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 The element of doubt that
has existed around this place
has disappeared.
t'r
„*   *•>"
FORT GEORGE HERALD
Don't put off your Port
George trip. You may get left
The best time to travel it now.
VOLUME 1,  NO. 61
SOUTII   FORT   GEORGE,   B.C.OCTOBER   7,   1911
$3DOLLARS PER ANNUM
MONGST some old papers, recently
brought to light in Barkerville, Mr.
Reginald Randall, of the government office
here, came across the following record of the
trials and tribulations of one of the men
who left California in the early '60's for the
Cariboo gold fields, and we are indebted to
the gentleman above mentioned for being
permitted to publish for the first time the
diary of the nameless man who braved the
hardships of the old Cariboo trail, lured on
by the stories of gold in fabulous quantities
to die in the end suffering nnd alone.
The diary is written in two pocket pass
hunks, thu counting house almanacs on the
back of which are dated 1858. Nowhere in
cither of the book- does the name of the
writer appear, though the initials "S. G.
II." appear on the first page. Prom his
mention of a printing office, and the careful
liimetuation of his record, together with
his fair ability to express his observations,
it mny be gatl*.red that he was a printer
from San Fransisco. The record, exactly as
written, follows:
"British Columbia, June 20, 1802."
"On tlw 3rd,, of June I left San Francisco on the steamship Brother Jonathan
for Victoria. On the way up we wont into
tlw Columbia River up to Portland Oreg.
on. Remained there from Saturday noon
till Monday morning;     then out   to sen
again and on to Victoria, arriving, there
Tuesday afternoon June 10, juBt one week
on the trip. We  pitched our tent on tlw
edge'of the woods, half n mile out of town
und began camp life   at, once.   We found
that owing to the snow still lying up in
the mountains we were full early, and so
»>' concluded  to wait    awhile and learn
more of the country before starting. On
the 17th., I and two other young men—
one from New Hampshire, the other from
Maine— concluded to try our luck as partners: so we bought a mule together with
it load of provisions   enough to last six
weeks at least and on the 18th., took an-
otlwr steamboat for New Westminister on
llu' Fraser River. Got in at evening and
bad to lie over till this morning waiting
for another   boat to take  us higher up:
And here we are now steaming along on a
bright warm day against a rushing boil-
in. current,   winding this way and that
.hrough n rugged chain of snowy mountains, many of   them rising up for thousands of feet so steep that no living thing
iun climb. It is very grand but I have seen
so much   mountain scenery that   it does
nut excite me as it once would.
"There are numbers of Indians all
through this region and we see an encampment now and then and see them paddling
their egg-shell canoes. They are peaceable,
und depend much upon the trade with the
whites for their living.
"Monday, June 23rd.,—Little Lillooet
Lake—After sailing up the Fraser River
nbout _5 mileg we turned into Harrison
River, nnd five miles brought us to where
ii. widened into a beautiful lake from one
to six or eight miles wide and forty-five
inid's long. I wish you could see it: Snowy
mountains and rocky cliffs rising straight
up from tho water, shutting out all the
world but tl» blue sky overhead; islands
nnd sharp points running out into the
lake, making a picture of wild grandeur
d liferent from anything I ever saw befor».
We got to tho other end at 10 o'clock at
night, where there is a shanty village
fulled Port Douglas. Got our things
"shore und plunged round in the dark to
find a spot to camp, which we did with-
"»t much trouble. From Douglas there is
27 miles of land to travel to the next lnke
where we are now. The next morning after
landing we loaded tin mule and made up
pucks for ourselves, each one carrying
'rom 30 to 40 pounds, nnd away we went.
ll was very warm and my pack bore
down heavily and my iron heeled shoes,
nearly nn inch thick and driven full of
round-headed nails, gave my poor feet n
N"iry rasping. I had too much clothing
nnd was g00n drenchod in swent. We staggered along some four miles und stopped
'or dinner nnd a few hours rest, then we
bucked to it ngain and stopped for tho
"ight after mnking nltogether about 10
""les. The next day we did better, making
f»nrteen miles, though it wus a rainy
'lay nnd we were nil sore, my feet the
w»rst in the lot. We stopped at a wayside
shanty for tlle night, paying two dollars
"Piece for our supper and breakfast. This
'norning wo made thc five miles to this
lake in less than two hours, nnd here we
""'st wait most of the dny for n chance
'<> sail up tlie lake to the next portage, as
'lie strips of land separating the chnin of
akos are called. We meet mnny men re-
['"'"'"K already. Most of them have not
won through to Cariboo, but far enough
" »nd out thoy lmd not monoy enough
■<> stand it. Most of those who have been
there give the same reason for coming
w»ck-too early in the season and not en-
^ght^be able to wait till the ground is
(Continued on pig* four.)
T last the Attorney General's Department bus acted in the matter of
a jail here. Information was received hero
this week that a shukum-house will immediately be erected alongside of the government offices that occupy their compromising position half-n-mile uway from this
town, Owing to the fact thut it is so Into
in thc year no tenders will be called for
and the job will be done by day's wow.
This unseemly haste is strangely in contrast with the nttitude of the Department
towards this mutter in the past, for the
steel "innards" of thc jug enine up on the
Bame boat with the rest of the equipment,
for establishing government buildings here.
in August of 1910, over one year ago. Then
came the squubble over the government office location, the people versus the "interests", which was diplomatically adjusted by
making a half-way house of thorn on neutral territory. Thut wus bad enough, but
the officeB are equipped with a telephone so
that people who wish to pay the local telephone concern $60. a year can do some of
their business without having to walk half
n mile out of town. If the offices erected
were to have been permanent structures the
decision of the government would have been
wise, for they nre located close to the Indian Reserve boundary, near the Fraser
River watcrfrontage, whieh will always bo
the centre of industry and development
here. But Premier McBride ooce gave tine
writer to understand very distinctly that
whatever buildings were erected here would
be temporary structures, pending, presumably, the railroad's announcement of a
townsite policy. Under these circumstances
there was only one logical plnce to put the
buildings and that pluce would be the town-
site of South Fort (Jeorge—where the people
live. On the spot, for instance, chosen by
Ex-Government Agent Walker, and endorsed
by Auditor Gopel, but set aside as a location for fear of mnking the "interests"
sore. But the jail is a different mutter. If it
be absolutely compulsory u man will wulk
half a mile tp transact his business with a
government agent, but it is a hard matter
for a solitary policeman to coax a drunk
and disorderly "bohunk" to stagger with
him over half a mile of trail, knowing tljat
he is to be put away in a rusty steel cage
at the end of Ins meanderings. Then again,
in the good old summer time, when the
water is liigh the slough between the Hudson's Buy property and this townsite must
sdme times be crossed in a canoe. Truly,
there is a bridge, n relic of the days before
saw-mills were invented, but when the
Eraser rises to its height the pre-historic
peep, which should afford u dry crossing,
presents a spectacle which may bo likened
to a pontoon bridge minus its end sections.
And are we to suppose that Constable Mc-
Coulcy is expected to guide tlie law-breakers
up the road and then ferry them across in
a canoe on the road to the lock-up, or, if
there is no ennoe he must swim the creek
with his prisoner. The days are gone by
when it was necessary to cross the moat
and cast the prisoner into a dungeon after
the fray, nowadays it is usually done in a
more modern manner by pnumutic-tircd
hurry-up waggons thnt have headquarters
in thc heart of tlw city, but the general
rule would seem to be religiously excepted
by the government in regards to this place.
What have we done?—Most everybody voted
right ! !.
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WHEN British Columbia's greut seaport city awoke suddenly to a realization of the fact that the trade of the
Northern Interior was being taken from
under its nose, it began a wild scramble of
newspaper campaigning and hundred thousand-club methods of boosting to secure a
railroad from that city to Fort George und
the Peace River valley. This wus really
funny and reflected little credit upon that
city, for the city itself was alone to blame.
Whilst they wore welcoming every ion-cent
paper railroad promoter that happened
their way with a yarn nbout builhing a
railway north to tap the Peace, the G. T.
P. Bteel was being shoved ahead through
the Yellowhead Pass nnd by next summer
a line of cheap freight communication will
be established between this plnce nnd the
capital of Alberta. This is cold fuct. After
the Edmonton business houses commence
operating in this territory very little freight will bo hauled over tba Cariboo road
from Ashcroft. If Vancouver wus to busy
itself wiith the question of opening up a
route into the I'enee River country through
tho province of It. C. then she would be
striving for the achievement, of something so
glaringly requisite to tho well being nnd the
conservation of her trade, that wo can not
understand the somnolent attitudo of the
Pacific coast press on the matter. The Vuncouver Board of Trade hus never moled the
qunstion and its political organizations
have no word bearing upon tho matter
spread upon their minutes.
As we observed last May, there are two
ways of going into tho Pence Valley.   The
one by rail to Edmonton and west on the
new construction of the G. T. P. to Edson,
thence north over a waggon road which
crosses eight or nine rivers for n distance
of somewhere about 400 miles to the river.
The other, via Fort George to Giscombe,
30 miles north of here on the Fraser River,
across nn eight mile portago and down a
continuous chain of waterways a thousand
miles in extent. If this route were properly
opened up by the provincial government
building a waggon road from tho Fraser
River ut Giscoimbe Portage to the Southern extremity of McLeod Lake, a distance
of about 00 miles, and by tho Dominion
government expending about twenty thousand dollars in mnking the Puck and tho
Crooked Rivers navigable for small Btcum-
boats, British Columbia would reap the
benefit of the trade from tho great Peaco
Valley, to which the province is entitlod. It
would mean that instead of travelling 700
miles from the Pacific seaboard to Calgary,
270 miles north to Edmonton from there,
thence back west 1..0 miles to) Edson and
north f'.om there over a semi-ready road for
about .00 miles to the Peace, British Columbia travel for the northern valley could
go via Ashcroft and Fort George, the Curiboo Road being the only overland part of
the journey, the balance being by rail and
water, and this overland stretch is covered
in one day by fast nnd comfortable autos.
Although there are at present no steamboats on the Peaco River or its tributaries
in British Columbia, if the preliminary
steps were to be taken by the government
that would make steamboating practicable
the construction of craft would soon follow.
This would nssure British Columbia of a
share of her rightful trade, for although
Edmonton could lund freight at Giscombe
Portage, of whatever spot will lie the portal
to the Peace River country on the Fraser
River, cheaper than Vuncouver owing to
the prohibitive rates on the Cariboo road,
yet the British Columbian and Pacific coast
trade and travel would be secured by tho
more convenient route of travel and the
saving in distunce and time. Another very
feasible route into the Peaco River could be
secured by the building of a waggon road
for about fifty miles from the head of navigation on the Big Salmon River, which is a
point not yet determined, to the headwaters of the Parsnip which is navigable from
its headwaters to the point where it flows
into the Peace River opposite the mouth of
the Finlay. Tho navigable rivers in the
Pence system west of the Rocky Mountain
Canyon nre the Peaco River from the canyon
to the Finlny river, the Parsnip River,
which together with the Finlny forms the
Pence, from its mouth to a point estimated
nl thirty miles from the navigable section
of the Big Salmon, and the Findlay River
from its moutli to Fort Grahame. Then if
a waggon portage road were built round the
big canyon on the Pence and steamboats
were run on the eastern reaches, another
stretch of about 500 miles .ending ut Vermillion Fulls, would bo more easily accessible from British Columbia.
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RE-EMPTORS are just beginning to
enter upon lands in the great Peace
valley. This week L. Bower, in charge of
transportation for C. H. Gray's survey
party under Jack Milligan, returned to
Soutli Fort George to record his application
for a pre-emption nt the confluence of the
Parsnip and the Peace Rivers. Mr. Bower
informs us that the development of the
grout valley has just commenced. On the
upper Peace he met a man named Anderson
from St. John B, C, who hns staked u number of copper claims on the Ospica River,
ni tributary of the Finlny River, which converges with that waterway about fifteen
miles above its mouth. The Milligan party
ure surveying the cou] areas for Neil Gething
and his associates. Grant S. Johnson, a
reputed millionaire, who controlls tho Asbestos Mines, of Quebec, accompanied Mr.
Gething into the valley. The party passed
through here in July last. Loui Bowor left
Gething and Johnson ut the big canyon in
August, tliey going up the Pine River to
see the balunco of their cool lands, nnd
Bower travelling slowly up the Peace expecting to be overtaken by Gething and
Johnson before reaching the headwaters. Ho
reached this plnce alone however and learned from an Edmonton paper that Johnson
hud been taken ill with acute indigestion on
the Fine River, nnd hntl died at tho Roman
Catholic Mission on the Peace on September
19tll, When taken sick his companion took
him down the Fine on n rnft und down the
Pence in a skill' to the Mission, where ho
received the best cure possible under the circumstances, The sisters nursed the sick pnun
und Dr. Boulnngor nnd Dr. Donald were
brought over ninety miles from Grouard.
Tha deceased wus well known in Montreal.
Mr. (iething was expected here shortly, but
owing to the sud death of his companion
he was obliged to alter his plans to accompany the romnins east by way of Edmonton.
HE Steamer B. X., which carries the
mail from the foot of navigation to
South Fort George, is being hard put to it
to end the season of navigation according
to contract. The big boat has to haul herself over gravel bars and around obstructing rocks with her cable and steam capstan.
The Steamer B. X. cost in the neighborhood
of $65,000 and her owners can not be expected to take too many chances of losing
or seriously damaging her by running the
river in extremely low water. There are
pluces on the Eraser between this point and
Quesnel at thiB stage of the water, when the
aurfaco indications show rocks every few
foot, looking us though the river was running over a submerged graveyard with the
tombstones just under water. According to
the Canadian Constitution, the legislative
power is divided between the central legislature at Ottawa und those of the provinces.
Rivers and lakes form a part of the exclusive legislative authority of the Parliament of Canada. The representative in that
body from this great constituency of Yale-
Cariboo, Martin Burrell, M. P., has, for
the past four years sat in the ranks of a
feeble opposition, and when he raised his
voice to request more attention from the
government to this rapidly developing region lying tributnry to the Fraser River-
rock choked and neglected—his utterances
would be drowned in the clamourings of the
government members for legislative frills to
bedeck their various constituencies with.
On the twenty-first of last month, however,
tho whole atmosphere of political power
wus changed nt Ottawa, and the Laurier
Government made its exit bowing to the
will of the Canadian people. Our member
finds himself in a fortunate position. He is
one of the old contingent nt the Capitol.
His voice will now not be raised in vain on
the floor of the House, and realizing, as he
must, tl» necessity of clearing the Fraser
River of obstructions to navigation we feel
now that we may reasonably expect political results from Ottawa, There are places on
the river, where, according to the opinion
of experts, dredging of the channells. The expenditure of a few thousand dollars at different points along the route of ..nvigation,
would place this section of tlie country in
touch with the end of steel at Tete Jaune
Cache next summer. To longer neglect this
should be constituted as negligence upon
the part of the Ottawa authorities, as
muny lives will pay the toll as the months
roll by unless something is done before next
June, and in order that the building of
boats by timid owners imay not be impeded an announcement of the intention of
the new government in this regard should be
made in the near future.
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»|«HE WINNIPEG POST   is the latest ac-
* quisition to George J. Hammond's
boosting rags. On August 2nd., a Post
writer compiled and published a full-page
"roast" on George Hammond's Nechaco
River townsites, under the caption "Fort
George—The Original Hot Air Townsite".
The material of the article was brought to
the attention of the writer by the operations of the Winnipeg agents of the Natural
Resources Security Company Ltd. It also
touched upon their President, Hammond in
terms that did not redound to the credit
of that gentleman. The next step in the proceedings of The Post was to accept the invitation of one of Hammond's bell-hops,
who rushed post-haste to the 'Peg to dine
and wine the Post man and bring him west
to Fort George on a personally conducted
tour. Wo sized the coming of the sauve ex-
Adventurer of England as another "Sntur-
duy Sunset" episode tho moment we saw
htm on the decks of the "B. X." in company
of R. K. Lindsay, a go-between for George
Hammond nnd the people he wants to "fix."
