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VOL.   III.     NO. 47.
GOLDEN, B.O.,    MARCH,  10,   1909.
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• WE INVITE  •
0 Your Inspection of our New
* Fabrics, in all the advanced
J Winter weaves and Colorings.
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A.D.J. MATHIESON
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HENRY'S NURSERIES
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from the best growers in England, France, Holland, United
States and Canada.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL MS
SMALL FRUITS, HOME 6R0WN
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers
etc.
140 page catalogue free.
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M. J. Henry,
Greonhouses   and     Seedhou ss
8010 Westminster Road,
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COLUMBIA
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First Class Work in
all branches of the
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Roman Catholic Church-Rev. Father
Cocolla, 0. M. I. Pastoa. Services
avery second Sunday in each month.
Mass 10 a. m., Benedic. on 7:80 p. m.
Sunday school every  Sunday at (2
p.m.
OBITUARY.
A man by the name of James Clary,
dropped dead at the mill last Friday.
He had been employed by the Columbia River Lumber company, us
shipper in the lumber yards, and was
walking back back to work after having dinner, when he was seen to drop
onto the ground. Help was quickly at
hand, but was not required, as the old
fellow had breathed his last.
Coroner Huckham was called and the
remains taken to the General Hospital
where they were embalmed.
Clary was'67 years of age, and leaves a bister and two brotherj in Washington to mourn his loss.
PRESENTATION.
The Columbia Hall was the scene of
a pleasing function un Saturday night
when Mr. J. E. Griffith was presented
with handsome gifts by his many
friends in Golden, and throughout this
valley as well, on his departure from
Golden to South America, where he will
superintend the building of snow-sheds
on the Trans-Andean railway.
The event was pleasing in the marks
of esteem felt for Mr. Griffith, and regret that Golden will lose a most faithful and prominent citizen.
Mr. Griffith was the recipient of a
handsome travelling bag with silver
mountings and a purse of gold, several
addresses being msde each testifying
to the esteem felt for Mr. Griffith, and
regret of his loss. The eveni ig passed
pleasantly in song and speech, follow-
by refreshments.
Mr. Griffith, who was deeply touched
by the kindly expressions of his friends
assured them that he would value highly their gift and their good wishes.
Mr Griffith left Tuesday for Vancouver, and then to New York, where
he will sail for South America.
HAPPENED IN GOLDEN
The other morning in Golden a boy
named Johnny started to school somewhat late, and to save time, cut across
lots. Coming to a barbed wire fence
he gently threw his books over and
then proceeded to crawl through between the wires. In doing so one of
the barbs caught the caboose of his
pants and caused a rip clear up to the
waistband. Johnnie found a solitary
pin in his coat and closing the rent as
well as possible, went on his way,
arriving at the school house just after
school had taken up. As he entered
the door the teacher said: "Johnnie I
see you're little behind." "I know it"
replied Johnnie, "but if I'd had another
pin you wouldn 't."   And that held her
until recess.
THOROUGHBRED STOCK
Seven thoroughbred cattle, in charge
of Mr. Henry Ford of Priddis, Alta.,
arrived in Golden last Thursday night.
Mr. Geo. K. McDermott of Rainbow
Ranch, has three thoroughbred jerseys
in the bnnch, one bull, "Brampton
Rioter" which won the championship
honors at the Toronto and Guelph exhibition last year, and the heifer "Jane
of Lakeroy," weich won the highest
honors for her class ai the Winnipeg
exhibition, was amongst the herd.
Mr. Thos. King has three thoroughbred holstien cattle on the way, but
they have not yet arrived.
EXPERIMENTAL   FARMS
DOUBLE   TRAIN SERVICE
It is probable that the double daily
transcontinental C. P. R. train service
from Montreal to Vahcouver will go
into effect on May 1st. This matter,
however, will be settled at a conference of representatives which is being
held at Winnipeg, today. It was reported recently that the double service
tsould go into effect on March 15th.
CITY & GENERAL.
