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 Vol. I.
HAZELTON, B. C, SATUI DAY, MARCH 13, 1909.
No. 86.
News by Tdegrapfi.
Brinkley, Ark., March 11���A tornado
followed by fire this morning destroyed
the town, six houses only remaining
standing. Thirty-five people were killed and over 200 injured. The town had
a population of about 5,000 and nearly
all are homeless.
Atlanta, Ga., March 11���As a result
Of tornado yesterday in Alabama and
Georgia, ten people were killed and
many injured. At Cuthbert the damage
amounted to over a half million dollars.
Half of the business section was ruined.
Victoria, March 11���A new evening
paper, to be Conservative in politics
and controlled by Colonist management,
is to commence publication next month.
Ottawa, March 12���W. T. R. Preston
has been appointed trade commissioner
to Holland.
Victoria, March 12���A definite announcement as to the timber policy of
the government was made in the legislature today by Premier McBride. He
stated that the administration will
make the leases perpetual next session,
pending the report of the forestry commission.
The elections bill was passed over on
its order of appearance amid derisive
applause from the opposition. Prorogation is expected today.
London, March 10���It is asserted the
War Office will shorty make an Offer to
purchase one of the Wilbur Wright
aeroplanes.
Ottawa, March 11���Lewie' gives notice of a bill entitled Daylight Savings
Bill, on the same general lines as the
measure now before the Imperial Parliament.
London, March 12���There is no truth
in published reports of King L'dward's
death at Biarritz. He was in good
health yesterday and visited the golf
links. The King suffers from an aiTec-
tion of the throat, and although he has
aged very much and become quite feeble in the last year no uneasiness is
felt.
Victoria, March 13- -Considerable excitement in political circles has been
caused by a rumored split in the cabinet.' As a result it is probable that
Bowser, attorney general will resign.
His dictatorial attitude on the Act to
Amend the Provincial Actions Act is
given as the reason. It is understood
that high words pa-sse-l b4twe��n Bowser
and the Premier at a caucus of the Con
servative members. As a result of this
split it is believed a compromise will
be reached on the Election Act.
The house prorogued last night.
Information that comes from Grand
Trunk Pacific sources is that lots in
Prince Rupert will be sold the third
week in May, and that not more than
one-third of these lots in the townsite
will be offered at the first sale. No information is obtainable as to the prices
the lots will be offered at, the terms of
purchase, where the lots will be sold, or
whether at auction or at private sale.
For a townsite that has been talked
about and advertised for over two years
mighty little known as to how it is to
be sold.���Empire.
M. Tuohy, H. E. Bodine, and
R. W. Thompson were arrivals in
Hazelton this week, coming from
Vancouver via the Kitimat and
Skeena river toboggan route.
While in Victoria E. c Stephenson was informed by Cap. Bonser
that a steamer is to be put on
the upper Fraser the coming summer, operating from Soda creek
north as far as the head of Tacla
lake.
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.
E. C. Stephenson returned from
the coast Tuesday.
The next outgoing mail will
leave Saturday, March 20.
Mrs. Sealy and "Miss Morison
returned from Kitwangar Wednesday.
Hart Cullen arrived in town today after spending the winter in
the Bulkey.
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton of Pleasant Valley paid a visit to Hazelton this week.
C. D. McKay and Bert Heal of
Bulkley Valley were in town
early in the week.
Hugh Taylor drove down from
the Kispiox Valley Saturday last,
returning Monday.
Messrs. Wm. carr, R. O. Jennings and A. Johnson left for the
coast Tuesday last.
M. La Croix of Babine is in
Hazelton and will visit his brother, Gabe Lacroix. in the Bulkley
Valley.
The Glen Vowei saw mill has
been moved to its new location
across the Skeena and is cutting
lumber at the new site.
Provincial constable Deane is
on a trip to the Bulkley Valley.
Sperry cline is officiating as constable at Hazelton during his absence.
A party of about thirty men
are reported to have left Vancouver for Hazelton and points
farther inland. Among them are
F. L. charleson and H. M. Beach.
A nice line of Ribbons and
Artificial Flowers; also Ladies'
and Children's Vests, Hose, Night
Gowns and Waists, Dress Goods,
Lawn, Chambray, Print, Tape,
Etc., at C. V Smith's.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. McMillan,
Miss McMillan and Master Stanley McMillan were visiting in
Hazelton. for several days this
week, returning to their home in
Bulkley Valley on Thursday.
Gus Rosenthal, Hugh Harris
and a party of three others, left
this morning for Kuldo on the
Dominion telegraph line, where
some bridges are to be put in.
The trip will occupy nearly a
month.
J. c. K. Sealy has purcnased
the old building of the Glen Vowel
sawmill and is having it torn
down and the timbers hauled to
town, where the material will be
used in the construction of new
stables, making room for about
twenty hoises.
F. T. child, who spent the
summer of 1908 in the Omineca
country prospecting for placer
ground, has returned to Hazelton
on his way to the same district
for another summer's work, capital has been interested and more
ground will be taken up if the
showings warrant.
An Edmonton dispatch says
that Fred Robart, who came to
that city with the Norris and
Rowe circus, committed suicide
by taking strychinine when the
mounted police were on the point
of arresting him for a series of
crimes, ranging from petty thefts
to attempted murder. It is said
his home is in Indiana.
The Daylight Bill.
The dispatch concerning the introduction in the House at Ottawa
of a "Daylight Savings Bill,"
brings to Canada a question that
is creating quite a stir in the old
country. The advocates of the
measure claim that its adoption
would save a matter of several
million dollars each year to the
working population of England
in the matter of lighting their
homes. The idc of the measure
is to simply set all clocks ahead
for one hour and thus obtain the
benefit of that much more daylight at the close of the day. It
is a practice in common use in
the mining districts of British
Columbia durin*; the months
when the days are at the shortest. For all practical purposes
we have in tbis locality the benefit derived from that idea.
In 1883, the railroads, for their
own convenience, established
time
States and Cantftia, four in number, and know ! as the Eastern,
Central, Mountain and Pacific
time. The dividing line between
Mountain and Pacific time is about
the 117th meridian west longitude. The standard or railroad
time of the Facile district is only
exact with solar time at the 120th
meridian. Haseltoh, being in
longitude 127.4(i west, is thus
nearly eight decrees west of the
point where our clocks would be
correct. At four minutes to the
degree we are just a snade over a
half hour fastd: in time than we
should be to be correct with the
sun.
IRLY BAYS IH
BRITISH COLUMBIA
By C. F. Morison.
It was in the year 1865, I believe, the Chilacoten massacre
took place, I remember well the
great excitement caused by the
reception of the news. It was
brought down the coast by a
canoe from Bella Coola, the pres-
sent Scandinavian settlement. I
do not think the causes which led
to that terrible event are very
well understood by the resider.tr,
of British Columbia. The idea
had been conceived by the Government of getting a new road
from the coast into Cariboo. The
notion was to build a wagon road
from Bella Coola through the
Chilcotin Valley into the interior,
divisions   in   the   United c?mi5 ?ut ,heai the site Bof Jhe
Railway Construction.
old Hudson's Bay post of Fort
Alexander. A Mr. Waddington,
brother of a former French embassador to England, got the
contract, or rather charter, and
sent a party up to commence the
work; but he was not careful in
picking his men, as was most
necessary in those days when a
party had to work amongst almost wild Indians. Lieut. Palmer, R.E., now Major General
Palmer, went as usual on his annual summer exploring expedition, together with his soldi er
servant, Edwards. Lieut. Pal**.iei
was a vei*y clever man, and a.
excellent explorer, and, with Edwards, had been nearly all over
British Columbia. These two
would go together into the interior amongst the wildest natives
and never had any serious
trouble ; they knew how to handle
aimer wenl
The    Toronto    Globe    says:
"Every farm must be brought
within easy reach of railway ac- '{^a& we]]     ,,,.
commodation, for a long haul by via Belia Coola and tho Chilcoi
wagon or sleigh makes farming; Valley to the interior to inspec
operations    unprofitable.      The j the route of the proposed wagon
need of additional   lines   being road.   In   passing through   the
recognized   by  both   promoters road camp he noticed that the
and investors, the 'Globe thinks , eondu
reached Westminster that the
whole party, with the exception
of one badly wounded man, had
been murdered bv the Indians,
who came on them just at��day-
light-, cutting the tent ropes and
stabbing and shooting the men
through the canvas. Chief Anaheim killed his own daughter for
trying to warn the whites of their
danger. The Governor, Mr. Seymour, took prompt measures, going to the scene himself. A number of volunteers were enrolled
in New Westminster and went up
to Bella Coola on a scow under
Mr. Chartres Brew, S.M.; a sec-*
ond party under Gold Commissioner Cox came from Cariboo to
the upper end of the Valley, thus1
completely blocking the Indians
in. Mr. Seymour went right
through with Mr. Morris Moss,
government agent on the coast,
���Captain Stewart arid a few mariners. I should mention that Admiral Kingcome, in command at
Esquimau:, went to Bella Coola
with his flagship, having previously furnished a transport td
cake the volunteers, a very mixed crowd, up the coast. On their
arrival at Bella Coola the Admiral
���rdered them di on beard the
flagship for medical inspection,,
and, to their utter disgust- half
the number' were sent ba6k unfit
fcr duty in war, to resume their
luti ���?, around the bai  ro< ms of
I :���: W  si . : iSt   '..
THe/e was n nUi h $ in this
'-!*.   One man of thi   ��� ��� \\ party
sh A himself thro igh Lhigh,
id ill,- c I bral  ,i
terror of tlr. India;
by a young bay t.hr,   ;.,.
���
the men was Such a:*.
that 1909 will be a year of exceptional railway development.   The
following  interesting facts are
taken from tho article :
Miles of railway in Canada
in 1907 22,452
ikely to cause serious trouble
with the Indians. He cautioned
the foreman, but as is usual in
such c'ases his words were unheeded. He passed on, finished
his exploration  and  returned tt
Miles built in 1908    1,243 New Westminster, reporting as
Miles now under construe- j usual to his commanding officer,
tion      4,327 i telling him there was sure to bt
Probable expenditure during 1909 $90,OCO,000
G.T.P. grading pushed to 150
miles west of Edmonton.
G.T.P. trains will be running
from Port Arthur to Edmonton
by the middle of the summer.
Miles of rail*, laid on the Government section of National
Transcontinental Railway, 210.
Government expenditure on
same to date, $47,000,000.
Canadian Pacific will build
more than 500 miles in the west
during the year.
Canadian Pacific built in Ontario above 250 miles last year.
Canadian Northern construction during 1908, 513 miles in
Manitoba and Saskatchewan and
347 miles in the eastern provinces
trouble on the wajron road if
things were not looked into; he
then went to Victoria and urged
on Mr. Waddington the necessity
of his paying a personal visit to
the camp, and that if he could
not go requesting him to recall
his party. Waddington turned a
deaf ear to all these proposals.
The men on the road had given a
number of bogus orders to tne
Indians and had also molested
the natives in various ways.
Some of the Indians came to Victoria by canoe and presented
these papers to Waddington, the
Indians esteeming a white man's
paper as good as gold. Mr. Waddington would, of course, not pay
them. The Indians insisted and
Mr. Waddington lost his temper,
l '8
into the brush contra *y to ��� rdera,
The Indian   ringleaders were;
arrested, with the exception -ei'
the Chief, Anaheim, who di cl in
Chilcotin a short time ftgo,    Of
h    ith r-r, (iv*: ir i tn sbor t'lireg
i re;:i d   .I   Qn si   1      i 1
wo at New Westi rinst r.
iffalr cost the unforttmal .* c ! nj
$30,000.   So ended this miserable
affair.
While the Indians can in no
way be excused for what they
did and met their j'u-st deserts
Still, better management and
treatment of them on the part of
the whites would have prevented
all bloodshed and hanging.