Immediately previous to tho arrival of Mr.
Fixit with his fixer, a couple of letters had
been published in the columns of thnt paper
signed by George Hammond and his pacified enemy Beach A. Laselle of the Northern
Development Company, wljo owned this
townsite before the property holders on his
books now bought it. On these letters we
will again dwell hereafter, but lot is suffice
for the mdment to state that they were
published to restore confidence in the runks
of the slicker brigade that provide a comfortable existence for Hammond and his
international  army of   "sales   solicitors."
Shortage of space precludes our dealing,
ns we shall in tho next issue, with the deliberations of the latest in Hammond's protection journals. On September 30th how-
over, two narrow columns appear on page
1) of Knox Mc Gee's imitation of Toronto
Saturday Night. It never refers directly or
indirectly to its own statements regarding
the. Hammond townsite concern, but crawls
from under its load of invective against the
slick promoter by blaming the whole policy
of denunciation against Hammond's town-
sites on the editor of The Herald. We do not
know how much the Post was paid to write
up the unqualified retraction, or, indeed,
whether they were paid anything at all, but
this we do know; that the material conveyed
in the Post's article of the 30th of last
month, and that the article referred to is
carefully worded by a pink-and-wbite space
writer who was shadowed here day and
night by Hammond's right-hand-man. We
would' dirtect your attention to the last page
of this issue. We are publishing thereon the
advertisment of a man who has held for
two years Hammond townsite lots without much hope of decent gain. He is but one
and there nre thousands. Our first intimation thut Hammond was a get-rich-quick
operutor was at the time John Houston,
the veteran newspaper man who set Rupert
on its feet and then came here to follow
the destinies of this town, but who died
before he could finish his campaign against
the Hammond crowd. On conimencing publication here we went up against his wonderful organization of cash controlled papers
and people. We tlien heard rumors of his
get-rich-quick paBt, and found that he figured in bucket shop swindles in Chicago and
Minneapolis. This week we received a book
entitled "Gold Brichs of Speculation" by
John Hill Jr., of the Chicago Board of
Trade. It is dedicated as follows:;' This
book is dedicated to the Legitimate Brokers
who are members of the great exchanges
of the country nnd their patrons, the trading public, in the hope that it may serve to
divorse forever in the public mind legitimate
speculation from Gambling and Swindling."
in the Bame interests, in the same way have
we attacked his later propositions here, and
in the above mentioned book George J.
Hammond is referred to as "embezzler and
wire-tapper." As for the Post scribe, he is
a tool of Hammond's and his puppet.
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"AN undesirable citizen.''   Truth will out
** sometimes under peculiar circumstances and a more appropriate term could
not have been found by an immigration officer than that bestowed on John Patricio McConnell, alias "Bruce, the Blackmailer," the
fore part of August while the journalistic
pimple was on his way to Seattle from Vancouver. As yet we have no reciprocity in
immigration laws, and from the vote cast it is
not likely there will be any reciprocity or
amelioration in that respect. There should
be a change, nevertheless, for the vexatious
and irritating delays passengers and travel-
ers journeying to an from the borders of the
States, remind one of the Russian passport
system. The law is plain on the point, however, and the officials enforce it. "Bruce,"
was travelling with company and was on his
way to Seattle on the SS. Princess Charlotte
to attend a "dog" show there. The boat being a British bottom, the U. S. custom officer
is stationed at the gang-plank at Vancouver
through courtesy, in order to relieve congestion which otherwise would result at the end
of the run. Like all other decent-living people, the immigration officials dislike the jerkwater Liberal, for his unwarranted strictures
on the personnel of the service. Every spaniel has his day, and imagine the glow in the
officer's eye as he surveyed "Bruce " with
"Name, please?"
"Don't you know me?"
"Never had the pleasure."
"I am John Patricio McConnell, editor, and
a British subject," and waved the officer
away and went aboard.
The fun was just commencing. The officer
stepped into the telegraph office and wired
Seattle: "Look out for one John Patricio;
looks like a Dago; won't answer; give him the
third degree."
The boat arrived at Seattle and so did the
blackmailer. He was discovered by the officers, carpetted and given a grilling that resembled a Saturday morning at Castle Garden . ' 'Your name,'' interrogated the officer,
while in the act of producing a question blank
long enough to enshroud a serpentine dancer.
"Bruce" gave it; also his age, his occupation,
the names of his ancestors; showed up the
amount of money he carried, stated that he
was a newly-converted Liberal in politics,
that he had never smuggled opium or diamonds into the States; that he had never
used the mails to defraud; and a thousand
other questions; but bucked when told that
he would have to undergo a medical examination. "Let me go ashore," his teeth chattered. "Not till you pass the doctor," insisted the man in uniform, continuing that
"the number of undesirables and physical
wrecks entering the United States was now
so great that further legislation to strictify
the examination was necessary. This is imperative."
"Bruce" would not consent.
The officer thereupon wrote across the face
of the question form a fractious an UNDESIRABLE CITIZEN and ordered his return.
Like the proverbial feline, "Bruce" came
back—wiser and meeker—without having
attended the kennels.
Nothing like a reputation—even if it is
AN UNDESIRABLE ONE!
*'-, PAGE P
THE    HERALD
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FOHT GEORGE HERALD -f=~E __
PUBLISHED E
N0-iTII£RN INTERIOR
I BY  IH
fiRII
l'c.icc Rivti Urn! Dm. ■ Dint, uf Cnrilm
of
pertnu
CASSIAR   l.ANI)  UISTRICT.
Of Tiie Peace River Und District.
TAKE
CASSIAR  LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peuce River I.uiltl District.
f
Furt
miles west .il the c;
ish Columbia anil
Will.,»' River anil
era Interior.
11   DANIELL, Editor.
Sept i).
M.ir.h
_6th.
post planted abont 6
tern boun-nry ol Brit-
mile north ol the Ke.l
iiirhe.l "ll. II., S. B.
i n,nh 611 chains thence
ns; thence solltll 8o chuins;
, chains to llie point ,.l .""i-
intaining  _4_ acres more nr
OUII.ON K0GDE.
i«ii. »'. II. Harrison, agt.
TAI.K   notice     tli.it   ll.nry Guwan,
Edmonton,    Altu,   occupation Hriik.r,   in- «.,_-,                                                            I    TAKE „„tice t|,ai  Emma M. r.irker, "I
t«iils to ., v for p.n_f__ion to purchase -*?_.„               tlu,t Savld  "' Cra,K ?' Slocan II   C   occupution wife ol ll. Purser
the followi-,, d-jcribe ..Is:- Saskatoon, oecupatiun  Farmer,  iutemls  to   »'**!• »• \     ' "      ™"    ( ,„ .„,„!,.
__n_ ZiZZLZaZ'Zr\,X K" S£ -V't df^JS^iAM
thence east 8o chains. ' \_  «"*«"  thence north 8o chains;  llience   ?_._&>   ehafns"t_Me_   "orl     80   . »l
Jv.l. IlliXRY  C.mVAN. west  8o   chains;   tlicnce     south   8o   chains; i ".';''   8u'['"')', Ji ,r!he   in-in.lerincs   "I
•-March joth. .9.1.     Alherl Tate, u.ent. |«.«« east lollowing the meandering, ol  rtTdoT»...«.m t_ p.-,. ol cumn.enc...
M.i
I'eaee Kiver Und Uisl. - Dist. ol Caribou.
Saturday, October 7, 1911
PEACE RIVKR I.AXD Dlaikl-i'.
Distrul  ..I  Cariboo.
TAKI-: notice th.it Jessie Bella Kerr
I'EACE RIVER I.ANIl DISTRICT.
District  "I  Caril	
■,;;]'  i, • .,■ that  I, Charles Harris
er,
TAKE notice that William Matthews, of
Edmonton,    Alta.,   occupation   Insurance
Agent, intends i.. apply i..r permission to
f   purchase the following descrihed binds:-
Commencing at a post   planted  2 miles
l-   south ol Selbv's tempornry Boundary Post
nt S.E. Corner ..1 Dominion Peace River
posl  planted  about  I   Keserve,   theiue   S..11U1    80  chains;   thence
river down-stream   tu  uoint  ol  cuimim... ,   1 -•
men., containing 64o a.;.,  mure TIL ^"1 Z'""'"'" I'_1iZ"l ?S-KER
Sep.30. DAVID II. CRAIG. Septra. 1.-1.-A   .... l.-Ki.i,«__
August  ist.,  .....
II. C occupation spinster,
ply iur iiermission to pure
_ descrii  ■
CASSIAR LAND DISTKICT.
01 The Peace River Laud District.
CASSIAR  LAND DISTRICT
01 The Peace Riier Land Distric
of
AM-tiT-ICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George, B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates $-5,2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly ralei on application
V
thenci
lorth   Mo   chuins;
ish C..In
Willow
. -.stern boundary o( Brit- wesi  80
ul j miles soulh ol lhe Ked thelice e.isl So chains.
nd mnrked  "J. 1>.  K., N. Jin. WILLIAM MATTHEWS.
ice south 80 chains' theuce      -Mar.h .list. .9.1.     Albert Tnle, agent.
thence  north  Ko  cliains;	
chuins    to   lh.-   point   of Peace River Land Dist. - Dist. ol Curibo.
containing b.v, acres 11
Murcj
JESSIE HKI.I.A KERR.
...ul., 1.11. W. II. Harrison,
'Bt-
I'EACE RIVKK LAND ......Kl...
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that    Margaret   Jack,   of
Vancuuver,  11   C,  occupation  Spinster,  in
tends to apply lor permiss'.,11  to purchase
the   lollowing  ilescribed  ll
Commencing at
TAKK
Edmont
tends li
the loll.
Commenc
South   ol    tl
thence   sui
TAKE   notice   that   Howard   V
-,,_,_ , 'Slocan  H.  C.  occuiiation    accountant,  in-
TAKE,   notice   that   Neil   .McKelcherin   of   tends  tu  apply lor  permissinn   to  purcliase
Stayner,   Out.,    occupation   merchant,   in-   t|lc following ilescribed lands:
tends to apply for permission  to purchase !    CominenciiiK al a   poet  planted  lb miles
the lollowing described binds: j casl   „[   th_   head   on    the   south   bank   of
Commencing ut a post  plumed  16 miles   Nation  Kiver and marked "H.  P.,  N.  W.
east   of   the   head    on   the   north   bank   of   comer"   thence    soutli   80     chains;   thence
Nation River and marked "N. -McK., S. W.   t_st   80   chains;   thencc    north   80   chains;   FA
_   corner"   theme   nonh  80    chains;    theuce   thence   wesl   fulluwing  the  meanderlngs  ol   fA
east   80   chains;   theuce    solllil   8u   chains:    rj„r up-stream to point "I commencement
thence west,  following  ihe me.ind.riiigs of   containing 640 acres more or less.
I   river up-stream to point of commencement,   Sent.30. HOWARD PARKER.
., oJil.uiiing .40 acres more or less. 1    August   _nd.,I.II.
pply b.r permission  to purchase   Sep._o. NEIL .McI.KRCHl.RIN.
Best of wines,
liquors and cigars
Albert Johnson, prop.
'__>'__^_^'___'___>l'__?'J__'___^___>'__>'_%_*.r_v.
ce that John White ller..i
Ait...,   occupnl    Barber,
ed l.ni.
.sl  pl
nted
August ist., 1911,
the
CASSIAR LA.ND  DISTRICT.
Of The Peuce River Land District,
80 chaii
Jv.l.
March
West   ot   III
ish Columbia in
Willow Kner .,
corner"     theme
1st   Ko
111,
ell .uns:
csl   80
.ISl.'lll    l.i
4 miles
marked
1.inli     _
Ihenee   1
planted
pundnry
n..rth ol
uboul .
of llril
llie  Red
JOHN WHITE IIKUIIN.
.8.   inn.       Albert  Tate,  agent.
WILLIAM JONES.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  • 1  ■ ariboo.
AKE notice thnl I. Mary Murdoff, ol
unpeg, Manitoba, occupation married,
;nds to npply for permiss oil to purch'
ling -jo gcres more
MARGARET JACK.
w   li   Harrison, at
Sept.  9-
.M.ir.h I sl li . 1911
PEACE RIVKR I.ANII DISTRICT.
District  ol drib  j acres.
TAKE  notice  that  I,  Annie  Jewell,  of   If".
N.ipance,     Ontario,      occupation    mnrried       March Jot li
woman,intends to apply b.r  permission   to
purchase the following described lands:-
C..itimeni:]i"- ni a post nlanted 1 mile
soulh and I miie wesl nl the South e.ist
turner of the B C. Government Reserve,
lu.irl.eil A. J.'s N. W. corner; thenoe soulh
80 chains; Ihenee east 8.1 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thelice west 811 chains to
point   ol   commencement,   containing 640
PEACE RIVER I.ASD DISTRICT.
District ,.f Carihoo.
TAKK notice that  I, John Strnehnn, 1
Picton, inn.in.,, ouiip.iiioii -tcntlcinan, in
tends I., apply fur |termissiun to purchas
thc lollowing described  lauds
south  nod 7  mibs west  of the South ens
corner ol   lhe II. C. Government   Rescn
 rked J. S 's ti. Vf. ...rner: thence sunt
80 clinins; theme e.isl 80 chains; them
nortli 80 clinins; theuce west 80 elmins 1
point  „f    commencement,  containing  r.4.
_4
>1
.ins,    ui     im   [(mowing    urs-in cn    in"".'. ^B
murcli- '   Commenciiig at a post planted 12 miles V^
isit.11   to   east   of   the   head   i_n   the   .smith   hank   "I   fA
CASSIAR   I.AND   DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
I of Saskatoon,     occupation  merchant,   in-
: tends to apply for permission to purchase
0/   he   following   descriled   la   '
TAKK   notice     that     James     Ellis,
Wasco,   Ore.,   U.   S.   A.   occupation
ant,   int etui-,   tu   apply   tor   permissic
purchase   tlie   following   described   lunds;     | Nation   Rn"  und  marked  "W.   11.   II.,   N.
Commencing at a post plained 16 miles W, corner" Idence south 80 chains; ihemv;^
east ot tht head on the north tmiik of ' east 80 chains; llience north 80 chains; aJa
Nation River and marked "J. K., S. K. thence west following meanderings ol the Am
corifir" llience north 80 chains; thence j river upstream to point ol commence j
west 80 chains; thence sonlh So chains; ment containing 640 acres more or less.
ihcnce east  following  the meanderlngs of 1 Sept.30. WAI.TKR U. HENDERSON,
rner down-stream  to point ol  commence-|   August 3rd.,  iyn.
ment,  containing 640 aires more or  less.
Sep.30. JAMKS  KI.US.
August ist.,  iyn.
Occidental
Hotel
QUESNEL L<
B.C.
1
JOHN  STK-lCIIA-i.
loll.
CASSIAR  LAND DISTKICT.
Of The I'eaee kiver I.aml District.
l'KACK RIVEH l.ANI) DISTKICT.
District   ol   Carihoo.
that Willinm John Hayter
1.,.occuiiation Engineer, in-
o purchase
CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peace Kiver I.anil District.
TAKK notice     that   William     II. Clem- I
cut  of   Slocan    II.   C,    occupalion    mine ;
owner, intends to apply for perniission to ' _
purchase  the  following  ilescrilieil   l.uuls:       |\~
Commencin};   at   a  post  planted   14  miles   (^
TAKE
of Scatll
Wa
lencement,    coiitum
M.KY  MURDOFF.
Jy.32.
Hard
Joih.
ANNIE JKWKU,.
1911.
the folio
Comiiie
miles no.
