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° Kingsford Smith & Co.
Stock and General
AUCTIONEERS
Commission and Real Estate Agents.
860 Granville, Vancouver.
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Victoria Edition
The Week
fl British Columbia Review,
Published at Victoria and Vancouver B. 6.
yoL. IV.   No. 28
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907
The Editor's Review
Of Current Topics.
ow to Re-elect
[ayor Morley.
The   local   press,   both
Conservative and Liberal,
has commenced its campaign for the re-election
[f Mayor Morley, and if it is pursued from
low until January with the same diligence
d skill, there is no doubt that he will
ve a third term of office. The Week
inted out last December that his re-elec-
>n for a second term had been ensured
the persecution to which the daily press
d subjected him.   The result verified the
ediction, people who have no use what-
er for the man rallied to his support
icause criticism   had   degenerated into
(nseless abuse. During the last few weeks,
e same course has been pursued, and one
per in particular has adopted a line
lich can only result in the discomfiture
its cause.    Mayor Morley has made
any mistakes,  and has shown himself
terly   incapable of   administering   the
airs of the City, or even of appreciating
e wishes of the citizens.   But even so it
rdly helps forward the cause of good
vernment to label him as "unfit to take
arge of a yellow dog."    There is alto-
ither too much of the personal in these
[tuperative attacks, and the best invest-
mt which the ratepayers of Victoria
ild make would be to pay the local press
ndsomely not to mention Mayor Mor-
's name in any connection, except when
mally reporting his official utterances,
m now   until   election   time,   if they
ild by any possibility, or by any bribe be
luced to adopt this course there would
no trouble in deposing him from  a
sition to which he should never have
n elected.
Elsewhere in this issue
iiber Trusts, will be found an important article on the subject
Lumber Trusts, with special reference
British Columbia. The author is a
peer of the Province, a man who has
Ivelled far and wide, one who is thor-
ghly conversant with the conditions
[ich prevail in every section, and a man
|o has no personal interest in the Lum-
Industry. In the course of a par-
lularly able article, lie says some things
lh which The*Week does not agree, but
r*re is sufficient truth, and sufficient
awledge of the subject displayed to jus-
ly the publication of tlie article, which
listitutes a valuable contribution to any
[mission of the lumber question. The
l.ok affords the publication in order to
lect attention to conditions which un-
libtedly exist and which are inimical to
public interest. "Pioneer" states one
le of the case, and The Week will be
lased to open its columns to any serious
Itribution in defence of the Lumber-
|n's case. In view of tlie fact that the
berta Government is on the eve of in-
fitting proceedings against the lumber
llers of that Province, and that the B.
Government is being urged to take
liilar steps, "Pioneer's" article must be
jsidered as timely, and will no doubt
Inulate interest in an important subject.
The Victoria Colonist has
Colonist        just   celebrated   its   red
Inifesto. letter   day,   perhaps   it
would be more correct to
its red letter week.    As the leading
newspaper of the Coast, with ancient and
honourable traditions, it has felt its responsibility and has fairly risen to the
occasion—said occasion being the visit of
the British journalists. In addition to the
excellent reports of the sayings and doings
of these important members of the fourth
estate, so faithfully chronicled day by
day in its columns, the Colonist has in
the persons of its staff chaperoned members of the party and inducted them into
an acquaintance with the attractions of the
Capital City and the resources of Vancouver Island. Further the Managing Director of the Colonist has entertained the
Press men with a display of hospitality
which was as gratifying to them as it was
creditable to himself and his paper. All
this is as it should be, and inasmuch as it
sends our illustrious visitors away with the
most favourable impressions of Victoria,
the representatives of the Colonist must
be .complimented on the manner in which
they have rendered an important public
service. An appreciation of this does not,
however, render the editorial columns of
the Colonist immune from criticism, and
the man who stops to think will regret that
it felt called upon to minister to the mental as well as to the physical requirements
of the visitors. The Colonist is strong on
the side of hospitality, it is lamentably and
one fears hopelessly weak when endeavoring to deal with public issues of a broad
character. Parochial politics, vestry meetings, city councils, Boards of Trade are its
natural "metier," Dominion and certainly
Imperial questions, far beyond its grasp.
The Week has had occasion several times
to call attention to ridiculous mis-statements of fact in its editorial columns with
respect to British affairs, and its absolute
ignorance even of the geography of the
British Isles. It is therefore a pity that
the visit of the Press men should have
been signalized by the publication of a
manifesto in the Colonist of August 7th
on the subject of Japanese immigration,
especially as visitors, unlike residents, may
take it for granted that a paper of the
status of the Colonist correctly represents
public opinion. That this is not so
everyone who has followed its meanderings
through the immigration field is well
aware. On this important question it has
boxed the compass. When the Trades and
Labour Council of Canada held its annual
convention in Victoria last winter, the
Colonist congratulated the committee on
having selected the Capital City for its
meeting place, because they had come
among the people who would put them
right on the subject of Chinese immigration, and they would soon learn that public
opinion was in favour of reducing the head
tax. After the scare about Chinese ownership of the Colonist, it went to the other
extreme, and condemned Oriental immigration in every shape and form. Lately
it has veered towards that position which
is technically known as "sitting on the
fence." Everyone should read the manifesto referred to in order to see how ridiculous a writer can make himself when
dealing with a subject which he has not
mastered, but the part of the manifesto
which The Week would particularly direct, attention is towards the end, in which
the Colonist declares that Canadians have
never been slow to make sacrifices for Im
perial reasons (presumably this refers to
the Canadian contribution to the Imperial
navy). Then follow these remarkable
words "WE have, not quite without protest, but certainly without very serious expressions of dissatisfaction, seen choice
parts of our territory given up to our
neighbours for the sake of the peace of the
Empire, but WE will not be so complaisant
in regard to a policy which will lead to
the over-running of what we have left
(presumably a few paltry acres), by a
people alien in blood, institutions,
language and traditions. If the Imperial
Government is unable to appreciate the importance of preserving the Western frontier of Canada as a British frontier, in
fact as well as in name, IT IS NOT
EASY TO FORSEE WHAT STEPS
OUR'OWN PEOPLE MAY FEEL
CALLED UPON TO TAKE." (Surely
not secede). In this paragraph the use
of tlie pronoun "we" is simply delicious,
and again reminds The Week of one of
Landseer's most celebrated paintings,
"DIGNITY AND IMPUDENCE." Perhaps, however, the most delightful paragraph of this remarkable manifesto is the
concluding one which assumes that the
whole responsibility for Japanese immigration into British Columbia rests upon
the Imperial Government, an assumption
which entirely ignores the fact that time
and again the Federal Government has
disallowed legislation by which the Provincial Government sought to exclude the
Oriental. The Colonist is just as wide of
the mark when it would have the British
Press men believe that the majority of the
people of Canada are opposed to Japanese
immigration. As a matter of fact Eastern
Canada is either indifferent or openly
opposed to the wishes of British Columbia
in this matter which accounts for the difficulty experienced by the local Government
in obtaining from them either moral or
legal support. In view of these facts it
is surely a work of supererogation to inform the Home Government that "There
are limitations to the spirit of self-sacrifice of the Canadian people," on which the
comment of every self-respecting Canadian
will be "In the name of the Prophet, figs!"
It is not easy to do jus-
Keir Hardie.        tice to Mr. Keir Hardie
in connection with his recent visit to British Columbia, and the
series of addresses which he delivered.
For one thing he wisely refrained from
expressing an opinion upon Canadian affairs and Canadian problems, pleading insufficient acquaintance with the country.
This reticence, whilst praiseworthy, deprived his auditors of the opportunity of
hearing from a man of influence and note
what he thought of some of the most striking features of the great New World. At
Vancouver he did probe the labour question sufficiently to deduce that whilst
wages were high, the cost of living was
proportionately high, and "income and expenditure balanced."   This is not strictly
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AUCTIONEERS
COMMISSION AND
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
51 FORT ST. VICTORIA, B. C.
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correct, and one cannot resist the conclusion that the utterance was prompted and
not spontaneous. All over the world the
difference between income and expenditure
among working men is very slight, even
where the former exceeds the latter; but
it is greater in Canada than in any part
of the world. This is true whether the
test be applied to skilled or unskilled
labour. A few years ago the statement
would not have been true as applied to
skilled labour, because in all the American
workshops, expert men were earning from
twenty-five to forty per cent, more than
their Canadian confreres. The prosperity
of the last three years and the enormous
expansion of Canadian industries, has altered this and today as a rule, the Canadian artisan is as well paid as the American. When one regards unskilled labour,
the margin is greatly in favour, of the Canadian. Whether in the East or in the
AVest, the common labourer nortli of the
International boundary line receives from
twenty to thirty per cent, more than is
paid south of the line. It is true that the
cost of living in Canada is much higher
than in the States, but not high enough
to wipe out the whole of this favourable
margin. One would like to ask Mr. Keir
Hardie where else he could travel, either
within or without the British Empire and
find so large a percentage of labouring
men owning their own homes, and cultivating their own land. Where he could
find the working man's family so comfortably housed, and so well clothed and
fed, where he could find the working
man's children better educated or enjoying
more of the luxuries of life. There can
only be one answer to such questions, and
therefore it is well to check Mr. Hardie's
statement and to supplement it with a recital of these conditions which every Canadian wishes to maintain and to render permanent. On the immigration question,
pursuing the same policy, Mr. Hardie
naturally declined to commit himself, but
he made one statement of a startling character whicli clearly indicates his attitude
and which at once betrays a hopeless divergence between his party and the majority of those who have studied the immigration question. He declared himself
opposed to every system of emigration, but
would keep the population of the British
Isles intact so that reformers like himself
might work out their own scheme at home,
and by furnishing an object lesson to the
nation of the evils of poverty, and misery,
the more surely accomplished a social revolution. This is the declaration of an irreconcilable. It outlines a policy so drastic
that it is n matter of surprise that the
party of which Mr. Hardie is leader
should have found even thirty men to
stnnd upon their platform. It is to refuse
half a loaf because they cannot get the
whole. It is to reject any amelioration of
their lot until they can secure a final
remedy. But this is only taking the narrow sectional view of the position. Such
a policy means witholding from the Colonies and the greater Empire beyond the
sons, British blood, British enterprise, and
British influence. Mr. Keir Hardie may
be consistent even in this, for he is an
avowed anti-Imperialist, but ho is also a
man of high intelligence, a thinker, an
idealist nnd one almost fears a fanatic,
perhaps it is the latter phase which prevents him from realizing that lie is running counter to the aspirntions and the
traditions or the greatest governing nnd
colonizing power the world hns ever known. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907.
Sporting
Comment
The Victoria lacrosse players added another victory to their list last
Saturday when they handed the Bellingham players an overwhelming
beating. The visiting players were no
match for local exponents and at no
time during the game did they have
an opportunity to score. The local
youngsters showed the effects of good
hard practice and were in condition
to play a hard game, but they were
not called on to exert themselves.
Now that a start has been made to
put a Victoria team in the field the
players should be encouraged. The
attendance at the match last Saturday was not as big as was expected,
and although the local club did not
lose they did not make anything.
Every club, no matter how strictly
amateur it may be, requires a certain amount of financia' aid and if the
Victoria team is advance it is up to
the citizens to support it. Although
the game was very onesided, the Victoria boys showed clearly that they
understand and can play the game
and with a little more experience will
make a ' dangerous aggregation for
any team to tackle. The standard set
by the players last week is only bearing out the contention of The Week
that there are enough players in Victoria to form a good strong team.
The boys have got off right and it
will indeed be surprising if application
for entry in senior company is not
made next season.
The next game which the local
players will participate in will be
a match against the New Westminster
Intermediates in this city on the 17th
inst. This game should be well worth
witnessing and those who are anxious
to see the game again come into favor
should not miss the opportunity of
seeing it. In arranging this match
the local club has incurred considerable expense which will have to be
met. The club guarantees the entire
expenses of the visitors and unless
sufficient is taken at the gate the boys
will have to dig down in their own
pockets. The players are already
training for the match and if they
should win this contest they will be
on the right way for an application
into senior company next season.
the best.
The annual cricket week opens in
Vancouver on the 19th inst, and already entries have been accepted from
seven clubs. This will make it more
interesting and will mean that every
team will have more games.
The defeat administered to the Oak
Bay Club in Vancouver last Saturday,
was very decisive, but the local players had slightly the worst of it in
the fact that they went on the field
immediately on their arrival. In the
Oak Bays' second innings Francis, the
old reliable, contributed 40 not out
and was well supported by Robertson,
26 not out. The former had the misfortune to play on in the first innings
and his dismissal had a decided effect
on the team.
Crosfield, the Vancouver fast
bowler, has been in town for the past
week awaiting the recovery of Mrs.
Crosfield, who is an inmate of the
Jubilee Hospital. All cricketers will
be pleased to learn that Mrs. Crosfield is now convalescent, and that
Crosfield, Junior, who took advantage of his mother's illness to indulge
in a case of measles, is making rapid
recovery.
The Victoria cricket club is now
taking measures to secure a good representation for the club during the
cricket week at Vancouver. If the
men can be got there, there is very
little doubt as to the result and the
abiding place of the cup will be Victoria. It is to be hoped that all hands
required by the skipper will make a
determined effort to sustain the reputation made by the club last year. In
the composition of the team it is
expected that the following will be
participants: J. C. Barnacle, A. F. R.
Martin, J. W. York, W. P. Gooch,
F. M. Meredith, W. Acton Briggs,
W. Baker, Q. D. Warden, V. Cobbett,
H. A. Goward, D. M. Rogers, A. Ashby, W. Irving.
All credit is due to Thomas, who
scored the first century made by a
Vancouver player in the Terminal
City in the past fifteen years.
UMPIRE.
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Amusement lovers should remember
that Victoria's new vaudeville house,
to be known as "Pantage's Theatre,"
(the Old Grand, Johnson Street), will
open with a thoroughly up-to-date
show on Monday, August 12th,
A match race between J. Day, the
Irish runner, who arrived from Australia a few days ago and some local
man would  certainly be a good  attraction  for the  Provincial fall  fair
which  will  be  held  in  Victoria  the
latter part of September.    The committee of management has the matter in hand and it is hoped that such
an attraction will be a feature of the
programme.    Day  is  not  particular
who he races and would rather meet
some of the champions than one who
is unknown.    In Australia he made a
practice of racing horses, and according  to  press   clippings  he  won   the
majority of them.    If it is impossible
to  secure a  match with any runner
it might be possible to arrange a race
with some of the local trotters.
Provincial Exhibition
Victoria, B. C.
September 24th to 28th, 1907
The Biggest and Best in the Province.
NEW GROUNDS, NEW STABLES, NEW RACE TRACK.
$50,000 Expended on Grounds and Equipment this year.
PRIZE   LIST  INCREASED NEARLY FIFTY PER CENT IN
STOCK DIVISIONS.
SPECIAL PRIZES AND VALUABLE  TROPHY  CUPS  IN
EVERY DEPARTMENT.
LIVE STOCK PARADES EVERY DAY.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE PRIZES AND
CUPS IN  COMMERCIAL FRUIT EXHIBIT.
FOUR DAYS HORSE RACING
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS.
ENTRIES CLOSE SEPT. 16TH. WRITE FOR PRIZE LIST.
J.  E.  SMART,  Secretary-Treasurer.
P. O. Drawer 761, Victoria, B.C.
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The coolest, airiest and most comfortable lounge will be found at The
Cosy Corner Tea Rooms, Fort Street.
Luncheons, teas and after-theatre
suppers are served in the most attractive style, and in addition to the
bi-weekly orchestra there is a special
feature on Saturday evenings in
phonograph selections. This is easily
the most fashionable resort in the
city for light refreshments.
COAL
J. KINGHAM & CO.,
Hctoria Agents for the Nanaimo. Collieries.
New Wellington Coal.
