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NORTH COAST
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP THE COAST DISTRICTS AND NORTHERN INTERIOR
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Vol. 1.   No. 34.
PORT SIMPSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SATURDAY, MARCH 28. 1*08.
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LOCAL JOTTINGS
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Mr. Lscey will do barbi'ring in H. /'..
cabin No. to, Wednesdays ami Saturdays.
Mr. P. R.. Fleming, C. P. R. agent,
was taking the round trip on the May
this week.
Mr. B. Piflder of Dawson,was a pass-
enger on the Prince**? May, going back
to Dawaon 'for the summer.
Mr. John Smith of the North Coast
Commercial Co. at Port ri*ington, is a
guest at the Hotel .Northern-
Mies Frances McCoskrie has quite recovered from her recent illness at the
hospital, and is able to be up and around
again.
Among the passengers going south
last Sunday by the Camosun were Miss
Rachel Alexander, Messrs. W. H. Vick-
«rs and Mr. MacFarland.
Mr. John Wallace returned to town
on the Venture Thursday morning. He
will return to Arrandale by the tug Nagasaki, due here at any time. <
Mr. and Mrs. Regan of Aberdeen,
Wash., arrived from the south last Sunday. They intend to remain in the
north, look   around  and  not miss any-
..thm«v
Mr. We.,.A- Wadhams, manager of
■WadhamtyCannery at Port Essington,
came up by'the Venture lust Tuesday
■evening snd registered at,.'the Hotel
Northern, ""   :,":' '
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Mr, J.K'McClellan, the a^'ayer, returned hew Thursday night ly the May
after a visit of three or four months to
the old country. All are glad to see
■hhw b/»<&.00ce more-'•;"
Mr. M.-M. English,' manager of the
Balmoralcannery, arrive by the Venture, accompanied ,hy his new bookkeeper, Mr. Rosseiu. They returned
to tne Skeena by the Venture.-
Mr. Millichamp, representing the dry
goods firm of Gault Bros., was registered at the Hotel Northern until the
Capilano put in an appearance, when he
left for a visit to the Naas canneries.
W. Goldbloom, representing the firm
of Goldbloom & Co., of Vancouver, arrived from that city a few days'ago ana
has, much to the delight of the ladies,
been displaying some novel spring suits.
For the week ending Saturday, March
21st,   the  members   of the   WoAjans'
Auxiliary met at the residence of Mrs.
John   Conway    Thursday    afternoon,
where a very successful  meeting took
place.       ■ «.■■•
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Next week will be published the pri*
list for the Port Simpson Exposition to
be held next falL The list is a large
one, and the amount of money prizes
■will lie three time* larger than tliu't'wf
last year. -
Last Monday wening Miss Knox,
lady superintendent of the hospital, en
tertainiaa » iHitnU'f of young Indies at
dinner in hpnor of the Jesses Rita atid
Gipsey Johnston, before leaving for
Hartley Bay. w  '
It is report^ htfre that Capt. J. H.
Bonser will be master, of the steamer
Caledonia during the coming season's
work on the Skeena. The Caledonia is
at present tied up at Prince Rupert, being used as a hotel.
The Princess May cleared from this
port of entry last Thursday night, carrying something like 200 passengers. As
^he night was perfect almost everyone
l_the steamer to gee friends
jiorth.
-,—^n Point, and
Mrs. Alexander of Rocwts. .    ,
Miss Paul of the Crosby H9$g! ?°tn
figured among the victims of la grv?,e
during the past week.   All will be glad
to know that the patients are regaining
their good health once more.
Teh* .following item appeared in The
Pfovinca of the 18th: "Mr. J. W.
Stewart, a member of the firm of Foley
Bros. & Larson, which has the contract
for the first section from the coast eastward, left Chicago for the coast recently to commence operations."
Mr. McBain, manager of the British
America and North Pacific  canneries
on ihe Bkaena, ean s up l: 1he Venture
the other evening and mt\ f<>r Retahi-
kan by the I'r.n ■> -., May, where he will
vie.it the Bel! Irving eannery thare.
Governmei t Agai I Manson returned
from Jedway via Victoria bj ths I'rin-
eMi Mag Thursday night,   .'•.::•. Manson
has been  absent   about   a   month from
the govetrnmenl office, Mr. H. Young
acting as government agent.
Mr. F. Graham, who has for some
months [ast been in the service of the
Hudson's Hay company at this post,
will leave tomorrow for Victoria to join
the new sternwheeler Port !-'impson as
purser. H's many friends wish him
much success and bon voyage.
On Tuesday evening last the steamer
Venture,'Capt. Goulding, entered from
the south, and after making the usual
run to the Naas canneriea and other
northern points, returned here and
beached for repa:rs. Owing to the
small tides the Venture was unable to
get away south until Friday night.
The tug William Joliffe, Capt. Stratford, entered Thursday afternoon. The
following day the Joliffe attended to
our harbor lights, putting them in good
shape for the summer. Mr. Halcot of
Ottawa,'superintendent of lighthouse
work, wrfs aboard the Joliffe and was
given a hearty welcome by his friends
here.
A. J. Dawson, colonial editor of the
London Standard, has arrived in Winnipeg, Accompanied by C. E. Hoer. Mr',
Dawson intends issuing a huge Canadian
supplement of the Standard, and for
this purpose is making a tour of the
country collecting facts and data twttm
close pbrsonal observation  an 1  invwifi,'
»a«on. .,Hr;
G. T. Michell, representing thdtiaird-
ware  firm of Piyor & Co.,  Victoria,
ami *blK>ic from \bc Vjotur^JFrld::/,
being chaperoned around towrl by the
genial freight clerk, Mr. Harry Brown.
We have not heard as yet whether they
got back, as the last we saw of the two
dromeos they were going in the wrong
direction.
J. F. Moodie, of Moodie Brothers,
of Calgary, was in Revelstoke recently
completing the final arrangements for
the incorporation of the Big Bend Mica
Company, Limited, which company intends to commence operations in the
Big Bend almost immediately. The new*
company has secured 26 mica claims in
the Big Bend in the vicinity of Big
Mouth creek, northwest from Kinbas-
ket lake ami directly south from where
Canoe and Wood rivers enter the Columbia.
On Monday evening last Mr. and Miss
Locker,by entertained a few of their
friends at their home in honor of the
departure of Mr. Graham, Mr. Lock-
erby's brother officer. The evening
was a pleasant one, closing with the
usual "Auld Lang Syne" and "Heis
a Jolly Good Fellow." Those preaent
were the Misses McGill, O'Neill, Minnie
and Annie Alexander, LePsge, Sophie
and Margaret Brentzon, the Messrs.
.lamtv. Sharp, F. Graham (honorary
guest), H. Young and W. O'Neill.
The old-timors of Port Simpson, who
knew the Rev. A. E. Green thirty years
ago, will read with interest that Mr.
Walter V. T. Green and Kiss Doris
Stedham were married at San Francisco on Wednesday, March 18. Walter,
who is the eldest son of the Rev. A. E.
Green, Inspector of Indian schools, is
a native of Port Simpson, born in the
old mission house in 1878. He is a successful engineer in the employ of the
C. P. R. The bride formerly resided in
Vernon, and for the last year ai;d a half
in California. In future their home will
will be in British Columbia.
Last Sunday, during the evening
service at St. Catherines church the
Rev. Mr. Hogan gave out from the
' *',r>it on behalf of the citizens of this
place eTcSressm£ most earnestly the regret felt bytte -departure of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Johnston ^J-S.niib^o'n-
plimenting them on their popularity liiifl
thanking them for their many kindnesses which have during the past year
won the hearts of the people of Fort
Simpson, who in return extend their
best wishes and earnest hopes for the
welfare and success of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnston in their future new work.
B. C   LED IN MINERAL OUTPUT
Banner ,W Inert! Province Again Largest Producer In J 907.
Canada's mineral production Tor 1907,
says 'ihe Province, reached HB.lflrfOOO,
or over elegit) times that of LcSBO, which
was $10,221,000.
This is shown in a preliminary report
just issued. Ihe metallic output reached a value of $.#.424,000, the non-metallic $31,:H7,000, cement, slate ami
other structural material $12.1)00,000.
The output of coal reached 10,500,000
tons and a value of over $24,600,000.
Ihe copper production reached 57,380,-
000 pounds, and a value of $11,478,000,
Britise Columbia supplying 72 per cent
of the total output and Ontario second
with 19 per cent. British Columbia, in
fact, led in the total output of all the
minerals, although its production of
gold last year shows a falling off compared with other years.
In this connection the report says:
"The lutal gold output in 1907 wm
$8,270,000. Four years ago gold was
relatively the most valuable mineral
product in Canada, but in 1907 it has
fallen to fifth place. A continued shrinkage has taken place in the output of the
Yukon from $22,206,000 in 1900 to about
$3,150,000 in 1907. The effect of this
shrinkage was to soipe extent lessened
by the continued increase from British,,
Columbia,.but in. 1907 this province also
ehowa..fjAMmg off both in placer and
lode eSgtout, a decrease of over IB per
cs«st. Lass thim half as much gold was
•biatnai from the Yukon in 1907 as in
.#{06. Of the. total gold output in 1907,'
'#j»at47 per"l'ent was obtained from
ptaetr and hydraulic workings, and 63
per cent, from sulphuret and quartz
ores.''' '■'**" ' :
"'.      F&R SKEENA tflVER.
WE ARE IN THE MARKET
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TO BUY
Timber and
Mineral Locations
That will stand investigation.
Send full pariculars and reports.   We met as
EXECUTORS, TRUSTEES,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. LIQUIDATORS,
INSURANCE AGENTS, MONEY TO LOAN.
SAVINGS BANK, VALUATORS.
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CAPITAL j-   $2,000,000
Dominion Trust Co, Lttt
J. B. MATHERS, Gcacnl Hunger.
328 Hastings St, West    Vancouver, & C \
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Boats Are Being Made Ready for the
Spring Rush.
Capt. S. B. Johnson, formerly commodore of the. Hudson Bay boats in
Northern British Columbia, when recently in Vancouver, stated that navigation on the Skeena river wilL,.be
opened about the 25th of next m<thth.
This seasoh'^e will be skipper of*the
new freight j(;^mboat now being BijJlt
at Victoria for the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway, and which will be placed on
the Skeena river run.   The boat will -be
Jhit'.r.
launched early in May. The new.eteam-*
boat under consjructipn at Victijjfia f6r'.
the Hudson's 'Bay company itf nearly
completed, and will be engined shortly.
It will go into commission on the Skeena
soon after the opening of navigation.
Owing to the rapid development of
Northern British Columbia and the railway building operations, the volume of
traffic on the Skeena river during the
coming season promises to assume
enormous proportions.
FINDLAY RIVER RUSH.
R. Boyd Young Co.
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Just Received, the Best
BOYS' SCHOOL
Ever brought to town.   Sizes 1 to 6
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PRICE, $2.50
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Try°ur Corn-Fed Hams and Bacon
R. Boyd Young Co., *.!$»»
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Hotel Northern
Recently purchased by Mrs. Jennie Richards.
Newly furnished bedrooms, sitting room, etc
FIRST-CLASS TABLE. !»'
Highest Grade of Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Rates moderate, $1.50 per day and up. PORT Smwoit
Lnrge Numbers Leaving for the New
Eldorado,
The rush to the north has begun in
deadly earnest, says The World. Not
a single berth was available on -he
Princess May on her last trip north,
not even a seat In the smoke room.
Premiums were offered for accommodation, but to no purpose, and from
now on, for another month at least, it
expected that every boat going to northern British Columbia ports will be,
crowded.
Lots For Sale
•IN-
PORT SIMPSON CITY-
N NORTH SIDE OF HARBOR.   S
$76 up.     Terms, half cash; balai
JOHN FLEWIN.
ON NORTH SIDE OF HARBOR.    Size of lots 40x125 feet.   Prieea from
$75 up.     Terms, half cash; balance six months,without intaraat.
Notary Public fcsr B. C.
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- —s 111. I
CO
TIMBER NOTICE.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS,
For the farm, mrden, lawn, Iknilevard or
'k=V conservatory.    Acclimatized stock,   oid-
G?   est established Nursery on th
C) Catalog free
Mainland.
| M. J. HENRY, M1° ^r,inster
§ Vancouver, B. C.
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SKEENA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coaat.
•   TAKE NOTICE that E. A. D. Heming. of Vancouver, B. C. intendp to apply for a special timber* license over the fe .llowlna* described lands:
'S2. Commencing at a post planteed on the shore
or"'a'point on the west shore of Bumaby Strait.
Moresby Island, about 50 chains east of the center
'of'the north and south line of T. L. 12948, thence
west 40 chains, thence south 120 chainB, more or
le8a,--to the shore, thence east and north along the
shoraito point of commencement, containing 640
acre* more or less.
■rt»,i: Elizabeth Aileen Domville Heming.
.-of.' H. ('. Magee. Agent.
Dated December 14, 1907.
