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Vol. 3.   No. 14
$2 a Year
Mont Successful Dance of Ih" Season
���aid N indiiy Evening.
CATTLE COMPANY HSLLS OUT ITS   "The HgfcU shOM SB  fair  women  and
i   A thousand ht arts beat happily"
1   Such, in the words of an old world
British Columbia's Famous Hone and p'i't, might well, save in numbers, de
scribe the scene in Nicola's only hall on
Monday evening.
Tha niTa.siiin was an "At Home" given by Mrs. Pooley to her many friends
in tha valley, and at which about fifty
couples were present.
Tha ball was most tastefully decorated, the eoiy corners helping greatly in
ranch in Br.tish Columbia, ll bring tak- t|R. pami ^.^ a|](J m ,hat might
en over by a  Btg  hnglish  syndicate  we|| be copie(J wj,h advantajj,.onfuuire
which is being incorporal ������'
Cattle Ranch la Bought for a Bl.r
Sum hy English Fyndlfite
of Rich Cnnii   ';
The Douglas Lake Cattle Company,
owner of the best known and  perhaps
the  most   valuable  cattle mid    horse
1 oerage. - Miners at Texarin are
Out   Other Labor 1 rouble.
Man Loses Big Sum.
ed under the
name of The Canada Estates Limited,
with a capital of ��400,000. The retiring company has be m mie uf the most
successful in the whole country, and is
entirely free from any kind of encumbrance.
It consisted of only three shareholders, the advancing age of whom is the
cause of their assets being taken over
by the larger firm. These were C. W'.R.
Thomson of Victoria, who is a millionaire; Wm. C. Ward, formerly of Vancouver but now of London, and J. B.
(Ireaves nf Douglas Lake. The ranch
consists of 98,443 icrei of freehold and
10,000 acres of leasehold land, with the
manager's house,  stables,  coralls and
occasions. Dancing started about nine
o'clock and was kept up until "the wee
short hoors ayout the twal," and was
entered into with keen enjoyment by
everyone present. The floor was in excellent condition and the whole "tout
ensemble" was such that only the most
misanthropic of individuals could have
kept from tripping the light fantastic
toe on such an occasion.   The singing
The Ri.rht ol Way on Both Sides of the
Rlvnr wl 1 Have to be Arranged
Uove.nment   Understood
All had Been Settled
No Work Done West of Xererr.eos But
Some Straighten! lg Lines.
No work to the west of  KsVBSjNS il  WORK  ON   NEW   BRIDOB  ACROSS
being done by the V., V. & E. at the j RIVBR CALLED OFF.
present time save  some  Straight*! nig
of survey lines M originally laid down. '
Wlfl1dLaurlert0b.r.ai8.KIto.helSlU'hw',���sas,i', *?   made  ** J' ��
Kennedy, chief engineer of the V., V.
& E. Railway, who il now in Vancouver
attending ths trial of the action instituted by the Columbia & Western Rail-
Railway against the V., V. & E. for an j
A Calgary despatch says: After be-' injunction restraining the latter from I The work on the bridge which was to
ing in session ten minutes Tuesday af-1 entering upon certain Colambia & West- be built across the Nicola river to make
ternoon the miner delegates and opera- j era property in the vicinity of Mid- closer connection with the railway stater.; broke up, and now the settlement way. : tion and the Granite creek wagon road
is up to the government, according to j Tracklaying is now proceeding ac-1 did not commence as was intended on
the new law. The miners have agreed J cording to Mr. Kennedy on the grade j Monday, owing to the right of way on
verbally to everything, including the; which has been completed intoKereme-,both sides of the river being held by
nondiscrimination clause of the general j os but not a shovelful of earth has been ! private parties,
agreement, but when it became neces- turned over on grading from Keremeos '��� According to the survey and report
sary to sign, they balked, and the con-1 to Princeton and it is impossible to say ! made by the engineer who came in to
vention split on the open shop question, when the tracks will reach the latter! select the most suitable site, the bridge
Mr. Patterson then moved that the con- place. strikes on the Methodist church prop-
ference adjourn sine die, Sherman sec- Among the witnesses attending the erty, from whom the right of way
ended the motion, and when it came to j Columbia & Western - V., V. & E. trial I would have to be purchased.    On the
of "She's a Jolly Good Fellow,"  with j was tired of the nm'r K**��t dillJ'-dal"
a vote everyone voted aye, as everyone: are a number of upcountry men, among
three cheers and a tiger for tbe hostess i vln#
of the evening, followed by "Auld Lang
Syne" and the national anthem brought
a most enjoyable evening to a too early
St John's Church
sheds, trading store, blacksmith shop,
farm implements and machinery, valued Ven.Archdeacon Pentreath arrived by
at ��157,182. There are NO miles of Lhe fil'st trai" accompanied by Rev.
fences. The live stock, which includes 'I'"1"'8 Thompson who will be stationed
twelve thousand head of rattle and sev-! ��** in charge Of Nicola and other parts
en hundred head of horses, eight thor-1���� ��� missionary of the Anglican Church,
oughbred stallions and 175 thorough- i sfr. Thompson is a native of Lanca-_
.ked bulls, is valued at (87,194 Th*'fsMfa, England, and a graduate of St.
Spences Bridge-Nicola line passesl****'* Missionary College, Burgh, Lin-
the outlying portions if the range,  and eobaMre,   He is a young man of ex
i range,
now   only
the   head   station  is
miles from the depot.
There are as well mineral rights of
coal and other minerals on the property.
The fortunate holders are obtaining
for their holdings a cool million dollars
of which over nine hundred thousand is
in cash.
The president of the new company is
Arnold Foster, and there is a board of
diiectorsof whom one, Cecil Ward, is
well known to British Columbiana.
J. B. Greaves, manager of Lhe Douglas Lake Cattle Co., was at this end of
, the valley this week looking after his
interests. In speaking of the sale of
the Douglas Lake Cattle Co. interests,
he stilted that he had not received any
official information yet as to the com-
nljtion of the deal.
cedent ability as a preacher. He was
ordained deacon in Holy Trinity Cathedral, New Westminster recently, and
will be ordained to the priesthood in
September. He will receive a hearty
welcome from the members of the
church here.
Set ices will be held in St. John's
Church on Sunday as follows: 8 a. m.,
Holy Communion; 11 a. m., morning
prayer, sermon and Holy Communion;
7:30 p. m., evening prayer and sermon.
The archdeacon will preach in the morning and Mr. Thompson in the evening.
At 3 p. m., the annual meeting will be
held at the residence of Dr. Tutill to
elect church officers and lay delegates
to the synod.
Laurier Raised to the Peerage.