The best household coal in the marke  at
current rates.  Anthracite coal for sale.
34 Broad Street. Phone 647
VICTORIA
Billy Blackbourne again demonstrated his ability as a pitcher when
pitching for Port Angeles, hc defeated the Everett team. It has always
been contended that Blackbourne is
a good twirler and all that is required is some person to take hold
of him and develop all he has got.
A Food
Beverage.
There arc no moral or
physiological reasons why
you should avoid drinking
pure porter. It is a fine tonic
and restorative for the enervating effects of hot weather.
This afternoon, Victorians will be
given an opportunity of witnessing
some fast going at the Driving Park
when several of the fastest Automobile drivers in thc world will try conclusions. Thc meet has been arranged under thc sanction of the Northwest Auto and Track Association and
in all thc cities in which they have
raced good sport has been furnished.
Among those who will take part are
Virgil Hall, Los Angeles; Doc Bryant, Syracuse; Roy Mechlin, Scotland, and Abe Perkins. Several local
cars will enter in thc contests and an
effort is being made to have some
local driver go after thc cracks. This
would bc an interesting race, and
would show the visitors that Victor?!!
has some drivers who are ecj-ukl to
Carnegie's
Swedish Porter
is lhe purest and most nourishing malt beverage on the
market. Famous in Europe
for over 150 years. Bottled
at the world-renowned Carnegie Brewery, Gothenburg,
Sweden.
ASK FOR CARNEGIE'S
The
Summer Season
is now upon us.   COOL DRINKS
in an AIRY BAR can be obtained
The Carlton Lounge
corner Douglas and View streets,
Victoria, B. C.
I R. P. CLARK   ::   ::    Proprietor
CHAS. MURISET, Manager.
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business!
SHELVES
SYDNEY SMITH
TALKED TEA.
He said: '|Thank God for tea! What would the world do without tea? How did it exist? I am glad I was not born before
tea."  He should have tasted the finest blend on the market today:
Dixi Ceylon Tea
35c. and 50c. Per Lb.
DIXI H. ROSS & CO.
Cash Gkooees - - - 111 Government Steeet.
FOR SALE
CHEAP
APPLY
PEDEN
Forst Street
Victoria.
You Will Want a Sweater
JAEGER
-FOR-
CAMPING, ROWING,
YACHTING, ETC.
fsk ^e 'lave Sweaters of every description and
Ifpll    for  everey  purpose.    They  come   in  White,
Grey,   Heather,   Navy   and   Fancy   Patterns,
with high roll, low or no collar, button fronts,
etc., and in all weights.
PRICES FROM $1.50 TO $5.50.
Sweater,
Turn-Down Collar.
Dr.   Jaeger's   All-Wool   Sweater   with   V-
shaped neck makes an ideal Boating Sweater.
E. CHAPMAN
DAVIS  CHAMBERS,  HASTINGS STREET, W, VANCOUVER.,
Sole Agent in B. C. for Atkinson's Royal Irish Poplin Ties. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10. 1907
How About the
Fruit Canning
This Summer?
II Women who are not fully provided
for the emergency, will want to know
where the fullest assortment of canning accessories can be found, so that
their wants may be supplied with the
least possible delay.
_ Fruit Jars.
_ Rubbers.
•I Jelly Tumblers.
CJ These are the principal things and
they can be had of us in the best
qualities.
^ Didn't know there were different
grades ?
_ Indeed yes! Some glass will crack
when it is heated and some when it
cools off.   Ours is safe.
VISIT THIS
Big Furniture Sale
BETTER GOODS AND BETTER VALUES HERE.
Before you finally decide upon the purchase of any furniture, no matter how alluring the price reductions may seem, come in and see the values we are offering at this Furniture Sale of ours.
The sale has been "running" for some time, but no matter—the values offered today are as good
and in many cases better than at the start. Forty-five years ago we inaugurated this furniture sale,
and since that time thousands have taken advantage of the honest goods and honest prices we have offered.
Some of you "old timers" will probably remember the start, and you know the growth and the
present extensive business we enjoy. This is pretty near proof enough that our business transactions
with the Victorian people have been satisfactory.   The name spells "Reliability" to most of them.
The aim during all this business experience of ours has been to give you good reliable merchandise
at a fair price, to treat all people alike, having but one price to all, and one that at the very first is
marked to the very lowest notch and that represents the fairest possible price for the article upon
which the tag hangs.
You want good furniture for your home, not flimsy cheap "stuff" that soon' falls to pieces. It is
mighty poor policy to get the latter sort unless you want a frequent change of furnishings. Buy your
every furniture need at this store, where every member of the firm offers you the use of a life's expperi-
ence in this single business. Don't take our word for the superior quality of our goods and the lowness
of the prices, but come in and compare them for yourself.   We are satisfied to leave it to you.
Screen Doors, Window
Screens for Very Little.
We can give you good quality screen doors and
window screens at such ridiculously low prices
that there is no excuse at all why you shouldn't
keep the fly nuisance on the outside.
Why be worried with these pests when you
can purchase for a few cents, the prevention not
only for this season but for many, for the sorts
we  sell  LAST.
Screen Doors, in several sizes, from, each... .$1.25
Window Screens, adjustable, from, each 25c
Better Pick a Hammock
From the New Arrivals.
We are selling big quantities of hammocks these
days. It is certainly hammock time, and many
are taking advantage of the comforts of a ham-
I mock on such days as the past few.
They appreciate, too, the immense choice
offered in the delinquent shipment we received
the other day. The low prices at which we marked
these to clear this season makes this hammock
reminder  doubly  interesting.
Might as well get one today.
aRarr:
VICTORIA, HOME OF
THE FAMOUS
"OSTERMOOR"
MATTRESS.
Write for Catalogue and Samples.
We have a most Interesting book on Homefurnishing which we shall he pleased to send to anyone who
thinks it worth a post card. It is a hook of useful suggestions on this important business of "Home Making,"
and should be in the hands of all those contemplating the purchase of any furnishings for the home. Write
for it—now.
We send samples of draperies, curtain materials, mattings, carpets, linoleums, etc, etc, to Interested
people Our stook in these lines is the largest in Western Canada; end out-of-town customers are invited to
write ns.
ilh'i^ H o"M e ^bT E ^
How Open Stock
Dinnerware
Works in a Pinch
_ Has company arrived unexpectedly? Do you realize the
"dishes" will not "go "round"
without washing between courses?
<J Embarrassing and annoying
isn't it? And, humiliating if discovered by the "company."
_ Yes, indeed.
_ Nov/, if you had purchased
one of our open-stock patterns
you could have sent down here
and immediately obtained a few
extra plates or cups and saucers
or a meat dish—anything you
needed in fact—to match your set.
*] No one would have been the wiser.
•SJ All grades and prices.
VICTORIA, HOME OF
"OLD  HICKORY"
SUMMER
FURNITURE.
lotes on
Provincial News
Bridges would appear to have been
unfairly treated, and the least he
should do in justice to himself and
the other ranchers of the Valley is
to consult a solicitor.
That New Post Office.
Ijust before election time there was
pnsiderable excitement in Cumber-
ind with respect to a new post-office.
Est about that time Mr. William
loan was very much in evidence injecting suitable sites, and generally
tmulating the expectations of the in-
Ibitants in the direction of improv-
postal facilities. The little flurry
|oduced no effect upon the election
I the result proved, and the incident
Jmld probably have been forgotten,
It that quite recently the Dominion
pvernment has sent down plans for
new post office and tenders are ask-
for. It is to be hoped that maths will be carried through, and that
nmberland will have a much needed
Iw office.
An Apparent Injustice.
Ir. C. Bridges, a pioneer settler of
|mox Valley, sustained a heavy loss
the 1 ith of April when his beau-
ul residence and its contents were
jstroyed by fire.   The Week could
much of the kindly hospitality of
,  Bridges and his delightful fam-
but let that pass. The object of
|s paragraph is to call attention to
apparent injustice. Mr. Bridges
a policy with The Mutual Fire
lurance Company; on the 30th of
Irch, he sent his cheque to the
Impany to renew the policy; on the
|h of April he received a letter from
Secretary-Manager,   acknowledg-
the receipt of the cheque, and
|nking him for "renewing the pol-
The fire took place, as stated
J the nth of April. On the 20th
|that month the Secretary returned
cheque and informed Mr. Bridges
It he had no policy, and that the
|mpany   could   not   pay   him   any
npensation.   On the face of it Mr.
As Seen by The Editor.
Many an editor has seen snakes,
but few editors have had the privilege of witnessing such an interesting incident as that related by
Editor Burrell in the last issue of the
Grand Forks Gazette, which is herewith reproduced:
"A snake, a small and inoffensive
grass snake, crawled to the shady
step at the back of the office. At
sight thereof a small bird sitting in
listless fashion on the adjacent woodshed was galvanised into animation
and commenced a furious and frightened twittering at the ancient enemy
of his race. At the noise enters on
the scene a cat, the 'harmless, necessary cat,' but friend neither of snake
or bird. Enters, also, from the office
door on to the stage of this small
theatre, the printer's dog. The cat
quickly disappears in the long grass;
while the dog and the bird look each
other in the face and wonder 'where
they are at.' This is a true story,
vouched for by a hot but perfectly
sane editor and sworn to by a reliable
printer, the interested witness thereof.
him, and who know him to be an
honourable man of much more than
average ability. It must be admitted
that the Labour representatives in the
present Parliament are a fine set of
men, and as Mr. Keir Hardie very
truly said the other night, they will
leave their mark on the legislation of
the country.
hereditary or developed, a judge's
conduct indicates unmistakeably that
his usefulness, if it ever existed, is
gone, when he is found an impossible
associate by all his colleagues, as well
as being the laughing stock of a
whole province, the dignity of the
bench demands not his defence but
his removal.
Cosy Corner Tea Rooms, Fort Street.
Luncheons, teas and after-theatre
suppers are served in the most attractive style, and in addition to the
bi-weekly orchestra there is a special
feature on Saturday evenings in
phonograph selections. This is easily
the most fashionable resort in the
city for light refreshments.
Something About Mottoes.
The Nanaimo Herald thus neatly
twits its Socialist friends on the subject of mottoes:
"The Socialists having vacated
Cowan hall, on Commercial street,
and given up their keys, an inspection of their late premises shows that
two mottoes were left behind, one
on the wall says "Welcome the Revolution"; another reads, "Don't Spit on
the Floor." In case the society needs
either of these mottoes for the future guidance of members, the same
are at their disposal by calling for
them at their late quarters."
A Good Man.
The Vancouver World in a sub-
editorial comments on the return of
Mr. Albert Stanley, a Miners' Union
agent for Northwest Staffordshire in
place of Sir Alfred Billson who recently died so tragically within the
precincts of the House of Commons.
The writer has known Mr. Stanley
for nearly thirty years; has had many
transactions with him and has never
known anything that was not to his
credit. His return to the House will
be gratifying not only to the Unions,
which he has served so well, but to
all  who have come in  contact  with
Out of the Mouth of Babies.
The Daily Canadian, one of the
most juvenile of journalistic ventures,
has a neat rap at Mr. Justice Martin
in a recent issue, which is quoted. As
usual the view taken is too extreme
to be practical, but it at least indicates that the writer possesses a
sense of humour:
'We have so far refrained from discussion of he unfortunate and regrettable state of affairs on the Supreme
Court bench of the Province. The
Dominion Government has been maliciously careless of judicial appointments from the Supreme Court of Canada down to the county courts.
Party service, not legal learning or
ability, has been the guiding consideration. We have held that after
an appointment a judge's former
faults should be ignored and respect
for the bench should be cultivated in
the interest of the administration of
justice.    But when  from  any  cause.
Can This Be True?
The Vernon News of Aug. ist contains a paragraph of the utmost importance to Victoria, and yet the news
mentioned has not appeared in any
Victoria paper. If true it should be
known to our citizens and the Daily
Press should also explain the omission of so important an item:
"As the outcome of the recent fire
in Victoria, the insurance companies
have given notice that they will withdraw from that city unless immediate
steps are taken to provide an adequate water supply. There are other
towns to which this announcement
will bring a sense of uneasiness and
insecurity.
Business Man (to applicant): "Well,
your references arc excellent, and you
appear to be a pushing traveller. I
suppose you have never been in
trouble of any kind?"
Applicant: "Yes, sir. I was once
in prison for three weeks."
Business Man (taken aback): "Well
—er—indeed, I am afraid that—but
what were yon in prison for?"
Applicant: "For nearly killing a
man who refused to give me an
order."
Business Man: "You are engaged.''
"And what is your new little brother's   name?"
"They haven't found out yet."
Big Bill's Mantle.
Coincident with the return of R.
T. Lowery to Greenwood and his resumption of the editorial chair of
Thc Ledge, there is something doing,
and the humorist thus hits off the
political outlook:
"It is rumored that Bill Galliher
will retire from politics and settle
clown in Vancouver. Rumor has it
that his mantle will blow towards
Fred Simpson at the next general
election. The 'Old Man' has the name
of an orator, has made Cranbrook
famous and knows Kootenay as well
as he does the 'Cap case' The one
tiling that darkens his legislative trail
is the fact that he has led many
people to believe that bananas grow
in  Cranbrook."
Fiance—"Well, we will have to live
within my income."
Fiancee—"Yes, George, we can't
live   without   it."
Ugly Man—"I married for beauty."
Sarcastic Man—"You remind me of
a friend of mine who married for
money."
"How's that?"
"He didn't get it."
Visitor—"Tommy, I wish to ask
you a few questions in grammar."
Tommy—"Yes, sir,"
Visitor—"If I give you thc sentence—'The pupil loves his teacher'—
what is that?"
Tommy—"Sarcasm."
The coolest, airiest and most comfortable lounge will bc found at The
If you've got a "thinker" work it.
There  arc  but  few central  suns—
the most of us arc only satellites. THE WEEK, SATURDAY AUGUST io, 1907
object in life behind him, who is always determined to improve the passing hour and wearies his companions
by long discourses on his favorite
•»• authors, or reads to them passages
v? from a book when their one desire is
^  to realise individuality the poet's "per-
^ A Lady's Letter *
•* *
T By   BABETTE.
■^^^■*^^^5^9^5^*^**^**^^  feet day."
_       „   , "Whereon it is enough for me,
D!!,r M*dge: Not to be doing, but to be."
though  one agrees  that marriage ,    .
■    .,     *,    , ,1 „ _     li ■ _:.„     Such restless beings should picnic
is the ideal   career   for the majority     out    »•*■•■«■■■-= s v
of girls, there seems to be a slight alone> as they do not_ conform to the
difficulty about their all entering for furam« ^d.j*_J*^ ff^,. a"d
the matrimonial stakes, owing no
doubt to the number of superfluous
women in these parts. But the next
best occupation for girls, after wedlock   would   seem   to   be   gardening.
lack the primary instincts of holiday-
making.
The summer sales have been with
us lately, trying to make up to us for
the many deprivations of this some-
lock   would   seem   to   oe   garuenmg.