33. Commencing at a post planted on the west
shore of Skaat Bay,- Moresby Island, about two
miles and-iruarter west of the southwest corner of
HuxWy Island, thence weest 60 chainB. thence south
160 chains, thence east 20 chains, mora or loom »»
the shore, thence north along the shore to paint ot
commencement, contsinjncrMO acM,<mon or!***.
Elizabeth Ailoen DoatriS Hsmina-.
i Dated DecambaM4. 1*07.       _ "T-. ■ .^*       ,
34. Commencing ata post plsnted on tha west
shore of Skaat Harbour. Moresby Island, about
two itiiles and a quarter west of the southwest
corner of Huxley Island, and at tha northeast
corner of Claim 33, as advertised above, themee
north 160 chains, mora fir leas, to the shore, theme*
east and southwest along tha shore to point of
cr,mmci' •emrnt. containing 640 acres, mors or leas.'
ELIZABETH AILEEN DOMVILLE HEMING.
H. C. Magee Agent
Dated December 14. 1907. jam U
Subscribe for The North Coajbt THE NORTH COAST. SATURDAY, MAttCIi 28, 1008.
The North Coast
P.bliabedai
SIMPSON, B. C.
P. F.  Godenrath ft   Co.
■4wer« D. ■•*laa<i, Maeeajer.
•UIMCR1ITION W.00 Hh Anson.
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-• daft. 07.00. Certificate of
. Notice.. * days. »7 UU Coal
MM Tlmbar Notice**, ■ da)s,|Ma
L*c*x NoTtoaa -Immodluisly following refu
■tr ktoam feeoeeua pear oounteod Una flrsi li.sar
Ami M mbu par Una sack «ub«e<jusiit lusar
iTasMtwr* ADVBRTiaaua'eTa Classified Ad
itMlliiminls audi as "Hiluallons Wanted."
HUJp Wan tad." "Lost." 'Tound." »U.. 3 rsiiti
tat wrntt tet tnt Insertion; I cent par word
•Mk aahsiqMBt Insertion. Initials and figures
to sauul as words.
TraJtsUot esdvts. and legal sol Ices payable
meatrenm.
Ventrmt* AdvertiaainanU at tha rat* of 12.00
aa* bv* pe* month.
All Upl aotlcts must be sccompanUd by
Ahmoi cash, otherwise they will retails un-
•abllahed. ArraBgements can be made with
Mm manager for payment la Vancouvtr.
fully entitled to rest for the remainder
of his life.
The Dominion government in response
to a numerously signed petition has decided to establish a system of telegraph
communication between Prince Rupert
end the Queen Charlotte Islands. It
will also build a telegraph or telephone
line to connect the islands of the group,
and will install a system of gas buoys
•t various points on the islands, including Jedway.
When we read of United States fishing schooners loading up with halibut in
British Columbia waters, in defiance of
our laws, we feel, sometimes, that we
would like to ask Professor David Starr
Jordan whether he does not think that
we ought to brand our halibut—just to
see the sort of expression that would
come over his face. —The Colonist.
THIS AND THAT.
Greenwood Ledge.
The more you give away the more you
have.   Try it on your local paper.
The Empire canriot turn out • single
issue without getting off a few scurrilous remarku, the litest being an attack
on The North Coast. Poor indeed is the
taste of the editor, when all he can
turn his pen on is the union manager of
this publication. Were the paragraph
referred to not a deliberate lie, it migh.
go unpast, but for the benefit of Editor
Houston, we can assure him that the
manager of The North Coast obtains
three squares a day at the  local hotel,
WHICH AKE NOT COOKED BY A CHINESE
STOMACH     DESTROY KK.      If     Houston
would mind his own business, and not
■take such a bally ass of himself by
wddling in affairs that do not concern
him, he would be better appreciated.
Perhaps, inside of two years, he will be
TOO DEAD TO SKIN EVEN RUPERT.
Keep within your capacity i'or anything and you will have few sad moments.
Man's injustice to others has made
many a lawyer rich, and many a jail
prosperous.
The red tape in the postofflce department at Ottawa would reach around the
world and then lap over.
America is money mad. When the
insanity passes away sweet peace will
reign upon this continent.
Thirty years from now there may be
a white man in British Columbia, but he
will be somewhat of a curiosity.
Our legislators at Victoria get $30 a
day for their services this year. Few
of them could earn that at anything
else.
ROM THE EXCHANGES.
At last the outside world knows exactly the rank of Morocco among the
powers, although the rank ii somewhat
of an inflated nature. It was reported
iwsntly that Abdul Aziz had a balloon
stowed away in a corner of the huge
bazaar, which serves as the arsenal of
the imperial palace. It turns out now
that there are three balloons there.
The reason of there being three balloons
to the poas<assion of Abdul Aziz is said
to be tmtt to the fact that when the ingenious ^ent of a foreign firm was
demonstrating to Abdul Aziz the great
necessity of military balloons for Mo-
roco, seeing that the other great military powers possessed them, Abdul Aziz
aakad how many balloons were owned
by France and by Germany. He was
told about fifty and forty respectively.
Then he asked how many were owned
by Portugal, and he was told Portugal
had two military balloons. "Oh," replied the monarch, "then make me
three without delay." It ought to be
pointed out that in the opinion of Abdul
Asia, and as he has frequently explain-
<sd, Morocco comes immediately before
Portugal in the scale of the great powers; therefore, the Moors ought to own
thri»e military balloons. -The Province.
A ncsgging wife is worse than a mosquito that you cannot catch when it
walks on your nose every time you try
to go to sleep.
The majority of people do not think
enough of what they say about others,
and too much about what others say
about them.
We would rather live upon the odor
of a cafe window than have millions
and be unable to appreciate the pleasure of eating steak and onions.
When a woman sees a couple with a
lot of babies she looks indignant at the
father, and when a man sees them he
appears indignant at the mother.
Harry Thaw has decided not to remain
insane more than a month. This patent
adjustible insanity is the best to have
if one must be insane.
The chemical change called death is
simply a reconstruction of life's forces.
When the elements do not properly mix
within us we become deceased and the
undertaker does the rest.
The Chinese government has granted
twft years' leave of absence to Sir Rob-
art Hart;' after repeated applications
for permission to get "one more sight
of home and friends before the final
adieu must be said," as he wrote recently to a friend. Sir Robert Hart is
78 years of age and few men have received such world-wide homage. He
has been decorated by Belgium, Austria,
Italy, Holland, Prussia, Portugal and
England, while China, of course, has
loaded him with her peculiar favors in
the form of buttons and feathers.
Speaking of his much desired leave of
absence, Sir Robert Hart wrote: "The
months and yean are slipping away and
both youth .and middle age are things
of the past. I am now an old—a very
old man."—The Province.
The race track and the stock exchange
are the great gambling resorts of the
continent, but the law does not interfere. It prefers to run in those small
chaps who shoot craps on the sidewalk.
We make our own ghosts, and they
chase us into all kinds of corners. Keep
the stomach in good shape and the
ghosts of worry should disappear like
the mist vanishes as the sun rises.
General Porflrio Diaz has been president of Mexico for 27 years. There was
an interruption between the years 1880
.and 1884, but after the latter year the
repeated re-election of the chief executive ceased to be repugnant to the Mexican constitution. At the end of the
pMMDt term General Diaz means to retire, as he wi).I then be 80. years old and
British Columbia will soon be one of
the great orchards of the world, and we
do not own even a gooseberry bush.
However, we have a million tons of
wild oats cached in the barn.
A Vancouver hotel advertises that it
has blissful beds. Must have an eternal
spring, and a call bell so you can touch
it in the dry moments of the early morning. Perhaps the ticks contain straws
long enough to reach the bar, and the
pillows are stuffed with feathers from
the wings of angels. There is nothing
like a blissful bed, especially in Vancouver, where you can recumbently recline and listen to the soft swish of the
rain against the window, and the pitter-
patter of a little emissary from Japan
as he glides to your room with a life
preserver-a long Collins. Blessed be
the blissful bed, and we hope it has
come to stay.
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coast.
TAKE notice that Angus Gillis. of Vancouver.
B. C. occupation limber cruiser,  intends to apply
for a speecial Umber license over the following described lands:
1. Commencing st a pool planted 3S miles.
measuring in a southeast uire-ction from the mouth
uf Sockeye creek, ut the northeast corner of L*k*
Lakelse, tlience north b0 chkins. ihenee vast si)
chains, thcr.ee south SO chains, thrnre east ni
chains to point of commencement, containing ti10
acres, more ut less. Angus Gil.is.
Dated DcMtaal .>r 16. l»/7.
2. Commencing :tt a post planted 3' - i. ilss.
measuring inu southeastdirection from the mouth
of Sockeye creek, ut thu nurth.*a»t comer of Luke
lj.kcl.ej, thence south so chuins. thence aest SO
chuins. thence north 80 chuins. thence Saat HO
chains to tho point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less. A,.,c Gillis.
Ii.de .1 DM mlecr Ii:. pj 7.
.1. Commencing at h poet planted 3H' iri'es.
measuring in u suutheasteliMCtie.n fiom then < .th
of Sockeye croc*, ut the northc;u.t corner uf Ijike
Lakt-ls.', thence north SO chains, thence rant Ml
ch .ins. thence south SO chuins, thi-nce went Ml
chains ti> point of commencement, containing Mo
seres, more or less. Angus Gillis.
Ii.-ci. ■! December 16. 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted SMi miles,
measuring in u southeaster,, cti-.n from themouth
of Sockeye creek. :l the novtheunt corner of I .:,.,;
Lakelse, thence south bo chains, tlience east 10
chains, thence north 80 chiin,, thenc great BO
chuins to point of commencement, contfelnlhff G40
acres, more or less. Angus Gillis.
Dated December 16. 1907.
6. Commencing nt a post pir.nted nbout 4:.-
miles, mesiuiing in u soulhe.cut (lire ction from the
mouth of Sockeye creek, at the not theust corner of
Lake Ijukclsc, tlience south lto chuins, thence
west 40 chsins, tlience north 11,0 chuins, thence
cast 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, »nore or less. Angus Gillis.
Dated December 10. 1907.
6. Commencing at n post plan tedr.bout4Hrrei'es
measuring in a southeast direction from themee,I,
of Sockeye creek, at the northeast coiner of Lu».e
Lakelse, thence cast 100 chuirii, thence south 40
chains, thence west 160 chr-inu, thence north *0
chains to point of commencement, conUiinini/ 040
acres, more or less. Angus Gillis.
Dated December 16. 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted about 6 miles,
measuring In a southeastdirection from the mouth
of Sockeye creek, at the northeast corner of Lake
Lakelse. thenc* east 160 chain?, thence south 40
chains, thence west 160 chains, thence north 40
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less. Angus Gillis.
Dsted December 16. 1907.
5. Commencing ata post planted about 6 Vi miles
measuring in a southeastdirection from the mouth
of Sock*y* crerek, at the northeast corner of Lake
Lakelse, thence north 60 chains, thence east 80
chains, thenee south 80 chains, thenc* west 80
chains to point of commencement, containing G40
acres, moro or less. Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14, 1907.
0. Commencing nt s post planted about 6H miles
measuring In a southeastdiraction from themouth
of Socl eye creek, at the northeast corner of Lak*
Lakelse, thence south 80 chains, thane* esst 80
chsins, thence north 80 chains, thenc* west 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
sere., more or less. Angus GUlls.
Dated December 14. 1907.
10. Comn.e-nring nt a poet plantod about 3W
miles measuring in a north direction from th* eon-
Alienee of the nnrthinost blanch of the Kitamaat
river \. Ith the muin streum. thenc* north 40 chains,
thence en.t 160 chains, thence soutli 40 chuins,
thence v est 160 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or lass.
Angus Gillis.
Dsted Decern) er 11, 1907,
11. Commencing at a post plantad about 8H
miles mcnsuiing in a north direction from the confluence of th* northmost brunch of th* Kitamaat
river with the main stream thenee seat 160 chains,
thenee •couth 40 chains, thenee west ICO chains,
thenc* north 40 chsins to point of commencement.
containing 040 seres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14, 1907.
12. Commencing ,>t a pe»t planted about3 milea
measuring in a north direction from the confluence
of the northmost branch of the Kitamaat river
with the main stream, thence west 80 chnins,
chenee south 80 chains, thenco esst 80 chains,
then,* north : n chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 scren, moro or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14, 1907,
13. Commencing nt s post planted about 2 miles
measuring in a north direction from th* conflnence
of the northmost branch of the Kitamitat river
with the main stream, thenee west 80 chains,
thence south 80 ehains. thence east bO chains,
thence north HO chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, moro or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14. 1907.
14. Commencing at a post plantad about 2Vt
miles measuring in a north direction from the confluence of th* northmost branch of the Kltawont
river with the main stresam. t hence cast ltiO chains,
thenco north 40 chains, thence west 160 chains,
thenc* south 40 chains to point of commencement,
containing G40 acres, mora or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14. 1907.
