:    Commencing  at u posi  planted
TAKE notice that John M  (inlanders,   " i-'i  "liles  soulh  and uille mUes  west about __ miles wesi and one milo soulh
of   Vanco vei.  B   C,  oecupatio     i_ngP   ?*  the southeast corner of the Domln- 0f the southeast corner ot tlle Dominion
neer! intends   o apply for permission to Ion Government Reserve, and about six Government Reserve, lu the vicinity of
purohase the following described lands:  miles in a westerly direction from the 0ut  Bank  Kiver,  a   tributary   of  Pine
commenoing at a pusi planted aboui north end of Swan.Lake,,u* marked RiveVi and marked "B. H., S. E. corner,"
twenty  miles wesi and six miles south    W.   H.,   N.L.  coinei,    thence  west   su tllullca nm.t,.  w ohalnB   Uien       v    t s0
of the southeast corner of the Dominion  chains,  thence south  80  chains   tiience clmj„s,  tllenc6 aouUl  „'„  cllalns   thenM
','  wes,   ...   eiiatns  ...  the. .-,„   ,f   ^^ninent Reserve and marked ,"J.M.  ?«V^» ^SSSJ^^^JA «"  TZtnft  ^'e   tir"    °* ^
mencement   containing   640   acres   more
or less.
BERT  HENDRY,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Distriot of Carlbop.
TAKE   notice   that   June     Kilmer   of
conmlnliig      040   ucres   u., N.W. corner/' thence eust 80 chains,   to the point of oommenoement, contain
commenooment
m°ED°lTH HENRIETTA  GARDNER
thence soutii  SO chains, thence west 80
  chuins,   thence norlh  80  chains   to  the
William  Rudley,  Agent,   point of commencement, contuining 640
Sept.  16th, 1910.
"peace RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District uf Curiboo.
TAKE  notice   that  Alvln Christie  of
ucres more or less.
JOHN  M.  GILLANDERS.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  5th,  1910.	
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
ing 640 acres more or less.
WILLIAM HOLT.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Herbert Christie of
   Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentlemun,   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   Spinster,
TAKE notice that Prank Spaulding of Intends to apply for porinisJ-ion to pur-  iniends to apply for permission to pur-
JJPtUih, _.
'Kt hiseni,,,,,
■■..mi    «n    i   .                     A                 i,  80 'chains   thence east 80 "F.   s„   S.E.   cornor,"     thence   wost   80 tiience south  80 chains,  thence west 80 thenco north  80 chuins,  thence eust  80
""  'imlml  to  the   tnence soma  ou■  i.       ^  cm|lnS|  lhenoe chains,  thence  north  80  chains,  thence chains,   thenee  north  80  chains,   thence chains,   thenco soutii   80  chains,  thence
puint  of    com- oast 80 chains, thence soutii  80 chains   east  80  chains    to    the  point of com- west  80  chains  to  the  point  of    com-
610   aoros   more to tho point of commencoment, contain- mencement  containing   610   acres   more mencement  containing   640   ucres   more
i  ,,  ,,     ■ _--,—.»*>.-■. --—  ing 640 acres more or less.                        or less. or less.
.Jonathan Graham, Agent,   or leas.                   ALVIN  CHRISTIE, FRANK SPAULDING.                               HERBERT   CHRISTIE,                                            JANE  KILMER,
---—____                                                   William  Rndley. Agent. Jonathan Graham, Agent.                                William Radley, Agont.                                William Rndley, Agent.
SeeIon this page Jan. 7 Sept. Hth, 1810. Sept. Bth, 1910.                                    Sept. 16th, 1910. Sept. -6th, mo.
K'i'» in,,,, """''"ei'incnt  containing   640   chains,  thonce  nortli   8
BEgati-.nJSf'1' west  80 chains  to the
"""■l^ COLEMAN  JOHNSTON,      mencement  containing CITY ANO DISTRICT
Danforfh & Lee
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Plans .u.ni.hod
Hamilton Are., between 1st and 2nd
Word was received here tbat that
W. J. DeBeck left Quesnel on Wednesday for Ashcroft feeling better
than ho has for many months.
Mr.    Graves,    deputy   inspector of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Provincial government offices, was iu ———»———————.
Barkerville on the 5th. F0RT ciEOROE LAND MS.TR.OT.