Nor is time lost spent in this pur- what "triste" season- Bargain-hunt
suit, for it developes the qualities ing-even if the bargains are some-
most essential in married life-to wit, times superfluities-is a fascinating
good health, courage, patience, care- amusement, and the severest critic of
fulness, punctuality, a cheerful tem- feminine extravagance cannot con-
per under difficulties and a stolid de- demn us for buy'nS a few ""neces-
termination to combat the elemental sary chiffons and "frillies" when ev-
forces of nature. The bringing up erything is so much below its usual
of plants and flowers is much like Price- Unluckily, as a crumpled rose-
the bringing up of children, and the leaf to mar the perfection of our hap-
fact that we use the word nursery- Piness> 5t is at sale-time that country
garden confirms my view of the simi- cousins are apt to become exacting,
larity of the two careers. Moreover, Shopping for one's self is undoubted-
gardening, unlike wedlock, keeps wo- ■■? a pleasure, but shopping for other
man largely in the open air. From PeoPle is a thankless task, entailing
my window as I write, I can see one a serious mental strain if one is at a11
of these joyful female gardeners at sensitive or burdened with that in-
work. With what neatness, precis- convenient possession—a conscience,
ion and celerity has she not mown As a rule the absent one expects her
the lawn, trimmed the beds and clip- dePuty *° get a much more obvious
ped the edges! An hour or so has bargain than she ever could herself,
sufficed for this expert to make a and ties her down severely in the
neat green garden, whereas a day matter °f expenditure. Thus I lately
(with frequent intervals for convivial- heard a story about a lady who re-
ity) would not be enough for the ceived a Piece °f tapestry from a
elderly male person who usually offi- friend »*» the country with a request
dates with shears, clippers and gar- that she would match it, and quoting
den roller. It is clear that this new the price to be given per yard. The
-but oldest of all-professions is one unfortunate woman went to every
which woman should hasten to make sh°P >n town, but at each the desired
her own. Old maids especially, who material was always 25 cents a yard
are inclined in the least way to be dearer than the amount specified—had
"catty," should leave their cats, and never*  she  was  told,  been  sold  for
"-* " -<--              --      Ah.      nnn.nU
The Macabees enjoyed a sociable
Thursday afternoon and evening at
the home of Mrs. Flaters, 1495 Fifth
Avenue west.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Mahony, accompanied
by their guest, Mrs. Bradley, spent
a very pleasant week last week on a
trip to the Sound cities.
* *   *
Mrs. McLennan of St. Johns, New
Brunswick, who was the guest of
Mrs. Cross, Nelson street, and Miss
Puddington, who returned on the
Princess May this week from a trip
to Skagway, have gone to California.
* *   *
Professor Jenks of Cornell University, one of the nine commissioners
appointed by the Congress of the
United States to investigate the laws
in foreign countries relating to emigration and immigration, has been in
the city this week, after visiting the
principal Canadian cities along the
border of the U. S. He will go from
here to Mexico before reporting before the Commission which meets in
v Washington in September.
Amusement lovers should remember
that Victoria's new vaudeville house,
to be known as "Pantage's Theatre,"
(the Old Grand, Johnson Street), will
open with a thoroughly up-to-date
show on Monday, August 12th.
To John Benjamin, C. P. R. Section Foreman of Ashcroft, on an improved metail railroad tie and means
for positively securing the rail thereto by a fastening that will permit of
variations of gauge being made such
as are required on curves.
Minstrels will be the feature' at
Gorge Park for three nights, beginning Wednesday next. The talent is
all local and the show is being presented under the direction of James
W. Evans.
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bend to earth, caring ior, anu icuu-
ing fragile plants, they will soon find and wrote to tell of her failure.   Her
nn,.,.tr_   friend   HIH   not  exoress   anv
that they have become more sym
pathetic in every way, and later on
they   are   styled   "lovers   of   nature"
country friend did not express any
gratitude, nor apparently feel any
compunction for the waste of time,
fled   "lovers   01   naiuic
which is an infinitely more desirable etc- but merely sent a post card to
appellation that "old maid." """" ""' " ■«—♦»'«  *h<- *,__
say that, upon consideration, she was
't_ .,, ,   , willing to pay the higher price, a con-
It  seems   impossible   not  to  asso-    ,    . ,      ,    , _  ,,
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frnm   the  first.
ciatc outward appearance
qualities, though experience teaches
that nature is often sadly deficient in
a sense of what is fitting. For instance, a Roman nose is always considered a proof of a strong-minded
character, in spite of the undeniable
truth that many of ils possessors are
the mildest and meekest of mortals.
One Sweet Septemuer.
Dost thou remember,
the mildest ana meeKesa m mm-.a.--,. That eve upon the lake,
_...-,, -Li. h  a 0ne sweet  September?
Small,  slender women,  with  rosebud Across the bay in dreamland seemed to
-   . ^H-^H final
mouths and dimpled chins, may have _.*"'.      ... .    - ., ,
* . Twin souls within a tiny, swaying boat.
the hardest and most obstinate of dis- The gloaming deepened and two lamps
...... .   ,* -. shone bright
positions, but no one ever believes it in glassy depths—two rippling paths of
of them. A baby face is undoubted- ^^Jj dldBt* aak as their reflectlon
ly a valuable asset if one wants one's
own way; it disarms argument, and
only a very hard-hearted misanthrope can demand a knowledge of
logic from such a tender creature;
while a woman of commanding presence is invariably expected to be rational. Graceful, ignorance and art-
lessncss  appear  to  be   the  preroga
Athwart   our   buoyant   barque,   "Come,
dearest, tell
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Dost thou  remember,
One sweet  September?
That eve upon the lake,
Dost  thou  remember,
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lessness  appear   iu   u_   ___«.   F.._.._,0.. ,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,,„,,,
tives of certain childish-looking mem- Tlle ^ Pale moon rose calm'y ln the
bers of the gentler sex, and yet the To gaze upon us like an angel-eye,
. , , . , While thou dld'st ask amid that dream
fact  remains  that  one s   special  vir- ot bliss,
1 .„,.   .,.,1   ..'.nn,.   ....   „„.   ;.,   _._   l_,n_. And I replied to thee and thy fond kiss
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The tolerant summer spirit, which      ,, , "~        ,     ....   .,
,., ,   . , Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy of Uxbndge,
del.es  conventionality   and  is  a  law  Ontario,  are  visiting their  daughter,
unto itself, is visible in the latest form Mrs. Vicars of Keefer street,
of picnic, a term which was once ap- *   *   *
plied to a heretogeneous collection of .Miss Johnson of Nelson street, and
,      , ,   . ,.    Miss Youdall are the guests of Mrs.
people taken to eat an uncomfortable McLaggan at her homC) «Hazel
meal in a midge-haunted wood. Brae," Mission, B. C.
(Somehow there always were midges
at the old-fashioned picnic). Nowadays six, ten or twelve kindred spirits
betake themselves to some chosen
spot where they are allowed to wander or to rest at their will, to be as
witty or as sleepy as they please.
People who suffer from rheumatism,
people 'who do not love their neighbours,   and   people   who   jump   up
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should call at the Gorge Ice Cream
Parlors for Teas. Fresh fruits of
all kinds in season. Special attention given to Picnic and outing
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*       *       *
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Holland, Co-
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up the Coast to Lund next week.
Mrs. Ellis Murgatroyd of Smith-
ville, Ontario, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wickett, of Robson St.
*   *    .
Mrs. Bradley of New York left for
her home Tuesday after a prolonged
visit with Mr. and Mrs. E.  C. Ma-
bours,   and    people   wno   jump   up ^ q{ Comax strect
screaming whenever a wasp becomes        - *   *   *
visible in the distance, are out of Mr. and Mrs. Rorke and children
nlace at picnics, (or the country either arc at home from Toronto and Nl-
pi.ice at piLin   , v .» agara-on-the-Lake, where they spent
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- THE WEEK, SATURDAY AUGUST io, 1907
Visit of British
Pressmen to Canada
On Sunday last there landed at
Vancouver the most representative
jody of British journalists that has
:ver visited Canada. These gentle-
nen came out from the Old Country
is the guests of Sir Thomas Shaugh-
lessy, President of the Canadian Pa-
ific Railway, and here once more we
lave exemplified the far-sighted policy
hat he has adopted in the interests
.i the company over which he pre-
fdes. The interests of the C. P. R.
ire inseparably bound up with those
of Canada and no happier thought
:ould have struck Sir Thomas than
0 extend the courtesies of the great
irganisation, over which he so ably
iresides, to the British Press, because
hrough its representatives not only
ill the story of its colonizing influ-
nces be told to the people of Eng-
ind but the great and rapid devel-
pment of Canada itself will be put
efore them from the standpoint of
ctual eye-witnesses. The party, who
rere under the care of Mr. George
lam, represented every class of pub-
c opinion and politics and therefore,
n this account alone, their views will
ake all the more interesting reading
id will be put before the people of
ngland from the several standpoints
at political tendencies mould with-
the human mind.
It must not, however, be supposed
at they came to Canada emanated
ith any mere spirit of party politics,
n the  contrary they came here to
e for themselves the development of
ir  country  and to  note the  great
lirit of Imperialism that is the very
undation of our success.
That their views will not all agree
natural, and that is what the loy-
ty of Canada to the British Crown
no fletish but a powerful influence
l the lives of her citizens; this in-
eed seems to be a common birthright
every Britisher and wherever the
nion Jack flies this same spirit of
atriotism is apparent.
To many of our visitors the natural
sources of Canada came in the na-
re of a revelation and it must in-
:ed have been difficult, in the short
ace of time they had at their dis-
sal, to grasp even the salient feat-
es of the life and industries of the
eat Dominion.
This was a fact that became appar-
t to them as soon as they landed
Quebec, but the energy with which
ey  addressed  themselves   to  their
k has done much to clear away
[e difficulties that stood in their way,
d wherever they have stopped, it is
asant to note, that the authorities
jve done all in their power to fur-
h them with whatever information
y could, and to grant them facili-
;s for visiting and inspecting the in-
Istries and manufactories.
hus it is that they are returning
England with their minds and note
ks full of wonder at the way Can-
ans have utilized the natural re-
rces of the country, and of their
iifidence in its future, and we may
t assured  that  they will  lose  no
ortunity  of   placing  these   views
ore  the  men  and women  of  the
therland.
hose of us who have had the pri-
ge of talking with them have been
ch impressed with the broad-mind-
way in which they discussed ques-
Ins regarding the relationship of Ca-
rla to the Empire, and with their
iatiable thirst for information of all
ds pertaining to the various pro-
|ms with which we are confronted
ay.   Here is Victoria they had the
ortunity of hearing from the lips
[Premier McBride, this statesman's
nion   on   the   position   of   British
umbia as one of the most import-
provinces  in the Dominion, and
he potential possibilities which lie
re it.
he many problems which are pear to this Province have been put
bre them in a clear and lucid man-
and they have been quick to real-
that though many of them at the
ent time  have  perhaps a  purely
1 interest the time is at hand when
will  assume  the distinction  of
|.erial importance and will call for
serious consideration not only of
the Dominion Parliament but also of
the Government of the Empire. When
we consider all these facts we can perhaps form some idea of the importance of such visits to this country;
the eyes of the Motherland are at present focussed on Canada and it behooves us to do all in our power to
press the mighty possibilities of the
Dominion home upon the people of
the British Isles. There are in London thousands of unemployed and yet
here in Canada we are suffering from
the effects of labour shortage. It is
the avowed object of all Canadian
statesmen to make this a white man's
country and yet we are compelled to
employ Orientals to do the work that
should be done by our own fellow-
countrymen purely and simply because there are not sufficient of them
here to fill the places that are theirs
by right of birth. We know that the
unemployed question in England has
reached such a crisis that the Government has been called upon to deal
with it and to give relief to those that
are unable to earn their own living,
not through any fault of their own,
but because the congestion of labour
and other economic conditions. These
conditions are familiar to the representatives of the Fourth Estate who
have just turned on their homeward
journey, and they have seen for themselves that no one need be idle here
as long as he is willing to take off
his coat and work as a man should,
and they have realised that, though we
are separated from the Motherland
by many thousands of miles, yet we
are members of the same family and
speak the same tongue. The words
of the song, Mr. Harold Begbie has
contributed to The Victoria Colonist
must stir within us a feeling of the
deepest emotion and make us realise
what an inestimable privilege it is to
be able to claim the birthright of being a Britisher. Because a man comes
to Canada he does not cease to be
English, on the contrary, he is doing
an Imperial service by helping
through the process of transfusion of
blood, to build up the British Empire and to foster and strengthen the
sway of the Motherland. What we
want out here more than anything
else is a large population, and until
we get thi sthe unlimited natural resources of the Dominion, and especially of British Columbia, will only
be slowly developed and our ability
to become one of the greatest potential factors in the political and economical life of the British Empire
must be retarded.
This population must be one which
will graft itself to the soil and not be
here today and gone tomorrow, and
this fact has been thoroughly grasped
by the representatives of the English
Press. We may rest assured that they
will not forget what they have seen
and learnt but will go back to the
old country and preach the gospel of
Imperialism in such a way that it will
ring throughout the length and
breadth of the British Isles.
Curate (addressing congregation at
a social meeting): "My dear friends,
I will not call you 'Ladies and Gentlemen,' since I know you too well."
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NOT PUBLIC THOROUGHFARES and
may be used only by those who have
business with the Departments or are
desirous of entering and viewing the
building.
Automobiles, tally-hos or other vehicles carrying sight-seers may pass
along the drive-way in front of the
building, but at a speed not exceeding
four miles an hour. Through traffic
of any kind or description along the
drive-way in the rear of the building is
strictly prohibited.
By order of the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works.
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Lands and Works Department,
Vietoria, B.C., lst August, 1907.
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TAKE NOTICE that I, F. D. Brae, of
Victoria, intend to apply for a special
timber lieenee over the following described lands:—
No. 4.—Commencing at a post marked
"F. D. Brne, N. east cor., about 160
chains northwest of T.L. 653. on the west
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chains south, 80 chains east, 80 chains
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Advice to a Young Lady.
Felix Weingartner, who was one of
Liszt's pupils, is responsible for circulating the following story: "A
pretty young lady once played in class
a Ballade by Chopin in a very amateurish way. Liszt walked up and
down the room excitedly, murmuring,
'Heiliger Bimbaml Heiliger Bim-
baml' (the equivalent, apparently of
'Great Scot!')
"We were all eagerly expecting the
final verdict. But when she had finished he went up to her in a most
friendly manner, and laid his hand
upon her head, as if in benediction,
and said, gently, 'My dear child, marry
soon.   Good bye!"
THE WEEK'S PARISIAN FASHIONS—The above dainty summer
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Maison Ernest Randint, Paris. The only touch of colour on it consists of three small bows of rose-leaf pink velvet, two of which finish
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(Photo by Henri Manuel, Paris)
Miss Adela
Verne's Recital.
The second appearance of Miss
Adela Verne, the great English lady
pianist, was heralded with the greatest
amount of enthusiasm by the musical
public of Vancouver. A crowded
house greeted her last Thursday evening in Pender Hall, just after her
arrival from Victoria, at which city
she scored two most decided successes.
So superb was her playing here
that there is little left to be said
to those who heard her. Her programme was made up entirely of
requests, and it seemed no difficulty
whatever for her to choose from her
enormous repertoire.
As an instance of her true musical
talent and of the great devotion to
her art, it might be interesting to
know that she did not play Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata since she was
seventeen years af age until last
Thursday night, and her rendering
of it was perfect. At the request of
the writer Miss Verne played Liszt's
transcription of Paginini's La Cam-
panella, one of the most difficult and
most pleasing compositions for the
pianoforte that has been written. Her
exquisite touch and perfect technique
were displayed to the utmost degree
in this and the pleasing manner in
which she played the octave work was
most commendable. In Schumann's
"Traumeri," which is the German for
a dream, she poured from her soul
such a depth of expression and feeling that its pulsations could be felt
by everyone in the audience. What
seemed to please her hearers most
was Miss Verne's playing of the Turkish March from Beethoven's Ruins
of Athens. One could hear the band
in the distance, becoming gradually
louder as it approached, and then finally vanquishing. As an encore to
her last selection, the Marche Mili-
taire, by Schubert, Miss Verne played
Mendelssohn's Wedding March and
Elfin   Chorus  from   the   Midsummer
Night's Dream, and played this grand
composition in a faultless manner, always working up to such delightful
climaxes,
This ended one of the most delightful piano concerts that has ever been
given in the city. She left on Saturday for the North and will give a
series of concerts at Dawson, Skagway, White Horse and Nome, and
upon her return might possibly be
persuaded to give another concert
here and in Victoria, as there are
many people who have heard her in
London, who are away upon their
holidays at present, that have not
had thc opportunity of hearing her
on her Western tour.