The Montreal Witness says Lord
Strathcona will retire from the position
of high commissioner for Canada, and
that Sir Wilfrid Laurier is to take his
place and be raised to the peerage un-
di r the title of Lord Athabascp. It is
added that the idea has been favorably
received by the friends and colleagues
of the prime miniiter and by representative men of all'shades of political opinion, and that an intimation has been
received from England to the effect
that such an appointment would be
most acceptable to the British people.
opposite side it strikes property owned
by Hop Woo and A.E. Howse with whom
terms would also have to be made.
On the town side and through the
church property the sum of $1,600 was
asked for 66 feet. Some have an idea
that this is an exorbitant rate, and although it may be, it is on a par with
the prices asked by the townsite owners
for their town lots, and the church people are surely entitled to receive the
Conervatives Elect Officers.
Laurier to Attend Conference.
It has been arranged that Sir Wilfrid
Laurier will attend the colonial conference and will leave for England tomorrow, Friday, April 5. The question was
brought up in the House of Commons
last week by Hon. Mr. Borden, who
said it would be little less than deplorable if Premier Laurier were not  pres-
whom the opinion is general that this
summer will witness another start on
the construction of the Midway & Vernon Railway. The first efforts towards
the building of this line came to a disastrous end in the winter of 1905 when
work was stopped through an apparent
lack of funds to enable it to be further
prosecuted. Only about nine miles of
grading had been done from Midway
west towards liock creek when orders ' price asked by others for property,
lo stop were given by the New York J The government granted a request of
capitalists then financing the construe-1 Nicola citizens for a bridge and were
tion. k'd to believe that the right of way had
' Montreal capital is now reported to
have entered into an arrangement by
all been settled, but after ordering work
to go on, and the material, the right of
which the task of building ths line can i way question cropped up, with the re-
be taken up where it was left off and
there seems to be a possibility that Penticton, Vernon and other towns on the
projected route of the line will be railway points before they are many years
Alterations ln Stage Service.
Following the withdrawal of the stage
on the Nicola-Spences Bridge route a
rearrangement of the other stage routes
has been found necessary, and a new
reasonable  to facilitate  the business
to let him leave.
A well attended meeting of the Nic-
'ola Valley Conservative Association was
Blair & Company Sell Out. ' held at Coutlee on Saturday last.    The
The Diamond Vale Supply Company j following were elected officers for the
took over the busin.ss of Blair & Co. of [ensuing year:      Honorary president,
i'outlee this morning, with S. J. Solo-; Hon. Richard McBride; president, Ric.
man as the manager of the new con- 'A- Fraser, vice-presidents, D. Mclnnes,
eern. ' H. S. Cleasby; secretary, G. M. Brash;
The new company ll buty stocktaking treasurer, II. li. Matthews.   The above
and will have a gigantic clearing sale  with C. L. Flick, I!. L. Clark and Jas.
IMttt week, full par irulars ef which will  Smith, form the executive of tbe asso-
sppear m the next issue of ;he Nicola cialion.
ent to represent Canada. He offered | schedule has been arranged that
to adjourn the house until the premier i is hoped will be found satisfactory,
returned or do anything else that was j both for the traveling public and the
convenience of those who use the mails.
Starting on Saturday, the 13th inst., the
stage for Kamloops will leave Nicola on
that day, arriving in Kamloops the same
evening, aad this service will continue,
The representatives of the trainmen cancelling the arrangement now in
and conductors decided at Chicago last j force, The return journey will be made
week that they will ignore the proposi-1 as at present, that is leaving Kamlorps
tion of the general managers looking J at 6 a. m. on Monday, arriving in Nico
suit that work was ordered to stop till
the people came to some arrangements,
for the right of way.
There is no question now but that the
work of building the bridge will have
to be put off until the fall or the next
spring as the high water will be on very
shortly, and it does not look as if the
right of way will be settled for some
time. The temporary bridge will be
washed out in a few days and then traffic will have to come over the old bridge
near the manse.
Railroads Must Yield
to arbitration under the Erdmann Act,
and voted to persist in their preparer
tions for a strike. They declared that
a walkout is imminent unless the managers make further concessions.
la the same evening.
For Princeton the stage leaves on
Tuesdays, arriving in Princeton on
UYilneMlay. The return stage will
leave Princeton on Thursdays, arriving
in Nicola on Friday evening. The arrangement for Princeton comes into
force on Tuesdav. the 9th inst.
Walter Clark left yesterday for Kamloops taking with him "Scotty" Mayer,
who will be placed in the hospital at
that place.
James Murehison has receive*! the
contracts for the erection of two business blocks at Merritt, and left today
to >t;irtShe construction.
Business will be carried on as usual al
Coutlee, and a huge consignment of see
and up-to-date goods il on the way that
will provide a stock second to DOfie in
the valley.
Texada Miners Strike.
:{ Mc.     The Marble Bay copper mines on Tex-1
Hied, ' Ida Island, one of the best paying pre- A BuslneM Change.
pertiaeen the const,  has heed dosed ll>land & Gray of Lower Nicola, well
down as a result of a strike of the min- known as building contractors, have ta-
' ers.   Alexander Grant,  the  manager, ken  over  the sawmill  business until
One  feature of  the newly UUtaBed SHys there is no telling when operations lately carried on by R. M. Woodward,
train service was evident i nyesterday's will be resumed.   The strike occurred The new firm ask for a continuation of
It was decided to ask Hoi
Bride to address a meting
on .ome date early in June.
Prince Rupert Lots.
That the townsite of Prince
cannot possibly be placed on the market before this time next spring is the
opinion of F, T. Jones, a member of
the Grand Trunk Pacific surveying
train, the tirst passenger train to arrive in Nicola, when a host of drummers got off at Nicola, and were soon
! busy with the several business houses,
showing samples and booking orders.
On the arrival at Spences Bridge yes-
as a result of the refusal of the owners
to accede to a demand from the miners
for increased wages.
Lost 875,000.
A Winnipeg despatch says:
terday of the new line's first passenger ior partner of the Fisher
The sen-
the patronage accorded to their predecessor in the business, and besides carrying a large stock of rough and dressed lumber, will handle shingles, doors,
sashes and a fine line of mouldings.
A number of the officials of the Diamond Vale Coal & Iron Mines, Ld., ar-
Rev. D. K. Allan will preach in the
Pn ibjrterian church, Nicola, on Sunday
ne\t |1 11 a. m. and in the afternoon
at Lower Nicola. There will be no
evening service.
Dr. Curry, dentist, will leave for
Lower Nicola in a few days where he
will remain for about a week. Parties
wishing dentistry work should make a
date with the doctor.