16. Commencing at a post planted about 2V4
miles measuring in a north direction from the confine:,ee of th* northmost branch of the Kitamaat
river with the main stream, thenee esst 160 chsins,
thenee south 40 chsins, thenee west 160 chains,
thenc* north 40 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14, 1907.
16. Commerncing at a post planted about Wt
mile* measuring in a north direction from the confluence of the northmost branch of the Kitamaat
river with th* main stream, thence east lOOchuina,
thenee north 40 chnins, thence west 100 chains,
thenc.■ south 40 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 seres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14. 1907.
17. Commencing at a pott plsnted about IVi
miles measuring in n north direction from tho confluence of tho northmost branch of tho Kitum/ist
river with th* main stream, thenceeast l'iOchains,
thence south 40 chains, thonce west loO chains,
thsnee north 40 chsins to point of commencement,
containing i; 10 acres, moru or less.
Angu* Gillis.
Dated December 14. 1907.
18. Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles
measuring in a north direction from the confluence
of the northmost brunch of ths Kitamaat river
with the main stream, thence nortli 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80 ehaina,
thenee west 80 chuins to point of commencement,
containing eS40 acres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 14, 1907.
19. Commencing nt a post planted about Vt mile
measuring in n west direction from tho continence
of the northmost branch of the Kitamaat river
with the main stream, thence north 80 chainB.
thenee west b0 chains, thonce 3o.v.ih CO chains,
thonce east bO chain:* to point of commencement,
containing C10 acrea, more or Icon,
Angus Ciliis.
Dated December 13, 1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted about Vt mile
measuring in a west direction from the conliuence
of the northmost branch of the Kileimaat river
with the main stream, tlience south £0 chains,
thenoe west 80 chsins, thence north SO chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
_,      , _ Angus Gillis.
Datod December 13, 1907.
21. Commencing at a post plnnted about Vt mile
mensuring in a west direction from fne confluence
of tha northmost branch of the Kit-mia.it river
with the main stream, thence north 80 chsins,
thence cast SO chains, thence south 80 chains,
thenee weat 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, mora or less.
Angus Gillis.
Datod Decamber 13. 1907.
22. Commencing at a poat planted about V. mil*
measuring in a wcat directum f rum the cocifluanc*
ot th* northrooet branch erf th* Kitamaat river
with the main stream, thence south 80 chains.
thence east SO chuins. thane* nortr 80 chains,
themee west 80 chains to point of commencement.
containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Angus Gillis.
Dstid Deeeembvr 13. 1907.
23. Commencing at a post planted about *, mile
measuring in an easterly direction tnat the confluence of the northmost branch of tne Kitamaat
ri.er with the main sticain. tlience nortli <M> chuins.
tlience cast eO chain*, the-nee south 80 chain...
tl.« i.ee west So chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 ucrvs. more or lens.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 13. 1907.
'24. Commencing at a post planted about Hi
n.il.s measuring in all eastdireclion from the con-
fiuvi.ee of the not tlunost branch of thu KiLau.uat
river v. ith the main stream, thence south I..0
chums, thence west 40 clealaa, thence north loO
chains, thenc* east 40 chuins to point of coinmei.cec-
lovnt, containing C40 acres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 13. 11107.
26. Commencing at a post planted ubout l'e
nines measuring in an east tiireclion from the con-
fhiciiceief the north,nust branch uf the Kil.i :eust
river with the main stream, thence south 100
Chains, thence east 10 chains, thence nortli 100
ehains, ti.e ice west 40 chains to point of commencement, coi,la,  ii.i. 640 acres, more or less,
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 13, 1907.
20. Commencing nt a post planted nbout IH
nice meafiLring in an esst direction from the con-
liuenceof tho north -nust brunch of the Kitamaat
river with the muin stream, tlience south 1'jO
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence north loll
chains, th. nee eust 40 chuins to point of commencement, containing ti-JO acres, more or less,
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 13. 1907.
27. Commencing at a post planted about l1*
miles measuring in an east direction from tho confluence of tho northmost brunch of the Kitamaat
liver witli the main stream, thence south KO
etiuini,, thenco cast 10 chains, thenca north 1C0
chains, thence west 40 chitina t, point of com-
ii.enccrr.'.nt, containing U0 acres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated December 13. 1907.
28. Commencing at a post planted about 3'4
miles measuring in an east direction from the confluence of the northmost branch of the Kitamaat
river v,ith the main btreum. thence south 100
chains, thence west 40 chains, thenc* north 160
chains, thence east 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 seres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Datod December 13. 1907.
29. Commencing at a post plantod about SVt
mile* measuring in an esast direction from the confluence of th* northmost branch of the Kitamaat
river with the main stream, thenc* south 1C0
chalna, thenc* east 40 chains, thenc* north 160
chains, thence west 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 seres more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Dated D*c*mb*r 13, 1907.
30. Commencing at a post plantod about Is*
miles measuring in an east direction from th* confluence of the northmost branch of the Kitamaat
river with the main stresam, thence cast luO chains,
tlience north 40 chains, thence v. est 100 chains,
thence south 40 chains to point of commencement.
containing C40 acres, more or less.
Angus Gillis.
Datod December 13. 1907.
31. Cent.menclng at a post planted about 2Vt
miles measuring tn a southeast direction from the
confluence of the northmost branch of the Kitamaat river with the main stream, theuce south 160
cluins. thence west 40 chains, thence north 100
chains, thence east 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Angus Gitlis.
Dated December 13. 1007.
?■'_'. Commencing «lia post planted about 2ti
mites measuring In a southeast direction from the
confluence uf the north.nost branch of the Kits-
ii- .st river with the main stream, thenee suuth 100
chains, thenc* east 40 chui.is. thence north lf'.O
chains, thence west 40 chains to point ni commencement, containing 040 acies, more or less.
Angus Ciliis.
Dated December 13, 1907.
:*.3. Commencing nt a post planted about 3Mi
miles m*H*uring lu a southeast direction from tho
confluence of tho ne.Tthmo.et branch of the Kitamaat riv.i with the main stream, thence south lf.O
chrins, theace \.ost 4n chaim*. thenco north li'O
chuins. t: onto east <!0 chuins to point of commencement, containing 640 ncres, more or loss,
Angus Gillis.
Dated roceml er '.3, 1007.
34. Cor. :nen, eiijr at a post planted nbout 31.
mile* measuring in a southeast direction from the
confluence of the norliimort branch of the Kitamaat river with the main stream, thence south 100
chains, tho'ice east 40 chain., thence north 1C0
chains, thenco west 40 chalna to point of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or les-e,
Ai.'GUS GILLIS.
Datod December !3, 1937. jan 18
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cosst, Range V.
TAKE notice that we, Frank Vandell, occupation timlier cruiser, Albert Sinclair, occupation
real estate agent, nnd John McShane, occupation
limber ci alser, of Vancouver, B. C., intend to npply for a special timber license over the following
described lands, situated in the Kltsumgallum
valley. Kunge 6, Skeena river district:
1. Commencing at a post plnnted nbout 40 chains
north of the southwest corner of T. L. No. 7916,
thence 80 chains west, thence 80 chains south,
thence 10 chains cast, thence 80 chsins north to
point of commencement.
Datod lie,ember 19. 1907.
2. Commencing at a post plnnted about 80
chains v.-ev I of the southwest corner of tho old
Incian rest rve, thence 1C0 chuins south, thence -10
chains east, thence 160 chains north, thence 40
ch: ins west to poit t of commencement.
Dated Dtrsmber Ut 1907.
3. Commencing at u post plnnted about 80
ciiplns v v,' of tho r.o'.iihv.'c,it corner of old Kit-
auMffallum Indian reserve*, tirenco loOchalne south,
l)ief.s*c|0 chain.i we.it, thence 1,S0 chains north,
t!, .re 1" , bail.,, tan. to point of commencement.
Datod December !0, 1907.
4. Comtiiencieii. at .t post plan tad about 20 chains
e.Mtof I l.e sou the est corner oi old Kit.uinigulliim
l'c.'.ai! reS'tve, Ihensfl 1.0 cli.'.ina cast, thence 80
Chains north, thenco .10 chr-ins '.vest, thence 80
chains soutli t.i point of commencement.
Dati',1 December 19. !3n7.
6. ComnicntHnsstapoatplantad nbout?0chains
west of the northwest corner of the old Kltsum-
g-'.Uum Indian rwcrvo, thence t70 chains north,
thence mj chains enst, thence S'J chains south,
thence 80 chains west to point of commencement.
Dated December 19, 1DS17.
6. Comtnoncinif ata post planted nbout 20 chains
north of tho southesat corner or T. L. 16419. thence
120 chains north, thenco 10 chains oust, thence 80
choins south, thence 40 chains cast, thence 40
chains south, thence SO chains west to point of
comnicnccmefnt.
Dated December 10.19C7.
7. Commencing at a pest planted 40 chains
south of the northwest corner of T. L. 10-119,
thenca SO chains went, thonce 80 chains south,
thence SO chuins cant, thence SO chains north to
point of commencement:
Dated December 19, 1907.
8. Commencing at n poat planted about 40 ch-;
south of the northwest corner of T.±f, ■'.Vo*
tlie-nce !-0 chains west, thence 40 etV'T77 ""}?•
tlience 160 chains east, lhencs>^.-„'a!n' "orth'
point of comnicnccmU)^--^,r=ha,M •ou*b to
Dated Dccen.bfrToTlSIO?.
'9.   Commencing at a post pin tod at the northern corner of T. L. 16419. thence 160 chains west.
thenea 40 chain, 110rth.   thence  160 chains cast,
thenco 40 chains aouth to point of commencement.
Dated December 19, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted about 40 ehaina
norih ol the nortnwesl earner of T. L. 10419.
thence 1C0 chains west. Ihor.co 40 chains north,
themee 160 chains east, thenc* 40 chains south to
print of commencement.
Datod December II, 1907.
11. Commencing at s poat planted at the serath-
werst comer of T. L. 1-1397, thenee 80 chain* west,
thence 80 chaina north, tlnnce 80 chains east.
thenee 80 chains south to point ot curanienccnie.-.i.
Dsted December 21. 1907.
12. Commencii'i' eta post planted at the nrerth-
east corner msrkeu T. L. 16191, thence ISO chains
west, thence 40 chains north. taence80chainsceu>t,
thence 40 chains north, thence 40 chains east,
thence 80 chains south to point of commencement.
Dated Deccebir :1. 1907.
18. Coininencii'tata post planted about 80 chaina
nortli of the sit-tiiweat corner of Location No. 12.
thence 80 chains went, tb. nee 80 chuins south,
tlience Ni chuins laafc thenc* Mj chains north to
point of c.,mmonce.iic-nt.
Dated December Jl. IVn.
14, Corr.n.cncliegnt n poet planted about 40chalno
south of the soutt,u.st corner of T. Is, ',941, thence
160 ehains wort. thcac*40ch.einsnorth, thenee l/l
chai s east. th. net 40 chnlns south to point of
commencement.
Di. ed December 21. 1907.
16. Commeneingat ■•• post planted about 40chains
nort i of tin* eouthvirst corner of T. L. 7911. thsnee
leJOihafrs nest, thence 4u chains south, thenee l.^i
ciiai s ei-jt. thence 40 chains north to point of
curnne.-iiceii.ent.
Dated December JI. 1907.
16. Commencing ntn post plsnted about 40chslns
north ot tho south w est corner eef T. L. 7941. lh*nc*
160 chuins west, thenc* 40 chains north, theuce 160
chains east, thence 40 chains south to point of
commencement.
Dated December 21. 1907.
17. Commencing nt u ptecl planted about 40 chains
south of the iieiith'.v est corner of T. L. 7941, thenc*
100 chains west, thence 40 chains south, thenee lco
chains east, thence 40 chains north to point of
commencement.
Dats.l December 21. 1907.
18. Commencing nt a post plantod about 40 chains
west of th* northeast rorncr of Location No. 17.
theaou eSO chnins north, thence 80 chains v.esi.
thenee 80 chains south, thenee 81, clusins east to
point of coinmenceine nt.
D.. ci December 21. 1907.
19. Commenelngata post planted about2Hmiles
up .'iota the mouth of Nelaon river on th* north
ban!., thenc* 1C0 chains south, thenc* 40 chaina
east, thence loo chuins north, thsnee 4U ehsins
wet to point of commencement.
Dut.il D*ce-iiil,er2l. K«J7.
20. Commencing at a post planted about IVk Billes
up frm the mouth of Nelson river on the north
bank, thence 160 ehains south, thenc* -in chains
west, th.ncc ICO chains not th, thenc* 40 chains
east to point of commencement.
Dated December 21. 1907.
21. Commencing ntu post planted about 2ls miles
up from the mouth uf Nelson river on the norih
bank, thence 100 chiina north, thence 40 ch.-.lua
west, thence 100 chains south, thvnce 40 chains
east to point of commencement.
Dated Deccmb.r21, 1908.
22. Commencing at a post planted about 2V4 milea
up from the mouth ,ef Nelson river on the north
bank, thenco 160 chains north, thenc* 40 chaina
eust, thence 160 chains south, thence 40 chains
we st to point of Commencement.