Jack Buckham paid Field a business
trip last week.
Repeat it:—"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
D. D. Clarke of Field, was a Golden
visitor Thursday.
Dr. Scott, of Field, was transacting
business in the city Wednesday, returning Thursday.
James Beach of Athalmer, came
down on last stage, on business. Mr
Beach, has been running a logging
camp for the Columbia River Lumber
company this winter, near Athalmer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Aylmer, who
have be spending the past few weeks
with Miss. Lang, have returned to their
home in Revelstoke, Miss. Lang accompanied them.
J. W. Clark, who es.-aped from the
New Westminster Penitentiary with
Bill Miner, on August 8th, 1907, has
been captured at Mt. Vernon, Wash.
Clsrk escaped, in company with Bill
Miner, W.J. Wood and A. F. McClusky,
and no trace had been found of any of
the quartette till a few days sgo, when
Clarke, who had been living in Mount
Vernon for some time, wss identified
by Sheriff Stephens of that place. He
has informed the Mount Vernon authorities that Bill Miner and Woods are at
present in Australia.
Kootei'iy Members Lay Claims for Establish*
ment
One of the chief subjects of discussion at the Wednesday's sitting of ths
Federal House at Ottawa was the
question of experimental farms.
Martin Burrell, Yale-Cariboo, urged
upon the Minister of Agriculture the
desirability of establishing one experimental station in the arid districts
of British Columbia, were irrigation is
necessary for proper production of
| fruit, etc. Owing to the great difficulty
of reclamation of the soil, such a station would be of great service at tbe
present time when people are experimenting and are more or less in the
dark, the consequence being a good
deal of confusiod.
Mr. Burrell said that fruit industry
j of British Columbia is one which is
getting to be of enormous importance
to Canada, and he hoped the minister
would see his way clear to look into the
mat i er at once and establish a station
at a point in British Columbia where he
considered ii Would do the most good.
A. S. Goodeve, Kootenay, pressed
upon the government the necrssity of
further experiments in the growing of
fruit for the purpose of improving the
market values of fruits. Such work,
he was confident, would much more
than pay for itself.
C. A. Magrath, Medicine Hat, supported the principle of the resolution
in general, but especially in reference
to the west. No new country could be
settled without experiments in agriculture, he said, and on that basis he
heartily supyorted the resolution.
Han. Sydney Fisher accepted the
resolution, expressing the policy of the
government. It would be difficult,
however, to meet the demand for experimental stations on account of the
expense. Consequently it was necessary to make a choice, and in making
that choice the government was guided by the principal of establishing
farms' where they would serve larger
population rather than smaller population, or where conditions were such
that the results secured would be applied only to a narrow range, In B.C.,
he said, the government indended to
establish a farm on Vancouver Island
and one on the mainland. In the near
future it would be necessary to establish several experimental farms in
British Columbia.
The Golden Board of Trade should
take the matter up of having having
an experimental farm in the valley, as
it will a great deal to the farmer*
throughout the entire and to Golden as
well. THE GOLDEN TIMES.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS
•-BY--
T.   H.   CONNER.
WHO MADE McBRlDE LAY DOWN?
(Prince Rupert Empire.)
The most important local event of
the week occured on Monday, at 2 o'clock, when A. J. Morris, ss returning
officer for Comox-Atlin district, declared William Templeman, of Victoria
publisher, elected to ihe Dominion
House of Commons by acclamation. A
few minutes before two, L. Crippen, a
clerk in the provincial government
office, came into the court room, where
the returning officer and others were,
mounted a chair, and set the hands of
the eight-day clock bask five minutes,
the spectators making humorous .and
derisivs remarks at his actijn. But
the clock stopped. When his watch
showed two o'clock, Returning Officer
Morris rapped his gavei and declared
the nomination closed, then announced
that the only nomination made was that
of William Templeman, wiiom he declared duly elected. The reasons
Michael Manson was not nominated may
be given as:
1. The laying down of Premier McBride.
2. The opposition of the head men
in the empioy of tne |Un.on Coal
company at Cumberland.