; the 22 mile
Cash
l.ANI) DISTKICT.
It     I,   Mill el   Ciinc!
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that I, Ailnlinc MacGillvray, of Picton, Ontario, occupation
married, intends 10 applv Ior permission
to purchase lhe lollowiiij. descriheil lands:
soutli   and   I   mile   west   of   the   South-east
Commencinf  nt   :,  posi   . anted   1  mile
...rnrr ,.[  the II.  C,  Government   Reserve,
marked A. M.'s -V.   .. corner; thence south   .,
80  chains:   thence  west  80 chains;   llience   t
norlli .so chaitis: thence east Ko cliains to   f_,|lowiujr (Inscribed 1
point ..[    commencement,    containing 640      Commencin., nt n
W. Mourned Poli.
ol the Pence  Hiver at  the mouth
Creek;   thence  uorth  80  chains;   lhence ens
80   chains;   thence soutli   80  cliains;   thenc
west 80 chains to point .,1 coinmenccme.it
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.10. WILLIAM JOHN HAYTER.
March, 8.   191..    James  Pettrv.  agent.
TAKK  notice  that   Kl.uizo  D.  Copeland,
of   Slocan,   B.   C.   occupation   mine-owner,
intenils   to   .1...   v   tor  permission   lo purch- 1 east of the head on  lhe south hank of the
ase  the  following  described  lands: I Nation  River and marked  "W.   II.  _.,  ti.
Commenc.ng al a post planted 14 miles K- corner" theuce soulh 80 chains; thence
east ol the head on the north bank of wesl 80 chains; llience norlh 80 chains;
Nation River and marked "li. C. 1)., S. i Hmuce east following the ineanderings ol
W. corner" tbence north 80 cliains; thence the river down siream to point ol coin-
east 80 chains; theme soulh 80 chnins; ineiicemcHt, containing 640 acres mole .
tbence west lollowing tlie meuiulerings of 1 less,
rivec up-stream to point „f coiiinieiiceineiit   Sept.30. WILLIAM II. CLEMENT.
        ,.    conlaining 640 ucres more or less. 1    August 2nd., 1911.
Sep.30. KI.0NZ0 D. COPKLAND.      I  "  	
>ed  lam
post planted about 51
ut 13 miles west from
t established on Hie K. N.
Most modern up-to-date hotel in tlie interior of British
Columbia.
New four-storey building.   Accommodation for 120 guests
All outside rooms—large, well-lighted and ventilated.
Steam heated.
RATES $2.00 PER DAY UP
Weekly and monthly rates on application
Wire for rooms Wire for rooms
August   1st.,   1911.
CASSIAR  I.AND DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
TAKK  notice that I, James I.aidlow, ol   ^,
Vancouver,   H.   C.   occupation   Hook-beeper,   \
!    TAKE   notice   that   Margaret   Copeland, : '"tm'}'    ", "''l^' 'M  >'"" ,s,s'      l0 '""*-
of Slocan, II. C. o_eupatio„ married woman   ". °» fol Owing described lands.
: intends to  npply for permission  10 purch-:    Commencing  a. a  post planted  13 miles
ase  the lollowing described   lauds: «*•_  °'   "le   h"\A "' /".'"i" ,K,V,"   "2  \\"
Conimencing   at a   posl   planted   14  miles [ nor,h   l"',,lk   ,""1   marked   J. A.   1..,   S.   E.
' Se-!e__,  of  the  head   on    the   north   bank  „I   corner; thence north 80 chains; tbence west
80 chains;   thence south   80  chains;   thencc
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
Jv.
March 30th.
ADAUNE MacGILLVRAY.
1911.
MABEL CAMERON.
.March
PEACE RIVER  I.ANIl UISTRICT
D  tr  I ..f Cariboo.
IKE   ' .1   •■   lhal   I,   Ar
■.r permi-.s:
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice tli.it  I. John MacGillvray,
.1   Picton, Ontario,  occupation  gentleman,
' iniends to applv [or permission to purch-
Jones,  ol.nsc the Inlluwiiig described lands:-
Commencing at a post "'anted I mile
,11th and 7 miles west ..I the South east
.rner of the B. C. Government Reserve,
arki-il J. M.'s S. W corner; llience north
80   chains;   llience  cast   80  chains;;   thence   ley
PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTRICT
Districl   of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that  Harrv Entitle,   Wash.,   occunation   Farmer,   intends | Nation' River'a'nd  marked  "M.  C, S.  E.
pply   lor  permission   to  purchase  the   corner"   tbence    north     80   chains;   thence:""   following   the   river   down-stream
wesl   80   clmins;   thence   south   80   chains; . I*""'    °'    commencement,    containing 040
anted about 53   _mc  eaJ,   [-Uowing   the  meanderings  ol   'lcrM '""" "J.1""     .    I1Iri.nu.
miles  north   and  about   .3   miles  west   „I   the   -iveI   d_w„.sl«£_   u,   p_|a.   „| Sc«„n.   Sep.30. JAMKS A. I.AIDLOW.
.1 , ",   ,1' o"r'  1 * .""'.e°"  "!. ,i,X'   mencement,  containing   640  Lcres   more or I    A"K«»l ,st' "*"■  j$
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank   if,, k /
"I the Pence  River at the month  of Cash   -    ' '  J
Creek;   llience  solltll 80 chains;   thelice west
80  chains;   tbence   nortii   80  chains:   tbence
east 80 chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.10. HARRV KNGLE.
Mnrrh^ 8.   I9it.   Jamas Peltr-   agent.
the river down-stream to point ol com- .
mencement, containing 640 acres more or :
less.
Sep.30. MARGARET COPKLAND
August  1st.,  1311.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTKICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land District.
KODAKS
ntleman,  in
to purchase
1   mile
I  Van.
ics.rve,   south 80 chains;  thence west 88 chains to   ried woman,   inteiuls to apply for pcrmi.
"lb   point   of    commencement,   containing  640  sionto  purchas.  the     following   described
Jv.
March 301I1.,   1911.
JOHN MacGILLVRAY,
M
ARTHIK JUNKS,
i.n.
PEACE KIVKR  I.ANII DISTRICT.
District of Caril   a
TAKK notice   ih.it   I.   1   in    ,   Way
.51  of   lhe   head   on   the' south   bank
Nation   Kiver  and  marked   "L. C.   I..,  N.
PEACE RIVKR LANH DISTRICT.        , W' ,c"n,cr','  'lle"M ,S""U| 8o U'"'"s; thenM
.       . .- east  80  chains;     llience  norlh   80  chains;
uislncl 01 car o. thence west following the meanderings of
TAKIC notice   that  I,    Ktiie Jones, ol   river up-stream to point of commencement,
Los Angeles, Call., occupation unmarried, Containing 640 acres more or less,
intend lo apply lor permission lo purchase Sckt.30.     l.l'CILK COUNTESS I.UTLEV
t)|    the   following   described lands:- August 2nd.,  1911.
TAKE notice that Arthur A.  Burton, ot
Burton City, B. C.  occupation farmer, in-
tends to apply for permission fo purchase
....... ,,   .   - ,    _  ,,      ,   the following described lands:
TAKE   notice   that   George   A.   C.gll,   of      Commencing  at a  post  planted  IJ  miles1
Vnncouver,   I.   C.   occupation   Broker,   in- ] e.sl „, the he.„, „„, j mjjM ,mMl oi the . V^
tends to apply lor permission to purchuse   .„,,„,   ,)ank  „(  Nali,m   Rjver  „,,,,  __t,t,i , 2_t
the   following  described   lauds: | „A   A   B    s   w   corner"  thence east Bo   A
Commencing _al^ a post planted 26 miles   c|,ains.   thence    north    80    chains;   thence   Ji
west 80 chailis; thence soutli 80 chains to I.
point of commencement, contuining 640 : ^fl
acres more or less. _S
Sep.30. ARTHUR A.  BURTON. \^
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTRICT.
(II The Peace Kiver Land Dislrict.
TAKE  notice   that   I.ucile   Countess  Litter,  B.  C.  occupation mar- I east ol  the "head ~on"t.,_""nortii  bank' "of
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
S'ation   River  and   marked    'O.   A. G.,   S.
K. Cfirncr"   thencc north   Ho chains;   ihenee
.        . "I west  80  chains;    tliencc  south  80  chains;
«»»««n*t a^ a_pMt planted  2fi miles | t}iencc  eilsl   [()u<,winK  the   meanderinns   0f
river down-stream to point of commence-
Au(;ust ,^rd., 1911.
ment, containing 640 acres more ur l___.
Sept.30. GEORGE A. GAM,.
August ist., 1911.
Peace River Lund Dist. - Dist. oT Cariboo.
ing   at   a   post   nlanted   1   mile
ith and  7 miles west ul the South-east
ner oi tlie B.  C. Government Reserve,
rked K. J 's N. E- corner; thenee south     TAKK Il0tice lllJ(l ChftS  Gordoj] SlUart
thence   west   80  chains;   thence   of Vancouver, ti, C. occupation gentlemwi
C'ASSI\R   LAND  DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land Dislrict.
CASSIAR  LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land District.
CLARENCE WAV.
pi \n-; RivEfi land nisTwrr.
i^   Li a i.f Cariboo
'•H n '. •■ that !, Frank Cameron,
PEACK RIVER LAN!) DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  I,   Minnie Harris, of   illl(_ containing <u<
.li
;lU-i
1'
.\i_
. __  more
I Winnipeg,   Manitoba,  occupation  spinster,  Sept.30,      CHAR-LES GORDON STUART
ntends  to apply  for  permission   to pitrcli-      August   ist.,   1911,
ise  lhe  following described lands:- ,.,,..,.'	
Commencin"   at   a   post   planted   I   mile CASSIAR   LAND  DISTRICT,
ion til   and   j   mile   west   of  the   Southeast' Of The Peace Kiver Land District.
1.rner  u[  ihe ti.   C. government   reset
easl   ol   lhe   head   on   the   south   Link   of
[Nation   River  and  marked   "C,   II.   L.   N.
j E.  corner"   ihcnce south 80 chains;   thenee
west   80   chains:   thence    north   80   chains;
thence   east   fullowing   lhe   meanderings   of
W. corner"   tlicnce north 80 chains;  thence I riv"   ^-"Wain   tu   point   of   commence.
enst   Hn   _•__-_.__«<   rlmtifn    _ ..11.   Hn   «i. ;.,..    'utnl. containing 640 acres more or less.
ilZ.'ZrZl.ZlZiZZrZ-Z I »<!'»■ B& HAYUUN  LU TLI-V
iver up-stream to point of commencement
r less,
irin bo chains; tbence east  80 chains  io   mteh(is to &1" iy for 0^^011 "ta pure
'int   ol   commencement,   containing 6.(0  ,iSe tjie following described lands:
*?J i-rnv   „.vm-_. Commencing at  a  pust  planted   26 miles I
>,."■ ,        !'im'' JONES. east   of   the   head   on   the   north   bank   of
''  '■■•   ■"'■     '■" iNntion   River and  marked  "C.   G.  S„  S.
tlicnce north 80 chains; thence i
TAKE   notice     that   Arthur     Mason,   of
Edmonton   Alia.,   occupation   Dentist,   in- :^
tends to apply  for permission  to  purchase    i
the   following   described   lands:- *A
Commencing at  a  post   planted   \\ miles   ^,
TAKE notice that   Cecil  Ilaydon  Lutley, : of the most southerly  point uf Swan Lake \\
u( Vancuuver, li. C. occupation farmer, 111- ! llience    east   80    cliains;   thence   south   80 \f^
tends to apply   for   permission   to purchase , thence   west   80    chains;   thence     north   80
the following descrihed  lands: chaius.
Cummencing   at  a   pust   plnnted  26 miles I Jy.i.      ________ ARTHUR  MASON.
■J   tl:     - "-"■*■
We have
secured the
exclusive
apr/ency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
August 2nd., iy11.
CASSIAR  l.ANU  UISTRICT.
til The Peace River Laud District.
.irhi-.l M. H.'s S. VI. crner; Uunce mirth
chains;   thence   east   .0   cliains;   thence
uth Ko chains:  thence  west  80 chains tn
int of   commencement,    containing  640
TAKE notice that  IIuKn Kraser, ol Slocan   B.   C.  occupation   blacksmith,   intends
'ihv    of   lu  al'.'y   'or  I'ctmisnioii   to   purchase   lhe
.1 S   S    '""I'^'ii'l! described Inuds:
Just Drop In and Let Us Show You.
Kememb_r we pny special attention to
mail oriler.s.
I
I
I
icnt
.1 So chains l.
containing  6|.
Jv...
'.March .9U1.
MINNIE  HARRIS.
19.1.
. K CAMERON.
LAXD UlbTKIi
Cl
ih...
I. Cl
l'KACK RIVKR LAM) DISTRICT.
District ol Carihoo.
TAKK notice that I, Edward Vance, ol
I Picton,   Ontario,   occupation    fanner, in.
! tends tu apply for iiermission lu purchaso
the foltowiii|> descrihed lands:-
Commencing at a nost . lanted 1 mile
south uud 1 mile west ol the South-east
...rner ol the H. C. Government Reserve,
111.irke.I E. V.'s S. E. curncr; llience north
1.1 chains; llience west Hu chuins; thence
-..ulh Ko chains; llience east Ko chains lu
point   ol   commencement,   containing 640
TAKK   imtice   llial    William   Kel
Sh,can, u. c. uciuii.iticn Captain ol ...... ,       , ,
biocnn, intends to upply for permission to I   Cora«>enclno nt a pust planted 24 milt,
purchase the followim; described lands'      'easl "' tl,c '";1"1 "" so"lh ,wnk "' Nati""
Commencing at a post planlcl .., miles S*K ""J J!""^'1 ','"■ V" ?• E' c"r""'"
casl   of   the   head    on   the   ninth   hank   ul ! l]'e"CC   S"U"'   8"   chi'ms'     thl!"M   WMt   8»
Rner and marked  "\V.   K    S   \V  i chains; thencc nurth 80 chains; thence east
' '   fulluwing    meanderings     ol    river    down
stream to point   ol commencement, enures liu.e ur less.
HUGH KRASER.
marked "W. K., S. W
corner" thence north Ko chains; thence
east   Ho   chains;   thence     south   80   chailis;
thence west, luliuwing ihe meanderings i.l  o""'"« Mo
river up strenm to puint of commencement . •^I'1-."'
containing _;n acres mure ur less,
Sep.30. WILLIAM  KKRHV.
August  1st.,  1911,
August 2nd., Ulo
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
OI The Peace River Land District.
Iv 22.
March  ..oil,
EDWARD VANCE.
1911,
CIIARLKS CAMERON.
19.I.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND UISTRICT.
District ..( Caribi 0
.it   I.   Charles   MacGill
pit
PEACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Carihuu.
TAKK    nutiee     that   11.   I..   Murdufl,    I
Prince Rupert, 11. C. occupation gen.-em.t
ntends   lo  apply for  iiermission   to purch-
'ollowing descrihed land.
CASSIAR   I.ANII  UISTRICT.
01 The Place Rlvcr Land Dislriel.
TAKK notice that Grace Kerl.y, ol Slo
cm, H. C. occupalion married woman, intends to apply iur permission to purchase
thefollowing described  lands:
Cumin: ncing at a pust planted 24 111 i 1-_
enat   ol   the  head  on   the  imrth   hunk  ul
Nation  Rner and  marked   "G.  K.,  S.  E. , ,      , , .    .      ,
curner" thencc nurth 80 cliains; thence '.*' 8o cllata,i tl"!"t'' ""rtl1 8" d"""5;
west 80 chains thence suulh Bu chains lllenM wrat lollowini: the iiKanileringa ol
theme  east,   luliuwing  meanderlngs of the I river «l>->trcam to point of comineiiceineiil
TAKIC nntiee that Harry Lee uf Slocan,
fi. C, occupaiioii miner, iniends lu apply
(ur permissiun lu purcliase the fulluwing
deserihed lands:
j Commencing at a pust planted 24 miles
! east ul the head oa the south hank ul
Nation River and marked "II. 1,., N. W.
curner"   thence      suuth   8a   chains;   llience
 TUC 	
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON STS.