Duted December 21, 1907.
23. Commencing at a post plantod at th* mouth
of Camp creek, on th* weat bank of Kltsumgallum
lake, thence 40 chuins west, thence 40 chuins aouth.
thence 40 ehains wost. thence 40 chains south.
theuce 40 chaina west, thence 40 chains aouth,
thence 80 chains east, thence 40 chalna north,
thence 40 chainB eaat, thenee 80 chains north to
puint of commencement.
Dated December 21. 1907.
24. Commencing at a post planted about 2 miles
east of the mouth ot Camp creek, on the east
bank of Kltsumgallum lake, thence <t0 chains ee.t.
thence b.e chalna north, thence 40 chalna west,
thence 1C0 chains south along shore to point of
commencement.
Dated December 21. 1907.
26. Commencing at a post plantod about 20 chatna
from the mouth of th* Kiteumgallum river, where*-
It. i ecu.tics Int.. the l.lcceee Ihe   ffenel   t)*hk of 1st e
thence 40 ehaina west,  thence 160 chuins south.
thence In chaina east,  mora or less, to the shore,
and then ul.m,: lake shore to point of commencement.
Duted December 21. 1907.
26. Coinmenci .gate post plantod about 40 chaina,
wast of the northeast corner of the location of No.
26, thenc* 16(1 chains -outh. thence 40 chains west,
thence 160 chains north, thence 40chains east to
point of commencement.
Dated December 21. WW.
27. Cor meiicing nt n post planted about I mil*
up the riv >v from Kitamngnllum l.ke, on the west
bunk of rl cr. them e fo chains west, thenee 80
chains north, thence 80 chains east, thane* 80
chains south to point of commencement.
Dated December 21, 1907.
28. Commencin;: at a poit planted about 20 ehaina
north of the mouth of Douglas creek, thence 40
chains north, thence 40 chains east, thenee 80
chains north, thence 40 chains east, thence 120
chains south, thence 80 ehaina west to point of
commence n.enl.
Dutud December 21, 1907.
29. Commencing ut a post planted about Sri
milei north of the n.outh of Deiuglnsercsek, thenc*
40 chains *u.-t, thenco 100 chuins south, thence 40
chains west, thenc* 160 chains north to point of
commencement.
Dated December 21. 1907.
30. Commencing at a post planted about "M
miles north of the mouth of Douglas creuk, thenc*
40 chnins east, thrnre 100 chains north, thenee 40
chains west, thence 160 chains soutli to point of
commencement.
Dated December 22, 1907.
31. Commencing ut s post planted about 3 miles
up from the n.outh t,l the north fork of the Kltsumgallum lirci, on the east bank, thence 8V chaina
BUOtllf thence <I0 chnins west, thenc* 40 chains
south, thence 4'i chuins west, thenc* 80 chalna
north, thence 40 chnins east, thence 40 ehaina
north, thence 40 ehains east to point of com-
meneement,
Dated December 22. 1907.
32. Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles
up from the north fork tlf the Kltsumgallum river
on the east bank, thencu 40 chains west, thenee EO
chains north, thence 40 chains west, Uience 411
chains north, thence 80 chuins east, thence 120
chaina south to point of commencement.
Dated December 22, 1907.
:<X Commencing at a post plantod at th* northwest corner and about 7 miles up from th* north
fork of th* Kltsumgallum river, on the east bank,
thence M chains oast, thence 100 chains soutli.
more or less, to the river, nnd thence along river
to point of commencement.
Dated December 22. 1907.
34. Commencing at a post planted at the north-
cast corner, ami then about 7 miles up from the
north fork of Kitsumgallum river, on the west
bank, thencu 40 chaina west, thenc* 100 chains
south, thenco 40 chains cast, thane* 160 chalna
north to point of commencement.
Dated December 22, 1907.
86.   Commencing at a post planted at the southwest cornor, and about 7 miles up from the north
fork of Kitsumgnllum river, on the
thence 160 chaina east,  thenee 40 i
thenco 100 chains west, 1
point of commencement
Dated December
FRANK VANDALL.
ALIIEKT SINCLAIR.
JOHN McSHANE.
Frank Vandall. Agesnt.
IaAXD ACT.
Skeena Land District. District of Coast. Take
notice that John Mnthers, of Skidegato. 11. C. occupation merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described hinds:
Commencing at a post planted at th* southeast
corner of K. C. Stevens' pre-emption at Sand Spit
Point. Moresby Island. Q. C. I., thence west 2D
chains, thence south 80 chuins, thenc* cast 20
chains, thonce north SO chains along shore to point
of commencement.
JOHN MATHERS.
Dated November 13. 1»17. jan II
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at Vfertoria. B.C. will have his
haadquartaf* this Suuimer at
C—st Laad District, District ol Skccoi Itierer.
TAKK notice* that 1, Jua.cs McLennan, at
Kii.mui, u.cupation leoggi i, .ntrnel .-* apply
lor a sptc.ul timber Ik:.a,.- over the follow-
ing  described   lands:
Xo._ 1. Co-nir-tii. ,ng at a |*osl planted en
the South .Me ol Gardner Canal, 1 l/i miles
Kasl eef Trimiipti ila>, in the vicinity oi
Usukrttiuiy I land, maikrd .1. Mel... S.K.
Cor. 1'ost. Ihenee Sv cnains rtoinll tuencc HO
chains West, to shore ol Triumph Hay, tlience
following SeUOrt line ol Triumph Bay and
l.aielii.i   Canal   to   place   of   commencement.
Dated December (.th,  1907,
.'.-e. -t. Comment-.ng at a post planted on
the 'A'l.i bunk .,f the I.sit fork ol the creek
running into a lake about two m.lts Sou en ui
Triumph lia) ,n ihe- vicinity oi Hawkesbuiy
Island, ... ! about HO chains Souih ol the
South .ml et Ihe Lake, niaikr.l J. Mel., N.K.
Co, I',,:, theace IGO chains South, thence
4U chains vVc,t, thence 160 chains North,
thence -to chain. ICjlt |o place ol to.murine
BM-lu.
listed   I), ci-iubci   6th.   1907.
No 5 (. e ,-.ruinciiig at a post planteel on
the West lank ol the Kast folk ol the creek
running iive, a lake about 2 miles Soma ol
Tiuiinph lis;., snd about 180 chains South oi
tin South cud „l the said lake, in the vicinity
o( llan-krebury Island, ol Gardner Canal,
marked J. McL., m.%. Cor. I'oit, thence l(.u
chaim North, thence 40 chain.. Welt, theme
160 chaim South, thence 40 chains Kart to
place of commencement
Daicel December (.th, 1507.
No.   6.-   Commencing   at   a
the  West  bank «f ihe  Kasl
running   into   a   lake  atcttl   .
Triumph   Bay,   and   about   ISO
of the  Soulh  end  ot  'aid  lake,
Hawkesbury  Island,  3 miles West ol  Dcvasta- of Kumdis Slough,  Massett  Inlet.  ulxail 2 milt..
loon Channel, maikrd J. McL, S.E, Cor.  1'oM, BuHssUWt •,' the- soath end at   Kumdis   Island.
l-->'«    l. cuius Stul ., l..ci.e.t a, chains   >.t:t, said post ,,,..rke,l Wm. i.., .\. W. isar.. thence cast
thence    40   chains    South,    thence    60    cuius SO chuins. tlience south eO chains, tlience  Meat SO
West, thence HO chains  North, more or Irs, to chains or lo shore line „f Kumdis Slough, thence-
shore    line,    th, nee   along    the   issavc   hut    to northerly ul,:ng she:e line of  Kumdis .-»!.High tee
place   of   , otume nccrmm.
Datee.  December 2nd.   1907.
T-.o. _'4. Coaiincncing at a post idauted on
the Sc-uth slime enf >cie t'huiliicl, lia*».e: ..ui y
l.lami, 4 miles West oi Devaslutleii Cliaiulcl,
i.iak.'.l J. Mel... S.I'.. Cor. Pol. thence 40
r-ei'tt' South, tlitute loo chains \.e ',, L.tllCC
40 chain. North lo -bore line, thence along
tile  iltme- line to jela.-e  oi iv.uiincneemeiil.
Dated   Decrmhei   _'nd,   J Vtl7.
No.   26.    Comnuncing at  a   pe.st   planteel  on
tllC     Wl't     Mile      eef     DoUglS*    CllUHIIcl,     jlee.ut     40
ehains   South   of  a   lac,. Ofl   ami   aboil    J
BOUlh    ee|    (lee    HloUlb    '.i     l»aW'U|l    Allll,    lliaikr'l
J.    McL.   S.K.   Coi     Post,    thence    West   40
chains, tbruce  North  Io/j chain,, thence
80   chain-,   thence   South   4U   chains,   inoie   or
lest,   to  si.we   line,   thence-  f..Ho,* im;   siioie   line
to   potol   oi   cnimeiieeuseiil
I la.eel   December   ]nd,   IVII7.
No. 27. -Commencing at a jsisl plant. <1 ..n
a erctk on the VV«1, ihore ot Dai. o„ Arm,
alo.it 2 miles front the uiuuth. in ihe ricin
i,« of Hawkesbury l*lan,l, marked .1 M,l..,
N.E C»r. Poit. i .riic V.'e.i 100 chains,
tlience   South eSO chains, thence  Ka-t  60 cbaii
lr.i'!.'   e,e     Icib   lo   lle.u    I.he,    t'l-.M   e   |]oUg    shore
line  te,  place  of c, n. uno-meni.
Dated  December 2nd,   iV07.
point of ccimilleuccmciil. containing 64" acre*
Located Drermlirr IS. 1907.
WILLIAM i.ai.i.is
Jan 11 I If. click Jj Jones. Agent.
Skeena I..,ml i.i-tr:. i District of Graham Is
lar.l C| C. I Tab notice that George Stafford
of Hoc Ii t ea- up.ition farmer, intends tnappl'.
for p, mission t., purchase the following described lauds
Genua, Ming .•!  i ;«*.! planted on tile   sheerr e,n
'!" '   »t sledi Slenlgh, eet Haocsrtl Inlet.
Ci.eh.mi   Islaiie!    ami  about   .tV*  miles   si,utilerl>
Ii"" Ihe north end ol Kumdis  Islund. aaidposl
beingthe southw,   [corner and il mnrke-d G s
H VV coi   Iben •    ..' ., chain*.thenoe north at
chnlm the,;..   ....       i, lusorto ih, ihiBi 11m
of Kinmlis si,nub. thence sotttbcrli along lie
■holt   line  of K.nnelis   Slough   to  pliicc   of com
mrnri in, nl  eontalning 640 ..ercs
I.e. ,,l«-.l le. , emleei  ||   |'*J7.
GKOKC.E STAFFORD
Jun 11 hied, rick II. June... Agent
U     Cenihieicing  at   a  |.o:t  plain
he   No
>ost   planted   on
oik   of   a   creek
milei  South of
chaim   Soutli
vicinit)
Htwkcibury    Iiland   ol   Gardner   Canal,
ke.slnuy
J.   Mt-I...
J  at
the  N.W.  Cor. of the ieta,| ol the  North arm
oi  Dawion  Arm,  Lrtwce.il   Dawion  and   l.iti-
mat  Armi, maiked J.  McL..  S.K.   Cor   Poet,
la, n .- Ncrth 40 chaint, i  enci   \\ '-:.t 40 diain .
thence South <0 chain , theii'.'c VVei I 40 c
thence Souia 00 chains, lh*nc,   Catt 4
more   or   le.s   to   fbcue   line,   thence   lobov. ..^
i bore   line   in   a   Neilaeily   direction   to   point
of commencement.
Dated Decembet 2nd. 1907.
a TeUKWA,
B.C.
TIMHKII  XOTK'K.
SOITII SIDK PKANOOIS I.AKR,
Dif trict of omim .j,
TAKK notice tlu.t the Alius Kt-nlty Co.. of Van
ero-'ver, It. C, real estate and timber brokers, iii-
lend to apply for n siiecieU timber license o»-cr
the- iolluwnig dcscrilx-d l..jnl*
I. Coin nv euving al a pest plnnted ,n the south
side of Francois 1 kr about 10 miles from the
mouth and atunit <me mile west of isl-.ndsou
«.-u ii sieU- ..f lake, tiieirc 40 chuins sou-h. 160
cLilus east. 40 chains north utiel 160 chains west
following lake shore, mid continuing 640 acres,
inure or le as.    I',«t ut northwest corner.
Th* Alius lenity Co.
Per J.G. Kobbins. Agent.
Staked IXrc. 20. IVf'7. march 21
.AKK.
S«»L'TU SIDK PKANCOIH I
PMAlict of Oniim.-s.