The rank and ala of ,',the party were
willing to fight; but the leaders and
the men from whom the sinews of war
were to come absolu.ely reiu.ed io
help. Had Premier McBride Baid the
word, Manson would have been nominated, campaign money or no campaign
money. The question then is. "Who
made Premier McBride lay down?"
Dr. Henry Esson Young, L. L. D.,
provincial secretary, hadn't enough
influence to do it for his political influence is confined to half a dozen provincial constables and a few personal
friends in A thn and Skeena districts,
Who, then, pulled "Dick's" coat-tail
and made him sit down? The question
may be answered befoae the gext provincial election.
Both Mr. Templeman and Mr. Man-
son left Prince Rupert on Thursday on
the Rupert City. Mr. Templeman
along with Mr. Wm. Sloan and Dr.
Kergin, M. P. P., visited Port Easing-
ton and Port Simpson before leaving.
In this connection, it may be said
that Returning Officer Morris, who is
a business man and not a politician,
showed how an election could be pulled
off on time, if only energy and busia.ess
sense were used. His arrangements
for posting the proclamations and distributing the ballot-boxes were perfect
for ho hired men, not political henchmen, to do the work.
MILLIONS TO RiSPtNl
ly C. P. I. for New Work on Western
Divisions
Winnipeg, March 9.-Ihe superintendents of the Canadian Pacific railway who were in conference in this
city last week took up the consideration of new. work and improvements
in connection with the lines of the
company to be completed during the
present year. Work of this character
will be done under the supervision of
all district superintendents and provision for its beginning is now being
made by the engineers.
An official statement of the work of
construction of new lines and of improvements on existing lines has been
issued. The statement includes the
work on the three divisions, central,
western, and Pacific. The amount of
money which will be expended on this
work is large, covering many millions, j
PRESIDENT TAFT
Takes Oath ol Office on Jnugurallon
Day.
Washington, March 5,—Wm. H,
Taft took the oath of office as oresidert
of the United States in the Senate
Chamber at 12.65 yesterday afternoon
and concluded his inaugural address at
1.30 o'clock.
Owing to the blizzard that raged
here last night and this morning the
inaugural exercises could not be held
on the spot just outside of the capitol
building, where so many pres'.netils
have taken tha oath of office. This
was the only change in the program as
announced by the c mmittee on arrangements.
President Taft delivered his address
immediately following the inauguration of Vice-President Sherman, and
the taking of the oaths by the new
senators. While Vice-President Fairbanks was reciting the oath his succe •
sor kissed the Bible and then raised the
gavel and used it for the first time.
Notice
Windermere Land District
District of N. E. Kootenay,
.At Ike Churches
H|St. Andrews" Presbyterian-Rev. W
L. xacRae, Paitor. Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7*30 p. m. Sunday
School 2:30 p.m.   Prayer meeting ever
Take notice that J. L. McKay of
Sinclair, B. C., occupation Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
South East corner of Lot 7578, thence
North 120 chains, thence East 40 chains
thence South 120 chains, thence West
40 chains to place of commencement
containing 480 acres.
Nov. 28th, 19<)8. 37-2mo.
J. L. McKAY.	
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Grace v ethodist Church-Rev. F. L.
Carpenter Pastor. Services every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath
Shcool 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
St. Paul's Anglican — Rev. C. F.
Yates Vicar. Mattinslla. m. Even-
pong 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sunday
School 2:30 p.m.
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-AND-
The Family Herald and
Weekly Star
OF MONTREAL
For the
Two.
The GOLDEN TIMES will supply
you each week with a complete budget of local news, reliable reports of
the district.
THE FAMILY HERALD & WEEKLY STAR of Montreal is the acknowledged best Family and Farm paper ■
on the continent. No home can afford to be without it. To farmers it
is simply invaluable. It interests one
and all and is beyond question the
best dollar's worth to be had. ,
The combination of the GOLDEN
TIMES and THE FAMILY HERALD *
& WEEKLY STAR provides you with
the greatest amount of wholesome1
family reading and valuable infor-.
mation, and at the above price every
home in this district should take advantage of the offer.