Ice Contractor Uouichicr has  been Disti'ict of Cariboo,
hauling  ice for the pool  room    this Tal-e llotice that Thomas Ross, of
wce't' Fernie, B. C, occupation lumberman
The West Cnnadian Deep Leads intends to apply for permission to
Mining Co., at Barkerville, are in- purchase thc following described
stalling another 18-inch Cornish Ihnds: Commencing at a post plant-
pump, which will be in operation the ed A miles south of the southeast
incoming week. Or.  of Lot 1606;    thence    80    chains
east;  thence 40 chains south;  thence
The hrst building to be erected on 80   -llains   west;   thence   40    cnain_
the ridge back from the Hat or busi-  north THOMAS ROSS,
ness   section   of Soutii Fort George, William West, agent,
has reared itself in the shape of   a      DatCi Jan   14th   ]9J1
cottage  Contractor N,   McLean    has ,
been working on the past week.     It    FORT GKORGE LAND DISTRICT.
is   one   of   four   of   similar   design District of Cnriboo.
which will grace that picturesque re-     Take notice that Cnarles Hownnl|
siilential spot. 0[ Cranbrook, B. C, occupation ho-
Wm. Blair, after visiting Stella, telninn, intends to apply for permis-
Nechnco and other points in which slon to purchase tbe following de-
he has mercantile branches, arrived scribed lands: Commencing ut a
in South Fort George Monday night.   Post planted  one mile smith of   the
southeast corner of Lot 1607; thence
40 chains east; thence 80 chains
south; thenee 40 chains west; thence
80 chains north.
CHARLES  HOWARD.
William West, agent.
Date, .January 13th, 1911.
NOTICE.
Strayed on to the premises of Duncan McKenzie, Blackwater road, one
bay horse, marked on the right side,
with star on forehead nnd two white
hands. If not claimed nnd expenses
of feed and this notice paid for, said
horse will be sold hy public auction
thirty days from date of lirst publication of this notice.
DUNCAN M.KI.NZIE.
February 10,  llll I.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT, 1910
Section (Nineteen.)
Notice is hereby given that on the
twenty-first day of February next,
application will be made to the superintendent of provincial police for
the grant of a license for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known as the South Fort
George Restaurant, situate at South
Fort George, B. C, upon thc lands
described as Lot numbered fourteen,
in block numbered fifteen, in District
Lot numbered nine hundred nnd thirty three.
A. K. l-OliKCII)l.lt.
January 21,  1911.
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Head Oflice: VANCOUVER, B. C.     ______---
$2,000,000
CAPITAI, AUTHORIZED
D I It I. 0 T DBS:
I.iniiiiii,    MoFeely  &  Co.,    Wholesnlo
Hurdwnre,  Vancouver,  B.C.
M.   11.   t'AHI.IN,   Esq.,   Vice President,
('npitiilist, Victoria, II.I.'.
HIS 1IONOK T. W.  PATERSON,  Li.u-
tnnant-Uovernor British Columbia.
L. IV. SHATP0RD, Esq.. M.L.A., Mer-
cli-nt,  Heill.v, B.C.
W. H. MALKIN, Esq., The W. H. Malkin  Co.,    Ltd.,    Wholesale  Grocers,
Vancouver, B.C.
Robert Kennedy,   New Westmin-
•I.   A.   MITCHEU
Victoria, II. 0.
It. Jl.  HEAPS.  Esq
Esq..   Caplt.
illst,
Co.,   Lumber' and'Timber' IZ, &
Columbia, Trust Ooi. Ltd!,   vlu',',!''"'
vor, B. C.
I.  A.   HARVEY,  Esq.,
ol Cranbrook.  B.C.,
A.  L. DEWAR, 0
K-C., former)?
Vancouver   » J
CENERAI, BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fort George Branch; F. IV. DEWAR, Manager
B.ft
enei-til l-iuia_.r,
As toon as navigation opens Mr.
Blair will make Soutii Fort George
bis permanent quarters for tbe summer.