MERRITT: I have for sale some
choice building lots in this the coming
town of the Nicola Valley. There are
only a few of them, and as there is
at present a demand for lots in that locality, they should not remain long unsold.   The lots are well situated, are 42
train, full ninety passengers stepped off Realty Company suffered a severe loss! rived at Coutlee on Monday evening feet by 210 feet, and the price is $125
the cars.   These were, of course, gath-! last week while returning from British
It will be entirely  unnecessary to j ered up between Nicola and the Bridge, j Columbia, losing a valise in which he
hunch around Carrington's store tonight and shows a most encouraging start for I was carrying $75,000 in cheques and se-
to enquire "How's the stage?" i the new railroad. I curities.
and on Tuesday the party drove over
the company's property, where they
spent the day inspecting the building
operations now in progresa.
each. Prompt action is necessary if
you want to secure one. For particulars and to view the lots apply G. M.
Brash, Real Estate Agent, Nicola. THE   NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
was expected.   But as Sir Thomas
says in   regard  to   the   Atlantic
Subscription, in Advance. $2 a Year    steamships:    ' That will  Collie  ill
������^_���___ due course of time."
Nicola, B.C., April6,19)7
The Los Angeles Mining Review
in an article dealing with present
and probable future copi>er market
conditions says: "As the year advances it is Incoming apparent that i \ J OTICE is hereby given in accord-
the price of copper must goh.gber.; j\   f^Sm%m^tJwm
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.     .
Liverpool Mineral Claim, situate in tht
Nieola Mining Division ol Vale District,
located at A-.pen Grove.
Take notice that I, S. J.
Rate, Free        Miner's       Cer
tificate Ne. B93435, intend, sixty days
from date hereol, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section tf, must be connm-nicl be
fore the issuance of such Certificate of
Dated this 30th day of January, 1905.
Bank of flonteral
Capital, all paid up $14,400,000.   Rest, $11,000,000
Head Office:   Montreal.
Interest allowed at current rates.
Unkas 1 miracle happens,this year's | assessed taxes and income tax, assessed
- -  - -    -ii f���ii i���.i,,���. ,i,���, ���f ,Qn(  and levied under the Assessment Act
output will fall below that of 1906 gn(] amemlment8i ���, now due and pay.
while demand is increasing stead- able for the year 1907.   All taxes col-
Certificate of luiproveinents
London Mineral Clain, situate in lhe
,��,��rui(,���.���.   ��""'�� l"';  Nicola Mining Division of Yak  District,
ily.   Frcm all quarters, now, come feSfe*! *? ��ft_5& ^"ZTf located at Aapsa (.rove
District are due and payable at my of-     ,, , .'     ,     ,    .   ��   Hinshaw
admissions of the fact, long ago lice, situate at Kimloopi. This notice,
.,..:,!<,..* u... ������,_-t_i ���tit. ,<,1..����� in terms of law, is equivalent to a per-
evident but accepted with ^"^-; 8ona, demand by mel1)on a,| ^ons li-
ance, that the wcrld has entered able for taxes.
upon a new era of industrial (level- ss, T. VV. PEARSE,
...     ,      . . ,| Assessor and Collector,
opment in which  electricity  and Kamloops Assessment District.
Kamloops Post Office.
Dated at Kamloops Jan. 27th, 1907.
copper must play the leading parts.
The aluminum ghost has been laid.
The iron wire bluff has been called.
Consumers have settled down to
copper and common sense. Yet
with a market that is ideal from
the producers' point of view, copper will almost surely show a marked decline. If this were the result
of failing ore supplies, there would
be serious cause for alarm. On the
contrary, it may be safely stated
that there is now vastly more ore
in sight than could be claimed I
l'ree Miner's C er t i fi-1
oatc No. 119*437, intend, siNty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown |
Grant of the aliove Claim.
And further take notice tbataction, under section 37, must lie commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of
Dated this 30th day of January, 1907.
OTICE is hereby given, in accordance with the Statutes, that 1'ro-
��� nci.il Revenue Tax. and all as
sessed taxes ami income Tax,   imflied
year ago.   Transportation difficult- ,������, u.vk.(, umWr t,R, >>*MtMatnX ,wli
ies will be responsible to a certain MOM," aid Amendments thereto, are
extent for the decrease  in  conner n��w due and livable for the year 1907 to
extent tor tne decrease in copper i      ,it the GoverllIlu.nt __��, Nicola
output but the true difficulty lies ill  This notice, in terms of law,  is equiva-
the labor situation.   There are not ^to^*^ ._"�����_ * m n*��n
enough  miners.    It follows that
Certificate of Improvements.
Boston Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nin>li Mining Division of Yale District,
located at Aspen Grove.
Take notice that I, RJ.Armstrong, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 1193436, intend,
sixtv <lavs from date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining I Crown Grant of the asswi claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced lie-
fore the issuance of  such Certificate of
Dated this 30th day of January, 1907.
there is uneasiness. Demands for
higher pay have occurred and are
likely to occur again. .Strikes and
shut-downs under such circumstances are not improbable. With
200 men laid off at Butte and 1200
at Bisbee, there can be no maintenance of copper output at last year's
production. The copper market
has been stationary for some weeks
but a further advance seems imminent. Quotations are made for
dealers for instant acceptance only.
Demand is growing for uses where
price is comparatively a minor consideration. No one seriously expects copper to go below 25 cents
this year or next. It may well go
to 30 cents before 1908."
all persons liable for taxes
Dated at Nicola, II. C, this 6th dav of
March, 1907.
iiirM       Deputy Assessor and Collector.
Taxes levied for school purposes during the current school year in the Nicola
aad Lower Nicola School Districts are
due, and immediate payment is neces-
Nicola, 11th March, 1907.
Deputy Assessor and Collector.
All kinds of WVch, Cluck
tnd Jewelry repairs done in
first class order itud satisfac-
tinn guaranteed.' All work
enmisied l�� our o��re will ne
completed snd returned without delay.
W. .tl. < AMI'IUXI. A CO..
C. T. K. Time Inspectors. Kumlonp*
Also  General Llvory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
Leave Spences Bridge
Kvery Thursday  lor Nicola Lake,   Kamloops,
Princeton  and way points at 6 a. in.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every   Sunday   6 a. m.. arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every   Tuesday and  Friday  for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for I'rinceton at 6 ;i. in.
Special trips made by appointment,
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STKWART,    -    -    Proprietor
Notice is herebv given that sixty days
'ter date I will apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
T. ,,     .   ,, .   ���../. ��� Kjl net V'.'lllllll^U'liri uiuniiuoaim .,w..-\n
It appears that 114,836 emigrants for permii!sion to pur(,hase 640 acres of
irom the  United  Kingdom  sailed . land situated on Shootar Creek in the
Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal.
B   C.
