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Array Vol. I.
HAZELTON, B. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 199.
No. -33.
News by Telegraph.
Buffalo, February 19���The Longboat-
Schrubb fifteen mile race has been
postponed until February 25.
Louisville, Ky., February lg���Dorando was outdistanced by thirteen laps in
a fifteen mile race, by three local relay
runners.
City of Mexico, February 19--Between 250 and 400 persons were burned
to death and many injured in a fire which
destroyed a theatre at Acapulco on the
west coast. The fire, started by moving picture films becoming ignited and
quickly spread to the decorations. The
audience of one thousand people made
at onee a mad rush for the three small
exits which soon became choked with
struggling bodies.
This performance at the theatre had
been made the occasion of a notable
society event and many of the wealthiest snd oldest families were in attendance, including Americans. In som<
cases whole families were wiped out.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.
Berlin, February 18���Mysterious attacks on women, recalling the notorious
"Jack the Ripper" cases of Londoi
some years ago, have been a daily oc-
cu-.rr.nce for tho past week in this city.
Fifteen womra have been stabbed ii
the abdomen but most of them recovei-
ed. The unknown assailant is still a
large and the police are offering an increased reward for his capture.
Ottawa, February 19���Taylor, member for New Westminster, will mon
.for copies of all correspondence betwec;
the deputy minister of justice and officials of the penitentiary relating to tin
visit of an alleged detective to Bi:
Miner and the subsequent escape o
Miner.
New Castle, Eng., February 18���13
miners are entombed as a result of a:
explosion in a coal mine at Sranley.
Constantinople' Eebruary 19���A se
vere earthquake shock occurred a
Vilayet in the Sivas district. Man-
buildings were damaged and over thirl
people killed. Shocks wore felt as fa
away as Buda Pcsth, where walls wer
cracked and a few buildings fell.
Montreal, February 17���Two are deaf
and ten per cent of the population o
La Prairie are afflicted with an ur
known disease. Symptoms of the dis
ease are black and swollen tongues
accompanied by splitting headaches.
Ottawa, February 20���Ih the hous<
the minister of justice gave the name
of the detectives who were perimttei
an interview with Bill Miner in tin
penitentiary prior to his escape. lit
said permission was not asked nor ol
tained from the deparment. He had ro
information regarding Australian bond*
liaid to have been stolen by Miner.
Glasgow, February 20���The Canadian
curlers defeated six rinks fron
Dumfrieshire with a score of 10S to 01.
Syracuse, N. Y., February 20���In a
two man relay race against Hayes thi
fatter won.
Montreal, February 20���The C P. K.
has decided to equip its steamships will
wireless apparatus and work will star-
immediately.
Smyrna, February 19- During a severe earthquake at Phocea and Mene-
men, a dozen houses collapsed but no
loss of life was reported.
San Juan, Porto Rico, Februaty IP���
An earthquake was felt here and at
St. Thomas but no damage was done.
Fred Allen left for the BulKley
Valley Wednesday.
George Duhamel came in from
the Bulkley on Tuesday last.
N. D. McMillan of Bulkley
Valley was in town yesterday.
Rev. W. II. Pierce of Kispiox
was a visitor in town Thursnay.
Jack MackenrMck and T.
Brewer left for the Bulkley Thursday.
P. Powers, of Bulidey Valley,
was a visitor in Hazelton this
weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton of
Pleasant Valley were in Hazelton
Monday.
Fred Heal, Jr., after spending
a few days in Hazelton, left for
the Bulkley Wednesday.
Jodn Dorsey came in from the
BulKley Thursday and will leavt
for the coast in a few days.
William Ware, manager of the
Hudson,s Bav Co. at Babine, left
for his post Sunday morning.
Herbert Hankin, who has beer
ill at Kitselas for several weeks,
arrived in Hazelton Wednesday.
Carl Dunlevy left for Babim
yjstcrday, where he will rejoii
tie rest of the party on their waj
to Ingineca.
D. Menard arrived from Port
"ssington Tuesday and will go t*
he Ingineca, where his place
laims are located.
J. H. Gray, P.L.S., arrived in
'own Tuesday with  part of his
:rew and  will   start   down the
iver in a few days.
W. J. McAfee, of the Hudson'?
3ay store, left the first of tlv
veeic for Babine and expects to
)e away about two weelfs.
Pert Long and J. V. Hitten
iousc are visitors in town thi.
veek, registering from Olive'
>eek, which is a short distanc*
���elow Lome CreeK.
The party of placer miner.-
vhose arrival was announced lasl
veeK, left for the Ingineca aftei
i short stay in town, where they
������cured an outfit and supplies.
R. S. Sargent left for the coast
this morning. He expects to visi.
uis father in Saskatchewan and
be back to the coast in time t<
take the first boat up the river.
IT. P. ,lone3 and family left
'lazelton for their new home
Thursday. The hotel building i.*
iow completed and the Nev
Glacier House will soon be receiving guests,
J. H. Gray, government surveyor, accompanied by his party,
J. M. Milligan, Leslie Julian,
Robert Clark, Harvey Walk* r
and Fred Fenn, will leave over
the trail for the coast Sunday
morning. Owing to the rain of
the last few days they will go by
Kitimat instead of following the
3keena to Port Essington. The
whole party expect to return to
this district as soon as navigation
opens.    	
The Rupert City arrived at Prince
Rupert from Vancouver on Wednesday
afternoon, making the trip in 43 hours,
and losing three hours by a snowstorm
at. Albert Bay. She took 20 steerage
and ten first-class passengers on the return trip, leaving at 7 o'eloek on Thursday morning. ���Empire.
A Matter of Common Honesty.
From time to time the Government department which has such
things in charge issues bulletins
giving analyses of foods, canned
and otherwise.   These valuable
reports   reach    the   newspaper
offices and serve to instruct people who are wise already.    Hansard contains several informing
debates on the wickedness of the
producer toward ricklcs and how
he puts bone dup;. in sausages,
and cocoanut husks in his ground
pepper, and how what he does to
raspberry jam isn't fit to print.
The law of Canada is very strict
about making the can live up to
the label, and, if there is gelatin
or glue or grated turnip in the
preserves the word "compound"
has to appear in a conspicuous
place.   What's more, the law is
observed.    There is, in  short, a
most effective system of protection  on   paper.   The  Canadian
stomach is well guarded if the
Canadian head knows enough to
regard the signs and read the
warnings.    This,   of course,   is
where  the  system   fails.    The
word "compound" means nothing
to the average buyer, because in-
rormation on these subjects is not
sufficiently  general.    Plenty   of
knowledge   there  is   in   official
luarters,   but   this   Knowledge
loosn't filter down to the people.
Vhat is needed at  the bacK of
iur excellent pure food laws is a
>risK corps of food * inspectors.
And what is needed bacK of food
awsand food inspectors is alittli
���ommon honesty in tradesmen. ���
jollier's.
More Pcwerrul Machinery for Boat.
The river steamer Skeena, owned by
Foley, Welch & Stewart,   who use her
for  taking suppli     tb their grading
���amps along Skeena river, is to be al-
crcd.   She was placed on ways on Fri-
lay.   Captain Sanborn, who is superintendent, of Foley,   Welch  &  Stewart's
transportation   department,    may   be
luoted as saying:     "We  found  thai
vhile the Skeena was a good  boat, she
:ould be improved by giving her mori
power and altering the stern,   as she
ras not a good backer in swift  water.