TAKK notice thnt the Alb.. Kenlty Co.. ,.f Vim
etieiver. II. C*. real estate nnd tiiul- r lu-okcrs. in-
tcnel ie, apply for a special tinilurr license ejs«r
the followitlg eleseiila-.l I lids:
2. Ce«ni,v-ii, ing at a |Histplnllieej *«i the soulh
aide of Kr.einms lake ulKnit 1<I miles from the
mouth ot lake und utioiit one mile meat e/ iabinds
on south side of lake, thenee 40 chains south. IcVO
erh.iius west. 40 chains 111,1th and   l'«> chains east
marked J. McL., N.W. Cor. I'oit, thence 30
cahini East, thence 80 chains Smith, theuce 80
chains West, Ilientc 80 chains North to place
of commencement.
Dated  December oth.  1907.
No. ".- -Co .iincncliig it a post planted en
the Weit bank el the Kast (ork of the creek
running into a lake 2 miles South of Triumph
Hay, and about 180 chains Soutli of the South
end of said lake, in the vicinity ol llawkev
burv Island ol Gardner Canal, maiked J.
Mel,., S.W. Cor. Poit, thence 160 chaim
Nortli, thence 40 chains Kast, thence 160
Chains  South,  thence  40 chain!   Weit  to  place
of commencement,
Dated  December 6th,  1907.
No. 9. —Commencing at a poit planted on
the We,t ioik ol a river running into a lake
alout 1 miles South of Triumph Hay, and
Gardner*! Canal, and about 260 chaim in a
Southwell direction from the South end of
.aid lake in the vicinity ol lfawkeihury Island, maiked J. Mcl... S.K. Cor. Poit, thence
<0 chains North, thence 120 chsini Weit,
thence 80 chaim South, thence 40 chaim (m,
thence 40 chains North, thence SO chaim Eait
to place of commencement.
Dated  December 6th,  1907.
No. 10. -Commencing at a poit planted on
the  North  bank  of  the  Wot   lork ol a  river
running into a lake 2 milei South ol Triumph   the head  of the  North' arm
Hay, In Gardner Canal, and abo'at 260 chains   between   Dawion  and   Kitimat   Armi,   inarke,1
■■ a^ Southwell ^direction  from  the   South end   J.   McL.,   S.W.   Cor.   Poit,   thence   North   t6
•    of_ Hawkesbury  Ii-   chaim, tlience Eait 80 chaim, thence South 80
No, !0.—Commencing at a nod planted 1(70
chains South tif.m the n.i'l of i.e. ;.'--, ;...
of Dawion Arm, on the Kast shore between
Davson and Kiti.nat Arms, msffced J MiL,
X.W. Cor. Port, thence 40 chains Kast, thence
80 chains Soutli, theuce 40 chain. Kail, thence
80 chains South to shore line, thence ahinj^
■ hoie  line  to  place of commencement.
Dated  December 2nd.  1907.
No. 31.—Commencing at a pott planted
about 80 chains South from the head of ttie
North arm of Dawson Arm, on the Kast shore,
between Dawion and Kitimat Arm, niaikec]
J. Mil.., N.W. Cor. Poit, thence Ka,'. 80
chaim, thence South 80 chains, thence Weit
80 chains to shore line, thence following ihore
line in a Northerly direction to point of commencement.
Dated December 2nd, 1907.
No. 32.—Commencing at a poit planted at
the head of the North arm of Dawion Ana.
between Dawion and Kitimat Armi, snd
marked J. McL., N.W. Cor. Poit, tlience Kast
10 chaim, thence Soulh 80 chaim, theuce West
80 chains to ihore line, thence along the shore
line to place of commencement.
Dated December 2nd,  1907.
No.   3J..—Commencing: at
Sk-euu i,and Dlatrict, District oi Graham Is
lai I (j C 1 Tel,, notice that rrcderlck Benson
lonei ... ofnaeett U C., occupation furttier. m
lends to npplj foi permission to purtliusc the fol-
lowli    .Use rifaed binds:
Comment Ing at a post planted on the shore on
the east si.ic e,f Mnasctt Inlet, about 6 miles south
of the soulh side of l,,,i s., Massett Inlet aud
about 4 chnins north of a small creek known as
WaUein river, •e.ii'l poll being the northwest cornel nnd .. malkecl p, Il J N.W. fir. post..
'•"• e-s; |60 chaina, thence south .0chains.
•1   ■ st tosher, in., oi Mouett Inlet, thence
norlberlj along the .leerc line e,f Masi-ett Inlet
to point e-ef commencement, containing 640 acres,
mcj-.t or lefts.
i.e.cate.,1 December 7 1 kit
inn 11 PKBDERICK H. JUNKS
TIJIBER  NO TICK.
a post  planted  at
1  of  Dswton  Arm,
of the lake in the vicinity 0
land, maiked }. Mcl„. N.W. Cor. Poit. tlience
80 chaim Wot, tlience 30 chains South, thenc*
80 chains Kilt, theuce SO clisini North lo
place of commencen ent.
Dated  December 6th,  1907.
No.   II.—Commencing it 1 pott  planted on
chiim, thence West 80 cluiui to place of eom-
rneniremctit.
Dated  December 2nd,   1907.
SKKKNA I.A.M) DISTRICT..
Iiistri t of Coast.
TAKK NOTICE that The Graham Island Lumber c'e,., '.f Victoria, occupation gentlemen,  in-
tendi to apply foraipecial timber license over
the following detcribed lunds:
1°. Commencini at n poal planted on the
northwest ornerofT I,. 835s, Mie Clinton Bay.
Masset l:il,: liefng the leouthweat corner relocie-
lion T. i. U5S, theme cast 8u chains, thence north
80 cbnini, thence weit 80 chuins. more or less, to
the ihore. thenee following shore to the point of
commence uicnL
Graham Island ' umber Co.
John Young. Ageut.
Dnted December 20, 1907.
41. Commencing at 11 post planted on the southwest corner. e,n the cast txiundnry of T. L. "748.
Juskatala Bay, Masset Inlet, relocation T. I. W8.
theuce north 80 chains, thence cast 40 chains,
thence north ,' ehsins. thence east 40 chaim,
more or less.to shore, theuce folloning the shore
to place of commencement.
Grahuin Island I.umb,, Co
John Young, Agent.
Dated Dcccmtier 20,1W.
99. Commencing ata post planted on the northeast corner of T I,. 12664. Musset Inlet, being tlic
southeast corner, thence west HO chains, thence
north .SO chains,  thence nest 40 chains, thence
-Commencing st  a  post  planted  on
the South ihore of Kildjla Ann,
north 80 chnins. thence cast 20 chains,  more or   chains, morceir less,
less, to the shore, 1 hence following shore to point   the shore to point of commencement.
follow Ing lake to point of eoiiuuencrusriit. c on.    the Kast tide of like slout 1 milei South from
•siniiig 6«e acres,  more or leal.   Post rjlanlecdou   the head of Triumph   Bay. and about  2 milei
Soeith  of. the   North   em!   .,1   the  like   in   th*
northeuM ixwirr.
Slaked Dec. 20, 1V07.
The Atlas Kerally Co
Per J. G. Kobbins. Aii-iii.
nun. ti 21
JSDKTII  SIDK l-'KANCDIS IJVKB.
District of llminrca
TAKK notice Ulnt Ihe Atlas itenlty Co., of Van
eeumcr. II. C. real estate mid tiiiilser bnokcra. intend to apply for a special timber license over
the following eicacrila-d lands:
1. Commenting ut s post planted em the north
side of Kmnceis lake 10 miles in a westerly di-
lee lion from thr mouth ot lake ui <l opposite islands on south side of l.kc. Ui> ivcc 80 chains
north. HO chains west. VI chains south, and HO
ecbuiiiK cast following l.-k ■ shore to pouit of com
tiienceiiie.il. uud containing 640 acrea, more or
less.    Post al southeast corner.
The Atlas KcaltyCo.
Per J. <1. KeilibiiK.. Agent.
Staked Ilec. IH. 1907. march 21
vicinity of Hiwl.cibury Island, umked J.
Mcl... N.W. Cor. Poit, thence 80 chiim
South, thence 40 chiim Hist, Ihenee 40 chiim
South, thence 40 chaim Kilt, thence 80 chiim
North, thenee 40 chaiui Writ, theuce 40 chains
North, tlience 40 chaim Weil to plice of
commencement.
Dated   December  Mil,   1907.
No. I J.- -Connie Kc.'ng it 1 poit plmted on
the iliore at Ihe Noith end of lake 2 miles
Soulh ol Triumph Hay, Gardner Cinal, in the
vicinity of Hawkeibury Iiland. marked J.
Mcl... N.W. Cor. Poit. thence (0 chiim Kan,
thence 160 chtins South, to ihore line, thence
following ihore line to place ol commencement.
Dated   December  6lh,   1907.
No. 1 J.--Commencing at a poit planted on
the shore at the North end ol the like 2 milei
South of ihe head of Triumph Biy, Girdner
Canal, in the vicinity ol Hiwkesbury Iiliud,
mirked I. Mel... S.K. Cor. Poit, thence 90
chains Wett, thence 40 chiim South, thence
40 chsins Kill, thence 80 chains South, thence
of commencement
Graham Island Lumber Co.
John Young. Agent.
Dated December 20. 1907.
151. Commencing ut a post planted at the
northwest corner, being at the southwest corner
of T. I
No.  J5
Kim, about J mil
from   the  head,  marked  J.   McL.   N.W.   Cor.
Poit,  thence   South   40 chaim,  thence   Kast  40
chains, thence South 40 chaim, thence  Kait 60
chains,  thence   Norih   84  chains   more  or   lees
lo   shore   line,   thrute   following   shore   line   lo
iiient  of co'timrnceineiit.
n.,.j   n.-.,.,,,...   i„i    ton? east 60 chains,   thence smith    1% chains. Ihenee
Dated  Decemhei  Jrd.  1907. west 60 chains, more or less, to shore,  thence lol-
No.    S'l.—Commencing   at    a   post    planted   lowing shore to point of commencement.
about  1(0 chaim diitml in a Northerly direc- Graham Island I.umlier Co.
tion from the head of Kagle Hay on the Ksit John Young, Agent.
ihorr of Kitimat Arm, tnarkrd J.  Mcl,., S.W.      Dated Dccetnlier 20. 1907.
Cor.  Poit. thence Eait 80 chain!, thence North       I52.    Commencing   nt .1  post   plnnted  on   :he
SO  chum  te   ihore  line,   tlience  along  shore   northeast corner, being at the southwest corner
IIBS  to  Olacs   of  commencement. of T. I,. No. H35H, Mussel Inlet.  MacClinton   1.1.1.
Dated December Jrd, 1907. thence south BO chnins.  thenee weal BO chaim,
No.   40.—Commencing at  a post  ulanted  at   thence north SO chnins. tlieuic east So chaim  n,
the   held  ol   Eagle   Hay.   011   the   Kast   shore   Point of commencement.
of  sime, en   Kitimat  Arm,   3  milei  South  of Clallam Iiland Lumber Co.
the  mouth of  Kildali  Arm,  marked J.   Mcl.., . . _ I01"1 Voung Agent
.SW. Cor.  Poit, thence 40 chains East   rhen,-e      Dated December ^0, 1907
mek, aU.in 2 miles west oi Yakauu rivei Mas
set luict. la ing the southeast comer tbruce weest
see chuins. lliclite north oO chains, theuce ra*t &>
chains then, e south 80 chains to point oi commencement
Graham Island Lumhrr Co.
John Young. Agewt
Dated December 19. 1907.
163. Commencing at a pesst planted on a small
creek aliout two miles weste>f Yukaun river. H*i-
sel Intel. Isriug the neirtheust corner, thence wewl
se chuins. thrncr seiulh so chain*, thenee east W
chains, thenoe north 811 chain* lo point of commencement.
Graham Island Lumber Co.
John Young. Agvnt.
Dated December 19. MP.
I'e4 Coiiiineiicing at u p.j«t planted on a ibuUI
stream on th, west -i.lr of Yukaun river. Mssset
lulet. being thr seeuiliersi corner, thenee well W
chains, ihe nc.- north so chain*, thence east Mi
chiiius thrute-south Mi chains l» ixiint of csom
meticrnu-nt
Graham Island Lumber Co.
John Y.aing. Ageat
Dated December 19. tW
165. Coinmeiit-ing at u |u>st pbinted on a aanall
stream uliotit two miles west of Yukaun river.
Mussel Iulct l>eing the northeast corner, thence
west 80 chains, tlience south so chains, thenc*
east 81. chains, theuce north HUehains. to point of
commencement.
CrnliHiu Island Lumber Co.
John Young. Agent.
Dated Drrrnitier W. MB.
166. Commencing at a post planted on s snisll
strcHiu nbout .1 miles west of Yskuun river. Mas
set Inlet, luring the northeast corner, thence west
Mi chains, thence south so chains, thence east 80
chuins. thence north 80 chains to point of commencement
Grnhnm Island Lumber Co.
John Young, Ageut.
Dnted Deremlier 19. 1907
167. Commencing at a post planted on a snisll
stream nlxiut S miles west of the Yukaun riveri
Massett Inlet, ticing the southeaat corner, thence
west 80 chains, thener north Wlchsins. thence enst
80 chnins. thence south *, chains to point of coin
meneement.