The nearest hotel to the railway station.
for Canada last year; in the prev- cribwl as (ollows:
ions year there were 82,437.   This    Commencing at a pos
' nko
Nicola Division of Yale District, *��������� The oaly convenient hotel for "travelers
'St about 5 miles
north of Nicola on bank of Shootar creek.
Good rooms,  good tabic,   nod liquors.
Two large simple rooms.   Good stabling
year the number promises to be Thence North ��, chains, thence West 80 |,n c01l,Hll,'m
greater than ever.    In one week chains, thence South 80 chains, thence \
. ,c���      -tit t' i        .East 80 chains to point of commence-;
5,750 sailed from Liverpool and , mentp contaimnK ^ acre��.
Olasgow alone.   Time was when    Feb. 26th. 1907.
M. V. Munro, Locator,
Wm. Munko, Agent.
people who came to Canada passed
on to the United State, bttt. tHej
are not doing so any Bore.
Mani'kai'ti'Kkh ano Pk.xi.kh IN
Rough and Dressed
Is prepared to take contracts for
sawing lumber and getting out
l.riK'inI lilll VWWAtmAm Kii'(iil<<l
Mail orders promptly attended to
J. A. MENZIES,   -   Lower Nicola.
By a vote of 109 to 56 the commons on Tuesday  night  t<     ted
Came onto the premises of the under-
signed mi or about September 25th,1906,
the motion ot Mr. Ilmtrassa for the ], ,'���. bickskta n tut and colt, bramlel J |
appointment of a special committee "'��� u" -1>���1,ltM- , Vahmt claimed thirt)
diyi from dite snimals win be sold to
to investigate Mr. howler a   wo- ny expenses,
men, wine and graft" charges. . _. ,���J0IIN Mr.��,R'lY,��� n
_. ' .... . , T . .... March 7th, 1907. iNcola, B. C.
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier resented  the -
The nost convenient hotel for vlirt-
nrs  in   AlhaOst,    Tht best of t.iMe
board    Hoi aad cold baths.   Ow
representative metts ill trains : : ;
General Blacksmith
Hiirse Sh'.cing �� specialty.
action of Mr. Bourassa in decend- NOTICE
ing into the gutter to rake  up in-:   Notjce is hereby given that TO days
definite charges.    He said the pro-' after date I intend to apply to the Chief I     0UUT Nlr7^,X' WW. A.O. ��.. t
, . ...     Commissioner of Lands and Works for I , H(.(.u,���i ������,i founti Frid��) in each n
posed committee was of an inquis- t a licence to cut and carry away timber | si 8 i,m., in Puolts. Hull.   '
itional character. ^.^i_%!K___���_?_____J&Icorda"> "1Vi"'d' wu.T_aCuw. r. it.
Visiting 'irethreu
uated in the Yale district of British Columbia; beginning at a post marked R. j
B. Smith north- west corner, adjoining
W (lonuoN ll',unAV.8cc.
Unequalled as a
��un)_ner Retort
Good Fishing and Shoot-
in";. Ciuidts and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
Seeds.Trees, Plants
for the  farm, garden, lawn, or
NO seedless apples. NO pitlcss
plums. NO cobless com. Just the old,
reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable prices.
Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps and Spraying .Material, Cut flowers, etc.
mini Wi
ii��� Koiirt,     Vancoivik, B.0
i ** _" . i ��� -��
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189i   1905
Kev. W, .1. Iimtsu, B. A.. B.I).
Uiv. ,]. Y. Bowki.l, Buffsr
Sir Thomas Shaugnessy has de- cr^ieslsie^^ HARDIMAJN  Ol UU
nied that new steamships have been1 ahout one half mile east of the Cold- Land Mining and O.n.r.1 Supply Agts
_ _ ��� . , . | water nver, thence south 80 chains
ordered for the C. P. R. Atlantic i thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
service, and thus the coming of the : chains, thence west 80 chains to point
: of commencement.
Empresses of Britain and Ireland
to the Pacific will not be as soon as
Dated February 28 th, 1907.
R. B. Smith, Locator.
Mining i'ontr��i torn, (ami martilDery. bnRgics,
cutter*, sleighs etc. Send for oar lint of farm
and mining proiiertien. Iteptirts nn mining nm
perlie�� through the District. Cable address
'���Aiirum."  Codes: Bromhall, Mornng _ Neal.
A. B. C. It h.
Warehouse-Canford, Nikola Valley, B. C.
rirst Llass
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
A ci'inplete c ii.inercisl and business
course. BtodiBts prepsied to gain teach-
sn certitic��t(s of all gmdes. In university work l fullcoiiise for the B. A. degree of Toionto Unoersity.
Instruction given in Music, Art, Ph��i-
csl Culture snd Elocution.
Send for Calendar. THE NICOLA HERALD
Owin^ to our increased business during the last year, I have decided to move to
where I can be more centrally located to meet the wants of my customers and to avoid packing
and carting to the new premises I am going to offer my entire stock AT COST. You will find a
full and complete line of
Qroceries, Dry Goods,
Gents' Furnishings, Hardware,
Drugs, Stationery, Etc.
This is one chance in a life-time and certainly should not be overlooked.
We have a large line of Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wall Papers and Window Blinds
Remember:  Everything at Cost!
and many lines LESS THAN COST.    This sale will be for CASH ONLY and will commence on
and continue for three weeks only.  After this time the store at Lower Nicola will be closed and
our new store will be opened with a NEW and COMPLETE STOCK at Merritt.
Rs iceU dent" given iln' thii ij lapsAa
dale we islrini Ui urpb tn (he chief .in mis
siOB.rof l.iid- sm! aoib lor u en rltl I.'in e
tu fnl snd ran) a��uj tinit.tr f.oni Uu f.'l-
lnwlng described lands, sltuste in Yule district
ln thr profinceof Uritii-h t'olunitiis:
1. Coniiiieiicing at a post marked J, _. B., J
1'. ('., snd J. Id's, s w comer planted al lbs N
�� eorner of Itil M, about one mile isst ut lhe
I'uld water fiver, t Inner HO chits* ninth, ihence
ttlebsiii ea��t, theme Nicli.lii- Math, t_s_gsM
chain, we-t to polal at rniiiiiieitient.
j. Csniiiieiicing a! me s manner of no. I,
th-s'-s x sn chain., UiswN a no chains thanes
s tw f tiatfi... t Imiice �� Ni chain* lo point of coin
men- ennui.
.1. I'onim.m-iiig at the B ���: esrnerof SO. '.'.
Ikaaaas Boh klnMhstct w 10chains, ihen.-. s
ssehelaa thanes 1*0 aajas to ininiofeom
I. I'onniirneing at the s w nirntr of no :t.
t Imnce s KO rhalns, then e 8 Sn chains, I hen ,��� n
so chains tlienee �� tt i halm to point of torn
nm'oi .ni.nl.
