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 FORT GEORGE H
..»w38i iu19'
ALD
)L. I.   No. 23.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., JANUARY 21, 1911.
$3 per Annum'.
idians Send Delegate to
Ottawa to Negotiate a Sale
In December 8 the Indians of Fort George were offered the
!0f $68,000 by the federal government, through Dr. John
Lgall,' their commissioner, for the reservation comprising
acres. Several small emoluments, such as the payment
Fthe transfer of their buildings to the Goose river reserva-
.. (at present sparsely tenanted), and the granting of a
yhiteman's franchise," which grants the right to pre-empt
id, were also included in the offer.
fTlie offer was neither accepted nor rejected, though a vote
[ken on the matter of surrendering their rights carried by
no of a majority. They simply asked for time to consider the
aestion. This being the first instance in which they were ever
.proached on such a subject, the pro rata distribution of the
ind among them was a stumbling block. A good many held
the opinion that the head of each family should receive the
jual proportion of. the mongy. This view was upheld by In-
jlans with small families and others without direct kin. They
[aimed that families comprising eight or ten members, would
Bceive an undue proportion of the money, and they wanted
ich family to share alike. In turn, the others believed that
lich individual member of the band, including children, should
lare and share alike. v
This ununanimous view allowed matters to drop for a month,
sd only resumed on the arrival of Father Bellot, from Stuart
ike, last week. The arrival of the priest led the Indians to
jain taking up the subject, with the result of their willing-
.ss to surrender their equity in the reservation for a figure in
lecess of that offered them by the Indian agent. Suiting ac-
jn to words they deputed Father Bellot their agent in the
jbposed negotiations and instructed him to go to Ottawa and
Iy before the Indian department their willingness to surrender and likewise stipulate the price at which they are willing
part with their land. The offer, though not confirmed, is
Iredibly believed to be $100 per acre. No mention whatever is
made of any proposed reservations of any burial grounds, etc.
This point was never touched on by the Indians at any time in
their discussion of the sale.
Father Bellot leaves for Ottawa Monday morning and expects to be back in South Fort George in about a month.
few York Pas 1,250,000 Jews
The number of Jews living in Greater New York in 1905 was
Bomething like 700,000. According to reliable statistics there
are now 1,125,000 within that city. This means a population
exceeding the total number of inhabitants of any one city of
the world excepting London. Paris, Berlin, St. Petersburg. Tokyo, Vienna, Philadelphia and Chicago.
Pacific Monthly on the District
six lines of railroads are planning to
focus at Fort George. Some of them
are already hard at work, surveying
routes and others have already secured ample capital.
"The Port George country is a
wonderful game and fish country.
Moose, cariboo, deer, bear, geese,
swans, ducks, wildfowl, trout, sturgeon, salmon, whitefisb — all are in
plentiful quantity. There are many
fur-bearing animals and literally
hundreds of thousands of beaver,
which the government wisely has
protected and allowed the Indians to
kill only for food during certain seasons of the year.
CLIMATE IS MILD
"As to the climate, I was surprised that it was not more severe in
the winter, because on the road between Ashcroft and Soda Creek I
was told that there coldest day there
often sent the mercury down to 60
below. At Fort George, which has
an elevation of 1880 feet, I saw authentic records showing that tho
thermometer seldom fell below zero,
the hottest days in summer rarely
registered higher than 90 degrees.
The snow fall is light and there are
no high winds or storms, and, to
judge by the character of the vegnta-
tion the rainfall must be pretty well
distributed through the growing season,
"All kinds of grain and hay are
grown bountifully in the Fort
George country, but chiefly oats, timothy and clover, because the markets for such as wheat, barley, rye
and buckwheat arc too remote to be
reached profitably at this time. It
is estimated that for the next live
years, beginning next spring, 25,000
men will lie employed on tbe great
railroad construction now under way
in that region, with an estimated
payroll of $100,000 daily."
A Born
Transportation Man
ir
''intik Cnrleton Teck,  in the Paci-
Monthly of   October, writes "The
nth about Port George," and sev-
Bl oi Ms passages are quoted here-
Ith.
I^urt George, Central British Coll-in, is the prospective midway
lb-ion mid headquarter- of the G.
JI'. Hallway now under construe-
In toward it, in the Cascades to
Btward and in the Rocky Moun-
Ins about an equal distance east-
Ird. Fort George is about 317
lies to 3.0 miles north from Ash-
oft, according to the routes you
te from Soda Creek to Quesnel and
in there to Fort George. One
Bvcls either by stage or automo-
h' over the famous Cariboo road
>m Ashcroft to Soda Creek, 167
lies. Soda Creek is the southern
rinnius of the Fraser river naviga-
"". but aside from a pigeon house
P-tofflcc nnd a small frontier tav-
. il has little morc than nothing
sight, not even a store.
I'j "tn Kort George one may enjoy
''"'"I steamboat service 150 miles
indlng slowly up the lordly Fraser,
ihose shimmering flood rolls along
1 on' rate of eight or ten miles an
our.
JO BECOME INLAND CENTER
"Whatever the agricultural re-
mrcca of the district surrounding
"it Ccorge may be, it is beyond a
«ion that it will become an im-
-rtant inland city for other and
"ltp suiilclent reasons. It will
-Ubtless be the central divisional
'"-quarters (or the Grand Trunk
ai'ii'i' between the Cascades and the
Zy Mountains.
'Other railroads have their eye
1 '"ut George and are planning to
111,1 toward it as a natural strate-
'•ommorcial center of British Co-
m'»ii - inland empire.    Altogether,
INDIANS AND LIQUOR.
rw" white men who had lately ar-
1,1 in the Duncan district, Van-
"ver Island, to work on rallwny
i-truction, have been arrested for
"I'iylng liquor to Indians and both
■tenced to four months in jail and
""'■ o' $3000 each, with the option
8l* additional months.
Years ago there lived and worked
on the Fraser river, between Quesnel and Giscombe Portage a born
transportation man. This man was
twelve-foot Davis. He derived this
name in the Williams' creek diggings
through having discovered and staked a twelve-foot fraction that ran
one thousand dollars to the foot.
Today, amongst us, at Port George,
may be noticed an old bent Indian,
whiskered and decent-looking and
who by every moral right should be
chief of his tribe, antl would be, did
be long for worldly .honors. This was
twelve-foot Davis' right-hand man
whom he trusted for yours to steer
his boats in perilous places. Probably a man who knows more about
steering with a sweep or paddle than
any living man on the mighty Peace
and Fraser rivers and their tributaries. An old Hudson's Bay Co. engage and tripper from time immeaho-
rial, with the honor of that honorable company deep in his soul, he
is regarded by men of the north who
know him, as a white man and the
greatest judge of swift water imaginable.
During the unrest in the Northwest
and Manitoba during the Reil rebellion the' Hudson's Bay Co. shipped
flour to Vermillion and other Lower
Peace river posts from Victoria ;
thence up the Fraser river to Quesnel, by steamer, pack horse and
freight team.
From Quesnel twelve-foot Davis
took the contract to land the freight
at the Lower Peace river posts. To
this end three boats were constructed
with a capacity of fifteen thousand
pounds each, towed and manned by
both Lillooet Indians and those of
the Upper Fraser and Nechaco. Three
trips a season were made for three
years to Giscombe Portage.
During the autumn of each year
forty-five thousand pounds were portaged on Indian backs and horses
across to Summit Lake from the
landing of Giscombe annually. Three
scows were constructed at the lake,
carrying fifteen thousand pounds
each, and live horses distributed on
them for use at Rocky Mountain
Canon, Peace River, which is impassable. Here the scows were abandoned, and the cargo packed around
the canon, a distance of fifteen miles
to rafts below, on which the rest of
the long journey was completed.
On Davis' last season on this contract he built the largest boat ever
hauled by men on the river, carrying
thirty-six thousand pounds, and the
other three carrying twenty-five
thousand pounds each. Davis started
from Quesnel with this cargo of flour
in the spring. At Fort George he
picked up fifteen canoes for lightening purposes. On arrival at Giscombe Portage he hauled these large
boats, as weil as the cargoes, across
the portage with the aid of four
horses and his Siwashes. Only a
fortnight was taken to accomplish
this. An Indian's load of flour
was one hundred and fifty pounds,
and he went half the distance of the
portage without a rest. However, it
was difficult to keep the boys from
carrying more, as they wished to
outdo one another. Re-loading and
after crossing Summit Lake it was
discovered that there was not sufficient water to carry the large boat.
Davis, never at a loss, lightened her
up with his fifteen canoes and built
an immense dam, letting the water
back up over night. In the morning
the dam was quickly broken and the
flood carried Davis and his fleet into
deep water again and so on down
the Crooked river into MacLeod's
Lake; thence into the Pack river,
wliere two more scows were constructed and the canoes abandoned.
From the Pack the scows were taken into the Parsnip, thence into the
Peace, through the dangerous Findlay and Pack Pass Rapids and on to
Rocky Mountain Canyon — through
which no bout can puss — and lino
her through and over the portage
rond to rafts below.
The three smaller boats were
brought back onto the Kraser river,
but the largest one, with a sack of
(lour in its stern, was sent intentionally to destruction through the
canyon.
A Country of Big Game
Where Rich Shots Do Well
The fact that fashionable fair ones and Mister Tommy Atkins have of late used bearskin far less in order to achieve a re-
splendant appearance has caused that animal to multiply recently to amazing degrees throughout British Columbia, and especially the northern portion of the province. Within the last few
years there has not been so many bears about as there are today. One party of northern land surveyors in one day last
summer counted 36 bears on the Crooked river. If Bruin only
knew, how he would desire the continuance of present fashions.
Another feature of the game situation is the increase in the
horde of wolves that are causing great ravages on Vancouver
Island. They have practically ex.e»minated the deer in the
north of the island and have now started to slaughter the elk.
There is a bounty of $15 on every wolf, but the beasts are so
cunning that the most alluring trap fails to catch them and
they are much too knowing to eat poison.
Bryan Williams, the provincial game warden, expects a large
influx of big game hunters next season. Not only many Americans and Britishers from all over the empire, including men
serving in India, are flocking to the greatest game lands on the
American continent, but the wealthy German and Frenchman
is seeking his sport here in an ever increasing extent every season. The game warden states, that the hunting possibilities of
Cariboo and Fort George districts, for big game, were better
known to the wealthy shots of London, Paris, New York, Berlin and Calcutta than they are in Vancouver and Victoria themselves. Last year there were six Germans among the seventy
men who sought big game and all were very wealthy men and
provided with the most elaborate outfits, being prepared to
spend any amount of money if they got good sport. The benefit
that the game is to the country in other ways demonstrated by
the fact that several of these hunters invested largely in real
estate.
LABOR PLENTIFUL NOW.
Engineer B. B. Kelliher, of the G.
T. P., states that 2500 men are now
at work grading the roadbed east of
Prince Rupert, a larger number than
ever before. Tbe scarcity of labor
which prevailed last summer has
been greatly relieved. Between Kit-
selas and Hazelton, 60 per cent, of
tho grade work has been finished.
TIMBER DI.PARTMENT.
Returns of the provincial timber
department for the final month of
1910 show aggregate revenues of
$189,044.20, to which, ns usiiln receipts from timber licenses for lnnds
west of tbe Cascades are largely contributory. Of these licenses 74ti were
issued, producing a revenue of $104,-
440,. East of the Cascades, 484 licenses were Issued during December,
p(oducing $56,048.20; timber license
transfer fees amounted to $1010; pen.
alties $1675; 255 coal prospecting licenses $25,550; coal prospecting license transfers, $320, nnd miscellaneous receipts $1.
Cold Weather Is Universal
South Fort George is not the only spot on the Canadian map
that has enjoyed 40 and 15 above zero weather the last week.
From all sections come reports of more than usually harsh weather. Advices from all parts of Manitoba state that raging
• storms have prevailed. Saskatchewan describes it as the worst
in years, with a veritable'htirficane of snow and damage cannot be estimated as yet. From Prince Albert similar reports
come, while at Regina the blizzard caused the streets to be deserted. At Moosejaw from 30 to 40 below zero was registered.
At Kenora, on the morning of the 4th, 51 below was registered.
Brandon recorded 44 below. Throughout the entire east severe
weather conditions are reported as the worst in years.
Factors Important Personages
Chief C. C. Vnn Arsdell nnd T. C.
Taylor of the G. T. I'., were at Lytton on the first, in company with
C, J. Johnson and K. Marshall, contractors for the Canadian Northern.
A young Hudson's Bay Co. clerk
in the fiftees, returning thanks to a
friend for proffered congratulations
on promotion in the service, thus
depicts the importance and mode of
traveling indulged in Chief Factors
at that period. It is taken from Father Morice's "History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia.
"These officers," proceeds the narrator, "especially the Chief Factor in
charge of an important post, enjoyed, the greatest consideration and
were treated with every mark of respect. This exalted functionary was
lord paramount; his word was law;
he was necessarily surrounded by a
halo of dignity, and his person was
sacred, so to speak. He was dressed
every day in a suit of black or dark
blue, .white shirt, collars to his ears,
frock coat, velvet stock and straps
to the bottom of his trousers. When
he went out of doors he wore a
black beaver hat worth forty shillings. When traveling in n canoe or
boat, he was lifted in and out of the
craft by the crew; he still wore his
beaver hat, but it was protected by
nn oiled silk cover, and over his
blncl. frock he wore a long cloak
made  of  Royal  .Stuart  tartan    lined
INFORMATION WANTED.
"The Central Port George Tribune has received a letter from J.M.
Chaniit and Co., Broadway, N. Y.
City, saying: 'I am writing in behalf of Madame H. Tavernicr, residing at. No. seventeen Rue de ['Assumption, Paris, who is seeking Information regarding her son, Henry
Tnvcriiicr, aged twenty-nine years.
This young man left his home in Paris in June, nineteen hundred and
nine, with the intention of settling
in Canada, but was in Trochu and
Alberta during the summer of nineteen hundred and nine, and while in
Trochu met with a slight accident
and went to Calgary to be nursed,
and there spent the winter. Last
spring he went to Vancouver, and
from there his Inst letters were received, dated March'twenty-six and
April tenth. In these letters ho ac-
nowledges the receipt of ten thousand francs which his mother sent to
him to obtain land in Fort George
and establish himself in business at
that point, He claimed that this
was a very good investment, and in
with scarlet or dark blue bath coating. The cloak bad a soft Genoa
velvet collar, which was fastened
across by mosaic gold clasps anu
chains. It had also voluminous
capes. He carried with him an ornamental bag, technically called -a
'fire-bag,' which contained his tobacco, steel and flint, touchwood, tin-
derbox and brimstone matches. In
camp his tent was pitched apart
from the shelter given his crew. He
had a separate fire, and the first duty of the boat's crew after lanuin6
was to pitch his tent, clear his camp
and collect firewood sufficient for the
night before they were allowed to at
tend to their own wants. Salutes
were fired on his departure from the
fort and on his return. All this ceremony was considered necessary; it
had a good effect on the Indians; it
added to his dignity in the eyes of
his' subordinates, but sometimes
spoiled the Chief Factor. Proud indeed was the Indian fortunate
enough to be presented with the
Chief Factor's cast-off hat, however
battered it might become. He donned it on all important occasions,
and in very line weather it might
constitute his entire costume."
fact his letters of the dates mentioned, said that he was very happy
to have the land, but had not yet
left for Fort George..'"
The above is taken from the Natural Resources advertising leaflet,
published at Central Fort George. It
may be possible that Young Taver-
nier bought some Central Fort
George property and after finding
out its real value, had failed to
correspond with his people.
SONGHEES INBIANS.
The representatives of the Songhees Indians, in consultation with
the Premier, Hon. R. McBride, and
the chief commissioner on the sixth,
agreed that consequent on the agreement with the government being ratified by the Dominion, they would
vacate the old reserve in the heart
of Victoria, by April 15. The government agrees to place the $410,000 in
a chartered hank in trust for tbe .1
heads of families as agreed upon,
they to be enabled to draw cheques
against this for approved purposes,
such as building new homes on the
new reserve, etc,
V •
FORI GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING GO.
J, B   DANIELL, Pk.-IPI r, r
Devoted   to   the   interest.-,   oi   Port
George and  the entire Northern Interior.
J. ft.  DAN1T.I.I-, Editor.
|T_  ...__.___■ ^ff, am,  t  n' r—•—- ,.__._.•■._.
JANUARY, 21, 1911.
Since the Port. George Indians have
shown a disposition to surrender the
entire reserve for a figure stated to
he in the neighborhood of one hundred dollars per acre nnd their sending an emissary to Ottawn (or the
purpose of lnying before the Indian
department their intentions, it does
not seem unlikely that the (I. T. I'.
will have possession of tlic coveted
terminus site before two months
have passed. The value of the land,
other than to a railroad, is not six
dollars per acre, ami if the Indians
succeed in getting the price they
have set their hearts on, it will be a
good business stroke. When it is remembered that the townsite of Rupert was obtained from the Met.la-
katlas for seven and a half dollars
per acre, the figure of fifty dollars
per acre, offered by the Dominion
government, on behalf ol the G. T.
I'., is ample evidence that tlic railroad company has set itself to tin'
task of securing the reservation.
WILLISON  ON  ORIENTAL  LABOR.
if J. S. Willison, editor of the
Toronto News, hail the illusion that
the public sentiment on this coast
would change on the subject of Asiatic labor, his recent visit has corrected this error. The Toronto
News gives this account of the situation:
"The east cannot afford to have
any illusions as to the strength of
the feeling on the Pacific const in
particularly against the incoming of
Japanese. The people of Vancouver
and Victoria heard Sir Wilfred Lau-
rier with respect, but he did not alter their views nor dispel their uneasiness. It is folly to imagine that
only the labor unions are hostile to
Oriental immigration. The feeling
is common to the whole population
outside of the canners and sawmill
owners and perhaps the financial interests, by which they are supprt-
ed.
"For the Chinese as domestics
there is an improved feeling; the
Japanese are the object of increasing fear and disfavor. It is not believed, although the News has no
conclusive evidence to offer one way
or the other, that the agreement
with Japan limiting immigration
from that country is observed, It
is insisted that Japanese disembark
at the upper ports, that the invasion assumes formidable dimensions,
that they are a social and industial
danger, and that falling some radical reversal of policy, British Columbia must become substantially a
province of  Japan.
"Moreover, the Asiatics are extending into the prairie country, and
thus the area of disaffection is
steadily enlarged. The coast people
recognize the gravity of the labor
problem. They know that without a
great supply of workers the development of the country must be retarded. But nothing will avail against
the determination to have a "White
Canada," and parliament cannot afford to misunderstand or neglect the
situation."
TBI. LEGAL WEIGHT.
The   legal    weight    per    bushel    of
farm staple commodities, as fixed by
the laws of the Dominion of Canada,,
is as follows:
Commodity. Weight per Hush.
Wheat   00 lb
Oats  34 tb
Barley   .K n.
Rye   50 lb
Buckwheat   48 It.
Plax   50 n>
Indian Corn   56 lb
Peas   GO 11j
Beans   60 ft.
Beets   00 lb
Carrots   60 II)
Castor Beans   40 lb
Clover Heed    60 ID
Hemp Seed    44 ID
Onions   50 ID
Parsnips   60 II)
Potatoes   60 ID
Turnips   i;d ID
Timotthy   Seed     48 11)
Blue Grass  Seed    14 Hi
Lime   70 ID
Bituminous  Coal    70 lb
EggB IJ lbs. per standard dozen,
AN OPINION WORTH BOMETHING
The Ha_elton district, it is declared by mining men interested in that
locality, is rapidly becoming reegnlz-
ked as one of the biggest silver-lead
propositions in British Columbia,
-"hen A. J. Beatldette, nn Ottawa
mining expert, visited tho die cict a
short time ago, he expressed 1 imself
very well satisfied, "I never saw,"
be said, "a country of BUCl) , oinis-
Ing prospects. There is the irgcst
area of good looking minora. IJiat it
has been  my  privilege to see.
Distances from Fort &■_.©rge
Fort George is central for a large area of country, the greater part
Of which is suitable lor fanning, it is located near the geographical
centre of the province and at the junction of two rivers, which are navigable for steamboats for 675 miles. Going east and southeast,, following the Fraser rivet  up-stream, are the following points:
Mile
Port.
(loose Country Pianche 	
Mouth of  Little Salmon  	
Moutli of  Willow  Kiver  	
Giscombe Portage 	
Thomas Cabin 	
Moutii of Big Salmon itiver 	
Mouth of Hear River 	
Mouth of Toneqtiah Creek 	
Head of Grand Canyon 	
■Slim Creek 	
Dome (.'reek 	
Clearwater River 	
Smoky  Kiver 	
Goat  Kiver 	
Garnet (feck 	
Snowshoe Rapids 	
Moose Knpids 	
Heaver River 	
Shuswap River 	
Tete Jaune Cache (via surveyed line ti.
Edmonton,  Alberta, via surveyed line G
T.   P
T.  P
206
(es
;  from
George
16
•ll
01
08
81
95
106
139
156
104
188
204
211
218
220
257
264
315
•It, I
At Giscombe Portage, a wagon road of eight miles connects Fraser
River with Summit Lake, und Summit Lake is the source or head of
Parsnip River, which is the south fork of Peace River, Findlay River
being the north fork, and from their junction the river is called the
Peace, Summit Lake is on the Arctic slope or watershed, for the
waters of Peace River Row into the Arctic Ocean. The distances to the
following points via Giscombe Portage are:
Miles from
Fort (ioorge
Summit Lake  49
Fort McLeod, on McLeod Lake     116
Mouth of Parsnip River     19G
Fort Grahame, on  Findlay  River    201
Ingenica Mines,  on McConnell  Creek     -lit)
Port St.  John, on Peace River    360
NORTHERN II
i. ^.-
FORT GEORGE LANI)  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Dan Wright, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation axeman, intends to apply for iiermission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at the S; W. corner of Lot 4363;
thence south 30 chains: thence enst
80 chains; theiice north 30 chains;
thence west SO chains, to point, of
commencement, and containing 240
acres, moro or less,
DAN  WRIGHT.
December 27, l'JIO.
PEACH  ItlVKIt   LAND  Iilsi
Going west and northwest and  up-stream on  the Necliacb and
Rivers the distances are:
Miles
Fort
Indian Rancherie No.  3 	
Mud River 	
Mouth of Stuart River 	
Mouth of Stoney Creek  (via  Stoney Creek  trail 75 miles)  ...
Fort Fraser on Fraser Lake  (via Stoney Creek trail 101 miles
Fort St. James on Stuart Lake (via  Stuart River)   	
Burns Lake, on Telegraph line trail 	
Aldermere,   in  Bulkley   Valley   	
Hazelton, at head of navigation on Skeena River 	
Prince  Rupert,  on Pacilic Ocean	
Stuart
from
George
11
20
57
90
120
139'
156
237
297
459
South, via Fraser River and the Cariboo    Road,    are   the   following
named places:
Miles from
Fort George
Fort George Canyon       15
Hixon Creek Trail      45
Mouth of Blackwater River  	
Cottonwood Canyon  	
Quesnel (Barkerville is 60 miles eaet of Quesnell ....
Soda Creek  (lower end of steamboat   navigation)
150-Mile House on  Cariboo wagon   road 	
83-Mile House on Cariboo wagon road  	
Clinton 	
Ashcroft, on Canadian Pacific Railway 	
Vancouver,  on the Straits of Georgia 	
GO
75
95
155
183
250
285
230
524
First publication Jan. 21.
FORT  GEORGE   I.AND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice thnt Andrew Miller, of
Fort George, 11. C, occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the .N. P.. corner of Lot 4358; thence
north 20 chains; thence west 40
chains; thence south 20 chains ;
tlicnce east 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 80 acres,
move or less.    ANDREW  MILLER.
Dec. 12, 1910.    ■
FORT  GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT
Disti'ict of Cariboo
Take notice that John Ttttlis, of
Fort George, B. (,'., occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. E. cornor of l,ot 4357; thence
south 20 chains; thence east 20
chains; thenee north 20 chains;
thonce west 20. chains to point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less. JOHN TUTLIS.
Andrew Miller, agent.
Dec. 13, 1910,
There are feeding places on the road between Fort George and Quesnel as follows: Long Meadow 21 miles, Round Meadow 38 miles, Swan
Creek 61, Goose Lake 85, Quesnel 110 miles. Blackwater Crossing is
on this road, 00 miles from Fort George. A trail runs east from Fort
George to Pear River, 40 miles
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
Take notice that Thomas Ross, of
Fernie, B. (.'., occupation lumberman
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lhtids: Commencing at a post planted 3 miles south of the.southeast
Cr. of Lot 1606; thence 80 chains
east; thence 40 chains south; thence
80 chains west; thence 40 chains
north. THOMAS ROSS,
Wiiliam West, agent.
Date, Jan, 14th, 191.1.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
Take notice thnt George Brongon,
of Fernie, B. C, occupation lumberman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the lollowing doscribed
lands: Commencing at a post planted 2 miles south of the southeast
Cr. of Lot 1607; thence 80 chains
east; thence 40 chains south; Ihenee
80 chains west; ihenee III eliains
north. GEORGE BRONSON,
Willinm West, ugent.
Dale,  Jan.  14th, 1911,
FOItT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice thnt Joseph S. Dowe,
of Cranbrook, B, C, occupation laborer, intonds to apply for permission to purchnse the lollowing tic-
scribed lands: Commencing nr, a
post planted at the S.E, Cr, of Lot
1607; thence 40 chains east ; thence
80 chains south; thenco 40 chains
west; thence hi) chains north,
JOSEPH S,  DOWE,
William West, agent.