Miss Verne was assisted at Thursday's concert by Mrs. Walker Warren Dresser, but her singing was a
failure. It did not begin to attain
that standard of proficiency which it
should have. Her upper register
where a great deal of vocalization is
done is very weak and untrained. She
will have to put in years of study before she can appear or rank as a
trained  vocalist.
When You and I Went Maying.
When you and I went Maying,
In the dear old Long Ago,
Adown the meadows straying,
Beside  the brooklet's  flow,—
The birds  were  gaily  singing,
And the sun  shone ln  the skies,
But brighter than the sunbeams
Was the lovellght in your eyes!
When you and I went Maying,
All the world was good to see,
The wind was lightly playing
In each blossom-laden tree.
And we gathered nestling Mayflowers,
But to me you were more fair,
Ah,  the years  have  flown,  my  darling,
Since our troth we plighted there!
Since you and I went Maying
In  tho dim old  Long Ago,
Down Life's road we've been straylng-
And our steps are tired and slow.
And  it's  getting  on  toward  evenlng-
The stars are In the sky,
And the daylight's slowly waning,
The shadows thicker lie.
But our hearts are young again, dear,
For spring Is in the land
And all the world's a garden
Where we wander hand-ln-hand,
Benonth the blossom-laden trees,
Amid life's sunset glow,
Once more ln memory Maying,
As In the Long Ago!
—Irene M. McCall.
Then the Band Played.
When the new boarder went into
the dining-room and sat down, there
was only one other person at the
table.
The new boarder had a kind heart,
and thought he would be affable.
"I suppose you've boarded here for
some time?" he said to the other man.
"Yes."
"How is it?   Any good?"
"Yes, pretty fair. I have no complaint to make."
"Landlady treat you decent?"
"Well, perhaps I ought to—" and
then he hesitated.
"Oh, never mind, old man," said
the new boarder; "that's all right. I'm
on! But, say, mebbe you never tried
chucking her under the chin once in
a while? That's the way to get on
with 'em. I never had a landlady
that didn't treat me Ai yet It's all
in the way you handle 'em. Call 'em
sister, and give 'em soft, sweet, cosy
talk about their looks; that's the way
to fetch 'em! I'll bet I can live here
for a month right now without being
asked for a cent. Watch me nudge
her when she comes in. Before this
time tomorrow she'll be telling me her
family history. Poor old girl, she
looks as if she'd had her troubles.
Probably got tied up to some old
John Henry, who was about man
enough to shod chickens, and that's
all. My name's Hudson. Let's see, I
haven't heard yours, have I?"
"No—no, I believe not; but it
doesn't matter. I'm just the landlady's husband!"
Irish Diplomacy.
"Biddy," says Pat, timidly, "did ye
think 'o marryin'?"
"Shure, now," says Biddy, looking
demurely at her shoe, "shure, now, the
subject has niver entered me mind at
all, at all."
"It's sory Oi am," says Pat, and
he turned away.
"Wan minute, Pat," said Biddy,
softly; 'ye've set me thinkin'."
Making Himself Safe.
He was an Irish voter, and had
publicly and pluckily announced his
intention of voting for his master and
against the priest.
"Sure," cried his wife," "his river-
ence has been here today, and he says
if you vote agin him he'll turn you
into a rat."
"If he does itself," said the tenant,
walking out of the house, "I'll vote
for themasther all the same."
A howl came from the wife.
"Mary," said the departing voter,
"his riverence has no power of the
kind. But for fear of accidents-
well, you might as well tie up the
cat,"
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A VISIT TO A LUMBER MILL.
By A. V. KENAH, A. C. A.
UNDOUBTEDLY one of the greatest sources of wealth that the
Province of British Columbia
possesses is its vast tracks of
forest lands; it is, indeed, difficult to
realize the extent of them, so great are
they, but experts all agree that in no
other part of the North American continent is there to be found such compact
areas of merchantable timber as along
the Coast lines of our Province, and on
Vancouver Island itself.
According to official statistics the total
timber acreage of the whole of Canada
is 1,657,600,000, of which British Columbia contributes 182,750,000 acres,
which is more than a fourth of the whole
greatest size on Vancouver Island, or
along the shores and in river valleys,
near the Coast on the Mainland. There
trees 300 feet in height are not rare,
the average height of those felled for
lumber being over 150 feet. Trees of
a greater diameter than seven feet are
rarely cut, though those of eight, ten or
eleven feet in diameter are not rare. The
fact that the largest trees are found near
the Coast greatly facilitates the transport of the logs from the woods to the
mill, and as the majority of the mills
are so situated that the largest ships
may load within a few yards of the saws,
the cost per thousand feet of handling
Douglas fir and other West Coast lum-
the coast and in the lower parts of the
Coast Range. Though seldom more than
150 feet in height, it rivals the Douglas
fir in circumference, trees of from eight
to ten feet in diameter being comparatively common, whilst they are found
even larger. This cedar is to be obtained in many varieties of shading and
this fact makes it very valuable for the
decoration of the interiors of houses, and
it is also largely used for the manufacture
of doors and cabinet work of all kinds,
and, owing to its lasting qualities underground it is particularly suitable for telegraph poles and fence posts. One of its
greatest uses is for shingles, and so great
is the demand for these that cedar limits
train winds its way from Calgary to the
Pacific Coast. All round Victoria and
on Vancouver Island these hives of industry flourish and nothing can be more
interesting than to pay a visit to one of
them. If the ordinary individual was
to be presented with a huge felled tree it
would be something in the nature of a
white elephant to him, but, if he were
to take it to a timber mill, in the space of
a few minutes the forest giant would be
converted into a pile of planks which
could be used for a variety of purposes.
Now, how is this effected?—well, let us
take a visit to a lumber mill and see the
whole process through, from start to
finish, for ourselves.
A Log: "Boom."
timber acreage of the Continent of
Europe, so it can readily be understood
that Nature has indeed bestowed upon
us a lavish abundance of one of her
choicest sources of wealth.
She has, indeed, done a great deal more
than this, for nearly all the timber on
these shores and islands is of the finest
merchantable quality, and in no other
part of the world do the fir trees grow-to
such immense proportions as in this
Province. The Douglas fir (Bendotsuga
Douglasii) is the staple timber of commerce,* and, on our coast, often towers
to a neight of three hundred feet with
a base circumference of from thirty to
fifty feet.   According to Mr. James M.
ber is small. Douglas fir is chiefly valuable for structural purposes, being largely
employed in ship-building, bridge-work,
and the construction of wharves. It is
exported as dimension timber, lumber,
spars, masts- and piles. Locally it is used
for construction work of all kinds, fencing and railway ties, and in the manufacture of furniture. Its durability,
when excluded from the air, adds greatly
to its value for pile-work in the construction of bridges and wharves." The
Douglas fir is, moreover, very clear of
imperfections and its bark is largely used
in tanning operations.
Tourists in this country are familiar
with the huge cedar trees so plentiously
Elevating- log's to the Mill.
are rapidly becoming more and more valuable and the shingle industry itself is
growing to very large proportions.
Whilst these two trees constitute the
most important timber in this Province,
there are many other specimens also
widely distributed, c. g., the Broad-leaved
Maple, which is so exclusively used in
the manufacture of furniture and which
is capable of taking on a very high
polish; the Aspen Poplar; the Western
White Oak; the Sitka Spruce, and the
Western White Pine.
Now it would be unnatural to suppose
that, with all this wealth lying almost
at his doors, man would be slow to avail
himself of it, nor indeed is it so far, scat-
The first thing that greets us as we
approach the scene of operation is the
syren-like note that seems to fill the air;
we instinctively look round expecting to
see a motor car but speedily realise that
it is only one tune of the greedy circular
saw as it tears its ceaseless way through
the big logs. All round the mill, floating
in the water, will be seen thousands of
logs awaiting their turn to be converted
into lumber; these huge masses of timber have been brought down from the
logging camps and as many as 150,000
to 200,000 logs are chained together and
form a boom which are towed down to
the mills by powerful steam tugs. Sometimes these booms assume even larger
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Macoun: "This is the most abundant, as
it is the most valuable, tree in British
Columbia. Its range on the Mainland is
from the International Boundary north
to the Skeena River, in latitude 54 degrees, on the Coast, and in the Rocky
Mountains from the International Boundary north to 55 degrees, though its
northern and eastern limits are not so
well defined. It is not found in the
Queen Charlotte islands.   It attains its
distributed everywhere, and the hoary
old giant in Stanley Park, Vancouver, is
eagerly sought out by visitors, who delight in having their photographs taken
in their motor cars or carriages standing
right inside the hollow of its venerable
old trunk.
The Red Cedar, Giant Arbor Vitae, is
next to the Douglas fir in importance in
British Columbia, where it attains its
greatest size on Vancouver Island,,'along
Shipping lumber.
tered throughout the whole Province of
British Columbia, and particularly on
Vancouver Island, there are extensive
logging operations going on, in order to
supply the saw-mills with the requisite
timber for converting it into the staple
article of commerce. A tremendous
amount of capital is invested in the lumber trade and even the most unobservant
traveller must have been struck with the
number of saw-mills he passes as the
proportions, as many as a million to a
million and a half huge pieces of timber
forming these which are taken to the
larger mills. When the time comes for
cutting them up they are dragged on
to the skidway—this, as is plainly shown
in one of the photographs, is an inclined
gangway leading from the mill to the
water; the log is brought into position
on the skidway and hauled up on to the
(Continued   on   Page   Ten) THE WEEK   SATURDAY, AUGUST io   1907.
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Budding Author.
There are few persons afflicted with
"cacoethes scribendi" who do not
think they can write a short story. Today in educated circles the disease is
almost universal. The enormous multiplication in the number of magazines
and especially in those used mainly
for advertising purposes, and in which
the letter press is entirely a secondary consideration, has led to a demand for short stories which has not
yet been overtaken by the supply. The
consequence of this is that month after month scores of magazines come
out, loaded up with the dreariest kind
of piffle and the baldest narration, all
under the title of "Short Story."
I have written beforetime on the
commercialising of literature, and
truly one of the most lamentable
features is that large fees out of all
proportion to the real value of the
manuscripts, are paid for this class
of writing.
In order to stimulate production
many magazines offer prizes and one
in particular has paid as much as a
thousand dollars for a so-called short
story, which no author who values
his reputation would be willing to
father. Even so well established
a review as "Collier's" has within the
last two years paid thousands of dollars for stories devoid of literary
merit, and painfully lacking in the
one essential—imagination.
Such masters of the art as Edgar
Allan Poe, Washington Irving,
Thomas Bayley Aldrich and George
Cable, to say nothing of the brilliant
Quiller-Couch have long ago demonstrated that it is easier to find a dozen
brilliant novelists than one first class
short story writer. It has been argued that the love of short stories is
one of the signs of the degeneracy
of the age. With this I do not agre-o.
The short story has many things in
its favour, It fills a niche in a busy
life and furnishes pleasant relaxation
when there would not be time to read
a long story. It also fosters the tendency to analyse incidents, which is
one of the features of the times.
Then, while it makes great demands
upon thc descriptive powers and compels concentration of thought and effort, clearness of conception and conciseness of expression, it does not demand so wide a range of qualifications as go to the authorship of the
novel.
Every short story should deal with
a complete incident, and exhaust its
interest. It may be prefaced by an
introduction, brief and pointed in order to show what led up to the occurrence crystallised in the story. It
should never have an appendix, nor
conclude with moralising. Its conciseness and lucidity should be cameo
like; preferably, the sentences should
be short and crisp, terse and epigrammatic, at any rate where the subject
will admit of such treatment. The
novelist is required to explain many
things, and even in the best works of
this class the concluding chapters are
not infrequently devoted to a gathering together of the strings of the
story and a brief outline of the sequel
to every important incident.
The short story must explain itself, and is often the more effective
for an abrupt ending which leaves
something to the imagination.
It is astonishing how many people
spend their .time in pestering editors
to read their manuscripts, and it is
no exaggeration to say that less than
ten per cent, should never have been
written. Editors are supposed to be
hard-hearted; as a matter of fact no
man could make a successful editor
unless he had a well-defined streak
of sympathy in his nature. The
budding author is not more anxious
to find a sympathetic editor than is
the editor to find amid the mass of
M.S.S. which deluges him, something worth printing. Probably writers are not aware that an experienced editor can generally tell after
reading the first sentence whether the
story should be put in the waste-
paper basket or not. Anything does
for a pot-boiler, and almost anything
will pass muster with magazines
which are only looking for words to
fill columns. But the magazine which
demands the hall mark of ability and
merit on everything it prints can safely turn down a manuscript which is
badly written, ill spelt and crudely
composed. However good the idea
and however thrilling the incident,
these faults are fatal.
I have on occasion been foolish
enough to entirely re-write a short
story for the benefit of the author
and send my revision with the original manuscript. But is it reasonable to expect, or indeed is it possible
for any editor to undertake this? And
yet a large proportion of the manuscripts which come in would require
similar treatment to render them even
passable.
Let me lay down a few simple rules
for the short story writer, which, if
faithfully followed, would at any rate
save a great loss of time on the part
of authors and editors, and would
lead to the acceptance of many more
M.S.S.
First select your incident or theme;
if the former, it must be vivid with
interest and true to Nature; if the latter, it must deal with some topic
which is uppermost in men's minds at
the time. Tell your story as briefly
and pointedly as possible; avoid side
issues which only cloud and hinder
the progress of the incident. Let every paragraph carry the story for-
word towards the climax; when that
is reached drop it with as few words
as possible. Avoid long and involved
sentences; avoid dialect, and above all
avoid morbidity. It is a good rule for
a beginner to resolve that not in the
first ten years of his literary life shall
a disease or a death occur, after that
he will have acquired the "life" habit
to such an extent that it will not be
likely to occur.
I have never yet been able to understand why all young writers simply revel in gloomy sequels. One
would think that to them the true
aspect of a death-bed, a hospital or
a battle-field was the humorous. They
forget that the day has long gone
by when every heroine must pine
and every hero be wounded. Only this
week I read an excellent little story,
modestly written and of decided
merit; it also possessed that saving
grace, a touch of real humour. I
was congratulating myself on a lucky
find when all at once in the last three
pages the hero, who was a jolly Irishman and a real "broth of a boy" was
deliberately dragged to the wars by
his relentless literary creator, and ot
course brought home mortally wounded to break the heart of the sweetest
girl in "Ould Ireland" and to expire
in a paragraph composed of staccato
sentences and asterisks, in which the
last word was "Ma vour neen."
The author asked me if I felt impelled
to return the M.S. to kindly give a
few hints.    I  simply  wrote on the
back, "For God's sake, why did you
kill your hero. Bring him home alive
to his sweetheart, and I'll print your
story." This is the key-note to the
Editor's trouble today. There is
enough morbidity and pessimism in
the world without mere 'prentice
hands in literature making it the
theme of their . budding productions.
I have made up my mind never to accept another story that has not a
bright ending, and if there are sufficient writers left in the world to furnish me with about half-a-dozen such
stories a month (which I greatly
doubt) I shall yet establish the most
successful magazine in the West, for
I know that everybody will buy my
magazine if they are certain that they
shall not be jostled against a corpse.
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Hours g a. m. to 6 p. m. during the summer. THE WEEK, SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1907-
place of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less.
July 13 JOHN. G. JOHNSTON.