Mr. Seymour took a most active pari in tne expedition, as he
always did in everything concerning the interests of British Columbia.
Do Some Boosting.
Do not be a knocker
As through life you pass ;
If you're looking out for faults,
Get a looking-glass.
Throw away your hammer,
and your friends surprise ;
Do a little boosting if you're
Needing exercise.
���Nashville American.
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As money increases the love of
it increases. ���German Proverb.
This is a remarkable showing'tore up the orders and threw the
and, in view of the pronounced ! pieces in the faces of the Indians
revival of business, is full of and drove them out of his office,
great promise for   the   current: The Indians went away vowing
year.
All   kinds of printing done at  The
Herald office, Hazelton.
vengeance. A short time elapsed;
then like a thunderclap the news
Herald Job Printing is the best.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Rev. J. Field..
Sunday services���Morning ser-.
vice 11 a.m. Sunday School 2-15
p.m. Native Service 3-30 p.m.
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at this office. THE OMINECA HERALD. S-lltlEPAY. MARCH 13, 1909.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 13. 1909.
perfectly appalling what a tremendous
amount of hysterical sentiment and
sympathy is wasted in New Yo k every
day. Upon certain occasions the Hood
of sentiment rises so high and the people become so hysterical in the manifestation of their feelings, joyful or otherwise, that the city, to an outsider, occasionally visiting New York, makes
ihe impression of a big lunatic asylum.
Mr. Bourassa's Views.
Victoria Colonist.
Mr. Henri Bourassa addressed the
Women's Canadian Club, at the Royal
Victoria College, Montreal, a few days
ago, and his subject was "Creation of
a National Spirit." As Mr. Bourassa
has been looked upon in some quarters
as an enemy to everything British, the
views to which he gave expression are
of interest, especially as they are shared
py very'many of the people of Quebec.
He pleaded for the development of a
national spirit on lines sufficiently broad
to take in both races. The French and
the English both came here "in the full
development of their civilization," and
hence he argues that it would be unreasonable for one to surrender its social
institutions, religion and system of education to the other. He thinks we
should assume the full stature of nationhood, and that the division of the
Dominion into provinces is an obstacle
to the development of Canadian sentiment. Nevertheless, Mr. Bourassa has
no desire to see Canada cut loose from
the Empire, and what he says upon this
point is so interesting and so well said
that we quote it verbatum:
With regard to the Imperial problem,
this is perhaps the point upon which the
Nationalist group has been subject to
the most criticism, and upon which I
may say it has been attacked most unfairly It is a problem which has been
the most misunderstood. It has been
claimed that we want to develop
amongst the French-Canadians a spirit
of antagonism to everything Imperial,
even to everything which is British.
That we are an obstacle in the way of
the new aspirations of the Anglo-Canadian towards closer relationship with
Great Britain and the other sister colonies is a point upon which I wish to
make my attitude clear. We believe
that it is a false notion to develop
among the inhabitants of the British
Empire, whether they are of British
(Stock or other stock the idea that they
should copy the American or the German of today. Let us give the British
Empire that unity of mind and of organization which is peculiarly its own in
ideal. We claim that the British Empire is an organization unique in itself,
and that it has no part either in the
past or the present. We claim that its
very aims and ideals of today were developed by the British people over a
century ago, and that th,eir repression
proved responsible for a strong reaction
which resulted in the secession from the
British Empire of one of its most glorious parts. Of all the groups that formed
part of the British Empire, we are perhaps the next which io moat interested
in remaining attached to the British
Empire, because we have made British
institutions as they stand today in Canada our own, We accept the consequences of the conquest. We have
proved in the past that we couid accept
them loyally and without misunderstanding, ahd that we are prepared to
do our duty towards accomplishing a
compact nation. The only compensation we ask is that we will not be deprived of our traditions or our language.
We say that if you want to get unity in
this country, it is absolutely hecessary
that we should understand and respect
each other.
After a visitor has.seen and heard the
crowds on Herald Square, around old
Trinity church and all along Broadway
on New Year's eve, it will be difficult
to convince him of the sanity of the
people. It must appear to them like
Bedlam turned loose. It is, indeed, almost incomprehensible to the average
mind that men, serious-minded business
men, who do not crack a smile during
864 days of the year, dignified professional men, whose sen3e of humor has
become atrophied by constant contact
with the miserable side of life, should
act like a lot of silly and boisterous
kids, and make such consummate fools
of themselves on the 305th day of the
year.
This hysterical tendency of the New
Yorkers forms a valuable asset in the
business of theatrical managers, professional humorists, professional beggars and crooks and also of ministers
who are more interested in a fat bank
account than in the spiritual welfare of
their flocks. New York is a better field
for sensational plays and sensational
sermons than any other city in the
world and offers greater opportunities
to the professional beggar than even
tourist-ridden Italy. As to professional
humorists, Mark Twain might tell, if he
chose, how much New York has contributed to his comfortable balance on
the right side of his bank account.
papers, when they -A-e sober, but become excruciatingly funny after they
have become sufficiently tanked up. To
the latter cla3S belongs a man from
some sandpile village of Long Island,
who recently set a whole earful of
Brooklynites on their way to Mahattan
into hysterics and J&opious manifestations of sympathy by telling them, between heart-breaking sobs, the. most
pitiful hard-luck story. He admitted
tearfully, that he was drunk, but explained, to justify his condition, that
his wife and his six children, whose
names he gave, had died during the
night from typhoid pneumonia. The
whole car shed tears and, so deeply
aroused were the sympathies of some
of the passengers, that they ordered
flowers sent to the alleged address of
the "bereaved husband and father"
and mailed checks for the funeral ex
j penses to him, before they ascertained
j from the authorities of tho place men-
! tioned by the victim of fate, that the
whole story was merely the emanation
of a wonderful imagination, usually latent, but developed to prodigal fertility
under the stimulus of alcoholic fumes.
A big gray eagle was added to the
Bronx Zoo the other day and thereby
hangs a tale with a moral. During the
night the eagle swooped down into the
courtyard of a Harlem tenement house
Probably not moro than one in hundred of the professional beggars "who
obtrude themselves to view in the most
crowded thoroughfares, is really what
he pretends to be. The number of fake
cripples and men with bogus hard-luck
stories is legion and it would be a great
surprise and an unpleasant revelation to
many of the hysterically charitable
New Yorkers to learn lhat many of the
crippled men and rag-clad and filthy
old women, from whom they buy superfluous pencils or newspapers or to
whom they drop occasional dimes or
nickles, are in reality well-to-do and
own houses and bonds and have more
money in banks or in their stockings
than ninety-nine out of a hundred of
their dupes.
in search of fcfbd; He',dict"n6t fincl'the
chicken he expected to find, but his
huhger was appeased. A foolish alley-
cat tackled the eagle but came off second best. When a boy who lives with
his parents in the tenement came in
the yard in the morning, the eagle was
still there, so full of cat that he could
not tiy and was easily caught in a bag.
And the moral ? If the cat had not
been a fool and the eagle a hog���the
rest is easy.
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It was to be expected that the recent
brilliant achievements of the Western
members of the Ananias club would
stir the eastern members to unprecedented activity and the fruits of their
efforts is beginning already to show.
The Worcester correspondent of a New
York newspaper, which "prints all the
news that is fit to print," a few days
ago sprang a yarn upon 1 he unsuspecting
readers of that paper, which reminds
one of the palmy days of yore, when
even a more staid contemporary New-
York newspaper published a marvelous
series of correspondences about chickens that laid eggs with handles to them
and others that produced eggs with
fried-ham flavor.
Nojw is the time to place orders for
m
Transportation will only allow small stock to be
kept on hand, so anyone requiring any special make
of article will do well to place their orders with me
now, which will have special attention and preference
in shipping from Essington.
NOTICE! "*
Notice is hereby given that all pac��
train rigging, riding saddles, etc.,
branded with the Circle C is the propr
erty of C. Barrett & Co., and anyone
having same in his possession or offer*
ing it for sale will be prosecuted.
C. BARRETT & CO.
1 Hazelton, B.C.
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sues tickets for any period from one
month upward at $1 per month in advance, This rate includes office consultations and medicines, as well as all
costs while in the hospital. Tickets ob-1
taitiable in Hazelton from E. C. Stephenson and E. H. Hicks Beach; in Aider-
mere, from Rev. F. L. Stephenson, or
at the Hospital from the Medical Superintendent.
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Lands Located, Cruised,
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Full information furnished on application.
If you wish to get in on the
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In Gay New York.
The Americans, as a people, are nervous and high-strung to the verge of hysteria and the New Yorkers, living fast
and furiously, with high-speed lever in
the top notch all the time, are probabiy
more so than the inhabitants of any
other city or part of the country. Like
all high-strung people they crave excitement and strong emotions and, between the stage, the pulpits, the
Brooklyn bridge and Wall street, they
lenerally get what they want.   It is
According to the yarn sent in by that
bucolic genius from the backwoods of
Massachusetts some truck farmer in
that part of the country had succeeded
in producing the most marvelous orange
cucumber, as the result of cross-fertilization. What a wonderful flight of
the imagination ! What is Luther Bur-
bank compared with that botanical
wizard in Massachusetts? Just think
of the vast possibilities of cross-breeding on the truck farm! Strawberry-
cabbages, cherry-turnips, currant melons and walnut-pumpkins might be
suggested as suitable combinations for
ambitious vegetable raisers and particularly ambitious experimentalists might
even try a cross-bred between an oyster
and a sweet potato.
\	
The news from Philadelphia, that a
scientist of that city has discovered a
new and, as Jet, unnamed kind of flea,
has caused great commotion among the
loyal denizens of Long Island. They
are now busily engaged examining their
stock of fleas, larger ahd more varied
than that of the beggar colony of Constantinople, to ascertain whether it is
really true that this new kind of flea is
not included in their assortment and, if
possible, to find one or more new kinds
that even the Philadelphia scientist has
never dreamed of.
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they are sober and become just ordinary
fools when they are drunk, while others
are as dry mentally as the average
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mining and other machinery a specialty. Three hundred pack animals
in commission. Information cheerfully furnished. Address consignments for Hazelton or Interior points in care of
C. BARRETT & CO., HAZELTON.
The Pioneer Firm of Hazelton.
We'carry a full stock of���
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Notions, &c, Ac,
Highest Price Paid for Furs
R.Cunningham&Son
Limited.
NEW STORE
I carry a complete line of
Groceries, Dry Goods and
Clothing; Hardware,
Stoves, &c. Furs bought
and sold .
Chas. Martin
Hazelton. THE OMINECA HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 13. 1909.
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LAND NOTICES.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notlco that I, Franl; Johnston, manufacturer, of Buenos Ayres, intend to apply for permission in purchase tho following described land:
Commencing a1 a post planted on shore of Stuart
lake, thonce east 80 chaina more or less to the s.w.
corner of lot 65Q, thence north SO chains, thence
west 21) chain:, more or leas to the shore of Stuart
lake, thenoe following shore nf Stuart lake In a s.
w. direction to point of commencement, being* 100
acres more or less.
Oot.2��, 1908. FRANK JOHNSTON.
Take notice that I, Alice Johnston, married woman, of Buenos Ayres, intend to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands
Commencing ata poBl planted about 40 chains nest
of the b.w, corner oi lot 650, thencesouth 80 chaini.
west 80 ehains, north 80 chains, east 80 chains to
poinl of commencement, containing 010 acres.
Oct. 20. 1908. ALICE JOHNSTON
Take noiice thai. I, Sam Ingerooll, merchant, of
Stayner, Ont., intend to npply for permission to
purchase the following described lands: Commencingat a post planted aboul three miles southeasterly from the south-west corner of lot 650,
tlience south so chains, east 8(i chains, north 80
chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement
containing M0 acres.
Oct. 26,1908. SAM INGERSOLL.