Date,  January  13th,  Kill,
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Charles Howard,
of Cranbrook, 11. ('., occupation ho-
telman, intends to npply for permission to purcliase the [ollowing descrihed lands: Commeneing at a
post plnntod one mile south of the
southeast corner of Lot 1607; thonco
40 chains east; thonce 80 chains
south; thonco 40 chimin west; thence
80 chains north.
CHARLES   HOWARD,
Willinm West, agent.
Date..  ,.Jn.ui;;irv   Kith,   Kill.
First, publication Jan, 21,
First inK_rtlim ir
1 D.e. Sl,
FORT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
Take notice that Milton A, Cory,
ol Medecine Hat, Mtn,, occupation
mail clerk, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted three miles south of the
southeast corner of Lot 1884; thence
80 chains east; thence 40 chains
south; thence 80 chains west; thence
40 chains north.
MILTON  A.  CORY,
William West, agent.
Date,  Jan.  11th,  Kill.
FORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice  that William  West,  of
Fort George,  11. c, oeoupftt  fay.
mor, Intends to apply fur permission
lu   purchase  the    lollowing  descriiicd
lands: Commencing at n post
planted two miles BOUth of the S.E.
corner or Lot 1884| th.noa so Qhninj
east;   tin nee   80  chain:'   soulh;   thonco
81) chains   west;   thence    so   chains
north. V, il.LIAM   WEST.
Date,  January Kith, 1911,
FORT GEORGE  LAM) DISTRICT.
DI 'trie! nf Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert L. Morrow, of Cranbrook, II. C, intends to
apply fur permission to purchase the
following described lnnds: Commonoing nt. n |„,.;t pleated two miles
South of Lie southeast pornor of Lot
1883; thence 10 chuins west; thonce
80 chains south; thenoe 40 chains
cast;  thonco HI) chains  north.
ROBERT Ij.  MORROW,
William West, agent,
Bate,  Jan.   I5tli,  1911.
PORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cnrihoo.
Take  nnliee   that    Stewart.  Brock,
of Gr&nbrpok, b. it., hotolnian,    intend- to apply foj- permission to purchnso  the  following  described   lands:
Commeneing at a post planted II.roe
miles Bouth  of tho southeast corner
i,S  Lot.   18X4;   thence 40 chuins west ;
thenco    40   ehnins   south; thence    40
chains oast; thonce 40 chains noith.
STEWART  BROCK,
William West, agent.
Date,  Jan.   Illth,  KIM,
District of Caribo
T\ '•'::    no
li.
lift- notice tlmt Henrv ,_
Mitchell nf Vancouver, 13.CI ,„■,.,
Clerk, Intends in apply
i" purclmse the following ' ... ',.'"''
I nils; Conimencing nt n uo> 1' '''"'
nbout twelve mil, s west nnd 1. ' ' """
■'"'Hii or the southeast conn '" , '"s
Dominion Gdvernoinnt lies..",,! '
vicinity -I ihe Norm Fork „. ,,', '.. ""
tZZZZZZZZZZZ '
"'enee south sn 1 h iln     ilione : '
chains, ih.noo north   .,i ,.|,;lll,'. '.' '
1 ' '"' commei nont, ,■..,„,„.'."., ,':;
ui ns more or less "-  "''
Hl'.NRY  ALREI.T Ml.VMM
L.           Jonathan Qraham  ;.'.',„
Sept,  1:1th, mho. rtgen''
PEACE   RIVER   I.AXI,   ins,,,,,..,
District of Cariboo,
TAKE nntiee    that    Edward Tl	
smith   of   . nncouvi r    ut       '      ."'
(lentleni
hit, 1
I"
.    14
I"   nis 'i   ...
■    Kle    followi]
sei ;h ,1   lands:   Cm
Planted about ihree miles "west'
mile south  of  the  sot ast eoi
tlm Dominion Goven nt  y...,.t,
n!"'!!!  nine miles north of ..'.
and   marked   "K.   T.   S    .\ '.,'
Iheni •• 1:1.1  SO chains, thei 1 •  .
chain-,   lliencs   n est   sn  ,■ Mn .
uorth   mi  chain's   to  the  ;,.,,, „,
in 1 neement,  oontalnlng  641) ■;.,,
"I    less.
EDWARD  THO.- \s SMI
,lonathan tjral  1
Sept. 13th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTHICT
District of Cariboo,
T\KK notice that Frank ud-,„M si,,.,,.
he    Vancouver,     Ii.c     wc-witon
Printer, Inti nd ■ to apply .••• |,ern
to   purcl a_e   the    follow . 1
Inn.Is
immeneing   m
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Fyfe, of
South Fort George, occupation fpr-
mer, intends to apply for permisaion
to purchase the following descrihed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
and one-half miles south of Lot 1883
thence east 40 chains; thence south
40 chains; thence west 40 chains ;
thence north 40 chains to point of
commencement.
JAMES FYFE.
December 29, 1910.
FORT GEORqi. LAND DISTRICT?
District of Cariboo,
Take notice that Alexander Mc-
Willie, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation traveller, intends to apply for
Iiermission to purchase the following
descrihed lands:
Commencing    at   a    post   planted
about   eleven   miles    north    of   the
liluckwater and at tho  S.W.  corner
post of Lot   983;   thence 80    chains
north;  thence 80 chains west; thonce
80  chains   south;    thence  80    chains
cast to point of commenooment.
ALEXANDER  McWILU.j,
W,   MncKirdy,  ugent.
December 7,  Kilo
FORT CEORCE LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take nut too     thut  Arthur  Kilmer,,
ol Vancouver, occupation pe&l estate
broker, Intend* to npply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt a pout planted
about ton miles north of the Black-
water Itiver and one mile west, from
tbe H. W. corner post of Lot 988;'
thence 80 chains north; thonce 80
chains west; thence 80 chains south;
thenee 80 chains east to point of
commencement,
ARTHUR  EiLMER,
W.  MacKirdy, agent.
December '.), 1910,
FORT (ll.OKdl. LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Walter George
Evans, of Vancouver, 11. (!., occupation real estiite broker, intends to
apply For permission to purchase tbe
following doscribed lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
ahqut nine miles north of the Rlar.k-
wnter River aipl pna mile west from
thn H, W, corner pout ut Lot 989a 1
thonce 80 chains north; thenco 80
chains west; thence 80 chains south;
tbencc 80 ehnins cast to point of
commencement.
WALTER GEORGE  EVANS,
W.  MacKirdy, agent.
December 9.  1910.
First  Insertion above  notices ,)a 7
about three mllea weat nnd one mil'
south of the southeast corner ol tlig f|
Dominion Government It,'serve mn
about nine mllos north of Swan U-i
nn,i marked "I. 11. s. s.l'-. corn r,
thence west 80 chains, thenco north so
ohalna, thence ensl .„ chains, 1 •:.•
•"""Hi 80 chains lo lhe point at . ._■•
mencement, containing 640 new. mon
ur h.s.
I'lt.wK iiAHcu.ii .siii;i'iu:i:ii
Jonathan Qraham, Agent
Sept,  l..th, li.in.
PEACE  ItlVKK   [,a\|i  DISTHICT,
District of fariljei.
TAKK notice thnt Robert >t.i
'''■"shy nr Vancouver, B.C., oe.upallo
Printer, Intenda lo apply For permls
M"ii to purchase the followi      li    rltx
'■•''"'••i  C nenolng  _|- a post     ,   •
"bout   tine,,  miles   wesi   o
south  of  tiie southeast  e ,..,.,,
Dominion     Government     hi »m    an
ahout nine mllea north or - ■•     :    ■
and  marked  "R.    ,\   ,■ • „ ,
thence south go chaina, r ,.-■  ■
chains,  thenee mirth   g'o     alns, thi m
'''-'   SO  chains   lo   tno  po 11 nf con
menee nt, containing  .-1 a   m "
or  less.     ROBERT  A I!].-- CROSBY
a.„.   ,.,,   ,   Jonathan aranam, Agen
Sept,   1 nth,   |ii|,j
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlol nt Cariboo,
TAKE   notice   that   Royal   Brown of
, "'"'""ver. 1:  r, occupation Editor, intends  to apply   for pormisslon  tu 1
chase   the   following  desoribed    Ian*
' ommenelng at a post plantod about !1
miles   w, st   nini   ,   mll(3  gQVih  ,„   , „
southeast enrner of the  Dominion 1
eminent Reserve, In lb* vicinity nt     ;
llon" Ki.i r, ii tlllniltirv nf fin,. H . '
■'""' mark. „ u. (:, g, pj comer, I" " '
imrth >0 qlmlns, th-ne,. west Sll eln'..
Ili.'liee BOlltll 80 Chains, thenee ran )0
ohnlns ti, Hie point of eimimeno_ini'lll
containing (iln aoros more or leaa
ItOYAl.   MtuV. '.'■
Willinm   Uadloy,    u nl
Repl.   Kih,   nun.
PEAOE   lil.'lli:   I.AM,   DISTRICT.
Dlslriel   of   Cnriboo,
JAKE   nnliee   III;,!    CIllll.OH   Mlllill'il   nf
\eii..niyer,    I. r,    oooupatlon   Hnllwuv
lork'  intonrtH  I., a y  for pertnl	
to purohaso     Hie     following  rlp«orlh. i
■im."'iicim:   nl   o   print   nhinte
lnnds:   r
"' '  -!l milos iv-Ht'an,. frnW'touiix
m   tlie sntithonsl  cor<\oi   „f ,i„. | iln-
on Government Reserve, in the vlcin
',:' °l ' "i i:„i.|.; itiver. n tributary "■
i ine Kin r. ,1,1,1 marked "C. M , N. l:
enrm r," thenoo south sn ohnlns, thenco
tycMi 80 chnlna, tiience north 80 chains,
ihonoo ensl  sii ehalns  tn the poll '
commencement    containing    010   acre.
inure   or   less.
I'M A 111, EM   M.II,I„W;''.
,,    , William  Hauley, .."'"!•
Sep|   r.'th, I'.iio,
First iimui'in.n abavo nolleon Jan, 7.
FORT  GEORGE   LAND   DIS'J I
DiHtiict ol Cnrlhoo..
Take   mil ion   that  Victor  Wil,i
of Victoria,   R. (,..,  occupation ul
intend- Lnipply fpr permission to
ohu.se the following tleBcrlhed land
Commencing at a post planted •''
seven milea enst and one mile n
of the imrth-enst comer of lot I
Cariboo district, thence south 80 chi
thence enst SO chuins, thenee nortl
chain.., thonce west HO chains I" P
of Commencement, contfiiningfl-O"
more or less, VICTOR WILLIAM
A. 11. Fraser, m
Nov. 17, 11)1(1. dec-Kl-I' h'l
[C
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built
ni'th
I l-l,
US
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ilnt
ellt ruin    _l___/.u\.-_-i  HI_iIVA__ii;
THREE.
PEACE KIVEK LAND DIVISION.
Distriot ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Hoary James Cromlo ol
Vnncouver, B.C..  larmcr, intends to    npply
Ior permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at a post planted on the nortli bank of Halfway river nbout 20 chuins south ol the (ill.Mile post established on  the  North  West Mounted   l'o-
i lice trail botween Kort St. John and   Fort
i Graham, B.C., post marked H.J.C. S W cor-
I n-r, tlicnce 60 chains nortli; ..hence H.I -Indus
[ east; thence about SO chains south to Hall-
I way  river;  llience meandering said river up
[stream in  a westerly direction to  point   ol
►commencement,   containing   5UU  acres    more
■ or  less. HENRY   JAMES  C110M1B.
S   Septembei'  Iii,   1910.
PEACE  IUVER  LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
m TAKE notice that James Cromie. ol Van-
fjouver, ll.C, accountant, intends to apply
lor permission to purcha'so tho lollowing o.s-
forihed lands: Commencing ut u post planted abokt -In chains north of 00-Mile post established on the North West Mounted police
I trull between Port St. John und Fori Ma-
I ham, B.C. north ol Halfway river, post
marked J.C S W corner, thence GO chains
north: thence SO chain*.e-st; tnence SO
chains soutli; thence Sii chains w.ii to point
ol commencement, containing ''.il a. res
more or less. JAMES 0K0M1B.
September  10,   1910.
PEACE RIVER LANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thut Alexander Edwards, ol
Vuncouver. B.C., manager intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands; Commencing nt u post planted 2 miles norlh und 2 miles west from a
point on Ilhllwuv river at (ill-Mile poBt on
North Weil Mounted Police trail between
Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham, B. C.
thence SO chains north: thence HO chains
went; tlicnce HU chains south; thence SO
chains east to poiat of commencement, eoniuining (il'i ncres more or less. Post marked
A E S E corner.
ALEXANDER EDWARDS.
September 19, 19101
I'KACE  RIVER LANI) DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Robert Bradcn ol Vancouver, B.C, gentleman, intends to apply
for permission lo purchaso the following described lands: Commencing nt a post plnnted 2 miles north from a point on Hallwuy
river nt 66-Mllo post on North West Moun-
ed Police trail, between Fort St. John and
Fort Graham, B.C., tlicnce Hi) chainB north;
thence 80 clmins wosti thenco 80 chains
soutli; thence s" eliains enst to point ol
oommoncoment, containing (1-0 ncres moro
in- less    Post marked R.B. S E corner.
ROBERT IIRADEN.
September 19,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat (leorgc Wright ol Van-
couver,  II.C,  nccountnnt,  intends to   apply
for permission to purchase the lollowing de.B-
crlbed lunds:   Commencing ut a   post planted 2; miles south from 66-Mile post established on  Police trail between Fort St. John
nnd  Fort  Grnhnm.   B.C..  and  2 miles  soulh
ol the Hallway river; thence Hll chains east;
thenoo  Hu  ehnins  north:    thence  81) chains
west;   thenoo   80  chuins  south  to   point   of
commencement,  containing  .40 acres    more
or less,    l'ost marked G.W. S W corner.
GEORGE WRIGHT.
September 17.  1910,
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas Dickson Archil-Id I'urves, of Vancouver, B.C., manager,
intends to apply for permission to purchaso
the lollowing described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 3 miles north nnd 2 miles
west Irom junction ol Cypress Creek nnd
Hallway River, near 76-Mlle post on North
West Mounted Police trail between Kort
Graham and Fort St. John, B. C.,
thence 80 chains west; thence 80
chains south; tbence 80 chains east;
thence 80 chains north to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less. Post marked T.D.A.P.
N.E. corner.
THOMAS DICKSON ARCHIBALD PURVES.
September 2A,  l'JIO.	
I'KACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
DiBtrlct of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt William Wilson ol Van-
couvcr, ll.C, gentleman, intonds to npply
tor permisaion to purchase the lollowing des-
cribed lunds: Commencing nt a post plant-
"i ..ne mile north anil 2 miles wesi from
ii point on Hallway River at 60-Mile post
nn Sortli West Mounted Police trnil, bc-
Iween Port Si. John and Fort Oraham. B.
Cl, thenee 80 chains west: thonco about 80
chain" louth to Halfway river, thence menn-
<liiu,. laid riier down stream In nn easterly direction in a point HO chains south ol
Initial post; ihenee hii chains north to point
of commencement, containing ti-lu acres
more or less l'osl mnrked W.W. N E cor-
"'•''■ WILLIAM   WILSON.
■September  10,   1910.
PEACE RIVER t »"'     ""'nTON.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Winnie Shaager nl
Campaign, 111., P.S.A., married woman, i_-
lends tu apply for permission to purchase
ilie following dosorlbod lands: Commencing
nl n posi planted fi miles enst nnd J-ralle
nortii trom n point on Hnllway rlvcr, nbout 20 clmins south of Mile post 60 on
North Wcsl Mounted Police trail, between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, ll.C,
thonco 80 eliains eust: tlicnce Hll chains
•oulhi thenee Hii ehulns west; thence 80
1 niiis north to point ol commencement,
containing (iln noros more or less. Post
marked JV.S.   N IV corner.
WINNIE  SHANGER.
Soptemher 21, 1910.
PEAOE RiVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt James Richmond, ol
I mice Rupert, B.C, butcher, Intonds to applv lor permission to purchnse the following dosorlbod lands: Commencing at a post
Planted fi miles enst nnd 1} miles south
Inini a point ou north bank ol Halfway rl-
"r about 20 chains Bouth ol DO-MIlo
post on North West Mountod Po-
"«' trail between Fort St. John and Fort
'h-iiham, B. C., thence 80 chains
oast; thence 80 chains south; thence
f 80 chains west; thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Post marked J.R. N.W. corner.
JAMES RICHMOND.
fii'litembor 21, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
'I'AKE notice thnt Gilbert Hannah ol Vancouver, ll.C., accountant, Intends to npply
ior permission to purohnse tho lollowing des-
cnood lands: Commencing at a post plant-
eu - miles north and one mile enst Irom a
point o-i Hallway river at (10-Mile poBt on
'-orth West Mounted Police, trail between
ii,.,','- ' _;. Jolm "n(1 po.. Oraham. 11. C,
„nii,, ., clml"8 ea?t! thimno 80 ehalni
"Oiitlit thence RO ohalnB west; thenco 8(1
wains    north    to point ol commencement.
it lining B4o aorcB moro or less. Post
"""■lied G.II. N W corner.
o   ,     , '    GILBERT HANNAH.
r-'Piembor 19, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George Tunstall oi Vancouver. B.C, salesman, intends to apply ior
pormisslon to purcnaso lue .allowing aes-
crioed lands: Commencing at a posi planted one mile west aim one mile south trom
a point wnere the 2i)th base-line crosses
Bear River and about 5 miles north Irom
Swim or SucKer Lake, posi marked U.'l'.
N W corner, tnence Hu chains souin; thencu
HU chains east to Bear river, thencu meandering said river down slrcnm in a uol'tll-
erly direction io a point nliout Hll cnuins
east of Initial posi: liioncu aoout 60 chains
west to point ol coiiiii_oucoiueut, containing
li _U acres more or iess.
GKORGE TUNSTALL.
October 7,  1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Disject ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice tout John Gall Glashan, o!
Vuncouver, B.C, salesman, inteuus io apply ior permission to purchase tho lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted :i miles west and A miles south
irom where the 2Uth base Hue crosses Bear
river and one mile west irom a
post marked Frank Begg's north
west corner, planted on Urand Prairie and Pouee Coupe wagon road,
and about 3J miles north west from
north west enu ol Swan Lake or Sucker
Lake, thence Ho chains west; tnence 'lo
Chains soutn; thence Ho chains easl; thence
ill chains north to point ol commencement,
oontalnlng :i2o acres more or less. Post
marked  J.G.G.  N E corner.
JOHN   GALL  GLASHAN.
October 7. 19i0.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alexander Jeflrey Cam-
hie, of Vaacouver, B.C, freight agcai, intends to apply for permission to purchase
tne following described lands: Commencing
ut a post iilanted 2 miles north ,.nd one
mile west Irom junction of Cypress Creek
nnd Halfway river, i.eur 74-Mile post on the
Nortii West Mounted Police trail between
Fort St John und For! Oraham, B.C., post
marked A. J. C. S. E. corner; thence
80 chains north; thence 80 chains
west; thence _0 chains south; thence
80 chains east to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
ALEXANDER JEFFREY CAMBIE.
September 22,  19io.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thut James William Robinson, ol Vanoouver, B.C, salesman, Intends
to apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a
post pLanted ii miles south and 3 miles west
from where the 2nth base line crosses Benr
river nnd A miles south and one mile west
from a post marked Frauk Begg's aortt
west coracr, and about Ai miles west from
north west end of Swan or Sucker lake
theuce 8.1 chains west; theoce HO chaias north
thence HO chains eust; thence 80 chains
south to point of commencement, containing li-in acres more or less. Post mnrked
J.W.R. S E corner.
JAMES  WILLIAM ROBINSON.
October 8,  1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Duncan Mac-
Donald, of Vancouver, 13. C, purchasing agent, intends to apply tor
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 6 miles suuth and 3 miles
west from where the 20th base line crosses
Benr river, nnd A miles south and 1 mile
west from a post marked Frauk Begg's
norlh west corner, planled on Orand Prairie
and Ponce Coupe wagon road and
about 3} miles west from north
west end of Swan or Sucker Lake,
thence 80 chains east; thence 40
chains north; thence 80 chains west;
thence 40 chains south to point of commencement, containing Ail ncres more or
less.    I'ost marked D.M. S E corner!
DUNCAN MacDONALD.
October 8, 1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that Alexander FInlay Mo-
Donuld. ot Victoria, B.C. clerk. Intends to
upply lor permission to purchaso the lollowing described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted 9 miles south Irom where the 20th
Bnse line crosses Bear rlvcr und six miles
south nnd one mile eust (rom n post mnrked Frank Begg's north west corner, planted
on Grand Prairie and Ponce Coupo wagon
rond, nnd nbout one mile south west from
the south vest on<J ol Swnn or Sucker lnke,
thence HU chains south: thence 8.) chains
west; them. Hn chains north; thence 80
ehnins east to point ol commencement, contnining --IO acres more or less. Post marked
A.F.M. N E corner.
ALEXANDER FINLAY McDONALD.
October 8, 1910.
I'EACE  RIVER LANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Elizabeth Hltt ol Vancouver. B.C, mnrried woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted H miles south from where the -nth
bnse line crosses Benr river, nnd five miles
soutli nnd one mite enst from a post marked Frank Begg's north west corner, planted
on Grand 1'ralrle nnd Pouee Coupe wngon
road, nnd nbout .-mile north west Irani
south west end ol Swnn or Sucker Lnke,
thence HU chains soutli; thence H.I chains
west; thence HO elinlns north: theuce 80
ehalns cast to point ol commencement, containing 040 acres more or less. I'ost marked E.H. N E corner.    ELIZABETH HITT.
October 8, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notico Hint Frances Payne ol Brighton, England, married woman. Intends to
nppiy lor permission to purchase the lollowing described binds: Conimencing ut n post
planted p miles east and 13 miles nortli
from a point on the north bank of
Halfway river, about 20 chains south
of 60-Mlle post on North West
Mounted Police trail between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. C,
thence 80 chains east; thence 80
chains south; thence 80 chains west;
thence 8t) clinins north to point of commencement, containing 6.40 acres moro or
less.    Post mnrkod P.P. N W cornor.
FRANCES  PAYNE.
, September, 21,  1910.
i'EACE  RIVER LANI) DIVISION.
District of Cnrlhoo.
TAKE notice that John MucLenn ol Vancouver, B.C., salesman, Intends to npply lor
permission to purehnso lhe (ollowlng described lands: Commencing at a post piunted one mile nortii Irom a point on Hallway river at 116-Mllo post on Nortii West
Mounted Police trail, hetween Fort St. John
nnd Fort Oraham, B.C. thence HO ehulns
north: thence HO ehnliiB wosti thenee 80
ehnins south; Ihcnce 80 chains east to point
of commencement, contnining 040 acres more
or less.   Post marked J.M. S F. corner.
JOHN   MncLEAN.
September 19,  1UI0,
PEACE  RIVER LAM)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Louis
Schroder, of Vancouver, B. C, real
estate agent, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted on north bunk of Hallway
River ubout J-mile south ol (i-l-Mllc post,
established on the Northwest Mounted Police trail between Fort St. John and Fort
Graham, B.C., post marked J.L.S. S E corner. . Ihcnce 00 chains north; thenco HU
clinins west; thence about (it) chains south
to Hallway river; thence meandering said
river down stream in an easterly direction
lo point ol commencement, containing 480-
ncres more or less.
JOHN  LOUIS SCHRODER.
September 17,  11)1.).
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that John Ferguson ol Vancouver, B.C., real esluto broker, intends to
upply for permission lo purchase the (ollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 2 miles north and one milo cast
from a point on Halfway river at 06-Mile
post on North West Mounted Police trail
between Tort St. John and Fort Graham.
B.C., thence 80 chains north; thence HI)
chains east; thenco Hll chains south; thence
80 chainB west to point ol commeocoment,
contnining 0P> acres more or less. J.'ost
mnrked J.F. SW corner.
JOHN  FERGUSON.
September HI, 19J0.
PEACE RIVER  LAV-  'UVISION.
Disirici of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George Hell, of . an-
couver, B.C., manager. Intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post plant-
ed 2J miles south and one mile cast from
611-Mile post established on Police trail te-
twecn Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham. 11.
C, and about 2 miles south ol the Halfway
river, thence 80 chuins east; thence 80
chaias south; thence SU chains west; thenee
Hll chains north to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or iess. l'ost
marked G.B. N W corner.     GEORGE BELL.
September 20, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAX!)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Walter Wood, ol Vancouver. B.C., accountant, intends to npply
ior permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted _i miles south from 06-Mile post established oa the Police trull between Fort St.
John nnd Fort Graham, B.C., and S miles
south from the south bank of Halfway nver
thenee SO chuins east: thence HO elinlns
north; thence 80 chains west; ihenco 8n
chains south to poinl ol commencement, containing 640 ncres more or less. Post marked W.W. S W corner. WALTER WOOD
September 20. 1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Ivor Ferguson of Prince
Rupert, B.C, timekeeper, intends to apply
lor permission to purchnse the following described lunds: Commencing ut a post planted .1 miles east aad 2J miles south (rom a
point on north bnnk ol Halfway river, about 20 chains south of 60-Mile post on
North West Mounted Police trail, between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham,
B. C, thence 80 chains east; tbence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north to
point ol commencement, containing 040
acres more or less. Post marked I.F. N W
corner. IVOR FERGUSON.