5. Uonimeni ing at Ihe s w rornsr. of no,��.
thsoess SO chains, th, nee w sn rlisln*. tin in I n
Wi chain-, thrmc i SO ehains to point of MM
ti. t'oinniesring at the I w corser of no....
llisme i snOkilO', lines I Sllchsinx, turn. , a
W shsln thtnrt" R chains to point uf coin
7. Commencing at the K K corner of no. t.
ihenis I SO chain., thi nee ��� M chain", then ��� 0
jtifhain.. thsaus �� H i BiliM along the SMt I Ins
cf umber limit no. 8012 to point of coiiibicscc
8. Conimsncins" si the s g corner of no. 7
thsnee h St)chains, thenc* w 80 chains, th> MS \
SO chains, thenc. t SO chains to point, of com
0. Coiiiiiiennng at the s 9 timer of no. S
>hence K SO chsins. thence I SO eliains, then t ��
0 chains, thenc* N SO chains io point of com
lu. I'omnisni'lng at the s w corner of no. I
thenc* I SO chains, thence w Stl chains, tlienee n
80 chains, thence K Wt chains to point of com
II. Commencing at the s a cornsr of no. in,
thenoe s Ml chilis, thence w SO chuiss, them e I
SO chains, ls.net K 80 chain* lo point of com-
li. coiiunencngat thesweornerofno.il.
theme I so ehains. thenc* w WshiiiS, the MX ��
SO chains, thence I sn eliains to point of com
13. Commencing at Ihe s K corner of no. IS,
thence a so chains, thenco w su rhains. their -
M SO thalns, thenee a H chains to point of com
II. Commencing at the s W corner of no. t;l.
then ,e a su chains, thence s SU eliain.. thence w
80 thslii thsnni ti sn rhasaa in point of cotu-
15. Commeiifing at the N W corner at no. 11
theme I SOchi ins, ihenee W M ehains, ihence N
so chains, Ihenee k su eliaim. to point of ruin
lti. Coiiiioeiii'ing at the N K corner of no, In,
thence w SO Chains, thene* N su chains Ihenee
K Su chains, thence s Sll ehains lo point of commencement.
1". ('oinnie.,rlngst the N E corner of no. Hi.
Ihence w mi mains, thence N Su chains, tlienee
180 chilis, thenee s siiel.aius lo point of coin
is. Commencing il the N K corner nf no, W.
thence W so eliain-, ilieuee N HU chains, ihenee
K SU ehains, thenee s H ehains to poinl of utn-
l!i commenoin;attheN Kcorner of no. is
t hence ��� sn ehains, thence s sn chain��, I heme w
SO chains. Ihence x so ducuis In point of euii.-
20. Comiiieneingat theN w corner of no. It,
thence �� SOohilis, thence K 80 chilis, thenci;.
SO chains, thenee �� SO chains to point of commencement.
E   Cooimciiring at the X \V corner of im Kl
theme s so chains, thenee W SO chains them
N 80 ehain.. thenee I sn ehain- to poim of coin
men cicont.
���li, Commencing at the N K coiner of nn 21.
thence w stl ehains, thence M Sn ehains, thine*
i| su chains, thenee s Micliiino lo |ioinl of eom-
%l i'oinniet.ci��Kat the 8 t. corner of no. ii,
thente N Mlcisins, thence KMichni is, ilienoes
S) chains, theme w su chain, to point of com
21. comme I'ingal the  SK corner of no. W,
the net N so chain-, thenee ittchitas, thence.-
SO chain-, thence wHOenuinsto ^iini of coi
lllene cm.
|t. commencing at the N K corner of nu M,
theme w Su ( h uns, Ihence N Stl chilis, thence t
SOi hains, thence s SI eh >in- lo poml of com
_t>. cniumeneing st the N \t eom. r of no. :'.'>,
thence s Su ehains, these* w so cha in, ihence n
SO ehains, Ihence K such cins lo puint of commencement.
27. i oniiiieticing at the N Vi corner of so. 26.
thence ssi| chains, insect w SOobS ru, tlienee n
80 chains, ihenee IN chili! to p ant of com
ineneeim nt.
28. comiiieneingat theN E corner sf no. 27,
ihenee w so chains, thenee N SU chain-, thenee
li sn (ham-, thence s SO ehains to point of com
W. t oumiencing it the N K eorner no. 2S,
thence W SO ehains thence N SO chains thence
K SO chain-, thence s SO chains to point of com-
3d. i ninmencing at the N W cirn' r no. 20
thenee i so chain., thenc* W su chain,, thence
I SO chains, thence a SO chains to point of coin,
uicneem nt,
31. Commencing at the s w eorner no. .'III.
theme w HO chains, thence N su chains, Ihen,,
K su ehains. thenee 8 -V chain- to point of com
men -enient,
32. Commencing at tlie s r. corner of nn. 31
thenee a so chaius, thenee s so YLnins, Ihenee
w Stl chains, thence N SU chain- to point of coin
iu aeeaiciii.
31.   i ommeneing at the H \v rifn*T nf rn, 32.
n|  I Nellie
tllener ��' SOehcn-, then  6 S
g so ehaina, thi mv s sn utuuM   ' lam  otiose
si.  cawaaaeingtt >h*a a     n-r ��� i ii..;ci.
ihence k 80chn us thenc. sail   .1,11-, i.     iw
Nii'iiain , Ihen e .%  11 . 1,  ,11.    , poin     om
nu m cii.nt.
H. Cnn'mencinj; al the s w corner f ns 31.
thence w 80 chains UieiiosN 10Skill . ihnic*
K-neliains, th,ice-si, hains to pou, ,1 .-om-
M. Coniraem m.;at ths 1*1 corner f no V>.
Ihenee k sii cha n- ihen e s so chain , i.e-ie-e w
so chains, th*m . s JUohaliH to poi, ol ��� <., 11 -
37. Cnmmeni.ing at the s iv corner of no. 38.
thence w st) ( hains. .hence N SO chains, them-,
K so chains thence 8 SO chains to point of 10111
3S. Commencing nt the s K corner of no. 37.
Ihence ��. so chains. Ihenee s so chains, them e
w su chains, thenee N SU chainsto Puuit of com
3<). Commencing at the h w come- nf no. 3s,
these* w" so chains Umbo* N su chains theme
i so chains thence a 80 chains to p.int of com
to.  Commencing at the s 1 corner of no. 30,
then-e K so chains, thenee ti SO ehains, 1 hen, 1
\v so chains, thenc* N ,S0 chains, to point of;
II.  Coinsicnclng at the 8 \V corner of no. In,
hence w so chaina, ihence N SO eliains, thence
tsSO chain-, thence S SO chains to point of commencement.