Take notice (hat I, Harry Shop* land, traveler, of
London, inlend to apply for permission to purchase
the followingdescribedlands: Commencingat a
post planted about 120 chains west and 100 chains
south of tho s.w. corner of lot 660, thence north 80
ehains, east 80 chains, south 80 eliains, west 8*
chains topointof commencement, containing640
acres, HAUItY SHORELAND.
Oct. 26,190S.
Take notice that T, John Cahail. farmer, of Col-
llngwood. Intend to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing
at n post planted about 120 chains west and about
two miles south of the BOUth-weBt cornerof lot
650, -thence south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north
80 chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres.
Oct. 2ti, 1908. JOHN CAHALL.
Take notice that I, Cyril Shoreland, stationer, of
Fincliley, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing
nt a post planted .".bout 120 chains west and about
four miles soutli of the s.w. cornerof lot 530,
Othenco north 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80
"chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement,
'eoritaJning 640 acres.
Oct. 27, 1008. CYRILL SHORELAND.
Take notice that 1, A. M. ingersoll, fanner, of
Stayner, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following des< ribed land: Commencing
at. a post planted about 40 ..ii*u* we- t and about:
miles south of the s.w. corner uf lot. 550, thence
south 80 ehains. cast 80 chains, north **.0 chairs,
west SO chains to point of commencement, containing fill) acres,
Oc'i. 27,1008. A. M. INGERSOLL.
Take notice that I, Pat nek Hamilton, farmer, o!
Collingwood, Oct., intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about five miles distant
nnd in n southerly direction rrom the s.e. corner oi
lot 660, tlience north 80chains, east80 chains, south
80 chainn, west 80 eliains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Oct.28,1903. PATRICK HAMILTON.
Take notice thnt I. Alec Craig, [armer, Col-
lingwood, intend to :*.| ply r,n* permi sion t ��� purchase Hie follow in]:* desi ribed lands: Commencing
nt a pest planted about live mil*.*.- distant and in a
south-easterly direction from ;'*.e s.e. cornerof lot
5130, thence north 8o chains, west 80 chains, south
8(t chains, east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres.
Oct.28, 1108. ALEC CRAIG.
Take notice that I, Harold McLeod, brewer, ol
London, in tent 1 tb apply for permissioi to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing al ;
plantedabout foui miles south nnd about two mile-
went of tho s.e. comer of 1 I 550, tl ence south :���<
chains, east 8>'�� eliains, nortli 8(1 ohains, wet 81
chains to poinl of commencement, containin;*,* 641
acres.
Oct. 29, 1008. HAROLD MoLEOD.
Take notice that I, D. B. Craig, farmer, of Collingwood, intend to apply for permission to purchase the followin.'.*. described lands: commencing
nt a post planted about 6 1-2 miles distant and in i
southerly direction from Ft. St. James nnd :.-
planted on the west bank of the Stuart river,
thence west SO chains, north 80 chains, east b(
ehains moreor less to Stuart river, thence down
stream to point of commencement, containing 601
acres, more or less.
Oct. SO, 190S. D. B.CRAIG.
Take notice that I, Simon Li:tle, farmer, ol
Stainer. Out., intend to apply for permission li
purchase tilt* followini; described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 7 1-2 miles distant
and in a southerly direction from Ft St James an<
is planted on the west banuof Stuart river, thence
west 80 chains, north 80 chains, cast Oil chain;
moreor leas t> the Stuart river, thence dowi
stream to point, of commencement, containing 501
acres, more or les:-..
Ost. SO. 1908. SIMON LITTLE.
Take notlcethatl, Walter Watts, mfr.,of London,
intend^ to apply for permission to purchase tin.
following described lands:���commencing at a pes,
planted at the s.e. corner of lot 814, tn; nee east
80 chains or less to lot 1263, thence north 80 chains,
west 80 chains or less to lot 314," thence south 8t
chainsto point of commencement, containing 641
acres or less.
Oct. 80.1908. WALTER WATTS.
Take notice that I, W. f*. Dewey, accountant, ol
London, intend to apply for permission t *��� purchase
the following described lands: tommencing nt i
post planted at the s.e. cornea? of lot" "Hlti. thenc-
cast 80 chain.1; mnro or less to lot !2,il, thence no]:.
6GI chains more op less to Vol 1268,'thdnce west W
���"���bains more or less to lot 31B,' thence south 6C
Ahains more or less to the point of commencement,
containing 860acres, more or less.'
Nov. 1, 1008. \v P, DEWEY.
north eighty chains, west eighty eliains,   south
eighty chains to point of commencement, coi taining 640 acres,
Nov. 2,1908. EDWARD STONE.
Take notice; that I, John Owen, brewer, of London, intend to apply for permission lo purch se
the following described lands: commencing at a
post planted about 7 miles distant and in a 101 th-
erly direction from Ft St James, theneeea'al *���,��� * ���,
eliains, south eighty chains, west sixty chains
more or less to stuarl river, thenee up streav lo
point of commencement, containing 560 acres,
more or less.
Nov. 2, 1903. JOHN OWEN.
TJJte notice that I, Roderick McLeod, architect,
of London, intend to apply for permission to pur-
phase (be following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about7 miles downstream
from Ft St James and about, one mile east of the
left ban!; of Stuart river, thonco east SO chains,
south 8U chains, west 80 chains, north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing640 acres.
Nov. 8. 1008. RODERICK McLEOD.
Take notice that I, Deny Watts, manufacturer,
of London, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a posl planted about 7 miles dov.n Stuart ri\ er
from I���! St. Jamesand about ���?. mileB eastof ihe
I*, ft bank of Stuart river, thence east eighty chains,
south eighty chains, west, eighty ehains. north
eighty chains to point of commencement, ci ntain-
ing 640 acres,
Nov. li. 1908. BENY WATTS.
Take not ice thni i. Alec Staples, ai sayi r, of I ,<*:i-
don, inlend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: commencing at a
posl plumed about 0 miles down Stuart river from
Ft St James and on the left bank <*;* Stuarl rlvi i*
theme east eighty chains, south eight ��� chaina
west twenty ehains moio or l".-**i to Stuart river,
tlience up stream to point of commencement, * m-
talning 400 acres, more or less,
Nov. 4, 1008. ALEC STAPLES.
Tako noiice lhat I, George Autocue,confectioner,
of London, intends to apply lor permission to pur-
ehaselhe following deseribed lands: Commencing
at a post planted about D miles down Stuart river
from FI St James and about 1' mile east of is ft
hank of Stuarl river, south eighty chains, easl
eighty eliains, north eighty chains, west eighty
eliains topoint of commencement, containing640
acres.
Nov. -I, 1908. GEGRGE AUTERAC.
Take noticethat I, Cecil Hammond, of London,
architect, intends toapply for permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands:���
Commencing at o-'post planted about 9 miles
down Stuarl river from Fort St. James and about
2 miles east of east hank of Stuart river, tlience
north eighty eliains, east eighty ehains, s luth
eighty chains, west eighty chains to the point of
commencement, containing! Bio outs.
Nov. 4. 'Oil:*. CECIL HAMMOND.
Take notice that 1, Harry Hammond, of London,
draughtsman, intend t:> apply for permission to
purchase tHo following described kinds:
Commencing at ;������ post planted about 12 miles
instant and in a South-easterly direction from
; it St. James ahd on the left bank of Stuart river thoncb eighty chains north, eighty chains east,
,*:ghty chain * south, thence west eighty chains to
ooint pf commencement, containii g * 40 ai res.
Nov. 51008. HARRY H -VMMOND.
Ti ' ��� lotice that I, Edward Sprtgg, W London,
���::*:*,t. Intend to apf ly forp ��������� nission I * purchase
the followin r describe lands:
Commencing at n post planted about 12 miles
down river from Foi, St. James and about one
mile north of left bank of Stuart river, thence
north eighty chains, easl eighty chains, south
eighty chains, west eighty chains to the point el
;ommcncement, containing 64(1 acres.
Nov, 6. 3008. EDWARD SPRAGG.
Take notice that {; Charles Sprang, of London,
solicitor, -intends to apply for permiBsionto pur-
:ha.-c the followin.*; described lands:���
Commencing ul a post planted about 3 miles
low "i Stuart river fi-om Port St. James and ah ml
four mile* east of left bank of Stuart river thonce
north 80 chains/east 80 chalnB, south 80 chains,
vesi : >: ehains to the pointof commencement am
containing 640 acre.-;.
ov..",.  1908. CHARLES SPRAGG.
Take i* itice that I Frank Arnold, of London.
merchant, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
Commencing at a post planted about 8 miles
down Stuart river from Fi ri .'*. ami land about
5 miles east of left bank of Stuart river, thenci
north eighth chains, east eighty chains, south
eighty chainn, west eighty chains tothe point ol
lumenci ment, and containing 6*40 acres.
Nov. 3, 1908. FRANK ARNOLD.
Take notice that i, Ernest Dalsh, ol: London,
merchant, intend toapply for permission to pur-
chs ig the :' illoi -in*** desi ril *.,! lands:���
Commencing at a post planted about B mill
down Stuarl river from Fort. St. James and aboul
i miles east of tiie left bank of Stuart rivi r.thence
south eighty chains, west eighty chains, north
eight: ehains, east eighty chains to the point oi
'ommenccment, ci ataininrg 640 acres,
Nov.:.. 1808. ERNEST DAISH.
Take notice that I. Josiah Coburn faftnor,
iltainer, intends to apply for po-rmilision 1.�� pur
"haso tho followin*,': described lands: commencin'
at a post planted about 4 miles distant ;-.*..*I in i
southerly *lireitlon from Ft ,'.'.' James and plan to
on the left haul; of Stuarl -iver, theneo cast bl
chains, south 80 chains, west 80 chains more or le
fo Stuart river, tlience up stream to point of com*
'��i*ncemcnt, containing 600 acres, more or less.
Nov. 1, 1908. J09IAH COBURN.
Take notic that 1. Sam Devlin, fnrnii r. of Col-
'logwood, inlend toapplyfor pormisslon to pur-
chase the followin*.; described landB: ��� mmonclnt
<tt a postplanted about 6 miles distant ami int.
"louthorly direction from Ft St James and is plant-
���sl on the left bank of the Stuart river, tlience east
BO chains, south 80 chains, west 80 chains or less t*
Stuart river.thence up stream to pointof commencement, containing 000 acres more ol* less.
Nov. 1. 1008. SAM DEVLIN.
Take mtticc that I, John Towers, >, Ion,:*.:.
iccountant, intend toapplyfor permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands:���
Commencing al a post planted about 8 miles
lown Stuart river from Fort St. James and about
i miles .east of the left bank of the Stuart river
thence south eighty chains, east eighty chains,
north eighty chains, west eighty ohains to point
if commencement, containing 640 acres.
Nov. 5. 1003. JOHN TOtYERS
Take notice thnt 1. Peter Cain, farmer, of Col-
Ijngwood, intend lo apply for permission to purchase thefollowlngdtscrfbsd lauds: Commem in;
ntapost plantedabout.fi miles south audi mill
oast of Indian r.* .tree s.e. corner No. 1, Necoslie,
Stuart Luke, thence cast 80 chain*?, north 81
chains, west 80 chains, soulh 80 chains to poinl ol
commencement, containing OlOacres.
Nov. 1, 1908. PETER CAIN.
Take notice that I, Hugh Owen, solicitor, of
London, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: commencine
at a post plant, d about S miles soutli and 1 milt
east of the s.e. corner of Indian reserve 1 Necosltl
Stuart Lake, thence east eighty chainr. soulh
eighty chains, west eighty chains, north eight)
chainsto pointof commencement, containing641
acres.
Nov. 2. 190S. HUGH OWEN.
Tako notlco thatl, Frank Shoreland, manufacturer, of London, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands: commencing at a post planted three miles south and
two miles east of the s.e. corner of I.U- I Nocosli
Siuart Lake, thenee east eight., chaini, .-.oil!.
eighty chains, west eighty chains, nortli eighty
chairis to pointof commencement, containing 640
acres.