September 21, 1910.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Georgia Webster, of
Colchester. England, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 3 miles east and lj
miles north from a point on Hallway river
about 20 chains south ol 60-Mlle post established on Police trnil between Fort St.
John und Fort Graham, B.C, post marked
G.IV. S W corner, thence 80 chaias north;
theuce 80 chains east; thence 80 chains
south: thence 80 chains west to point ol
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or Jess. GEORGIA WEBSTER.
September 20,  1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Frederick Edward Dent-
ley, ol Vancouver, B.C.. teamster, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted on north bnnk of Ilalfwny
river, near junction of Cypress Creek and
Hnlfwny river, about 60 chains south Irom
72-Mile post on Police trail, between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.
C, thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains west; thence about 60
chains    south     to   Halfway   river;
thenee meandering snid river down strenm,
In nn enstcrly direction to point ol commencement, containing 56u acres more or
less. Post marked F.E.B. S E corner.
FREDERICK   EDWARD  1IENTLEY.
September 22,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LANI) DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Barrett, ol
Vancouver, B.C, teamster, intends to apply
for perniission to purchase tho (ollowing
described lnnds : Commencing nt n post
plnnted 2 miles east and ij miles south
Irom i'.o-Mile post on Nortli West Mounted
Police trail, between Fort St. John nnd
Fort Graham. B.C., thenee M) .ha.ns cast:
theuee nbout 60 chains south lo Halfway
river; thenee meandering said river up
siream la a westerly direction to a point
ubout. -In ehains south ol initial post; ttienea
40 chuins north to point ol commencement,
containing 4HO acres more or less, l'osl
marked W.B. N W corner.
WILLIAM  BARRETT.
September 20,   1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Arthur Llnncll ol Vancouver, B.C., checker. Intends to npply for
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Comnieneing nt a posi planted 4| miles south and ono mile east (rain
the 66-Mllo post, established oa Police trail
between Fort St. .lohn and Fort Graham,
B.C, nnd about I miles south (rom Hnllway rivor, (hence 80 chains north; tiience
Hti ehalns easl: tiience SO chains south:
thence HO eliains west to point of commencement, containing 640 ncres more or less,
l'ost marked  A.I.. S W corner.
ARTHUR   i.INNELL.
Soptomber 20, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice tlmt Gerald Charles Peel ol
Vancouver, B.C., accountant, Intends to apply lor pormisslon to purchase lho lollowing
described lands : Commencing at a post
planted 2) miles south and one milo ,est
from (Ili-Milc posi. esfibllslied nn Police trail
between Fort St. Jolm nnd Fort Graham,
B.O., and 2 miles Miuth (rom llnlfwnv liver, thenee 80 chains south: theuce ho chains
west; thence 80 chuins north; ihenco H.I
elinlns enst to point ol commencement, contnining 640 acres moro or less. Post marked G.CP. N E comer.
GERALD CHAItI.ES PEEL.
September 20, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE ootice that Lillian Hall ol Vancouver. B.C, spinster, iniends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted on the south bank of Halfway river. 4
miles westerly from junction cf Cypress
Creek and Hallway river, thenco 80 chains
west; thence 80 ehains nortli; thonco about
40 chains eust to Hnllway river: thonco
meandering said river, down stream lu a
south easterly direction to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or
less.    Post marked L.H. S E corner.
LILLIAN  HALL.
September 2... 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Richard Charles
Edwards Miller, of Vancouver, B. C.
occupation salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted two
miles north from a point on Halfway River, at 66 mile post, on N.W.
Mounted Police trail between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. C,
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains cast, tbence 80 chains south,
tbence 80 chains west to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less. Post marked R.
C. E. M.'s S. W. corner.
RICHARD CHARLES EDWARDS
MILLER.
September 19, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notico that Charles Wilmont Vcy-
sey of Vancouver, B.C.. accountant, intends
to npply lor permission to purchnse the following described lands: Commencing al a
post planted 2 miles north from Junction
of Cypress Creek and Halfway river and about li miles north of 72-
Mile post on the North West Mounted Police trail, between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B, C,
post marked O.W.V. S W corner, thence Hll
chains nortii; thence H0 chaias east; thenee
HU chains south; thence 80 chains west to
point of commencement, contnining 640 ..c-
ros more or less.
CHARLES WILMONT VEVSEY.
September 22.   1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TA'KE notice that Charles Hanslip of Vaneouver, B.C, nccountnnt. intends to apply
lor iiermission to purchase the following descrihed lands: Commencing at a post planted IJ miles north .and 2 miles enst from a
point on north bank of Halfway river, about 20 chains south of 60 Mile post on
North West Mounted Police trnil between
Fort St. John nnd Fort Grnhnm, B.C,
thence HO ehnins north; thence SO chains
west: thence 80 ehnins south; thence 80
ehnins east to point of commencement, containing 640 ncres more or less. Post marked
CH. S E corner.
CHARLES  HANSLIP.
September 19,  1910.
PEACE IUVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Charles William Geiger
of Victoria. B.C., clerk, intends to npply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted :) miles west from where the 20th base
line crosses the Benr river, and one mile
west and A miles north from a post marked Frnnk Begg's north west corner, planted
on the Grand Prairie and Pouee Coupe wagon road and nbout 6 miles north west
Irom north west end ol Swan or Sucker
Lake : thence 80 ehnins south; thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 ehnins east to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less. Post
marked C.W.G. north enst corner.
CHARLES WILLIAM GEIGER.
October 7,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Joseph Francis MacKinnon, of Vancouver. B.C. salcsmun. intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lnnds: Commencing
nt a post planted on the south bunk of
Halfway river, about J-mile south and ono
mile east from mile post 66. established on
the Police trail between Fort St. John nnd
Fort Graham. B.C, thence 60 chaias south;
thence HO chains east; thence 80 ehnins
north to Halfway river: thenco meandering
said river up strenm In a westerly direction to point of commencement, contnining
S00 ncres more or less. Post marked J.F.
M. N W corner.
JOSEPH FRANCIS MacKiN-ON
.September  17,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice Hint Thomas Foster of Vancouver, ll.C, teamster, Intends to apply for
permission to purchnse the lollowing described lunds: Commencing at a post plnnted 1 mi:e west, from tlle confluence ol CypresB Creek und Hallway river, post marked T F N E corner; thenee S.l clinins west:
thence HO chains south: thenee about 60
chains cast to Cypress Creek; thence meandering said creek down stream in an easterly direction to a point nbout 40 chains
south ol initial posi: thenee nbout 40
chains north to point of commencomont,
contnining 600 ucres morc or less.
THOMAS FOSTER.
September 22,  1910.
PEACE  IUVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKF lotice that William Albert I etcher,
ol Vancouver, B.C., nccountnnt, IntendB to
npply Ior permission to purchnse the lollowing described lunds: Comnieneing at a post
planted on tho south bank of Halfway river about one mile west from (ill-Mile post
established on Police trail betweon Fort St.
John nnd Fort Graham, B.C, Post mnrked  W.A.L.  N E    corner,     thenee  Hi,   chains
south; thence 80 chains west; thence
about 80 chains north to Halfway
river; thence meandering said river
down stream in an easterly direction
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, moro or less.
WILLIAM ALBERT LETCHER.
September 17, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notice that Robert Lnwlcr, of Snn
Francisco, Oul., U.S.A., horseman, Intends
to npply for permission to purchase the lollowing dosorlbod lands: Commencing at a
post plnnted 11 miles nortii from a point
on the Hnllway river about 82 miles down
stream from the moutli of Cypress Creek,
thence soulh HO chains; tiience enst HO
chains; tlicnce north Hu chains; llience west
Sii ehnins lo point ot commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
ROBERT  LAWLER.
Sept.  29,   1910. JameB  Peltry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Herbert Gouldlng Wilson, ol Victorin, B.C., merchant, intenda to
apply lor perniission to purchnse the following described lands: Commencing at a post
piunted ii miles west und one mile south
from where the 20th base line crosses Bear
rlvcr, and one mile west and two miles
nortii from a post marked Frank Begg's
nortn west corner, planted on Grand Prairie
and Pouee Coupe wagon road, nnd 1 mile
south of tho Pence River Block conveyed by
the Province ol B.C., to the Dominion government, and about _ miles nortii west Irom
north west end of Swan or Sucker Lake,
thence HO chains south; thence 80 chains
eust: thence 80 chuins north; thence 80
chuins west to point ot commencement, containing 640 aores more or less. Post marked 11.(1.W.  N W corner.
HERBERT G0ULDING WILSON.
October 7.  1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tlmt John Henry Cocking,
ol Vancouver, B.C., manager, intends to apply for permission to purchnse the (ollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 40 chains north and 80 chains
enst of 6o-mile post on the Northwest Mounted Police trail between Fort St. John and
Fort Graham, B.C, north o( Hallway river
post marked J.H.C S W corner, tlicnce 8.
chnlna north; thence 80 chains east: thence
HO chaias south; thence 80 chains west to
point of commencement, containing 64o fcc-
rcs more or less. Post mnrked J.H.C. S W
corner. JOHN HENRY COCKING.
September 16. 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Clare Connors, of Vancouver, B.C, warehouseman, intends to apply (or permission lo purcliase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 6 miles south and 2 miles west
from where the. 20th base line crosses Bear
river, and il miles south from n post marked Frank Begg's north west corner, planted
on Grand Pruirie aad Pouee Coupe wagon
road, post marked C C N E corner, theme
HO chains south; thence HO chains west ;
thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains
east to point of commencement, containing
640 ceres more or less.
CLARE   CONNORS.
October 8, 1910.
PEACE RIVElt LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John SlevenBon ol Vancouver, B.C.. teamster, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at & post planted on the soutli bnnk ol Halfway river, about 6 miles north westerly from junction
of Cypress Creek nnd Hallway river, thence
80 chains west: thence So chains north;
thence about 40 chains enst to Halfway river; thence meandering snid river down
stream in a south easterly direction to
point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less. Post marked J.S. S E
corner. JOHN   STEVENSON.
September 23, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Samuel MacDowell, ol
Vancouver, B.C., hostler, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post planted about 2 J miles south from 66-Mlle post
established on Police trail, between Fort St.
Johi ind Fort Gralinm, B.C., and about 2
miles south of the Halfway river; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains west ;
thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains
east to point of commencement, oontalnlng
040 acres more or less. Post marked S.M.
N E corner. SAMUEL MacDOWELL.
September 20.  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Stanlej Davis ol Vaacouver, B.C., teamster Intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted oa north bank of Halfway rlvcr about
j-mile west and 50 feet south from 66-Mlle
post, established on Police trail betweea
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.C.,
thence 80 chains north: thence 80 chains
east: thence about 80 chainB south to Ball-
way River, thence meandering said river up
stream In a westerly direction to point ol
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less. Post marked S D S W corner.
STANLEY DAVIS.
September 19,  1910.	
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Philip MncLaren.
of Vancouver. B.C., real estate agent, la-
tends to npply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 3 miles north Irom Junction of CypresB Creek and Hallway River,
and north oi 72-Milo port on Police trail,
betwoen Fort St. John and Fort Graham.
B.C, post markod J.P.M. S W coracr,
thenco 80 chains north; thenoe 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains west to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JOHN PHILIP MacLAREN.
September 22, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt James McLeod ol Vancouver. B.C. foreman, intends to npply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post planted IJ miles nortii nnd 2 miles west Irom
n point on Hallway river, nbout 20 chains
south of Mile post 60 on North West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John and
Fort. Graham. B.C. llience HO chains north:
tlicnce 80 chains west: thence 80 chains
south: thence 80 eliains east to point ol
oommonoement, containing 640 ncres mora
ar less,   l'ost  marked J.M. SE corner.
JAMES McLEOD.
September 10,  1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Samuel George Spencc,
ol Vancouver, B.C.. manager. Intends to apply for permission to purchaso the following described lands: Commencing nt a poet
planted 2 miles north nnd one mile nost
irom a point on Hnlfwny rlvcr nt ',6-Mlle
post on North West Mounted Poliee trail,
between Fort St. John and Fort Oraham.
B.C., thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains west; thenco 80 chains south: thence
80 chuins east to poiut of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less. Post
marked S.G.S. S.E. corner.
SAMUEL GEORGE SI-ENCE.
September  19,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKF, notico that Alice Barrett of I.on
don, England, spinster, intonds to apply lot
permission to .purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted 3 miles enst (rom n point on Hallway
river about 20 chains south ot 60-Mlle post
established on Police trail between Fort St.
John and Fort Graham, B.C, post mnrkpd
A. B. S. I_. corner; thence 80 chains
north; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains east
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
ALICE  BARRETT.
Soptomber 20. 1910.
First Insortion above nollccs Nov. II).
; lNJJ   DISTRICT '''""T  CEORGE  LAND  DISTRII
Michael      TAKE  notion thnl   ,
b. o„ " ■ 'H1..- ''-s'\- s!
I",   I   G( 01    B,
il .,: eper,  intends    to
■ -ton to purchase the 11 nt.-d
ii ,i  inii Is: '""'   'J "
,  a post   planted   at ! '!,:''
■ oi Lot 3-5, Cariboo oh.i'n
chains; I .. r-io
FlIRT GEORGE  LAND  DI.ST1UCT. FOIiT   iii::'!
Disirici  ol Curiboo. Dint
Take notice tnat Lancelot Ashby, of Take   uotie
Duncans, !'..('., occupation rancher, in- Burns, ol Soi
tends  to apply lor" permission lo pur- occupation   I
chase ttie following described iands: f-PPb  for pet
Commencing at a post |.Unl ii about imi iwnig ...
s.'vcti uui.'.-; oust and one mile north ol Ui nmiencin
the iiortneusl t-ornor of lot  i'i:.. I ari- the B.  K. corner oi  Lot
boo  district, Ui-in- r_nninj> north 80 uistrict;     thence     wcsl
enains,   thence  eust tu cnainc, thenco thenco south 20 chains; more or loss,   .   ^ ,)(.   |;l;(i
soutn 80 chains, thenco west hd chains along   tiie   eastern boundary of Lot  ....
tu point of commencomont, conuiinin_! in.,, to the Fraser river; thence in a         fort GEori.U:
610 acres of land more or less. northeasterly   direction following the                   Disirici
Nov. li', liHii.     LANCELO'l ASHBY, meanderings of the Fraser river    to     take not!-, that
deelO-fbl          A. li. i-rasor. arjent. point   of    commencoment,  containing   Scauie, Wasu., uvii
-ii acres mor.' or less. !i,.-.ri!. *  in ml '" '
FORT CEORCE ' ""   DISTRICT ROBERT  MICHAEL  BURNS.       j,... ,| . ', ,.,' , "„' ,„
District oi Cariboo. December 21,  1910.                                -ast oi  ll    south ,■
Take noiioe that George Hughes, nf    timnci    south   so ,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION. PEACE  RIVER LAND DlVlmn.
Districl of Cnriboo. ,                Iiislriet ol Cariboo
TAKE   notice   that    I'homus   McIIujjh,    of TAKE notice thai  Constance Oli
\ ■ ,„..,.. ii.c. tumsii'i'. intends to npply of Brighton,   England,  marrio,.    ""'
for ,,crnusslou to pureiiase tne following doH- man     iKteaia    lo          ,   "      c'l   Wo-
i inus:   Commenc ng ul  u  imst  pintu ■   ,  .             ,             "..'iy   lor perm,.
,  miles cast  nnd 2)  miles soutn of Milo «'<>"  to  purchase the    lollowh,_
...si  nu mi Noun West  Muuuteu  Polico trail -™bp-   anU6:   Commencing al  n  ,„..    1Cs"
Fort  St.  John and  Fort Ornhani, '''.,'''.'",'!:",',''!?,';. Ml"1 fi mllos nortn fJ,   l"
' - s II   cornel
;\ . v, m m'.k.
DISTRICT
I.,n   I.
e    WCSt
.,   thenee   SO   clmins   nortli:    Ihenee    Mo    I""",1   "I1  Hallwuy   river,  „|„
i.ns   wcsl;   tneiee   about   60  clinins   south    K'"" '  '"   do-AlDi   post un   North  v. ,   •
Hallway   river;    thenco  meandering      ml    J!'1'   ''""'''  trail  botwoon  l.',,,-,  ,v ' ,   "
down  stream  in   mi-enst,-rlv   dirootlo
Fi
tiftihnm,  n.c,  tiir
i,nr.  2o chains wesi ol  initial thence    Si)    ohains    south'   then     "!:
post;    ihenoe    20    chains oast  to point of chains  cast;   thence  1,0   c'hnln.,,   S°
coinnien-cmeut,   containing  oW   tf_K._n.on> t_   point  flf   eammmZ^!SlnB  north
or Iras.    1'
corner,
September 20.   191
THOMAS   McMUUH.        */_ "< . w   vZ '"' less'     '   "
n   |,|M niuihen L'.U.W. N.E. corner
CONSTANI 10 OLIVER WA1	
September _".  mio. •'''■••
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  111\ 1S10N,
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  Flossie Cromlo of Van-
iouver, ll.C., spin Hi r, Intends tn applj
Victoria, B. C , occupitio-i cook, intends to apply for terniission lo purchase the following descrioed lands:
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND  Divlsif.
,.,.,,       District of Cnriboo. '
■'' '■    notico    thai   Cloorgo  McDowr
FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT
..ri  ni  ( ariboo
Take notice   thai    Frederick Taze-
:,   Somerset,  Eng.,   oc-
i   estate   dealer,   intends
; emission to purchase
■. m a posi planted at
ner of I). L. S42; thence
ins, more or less, to the
RttE   l.ANI)  I
TAKE no
Seattle.   V.
nj   lite
(leelll-f Hi. A. II.  i
Commencing at a pust planted about ,.     , „ ,
seven miles easl of tne northeast cor- '.
ner of lot 1024, Cariboo district, thence Oiipation  rei
south 80 chains, thonce east 8u chains; a •''■'  !0'
thence north 80 chains, Ihenee west »_ '     J
oliains to puint of commencement, con- ,' "'J   ,','
taining 610 acres of land more or less. '  ■'■ "   '
Nov. 17, M0.      GEORGE HUGHES, south ._ cna
noi'thei n    hi mndary   ot  D.    L.  1 i6Sl ;
thence wesi   80 chains; thence north
fort georce i ivn district      " 'lS chains, more or loss, to ti:e S.W.
Districl nl Cariboo corner of  1).   L.  842;  thence cast    80
take notice thnl  Esther Eillund ol Si chains    to   the   point  oi commence:                    ,                                                                                                                                         .,   .     i  , .,,        ,
f„Uamd?ft\, rn ission6lto°Sh,   '   "' Z men., una Containing 380 acres, more   ^     .____-____-£__    .V .'''.'  ... J£!_!     JAKB notie,    », J,in   |cCnllum o   Van-   ^nconvo,:   VX.   spinster,  iStend-T.^
lowbii  describod  lands:   Comm.    ing    i-.i   a or loss.      FREDERICK  TAZEWELL.           FORT CEORCE  ' I'm  DISTRICT.           ;'',;v ',07 p.r-nssio,   lo  i'-'i,'    th. follow-    crlbeii'lands:    Commonelw at '"""V'1'"
post    planted    ;i  miles  4,.:-..  , ,i   ;■   miles November  15,   1910.                                                       District ol I   riboo                       ii,.  described  lauds:   Commencing   u   n  post   ed   on   the   north   bnnl   ol   llnltwav   iii   ''
west of tho south east  cornel  of  I..''   I7ii7,        TAKE nan',   that   ii  rrj   I. Crowe of Se-   planted  nbout   A   miles  nortii   Irom  Junction   nnd aboul   l{  miles oasi   ol 01! Mil '
thence south    .11 chains;     Iheuci    wcsl    Su    F0RT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT    ntlle'   ;'"'.''"   I'-S.A..  manufacturer,  Intends   ol  Cypres.   Creek   and   Ilnllwny   run'    and    tho P :e trnil between Fort St    _r0hn"__.
chains: thence north   In elinlns;  thenci    east ...       .     ,    ..,,  to upph   lor pormisslon  to pur isc thi iol-    north  ol  72-Mile  post   on   thi    North   Wcsl    Fort   Grahame,   ll.C,   poat   marked   1. r-   _
B0 chains to  point ol comniencemcnt,   con- ,,         .'";,       ,.        ,,     lowing described  lands:    Commencing   nl    n    Mounted Police iruil. bclween Fort St. John   W,   corner:    thonoe    Xt)    ohm-
talnlng -20 acres ol land.    E.E.'s N B coi- Take  notice    thai   Stebbin   Russell,    post planted :) miles south ol th   southeast    and  Fort  Oraham    111'     thence  80   ChainB  ,,,_„-_ _n    „,c              enains   east;
ner. ESTHER  EDLl'iVD.     „r   London,   IO.  C,   Eng.,  occupation    lorncr of Lot   1707 thenci   north SO ehnins:   north:    thence  SO  chains  west;     tho   So   Z V        C,,a"ls •'0,lt,,;  tn61Ce ahout
' solicitor,   intends  to  applj   for    per-   "|X «J" ^"Jf-   , ',"•"'■,■ """''    »!   ehnins south; ihe.nco 80 ehnins rasi  10 polnl   « <;'1"1^  West    to   the Halfway rlv-
mission to purchaso the following de-  .Xm-'nccnnnu.  H. J   c.. s E come,.         '''-ZZZZZZZT'"- !".":r': ■'■""■ '!'  "IPIlfe m6andering snid rive
permisaion   to  pnronaso  tno   lollowing     dCB- Vanopuvor,   B.C.,  gentleman,  ■■,■...,
■!".'"''"'   '"''' cribed lands:    Commencing at n post plant- ply  for permission  to purohaso the  in"1''
" i'11,iii''i'r  ■ ei'    about   60    chains    north    und  '2 ''"-' 0-scribcd Innda:   Commonclng at 1
rWe-..; agenl miles  wost  from a   point   on    Hnlf- \ZZ ZiZ ZZ Z^   .mi"., )r' ^
 ■ way rivor,    about    20    chains    sot;tli vor noar  ..-Mil. nost on  .1?f «f*"*'11' rt-
1STR1CT. of 60-Mlle post,    established on   the Mouuted Polico trail, betweon Vort'si  n,"
'"■                , N irthwest Mounted Polioo trail,  be- ''"H|  '''""'  Oraham, B.C., thonce so rS1
piiuui.no,   01 ...    K, ,  St   Ju!u| aml Por,  gm|,ami  n. v.,".t.    thonco    In chains couth;    thtrn* J„
'"  i'l,;';'" •   1., tnence B0 chains wost: 1 ue SO chains ''ll1;',''l,', .'"lM:  thcnc,o   I" ohnlns south' 1',..
m to purchase 1I|||;     t|,enc„ ,su chains enst;     thonco    BU ^ ^aina cast;  thence SO dial mZ,"
' iniroenonR   ehnins north to pdinl of com nonmoni, ■ l'":''1  "' commence it, contnining  i... ,,!'
'''"'' ''''   ' " 1,1.nr.  1.1.1 11 res mon  or loss.  Post  murk-          """'' '"'  lM8'     l''""  marked 1; \i   ■' ',
[uZ ,'!:'", ..1 P.O. N.io. corner.                              so.,.'.m.,e.- •>-   imI.EOttnG Mc»».vhli..
pi   chains   to ELOSSIE  CROMIE. __.. !             ""  '   "'
,,,,, „„,, s''i;:;»;;:;,,^.^,lLAS|i liI...s!(iN          l,KACVSo}'AcVmiim
SS^Sn.      TAKE .ouKt l!?fe 1 Van- ViScr.0^^'   »« ^' »	
Nov. 30,   lili".
Ci.  ll.  Booeker, agent
FORT GEOROE   ' "'"  DISTRICT.
M
i'Hrict of Cariboo scribed lam HARHY J. (.howe. Mns M,.('Ai.i.   ,1     stream   in   a   north  westerly dlrec-
Commencing at a rust planted at ■■
tho N. 10. corner of 1). I.. 842; thence
soiti 1 08 chains, more or less, to the
northern boundary of D. L. 1769; take no
thence east su chains; tlicnce north 70 attic. Wash
c lains, more   or loss,  to the   right
TAKE nntiee thnt John
Jr.. ol Seattle, Wash., I'.K.A
agent, inieiuls to npplv (or permls Ion 1 1
purchase the lollowing dose -ib.-.l lands ;
Commonclng at n post planted I; miles
south and 2 mi!"s east nf the south n -1
corner of Lot 1707, thence norlh In chains;
thence cast Su chains; tnence south I"
ehnins:  thence  wesl   s" cl   Ins  10   point    0!   hanll   of   the     in,ver   Nechaco    river;
commencement,    containing   :_ res    ol  thence  following  the  meanderings  of
land.     J.T.M. s  S 0 e irn-r. ,, . .
JOHN THOMAS   MILLER, JR.      I,:"  said   nvcr  ' >'  streai.i   '"  a   wost"
Nov. 30, I'.nn.      p. 0. 11. B.dekcr! ng.'nt  crly direction  to the point of com-
FORT OEORilE  LAN'l)  DISTRICT.
Dislriel nl .
JOHN  McCALLL'M.      .;, „  l„ ,    ,„,     . »c---iij   uirec-
September, 2:i, 1010. won tojjoint of commencement, con-
OEORilE   i AND  DISTRICT.
1 ml   ..1
S.A.,   •
more ur less.
tin   loll
at  a    pi
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   1)1. ISION.
Districl ol Cariboo.