_   Commencing at ths 9 E corner of no. II,
thence K su chains, thence 8 SO chains, thence !
w SO chains, thence N W ehiins to point of com
43. Commencing at the 8 W corner of no. 42.
thence tt so chains thence N HO chains, thtnee
k HO chains, thtnee, 8 80 chains to point ot com
BMW e 1 ent.
44. Commencing at the 8 K corner of no. 43,
thonee E80 chain-, thence 8 80 chains tben*o W
so 'nini. thence N SO chains to point of com-
1 iiii-u enenl.
15. fi ouencii.galthe si K earner of ao. 44.
Ihence - Wshilit, Ihene* w SO eliains, thence
N hu eh,1 -. them* E su chains to point of com
ili.   1" 1 iinenclng a! the N ^^ corner of nn. 45.
theii e a siii hain-. liicnce W mi eb.ins, 'hence
: N SO ehains, ihence K so chains to i .int of cam
47. Conimeni ing at the N E ccor.rr nf no. 46,
thence �� so chain-, thenee N 811 chains thtnee
��. -Oi bains Ihence S 8(1 chainsto point of com
11,, 11,1 in, 1.1.
1 48. ('ommeneing at the N W eorner of no. 4*
I besot s 101 chain -, ihence Vi In ohains, th'-nce
S it) chains, thenc* E 40 chains to pout of
-omiiienceine. t
49. Cniiiihcn, ingai IheN I earner of so. H,
thence Vi |oi IniiH, t cneeN 100Chain., theme
K i" halts. Ihssjesl too chain-10 point of com
ML   Commencing al the N k comer of No 10.
Ihence �� 10chains, thtnee N HHi chains, thenc.
: I (Oehtlu-. 1 hence S III chains to poinl of < o 1
10. ncemtiii.
51. Cgmmeii ing at the N 11 orncr of no. H,
thence n lo t hain��, thenee \ 100chilis them e
E lu chain-, 1 hence ,J UBi hains to point of c nt,
52. Commencing at lie N E corner nf no. 51.
ihence W 801 nam-, tine a N H chain-, ihcme
E so chain-, ihtme.S Slnhain- to p lut of commencement.
53. Commencing nt Ihe N V. coi ner nf no. 52.
thence VV su chains, theme N Hd chains, Iheinv
j ESUeh liris Iheiii c S so, haiu-lo pom! of coilc
| llicilneilient.
! 51. Conimeni ;nn at the N E con er of no. 51,
' thenee E SO chains thence 8 SO ehiins Ihene.-
VV sn 1 hains thonee li so ,ha ���- to point of com
, meneeiiitul.
Si,   Commtncing at the N E c >rner of nn. M,
thence K 80 chains thence 8 su chains, thence
j VV 80 cha ns thence N so ehains lo point of com
Sh.   CotniiU'iiiing ,it lllc 11 c ('(irticr  nf
j no. S5, tlienee w 80 chains, thence n sn
chaina, thenet e SO chains, thence ��� N
chains to point of commencement.
57. Commencing at tbt i w comer of
no. 56, thence w BO chains, dunce a 10
chains, thenet t 8l> chains, thence s iSO
chains to point of commencement,
SS,   Commencing tt the i �� corner of
no. 57, thence W 80 (h.iins, thence n Sll
I chains, thence e  Sii chains, tlienee s 80
chains t" point of commencement.
j   59.   Commencing at the n t comer of
I no. 58, thence n 80 chains, thenee e 811
chains, thence s SI) chains, thence  w  80
chains to point of commencement,
I 60. Commencing at the n ar comer of
no. 59, thence s 80 chains, thence w SO
chains, thence n SO cliiiins, thence e So
chains to point of commencement,
j 61. Commencing at the n a comer of
no. 60, thence vv Sn chains, tlienee n Sn
chains, thence  e  SO chains, thence s  80
chains to point of commencement,
62.   Commencing at tht n t corner of
no. 61, thence e ,s0  chains, tlienee  s  80
chains, Ihence w 80 chains, thence  n 80
chains to point of commencement,
65.   Commencing at tht n e corner oi
no. hi, thence e 40 eliains, thenet s 160
chains, thence vv 40 chains, thence n 160
(hain- to point of commencement,
j 64. Commencing at the n w corner oi
no. 65, thence n 80 chains, thence e 81
chains, thenet I  81)  chains, thence w 81
chains to point of commencement,
65. Commencing at the s w corner of
I no. 64, thence w 80 chains, thence n 80
i chains, thence t 80 chains, thence s 80
chains to point oi commencement.
66. Commencing at the a t cornel ol
I no. 64, thenee n 80 chains, thenet e 80
; chains, thence s 80 chains, tlienee \v  80
chains to point of commencement,
67. Commencing at the a. t. corner
of No. 66, thence w. SO chains; theneeii.
80 chains, thence e. Si I chains, tlienee  s.
80 chains to point of commencement.
68. Commencing at the u.e. comer
of no. 67, thence e. Si I chains, thence s,
SO chains, thence w. SO chains, Ihence n.
80 chains to point of cotnnieni'enient.
69. Commtncing at tht n. e. corner
ol no, 68, theme ��. 160 chains, thence
n. 40 chains, thenee e. 16(1 chains, thenee
s. 4o chains to point of commencement.
70. Commencing at the I, t. corner
of No. 69, thence I, 80 chains, thence
s. 80 chains, thence w. 80 chains, thenee
n. 80 chains to point of commencement,
71. Commencing at the s.w. comer
of no. 70, theme e. 80 chains, thence s.!
80 chains, thence vv. 80 chains, thence!
n. 80 chains to place o( commencement,
11.   Commencing at the t. w, corner
of No.71, thenee w. SO chains, tin nee
11. 80 chains, thenci e, su eliains, thence
s. so chains to point ol commencement.
71   Commtncing at the s. ��. cornet
of no. 72, thence s. Sll eliains, them e w,
SO chains, thenee  n. 80 eliains, thencee
sn chains to ixiint of commencement,
74. Commencing at the a, e. comer
of no. 75. thenet e, 8 I chains, thence s.
H ��� chains  then c tt, '    I hain-, thence n
0 |��   il  if 11 nnieiiecincnl.
75, Commtncing it the n t corwn oi
nn 71, thence t 8i    hains, thence i 80
I itnct w 80 chaina, thence ti 80
chains in poim nf commencement.