W. _T. Ewing, butcher, Quesnel,
with a shop in South Fort George,
came in on Monday with four whole
quarters of beef. This shipment will
last as long in South Fort George as
tbe proverbial snowball will elsewhere.   This is the first meat seen in 	
South Fort George in a month. At Vancouver, B. C., occupation a__-
this rate of supply there is room for 'nan, intends to apply for permission
half a dozen butcher shops here. to purchase the   following described
..    T . ,    ..    .,    .,        .       lands:   Commencing at a post plant-
Al. Johnson of the Northern ho- ed at the g w cor|ler o{' Lot"4363
tel, arrived back on Monday after- thence _outh 30 chai th_n__ ^
noon after having spent one month 80 cnajn-. thence north 30 chaing.
on the coast purchasing supplies and thence wcst g0 ehai to jnt Qj
malting other arrangements for early commencement, nnd containing 240
shipment in the spring.   He says ev-   aores   mol.e or Ies_
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Dan Wright,     of
ery other man he spoke to on the
outside expressed an intention of visiting South Fort George or becoming interested in the district, und
believes a large influx of people may
be expected during the summer. Accompanying Mr. Johnson was Mr. J.
December 27, 1910.
DAN WRIGHT.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
 . _, _.__.   .._  Take notice that Robert T. Alexan-
Clark,  who assumes the clerkship in der>    °'    Fort    George,   occupation,
the Northern, and who at one time rancher, intends to apply for permis-
was connected with Harvey, Bailey & sion to purchase    the following    de-
Co., at Ashcroft. scribed   lands:      Commencing   at   a
™        ,,                      , _,      ,, 4, P°8t Planted    20   chains north from
Tom   Moore,   one   of the old-time the   northwest   corner of Lot 1576
cowboys of B. C.   has entered     the thence south about 55 chains to N
Old Men s Home at Kamloops     For E.  corner of Cora „odd,           ha_..
a long time past Tom has resided at thence west 20 chains; thence   north
the    Point,    Savona,  but infirmities about 55 chai       thence ea_t t
due to old age have caused him   to chains   to   point   0f commencement,
seek the    comforts of the Kamloops and   containing   110   acres, more or
institution.     In    tbe    early    sixties less.
Tom used to drive beef cattle     for ROBERT T   ALEXANDER
Jerome  Harper,    the cattle king  of Dec. 29th, 1910.         a^aan_j_._..
those days, from Oregon to Barker- ! . . .
ville.   Of the    big   band of cowboys FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
employed by Harper only Moore and District of Cariboo
Antoine Allen of Kamloops are   be- „.-,,„     ..•       _.   _ „
lieved to be left. ,^e noU™ „that GeorKe Bronson,
of Fernie, B. C, occupati .n lumber-
Rev. Mr. Sidy, missionary for the man, intends to apply for permission
Presbyterian church on the Cariboo to purchase the following described
road, with headquarters at Clinton, lands: Commencing at a post plant-
died at Lac La Hachc on Friday, the cd 2 miles south of the southeast
10th instant. Cr.  of  Lot  1607;  thence    80    chains
Quesnel  Observer:     It  is  reported aeast;,thence 40 /ha[ns so,ltn; tht!n«>
80   chains    west;   thence   40   chains
that George Elliston Bowes, who has
been working for P. A. Landry, surveyor, with dog team and Siwashes,
has broken all records by running
the line a mile and a half per day.
Considering the Chinooks and soft
weather this is considered very good.
north. GEORGE BRONSON,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. Hth, 1911.
First pub. above notices Jan. 21.
PICK TOUCHED DYNAMITE.
As a result of a dynamite explosion in No. 1 tunnel at Kitselas, on
the 6th, three Italians were instantly killed  nnd  about eight more   in-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
Take notice that Amy Kilmer, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing   nt   a   post   planted
jured. The unfortunate men who n,,7'.V'''."„'"'''*, "" "_ ''",'' '"mueu
were working under thc Foley, Welch ™?,lh 7 .. .,WCS- aml 0ne milc
& Stewart contract are reported to n "'Ll p southeast corner of the
have struck the loose dynamite with ° ™'"on f°°ve™"ient reserve' in *>»
a pick and caused it to explode. The }'?vni$ °.f Cl,t Bank river a tribu-
three men who were killed were £ry ° Plne »'«r. and mBlke" A.K.
working in the immediate vicinity of ?/ *• Z TL T* 80Ut.h 80 cliains
the dynamite and the other were «„ "EBQlea8\?0 chainsj thence nortn
close by. When the pick struck there EL8^? tfhcnce wcst 80 chain« to
was a loud report. As thc smoke t„f„if""'t.ftof eommencement, con-
cleared away thc damage was count- ta,nin* 640 acres »°™ <>r less,
ed in flesh and blood.   The men were                           „,.,,. rULMER,
William Radley, /..gent.