Nov. 2,1908. FRANK SHORRLAND.
Take notice that I. Edmund Store, manufacturer, of London, intend to npply for permission U
purchase the following describod lands: Com-
mencing at a post planted about 5 miles south and
about two miles eastof tho s.e. corner nt I.R. No.
1 Necoslie Stuart Lake, thenee east eights' chains
'lake notice that 1. Joseph Wan*, of London,
milder, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
Commencing atapost planted about 12 miles
lown Stuart river f**.':.: Fori .' t. James and on left
,unk of river, thenci ..*,.: eighty chalne, sol .
eighty chains moreor less! i Stuart river, to; .*<
tip stream to point of commencemi :t. containing
20acres, moreor less.
Nov. 6, 1008. JOSEPH WA'ilt.
Take notice that 1, Thomas liu-it. of I. don,
accountant, intend to apply for permission topur-
. base the following described lands:���
Commencing atapoBt planted about l" n . ���
town Stuart rh er I rom !' irl St. James and aboul
Indies eastof Stuarl river, thenoe ncrth eighty
chains, west eighty chains, south eights chains,
easl oighty chains to point of commencement,
containing I i;* acres.
Nov. I, 1908. THOMAS RUST.
Take notice thai I, Harry Butcher, of London,
r������ *.: trar, I tend ;���* apvls for pennli Ion to pur-
ohasi thi *'*���   *v. i**   .'. ii   bed lands:���
Commencing njt a poal ,. ntod about I miles
diwnSti irl i-lver ftiim Fori si Jnmi b :���������; abi ,.i
'���'��� nil senstofStuo . river.thence north eighty
ohains, ins.: eight..* ohains, south eights'ohains,
wost eij'l-.i*. chnins to poinl of commencement,
containing 640 acres.
Nov. 6, ItHIS. HAURY BUTCHER,
Take notice that I, Fred I'uliher. of London,
cleric, Intend to apply for permission to pui iho ,*
iiie following desoribed lands.*���
Commencing at a post planted about il miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and about
J miles cast of Stuart river, thence south eighty
eliains. cost eighty ohains. north eight.' chains,
west eighty chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres. ,
Nov. 0. 1008. FRED BUTCHER.
Take notice that 1. Arthur Davis, of London,
auctioneer, intend toapply for permission to purchase tiie followingdescribed lands: --
Commencing at a post plantedabout 11 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and about
2 miles east oi Stuart river, thence south eighty
chains, west eighty ehains. north eighty ehains.
east eighty chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres,
Nov.0, 1008. AllTHlT! DAVIS,
Take notice that 1, Rose Smith, of
Victoria, married woman, intend to ap-
ply for permisijioj to purchase the followin;*; described landB-��� Commencin;?
at a pest plantec: about 24 miles down
Stuart river fron Fort St. James and
on left bank of Stuart river, thence east
SO chains, south 30 chains more or less
to _ Stuart river, thence up stream to
point of commenoerrjent, containine; "320
acres more or less.
Nov. 13, 1908. Rose Smith.
Take notice.that I, Charles Greenhill,
of London, jeweler, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lar.tis: Commencing at a
post planted about 24 miles down Stuart
river from Fort Rt. James and on the
left bank of Stuart rive:*, thence north
80chains, east80 chains, south 80chains,
west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
o:* less.
���Jov. 13, 1908.     Charles Greenhill.
Taki i otic i th , I, Fred Conway, of
London, elerk, intend to apply for" pi r-
tnissipn to purch si the followinc described lands: < mmencing at apo
planted about 2' miles down Stuart
river and aboul tv o miles north of
Stuar river, th * ce south 80 chains, east
80 chain3, north 81 chains, west 80 chains
to point ol comi encement, containing
640 acres.
Nov, u, 1908 Fred Conway.
Take notice that I, Harry Stokes, of
Hastings, merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described land: Commenclno- at a
at a post planted about 29 miles down
Stuart river from Fort St. Jamess and
on left bank of said river thenee north
eighty chains, west eighty fhains, south
ten ehains more or less to Stuart river,
thence down stream to point of commencement, containing 350 acres, more
or less.
Nov. IS, 1998. Harf.v STOKES.
Take notice that I, Fred Bliss, of
Hastings-, merchant, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following describod lands: Commencing at
a -,o;it planted about 24 miles down
stream from Fort St. James and about
two miles north Of Stuart river, thence
north eighty chains, east eighty chains,
south eighty chains, west eighty chains
to point of comm'.iiccmem, containing
6*10 acres.
Nov. 14, 1908. Fred Bliss.
Take notice that I, Frank Hoyes, of
Hastings, merchant, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands: Commencing at
a post planted about 24 miles down the
Sti trt river from Fort St. James and
2 miles north o.l Stuart river, thence
soutrfeighty cha . , ...*���! eighty chains,
north eighty ch ast eighty chains
to point of commencement,   containing
b'40 acres.
K \. 14, 19-08. F.;'A.\-*- h'-m-s.
Take  notice  t
Hastings,   mere!
for permission to
ing- describi :��� la
a post planted al
down stream fro.
about 2 miles norll
north eighty chai*
south eighty cha
to point of comm
640 acres.
Nov. 14, 1908.
at I, Lev/is Luc'", of
int, intend to apply
purchase the follow-
u: Commencing at
iUt twenty-four miles
i Fort St. James and
i of Stuart river the nee
is, west eighty chains,
���', east eighty eliains
'ticement,  containin;.'
LEWIS LUCK.
Take notice that i, John Morley, of
Hastings, merchant, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about 25 miles down Stuart
river from Ft St James on left bank of
river, thonce north eighty chains, <... i
eighty chai*. south eighty chai is \ esl
eighty chains to point of beginning,
containing 6<lo acres.
Nov. 16, 1908. John Morley.
Take notice 1'
of Hastings, eh
for permission I
desci ibed lands:
planted aboul ���
from Ft StJami
river, thpni e I *
eighty chains i
thence  dov ������
liience nent, co
or less.
Nov. Hi, 1908
tat I, Wi . Margretson,
ctrician, intend toapply
���.t purchase the following
Commencingat a i os t
miles dowi? S tuart river
��� on left ban!: of Stuarl
���th eighty chain's, wi
ore or I* ss to the river,
ream to point of com-
taining 320 acre?, mon
vVilliam Margretson.
Take notice that I, Ed Bulpitt, of
Hastings, merchant, intend to apply for
permission to  purchase   the  following
permissi
lesfcribei
ibed land: Commencing at
post planted about 29 miles down Stuart
river from Fort St. James and about
one mile north of Stuart river, theniy
north eighty chains, west eighty chains,
south eighty chaitis, east eighty chains
lo point of commencement, containing
640 acres.
Nov. 18, 1908. Ed BulWtt.
Take notice that I, Ed Munroe, of
London, merchant, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:- * Commencing at a
post planted about 30 miles down Stuart
river brom Fort St. James and on the
left bank of said river, thence norlh 80
chains, west 80 chains, south 40 chains,
more or le:*s,' to the river, thence down
stream to point of commencement, containing 40(1 acres, more or less.
Nov. IS, 1908. Hi> Munroe.
Take notice that I, Ernest Poupart,
of London, merchant, intend to applyfor permission to purchrse the following described   lands:   Commencing  at
a post planted about 29 miles down
Stuart river from Fort St, James and
about one and a half miles north of the
river, thence south 80 chains, east 80
chains, north 80 chains, west 80 chains
to point of beginning, containing 640
acres.
Nov. 19, 1908.        Ernest Poupart.
Take notice that 1, Roger Hall, of
London, chemist, intends to apply fcr
permission to purchase the following
deseribed lands: Commencing at a
postplanted about 29 miles down Stuart
river from Fort St. James and about
1 1-2 miles north of Stuart river, thenee
north 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80
chains, west 80 ehains to point of commencement, containina* 640 acres.
Nov. 19, 1908. Roger Hall.
Take notice that I, Juan Bennett, of
London, contractor, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencin,"'- at a
pest planted about 31 miles downStuart
river from Fort St. James on the left
bank of Stuart river, thenee north SO
chains, west 80 chains, south 70 cnains,
more or less, to Stuart river, thence
down said river to point of beginning,
containing 600 acres, more or less.
Nov. 19, 1908. Juan Bknnett.
Take notice that 1, Wm. Ashley, of
London, tailor, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about :*!! miles down Stuiirt
river from Fort St. James and on left
bank of Stuart river, thence north 80
chains east 80 chains, south SO chains,
more or less, to river thence up stream
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres.
Nov. 19, 1908.     WILLIAM ASHLEY.
Take notice that I, A. G. Rylands, of
London, merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase *.he followingilcs-
cribedland: Co mencing at postplanted
about 26 miles down Stuart river from
Fort St. James and on the left ben!." of
said river, thence easl eighty chains,
south ��� ighty chains, more or less to the
Stuarl nve--. thence up stream to point
of beginning, containing 320 acres more
or less.
Nov. 16, 1908. A. G. RYl ANDS,
Take notice that   I.   Robert Kand-'ll,
of London, butcher, intend to appl*, .,,
permission   to purchase  the  following
described  land:    Commencing*    at   a
post planted about25 miles dov\ n Stuai I
river from For; St. James and oi
left   bank of bi id  river, them     north
eight,>. chains, .* *��� il ei fhty chains, south
eight-j   chains, wesl    ighty  chain -  to
point of commi n< ment, containing 640
acres.
Nov. it!, 1908. I OBI :���������' R ,NDLLL.
Take notice that I, Edgar Covell, of
Loudon, electric engineer, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted about 31 miles down
Stuart river from Fort St. James and
about 2 miles north of Stuart river,
ihence south 80 chains, vest 80 chains,
north So chains, east 80 chains to point
of beginning, containing 640 acres.
Nov. 20, 1908. EDGAR COVELL.
Take noiice that I, Wm. Groves, of
London, merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lauds: Commencing atapost
p] inted about 31 miles down Stuart river from Fort St. James and about two
miles north of Stuart river.thence south
8 ' chains, east eighty chairs, north 80
chains, west 80 ehains to point of commencement, containing 640acres.
Nov. 20, 1008.      WILLIAM GROVES.
,:t 1. Wm. Alex * Ira,
/eyor, in nd to appij
o purchas ��� the follow-
ma: Commenci ig al
about 26 miles iwn
n Stuart lake and aboul
said river thence north
ast eighty chains, south
west ' ighl .* chains fo
ia'. containing 640 ceres.
William Alexandra.
Take notice that I, Adolph Stronsr, of Lo don.
banker. Intend to apply (or permission topun hasi
tho following described  lands:*���
Cotnmcneinpr nt n pout planted about ii miles
down Stuart river from Port st. Jamas and aboul j
Smiles east of Stuart river, thence Month eighty
chains, wost eighty ahains north, eighty chains,
easl sighty chain? to point <>f commencement,
. mtalnmg ii-iii acres,
Nov, 7.  lanu. ADOLPH STRONG.
Take notlco that i, Charles Colwell, of Stainer,
Out., farmer. Intend i ��� apply for permission to
puronaso the following desoribed lands:
Commencing ata pout planted about 18 :nilc-
doivn Stuart river from Fort St.. James and on
loll bank ol Stuart river, thenee easl eighty chains,
soutli eighty chains, more or less, to Stuarl ri\ 11.
thancoup stream to point of commencement,
containing ::.'ii acres mere or less.
Nov. 7, 1908, CHARLES COLWELL.
Take notic* tl
of London,   .sin
for permission
ing described
a post  planted
Stuarl river fro
2 miles north of
eighty chains, e
eighty   ehains.
point of beginnii
Nov. 17, 1008.