Ier power will be increased  from 200
o 260 horse power."     The alterations
vill be made by Ge< rge  Askew of Vic-
oria, who has chargo of the  Yukon &
White Pass fleet of steamers at White-
horse.   He brought up six ship carpen-
ers with him, and as he has  the reputation of being ono of the best men on
ho coast in  his  line of business, the
���Jkeena w!!l bo a performer when navi-
ration on Skeena river opens in March.
I'he  Skeena made a record  last year
hat has not been equaled by any other
;oat operating on the Skeena river, and
:aptain  Sanborn is of the opinion thai
she will do even better in  1909.     The
ways on  which she is  placed are.  near
1909     $90,000,000
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 rails laid on Government.
section of National Transcontinental
Railway, 210.
Government expenditure on same to
date, $.17,000,000.
Canadian Pacific will build more than
500 miles in the west during the year.
Canadian Pacific built in Ontario
above 250 miles lasl year.
Canadian Northern construction during 1908, 583 miles in Manitoba and
Saskatchewan and 347 miles in the
eastern provinces.
Herald Job Printing is the best.
Royceoft Philosophy.
By Fra Elbertus.
People are always asking you to follow their advice, but they are seldom
willing to tell you which way it went.
Freedom and truth are Siamese twins.
Melancholy is the fate of the funny
man.
All that ministers to human happiness is divine.
A good man will ever respect you for
i an honest Conviction; whether he agrees
��� with it or not matters little.
I
Nature  gives us facts, but it is  for
j man to distil facts from nature.
The strongman's reward lies in being
I strong.   Is that not enough?
Fate, hate and prdjudice deprive a
i a person of the ability to arrive at cor-
i rect conclusions.
Unrest in India.
To put it mildly, there is unrest in India. Education is responsible for part of it; the Japanese victory over Russia, perhaps,
for the rest. The Kaiser mav have said, or he may not, that Great
Britain's alliance with Japan was treachery to the white man'a
cause. That would be putting it strong. But the fact remains,
that neither in Canada nor Australia has it pleased the eyes of the
Anglo-Saxon to see ourselves linked-arms with the brown brother.
If there is a yellow peril, or a brown peril, or a black one, it does
not make it less perilous to take it to our bosom. The East ia
awakening. We should be very thankful if the yellow man and the
brown man, when they open their eyes at last, keep the place that
Providence has assigned them, not straying from their own Asia
to swamp us by sheer numbers. India is part of that Asia which is
beginning to see the light of day, and British rule there must work
out its own salvation. For a hundred and fifty years now it has
beer, a preserve for the young sons of noble English families. It has
about paid running expenses. But can this sort of thing go on forever ? Will the child never kick off its swaddling clothes ? It was
Viscount Morley, we believe, the present Secretary for India, whd
dubbed that country "the Wart of Empire." Will the wart ever
be removed ? If so, when and by whom ? How are we to regard
���Japan in the Far East ? As the little brown brother or the little
brown bother ?���Collier's Weekly.
lie mouth of Hays creel
I have been
.milt ai an expense >)f over $--"00.���The
Prince Rupert Empire.
Railway Construction.
The Toronto Globe says: "Every
farm nni3t bo brought within easyreaeh
of railway accomodation, for a long
haul by wagon or sleigh makes farming
operations unprofitable, The need of
additional lines being recognized both
by promotors and investors, the Globe
thinks that 1909 will be a year of exceptional railway development. From its
article the following interesting facts
are taken:.
Miles of railway in Canada in
1907       22,452
Miles built in 1908     1,248
Miles now under construction..     4,327
Probable expenditure, durirg
Imperial Garrison at Halifax.
Comes the rumor that Halifax is to have an imperial garrison1
again and that the Canadians there are to see foreign service. The
Canadians in garrison at Halifax belong to the regulars, and may
be ordered to any part of the empire. The Militia Act, we understand, does not apply to the Permanent Force. The citadel is not
the buttress of Britain's mignt in Halifax. It is practically dismantled. The real defenses are elsewhere, and York Redoubt, for
example, is not a gazing-stock for tourists. The garrison is Canadian only in name, the ranks being recruited from time-expired
British soldiers and young fellows from the Old Country, to whom
sixty cents a day, with lodgings, rations, and clothes, looks like a
lot. No enterprising Canadian can make up his mind to work for
that money, even if it does mean death and glory, and, what's more,
he hasn't the lackey spirit in him to eke out his wages by taking
tips from the visitors he shows over the citadel. If there are any
Canadians in garrison at Halifax, they will doubtless welcome'
foreign service, active at that, as a chance to get a look-in at a
.nan's job. ���Collier's Weekly.
The Value of Criticism.
Without honest criticism this world would be a cipher in the1
sum of time and we a lot of sapheads. Cr.'ticijm honestly main-:
tained and conscientiously directed is the finest tonic a community
can have. The thing is, not to be afraid of criticism nor to hate it,
but rather to court it and profit by it. The author afraid oi criticism is a "dub," the actor who cannot stand criticism is a false
alarm. Progressive men in all vocations court criticism. They recognize in their severest critic their best friend. It is the man of small'
calibre that looks upon criticism as opposition. The critic is destructive only to those things and conditions which are of themselves
destructive. Silence criticism and you take out of the community,
its best impulse in the daily march forward. Criticism is not chastisement. It is the goad that inspires men to do things, not dream
them.���Walker's Weekly. ' THE OMINECA HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
Hotel
Hazelton
Strictly First lasj in every
respect. Headpuarters for
the Omineca, Ingenica,
Kispiox and Bulkley Valley.
Reliable information on the
Northern Interior of British
Columbia. Good sample
rooms.
Thos. Olson, Proprietor.
Walter Boms, Manager.
r
Omineca Hotel
HAZELTON.
��=l^a-M|>a
The traveling public will
find the best accommodations at this hotel at
reasonable rates. The
choicest brands of liquors
and ciga s always on
hand.
J. C. K. Sealy,   Prop.
KITSUMKALUM
HOTEL
KITSUMKALUM, B.C.
This splendid new hotel lately
opened at Kitsumkalum, situated on the Skeena River
and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway about eighty miles east
of Prince Rupert, offers every
accommodation to the traveling public at reasonable rates.
Choice brands of liquors and
cigars always on hand. Well
stocked 3tore in connection.
t��C=��'
E. BY & CO., Props.
the Omineca let aid
Printed  every  Saturday at Hazelton,
British Columbia.  ��
DeVoin & Coyle Publishers.
���
L
Do You
want a
home?
Are you lookirfg for
an Investment ?
Lands in the Sunny
Bulkley.
Don't make the same mistakes
twice, but buy on the G.T.P. now.
Settlers located, lands inspected
and staked, Papers for Preemption, Lease, Purchase, Declaration of Intention, &c, drawn
up.
Williams
THE LAND MAN
Notary Public.        TELKWA.
Subscriptions to points in Canaja and other
British possessions will be received on the following terms:
One year       -       -        -       J3.00
Six months        - 1.75
European and othey /orcifrn countries, $1.00 per
year extra.
