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Vol. I.
HAZELTON, B. C, SATURLAY, JANUARY 2, 190^.
No. 26.
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Eeartliqiake and tidal
Wave Destroys Many
Cities in- Italy
| Terrible Suffering Among Survivors
���Soldiers Shost Many
for Pillaging.
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Rome, Italy December ��1���-Between
One and two hundred thousand people
are dear! find countless other thousands
Injured and homeless as a result of
three severe earthquake shocks in tho
southern provinces of Italy and Sicily,
i.!'*si!".\. A tidal wave of imffiense pro-
! poftltffis followed Ihe earthquake, com-
'  ���!* tin;,*; th" wreck.
At Messina, a city with a population
L of over 150,000,   fully 50,000 perishec'^
including a large number of  English,
German and American tourists.
At Reggio, where the population was
'' '������.-.rty-five thousand, only one thousand
IV'scaped,     About tv*. erity smaller cities
'and towns were destroyed.   Fire is rag*
ng in the affected districts, completing
he work of destruction.
The streets of Messina and Reggio
arc filled with bodies in a decaying con-
tiition. One hundred thousand survivors
of the population of Messina and its
suburbs are camped on the surrounding
hills, without shelter, destitute of food
ind suffering all the horrors the mind
can imagine. All the survivors are
more or less elemented and unable to
give an intelligible account of the catastrophe.
Human life has ceased to have any
value. I [uhdreda of prisoners Were lib-
/��� ated from the jails and they and the
criminal element started looting the
shops and robbing the dead as soon as
won as the waters had receded.     Sol-
Mount Aetna Th. eatening.
Catania, Sicily, January 1���As a result of the recent rarthquake Mount
Aetna is showing considerable ativity
an:', threatens eruption. The people are
panic stricken.
Senator Bernini* Dead.
31���Senator
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I  Iters were hurried to the stricken cities
1 with orders to shoot on sight every man
Kaughi pillaging. Although the soldier.*
bbeyod orflers to the letter, the looters
id no attention when some of their
number were shot but kept  at their
work until killed.
In the great camps on the hill pneumonia and meningitis have broken out
and, on account of the great number
of unburied bodies, a plague is feared;
which is now tnought to be the greatest danger. The authorities advocate
cremating all bodies but the living,
wild with ineunity, Will not alto'.V the
bodies to be burned.
First reports  indicated a loss  of not
over thirty thousand  but this has been
hourly increased and it Will be days and
weeks before  the  full  count can  be
known.    Telegraph wires are all down
and no detailed reports can be received
until   correspondents  cover  the   field.
All efforts are  directed toward  caving j
for the living.     Provisions are hurried
to the devastated district   as fast 8s!
possible. Relief  funds have been start-[
ed in all the cities of Italy.      The  list
here  was headed  by  the   Pope   with
$200,000 and King Victor with $400,000.
King Victor and Queen Helene were
visitors to Messina and, although ihe
Queen was begged to leave,she churned
her place v/as by the King's side and
refused to leave. As they stood on the
hiils overlooking the city they were
surrounded by a crowd of people, wholly
insane from their sufferings, who knell
and prayed to them as though they
were superior beings, with a power to
save.
January 1���With each succeeding
hour the death roll in the southern
provinces provinces grows larger. U]
to now the the official reports, far from
complete, have established the loss a1
120,000. Newspaper reports place the
number of dead at 200,000 and this figure is likely to be fully justified when
all is known.
Relief expeditions have found nearly
twenty small towns and villages, which
had previously been thought out of th
course of destruction, to have beei
wiped out. Vessels arriving report tin
coast, line of Calabria to have sunk into
the Mediterranean, engulfing towiiE
and people.
Winnipeg,    Uecomb
Bbrnier died today.
Edmonton Hockey Team at Montreal.
Montreal, December :'.l���The Edmonton hockey challengers for. the Stanley
Cup were defeated id the first game of
the series bs a score of 7 to 3. In the
second game the Wanderers were defeated by a score of 7 to 6.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.
Lem Broughton of Aldermere
arrived in town this afternoon.
The incoming mail arrived New
Year's eve, and the carriers will
start back on the down river trip
Tuesday morning next, January
5th.
Constable Deane had a unique
New Year's gift in the shape of
the escaping prisoner, the Indian
who broke jail some weeks ago,
coming in and giving himself up.
Carl Wakefield and wife and
Miss Webster drove in from the
Bulkley Valley, arriving in town
New Years day. They will start
on their return tomorrow morning.
Arthur Skelhorh arrived in
Hazelton in time for the New
Year, having come from Francis
Lake.
The dance given at the New
Ingineca Hotel on New Year's
eve1 was, owing to the cold
weather," not so well attended as
the others have been, but those
who weie there enjoyed themselves ���thoroughly.
Hazelton and the Northern Interior generally is now experiencing some real cold weather. Last
Wednesday    the    thermometer
I dropped below the zero mark and
A vessel recently arrived at Vancou- LQ far decl*neg to l)e coaxed back
ver from Queen Charlotte  Islands  re- k^ ft reasonable frame of mind.
ports a rather severe earthquake shock | Thfi lowest temperature register-
as having at Skide-*?:*.*������> : Member 30. jed go fa). Nvas this morning when
1t was estimated the shock lasted fully | ���<. lg claime(j ��6 below WBS the
seven seconds ahd was severe enough [ fitrur-e registered
to shake down some shacks and serious-'
ly alarm  the inhabitants,   who  rushed
out of the. buildings in alarm lest  their
houses should fall.      The Indians were
much  more   alarmed  than   were   the
whites.      Not even in Indian  tradition
is there anything to indicate that  such
a thing ever happened before.
Slot Machines Suppressed in Rupert.
Would Fight Jeileries.
Sydney, N. S. W., January 1���Mcintosh, the promoter of tiie Burns-Johnson fight, will offer $50, C*00 for a contest
between Jeffei'ies and Johnson. Receipt*; from the recent fight amounted
to $160,000. Fitiisirnmons and Jack
(Twin) Sullivan have both challenged
Johnson.
Abe K'.ief Sentenced to 14 Yeai's.
San Franciso, December 31���Another
chapter in the city's graft scandals was
���dosed Unlay when Abe Ituef was sen-
tended to fourteen yenrb in the penitentiary. The was received with general satisfaction.
earthquake at Si-.idigate.
No report of an earthquake on November 20 was made from the seismograph station at Victoria, and some
:ioubr. is expressed as to the autheiicity
of the report from Skidegate.
Dance and Supper at Omineca Hotel.
The dance and supper given at the
Omineca Hotel Tuesday eveninj* was
quite the  most  enjoyable social  event
As in years past the men of
Hazelton paid their respects to
the ladies New Year's day. Owing to a temperature of 10 below
zero toques and moccasins took
the place of patent leathers and
silk hats.
J. A. Blume is spending a few
days in Hazelton, coming from
Kitzeugla Thursday evening.
H. P. Jones left a few days agr
for his place in Bulkley Valley.
C. Barrett left for the Diamond
D ranch early in the week.