Graham Islnnd Lumber Co.
J'.hi. Young. Agent.
Dated Decern! er 19. 1907.
16H. Commencing ut a post planted on the northwest corner of T. L 9950. Ynknmi river. Masset
Inlet, being the northenst corner, thence west «fl
chuins tlience south i'O chains thenoe east 40
chuius. ihenee uorth !60cbuins to place of commencement.
Grnhnm Islnnd Lumber Co.
John Youug. Agent.
Dated December 19. 1907
169. Commencing ut n post planted on the north-
cast comer, ljeing 1 mile south of the northwest
corner of locution No. 168. Yukuuii river. Masset
Iulct. tlience south 16*1 chains, thence welt 411
chnins. ihenee north 160 chains, thence eait 40
thnini to point of com meneement.
Grnluim Island Lumber <Go.
John Young, Agent.
Dated Deccmlicr 19, 1907.
170. Commencing ut a post planted on the
southeast corner nt the southwest corner of T. L-
12656, Kumdus islund Mnsset Inlet, theuce north
200 chains, thence west 80 chuins, more or leii, lo
the shore, thence following to the ihore to point
of commencement
e .1.' h,i 111 Island I,umber Co.
John Youug. Agent.
Dated December 21. 1907.
171. Commencing at 11 post plan ted on the southwest corner, at the northwest comer of T. L- 774J.
Juskatala Bay. Mnsset Iulct. tlience east 140
chnins. theuce north 40 chains, tlience west 160
shore, thence following
C.ndium Island Dumber Co.
John Young. Agent.
Dnted December21,1907.
172.  Commencing at a post plnnted on the southwest corner of T. I.. 12.649, Juskatala Bay. Musset
Inlet, luring the southeast csemcr, thence north e*»
No; 8.347.^Masset Inle-t. Deliiut Hay. thence   chains, thence  west HO chains,   Ihenee south 80
chnins. Ihenee eust SO chuius to   point of  commencement.
Grnhnm Islnnd Lumber "Co.
John Young. Agent.
Datcel December 21. 1907.
173. Commencing nl a post planted on the southwest corner of T. L. 12649, Juskntulu liny. Masset
Inlet, thence south HO chnins, thence west Me
chains, tluiicc north HO chnins. thence east so
chains to point of commencement.
Grnhnm Island I.umlier Co.
John Young, Agent.
Dated December 21. 1907
174. Commencing nt a post planted about .'0
chnins south of the northwe-st corner of Lease !
lllCIlLC ...........    ec---*«*e.e.--e.e>„a«»aewiaB*n*.*Vlt.e|,-|J|et|t^l       i  ,1.   *l -T        _l». ,
40 chains North, thence 80 chsins East, theuce 153.    Commencing nt n   |Ksi   planted   on   the Denan liny, Mnsset   Inlet, theuce west 120 chains.
40 chains North, thence 160 chaim West more northwest corner of T 1.  No. 7747. Mnsset  Inlet, theuce nortli 60 chains, thence east  120 chains,
or lest to beach, lollowing ihore line Souther- juskntuln Buy. being the southeast corner, thence mere or less,  to shore of small  lake,  following
NOKTH SIDK KRANCOIS LAKE.
District of (hnincco.
TAKK notice Unit live Atlas Kcn'ct v Co.. of Vancouver, B. C. mil rslAte and limlier brokers, intend to apply for a special timlier license over
the following described land*: llrr t*nai,  in  tne vicinity
2.   Commencing at a post planted oa the north   'md   and   marked  J.   McL.,   N.W.   Cor.   i'oit
aide of Prancoit lake about 11 milee* in a westerly   thence 40 chaim Kan, thence 40 chains South
ly to place ol commencement.
Dated December Jrd. 1907.
No.   41.—Commencing at  a pott planted  at
40   chains   Eait   to   ihore   line,   thence   along   the   head   of   Eagle   Day  on   the   West   ihore
shore line to plice ol commencement.
Dilcd   December  «th,   1907.
No. 15.—Commencing il i poit plsnted IK
miles North of the held of Triumph Biy, Girdner Caml,   in   Ihe  vicinity  of  Hiwkesbury   Is
edirectinu from Ike inouih of lake, and one mile
west of islands on south side of like, thence 80
chains moth. 80 dinins west, go erhuins ooutb.
nuet sOefuiiiis c*,st following lake ihore to point
of commencement, nnd contniiiing 640 scie*.
more or leu.    Pott oi southe.-est corner.
The Atlas Itenlty Co.
Per J  G. Hobbins. Agent,
tttuked Dec. 18.1907. march 21
of lime, on Kitimit Arm, J miles South of
th* mouth of Kiidala arm, marked J. Mcl...
N.W. Cor. Poit, thence 40 ehaim Cast, thence
40 chains North, thenee 80 chains Eait, thence
40 chsini South, theuce 40 chiim Welt,
thence 40 chaim South, thence 80 chaim Weit,
thence 40 chains North to point of commencement.
Dsted December 3rd, 1907.
No. 4J.—Commencing it a poit planted on
the Eiit shore of Kitimit Arm, and about 2
milei North of Hopkim Point, marked J.
McL.,    N.W.    Cor.    Poit,    thence   60   eliaini
Milt Tit 'HOC 1-KANCeiIS  l.AKlt
District of limine, a.
TAKK notice Hint the Atlas Kcully Co.. of Vancouver. II. C. real estate nnd timber broker*, intend to apply for ii speciul timlier liceiioc o\xt
the following described lauds: .
3. Commencing ut a post planted on the north
aide of Praiicois bike nbout I.", milea in u west*
eil) direction from Ihe mouth of !<'rancnls hike
and about 1l v miles west of Isliuiils mi south side
of Inke. thence north 40 chuins, west 160 chains,
south 40 c hulus. east 160 chains following lake
Ihore, containing 640 acres, more or less. Stake
on southeast comer.
The Atlas Realty Co.
Per. ). 0. Kobbins. Agent.
Stiked Dec. IB. 1907. march 21
thence 40 chiim Km, thence 60 chiim South,
thence «0 chiim Weit to ihore line, thenc*
along ihore line to point of commencement.
Dated   December 6th,   1907.
No. 16.—Commencing at a poll planted oa
the West tide of Triumph Biy, Gardner Caml.
in the vicinity ol Hiwkeibary Island, on the
S.P.   Cor.   oi   49   K.N.,   ind   49  S.E..   mirked   .
J.   Mcl,.,   N.P..   Cor.   Poit,   Ihenee   40   chiim   ""*  ""Pi*" °{ commencement
Wett.   thence    KM   chaim   Soulh,   Ihenee   40       D,u<1 December Jrd. 1907.
chiim   Cut   lo   thore  tine,   thenee   along  the       No.   44.—Commencing at a pott planted on
thore line to place of commencement. the  Ent side ol Kitimat  Arm.   \i  mile North
Dited  December 6th,   1907. of   Hopkim    Point,   marked   J,    McL,    N.W
Cnr.   Poll,   thence  SO  chiim   l-'ast.  thenee   80
in.
ihore   hue
west 60 chains, thenee nortli  106 chains, thence south  hotimlnry of Lease   33. thence   following
east 60 chains, thence south  lef. chains,  to point snid shore to point of commencement,
of commencement. Graham Island LumberCo.
Graham Islnnd Lumber Co. John Young. Agent.
John Young, Agent. Dnted Deerember 21. 1907.
Dated December*!. 1907. 175    Commeneingat a post planted on the touth-
154, Commencing II n |mst idauted on the esst corner of T. I..9404, I-in river. Masset Inlet,
northwest comer of T I, No. 7747. Mnsset Inlet, being the northeast corner, thence smith HOchiiins
Jiiskiitnlu Bny. being (he northeast corner, thence thence west 80 chnins. thence north 80 chain/
west 40 chnins. thence south 160 chains, thence thence east 80 chnins to point of comment- -mem
enst 40 chuins. thence north 160 cl nins to point of Grnhatn Island Lumber Co.
commencement. John Young, agent.
Grnhnm Island Lumber Co. Dated Deccmlicr 22. 1907.
naied December 20 1907 J°h" Youni1' A|reI,t' "«• Commencing nt n post pl.nte.l on the soulh-
Dnted December 20, 1907. rH„ cornrrof T  ,_ 94,,2  ,.in ,Bkf   Mnw,  ,Bfe,
155. Commencing at  u post   plnnted on the being the   southwest   corner.   Ihenee north  1<>0
South,   thence   10    chsini    Ent,   theuce    100
S.E..   mirked   '."•i'" North to shore line, thence ilong shore   south hOchnins. thence west 106chiiins topoint
commencement.
northwest cornel of T. L. No. 7748,   Mnsset Inlet.
Juskatala Bay. beingthe southwest corner, thence
rth 60 chuins,   thence enst 106 ehains. thence
lb
No.   IH
Grnhnm Island I.umlier Co.
John Youug. Agent.
Dnted Deccmlicr 20. 1907.
156.    Commencing at  u   posl   plnnted  on  the
northenst corner of T  I.. Ka 9538,   Mnsset   Inlet
Commencing St S poit planted on   chaim South, thence" 80 chime  Weit t., ihore   Jiiiikiitnhi Bay. lu-ing the southeast corner,Ilientc
Pt.W.  Cor.  ol Timber  License No.   II
NORTH SIDE FRANCOIS l.AKK.
District of Ominecu.
TAKK notice that the Atlas Realty Co.. of Vancouver, B. C, real estate unci timber brokers, intend to npply for a special timber license over the
following deacribed lands:
.Commencing at • post planted on the nortli
lake nbout   14   miles west of
milea west of whnt
thence north P0
) chains,  and  80
-ryul containing
s/wner.
mouth of Inkc
Il  known   al   Morlese
chains, eait so ehains.
chains weit following lake shore
<40 seres, more or leas.   Stake on S
The Alius Renlty
Per J. G. Hobbins. Agents^.
Slaked De*. II. 1907.  march 21 ~N\0.  21.—Commencing al  a port plant.
thedJSi15''. sll0.rc  of  Hawkesbury   Island
...95,
the ICist hink ol Deer Creek, in the
vicinity of Devaitation Channel, marked 1.
Mil... S.W. Cor. Poit, thenee 40 chaim North,
thence 40 chaim Em, thence 80 chaim North,
thence 40 chains Ka«t, Ihenee 120 chiim Soulh,
thence 80 chiim Writ to piece of commencement.
Dated December 2nd, 1907.
No. 19.—Commencing at ■ poit plmted on
the N.W. Cor. of Timber I.icenie No. 11295,
on the Hast bank of I leer Creek in thr vicinity of Dcvartsllon Channel, marked j. McL,
S.1C. Cor. Post, Ihenee 40 chains North;
thence 4(1 chains Ka.t, tlience 80 chains North,
thence 40 ehaim West, tlience 40 chalni
Soeiti:, tlience 40 chsins West, thence 80 chains
South, tbcr.ee 40 chains Eltt to place of coal-
meneement.
Dated  December 2nd, 1907.
No. 20.—Commencing it i post planted
about 2]', miles in a Northerly direction from
Devastation Channel on the West fide of
Deer Creek, and on t'eie Welt line of Timber
Lictnie No. 11.195, marked J. McL., N.E.
Cor. Port, thenc-.- -10 chiim Wert, thence l^O
chaim South, thence 80 cbniii? fiait, thence 40
chains North, thence 40 chains West, tuencc
ISO   chains   Noith   to   place   of   commencement.
Dated December 2nd, 1907.
the
to   pile
1907.
irncing  at   B P"it
of   Kiidala   Aim,   S It,   from
pl.-intrel  on
west lh6 -h iii:s. Ihenee ti'.rth eSu chains, thence
cast 11.6 ch eins. theuce Kiuih ,m chains lo point of
commencement
I'.rahniu Isl md I.umlier Co.
John Young. Agent.
Ii il il liecembei JO, 190/
157 Commencing ut . i »l plsnted on the
northeast corner oi T. 1. 7741, Masset Inlet, lie-
ink* the in i ihwcst corner, tlicttuc south BO chnlns,
thenee e.e-.t s'l chain... ilicn e north  B0  chnins   lei
point of ecomnn neement,
Graham l-i.incl i.unilierCo.
John Young. Agent,
iintc.l DecemberlO, 1907.
158. Commencing at n post plnnted on the
s, uthcnsl coiner of T 1.. s.u,. Missel Inlet. Denim llcy, being the south a. si ., .u-.i-, thrnee enst
so chains, tlience ni ill :■■' chains, thenee weal 8o
chains, Ihenee south BOtliaiits lo i'.iint of commencement;
Grnhnm Isinnd Lumber Co.
John Young. Agent.
Dated December 20, |90V.
