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VOL.   HL     NO. 45.
GOLDEN, B. C,   FEBRUARY, 24,   1909.
$1.00 PER TEAR
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saBaBMBBHagHaaBKg BUSY DAY AT OTTAWA
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K. C. Gets Extension of
Time.
NO EXPORT DUTY 01 WOODPULP
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Centrally located and fitted with modern conveniences.
Cusine Unexcelled.      The Bar ia   Stocked with the boat
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
RATES $2.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
J. C. Greene, Proprietor
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Wood for S*k
CLOSESEASON EXTENDED
Trout Pishing Will Not
Open Until May 1st.
THIS IIIGLUES THE KOOTENAY
We still have a lew cords of j
first class dry Iir. Cut in any i
length required, at $5.00 Per]
Cord. Green wood $4.00 Per
Cord. Send in your)
Orders Now.
J. W. CONNER. - GOLDENj
| WE INVITE
* Tour Inspection of our New
Fabrics, in all the advanced
Winter weaves and Colorings.
II
seme lira
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A.D. J. MATHIESON
-   The Tailor.
WINDERMERE     NURSERY
Haa now a limited
number ef
fOII
TREES
POR SALE
of the varieties epeeially
•elected nnd suitable for
this district
E. W. HUSTLET,
1st chiioe 25 cs.
2nd   "    20 cts.
If selected by tho our*
ehaaer, 1st choice. 20c. ;
Ind choice, lie.   Apply te
WILMER, B. O.
V
Moving Pictures at the Opera House
-TO-NIGHT-
WHEN MB. SPEAR WILL PRODUCE SCENES OP THE
PASSION PLAY, ALSO THE BURNING OP ROME, AND
BUPPALO  BILL'S   WILD  WEST  SHOW.
2-LONG HOURS OF ENJOYMENT-2
ADMISSION-     ADULTS   lie-       CHILDREN lOe.
Ottawa, Feb. 23.—The commons did
a good day's work in the public estimates, with little friction passing
$1,200,000 before adjournment.
Mr. Murphy told Mr. Taylor tSrt
the government had not received any
application from the British Columl in
government asking for a royal commission of inquiry into Oriental immigration, whereupon Mr. Taylor raid
that he must be mistaken, ng the British Columbia records showed such a
memorial to have been sent and received. Sir Wilfred Laurier explained •
that Mr. Murphy rnly spoke  Ut tht j
As a result of the changes made in
the regulations made by the Dominion
Government last year. the season for
trout fishing in Kootenay aad tne
Okanagan waters does not open until
May 1st this year, instead of March
2V h as formerly. A heavy fine will be
imposed on any infraction of this law.
No, trout weighing less than three
pounds i,.ay be offer*<" for ssle and
none under eight inches in length may
be captured.
"owinor •( Herd of Bisons ti Oil
i
Cana.ia's oldest bison is to be  rele-
state department and no< for the privy g-tjd ,o th<j ^ mA conflned gpgc<
council.
Hon, Mr. Fielding arrived last evening and waa givin a good reception.
He declined to apeak upon his mission
until he tells parliament about the results.
Sir Wilfred Laurier announced that
no negotiations were in progress with
the United State* as to woodpulp, and
that the government was not considering the impression of an eaport tax.
It would be to the disadvantage ot
those loyal and true to Britain and he
doubted the properiety of the question.
The government wss not compelled to
pass an opinion on the matter. There
was some discussion regarding the
postal facilities in Montreal, which are
considered insufficient.
/or the greater part of the day Hon.
Mr. Pugsley waa on the firing line.
Mr. Pugsley had the material at hand
with which to satiaf) the curiosity of
the opposition, and the result was that
when the house adjourned at 11 o'clock
he had sue ended in getting a milliou
Hnd a quarter passed through for pub
lie buildings in Ottawa and the eastern
provinces.
Mr. Porter gave notice of a resolution setting forth that the present
practice and jurisdiction of psrlisment
in granting of devorces should be abrogated and discontinued, and that jurisdiction should he confirmed upon some
court in each of the provinces not already having courts possessing such
jurisdiction.
At the flrst meeting of the public
accounts committee it was decided to
examihe transactions on tha Inter,
colonist railway, Trent canal and National Transcontinental railway.   A.L.
(Continued en page 4.)
of a museum. Sir Donald, the veteran buil of the Banff herd, wil', in a
few days be transport ed to the hsppy
hunting ground, where he will rejoin
th -andi of his tribe who have gono
before, according to a statement mado
by Howard Douglas, commissioner of
dominion parks.