Messrs. Webster and Baker of
The are no nickle-in-the-slot
machines in Prince Rupert. All
were removed from business
houses by order of the chief constable of Skeena district. It is
claimed the Methodist church is
the power that caused the chief
constable to act. If the Methodist church will only use its power to suppress the "cider" saloons in which men are made
drunk and fleeced at card games
by short-card sharps, it will be
evidence that the church is more
powerful than the press. ���Prince
Rupert Empire.
Shoeing a Little Family in Quebec.
The Fra prints the following as
a true story: "Fra Torro Mc-
Raye tells me that while he was
clerking in a shoe store in Quebec, the following order was received from a worthy habitant:
"Monsieur���Please put some
shoe on my leetle family like dis,
and send by Sam Jamieson de
carrier. One man, Jean St. Jean,
J9 year, me; one woman, Sophie
St. Jean, 38 year, she; Hermedes
and Lenore, 19 year; Honore, 18
year; Celena> 17 year; Narcisse,
Octavia, and Philias, 16; Batiste,
15; Celeste, 14; Philippa, 13;
Emile and George, 12; Babette,
11; Madore, 10; Pierre, 9; Eugene,
we lose him; Paul 7: Alphonse.
6; Gaston, 5; Armand, 4; Maurice,
3; Edward, 2; Muriel, 1 year;
Hilare, ne go barefoot. How
much?"
Palermo, Sicily, January 1���Train-
loads of refugees, nearly all fearfully
wounded, are arriving here. Manydiei
on the way. The refugee's aro stupefied by the great calamity and unable
to give a coherent account 6f what happened.
9160-MILE GXP. CONTRACT LET
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F'-ank Mqrtin returned to Hafceltdn this week, coming from
'ori   ., smgton aiong the right of way bf the G. T. P. as far as
ic ���   nyon  where he joined the mail carriers and finished the trip
ith them,   While in Victoria he was informed that the ion tract
Ir tile second hundred miles of the G. T. P. from Prince Rupert
id   been  let  to Swanson Bros., who have been engaged in the
���instruction of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul.   Although
tiling has'been officially announced as yet in regard to this he
Isiders that he was reliably informed and that the contract has
that has taken place in Hazelton.   The j Bulkloy Valley spent New Year
in hazelton.
juests to the number of over fifty
assembled shortly after eight o'clock
and dancing was the order until half
oast twelve, when BUpper wiis announced. The supper tabic was tastefully
decorated, showdn.o; the hostess' thought-
fid care in every detail.     After all the ,
 i ,l,in,,.*', to eat bad 11 on disposed of; weeks ago on the superstructure
dancing was resumed and kept up into of the new post office building at
'the wee sma' hours'. Prince Rupert.    It is til be -10 by
Music was  furnished  by R.   Purvis, 170 ftiet  one s|.0).,      Anderson &
Harvej Crum, J. V,'. Davis and Robert
Constable J. R. C. Deane returned Thursday from a trip to
the Bulkley Valley,
Work w;*s commenced a few
Hually W3n let.
Work on the first hundred miles is progressing very favorably
., owing to changes made  in  the line which will make the
orkmuch lighter, spring should, at the'present rate, seethegrad
ell on toward completion.   Most of the camps are short handed iAllen* A'S- ske'hr'r"> Lindsay, Joht
��� ... , W. J. Bryan,   B. M. Ko���'ers,   F. J
McKinnon are the contractors.
Word has just been received
that a contract has been let for
the carrying of a fortnightly mail
between Kitimat and points en
route to Kitselas, including Lake
Lakelse, Copper City, Little Canyon, Kitsumgalum and Kitselas.
The installing of this service will
Gerow, with occassional help fro nR.S.
Sargent.   J. J. Mclnrmes Was in charjfe
of the door.
Among those present were!
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Valieau, Mr. and
Mrs. K. E. Loring, Miss Loring, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Marks, Mr, and Mrs,
11. B. Metcalfe, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
DeVoin, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coyle,
Mr. C. V. Smith, Miss Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Slinger, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. ll. Crum, Mr. j greatly increase the amount of
and Mrs. W. W Wrathall,  Miss Mori- i mails arriving at this point from
the coast, as previous to this the
son,   Mrs.   Pelhjck,   Mrs.    Chisholltt,
Messrs. E. E. Charleson, J. Morison,
R. S. Sargent, F. Fiejd, E. R. Cox,
E. H. Hicks Beach, McAfee, Sharp,
J. W. Davis,   R. Gerow, R. Purvis,  J.
couriers carrying mail between
here and the outside included the
mails for the above mentioned
points covered by the new contract in the stipulated weight to
be carried each trip between here
I .   L j...    i -i     .      ,,      ,- *, ��� ,       ���,,        i     :.      J. Mclnnes,   S, Cli.ie, Il.*Haris, G. M.
/  % owing to changes made in  the line which will make the <.       w j Lar!>worthv, GcH, McKen.
1/ ork much lighter, spring should, at the' present rate, see the grade m, Walter Bomc3, D. W. Pratt, Tom
" 'Won,
jack. i and Kitimat.
y could work more men if they were to be had, but the rate of! son, Richardson,'E."Rvans"w."J. Par-  ���'"	
If wager- pn 4 ip not high enough to attract tlumi. ! l-m*. fte/aid Job Printing ti thp best.
Took Chinese Medicine.
Chinese medicine is a constant
source  of  wonderment  to  the
druggists   and a case hi   point
came under the observation of
a local apothecary.    A Chinaman
had a severe attack of la grippe
and went to   a   man   among his
countrymen who was supposed to
be learned in the art of healing
the ills which flesh is heir to. He
gave him a ball of  "medicine"
and told him to shave off as much
as would cover a dime and to mix
it with water and take it three
times a day.    The   "medicine"
had the effect of  making him
more ill instead of curing him.
As he was very ill he consulted a
well known local druggist, who
asked him what the Chinese man
of medicine had prescribed for
him.    The Chinaman handed him
the ball and an examination disclosed that it was a ball of hair
from the stomach of a cow. Hair
is indigestible even in the stomach of a bovine and it collects in
a ball there, and is only extracted
after death.    The presumption is
that the Chinese "medicine man"
procured this particular ball from
the slaughter house of P. Burns
& Co.    By cutting off porttansof
it arijd taking it  in   water  the
stomach of the patient wa3 filled
with a laige   number  of small
sections of hair, which must of
necessity irritated the walls of
the stomach.    The wonder is that
the Chinaman who took the so-
called medicine is alive. ���Ross**
land Miner.
Superior job printing done at
I The Herald office, Hazelton.
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THE. OMINECA HERALD. SATURDAY, JANUARY. 2, -1*908.
Hotel
Hazelton
Strictly Eirst lass 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.
Omineca Motel
HAZELTON.
01*-*^--*���ST.
The traveling public will
find the best accommodations at this hotel at
reasonable rates. The
choicest brands of liquors
and ciga s always ou
hand.
J. C. K. Sealy,  Prop.
r
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 store'in connection.
E. BY & CO., Props.
Do You
want a
home ?
Are you looking for
an Investment 7
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.
The Qoineca Haatd
Printed every Saturday at  Hazelton,
British Columbia.,
DeVoin & Coyle ' Pi-iBUStiEKS.