LOYAL & DAVIS,  Props.
Smokers' supplies
a specialty
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
4 JOHN A. FRASER f(
A Front Street, QUESNEL, B. C. K
Ci
lhe   lu
ih"
I ..inuii-iu ui).' at a p.i.st planled 1 Inllc
■•11I1 nm! i Inilcs west of the South cast
rmr ..I the II. C. Government Reserve
urked C. M.'s ti. K. corner: llience soutli
. chains    llict ce  wesl  H„ chains:   Uieuce
r'h   80  chains;   llenic  e.ist   Ku  ehains   to
dm  "I    co. encement,   containing  640
1 J2. CIIARLKS MacGILLVRAY.
M.ir.h .tutli,,  .911.
ulh
.Iy.2_
river down-stream to point 01 comin.iice-
ment. Containing 640 ucres inure or less.
Sept.30. CRACK K1R11Y.
August   1st.,   1911.
CASSIAR  LAND DISTRICT,
mencing nl a  post planted 2 milcs m .„,. jte_e i(ivcr j ,im| u___t_-i_;t.
and I mile west uf the South-east .r\_.i.. . , .1 . . .1 „ ,- 1, ,
ol the II. C. Government Reserve, _,rAK\.""V™ that Arthur 11. Gould, of
I   II.   1.   M.'s  N.   W.  curner;   thence   f'"f™j "' L   ocnilMtmn miner, Infolds to
Ki,   ,1 ,s;     thence   east   80  c s;   ""'''    ,'".r   ffi M »»'° , l"  l"'Kl"»se ""1  iul"
c  north    Bo chains:   ihcnce  west   Ku  ZZiZZoZynnl planted 22 mile,
is   lu    point   ul   coinluencemcnl,   con-   _,,t   „,   Ule Khea(1   ,„',   ,_   n„rtl,   ,,a]lk   u,
•'     '" Nation   River and  marked  "A.  B.  G.,  S.
W.  curlier"  thence nurth 80 ehains:   theuce
east   80   chains;   thence   .suuth   Ku   chains
II.   L.   MURDOKK,
Land Hist   - Dist. ul Cnrili	
PEACE KIVKK '..AND UISTRICT.
Districl ol Cnrlhoo.
TAKK   nuiice   that   I,   G.ur.c   Lnsee,   of
Picton, Ontario, occupation Clerk, Intends
1.. apply lur Iiermission to purcliase the
luliuwing descrihed lands:.
Commencing at a post nlanted 1 mile
sunth nnd s miles wesl ol the Smith east
curner ul the R. C, Government Reserve,
marked G. L.'s S. W. curner; thencc nnrlh
Ku ihains; Ihen..- e.isl 8,1 eliains; Ihcnce
smith 81, chains,   theme west Kn eliains to
point   ul   commencement,   containing 6.|u
•        1   in. : II.' , ' 11.   ne 1 -Ti ri. 1 IJ        w.        * .i.l un, ■*■ ' 1 , p ,
...   .. west lulh.wing the meanderings of '!""" ™st tolh.wing the meanderlngs ol
that   Arthur   Walker,   ol   riier up stream 1 .int uf culiiineiiceiiiejit, '. <o" down stream  to  point ol commence.
, .. ,  11 1 1 . t . , ...     .  I..f-L       ml..Ii.lt .     . * 4 '       ,...1,1        r.,,iiloiiiiTln    hill    in ruu     lllikfii    ,..'      i.ne
Un
Peace Ki
TAKK
Edmonton, Alta., nccupatiun clerk   iniends   c-„ta|,1.!1. 640 „-«_ more 0r less.
to apply /or permission  to  purchase the   K   , 3„ ARTIU'R II. GOCLD.
lollowing described lands!. .   Xni.u.si 1st    1011.
Commencing ,,t a pust  planted 2, miles!—---- '    '	
suulh   of   the     must   southerly   corner  ol . CASSIAR   LANI) DISTRICT.
Swan  Lake;  thence enst Ko chains;  thence 01 The Peace River Land District
suuth   Ko   chains;     llience   west   80   chailis;       T_Vi,-   „ n,.„   ,1,,,    ir..,,.   11 _-i.       1
Iheuce nurth 80 chains. L™»r      that   Harry   I aliilery,   of
■'      "    C.  0cc11pat11.11   larmer,   inteiuls
cuntaining 640 acres mure ur  les:
Sept.30. HARRY   LEE.
August   2nd.,   inn.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land Dislrict.
TAKK notice Unit Murke Brown, of Slocan, B. C. occupation [nriuer, intends tu
apply fur permission to purchase the folluwiug descrihed  lands:
Commencing at 0 post plnnled 22 milcs
east ol the head 011 the smith hunk ul
Nation River and marked "M. B., N. E.
turner" thence smith 60 chailis; llience
wesl  80  eluiins;   theuce    north   80  chains;
Jy...
ARTHUR  WALKER.
TAKK   1
Slocan,   U,
to   apply   lur   perinissiun   tu   purchase  the
fulluwing described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted 22 miles
eaal ol the head on the north bnnk of
Nation River mnl marked 'II. C, S. E.
corner", thenee     nurth   80   chains;    theuee
.Iv.22.
March ....tl.
GEORGE i.ASKK,
I'm.
PEACE RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ul Carihuu.
TAKE   imtice   that   I,   Gladys   S.   Culll-
er.ai,   uf   Victoria,   B.   C.   occupation   1111
married,  intends in apply for permission        t 8o c|  ,        ,,,.„..       ,,, go .,„.,
r'u,','..       , ■     . ''f","'''1 la".,s|-  thenc. ensl, luliuwing the meandering. 0
c„„„„.,ci,g at „  post ..United 2 miles    ,      ,i„w„ stream to point „f commence-
southand I  mile west  ol  the  Suutheast   „,.„.    con_Mn„  6.,u _ns  „„,„ „.  |M!,
Sep,3u. HARRY PENDERY,
August ist.,  ion.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cnrlhoo.
TAKE notice that I, E.liin Way, of
Picton, Ontario, occupution mnrried woman
intern's t,. applv lur permission to purchase the following  descriheil  lands:-
pust  ntmitcil  1  iiiile j Edmonton, "Ait
rner ol  the B.  C. Guvernmeiit  Reserve,
marked   G.   S.   C.'s   N.   K.   curner;   theuee ,
suuth   81,   chains;   llience   west   80   eliuins; I	
thence     nurlh     Ko   chains;   thence  east   80.
chaius     lu   point   ol   commencement,   cou" CASSIAR  LANI) DISTRICT.
-i.iniiiH 6_i» nixes. Ot Tho Peace River ..unci District.
Jy.22 GLADYS 8. CAMEttOK.     I   TAKI-   notice Hint Cliarlos A.  McKerc-
Mnrcli itst. 1911, haiin,  ->f Stayner,  Ont.   o«H)iation  mer-
tnent, cuntaining h4" acres more or less.
J-_.jpt.30. MAUKK HROWN.
August and.,1611,
CASSIAR   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Oi The Peace River l(ilii(i District.
TAKli notice that John W. Crow,
ni Slocatl) B. C, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purcliuse
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 22 milcs
east uf the tiead on the south hank of
Nation River and ti.uri.ed "J. W. C, N.
Vi. corner" thence South Bo chains; thence
east 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains;
thence wept up stream following thc meandering of river tu point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or kss.
Sept.30. JOHN  W.   CROW.
August  2nd.  1911.
McGaghran
Thorne
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., South Fort George
CIGAKS AND TOBACCOS
r_f>5*_v>w>v
WP5^PW*>2_.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY
Scad far a folder
Stages
Scad for a folder
OPERATING
Autos     Steamboats |
From Ashcroft to Fort George, and all points in
the northern interior of British Columbia, carrying
the Royal Mail, passengers and fast freight.
The Palatial Steamer B.X. Awaits the Arrival of the Company's Stages
Head;Offlce:;Ashcroft, B.C.
Frultrrit -im.iirn-<l|l.ii_L-iii..r ul s,.la
r!.i'k wil) b. ),ri.ui|itly f,„ w;ir,li-l.
r',.rl (li.irKo, H.C. Victoria. B.O.
F. I'. Ilunl-n. MKr. K. C. (Irei'ii, M«r.
N-_K.il. ll.C., A. II. Oroon, MKr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Engineers, Doniinian £ B. C. Und Surveyors
Survoyi «f Lands, Min.'n, Tiiwnniu-i., Timber
Limit p. Etc.
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
Operators of Steamers oo the Fraser, Nechaco and   IgEl^^offi
bo carefully .ri»nnp«r_tH. to tlio
point of doHtination.
Stuart Rivers Manufacturers of Lumber
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber for Sale
" Bone Dry Lumber in the Yards "
Phone: One-One    Mouldings
South Fort George
CHAS. E. McF.I.UOY
li.'i.i ri.l Miuiiiuor.
CASSIAS I.ANli DISTttlCT.
01 The I'-uc. Itiver l,,ilul Districl.
I'eaee lllver Umi Di.t. - Dial. „l Cariboo,   purchaae  tlie following' -.scribed  Inuila:
TAKI',   notice     Hint   ICIwaril   Home,   of I     ~ mencing   at  a  pnsl   planted   :o miles
.      ,  ,   cenpalloli en-iii.er,  in-   east   r,l   tlie   head   <m   the   mirth Itank   of
, 1  11,. r   r ,',.,!'',i '    ! ?    ( lV" . !," "I'l'l-V,r"r i»rm-ssi„ii .,, purchase   Nation   Kiver  and   marked   "C.   A.  McK.,
.     1   .■       •   ^   .'■      . V lll,e. 1"1I"WI"I! 'lesvrihed  I, ,:- S.   W.   corner"   thence     nnrlh   80  chains;
mnrked Is. \v. s S. h. corner; thence nurtli I    Commeiicltii
TAKK     notice  tlmt    Knljdi  Oillatt  of
chant,   IntendB* to  npply   [or  nermlHlon  to I Slocan   li.   C.   occupation   mill   owner,   In
apply for permission  to purchase the fol
So .hnins; tlipiicc wert 80 clmhu.; llience
Nfiitli Ko chnins: tliencc cast Ko cliains to
point of t'oiiiiiicncfiiii'iit, caiita'ning 6.10
acres.
.Iv?*. ISDWA WAY.
Marcli 30t.l1., iyn.
post plnnted % of a tlicnce cnst 80 chains; thence south 80
mile soutii from tlie most southerly point chains; tnence west tollowillg the meanser-
ol Swan l.nkv thence south 80 cliains; itlgs of river npstream to point of coin-
tlience wesl 80 chains; Uienee north 80 inencement, containiiiL' 6.10 acres more or
chains;   thencc  eust  80  chains. I less.
Jy.i. EDWARD  HORNft, Sep.30. CHA1U.RS A. McKACHAKlN.
March   j;,   iyn.       Albert Tate,  agent.     ' August   1st.,   1911.
thc following described land!
Coinmencing at a post planted 14 miles
eust of llie head 011 thc south bank of
Nation River and marked "R, 0., N. W.
corner" tlicnce south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; ihcnce nortli 80 chains;
llience following the meundcrings of river
up stream (0 point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less,
Seiit.Ao. RALPH CIU.i'.TT.
August and,,  1911,
Won Kee
WASHING ANU
IRONING   -   -
Fresh Bread
Quesnel, B.C.
lu llie
NECHACO
Pre-emptions
lnr__h.il salmon river and
LUtdlCU   Close (0 Fort George
N.C. JORGENSEN South Ft.Geo.ge
Wy fltCfl Siili..|fiii-'i.,ii).iiiir-
Repairing   ______
C. H. DAVIK
Hem! nrtirli-H by mail to Kort Qoorgo, H.C.
Fort George
Drug Co.
lions *
Specially
This is season-   i •   . !..• _
able weather for UmeJUICe
A IniKU sUK'k of which Is ulwttya on hand,
DniRs, Chemicals, Putfint Modlelnos,
MnuHzbius, iloi.k-i, Slationiiry,
^
oilut Articles,' Uniimlsta' Sundries
Bronger & Flynn
BUILDERSAND
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
executed
OFFICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fort George OCTOBER 7, 1911
PEACE RIVEH LAN" DISTWCX,
District .,[ Cnrihoo.
TAKE IIOLiCfl tiiat .Tcs.iu IIi-_s, of V
miivcr, U. -I-'- o-clip-lloii spinster, Into
i„ ;ii.i>ly I"' pexinlBslou to purclmsu
fulluwlnjc d-tcdliod lnnds:
""       *■-•■-    ■  - posl iilnnttd ■■'	
j isli Columbia nnil b miles south of the Pel
i Willow Hiver nnd inarkod"E. ll., K. li.
comer"  tliencc   nnrth Hn   cliains;  tlienco
' west   «.i   clialllBi   llience    m.ntll   Ho  clialnn.
thenco.oast Ha chnlni
i iu
tt.it,
I"
i ol COI
more
le wtst
of the
castcn
Hindi
iry <
■1 lirit
Ihl
hiu nm
1 8 mih
is _•
mih
ul 1
lie Red
\\ 1
.low H
iver nn
il   marl
icd
"J.
II.,
N.   Vi,
•ner"   I
hciiiw
•.outh
8o
elm
ins;
tiience
CUI
it «o
chains
tlicnce
in
.rth
-80
chains
III'
.nee west Ho cl
lailis ll
i th
C  |)0
int 0
1   COltt-
ncemetr
L,  uud
contain
ing
640
acret
> more
Mi,
-'.inl
ERNEST BLUE.
i'Jii. W. II. Ilnrrlsoi
THE   HERALD
ugt
Sept.9. JESSIE HICKS.
'March 23rtl., 19"- W. H. Harrison, ogt.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Carihoo.
TAKIC notice    thut Charles    Alexander
Kni-lliiy,  of  Vancouver,  I).  C.  occupation
H-tillciiian, intends to apply for perm ission
*, purchase the foliuwing descriiicd lands:
Commencing   at   a  post   planted   ahout   I
mile west of tlic eastern boundary ol Brit
ish Columbia and 8 miles south of the Red
Wilh'W River und marked "C, A. F., S. \V.
corner" thencu north Bo chains; llience
,.,isl 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
tliains; thencc west 80 chuins to poinl of
commencement 1  und conlaining 640 acres,
""cHARLES* ALEXANDER FINDLAY.
March 23rd.,   iyn.   H\ II.  Hurrison,   agt.
l'KACK RIVKR LAM) D_...K1L.\
District of Curiboo,
TAKK notice that Frank Morgan Brcs-
sey, of Vuncouver, B. C. occupution gentleman, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the -following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about I
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 8 miles south of the Red
Willow River und marked "F. M. B., N.
]<',. corner" thence south 80 chuins; thencc
west 80 chains; llience north 80 chains;
theuce east 80 chains to the point of commencement and contuining 640 acres more
or less.
Sp. .:. 1 FRANK MORGAN DRKSSKYw
March 23rd.,   1911,   Vi. II.  Hurrison,  ngt.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet  (Jf Curiboo.
TAKK notice that Kdith 0. Crossin, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchase
lhe following described binds:
Comnieneing ut u post planted nliout I
miles wcsl of the ens Urn boundary of British Columbia uud 8 miles south of the lied
Willow River, and murked "K. G. C, S.
K. coruer" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
theuce east 80 chnius to point of coilin_.cn-
cemaiit, containing 640 acres mote or less-
Sent.9. EDITH  G, CROSSIN'.