'i'AKE  notion that  Angus Cramb,  ol  Vnn
....1,1,   B.C.,  sin,lent.   Intends  lo applj    loi
; iiu 1 lands:   C lencing nt a 1 ost  plni l-
I   i I   m !. •  north  Irom  n  point  on     Halt
acres more or less
IIAVEROAL  OROVIli'
September   Iii,   I'lln. ''   '   "
PEACE   RIVER   l,\N'i'  nivis'io
Diatrlct ol Cariboo.
"AKE  notlci   that   Arthur  Wi    m   n.
I  Vnncouver,  B.C.. ..ecountani „   *'
tins
1, ni.
In Iwr.e 1
ll.C.   1'
'■   ior lu-rmlulon to purch   ■
tl.'scrlbed  inn's:   Commenci
led on  lhe south bank ol II
1     mil" in a  wnutwli   J
TAKE notice thnt Aon Mull 11. ol Sent!
Wash., U.S.A., spinster, intends to npi
fnr iiermission to purchnso the followi
described lands: Commencing at n |u
planted :i miles so'.t'i nnd I mil ensl
t.e south onst corner ni Lot 17(17, thei
north s, chains' thence west SO chain
ficnc.  south 80 chains; thence east SO chal
JELL.
li
District  of Cariboo .
Take notice that Guy Bidwell,   of  ',
Bromley,   Kent,    Eng.,     occupation  1
tn I'olnt of commencement, containing   i.lu  gentleman,  intends to
—"an,     a.m.,    i':-T'lrLM.;V]     mission to purch   ie tl.
ly for per-
illowing de-
11  Wesl   Mounted   1' -    :
Si.  John  nnd  Fort   Oial
su    chains  north;   thence
.-  ol Innd.   M.B.Cl.'s  '- 10 cornor.                chains  west;  thenco   >u chains south;  thence \,r. th-nee   I" ci   ,       ...i1,   .
MAE  B. OfiVNN.       SO  clinins  ensl   to  point.ol  commencement,   west;  tl m nbo :   SO chnlii
ov. ii",   into.        P. (1. II.  Bodeker, ngtul   containing  iil"  1 es   moro  or  less.      Post un   river;   thenee    mcnndei 1
■  FORT GEORGE  1 \ND  DISTRICT.                                                     ANGUS  CRAM1I. point  ol commencement,  Co
ii...,..,.,  0f Cnrihoo                           September  Iii,  11)10, res  more  or  li          Posi   n-
TAKE  notico th  I   I'hem   Flnmmer    oi E-   corner.      \l;'i'IHi;   v. 11
•ml:    V, ..I      U.S.A.. 1 inlne engineei'!  in-            I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION. September 2:t,   l'.iln.
mds  10  ..11.    loi     en I-  to   purchaso                       District ol rnril.no. ..." '"'	
ie   lollow    '   .1    "!"■'   !  nd.:    Commencing      TAKEnotice th.it  Samuel  Holt,  nt   Van- PEACE  RIVER  l.VNU  |
-  a [»i     planted al   lhe   norlh  n/esl  corner   oouver,  B.C.,  teamster,  ihlenoj   lo   ippiy tor ,                 Disirici  of Cnrlbi
1   purchaso   tin   lo lowii.      des TAKE notice  thnt  James   \
purmi-
O.   B.   li'ii'iir,  n_e:it
scribed lands
it
it
•ibed  I,
II
Commei
the tight
river,  a',,
.4 a post 1 lanted on   '
of th.   Lower Nechaco T'
1 chains north of the  v
northern boundary .>f
lience
District  n' Cariboo
TAKE  notice  ''1 1   Evn   Mao  Fleichei
Seattle, Wash.. U.S.A., married  woman,  in- i   Post  °"   !
tends to anply (nr    psrroissinn  to purchnso D.  L.   1755;    thence south  about    70   -
the lollowing described lands:    Commencing chains,  to the northern  boundary of
at a post  plnnted uiioi'l  it  miles south/and 1,     1      ,      ,1   . ,   ,,,     ,
one mile east  of  the south enst  corner   of ''   '"   J'""'   tnoncc    east   '"'   Chains,      .,
Lot  17H7, thenco south 8n chains;   ihenee thence north aboul   -'' .iiains to the   yici
east si) chains;    thonce north su   chains; right bank of the 1 .wer Nechaco riv-   Ior
m.M. Safnlng'1-.- ^'i'::1" yZyZZvi Z If"'"'0 ".""""''   th'' fmcan(lcrinS8   Z,
corner. EVA   MAE  FLETCHER. "'    thc    Ril"'    nvt1'  UP  Stream   in    a   jj'r'|
Nov. ii". 8910.       p. ii. it. Bodeker, agent northwesterly   ditection   to point of   'r'„
FORT P-npnt.-,  . STRICT. TJZ ZttZ^ lolf    '"^"^    32°   eV
District ni Cariboo acres, moie 01 iess.
TAKE notico thai  George 11. tinker of Re- GUY   BIDWELL.       ,;,„
nttle.   WoBh.,   U.S.A.,   real   estati   agent,   in-      November   15,   1910 rivi
of   Innd.   out
10   I'I, \MM 1011.       ■■-'
:  nost  plant ''"•" '"  \ Irtorin,  B.C., clorl
Kiver    ab- l''l   '"r  I'ormiaalon   lo   pure
om     junction "'' described  lands:    Comnii
rlvcr,  thonce jdantwl   ii   mil-    „    ■   and
inins    nortii : irom  w li ire   tin   2oth , 1.,. ■
r ."':   tl
iioint nl coi
1 mint, conl lining   ISO   ni
r  less,     i'ost   marked  s.ll.  S 10
SAMUEL   HOLT.
-.11
I" .   ih
ii'"" i   thenco   .'    mains    east  lo  po
com neement,  containing  r. I" aci 1
"i  lei  .     Post  mnrked  J. _.M. N K   0
J -MES M.iox \ni.i:i: Mcl.N'Ti
lends  to  apply   In"  perniission   tn   pur
tiie following described  lands:   Commencing ,,,,,,,„   ,.,.,,,,,.-,   ,  ,4--,   ,,,,,„,,,,.n,
nt a    post     plnnted  A  miles  south  and    l" |,(,l;'    GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT     ™   „-,,;.'
miles  west ot thn south  enst  corner  ol  Lot District   of   GaribOO                     ,-,.-    ;.,   ehal
1767, thence south JO chains: thei ist Ho Take notice    that  Henry  Arnholtz,   and coiitniniii
chains:  thence north -I" chains:   the:  west ,„• i,„,,i, „    1,-     i<       i,.,,„     „,,,„,.«„„
R0 chains to point of commencement,   con- '", !*'. n,l('":   ''■   ,( "    h-ng.,  occupation   ...
taining  112"   ncres  of   Innd.    (i.B.H.'s    N W solicitor,   intends   tn   apply   for    per
corner.                    GEORGE 11. BAKER, mission to purchase tiie following de
Noi'. :i". I'.ilii.       P. O. It, Bodokor, agont scribed  lands'
Ui    purchase  lhe  lollowing PEACE  IUVER  LAND  DIVISION.
.' mi nencing ut :.  post His'.,, t ol Cariboo,
middli   ol  1!,.'  north bound-      TAKE notice Hint  Murdoch  Matheson,   ni
m's apolientlon ti purchnsn.   Vnncouver,  i;..'.,  teamster, Intends to nin ly
Bouth;    thence  52    clinins   for 1  rmlssloi   tn  purchnso the lollowing des-   -
du    south   ol   iouth   nisi   cribed  lnnds:   Comtydhclng at  n  post  phial PEACE  RIVEU  LAND  DIVISION
I'R:   '■  '    IO ehnins   ed near Hie junetlpn'-of C'j'press Creek   .and Diatrlct of Cariboo.
ol     Low r  Si   1   n   Ith ;• :    Hnllwaj  river and nboul  bu chains south ol      TAKE  noti 1   that   Kate   llnv ol  London
ong   ■. '1. oi s.i,1    7'.' Mil,,   post   eslaWUhod   on   the   Northwest   Englnnd,  spinster,  intends  to  appl    Io per-
1     . thi   uorth  .', st cornor    Mounted Pollen ir.il botweon Fort  St.  John   mission  to purchase the (ollowlng    li-cribe.
11]   licatlon  i"  purchaso;   and   Fort   Grnhain,   thence   I" chains  south;   lands:    Commencing    at   n  poat  1     led  3
Ins    east:    theuce  about    Su   miles ensl  Irom  _  point  on  Hallwav     ■
, Hi'leenv rlvcr; ihcnce mean-   aim.a   20 chains  south  of  80-M I   ....
North   West   Mounted   Polico   in. I    between
Fort   St.  John    and    Fort  Oraham, HX'.,
thence sn chains cist; thonco 80 cl linnouth
liains   weal:     thenc.   SO    ■■ 1 '■«
-  stream   111  a  we
I  commencement,
are or less. Post
I    M.  Ingram's    applh
lience  bo i" 5 ! chnlfis  to  ti.  West    cor tin    SO  cli
>'   ol   -!;'l   ..;,'' lion   to   1,1.11" .1 .1:   thenci ehnins north
1.,n'   ni  commencement, dering  snid
■ ires more or less. direction   to
CONRAD   i'WHO .SIO.'O tabling   ISO
Arn.' Danielsen. agent cd M.M. NW corner. then
CARIBOO  LAND  DISTRICT. 0   ,    .,      MURDOCH  MATHESON.      north  to   point   of  commencomeni
Dislrict  oi  Fori   George ' °ept.  --.   i-'i". Ing  oln acres  more  or  less.    Pi I   marl
• AKE notice    tlmt I,    Willinm'Hardwick PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION. K-H. N W e„n.-,• K VIE HAY
Comm. nr'UK   at   a  post   planted  at   Harrison,  ol   Vanco ver,   B. C.   prospector, District ol Cnriboo. September 2",   1910.
the i  post on the western boundary   Intend
FORT GEORGE  1 l^'D  DISTRICT.
District  ol Cariboo
TAKF   notice   that   Robert   Evans,   of   S.- of ]).   {_,.  ,'.,.1,   thence  west 80  chains"'    Lnn(is,  '
Zii i..slpe,.,u'-s_io; to1™;,,"1.;_:!s nl" thfill('i'uorlh m ch?tns; thenf c«st10 ZZZZ
lowing described lands:   Commencing   at   n chains,    more  or  less,  to the    iij,'ht   1 in    soutl
post  planted a miles south    nnil  l_   miles bank  of  the   Lo\.er  Nechaco    river ;   markcu  " 1
west of tue soutn onst corner of Loi   1707. tbcr.ee following the  meanderings   Of   s" .'I    '
tlicnce     norl 1      -0   chains;     thence   enst     S" ,, .,      ■ , '. no"!'1    .11   e
chains;  the  Bouth  Si) ohnlns:  theuce west tne  Baid   river    flown   stream    in     a   ,.., ,,,,  ,    ■
SO  ehnins  to  point   ol  commencement,  con- southeasterly   direction   to   tho   N.W. ".''I.l
talnlng ill" acres ol  land:   R.E.  SW cor- cornerof I).    1,.    841;  thence     south      Lo-ntrd .
Nov.  SO,   101". P. o:T..o_e-,..AM*'n1 ,;1",:|t ~'  chflinS  f" ,i!C    nt  °f mia-   ' ('Ai;
 _  mencement, and containing li-'i acres     ,,M,-..   '"
I*'""   '   '""■:;■'.  LAND DISTRICT. inure or less.
Districl  ol C riboo t|v
TAKIO   nntiee   thai   George   Seoble,   of  S.
il"
ssloncr   of     TAKI-.  notice  that William  (ioorge PEAGE RIVER LAND D1V
; , ','.,,■".'   Eraser,    of  Vancouver, B, ('.,   team- Dlstrl6t*ol Cariboo
''"""'   .'    a*     _4._       :„4 1-        ...  1-       l : .. -IMI.t.       :....        ...    .
■t   1  post "plnnt-- nt ster, .intends    to    np|>lv   for permls- TAKE notice    thnt    Charles Shnnger,  ol
cr ol Lot 2RS7 nnd sion  to purchase   the following   .lc- Champaign, Illinois,    U. S. A„ rall-
south  gcribed Inn.Is: Commencing at a post roa(l engineer, intends to apply   '"''
th.nee   ,,(,;..t.-.l on  north  bnnk  oi    Halfway   river, permission  to purchase the following
near       conttuenccn|   of       Cypres     Crick descrihed    lnnds:    Commencing   nt a
chaias :   Hi
i.WI   HARDWICK   HARRISON.
liains        sou
liettt 'I 11    Fi
1 nf
West   Mounted   Pol
1     ''"   post  planted .1 mllos east and j-mlle nortli
;   ,,,        .|,n:,     'r"'ii  ■'!  I" ni  Halfway  River, about   '-"
"'ii-   elmins south  nf ii" Mile  poet established on
Fort   fi
t I. S
('
A. it..J
nttlr. Wash.,  U.S.A.
applv  for  permission   to  uiircliu
lowing described   I in I.:   C immi
post plnnted  IJ    mil- 4    - uith
east of the south  ensl  corner n
tlicnce     north     '"  cbni is;     thi
eliains;   thence  Booth   1	
So chains   to   poi  t  ot cini      u-
talnlng 020 nt ri ■. oi ip b '
GEORGli
Nov. 30,   I'.Hu. P. 0,   il.   Im
■■iiveii'"".
1. in.li
I illovi
PORT  GEORGE   i A.ND   IH !TRI( T
I):: triet ol Cariboo l:: M's '■
Take 1 otico   thai    Frederic Byrde, '"",'    '  ,
of Loud 1 »,  Englan i. occupation min- cm ■
in"   engineer,   Intends lo   apply tor     boeni I
i ermissi m to pi rchasc tho following
'■   Jolm   nnil   t-ort  Grahnni, Police    trail     between  Fort  St.  John   nnd
-','„      ,. ,.;. |V .'  '   ','.   .,,,.'    ','  ,'','.'', ":,   ;''""''    . K';1'1   Grnl""n-   B-C,   post  mnrked  C.S.  N K
and   1: -  Mac- chaina  east,    henci   about   0"  chains  south corner,    llieni
,    ,;  engineer, 1''   Halfway   rlvcr,    llience  meandering  -.hi
.  oner   ol '''•''' "" sl'vani  In n  westerly  direction    lc
id   bounded n« r,    ■""'   '"   !" ■    l'osl   mnrked  W.G.F.  S "                            ni .in.ios simnoi-'i,
' t  I'll"' !   ni W, comer.                                                      Se. tember 21,  1010
i"d "}!IP!V,di s; WILLIAM GEORGE FRASER. ■ — =	
'',"    north1"«.. s'':'''':"  -: '.   HMO,                                                   PEACE   'HVIOR  LAND  DIVISION.
ins   -st;     tbencc   s.
clinins south;  thence  BO clmins east;  thenco
nortii to point ol commencement.
ill" acres  more or less.
PEACE   I,
.1
.   II.   Harrii v.
.11  DISTRICT.
FORT GEORI 10   LAN n  DISTRII  I'.
TAKE notico thnl  .M ni,  .1
Wash.,  U.S.A.,  1 imbi-rmnn,
ply  ,V,r    permission   to  p ir 1
(ng described lands:   C immci
ii'.nnti'l a mlb s Bouth 11 id   I
the  Binth  east   corni r ol   l.o
north Sn chainB : 1	
ilie-ee    south   80  c   lb
chains tn  poinl   ol comm*    1
Ing 040 acres ol land.   M.-'
-t
t immenc ng el a
"•M ten chi , ivei of the rl| hi
ink of i'. ■ Low 1 v' chat 1 river and
iou1 80 chaii - ivest nm 80 chains
rth of tl ■    .   on  tho western
Hindi ry of 1).  I .  811;  thenci   weBt
;  i hi ncc   soul h    BO .bain;;;
,       ' ,,     . .  thence easl  80     hains; 1 hence north
1   sn su (■;,,., .,    ),, j,,,,,,. , 1 commencement,
■""■'.'.■,,  ' ■'''"'   and containing   CIO acres,  more   or
MARK 'judT)'."''  less' FREDERIC   BYRDE.
Nov. 30, mi".       p, ti. 11. ,,.,,.,_,.,■. n..,. it     November 15,  1910,
sn
RAE   MnrCLINl'ON.
FORT OEoo
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT. PORT  GEORGE   I VND   DISTRICT
District  of Cariboo. ni,      ,„„,,, '      ,.'!'Uv
TAKE notice that  John S.  I'orkv   nf Se- District   ol   Cariooo                    Vanco
attic Wash..  U.S.A., renl catnle ngonl, hi Take    m tice    that    Fronlt     Rrnest   :"   'I'I
tends to npply for permission  to  purchase Graham  li rry,  of Vancouver,  II, ('.,   i   '"'"
the  followin';  described   lands:     Cnnimeiiclni! ,                                                       •          ,           "
at 11   post  planted  nl   the south  en 1   eirne. "'    ,''11"'    etiKineer,   llltonds   low :
of Lot  I..^7. the ].". north S" elnlni' t'lcncc '" •'■>'•  for  permission  to  purchase   ^ '-  '
east 80 ohalns;      llienci   south    »n   c.liaiioi : thc following  described   lands:                  '    '   '
thence    west    SO    chains   lo  poinl   ol   com       Com .ehi"     al      n     1    olnntod    '■
mencement,   cooi.nlnlnc    li-lu ucres ol   land 1     .—,,    .                 .'       .           ■   .             '
j.S.P.'s s W corner.                             ' ''","1   '   chains west and 80   chaina mencot
JOHN S, PERKY north of the   1  posi  on the western
Nov. 2s, mi".       p,  | i ,, ,.(1 boundary of D. I„ 841, on the right
Locnted
liistrict ol Cariboo.
.ND  DIVISION, 'I'AKE notice  thnl   Percy  William  Evans nl
i)   '    I oi Cnrlhoo. Vancouver, B.C.. manager, Intonda to appl)
"> "■ K nol ■    ■    I Mali   m mii.it ni  Em lor permission t" purchaso tho lollowing des
in ci-''..   I"'.. .   ■...', •■!  woman,    Iniends cribed lands:    Commencing :.t n post plnnl-
to applj   I " i ■ ■ r.. ......  a. purchase ti. Inl- ed   I   mile  norlh   and   I   milo  wesi  from  .
lowi   ■   '.    ribed 1   ids:   Commencing   al    n    I"   on the  Hnllwaj  River nl   mi-Mile not
i" ■    ilnnted .. mill    nasi  and     Mile  nortii established on  Police trail  between Furt St.
from   t t    on   Halfway   uver. ;!"•!",.'"^ ,!''"1'1 "m,am' "■''" J1"?1 n"lrt:'1
,   .„,                          ,,        .-  ,.    ,,., I'.W.E.  s 10 oorner,  t hi   sn ninlns aori
ab011'  -"   chains    south    of   60-Milo ,i„„,, ..,,   ohn|lw   u,.sl.     ,„,s,,""',. ..
post,  .'a    North    Wesi   Mounted    Po- south:    thonce    SO clnlns ensl  to point ol
Pen trnil, between  Fori  St.  John nud  Fort oommoncoment, ~onlnIulng  ni" noroa   n	
Oraham,     ll.''..     thence    80  chains  nortli: or less.             PERCY  UI I.I.I \ M   EVANS.
llience  Sll    ehnins    onst;  Hint    SO   chains Septcmbor 10,  I'.ilu.
n '      thence   Ho   ehnins   w.-st   to   polni   ol
comm'tieoinnnt,   containing  0.0  ncres    moro I'lOACIO  RIVER LAND  DIVISION
ur lis .     I'nsl   Mnrked  I,.)'   SW corner. Dlslriel  nl r,, •
„,                 l.l^HO   SIIANOEIt. ,'I'AKIO   iniCv   ,!,:„   |,,,iV       r,,„   nl   Vnli-
•  Soptci r 21,  HU". couver,   It.c.  clerk,   intends   lo  apply    '"r
permission   lo   purchnsn  tho  lollowing    dos-
I'lOACIO lin'ER ' wi DIVISION. ""lied hinds;   CninmcncbiD at n posi plnnt-
Dlstrlct ol Cnrlhoo. ',| on south  banlt  ol  llnlfwnv  river,   about
,     Tnl.e notico Hint   Donnbl Cramb of   Van- ■'' "i"'" westerly  Irom Junction of   Cypress
,    j   couvor,   B.C.,  student,  Intends  lo npply   for Creek  nml   Ilnllwny   river,   tin    I" chnlnB
:'. :,,,„.,.',,  r'nnds  ror   permission  to  mirclmso  lho  (nllowii\     des s'""1'      thence  SO  ohnlns  wosti    tlici  k"
t   for coal  i nil in-lro    ''''''""'  l',,,','i:   Commencing nl  u poll   plant- chains north;   I In-nee nboul IK) clinins enst to
,  |.11Hj   ,',(,,, „|,|  id,'fol    cd   I','   miles  north  and  2  mllos  w.si    Irom Unlfwaj   river:  thnnco mennderlng snid  river
i  ,i„i'..| •,,,.   n   polnl  on  Hallway  river,  nbout   2U clinlt-i down  stream  iu  nn nnslprlj   (IIrection  to    i
smith of mil,, pool  fin on Norlh IVn I Monti Point  ol commencement, containing   I*" "'"
I'eil  I'ollee irall,  between  Fori  St.   lohn nnd ''"'  ninrn  of  less.     l'osl   markod   ll.H.   n |,;
Fori  flrnhnm,   ll.C,  po-:l   nmrkeil  fl.C.  BVh "orner.                               DAVID   IIIIRTON.
,,  Om  poinl  uf rn,a    corner,   11,111.1   sn elinlns  north:    tlicnce   .   ' ..cplombcr '-'.'l.   I'.Hu.
II.   Iln-i'isnn, >t_M    ZZZtl, b li)'acres'"11',',',r• 'or'less.'"'' "",n'' PKACE   IUVR"   '-AV"  DIVISION,
DONALD CRAMB. Districl of Cnriboo.
t ml er  10,  1910. TAKE notico thnl   Artiim Russoll ol   Vnn
,   B.C.,  superintendent,  Intends lo
IV.   II.   I-I.r
,:  11,
CARI11   n   1  ',- 11   DIK'
l)i.trli-i     f   Fori   .:.-
' 0        1.  John F
'RIC'l
1,1 ..,., 1,1 ,1,1.'
    nisTiucT. inf11" °'   thte Lower Ncchnco    river; CARinoo LAND DISTR1C
, ,. ... tnenco   west to   enains; thence north in triei ,,: Porl (1 xr,
TAKE notlci   that Mr.rv i-.i!..'Lnnien.chl.,    l,l)    chainn;     tlicnce    .'.";'   II    chalnn.      TAKE notice I'ml   I, John Frnnk nindsnc,   Cariboo   Lnnd District,    District ol  Onrlboo   !.!v   .'"'....l,'."n,"1.si".". >•«. I»'''objt««  the.  foil
tn    I bo    1:
ig describod lands:   Commonclng nt
C     l.'.'.V!
'.'.'in " 1
iwn   stream
1   '1   11 "   poi
1i". said   1
ontherly  _
VUWK  RRNEST ORAHAM BERRY
nt     November 15   1910,
First ins.iii.jn -Un,
Loci I
I'i r ' In
( .,  n.i'i'i- en: '.  hl.etKl     TAKE notice  thai   Annie  Helen  Camnboll,
'    - n1' loner nf i, nds for ol Vancouver, ll.C, mnrriod wmnan, Intends ,. ,        ,, .. ,,
     '."     "i    "I   id   ■ in  npi.ly  for  pern on   lo   olmao     tho '  '' .""„'"'  ll,"";;:,v ,"\"' o ZZZ ' ','•'
of  Ir- led  ■     fnl followin-  tlescrlbed   Inn-'s'     C.mmenolnii  nl ""  :s"'1'   "'""   Mounted     Police  trail,   '
'.  '1  "■'•  i'i  "I "i    .' a post plnntod ,,t thoNW corn?" Lot .11 ,w"""  l'"rl  St...Iphn  and Fort (Iralinni.  H;
■   ',   ind  ■■ '    ■■'  ,1 Flt.'s Ihenco north  Su    eliains;    thence wcsl    -10
■i"1'  So ■  ■ el'.ins; thence soutli HI chains:  then. nsl
'•■i"1' i""'      "   chnlna; lollow hg    lho  north  bnnk of  ihe   Noclmco , ,;'. '" '       ,
1   , ,  ,„  ,'., .„    , ,„.„„„ |;i,.M. ,„ „„;,„ „, oommcnccmcnt,   und   oon- ,.:""!.': ",|n-i10™ moro '"' 1™»' 'oat """1
ii"1:   FRANK   BLEDSOE. mining ;jiJ0 rif-rp« moi  less "■• "• h- E, corner.
W   II.  H rrlBon, ngont, ANNIE  HELEN  CAMPBELL. ADAM RUSHELI-
I-'),  1010, Si'i'i, Kth. 1'lli! IV.   \. Johnson, ngent      September It), 1010,
pl.inli'il   I   mile nnrth and i miles west lo
c, ilu'iii'c SO ohnlns north: thonoo 80 oli'd
West; llience SO elmins soulh; tlloncii '
ni'is ensl   in  point  ill enmnieiiecment,
1.4.1 ill.       I'I   ,1 .'I, ,1,1
/
Fir 1 Incorllon ;il„.\'i.' notlcou Nov. I'Jth
l''ii".L ill .ci tl,.in abui,.' notice. Nov. 1'.'. fruary 21, 1911.
FORT GEORGE HERALD.
lEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT. I'EACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.