Subscriptions tc, points in Canada Mir*) other
British possession.* will be feci iveil on the following: terms:
One year       -        -        -        $8.00
Six months        -        -     ' -     1.75
European and other foreism 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 shbseo,uentinRertion."
Notices for Crown Grant3       -       -        -.      $700
"   Purchase of Land     - 7.00
",  Licence to Prospect for Cor.l    -     6.00
Branch Offices:
Telkwa.  BulklbV Valley- Fred. Heal, Jr.,
Manager.
Port Essincton, B.C.-A. ,7. Matheson, Manager.
SATURDAY. JANUARY 2, im.
SKEENA  BRIDGE  NEEDED.
A bridge across the Skeena at
some point which will give the
settlers, of the Kispiox valley and
those who are located on the west
:side of the Skeena river access to
the town of Hazelton is the* most
crying need of the district at the
present time, in the way of public improvements. The bridge is
not advocated merely to secure
the expenditure of a certain
amount of government monev,
nor to open up a country of uncertain worth in which it is hoped
people may make a living, nor to
help a class of people who are unwilling to help themselves as far
as they are able. The settlers on
the west bank of the Skeena,
only numbering a few men, have
done their part, and all that can
be expected of them, toward
gaining access to, Hazelton. They
have cut out and graded four
miles and a half of wagon road
from Cherry Point to a point opposite the town.
The valley of the Kispiox contains an amount of irrigable land
which is second to the Bulkley
only among the tributaries of the
Skeena river. There, are a number of settlers there now and
spme of them have been there
long enough to prove up on their
ranches; yet the time is not far
distant when they have either got
to have some way of reaching a
market or leave their places.
The people to whom credit is
chiefly due for the opening up of
a new country are the pioneers
who do the hard work, and who
in the face of all sorts of obstacles contrive to make a living until transportation is afforded them
and a profitable market can be
reached. These are the people to
whom the country in general
owes a heavy debt of gratitude
Which the building of a bridge
here and there and the trunk
lines of wagon roads does not begin to repay.
Surveys both for a wagon road
into the Kispiox valley as far as
the first cabin on the Dominion
telegraph line and bridges across
the Skeena and Kispiox rivers
were made last summer by the
Provincial Government and it is
confidently expected that the
money for this work will be
available during the coming year.
However, expectations ' are poor
food. Other districts need public
money and the district that voices
its demands in the loudest terms
generally gets the appropriation.
When a grant of public money is
in the air modesty ceases to be a
virtue. All who are interested in
seeing a bridge built across the
Skeena river and a wagon road
into the Kispiox valley should
keep the matter to the front until they get what they want.
There is a lot of bridge iron in
the Bulkley valley that is not being used and, apparently, is not
likely to be used for some time.
It has been s uggested that a petition be sent the Provincial Government to have that iron
brought in an d used in putting a
bridge across the Skeena. In
case this should be done it can be
guaranteed there will be no murmur against th 2 site chosen by
the government surveyor and no
kicks about who is chosen to do
the work. The Kispiox people
want a bridge,
pf. Dooley on Happiness.
"Well, sir, 'tis a tur-rble problem this here wan iv human on-
happiness. If Tiddy P.osenfelt
finds out th' causes iv it he'll be
the gr-reate.st man since Moses.
Some folks say th' on'y way to
be happy is to wurruk. Maybe
that accounts f'r th' onhappiness
atiT,,',ng, th' farmers. Perhaps
tliey wud be merryer if some im-
ployment cud be found f'r thim,
preferably in th' open air. Some
say 'tis money; they're rich.
Hogan says 'tis human society;
accounts f'r th' happiness that
prevails in all large cities. Some
say selfishness will make ye happy. I've thried it. It didn't
cure me. Other people say on-
selfishness; but that's no more
thin to say that ye kin on'y be
happy be givin' up ^Qmfcthin,g
that wud make ye happy. Th'
nearest ye git to happiness is in
wantin' something badly an'
thinkin' ye have a chance to git
it an' not gittin' it. If ye git it
ye'll be onhappy. Whin we have
ivrything in the wurruld that ye
want, th' fam'ly will do well to
watch ye whin ye pick up a
razor.''���American Magazine.
Superior job printing done at
The Herald office, Hazelton.
LAND NOTICES.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that Alexander William MacNauRh-
ton, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:��� commencing at
a post planted on the Southern boundary of the
Stcllaquo Indian Reserve at the head of ftaier
lake, about twenty chains from the south-east
corner of said Reserve; thence south 40 chains,
thence west B0 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thpnee east 80 chains, to point of commencement,
and containinc* 1120 acres, more or less,
Alexanher William MacNauchton.
by Augusta Dublow, Aprcnt for the said
Alexander William MacNauchton.
7th November, 1908. de26
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that I, Charles Gordon Hnrvey, of
Bulkley Valley, farmer and prospector, intend to
apply for pcrmis.--.ion topUVOhlH the following
described lamlk���Commencini; at a post planted
at the south-cast corner of Lot 1153, Bishop
Dontenwin's purchase, is about one half mile
cast of the HaquclKet Indian Reserve, und is
about four miles in an easterly direction from
Hazelton, B. C. The post lien about one half mile
east of T.C. Taylor*! nnrtii-wcsi corner post of
Lot recently surveyed Bfl f!o.8S2, ihencciO chains
eoati 20 chains north, forty chains weat, twenty
chainrt Houtl-j to thi place, of commencement, containing llghty acres, more or loss. The land
applied for has recently been surveyed hy F.D.
Ilice as Lot Mffht hundred nnd eighty three.
CHARLES GORDON HAItVEY.
November in, 1D0S.        W. J. Larlnvc-rthy, A^cnl.
chains, south 80 chains, west 20 chains more or
leas to the river, theace up the river to poinl of
commencement.   * EDWARD FISH.
November 0, 1908. cll2   .
Take notice that I, Alexander Roderick Mac-
donald, rancher, of Francis Lake, B.C., intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following1 described land; Commencing- at a post marked
"A.R.M.'s n.w.-corner," planted on the south
shore of Francis Lake, 25 miles east of the head of
said lake, at the n.e.'corner of Lot 337, thence
south 20'chains,' cast 20* chains, north 20 chains,
west 20' chains to point of commencement, con-
tr.ir.ing 40 acres more or less. ,-���������.
'���'    '-ALEXANDER'RODERICK MACPONALD.
Mb* ember 20, 1908. .'������-* '   ��� "���     d!2
Take notice that I, Thomas T. Aitken, farmer,
of Bulkley Valley, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands: iJom-
menclng at a post planted at the n.e. corner df lot
l!18, range V., Coast District!, and being the n.w.
corner, theneo :-:outh 80 chains, cast 40 chains,
north 10 chains to y.ouf.h boundary of Lot 2087,
thence Weat alon& said boundary to s.w. corner,
thence north along west boundary of said Lot'2087
to n.W. corner, thence west to point of commencement. THOMAS TELFER AITKEN.
November 23, 1908. dl2
Take notice that I, John J. HefTcrnan, salesman,
of Wr.lkprton, Ont., intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described land: Com-
menclng at a post planted on the Klueugla trail
about 800 feet from Deep Creek crossing, thence
south 40 chains, cast 20 chains, north 40 chains,
west 20 chain:' to point of commencement, containing eighty acres mere or less.