This sole survivor of ai. historic
tribe was • aptursd in 1872 as a i-alf by
the late Hon. Jas. Mackay, a noted
flgure in the early history of Manitoba
and the northwest. Mr. Mackay was
collecting a herd for his private ranch.
The herd was kept at Silver Heights,
near Winnipeg, and was later transferred to Warden Bedson of the Stony
Mountain penitentiary, with whom Lord
Strathcona had considerable interest in
the preservation of the buffalo.
Sir Donald Smith, as he was then
known, on the division of the herd,
presented this bull with twelve other
buffalo to the dominion government,
and they were sent to the national
pa.-k at Banff, where they became tho
nucleus of the present herd, numbering about 100. All the rest of tho
original herd, with the exi eption of
Sir Donald have died. Sir Donald,
too, ia allowing marked signs of ago
and decrepitude, and it has been decided to slay him and keep his hid. atei
skeleton intact in a museum, as a
splendid monument and remembranco
of an age when Canada waa an undisturbed wilderness-
Roman Catholic Church-Rev. Fathet
Cocolla, O. M.> I. Paator. Service*
every second Sunday in each month.
Mass 10 a. m., Benediction 7:30 p. a.
Sunday school every Sunday at I
p.m. irit mum invits.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS
-BY-
T.   H.   COaNNEB.
'fa
OLIVER HECKLES McBRIDE
An innocent-looking private bill precipitated the legislature into a bitter
fight on Tuesday, and got Premier McBride into a most severe heckling that
he has experienced for many moons in
the house. The coal platform of the
McHride campaign in 1903 was raked
from the dust of the archives by John
Oliver (Delta), and for an hour and a
half the premier stood with his back
to the wall, parrying and sidestepping
the thrusts of the opposition warrior.
The fight was started by Dr. Mc-
Guire, fifth member for Vancouver,
who has radical views ns to the price
of coal. In the bill asking certain privileges for a small coal compano he
wanted inserted a.provision that would
make t.,e company sell coal to the pub -
lie as cheaply as^to its agents.
This amendment was fiercely assaulted by itfr. Oliver, by the sueiali.it con-
tmgent and others, and finally the
premier came to the rescue of the
member for Vancouver. In the course
of his re.narks the premier said:
. "The opposition, and particularly the
memuer for Del'ta,*laV- always on the
alert to protect the' Ottawa government," said the premier. "Theywant--
ed to substitute a committee of this
house to make the inquiry. I am not
surprised at this action. The well
known proclivities of the member f;:r-
Delta for establishing records and manufacturing evidence are directed more
towards exciting the electorate than in
the iiueresis of the country. In the
fir.*t place, it is well known-' that the
department at Ottawa is better equipped for this work' than the provincial
government; The resolution was forwarded to «©ttawa and a reply Was received. -That was all. If there is! any
anxiety about it should be r-ver the
neglect <>f the department at Ottawa
o look into this matter.
"Personally I have no desire to make
any point of politics in this matter. I
am sure that everybody would ucquit
me of any desire to-put a point of po'i-
tie* before the good of thecotintry— —''
i Mr. Henderson (Yate)-No! No! "
-Mr. Hawthornthwaite (Nanaimo)£-
If the hon. premier- would 'Agree to
expropriate . all the "coal mines the
socialists would support him.      **'
The premier returned to the charge.
He skid that Mr. Oliver'* position
would have been stronger if Ke had
alienable to produce any information
that would be bf value to the house in
the matter in- hand.'' He' hbped liiat
after this debate Ottawa would do
something. As far as the government
could do anything towards carrying on
a proper investigation it would spare
no efforts.
-(. <M.r> Oliver again took   up  the  par-
.able.   The premier had, he said, again
iy. :- ■ ' • • :" t   "
succeeded, in evading the discussion of
his broken pledges. He wanted the
department at Ottawa to take action.
What had the department to do with
these coal lands? The lands of the
Crew's Nest comp..ny were the only
coal landa in the prpvince acquired under the dominion, and this company
was the only one in ihe province producing cheap coal. It was the dominion
gouernmei.t that placed the $2 a ton
clause ir. their contract. Every other
company had acquired its holdings
direct from the British Columbia government. | ,,,   .