Take notic* ihat I. Walter Harvey,
of London, engineer, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about 26 miles down
Stuart river from Fort St. -lames ami
about two m : north ot said ri er/
thence south eighty chains, east eighty
chains, north eighty chains, west eighty
chains to point o beginning, containing tilt) acre.
Nov. 17, 1908. Walter Harvey.
Take notice that I, Sain Bei [amin, oi
London, salesman^ intend toapply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Com ncing at a
post planted about 20 miles down-Stuart
river from For* St. James and about
2 miles north of skid rfver,thence noi th
Take notice that John Kennard,
teamster, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east corner of lot 1,175a, R. V.,
thence north about 60 chains to the
north-east corner of lot 1,175, thence
east 20 chains, south 40 chains,
east 20 chains, south 30 chains more or
less to the shore of FraBer Lake, thence
following the said lake shore northwesterly to pointof commencement, and containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated November 80th, 1908.
fe6 JOHN KENNARD.
Take notice that Frederick Ella, of
Victoria, B.C., clerk, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the north-west comer of
lot 1,175, range V., Fraser Lake, B.C.,
thence north 40 chains, west 80 chains,
south 40 chains, east 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing
329 acres, more or less.
Dated November 30th, 1B08.
feG FREDERICK ELLA.
Take Notice that Hilton Keith, of
Victoria, B.C., accountant, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land: Commencing
at a post planted about 2 1-2 miles in a
westerly (inland) direction from a point
on the left bank of the Upper Neehaco
River and about one mile southerly
from the north-west corner of section
33, township 9, range 4, Nechaeco Valley, of Coast District, B.C., thenc*
south 80 chains, west 40 chains, north
80 chains, east 40 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 320
acres, more or less.
Dated October 15th, 1908;
fe6 HILTdf? KEITH.
Take notice that Robert Green, of
Victoria, B.C., gardner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Corflmencing
at a post planted about two miles westerly from the north-west corner of section 33, township 9, range 4, Nechactf
Valley, B.C., thence north 40 chains,
west 80 chains, south 40 chains, east 80
chains to the point of commehctSment;
and containing 320 acres, more or less;
Dated October 15th, 1908.
fe6 RtJBERT GREEN.
Take notice that 1, Mary Ann Dupont Pemberton, of Victoria, wife of P. B. Pemberton, intend.
to apply fo��permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing: at a poet planted
at the portli-west corner on the left bank of a
.small creak called Beaver creek, in a vsilley, and
about 4 1-2 miles in b southerly direction from'
Southend of Maxim lake and running* as follows;
to chains bouIIi, 40 chnins cast. F0 chains north, 4(J
chaina west to place of cowiuancemmt, contain-
in!;- 320 acre?, more or less.       .   , . ,
MARV ANN DUPONT PEMBERTON.
December 31.1W8. Mark S. CaH*. A*enf
Take notice thnt I, Frank Burrell. of Victoria*
accountant, intend to aprly for pfermissdoh to purchase the following described lands: Commene-
ing at a post planted .at n.e. corner and on ru-cht*
bunk of Canyon creek .aiui in valley about S 1-2
mile.* in a .southerly direction Irora south end of^
Maxim's lake, thence SO chnins south. 40 chaina
west 80 chains north, 40 chains east to pointof
commencement; containina .1*30 scree, more or less
FRANK BVRRBLL.
Dec.31st, ;00S. Mark S, Carr, agenl
Take notice that I, Herbert Chamberlain, of,
Victoria, clerk, intend toapply for permission to
purchaae the following* described lands: Com-,
tnencinff at a post planted at the north-east corner
on the right side of Canyon creek, in valley and
about two and one quurter miles in a southerly
direction from the Bouth end of Maxim's lake and
running as follows. 80 chains south, 3Q chains weetL
80 chains north, and 30 chains east topoint of commencement, containing '240 .acres moreor less.
HERBERT CHAMBERLAIN.
January 1st. 1909. Mark S. Carr. agent.
Take notice that I, Thomas Johnston BoM, of
Victoria, clerk, intend to applyfor pernuWon to
purchase the followinc described lands:
Commencing at s post planted at n.e. corner on
right l>ank of Canyon creek, in a valley, and about
one mile in a southe,rly dir-ection from south end,
ei Maxim's lake, thence west 20 chains, south 80
chains, east 20 chains, north 80 chains, to point
of commencement, containing 160acres, moreor
less. THOMAS JOHNSTON ROSS.
Jan. 1, 1900. Mark S. Carr. agent.
Take notic? that I, Alan Benson Lord, .of Vic-,
toria. clerk, intend to apply tor permission to
purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east
corner about 10 chains, south of trail and aboutone
mile west of Maxim lake, thence 60 chains west,
-10 chains north, 60 chains cast and 40 chains south
topoint of commencement, containing 240 acres
more or less. ALAN BENSON LORD.
January *', 1909. Mark S. Carr, agent.
��� ��� kc notice that I, A. G. Hurtstone,
i. London, traveler, intend to apply for
permission io purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 31 miles down Stuartriv-
oin Fori St. James and about two
ih .; north of Stuart river.thence north !
80 chains, wesl SO chains, .south SO
chains! i asl 80 chains to point of com-
merrcement. containing 640 acres.
Nov. 20, 1908. A. G. HURTSTONE,
Take notice that i. Ered Penfold, of
I ond I .���';���.-. intend to apply for permi ��� io . ������ irbhase the following described Commencing- at ape.-.,
pi inted aboul 31 mil s down Stuart river from Fori St. James and about two
mill a north of Stuart river, thence north
SO chains, east 80 chains, south 80 chains,
west SO chain.-, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Nov. 20, 1908. FRED PENFOLD.
Take notice that I. Samuel Clegg. of Victoria,
clerk, intend to apply for permission to purchase
tho following: described land:��� Commencingat a
post planted at the n.w. corner on north side of
Maxim creek and about six chains distant and
2 1-2 miles froin no.*th end of Maxim laKe, in a
westerly direction, tlience 40 chains south, 60
eliains east, 10 eliains nortli, 60 chains west to.
point of beginning, containing 240 acres, more or
less. SAMUEL CLEGG.
Jan. 2, 1909. Mark S. Carr. agent.
Take notice that I, FrcdericK Despard Pemberton, of Victoria. clerK. intend to apply for permission lo purchase the folio-wing described lands:
Commencing ata post planted st s.w. corner
..ii right side of trail and about midway between
trail and small luxe cnllcd Dan 1) laKe. and being
alwut 1 1-2 nnlcs in an easterly direction from
Eiwin laKe, tlience -10.chains north, 40 chains east,
;,') chains south, 10 chains west to the point of
.imimencoment, containing JHO acres more or lass.
FREDERICK HEsrARD PEMBERTON.
Jan. 2. 1909. Mark S. Carr. agent.
TaKe notice that 1. John Richard Chambers
Deane. of Hazelton, provincial constable, intend
to apply for permission to purchuse the following
described lands:* Commencing at a post planted
on the left haul; of the Bnlk:ey river and marked*
"John I.. C. Deane. his N.W. corner post," thenca
south mi chains along east line of lot HM and part
of east line of J. Franklin, thence oast 80 chains.*
thence ni rth 80 chains lo river, thence west 80
ehains, following meandering of river, to point of
commencement, containing 640acres, moreorless.
JOHN RICHARD CHAMBERS DEANE.
0th February, 1909.
eighty chains, we
eiffhty chains, ens
of commencomen
Nov. IT, i!���".-.
t eighty chains, south
eight*) chains topoint
, containing 640 ai rqs.
.Sam Benjamin.
Take notice that I, Wm. Taylor, of
London, merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing atapost
planted about 28 miles tlown Stuart riv- j
er from fort St. James and on the right
bank of Stuart river, thence south eighty
chains, east eighty chains, north ten
chains, more or less to river, thence
up stream to point of commencement,
containing 350 acres, more or less.
Nov. 21, HHiS.       WILLIAM TAYLOR.
Take   notice that I, Arthur Serpent,
:   ndon, merchant,  intends to apply
for permission to purchase the   follow-
in.*" described lands:   Commencing at a
po *i planted about 28 miles down Stuart
ri\ < r from Fort St. James and  about 1!
mile BOUth of Stuart river,thence SOUtJl j
80 chains, east80 chains, north80chains,!
������-.v. i 80 chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres.
Nov.21, 1908.
ARTHUR  SERCENT.
MINERAL ACT.
DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
Take notice that I, Chas. P. Price, of
Aldermere, B.C., hereby give notice
that A. R. Hamilton, address unknown,
or anyone to whom he may have transferred hia interest, has failed to con-.
tribute his proportion of one-half inter--
est of the expenditure required by Section 24 of the Mineral Act, amounting
to 2 years' assessment on theExcelcior
Mineral Claim, and 8 years' assessment)
on the Peacock Mineral Claim, situated
on Moriee Mountain, amounting to $2E0.
If, after the expiration, of 90 days,*
the aforesaid A. R. Hamilton, or anyone,
to whom he may have transferred his
interests, fail to contribute his proportion, together with all costs of adver-.
tising, his interests in the above claims.
shall become vested in his co-owner, as
provided for in Section 25 of the Mineral
Act.
Dated this 0th day of Januftry, 190!>
feG c. P. Price. HIE OMINECA HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 19011
LAND NOTICES.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that 1, John Darrraijh, of Colling-
wooa\ farmer, intend to apply fcr permission to
purchase the following described land:���
Commencing at a post plantedabout 14 mi1",
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and on ii.-.
lef t bank of Stuart rivor, thence oast 80 chains,
south 80 chains, moreorless, to Stuart river, thenoe
,.p stream topoint of commencement, containing
1**0 acres, inn* e or less.
Nov. 7. L908, JOHN DARRAGH.
Tal;e noticethat I, Hon Harrison, of Guildford,
farmer, intend toapply for permission to purchase
the following described lands; Commencing at a
post planted about 14 miles down Stuart river from
Fort St. James and about 1 mile east, of Stuart
river, thence north 80 chains, west b0 chains,
south hi eliains, east so chains topointof commencement, eontainiiijT til1' acres.
Nov. 7  1908. BEN HARRISON.
Take notice that 1. F.S. Smith, of London, merchant, intend to apply for permission lo pu rchase
the following described 1 ind: Commencingat a post
planted aboul H'miles down Stuart rive '��� -im Ft.
St, James and about 2 milea east of Stuart r\\ er,
thenee north eighty chains west eighty chains,
south eighty chains, east eighty chain:- t" in int t f
commencement, containing 640 acre;.
Nov.T. 1008, F.S, SMITH.
Take noticethat 1, Jacob Colwell, ������' Qplling-
p,'ood, farmer, intend to apply for [icrmisaion to
i   rchase the following described lands;
Commencing ata post planted about ���..Smiles
down Stuart rive- from Fort St. JarneB i
:.' miles n�� rth of Stuart river, thenee sot eighty
chains, easteighty ohains, north eighty chains,
west eighty chaina to point i ' commonoement
containing ' 10 a< res,
Nov. 12,1908, JAC )B COLW'i I '���
of London, mer-
,*.,.i,. to purehos*
Take notice that I,  A. Beatty
ehant, intend to apply forpormi
the following described lands:
Commencing ul :i post planted about It milea
down Stuart rlvqi from Fort St. James and about
2 miles east of Stuart river, thence south 80 chai
went 80 chains,  north 80' chains; east- 80 chains
to point oTiapmmenc-emQnt, -containing 040 acres.
Nov. 7. l&pd, A. BEATTY,
Take noticethat f. Ridge Richardson, stock
broker, of London, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing ata post plantedabout IS miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. James nnd on the
left hank of Stuart river, thence north eighty
chains, west eiKhty chains, south forty ehains,
more or less, bo Stuart river, thence up stream to
point of commencement containing uto acres,
more or less.
Nov. 8, 1908, RIDGE RICHARDSON.