_____     notice     that     Jack     Sweet      TAKE   notice   that   Alvin   Grant    of
Vancouver,      B.    C,      occupation Vancouver,  B.  C,  occuiiation Engraver,
yer,       Intends       to      apply       for intends to apply for permission lo pur-
fnl-sion  to  purchase    the  following C|iase    the    lollowing descrioed  lands;
Bribed  lunds;  Comnieneing at a post Commenolng at u post planted ubout 22
Rto.l ubout eight miles West and one lniles  west  und   one   mile  suutli  ol   tlio
' '    soutlieast corner ul  tbe  Dominion Guv-
soulb  of  tbe
soutlieast corner  of
Mm Dominion  iloverniiii-nl Resevve, and ,.rninont Reserve, Iii till, vielnily ot Cut
■t   five   miles   north   of   the   Upper
Pouee Coupo  Kiver,  and  marked  "■>■*>■■
-FMrV.   oorner,"    thenee   oast   SU   chains,	
thnco smith  SD oliains,  tbence west su onains,  llience
Hank River,  a tributary  oi   I'lne River,
und   marked     "A.   G„     N.   IS,   corner,''
thence soutli 80 chains, tbe.nee west 80
nortli   5U   cnuins,   tiience
chains,'ll" n.'o   norlh   81)   eliains   to   tbe  -aBt  80   -lwins  to   th
        ' containing
»t of commencement, oontalnlng 640
acres i v or loss.      jack swisjit,
Jonatiian Qraham, Agent.
8»pL  liltb,  1910.	
"^HicE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
■TAKE milioo tbat  lOvn  Elliott uf Vun-
'tMWnr,   li.  C.  "oouiiutinii  stenographer,
■is to apply for permission to pur-
HH   the   following     doscribed     bin.Is:
(jMtneiicIno,   ul   n   post   piunted   ubout
■dill   nml   ii   ball'   milos   suutli   nml   nine
ll|_.    wost   nl    tlio   suiitboast  curner  of
fiMrDuiiiiniuii Government Reserve, and
'^It six miles  in u westerly direction
the nortli  end of Swan  Lake, und
•k.-.l   "10.   10..   N.   W.   oorner,"   llience
su ohalns, thenoe smith 80 eliuins,
ftice west 80 clinins, thenoe north so
Ins  to  tbe  point  of oommenoement
[talnlng (ill) ucres more or less.
EVA ELLIOTT,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
it.  12th, 1310.
nielieenionl
less.
uoint.    oi
lilu   acres
euni-
more
Sept.   Kith,   11)10.
\LV1N  GRANT,
William Radley, Agent.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. .
TAKE notice that Alexander Smltn.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Engineer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following uescnoeu
lands: Commencing at a post plunteu
about eighteen miles west and four
miles south of the soutbeust corner ol
the Dominion Government Reserve anil
marked "A.S., N.E. corner," thence west
80 chains, tiience soutli 80 chains, llience
oast 80 chains .thence north 80 chains
to tbe puint of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER  SMITH,
Jonathan Graham, Agenl.
Sept. 5th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT. PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Johannu Sutherland      TAKE   notice   that   Herbert   Eawaru
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Married Read,  of  Vuncouver,  B.  C,  occupation
Woman, Intends to apply for permission Steward, Intends to apply for permission
to   purcliase    the   following    describee to  purchase    the    following    describee
lands;    Commeneing at  a post planted lands:   Commencing  at   a  post  planted
about nine and a hair miles south and about twenty miles west and six miles
nine miles west of the southeast corner sou.h  of  the  southeast  corner of    the
of   the   Dominion   Government  Reserve Dominion    Government    Reserve,    and
and   aboul  six  miles  in  a  westerly  dl- marked   "H.l_.i..,   S.W.   oorner,"   tnence
rection   from   tbe  north    end   of  Swan east 80 chains, thence north  80 chains,
Lake, and  marked "J.  S.   SW   corner' thenee west 80 chains, tbence soutli SU
thence  nortli  80 chains, "tbence east SU chains  to  the  point  of commencement,
eliains,   tbence  soutli  SO  chains   tbence oontninlng 040 acres more or less,
west   80   chains   to  the  point  of  com- "'■'""""'"   '""»'> ■'> "
mencement,  containing 640  acres  more
or less.      JOHANNA SUTHERLAND.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910.
[I'lOACIO  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
■TAKE notice lhat Vanco Cline ot
Tnoouver, B.C., occupation Machinist,
Eon.Is to apply for permission to pur-
iaso tbe lollowing described lands:
pniinenclng at a posi iilanted about
lly miles wesi and eight miles SOUtb
the soiilbeasl corner of the Dominion
bveiiiinent Reserve, in tlle vicinity ot
Bt Bunk Itiver, a tributary of Cine
|ver, and marked "V. C, N.E. corner,
s soutli  80 clinins,  tbence west  80
PEACE   RIVER   Li_ND   DISTRICT,
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Michael Mulrony,
of Vuncouver, B. C, occupation Wireless Operator, iniends to apply for perniission to purcliuse tbe following described lanus: Commencing at a post
plumed auout elgnieen nines west anu
tour miles soutn ot the soutlieast comer
of tbe Dominion Government Reserve,
In Hie vicinity of Cut Bank River, a
tributary of Pine River, and markeo
"M.M,, N.W, corner," tnence oust tu
eliains, tbence soutli 80 eliuins, llience
west 80 eliains, llience north so cbains
to tiie poini oi oommenoement, containing (iiu  aores  mure ur  less.
MICHAEL   MULRONV,
Jonathan Graliain, Agenl.
Sopt,  6th,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  David  McCulg,  ol	
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Engineer, I'lOACIO RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
intends to apply for permission to pur- District of Cariboo,
chase the following described lanus: TAKE notioe that Charles Ludliope of
Commencing at a post planted about Vancouver, B.C., occupation Printer in-
eighteen miles west and four miles tends lo apply for permission to pur-
south of the southeast corner of tno ohase the following described lands'
Dominion Government Reserve anu Commencing at a post I planted about
marked   "D.M.,    S.W.    coiner,"   thenee twenty miles west and two
north  80 eliains,  tbence east SO  cbains,  uf Hu
miles soulh
iillionst oornor of Ibe Dominion
llience soutli 80 clmins, tbence west su Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
cbains  lo the point of commencement   —   ,.    .    ..
euutuinlng 040 acres  more or less.
DAVID  McCAlG
Cut Bank Hivor, a tributary of Pine
Rivor, and marked "C. L., S.W corner"
thence north so eliuins, thence east SO  we„l, ",.  ",lia!"-,0t',,>l'e ,y,.,"u  uL    ,:'""
HERBERT   EDWARD  READ.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LjYND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notioe that Prank Harris of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Reporter,
intends to upply for permission to purchase the toilowing descnueu lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 24
miles west and one mile south of the
southeast corner of the Dominiun Government Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut
Bank Itiver, a tributary of Pine River,
und mnrked "P. H„ S. W- corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence eust 80
ohains,  thence  south  SO  chains,  tlicnce
Sept. 6th, 1910.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent,   clmins,   tiience  soutli  .1)  cbains,  tiience  mencement   containing   040   acres  more
'PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Agnes Douglas ol
Vanoouver,H.C..oecupatiun .Nurse, intends
to apply for permission lo pureiiase the
toilowing described lands: Commencing
at u posi planted about eigtiteen miles
wost and eigul miles suulh uf the southeast coi'iier ol ilie Dominion Government Reserve, In the vicinity uf cut
Bank Rlvei, a tributary of Pine River,
and marked "A, D., S.W. corner," llieiioc
km i
1st
penoi'liion
less.
tyil. 5th,
■PEACE
IT A K10
co  norlh   80   chains,   thence   north  Su coains,  tnence easl  SU cbuiin
I'lli
l'JIO.
RIV E
instil
is   to   the  point  of  oom-
iiiitaining   640   acres   more
VANCE CLINE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
i ui
thai
LAND   DISTRICT,
ilboo.
tbence soutn SU onains, tnence west tu
chains tu the puint of commencement,
oontalnlng  04U acres  more or less.
AGNJDS   DOUGLAS.
Jonathan Graham, Agenl.
Sept. Dth, 11)10.
I'EACE   RIV IOR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl  of  Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  David  B.   Martin,
uf Vancouver, B.C., occuiiation Engineer,
intends to apply for perniission lo purchase   the    lullowing   described    lands:
Commencing ai a post  planted    about
eighteen   mlles  .west   and   luur   nines
south of the southeast corner of    the
Dominion   Government     Reserve     ano
marked   "D.B.M.,   S.E.   corner,"     tbence
west 80 chains, thenee north 80 chains,
tiience easl  80  cnuins,   llience  south   Su
oliains  lo  the  point  uf oommenoement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
DAVID  B.   MARTIN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  5th,   1910.
west 80 eliains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
CHARLES LUDHOPE.
William Radley, Agent.
Sepl.  Kith, 1910.
ur less.
Sept.   16th,   1910.
FRANK  HARRIS,
William   Kajlley,  Agent.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Richard Henry
McMillan of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Printer, Iniends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands; Commencing at a pusi
planted about three miles south and one Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
mile wesi of the southeast corner of tbe Cul 1;ank River, a tributary ot Pine
Dominion     Government     Reserve,     and  River, and marked "H. G., N. E. curner,"
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Harry Grimmer of
Vancouver, B. C, occupalion Gentleman,
intends to apply for permis_sion to purchase the toliuwing descriped lauds;
Commencing at a pust pli_nted uoout
IV 1-2 miles west and 12 miles soutn of
me  soutlieast corner    of   tne Dominion
about seven miles nurth uf Swan Lake,
and   marked   "R.   H.   M.,   N.W.   curner
thence
cbains,
soutli  SU cbains,   Ihenee west 80
ihenco   norm  80   enains,  tnence
thence  easl  80  chains,   thence  suuth  SO  east   SU   eliains   tu   the    poinl.  of    coin-
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 eliains to the point of commencement,   containing  640   acres  more
Itoin
Dnnni'
Igbi"
Herbert Robinson
Now Yuri; City, occupation Merchant,
,,in>  im permission to pur-
toliowlng   described    lands:
ni   n   post    planled   ubout
- west and Iwo milos south
corner of the Dominion
Reserve, in the vicinity uf soutn  ui
ilver,  a   tributary   of   Pine
" I",I "11. R., N.E. comer,"
4ii  oliains,  tbence west SO
o  nurth  SO  ehnins,   tiience
ns  iu  the  poini   of   com-
tontalnlng   oio acres more
1ERBERI   ROBINSON.
William Radley, Agent.
11*10.
litil
ACE   RIVElt   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
k'10 notice iliut Alfred Graham of
ouver,  B.C., occupation Broker, into  apply   for  permission  to  purine    lollowing   described    lands;
lencing   at   a   post   planted   aboul
!   inilos west and  Iwo miles soulh
southeast corner of the Dominion
nment   Reserve,  in  the  vicinity  Of
I.nnk   River,   a   tributary  of  Pine
. und marked "A. G., N.E. corner,"
•   south  80 chains,  Ihenee wesi 80
s .thence north  so clinins,  thence
mi  chains   to   the  point   of   coni-
PIOACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Districl uf Cai iboo.
TAKE nolice lhat Ediui Albtilt of
Vancouver, B. C, uccupaiion _,lariieo
Woman, intends to apply for permission
to purcliase Hie lollowing descrioed
lands: Commencing at a pust planted
about eight miles west ami twn nines
lue southeast eorjuer ol tue
Dominion Government Reserve, and
abuul lour miles norlh uf the Upper
Pouee Coupe River, and markod "__. A.
S.i^. corner,' tnence west SU chains,
thence sotiiu Su enains, thence easl 8u
chains, llience nortn Su chains to ttie
point ut commencement, and cuntaining
040 acres mure or less.
EDi'i'il  ALBCTT,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  13lh, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thai Cyril Ames of Van
couver,  B.C.,  oecupatiun   Clerk,  Intends  "'    ess. ,,,,.,,,..  ,,  ..... ...
to app y lur permission to purchase the        RICHARD HENRY MCMILLAN,
toilowing described lands: Commencing Jonathan Graham, Agent
at a posi planted aboul fourteen miles »«■"■■ min, uiu,
west and one mile soutli of the southeast corner of tne Dominion Government
Reserve, and auuut four miles north ot
ine Upper Pouee Coupe Kiver, anu
inar,,eu "C. A., S, W. corner," tnence
east so chains, thence north 80 enains,
tnence wesi 80 enains, tnence soutli su
chains to tue poinl of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
CYRIL AMES.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 14 th, 1910.
nencement   eontaining   040   acres   more
ur less.
HARRY   GRIMMER,
William  Radley,  Agent.
Sept.  17th, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   William  Malr  of
Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Meclianic,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that Andrew  Thorburn iniends to apply'for permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C, uccupaiion Seaman, chase   the   following     described   lands:
intends to apply ior perniission to pur- Commencing   at   a  post   planted  auout
chase   tue   lollowing    desci."bed   lands; eignt anu  a half  miles  south and ten
Conimencing   at   a  post   planted   aboui mlles  west of  the southeast corner ot
eleven and a half miles soulh and seven the Dominion Government Reserve, and
miles  wesi  of  the southeast  corner of aoout  seven   miles  in  a  northwesterly
cnl.
outlining   040   acres   more
ALFRED GRAHAM.
Willinm  Radley,  Agent,
ept. Kith, 1910.
,..'10   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
\io notice that Benjamin Sharpe of
iuver, B.C., occupation Accountant,
is to apply for permission to pur-
tlie lollowing described lands:
tenclng at a post planted alioul
st and two miles south
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District ol cariboo.
TAKE notice that Waller. Christie uf
Vancouver, li. C„ occupation Gentleman,
intends tu appl' tor perniission lo purchase tbe toilowing descrioed lands:
Conimencing at a post planted about 24
miles west and two miles soiiln oi tn**"
southeast corner ot Hie Dominion Government Reserve, In tne vicinity ul Cut
Vimk Rivet, a tributary ut Pine Itiver,
and marked "W. C, N. W. oorner,"
tiience smith su ohalns, thenee east 80
cbains, tnence nuitii so chains, tnence
wesi .t) enains lo the point of oommenoement containing 040 acres more
or less.
WALTER   CHRISTIE,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  liitli. mio.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tbat Peler Jackson ol
\ ancouver, B.C., uccupation Marine .Engineer, iniends tu apply for permission
lu purcliase the following descrioed
lanus:   commencing  at   a   post   plumed
tne Dominiun Government Reserve, and
aoout four miles in a westerly direction
from Swan Lake, and marked "1*. T., N.
W. corner," tnence east SO chains,
thence soulh so coains, thence west 8u
direction trom Swan Lake, and marked
"W. M., S.E. corner," thence nortn SO
chains, thence west 80 chains, tnence
soutn 80 chains, thence east su chains
to the point of commencement, contaln-
ciialns,   thence  north  SU  enains   to  the  ing  64U  acres   more  or less.
about twenty miles west and four miles  Sept. 12th, 1910.
soulh   of   me   soutlieast  corner  of   tne
Dominion    Government    Reserve,    and
marked     "P.    J.,, S.W.   curner,"    tnence
point of commencement, containing 04o
acres more or less.
ANDREW   THORBURN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 13th, 1910.
WILLIAM  MAIR.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
easl 80 chains, thence north SO chums,
llience west Su cuius, llience south SO
eliuins to tiie point ot' commencement,
oontalnlng  64U acres  more or less.
PETER   JACKSON.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th, 1910.
Sept. 15th, 1910.
itheast oorner of the Dominion
nt Reserve, in the vicinity of
i, River, a tributary of Pine
id marked "B. S., S.E. corner,'
nn B0 chains, thenee west 80
hence smith 80 chuins, llience
chain., lo the polnl of comet, con talnlng  640  ucres  more
lilONJA.MlN  SHARPE.
William   Radley,  Agenl.
I Bib,  l'.HO.
'ine Coupe Rlvei
■ 10.   corner,"   tl:
llience soutli
t< "ns,   them
nit of con
SO
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PEACE   ItlVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Disirici of Cariboo.
take notice that olive LeRoy Perry
uf Vancouver, B.C., oecupatiun Clerk,
iniends lu apply for permission tu pureiiase the lollowing described lands:
Commeneing ut a post planted aoout
one mile soulh and one mile west of lhe
southeast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, und ubout nine miles
norlh of the noith end of Swan Luke,
und marked "O. L. P., S.W. corner,"
tiience norlh SO ohalns, thence easl SO
clmins, llience soutli SO eliains, llience
wesi SO chains to tlio point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
or iess.
OLIVE LoKOY  PERRY.
Jonathan Graham, Agenl.
Sept.   16th,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Curiboo.
TAKE   notice   thul   Solomon   Hirsch-
borg  of   Vancouver,   B,   c,  occupation
menoing  ut  a  post   Optician, intends to apply lor perniission
to   purchase     tbe    following    described
lunds:  Commencing  at  a  post  planted
aboul  tell nnd  a   half  miles .soulh  and
Six  miles wesi of  the southeast corner
of the Dominion  Government  Reserve,
in   the   vicinity   of    Swnn    Luke,    und
marked "S. IL, S.E. curner," llience west
80 chuins, thenee north SO chuins; thonoo
ment, containing 040   easl  SO chuins,  tiience south  80 chains
to the polnl ol commencement, containing  610 acres moro or less.
SOLUM ON  IIIRSCHRERli.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   12th,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ot Curiboo.
TAKE  nolice  that   William  Gundy   of   chains,   tii.nc
Vancouver,   li.C,  uccupaiion Gentleman,   easl  80   cnain
intends to apply  tor permission to pureiiase   the   lollowing   descrioed     lanos:
Commencing   al   a   post   planted   auoul
three miles west and two miles soutli of
me  soutlieast  corner  uf   the  Dunilniuii
Government   Reserve,   and   about   eignt
miles nurth ot Swan Lake, and mumed
"W. G., N.  W. corner," tbence south  su
chains,   thence   east   SU   cnuins,   tnence
north  so chains,  thence west su  cnuins
to tno puint uf commencement containing 010 acres more ur less.
WILLIAM GUNDY',
Jonatiian Graham, Agent.
Sept.  loth,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that Ala  James   Willis Woman,   intends   to   apply
of Vancouver, B.C., ucoupaliun clerk, in^
tends  tu apply fur permission  to pur- cribed   lands
chase   the   lollowing    uescribed   lands: planted about  24  miles  west
Conimencing  at   a  post   planted   aoout mile  south  of   the southeast  corner of
three miles south and one mile west ot the   Dominion   Government  Reserve,  in
lhe   suutiieast   curner   of   the   Dominiun u,e vicinity of Cut Bank River, a tribu-
Government  Reserve,  and  about  seven tary of Pine River, and marked "A. K„
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Amy   Kilmer   of
Vancouver,  B.   C,   occupation    Married
for  permission  to  purchase    the    following    des-
Commencing   at  a  post
and one
miles north of Swan Lake, and marked
iN.  VV.  corner,"  thence south SO chains,
"A. A. W, N.E. corner/^ tnence west su  tbence east SO chains,  thence north so
'   cbains,   thence   west   80   enains   to   the
point of  commencement  cuntaining  640
acres   more   or   less.
AMY   KILMER,
William Radley, Agent.
Jonathan Graham, Agent. yel)t   ii^t jijio.
soutli so chains, thence
llience north su chains
to tiie point uf commencement, containing bio acres more or less.'
ALA JAMES   WILLIS,
PEACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that David Lazier of
Vancouver, B.C., oecupatiun Physician,
iniends tu apply for permission to purchase   the   following   described     lands;    ,
Comnieneing at a post    planted    about Lo.1:,I,.l\1!,u!.1.fe^^t,a.|,_s...,,,'.|ll.lr-,?D-.^--
nine and  a  half  miles  suuth  and  nine
PEACE  RIVER  LAiN'D DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Emnierson Grant
of Vancouver, B. C, occupalion Machinist, intends to apply lor perniission to
pureiiase tne following descrioed lands:
inilos  west of  the soutlieast  corner of
miles  wesi and  one  nine south  of the
outheast corner ot  tbe Dominion Gov-
froni the north end of Swan Lake, and
marked "D. L., S.E, corner," tnence wesi
I'EACE   IUVER   I.AND  DISTRICT.
I nsti in of Cariboo.
I'AKE    notice    thut    Arthur    George
itched  ol   Vancouver,  B.  C,  uceupti-
on   Clerk,  Intends  to  apply   for  per-
iun  to purcliuse the following
Hbed   lands:
lanted  about   ten   miles  west  and   two
es sun to of the southeast corner of
i'uiiiiuiun Government Reserve, and
;   four  milos  north  ot. the  U
des-
.. . t"'r
and marked "A.G.M.,
enco   west   80   chuins,
ohalns, thenoe east so
rth   80   chuins   to   the
ARTHUR   GEORGE   MITCHELL,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
lillll.    l'JIO.
i'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE nolice that Murray Johnstone,
of Vuncouver, B.C., occupalion Mariner,
inlen_s lo apply for perniission to purchase tiie lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted auuut
twenty miles west and four miles suulii
of the southeast oorner uf the Dominion
Government Reserve, und marked ".U.J.,
N.E. corner," tiience soulh SU chains,
thence west SU cbains, thence north SU
Chains, thenee eust SU eliuins tu tne
point of oommenoement, containing oiu
ucres mure ur less.
MURRAY   JOHNSTONE.
Jonatiian Giuliani, agenl.
Sept.  5th,  1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Spargoe, ol
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Hairdresser,
iniends to apply for permission tu purcnaso   the   lullowing     described   lands:   chains,   thence  soulh   80   chains,   tlicnce
Commencing   ul  a    pusi  piunted  abutit   cast  SO chains,  tiience nurth  80  chains
the Dominion Government Reserve, ami ernment Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut
about six miles In a westerly  direction Mnli H1y,er' a...l,1'"JU,Uu>', ol  Pine River,
and   marked
tbence souii,
E.   G.,   iN.    W.     corner,'
SU  chains,   tiience eust  80
SO chuins, theuce north So chains, tbencc ebaius,   tiience  norm   Su  cnuins,  tnence
eust  SU  chains,  theuce south  Su  cbains  west   sO   enains' to   the   point  of  coin-
to the poini of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
DAVID LAZIER.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910,
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice     that    Julia   Park,   ot
"i tl
nil
UIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
i vi.E notice that Barry Hurt Wells
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Gentle-
:■ Iniends to apply [or permission to
uaae the toilowing described binds:
'mnenclng ut a post plnnted nbout
iles west und four'miles suuth
nilheust curner of the Dominion
lent Reserve! and nbuut six
irth of Swan Lnke. und marked
W„   S.   W.   curner,"   thence  east
ll
chains,    tiience    north    80    chuins,
.'■'"' " west 80 chains,    thonco soutli 80
'iiiiis to the point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
HARRY   HART   WELLS.
Jonuthan Graham, Agent.
*->'•  15th,  1910.
H-ACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
M-E  nolice   that     Bessie    Coleman
iston  of   Vnncouvor,  B.  C,  occupu-
Marrled Woman, Intends tu npply
pormisslon     to     purchase     the
'wlug      described      lands:      Coiling       at        a        post        planted
Jul
PEACE   RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict uf Carilioo.
TAKE notico that    Edith    Henrietta
Gardner of Vanoouver, B. C._ oooupatlon
Spinster, intends to upply for permission to purchnse the following desoribed lands: Commenolng at a post planted aboul twenty miles west
and two miles soutli of the
southeast corner of tho Dominion
Government Reserve, in tlio vicinity of
Cut Hank River, a tributary uf Pine
River, und marked "10. II. G.,' N. W.
corner," llience suulh SO chuins, tlicnce
easl 80 chains, thence nnrth SO clinins,
thence west, 80 eliuins tn the point of
commencement cuntaining 640 ncres
more or less.
EDITH HENRIETTA  GARDNER,
Willinm   Radley,   Agent.
Sept.   16th,   1910.
twenty miles west and six miles soutn
of the soutlieast corner of the Doniiiilun Government Reserve, and marked
"C. S., N.E. corner," llience west SO
elinlns, tiience south SO chuins, theuce
eust 80 chuins, thenoe north SO chains
to the puint of commencement, containing 640 acres  more or less.
CHARLES SPARGOE.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
th,  1910.
'iicenieni   cuntaining   64u   acres  mure
or less.
EMMERSON   GRANT,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Prank Grimmer of
Vancouver? B.C., uccupaiion Married Vancouver, B. O, oecupatiun Gentleman,
Woman, intends to apply for permls- intends lu upply for permission to pur-
sion to purcliuse the following descrioed chase tlle lollowing descrioed lands;
lands: Commencing ai a post planted Commencing at a post plained auout
aboul eleven and a half miles south and n 1-2 miles west and 12 miles south of
nine miles west ol the southeast corner tlic. southeast curner uf the Dominion
of the Dominion Government Reserve, Government Reserve, in uuj vicinity of
nnd ubout six miles In u westerly dl- (jut Bunk River, a tributary oi Pine
rection irom Swan Luke, and marked River, and marked "_.'. G„ N.W. corner,''
J.   P.,   N.i_.   corner,"   thence   west    su thuiice soulh  so  chains,  thence east 80
chains, llience north SO cnuins, thence
west SO chuins tu the puint of commencement containing Olu acres more
or lesa.
PRANK   GRIMMER,
William   Radley,  Agent.
Sopl.  17 th,   1910.
Sept.
I'EACE
to the point of eommencement, containing  Olu acres  more or less.
JULIA PARK.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sopt. 13th,  1910.