CLAYOQUOT LAND DISTRICT. side of Flores Island Lake No. 3, about east 80 chains; thence north 40 chains;      Commencing at a post on beach mark-  northwest corner of John G. Johnston's
District of Alberni. 1   chain   from   lake   shore;   thence   160 thence west 120 chains to point of com-  ed Isaac Walueu s N. W. corner; thence No.   1   Claim;   thence   running  east   80
TAKE NOTICE that Harry M. Hillis chains   east;   thence   40   chains   north; mencement,   and   containing   640   acres,  east 80 chains; thence north so cnains;  chains;  thence north 80 chains;  thence
of Victoria, occupation timber merchant, thence 160 chains west; thence 40 chains more or less.                                                   thence west to beach; tnence following west   80   chains   more  or  less;   thence
intends  to apply for a special  timber south to point of commencement. Dated June 27th, 1907.                            beach to point of commencement, con- south about  80 chains along shore to
licence   over    the   following   described      4. Commencing   at    a   post    planted, No. 15—Commencing at a post planted  laiuing 64U acres more or less. ---
lands: marked G. H. Barnard's S.W.  Cor., on 160 chains south of the southwest cor-      April 24,  1907.     ,,__,„.,
No. 1—Commencing at a post planted the  west  side  of  Flores  Island,  about ner of Lot 623 A; thence north 80 cliains,                 HENK*   WALDEN,
one-half mile from head of Warn Bay 320 chains in a southeasterly direction thence east 80 chains; thence south 80   JuneS            W. W. CLAKKJi. Locator,
on east side at post of 627 and 10 chains from   Indian   Reserve   Coopesecoola   on chains; thence west 80 chains to place
east   from   the   beach;   thence   east   40 the east side of Flores Island Lake No. of   commencement,   and  containing   640
chains; thence south 120 chains; thence 3, about 1  chain from the lake shore; acres,  more or less,
west 60 chains; thence north SO chains; thence 160 chains east; thence 40 chains Date July 2nd, 1907.
thence east 20 chains;  thence north 40 north;   thence  160  chains  west;  thence PERCY DAVID HILLIS,
chains to point of commencement. 40 chains south to point of commence- By Wallace Walter Rhodes, Agent.
Dated July 8th, 1907. ment. July 111             -.
No. 2—Commencing at a post planted      5. Commencing   at   a   post    planted, COAST   DISTRICT    HANRE   1    LAND  Poudrier Survey. Nechaco valley; tnence
20  chains   east  from  the  post  of  No. marked   G.   H.   Barnard's   S.W.    Cor., KjyJM-ai-             DISTRICT                •L^«*"  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
627  and  30  chains  from beach;  thence on the west side of Flores Island, about District of New Westminster             thence south SO chains   *                  *
north 160 chains; thence east 40 chains; 360 chains in a southeasterly direction TAKE NOTICE that W  A  Hillis and
thence south 160 chains; thence west 40 * T-/"—   T>    " '-   — -            -   -                    -   '    '
chains  to  point of commencement. me east sine oi mores isiana i,ai.e ino. timber  dealers   intend  to  apply  la,.   _.
Dated July Sth, 1907. 3,  about  1  chain from the lake  shore; special tlmber licence over the follow-  vey.
No. 3—Commencing at a post planted thence 160 chains east; thence 40 chains jng described lands-                                         May  17 th,  19<''-
bout 30 chains east^of a bearing tree north;  thence  160  chains  westj__thence 12. Commencing at a post planted 40  June29
TAKE NOTICE that A. A. McRae. of
Saskatoon. Sask.. occupation gentleman,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of Sec. 18, Tp. 1, R. 4.
  _.      . thence west 80
hains  to  point of commencement,  and
U__      ULLAULLLfl      .,,     u      OUUlUbOCSli;       UU.ObUUja TAiil^J    ISOTlUliJ     tliat      W       A.       irlllilS     and       *-.,«.., .O       .V      _.—..._      AIL      a_*l.....m_..~—a. -»	
from   Indian   Reserve   Coopesecoola   on  cnns   n*   Vancouver    Tt c    ' nr-punntlnn  containing 640 acres, more or less, and
the east sjde^f Flores Island Lake No.  timber  dealer™ intend  to'apply  for  a  being Sec. IS, Tp. 1, R. 4, Poudriar Sur-
on" the.east   shore  of  Warn  -Bay   two  40 ehains south to point of commence-  chains^easTlnd'so'chains""^^'^'^?"the
miles   from   its   head,   thence   east   80  ment^ northeast   corner
A. A. McRAE.
NOTICE.
Court House, Vancouver.
SEALED' TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for purchase of Court House
and site, Vancouver, B. C," will be received by the Honourable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works up
to  noon  of the  3rd day of September,
n-'.T-v--  Mi-vi-ir-iT-  that  n "oftprlahl   of  1907, for    the   purchase   of   the Court
„ „„       of   D.   495   495   Port      '1AKE NOTICI.  that  0.0ftedah,  or ^^ ____. the gite _n whlch k standSp
chains; thence south 120 chains; thence      6. Commencing    at   a   post   planted,  Elizabeth,    Gilford    Island;    thence    80  Minneapolis,!PSSoTto   ourchase   the ^
west 40 chains; thence north 80 chains;  marked G. H. Barnard's S.W.  Cor., on ohains   siuth-   thence   80   chains   west;  apply  for.^PjMMi.on  to  purchase   tne Hamilton>   PeniJer  and  Cambie  Streets,
Ah    „...A   tn   chains;   thence   north  the  west  side  of  Flores  Island,  about  thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains  foli2™fn„iensSr„, „ „„,,' ...anted at the situated in the City of Vancouver, B.C.
„.»    ' nn A Ann     ..1,.,!_..     1«     n     nnnthnnotn.l..     Al-nntlnn ..'..- COmmellClng    at    a.   J>OSt    piailLeU ^ U.1^ UiD     |^oinw     ,},ft     „,.,,,, pr. V     of     tV-A     PpPvItIPP     P
thence   west   40 ___
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 8th,  1907
400  chains  in a southeasterly direction  eastTn°nnin't"n'f p'nm men pern pnt°"
from   Indian   Reserve   Coopesecoola   on      nJe fnne 2Bth   1W7
>h.   nn_t   -IAn   nt   mnnne   T.lon-l    T,_,_r_.   Mn IJUZe  JMUO   i.ltl,   1JUI.
annfiiwB-sf" Prirnnr nt Sap   11   Tn  1   R   4   being the property of  the Province of
southwest corner oi sec. is, ip. i,«. .,  n„ufnV, ,-.„,V,mi;i„   tnc.«ih_.  win-, au flx_
uaieu juiv om.  uue. aiuu,   <.jiai»i>   jivoodivo   ^*__«-;t™i«   on      Date June 25th, 1907. Huuinwoai curuoi "L__^- "■ ,-i*'* 'iu"* ,*'  BritFsh Columbia, "together with a
Na 4-Commen'cing at a post planted the east side of Flores Island Lake No.      ^  14.-Commencing at a post plant- Pouter Survey, Nechaco-Valley.Whence tm.es ft     ,    but exclusive of all
>out 60 chains south from the north:  3,  aboutl  chain from the lake shore;  ed  160  chains   north   of  the   northeast  north SO chains, thence east su cnains, nhu f,lr„lfllrB „„rn«fs* and linnlenir
about
east corner of No
  _ , ,, .,   .   ,--.  ed  160  chains  north "of  the" northeast "0rtnos" X'«n; PhTin^ thenoe"wS's't'so abie'fu'rni'tufe, cafpet'sand linoleum, etc,
thence east  thence 160 chains east,.thence 40 chains  corner  of  L.   495  Port  Elizabeth,   Gil-  thence south.80 chains, thence west so  _nrl fho 0(00) fllltl„ „-„«,„-„♦. nf ,hn r..»_
624      A;       LUOllCt,       __.HA       UIC11WJ    IU.    \_UAA_,___     X.AAOA,     Ul-llUC    tU    •_.,!_*., Il.->       pornPl*       Of       T, A.__       POrt       l-lIiZahPth (111- LUUIlCe     n-JliLll     OU     UU0.1-.-.0.      UlClltO      „OOL     UU , . -,__.     fllinn    .nhlnntr.    nt   Ahn    T   nnA
80    chains;    thence   north    80    chains;  north;  thence  160  chains  west;   thence  f°rd   Is°and-' thence   80   chainl   south- chains to point of commencement, and S»<Lft« St-Sg} "1'nnentc^'",ettSh2™^
ass r^fnVo^incso:mSim^h 8o s^r- south to point of ■«***■ ffe ^^HF&Ss sai^iVaWk^ss^^ SffiSEffiSSSfesa
80^a,6n7C„OoTt^em^tanoThtea^ncoera  ma^T^'^arnWs S^.  K  £——^  «^W!« ve, ^^.^ri**^
ner of No. 624 B; thence east 80 chains;  the west  side of Flores  Island,   about  a°Date June  26th   1907 June 29 O. OFTEDAHL. third (1-3) of the Price mentioned in   he
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80  440  chains in a southeasterly direction      No   15—Commencing at a Dost nlant-   *en1er'   %hi,,Th *WiU  be- f°,f,e>ted  if,tho
chains; thence north 80 chains to point from  the  Indian  Reserve  Coopesecoola  edNa°t the mouth^f flargt ^eeOTw-      TAKE NOTICE that F. G. Sparling, of ™S dance8   vViTl^tender a^d'with
of commencement.                                            on  the  southeast  end  of Flores  Island   jno. *ntn Knielit Tnlet   ahmit inn phainq qisiciinnn    ■■Si-lc    nppiinntlpn   nhvslplnn tv "-ccuiuance wmi nis lenuer ana wiui
Dated July 10. 1907.                                 Lake No.  3,  about 3  chains from  lake  '"ft of th€> louthSalt corner of L   495 intends.to anulv" fS? nermfss'ion to ou?- the terf".i  menti"ned  hereil\-  „T5e ba.-*:
No. 6.—Commencing at a post planted  shore;   thence   160   chains   east;   thence a_lto?i Island- thmce 160 chains north1 phase the foUowimr described land? fucf of th0 Purchasi s,umf shall be paid
ot   tiie   snnthwfi=it   pnrnpr   of   No    639-   40 chains north- thenee 160 ehains west-   iT          A   u ,   tnenc.   ;5         ;55 I\?r,tn' chase the following aescriDeu iana. in two equal annual  instalments,  with
at   tne   soutnwesi   corner   oi   «oi   *oo»,   ju^ciiama norm, mence mu cnains west,   thence 40 chains west   thence 160 chains      Commencing at a post planted at the interest at the rate nf 5  n.r pent   ner
thence east  60 chains   thence north  20  thence 40 chains south to point of com-  snnth'  thenpp  in   phalns.  east   tn  nnlnt -in-*tkw«it pnvne- nf 5pp   fn   Tn  1   T?   4 -",cele*" ■*•• 'n= r-4*'8 oi o per cent, per
chains;   thence   east   20  chains;   thence mencement.                                                      s0_u commencement   and^containing   640 PoSdiS-aSfve^ Nechlcb VaUey thenoe a™um )0n  deferred  payments.    No  in-
south 40 chains; thence 20 chains; thence      S. Commencing   at   a   post   planted,  acres ^S?eo^less           containing   640 Poudrier Suivey, Nechaco Valley, theiice terest, however,  shall be charged  until
south   and   west   along   shore   line   to marked G. H. Barnard's N.W. corner, on      Lite July 1st  1907 thle west I. Ss- thence north SO the purchaser   s g ven possession of the
northeast corner of No. 540; thence west the west side of Flores  Island about     SS^ffi&ommeSSlng at a post plant- chains' to'pofnt "ofSSiimo'SS'mSSt ' and LTd^of Sffl' W °r ab°Ut ^
40   chains     thence   north   along   shore  440 chains ini a^ southeasterly direction  ed about 10 chains due east of the east containing 640 acres,  more or less and      The highest oi^any tender not neces-
line to point of commencement.                from  the  Indian  Reserve  Coopesecoola  end  of  Shoal  Harbour,   Gilford  Island, being Sec! 20, Tp. 1, R. 4, Poudrier Sur- sariiy Rented       "y W"a r "0t "eCeS
D,ated July 6, 1907.             „„.    ,0.0.  ?"  the southeast  end of Flores Island  thence 80 chains north; thence SO chains vey. FC   GAMBLE
ab^t ^S^^h'oF^'SSSl  ^e^heLToV ^^"Sa-^thSSS  SSL^S?? &° p^n't^o/^JnS^Sfen8!0 JuS215'' 19°7-     F  G  SPARLING T     ,        , w   ,4""^? =»«•»•«•
^?st„corner oTIndianJeserye^at mouth logins south; thence 160,chai^ west;  _*£%_& %.£j^ifs,Z_T ITllfs. *J^ F. G. SPARLING. ^ds-d^orks^epartment^   ^
J^cLtU    -1UI)      .111,     1 ,'Ui. ■--
of" Tranquil Creek, Tofino Inlet; thence  thence 40 chains north to point of com-
west 80 "chains; thence north 80 chains
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 11th, 1907.
No. 11—Commencing at a post planted
in bay about two and one-half miles
from mouth of Deer Creek and half a
mile   northwest   from   Woman   Island"
mencement.
GEORGE  HENRY BARNARD.
James W. Jones and J. L. Steele,
July 13 Agents.
No. 18.—Commencing at a post plant-      TAKE  NOTICE  that S.  Oftedahl,  of      TAKE NOTICE that Charles Vick, of
ed about 90 chains  east and  80 chains Minneapolis, occupation, teacher, intends HoopIe   gask    occupatlon merchant, In-
north of the eastern end of Shoal Har- to apply for permiss on to purchase the  ten(£  [0        j    for permission  to  pur-
; bour,  Gilford Island;  thence  80 chains following described land:      chase the following deserlhert inndf
COAST LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coast, Range 1.
^^^^^^^^^^^ TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   H.   L.   Jen-
thence"north 40 chains; thence west 80 kins, of Vancouver, occupation Lumber-
chains' thence south 40 chains; thence man, intend to apply for permission to
west 40 chains;  thence south to shore;  purchase the following described land
south;   thence   80   chains   east;   thence      Commencing at a post planted at the
80 chains north; thence 80 chains west  southwest^corner of Sec. _ 2o,_lp. 2.R. 4,
shore   to   point   of   com-
of
Commencing at the" southwest corner  July 13.
timber   lea.se    "I,"    Tobaz   Harbor,  —sr-js-ss
to the point of commencement, and containing 640  acres,  more  or  less.
Date  July  4,   1907.
W. A. HILLIS AND SONS,
William  Henry  Belden,
Locator.
thence   alon  ,	
mDatSS°Ju1V Uth, 1907. thence""north™? chains 'iT* ™tata!        ™™ ^ShaTchK^Dun-
Na 18-CommeAcing at a post plant- thence   west   62   chains   and   30   links;  b*^™™B. %aJ.,CSer, Intel
ttufe^t^s'tha^rthe^ce^rth6^!! lt_?__T\&^A"_TSJl-  to   ™* M  a* *^1   *tlm-be-r  I-ioence
chains-   thenee  east   80  chains;   thence erly along shore line to point of corn-
south 80 chains to point of commence- mencement   and   containing   152   acres
ment more or less.
Dated July 6th, 1907.              ■-■  ■'    - June 24th, 1907. ,.„__.,._„
No. 19—Commencing at a post planted H.L.JENKINS,
at southeast corner of limit 926; thence July 13                C. O. P. OLTS. Agent,
wost 20 chains;_ thence north 40 chains'
Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence
north 80 chains; thence west SO chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence east SO
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less, and
being Sec. 25, Tp. 2, R. 4, Poudrier Survey.
May  17th,  1907.
June 29 S. OFTEDAHL.
chase the "following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Sec. 36, Tp. 2, Range
4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley;
thence north SO chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 010 acres, more
or less, and being Sec. 36, Tp. 2, R. 4,
Poudrier  Survey.
May   17th,   1907.
June 29 CHARLES VICK.
over  the  following described  lands:
No. 37.—Commencing at a post plant
ed about 3 miles distant and In a north
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Clayoquot.