MONEY REFUNDED NOT SATISFACTORY
Th. GokLn   Times,
Golden, B. C.
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Canadian fruit   trees For;
Canadian People.
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A little over a year ago, the old reliable nursery firm of Brown Bros. Co.
of Toronto, opened a branch in Vancouver, under the management of Mr.
Chas. L. Trotter. The move has been so highly appreciated by the people
of British Columbia, that a very great volume of business has resulted. Th*
fact that ourstock haa been shipped to all parts of the province, successfully, and in good time for planting, both in spring and fall, warrants us in
further extending the business by making these results more widely known.
Planters of large or small orchard s csn now recu-.efirst class stock direct
from the nurseries where the trees are grown, by expert nurserymen, who
have done nothing else but produce the best trees, for the past twenty-five
years.
Our stock has a sd..d, Arm texture of wood, and an abundance of fibrous
roots, the growing and packing pf our trees is always under the   direct
supervision of tha members of our firm, thus we are able to aee  that   our
stock turns out true to name .
We are dea'rous of getting into touch with every planter of trees in the
province, aid invite corresponden-e'jfrom all who Nre interested. You can
can order direct from this office,^! through our agents. Send your list* of
wants for spring or fall to this office to be priced before ordering elsewhere, we will give you a uqua.e deal, and reasonable prices for a Canadian product.
vVe 2*1*0 jit .naiy acres of ornamenta\ trees, shrubs, roses, etc., and can
quote r-aso lable prices on large oraers for park or street planting. We
constantly employ a first class landscape architect, whose seruices are at
your iisposal, if you are layi.i* out large or small public parks or private
gardens.
We want a few more good reliable men to represent us in unoccupied
territory, and shall be pleased to have applications from any successful
man,  we pay a liberal commission on all good business sent us.
For further particulars in regard, to prices or terms to agents address
Chas. L. Trotter; Manager Brown Bros. Nurserymen, Ltd., 1125 8th Ave. West, Vancouver, B. 0.
utkilSION REACHED
BY THE G. P. R.
a Regard toTbi Recent Wrecks tt motor
mil Emerald
The Canadian Pacific Railway company have given their decisions as the
result of the recent wreck at Hector
when Fireman Geo. ".Burchill lost his
life. x
According to their rules, engineers
in charge of locomotives are to be on
the look out for, and must be sble to
bring their engine to a stand-still within a few minutes.
It appears that Fireman Nicholson,
who was in cargo of No. 96 at the
time, ran into a westbound ft eight on
Hector Siding, and caused the death oi
one of the employees. Nicholson and
Fireman Walter Hill were discharged
from the road for carlessly.
Engineer McGowan and Fireman T.
Carey, were also dismissed for causing
the recet.t smash up at Emerald.
Columbia Biver Lumber Co., Ltd.
MILLS AT GOLDEN, BEAVER, KAULT & GARLIN
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LARGEST CAPACITY IN BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
ALL KINDS OF LUMBEH, LATH AND SHINGLES.
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WOOD FOR SALE.
TEBKCISH. HEADOFFIGE GOLDEN, 0. 0.
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Wood for Sale
We still have a few cords of
first class dry fir. Cutinany
length required, at $5.00 Per
Cord. Green wood $4.00 Per
Cord. Send in your
Orders Now,
J. W. CONNER. - COLDEN
NEW GAME LAW
A bill having for its object the
furnihing of more adequate protection
for the game of the province was introduced into the legislature this week
by message by the chief commissioner
if lands One of the chief provisions
of the bill is that forbidding the use of
the automatic shotgun.
The bill makes i an offence to buy,
sell or offer for sale the heads of mountain sheep, elk, moose or cariboo, ur
the teeth of wapiti, or elk. The sale
o; protected birds or animals is prohibited durii.g the i lose season.