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo,
TAKE   notice   that   William   Holt  ol
Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   Clerk,   in-
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District ul Cariboo.
TAKE   notice     that   Bert   Hendry   of
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupalion Chief En-
R1VER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
notice that Jolm M. Gillanders,
tends to apply for permission to pur- gineer, intends to upply for permission
chase the following descrioed lands: t0 purchase the following described
Conimencing   at   a  post   planted   about lands:    Comnieneing  ut a  pusi  planted
  .  ...       ,8 1-2  miles  suutli  and nine  miles  west .,i„„lL 22 miles west and one mile suutli
uf Vanoouver, B, C, occupation Engl- °t Hie southeast corner of the Domln- ut- thL. southeast corner of tlic Dominion
neor, iniends to apply for pormisslon to Ion Government Reserve, and aboul six Government Reserve, in lhe vicinity of
purchase the following described lands: miles in a westerly direction from the Cut liank itiver, a tributary of Pino
Commencing at a pust planted about north end of Swan Lake, and marked RtyB1. ami marked "li. H., S. E. corner,"
twenty miles west and six inilos soutn     W.   H.,  N.E.   corner,    tnence   wesi   su    , Ul su ohalna   Ulel t s0
.... .,. .,   „,' in-  i .,.„.!.,,,..,    chains.   Ihenen   sontb   S     chains,   thnnefl     ,    , ..    ... .,     ...     .  ....
cbains,   tbence  soulh   SO   ehalns,   thence
of the southeast corner of the Dominion   chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence ,   ,,,,„,   „„„,„
Government Reserve and  marked "J.M.   east 80 ohalns   thence north  80 chains n    m .
G    N W   corner," thence east 80 chains,   to the point ol commencement, contalu-
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  Hint  Alvln  Christie  of
Vancouver, u. c, occupution. Gentleman,
11 eight nnd n hnlf miles south and   Intends to npply  fur perniission to pur-
mlles    west    of    the    southeast   Ohase   the   -Ollowing   described   binds:
f   the   Dominion   Government Commencing ut a post planted about 18
und ubout six miles In n north- miles  west und   10  inlles  soutli  of  the
southeast corner of tlio Dominion Government Reserve, In the vlojnity of Cut
Hank River, a tributary of Pine .River,
und mnrked "A. C, N. W. corner,"
tbence south SO chains, Ihenco eust 80
ehulns,   tiience   north   SO   chains,   Ihenoe
west so ehulns to the point of commencement containing 640 acres mure
or less.
ALVIN   CHRISTIE,
lBtln--i.Hn.V-_     7,—   —m— William  Radley, Agent.
'■'inseitlon of notices on Ibis page Jun. 7 Sept.  I7lh,  l'JIO.
tiience soutli 80 eliains, thence west SO
ohalns, thonce north 80 eliuins to the
point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
JUIIN   M.  GILLANDERS.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. 5th,  1810,	
Ing 640 acres more or less.
WILLIAM  HOLT.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sopt. 12th, 1910.
mencement  containing   640  acres  more
or less.
BERT .HENDRY,
William Radley, Agent.
Sept.  16th, 4,910.
I'EACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Prank Spauliling of Iniends tu apply for permission to inn
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKIO notice thai Herbert Christie of
Vancouver, B, C„ occupation Gentleman,
.■Pt
'serve,
"terly direction from the nortii end
Swan Lake, und marked "B. C. J.,
li- corner," thence wost 80 clinins,
'"'<' nortli 80 clinins, thenoe oust 80
"ii", Ihenee aouth 80 chuins to tho
nt oi oommonoement eoniuining 0.0
es more or less.
BESSIE COLEMAN JOHNSTON,
.iii.iniiinii Graham, Agent.
I,   1010.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Caribop.
TAKE notice that Jane Kilmer of
Vancouver, B. G, occupation Spinster,
Intends to apply for perniission to pur-
Vancouvor, B.C., occupation Seaman, in- chase the following desoribed lnnds: cliuso the following described lands:
tends to apply for permission to pur- Commencing at a post planted about 22 Coiiinieiiclng at a post planted about 22
chase the following described lands: miles wesi und two milos soutli of tho miles west and one mile s_outh of the
Comnieneing at a post planted about soutlieast corner of the Dominion Gov- soutbeust corner of tho Dominion Gov-
iwcnty miles wcsl and four miles south ernment Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut eminent Reserve, in tlio vicinity of Cut
of tiie southeast oornor of the Domln- Hank River, a tributary of the Pine Bank Rivor, u tributary of Pine River,
ion Government Reserve, and marked River, and marked "H, C„ I,. E. corner," und marked "J. K, S. W. corner,"
"P. iS„   S.E,   corner,"     thenco   west   80 tiience soutli  80 chains,  thence west 80  thence north  80  elinlns,  thence east 80
tiience  south   80  clinins,  thence
chuins  to  tbe  point  of    com-
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chniVis,  thence  north   80  chains,  thenee clinins.   thonce  north  80  ehulns,   thence Chains
east 80 chains,  thonoo south  80  chains enst. 80  chuins    to    the point  of com- west  1
to the poinl of oommenoement, contain- mencement  contnining   610   ucres  more mencement  eontaining  610   acres  more
Ing 610 acres more or less. or less.
FRANK  SPAULDING.
Jonatiian Graham, Agent.
Sept.  Hth,  1910, Sept.  10th,  1910.
HERBERT   CHRISTIE,
William Radley, Agent.
or less.
Sept.   I6t.li,   1910.
JANE   KILMER,
William lladloy, Agent, J"
,
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Hist riot of Caribou.
d-AiKE notioe that Plureneo May Patterson of Vancouver, B. c, oooupatlon
Spinster, intends tu apply for permission to purohase the following described lands: Commeneing at a post
planted about throe mibs west and four
miles soutli ui' the soutlieast corner of
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
about six miles north ut' Swan Lake,
und markod "F, M, P., S. 10. oorner,"
thence north su chain.-, thonoe west 80
eliuins, thence south sn chains, thence
ousi so ohalns to the point uf commencement containing 040 acres more
or less.
FLORENCE MAY  PATTERSON,
Jonathan   Graham,   Agent.
Sept.   16th,   1010,
I'EACE  RIVER   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict ul' Cariboo.
TAKIO notioe that Hay Thomas uf
Vanoouver, B. C, oocupatjon Married
Woman, intends tu applj lur permission
tu purchase the following described
lands: Commencing nt a post plained
nbout three miles west and l0L"' miles
south oi' Hie southeast corner of too
Dominion Gov, liiment Reserve, and
about six miles north uf Swan Lake,
and marked "R. T„ N. io. corner,'
thonco suutli mi chains, thence west 80
cbains, thence north so chuins, tbence
oasi su clinins lu the puint ot commencement containing 640 acres more
ur less.
HAY   THOMAS,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
Sept.   16th,   191U.
I'lOACIO  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of cariboo.
_-__7.-l,19l|:
PEACE   RIVElt   LAND
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT. PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriot of Cariboo..- _   DIf triot of Cariboo. ueorpija uye     T u., .• ,„„,,,   ,    ,',   -
•PAKE  notice  that    George Llewellyn   Z Ya^o^lZllZZZZoZZZtnZ-   ,,;'v-noouver,  B.C.,  occupation  Maine,  y^'^ZZ^ Blm"
nislric. ofT_r,_o!STR]
m 'ol, ,i„ '"thoiuv w es   SO cl   ins   iboiioo H.ence east  8? chains,  thence  south  sii thence east  SO  chains   tiience  north  80 .,.-„._          h   '        <™   east
n ri h 80c    i s    hence east 80 ch_.in_ chains to  the point of commencement, chains,  thence   west  SO  chains  to  the clluj       m         north so   '/.'
nuili   su  onains,   uiuni   east  ou   oi.iui.-.          ...       nin   .i,,,.s   mure  or   loss. puint  of commencement, containing 640 -_,_, '..   „' """•"   00  chal
tu the puini of eommencement, contain- containing  uiu at es  »»      ■-■ .                                ■» point oi   oommenoement coin
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mi:   un   acres ninv or   ess.                                                    „i_.->,.i n  oi . ■.- -i. i j ■.- ■   ncninnMi   nvui .nits inuie oi  less.
it ii'i'i-   i     ill i.-i t VV   I'.uilii.'                                  Join.than Graham, Agenl. ElilEL GEOUG1NA DYE.                                       i.-imi,,,  .
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PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distriot ui Caribuu,
TAKE notice that Artjiur Prank
James ut' Vanacouver, H. C., occupalion
Clerk, intends i.> anply for permission
tu puichasi the following described
lunds: Conimencing ut a post planted
aoout tiuec miles west and four miles
suulh ul the soutlieast coj-ner ol the
Dominion Government Reserve, anu
about six miles nortii ot Swan Luke,
und marked "A F. J., N. W. corner,"
iiiencc suulh 80 chains, thenoe easl SO
chains, thenoo nurth so chains, thence
west so chains tu the point of commencement, oontalnlng 6-lo" acres mure
ur less.
ARTHUR  PRANK  JAMES,
Jonatiian Graham,  Agent.
Sept. 16th,  1910,
Sept.   13th,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict uf Caribou.
TAKIO notico that Minnie Simpson of
. O, occuiiation Spinster,
ly for permission to pur-
lowing described lands:
i a post planted ubuut
tvesi and one mile suutli
_t corner of the Dominiun
eserve, in tne vicinity of
the Nortli Pork of the Upper i'ouce
Coupe River, and marked ".M. S., N. W.
om mi.' tbence oust so chinos, thence
sotitb 80 chains, tbence west su chains,
tbence north su oliains in the point uf
commencement containing 640 noros
more ur less.
MINNIE   SIMPSON,
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Sept 13th, 1910.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE noUce thut William Goodfellow
of  New   Westminster,   i.e.,    uccupaiion
Gentleman, intends tu apply for permission lu pll
lunds; Commencing al a pust planted
about ton miie- west and one mile
south of the soutlieast corner of the
Dominion    Government    Reserve,    and
PEACE RIVi'.R   LAND  DISTRICT.
Districl nl  Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that   Douglas  lOn.lacuit
uf   Vancouver,   li1'.,   occupation   Cleric.
Sept.  13lh,  lino.
PEACE   ItlVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Caribou.
TAKIO notice  that Robert Spence    of
Park
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   |Pi
T VI'I,'   rt|tr'Ct Ul Cal'lb°'
intenus to apply tor permission lo pin- Vancouver, B.C., occupution Gentleman,   Vancouver, -BC8   ocniinnif""11
ohase   tne   following   descrioed    lands: intonds to apply for perniission lo pur- ,..,,..:,,,  ,. '.,.'{'.'     -'-"''■'"on    __,
Commenolng  at  a   post  planted  about ohase   Hie   toilowing    described   lands:            '    '      ',,'■-,, '  Permission
tun  miles west und one mile south oi Commencing  at  a   post   planted   about ,.'.'.„.,,),..'        ,h    "escribed
tbe southeast  corner of  the   Dominion twenty miles west.nnd four miles south    .      .    ,      ,      '' poat    Planted
Government Reserve,    and    about  five ot tin- soutlieast coiner of ihe Dominion       '' .   .'   Jt    t     '""''" *"""■   ut
miles noun of the  Upper rouoe Coup. Government   Reserve,  and   marked   "R,     ',,,,,I,,,,, ,, ,,       80Utneast coi
Rivor, and  markod "I .  E., S.E.  cornel, S„ N.W. cornel,"  thenoe east 80 chains,    '"-1'"minimi Uovornm.nt   Resei
thence wesi so chains, tnence north so thenco south so chuins, thenco west 80   .  "   .,.'""',   '          '" "  weaterlj
chains,   tnence   eust   su   cbains,   llience chains,   thenoe  nortn  so  eliuins  to  the   " '    ,"'"     '' "ll™i.,'"'i "I Swat
suutb  SO  chains   to   tne  puint  uf  com-   puint  of ci enceineiit, containing 640 ","„[,   7 ,   "'  ''■• oorner
mciicement,   containing   640   acres   more acres more or less.                                           f,              eliuins,  thenoe  nurth _■
or  less.           duCgLaS  ENDACOTT. ROBERT SPENCE.      'h".lcu  easl ,s" oliains,   u,,.,,,,. ,.-■"'
Jonathan Graliam, Agent. Jonathan Graham, Agent, onains-to  tne  point  of oofri ,,„'
Sept. 13th, 1910. Sept. nth, 1010.                                            containing oiu aores more oj less ""
  , JAMES pA,,K
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT. I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.       q           .,              Jonathan Grain
District of Cariboo. District of Cariboo.                          '             '  l;':"
TAKE   notico   that   James     Augustus TAKE   notice   that   Eli-unelh   Douglas       „„.„_, ,„.,„_,,—
Broberg oi   Vancouver, lie., uccupaiiuii 0f Vancouver, B.C., occupation Spinster,      ' '•■" ''-  "jrviSTl  LAND  Dl:
Clerk, intends  to nppiy  for permission intends to apply tor permission io pur-     .,..,.,.    '-"strict of Cariboo,
to  purchase    the    following  described chaseitne following descrioed lands: Com-     lake notice that    Alfred
lanus;   Commencing   ui  a  post  planteu inenbing at ;. post  plnnted annul  tour-  i_?ncl,uv?1''   I!-  ''■■ occunation
twin
-gent
. .  •   i following doscribed  uL"'"1   eigliteen   milo.'.   west   und   eignt l(.,,|, miles west and one mile south of
miles suniii uf thi   southeast corner ui  (j,,.  southeast   oorner  ut'  tne   Do
the  Dominion  Government  Reserve,  in Government   Reserve,   and   aoout
tne vicinity of Cut Hunk Kiver, a trlbu- miles  north ui   tne  Upper  Pouee
tary ot Pine Rivor, and marked "•). A. uivi... and marked "E. I'.. S". 10. a
ntends t.
euase
In,
I'ply  tor pen
USTH1CT.
I'EACE   R1V-ER   LAND
District ui Cariboo.
TAKE notico tbat William Stanley
Mackenzie ol Vancouver B.C., oecupatiun
Clerk, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following doscribed
lands; Commencing ala a post plantod
ubuut three miles west and six miles
south of the southeast corner of tin
Dominion Goveanment Reserve, and
about four miles nurth of Swan Lake,
and marked "W. S. 4.1., s. W. corner,
thence north su cnuins, thenoe oast so
chuins, tbence smith SO chains, thence
west SO chains tu the puini of oommonoement containing 640 acres more
ur less,
WILLIAM STANLEY   ..lacl-EN/.!10,
Jonuthan   Giuliani,   Agent.
Sept.  16th, 1010.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE notice that Anna Yules of Vancouver, li. C, uccupaiion Widow, intends to apply lur permission to purcliuse the following describod hinds:
Comnieneing at a post planted about
three miles west and six miles suulii of
the southeast oorner of ihe Dominion
Government Reserve, und about four
miles north ul Swnn Luke, and marked
A. y., iN. VV. corner," tiience south su
clinins, thence eust SO chuins, thonce
north SO chains, thence west 80 chuins
to the point of commencement eoniuining 640 acres more ur less.
ANNA   YALES,
Jonathan  Giuliani,  Agent.
Sept.  16th, 1010.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Caribou.
TAKE notice that Isaac L. Silver-
berg of -Newark, N. J„ occuiiation Manufacturer, intends to apply for permission to purcliuse the following doscribed lands: Commenolng at a pust
piunted about three miles west and six
miles soutli of the southeast cornor of
the Dominion Government Reserve
and about four miles north of Swan
Lake, and marked "I, L. S. N. io. curner," thence south 80 eliuins, thence
west 80 chuins, thence nortli 80 chains,
tiience east SO ehains lo the point of
commencement cuntaining 640 acres
mure or less.
ISAAC   L.   SILVERBERG,
Juiialhan  Graham,   Agent.
Sept.  10lh, 1010.
about five miles iiurth of the Upper B., N.)'„ curner, thence suutli su chains, UvU,., nest 80 cbains, thence north 8
I'uiio, i oupe River, and marked "W. G., thonce wesi 80 enains, ihcnce nortn su onnins, u,,.,,,,, ,.a„i _o ohalns, thenoe
s.w. corner," thence north su chains, chains, thonoe east SO ohains to the B0Ut|, ^ ohnlns tn the point ot corn-
thence east 80 chains, ihenee suuih su Point of commencement, containing Siu mon0ement oontalnlng 640 acres more
chains,   thence  west   su  chains   to  the am-~ more or less.                      _ ,„. luss_
puint of oommenoement, and containing JAMES AUGUSTUS  BROBERG.                              ELIZABETH   DOUGLAS,
040 acres more or less. Jonathan Graham, Agent.                          Jonathan Graham,  Agent,
WILLIAM   GOODPELLOW. St-'l"'  "'"'  PJ1U- Sept. Hth, 1010,
Jonathan Graham, Agenl. ~-	
Sept.  13th,  1010. PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.             I'lOACIO   RIVER   I.AND   DISTRICT.
  District of Cariboo.                                     District of Curibuu.
peace RIVER LAND DISTRICT. TAKE  notice    that    Geii.ge    Henry     TAKE notioe that William  Lawrence
District uf cariboo. Heath ol   Vancouver,   B.  C,  occupation proctor of Vanoouver
,1,.liiuu   .'.""  lullowing     dose
Commenolng at u |
ubuut eleven and a
south ami ten milei
the   southeast
four
loupe
rner,"
tllre.
rner   of   the Dom
urn    Government    Reserve,   _
s, von    miles    in    ii    westerh
from  Swan  Lake, and   marki
N.   E.  corner,"  thenoo  west
thence suuth su chains,  them
chains,  tbence north  su omun
iiuitit  ui  commencement  a
acres mure or loss.
A LP RIO I.
Jonathan Ui
Sept. 13th, luiu.
iiti.ii,,
IKKIt
I'Kli
aiarriM
tils-ion
'Scrloefl
.   iccupntinn        PEACE   RlVHl  1  \\|i
TAKE notioe that George Walter Chat- Clerk,  Intends  to upply  for  permission clerk,  intends  to apply  for  permission District of Carl
win of Port Hammond, ll.C., occupation  to   purohase   the    toilowing     descrioed   to   purciuise   the     following     described      TAKE   noiice   thut  Sarah  Sail
Parmer, Intends to apply for permission lands:    C. isncing  at  a t"'si  •piunted  lami.s;    Commencln ■  at  a  post  plniiie -  Vancouver   BC    occuuatli
tu  purcliuse    the  luliuwing    described about eight  miles  wost  ami  two  miles aD0Ut   three  miles  south nnd  one  mile Woman   Intends to aDDlv foi
lands:   Commencing  ut  a  post  planted south   ui   the   soutlieast   coj-ner  of   the  west   oi   the  southeast  oorjier    ui   the t„   nurcnase    the    ro '  '
about ten miles west and one mile soutli  Dominion    Government     Reserve,    and   Dominion     Government    Reserve,    and i,lllu.       commencing- al  '  oi
of the southeast corner of the Dominion about  Lour  miles   north  of   tbe   Uppei about seven miles north of Swan Lake, aoout twelve mllea wi
Government    Reserve,    and about five Pouee Coupe River, and marked "G, 11. and  marked   "W.   l.   P.,  s.   e.  corner,' south  ui   the  smith,,,  '   "■'
miles north of tin   Upper Pouee Coupe H„ N. w. conicr," thenoe east su ohains,  thonce west  SO ohains,  thence nurth so Dominion     Governmi
River, und  markod    G.   ... C, N.W. cur-  thonoo suuth   80 chains,  thence  wost  SU   cnuins,   thonco   oust   su   onains,   tnence the   vicinity  Oi   ihe    .
ner     tnence east    su    chains,    tnence chains,   thence  norlh   so  cnuins  to   the south   so  chains  to  the  puint   ol   cum- upper  Pouee Coune ll   er a
i      "      .... . i    me wesi so ciuiiis,  puint of commencement, containing 640 m6noement   containing   f.iu  acres   more "s.  s„  N.E.    corner,
if less  . onains,   tnence  souln   ■
,,,,   ,,.    , , - WILLIAM    LAW REM 10   PROCTOR, oa>"   su   ohalns,   theno.:,:..
«&   WALTER   CHATWIN.      Sept. -13th, ml**** ^   ^^    ,„„    ,,,-nnbai.  llraba,,,,   A.onl. ^tno pniiit^o, pommel
SiVlLYH   SUTlli.liLAMJ
llience  north   SU  cnuins  tu  the puint oi -.teres inure or lest
uiiiiiieucoiiu'iit, anu cuntaining Olu acres GEORGE HENRY  HEATH,
■■I chains
t, contain.
Sept.  1 a tli,  191U.
Juiialhan Gruhui
Agent.
I'EACE  RIVKR  LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Curiboo
PEACE   ItlVIOR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Curiboo.
TAKE   notice    that    Phoebe    Loretta
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT. Juiiatlu.ii Graham, Agent
District of Caribou. Sept.  18th, l!Hu.
TAKIO  nutiee     thai     lluwurd     Poiuiel   —
■i-ik'i.- nnifnl th..   ^ ,1,'.-1. ° .1111 ■ i ■   Willett ui   Vancouver,  B.C.,  occupation Proctor ol   Vanoouver, P.. i\ occupation       PEACE  EUVKR LAN.- DlSTKiC
Vancouver BC    .couyaUon tomme?cla   Nlarrl,ed   Woman'   "IlL""ls   lu  "'"">   ""' Clerk'  lntendB  l" """'^  ("r ■"■"•mV-'i-'n D.stnot u, Cariboo.
uu.-uvu,   n.o,   uoLlip.uiull   ...Ullliuciciai    oi-innss nil       l.i    inii-ol,:,-,.    tl,..    t'„ l.nvinn    I.,     niiri-hnao     I lu.     I .,11, .14,,,,.       ,l.._..,,i  'CAM.'   1,    ,1.,,    |.,._n,-l,l   r   1
poi missioi
se  the  tulluwlng  Io   purchase   the   lollowing     desoribed      TAKE notice that Reginald
.iun'iu7n\il'i\u.i.'\nH"rnn!i;oii,7',i,CV','i,','.,i described      lanqs:      Commencing      at hinds:    commonclng  at u pust plantaa   of Vancouver, Ii.c., occupation .u.niiei,
Zu i \dc.-ciibe.l B       post      ,,1^,^.,!       ui,uul       fourteen aboul    '
Lids,   commencing  at  a  post  planted mileB       wt.st       um,        two
auout     tw'L'iity   in ilea     weal   and   uitiiiL , ,,
miles soutn of the southllst corner oi Snl      ""'   s""ll"'^t   L'"'"1'''   '■   '  "   •'■"■■'"■•■■'■    '-"•" "'
ibe  Dominion  Government  Reserve,  in ' "  "
Hie vicinity of Cut Bum; River, a tri
utary  uf  Pine  River,  and  marked  "E
P
OUt    llnoo
Coupt
live   miles   suuih   and   une   mile intends to apply for permission to pur-
miles west .ut   the  southeast  curner   uf    the Chase   tne   luliuwing    described lawn:
southeast  corner  of   the  Dominiun    Government    Reserve,    and Commencing   ai  a  pust  plantod ant)
vernment     Reserve,     and  about  five  miles  nurth  of  Swan   Luke, eigmeen miles wosi and sis niiio.--_.j_
lius  north  ui.  tue   Upper  und  marked  "H,  p.  P., N.  W.  oorner/' ot the Southeast corner oi lhe Doiniw
W.
Itiver,  und  marked "P.  L.   thenoe  south  su  chains,  them
oust  so
M., N.W  corner" thence east 80 ehains   ,v'' 's'  "'    oorna.      thence    east    80 chuins,  tnence iionii  „u cliuiiis,  thenoe
thence souln  su' clinins   ihenee west su L'l,uins'   thence  soulh   su   ehnins,   thence .vest  su   chuins   to   the   point     nf   oom-
chalns,  thonce  north  su  chains  tu  the wt'sl 5U '-hl""s. thenoe nortn 80 chains mencement  containing   o-iu   acres   more
point of commencement, containing 0-iu '" tl„?P°int 0l  oommenoemsnt contain- or less 	
acres more or Kss '"« t,lu aorea more ur loss. Howard  l'ENNiOL  PRoctuR,
EDWIN   .MILLIKEN PHOEBE LORETTA  WILLETT, Jonathan  lliuhtun,   Agent.
Sept. ulh, 1010.
Jonathan Graham, 4_gent.
in;:  U10 acres  mure ur loss.
PHOEBE LORETTA   WILLETT,
Jonathan Graham,  Agent.  Sepi.  15th, 1910.
l    Ulh,   1010.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT. District of Curibuu.
Disti'ict uf caribuu. 'I'AKE   nonce   that     Dorpthy   Linton
TAKE nutiee that Letha Cline of Van-   Proctor  of   Vanoouver,  B.C.', occupation
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notioe lhat Josephine Milliken
of Vancouver, B.C., oooupatlon Married  couver,   B.C.,   occupation   Married   Wo- opinstor,  intends   to apply  for  pcrmls-
purchase
tiie      fulluwing   ul   \ancouvi
Government  Reserve,  in   thi   I
Cut  Rank   River, a  tributary
River, and marked    it    .'   >.,
ner,"   thence     east     su   cnalii
north su chuins, tbence w-
tnence bourn su enains i i
commencement,    cuniain....
more or loss.    RlOtl HNAliI i C. i
Jonatiiun Grabai
Sept. 6th, lOiu.
PEACE   IUVER   LAND  i ■:,-.
Disti lot ui cm li
TAKio notice thai Albi rl H
at   iiitoi
us to applj  lor p.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Caribuu.