TAKE NOTICE that E. D. Leverson,
DIS-
TAKE NOTICE  that  l-'red.  Harrison,
of Saskatoon, occupation banker, intends
^^^^ __      to apply for permission to purchase the
erly  direction   from   the  mouth  of  the  following  described   land: _ __. _.   ,
Skookam   River,   running   out   of   the      Commencing at a post planted at the of  Vancouver,   Intends   to  apply  for  a
Mamquam River, New Westminster dis-  southwest corner of Sec. 26. Tp. 2, R. I. special  timber licence over the follow-
trict,   northwest   corner:   thenee   south  Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley, thenco ing described lands:—
SO chains; thence east 80 chains; thence  north 80. chains; thence east SO chains; 1. Commencing at the south-east cor-
north SO chains; thence west 80 chains  thence south 80 chains; thence west SO ner, situate about 2 1-2 miles southwest
thence" east"l20   chains;   along   shore CLAYOQUOT   LAND   DISTRICT,                      _               _                                                                                             _ ^
line in a southerly a"a ™£Sntntly dire0"      TiCTES-irF f^pS toi-l Hll-  to  point  of  commencement,   containing chains  to point of c6mmenceme'nt,""an(i from the head" of Sterling' Arm," Sproat
tion to point of commencement.                     TAKE NOTJCE that„P^y ^avld Hll-  6,(0'a         more or Iess, containing 640 acres, more or less, and Lake;  thence north to the south boun-
DatedI July Gth, 1907.     .           n,„nted ^nwV ^°/'t  tn  Vnnlv  fnr  a' sneolll      Staked  June  ]2th,   1907. being Sec. 26, Tp. 2, Aange 4, Poudrier dary of Clark's T. A.; thence west and
No. 23—Commencing at a post Planted dea er,    ntends  to  apply  for  a  special      N     3S,_Commenclnff at a post plant- Survey. south and west and north to south boun-
at  shore  line  and  northeast  corner  of timber    -cence   over  the  following  de-  ^V/T 3 mile? distant and iria north- Ma/25th,  1907. dary of Timber Limit 11,213; thence west
Lot   648    Toflno   ^et:   thence   east   SO scribed la"ds-                                                 erly  direction   from   the  mouth  of  the June 29                    FRED. HARRISON. 50 chains; thence south 60 chains; thenco
^sTs^Si^;8 l^£°noC!-\at!n86 Si «rA?SS?W^ 5KZ_n*3_& ^T^st^nstfr ffi!   T SAdft TSfe" "east cor-
topoln) of commencement. the   point   where   Uie   north   boundary ^-^l^'e^.^S'lO^n. _ TAKE NOTICE that J   F. Cairns, of ner. STtaMSSt 3-4 06f Tmilo soUth-
Dated July 11th, 1907.               „,„„f-j Pf M1 m. ,comes Jo; the shore of .Her-        t'   f  the  N    w_   corner  of  No.   37 Saskatoon,   Sask.,  occupation   merchant, wost  from   tho  head  of  Sterling  Arm,
No. 25—Commencing at a post planted bert Arm thence north 80 chains; thence claim;   thence  east   80   chains;   thence intends to apply for permission to pur- sproat  Lake;   thence  100  chains  west;
5  chains  east  and  10  chains  south  of west SO chains; thence south 80 chains;  ^t™'go chains; thence west SO chains; chase the following described land: tiience   south    40   chains;    thence   160
tho point where the north and the south thence east SO chains to place of com-  gj^oe south 80 chains toi point of com- Commencing at a post planted at the chains  east;   thence  north  to  point  of
line of lot 618 on east side strikes the mencement,  containing  610 acres,  more  me,"ceVent   containing  640  acres,  more southeast corner of Sec. 27, Tp. 2   R. 4. commencement.
shore;  thence south 100 chains;  thence or   less.                                                 oriels          coniainin*.          acrea, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence June 17th, 1907.
east 40 chains;*thence north 60 chains. Date June 19, 1907. „,„„♦_„, Staked June 14th 1907. north SO cliains; thence west SO chains; 3. Commencing at tho southeast cor-
thence east 60 chains; thence north,40 No. 5 —Commencing at a post Planted stamen ^iune gggfjj^ • A„nti thence south SO chains; thence east SO „er, situate about three miles south-
chains; thence west 100 chains to point. 140 chains north and 60 chains west of ■ *-• uernest PROFIT. chains to point of commencement, and west from the head of Sterling Arm,
of commencement. the point where the north boundary of  ■■"■■• __________    ____  containing 640 acres, more or less, and Sproat Lake; thence    40    chains north-
_    _    _        __..         - hpine    So,*,      97      -Pn     O      Ttnnn-n    A       T_n.,A.ln.    l._     ..    _.-'■                       ...                    --       -      -
Dated July 11th, 1907. Lot 493 comes to the shore of Herbert  -irrr-rnDT -,      t nm
No. 26—Commencing at a post plant-  Arm,   thence   north   80   chains;   thence   Vli_.IUlvlA     i_.f_.NU
 "    DISTRICT OF RENFERW.
ed  about  5   chains  south  of southwest  east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains:
corner of Indian  Reserve at  mouth  of  thonce west SO chains to point of com-
Dcer Creek,  Toflno Inlet;  thence north  mencement,  containing 640 acre.,,  more
40    chains;    thonce    west    120 chains;  or i6Ss.
thence south  40 chains; thence east 40      Date June 19th   1907
chains;  thenee south  40 chains;  thence
east   to   shore;   thence   along  shore  to
point of commencement.
Dated July 11th, 1907.
No, 27—Commencing at_ a post plant-
Tp. 2, Ram
1907.
4, Poudrier  thence 60 chains west; thenco 60 chains
north;   thence   40   chains   west;   thenca
100  chains south;  thence east to point
of commencement.
4. Commencing at the north-east cor-
J. F. CAIRNS.
the point where the north boundary of
Lot 493 comes to the shore of Herbert
i\.rm,   thence   north   80   chains;   thence
DISTRICT— being'Sec? 27,
Survey.
^^^^^_^_^^^^—_^^—— May 25th,
Ballard,   Wash.,   occupation,   dealer   in June 29
timber   lands,   intends   to   apply   for   a   _ _  	
special timber license over the follow- NOTICE is herebv given that 60 days  nor,   situate   about   three   miles   south-
Nn'V^ommenplmr 'jit a nost Dlanted   inS described  lands: after   date   I   intend   to   apply   to   the  west from  the   head of Sterling   Arm,
annhniTsPnnrThand^0 chains, west of      1- Commencing at a post planted 480 chief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and Sproat   Lake-   thonce   40   chains   west;
20 chains north and 60 chains west or  chajng  east Qf N)t Na(.  Lake_  more 01. ^^  fo__ pormlgslon  t0  purchase  the  thence   160   chains    south;    thence    40
less,  and at S.  E.  corner of T. L. No. following   described   land,   situated   on chains   east;   thence  north   to  point  of
14537; thence    east    SO    chains; thence the west side of Porcher Island,  about commencement.
nortli SO chains; thence west SO chains; t\vn   miles   north   of   Chrlsman's   pre- 5. Commencing at the southwest cor-
thence   south   SO   chains,   to   point   of emption,  adjoining Henry Walden's N. "er,   situate   about   4   1-2   miles   south-
eas780 »^"»SS riT^ ""-*^r--: »°"  C0Sn^t 1907. ,    .-.-■■   n  WCo£^„Tat  a  post  marked  Ar-  ^t^MSi W^ ^?i
Dated July 11th, 1907. nianted  zvn PbilmPn?rTh and"60 chainsT west of  less,   and   at   the   northeast   corner   of  thonce west to beach; thence following  40 chains west; thence 90 chains south;
No  A-Commencing at a post Planted  220 chains north and 60 ehains west „r        ^ Nq  ug       ^^ north g„ ^ , commencement,  con-  thonce 60 chains  east;  thence south  to
fi#fiE.SfSSS2s aS»SS?Sfe S,WBS! '""'"*"' "!t""""""    	
west 40 chains; thence north 40 chains; east SO chains; thence south SO chains; "'X^ 2   1907
thence   west   to   shore;   thence   along thence west 80 chains to place of com- P f-'viLninr _t a nost -olanted 440
shore  liiTe  in  a  northerly  direction  to mencement,  containing 640  acres,  more ch»kcs°™™{Jcl0nrB ^gae?a°st   of  Nit   Nat
point of  commencement. *"1E»*            10t,     .... Lake   and   80   chains   north   of  N.   E.
^teB-ciymm^clngka_P°APiantea. ..No^.-CoVmencing at a post planted corner of T. L. No. 14537; thence north
ed about  5  chains  cast "from  sho're at  West SO chains"; thence south SO chains
head of Camp Cove, Toflno Jnlet; thence  thence east SO chains to point of com
point of commencement.
• 0. Commencing at  the  southeast  cornor,   situato  about   I   1-1   miles  southwest  from   the  head  of  Sterling  Arm,
Sproat   Lake;   thence   40   chains   north;
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ thonce 60 chains west; thence 60 chains
NOTICE is hereby given that, 60 davs  north;   thence   40   chains   west;   thence
April  24, 1907,      ^^
ARTHUR   SNIDER,
June S W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
.„,_,_ ,.„.,.to„     -- -- — -•--   _, after  date,   I   intend" to ""apply "to  the  100 chains south; thence east 'to point
"^^'^"BedweirVoVnd'Vnd"^ ,,l "chatonort'h an? 20^alns east of ?0 .chains ;Jh?nce aastJO^ohatns; thence chief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and of .commencement
July 13
J. N. BRITTEN.
mile  from  Race  Narrows;   thence  east  the point where the north boundary of  south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains
J 80 chains; thence south 20 chains; thence  j,0t .js)3 comes to the shore of Herbert  to  point of commencement.
west 20 chains: thonce south 80 chains:  Arm.   thence  north   120   chains;   thence   _ Date July 2,  1907.
; thence west to beach; thence along beach  west SO chains; thence south 40 chains;
ito point of commencement. thonce east 40 chains: thence south  SO
July 6th. 1907. ....  chains;  thenco  east  40  chains  to point
No. C—Commencing at a post planted  0f commencement, containing 640 acres,
about two and one quarter miles  from  more or less.
Race Narrows, east side Bedwell Sound.      Date June  20.  1907.
thence east  SO chains; thence north 40      no. 9.—Commencing at a post planted   Intends  to "apply 'for
^chains;   thence  east  40  chains;   thence  300   chains  north   and   20  chains  west  licence   over   the   following   described
Works  for permission  to  purchase  the      Juno ISth,  1907.
following described land, situated on 7. Commencing at the northeast cor-
the west side of Porcher Island, about ner, situate about 60 chains southwest
2   1-2   miles   north   of  Chrlsman's   pre-  from   the   mouth   of   St.   Denis   Creek,
 —   emption: , Two-River Arm.    Sproat    Lake;  thence
COAST LAND DISTRICT. Commencing at  a post on  thc beach  south SO chains; thence east 120 ehnlns;
Coast Range 2. marked Alma B. Clarke's N.W. corner:   thenco north In south boundary of Tlm-
T-VKE NOTICE that Michael Crane of  thenco east SO chains;  thence south  SO  bor Limit 11,212; thenco west $0 chains;
Port Harvey occupation Timber Cruiser,   chains;  thenee  wost  along A.   Snlder's  thenee north   in chains;  thence west to
-     * -     - special   timber  line  to  beach;   thence  north   hy  bench  point of commencement.
 wing   described  tn  point of commencement,  containing     8. Commencing at the northeast cor-
Sn'orti,"'4o'eh;iins-"thenc"o" west SO chains:  of "the" point "where" "the north "boundary  lands" , .    ,    ,  ,   180 a9,r°s-. mere or loss.
thlnce   south   40   chains:   thenee   west   __ Lot 493 cor..es to the shore of T-Ter-       No. l.-Commencing at a.post planted      April 24, 1907.
to  shnre-  thence  southerly along shore bert    Arm:    thenee    north    80    chains:   about 40 chains1 distant, and 111 an east- ALMA B. CLARKE.
line to place Of commencement. thenee enst 120 chains: thenee south 40  erly direction  from  head of.lagoon,  on  JuneS
T,,iv &   1007 chains;  thence west  40 chains  to point  East line of Puly Limit No. 496, Gilford
Nn  F—Commencing at a post planted 0f commencement, containing 640 acres,   island; thence south  SO chains,  follow-
at   tiie   northwest   eorner   of   lot   288;  more or less. ing   line   of   said   Pulp   Limit;   thence
thence south 40  chains: thence east 40      D^,p  .i„ne 20,  1007. east SO chains; thence north 80 chains;
chains;  thenee south  SO chains;  thenee      N    in_Commenclng at a post planted   thence west SO chains to point of corn-
west 40 chains; thence north 40 chains,   300   clm-ns   north   and   20   chains   west  mencement.
| ffigr-ESJ to° P»«&SS Sf the point where ^ ^th ^oundary      Juno «feoS
AU containing 040.,cres, more or less. benArm: il-enc^nortl, ^chains^thence ^0. \r^X^nt%UXX^.
thence east SO ehains to point of corn-
Dated 6th July, 1907.       	
HARRY AT. HILLIS,
WILLIAM J. STONE, Agent.
I July 20
the west side of Porcher Islnnd
Commencing at a pnst marked  Alma
 __  ._         B.   Clarke's  N.W.   corner;   Ihence   east
erly dlrectlon_ from  head of Lagoon on  sn chains: thence north 20 chains; thpiipp
"  ' '     thenee  following  beach
commencement,   containing
nor, situate nenr tho mouth nf St. Denis
Crock, nn Two-River Arm, Sproat Lake;
_   __    _    _ thonce 120 chains along shore westerly;
W   W.  CLARKE. Locator,   thence  on  ehnlns  south:   thence east  to
    the   west   boundary   of   Timber   Limit
— 11.212;   thenco   north   to   shore;   thenc-!
NOTTCE Is hereby given thnt 60 dnvs   west  tn  point  nf commencement.
nfter   date   I   intend   to   apply   to   the June 19th, 1907.       	
Chief    Commissioner    of    Lands     and I- D.  LLVERSON,
Works-   fnr  permission   tn   purchnse   the  J"ly 13 W< 13. GARRARD. Agent.
following  described   land,   situated   on
ui-n.B ottoi ov y""'!'Vr_n"n..'.-»=L morn Eust Tlne'ofPul'y Limit No. 496, Gilford west'to "beach
mencement, containing 640 acres, more }'-£cntJ,nth°once n„rtll  s0  chalns follow-  to point of c,
Or   leSS,  __ :'.„      ,,_.„      .t      ..IA      TD.ilr.       T  * m 11 •      Hionnfl     1 ii f,     .....       «..
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND
DISTRICT.
District of Coast, Range 2.
TAKE   NOTICE   that _Francls   J.
Date June  20.   1907. ____________________________________
No. 11—Commencing at a post planted
100 chains east and SO chains south
of the northwest corner of Lot 493:
thence north 160 chains; thence east
40   chatns;   thence   south   160   chains:
mencement,  containing 640 acres,  more
or less.
Date Juno 22. 1007.