Murch 23rd.,  i'.n. W. II. Harrison, agl.
PKACE RIVER UND Ul.._RiLi.
District of Curiboo.
TAKK notice    thut Cyrus    Moultaii, of
j Vancouver, B. C. occupation gardener, in-
- tends i'i apply lor permission to purchase
I the following described lauds:
I     Commencing   at  a  post   piunted   about  3
miles west of the eastern boundary ol Brit-
; ish Columbia nud 1% miles south of the ked
I Willow River uud marked "C. M., N. K.
j corner" thence south 80 chuins; thence west
I 80 chains; thence north 80 chains1; tbencc
! east 80 chuius to poiut ol commencement,
' conlaining f.40 acres more or less.
Sept-9. CYRUS .MOULTAN.
I   March   18th.,  1911.    Vf. ll. Harrison, agl.
PEACH RIVKR   I.AXD DISTRICT.
Districl  ol Cariboo.
TAKIC  notice that  KM en Omar,  of Van-
couver,   II.   C.   occupation spinster,   intends
to   apply   for   iiermission   to   purchase   the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about ,
miles west of tbe eastern boundary oi British Columbia and ijj miles north oi the Ked
Willow River und marked "K. 0., S. Vf,
corner, thence north 80 chains; theuce east
80 cliains; thenct south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to the uoint ai commencement corftainlng 640 acres more or less.
Sept. o. KI.I.KN OMAR.
March  l8lh.h  1911.    \V. II,  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ol Cariboo.
TAKI-  notice that Elmer Omar, of Vancouver,   B.   C,  occupalion  butcher,  intends
to   apply   for   permission   lo   purchase   the,
following described lands:
Coinmencing   at   a   post   planted   ab'ail   _
miles west of the eastern houndury of Urit-
ish Columbia and 1% miles north of the Ked
Willow River and marked "R. 0., S. E.
corner" thencc north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thonce east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Scpl.9. ELMER OMAR.
March   181I1.,   roil.    W. II.  Harrison, agt.
PEACEdRIVKR UND DISTRICT
TAKK  notice  lhat    .fames''n „,i,
Vancouver,   B.   C.    ocennut   u   i,
lends  lo   apply   lur  ,1,1 „,,, .„„',\'   ""
the following  described  land!
Cominei.cag at a posi „ia'nted .,,,
miles west of lhe eastern boundary ol
ish Columbia and _■'/. mileB a.-...., ... _i._
Willow River uad marl.
coruer" thencc south
cast 80 chains; thence iioiili 8ii 1
thence wesl 80 chuins to the point o
mencement cuiilaiuing 640 acrei rat
less.
Sept.9. JAMKS BOUCHER,
March 22nd.,  1911. W.   ll.  Hurrison
ti..
Hra
Red
to apply* for permission  to purchase the
lollowing described  lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west of tlic eastern boundary of British Columbia and \% miles south ol the Red
Willow Kiier and marked"A. C, N. W.
corner" thence south So chains; thence east
Ho ihains; 1 hence norlli 80 cliains; theuee
west 80 chains ta the point of commence
id   containing   640   ucres   more   or
nboi
PEACE RIVKR LAND
District of C
TAKK    notice   that     He:
Vuncouver, B. C. occupatioi
to   npply   for   permission   t
following described   lands:
Commencing at a post p
miles west of lhe eastern hi
ish Columbia nud 2'', miles _
Willuw River and marked
comer" tiience north 80
wesl 80 chains; thence so
thence east 80 chains to
mencement,  containing 640
JI STRICT.
ry   Henloii
clerk, inl
:oll
«l!
r
cm
,1
s
less.
Sepl.9.
March, 18th.
ANDREW COOK,
iyn.   W.  H.   Ilarrismi,
agt.
ntidury of Brit-
mill <>f the Ked
II. B., S. K.
chains; thence
Uh 80 chains;
point of com-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKI'   notice  that  Frank Bond, of Vuncouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends to
apply  for  perniission   to pdrehase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted uboul 5
miles west ol the eastern hoiimlurv ol Brit-
1 ish Columbia and 2 miles south of thi' Red
I Willow River and marded "F. B., S. E.
! corner" theuce north 80 chains; thence
j west 80 chains; tlicnce sonlh 80 chaius;
thenee east So chains to the point of coin-
> lll_.ncon.ent,  containing .640 acres more   or
; Sept.9.
,   March
25th,
FRANK   BOND.
1911, Vi.  II. Harrison,
agt,
Sepl.9.
March  321.(1..
19II
HENRY
Vi.  II.
BENTON.
Harrison,
■gt.
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTKICT,
of Cariboo.
Vancouve TAKK nolice that Mabel A.
Serimes, of Vancouver, 11. C. occupalion
stenographer, Intends lo apply for permis
sion to purchase the follow,ng descriheil
lands:
oiiitnencing al a post planled about 3
_s west of the'eastern boundary ol British Columbia and 3X miles north ol the Red
Willow Kiver end marked "M, A. S, N.
K. corner" Ihcnce south 80 chains; theuce
wesl 80 chuins; thencc norlh 80 chains;
theuce cast 80 chains lo the point oT commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept. 9. MABEL A.  SCKIMKS.
Murch   17U1,,   1911.   Vi-   H,  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTKICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKK notice that James Beveridge, of
Vancouver, B.   C, occupation    agent, intends  to  anply ior  iiermission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted ubout 3
miles west 01 lhe eastern boundary of British Columbia and J£-mfle south of thc Red
Willow Kiver and marked" J. B., N. W.
corner" thencc south 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chuins; thence north 80 chains;
theme west 80 chains' to lhe point of commencement   containing   640   acres   more   or
PEACE RIVKR I.AN'D DISTRICT.
Dislrict  ol Curibou.
TAKI.   notice   that   Hercules   Decolt,   0
Vuncouver,   IJ.   C.    occupation     clerk,   in
tends to applv for permission to purchas
the following described lands:
Commencing   at   a  post   planted   about
west of the eastern boundary of Bril
ish C
Willow   R
less.
PKACE RIVKR   LAND DISTKICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice   thai   William  Grundy,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   Gentleman,
intends  to applv for  permission   to purch- •
use the following described lands: j
Commencing  ut   a  post  piunted   about   1 | g    j
111 ile west ol the enstern boundary of Bril- \ '
i<.li Columbia and 2 miles north of the Red
Willow  River   und   marked   "W.   G.  N.   K. j
orner"   thence     south   80  chains;   tbence
west   80   chuins;    thence   north   80   chuius; 1
thence east 80 cbuins to fhe point of cum- !
mencement,  contuining  640 acres  more or
mbl
ind 4 mile
and   mil' 1
uth
st 80 chains
it,   cni.L.iiiini
 if the Ked
I   "H.   B.,   S.   E.
_    chains;   thence
south    80 chains;
if coin-
more   or
nt
_______HKi.cn,p:s brcott.
March  22nd.,   1911.  W.   II.  Harrison,  ag'
■pl. 9-
Mai
14th.
WILLIAM ORUNDV.
1911-    W. H. Harrison, agt.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Jesso uf Vnncuiiver, B. C. occupation painter, intends
to apply for permission tu purchase the
lullowing described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted about 1
mile west oi lhe eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2 miles north of the Ked
Willow River aud marked "C. J., S. K.
turner" thence north 80 ehains; theiue
west 80 chains; Ihcnce south Ko chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commen
(.incnuotitaiuing   640  acres morc or  less,
Sept. 9. CHARLES JESSO.
March   17th.,   1911,   W.   11. Harrison,  agt.
l'KACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
•  District of ..ariboo.
TAKE notice that Marv Chalmers, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation spinster, Intends to apply for permission to purcliase
the lullowing described  lands:
Commencing  at  a post  planted  about  1 1
mile west of the eastern boundary 1
ish Columbia and 2 miles north ol
Willow River and  marked "M. C,
turner"   thence    nnrlh   80   chains;
ust   80   chains;   theuce   smith   80
thonce west 8u chains to the point of com*
mencement   containing  64a  acres  more  or
Sept   9. MARV CHALMERS.
M-irih i;th., 1911, Vi.  II. Harrison, agt.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet   of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William A. Ryrie, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation accountant,
Intends to applv Ior permission to purch
use lhe  lollowing   described   lands:
Coinmencing nl n post plantvd about 1
mile west of the eastern boundary of Bril
ish Columbia and 2 miles north of the Hvil
Willow River and marked "W. A. R. ,N,
W. comer'1 thence south 80 chains; thenee
east Ho chains; thence north 80 chains;
thenoe west 80 chains to point ol com
inencement, containing 640 acres more or
PEACE RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribon.
TAKK notice that Fred Bullcrwort, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation salesman, intends to applv for permission to purchase
the  following'described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about I
mile west oi the eastern Ift.umbirv of British Columbia and 4 miles SOUth of the Red
Willow Ribcr and marked "F, B., N. K.
comer" 'thence south 80 chain**; tbencc
west 80 chaius; thence north 80 chains;
Iheuce east 80 chains to the point of com
mencement, containing 640 acres more ui
less.
Sept.9. FRED  DCTTKRWOKT.
March 22nd.,  1911. W.  II. Harrison, agt
l'KACK RIVEK   LANI) DISTKICT.
Distriet of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that A. Lenora Glgucre,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation stenographer, intends to apply lor permission to
purchase   the  follow ng  described   lands:
Coinmencing at u post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and _% miles north 01 the Red
Willow River and markci "A. L. G.., S.
W. Corner" thence north 80 chains; theuce
east 80 chains; thence south Ko chains;
thencc west 80 chains to the point ol commencement  containing  640  acres  mop;  or
Sept...
..Inrcli   20th.,
JAMKS BEVERIDOB.
1911. W. If.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE KIVKK. LANI) DISTKICT.
District ul Cariboo.
TAKK notice Unit William T_lf„ril, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation agent, in-
lends ti] apply inr permission to purchase
the following descrihet] lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted about 3
miles west of the eusterii boundary ..I llrit-
ish Columbia and J_-mile smith of the Red
Willow  Kner and marked  "W. T., S. E.
the
Sent.  9. A.
March 17th., 1911.
I.KNUKA OIOUERE.
VY.  II. Harrison, agt.
west  8n chains
Iheuce east 80 c
lu-'iiiemelit   enul
less.
Sept.9.
March 20th
orth
/hence
-0 eliains; thence
; solltll 80 chuins;
, the po'n't of com-
640  acres  more  or
WILLIAM TELFORD.
1911, w. H. Harrison, agt.
PEACH RIVKR LAM) DISTRICT.
Distiict  ,,I  Cariboo.
TAKK   nolice   that      Katie   Martin,   of
Vnncouver, U. C. occupaitfon stenographer,
intends to  npplv   for  permission   lo  pe
use the following described Inmls:
Commencing nt a post plnnted nbout 3
miles west of llie eastern boundnry of Brit-
Ish Columbia and V, miles nnrlh of the Red
Willow River and marked "K. M., S. K.
corner" tlicnce north 80 chains; thence
west 80 cliains; theuce solltll 80 ciinius;
theiue east 80 chuins to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribon.
TAKK notice that Perry Gordon, of Vancouver, fl. C, occupation salesman, intends
to   apply   lor  permission   to  purchase  the
[ollowing described lauds;
Com!
,nl,-:
at
plantei
the
about 3
of Hrit-
I the Red
N.   E.
tliencc
n
Sept.9-
March  17th.
KATIE MARTIN.
1911. W.   II. Hurrison,
agt.
if Belt
lie Red
S.   W.
thenco
chnins;
PEACE RIVKR  LAM) DISiRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Robinson, of
Vancouver, ti. C. occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about I
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia aud 4 chuins north of lhe Red
Willow River, and marked"W, R., S. W.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
eust So chains; theuce South 80 chuins:
thence west Ko chains It. the point ol
commeucemenl, conlaining (140 acres more
or  less.
Sent. 0.
Marcli ifith.
WIUIAM ROBINSON.
1011. Vf, II. Harrison, a
PEACE RIVER I.AN'D DISTRICT.
District   ol  Cariboo.
TAKI. notice that William Klemiiiij, of
Vancouver, II. C. occupation Merchant, intends to apnlv for nermission to purchase
the (ollowing described lands:
Commencing  at   a post   planted   about
PKACK RIVEK I.AND DISTKICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice 1h.1t Uew S. Davison, oi
Vancouver, B. C. occupation   stenographer,
inteiuls to apply  for jiermission  to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2% miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "I.. S. D., N.
W. corner" theuce south So chaius; llience
east Bo chains; thencc north 80 chains;
thence west 80 tbains to the point ol commencement, containing 648 ucres more or
less.
Sept.  9. I.I.KW  S. DAVISON,
March  17th.,  1011. W.   II. Harrison, agt.
t  80
PKACK HIVICR  I.AXD DISTRICT.
District  ol Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that   James   Drysdale,   of
Vancouver,  II.   C.  occupation  salvsiii,;ii,   intends to apply for permission   to purchase l
the following described lands: I ihenee
Commencing at a pusi  planted about 3   mencet
miles west ol the eastern boundary of Brit- | '■-'•ss-
5X miles north ol the Red ] ^pt.u
I   markeiPJ.   D.   ,S.
u boundary
isli  Columbia and  % mile soutii □
Willow   River  and  murked   "P.   G
corner"   thence   south     80   chains:
west  80   chains;   Iheuce     north   80  chains
theuce  east     80  chains     to   the   point   of
commencement containing 640 acres more
or less.
Sept.9. PERRY GORDON.
March   aoth.,  1911.   W.  II.   Harrison, agt.
~   PKACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Vincent Armitabe, of
VancoUveTj B, C. occupation laborer, intends to apply for permissioa to purchasi.
the following described lands:
Commencing al a jiost planted about _
miles wesl of the eastern boundary ol British Columbia aud !ymile south ol the Red
Willow River and marked "V. A., S. W.
eolnt.r" thence north 80 chains; thencc east
80 chains: thencc soulh 80 chains; thence
wesl 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Sept. 9. VINCENT ARMITAC.K,
March   20th.,   1011.  Vi.  II.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici of Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat Mary Ruth Crossin,
of Vancouver, II. C. occupation spinster,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post  planted about 3
miles west oi  the eastern  boundary of British Columbia and 6', miles south of the Red
Willow  River and  marked   "M.  R.   C,  N.
Vi, corner"   iheuce south 80 cbains;  thence
thence      north  80 chains;
hains to the point of containing  640 acres more or
PKACK RIVKR I.AN'D DISTRICT.'
Distriet of Cariboo.
TAKIC lioticc that Albert Anderson, oi
Vuncouver, 11. C. oeeiipntion salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the   following   described   lands:
Commencing ut a post planted ubout 3
miles wesl ol the eastern boundnry of British Columbia and _'. mites south of the Red
Willow River and marked "A. A., S. W.
corner" theuce north 80 chains; thencc
easl 80 chains; thence south 80 chuins;
tbence west 80 chains to the point of commencement , containing 640 acres more or
ress.
Scpt.9. ALBERT  ANDERSON.
March  22nd.,   1911.  W.   II.  Harrison, agt,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
District of Carilioo.
TAKIC notice that Edward Radley, nl
Vancouver, B. C, occunation carpenter, intends to applv for permission to- purcliase
the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia aud 2% miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "E. R., N. IC.
corner" thence soutii 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence cast 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. EDWARD RADLEY,
March  22nd,,   1911.  W.   II.  Harrison, agt.
PAGE THREE.
Commtncing at a post planted ahout 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4% miles south of thc Red
Willow River and marked "P. R., S. E-
curncr" thence north 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chuins; thence south 80 chains;
theuce east 80 chaius lo thc poiut of commencement containing 640 ucres more or
less.
Scpt.gf PETER   RAYNOLDS.
Murch _t4lh.,   19"'-  W.   II.   Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT. .