"Last year .when the government
referred to the trade ,and commerce
department what did not belong to it,
bat to this province," said Mr. Oliver.;,
"The premier saip that this department would have power to go into the
books'of the companies. That was my.
reason for moving that a committee of
the house under, ake the investigation.;!
A select committee of this house1 has;
power to open all the books of business'
companies. The government votei
down the only practical way of getting*
information. ■ ''i--*1*'■'•'''
"The premier says that T am?<*tihe
protector of he government at Ottawa
■That government does not need 'ihy'
protection, as the results of''•the'- last
dominion election show. That goSlern-"
ment never worried a particle. I rieveri
thought my mission in life was to pro-:
tect them. He flfj^says thnt i*M-'a-
adept at making records; 'Who iniide;
this record? What power have :I'!tp
make tne premier and his colleagues
go on record as voting against1 the.
pledges they gave the peiple? If i
.listened to the hon. gentleman I wottld
need to have a larger hat made for
myself. Whatever effect such words
•might have had a few years ag*o, they
have none now* ...,;"»V-  .*>>•*>■
"The premier has said that nothing
further was heard from Ottawa regarding the resolution. 1 would like
him < to show me how Ottawa has any
jurisdi. tion in the case.- -For years
past-he has been trying to make the
Ottawa government the scapegoat to
carry the load of his sins. Some day
(he goat will butt, and-then there- will
be an end of my honorable friend. He
says that if the commission shou.d
achieve anything he would be glad to
support it. How can he be expected
:to be.taken seriously? It is the old
trick of trying to draw a red herring
across the trail."
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L.  MacRae,   Pastor.   Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7-30 p. m.   Sunday
School 2:30 p.m.   Prayer meeting ever
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
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Grace Methodist 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
levery Wednesday at 8 p. m.
St. Paul's Anglican - Rev. C. F.
Yates Vicar. Ma'ttins 11 a. m. ilven-
■ong 7:3d' p. iM;; every Sunday. : Sunday
School 2:30 p.m. ""- •'-'
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Canadian fruit tre.s 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.
Cha*. L. Trotter. The move has been so highly appreciated by the people
of British Columbia, that a very great volume of busin:ss has resulted. Th<*
fact that our stock has been shipped to all parts of the province, successfully, anl in goiJ tims for planting, both in spring and fall, warrants us in
further extending tha business by making these results more widely known.
Planters of large or small orchards crn now *ecurefir5t clan stock direct
from thi nurseries where the trees ar« grown, by ex-pert nurserymen, who
I have dona nothing else but produce the b33t tree3, for ths pjjt twanty-five
I ytars.
j  Our stock has a solid, firm texture of wood, and an abundance of fibrous
j roots, tha growing and packing of our trajs is always under  the   direct
supervision of the members of our firm, tius wa a e able to  see  that   our
stock turns out true to name .
We are.di a-ins cf getting into touch with every planter of trees in the
p;*ovin-», and/in vite i:orre3ponden.-e;ft-oin all who«. re interested. You ran
can order direct from this office, 01 through our ngents. Send your lists of
wants fur spring or fall to tkis'cffice to be pried before ordering elsewhere, we wil. fcrive you d squa.'e deal, and reasonable prices for a Canadian produi-t.
Wagraw mmy aires of ornamintiA tr>e3, shrubs, roses, etc., and can
quote reasonable prices on lai-gaoraen for park or street planting. We
constantly employ a first clius lanl* tpa ar.ihifcejt, who3e seruice- are at
y)ic disposal, tfyjuarsliyin^ nl I irgi or small public parks or private
gardens.    ""
We want a few more good reliable man to represent us in unoccupied
territory, and shall be pleased to have applications, from any successful
man, we pay a liberal commission on all gocd business sent us.
For further particulars in regard to prices or rerms to agents address
Jhas. L. Trotter; Manager Brown Bros, Nurserymen, Ltd., 1125 8th Ave. West, Vancouver, B. 0
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Monthly and the Golden Times for o: e
year for the small sum of
$1.00
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up to the hour of going to press.
write   For    a
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WOOD FOR vSALE,
JOB ML HEADOFFICE COLDEN, B. C.
AD VEETISE IN "THE TIMES" THE
"BEST" Eesults
NKil net Sfsailoweif
Ottawa, Feb. 23.-An extra of the
Canada Gazette issued yesterday announces the disallowance by the gov-
ernor-general-in-council of British Columbia's Natal Act passed by the legislature of that province last February.