159. Commencing at a post plnnted on the southeast corner of 1. :,. :;J4S. Mussel Inlet. Dcnnn
Bay, lv-ing ilic northenst corner, thence south 60
Skeena Lnnd district. District of Grnhnm Is- chains, thence west 106 chnins, thence north 60
land. Q. C. I. Take notice th it DonaUi Greenfield chaiIS, thence cast 1C6 chnins to point of com-
Mae.-Do.icll. of Vancouver.  U. C, occupation law-   meneement
line,   theuce  along
commencement.
ililed  December Jrd
No.   45.- Commeucin
the    East    ibore
CottS Iiland, marked J. Mcl.., N.W Cor.
Pet, thence 80 chain- Soulh, thence BO chains
Kast. theuce 80 chairs North more Ol le.s lo
Ihe ,!io,c line of 1'agle Hay, tlience slong
shoie line to place of commencement
Dated December Ji d. i";o7
No. 62 -—Commencing at a oost planted on
the North Ihore of Circlnen Canal. 1.'. miles
in a Weiterly direction from Crab River,
marked J. Mcl.., 8.E. Cor. Poit, thence 100
chains North, thence- B0 cl aim more or l"s
to the ihc.ee line if Devastation Channel,
liicim..- llong slhire line to place of commencement.
Dated  December 4th,  1107.
JAMES   McLENNAN.
LAND ACT!'.
chaina, thence eatt SO chnins, theuce south es*
chnins. more or less, to the shore, tlience following shore to point of commencement
Graham Island Lumlirr Co.
John Young. Agrnt
Dated December 22, 1907.
177. Commencing utupostplautcd on tliesouth-
west corner of T L. 'U97. I-in Inkc. Mnsset Inlet,
lo-ing the s.euthensi corner, thence north 160
chnins, tlience west 4.0 chains, thence seuth 16Q
chnins. thence eust 40 chains to point of commencement
GRAHAM ISLAND Ll'MBKR CO,
John Youug. Auent
Dnted December U, I9n7. febt
TIMBKIt  NOTICE.
SKKKNA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Griihum Islnnd ij C. I.
TAKK NtiTICK thai Frederick Benson Jones,
of Massett. II C. occupution farmer, inlendt la
apply for n special timlier lictnie over the follow
ing dcscrilied lands, situated on the north tide
„f Graham itlund-
Commeucing ut a post planted at the southeast
corner of the Indian reserve on the enst side of
Heilen river, thence south 80 chnins. thence wett
40 chains, thence south 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence nortli HO chnins. thence enst 40
chains, thenee north 40 chains, thence east 40
chains to point of com meneement. containing 640
acres, more or less,
Located Deccmlicr 14, 1907.
Jan 11 FRKDKRICK BENSON JONKS
cl  on
LAND  ACT.
gkeeana Land Diitrict. District of Coast. Take
nutie* that F. J. Colman and George Rude*.
of Port Simpson, occupations prospector and
marble cutter. Intend to apply for permission to
purchase th* following described lands:
Comment ing at a post plantod on th* west lid*
of Wale* Iiland. in a small bay, at th* mouth of
a creek, thence aouth 20 ehaina, thenc* west 20
chains, thenc* north 20 chains, thenee cast along
shore line to point of commencement, containing
40 ncres, more or l*u.
F. J. COLMAN.
GKORGE RIIDGK.
Jfctad February 17. 1S0S. march T
Cli.inneT; .2 miles V,'e«t of Devastation Sound,
and known ui, i- Met,., N.W. Ccr. Post, tuencc
Soulh 40 eha"Tf£T_!"™cc Kart 160 chains,
thence North 40 cKviTfc^cncc Wc;t following shore line to place ,TcniiJ*-,MLeement.
Dated  December  2rd,   1907. " -----_
No. 22.—Commencinfj at a post planter*, on
the South shore cf Little Bav on the South
side of Sue Channel, South Hawkesbury Island, marked J, Mcl,., N.W. Cor. Post, theme
60 chains Soulh, thence 80 chains East, thence
100 chains more or less North to thore
line, thence following shore line to place of
commencement.
Dated December 2nd,  1907.
No._2J.—Commencing_it a  poit planted on
Channel.     South
yer, Intends to apply for permission lo purchase
the following described Lands:
Commencing at n post planted at the northeast
corner of an Indian reserve nbout 70 tliaius west
of the entrance eef Hic-len river into Dixons Entrance, snid post bc::ii: the northwest corner of
lnnd npplicd for, thence south 80 chaina, thence
epst80chninfl or to si,ore line on west side of
Hi'-lcn river, thence northerly ;:lon;r shore line of
river to its entrance into Dixons Entrtmoe, tlience
viehsssm1;.- along shore line of Dixons Entrance to
point of coiiimcnutuient, containing 640 acres,
more or less,
DONAI.U Gis   BNFIELD MACDONELL.
Frederick. B. Jones, As'-nt.
Dated DcccmlH"  12,1907.     ' jan 11
thi    South    shore    of    Sue
Skeena 1,-ir.ci District, District of Graham Island. Q. C. I. Taker ice thnt William Ijillis, of
Vancouver, B. C, iutc is lo npply for permission
to purchase- the follow   .g described lnnds:
Commencing at a ptw planted on the east side
Grnhnm Island Lumber Co.
John Young. Agent.
Dated Deccmlicr 20. 1907.
160. Commeneingat a post planted on the northwest corner of T. I.. 8.<4S. Masset Inlet. Denan
Buy. being the northeast corner, thence west 40
chains, tlience south 160 chains, thence east 40
chnins, Ihc-itcc north loo chains to point of commencement.
Grnhnm Island Lumber Co.
John Young. A(.
Dated December 20, 1907.
161. Commencing at n p. si planted ontheseXlfn.
tast corner of T L-8347, Masset Inlet, beingthe
southwest corner, thence north '..Ochians, theuce
40 chnins, more or less, to west line of T. L. 9541,
thence following said line to shore, ihenee following shore to point of commencement.
Graham Islnnd Lumber Co.
John Young, Agent.
Dated December 20. 1917.
162. Commencing at a post planted on a small
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coast.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 daya from date
J. M. Colllson. engineer, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following desacrfbed
lands, situated in the vicinity of Virago Sound
Queen Charlotte islands:
19. Commencing at a post planted uebout 9 mileu
distant and In a southwesterly direction from Na-
den Harbor, Graham Island, marked J. M. C. S. E
corner, thence north 80 chains, thenee west SB
chalna. thence south 80 chalna, thenee east 80
ahains to point of commencement.
Dated December 16, 1907.
J. M. Colllson.
H. White, Agent.
20. Commencing at a port planted about 9 miles
in a southwesterly direction from Naden Harbor.
Graham Island, marked J. M. C. N. E. come*,
thence weat 80 chains, thence south 80 chaim,
thenc* sast 80 chains, thence north B0 ehaim t*
point of commencement.
D*t*d December IS, B07.
J. M. COLLISON.
J«n 2* H. White. Agent THE KOKTII COAST, SATURDAY, MARCH £8, 1S08.
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THE EDITORS LECTURE.
1908 SAILING   DATES
A popular editor tells the following, which he considers a
joke on his power of attraction
as a speaker. He was one of
several citizens who visited the
city jail in the town in which his
paper was published. Passing
along the corridor, he was halted
by a voice from one of the cells
exclaiming "Say, Cully, that was
a good article on lead which you
published in last week's issue—
I used to write as good as that
myself.'!
"Why," exclaimed the editor,
"were you ever an editor?"
"Well, I h.ad a good job once as rangement,
city editor on a daily paper till
booze got hold of me and I went
from bad to worse, when I land-
tied here."
Of the Steamers Ventura and Vadso,
Boscowiu S. S. Co.
Leave Victoria every Wednesday,
and Vancouver the following day:
Venture March 4th.
Vadso March Hth.
And so on every Wednesday of the year.
Ports of call:
Namu,' Bella Bella, Bella Coola,
China Hat, Swanson Bay, Kitamaat,
Hartley Bay, Lowe Inlet, and all the
Skeena River canneries. Port EsBing-
ton, Prince Rupert, Port Simpson, the
Naas and Goose Bay.
Notice—The steamer Venture will
call at all the ports named.
The steamer Vadso will not call at
Bella Coola, nor go further north than
Port Simpson, except under special ar-
Hotel Arrivals.
Arrivals the past week at the Hotel
Northern were:   E. H.King, .J.  Milli-
champ, Vancouver; F. Regan and wife,
After listening to the  Story Of Portland; N. Arnold, G.   Ripstine, J.
the man's downfall, the sympathetic editor drew closer to the
"bars across the door of the cell
nnd delivered a few words of
good advice, and with which the
cell inmate seemed to be greatly
impressed.   As he was about to
depart, the prisoner exclaimed:
"Don'tgo yet, pa.rd!   Just give
me a few more tips, will you?"
fitei* editor, pleased with the
eteception,.of  his little  lecture,
and with'the. thought that his ad-
ttce might be of some comfort
to an ex-brother editor, followed
It up with additional counsel. To
this the man with an intent expression on his  face,   pressed
against the bare and only a few
inchtje from that of the editor,
listened attentively.
\0^mMi% the tatter made another
movement as if to join his friends
Who were about to depart, the
prisoner, with tear-filled eyes,
begged him to stay a moment
J«Mrtr '.0oi give .at least a few
more words of good advice.
"I can only repeat what I have
gfl^dy said." .replied the editor,
jeply flattered and honestly
thanking tbftt Any words of his
might do soiTie tittle good.
""^e|.|i''|y(j^ again," exclaimed the j?rtw.iw, p^ Come
aearer tbat J may not miss a
After talking jtor a minute or
t*o lon^^rjhf noted that the man
g^e a sigh of apparent contentment and satisfaction.
A«a now," he continued,
'Tve got to go, but I'm awfully
glad that any words of mine
nave done you any good, my
friend, and—" "Twasn't your
words that did me good," inter-
the prisoner. "Twas
breath. I haven't had a
Since I was pinched two
1 ago.
A Wrong Statement.
The Empire of the 21st Inst, makes
the flowing statement:
"jTwooJ hi* majasty's J( P,'s sat at
Port'f^npson one day last week and
heard a oast* of supplying liquor to Indiana nM. another caso of drinking liquor
by fiwdfians. Thq man who supplied the
liquor, said to ba an old offender, was
flndd |8. The two" Indians who drank
tha liquor and got drunk were fined $30.
Wallace and wife, A. Mc Laugh ton, Vancouver; W. H. Moult, Prince Rupert;
H. Twomey, G. Pratt, Vancouver, H.
Berryman, M. M. English, E. Rosseau,
J. L. McBain, W. A. Wadnams, Port
Essington; K. Masuda, J. Melville,
Vancouver; C. L. Upton, Billings,
Mont.; J. E. Bateman, L. Michand,
Prince Rupert; A. E. Smith, Port Essington, G. L. Peck, Vancouver; G.
Michell Victoria; J. P. Lal lis, Ladner,
J. McDonald, J. Bell, Vancouver; J.
Wallace, Naas.
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SAILINGS,
.  ■   "CAMOSUJT
• Leaves every Thursday at
9. p. m. for
Alert Bay,
Bella Bella,, Swanson bay,
Hartley Bay, Kitamaat,  Port
Hardy Bay, Naimu,
iella, Swanson Bay
Essington, Prince Rupert
and  Port  Simpson,   connecting   with   the   steamers
"CAHtANO" ft
"COQUITLAM."
Every Sunday at Prince
Rupert for
ry 1
al.
and Portland Canal
"CAMOSUN"
South bound, leaves Port
Simpson every Sunday.
Calling at Prince Rupert, Clax-
ton, Hartley Bay, Swanson Bay
Namu, Hardy Bay, Alert Bay,
arriving Vancouver on Tuesday
night.
Steamers "COQUITLAM"
or "CAPH.AH0"
Leave Vancouver every Tuesday night for
Campbell
Menzies
ay, Elk Bay,
Malcolm   Island,
Van Anda, Lund,
River, Quathiaska,
Bay, Deepwater Bay
Alert Bay, Malcoli
Hardy Bay, Shusharti Bay!
Hickey's, Rivers Inlet, and, if
necessary, Namu, Bella Bella,
Bella Coola, Lowe Inlet. Kitamaat, Skeena, Prince Rupert,
Metlakatla, Port Simpson,
Naas, Maple Point and Portland Canal.
LAND' ACT.
SITUATIONS WANT.ED.
deacrlbed    lands,   situate
on  Graham    Ialand.
LAND ACT.
Skeena Land District. District of Coaat. Take
notice that Thomas. Budge, of Nanaimo, Ii.'(',..
occupation miner. Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following descilbed lands:
Commencing at a post planteBd about 9 nitres
northerly from gkidegate, on the eaat coast of
Graham Ialand, and on s small creek about one-
half mile from the shore, commencing at the N.E.
corner, thence weat 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chainB, thence eaat 80 chains, thence north HO
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or leas. THOMAS BUDGE.
Datod December 19, 1907. jan 18
LAND ACT.