Non-resident hunters may obtain licenses extending from September 1st
to July 15 on payment of $100; a license to hunt bear, deer and goats f<r
any one month between September 1st
and December 15, for $ 5 snd a license
to hunt bear in the spring between
December 1 and July 16, for $25.
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{     glad for newt     mbfitna'. ;
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|     oiu paper weicouae in eveiy ;
.     home, and our patrons to j
understand that our interests j
extend from one end of the
valley to the other, j
WONG  TUIE,
WE SELL
FRESH FRUIT,
CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCOS
&
CIGARS.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date the Columbia Hotel
C >mpany, Limited, intends to apply to
the-Superintendent of Provincial Police
for a renewal of the retail liquor licence
for the Columbia Hotel, Athalmer,
B.C.
Dated February 10th, 1909.
The Columbia  Hotel   Company,
Limited.
MARCH NOME JOURNAL
The Home Journal for March contains a most startling article on the
"White Slave Traffic," by hon. E. T.
Sims of Chicago, in which the inner
working of this nefarious trade in
young girls is laid bare. "Western
Women and the Dower" is the subject:
of a most interesting discussion by
Lillian K. Beynon of Winnipeg, snd
this with a quaint description of the
Life of a Prairie Settler by an Englishman, gives an insight into conditions
in the Great West. The Msrch nun.-
ber is of course Irish in tone and contains in!addition to two of Thorns s
Moore's Irish melodies, an historical
reference to St. Patrick, Ireland's
patron saint. There ia the usual amount
of story matter with interesting, departments on Fashions, Fancy Work,
Sick Room, Women's Institutes, Household, etc. For the boys some interesting coin tricks are explained.   An in-
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on*
month after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent, of Provincial Police
for a transfer of my retail liquor licence
for the Columoia Hotel, Athalmer,
B. C, >o the Columbia Hotel company.
Limited.
Dated Fe'ru".ry 10th, 1900.
(♦EORGE A.  STARKE.
STEVENS
IN   OAMP  OR   FIELD-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Thtrolo always ichirico
to onjoy sotnt shooting
TO SNOOT WELL VOU BUST BE EQUIPPED WITH
A RELIABLE HilEARM- the onlAlnd wo hove
boon moklh-f foe upward, of flity yoara.
Our Urn: RIFLES. PISTOLS, SHOTGUN';
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
Ask your Dealer, ond insist on the
8TKVENS. Where not sold by Re-
liT..jro, we .hip direct, exnrtiM nrr.
VnM. upon receipt of Catalog price.
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Chicopee Folio,
Mum., U.S.A.
e eoae in j ize and an advance in sub-
so iption price is announced, for June
1st, but in the meantime subscription*
are, being taken at the old rate of fifty
cents. The Home Journal haa develop
ed wonderfully and is a credit to Canadian journalism r
aft
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WINDERMERE     NURSERY
Centrally located and fitted with modern conveniences.
Cosine Unexcelled.      The Rar is   Stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
RATES $2.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
J. G. Greene, Proprietor
City & General
The ice harvest is about over.
Mr. J. Blakely left Monday on a
business trip to Field.
Mr. C. Fisher, manager of the Strand
Hotel at Field, was in town Thursday.
He says that business was never better.
Chss. Shultz, who has been spending
the winter at Athalmer, returned to
Golden Wednesday,
Ed. Clarke, of Wilmer, came down
on Friday's stage. He is registered at
the Queen's.
^Repeat it: —'Shiloh's Cure will always cure my coughs snd colds."
It is rumored that Capt. Armstrong
will be Gold Commissioner in the place
of J. E. Griffith, who has gone to South
America.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Otto, of Field, are
spending a tew daya the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. D. Hoar.
Mr. James Brady, accompanied by
Mr. Campbell Brady, left for the
Upper Country, where they will be
engaged in survey work for about a
month. ,
Rember the Parlor Social which will
be held Friday, March 12th, at the
residence of W. H. Adams. Ihe
Ladie's Aid of the Presbyterian Church
are giving the affair.