1 JOHN J. HEFFERNAN.
December 6, 1908. J. A. Blume, agent.
LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICES.
Notice la hereby given that I -intend to apply for
a renewal of my Retail Jjiquor Licence on the premises known as the Glacier House, in the Bulkley
Valley, B.C., from the 1st day of January, 1009.
'   E. BUENDON.
November 27th, 1908.
* Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply for
a renewal of my Retail Liquor Licence on the
premises known as the Hotel Hazelton, ih Hazelton. B.C., from the 1st day of January, 1909.
THOMAS OLSON.
November 21, 190S.
Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply for
a renewal of my Retail Liquor Licence on the
premises known as the Omineca Hotel, in Hazelton, B.C., from the 1st day of January. 1909.
JOHN C. K. SEALY.
November 21, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply for
a renewal of my Retail Liquor Licence on the
premises known as the New Telkwa Hotel, at
Telkwa, B.C., from the 1st day of January. 1909.
FRANK L. CHARLESON.
November 21, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply for
a Retail Liquor Licence on the premises known as
the New Glacier House, at the Bulkley Valley,
in Township 2a, R, V.. from the 1st day of January, 1909'.
HARRY P. JONES.
November 21,1908.
Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply
for a renewal of our Retail Liquor Licence on the
premises known as the Telqua Hotel, in Aider-
mere, B.C.. from the 1st day of January, 1909.
BROUGHTON & McNEIL.
November 21,1908.
Take notice that Mary L. Larkworthy, of
Stratf'.rd. Ont., marriel woman, intends to upply
for permission to purchase the followin"* dbkM ril,-
<**! land, situated about eighteen miles from
r.azelton, on the Bulkley wagon ro-id:���Commencing at a post planted at Ihe soulh east corner, 1,1
chains north of Ed. Lo Blond pre-emption, southwest corner, thence forty chains, north forty
chains west, forty chains south, forty chains east
!*i the place of commencement.
MARY L. LARKWORTHY.
November 18, 1908. C. G. Harvey, agt.
Take notice that I, Edward Ml:h, lineman, of
.Meanskinisht, B.C., inntend to apply for perm'n-
sion to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at. a post planted at the mouth of
Flii.t creek, on tne eai-t side of the Skeena river,
about 6 miles above Lome Creek, thence cast 20
Take notice that 1 intend to apply for a Retail
Liquor Licence for the premises known as the
Ingineca Hotel in Hazelton, B.C., from the 1st
day of January, 1009.
November 21, 1908. DAVID W. PRATT.
Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the Wholesale Liquor Licence on the
premises known as the Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store,
at Hazelton, B.C., from the 1st day of January,
1909. JOHN C. BOYD,
Agent for the Hudson's Bay Company.
November 21, 1908.
New British -Colombia
Lands!
I have several splendid sections
of land for sale, in the Bulkley
Valley, and Francis and Ootsa
Lake country.
Lands Located, Cruised,
Bought and Sold.
If you wish to get in on the
ground floor along the Grand
Trunk Pacific write to
FRED. HEAL, Jr.
Aldermere, B.C.
FIRST CLASS
Barber Shop
Dunlevy Building, Hazelton.
Clothes Pressing and Cleaning
in connection.
TOM ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
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All the news from the great Northern Interior of British
Columbia is printed every week in
THE OMINECA HERALD
HAZELTON, B. C.
All kinds of job urinting. Subscription, $3 per year.
NOTICE I
Notice is hereby given that all pack
train* rigging, riding saddles, -tsfje.,:
branded with the Circle C is the prqp*.
erty of C. Barrett & Co., and ariyoije
having same in his possession or <met-'
ing it for sale will be prosecuted.
��� C. BARRETT & CO.
Hazelton, B.C.
The Hazelton
Hospital i a-1.*,
sues tickets for any period from one
month upward at $1 per month in ad'-'
vance, This rate includes office consul''
tations and medicines, as well as a.jl
costs while in the hospital. Tickets ot) ���"
tainable in Hazelton from E. G. Stephenson and E. H. Hicks Beach; in AfdeV-
m;i'e, from Rev. F. L. Stephenson, -fit
at the Hospital from the Medical Super
intendent.
Capital (paid up) $3,ono,000.       Reserve R3!K),0(* -
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Head OHlcc: n.onti eal, Que.
Pays particular attention to the accounts of out-
of-town customers. Tho Savings Bank Depart-,
ment offers great advantages to everyone. Wa
isr.ie drafts and money orders payahle in all parti*-
of the world.
PORT ESSINGTON BRANCH
S. A. MDBLBY -     .       - Manager.
General Outfitting
A full line of General Merchandise, Comprising Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Small
Wares, &c, always on hand
Agent for Farm Implements.
V
R.S.
HAZELTON
HUDSON'S BAY CO,
INCORPORATED 1670.
General Merchandise
A full line of  everything the
rancher, prospector and
miner may need.
First Quality.        HAZaTON, B.C.
C. V. SMITH
Hazelton, B.C.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HIGHEST  MARKET- DAW   TO*fDC
PKK-E PAID FOR   .    .   KA^f    rUKjl
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General Merchant
Complete line of merchandise always on hand. Prospectors, Miners, Ranchers
and others supplied at
reasonable rates.
IIAZETON - B.C.
L Cunningham
Son
The Pioneer Firm ol Hazelton.
We carry a full stock of���
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Notions, &c, &c,
Highest Price Paid for Furs'
���Cttnninghatn&Soa
Limited.
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NEW STORE tl
I carry a complete line of
Groceries, Dry Goods and
Clothing; Hardware,
Stoves, &c. Furs bought
and sold ...��
Chas. Martin
Hazelton.
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.
Captain Duncan Rankin of the
Salvation Army, located at Andimaul, was a visitor at Hazelton
Tuesday, going on to Glen-Vowel
for a few clays.
The new Salvation Army barracks at Andimaul, 28 x 48 feet,
is now about completed, and the
construction of a school house is
to be undertaken in the spring.
The new hall at Glen-Vowel
Was opened December 21. In one
part of the building a museum of
curios and antiques of Indian
manufacture is to be placed which
is laid to be well Worth a visit.
A dog team was sent from
Glen-Vowel Wednesday to meet
Mr. Thcrtcles-dti at Kitimat and
bring him up the river.
C. S. Ewens, of the Salvation
Army at Glen-Vowel, was a visitor in town Tuesday.
Wm. Carr took out the heaviest
load of goods Monday which has
yet gone over the Bulkley road,
'weighing 4140 pounds.
"The Lone Hand" Finger Prints.
Fate is the goddess of the incompetent.
If prayer relieves the state of
mind which prompts it, it is answered, though nothing else follows.
A platonic friendship is a
friendship without any extras.
If you make too much fuss
about a budding genius he develops often into a blooming fool.
Experience teaches us how to
make the same mistakes in a
different way.
Some men are cynics, and some
have good digestions.
THE ILLUSIVE BRIDGE.
A bridge is what's needed, they cried;
But then they couldn't decide
At what place far or near���Telkwa or
Aldermere;
So the bridge question for this year has
died !