Take notice that I, Ronald Smith, manufacturer/,
ot London, intend toapply foi* permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing ata poBt'planted about 18 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St."James snd about
I milea north of Stuard; river, thenee west 80
chains, south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north 80
(mains to point of Commencement, containing 640
acres,
Nov. 9, 1008. RONALD SMITH,
TnV.enoti e thai   I. He :*      i iih. of Victoria
r\< -1 tan, intcn I to apply for ������-, rmission u pur-
Be the following des( riled Ian '���:-
Commencingat a pest planted about 22 mile)
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and . bout
9. miles north of Stuart river, thence north eighty
chains, cast eighty chains, south eighty chains,
west eighty ehains to point of coi imehcement;
containing 640 acres.
Nov. I!    190 HARRY SMITH,
Take notice that I. George Charlton, stationer,
of London, intend to anply i',*,>' permission to
purchase the following describ-sd land :
commeni hi rat ;i post planted aboul 29 I ! miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and on
ri-.'.hi banl tf Stuart river, then i ith 0 chain. .
ensl -1 - hain i, north 40 chaii -���. mor* r less, I
Stuarl rives, Ih nee up stream I point of commenci ''-'nt, i ��� iitaii Ing 180 am -. mi r    r less,
Nov. [1,   ' -3 GEORGE CHARLETON.
Take uotl ���*.��� hai i, Flurry Loar, men hant, I
London,   ntemV       pt-dy fov i   ��� i   I i |  ;*
chase the foil �� im rh    ribed land).   for m< noii
nt a poi    planted about S   :"������������     down ��1   ii
r ������������������    orn Ft     t, ' in      and on ,; i    :"'*'   I     ;
Stuart river, thei    >mml Ii O'chaii   ,ci   t80 chains,
 Ih  7;> chains,   l      ������    I   :     i, tu Si tart ri- er,
the ice   ip        - ni   to  poinl   of  co nmt nc i ���������������'
'ontainin ���   m ire or le
No-   21, I'.'.- HARRY LEAR,
Tako notice that i, Fran! " bi d merchant,
of London, Ii Lend to appl .������ 'mi Ion to purchase Ui   folio win*  h   '.} il nommencin
it d poi : ti". ted about :'l l-:i miles down Stuart
river from Fort St, James and on .' ��   ��� ���  hi banl
��f Stuart river, thence south   K0 chains,  cast  B
chains, north 70 i hains more ��� r le ���-- to Stuart river,
theneo up i' ream Lo point oi commencem ��nt, cor
taining GOO eh res, moro or less
Nov. 22, 1908. FRA IK HENWOOD.
Take notice that Helen imc -��-���- ---
inU:r-ds to apply it-v  pernjiasioTl * �� purcha
one. r
following described l inds;
i lanted i-t mile fr m the
marli d "H.B,�� N.E.C t\,
..,. | 'n chairis north 10 cl]
t��i point of -'.' mmencemen
in; re < r less.
January 28, 1909
urse, of Hazelton,
ise ithe
Commencing ntapost
(sTorth Bulkier crossing*
Lhences -orth 40 chains,
,;l .     !0 t forty chains
<��� ;:u h'i    '  "   acres,
P  J] BN    ONE.
r !,. Stt5ph< -- n, agent.
Take notice that I, Frances Smith, married woman, of London, intend to apply for permission to
pure-nose the following described land:���
Commencing at a post planted about 18 milea
down Stuart river from Fort St, James and about
2 miles north of Stuart river, thence north eighty
chains, west eighty chains, south eighty chains,
east eighty chainsto point of commencement,
containing 640 acre?.
Nov. 9, 1908, FRANCES SMITH.
Take notice that I, Wm. Gearing, p-i .ter of
London. Intend toapply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a posl planted about 18 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St, James arid about
2 miles north of Stuart river, tlience south BOchans,
east 80 chains, north SO chains, west 80 chains I -
point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Nov. 9. lOOS. WILLIAM GEARING.
trinter, of
;i  to pur-
Take notice thai I, Henry Gearin
London, intend to apply for permi
chase the following described Iain's:
Commencing at a post planted about is miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. .lames and about
2 miles north of Stuart river, thenee north (Ighty
chains, cast eiffhty chains, south eighty chains,
west eighty chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres.
Nov. 9.1S0S. HENRY GEARING.
Take notice that. I, Percy Green, jeweler, of
London, intend toapply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about IS miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. dames and is on
the left bank of Stuart river, thence north eighty
chains, east eighty chains, south twenty chains,
more or less, to Stuart river, thence up stream to
point of commencement, containing 400 acres,
more or less.
Nov. 9.1908, PERCY GREEN.
Take notice that 1. George Mason, of London,
retired. Intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about 19 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and on the
left bank of Stuart river, thenee north eighty
chains, east eighty chsins, south forty chain:*,
moreorless to Stuart river, thence up -stream to
point of commencement, containing 840acr��s more
or lees
Nov. 9.1908. GEORGE MASON.
Take notice that I, Fred Stone, clerk, of London,
intend to applyfor permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing ata post planted aboul 21 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. dames and on the
left bank of Stuart river, thenee nortli eighty
Chains, west eighty chainr., south eighty chains
moreor less to Stuart river, theneo downstream to
point of commencement, containin,1-*" B40 Acres.
Nov.10,1908. FRED STONE,
Take notice that J. John Lester, clerk, of London, intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: C'-mmencing al a
post planted about 20 miles down Stuart river
from Fort St. James and about 2 miles north of
Stuart river, thence south eighty chains, we t
eighty chains, north eighty chains, east eighty
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
acreH.
Nov. 11, 1908.
JOHN LESTER.
Take notice that I. Leslie Lawson, electrician, of
London, inlend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing atapost planted about 20 miles
down Stua-t river from Fort St. James and about
2 miles north of Stuart river, thence south eighty
chains, easteighty ehains, north eight;, chains,
west eighty chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 aires.
Nov. 11. 1908. LESLIE LAWSON.
Take noiice that I, Wm. Thompson, distiller, of
London, intend to apply for permission to pur-
chase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted about 2*) mile,*'
downstream fron, Fort St, James and about two
RlUefl north pf Stuart river, thence north t i- !-.;���.
ehains, west eighty chains, south eighty chain. ,
east eighty ehains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres,
Nov. 11, 1908. WILLIAM THOMPSON.
Take notice that 1. FI, D. Opport, financier, of
London, intend !h apply for permission to purchase the followinc described lands; Commencing ata posl planted about 20 miles down Stuart
river from Fort St. James and about2 miles norlh
of Stuart riven thence north 80chains, eastffO
.���hains. south 80 chaitis. west 80 chains to point oi
commencement, containing 040 acres.
Nov. 11, 1908. E.  H. OPPERT,
Take notic that I. Edith Boys, of London, married lady, intend to apply for permission Lo
purchase the following dos*. ribed lands:
Commencing ata post planted about 22 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St, James and on
'.eft hank of Stuart, river, thence north eighty
chains, west eighty ehains, south seventy chains,
more or less, to Stuart river, thence down Btream
to point of commencement, containing 00') aores,
more or less.
Nov. 12. 1908. EDITH HOYS.
Take notice that I, Richard BoyB, of London,
merchant, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 22 miles
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and about
2 miles north of Stuart river, thence south eighty
ehains, west eighty chains, north eighty chains,
east eighty chaina to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres.
Nov. 12, 1908. RICHARD BOYS.
Take rv bice that H. C. V/ri*'"'1. doct< r, oi Ha: el-
ton, intends th apply  for per ilsi lion to purchase
the j  llo'        ���':: ��� ribed landa;   C imm mcj*ng a1 ;.
post   dam   !������ then rth-east  coiner of  --"���- ~;'(1.
ni rl ed "H. -.; Vv,. S.E. Cor.." the ice north forty
tains, west twenty cnivlJa, noutli forty  chains,
east twenty chains ilrt oi  commencement,
containing eighty ncrt ���,  nor< ot less.
ranuary28, 1909. II. C. WRINCH.
fe27 F. L, Stei hem on, agent.
Take noticethat 1. George Barnett, lumberman,
of London, intend toapply for permission to pur
chase tho foil ��wh 'descril ed lands: com .;������'���..>���
at a post planted about 243-4 miles down Stuarl
river from Fo : St. James and on right bank ot
Stuart river, thenee south eighty'chains, eatd
seventy chains, more or less, to Stuart river,
thence up stream to point of commencement, c :
taining800acres, more cries.-*.
Nov.22, 1908. GEORGE BARNETT.
������':o noticethat [, George Washington Rags-
dale, h tol kee] , of Hazel r f- C intend t >
applj for ��� ermismon to'purchase the following do^
scril 'd lands: C i nericii at a pest planted at
he opth-wcsl ci ���.( ��� and lylnt--; SDchainc north
of tho n.w. ct rn* v f T. Hurri;* pr��i-en pti >n and
Iv'-.;������ about on iai  I on<  hall 'r im Lhe ncrth
ah re of Franct ia lake,  th    ce nc rth   :'- i h dns,
eiial  <0 chaina, south to chains, -.vest SO chainsto
the  point   of *��� mmencament, and containing
acres. m< t*e or 1< is,
I E' " ,     ���   V! H1N( TON  RAGSDALE.
Januar; 2     '  ". fe27
OMINECA LAND" DISTRICT
Dis1 rict'-   I oasjt.
Take notice that E, William G. Scott, of Victoria,
ruH crower,  n't-" ri  to a * .��� permii sioi   i
purcli Lse tho folia ri      '.   cribed lands:
i omi encii ; at    pi it p] ntcd on th< weal bi i
of the Skeena river   iboul three milea above Kit-
,elas Canyon theneo 40 chiipn north, thence SO
chaina west, theneo 40 chaina south,  thence 80
chains east topolntot i   ,������   encomont.
Fo r :: :', 25, L9 E) ���  tl I A     E.SCOTT.
TaKe notice tl at I.R ' Grandette, of Prince
'"i ert, contractor, intend 1 i applj> forp( rmission
, i purchase tho foil iwln-trde cVibed land:
c inin encing al a post planteel on the v. est banit
if liie Skeena river, about fifteen miles above Kit-
el Canyon, thence 20 chaina west, P0 chains
i rth. 20 chains east to river bank, more erb.--.
;.. ,-'��� go chains Bouth .i'- nij banKof rivertoplact
if commencemei t.
February 25, 1909.    ROBERT GRANDETTE.
Take notice ihat 1. Charles Goddnrd, merchant,
of London, intend to anply for permission t-
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 25 3-4 mile,
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and oi
right bank of Stuart river, thence west thirtj
chains, south eighty chains, east eighty chains,
north ten chains, moreor less, to Stuart river,
thence following up stream to point of commencement, containing 500 acres   more or less.
Nnv. 22, 1903. CHARLES GODDARD.
Take notice that I. George Keets, salesman, oi
London, intend to applyfor permission to pur
chase the following described lands:--*
Commencing al a post planted about 26 L-2 milei
down Stuart river from Fort St. James aud on ��� \ I I
bank of Stuart river, thence -s ��uth   eight;    hi
east eighty chains, n( rtli twei ty chaini. n ore -:
less to Stuart river, th  nee upstream  topoin)
commencement, containing 5001 crea, i - t*ei i |<
Ni '. 22, T   ���. 1 ������'  ��� ;'', ���.' ETS.
Take noticethat !, Walter Howard, superin
tende.it. of Leaden, intend to apply for pi rmisst I
to purchase the following desci il' d lam s:-
Commenclng a1 ;! post planted about 21 mile.
down Stuart river from Fort St. Janus and abou
3 miles north bf Stuart river, thence horth eight:
chains, west eighty ehains. south eighty chaini
east eighty chains \o point of commencement,
containing G40 acres.
WALTER HOWARD.