No. 12—Commencing^ at apost planted
less.
lALBERNI LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
.    TAKE   NOTTCE   that   George   Henry
Barnard,  of Victoria, B. C., occupation
barrister   intends to aply for a spec nl   .,,    	
timber  license  over   the  following  de- thencowest 40 chains to.place of com-
SC?!bCommet:.ng   at    a   post   planted,
marked  G.  H.  Barnard  S.W.   Cor.^on
200 c,ha!|nsSis(oeutheaft10orfSIndlan Reserve on"the"wes"t"sho"re"of Cone Island', about
Coonesecoola  on   the  northeast  side  of mn  yards  south  of  the  most  westerly
Wores   Island   Lake,   number   3,   about point;   thence  east  about  60  chains   to
u   chains   northeast  from  lake  shore; the  sherc:   thence  along  shnre  around
thence 160 chains east; thence 40 chains the northern end nf islnnd and back to
wth    thence  160  chains  west;   thence p0|nt of commencement, eontalnlng 6*10
40 chains south to point of commence- aore^mjre^nr tf**-m1
"^"commencing   at   a   post   planted. No. lS—Commencing at a post plant-
marked  G   H   Barnard's  S.W.   Corner et\ nt the nnrth  pnd of the west boun-
S, thi west S de of Flores Island, about darv of Lot  623 B on  the smith  shore
|S?n PhnTns southeast of Indian Reserve 0f Bowden Bny; thenee south 120 ehnlns   Point ^
Icnnneseeoola   or? the  northcat t   side   of thonce west  sn chains; thence  north  SO         »",«
Iwa?" Mind lake No. 3, abou    1  chain ehnlns:   thence  west   40  chains;   thence  •-"»*"
160   ncres.   more
April   24,   1907.
MRS. W. W. CLARKE.
June 8 W. W. CLARKE. Loentor.
Green, of Quatsino, B.C., Prospector,
Intends to apply for a special timber
licence over tho following described
lands, situated on Cracroft island: Commencing at a post planted on or about
30 chnins easterly from Sambo Point,
Clio  Channel;  thenco    south    about  40
ing line nf said Pulp Limit; thence
east SO chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Juno 19th,  1907.	
MTCI-IAEL CRANE.	
No. 3.—Commencing at a post planted NOTTCE Is herebv given that 60 dnvs    ,   .            ,           -,---    — „„_   ,„
nbout   120   chains   distant   and   in   an after date I Intend to apply to tho Chief  9{l'u,l8.J2 the northern boundary of T.L.
SO  chains  east  of  Pulp  Limit  No.   496. Commissioner of Lands nnd Works  for                           "               ""  -'--'
Gilford Island: thence south  SO chains; permission   tn   purchaso   the   following
thonce east 80 chains;  thence north   SO described land, situated on Useless Bay
chains;  thenco west 80 chains to point on the west const of Porcher Tsland:
of  commencement. Commencing  nt  a  post   marked   Am-
June  20th.   1 007. brose Adams' N.E. Corner: tbence sonth
T-INVHO T5TVHDTPI 80   chnins;   along   Kay   McKay's   line*.
No.  ..—Commencing at a post planted thenee west  20 chnins;  thenee nnrth  to
on the shore line of Francis  Point  on bench; thence by beach tn point nf com-
the  south    side    of    KIngeome    Inlet: mencement.  containing 160 acres,  more
thence   south   120   chains;   thence   west 0r less.
SO ehains; thenee nnrth  40 chains, more April   23.   1907.
or  less,  to  shore  line:   thence  easterly AMBROSE   ADAMS,
nlnng  the  shore  of  KIngeome Inlet  to june S   Per W. W. CLARKE, Locator,
point of enmmeneemont. 	
-    e  23rd,  1007.                    r-.pAv.ir COAST   LAND   DISTRICT—DISTRICT  tho west' side o'f'"'p'orpher''lsia'mi'."on the
3                      MICHAEL tKAMIi. 0F  HKBENA   RIVER.                    southwest  side  of Useless  Bay:
No. 7,923; thonce ahout 40 chains east:
thonce south 40 ehains; thence east 40
chains: thence south 40 chains: thenco
east to chains; thonco north about SO
chains to beach; Ihence westerly along
beach to point of commencement, containing 6*10 acres, moro or loss.
Loented  May   23d,   1907.
July 13 F. J. A. GREEN'.
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days
nfter date I Intend to apply to tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following   described   land.   Hltuatcd
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Commencing at a post marked Albert
VT.-.n.T.-.T-' i» horohv irlven that 60 davs      TAKE   NOTTCE   that   John   G.   John- Snlder's N.W.   Corner:  thenco south  SO
 ,                 _?0Tl^f;   ■.ThTaS1   to   ann"   t"    th    ston. of Port Essington. B.C.. occupation chains;   thence  wost   SO  chains;   thenee
onpempnt, and containing 640 acres  nfter   date   I   Intend   to. apjiy.ni   '"• -   .       -    .        -  .-_-- .-     	
^rl'&a^ce^o'cffl ^{Ho^ach; thence along the shore
tl_t. -thinPfi 401 Chains north, thence 160   |n   nn    pnsterly   dlreptlnn   nt   pace   nf       . __^___
Phnlnq west* thence 40 chains south to  pommpnpempnt, and containing 640 acres  nripr   a«,«.*   "tltHgJ*   ™tit   '■Unit*    and   Timber Cruiser,  intends to .app.ly. fnr a north   to   beach;   thenco   by   beach   to
^flSSffliWa W marked ft mnDrlte°rA, 1907. -   .^ |&& j^V* *%&& lSn' dKeWdiU,       f f   ,   ( , --*  morenr less.
tt!W*"fc.CoL?».^«.^  ..Nn-Ji-Commenelng^at nfpost plnnted   following ^eserlbW ^^   ^ ^No. .-Commencing attest planted      Apr,, h.ltlOT.   Lffi!rHBRIDGa
about   two   miles   from   north   end,   at June 8 A.   McKAY,  Agent.
Works  foTpermission  to  purchase 'the  special timber^licence over the following  point' ot_ commencemen.," containing 160
following   descrlhed   land,   situated   on  A       """
the west   side nf Porcher Island,  about
one  mile
|indranSRMer7e"c^ chains; "thence"north"40 chains:  thence emption:
IWS&^^^'S^! fc^^nSRS^^S' "  "^ ^i"»Wtf  'of-Chrisman5s-pre: onJhe.west_.side .ofJCennedy laland.
I In     ft    Snilin-cft,"i',^J *•* _._„„! „   nn   ^\t_   an at     _.!____. i _____>•    A_._n__._n._~.    „„„tl*,    At\    -ftne-i-na*    tnotifo THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. NOTICE  is hereby given  that  thirty  Queen  Charlotte  Islands  Group;  thence ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.     ...    .       ....
District of Rupert. days after date, I Intend to apply to the north 80 chains, west 80 chains, south                   District of Rupert                   days after date I intend to apply to the
TAKE  NOTICE   that   Rollie   Harold Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and 80 chains,  east 80  chains,  back to the      TAKE NOTICB that A. J. Dickenson,  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Zider, of    Winnipeg, Man.,  occupation, Works for a licence to prospect for coal place of commencement, containing .iv of St. Paul, Minn., occupation, Gentle- Works for permission to purchase the
Clerk, intends to apply for permission to on the following described land:              acres.                                                            man, intends to apply for permission to following described lands,  situated  on
purchase the following described land: Commencing at a post planted about     Located this 15th day of June, A. D. purchase the following described land: the Neehaeo River, Coast District, B.C.
Commencing   at   a   post   planted on two  miles  up  Skidegate Chuck Creek, 1907.                                                                 Commencing at   a   post   planted   at     Commencing at a post planted on the
northwest corner of Section  30, Town- near the northeast corner of Section 23,                             W. N. MITCHELL.         northwest corner Section 27.  'r.,„           right bank of the Nechaco River, about
shin 33; thence east 80 chains; thence on the north side of   Skidegate Inlet, Jy27                                               . ._<ent. 36; thence east 80 chains; thence south twelve  miles  below  Fraser Lake,  and
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Island 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence marked V.D.. S.E.; thence Ast. west
thence north 80 chains, to point of com- Group; thence south 80 chains, east 80      NOTICE  is hereby  given  that  thirty north 80 chains, to point of commence-  80 chains; thence Ast. north 80 chains;
mencement,  containing 640  acres more chains, north 80 chains, west 80 chains days after date I intend to anply to the ment, containing 640 acres more or less, thence Ast. east about 80 chains to the
or less.
back   to   the   place   of   commeneement, Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
D. D. McPHAIL.                 containing 640 acres. Works for a licence to prospect for coal
Agent for Rollie Harold Zider.         Located this 12th day of June, A. D. on the following described lands:
July 8th,  1907.                                 Jy27 1907. Commencing at a post planted at the
  *                                J. E. GRAY. southwest corner of the claim of R. F.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.           Jy27                     A. A. McPHAIL, Agent. Taylor, being about one mile from the
District  of Rupert.                        south shore of Skidegate_ Inlet, opposite
D. D. McPHAIL, right bank of the Nechaco River, and
Agent for A. J. Dickenson.     thence  following  the  said   right  bank
July  7th,  1907. Jy27 down   stream   to  point  of  commence-
 ment. and containing about 640 acres.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. May 7th, 1907.
District of  Rupert ,       „„ VICTOR DECAMP.    	
TAKE NOTICE that S. J. Ellison, of June 22 Agent, J. A. HICKEY.
TAKE NOTICE that Karl Sawyer, of NOTICE  is  hereby given  that  thirty  the old  Cowgitz  mine,   Graham  Island, St. Paul, Minn., occupation,  Gentleman, ___	
Winnipeg   Man.,  occupation,  Clerk,  in- days after date I intend to apply to the Queen Charlotte Islands Group; thence intends to apply for permission to pur-            ""
tends  to  apnly for permission  to pur- Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami  south  SO  chains,  east  80  chains,  north chase  the following described  land:            urnmrmi  ■_.  h   „v...  _.- ..     .v.-*   .,.,„
chase the following described land: Works for a licence to prospect for coal 80 chains, west 80 chains, back to the Commencing  at   a   post   planted   at  ..{J"1*1';*' 'f„f1erTelJL.f j ".„  .JL_i,  K
Commencing   at a   post   planted   at on the following described lands:             place of commencement, containing 640 northeast corner of Section 2«,  Town- ?^JB„*"e!;v,?f-,ter,I SffiHLiS $*TorJ2
southeast oorner of Section  19.  Town- Commencing at a post planted at the acres. ship 36; thence west 80 chains; thence the Hon- Chief Commissioner of Lands
ship 33; thence east 80 chains: thence northwest corner of the claim of J. E.     Located this 15th day of June, A. D. south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains; and ffiowin? d-M^tt^-i lJndS PsuSated
Biuy^ »a,  •*,-c-,1 l, -,..at an niioin-a' n-n-.,   hninn. nhn„t _«,./> -niinn ..n oi.tA.   inn-? thence    north   80  chains,   to point  of lno -following described lands, situated
north SO chains; thence west 80 chains; Gray, being about two miles up Skide- 1907.
thence south 80 chains, to point of com- gate   Chuek  Creek,   near  the  northeast Jy27
mencement,  containing  640  acres  more corner of Seotion, 23, on the north side	
or iesa                                                             of    Skidegate    Inlet,    Graham    Island, NOTTCE  is hereby  given  that  thirty
D. D. McPHAIL.            Queen Charlotte  Islands Group;  thence days after date I intend to apply to the
Agent for Karl Sawyer.      north 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80 Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
July 8th, 1907.                               Jy2'  chains,   west   80   chains,   back   to  the Works for a licence to prospect for coal
  place of commencement, containing 640 on the following desoribed lands:
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.           aores. Commencing at a post planted at the
A. A. McPHAIL.     commencement,    containing    640   acres on  the Nechaco River, Coast District,
more or less.
D.   D.   McPHAIL,
Agent  for   S.   J.   Ellison.
July  7th, 1907. Jy27
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
B. C:
Commencing at a post planted on the
left bank of the Nechaco River, about
19 miles below Fraser Lake, and marked O.M.H., S.E.;'thenoe Ast. north 40
chains; thence Ast. west 20 chains;
thence Ast. north 40 chains; thence Ast.
res.                                                                        commencing at a post piantea at tne                      jjisinct oi  nuu-sii. west fin chains- thence Ant   smith nhmit
District  of Rupert.                        Located this 12th day of June, A. D.  southwest, corner of the claim of R. F.      TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Bell De- 40 chains to tlie left blnk of the Ne.
TAKE  NOTTCE   that Edward   .Tames 1907.                                                                  Taylor, being about one mile from the Remer, of Grand Forks, N. D., occupa- JLco River  and following the said left
Glencke. of Winnipeg, Man., occupation,                                J. H. YOUNG.                  south shore of Skidegate Inlet, opposite tion, Architect, Intends to apply for per- gjgg? *g™> stream   to   point   It   com-
Clerk  intends to apply for permission to Jy27                      A. A. McPHAIL, Agent,  the  old   Cowgltz  mine,  Graham Island, mission  to purchase the  following  de- Mencement! and containing 640 acres
nurchase the following described land: Queen  Charlotte  Islands  Group;  thence scribed   land:                              ...      . May   9th    1907
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   at     NOTTCE  is hereby  given  that thirty south  80  chains,  west  80 ehains, north      Commencing   at   a   post   planted   at '        ■        '"„„„_
northwest  eorner  of Section  18,  Town- days after date I Intend to apply to the  80  chains,  east  80 chains, hack  to  ti-e northwest corner  Section  26.  Townshtu *->■ "L 4«55f'-HiJK:    „,„„.
«hln  IV  thenoe east 80  chains;  thence Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and place of commencement, containing 640 36; thence east 80 chains: thence south June^            Agent,   J.  A.  HlLKJsr.
anHtn iii ehains: thence west 80 chains; Works for a licence to prospect for coal acres.                                                            80 chains; thence west 80 chains: thence ————————————————
th.nr.nn -north 80 chains, to noint of com- on the following described lands:                Located this 15th day of June, A. D. north 80 chains, to point of commence- NOTICE is hereby  given that sixty
inent-e   -l----      _"___,. cln     nn-aa    mnm nn-nmn-nnlno.   nt    n    -.not    nlnntnA        '     "   * *     »-"       -    " "- ' "      A....     ... J,-.*-     T     ,_._ _,     _- ,..     _-
■merirement,  containing  640  acres more      Commencing at a post planted at the 1907,
S IMS northwest corner of the claim of J. E.
D. D. McPHATL. Gray, being about two miles up Skide- Jy27
jo-out fnr Edward James Glencke.      gate  Chuck   Creek,  near  the  northeast
July   8th    1907. Jy27 corner of Section .23, on the north side
GEORGE YOUNG.
A. A. McPHAIL, Agent.
of    Skidegate    Inlet,    Graham    Island,
NOTICE  is hereby  given that thirty
  01     SKiaegate    iniet,     uranam    isiana,  *,,,,„ „fter dote T Intend to anolv to the
A^SnTlAND DISTRICT. Queen $>»™» ™« 0«mp:  therice ggj «£* ^* U?&V_X_? S
District of Rupert. ^^ south J^chaUis, ^M chains, ^north Worka fo, a llcence to prospect for coal
ment containing 640 acres more or less, days after date I intend to apply  to
D. D.  McPHAIL, the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
Agent for Joseph Bell DeRemer. and Works for permission to purchase
July 7th, 1907.                                Jy27 the following described lands, situated
  on the  ..echaco River, Coast District,
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT B. C:                                  ,
District of Rupert. Commencing at a post planted on the
TAKE NOTICE that John Mader,  of left bank of the Neehaeo River, near O.
Grand   Forks   N.  D„   occupation,   Sten- M. Hatcher s S.E. corner and marked J.