Advertising rates���$1.50  per  inch  per month;
reading notices 15c per line first insertion, 10c per
line each subsequent insertion.      '  *���
Notices fin* Crown Grants -       ���       $7.00
"   Pu .'chase of Land * -       -        -     7.00
I,icen'cB'to Prospect for Coal 5.00
Branch Offices:
Telkwa,  Bulklbv Valley���Fred, Heal, Jr.,
MANAGER,
Port Essington, RC.-A. .1. Maiheson, Manager
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1909.
A conservative estimate of the
value of furs shipped from Hazelton during last year is placed
at $60,000. Of this amount at
least $25,000 worth were bought
by the dealers in this town, the
remainder coming from Bulkley
Valley and the interior Hudson's
Bay posts- Babine, Fraser Lake,
Stuart Lake, Fort Graham and
McLeod Lake. Although the
quantity of fur handled each
year is steadily decreasing in this
district, the value of each skin
taken is yearly increasing, so
the total value handled remains
about the same. The figure given
above may be taKen as a fair
average for the past ten or fifteen
years. In the ordinary course of
events this will not be greatly reduced in the next few years, as
the vast country to the north and
east will be producing valuable
sKins for a good many years.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Editor Herald :
Dear Sir, -My friends and I
intend going to your part of the
country tc settle. We are farmers and would like to know the
conditions there. Would you be
so kind as to answer the following questions :
1. Will oats, wheat and barley
grow and mature, and what price
do thev bring ?
2. What kinds .of vegetables
are grown successfully ?
3. What kinds of wild hay and
what is the cut per acre ?
4. What is the cut of timothy
to the acre ?
5. Have there been any fruit
trees planted and if so do they
grow ?
C. Do you grow small fruit and
what kinds ?
7. What kind of soil is general I
throughout the valleys ?
8. Is irrigation required ?
9. Are there any horses, cattle,
hogs, chickens, etc., being bred
and raised ?
10. Is there any government 11
surveyed lands not yet located ?
11. Is there any government
unsurveyed land not yet located?
12. What are the best routes
to take to reach the Bulkley and
Kispiox valleys ?
13. Are there supply stores ?
14. Does the location line of
the Grand Trunk Pacific run
through the Bulkley Valley ?
15. What settled part of Eastern Canada and the United States
does your country compare with?
16. Have you timber sufficient
for building purposes ?
17. Is there coal ? If so, what
distance from the settlement ?
18. Is there any quartz mining
in the vicinity of the farming
lands ?
19. Is the country well supplied
with water ? Is there sufficient
for water power ?
C. H. McL.
Calgary, Alta.
above communication we would
reply as follows:
1. Yes, to perfection, especially
the winter varieties. Oats and
barley sell for five cents a pound
at the ranch.
2. Potatoes, turnips, cabbage,
carrots, practically Everything
grown anywhere in a temperate
climate.
3. Peavine and bluestern. One
and one-half to two tons to the
acre.    '
1 From two to four tons.
5. Yes.
6. Yes. Raspberries, blackberries, stiawberries, gooseberries, currants, etc
7. Black loam and black sandy
loam with a clay sub-soil
8. No.
9. Yac.
10. Yes.
11. Yes.
12. From Vancouver to Port
Essington and from there by
river steamer to Hazelton and
thence by wagon road to the
Bulkley Valley.
13. Yes.
14. Yes. The road is being
constructed from Prince Rupert
to the Bulkley Valley at the pres-.
ent time.
15. Ontario, Wisconsin, Iowa.
16. Yes.
17. Yes. One hundred square
miles of coal land have been located adjoining Bulkley and Kispiox valleys.
18. Yes. More than 300 claims
are located in the district.
19. Yes. Plenty for all purposes.
Precocity Costs Too Much.
A child that can read and write when
two years old, speak four languages at
five, and enter the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at ten, is evidently a remarkable infant.
William J. Sidis of Brookline, Mass.,
is the child whi^has had this marvelous
and almost incredible record His parents are Russian, a fact which according to popular though ill-founded no-
���tions, explains his linguistic achievements, and they are both doctors. Their
profession, in turn, presumably supplies hereditary basis for intellectuality,
but it also would have led them, one
might suppose, to delay rather than
to hasten the mental growth of their
remark-able offspring, for they must
know the danger of allowing a development so obviously out of season.
A few child prodigies, indeed have
grown up to be men of talent, and even
of genius, but chfS"Ka*s" rarely been the
case.
Yet this child may be pne of the exceptions ii whom1 history mentions perhaps half a -dozen, who leaped the vene-
gative and animal stages of human
growth n.!most.entirely, not by a rush
through li��fi that compressed two years
into months but by ii sudden rise to the
level of maturity. Even that ia a misfortune for childhood, though not, as
the platitudinists have it, the happiest
part of life, yet has its joys and amenities, and it id not well for any human
beihg to miss them.���N. Y. Times
Aerial Cars.
Regar.ling Zeppelin's present plans
Director Tollman, who is interested
with him in the German company bearing the distinguished' aeronaut's name,
has made the following interesting
statements .
"We have received," he said, "a
large number of orders for ail ships
from societies which propose to organize tourist trip through the air. These
can only be filled upon the completion
of new buildings, wheie the work can
be carried on. This will be, probably
in 1909. In from three to five years,
however, we will have gone so tar thai
airship tours over Germany will bf
feasible.
"It may soumj fantastic, but th(
Zeppelin Company has already worker
out plans for a series of round trips oi
this kind from Friedrichschafen to Cologne, Hamburg and Berlin and back.
On such a tour it would be possible to
provide accommodation for 30 persons
on each trip without inconvenience.
This is the music for the future, but of
the possibility of realising the**-* ideas
the members of the Zeppelin Company
are convinced.
All   kinds  of printing done at
Herald office, Hazelton.
Thi
NOTICE 1
Notice is hereby given that application will be made to the Logislativt
Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia at its next session for an Aci
to amend the "Pacific, Northern &
Omineca Railway Act, 1900," being 0-
Victoria, Chapter 50 of the Statutes oi
the Province of British Columbia, by
giving the company power to construct,
equip, operate and maintain a line ot
railway also from the junction of the
Skeena and Copper rivers, or the vicinity thereof, in Coast District, to the
junction of the Bulkley and Telkw;
rivers, or the vicinity thereof, in Coas'
District, in the Province of British
Columbia; and to amend the "Pacific,
Northern & Omineca Railway Act,
Amendment Act, 1905," being Edwaro
VII, Chapter 67 of the Statutes oi
British Columbia, by extending th<
time for completion of the work of construction of the line of railway as limited by section 2 of the said Act until
the 26th day of June, 1911.
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 29th of
December, 1908.
BODVVELL & LAWSON,
fe6 Solicitors for the Applicants.
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To the questions asked in the
Now is the time to place orders for
n
W86
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.
GENERAL MERCHANT
HAZELTON, B.C.
NOTICE! *
Notice is hereby given that all pack
train rigging, riding saddles, etc.;
branded with the Circle C is the prop:
erty of C. Barrett & Co., and anyons
having same in his possession or offer-,
ing it for sale will be prosecuted.
C. BARRETT & CO.
Hazelton, B.C.
HaMton Hospital;
The Hazelton
Hospital i si
sues tickets for any1 period from one
month upward at $1 per month *n ad-
vance. This rate includes office consultations and medicines, as well as all
costs while in the hospital. Tickets obtainable 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.