If you don't want the bridge any more
There is no use to keep it in store.
Just send it out here, and  the first
thing you'll hear:
The  Kispiox   Valley has come to the
fore !
���Kudling Kipyard.
THE HYPNOTIC EYE
And the Man Who Likes to Test It
on the Circus Animals.
The man who wants to test the
power of the human eye on savage beasts is legion, and he
affords no end of amusement for
the attendants at the circus, who
are always on the lookout for him.
Often he may be detected before
the cage of a lion, gazing intently
straight into the eyes of the dignified eld beast, who gaf.es back
with indifference and finally
shifts his eyes, not because he
feels any mystic influence, but because something else has attracted his attention.
A story is told of a man who
triad a hypnotic trick on an ostrich. At first the bird erottched
down and fluttered his Wings
nervously, but made no other
manifestation for some time. A
few hours later the body of tin
man was found, with the hug<
bird alternately star.*, ping and
sitting on it. Another is told of
a man who tried to outgaze a
leopard, with the result that the
animal made a fierce charge
against the bars of his cage and
at the man, and the two created
a disturbance that brought the
attendants hurrying.to investigate the trouble. ���Leslie's
Weekly.
Historical Any Date.
Alexander was before Tyre.
"To succeed," counselled the
generals, "we must invest the
city."
Aleck frowned.
"To make our revenge keener,
why not compel the citizens to do
the investing; let us be the promoters," he answered.
Whereupon the court jester
withdrew to draw up the prospectus.���Puck.
Advance of the Glaciers.
For a long time past the scientific observations in various parts
of the world have shown a tendency on the part of glaciers to
recede. This lias been particularly noted in the Alps. But recent information indicates that a
cnange may be at hand. At least
it has been found that since 1904
the Norway glaciers have begun
to advance again. In 1907 this
progression became general in
Norway, the advance varying
from one to 12 metres.
Herald Job Printing is the best.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District   f Cassiar
Take ntjlIiT (hat I. JoFOph Mal'.vai.i, mill man, of
Meanskinisht, Intend to applyfor permission u>
purchase the followin described Lands*! Commencing ata post planted on tho left bank of the
Skeena rfi Ir, ab >u1 two mil* n south of the village
of Meanskinisht adjslnlng '.' Fish's pre-emption,
marked "J.M.'s ��� w. con er," thence em.t 40
ehains, north *lo chain;*, lo bank ofrlver, theneo by
said bank to point of commencement, containing
80 at ret m ire or I* * ���*., JOSEPH MALWAIN.
0 tobsr81, 190R   Thomas Richard Tomlinson, agt,
Take notice that Nellie Blomstrown, of Doi vtt,
Colorado, U.S.A'.' milliner. Intends to apiiy for
pennlsslon to purchase the roll-owing described
lands:   Comir.eni.inu at a post plunteil  40 chains
wettof KeyntonV south-west corner post, being
lot 44, tlioneo West 21) chains, north lit) chains, east
20 chains, south 20 ohatns, to point of commencement NELLIE BLOMSTROWN.
October 5, 190S. per James Lindsay, Agent.
Xetwa, Bulky Valley.
Successor B. C. Transportation & Commercial Co
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DIAMOND D RANCH
Wholesale and Retail Meat Dealers-Large Warehouses.
Packers and Forwarders
Regular service to Bulkley and Telkwa Mines. Every facility for
transporting large shipments to and from the Interior. Forwarding
mining anil 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.
valise in Ik Herald 11*1
THE OMINECA HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1D08,
FIRST CLASS
j (joint of commencement, contu.ii-.ln'Jr 040 acre-i
more or less. ROBERT RANKIN JEFFREYS.
October 22, 100!'. Reginald Leake Gale, agt.
nrDer 5>i
Dunlevy Building-, Hazelton,
Clothes Pressing and Cleaning
in connection.
TOM ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
LAND NOTICES.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that Alexander William JJ acNaugh-
ton, of Vancouver. Ii- C, occupa(:l6'n carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:- commending at
a post planted on tho Southern boundary of the
Btellaquo Indian Reserve at the head of Fraser
lake, about twenty chains ipin the Booth-east
corner of said Reserve; thence south 40 chains,
thence west 80 ehains, thenee north 40 chains,
thence east 80 chain�����, to point of commencomei t.
and cop'tiiming 820 acres, more or loss,
'Alexander William MacNau ihton.
by Augusle Tjublow, Axeht for thb oald
Alexander William MacNaughton,
7th November, 1908. dc2i;
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that I, Charles Gordon Harvey, of
Bulkley Valley, farmer and pj-ospectc-f, infen** t
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:���Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east corner of Lot 11)53. Bltihoi
Dontenwin's purchase, is about one half mill
east of the Haquelget Indian Reserve, and if
about four miles in an easterly difecfion fjon
Hazelton, B. C. The post lies about one half mik
east of T.C. Taylor's north-west -,o.*nef* po ,t ol
Lot recently surves eil at* No. i'i>2, thence 40 cnains
east, 20 chains north, forty chains west, twentj
chains '.c-iith to the placeof commencement, con-
tainin*i olgnty acres, more or less. The'lane1
applied for has recently been purveyed by F.D.
Rice as Lot eight hundred and eighty three.
CHARLES CORDON HARVEY
November 16, 1908.        W. J. Larkworthy. Agent.
Take notice that Mary L. Larkworthy, of
Stratford, Orit., married woman, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described land, situated about eighteen miles I'ron
Hazelton, on t he Bulkley wagon road:���Commencing at a post planted at the south east corner, II
chairs north of Ed. Le Blond pre-emption, southwest corner, thence forty chains, north fort*-,
chains wesi. forty chains souttf, forty chains east
to the place of commencement,
MARY L. LARKWORTHY.
November 18, 1905. .        C. G. Harvey, agt.
Take noiice that I, Edward Fish, linrman, ol
Meanskinisht, B.C., inntend to anpl; for permission to purchase the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted at the mouth o'
Flintcreek, on tne east side of the Skeena river,
jibout G miles above Lome Creek, thence east 2>
chains, south 80 chains, west 20 chains more oi
less to the river, thence up the river to poinv ol
commencement. EDWARD FISH.
November 9. 1IHIS. dl2
���Take notice that I, Alexander Roderick Mac-
donakl, rancher, of Francis Lake. B.C.. intend U
apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed land: Commencing at a post marke<
"A.R.M.'s n.w. corner," planted or. the SOUtl
shore of Francis Lake, 2i> miles east of the head o
said lake, at the n.e. corner of Lot 337, thenci
south 20 chains, east 20 chains, north 20 chains
west 20 ehains to point of commencement, containing 40 acres moreor less.
ALEXANDER RODERICK MACDONALD
November 20. 1908. dl2
Take notice that I. Thomas T. Aitken, farmer,
of Bulkley Valley, intend to apply for permissioi
to purchase the following described lands: Com
mencing at a post planted at the n.e. corner of lo
1118, range V., Coast District, and being the n.w
corner, thence south 80 chains, east 40 chains
north 40 chains to south boundary of Lot 20?*i
thence west along said boundary to S.W. corner
thence north along west boundary of said Lot 208'
to n.w. corner, thence west to point of commencement THOMAS TELFER AITKEN.