76 Commen ing st tht a w corner of
no 75, thence c 80 chains, thence I 80
chains, ihenee u 80  eliains, thence n mi
chains to point of commencement,
77 Commencing at the i w comer oi
no 76, thence e SU chains, thence s 80
chains, thence tt Sn chains, tlu/ncc n 80
chains to point of commencement
78 Commencing at the a w corner of
no 77, thence s 80 chains, thence w 80
eliains  thenee n SO chains, thenet   c  80
chains to point of commencement.
79 Commencing at the a I eorner iif
no. 78, thenee \v 80 chains, thence n 80
eliains, thenee t Sll chains, thence  s  SO
chains to point of commencement.
so  Commencing at the i w corner of
no 79, thence w Sll chains, thence n SO
cliiiins, thence e 80 chains, thence s 80
chains to point of commencement.
81 Commencing at the ��� i comer of
no so, thence s 80 chains, thence �� SO
chains, thence n 8(1 chains, thence e 80
chains, to point of commencement.
82 Commencing at the s e corner of
no 81, thence s 160 chains, thence w 40
chains, thence n 160chains, theme e 4
chains to point of comme iiecnieiit.
85   Commencing at the s e corner of
no  5, thence e  80  chain-, thence  I  Sn
chains, thence w Sn chains, thenee   n 8(1
chains to point uf commencement.
���    J. MACyl'II.l.AN.
Nieola, B.C., March 21st, 1907.
Thirty ilays after date 1 intend to
make application to the chief commissioner of lands and work for a license to
prospect for coal on the following des-
cribefl land, eomnMMingata post marlc-
od H. H. McD., N. E. corner being the
S. E. corner of LotlB, running soulh
80chain , thence west 80 chains, tl. ., i
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement.
II. 11. McDonald, Locator,
March 21st, 1907.     J. F. Murray, Agt
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands
nnd works for a license to prospect for
coal on the following land situated on
Coldwater. commencing at a post marked F. I). L, N. W. corner, being the
S W comer of Lot 330 running south SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
to point of commencement.
F. D. Lauder, Locator.
March 21, 1907.      J. E. Murray, Agt.
Notice w hurrbjr niv��'ii thutW dnj'H aftiTiiitlc
I tutuud luHpi'l) toth' <'lnt'f rmii'i'is*iiHn i ui
lunii- nnd works for pt-rmi.-s.on to punii imj ltXJ
ibcrtM ot inouiiuiiii uahmrti Ittnd. ��itii<tH<l In
Kdiiilo"!.- divit-ioji of Yi.l'' district: Ooromeo
etm% al ihe rt K con e uf A. Ande>fu_i'_ it ���
tuiptlon ilaim tbmcti east 4Urh��in>: ib<*nc6
north MlihitiiH: Lbtltctwtri 10 <'ii,iion ihtMirc
SttUltl til Cll.klllH lO  JMljtlt   Of I'OlllllIt IK tMUI'Ilt.
March _i;th IM,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply to theChief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licen.se to cut and curry away timber
from the following described lands situated in the Yale District of British Columbia, commencing at a postmarked T.
J. Smith's northeast corner, adjoining
R. li. Smith's timber location and
about one half mile east of the Cold-
water river, thence west 80 chains
along the line of the Indian Reservation,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north SO chains to point
of commencement.
Dated February 28th, 1907.
T. J. Smith, Locator.
Ry R. R. Smith, Agent.
Thirty days after date I intend to apple to the chief commissioner of landi
tnd wnrks (or a license to prospect lor
coal on the following lauds: Starting at
a post pi iced on See. 5, Township 91,
and running south sn chains, thence west
40 chains, thenet north B0 chains,thence
east 4o chains to point ol commencement,
Dated Stli of March, 1907.
Jos. Ciuhani, Locator.
The Nicola Valley
Coal and Co\e
Company, Limited
are nnw working at their Middtesbnro' Colliery
at Coutlee, B. C, in a seam of eighteen feet ul
solid coal, ot the finest quality, for steam, coking and domestic purposes.
Shares in this Company are being sold
at par, $100 per share
These shares are the sort of investment
which careful people like to mike It is a sale
one, and one with splendid prospect-, for the
future. It is not merely a cual mining Company on on paper.
The Company is a solid, substantial
concern, composed of leading
men in Vancouver.
Genera] Agfnt tor the Company
Notice is hereby given that within (SO j
davs from date I Intend making application to the honorable chief commissioner
of lands und works (or permission to purchase- 75 acres of pasture kind in the Vale
division of Yale district situated ns follows: Commencing at ut u stake at the
s.w, comer of lot 746, running thence
south 20 chains more or less to the n. vv.
of Jus. Corbett'i coul lease, thenee eut
40 chains, thence north 20 chains to lot
746, tlienee west 40 chains to   the Iw .jtit
of commencement,
jos. Costillion.
Nicolu, llth March, 1907.
N'oliee ia herebygiven that sixty days
f mi data 1 Intend to apply to the chi if
commissioner ot lards and work,- for
peraiaaion to pnrchaaa 160 ace s ol
|i ra la: Is, ntnated on Voght ( r ek
i! .he Nicol i Division of Yale Dii trict,
descrilit ii aa follows:
Comm mi ing at a post planted aboul
two mil �� and a half up Voght Cr ek,
ami aba 111 1 I chafes west from 'I horn-
son's lat 'I 'l1 Mice west lOchui'is.'.h IflCt
north 10 chail s, thence south 10 chailll
to poii ���tof commencement, containing
1WI acres, more or less.
Dated this 16th day of Kebriiai/, 1007
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.   When you had no local paper you were
ali wishing you had one   now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
Notice is hereby given that all  placer
claims legally  held in the Kamloops, .
Ashcroft; Nicoia and similkameen Min- ] Let us have your orders lor anything in this line
ing Division of Yale District   will be
laid over until the ut day of May, i i. an(i we yr[\\ guarantee you work as good as the
G. C. Tunstai.i,
Gold Commissioner.
Kamloops, Oct. 27th, 1906.
best and at fair prices. THE  NICOLA HERALD
List Your Property With Me
Insure Your Live Stock
G. M. BRASH,        HERALD BLOCK        NICOLA, B. C.
NOTICE is here liy given that on Monday. ' h,-dth day nf May, A. I). 1907, at
ten o'clock a. m., at the Court House,
Ashcroft, I shall hulii a Court of Revision for the purpose- of hearing and determining any and all objections to the
retention ��f any name or names on the
1 of Votcra for tha Yale Bart
on] District.
mr7 Registrar nf Voters.
Ashcroft, B.C., 19th rVh-uury, 1907.
Hare you  heard the  Wonderful
now Aluminum tonesrm
The in lit  perfect talking machine
yet produced.
Prices, ��15, $.50 snd $��0
Old style talkers from $o up.
Far Promt mi* Term-Write to
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IT ANOOUVBR,      ���     -     ���     B. C.