Capital (paid up) $3,900,000,       Reserve $4,890,000
The ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Head Office: montreal, Que.
Pays particular attention to the accounts of out-
jf-town customers. The Savings Bank Depart-,
ment ofFers great advantages to everyone. We
i'phuq drafts and money orders payable in all part>,
of the world. .
POUT ESSINGTON BRANCH
S. A. Mouley   .. 1'       Manager.
New British Colombia
Lands
I have several splendid sections
of land for sale, ih the Bulkley
Valley, and Francis and Ootsa
:^ake country.
Lands Located, Cruised,
Bought and Sold.
Full information furnished on application.
If you wish to get in on the
ground floor along the Grand
Trunk Pacific write to
FRED. HEAL, Jr.
Aldermere, B.C.
HUDSON'S BAY CO.
INCORPORATED 1670.
General Merchandise
A full line of  everything thf
rancher, prospector and
miner may need.
?irst Quality.        HAZELTON, B.C,
C. V. SMITH
Hazelton, B.C.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HIGHEST   MARKET  DAW   UITDC
pmce paid for . . kaw rUKj
W. J* Larkworthy
General Merchant
Complete line of merchandise always on hand. Prospectors, Miners, Ranchers
and others supplied at
reasonable rates.
HAZETON
B.C.
:,*jrr^'gem:jv.r.i^i
x,txi>r* A-j^a wvt----*-*^^
All the news from the great Northern Interior of British
Columbia is printed every week in
THE OMINECA HERALD
MAZIiLTON, B. C.
All kinds of job printing. Subscription, $3 per year.
R. Cunningham
Son
The Pioneer Firm of Hazelton.
We'carry a fufhstock of���]
Groceries
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Notions, &c, Ac,
Highest Price Paid for Fors*
R. Ctmningbam & Son
Limited.
iamwuum-niwwLniiiMmmHMimm*u\jim
NEW STORE
I carry a complete line of
Groceries, Dry Goods and
Clothing; Hardware,
Stoves, &c. Furs bought
and sold .
Chas. Martin
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LAND NOTICES.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that John Cameron, of Orillia, Ont.,
farmer, intends lo apply for permission to purchase the following described land;���
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east
corner of Section 1, Tp. 11, R. tV, thence north 80
ehains, west SO chains, south NO chains, east 80
ehains tothe point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
7th October, 1908. John Cameron.
By his agent, G. p. Leask.
Take notice that James W. Johnson, of Orilliu
Ont., intends to apply for permission to purcnase
the the following described land;��� Commencing
at a post planted at the south-east corner of Section 10, Tp. 11, R. IV, thence north 80chuins, west
40 chains, south 10 eliains, west 40 ohalns, south
40 chains, cast 80 chains to the point of commencc-
racnt, and containing 180 acres, more or lass.
7th October, 1008. James W. Johnston.
By his agent, G. O. Leask.
Take notice that Arthuf George Tracey of Victoria, B.C., intends to apply for pprmlstfon to
purchase the following described land:���
Commencing at a post planted at the south-west
corner of Section G, Tp. S. R. IV, thence north 80
Chains, cant 60 chains, south 80 chqins, west 61
ehains lo the poinl of commencement nnd containing 480 acres, more or or less,
6th October, 1908. AtlTHUli George Tracey.
By his agent, G. O Leask.
Take notice that William J, Thomson, uf Lsth-
bridge, Alta,. intciui.. lo apply for permission to
purchase 11��-.- followjng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the north-west
corner, of Section 11, Tp. 11, Ii, IV. Ihence
south 80 chnins, i*un(. 80 ehains, north 80 chains,
west 80 chains to point of commencement and
containing 6-10 acres, more or less.
6th October, 1903. William J. Thomson.
By his agent, O. O. Leask.
Take no(lc�� tha.t Harold Despard Twigg, of Victoria, B. O.i intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Chrnmeneiiig at a post planted at the o- w. corner of Section 18, Tp. 11, R. IV, thenoe north 8C
chains, east 80 chains, south eighty chains, west
10 chains to tbe point of commencement ��nd containing 640 acres, more or lesa.
Harold PisrARD Twice.
Bth October. 1*108. By hit agent, G. O. Leask.
Take notice that Robert Nelson Ferguson, of
Victoria, B. C, agent, intends to apply for per-
mlaelon to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the s. w. corner of Section 12, Tp. 11, R. IV, thence north 8i.
chaina, east 80 chains, aouth 80 chaina, weat 80
ehains to the point of commencement and containing (40 acres, more or less.
ROBERT Nelson FeuOUSON.
tlb/Htobet, MOB. By hia agent, G O. Laaak.
Take notice that William Cameron Hamilton, of
Estiuimult, B. C. gentleman, intends toapply for
perniisslon to purchase the following described
land: commencing at a post planter at the s. c.
comer of Section 14, Tp. 11, R. IV; thence north
60 chnins, thence west'80 ehains, thence south
60 chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 480acres, moreorless.
29th Sept., 1908. William Cameron Hamilton;
By his Agent. G. O. I.eask.
Take notice that Evan S. PowiJI, of Regina,
Sask., clerk, inlend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands: ���
Commencing .il a posl. planted 60 chains east uf
the north-west corner of Section BI. Tp. 10, K. IV,
thence west GO chains, thence soulh 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, north 60 chains lo the point
of commencement, and containing 360 acres, more
or less. Evan S. Powell.
9th Oct., 190S. By his agent, G. O. Leask.
Take noiice that John Scott Robinson, of Regina, Sask.. stcamnlter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a posl planted at the south-east
corner of S-1. Tp. 11. R. IV; thence wesl60 chains,
south 80 chains, oast 40 chains, north '20 chains,
east 20 chains, north 60 ehains to the point of commencement and containing 140 acres, moreorless.
9th October, 190s. John Scott Robinson.
By his agent. G. O. Leask.
Take notice that Frank May, of Vernon, B.C.,
steamfitter, intends to apply for permission lo
purchase thp following described (and:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east
corner of Section 24, Tp. 11, R. IV; thence wesl 80
chains, north 80 chains, easl '80 chains, soulh 80
chains to the pointof commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
9th October, 1908, Frank May.
By his agent, W.H. Little,
Tukc notice that ('hnfles B. Daniell, of Victoria,
B. 0.i clvfk, intends to apply fur permission to
purchase the following descpibed laml: -
Commencing al a post planted at the north-cast
corner of of Section 20, Tp. 9, R, IV. Gray's addition tothe Poudrier survey, thence west 80 chains,
thence soulh 20 chains, thenrc east 40
chains, thence south 40 chains, thence wesl 40
chains, Ihence south 20 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence ,'nori h 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 480 acres, morn or
less. Charles B. Daniell.
8th October, 1909. By his agent. G. O. Leask.
Take notice that Mrs. Ell H Fish, of Bellingham, Wash., intends to apply for permission to
purchase-the fallowing described- lands:
Commencing ata post planted on the east side
of the Skeena River, about 4 miles above Meanskinisht, adjoining Eli It. Fish's purchase claim,
thence forty chains east, twenty chains north,
more or less, to the river, thence down the river
to point of commencement, containing forty
acres, more or less. MRS. ELI H. FISH.
7th Dec., 1908. Edward Fish, agent.