November 23, 1908. dl2
Take notice that I, John J. Heffernnn, salesman
of Walkerton, Ont., intend to apply for permissioi
to purchase the following described land: Com
mencing at a post planted on the Kltzeuglatrs
about 800 feet from Deep Crei!; crossing, them,
south 10 chains, east 20 ehains, north 40 chain,
west 20 chains to point of commencement, con
taining eighty acres more or less.
JOHN J. UEFFERNAN.
December 5. 1008. ,). A. Illume, agent.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that I. Fred Pemberton, real estat*
Arcntof Victorin, B.C., intends to npply for per
mission to purchase the following described lam
Commencing at a posl planted at the s.w. cornc
20 chains east of p.���**���'��� corner of Thomas Harri:
pre-emption, thence north ��*J0 chains, east I
chains, south 40 chains, west 80 chains to point o
commencement, containg 320 acres more or less.
FRED PEMBERTON.
October 18, 1908.    .     Reginald Leake Gale, agt.
Tske noiice that,I, William l'arnell Respar
Pemberton, engineer, of Victoria, intend toappl.
for permission to purchase the following describe'
lind: Commencing at a post planted at the b.<
corner, 20 chains cast of the n.w. cornerof Thorn,*:
Harris' pre-emption, tlience north 40 chains, wes
80 chains, south CO chains, east BO chains, north 2
ehains, east 20 chains to point of commencement
containing 440 acres more or less.
William Parnell RESPARD Pkmberton
October 18, 1908. Reginald Leake Gale, agt.
Take notice that I, Robert Rankin Jeffreys,
farmer, of Cowichan, Victoria, intend to apply fci
permission to purchase the following describi
land: Commencinr at a post planted at the s.i
earner, on the north shore of Francis lake, abou
18 miles east of lot J14, thence north 80 chaiiu,
west W dual, snnth HO chains, cost 80 chains to
Take notice that I, C. V. Smith, storekeeper, of
Hazelton, intend to apply for permission to purchase tho following described land: Commencing
at a post planted at the south-east corner of lot
203. thence east forty chains, thence nortli -10
chnins. thence west 40 chains, thenee. soutli *I0
chains io point of commencement.
CHARLES VICTOR SMITH.
November 2, 1908. N. Mclnnes, a��*t.
n21
Take notice that I, Hans Pederson, contractor,
of Seattle, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands: Com- |
mencing at a post planted about 8 miles in a
southerly direction from lot 321, tho said post
marked "s.e. corner," thence west -10 chains, north
8') chains, east *10 chains', south 80 eliains to point
of beginning, containing 320 acres more or less.
HANS PEDERSON.
August 23, 190!?. Robert Sparrow, agt
Take notice that George Lloyd Hall of Vancouver, B. c, surveyor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted two miles west of
the point where Cluculz creek leaves Clucub, lake,
and about forty ehahiB wesl of the end of the lake
thenee eighty chains south, eighty chains west,
eighty ehains north,eighty chains cast to the point
of commencement, containing 640 acres, moreor
less. GEORGE LLOYD HALL.
October 31, 1008.
Take notice that I, Edward Brady, lawyer, of
Seattle, intend to apply for permission to pin-chase
tho following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about 4 miles south of lot 321, said
post marked "n.w. comer," tlience south 80
chnins, east 80 chains, north SO chains, West 80
chainsto place of beginning, containing 0*10 acres
more or less. EDWARD BRADY.
August21,1908. Robert Sparrow, ai-t.
Take notice that I, Kat.e Hall, of Herefi rdahiro,
England, married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands: commencing at a post planted thrj. miles
north and two miles wpst of the point where Cluculz creek leaves Clucnlz lake thence south eighty
chain.-:, west eighty chains, north eighty chains,
east eighty chains to the point of commencement,
containing 640 ncres, move or less.
November2, 1C08. KATE HALL.
G. L. Hall, Agent.
T,ake notice thnt I, Francis 3. Bower, of Chester
Enghr.it, schoolmaster, intend to apply for permission to purchase thefollowing deacriced lands:
commencing at a post planted three miles north
and two miles west..: t!*.. point where Cluoulz
creekicaves Cluaulz lake, thence north eighty
chiiius, .*, est eighty chain.-.. Bouth eighty chains.
eat'. (. ;bty chains to the place of commencement,
containing640aores, more:: less,
FRANCIS J. BOWER.
November 2. 1908, I.'. L. Hall, Au< :it.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast.
Take notice that rTMilton Green, of
Victoria, merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the n.e. corner, joining the
G. T. P. coal lands on the south, and on
the west bank of Telkwa, thence 80
chains west, 80 chains south, 80 chains
east, 80 chains north to point of com-
numcument, containing (M0 acres more or
less.' Milton Green.
Sept. 9, 1908. Thos. L. Carr, agt.
Take notice that I, Lemuel Robinson By
lawyer, of Seattle, intend toapply forpermjs
to purchase the following described lands : l
mencing at a post planted at the north end
small lake about 5 miles s.e. of the" west ei
Chaalatta lake, posl marked '"s.e. corner," th
west ISO chains, north 40 chains, east SO chi
south -10 chains to point of commencement,
taining 320 acres, mors or less.
LEMUEL RO'BINSON BYRNE
August 30, 1908. Robert Sparrow,
rue,
sion
lon>
of a
id of
anco
lins,
eon-
agl.
Take notice Ihat I. Ernest Hall, of Altrincham,
Cheshire*, Englan'l, ironmaster, intend to apply
for permission to'purchase Uu following described lands: commencing at a post planted three
miles nortli and two niles west of the point where
Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz lake, thence ncrth
eighty chains, east eighty chains, south eighty
chains, westcighty chains to the point of commencement, containing C40 acres, moreor less.
November 2, 1938. ERN EST HALL,
G. L. Hall. Agent.
Take notice that George Nelson Mc-
Bairi of Vancouver, merchant, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commeneijig
at a post planted at the s.e. comer, <i
miles soutp from the G. T. P. coal rand ;
and joining Milton Green on the south.
thence 80 chains west, 80 chains north.
80 chai is east, 80 chains south to point
of commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
George Nelson McBain.
Sept. 9, 1908.        '  Thos. L. Carr, agt.
Take notice that I, Terry Ward of
Vancouver, clerk, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at A post
planted at the n. e. corner, 2 milt!
southerly from the G. T. P. coal land:*,
and joining Gen. Nelson McBain on the
south, thence west 80 chains, south 8')
chains, east 80 chains, north 80 chains
lo point of commencement, containing
640 a'ie.3 more or less,
Perry Ward.
Sept. 9, 1908.       Thos. L. Carr, agent.
Take notice that I, Walter Samuel Camp, druggist, of Seattle, intend to apply for permission to
purchase :he following described land*;: Commencing at a post planted about r, miles s.e. from
the s.e. corner of lot 321, said post marked '���n.w.
corner," thence south 10 chains, east 40 ehains.
north 40 chains, west 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 100 acres, more or less.
WALTER SAMUEL CAMP.
August 22, 1908. Robert Sparrow, agt.