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   thai   Michael   Sanders,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   accountant,
intends  to   apply  for jiermission  to purchase the  following described  lands:
Commencing   at  a  post  planled   about 5
miles west, of the eastern boundary of Brit
ish Columbia and 2 miles south of tin- Red
Willow River and marked "M. S., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; tbence norlh 80 chains;
llience east 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. MICHAEL SANDERS.
March 25th.,  1911. Vf.  H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT,
District ol Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Mary Cameron, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation stenographer
intends to apply for jiermission to purchase  the  following  descrilied  lands:
Commencing nt a post planted about 4
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia aud 4 mlles north nf the Red
Willow River nud marked "M. C, S. E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 ch a,11s; thence South 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to lhe point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sent.9. MARY  CAMERON.
Marcli  17th.,  1911. W.  H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Margaret Munro, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation stenographer,
intends  to apply ior permission   to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 4
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia .nd 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "M. M., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 cbains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Sent.9. MARGARET MUNRO.
March  17th.,  1911. W.   II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Clarence Nichols, of
Vancouver, 11. C. occupation accountant,
iniends to apply for permission to purchase the fallowing  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west ol the eastern boundary of British Columbia nnd 2 milcs north of the Red
Willow River and marked "C. N., S. E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains lo tbe point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Scnt.9. CLARENCE NICHOLS.
March 21st., 1911.   W. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT. .
District of Cariboo.
TAKE natice that Seath Griffith of Vancouver, B. C. occupation laborer, intends
to apply for iiermission lo purchase the
following  described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
mites west of tbe eastern boundary ol British Columbia und 2 miles south ol the Red
Willow River and marked "S. G., N, W.
corner" Ihcnce south 80 chains; theuce
east 80 chains-; thencc north 80 chains;
t:)icii'f. west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
Sept. 9. SEATH GRIFFITH,
less.
March  25th.,   1911. Vi.   II.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Jacob Henderson, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation joiner, intends
to upply for iiermission to purchase tht
following   described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west ol the eastern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia and 1% miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "J. H., S. E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west o chains; theuce south 80 chuins;
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more _>_
less.
bept.9. MICHAEL GREY..
Maxell 26th.,  1911.  W.  H.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Elbe Mable Parent,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation spinster,
intends to apply for dcrinission to purchuse the following described l.ni'lr.:
Commencing at a post planted about ■■'■
miles west of the eastern boundary oi British Columbia and 5 miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "E. M. P., N.
W. corner" tin.nee smith 80 chains; theuce
east 80 chains; thence norlh 80 chains;
thence west 80 ohains to thc poiot of commencement, containiug 640 acres more or
lesa.
Sept.9- EFFIE MABLE PARENT.
March 25th.,  1911. W.  H. Harrison, agt.
Ri'
1111
st of ih
sh Chimin
Sept.  9.
I   Marcli   181 li.
1 boundary of Brit.
and 4 chains north of the Red
and marked "W. F. N. W.
e south 80 chains; theuce
is; theme north 80 chains:
1 chains to the point of Com-
uiiimnig  640  acres  more  or
WILLIAM FLEMING.
1911.  W.  II,   Harrison,  agt.
March
WILLIAM W.  RYRIE.
i?th., 1911. Vi.  n. Harrison.
ugt.
l'KACK RIVER LAND DISTR
District  of Cariboo.
TAKP. notice that Alfred Omar,
couver,  11.  Ci  occupation  seaman,
" -ipply  for permission to purcl:
W'uwinp described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
"me west ol the eastern boundary
•J" Columbia and 2 miles north
willow  River and   marked  "A,
corner     thencc    south   80  chain
east   80  chains;   thence     north
Hence west 80 chains %o the poi
nencement  containing  041
bout   1
.f Brit.
f tin- Red
0., N. W.
s;    theuce
80   chains;
lit    Of   Colli
PEACE RIVER LAND IMMRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Roy Whldden, of
Vancouver, U, C. occupalion clerk, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted about I
mile west of the eastern boundary <>f British Columbia aud 4 chains north of the Red
Willow River anil marked "R. Vi., S. IC.
corner" thence north 80 cliains; thence
west 80 chains; tllCIICC south 80 chains;
tbence east 80 chains to the paint ol commencement,  containing 640 acres  more or
Sept. 9.
ROY WHIDDEN.
March- 18th., 1911. W. II. Harris
agt.
Sept    9
Maul,
IKth..
^^^^^Rcres   tno
ALFRED OMAR.
1911. W. II. Harrison,
ngl.
PEACE RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
„IAK«    notice     that    George   Om,.r,   of
ftncouver,   B.   C.   occupation   seaman,   in
«h* r 11   a|>1,|y, tor iwwiwloii lo purchase
l''. '"''"wing described   binds:
'"inneiieing  ut   n  post   planted   about   i
^.^toi ,he eastern l-'undurv (,f Iiu,
Slli    '"H™ "mI 3 MUM south Of the Red
"mow   R1vcr   ami   marked   "tl.   t).   S.   E.
w.!W__   U,.e,,ce    mirtl1   8o    rl,llillK;   Dtetice
. "   80   chains;    Iheuce   south   80   chains;
*   «Mt    80   chuius   to   tbe    point   o
'""inieuceinciit,   —-■^■^■■■■■^■^■^^
nr less,
Sent. 9
contuining 640 acres mon
M<
GEOROE OMAR.
IY|' 'oth,. 1911. w. 11. Hi
rnson,  ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
'^KIC notice  tl.ut   Wallace Lindsay Tuf-
'V pl Vancouver. B. C, occupation ugent
u.Ti!    ".."l^'y   fl,r  permission   to purch-
»'• lollowing described lands
"""'lencing at  a  post  plnnled  about   1
lib r 1      1   tlie unsU'r" hoimdnry of Brit.
Will™   Si'8 limi a mllca ,,nrl» of lire Red
uiow kjVw .)lt(I mBr](Q(| oW   I(   T    N
-conicr     thcilCO  south  80 chains;   Ihenee
,;1   Ho   chains;   thence   north   80   chains'
J_____ff*_A!».«».il»N«ri
contnining c.|o acres mote or
Sp,
March1 18th.
WAUACIS tWDSAY TUTO.kv
'.11. W. II. Uarrlswi,
«t.
PEACB RIVKR land DISTSIcr
District of Cnrilinn.
IAKK notice   that Willinm    Omar,  „!
iSZ' ' ' C,' ""'"l'"<i"" awlUMr. In
1|„. ',   ,    "'W  '"r I'crmissicin to lillrclinsi-
"' 10 lowlnK (lescribed lamia:
«i-°S'C'?«,ttt " l'"sl  I'1'"""'! »!»•"  1
i.li i' 1    ,'    "' ''""''"' Iwuiidary "f llril
Wlllni Si '" "'"' J mil™ s"1"1' "' llw  Hcil
corS. , ver ""(l ""irk'''1 "*' °'i S. »'
j-"?. '"race m.rtli Sn elm Ins; ilirmc ensl
"wi 5!,",;, V"'"™ i""11' R" eluln-i thenco
in",, ,   ".''!" '<• ll»' potiil of cnmnmii.
™iitnliilti|r &jq ncrea more or less.
Sent.
Marcli
WII.I.IAM (1MAK.
'"In, ")". w. II. Harrlara
"Rl.
TAKI.
EACBj RIV|.;H WN„ ut8TRICT
Iiislriet nf Cnrilinn.
Oliver Va" ""'l Kr"™1 '"i". "I Van-
10 nili.lv' r      """!""'"" "'"Iiorcr, iutemls
"Iply Inr
.,,',,?.'.!..''. Mrll,C'l '"mis:
nnrelnisc   the
,™»«KI*H at a.|„,st ,,l„nl.,l nl,,
' Wat ,,f i|,
ie cnslcrn linnnilnry n| tlrlt-
PEACH RIVER l.ANU DISTRICT.
District nf Cnrilinn,
TAKK notice that Erncal S. Wii.crs, of
Vnncouver, II. C. occupation broker, in-
tcmls I., apply for permlaalon to purclinsc
the tollowliiR deacrlbed Inmls:
Commencing at a post plnnt-d nboul i
mile wcsl ol the cistern boundnry ol llril.
isli Columbia and 4 chaina north of tlie Red
Willow River und marked "I'i. S. W., ti.
_, corner" thence soulh Ho chaina; thencc
west   Hn   cli.lins;   Uieuce     Imrtli   80   cbuins;
llience e.isl 80 eliuins to the point ol com-
mencement, containing 640 ncres more or
less.
Sepl... ERNEST S. WITHERS.
Murch 18II1., mu. W, II. Harrison; ag'.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict nf Cnriboo.
TAKK notice ihnt Reginald Dartor, ol
Vancouver, IJ. C, occupation gentleman, in
tcmls to npplv for permission  to purclmse
the following ilescribed Inmls:
Commencing at n posl plnnted nbuut I
iiiile west ol the ensiern boundnry of Urit
isli Collllilbln nnd 6 milcs solltll ol Ibe Red
Willow River und mnrked "It. B., N. W.
comer" llience south 80 chains! tbencc cusl
80 chnins; thence liortll 80 chuins; tliencc
west  811 Vilnius  to  polllt  ol co!lttllcucctl.--k.
containing 640 ncres more or less.
Scpt.9. Kl-GINA!,!)   BARTER,
Mnrcli ..lnl.,   mil.  W. II.  Hurrison,  urI.
ish Co
Willow
corner1     	
enst 80 chnins; tl
thencc west 80 ch.
mcmemetil,  contain
rth
nee
nh   80
ng 640
Sept. 9. JAMKS  DKVSII.M.i:.
Mnrch  l.slh.,  1911.    W.  11.  llnrrisun, ,1
PKACK RIVKK l.ANI) IIIMKICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that  Elmer C. Robinson
of Vnliconvcr, fl. C. occupation gentleman
intends to npplv b.r permission to purch
use the   -ollowlng  ilescribed  binds:
Commencing at a post planted ubout ;
miles west ol the ensiern boundary id Itrit
isll Columbia uud S'i miles norlli ol tlic Kei
Willow River und lna-kcd"E. C. ](., S
K. corner" Ihcnce north 80 chnius; thenci
west   80   chnins;   tliencc   suulh   80   chuins
thencc   cnst
mencement,
Sept. 9.
March 15U1.
80 chain, to
ontathing t.40
ELMER C.
1911.   W. II.
Hint
of
icrea more
ROBINSON.
Hurrison, ngt.
PKACE HIVKR I.AXD DISTHICT.
Dislriel ol Curiboo.
TAKK   noiice that   John  Murdoch,
Vancouver, B. I
tends In apply
the following ill
Commencing „
miles west ol III
ish Columbia
Willow River nud 1
enrncr" Ihcnce aol
east 80 chnius; lh
thence wesl 80 chain;
meucelilelit coiil.iiuin
less.
permis*
lied  Ian
id !
niles
.irled
I!   6.0
11 teamster, in-
on to purchase
bulled about 1
 i.nv ..I llrit-
nrth ol the Red
.1.   M.,   N.   W.
chnins; Ihcnce
rth   80   chnius;
point (ll cun
ucres   mure  or
.epl.9.
Malili   IJtli.,
mn
JOHN MURDOCH.
W. 11. Harriaon,
PEACH RIVKIl LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct ol Caribuo.
TAKK imtice  ih.it  Laura   Rcgtan   Ki
lull,  ol    Vancouver,   II.    C,  occupati
spinster, 1
to j.inch,is
Ciiiiiueii,
miles west
ish C.liiml
Willow Ki'
K. comer"
west 811 c
thencu eoal
Sepl .9.
March 15II
nlv   I.f
the  f.,11..
ucnniaaioi
icribed I Is
1 nml s. miles
1  ami marked
iiiiiil.irv
orth ul
'•_, K.
bout ,t
.1 lirit
the Red
K., ti.
thence
thelice soulh 8o3	
uns;  theuce  norlh  80 chaina;
Ko chains  lo the point ill c -
containing  fi.|o  acres  more 01
LAURA RKC.INA KENDALL.
, 1911.   Vl. II. Harrison, ngt.
l'KACK. KIVKK LAND DISTKICT.
Disirici of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnl    Lctitiu   l-'onsccn, of
Vnncoitver, H. C. occupnlloil spinster, iniends to npplv for perniission  to purciuise
the following describeil landa:
Commencing nl ,1 poal planl'eil ubout 1
mile west of the enstern boundary nf flril
ish Columbia uud (1 miles sonlh of llie Ked
Willow Kiver und mnrked "L. I'"., N. E.
corner" llience solllil 80 ehnins; thencc
west 80 chnins; tbence llorlh Po chains;
thencc eust 80 chuius In the piiul of coin
elnelil,   colilnillillg   h,|n i.c.-cs   more   or
less.
Sepl.9.
I.KTITIA  lolNSKCA.
ictil .9. LEI
Marcli __.d.,  1911.  VI, 11.  Harrisun, ii|
l'KACK RIVER Io i.'D DISTRICT,
Dislrict 0! Cariboo.
TAKK  notiee    tIn e   Ralph Stevens,
Vnncouvor, 11. C. occupation gentleman, i
lends to npply for penuissi 0 durclni
lhc volluwfllg ilescrilieil Inmls:
CoiiiiiieiH jiii.
mile wesl of th
ish I'..lnml,1,1 10
Willow   Riier
corner" llielue
80   chnins:   Ihen
We
I"
Hilled   illuiut
Hilary of Bril
ulh ol the Rei
R. 8.,  S.  W
us; Ihcnce eas
________________ chains;  thenc.
sl 80 chains to the poinl ol commence
nt, containing 6ao ncres more or less.
Sept. 9 RALPH STEVENS.
March .jr. ,,  1911,  VV, 11.  Harrison, ngl
In,
d b miles si
ml  marked'
nrili 80 elm
smith 8n
PEACB RIVKR I.AND
DISTKICT.
Districl of Caul
mu.
■ nuR  notue  Hint  Crac,
I  Lee  Iiiksater
ol Winnipeg,    Man.,    occu
1 on   stcnog
rnnlier, inieiuls to apply il"
r permission n
purchoBo the following deaer
ilied Innils:
Commencing al n pusi  n
lanted iiliuut 1
miles wesl  nl  llie cistern  1 1
nindnry ol lirit
isli Columbia nnd 7. miles 1
nrili ol lhe Red
Willmv Hicer and marked
"('..   I„   I.,  S,
W. corner" llience nortli 80
chnius;  tlicnce
cut   811   clinins;   llience   so
ulli   Ko  chains.
llience wesl Ko eliuins lo tin
1 nnllll i.l cun
tucticcmcut, contnining 640
aires   Inure   ul
less.
Seul.q.           GRACE LED
; INKSATER.
Murcli 14II1.,. mil.   W. 11.
Hurrison, agl.
MARY RUTH CROSSIN.
March 23rd.,   1911.  \V. II.   Harrison,  agt.
~~ PKACK RTVBR LAND DISTR1CT7~ ~
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Alyce Phelps, ol Van-
con ver, ti. C. occupation spinster, intends
to apply tot permission to purchase the
fullowing described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west "i the eastern boundary ol British Columbia and h1, miles smith of the Red
Willow River ami marked "A. P., S. W.
corner" inence north 80 chains; thence
cast   80  chains;      thencc   south   80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. AI.VCK PHELPS.
March 23rd.,  1411. Vi. II. Harrison, agt.
PKACK 1UVKR LANI)"DISTRICT.
District ol Caribon.
TAKI-; notice that Alice Jane Webster,
of Vancouver, U. C. occupation spinster,
Intends tu apply for iiermission to purchase  tlic  folluwiug   described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ubout 3
miles west nl ihe eastern boundary of British Columbia and *>'.; miles south ol the Red
Willow River and marked "A. J. W-, N.