It was held last year by the suprcm
court of British <'olumbia that the act,
was unconstitutional, being ultra vires
of the legislature.
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Remember the Carnival, Friday 26.
COLUMBIA
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Columli'a Lard Listrirt.
Diatr.i t of NurthEast K< otenay.
Tnko notice ilui Ldmund J. Mills of
Jaleii", i>. C, occupation, Rancher,
intends tu a-jf.1; for perm sm'oii to purchase il e t'ui.1 v.i g i.thci'bui lands:—
C.n-.rnen. 11 g , 1 ;i f c sf planted at the
Nortl-East, oilier of Lot 91.02 (E. J.
Mills pre-ciT.| tion), tl tnce South along
the East boundary oi nu d lot to the
S.E. corner of said lot, on the North
boundary uf the C. P. K Lot No. S49
about f.b chains; therce East alorg (he
N. boundary'oi I'M ,'4!>, 40 chains;
them-e North 20 . h irs, thence West
20 chains, thence j\< ith atom 88chsins
to the (. I> 1.. fceh lire, ihttue West
20chains along Hie C.P.K. Belt line to
place of cottimericcir.ent, and containing 159 acres more or less.
E. J. MILLS. Applicant.
Dated December 30th, 1.0S.      35-2m.
STEVENS
IN  CAMP  OR   FIELO-j
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
There fa always a chanoa
io enjoy some .hooting
to shoot rat y:u must be equipped with
A REUAOtE 1 {.HARM: the only kind we hive
beta making for upward, offlity year j.
Our Urn: FIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUN?,
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
Aifc your Dealer, and lariat on the
KTVEI-S.  Where not aolil by Be-
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Vtiltt. upon receipt of Catalog price.
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P. O. Box 4097
Chicopee Fall*,
Mas*., U.S.A.
Hugh Maedonald
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GOLDEN,
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B. C. GAME INCREASING.
Repeat it :-"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my ccughs and colds."
For Sale—tine Remington Typewriter
In perfect working order.—Apply at
this office.     '   '        5t.
■    Repeat   it:-"Shiloh's    Cure    will
always cure my coughs and colds."
P. C. Coates, and his survey party
left Friday for Donald, and a? we have
stated in a recent issue, will spend
about two months surveying for the
Columbia River Lumber company.
Moving Pictures — to-night.
D. D. Clark, of Field, was a Golden
visitor during the week.
Mr. Norris, who has been visiting his
sister, Mrs. R. A. Black, left Tuesday
for Winnipeg.
Among those that attended the Grand
Masquerade Ball, which was held at
Field last Friday were Dr. and Mrs.
Taylor, Mrs. P. Boyd, Capt. Russell
and Mr. and Mrs. McGowan
Moving Pictures of the Passion Play
at the Opera House to-night, Wednesday Feb. 24., also the Burning of Rome
and Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Admission Adults 25c. ' Children 15c.
Advertising is the key-note to success.
Don't fail to attend the Masquerade
Carnival, to be held at the Skating rink
on Friday evening, February 26th.
Handsome prizes will be rewarded for
the liest Ladies Costume, best Gent's,
best Child'sand also for the best Comic
Costume.
Masque.-aders are urged to hand in a
stating what they represent. Admission Adults 25c. children 10.
^Repeat it:-•Shiloh's Cure will always cui-e ihy coughs and colds."
...r. £>pear exhibited his pictures in
St. Ma.y's Hall... .The entertainment
was interesting and -,instructive. 1
gladly recommend the" enterta¥men*t-
Rev A. Jan. Parish, Priest, Calgary.
Owing, id lack of space this Week- we
*re unauie to publish the death o./<Mrs.
Lang, who died Monday night.
Tho j. Stairoird, of Athalmer, Was
transacting business in town Saturday.
Hugh McDonald, who has been on a
husine- s trip up country, n-turned" On
Friday's Stage.
Repeat it:-•'Shiloh's (ure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
Interesting Report by Praw'njial Gax.i
Warden.
?*
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN
HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
, ,   ,, ,„.,   in the Railway Belt in British Columbia,
The annual report of A. Byran  Wil- may be home8leaded  by  any persot.
who is the sole head of a family, or any
liams, provincial game and forest warden, which was brought down to the
House a few days sine*, is an unusually
interesting and satisfactory one. It
shows that the new system introduced
last year is working well, and that the
big game of the pwvince are on the
increase. The report is far top long
for reproduction in a newspaper, but it
will repay reading by all sportsmen
interested in the game resources bf
British Columbia and their preservation.