Take notice that 1, Harry Merton Frost, tailor,
jf Seattle, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
it a post planted about 3 miles from the s.e. corner
if lot 321. said post marked "n.w. corner,"' tlience
east &0 chains, south SO chains, west 80 chains,
north 80 chains,containing640acres, moreor less.
HARRY MERTON FROST.
August 27. 1��08. Robert Sparrow, agt.
nU
Takp notice that I, Blaisdals M. Rogers, road
superintendent, of Hazelton, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
land: Commencing at a post planted 1 1-4 milts
loutheastof the s.e. corner of the Morricetown
Indian Reser"e No, 3, Bulkley Valley, thence
soutli 40 chains, east 40 chains, north 40 chains,
west 10 chains to point of commencement.
BLAISDALE M. ROGERS.
October !3. 1908. nil
Take notice that I, Herbert C. Hankln. miner,
if Hazelton, B.C., intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands:���Commencing at a post planted at the south-east cor-
ler, about 1 1-2 miles south of Mosquito Flats,
narked "H. C. Ilankin's south-east corner post,"
whence 20 chains north, following the bank of the
Bulkley river, thence west 20 chains, south 20
jhains, east 20 chainsto point of beginning.
HERBERT C. IIANKIN.
October 30, 1903. nov7
Take notice that I, William J. Robinson of Liverpool, England, lawyer intend toapply for permission to purchase the following dcscrlb3d lands:
commencing ,it a post plgntpc] 160 chains due
east of the point where Clucul/. creek leaves Cluculz lake, thence north eighty chains, west eighty
chains, south, eighty chairs*., cast eighty chains to
the point of commencement, containing G10 acres,
more or less. WILLIAM J. ROBINSON.
November 2,1908. G L. Hall, agent.
Take notice that 1, Sthphen Spencer,
| cannery man, of Victoria,1 intend to apply
\ for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the n.e. corner about i!
miles south from the G. T. P. eoal lands
and joining Perry Ward on the south,
fchance west SO chains, south SO chain?,
cast 80 chains, north 80 chains, to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less. Stephen Spencer.
Sept. 9, 1908.       Thos. L. Carr, agent.
Take notice that I, C. Addison Hall, of Herefordshire, England, gentleman, intend toapply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands:-- Commencing at a po3t planted one n-ile
north and two mil's west of the point where Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz lake, :hence north eighty
chains, west eighty chains, south eighty chains,
cast eighty chains to the point of commencement,
containing 010 acres, more or less.
C. ADDISON HALL.
October 31, 1908. G. L. Hill, Agent.
Take notice that 1, Mary Patterson, of Kimble
Co., Texas, married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands:���Commencing at a post planted two miles
north and one nn'le west of the point Where Cluculz creek leaves Clpcplz lake, thence south 1-0
chains, east 80 chains, north 80 chains, west 80
chains to the point of commencement, containing
340 acres, more or less. MARY TATTERSON.
November 2, 1908. G. !.. Hall, Agent.
Take notice tint 1, Joseph Coyle, publisher, of
lazelton, B.C., intend to apply for permission to
lurchase the following described laml:���Commcnc-
ng at a post planted at the south-east corner of
iVilliam Bryan's purchase, and marked "J. C.'s
4.w. corner," thenee north -10 chains, east 20
���hains, south 40 chains, we.-t 20 chains to point of
beginning, containing SO acres, more or less.
JOSEPH COYLE.
Dated October 13, 1908. J. A. Blume, agt.
n7
Take notice that I, John Hall, of Altrincham,
Cheshire.  England, ironmaster, intend to api ly
! for permission lo purchase the following described
1 lands:���commencing atapost planted 80 chains
! north of the point where Cluculz creek leaves
j Cluculz   lake,  tlience  north   80  chains,   cast 80
I chains, south 80 chaina, west 80 chains to the point
of commencement, containing G-IO acres, moreor
less. JOHN HALL.
November 2, 1903. <;. L. Hall, Agc-nt.
Take notice that I, Arthur L. Mudge, of Kimble Co., Texas, rancher, intend to apply fcr permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands:
commencing at a pest planted 100 chains cast
of the point where Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz
lake, thence north so chains, east 80 chains, soutli
80 chains, west SO ehains to the point of com-
, rnencement. containing 010 acres, mere er less,
ARTHUR L. MUDGE.
November 2,1908. <i. L.Hall, Agent.
Take notice that 1, Ernest Temple,
merchant of Victoria, inti id to apply
for permission to purchase thefollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the n.e. corner 6 1-2 miles
s.w. from the south fork of the Telkwn
and on the north bank of the Telkwa,
thence south 80 chains, west 80 chains,
peril) SO chains, cast 80 chains to'poinl
of commencement, cpntaining 640 acre:*
more or less. Ernest Temple.
Sept. 3, 1908. Thos. L. Carr, agent
Take notico that I, William I. Kirk,
merchant, of Victoriva. intend to apply
for permission to purchase the followin;
described lands: commencing at a pos'
planted at the n.w. corner 0 1-2 miles
s.w. from thesouth fork of the Telkwa
on the north bank, thence south SO chains
east 80 chains, north 80 chains, west 8*
chain? to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
William J. Kirk.
Sept. 8, 190S.      Thos. L. Carr, agent.
Take notice that I, William Hill, oi
Victoria, farmer, intend to apply foi
permission to purchase the followinc
tlescribed lands: commencing at a pos-
planted at the n.e. corner 4 1-2 miles
s.w. from south fork of Telkwa on th.
north bank and joining W. J. Kirk or
the east, thence 8) chains south, 8(
chains west, 80 chains north, 80 chains
east to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more crjess.
William Hill.
Sept. 3, 1908.       Thos. L. Carr, agent,
Take notice that I, Vesta Holt Deane, of Hazelton, married woman, intend to apply for permission to pnrchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east
sorner of Taylor's   purchase,    thence   south -10
'hains, east SO chains, north -13 chains, and west
*ii chains to point of commencement.
:.*,th November, 1908. VtSBTA Hoi.T DlCANI*:.
n2H I <r.I. it. C. Diane, agenl.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice- that 1 Gcltlon N Copcman of
Keating, II. C. rancher, intend to apply f, r per-
mii'.'.iou to purchase tin* followingdescribed lands:
Commencing at e post planted three miles
west of the point when Cluculz creek leaves Clu-
suls lake, and about 120 chains vest of the end of
he laki. ihence nortli eighty chains, tlience west
eighty chains, thence south eighty chains, thence
east eighty chains to the point of commencement,
containing Gin acres, mire or less.
GORDON N. COPEMAN.
October 81, 1008. O. L. Hall, Agent.
i    Take notice that I, Peter Patterson, of  Rinitlie
j Co., Texas, rancher, intends to apply for permis-
J sion to purchase the following described lands:���
i    commencing at a post planted two miles north
and one mile west of the point where Cluculz
' creek leaves Cluculz lake, thence north so chains,
, east 80 chains, south 80 chains, west 80 eliains to
the point cf commencement, containing '"-IO acres,
moro or less. PETER PATTERSON.
November 2, 11)08. O. L. ll.ill. A* cit.