E< comer" thence south 80 chains; tbence
west 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains;
theuce east 80 chains to tlie point of eommencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sent.9, ALICE -TANK WEBSTER.
March ?3rd.,   lyil.   Vi. II.   Harrison,  agt.
I'EACE RIVKR"I.ANIJ DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that John II. Morrison, ol
Vancouver, It. C. occupation gentleman,
inteiuls to applv for permission to purchase   the  following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west oi the eastern boundary ol British Cnlumbia and <A miles smith nf the Red
Willow River and mnrked "J. H. M., S.
IC. Corner'' thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains: tbence south 80 chains;
Uunce east 80 chains to tlie point ol commencement aud coutnining (140 acres more
or less.
Sept.9. .KHIN H.  MORRISON.
March 23rd., 1911. W, H. Harrison, agt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK uoiice thai William John Hinch-
liil nf Edmonton, Alia-, occupation pros*
pector, intends to apply for penuissiuu to
purchuse tbe lulh'ming described lands:
Commenciiig at a po*\ planted about 3
miles wesl of lhe eastern boundary of Hril-
isli Columbia and 4% miles south Ol the Red
Willow Rner and marked "W. J. II., N.
\Vi comer" thence south 80 chains; Iheuce
east 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
llience wesi 80 chains to the point of commencement,  containing h.(o acres more  or
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas Archibald, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Coinmencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary "f British Columbia and 2 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "T. A., E. E.
comer" tbence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chnins; tbence nortii 80 chains;
tbence east 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. THOMAS  ARCHIBALD.
March 2ist.,  19H.    W.  H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Blanch Mary Wilkins,
of Vancouper, B. C. occupation spinster,
,ntends to apply for permissinn to purchase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 5 miles south of the Red
Willow River, and marked "B. M. W., N.
E- corner" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chaius; theuce north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of com-
menoement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9.        BLANCH  MARY WrILKINS.
March 25th.,   1911. W.  H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Napoleon Brown, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles sodth of thc 'Red
Willow River and marked "M. B., S. W.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; tbence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to the point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Sept.9. NAPOLEON BROWN.
March 24th.,   19n,.  W.  H.  Harrison, agt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that      David   O'Brien,   of. 	
Vancouver, B, C. occupalion cook, intends | corner"   thence   north 80
to   apply  for  permission   to   purchase  the        '
fulluwing  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
inilcs west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2 miles north of thc Red
Willow River and marked"D. 0., S. W.
corner" tlicnce north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence soutii 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Sept.9. DAVID O'BRIEN.
March 21st., 1911.    W. H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Peter Delong, of Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   accountant,   intends to apply for iiermission to purchase
the following described lands'
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of Ilrit-
isli Columbia and 4 miles south of the Red
W'llow River and marked "P. D., S. E.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ chuins; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chaius;
thencc east 80 cliains to the point of commencement, containing 640 ucres more or
less.
Sept.9- PETER DELONG.
March 24th.,   1911.   W.  11.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Coulter, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation teamster, intends to apply for permissinn to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2 miles norlh of the Red
Willow River, and marked "J. C, N. W.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thencc
cast 80 ehains; theuce north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement contaiu'og 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. JAMES COULTER.
March 21st., 19".    W. H, Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that  Alphonse Amand, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation joiner, intends
to  apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the
following  described   lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "A. A., N. W.
enmer" theuce south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains;
thence wept 80 chains to tbe point of commencement, containing 630 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. ALPHONSE AMAND.
March  20th., 1911.  W.  II.   Harrison, agt.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Clifford Caldwell, nf
Vancouver, B. C. occupntion laborer, iutemls to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands-
Commencing at a post plauted about 5
milcs west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia aud 4 miles south of the Red
Willow River aud marked "C. C„ N. E-
corner" tbence south 80 ehains; thenct
west 88 chains; thence north 80 chnius;
theuce east 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Scpt.9. CLIFFORD CALDWKLL.
March 20th., 1911.  W.  H.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Distritt ol Cnril.no.
I i-'ivd Taylor, nl V.i
TAKIC notlci
miver, H. C, 1
0 apply tor
ollowlng iIhci
Coinmencing
niles west of 1
sh Columbia ■
purclicn
Sepy.9.     WILLIAM JOHN  IIINCIIIJKF.
March  2.\l\i.,   ign.   W.   ll.   Ilarrismi, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTKICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKIC imtice that Harvey Clifton, of
Vaneouver, B. C. nccupatiun earuenler, inteiuls to applv for permission to purchase
the following'described lands:
Commencing al a pnsl planted about 3
miles west of Hie eastern U.nmlary of British  Cnlumliia and |l, miles  smilh of the Red
Will..
less,
Sent.!
the
■lib.
unit
•toll
"11
c.
mih
811
cli,
lilts;
hi'lu'i
■    in
llll
80
ins 1
0 tin
1 |ii
lim
line
l..|,i
HIT
en  I
ll.MiVHV
clit
. W
.  II.
11..
rrisi
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thence
chains;
of com-
ullcni
.i.'keb
ng   hpi
FHED TAVLOR.
,i<Mi.    W.  II.   Harris
ol llril
the Ret)
S. IC
thenci
clinlm
if urn,
«l,   agt.
Sent.9-
March
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of Cariboo.
TAKE imlice that Andrew Cook, of Van-
iiiver   ti. Ci occupation collector, intends
        agt.
PEACE RIVKH  LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici of Cnriboo.
'I'AKK      notice   that     Frank   Moure,   of
Vancouver,  It, C. .^cupation salesman, in-
tends In apply  for pvrmissimi lo purchnse
lhe following  described   lands:
Coinmencing at a post planted about 3
miles west nf lhe eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4% miles south of the Red
Willow River and mnrked"F. M., S. W.
enrner" tbencc north 80 chnins; thence east
Ko chains; thencc smith 80 chains; thence
west 811 chains to thc point of commence-
ment containing b.\o acres more or less.
Sent.9. FRANK MOORE.
March 24th,, 1911. W. IT. Harrison, agt.
PKACK HIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Vance Van Allen, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clc*k, intends
apply for permiss'on to purchase the fallowing described lands:
Commencing nt a post (ilanted nbout 5
miles west of thc eastern boundnry of British Cnlumliia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "V. V. A., S.
W. comer" tbence north 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chains; thence south 80 chuins;
thence west 80 chains to thc point of commencement   containing  640  acres  more  or
Sept,9.
March  20th.
VANCE VAN ALLEN.
1911.  W. H.   Harrison, agt.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Allen Then, of Vancouver, B, C. occupation salesman, intends
apply for permission to purchase the
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles wesl of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow 1 River und marked "A. T., S. E.
corner" thencc north 80 chains; thence
wesl 80 cliains; theuce soutii 80 chuins;
thencc east 80 chains to the point of commencement eoniuining 640 acres more or
less.
Scpt.9. ALLEN THEN.
March 20th., 1911. W. H.   Harrison, agt.
TEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKE notice    that  Peter   Raynilds,   of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation agent, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
(ollowmg descrihed lauds:
PEACE RIVER LAND UISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE    notice   that   Robert  Bucley,   of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends
to  apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the
following described  lands;
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow Riv?r and market. "R. B., N. W.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence north 80 chaius; ihenee
west 80 chaius to the point of commencement containiug 640 acres more or less.
Sent.9. ROBERT  BUCLEY,
Marcli 24th.,  1911._ W. Hi Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Carihoo.
TAKE   notice   that   Peter   Marshall,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   accountant,
intends to apply for permission  to purchase  the  following  described  lauds:
Commencin" at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary nf British Columbia and 4 miles sodth of the Red
Willow River aud marked "P. M., N. K.
corner" thence south 80 chaius tbence
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of eoiu-
mencementaud contuining 640 acres more
or less.
Sent. 9. PETER MARSHALL.
March 24U1.,   1911.  W.   H-   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE "RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE notice     that  Frederick  Bell,  of
Vancouver, B.  C. occupation clerk, intends
to   apply   fur   permissinn   to   purcliase   the
following  describeil  lauds:
Commencing at a post planted aboul 5
miles west of the eastern boundary nl Brit-
j ish Columbia and 4 chains souiii of the Red
Willow River and marked "F, B., S. W.
comer" thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; theuce South 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains tn the point of commencement contuining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. FREDERICK BELL.
March  24th.,   1911.  W.   II.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVKH LAND DISTKICT.""""
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   lh.it   John   Alfred   H.imil
ton, of Vancouver,  H.   C occupation gentleman,  intends  to applv for permission to
purchase  the   following'descrilied   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
milcs west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 cliains south o[ the Red
Willow River and marked "J. A. H,, S.
K. corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
wesl 80 chains; thence south 8u chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of ccun-
uicucement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. JOHN ALFRED HAMILTON.
Murch 24th., 1911. Vi- H. Hurrison, agt.
"" PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Kthel Hicks of Vancouver, B, C. occupalion spinster, intends
to apply for permission to purchas* ihe
following described lauds:
Commencing nt a post planted aboul >
miles west of the eastern boundary ol Iti
ish Columbia and 4 chains smith of the Red
Willow River and marked "K. II., N. W.
corner" tbence south 80 chains; tbence
east 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains;
tbence west 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. ETHEL HICKS.
March 14th.,  1911. W.  H.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice    that    William  Hicks,  of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 chains aouth of the Red
Willow River and marked ;tw. H., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; tbence
west 80 chains; thence norlh 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point ol commencement, containing 610 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. WILLIAM HICKS.
March 34th., 1911. W. II, Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Jacob Nelson, of Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation  joiner,   intends
to   apply  for  permission  to  purchase  th*
following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 1% miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "J. N., N, E.
comer" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thencc east 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres mure or
less.
Sept.9. JACOB NELSON,
March 26th.,  1911.  W.  H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKE notice that Harvey Grielmour, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation carpenter, intends to apply lor jiermission eo purchase
thc lollowing described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and .'-, miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "H. 0., S. E.
corner" tbence north 80 chains; thence
| west 80 chains; thence soutii 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to tne point of commencement enntaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. HARVEY GRIELMOUR.
-March 25th.,  1911. W-  II. Hurrison, agt._
PEACE RIVERTAnd "DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Michael Grey, af Vancouver, ti.  C. occupation  sign-painter, intends to apply for permiss'on lo purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a |>ost planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and ..'<, miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "M. G., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 cliains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. MICHAEL GREY.
March  _i5t.l1.,   1911. W.   H.  Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notiee   that   Robert Andersoo,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   laborer,   in-
t'ends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a gost planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4% miles south ol the Red
Willow River and marked "R. A.( N. E.
comer" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
theuce eust 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9- ROBERT ANDERSON^	
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Forrester, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends
to apply for permission to purchase tht
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2% miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "C. F., N. E.
corner" theuce south 80 chains; thenc*
west 80 chaius; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of com-
iiu-ii..ment containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. CHARLES FORRESTER.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice   that  Charles   Hrnneisy of
Vancouver B. C. occupation merchant, intends to apply (or permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columliia and i\ tnilM north of the Red
Willow River and marked "C. H., S E.
corner" tbencc north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thencc east 80 chaini to the point of commencement containing 740 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. CHARLES JIENNESSY^	
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT..
District of Cariboo.
TAKE    notice  that     John  Bartlett,  of
Vancouver,  B.   C.     occupation  accountant
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west of th* eastern boundary of British Columbia and Y-mile north of the Red
Willow River and marked "J. B., N. E.
corner" theuce south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence eust 80 chains to the point ol commeiicemcut containing 640 acres mor* or
less.
Sept.9. JOHN BARTLETT.
March 26th., 1911.    W. H. Harrison, ag^
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISIRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  Leonard  Mackie,   al
Winnipeg, Man.,  occupation Clerk,  intends
to   apply   for  jiermission   to   purchase   the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post plantvd about I
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "L. M., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence eust 80 chains to the point ol commencement, cuntaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sent. 9. LEONARD  MACKIE.
Marcli 15th., 1911.   W. H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribou.
TAKE notice that Geprge Henry Tacey
of Vancouver, ti. C. occupation occupation
metalworker intends to apply for perinn-
sii .1 to purcliase the following described
lands:
Cninmencing at a post planted about I
mile west ol the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "G. II. T., S.
E. corner" thence north 80 chains; thenc*
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thenee east 80 chains to point of com-
meucemeot, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept. 9. CEORGE HENRY TACEY.
March I5th., Wil,    W. H. Harriaon. agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DlbiRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Cecil Alfred Bolt, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
tbe following described lands:
Commencing at u post planted about I
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River ami marked "C. A. II, S.
W comer" thence north 80 chains; thence
eust 80 chaina; thence south So chains;
theuce west 80 chains to point of commencement, couta'tiiiig 640 acres more or less.
Sept. 9 CECIL ALFRED BOLT.
March 15th., 1911.   W. H. Harrison, agt.
PKACE RIVER LAND !)_._,.RICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Winnifred Mary Ste~
vens uf Vancouver, B. C. occupation spinster, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Coinmencing at a jiost plantvd about 1
mile west of the eastern Itoundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River, and marked "H. M. S., S.
W. Corner" Iheuce north 80 chaini; thenee
east 80 chains- thencc south 80 chains;
thence west 80 cbains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
SEP. 9- WINNIFRED MARY STEVENS.
March 22nd.,  I9"-_W-  H._Harrison, agt.
"PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.'
District of Caribou.
TAKE notice that Mace Garvey, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation joiner, intends to
apply for iiermission to purchnse the foliuwing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west ol the eastern boundary of British Cnhmib-a aud 2 miles south of thr Red
Willow River and marked "M. G., S. W.
corner" theuce north 80 chains; these*
eatt 80 chains; thenoe south So chaias;
thencc west 80 chains to the pojnt of eommencement containing 640 acres mor* or
less.
Sept.9- MACE GARVEY.
Uarcb 25th.,  1911. W.  II. Harriaon, agt.
1 Alii: J'nl'K
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THE   HERALD
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ccpec
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fr
III
BCfl   I
Inink us
il.    I    Mill
must SCO il <>i't
last dollar and I
broke in n foreig-
"June 2C, Andi
enme up Lillooet
day evening in
boat, sending tli
by a, trail, ii wn
only seven miles
il  ii
il" it
. For my
unl try I"
ible about
>\v, and 1
lakes my
i me dead
d.
Lake. We
through  and
portage of less
to Pemberton I
Made ramp in
morning buiulh
civ little steamboi
to Pemberton City
o'clock, got dinner
mi tho thirty mill
.•Vnderson Liil.
early this
and wo ar
hours for l
"June 27
the trip
bought ..(libs of flour, 18lli_
df bacon, .'Wilis of beans, 1(10
lbs in all for which we paid %l't).
The next we buy will be a dollar a pound we expect.
"August fl.     Nelson     Creek,
Cariboo. Got into the new town
of Van Winkle     on Lightning
Lake on Mon- j Creek on Saturday July 18th,
lii_ clumsy   Propisions    dear    iwnd   scarce.
Flour 81.25 a pound. Tea 83.00
Salt 85.00 for a 311- bag, nails
l?.! a pound and hardly any to
id   be had. My partners growled all
s,  the way up because 1  thought
lark,   best  to bring some nails along;
N'rvl   they wish now we had brought
rick    all'nails!   Sold   Hilly . Mule at
■.une once for 8140   and 1 found on
lividing our goods that. I had
hundred milcs badk, jover everything. The air was of
i nm ^^^^
■ mule around
i a short trip,
and we  got
rossed the I
(ban two mi
ike before da
the night
1  alio;,,'d
11    two
started
a rawness that peil.trated the
very marrow, nnd though we
were wrapped thickly in woolens, our teeth rattled in our
heads. We soon got. a little excitement, which had tin; effect
of stirring up the horses, for
the leader of the train stumbled
into a hornet's nest. The enraged yellow-jackets poured out
to light in liatallions, and in
less than a minute there wus a
wild kicking and plunging in all
directions. Collision with n
.iiso s sl.ronglioli w ill in n a
pack-train up more effectively
than anything else. The animals plunged, reared, and commenced bucking with the greatest  spirit, and,   ignoring their
K_t__t_'A_'A__U__\__
Close & Brown
South Fort George, B. C.