TAKE notice that John Wesley
Schnieder of Vancouver, li.' C, occupation Carpenter, intends tu apply for
permission to purchase the luliuwing
described lands: Comnieneing at a post
Iilanted about three miles west and six
miles soulh of the southeast corner of
the Dominiun Government Reserve, and
ubuut four miles norlh of Swan l/.tko,
und marked J. w. s., S. E. corner,"
Ihenco wosi su chains, Ihenco north 80
ohalns, thence oast _u chuins, thenoe
soutli SO clmins to the point of oommenoement containing 04u acres more
or loss
JOHN   WESLEY   SCHNIEDER,
Juiialhan Graham,  Agent
Sept.   16th,  1010
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distriot of Caribuu.
take notiee thai Annie Chatwin of
Vancouver, H, C, occupation Married
Woman, Intends to apply for permission to purohase the following described lniui.: Commencing at a pust
planted about twelve milos west and
one mile south of the southensl oorner
"'   the   Domini Jovernment   Reserve
in the vicinity of the Nnrth fork nf the
I pper Pouee Coupe Itiver, and murked
"A. (,'., B, 10. corner," thence wesi 80
chums, theno.. nnrth su clmins, thence
east so chains,  thenoo south  80 chains
''•., tiV().„l"'illt "f commencement containing 640 acres mure or less,'
ANNUO CHATWIN,
Jonathan  Graham    tirem
Sept.   l.lh,   [910. '   "gl
Woman, intends iu apply for permission   man, intends io apply fur permission to  s'""
to  purcliuse   lhe    luliuwing     descrioed   purchase the fulluwing described lunds:   "escribed       lands:       Commencing
lands:   Commencing   at  a   pust   planted   Commencing  at  a  pust    iilanted  abuut   a        l,u-st        planted        ubuut        live Quake   tbe   fulluwing
about twenty miles west and eight miles   seventeen  and  a  half  miles   west  anu  nines   soiiin   und   one   mile   wost   ol Commencing   at   a   posi   |	
south  ui   too  soutlieast corner  oi   the   nine miles south of the southeast cornet Hie soutneast  corner  ol   the  Dominion olgnteen nines west and six milea soutl
Dominion  Government Reserve,  in  the  °i'  'he Dominiun  Government  Reserve, Government   Reserve,   and   about   five "i the soutneast oorner ol lhe Uoininlon
vicinity of (.'in Bank River, a tributary   '"   Hie  vicinity  of  Cut  Bank River,    u miles  north  nl   Swan   Lake,  and   mark- Government iti serve, m lhe vlciuiiy t)l
ul Pine Rner, ami marked "J. M., S.W.   tributary   of   Pine   River,   und   marked ed   "D.  L. P., S.  VV. enrner," Ihenoe eust Cut   Bank  Rivor,  a   tributary  "l    )'1:'(.
oorner,"  thenoe nortii  su chains,  thenoo   "L,  C,   N.E.   corner,"   tbence  west    SU \\    chains,    thence    north    su    clinins, River, anil marked "A. ii. B, N.W. era
east su chaius, thenoe south su (.haius,   ehains, thence south  SO  chains,  thenco   tnence west so onains, thence south so ner,''   thence    ,;.,si   su    onains,  mei*
thence  west  So  onains  tu  the  point  ui   east SO eliains,  tiience  nurth  SO  chains   ehains  lu  the  point   ul   commencement, suutn su onains, thence west su ciu'ii*
eommencement,    containing    640  acres  tu the poinl of commencement, contain-   containing o-iu acres more or less. tnence nortn su chuins tu the i«uu ».
mure ur less. ing 640 acres  more or iess. DuRoi'il-   LINTON  PROCTOR, commencement,    eoniuining    64u a_™
JOSJOPHINE MILLIKEN' LETHA  CLINE.       , Jonathan  Graham,   Agent, mure or less.
Jonuthan Gianum, Agenl. Jonatiian Graham, Agenl. bt,pt.  15th,  1010. ALHERT il.  BENNETT.
Sept.  ulh, 1910. Sepl. 5th,  l'JIO. ~ ', — Juiiaibuu Gruiuiin, Ag_>1
 PEACE  Rl.HK   LAND DISTRICT. Sept.  0th,   miu.
PEACE RIVER LAiND DISTRICT PEACE   RIVEK   LAND  DISTRICT. District uf Curibuu.  ,	
District of Curibuu. District of Curibuu. TAKE  nutiee  that  George  IJ.   Proctor        PEACE   UiVr.R   LAND   DISTRICT,
take nutiee   thut   Herbert Dale   of     TAJCE notice that George Chapman of of  Vanoouver,  U.  C„  occupation  Clerk,      tu-,.   Jj'utl'lcl ul cariboo.   _
Vancouver, B.C., occupalion Gentleman   Vancouver,  B. C, occupation Machinist, intends to apply for permission tu pur- ,■ JAKh-  nutiee  thai  Joseph  t-ragg
intends tu apply for permission to pur- intends to appl'.'  for permission to pur-  chase   the   toilowing   described     lands: ,,,.     .uv.ur'  1J-C-    uucupuuon    .Mum ;
chase   the   fulluwing     described   lands'  chase   the   following     describod     lunds;    Commencing      ut      u      post       planled ""'nds to apply fur permission tl)
Couimenciiig   at   a   posi   planted   ubout Commencing  at  a   pusi  plajlted     nbuut   ubout      five        miles        south       und L,"-'«e   the   loiluwiug     descrimd   ..'"
eight miles west und one mile soutli ul  fourteen miles west und une mile suutli   °'ie      mile      wesi      uf      the      suuth- '-omiiieneiug   at   a   post   planted   i"-1
ihe southeast  corner of the  Dominion of the southeast corner of'the  Domln-  east   curner   of   the   Dominion   Govern- ''t'"1" " miles wost und six uuio
Government    Reserve,    and  about live ion Government    Reserve,    and    about  ment   Reserve,  and  about "live    mill
uf ttie soutlieast corner uf tho P
niles north  of  Hie  Upper Pouee Coupe  four   miles   nurth   of   the   Upper   Pouee  "orth ul Swnn Luke, and marked "G   li    "OVernment-Beserve,  in  tho Violin
liver, and marked "il. D., s.w. corner,    Coupe  River, und  marked  "il. C„  N.  W.   I-i *• _•■ oorner," tbence west so chains,     ,,',   """", 1Uv'i'''  "., iriUulary  ol
River, and marked "J. C, N.E. c
tbence  wesi SO  cbains,   thence s
suuth  su chuins  to the puint of "coin- thence m.rib 80 chains tu ti.o p..im"ni Point of oommenoement contaJnlng 640   ^Jhs*onth*nSfi M"   *U  0|1U'"8'
040    acres  '"'"'«  '"ore ur less. ml,u'   8U  ,Um1'
iiiencc east su chuins, thence north  su comer,"  thence  easl   su  ohalnB,  thence  thence south so cbains, tbence east  so
liains,   tbence   west   SO   ehalns,   tiience suuth SO clinins,  thence  wosi  80 oliains,   oliains,   tbence   north   so  clmins   tu   the
mencement, und  containing    640  ucres commencement    containini
more or less, HERBERT DALE.      mon
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. lath,  1910.
GEORGE   CHAPMAi
Jonathan Grahai
Sept.
I Hi
Agent.
Sopt.  l,",ili, 1910.
GEORGE   li   PROCTOR,
Jonathan Granam,  Agent.
is   to   the   puint   uf
mencement, oontalnlng oiu acres
ur less. JUSEPll CKA'
Junulhun Graliam, .1
Sept. Dili, 1010.
PEACE IUVER  LAND  DISTRICT. PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District uf Cai'ibuu. PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICI'. District uf Caribuu.
TAKio  notice   tbat   Ellen   Rogers   ui District of Cariboo. TAKE notiee  thut Albert Dickson of
\ unci,uver, B.c, occupation preceptress,      IAKE   noUce   thai   Jnmos   Augustus  Vancouver,  B. C, oooupatlon Clerk, in-
'ntends tu apply for permission tu pur-  rergueon of Vancuuvor,  B. C,  occupa- tends  t
onase   tbe   following   aeiscribed   mnus; Hon l-Trst Ol'floe
Commencing  ai   a  post  planted  about permission   to   i
'iglit miles west and one mile soulh ol  described lands:
the   southeast   curner  of   the   Dominion  Planted  about  oi
Government   Reserve,   and   about   live six  milos south ■
milos north of the Upper Pouee Coupe '"   the  Domlnloi
■ iver and  marked  "10.   R., N.E,  corner,"   in   tbe   vieinit
PEACE  ItlVIOR   LAND  DISTRICI.
District of Curibuu.
TAKE  nullco  thui   Frederick  BUIiiV-D
ul  Vuncouver, H.C, occupation MarWOf,
ippjy.lur   pon,iisH.lun ,1.., pur-   intends lu apply fur pennlssi'nn to p.'
r, intends to apply for chase   the   fulluwing   described    lands: , ,„,.,,,„    ■',?,'"'  ner"1"""'!   "'    '
,uroha..e   the   f-B-Vring Commencing at  a  post  planted  about £„,  ! „K"   T'g,,., 1!^ ZZlou
Commencing at a post eight und a half miles suuih und  nine eighteen   miles  west and    eight  mllei
.ine,.   inilos   west   and miles   west   of   the   southeast   curner  of south   of   the   s, utlieas     cur. oi   of   tin
of   he suutboasi corner the Dominion Government «eserve, und Dominion     Guv.',    cut    Reserve    u
i  Guv. ni in   Reserve, ubuut six miles in a nurth westerly .11- tlic vlolnliv ,,r <-,     '    .   i,T.  ,■ ,,   uuu
.    uf  GUI   Hunk   River,   u rection   irun.   the   norlh   end   Of   Swan i , v   >l   I'in,.  I .V.       "'"^ K!vV ', -V"  s
ence  west SO clmins,   thence suuth   SO  tributary of Pine River, nnd mnrkod "J. Luke, und marked "A. I)., S,  W. curlier," SK    born '■ •■    ,,„.,',' U'"'  Imu.',   ,.., j,,*'
inins,   thence  east  so  chainB,   tiience  A.   i-'„  s.io.   corner,"   thence   west    so thence nurth  80 chuins,  thence easl  80 them.   >,   .' f   .„    ,   .        .' \ till
irth   SU   chuins   to   the   point   of   cum-  '""'.ins.   thence   nortl,   80   clinins,   thonco chuins,   tbence  south   SO   chains,   thence "ffl     he   ...   an. If "t.   t L        I
encement,  containing  040  acres  mure east  SO chains,  thonce suuth  so clinins west so clinins to  the puint    nf    cum- ,    ,,  ;,,■ ,,.    ,.  houU'  8,J  cha,"ls,'      »
'ess. ellion ROGERS.     to the point of commencement contain- mencement  containing   0.0  acres   mora „".''. m„,n?' "Kj,u:t'mom. containing IIP
Jonathan Graham, Agent, ing 840 acres mure or loss. or less. ttue's ,n0lu SrBft-ln„ ..,,, , ....,
■ZZZZ^i  JAMBS ^Z:ZZZZZ}ZZ, ,.ZZ<Z P^kson, , "ffi^offi^
PEACE   ItlVIOR   L.\N|,   DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo
IAKE notice thai Arthur Selwood of
Vancouver, i:. i\, occupation <• . ti
man, intends to apply toTp-rmlsslo" to
purchase tin foUo.wing described lands'
Commencing at a pusi planted about
three mllos wesi and two milos south
01 ""; southeast oorner of n„. Dominion   Govornmeni    Reserve,   nnd    aboul
eight   mill's   nurtii   of   Swnn   Ln.li ,,i
"narked  "A,  S„   N.   io,  oornor,"     hence
soutli SO chuins-, thenoe wesi  80
thenoe nortli  80 chains,  thence >
cha'n?   to   the  polnl   of  commoncemen
containing i;in acres more or less
ARTHUR SELWODD,
Jonathan Graham   Aeoni
Sopt.  16th,  mio.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Caribuu.
TAKIO n,dice that Hazel Horton 01
\ unemver, B, .'., occupation Stenographer, intonds to apply fur permission to purohaso tho following describod lands:   Commencing at e pust plant-
Sept. 6th, 11)10.
Jonathan Graham,  Agent.
lonatlmn Graham, Agent,   Sept.  6th,  1010.
elm ins,
IBS I   Sll
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
I Ustrl ■! oi ('nrib.io.
TAK'E notice that Marie Cook of
Vancouver, B. C, oooupatlon .Mnrriod
Woman, Intends to apply tor permission in purohaso the following des-
'I ubuut eight nml a "half miles south ,'1'11"''1 lands: Commenolng ul a post
nml seven miles wosi of the suiitliwest planted nboul fourteen milos west and
corner of tbe Dominion Government ""'' "'"'' south of the sinitiica. i oorner
Reserve, and nbuut four milos in n "' the Dominjon Governmenl Reserve,
northwesterly dlreotlon from the nortb ;n"l aboul fnur miles north of the Upend nf Swnn Lake, und markod "ii. ii., i"'' Pouee Coupe Rivor, and marked ",M,
N. w, corner," thence soutfi so chains '" •S' ''-■ oorner," thonoo south go
Llience east ho ohnlns, n,,.,,',.,. north so chains thor
chains, thenoe wssl 80 nlmina .,, n,,. unrib su uhalns, thenc.
poinl ui mi,
noros more or io.
HAZEL HORTON, MARIE COOK,
Jonathan Graham,   _genl Jonathan Grnham, Agent
Sepl.   12th,   1310. Sopl.   nth,  II'IO.
Sept.   IL'tb,   1310
I'10 A.'10  RIVER   LAND  DISTHICT.
District of Curibuo.
PEACE   ItlVER   LAND  DISTRICT,
District of Cnrlhoo.
TAKE uol.loe nml Ado  Ward ol   .__■
chains,
ohains, then]oe north so
wesi 80 chains to the
omenl oontalnlng 840
cln
I In
TAKE  notice   lhat   Wesley  ilowey   01 ,„  v', , ', '"V'    ,>.'0\\<« «   »»    ls!
Vancouver, B.C., occupution Geiitloninn, |.,,„.H    „,„   '',,,','"'    ','     ,
Intends to apply for permission to pur- .     ,     h, ' '    h     ,,r  b.'soHi' ,1
.'base   the    lullowing    described   lands: < .,,„„„„   ilK    ,   n, ,"f . I  n ,       ..
Commencing at a post planted    about I,,,,,, SuTan.oM-.ta *«i
Beventeen   nnd   a   half   milos   wcsl   and suiilbonsi    .unior     '  I ),, iiuin
nine  miles  south  of  the  southeast cor- ,.,.„„. ,'     ,,. ' ,,', "„'"'. "" ""       ...
ner of tho Dominiun Governmettt He- ,,"       s -.   i ni,     , I1""" i"   •      ',.
serve, in the vicinity of Cut Bank itiver, v    •" '   ,*  .'.V. L * J; «»' , m'i'1^1   ■ ;
a tributary of Pine itiver, and marked „„.„,„ B-2.h'80 eha.ns, thenci wM "
..,.ZZ'.Z™   "!"!!'' „lZ"iv 1!"rl s" -' 's,  thence north 80 chains i» ',''
urn, so chains, thence easl  su chains  'ZZlZuZZ'i'Z'  *" ZZZlt ","*<:"  nt ot '"" '■ " ■ >»■«'   "'      '"""' '
,  ii,„ ,„,;,,,     ,. ',,,,„ ,,          ,   ,       wont st) chains,  tbence nortli  SO cbains acroB iiuuo ■,,. luoa
,'k -.«'    ?.h'  ,.   '.'T "" '"  ' ,11'"-   L°KtlO.OI50a1onrteB0fm0o0; TT1 C""U""- ^PA  VM^
Ing (,4ii aores more or less, Jonathan  Graham,  Agent
,                          \\ ESLE.    IIOWiOY. Sept.   loth,   I'.ilo
Jonatiiun Graham, Agent. '  	
Sopt. dtli, 1010. 1st insertion of notlceson Ibis puge.l.ii'
I ARY 21, 1911.
FORT GEORGE HERALD
8 EVE!.
i_.CE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
-_E notiee thut Samuel Harris, ot
onver, ll.C occupation Agent, Into apply for permission to pur-
tlie following described Jtinds:
(leucine- ut a posi planted about
lies west and I mile south of the
fenst curner of Ihe Dominion Guv-
Jnt Iteserve, In the vicinity p_
llut Bunk Itiver, u triluilnr. ol' Pino
met, and mnrkod "S. 11., N. 10. cor-
"Mt,". Ihenoe s.uiih SO clinins, ihenee
««lrt„SU clinins, thonco noitp SO chains.
thenee in., su cnuins i.i the puint uf
COillltMriooiiioiii    oniilnining     (Hd     acres
more or b-ss.
S.MIIRI.  HAHItls,
Willinm Radley, Agent.
nibor   Hi,   I'.no.
o'Wttpi-:   ltlVIOI!   LAND   DISTHICT.
Disti'ict of Cnriboo.
p_ notiee thnt Vloln Sarah Linton
Jicoiiver.  I1C, occupation   Married
In, liitemls to upply for permission
urchiise    the     lullowing    described
I   Conimencing   al   a   post   piunted
J ono milo suulh und une mile west
Ie soutlieast corner of the Dominion
ilium ni    Reserve,   and   ubout    nine
north uf Swnn  Luke, und  marked
I,., S.E. corner,"  thence  west SO
_..,  ihenee north  SO chains,  thence
1 so chuins,  Ihenee south 80 chains
Jie point of commencement, contaln-
1640 ucres  mure or  less.
VIOLA   SAHA1I   LINTON.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
|)it. IGtll, lino.      	
fe.M'E   RIVER   LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Cariboo.
Al.ic notice Hint llenrv C. Httmnnd
lancouver,  B.C., occupation Mariner,
ids to apply for permission tu pur-
fe the following described lands: Coming at a post planted ubuut twenty
I west und six miles suuth of tbe,
icnst curner uf the Dominion Govern lies, rve, nnd marked "H. C. 11.,
corner," thence nurth 80 chuins,
Ir... U',.^i sd chains, thenee smith 80
Sis, t'uence eust 80 chains to the
| of cuiiiinon, oiiient containing 040
inure  ur  less.
lliONIt.    ''.   IIAMAND,
Jonuthan liraham, Agent.
5th,  1910,
feA.'E   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
LlCIO nolice Hun John Winner Comp-
gut    Vancouver,    H. C,    occupation
Iter, Intends to upply for permission
■Lurches.-    Hie    luliuwing   described
K;  cuniiiiei -  at  u  pust  planted
yt  ....,■  miles  suutli  nnd  one  mile
southeast corner of the Do-
•rnment  Iteserve, und about
U miles  north  of  Swan   Lake,  nnd
W. C. S.W. corner," tiience
Kb   "i ' limns,  llience easl 80 chains,
utii  Hi)  chuins,  tiience west  80
■ns to the point of commencement,
fning mo acres more or less.
JOHN   WARNER Cti.MI'TON.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Et.'i'i.  15th,   1010,
iTKAi'i:  ItlVIOR   LAND  DISTRICT.   -
Dislrict of Cariboo.
'AKE  nutiee  tbat  Matthew  Nett or
■"liver,   B.C.,   occupation   Merchant,
ids to upply for permission tu purine   the   lullowing     described   lanus:
In.noiiolng  nt  a   post  planted    ubout
Jric'ii miles west and two miles south
pin- suotheast corner of the Dominiun
nent   Iteserve,  and   about   three
orth  of the  Upper Ponce Coupe
mil marked "M. N\, N.E. corner,"
|bie west  80 chains,  thence south  80
thence  east   80   chains,   thence
Ith 80 chains  to  the  point ot    com-
ficement,  containing 040 acres more
MATTHEW   NETT.
^^^B      Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Pt, '.lib, 1910,
■PEACE  ItlVIOR  LAND  DISTRICT."
liistrict  of Cariboo.
10 notloo  that  Herbert  Stellar of
ivor, B, C, occupation Officer, Into  apply  for  permission  to  purlin-   following   descrihed     lunds:
pliniieneing   at   a   post   planted   about
fv. a and a half miles south mid nine
lies  west  of  the  southeast corner of
imlnlon Government Reserve, nml
m. miles In a westerly direction
Swan  Lake,  and   marked  "II.  S„
Corner,"   tbonce   west   80  chains,
north  80 chains,  thenee east  80
'    smith   80 -'liains   lo   tho
"innii luenienl  containing   140
HERBERT  STELLAR,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
>ACE  RIVEU   LAND   DISTRICT.
HI. ti 11  of Cnriboo.
IKE notice that Robert   raggerl or
ouver, n. c, occupation Gentleman,
nis in npply for permission to pur-
"   the   following   doscribed     lands:
■""''"''"'   "I   "   post   planted   nboul
" ,""1 u  ''nil  milos south und nine
west   of  tho  southeast   corner  of
"ininiuii Cuvornmont  Reserve, anil
six imios |„ „ WeSteHy direction
swan  Lake,  ami  marked "IS.  T„
"inor." thenco  nnrth  80 chuins.
'   '"WI  SO  chains,   thenci'  soulh   80
.  thence   west   so  ehnins  to  the
"t commencement and containing
li "■>   mure or loss.
It. H'.IORT TAGGAI.T.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
"■ i.i, mio.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICI
District of Cariboo.
F
I'I "I
10
Wan
' I-  RIVElt   LAND   DISTRICT.
I'isii-ioi of Cariboo,
■ nniice thnl Jeantile Stralhle
"on of  vnncouver,   B, c, occu-
Mnrrled  Woman,  Intends  to  np-
'"iiiiisslon to purcliuse Ihe [ol-
'' cribed hinds:   Commencing ul
Iilanted nin,ui n|ne nnd n hull'
outh and seven miles west or the,
11'   nor of the Donilnlnn GOV-
1 Reserve, nml nbuut four miles
' • -lorly dlrecllun from tho north
swnn Lako, und marked ".I. s, it.,
i.orner," thenee suulh 80 ohnlns,
west 80 chuins, llience north 80
H'oiice inst 80 clinins tu Hie point
"loiicoinont contnining mo ucres
'i   less.
N'll-   STRATI 1110   ROHERTSON,
Jnuiilhuu rtralinm, Agent
12,  HI 10.
in ine viciiiuy oi me rvurin i-oi'K of in
Upper I'ouce Coupe lllver, and niuruei
"W. V. B, S.W. corner," thence north
80 clmins, tbence eust 80 chains, thence
soulh St) eliains. tnence west 80 chains
lo tlio point of commencement, containing 1140 acres more or less,
WALTER   VAN   BLAHICOM.
Juiiuibuii Graham, Agent,
September  10, 1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict   of   Cariboo.
TAKE nutiee that Ethel Rose Spence
of Vancouver, D. (.'., occupuliun Married Womnn, intends tu apply for permission to purchnse the lullowing described lnnds: Commencing at u post
planted about eleven und n half miles
south and ten miles wcsl of the southeast eunier of tlle Dominion tlovern-
ment Reserve, nml alioul seven miles
In a westerly direction from Swnn
Luke, and marked "E. it, S, S. E. corner," tiience west 80 ehnins, thenoe
north 8(1 eliains, tiience east 80 chains,
llience soutli 80 eliuins to the polnl of
oommenoement containing 040 ucres
mure or  less.
ETHEL   ROSE   SPENCE,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.    |3,   HI 10.
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICI',
Dislrict   of   Curibuu.
TAKE nutiee that Roberta Lewis of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Stenographer, Intends to apply for permission
lo purchase the following described
lnnds: Commencing at a post iilanted
ubout nine and a half miles south anil
ten miles west of the southensl corner
of lhe pofnlnlon Government Iteserve,
and about fovvn miles in a westerly
direction from the nurth end of Swan
Lake, and marked "R. L, N.E. corner,"
llience west 80 chains, llience soulh 80
cbains, thence easl 80 chains, llience
norlh SO clinins to the puini of commencement und containing 040 acres
more or less.
ROBERTA   LEWIS,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sopt.   18,   1910.
PEACE   ItlVIOR   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of Caribuu.
TAKE nutiee that Joseph Delaney nf
Vancouver, B. ('., occupation Seaman,
Intends lo apply fur permission to purchase the fulluwing described lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted about
eleven und a half miles soulh and seven
miles west of the southeast corner of
the Dominion Government Iteserve, and
ubout four miles in a westerly direction from Swnn Luke, und mnrked "J.
D.i N, 10. Corner," thence south SO1
chains, thence wesi 80 ehalns, thence
north 80 chain.., thence east 80 chains.
lo Hie polnl of commencement containing 010 acres more or less.
JOSEPH DELANEY,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   12,   1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Clarence Rose of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Officer, Intends to apply for perniission to pur-
-chase Hie fulluwing described hinds:
Commencing nt a pust plnnted ubuut
eleven and a half miles suuth anil
seven miles west uf tbe suuthenst curner of the Dominion Government Reserve, and about four miles in a westerly direction from Swnn Lnke, and
marked "('. R„ S. E. Corner," llience
west 80 eliains, thence norlh 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thenee south 80
oliains to the point of commencement
containing 040 ncres more or less.
CLARENCE ROSE,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   13,   HI 10.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
PAKE notice thnt Frank Stearns of
Vancouver, 11. C-, occupution Steward,
iniends to apply for iiermission to purohase Hie following described lnnds:
Commencing nt a post piunted nbout
eleven und u hulf miles south nnd seven
mlles west of the southeast corner of
the Dominion Government Reserve, and
about four miles In a westerly direction
from Swan Lnke, nud marked "P. S., S.