Take notice that GeorgQ W, Bunker, of BcOing-
hara. Wash.. U. S. A., farmer, intends to apply
for peimiMlon to purchase the following described landa:*��� Commencing at a post planted
aboat one mile south-east of Meanakinieht. and
ad*l'iln'Ba;P'|hw*T����n)lTi*��<��T.'�� -pfca.vmf.Hnn. lhan*-**.
south forty chains,least forty chains, nortli forly
chains, west forty chains   tothe pointof commencement, containing 160 acres,
December 8,1908. GEORGE W. BUN KER.
Edward Fish, agent.
Take noiice that I, Frank '.. McDowell, of
Bellingham, Wash., cook, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a i-osl planted on the east side
of the Skeena River, about two miles above
Meanskinisht, adjoining T.R. Tomlinson purchase
claim���post marked T.H.L.���thence fully chains
east, thence forty north', more or less to the river,
thence down the river to the point of commencement, containing 100 acres, more or les.-..
prank l. Mcdowell.
Dec. 8, 1908. Edward Fish. nKont.
Take notice that Ell II. Fish, of Bellingham,
Wash., cook Intends lo apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted on the east side
of the Skeena River, about three miles alwve
Meanskinisht. adjoining A. S. Gray's pre-emption, thence east*, forty chains, north forty chains,
moreor less, to the river, thence down the river,
to point nf commencement, containing 100 acres,
more or less. ELI H. FISH.
7th December, 1908. Edward Fish, agent.
Take noiice that I, Patrick llurlon Carr. of
Aldermere. rancher intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land*-:
Commencing at a post planted about 1 1-2 miles
from telegraph trail up Canyon in Tp. 8, It. 8 at
s.e. comer, thence north forty chains, west forty
chains, south forty ''hains, float forty chains to I
point of commoiiiT'nont, containing 160 acres
moreorless. PATRICK BURTON CARR.
December 18. 1908.
The Telkwa Store
Carries a Complete Line of
General Merchandise
At Right Prices.
F. L Charleson
Telkwa, Bulkley Valley.
Successor b. C. Transportation & Commercial Co.
...���*, ^jj^ki"
���Take notice t hut John  BdWAfd Owpii-j, of-So-j
attic, U.S.A., house aj-fenl. intend  to Apply for
permis-sion lo purchase the  following dMOHbod ,
land:     Connncncimr nt a pott pluntcd on north
trfdeof FranoulH Lake, on went wide 'if .smu.ll -rroek j
alnui. 1-2 mile OBlt of iMan-r.H��� north forty chains*
eu.st 2ft''hains, BOUttl ���iOchnlns, thence \venl nlonir
lukeshore. to point of commencement,containing HO
ncres, more or or |0M.
JOHN EDWARD OWENS,
Dec, S, 1908, Arthur Skelhorne. tfftnt,
Take notion that Matthew ]���'. Harrington, of
O'Neill, Nebraska, intends to apply for pcrmis-
rtion to purehasii the following dsacribfld landa:
Commencing at a poet planted on the north aide
of Fran col h i��nkc, on west side of BmHU crock,
about 1-2 mile cast of hdands, north eighty chainn,
west eijrhty chains, south eighty chainn, thence
east along lake shore to point of commencement.
being Mft acres, more or less.
MATTHEW F. HARRINGTON.
Dee. 8, l-Wr. Arthur Skelhorne. agent.
C. Barrett & Co.
DIAMOND D RANCH
WHOLESAI.K AND RETAIL MKAT DEALERS- LARGE WAREHOUSES.
Packers and Forwarders
Regular service to Hulkley and Telkwa Mines. Every facility for
transport*!*--; large shipments to and from the Interior, Forwarding
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.
Take notlco that Frank Forbes, of Seattle, U. S
A��� warehouse man.intends to apply for permiMiioii
to purchase the following described lands:
Commencin'*; at a post planted on the nortli ihoro
of Francois '-ike. about iZ miles cast of Lot IM,
thence north 40 ehains, west 40 chains, soul h -10
ohalns.thrnci- oast alone lake shore topoint of coin-,
mcDCauient,,e>>nlsinlnc 160acres, mom rrikos. _    ,
FRANK FORBES
!>���*. T, MR, ArtMit* HW-lti-mi*, *irka��.
Advertise in The Herald THE OMINECA HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
FIRST CLASS
arber Shop
Dunlevy Building', Hazelton,
Clothes Pressing and Cleaning
in connection.
TOM ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
LAND NOTICES.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Tn.k�� notic that Alexander William MacNaugh-
ton, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchasi
the f-.lkwin.T describi���! lamia: - COm*moncin*g al
a post planted mi thb Southern boundary of the
SteUatjuo Indian Reserve at the head of Franei
lake, about twenty chains fron, tho south-east
corner of said Rose ve*. thenee -south 40 chains,
thence weat 80 chi ns, theneo north -10 chains,
thence "-asi. SO chain , to point of commencement,
and containing .120 seres, more orl-ess,
ALBXANDER Vi ili.iam MacNaughton.
hy Auguste Dublow, Akc:i( for the saU
Alo-.-an.-lor William MacNaughton.
7th Novcmbd*, 190S. dc2S
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that I, Charles Cordon Harvey, of
Bulkley */alle.. +&rmer and prospector, intend t*
apply for permission to purchase the followini*
described Ijinflsi-'Commenclng at a post planted
at the south-cant cotr.er of Lot l!.rr*, Bishoj
Dontenwin's purchase, ia about one half milt
east of the Ha*iuclf*;et Indian Reserve, a,-.d i.-
abcut four miles in a: easterly direction fron
Haiclton, B. C. The post lies about one half mill
east o" T.C. Taylor's north-west corner post o*
Lot recently surveyed -as No. S?2, thonce-iO chninf
eatt, 20 chains north, forty chains weat, twenty
ehains soutli to the place of commencement, con-
talnlns: eighty acres, more or lc3s. The land
applied for has recently been surveyed by F.D.
Rice as Lot sight hundre! and eighty three.
CHARLES GORDON HARVEY.
NoT��nber 18, 1908.        W. J. Larkworthy, Agent.
Take notice th*��t Mary L. Larkworthy, of
Stratford, Ont., married woman, intend? to appb
for perminsion to purchase the following describ-
ed land, situated about eifhteev. miler. fron
Hazelton, on the Bulkley wagon road:���Commonc-
Ine at a por.t planted at the south east corner, 1!
ehains north of Ed. Le Blond pre-emption, south-
west corner, thenc* forty chain.-, r.rrth fort>
chains west, forty chains south, forty ehains easl
to the place of commencement.
MARY L. LARKWORTHY.
November 18. 1903. C. G. Harvey, act.
Take notice that I. Edward Fish, lineman, of
Mtarskinisht, B.C., inntend toapply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencini at a post planted at the mouth ot
Flint creek, on tne east side of the Sl;eena river,
about 6 miles above Lome Creek, thence e.ast 21
chains, south JO chains, west 20 chains more oi
less to the river, thence up the river to poinl ol
commencement. EDWARD FISH.
November 9, IMS. dl2
Take notice that I, Alexander Roderick Mac-
donald, rancher, of Francis Lake, B.C., irtend t<*
apply for permission to purchase the followinc described land: Commercing at a post marker
"A.R.M.'s n.w. corner," planted en the soutl
���hore of Francis Lake, 25 miles east of the head ot
���aid lake, at the n.e. corner of Lot *!37, thenci
South 20 chains, east 20 chains, north 20 chair.**,
west 20 chains to point of commencement, containing <0 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER RODERICK MACDONALD.