OCTOBER 7.1911
Lamps--
A choice variety, in-
including all the latest designs, can be
._ seen by a visit to our
S   store.   We have specialized in this line, and feel the assur-   ^
S_a^cej^jrteasjng you if lamps are the object of your quest $
_Kv_.—v—l~.~-_~<!1.—%—lz_'^"i~'A
provisions enough to last me ..   loads, started off on a spirited I
L'l'ltnie
MUM!
\\ .11
-lav-
lew
hu: lie le
27, Sealon Lain
down  Anderson
Madi
Lake
m
about  It
hurried across lh
age, less than
Hitch llie Seal,
bill found they In
I'm- lln.se win. I
ride, and she w as
mile off when w
landing. Ue sent
curses after them
trick, and campe.
till ne.vl day. Th
Indians all     aim
.nd
irt-
i    miles,  to
Lake  boat,
up
IH   pi
or (i weeks. Next day, Sunday,
we rested, and on Monday I
look blankets and grub for two
weeks, stored the rest in a cabin
at 81.00 a week, and came over
to .Nelson Creek to prospect for
diggings. First bought a licence
to mine, good for a, year, So for
that. My partners got discouraged in a day or two and went
off and 1 expect they are out of
Cariboo by this time. I went in
from Mar-
travelled
canter which quioltcnocl
('illations splendidly.
our cir-
Pages from
Talbot's Book
City Liveirj
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPRIETORS
Second St. B 	
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice.
Draying of all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
got to the
some hearty
ir the scurvy
to lie over
■e are many
^^^^^^^^^^^ the route.
They work pretty well, packing
over the portages, loading wag-
d only wailed j with two sailor boy'
ad horses to thu's Vineyard wh
i quarter of a j part of the way up with us and
came over
same time.
to   Nelson     at  the
Found    some men
boats etc., and tho squiring us bunches of grass
I. They have some cus-
dilfeivnt from Indians I
seen before. They bury
dead up in the air;
is, they build a crib and
slick it up on poles 15 to .'10
feet high, sometimes leaning it
against a large tree, and tivey
put the bodies in these. Over
and around them they hang
blankets,    kettles,
gom
totns
have
their
that
who have been prospecting on
the creek for 7 mouths, sinking
shafts (wells you would, call
them) trying   to hit   upon the
About forty miles out from
Fort (leorge we met a pioneer
in the thick of his work of development, and as his case is
typical of what one has to face
in interior British Columbia, lis experiences and results
are worth recounting. His was
a stretch of rather thickly timbered land, with trees of relatively small   girth   and  height.
(hare
some-
miles and back, over a mount
nin, deep sloppy mud nearly every foot of lhe way, ami big
logs to swaddle and climb at
every ten steps, it seems, und
sometimes two or three of them
together   at   that.    Walk over
"'''" -____m__w-mm_____-~
times a gnu. whatever belonged
lo them when alive, 1 suppose.
I hii.ve seen quite a number of
these burial places during the
last few (leys, almost always
in some place overlooking the
water. The water through the
whole country here is cold as
ice, water from the melting of
the snows from every hill. 1
went in for a swim today—one
plunge was enough.
"July Ith.. Well up on the
brigade route for Cariboo. No
holiday for us, we must keep
moving though we would lie by
and rest if the mosquitoes
would not torment us, Night
and day, at all times and all
places they swarm upon us,
millions upon millions ol all
kinds. We are all but eaten up
by them and vet    we are told .
they are worse'ahead-Cod pi.y ! eatmH lni'"' money
us!'—Came down Seaton Lakeltnev had a chance
June 27, next morning on to
Lillooet City. Here we had to
cross the Fraser Hiver. more
than quarter of a mile wide and
boiling and surging along at a
rate of 211 miles an hour. Nothing larger than a whale boat to
cross in, hitched poor mule to
the stern and away we went,
my heart in my throat through
fear of losing poor Hilly, but
we made the other shore all
safe, half a mile or so further
down. Paid 2..c(s.. apiece and a
dollar for the mule, and we
were oil' at last, free from
Bteamboe.ts and dependent only
upon ourselves and Hilly mule.
Everyday we push ahead, unci
mountains, through green valleys, along lakes and we have
come at last into a region
where we see no snowy mountains, nothing but low hills and
grassy plains and a ureal many
ponds and small lakes The day.'
deepest   part     of lhe channel, i This settler had taken over half |
where gold always settles. Tlney a section—.'120 crees—at, 4s. per
have the best looking chance on  acre. The timber was useless, so
the Creek and as they had just what he did not require for fen
rot out of money and provision i cing he simply burned to get ri<
of it. He had succeeded in clearing a few acres, which were ample for his necessities at this
time, though he was extending
his stretch of arable land in anticipation of a keener demand
for produce arising from the
coming of the Grand Trunk Pacilic construction armies. There
were one or two little lints on
M. C. WIGGINS
farm lands     Real Estate
GARDEN TRACTS
Valuations and investments made for owners and out-of-
town buyers.
Fire Insurance Agont for
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.,  British-American Assurance
Co., and the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co.
FOURTH ST.      -     -      SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
PONT   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
 n       COME TO       _______=—	
SOUTH FORT GEORCT
Investigate Our Proposition   c=
and you will find a good live town    Two banks, saw mill,
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of satisfied  buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B C , or the resident agent,
g. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South Fort George
they
with
them
week;
ollered us an equal
them   if  we would  join
and feed two of them two
.  We concluded to do so;
so here we are, hard at work,
the iwo weeks nearly up,  and
nothing certain known as yet.
I Yesterday 1 went back to Van-
j Winkle and packed over all my
l things, 70lbs, If anybody thinks
<Wm.Blair&Co.
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™.il'8.!"r'..','.._ T,!!7,1!;.^!!.!.11!'is.l,iml unt!er_5ild hay, and he \\
hud cropped .'!() tons, which he
could sell readily nt .CIO per
ton, if disposing of the whole in
bulk. Hut he refused to sell in
this manner, preferring to peddle it out in small doles to all
and sundry who required fodder
that road in the morning and ■ in this w.lv makin- ftbout 50.
stagger back with a load of 70- \ per „,„, n;orc per t()n He hiu,
lbs in the afternoon and almost a V(,|(I of oatgj somewhat thin j
any lazy man would be satisfied , it ig trlle> b„t (irst venr's sow.!
with bis days work. 1 nm af- jn„ an(i tolerably well filled in
run Cariboo will swamp ine as I th(, ear or,nsi(|(.ring that he had
it has thousands of others. ; smvn the , ri.th_r ,ule Th„
rhere arc some    few men who remainder of    hiil nf| !
are getting out gold very fast.  under mixed veeetaMe8, His on
yielding \
^
WM. KENNEDY. Marnier.
Cor. Second and Hamilton A.es., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, 6. C.
Since the Indian Reserve was
sold realty values have risen,
but our prices on the most
complete line of general merchandise in the northern interior remain unchanged.
(HEADQUARTERS^
FOR
FORT GEORGE LANDS
VOV CAN STILL BUY
ood Land at Reasonable Prices
" m»_ On Very ReaaonaMe TV rmtt. Title Perfect. "~~
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Office*: 619 to 624 Metrlpolllan Bldg., Vancouver, B.C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
South Fort George Office, Second St. Russell R. WALKER, Sales Agent
PAID-UP CAPITAL, -        -        - 91,606,000.
i.'-e very long, twilight till after 11 o'clock .unl we trave'
curly and lute, renting three or
four hours in tin' middle uf tin
day. I have suffered much w itli
my feet, but they are doing
better   now      and     my   health
otherwise would be excellent
were it mil Inr the colds I huvi
•aught whieh have settled down
to a troublesome cough.
My long spell in the printing
office made me lender, but I
think I shall soon harden lo it.
doing tn Cariboo is no play.
We expect to be twu weeks long
er yet, and the worst of tin
road comes last. We still meet
many poor fellows going back
a sorrowful looking set. Thej
all went up .00 soon and with
too little money, so that high
prices drove them back before
the weather would allow them
to prospect.
".Inly L5. Almost in tli' dig-
gins.  Dragging    ailing  day  bj
day,  wet,   tired,    hungry   and
sleepy.  I  have felt   hardly  able
to write  a full    description of
our journey as I had meant to
do at lirst. Today we draggled
along in the rain over a  miry
trail till we    got well soaked,
when we made camip for tlle afternoon  and     dried out,    hy  tt
rousing fire.   From all the ae
counts we hear from those going    back, the     prospect   is a
gloomy one, bm.   on  we go to
try   our    luck.   Provisions are
very dear. At    Williams Lake.
Some few    claims are
as high as 150tbs a week, report
says more, but the great majority are getting   nothing, most
of the crowd in fact, l.ave been
driven back by _he high prices,
up   before
_________________________     to Oy for
diggings. 1 have almost a wind
to go back to California, if I
linci nothing where we now ure,
butl hate to give up while there
is yet a chance, however slight.
1 lime still about 84 <10 left out
of 8613 that I had on leaving
Suisan and I can manage to
.tand it here for the balance of
the season and have enough left
to pay my way back to California and there begin anew.
not a pleasant prospect, but
I suppose I shall have to stand
it. However, if 1 stay here I
shall not fail through lack of
trying.
British    Columbia,   like   the
homeland, is able to point to
some strange vagaries in regard
(o    weather;   it   can provide a
| taste of the four seasons within
I the space of twenty-four hours,
j is we found    out to our cost.
I We had been travelling all day
ier mixed vegetables,
ions, potatoes, cabbages, lettuces, carrots, and so forth were
very finely matured and healthy
the summer frosts having done
no serious damage to his crops.
HOUSE TO   KENT, 2 rooms,
until March 1st., next. 810. per ■
month—Apply this office.
GENI
RAI- REPAIRING at W.
T. Halm. Shoes, harness, Gents
clothing cleaned and pressed.
Japanese oil painting on glass.
_W7t ____._.   Nechaco
__P ■ bl^    River water-
JL  \WM,     frontage
_^       „ Within one
BalA  mileofsub-
_^M_f_\ IT" divisions
9****'*^'       Apply to
N H WESLEY, Second street
Sunday enshrouded in u damp
raw mist, reminiscent of Scotland, and when we reached the
I'.edllesti Meadows, about three
o'clock in the afternoon, we decided to call a halt; we pitched
■amp in a torrential downpour, j
for a thunderstorm broke over
is as we entered the little flat.
Ue toiled valiantly waist high
n the dense, reeking bush sear- ,
thing (or   tent    poles anil firo-
.vood until the feet were iliuner-
led in water,   which filled our
loot-tops aiid saturated us to :
• he skin. As we partook of the'
(elated midday meal with coat
lollars up-turned mnd the rain j
louring   down     pitilessly,   we j
.vere   an abject looking group;
but when   the   storm    luvl ex- i
ponded its fury   we built up a |
huge   lire,   and   standing  first :
with our backs to the blaze to i
Iry one half of our clothes, and
then with our faces to dry the
other half, we were able to sit
lown to sup|«T little the worse j
'or our experience, It is aston- j
shing what the human eonstit- j
ition will   stand, for   not the ]
.lightest cold is ever contracted i
on the trail by turning oneself
into  a clothes-horse     before a
blazing     lire,   with   clouds  of
steani rising from the soddened
attire drying on your frame.
Tike next morning we started
off ubout half past six. The
.'round was white with frost,
and a dismal damp veil hung
Fort George Brick Co.
We are now prepared
to accept orders for
brick and lime. Also
to job by contract.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jorgensen & Knox
Proprietors
Laselleave., Soulh Fort Georg.
FINE JOB WORK
AT THE HERALD
|  1886 |      kutlt Exceed Fifty Million Dollari      |  1910 |
The Bank of British North America
Your money Is safer in tbe Bank tban In your house or In your
pocket. It Is not tied up. You can net. 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.
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Head Office:
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
11 I IU! 0 T 0 II S
It.   I1.   McL-nnnn,   Eh(|.,   l'r__i_.iit:   M.--
Lennan,   McFcely ft Co..   Wliol-.ai.
H_r_w_r.. Vim.ouv.r,  ll.C.
M.   II.   CAIU.I-,   Eiq.,   Vi-.-I'i.-l_.iil,
C;tj,lt_li_l, Vli'torln, B.C.
Ills IIONIIIl T. W.  PATBRS0N.  I.icu-
'..imnt-Oov.riior  Hi it r- h  rnluniliin.
I.. W. KIIAT-IUtD.  K«i):  M.I..A..  M.-r-
-bant, ll-ill.y, B.C.
W. II. MAI.KIN, But.- Tlie W.  II. Mnl-
kin Co.,    I.nt..    Whole-ale  fl.--.i_,
Vancouver, B.C.
VANCOUVER, R. C.
$1,000,000
I  Hubert Kennedy,    New Westminster.
1 .1. A.  MI'rrilKI.I,,    ESiq..   0-Plt-lllt,
i     Vietotln. B. 0.
K   II. HEAPS, I-*»i|.. K. II. limp. 4
Co..   Lumber   nnil   Timl,-r;   l'r.ll_i>nt
Columbia   Trnm  Co..  Ltd..    Vftti-oii-
ver, n. c
! J- A.  HARVEY,   l-'.«|..  K.C.  lorni-rl-
I    ol Crnniirook. B.C.. Vaneouver, B.C.
A. L. DEWAR, Oi-nrml Manager.
GENERAL HANKING IIUSINIBSITUANSACTED
Fort George Branch; F. N. DEWAR. Manager.
Districts of
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley and Stoney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
(Juvcrnnient land (or pttrcliuue
umi pre-emption located,
For full  partunlurs npply to
Edward Roberts
Siilos Anent. Notary Public.
Insurance Ai:cnt, Auctlon_.r
Valuator.
Offices:
South Fort George and Fort George
T. Ii-itrniiliic address:
"Erin," Port Oeorge, B.0.
Central Fort
George Lots
30 p.c. below
List Prices
The following lots arc offered for sale by their owner at
prices far below the list valuations, as compiled by the Natural
Resources Security Company:
Lots 13, 14, 23 and 24, in block 183, Central Fort George; $1100
for the four.   This is half the price quoted by the townsite
company for lots in the same block.
Inside lots in block 92 are quoted by the townsite company at
$300 each.   We hnve for sale in this block Lots No. 2, 3,
12 and 13.   We offer them at $175 each.
Double corner in block 92, lots 29 and 30 going for $450.
Apply to
N. H. WESLEY
Agent for owner
South Fort George, B.C.
RUSSELL PEDL'N
W. F. COOKE
The
HORIHERN LUMBER CO.
GENERAL MERCHANTS
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed
LUMBER
We are consistent in our
prices and the stock is
new in our big Second St.
Store
Our lumber is dry and
must be used to make
building resist the frost
oi winter
Store, Oflice and Lumber Yard, South Fort George
P. G. 13. BODEKER
Land Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Fk.iuati.h Si:hmt..i>.
gore & McGregor,
B. C, LAND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort George, B, C.
TO GET IN ON THE GROUND
FLOOR BUY NOW.
Every ground floor has its limitations. After all its space is
occupied it's up to you to climb the stairs.
Don't climb the stairs for profitable investment in real-
estate here. Get in before it is too late.
The G. T. P. have bought the Indian Reserve. Fort George will be
the big inland city of the road.
Come to me.   I'll help you buy.   Write for acreage
N.H.WESLEY
V
■mI filiate Spccfolli.
South rortCMrjPu

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