SkeenaLand District. District of Coaat.-/Take
notice that Edward Ernest Potts, of Vancouver,
B. C.e occupation clerk, Intends to apply fpr, permission to purchase the following described lands:
' COmmendng ot a post planted at,the southeast
corner on a omall creek on the east' coast pi Graham Island, about 2 mllet north of I,awi| rlfll on
the shore near the trail, thence north so chains.
thence west 80 chalna, thonce south 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 kerf's, more or leu.
Located February 20. 1908. .  .     --    -
EDWARD ERNEST POTTS. • .
•' JOHN F. BRAY. AMfrt.
Dated February 20. 1908.  ' march 21
- ' *' •f.,"i''■"   .   '. '•'    P.   '.:■■ '.•|.'i.,;4. S'T-T
,,.".    ■,,.,,;■     LAN» ACT.    '■   ".;: - '•"£]:,
Bltecnk Lahd Dlsiltct.'DMrltit .of Coe^t, Take
niitii ce that William' Oliver, of Skidegate, B. ft,
pccttpiition master mariner, intenda to apply,- for
penr.i.'sion to purchase,'the following describeed
Inndi:,*'.. '       ,',■•■ aui    -.'•"•    ,'
Commencing at a post'plnnted at the northwest
ceerj-er cif Le'et 1, Queen Charlotte lAlnhda,' tlience
east .','1 chains, tlience north 40 chains, thence west
20 chains, more or lees, to shore, thence south
along shore to point of commencement.
Dated December
■•■■ .-;•  WILLIAMOUVfiR.
ll\   LAND NOTICE..    ;:-,•,"' •-.<,; ,"
■Skeenn LAudT'DUtrict. Dislfict'Of Qiiceii.ghnr-
lottc Grhup'. Tnke notice thnt John C. Calhoun,
of Victoria; 11. C, occupation farmer, intends to
upply for permission to purchase the following
described hinds: , ,
Comittciictng lit n poat planted one mite distant
and lit mi easterly direction from Ktiilinlgslough.
about 2% miles south'of the north end of Ktiui-
iib, Islund. nnd running one mile eust, tlience one
mile north, thence one mile west, thence one mile
■outh to post.
JOHN C. CALHOUN.
Dated November 21, 1907. Jan 4
Typist, stenographer (young lady),
railway or pther office. Good spelling
and composition. Fluent French, etc.
.Mention salary. Address "A," The
North Coast, Port bimpson, B. C.
Cook—Survey party or camp preferred. Thorough training. Better
than Asiatics. Travel any where. Kindiy
state highest pay. Address "B," The
North Coast, rort Simpson, B. C.
LAXD ACT.
Skeena I.and Diitrict. District of Coast. Notice
is hereby given that John Stmistir. of Skidegate,
Q. C. 1., B. ft, occupation pioapefctor,  intends to
apply for ptTmiasim to purchase the following
>t«d
Q. C. I.:
Commencing at a poet planted at the aouthraat
eornir of Section 22, Township 4. thenee 80 chains
north, thence 80 chains east, thence so chalna
ooutji to ahore line, thence following shore line to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less. JOHN SJMISTER.
Dattxl February 1. 1908. march 7,
LAND ACT.
Skeenn I,nnd District. Dlatrict of Connt. Take
notice that Arthur Charles Le Plnstrirr Ray, of
Vancouver, occupation real estate ngcitt. intends
to apply for permission to purchuse the following
described lands:
Commencing at n jiost plnnted nbout 9 miles
northerly from Skidegate. on the enst const of
Graham Island.:on n small creek, and nbout oue-
hnlf mile from the shore, commencing at the S.K.
corner, thence north TO chains, thenee west SO
chains, thence soutli 80 chains, thence east K0
chnins to point of-commencement, containing
640 ncres, more or less.-
ARTHUR CHARI.KS IX PI.ASTRIER RAY,
Dated December 19. 1907. -Jan 11
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LAND ACT.
Skeena Land District, District of Coaut. Take
notice that we, S. A. Morley and W. J. O'Neill, of
Port Ksalnirton, B. C, occupation banker and
operator, intend to apply for permission to lease
the following described land:
Commencing: at a post planted on the aouth bank
of the Skeena river about live milea above Port
Esstmxton, thence south 16 chains, thence weat to
the bank of the Skeena river, thence following
shore lino to point of commencement, containing
Ave acres, more or leas,
SIMON ALEXANDER MORLEY.
WILLIAM JOHN O'NEILL.
Dated February 24, 1908. feb 29
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notice, that I, J. H,  Rodircra, ngent for M. K."
Such is blind but even-handed justice aa ^(t*r«. of Seattle. Washington, occtiMiion
i ii *- 13 ??■£> U ",*u.l*'"™ r", rolncr, Intend to apply for periirliwloii to purchase
is di»p«rt»ed at Port Simpson, tha an- the following described lundm
nlimle Me>e>   .> u„i.n-i.   tj_„   n«>.„.»,„    - Commencing nt a poBt planted nt 8, W,- corner
went isat oj Hudson ■ Bay Company of Lot 47y. cansiar district, ooo«e nay, thence 20
traders " Chains to the N. W. corner-bf Lot 479, thence west
40 chalna, thence aouth 20 chains to 'shore of
Goose Bay, theuce along the shore of Goose Bay
In an disk-fly direction to point of commencement. MYRON KNOX ltuDGKKS.
Per J. K. RODGKRS.
Dated Maroh 6.1906.    . V-' march 28
The Empire Is wrong in this statement, The facts are as follows: Three
Indlani were fined respectively.$7,.'. $10
and $29, and the man who supplied the
liquor wus fined $53, "v"
The following classified advertisement
recently appeared in the Vancouver
Province:1 "Any person having any information concerning Angus McKinnon,
who disappeared from Port Essington
liANO ACf.
Commcncliight-'B post plnnted nt-the N. K. eor
irof Lot 479, Cnssiur Vis   '
lMtXtetoJgr, please, jjommwtici^ with: «l^*"jgggf"
A. D.  McKinnon,
Vaapouvdr, B. C.
v 60i!hrdm, noi'i;
_ . i %»     ■ ' *h«in« iofitS, .,
Commercial   Hotel,' commencement.
Skeenn Land Diitrict, District of Const.. Tnke
notice that I, J. H. Rodgcra, of Port Simpson,
Urltlsli Columbia, occupation miner, Intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lnnd*:
Commencing'!).,
ner of Lot 479, Cnssiur District, Goose Bay, thence
ice WrtmiUfwest; ihenee 60
ence 60 chnins enst to poliit of
LAND ACT,
Skeena Land District, District of Coast. Take
notice that David Russell Bell, of Jed way. B. C.
occupation logger, Intends to apply for permission
to*purchase the following described landm
Commencing at a post planted on the shore line
of Moresoy Island at the northeast end of MrCoy
Cove.  Cumshewa  Inlet,   thence east 80 chains,
thence south TO chains, or to nhor» line of Cumshewa Inlet, thence westerly end northerly along
shore line uf Cumshewa Inlet to place of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or less
DAVID RUSSELL BELL,
FREDERICK BENSON JONES, Agent.
• Dated February 6. 1908. feb 29
LAND ACT.
Skeena Land District, District of Q«tn
Charlotte Islands. Take notice that David
Mcintosh of Victoria, occupation rancher, intends • to apply (or permission to purchase
the following described lands, about j miles up
Mossett Inlet from Indian Village and about
2 miles, back from the sliere'i
Commencing nt a post planted at the
northwest corner,'tlience iatV SO chains, thence
fouth SO ■chninv thence west 80 chain's, ilience
north 80 chnins to point of commencement,
and contaiiiing:.640 acres more or Ic-ii,.
-    J      . DAVID  McINTQSH.
Dated November 22, 1907.    ,
Skeena Land Diitrict, Diitrict pf Quten
Charlotte Island. Take notice that Percy
Neville Smith of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intends'to apply for per'ntisiion to purchase the- followihlf described-'land, about 5
miles, up M,«S!te.tt Inlet from-Indian 'Village
and abui)t 2 Hifles bijefc froth Ihe shore.
CoiflBi»encing at a post planted at themouth-
west cacntr,- thente' east 80- chain's, "thenee
north 80 chains, thence w-esl 80 chsini, thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement,
nnd containing1-6*0'acres more ot less.
PERCY NEVILLE SMITH.
;D4Ui«l, Ndvehther 22, WW."   "  "•'•  -
to. apply lor permission to purchase the following described land, about 200 yards west
from   1'owc Hill, Utaliam Island.
Commencing at a post planted at the northeast   corner,   thence   sopth   80   chains,   thence
weat 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thenca
aloiig the shore 80 chains to point of ccni-
tuenccincut and containing 640 acres more.or
less.
-     ADAM1NA   CHRISTIB,
Dated  November 21,   1907.
Skeena Land District, District of Queen
Oiarloitc Irlunds. Tnke notice that John
ll.ckli- ol Laily.jiiitli, occupation merchant, in-
tcndii leeiipfily for permission to purchase the
following dckCiiLed land, about 2 miles up
Massett Inlet shove Lot No. 8, the same be-
in,T the noitliwcit corner:
Commrncitig at a post planted at said' nortli-
weit coiner, thence cast 20 chains, couth SO
cluins, wesi 20 chains, along the beach 80
chains to poiut ol commencement, 160 acres
more  or  less.  ,
JOHN BICKLE.
Dated November 22, 1907.
tends to apply for permission lo purchase the
following described land, half a mile south-
eait of Woden River and about half a mile
in from the heath:
■'Commencing at a post planted at the south-
east   corner;   Ihenee   west   80   chains:   thence
north SO chains; thence east 80 chains; thence j
>outh   eSO   chains   to   point   of   commencement,
ami containing 640 acres more'or less.
AI.FRKD JOHNSTON.
Dated November 23, 1907. "■?'
10'
Skeena'Land District, District of Queen
Charlotte Islands. Take, notice that Jese
I'iuiicle-r of Vancouver, occupation salesman,
intends lo apply, lor permission to piit'Chase
the following descrihed land, at about 5 miles;
up Massett Inlet'from Indian Village and,
about  J wiles east  lromH,lhe shore..
Commencing at a post iilaivU'l M W1 WUth-
west corner beside W.S. s northwest corner
post, thence east 80 chaius, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south SO
chains lo point of commencement, coniimmg
640 acres  more or less.
JESS FIANDKR.
Dated November 22,  1907.
Skeena Land District, District of Queen
Charlotte Islands. Take notice that Margaret
Thickc of Ladysmith, married woman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the foi-
lowing lands, about 2 miles above Lot No. 8,
(ill   Massett   Inlet:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-
west.- corner, thence, east ■ 20 chain?,' thenee;
nortli 80 chains, theuce west 20 chains, thence
.'cttth 80 chains to point of commencement,
160 acres more or less." '      . '
MARGARET THICKE.
Dated November 22, 1907.
~eii aoout
Skeena Land District, District of Q,ui'In
Charlotte Islands. Take notice thatv£ob(.rt
Mnitlanel  of  Agassii,  occupation.."Snclier, in-
I ■ ■ 1 1 e I ^     t r\    armltr    ft*,*'    narmittini,   _ioe** 1 . a
Skeena Land District, - District of Quets.
Charlotte Islands. Take notice that-Andrew
Sellar Christie of Vancouver, otcupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission
purchase the following described I
5 miles up Massett Inlet (jamf*-^ .."VIHaV»'
and about 3 miles WSts*"^''ifciraHJi.**'*!*
Commencing atj^1'^ M «^*>*at
east,- corner
post, thet}S»rn0I.th go chains, thrjwar.west em
h lljprthenco south 80 chains, tUe»ea *»tt SO
3^os to point of commencenkmt;'.and eo»-
aining 640 acres more or lossu '
ANDREW SF.I.LAft CHaU&TIR.
Dated November 22, 190jf.'. '
tends to apply for permissjojj^>g puriihMe" the
following desciibed Wi, hal, „ mi,e tomh.
east ol VVoden RiverThid about one mile and
a half, m -frcm the beach : . '   '
. Commcncing.at a, post planted at the south-
westveorner; thence east 80 chsins; thence
north SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less.
.   ._,,     ,     ROBERT MAITLAND.
Dated November 23, 1907.
JOHRPH HKNRY RODGKRS.
Dated March 5,1907.
Sltceiis   Land   District,   District   of   Queen
Charlotte Islands,    Take notice that Adamina
march 28   Christie of I,adysmith, married woman, intends
Skeena Land District, District of Queen
Charlotte Islands. Take notice that Alfred
Johnston of Vancouver, occupation rancher, ix>>
Skeena Land District, District at. Queen
Charlotte Islands. Take notice tnat James
Allison of Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
intends to apply. for permission to purchase*
the following: described.{and, near the .Indian .
Village of Massett, Graham 1 gland :., .7        -  ... \ *,.-.
Commenting at a'post planted at the south-
weit corner and being near the southeast earlier of Lot ,11., thenee ejist.'eSO chains,'the'Ace'
north 80 chains,, .tlience west SO chains, thence
south 80 chains to poinf of .commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.,
JAMES AtLISON.
Dated Massett, Net ember 22, 1907.
eat tt, 1M
JP
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