The special grant of £$10,009 made
last year for the first time by the
legislature has been but little drawn
upon, as the revenue from licenses and
j so forth comes to within some $200 of
that amount. At the same time the
revenue thus assured has permitted
the engaging of game wardens who
ave done good work. Additional
game wardens are recommended, and
it is oointed out that in addition; to
their ordinary duties they are frequently able to lend valuable assistance, to
the provincial police,   . :.
In the East Kootenay reserve the
game is .increasing and it is suggested
that the reserve be made a permanent
national park. The importation ol
European red deer and chamois is suggested, and it is pointed out that the
former have been most successively
acclimated in New Zealand.
Moose are increasing and spreading
further south, as ar» also cariboo.,
A plea is entered for the grizzly bear,
laid to be nearing. extermination ii.
some section's. lie is said to be reallj
iery timid, and it is suggested that i,
be prohibited to trap him.
The beaver have increased enorn -
ously in Southern British Columbia,
and in some parts of Kootenay, Okt-
;iagan, Similkameen and Kamloops
sufficiently to be a nuisance to fruit
growers. Permission to kill them
under restrictions is suggested.
male over 18 years of age, to tbe ex-,
tent of one-quarter section of 16n 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 is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) Ali least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in each
year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
''h titer is deceased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
ine land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may he satisned by such
.i.ersaa, residing with the father or
mother.
(3) If the settler Kiis his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him in the vicinity of his homestead,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by res.deuce upon the said
land. , ■ • '
Six months notice in writing should
he given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL-Coal mining rights nay be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
At an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2,670 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.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will no' be paid for.
< HENRY'S NURSERIES
FOR THE
SPRING TRADE
Tested stock, seeds for Farm,
Garden, Lawn oi Conservatory,
from, the best growers in England, France, Holland, United
States and Canada.
FRUIT ilMO ORNAMENTAL TREES
SMALL FRUITS, HOME MOWN
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers
etc.
140 page catalogue free.
M. J. Henry,
Greonhouses   and     Seedhous s
8010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Bra mh Nursery, South Vancou
ver.
hst
NOTICE.
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busy day at otta-
; .wa.
(Concluded from front page)
Ogilvie,   purchasing agent for   the
Transcontinental commission, will be
called next week to give evidence.
The railway commission granted two
years' extension of time to the Kootenay Central railway company.
Bill* respecting union stations at
Fort William and Portage la Prairie
were transferred,, to-a special committee.'- •' '-•'•■'
The Winnipeg & Northwestern railway company's bill was amended to
provide that C5 miles be built in the
first year,
Three Trains Daily.
Three transcontinental passenger
trains daily each way between Van
couver and Montraal-or two more
than were ever before operated daily
on the system-is the programme of
the C. P. R. for its service during the
coming summer. This service is now
being considered by the passenger traffic officials of the railway, but no official announcement may be expected
till the conclusion of a conference of
traffic department officials, which will
be held in Winnipeg early in March.
The additional service, in the opinion
of officials of the railway, will be demanded by the great increase jn transcontinental travel in both directions
caused by the holding of the Alaska-
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Yukon-Exposition in Seattle next summer.
Notice
Windermees 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 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, im 37-2mo.
J. L. McKAY.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
time for the reception of tenders for
Vernon, B.C., Public Building, has
been extended to December 30th] 1908.
Plans and specifications may also be
seen at Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.
By Order,
NAPOLEON   TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, Nov. 20th, 1908.
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FRESH   FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS ft CIGARS
MEALS   AT  ALL   HOURS.
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Read "The Times" for news.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent, of Provincial Police
for a transfer, d' "*v rvtail Hquor licence
for the Columoia Hotel, Athalmer,
B. C, >o the Columbia Hotel company.
Limited.
•Dated Fe' runry 10th, 1900.
GEORGE A. STARKE
I
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THE COUP TIMES" XI
AT $5.fER PARCEL     ^
NOTICE.
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Notice is hereby given tbat oi e
month after date the Columbia Hotel
Company, Limited, intends to apply, to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police
for a renewal of the retail liquor licem-e
for the Columbia Hotel, Athalmei-,
B. q, .       :; i; ; ,*»*«♦•****•
DatSo'February 10th, 1909.
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LIMITED.
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