Take notice that 1, Harry Abbott, of
Victoria, engineer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the followin*-*
described lands: commencing at a posl
| planted at the s.w. corner 4 1-2 miles
s.w. from south fork of Telkwa on th
north bank joining William Hill's location on the n.e. corner, thence eight*,
chains north, eighty chains east, eighty
chains south, eighty chains west to point
of commencement," containing 640 acres
more or less. HARRY ABBOTT.
Sept. 3, 1903.       Thos. L. Carr, agent.
Take notice that I, Frank A. Hall, of Vancouver,
B. C, surveyor, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the followin/ described lands: commencing at a post planted one mile north and two
niles west of the point whereClUCUlz creek leaves
rjluculs lake, thence eighty chains south, thence
right? chains west, thence eichty chains north,
.hence eighty eliains east to toe point oi eom-
ricneiment. containing (110 acres, more or less.
Jclobc-rSl, 1008. FRANK A. HALL.
(I. L. Hall, Agent
Take notice that I, James Patterson, of Kimble
[ Co., Texas, rancher, intend to apply for pcrniis-
; sion to purchai e the fell -wing described lands:*���
commencing at a post t lanted 180 chains east
j of the point where ClucuU creek leaves (I tcull
1 lake, thence wist 80 chains, thence south lOchslnfc
more or less to thb shore ol Cluculz lake, thenct
1 easterly I o chairs follow ing the shore of tin 11,,
iin.-,., e north *lo chains moire or les; t-�� the pi int of
i coinnniu emeut, containing 400 acres iu. ro or le; s.
JAMES PATTERSON.
November2,1003. C. I.. Hall; Agent.
Take notice that I, Frederlok S. Hal!, of Kimble
Co., Texas, rancher, inlend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
commencing at a post ph nted three, miles north
and two miles west of tbe point where Cluculz
creek leaves Clucul,; lake, theneo south 80 chaina,
east 80 chains, north 80 chains, west 80chains to
the point of commencement, containing 840 acres,
more or less. FREDERICK S. HALL.
November 2. li/08. G. L. Hall, Agent,
Take notice that I, Florence Hall, of Kimble Co.,
Texas, married woman, intends to ^pply for permission to purchase the followingdescribed lands:
commencing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles weat of the point where Cluculz
reek  leaves Cluculz lake,  thence north eighty
hains, east eighty chains, south  eighty chains,
,veBt eighty chains to the pointol* commencement,
:ontaining B40 acres, more or less.
October HI, 1008. FLORENCE HALL.
G, L. Mall. Aaent.
Take noticcthat I, Hrrl.'-r. Boult, of Liverpool
England, cotton broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described kinds:
commencing atapost planted 160 chains east
of the point where Cluculz creek leaves Cluculz
lake, thenee east 1*0 chains, south -10 chains, mote
or less, to the shore of clue jlz lake, thence westerly 80 chains, following the shore of the lake, |
thenee north 10 chains more or less, to tho point of
commencement, containing 100acres, moreor less.
HERBERT BOULT.
November 2, 1908. G. L. Hall, Agent.
(128
Subscribe for Tho Omineca Herald.
Takenotice that 1, John LouisGraham
Abbott, solicitor, of Vancouver, intend
to apply for permission to purchase th*
followingdescribed lands: commencing
at a post planted at the sotuh-east corner 2 \-2 miles southwest from thesouth
fork of Telkwa and on the r.orth bank,
joining Harry Abbtt's location on the
'east, thence eighty < hains north, eighty
chains wt st, eighty chains south, eighty
chains east to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
.Ioiin' Louis GRAHAM Abbott.
Sept. 3, 1'JwS.       Thos. L. Carr, agent.
Take notice that I, Harry Hamilton
Abbott, manufacturer's agent, of Victoria, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a pest planted at the
southwest corner 2 1-2 miles, southwest
from-south fork of the Telkwa and on
the north bank and joining J. L. G.
Abbott's location on the east, thenee
eighty chains north, eighty chains east,
eighty chains south, e'ehty chains west
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Harry Hamilton Abbott.
Sept. 3, 1908.       Thos. L. Carr, agent.
Take notice that I, Osborne Plunkett
of Vancouver, solicitor, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lamia: commencing at a
post planted at Ihe souteast comer 1-2
mile southwest from south fork of the
Telkwa and on the north bank, and joining H. 11. Abbott's location on the east,
Ihence eighty chains north, eighty
chains west, eighty chains south, eighty
chains east to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres, more or less.
Sept. 3, 1008. Osborne Plunkett.
sc2G Thoe. L. Carr, affent.
OMINECA LAND DISTRICT '
District of Cassiar
Take notice that I, Joseph Ma) wain, mill man, ol
Meanskinisht, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the followinc; described lands: Commencing at a post planted on the left bank of tho
Si'.eena'river, about two miles south of the village
of Meanskinjsht, adjoining E. Fish's pre-emption,
marked "J.M.'a n.w. corner," thence east 40
chains, north 40 chains to bank of river, thenee by
said bank to point Of commencement, containing
80 acres more or i'ess. ' JOSEPH MALWA1N.
October 31, 1908. Tftomap Richard Tomlinson, agt,
' nl4
Take noticet^at Nellie Blornstrown, of Denver.
Colorado, U.S.A., milliner, intends to Apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
Vest of Keyiiton's south-west corner post, bpinpf
lot -14, ihence west 20 chains, Perth 20 chains, cast
SO chains, south 20 chains, topointof commence-'
ment. NELLIE JsLOMSTROWN.   '
October 5. 1908. per James Lindsay", Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
1, 'fhomns L. Carr, of Aldermere, B. C, hcribj
give notice that George Rudge, of Port Simpson,
or anyone to whom ho may hav-* transferred his
interests) has failed to contribute his proportion
of one-quarter interest of the expenditure required by Section 21 of the Mineral Aet, amounting to
three year.;' 'assessment, $307.20; on the group of
four claims known as the Morning Star. Evening
Star, Venus and Mars, situated on Star Creek, one
and a half miles from Howson Basin.
If, after the expiration of ninety [0Q] days, the
aforesaid George Rudge, or anyone to whom ha
may have transferred bis interests, fails to contribute his proportion, together with aljf costs of
advertising, his interests in the above claims
shall become vested in his co-o^'hers, p-ro' rata, as
provided for in section 25 b of the Mineral Act.
Datid October 10 1908. Thomas h'. Carr.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Rev. J. Field.
Sunday set vices���Morning ser-.
vice 11 a.m. Sunday School 2-15
p.m. Nativa Service 3-30 p.m.
JAMES  COYLE
Civil Engineer
83-31 Downs Block
Seattle, Wash.
Gold, Silver,
Copper, each 50c.
G. G. WEST
Provincial     530 Richards St.,
Assayer. Vancouver, B.C.
"f
KITSEAS, B.C.
Keeps a Full Stock of���
eneral Merchandise
AT LOW PRICES
Kitselas is on Skeena River,
and a short distance from the
mouth of Copper River.
Prospectors' ancj Settlers' Supplies
Always on Hand.
The GLACIER HOUSE
The only hotel between Hazelton 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.
WE PRINT
Commercial Stationery,
Booklets, Circulars and all
kinds of Advertising
Literature, at tho
Herald Printing Office
Hazelton, B.C.

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