November 20,110S. <U2
Take notice that I, Thomas T. .Aitlf.cn farmer,
ef Bulkley Valley, intend to npply for permissioi*
to purchase the following described lands: Commencing ata post planted nt the r.e. corner of loi
���18, range V., Coast District, and being the n.w.
eomer, thence south 60 chains,, oast -10 chair.:;.
north 40 chaina to south boundary of Lot 20X7.
thenee west along raid boundary to s.w. corner,
theneo north along west boundary of said Lot 20i'
to n.w. corner, thence west to point of commencement. THOMAS TELFER AITKEN.
November 2-). 1908. dl2
Take notice that I. John J II :fi- -r-1:* nalesmgi ,
of Wnlltcrton, Out., intend to apply for permissioi
to purchase tho following described landi Commencing at a post planted on the Kltseugla trol
about 800 feel from Deep Creek crossing, thenci
south 40 chains, east 20 chains, north 40 ehall *.
west 20 chnins to point of commencement, con
taining eighty acres mere or less.
JOHN J. HEPPERNAN.
December Ii. 1MW. J. A. Blurnc, agent.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast,
���Mte'notlee thatl, Fred Pemberton, real estate
agent of Victoria, B.C., intends to apply for per
��l��slon to purchase the following described land
Commencing at a port planted at the s.w. cornri
10 ehains east of n.w. corner of Thomas Harris
���fre-empt'on, thence north 40 chains, east ��
ehains, south 40 ehains, west 80 ehains to point oi
���emmaneement, containg 220 acres more or less.
FRED PEMBERTON.
October 18, MO*. Reginald Leake Gale, agt.
Take notlee that I, William Parnell Respsrd
Pemberton, engineer, of Victoria, intend tbapplj
|br permission to purchase the following describi d
knd: Commencing at a post planted at the s.e.
earner, 20 chains east of the n.w, cornerof Thorn,**:
Harris' pre-emption, thence north 40 chains, west
�� chaina, south CO chaina, oast 00 chains, north : (
ehains, east 20 chains to point of commencement,
esulelnlng 440 acres more or less.
, William Paanell Respajid Pemberton.
Betotsr 18. ltlX.        Reginald Leake Gale, agt.
fake notice that I, Robert Rankin Jeffreys,
fji.rrorr, oi Cawichan, Victoria, intend to apply for
permission to purclnae the following described
lind: Commencing at a post planted at the B,e.
e*ro��r, on the north chore of Francis lake, alwut
1�� m**le* esat of lot 214, thenoe north 80 chains,
irefft Si* ehailta,South R0 olmir.s, emit tit) ehains to
point of commencement, containing 010 acres
moreorless. ROBERT RANKIN JEFFREYS.
October 22, IDOS. Reginald Leake Gale, ugt.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice thai I, Gordon M. Copeman of
Ivcatinr. B. 0., rancher, intend to apply for permission to pur-hasc the followingdescribed lands:
Comme-icins at a post planted ,i*reo miles
west of the p^r.t where Cluculz creek leaves Clu-
culz lake, and about 120 chains west of the end of
the lake, thence north eighty chains, thenc-a west
eighty c'-ain,*. thenee south eighty .-hains, thence
e:tst eighty chains t:> tho point of commencement,
containing 640 acre?, in* .-r- or less.
GORDON N. COPEMAN.
October SI, "508. G. L. Hall, Agent.
Take notice, that t, Frank A. Hall, of Vancouver,
R. C, Burveyer, intend toapply for permission t;
purchase tho following ,1c* bribed landa: commencing nt a posl planted one mile north and tw<
miles we. 1 of t::o point whoreCluculz creek leave
Cluculi lake, thence eighty chains south, ihcr.ci
eighty chains west, i'.ie-icr eighty chains north.
thence ci*: *.:'.; chains east to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
October31, 1208. FRANK A. HALL.
G. L. Hall, Agenl
Take notice that I, Florence Hall, of Kimble Co..
Texas, marred woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands:
commencing at a r<*;*-t planted one mile north
and'two miles west of the point where Clucul:*
creek leaves Cluculz lake, thence north eighty
chains,-easteighty-chains, south eighty chain*,
west eighty clmins to.the point of coiror.encemer.t,
containin,**: 640 acres, more or le^s.
October SI, 1006. FLORENCE HALL.
G. L. Hall, AB6--.t.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that I. Mary Ann Dupont Pember
1 in. of Victoria, wife of F. P.. Pemberton, intern-
to apply for permission to purchase the followini
leacribod lands: Commencing ata post planted
at the north-west corner on the left bank of ;
small creel, called Beaver creek, in a valley, anr'
���ihout 4 1-2 mil > in i southerly direction frorr
south end of Maxim lake and running as follows:
80 chains south, 40 chains east. 80 chains north. 41
chains west to placeof commencement, contain
Ing Ii20 acres, more or less.
MARY ANN DUPONT PEMBERTON.
December 31. 1908. Mark S. Carr, Agent.
Take notice that I, Prank Burrelt, of Victoria,
accountant, intend to apply for permission to pur
,:hase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at n.e. corner and on right
bank of Canyon 01 eek and in valley about 3 1-^
miles in a southerly direction from south end of,
Maxim's lake, Ihence 80 ehains south, 40 chaini
west, 80 chains north, 40 chains east to point ol
commencement, containin.*? 820 acres, more or less.
FRANK BURR ELL.
Dec.31st, 191S. Mark S. Carr, agenl
Take notice that I, Herbert Chamberlain, of
Victoria, chrk, intend to apply for permission tc
purchase the following describod lands: Commencing at a post planted at the north-east cornoi
in the right side of Canyon creek, in valley am
about two and one quarter miles in a Boutherlj
direction from the south end of Maxim's lake nil*."
running as follows, 80 chaius south, :10 chains west,
80 chains north, and 30 chains east to point of commencement, containing240 acres moreor less.
HERBERT CHAMBERLAIN.
January 1st, 1909. Mark S. Csrr. agent.
Take notice that I, Thomas Johnston Rons, ci
Victoria, clerk, intend to aprdy for permission t:.
purchase the followingdescribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at n.e. corner or
ri:cVit bank of Canyon creek, in a valley, and about
ine mile in a southerly direction from Southend
if Maxim's lake, thence west 20 chains, south 8C
hains, en*-t 20 chains, north 80 chains, to poinl
of Commencement, containing 14*0 acres, more.,:
less. THOMAS JOHNSTON ROSS.
Jan. 1, lf-09. Mark S, Carr, agent.
Take notice Ihat I. Alan Benson Lord, of Victoria, clerk, intend to apply for permission tc
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-cast
corner about 10 ehains south of trail and aboutonc
mile west of Maxim lake, thonco60 chains west.
.0 chains north, liO chains east and -10 chains soutl
lo paint of commencement, containing 2*10 acre*'
moreorless. ALAN BENSON LORD.
January 2, 1909. Mark S. Carr agent.