Take notice that I. Fred Johnson, merchant, o
London, intend to apply for permission to pur-
i hase the followingdescribed lands:���
Commencing ata post planted about22 mile
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and ab u
3 miles north of Stuart river, thence north eights
chains, east eighty chains,*south eighty chaini.
west eighty chaina to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres,
Nov. 23, U!-'.<. FRED JOHNSON
Take notice that 1, Harry Vauffhan, merchant,
of London, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
Commencing at a post planted about 22 milef
down Stuart river from Fort St. James and ab ��u1
3 miles north of Stuart river, thenee north eight)
ohains, west eighty chains, Bouth eighty ch :
east eighty chains t>i point.of commencement,
containing 640 acri ;-
Nov.23, 1903. HARRY VAUGHAN
Take notice that L Sidney Creasey, merchant, of
London, Intend toapplyfor permission to purchase the following described lands:���
Commencin." at a postplanted ab ait 20 mile:
down Stuart river from Port St. James and ?<������
;t miles north of Stuart river, thence north 81
chains, west 80 chains, south SO chains, eas- p(
chains to the pointof commencement, containinf
��� 10 acrt i,
Nov. 23,  1908. SIDNEY CREASEY.
Take notice that 1, William Adams, merchant,
of London, intend to apply for permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted ������.bout 2'* milei
dowi Stuart r'ver from Fort St. James and aboul
3 miles north of Stuart river, thence north eight1
chains, easteighty chains, south eights '
v.* s1 eighty chaina to thepoint of commencement,
11 ntainlng 610 acre-.
Nov. 23   1908. WILLIAM AD/   IS.
Take notice that I. Joseph Wilcox, of Collingwood, farmor, intend toapply for permission to
purchase tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 22 mlleaj
down Stuart river from Fort St. James nnd about
2 miles north of Stuart river, thence north eighty
chains, weat eighty chains, BOUth eighty chaina,
east eighty chains- to point of commencement,
containing 010 ncres.
Nov. 12,1908. JOSEPH WILCOX.
Take notice that I, Bert Farley, broker of London, intend to apply for permission to purchase
the followingdescribed lands: Commencing at a
post planted about 12 miles down Stuart 'Von
Fort St. James and about 4 miles eastof Stuarl
river, thence Bouth eighty chains, west ei ->i\
ehains. north eighty chain'', east * ighl y i hi Ins 1
��� oinl of commencement, containing 640 acres.
No,.:.:   1908. B !RT FARLEY.
* Take notice that I. Henry Hills, salesman, oi
London, intend toapplyfor permission to purcha e the folk ������. in ��� described landi:
Commencingat o  post  plantedabout  II   nil
down Stuart river from Fort St. Jan ea and al  ui
4 miles cast of Stuart river,  thence north eigh
chains,  east eighty chains, south eights chaii
west eigl '. i hn    i to thb]   into! comi ienc*t nn   t,
containin]    lOacn
Nov. 23, 1808, HEN! V HILl S.
Tale ii- ticcthat I. Arthur .' I . *.,. ri hant, ot
London, Intend to appl) for permission to purcha otho following described ! ������ ids: C imi lonrinp
at a post planted about 18 m en down Stuart riv< v
from Fort St, Jami ih      orth ot
Stuart  ri-.'-,   tl i nee north,eight;   ohulni    weal
eight   <i dm .   i oul t Hglity ���     :'. i,  pa it  i li i.i
chain   Lo uf commi tn cnn i -. i outaini ������-���   10
Nov,   I, 1908, ARTHUR ASK1E.
Take notice that I. Walter Hopkin , mi n Im it,
of London, Intend to appls for permission to pur
chasi the folk -vlng di    ribed Iai ds:
t' immi ncing at a post pi tnted at the ni rth-eni *
e.in.c rof oction 36, Tp 1. Range 4, them a south
eighty chains, easteighty chains, north eighty
chains, west eighty < hams to point of commci ��� -
ment, and containing C40 acres,
Nov. 2:��. 1908, WALTER HOPKINS.
Take notice thai I, Mleliie Kearney, contractor,
of London, intend to applyfor permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the north-east corner of ae< -
tion ��8i Tp.I. Range4i thence north eighty chains,
east eighty chains, aouth eighty chains, west
eighty chains to point of commencement and < ��� :������
taining 640 acres.
Nov.25, 1908. MICHIE KEARNEY.
Take notice that J, George Fraser, merchant, ol'
Hastings, intend toapply for permission t> purchase thefollowing described lands: commencing
at u post planted at the south-east corner if Sec-
j tion 12, Tp. 10, Rang-e6, thenee north eighty chaina,
eaat eighty chaina. south eighty cnains, Weal
eighty chains to point of commencement, containing 640   acres.
Nov. 26, J00H. GEORGE FRASER,
Take notice that I, Jamea A. Smith, of Prince
Rupert, li. C., contractor, intend toapply forper-
nisBion to purchase the followingdescribed landi
Commencing at a post planted on the east ban'
>f the SKeena river, about four miles bfelow L< i" (
��� reel, therice 40 chains north, thence B0chain;
e ist, thence jouth 40 chains to bank of river, tl ei cc
0 chains along bank of river to place ol' commence
ment.
February 25.3909. JAMES A. SMITH.
Take notice that I. Her.sley M. C. Smith, o
Prince Rupert, V. *'.. contractor, intend to appl;
i'or permission topurchasi the Following describ
ed lands: Commencing tit a post planted on tin
east haul-: <o the Ski ena ��� iv< r, ab mt - r.e half mih
tbove Lome creek, thenct' 10 chains eai t, 80 chaii:
iorth, 40 chains west, m re or less, to bank o
river, thence SO chains si uth al ing river bank t
lace of commei cemer t.
February 26,   i 19.       .. INS1 EY M.C.SMITH
Take notice thai    I,Jo eph  E.   Merryfield,  i
Prince Rupert, B, C, mei   innt, intend  to appl,
or permiFsi m *      irchi scthi     i   . '     dest 11] i
and:   Con menci     atai    ti     it(    ot   the \m
tank of the SI-  s   i r,\ er, al   ut six miles al
Lome creek,t  ence west!    hains, w rtl 80eh; .   ,
east 20 ��� hains,   mi re or less, to. 1     Ic of  rivei
thence son;!, 10 chains al   .. bank ci ri.-: rto t\uo
if commeni emei t.
Keb.2 . 1909.       JOSEI -' :r."  I tl ���*'*.
Take notict that I. Jo] .  1 leant, of Prince R>
pert. D. C, :; h ")���;��� ht, d I   i.. ply  for per
nission to purchase the .'*! . ing described Iai   .
Commencing ata post pi ��� ; ��� I on thew<  tl   ii
of the Skeena ri1 cr, b bout   n< and one hai
lelow Lome  en  k,  thei   .   .'! chains west,   .
'hains 3011th, 'In rhains eustt ��� bank 0* riv-t r,
0 chains north along bank of river to place
:ommencement.
February26, lfl 9. JOHN PICANT.
Take notice that I, Bi iwell R. McDouald,
Prince Rupert, B.C., cuet ims -i': er, : itend tot 1
ply for permission to purchase the following < ;
cribed lands: Comi 1 icing at a post planted 01
the west bank of Skei ariver, about seventee
miles above Kitselas, thence 40 chains ivest, ���
mains north, 40 chains cast. 80 chains south alon
the bank of the Skeena river to place oi" com
mencem'ent.
Feb. 25, 1909.       BOS WELL R. McDONALD.
Take noticethat Alf Price, merchant, of London,
intends to apply for permission to purchase th*
following deseribed lands:    Commenc Ing  at
post planted at the south-east corner of Lot 900,
1 thonce north 60 chains, east^ Hi chains, south 10
I eliains, more or lees to Neehaco river, thence Up
j Btream to point of commencement, containing 4E0
1 acres, more or lesa.
I     Uov. 25, 1908. ALF PRICE.
Take notice thai f. Jerry Bonnear, rcstaurai
'teeper, of Prir.ce Rupert, B.C., intend to nj 11,
or p< rmission 11 * ur< 1 ae the .'��� Ii iwing desi rib
.: ! ad: C .' encinj at a post planted on th<
west bank of the Skci 0 river, about one h
. :)e below Fidi r ci ck, th( n ev,p chains weei
'0 chains north,80 chain east, mi re or less, to ris
er bank, thence south 10 chains, along bank <
river, i>place ���*��� con   . ni ement.
Fe >r\ 1 ry 26, 1909. JERRY BONKEAR.
Tc.be:. th c 11 at 1. ;'   ma Pat n   re.marriedwt
man, of Princi  Ruj ert, ii tei '1       ��� ly  Pi r    ��� 1
������:  ilon to purchasf Lh< fellowing described Hn
(  m mencing at a post planted      .' ��� w ��� ���
f the Skeena river, ah    tsi;  eeu miles   '   :��� :   I
< '���:." -  cai y- n, thence is weat,    '���    .
lorth, 40 chains c��f1   i ,...:.   bank ��    rl".
er, thence 80   hail long I ink   ������  rlv* r I
1   Int - .' c -:������   icnceh   nt.
Fel ruai 19 9 EMM '   ������. TMORE.
.  Tnk�� :   '' ethal '. Anna K. Smith, married w<
nnr.  ���'���' Prim : R i; ert, B. C., intend t ��� ap] ly ���  1
��� er tissioi   to j urchni i  the .' 1   v; ig dei . 1II ���
land:   <   tnme ncin r at 1 , ost pi 11 ted m th<   ��� .
bank of Skeena river, about el] ht  milei   abuvi
Kit elas canyon, the   ���  30 ch) '     ivei t, 40 chai
n irth ��0 chains east, n   re  r!�� 13, to bank - I r
er, th( nee 40 chains m uth alon v bunk of river I
place of commencement.
Febru ry26, 19  I. ANNA K.SMITH.
Takonotlce that I,  Vi mon W. Smith, accoui
tant, of Prlnc<   Rupert, )'���.(',.'  tend to appls
isston ti  purchi      the      ' di
:.:: Co mencii ' 1 st tlonted n the w&
bank of the Skeci a cr, al ! ; miles ab ���
Kitscln     1  ���     .   ti 20 ��� '   :     '������'  L, ' ��� ��� '
north,2    ���. -m I t ��� i*'vi i-' a ik, thi LOi
ith    1 point 1    ���   mj.11 nci    -   t.
) el roan 25, I I 1.        VERNO ' vV- ' WITH.
Tal anoti tl John PeterBrannan, Sea !i
; '.-���   "��.. wan   ���     ��� Intends 1     pply for per
*.    sion I   puri tl     follow ing dercribi    hi
<      1-     cini 1       ; ; inted  -n thi north 1 Idi
Lai miles 1     11    Lot  214, w
Inh R : led rli ' rchj se n th( ei si aide
north K0 chains,        I     1        ' Ll *  *     .
hi ici m ' . ... I .l't 1 li ' 1 ��� : ��� ! P com
mencemi  I.
Ji '*     PETER BRANNAN.
Dec. 6. 1908, tl ui Skoll   1 ie,  1  - nl
OMNECA L ,ND D   TRICT
Distrii     i ''-"st.
i fi   haco Valley.)
Take notlci Llml I ,. dloy Crcnsc, ' iwj i r, of VI -
torln   *��� 1   ���   ut, 1*1:    tu aw ly  Cot    cm li   111   I
pur* foil     *  ���  ���   .-��� rile, li ii i*:
(  ijni    ��� ��� ing at a pest planted ,'; chains aoi
the north-wcat \   I   ��� * ol Sei 11 in 26, TownaliJi
:*, K inifi  '  tin nee m rti I 0 i mil.��. .  . i . I cl lina,
aouth 8" i     "   ��� ��� ��� ��� '     ' ohaina to the *,; lint ,
...,.- : :, nei   . * riitaining840acrci   mi reor leaB.
October 8t, * 08, LINDLKK I REAI E
James A. Hickey, a.�����,(.