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.  When you had no local paper you were
all wishing you had one  now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
Certificate of Improvements.
Vernon Fractional Mineral Claim, situate in the Nicola Mining Division of Yak
District.    Where located���Aspen Grove.
Take notice that I, Isaac F.ashvood.ag-
| cut for  David II.  Smith, l'ree Miner's
Certilieutc No. B93428, Intend, sixty days
from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
: Recorder for a  Certificate of  Improvements, (or the purpose of obtaining a
| Crown (.runt of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section $7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of
Dated this 19th dav of March, 1907.
"Liquor Licence Act, 1900."
NOTICE is hereby given that from
the Nicola License District there
has been taken all the territory
draining into the Nicola River, except
that portion thereof for a distance of
thirty miles from the mouth, and that
the said territory so taken from the
Nicola License District has been added
to the North Yale License District.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
28th February, 1907.
Notice _ hereby given that (50 days after
date I inUmd tn apply lo the chief coniinis-
-inncrof hwdtaaa works for psrmtaloa to
purchastM acres of psstars land, joining K.
(Julliford sr��� commencing at Et, Oullifora.
stake No. 112 south rust c irner running
north Si castas, thence west 811 Sottas,
thence south 115 ehains, thence ei-st 80 eliains to
point of commencement.
Aspen Grove, Mar. 15,1907.
Certificate of Improvements.
Black   l'rince  Mineral  Claim,   situate
in the Nicolu Mining Division of Yale
I District.   Where located���Aspen Orove.
Take notice that I, IsnucKnstwood, l'ree
Miner's Certificate No.   B934_7,   intend,
I sixty days frnm (late hereof, to apply  to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
! Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
I tabling a Crown Grant of the abovt claim.
I    And further lake notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of
Dated this 19th dav of March, 1907.
Thirty days after dnte I inteud to ��p
ply to Ihe chief commissioner of lauds
im! works for ��special license to cut aud
eirry a��ay timber fi"in the following described Uud on the Coldwater river.
Conimcni'icg nt a post at the N E corner of Loi 333 running south 80 chains,
ihence earn 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence ��cst 80 chains to initial
post point of commencement.
March 21st, 1907.
J. F. MtKKAY, Licat.ir.
Commencing ��t a pnRt, at the S W
corner of L t 745 running sou'b 80 chums
east K0 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains tu initial post point
of iMiiiiii'-iiceuient.
MsitH 21st. 1907,
J. F Mrkray, Locator.
Let us have your orders for anything in this line
and we will guarantee you work as good as the
best and at fair prices.
Notice is hereby given that authorised
nflicers of the Department have been
instructed to make inspection of all orchards and gardens for the purpose of
carrying out the provisions of the Horticultural Board Act. It is asked that
all assistance be given to facilitate In
spections, and that in the interests of
all concerned, the requirements of the
Hoard, in accordance with the notice
served by Inspectors, be complied with
without delay.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture.
Office of the Hoard of Horticulture, Department of Agriculture.
Victoria, B.C., 25th Feb., 1907.
In the Estate of James Charles
Stephen* Chenhall, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
creditors and others having claims |
against the estate of the late]
James Charles Stephens Chenhall, who
died on Of about the 29th day of September, 1906, are required on or before
the first day of May, 1907, to send by;
post prepaid or deliver to the under- j
signed their Christian and surnames,
addresses utul descriptions, the fullnar-
ticularaof their claims,  duly verified,
the statement of their accounts,  and
the nature of their securities, if any,
held by them.
And further take notice that after]
such last mentioned date the Executors
will proceed to distribute the a.-sets of 1
the said deceased amongst the parties
entitled thereto, having regard only to
the claim of which they shall then
have notice, nnd that the said executors
will not be liable for the said assets or
any part thereof, to any person or persons of whose claim notice shall not
have been ivo-ived by them at the time
of such distribution.
Dated at Nicola, B. C, this fith dav
id March, 1907.
Solicitor for Arthur Richardson  Carrington and David A. Stoddard, Executors, mr"
N't I ICE.
ThirtJ I ; - sf tt 'ittt 1 intend toapply
m Hie ci.ii I cwiuui siouur of lands sad
works for h li'ease tn prospect for coal
on the following described Isnd. Commencing at a post marked M. O's n. w,
corner, being one mile tooth of the s. w.
comer of lot 330, (hence east 80 ehiins,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
hains, thence north 80 chains to point of
M. Olson, Locstor.
���1 E. Hate, Agent.
April 2, 1907.
Commencing at a post parked A ('. o's
11, e. cornel, being one mile south of the
s. e. corner of lot 329, thence 80 chains
west, thence 80 chains south,  thenoe 80
chains east,  thence 80 chaius north to
poiut of comnieLcement.
A. c. Olson, Locstor.
J. E Bale, Ageut.
April 2. 1907.
commencing at a post marked s. .1.  b's
11 w. corner, being the s. w. corner of M.
Olson's Coal location, thence 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north lo
poiut of commencement
8. J. Bate, Locator.
i. E Bate, Agent.
April 2, 1907.
commencing at s post marked .1. f.  b's
n e corner, being the s e corner of A. 0,
Olson's cosl b cation, thence 80 chains
west, thence 80 chains south,  thence 80
chains east  thence 80 chains north to
point of commencement,
.1. E Bate, Locstor.
April 2, 1907.
commencing st a post marked E Rs
n w corner, being the n e corner of S. J.
lute's coal location, thence 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north to
point of commencement.
I Rkiiariis, Locator.
J, E. bate, Agent.
April 2, 1907.
c imroencing at a pest marked J.R a k's
n w corner, heing the n e corner of M.
O sou's coal location, thence 80 chains
1st, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains west, tnence 80 chains norih to
point of commencement.
J. R A Richards, Locator.
J. E Bate, Ageut.
April 2, 1907.
0 'mnwncing at a post marked .1  a. h's
n e corner, being the se corner of j  E.
Bite's  coal   location, thence   80 chains
west, thence 80 chains south,  thence 80
chains esst, thence 80 chains north to
point of commencement.
.1. A. Hixshaw, Locator.
j E bate, Agent.
April 2, 1907.
commencing at a pnst marked f. w. ci'.
n w corner, Mug the s w corner of S .1
Bale's cosl location, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80 chain.
west, thence 80 chains north to point of
F. W. Okiukist. Locator.
.1  1   bate, Agent.
April 2, INT,
60  YEARS'
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to theChief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands, situated in the Yale district of British Columbia; beginning at a post marked R.
B. Smith north- west corner, adjoining
Charles Sterling's south-watt corntr and
about one half mile east of the Cold-
water river, thence south 80 chains
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated February 28 th, 1907.
R. B. Smith, Locator.
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