Take notice that I, Samuel Clegg. of Victoria.
dcrk, intend to apply for permission tc purchasi
the following describod land:��� Commencing at a
.fust planted at the n.w. --"rnpr on north side o:
Itaxim crock and about six eha'ns distant and
J 1-2miles fr"m north end of Maxim laKe, In a
westerly direction, Ihence 40 chains south, '���
���hains ea I, 40 chains north, 10 chains, west ti
point of beginning, containing 240acres, moreor
less. SAMUEL CLEGG.
Ian. 2. 19C9. Mark S. Carr. agenl.
Take notice that I, FrcdrrioK Despard Pemberton, of Victoria, clerK, intend to apply tor per*
nlssion to purchase Ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nt s.w. corner
in right side of trail and about midway between
rail anil small laKe callrd Dan D lane, and being
ibout 1 1-2 miles in an easterly direction from
i'llwin laKe, thence 10 chains north, 40 chains easl,
10 chains south, -10 chains west to the point ol
oommeneemeht, conl aining IPO acres more or less.
FREDERICK DESPARD PEMBERTON.
Jan. 2.1909. Marl*. S. Carr, agent
Take notice that I, John Richard Chambers
Deane, of Hazelton, provincial constable, intend
i.o apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:��� Commencing at a post planted
*>n the left bank of the Bulkley river and marked
"John R. C. Deane. his N.W, corner post," thence
so ith 80 chains along east line of lot 884 and part
of east line of J. Franklin, thence cast 80 chains,
thence north SO chaius to river, thenee west 80
ehains, following meandering of river, to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, moreorless.
JOHN RICHARD CHAMBERS DEANE.
6th February, 1900.
f..Take notice that George Lloyd Hall of Vancouver. B. c, surveyor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following describod lands:
commencing at a postplanted two miles west of
the point where Cluculz creek leaves Clucul/. lake,
and about forty chains west of the end of the lake
thenee eighty chains south, eighty chains west,
eighty chains north,eighty chains east'to thepoint
of commencement, containing 040 acres, moreor
lesa. GEORGE LLOYD HALL.
October 31, 1908.
Take notice that I, Kate Hall, of Herefordshire,
England, married woman, intend to apply tor
permission to purchase the following described
lands: commencing at a oust planted throe mile.-,
north and two miles west of the point where Clu-
culz creek leaves Clucul*/. lake Ihence south eighty
ehains. west eighty chains, north eighty chains,
east eighty chaina to the point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
November2, 1908. KATE HALL.
G. L. Hall. Agem.
Take notice that I, Fran is J. Bower, of Ohester
England, schoolmaster, intend to apply fpr permission to purchase the f 'lowing descrlced lands:
commencing nt a post i lanteS three miles north
and two miles west pi thd point where Clucul*/.
creek leaves Cluculz lake, tlience north eighty
chalns.weat eighty chains, o-uth eiyhty chains,
oast eighty chairs to the p'acc of commencement,
containing 610 acres, more sr loss.
FRANCIS J. BOWER.
November?, 1908. G.L.Hall, Agent.
Take notice that I, Ernc:l Hall, of Altrincham,
Cheshire, England, ironmaster, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: commencing at a post planted three
milea norlh and two mile*, west of the point where
Cluculz creek leaves Clucul/. lake, Ihence north
eighty chains, east eighty chains, sohih eighty
chains, west eighty chains to the point of commencement, containing C10 acres, moreor less.
November 2, 1908. ERNEST HALL,
G. L. Hail, Agent.
Take notice that I, William J. Robinson of Liverpool, England, lawyer inlend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post phut.d ISO chain.*, due
oast of (he point where Clutulrf creek leaves Clii-
;ulz lake, thence north eighty chains, west eighty
hains, south eighty chains, cast eighty chains to
he point of commencement, containing 6*10 acres,
more or less. WILLIAM J. ROBINSON.
November 2. 1908. G. L. Hall, agent.
Take notice that I, C. Addison Hall, of Herefordshire, England, gentleman, intend to apply for
oermission to purchase the following described
'ands:��� Cimmencing at a pest planted one mile
north nnd two miles west of the point where Cluculz creek leaves Clucul*-: i**,ke. thence norlh eighty
chains, west eighty chains, south eighty chains,
east eighty chains to the pointof commencement,
containing -340 acres, more or les3.
C. ADDISON HALL.
October 31. 190S. G. L. Hall. Agent.
Take notice that I. Mary Patterson, of Kimble
Co., Texas, married woman, intend to apply for
���permission to purchase the following described
'ands:���Commencing at a post planted two miles
north and one mile west of the point where Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz lake, thence south 80
chains, east 80 chains, north 80 chains, west 80
chains to the poinl of commencement, containing
J10 acres, more or less. MARY PATTERSON.
November 2. 1908. c I.. Hall, Agent.
Take notice that I, John Hall, of Altrinchnm.
Cheshire, England, ironmaster, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described
'ands:���commencing at a post planted SO chaini
inrth ef the point where Cluculz creek leaves
Cluculz lake, thence north SO chains, east 80
chams, south 80 ehains. west 80 chains to the poinl
if commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less. JOHN HALL.
November I, 19C8. G. L. Hall, Agent.
Take noticethat I, Arthur L. Mudge, of Kim-
bleCo., Texas, rancher, intend toapply for per-
nission to purchase the following described lands:
commencing at a post planted 160 ehains easl
,f the point where Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz
lake, thence north 80 chains, east 80 chains, south
50 chains, west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less,
ARTHUR L. MUDGE.
November 2,1208. 6. L.Hall, Agent.
TM;e notice that I. Prior Patterson, of Kimble
Co., Texas, rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
commencing at a post planted two miles nortli
and one mile west of the point where Cluculz
creek leaves Cluculz lake, theneo north 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south Sn chains, west 80 chains t<
the point of commencement, containing 640 acres,
moreorless. PETER PATTERSON.
November 2, 1908. G. L. Hall, Agent.
Takerotieethat I, James Patterson, of Kimble
Co., Texas, rancher, intpnd to apply for permission tn purchase the following described lands:���
commencing at a post planted hiO chains east
if the point where Clucul: creek leaves Cluculz
akc, thence west 80 chnins, thence soulh-10 chaini
moreor less to the shore of Cluculs. lake, thence
easterly 80 chains following the shore of the hilif*.
.lience north 40 chains moro or less to the point ol
commencement, containing 100 acres rnoro oj less.
JAMES PATTERSON.
November 2, 1908. G. L. Hall. Agent.
Take notice that I, Frederick S. Hall, of Kimble
Co., Texas, rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
commencing nt a post planted three miles north
and two miles west of the point where Cluculz
creek leaves Cluculz lake, thence south 80 chains,
east80 chains, north 80 chnins, west SOchains to
the point of commencement, Containing 640 acres,
more or less. FREDERICK S. HALL.
November 2. 1909. G. L. Hull. Agent.
Take noticethat I. Herbert Boult, of Liverpool
England, cotton broker, intend to npply for permission to purchase (ho following described lands:
Commencing atapost planted 180 chains east
of the poin't where Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz
lake, thence east HO chainn, south 40 ...ce. :*aOi-c
or less, to the shore of cluculz lake, thence westerly f.0 chnins, following the sho-c i-J the lake,
the.ice north 40 chaina more or less, tothe point of
commencement, containing 400ac:**es,.mc,reor loss.
HERBERT BOULT.