P. C. Coates' Survey party returned
from Donald, where they have been
doing considerable amount of survey
work for the Columbia River Lumber
company.
For Sale-One Remington Typewriter
in perfect working order.-Apply at
this office.   . Bt.
It has been stated at the head office
of the Grand Trunk Pacific that the
company will undertake the building of
the Quebec bridge, and that it will
agree to complete the structure to the
general satisfaction within three years.
The Sunday School Children of the
Presbyterian .Church, were treated
Saturday afternoon to a sleigh drive.
A large number of smiling little girls
and boys were seen about two o'clock
making their way towards the Presbyterian manse, where two rigs were in
readiness. The party were driven
about th«* city and thence np to the
three mil* post, and judging from the
laughing and shouting of tha young-
iters they certainly had a jolly time.
Alex. Blakely returned yesterday
from an extended visit to the east.
Repeat it --"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my ccughs and colds."
Sam Brown, who is trapping down
the Kootenay this winter, came in
yesterday with a bunch of skins.
Th<* locomotive, which went down in
the Three Valley wreck, when the
engineer and fireman lost their lives,
passed through Golden Monday on its
Way to the Winnipeg shops.
iVir. and Mrs. Boettger, returned to
Golden Wednesday, after spending :i.
few weeks with Mr. Boettger'* parents at Olds, Alta. They left again
.Monday for their new home at Okanagan
Centre, where they will in future reside.
Look for R. Gable's advertisement
elsewhere in this issue, offering 3060
rjllsof wall-paper, all the latest de
signs, for sale at cost price. We urge
t lat persons who require up-to-date
paper should take advantage of this
offer.
Spring is here. Peck McSwain, tha
boose artist, has appeared again after
a few months visit with Uncle Saw*
P.-ck is proud. He refused to empty a
saJitoon in Greenwood last week for
two drinks, unless he received one in
advance.
Repeat it:-"Shiloh's ' ure will
always cure my coughs and colds.''
In the Commons at Ottawa, Mr.
Oliver, replying to Mr. Ralph .-Smith,
said that the number of Orientals in
British Columbia on January 10 last
was 38,258. Of these •17,i29 were
C.iinese. 5,131 Hindoos, and 15,846
Japanese. The number of Orientals
who had been naturalized waa 7,442,
During January the total arrivals of
Orientals were 55.
Haa now a limited
number of
YOUNG APPLE TREES
FOR SALE
•f tha varieties specially
Selected and suitable fer
this district
Istchiice 25 cts.
2nd   «    20 cts.
If selected by the pur-
ehaser, 1st choice. 20c. ;
2nd choice, 16c.   Apply te
E. W. HUSTLEY, WILMER, B. O.
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In looking over our Stock we have found that we are
somewhat crowded in the Wall Paper line, and in order
to make more room, we have decided to offer the whole
consignment, consisting of 3000 rolls, all the latest designs, at est price. Come early and take your pick of
the  bunch.
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Notice
Windermere Land District
District of N. E. Kootenay,
Take notice that J. L. McKay of
Sinclair, B. C, occupation Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
South East corner of Lot 7678, thence
North 120 chains, thence East 40 chains
thence South 120 chains, thence West
40 chains to place of commencement
containing 480 acres.
Nov. 28th, 1908. 87-2mo,
J. L. McKAY.
SYNOPSIS   OF  CANADIAN
HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
n the Railway Belt in British Columbia,
may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a fajpily, or any
imale over 18 years of age, to tbe extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres
more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader ia required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plsns:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in each
year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisned by such
person residing with the father.or
mother.
(8) If the settler baa hia permanent
residence upon fanning land owned by
him in the vicinity of his homestead,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by residence upon the said
land.
Six months notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL-Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2,560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
Wi W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B. -Unauthorised publication of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
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Hugh Maedonald
Barrister & Solicitor.
GOLDEN,
B.C
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