Sopt. 16, 1910.
buried near thc scene of the disaster.
PAY-AS-YOU-ENTER CARS
WITHDRAWN IN TORONTO.
After having gone through a riot
and faced criticism at its pay-as-
you-cnter cars, the Toronto Street
Railway company has surrendered,
and consented to give up its attempt
to enforce the pay-as-you-enter plan
during the rest of the winter. Tbe
cars used were a number of old ones
remodelled as pay-as-you-enter cars,
adopted in the cities in the United
States and Canada. No provision
was made to permit smoking on the
cars. These inconven inence.. caused
thc popular outcry against the new
enrs.
THE "DUKES" LINE."
The penchnnt for titled steamships
ou the Pncilic coast has now caught
the fancy of the Canadian Northern
officials. It is announced that the
-tcttmship line which this company
will inaugurate on the Pacilic coast,
plying between Victoria, Vancouver,
Prince Rupert nnd Alaskan ports will
be called the "Duke" line und that
their prows will boast the titles of
prominent dukedoms of the old country. The 0. P. R. Initiated this fancy by starting the line of "Princess"
steamships. The G, T. P. took it up
by supplying a "Prince" line, and
now the "Duke" line Is on the way.
First publication Jnn. 7.
FURT GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT
Dijcrict of Cariboo
Take notice that Andrew Miller, of
Fort George, B. C, occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described InndB:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. E. corner of Lot 4358; thence
north 20 chains; thence west 40
chaius; tiience south 20 cbains ;
thence east 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 80 acres,
more or less.    ANDREW MILLER.
Dec. 12, 1910.
FORT OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that John Tutlis, of
Fort George, 11. C, occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. E. corner of Lot i'A',1; thence
south 20 chains; thence cast 20
chains; llience north 20 chains;
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less. JOHN TUTLIS.
Andrew Miller, ngent.
Dec. 13, 1910.
uIkiv.. notices Doc. 81,
Neil McLean
CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Estimates furnished
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
| 1836 j      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars
Bank of British North Ameri
Tbe
nca
Your money Is safer in the Bank than In your house or in your
pocket. It is not tied up. You can get it out at any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and Foreign Drafts bought
and sold. COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders issued.
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
r
If you want the cheapest
and best
Vapor
Gas Lamp
$5 to $50
100 to 2CO0 candle power
For your' business or home
Communicate with
R.R.Carver
Quesnel, B.C.
THE TRADERS'BANK OF CANADA
Head Oflice:        - TORONTO, ONT.
When you hand the store-keeper a cheque for his account
there is no need to bother about the receipt. The bank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter whether you want it next
week or a year hence, the record of the payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how to use a checking account.
Capital and Surplni
•e.sso.ooo
H. C. SEAMAN. Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Districts of
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley and Stoney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purchase
and pre-emption located.
For full particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
Sales Aprent. Notary Public.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Offices:
South Fort George and Fort George
Telegraphic address:
"Erin," Fort George,  B.C.
<HEADQUARTERS)
FOB
FORT GEORGE LANDS
D§
YOU CAN (WlIX BUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
and Oa Very Bcaaoaable Tcrau.  Title Perfect.
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
Or to their local sales agent, Edward Roberts,  South Fort George.
General Office*:  410,411, 412 Winch Bide Vancouver, B. C.
London Oflice:   S Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
$1,000,000.
TUC	
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
A Fresh Shipment
of Oranges, Apples
and Lemons to hand
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
BURC- & LUKE, Proprietors
JOHN BRONGER
Builder and Contractor
Plans and I.lue Prints
Furnished,
Estimates Submitted.
Cor. Thapage and Second
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
PONT1   BUY  ON   PAPER
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan—You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
COME TO
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
v^>
Investigate Our Proposition
-J
and you will find a good live town —Two banks, saw mil
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores,*splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of satisfied  buyers
WRITE FOB INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings St., VANCOUVER, B.C.
Second St., SOUTH POBT GEORGE, B. C.
gore & McGregor,
0. C UNO SURVEYORS
W   ill have a party in the field during the whole of corning winter.
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Estimates Suiimittku.

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