November 2, 1908. GVL. Hall; Agent.
d26
Subecribe for The Oi'.iineca Herald
Take notice that Edward James Bums, of South
Bulkley. B. C, telegraph operator, intends toaply
for permission to purchase the followingdescribed
lands: Commeecing at a'Jpost planted Tabout 2
miles east of South Bulkley telegraph cabin, near
Dan McGlasham's pre-emption, thence went forty
ehains, south forty chains, east forty chains, north
forty ehains to point of commencement, containing 1H0 acres, more or lesa.
EDWARD JAMES BURNS.
Deo. 7ti., 1908, jal6
Take notice that Malcolm McKinley, of
Burns' Lake, B. C,*, telegraph operator,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile north of Burns' Lake and lying between Maloohn Mckinley's*preemption and George Wallace's pre-emp,
tion, thence cast 80 chains, north 20
chains, west 80 chains, south 20 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 150 acres, more or less.
MALCOLM McKINLEY.
per E. E. Charleson, agent.
November 23, 1908.
Take notice that, I, John Woods,
merchant, of Westlake, Idaho, intend
to apply for permission to purchase the
following d'-scribed land: Commencing
at Adum Earners' sauth-west corne),
thence' 40 chains east, 40 chains south,
!0 chains west, 40 chains north to point
of commencement.
���;   John Woods.
Dec. 9, 1908. W. fi. Wilson, agent.
Take notice that I, W. H. Wilson,
engineer, of Palouse, Wash., intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land: East half of
sec. 25, township la.
William Henry Wilson.
Jan. 18, j909.
Take notice that I, A. Hammers, farmer, of Westlake, IJal.o, jptend, to apply
for permission to purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a post
planted on south shore of Francis LaKe,
marked "A K's corner post," thenee
SO chains east, 40 chains south, 80 chains
west, 40 chains north to point of commencement.
Adam Kammers.
Dec. 9, 1908.        W. H. Wilson, agont.
J28
Take notice that C. B. Stuart, of
Lewiston, Idaho, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the iollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about, three miles east of Francois Lake and marked "C. B. Stuai f'3
corner." thence 40 chains south, 40
chains west, 40 chains north, 40 choirs
east to the point of commencement.
C. B. Stuart.
Dec. 9. 1908. W.H.Wilson, agent-
Take notice that John Kennard,
teamstr.'*. 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 30 chains more or
less to the shore of Fraser Lake, thence
following the said lake shore to the
point of commencement, and containing
100 acres, more or less.
Dated November 30th, 1908.
fefl 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 corner of
lot 1,175, range V., Fraser Lake, B.C.,
thence north 40 chains, west SO ehains,
aouth 40 chains, east 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing
o20 acres, m. re or less.
Dated November 30th, 1908.
fe6 FREDERICK ELLA.
Take Notice that Hilton Keith, of
Victoria, B.C., accountant, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
followingdescribed 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 1'pper Neehaco
River and about one mile southerly
from the north-west corner of section
33, township 9, range 4, Nechacco Valley, of Coast District, B.C., thence
south 80 chains, west 40 chains, north
80 chains, east 40 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 320
aeres, more or less.
Dated October 15th, 1908.
feG HILTON KEITH.
Take notice that Robert Green, of
Victoria, B.C., gardner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted about two miles westerly from the north-west corner of section 33, township 9, range 4, Neehaco
Valley, B.C., thence north 40 chains,
west 80 chains, south 40 chains, east 80
chains to the point of commencement,
and containing 320 :*cres, more or less.
Dated October 15th, 1908. ,
feG ROBERT GREEN.
Take notice that I, II. Whitaker. of Port Essington, married woman, intends to apply for permiu-
sjon to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plan toil at thesouth-weat
corner of Lot 803, and about one mile south of the
Hag-wil-ghet Indian Reserve, thenee east agility
chains, south eighty chaina, west eighty chain*",
north eight*1 ehains to post uf commoncemoM,
610 ncres, more or lens.
HYACINTHK WHITAKER
���Ith January. 1909. per H. B. Thoen, agont.
Take notice that Nellie ?,lpmstrown. of Donver,
Colorado, U.S.A., milliner, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted 40 chaini
west of Keynton's south-west corner post, being
lot 44, theneo west 20 chalnB, north 20 chains, east
20 chains, Bouth 20 chains, to point of commencement. NELLIE BLOMSTROWN.
October o, 1908. per James Lindsay, Agent.
Taice notice that John Peter Brnnnan, of Seattle;
U.S.A.. warehouseman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land;
Commencing at a post planted on the north side of
Francois Lake, about lli.milcs east of Lot 214, ad.
joining R. H, JprTeries' purchase on the .east side,
north 80 chains, east 20 chains, south 80 chains
thence west along the lake shore to point of commencement.
JOHN PETER BRANNAN.
Dec. 6, 1908. . Arthur Skelhorne, agent
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 his interest, has failed to contribute his proportion of one-half interest of the expenditure required by Sec-,
tion 24 of the Mineral Act, amounting
to 2 years' assessment on the Excelcior
Mineral Claim, and 3 years' assessment
on the Peacock Mineral Claim, situated
on Morice Mountain, amounting to $250,
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 proporj
tion, together with all costs of advertising, his interests in the above claims
shall become vested in his co-owner, as
provided for in Section 25'of the'Mineraj
Act.
Dated this 6th day of January, 1908.
fee C. P. Price. !
DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
I, Thomas L. Carr, of Aldermere, B. C., htreby
give notice that George Rudge, of Port Simpson;
or anyone to whom he may have transferred hia
interests, has failed to contribute his proportion
of one-quarter interest of the expenditure required by Section 24 of the Mineral Act, amounting to
three years' assessment, $307.20; on the group of
four claims known as the Morning Star, Evening
Star, Venus and Mars, situated on Star Creek, on*
and a half miles from Howson Basin.
If, after the expiration of ninety [90] days, tho
aforesaid George Rudge, or anyone to whom h��
may have transferred his interests, fails to contribute his proportion, together with Ul costs of
advertising, his interests in the above claims
shall become vested ir his co-owners, pro rata, al
provided for in section 25 b of the Mineral &st.
Dated October 10 1908. Thomas L. Ca'rr.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Rev. J. Field.
Sunday services���Morning service 11 a.m. Sunday School 2-15
p.m. Native Service 3-30 p.m.
r
i
JAMES  COYLE
Civil Engineer
33-34 Downs Block
Seattle, Wash.
Assaying
Gold, Silver,
Cori'ER, each 60c.
1
G. G. WEST
Provincial     530 Richards St.,
Assayer. Vancouver, B.C.
KITSELAS, B.C.
Keeps a Full Stock of���
General Merchandise
AT LOW PRICES    *���
Kitselas is on Skeena River,
and a short distance from the
mouth of Copper River.
Prospectors' and Settlers' SuppHcv
Always on Hand.
The GLACIER HOUSE
The only hotel between Ha-sel-
ton and the Bulkley Valley.
First class accommodation for
the traveling public at reasonable rates. Choice assortment-
ment of liquors and cigars always on hand. Store in connection .      .       ,
E BRENDON
PROPRIETOR.
WEJPRINT
Commercial Stationery,
Booklets, Circulars and all
kinds of Advertising
Literature, at the
Herald Printing Office
Hazelton, B.C.

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