Tako notice that J. Ham Bati helor, clerk, o(
: ,: ttle, W ish��� ii I, nds toai ply , r 111 nil. I m to
purcliaeo I. e followin : , i cribed lands:
Commencing: at a i iti planted at tiie n rth-east
oorni t-of lol 2004, Bans .. l-'rascrla :,. B.C.thi in ,
east B0 chairis, Bouth 21 chabis. \vc��,l SO chaina,
north 20 chains to tiie point of commencement!
and containing 160 ai n    m re  r:, s.
December I, 1918.      3. J1AKKY IIATCHEi.OK.
Take notice that ThoniaB Coaper, merchant, of
Vlui riii, B.C., Intends i i apply i*i* permission to
purchase the following describe I lands:
Commencing at a pub!; pls-nted about 80 chairis
east and 40 chains north of .the north-east , mer
of pection 24, township K range IV, Neehaco Valley, B.C.", theneo west 9) ehains, south 80 chalnB,
dasi 80 ch: *i s, ni rth B0 chains to the point uf con)-
m, icerrient, i intaining 40 acres, moro or less.
December 14, 1008. THO..;/,:; COOPER.
Tako notice thai Thomas McGowm, merchfint,
of Sp'oKi in*. Intend u<> aiply for] -  .*.' \ ,-|i[/i v
chase the follo--A 1::, d< i frtbed |ahd&:
Commencing at a p ht planted o; the right bank
of ti.e lower Neehaco ri-er, about 4 miles ���.-usterly
(down utreai-i) ttatn tht eastern bounda.'y of 6tc-
tion 24, township 1, pan; e IV, Neehaco Valley, B. |
C, thence south SO ,:liah is, east SO chains, north &0. j
chainB, west 80 chains t o tho poitit of commencement nnd containing 64C acres, more or less.
December 12, 1008.     . THOMAS McGOWAN.
Take notice thai Mart In B. McGowan, merchant,
of Spokane, intends to apply for permission to
pu'rcn'ase tn*-) fbllo-wing desci-ibed lands:
Commencing at a posl. planted on the right bank
of vlie lower Neehaco ri ver. at the north-east eorner of lot 820, range I'*/. Neehaco valley, B. C-,
theneo south 80 chains., east ��) chains, north E0
chain!-, more or less, to the rlghtbank of the Lower Neehaco yiver, them e following the said riKht
bank up stream toth-e pointof ���.-ummencemont,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
December 13, IMS.       MAKTIN B. McCOWAN.
Take notice that Colin McDougall, accountant!
of Victoria, B.C.. intends to applyfor permission
to purchase the follovring described lands:
Commencing at u post planted on the right bank
of the lower Neehaco river, about 4 miles down
si ream (easterly! from the eastern boundary of
set tion 24, township 1, range IV; Neehaco Valley,
B.C., thencesouth 80chains,"-west80chalnB, north
80 chains, moreor less, to the rlghtbank of the
Lower Neehaco river thence following the said
right bank down Btream (easterly) to the point of
commencement, containing i;<10 acres more or lc:-\j.
December 12, 1908.       COLIN McDOUGALL,
fakon,  i*, ih*' William Sten'ten Parker Cla--k,
contractor, ,,r Victoria, B.C.! intend to apply for
ei- lission to iur 'hose tin* follo'wln--^ desc'ripQU
i nd i:      Coi m * ncing ; 1 a post planted 80 chains
south of th,     nth-e ntcoi-n, f lot829, rangeIV,
Neehaco volley,  B.C., tlience north  80 chains,
ost     .-hail   .  south 80 chains, east 80 chains to
hepointof commencement, and containing 640
icres, more or lens,
D( iber 18, 1908.
WILLIAM STEPHEN PARKER riAI.-JK.
Tube i* ti?ethat Louis EbenezerGooding, nBSay
er, of Crofton, B.C., intends to apply for permi:
Blon to purchase the following described lands:
Comn Ing al n post planted 80 chains south
if the Bouth-eaBt corner of lot ^20. ranj e IV, Ne
i liac * va)li \. B.C., ihence soulh l"-'l r:*hai is. west 8fi
hains, north 80 chains, east, sn ehains to point ol
commencement, containing ii*in acres more or less
LOUIS EBENEZER GOODING.
December 18, 1908,
Take  noiice  that  Warren Wildes, logyer, ct
Westholm, B.C., intends'to applyfor permisBic:
to purchase the f II iwing described lands:
Commencing at a post planned 80 chains south r,j
he south-east c run* of lot 829, range IV, Ne, 1.
���*> Valley. B.C., thenee north SO chains, eat I  ft
hairs, south So chains, west 80 chains to point <
!ommencement, containing R40! crep, nv re i r 'r;-
WAK1 EN WILDES.
December 18, i:*1* .
Take notice that Nisae Aivazoff,  merchant, *
.".*i ria, B. C., intends to apply f r remission -
in-chai e the ft llov, ing der-< ribed 1 inds:
Commencing at a posl   ;. ii-u : :*.;* ui   ''  <t*
east and 20 chains s uth of the south-en I      r,
' Fecti m 21, |:ownship 1, r.u-re-1, Nci ' a,
*.C., thev.ee east '*:* * i ii :-. si nth 80 i.ln rs, , ���
ri chains,  north 80 chains to the \. ir.,t i
encement and <    itainin**; 040 acr- s, n   re or It*
DecemberlO, 1908. i IS , " ' I fi V.
Take notice that Solomon Camri  n, con'.rr.ct i
" Victoria, B.C., intends t' :*-;iy      ricn, i;s"
* purchase the folio* ' >* dei * i    -*��� land's:
Commencing at a post rl  riled i    ,ut8mi!es eci*
I 20 chains scuta ��� '���' ti e soutb-easl ci mer
.* *tlon 24, township 1, r: ������*. < ���'. Nechnci v 1
.C, thence west eighty ohains, north 80 chah
ri   r less, to the ri: ht ba  i   ,1   i!*.*l ower  I i
hi      Hver, thence easterly ��� * chains,  follov h
r said rl  hi bank, thei cc    iuth SO chains, n ��� i*
rless.tothe pointof commencement, and c
ining i 40 acres, more i r less,
Decen her 11, 1908,      SOLOMON CAMERCf* .
Take no-tjee that Thomas  Alnxand
ameron, clerk, <-<i  Ft.., ���!;'.: -j, B.C, ii
ds t( :.-. ii -.- '��� '���   p   *,,, Si  on     i*   I
!r-:;p the !, IJowing d EC ���'���':���:���
; m lencirii  a< a posl pi; i  ed a! on
ailes east and 20 chains  sou'^h of    '
louth-ieast corner of section  24,   tow;'
ihip 1, riM*-* lV, Neehaco valley, ���
lence wes  SO chains, north 80 - hai .
ast 80 chains,   south 80  chains  to'h
loint of connnrncement,   ai *.:  contai
ng 6';- aci  s, more or less.
Thomas -vlexander Cameron.
Decembe?" t2, 1908.
Takfi notice that Morris Owen, fav r-
er, of Crow, Oregon,   intends to  apj
'or permission to purchase I ho follov
ig described lands:   Commencin*: a* :
ost planted at lhe  north*-wrest   ccrnt
���*.f lorS29, on therij htbanli of the Lev
:rNeehaco river, thence 3ou h lOch .
vest 60 chains, north 20 ch ir.s.mor
less, to  the- right bapk of    h    I <
���lechaco river,   thence   li* l.*    *-
laid right bank downstre; m le h
f commencement, and  corftaii i.v. :.
teres, more or !* as,
December 13,1908.      Morris Owe:
OMINECA LAND DISTR1  T
District of Cassiar.
Take notice thatl, Agnes EvaCharle-
;;in married woman, of Hazelton, B.C.,
ntend to apply for permission to pur-
hast the following di scribed lands:
!< ninencing at a pos! planted on the
' *'.h ������ ri .��� a< thi so ith-east corm r
f lot 363, ih i .-. 2 I chaii i . st, si . h
��� ��� ehains ea it ! I chains, nor h !0 chai. .*
*��� | , . e of com   i nee   11   .
ag:;:*;i eva ciilrmson.
v*   ch B   ' 109. C. G. Harvey, a. '.
Take notici thai I, f>. Ifred E. Price,
* ��� man, of K11 -*:".*a'*.. Skeena river
.'.C, intei ds lo apply forpermission '
lii * h he Eollo 'in   di scril ed 1 nds
omn ���   * i     a   a    o il | lanted on   'li
h ;':. ill of lhe  Skeena river, al out
-,     :*"- tl ov *     itwin ..' . dii Indian
reserve line,   thence following Indian
line 40 chains north, thenc east
1 chains,thence south to Irani: ofSkeena
���i er, th noe following bEn'*: of river to
oinl of con nencement and containing
160 aci i s, nor  or less.
r b uary 22, 1909,
ALFRED E, PRICE,
NOTICE!
Noiice in hereby given  that applica-
ion will be made  to   the   ' egis ative
VHsembly of  the  Province of British
Columbia al its n :xl b ssion for an Aci
1o   amend   the   "Pacific,   Northern   &
Omineca Railway Act, 1900," being 64
'���/' :tor a, Chapter 50 of the Statutes of
he Province of British Columbia, by
ivi.ii; the company power to construct,
equip, operate and maintain a line of
railway also from the junction of the
:*(lia and Copper rivers, or the vicinity thereof,  in  Coast  District, to the
junction   of   the   Bulkley and  Telkwa
rivers, or the vicinity thereof, in Coast
District,   in   the   Province  of   British
Columbia; and to amend the "Pacific,
Northern   &   Omineca   Railway    Aet,
Amendment Act, 1905," being Edward
VII, Chapter 07  of   the  Statutes of
British   Columbia,   by   extending   the
time for completion of the work of construction of the line of railway as limited by section 2 pf the said Act until
the 26rh day of June, 1911.
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 20th of
December, 1908.
Bodwioll & Lawson,
fc-6 Solicitors for the Applicants.
ssaytisg
Gold, Silver,
Copper, each GOc.
G. G. WEST
Provincial     530 Richards St.,
Assayer. Vancouver, B.C.
4Se   Bet.
Keeps a Full Stock of���
SeneralHeicliaiii
AT LOW PRICES
Kitselas is on Skeena River,
and a short distance from the
mouth of Copper River.
Prospectors' and Settlers' Supplies
Always on Hand,
!  WEJPKJNT
5 '   Cojrtmerclal Stationery,
Booklets, Ctrc \U rs'an-J ail
kln-lsof Advertising
JLite'rtttui^., a^'-the*
]  Herald Printing (Mce
I . ���*- tei    B,. .
v
��rv ���'���'" ''      i ������ ���  ���'
r	
\
S' r; c   j 1    . * .  .   i .
respecjt.    ' *. .i'p tr.o: j"-.;
ch.      Oirtii   cr.,      * . '   ci
!���'"! ioxane Hi       ��������� '���     ��� .*���.   {
Re'l -abU iiu *n:i    ci  or tl      |
Norwi mint r!or of hi\'cei   ,H
Coluiiibia.     Gcod    Bi.nq.:
rooms.
n
It    k;   V-       L;   t ���'    i- I.KU l�� |l
Vvaltei B'-rcs Manager,     i
--���.^T      ��-*J ������  >-,-
i-     n L* '    t   <  i
| ���U-Bui-iw-V-A   IlviU |j
HAZELTON.
Th: traveling public will
find the best accorr.moda-
tions at Ihis ho'el at
reasonable rates, The
choicest brands of liquors
find ci;.;a s always on
hand.
J, C.  K. Sealy,   Prop.
The only hotel between Hazelton anil th-2 Bulkley Valley.
First class accommodation for
the traveling public at reasonable rates. Choice assortment-
men t of liquors and cigars always on hand. Store in con-
nccion	
E BRENDON
PROPRIETOR.
FIRST CLASS
Barber Shop
In the Omineca Hotel.
Clothes Pressing gfj*sg��
TOM ALLEN,     -    PROPRIETOR.

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