\V. Corner," llience eust 80 clinins.
llience nortli 80 clinins, thence west 80
ehulns, thence south 80 chains to the
puint of commencement contnining 040
ucres   more   or   less.
PRANK   STEARNS,
Jonnthun Graham, Agent-
Sept.  13,  1910.
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKIO nntiee that Otto Qolluber of
New Vnrk City, occupation Merchant,
intends tu npply for permission to nurchase . tlio following described
lands: Commencing at a post
planted about eighteen miles
west nnd two miles suutli nf tho southeast corner of tho Dominion Government Iteserve, In the vicinity of Cut
Hunk River, a trlbutury Of Pine River.
and marked "O. G., s. E. curner." llience
north so chains, thenoe west 80 chains,
thence suutli 80 chuins. thenoe ensl Hi)
chains  In  the  puint  of oommoncement
i tnlnlllg till)  acres mure ur less.
OTTO (inl.1.PRIOR.
Willinm   Radio;',  Agent.
Sold.   10th,   1910.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curibuu.
TAKE noiice that John Maxwell of
Vuncouver, ]!. C, occupation Gentleman,
Intends to upply for permission to pureiiase thp following doscribed lands:
Commencing ui u pust planted auuut
17 1-2 miles west and 1_ milos suuth
of Hie southeast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, in lhe vicinity
of Cut Hunk River, u tributary of Pine
River, und marked "J. AL, S. 10. comer,"
I hence north SO chuins, thence wesi 80
clinins, thence, suutn SO clmins, tbence
oust .0 clinins to the point of cum
mencement, containing Oiu noros more
or less.
JOHN   MAXWELL,
William   Radley,   Agent.
Sopt. nth,  1910.
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Iiislriet  of Curibuu.
TAKE notice Hint Tom Maxwell of
Vancouver, IS. C. occupation Gentleman, intends to upply lor permission
to purohase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post plnnted
about. 17 1-4 miles west and 11 inilos
.soulh of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, In
Hie vicinitv of Cut Dunk River, a tributary uf I'lne River, and marked "T. M„
N. 10. cornel," tiience suuth to cbains,
thence west 180 chuins, llience north so
chuins, tbence enst SO chains to the
puini of commencement containing iho
ucres  more  or  less
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Sept..   171b,   linn.
,...':'>M   MAXWELL.
William   Radley,  Agent.
pioA.'io River land district.
District Of Curibuu.
TAKE nutiee thai Prank Maxwell of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Gentleman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the fulluwing' described lands:
Commencing at a pust printed ubuut
17 1-4 miles west and 11 miles suuth uf
the southeast cm nor ot the Dominion
Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
Cut Hunk itiver, a tributary of Pine
Itiver, and mnrkod "I. .\i., N. W.
corner," thence suuth 80 oliains, tbonce
fast SO ciiains, tbence north SO cbains,
ihenco wi st so chains to the puint ot
commencement containing .10 acres
mure or less.
PRANK  MAXWELL,
William   Radley,   Agent.
.Sept.   17th, 1010.
Wo havo
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
Just Drop En _._.__ Let Us Show You.
\d& Remember we pay special attention t_ £
j( JOHN A.'FRASER^
™ Front Street, QUESNEL, B. C. It
I'lOACIO   RIVKR   LANH   DISTRICT.
District Of Caribuu.
TAKIO nut ice thai Frederick .1. Gadsden uf Vancouver, H. 0., occupation
clerk, intends tu apply Im permission
to purcliuse the following doscribed
lands' Commencing at a pust plnnted
nbuut 18 miles west and two miles
suuth of the suuthenst corner of the
Dominion Government Iteserve, in the
vicinity of Cut Hank River, n tributary
Of I'ine River, and mnrkod "1. .1. tl.,
N. W. corner," thence south SO chains,
tiience eust 80 eliuins, thence nnrth SO
clmins, thenoe west 80 chuins to the
puint of commencement containing 6i0
.lores more Or less.
FREDERICK   .1.   GADSDEN,
William   Radley,   Agent.
.Sept.   16th,   1010.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
S11I1L HARVESTER
COMPANY
McCormick Mowers, Rakes and
Binders always on hand.
PEACE  RIVKR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Edward Cold of
Vancouver, 13, C, occupation Capitalist,
Intends tu upply for iiermission to purohase the following desoribed Inn.Is:
Commencing at a post planted ubout -0
miles west and ono mile soutli of the
southeast corner of the Dominion Government Iteserve. in the vicinity of Cut
lbtnli River, nml marked "10. G., S. W.
oorner." thence north SO clmins, thence
enst SO chains, thence suulii SO clinins,
tbence west SO clinins to Hie puint uf
commencement containing 610 ucres
Iriorc or less.
EDWARD GOLD,
William   Radley,  Agent.
Pept.   16th,   1910-
PEACE   ItlVIOR   LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ul  Curibuu.
TAKK nutiee that linn. T. Willett
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Gentleman, intends to npply for permission to
purchase the fulluwing described hinds:
Commencing tit a pust planted about -i
miles west and two miles suutli of the
southeast corner of the Dominion Government Reserve, In tho vicinity of Cut
Hank River, u tributary of'Pino River,
and marked "11. T. W., N. 10. corner,"
thence smith SO chains, llience west SO
chains, thence north so chuins thence
cast SO chuins to the puint of commencement containing OlO ucres mure
or   less.
HARRY   T.   WH.1.I0TT,
William  Radley, Agent,
,«ept. 16th, 1010.
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LANH   DISTRICT.
liistrict ul' Curibuu.
TAKE nutiee that Carrie Todd Loos
of Vancouver 13, C, occupation .Mnrriod
Wuuijin. intends to apply for permission to purcliuse the following desoribed inn.Is: Commencing at a pust planted nbuut _u miles wesi nnd one milo
smith of the southeast curner of lhe
Dominion, Government Reserve, in the
vicinitv nf Cut Run- River, a trlbutury
«,f Pine River, nnd mnrked "C. T. I... N.
VV. corner," tiience siiuiii 80 ohalns,
thence east su ehnins. tbence north 80
ebulns. thence wesi sn clinins In the
point ui' commencement containing oiu
acres mure or loss.
c..nniio Topo i.ioios,
Willinm   Rndloy,   A«l nl.
sopt. ioth, mio.
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First-Class Sn Every Respect
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
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WIRE FOR ROOMS
Il'l'-U'l.  IUVER  LAN'll  DISTRICI.
DiBtrlct  of Cnrlhoo. '
;'u<l; notice  that  Maud    Utile    nt
I.,,' 'Wi h. C„ occupation willow, In-
■• in apply fur permission  to pur-
'■'   me  following described    lnnds:
lh """"'ine   nt   u   posi   planted   ubout
II   a,)C n  hnlf miles soulh nml seven
,  I  "'si of the southeast corner of
 "'"Inioii (lovornment  Reserve, nml
1  "in- miles in a westerly direction
' ..' niirlh end of Swan   l.nlie, nml
.«.  ..    i '. '"'  s-   ''"  COW.-.."   thenco
,    *» chains, thenoe north so chainB
|(|      east  SI) elinlns,  thonoo south  SO
,...     .o tho notnt of oommenoement
'""UliS til« acres more or Iosb.
MAUD   L1TTLI0,
|S(,n|   ,„        .'onatbnn Clrnham, ARor.l.
1'"" '""'.Hon iibov. notice* JunT..
I'lOACIO  RIVER   LANH  DISTRICT.
Districl nf Curiboo.
TAKIO nntiee that Arthur Maxwell of
Vancouver. 13. '■'.. occupation Gentleman,
Intonds to npply for pormisslon lo purchase the following desoribed lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about
17 l-D miles west and 1. tulles smith of
tiie smith oust curner ot the Dominion
Government iteserve, in tlio vicinitv of
Cut Hunk itiver, n tributary of pine
River, nnd mnrked "A. M„ S- \V
corner." thenee nnrth SO ehnins, Ihcnce
ensl HI) ohnlns, Ihenco suulh Sll clinins,
tbence west SO chuins tn the uoint nf
commencement containing 0,0 acres
more or less.
ARTHUR MAXWIOLL,
Willinm   Hiidlov,  Agenl.
Sept.  mil,  11110.
I'lOACIO  RIVER  LANI)  DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKI. notice that Peter Loo King nf
Vancouver, II. 0., oooupatlon Clerk, Intends tn npnlv for permission m purohase the following described lands:
CominenciiiK nt u pust nlnnted nbout 26
miles west und two miles smith of tlio
snuthonst curner nf the linuilninn Government Reserve In the vicinitv of Cut
Bnnk itiver, n tributary of i'lne River.
and marked "P. I_, K„ N, 10. enrner,"
thenco south SI) ohnlns, tiience west SO
Chains, thoneo nortii SO chuins, Ihenco
enst so chninH to the point of commencement containing c-to acres more
or lors.
I'lOTlOlt  LEO KING,
William  Radio.-, Agent
Sept   Kith, 1U10.
'4
I'lOACIO   RIVElt   LANI'   DISTRICT
' District of Cariboo,
TAKIO nnliee thnl Chester Christie of
Vanoouver, it. c, occupation Gentleman,
Intends to npplv ror pormisslon to purchase the following described lands:
Commenolng nl a posi planted ubout is
miles wosi und 10 miles si,nib uf tbe
southeast corner of tbe Dominion Government Iteserve, In I lie violiiily of Cut
Hunk River, n tributary of I'lne Itiver.
nnd marked "C. .'., x. I., oorner,"
tbence smith su chuins, thence wosi
ehnins, thence uui lb SO chains, thonoe
oust SO ehulns to tho puini ot commencement contnining 640 noros more
or  less.
CIIIOSTIOH  CHRISTIE,
Willinm   lludloy,   Agent.
Sopt.   17tll,   l'JIO.
PEACE RIVER   LANH  DISTRICT,
Dislrict of Cnriboo,
TAKE notice 11i.-ii Mary Uoswortn
Proctor of Vnncouver, 13 C„ occupation
Married Woman, Intenda to apply ior
perniission to purchaso the following
doscribed hinds: Commencing at a post
Plnnted about five miles aouth und one
mile west of the southeast corner oi
the Dominion Government Cos. rve, and
about five miles north of Swnn Lnke.
und marked "M, H P., S.E, corner,'
llience west SO chuins, thonoo north SO
chuins. Ihenco onsl 80 chains, thence
south si) ehnins to the point of commencement, containing 6-10 ncres more
or loss.
MAKV    I30SWORTM    PROCTOR,
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Kept.  16th, 1IH0.
F&Coj
-O   ___!»-*»•   .1*1 __.'_,. _
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Ares., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
.-, Cany the largest stock of merchan ~
3j dise in district.   Prices reasonable u
.yL__, . 7*
I'lOACIO   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT, PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl of curibuu. Disirici. of Cariboo,
TAKE nolice  thnl   Union Christie of TAKE   notice   that    Clifford    .Ininea
Vnncouvor, li, C, occupation Gentleman, Roger, of Vancouver, H. <'., occupation
Intends Ci u-"h   I'ur permission In pur- Clerk,  inieiuls  lo npply  for permission
chase   n.e   following   described     lands! to   purchase   lhe     following    described
Commencing nt u im-u plnnted about _. binds:   Commencing  ul  a   post  planted
miles wesi nnd two miles south nt tin- nboul 28 mlles west and mi" mile south
southeast corner nf the Dominion Gov of tho southeast corner .of tbe Dominion
ci'iunciii  Reserve, In lho vlclnltj  nf Cur. Government   Reserve, in the vicinitv of
Lnnli  River, u tributary of Pine River Cnl   Rank  River, a tributary   of    Pine
nml   marked    "U.  .'..  N   w.    corner," Rlvcr,  nnd   marked    "('.  .1.'  it.,    S,   io.
tbence south  80 ohnlns. (hence oasi  Su oorner" thonce nortii su chuins, ihenco
ohnlns   ihenee  north  SO cb.-lns,  thencu west SO ohalnB, tbonce suuth so ehulns,
west   50 chuins to thu polnl    of com thonce east  su cbains to the polnl of
mencement  containing  010  ucres  more commencement    containing    040    ucres
or lc-s. moro nr loss.
UPTON CHRISTIE, CLIEKORI.  JAMES   ItmllORS,
Wllllum  Ituillc;',  Auout. William   Rowley,  Agent.
Sopl    Hth.   l'JIO. Sept.   Hth,   1010, .
cm,--»_■-__...   | r    Garden Acs.ea,re for Saie
Russell Peden, who has been confined io his rooms in the postoffice
block for a fortnight is out again.
W. M. lOiinnin-hnm left for thc
const last Monday. Mr. Cunningham
has been picking lip investments all
over the country which, it is need-
)___ to relate, abound for those possessed of foresight.
Woodwork too close to a chimney
was the cause of a hurried skirmish
in the rotunda of the Northern Hotel Sunday night. Other than the removal of a dozen planks from the vicinity of the issuing smoke, no damage was done.
Peden's sawmill has had an enforced close down last week, owing
to the cold weather. The saw teeth
resented activity to such an extent
that fourteen teeth in one circular
dropped out in one day. Operations
will be resumed ns soon as weather
conditions moderate and will also allow men to work witl) one pair of
mitts.
P. Landry and G. I,. Howes'-are on
their way to Quesnel. where survey
work will engage their attention for
several months.
Both banking institutions in South
Fort George — the R. N. A. and the
Traders Bank — regaled their numerous customers with calendars for
nineteen eleven. Both are works of
art and fill an undreampt of want in
the cabins of pre-emptors and others
who in the past have been using almanacs several years out of date.
Edward Roberts has taken the
premises formerly occupied by the
Bank of B. N. A. and severs the last
link in his connection with the Natural Resources On.
Andy Forrest left Thursday morning for,Quesnel and will be back in
ten days.
Among the arrivals this week was
A. E. Burton, who came in on Wednesday with A. G. Hamilton's special conveyance. Mr. Burton is in
quest of land and investment.. He
was one of tbe eight passengers
on a B. X. stage thnt left Ashcroft Monday week and overturned
at Cache Creek, six miles out from
the main office of the B. X. The
coach ran into a drift on the side of
the road and keeled over. Other
than the inconvenience caused by
being toppled over into the snow no
damage was done.
N. H. Wesley is expected in next
Monday evening.
W. F. Cooke and W. Seymour are
up the Nechaco river.
A. 0, Hnmilton arrived Wednesday afternoon, just in time to attend the coronation ceremonies of
the annual meeting of the Conservative association, held Thursday in
the McGaghran-Thorn hall.
BIG YEAR FOR IMMIGRATION.
The greatest year in the history of
the Dominion, from an immigration
standpoint, has been the year just
closed. The total number that arrived in 1910 exceeds by 25,000 the
entire population of British Columbia. The number was 325.000. In the
city of Winnipeg alone 75,000 Britishers detrained It is stated in the immigration returns that tbe quality
of the settlers was of a better type
physically than in the past. the
men went less to the towns, and
more to the rural sections.
The government gave away in the
last two years to homesteaders an
area equal to the State of Illinois,
yet there are availnble two hundred
thousand homesteads on the prairies
yet — an area equal to thc state of
Ohio.
The total number of American farmers who arrived was 90,000. They
were mostly men of ripe experience,
and on an average brought in $1000
apiece.
AT THE NORTHERN.
Among those registered at the Hotel Northern are: T. E. Collins, Pe-
denville; A. E. Roberts, Bakerville ;
R. Spinks, Big Canyon; Nels Nelson,
I'edenville; Tom Tracy, A. E. Miller,
Chilaco Gardens; J. Cunningham, it.
White, Fort George; Hank Hammer,
Fred. Gilbert, Joe Diifresne. J. Mc-
Kosh, G. Davis, Six-Mile; 1). Mcintosh, J. Roberts, J. MeCuaig, J.
Hamilton, J. Towlie, J. Pritchard,
T. Pinker, I'edenville; J. Porter, J.
Tutilis, R. Burden, Martin Clarke,
Nechaco;  A.  E.  Burton,   Vnncouver.
QUESNEL BI.DGET.
(Observer of the 7th.)
The Provincial representative of
Cariboo, John A. Kraser, discussed
the needs of thc local district with
members of the Quesnel Conservative
ussoeiat.ii n  Wednesday evening of
this week and took note of the suggestions brought forth by the discussion.
In the absence of the president, D
H. Anderson was chosen chairman of
thc meeting who, upon taking the
chair, stated the purpose of the
meeting and called for remarks.
Among tbe many improvements
needed at Quesnel, and approved of
by those present were the establishment of a local land registry office
district registry nlliee of tlic Supreme court, County court,, i.creation park, enlarged cemetery, market reservation, bridge over V c Eraser, etc.
A resolution wnH pnanerl renin ;_|;ig
j9'
5 and 10-acre blocks
Subdivision of District Lots 7... and 7-17. Almost immediately below South Kort George, traversed by the located wagon road to Quesnel, on the enst side of the Eraser river. This is guaranteed to be
the linest truck garden property ever offered to the public in ibis district.   Prices low;  terms good.
W.F.COOKE
Land Located for Purchase or Pre-emption
2nd Street South Port George
Exclusive agent South Fort George Townsite
\,_ . — J
THE BAM OF VANCOUVER
Head Office: VANOaUVER. B. C
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED - . $2tOOO^^=
DI11T. CTO 1.S:
Jenkins Lumber Co.   Renin    „.
President   Vancouver Timber j V
nil', Co., I,td.. Vanoouvor  n i"
.1.   S.   MITCIIKl.l,,    Ran   '  ,.    .
Victoria,  II. a ",,|l;.
K.  H.  HEAPS,  Esq.,  I..  ,,   „
Co.,   Lumber nml  Timber;' i'?.'
. iilunilmi   Trust   Cii.    l.ni
vor, II. 0. '       "   Vnn'
.1.   A.   HAItVKV.   Esq.,   R ('    I,,
ol Cranbrook,  H.C, v
A. I,. liKWAIt, a,tioraf-.„'„„
II. I'.  Mi'l.l.NNAN,  Esq.,  President: ill
l.illlliill.     Mrl'V.'ly   Si   Co..     Wliul.i-llc
linrdwiiro, Vancouver, B.C.
M.   II.   t'.Mtl.lN,   ..su,.,    Vici-I'i.'Kid. nt.
Capitalist. Victoria, ll.C
HIS  HONOR T.  W.  PATiSRSON,  I.ieu-
toiinnt-liovornor British ('ibmi-iii.
I.. IV, NllATFtlltb,  l.sii-.  M.I,.A..  M.'i-
clinnt,  llc.ll.'V.  ll.C.
W. 11. MAI.KIN.  Esq., The W.  II. Malkin   Co..    1,1.1..     Wholesale,   Qro.ors,
Vancouver, B.C.
II.  .1.  JI3NKINS, Esq..   President  ILL
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fort George Branch; F. N. DEWAR, Manager.
II.C.
leer.
that the governraekt reserve the portion of the townsite west of Front
street for a public park, clear of
buildings, affording an unobstructed
view of thc river.
The necessity of having duplicate
maps of staked nnd pre-empted land
in the district for the use of intending settlers coming to Quesnel, was
brought up and will be given the intention of Mr. Fraser.
A resolution was passed by the association urging that the government immediately survey all lunds
within 25 miles of Quesnel.
Mr. Fraser stated that be anticipated some discussion nnd possible
action during this session on a revision of the Land act, and wished to
receive the opinions of the members
oi the association and others as to
what might be the best measure to
be enacted. The eliminating of staking by agent, by more than one section by one agent, cessation of purchase, setting aside certain sections
within a' township for pre-emptors
only, etc., were among the suggestions made.
At the close of the meeting a vote
of appreciation of past services of
Mr. Fraser and confidence in his earnest efforts to be made for the betterment of the district during the
coming session, was given to encourage him in his work soon to commence at Victoria.
If you want thc cheapeg-.
and best
r
€ras Lamp
$5 to $50
100 to 2000 cantlle power
I
For your business or home
Communicate with
-R.R. Carver
Qt_e-.-_.e_, B.C.
I 1836 J      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars      |  19161
the Bank of British North America
Your money is safer in tbe Dank than in your bouse or in your
pocket. It is not tied up. You can get it out at any time with-
out delay. NOTES discounted. Local and Foreign Drafts bought
and sold.  CODU.CTlONS made promptly.   Money Orders issued
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
John A. Fraser and family left
about noon Thursday on a special
stage for the coast. He will arrive
in K°od time to take up his legislative duties.
The regular general meeting of the
Board of Trade wil! be held on Monday evening the coming week in Occidental hall, at 8 o'clock. A large
attendance of citizens is requested,
whether they nre members of the
board or not, for the reason tbat
the close of thc formal meeting another public meeting will be called
for the purpose of thc formation of
a fire department.
Rev. Duncan Campbell, of Armstrong, B. C, will be in Quesnel the
coming week to represent the Presbytery of Kamloops in inducting
Rev. W. Stott, into the pastoral
chair of the Quesnel Presbyterian
church. This is consequent upon the
call recently tendered Mr. Stott.
The induction will take place on
Friday evening, the 13th, in the
church, and is open to thc public.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT, 1910
Section (Nineteen.)
Notice is hereby given that on the
twenty-first day of February next,
application will he made to the superintendent of provincial police for
the grant of a license for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known as the South Fort
George Restaurant, situate at South
Fort George, B. C, upon the lands
described as Lot numbered fourteen,
in block numbered fifteen, in District
Lot numbered nine hundred and thirty-three.
A. K. I..OU1...HIER.
Districts of
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley antl -Stoney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purchase
and  pre-emption  located.
For full  particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
Sales Agent. Notary Public.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Offices:
South Fort George and Fort George
Telegraphic address:
"Erin,"  Fort George,  B.C.
THE TRADERS' BANK OF CANADA
Head Office: • TORONTO, ONT.
When you hand the store-keeper a cheque for his account
there i.s no need to bother about the receipt. The bank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter whether you v. _ftit it next
week or a year hence, the record of the payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how to use a cheeking account.
Capital and Surplus        - $-,-..<),___>
II. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
(HEADQUARTERS)
FOR
FORT GEORGE LAIS
__
YOU CAN STILL BUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
aad On Very Bcaaonable Terms. Title Perfect.
BOOKKEEPING
Any firms requiring their' books
to be kept written up and balanced. Charges moderate, either
hy the month or job. Business
strictly private.
Edward Roberts-
South Fort George, B.C.
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co, Ltd.
Or to theifc local sales ngent, Edward Roberts,  South Fort (Icorge.
General Offices:  410, 411, 412 Winch BWg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITA]-,
9750,000.
PORT  GEORGE I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert T. Alexnnder, of Fort George, -occupation,
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 21) chains north Irom
the northwest corner of Lot 157. ;
tbence south ubout 55 chains to N.
K. corner of Cora Dodd's purchase;
thence west ill chains; thence north
about 55 chains; thence east twenty
chuins to point of commencement,
and containing lit) acres, more or
less,
ROBERT T. ALEXANDER.
Dec. 29th, 1910.
NOTICE.
Strayed on to the Indian reserve,
Laketown, Nechaco, one red cow and
calf, bobtailetl, branded like VV on
ribs. If not claimed, and expenses of
feed and this notice paid for, said
cow will be sold by public miction 30
days from date of first insertion of
this notice.
W.  J,  McALLAN,
Dec. 31, 1910.
gore & McGregor,
B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
W   ill have a party in (l.o Cold during thu whule of cuming ttinl.r.
Victoria and
Pout George, J!. C,
XHE  	
CLUB PGQL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
A Fresh Shipment
of Oranges, Apples
and Lemons to hand
Four poo] fables
Splendid environments
»
BURCH k LUKE, Proprietors
BUILDER  AND   CONTRACTOR
Plans und Blue Prints
Furnished.
Estimates Submitted.
Cor. Thapage and Second
SOUTH FORT GKORGE, 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
COME TO
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Investigate Our Proposition
_-=^
and you will find a good live town -  Two banks, saw mil
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of satisfied  buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVROPMENT CO.
173 Hastings St., VANCOUVER, B. C.
Second St., SOUTH FORT CEORGE, B. C.
P. G, P. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
i'l'.-i'ijipliomi Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
EOTIM-TR- -U-MITTlin,
FOItT OROIlfll.  LAND  DISTHICT.
IllHti'l.t ol Cnriboo.
Take notice that Joseph Brook- Pantry of Vic-
toria, occupation engineer, Intonds to npply for
pormisslon to purobuso the following: described
Commencim. nl a post |,hint..hit tho S.E, corner
of Lot 2080. tnonco east III chuins more or iess to
thu wost boundary of Iol mil; ihenco nortii hd
chums, tnence west 40 cbains mora or loss, thonco
south 80 chains to point of commencement, and
.n*,,'<un!op't!.nacros moron*1 less,
O.i. 21.11)10. J ,, oh Brooks l'onty,
i-ivi:.-.l.l.lll V\. ll. M-il.lo, ...not.
POUT (1I-OIK1I. LAND DIS-MCT
District ol Cnriboo.
Take nolice that Samuel John Booth, of VI.
occupation laborer, intends to upply for)
sion lo purchase the following: dOBOi loo0
Common.ing nt ll post planted nt lh.":'"
corner of Iol 2087.  thenee oust 80 chuini'
less, thenee north Ml ehulns lo the south I*"
of Iol 2101, thence west 110 elmins more
thonco Bouth HI) chains to point of Common.
uu.l eoniuining: .)() neres more or less,
Oct. I'., lillll. .Samuel John H."
Nvm-Jo-I. W. II. Sfolkle,"
land.

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