.....          ... ..... ■- b. W., S.W. corner; thence Ast. north
40 chains;- thenee Ast. west 20 chains;
thence Ast north 40 chains; thence Ast.
ner of the claim of R. F. Taylor, Deing ■>«•"«•         cIn_   at   a   DOSt   planted   at «ast  40  chains;   thence  Ast.  north  40
about  three miles  south  of the south     Cf™™!"0'"?'"Sea,ti^s.-P'a,eu.-,.. chains;   thence   Ast.   east   40   chains;
shore of. Skidegate Inlet, opposite the southwest corner section thence                                                      j
n-.rr-t- wottce that Frederick su cnains, east tv cnains. oacK to tne „_ thB following described lands* Grand Forks, in. u„ ucouiiauim, a-.™-
TAKB t -Sr9*JJine^ Man occupation, place of commeneement, containing 640 cXJ2^l It a nost nlanted about ographer, Intends to apply, for permis-
^r'infenKPaPply Tor permission acres tw? mUeT^th ' of ?heBtaSuthwest «ir- sfon/to purchase the following described
Sei£the    following   described     Located this 12th day of June, A. D. ner of the c,al„, of R. F. Taylor> belng land: ,___
to   purchase   the    iuu-j™.-.*    -- — .nn-_
!2«!^VfrP^SS W A.Z-a^L. Agent. ^^.^T^^SaSS ijr&^eeVesi'so'ehainsT thence  Ast.   east  about  30  chains  to  the  left
S°4 M fe W^oToTK Hd?,8 ^f^^misS^ofT^idl0^ ffi&ZSZ^J^tW&&2 »•  *   "^V,
ment, containing^ M"-™** ^ 0 k   for a licence^ prospect for coal "'■StefthiS'lSth'day of June, T D. Agent for John Mader,
1907.
A^-nt fnr -Frederick Luders. on the following described lands:
o.J^lnl           reaencK JJU    Jy27      Commencing at a post planted at the
July 8th, I""'-  .  northwest corner of the claim of J. E.  Tv!,7
 „„,,, T .»Tri Tvr<5TRTCT Gray, being about two mlles up Skide-    y
ALBl^NI J;AND DTRTRICi. gate   Chuck  Creek,   near  the  northeast 	
District or k»p*=»* corner of Section 23. on tbe north side
TAKE NOTTT. that P-"--;(A >'££>■?"• 0f    Skidegate    Inlet,   Graham     Island,
July 7th,  1907.
J. A. GRAHAM.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
ALBERNT LAND DISTRICT,
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that  Harold  H. Wil
following said left bank up stream to
point of commencement, and containing
about 640 acres.
jy27     May 10th. 1907.
  J. B. WINEMAN,
June 22 Agent. J. A. HICKEY.
son,
Clerk.
NOTICE is hereby given that Bixty
TAKE r-uri -• -•- --""-*,;-..,„•   r-iprit  in- or     siciaegate    iniet,   uranam     isiana, __,._,...«. a,. ..a....... Clerk,  Intends  to  appiy  ior perunaaion th-  c,
of Winnipeg, Man., occupation, 1-ierk, ■■    Queen  charlotte  Islands  Group;  thence      TAKE  NOTICE   that Frank  B.   Fee- t0   purchase   the   following    described works
OI   Winnip-=B, "*•"".•» Vnlaeslnn    to   DUr-   Wue^11   "-.Xlttl i-jllc   j.**-i,-.ii*.-h   vji-iui,,    ui-ii-i- ia_vj_    nullum    -..io.-.   X'ia.lliw   u.    i*-.r   ^o     p
tends to apply for permissiu"'-".»'       north 80 chains, west 80 chains, south tham, of Vancouver, occupation. Agent, *jana:
nh__n the following descrioeo.  ian«.     _.   en phoina.   f,ast  80 ehains.   back   to   the Intends to annlv for a snecial timber li-      r>n,
i _-, _a _____ ia ti nnninntlnn airi'ifjt. is nereDy given tnat Blxty
ofiG/anio ^"Sinii Vnr nermlssion d**a after date J 'ntend to apply to
:i.-is*"?" JS. ^\LJ^-P!52SS2S »• ?*** Commissioner of Lands'and
for permission to purchase the
chase the following aesrf„r'?eVanted  at ■?" chains,  east 80 ehains. back to the intends to apply for a special timber li-     Commencing   at   a   post   planted   at the north shore of Stuart
Commencing   at   a   P°st   'i,  Swn- Place of commencement, containing 640 cence    over    the    following    described southwest corner of Section 2. Townshln one m,le north from°thg „
..«_,*   r.in_tn_   ot following described  lands,  situated on
post   planted   at the _. th  ah   .    t stllarf  T.u     __nnt
soSS^rpre^ KSe SK
Lake, about
lands:
southwest corner or section i-i™™;   one mile north from the mouth of Pln-
35; thenee north 80 chains: thence east chi Rlver and about one mlle inlan(1. in 1
ship 33; thence e^Xce west™ ehains!     T,00ated this y*.   day of .T-rie, A. D.     No? S.^-Commencing^a post^planted go'  chains:"lhene«; >outh   ^n   chains; Range"v. "coast'VDistrict"1vTz.—
^L'.IM'chains, to point of com- 1907-
mSme^oMS 640  acres more Jy„
or less.
at southeast corner of Application No. thence west 80 ehains. to point of com- No 1.—starting from a post marked
P. R. BRO"'N 2,   about  six  miles   distant  and   in  a mencement,  containing 640  acres more A.M.—S.E.   and  thence   north  eighty
A. A. McPHAIL. Agent, northerly direction from head of West or iess. chains;    thence    west   eighty    chains;
Arm, Quatsino Sound; thence west 160 d. D^McPHAJL.  thence south eighty chains and thence
^I'tP'-ATnt^ iiheri King NOTICE is he.--.Viv given that thirty chains; thence north 40 chains; thence Agent for Harold H. Wilson.     east   eighty  chains   to  point  of  com*
AgenL •ft*1"'*-"- "■ j^27 days after date I Intend to anoly to tiie east 160 chains; thence south 40 chains,     juiy 8th, 1907. W" mencement and containing 640 acres.
July   8th,   1907. J_  Hon. Chief Commissioner ot Lands and to  point of  commencement,  containing ■——  ALBERT MURDOCK
"    " Works for a licence to prospect for coal 640 acres more or less. ALBERNI LA^n DISTRICT. Per J.  A  HICKEY,  Agent,
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
on the following described lands:
. .... _, Commencing  at a  post  planted   two
rr-AT-m-. NOTTCE that Charles Granger, m\\^s n0rtb  of the northwest corner of
nf Winnipeg,   Man.,  occupation,  Agent, the claim of J. E. Gray, being ahout four
?ntends to applv for permission to pur- mlIeg up skidegate Chuck Creek, on the
oKase the following described land: nnrtll   slr1o,  of  Rklflegate  Inlet.   Graham
Commencing   at   a   post   Planted  at isiana, Queen Charlotte Island Group; a-ajaaa.*. -_.,__i _._„._,.* „^u„=       -   —   .-.---. .   -  -—  	
northwest corner of Section 17,  lown- thence south  80 chai-s. east so cbnlns. of Vancouver, occupation, Stenographer, southeast corner of Section 5  Townshln ohains and thence west eighty chains to
ship 33;  thence east 80 chains, uen« north 80  ehains, west 80 ehains.  back intenas to apply for permission to pur- 35; thence north 80 chains: thence west point of commencement, and containing
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains. j0 the Place of commencement, contain- chase the following described land: 80    chains;    thence   sonth    «n    ehains:  640 acres,
D. D. McPHAIL, District  of Rupert.                        No.   2.—Starting   from   Albert   Mur-
Agent for Frank B. Feetham. TAKE   NOTICE   that    Lee    Bernard dock's  N.W.   corner  and  thence  north
July 9th, 1907.                                 Jy27 Tierney, of St. Paul, Minn., occupation, forty chains; thence west twenty chains
  Gentleman,   Intends  to apply  for  per- to a post marked F.A.G.—"C"; thenoe
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. mission  to purchase  the  following  de-  north forty chains; thence west eighty 1
District of Rupert. scribed land:                                               chains; thence south forty chains; thence '
TAKE NOTICE that Bernard Jacobs, Commencing   at   a   post   planted   at oast twenty ehains; thence south forty '
north 80 'chains, to point of com- lnK ,.40 acres.
uuiviL       ,_i_i____   1...A   Diu<Dn   more       * __. _.-_.  _t.i_.____.
mencement"containing   640  acres  more     Located this 13th day of June, A. D. SOuthwest'"corner of Section 10. Township mencement containing  640   acres  more
Commencing   at   a   post  planted    at thence east 80 chains, to point of corn
or less.
1907.
July  8th
n  D. McPHAIL.
Agent for Charles Granger.      jy27
1,   1907. •''" 	
*,-.  f   .nrAT.T.r^-r, ^i thence east 80 chains; thence north or  less.
a a -vr Sxtatt' a nA *0 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
A. A. McPHATL. Agent. south 80 chains, to point of commence-
ment, containing 640 acres more or less.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
take NOTTCE that  Lyman Hamlin worts for a licence to prospect for coal
Cm-rtrm   of Winnipeg, Man.,  occupation, on thR following described lands-
VTUlUUIl, . ._._ An    tn    annlV    TOr    Oer- nnmmnnnlnn.    nt    n    nnnt    -.InnAnA
D. D. McPHAIL.
Agent for Bernard Jacobs.
July  6th,   1907. Jy27
F. A. GRAY,
Per J. A. HICKEY, Agent.
No.   3.—Starting  at  a  post  on   the ,
D  D  MePHATL. north shore of Stuart Lake, about half ]
Agent for Lee Bernard Tierney.     way between Fort St. James and Pin- '
Tulv 8th   1907. Jy27 chi River and about three miles inland, ,
juiy am, x.vi. marked T.M.H.—N.W. and thenee east
ALBERNT LAND DISTRICT. forty chains; thence south forty chains;
District of Rupert. thence  west  forty   chains   and   thence)
TAKE   NOTTCE   tha*    Ra-il   W.   Stn-  north   forty   chains   to   point   of   com*
herow,   of St.  Paul,  Minn., occupation, mencement and containing 160 acres.
Gentleman, Intends to apply for permis- T. M. HICKEY,
.,„„,„„    „,   , ,. ,         ,-               „ ..a. „„. ALBERNT LAND DISTRICT,
Sennirrnnher. intends to apply for per- Commencing at a post planted at the                   District of Rupert                    ~~ —.. -; -.-,-;■   ,      . - ,.„.                            ,
mission to purchase  the following de- northwest corner of the claim of E. S. .TAKE NOTICE that Charles J. John- sion to purchase the following described
"   - ■    ' Topping,   being   about   four   miles   up son, of Grand Forks, N. D„ occupation, land*
A HICKEY, Agent.
June 221
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty I
days  after date  I  intend  to  apply  tol
smith 80 ehains; thence east 80 chains: south 80 chains, west 80 chains, north     Commencing at   a   post   planted   at west 80 chains; thence north SO chains; the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
thenee north 80 chains, to po nt of com- 80 chains,  east _80 chains,  back, to the northwest corner of Section £ Township thenee east 80 chains^ to ooint of com- and Works for Permission to purchase
mlncemTnt,"containing  640""a«es more piac7"ortommen7ement'°confaining 640 ?5O*"XncreOa™tBr80O^h^ns?thenceW?oSuth mencement containing  640  acres more the  Mowing"descriFed"Jands,*''situlte|
or less. „„,„ acres. 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence or less. _,_,____,_.,. on _the  Endaco  River,   Coast  District,|
D. D. McPHAJL._  /lMtjlm      _ Located this 13th day of June, A. D. n0rth 80 chains, to point of commence-
Agent for Lyman Hamlin  Gordon.     1907>
J«>  8th'   ,907- -— Jy27
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert
R. DAVIE.
A. A. McPHAIL, Agent.
, ,,Si,,-.,-.  ...     ,„  ,. „, NOTTCE  is hereby given that thirty
TAKE NOTTCE tb"t George W. Kent, dayg after date 1 intend to apply to the
nf Grand Forks, N. D., occupation, Jew- Honi chiof Commissioner of Lands and
.          .__. j>_.   An   annlv for   nermlssion   tO -Wnrli-a  fnr  n   lleonnn tn n-nannnt  tn- nnnl
ment, containing 640 acres more or less,
D. D. McPHAIL.
Agent for Charles J. Johnson.
July  6th,   1907. Jy27
B.  C:
Commencing at a post planted on thai
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
T\ i--   ~" "-*TTATT,.
Agent, for Paul W. Stahernw.
July Sth, 1907. -Ty27 left bank of fhe Endac0 River nbout 3-4l
—"— 7Z~  oI a mlle -from the Indian Reservation!
ALBERNI LAND TV«"^TCT. of Stella, Fraser Lake, and markede E.l
District of  Rupert. A B. N. E.; thence Ast. West 20 chains;!
TAKE NOTICE that Beniamin Bowers thence Ast. North 20 chains; thence Ast
of drum  -"n-.-. .-  * ,    ,      -.„      •* —-«=.  -  ^-u» -*.,„, _„....,_.  ..l   L,  Hershey, of St. Paul, Minn., occupation, West  20  chains;  thenee  Ast  south  40
oler   Intends to apply for permiss on lo Worka for a Ucence jo prospect for coal TAKE NOTICE that Edward Olsen, of Gentleman,   intends   to   apply   for  per- chains;   thence   Ast   east   40   chains;
nfrebase the following described land:    on tho following described lands: Grand  Forks,  N.  D.,  occupation,  Clerk,  mission  to purchase  the  following  de-  thence Ast. North 20 chains to point of
Commencing  at   a   pnst   planted   nt     Commencing at a post planted at the Intends to apply for permission to pur- scribed land:                                                commencement and containing about 120
northwest corner of Section J. Tnwnsnin northwest corner of the claim of E.  S. chase the following desoribed land:              Commencing   at   a   post   planted   at ac™*       T   . .  .. „ ,  .   ,..,
??■ thence east 80 chains: thence soutli   Topping,   being   about   four   miles   up Commencing at a post  planted south- southeast  corner  of  Section  11,  Town-      Fraser L,ake, May 1st, 1907.
^'chains- thence west M chains: thence skidega.te  Chuck   Creek,   on   the   north east corner of Section  9.  Township 35; ship  35;  thence west 80  chains; thence   _.„       •» A- Jii^.^-.   „.„„„-.
nnrth SO chains, to point of commence- glfle 0f skidegate Inlet, Graham Island, thence west 80 chains: thence north 80 north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains:  Jiine ii                Agent. J. A. HICKEY.
ment  containing 640 acres more or less. QUeen  Charlotte Islands  Group:  thence chains;   thence  east   80   chains;   thence  thence   south   80   chains,   to   point   of — — ———	
D. D. AfePHATL                north  80 chains,  east  80 chains,  south south 80 chains, to point of commence- commencement,    containing    640    acres
July Rth. 1907.
Agent for George W. Ke"t-      80 chains,  west'80 chains,  back'to the ment, containing 640 acres more or less,  more  or  less
ALBERNT LAND DISTRICT,
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE Hint George A. Lee, of
Winnlneg   Man.,   occupation.   Clerk,   Intends to apply for permission to pur-
&*£ tWUng described Ian
_    ..    *j*j    i_,.... ■,_..     „ca.    ou    .iiiiiii.-..    uuiii,    LU    LI1U
-'y-1'  place of commencement, containing 640
~  acres.
Located this 13th day of June, A. D.
1907.
GEO.   S. BROWN.
,Ty27 A. A. Mo'nTATL, Agent.
D. D.  McPHAIL,
Agent for Edward Olsen.
July   6th,  1907. Jy27
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that Earl L. Irysh, of
.   ,-,,  in-i.iw.i,.-     NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that  thirty Grand  Forks,  N. D.,  occupation,  Clerk,       -■-   „,-„.,.„,.,,„„    „„„„„otinn   -*.* . :••__.-—i;-?.."—*   '""■-   -">""-   ■"
Com™enc!ng at a'post planted at the days after date I Intend to apply to the Intends.to apply .for permission to pur- Donovau.^St.^Pauh Minn., occupation, chains to tti_e_ N.W. ^eornw post of see*
NOTICE Is hereby given that sixty,
„   _   ., r~-.-r days after date I Intend to apply to thd
D. D. McPHAIL. Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Agent for Benjamin Bowers Hershey. Works for permission to purchase th-3
July Sth, 1907. Jy27 following described  lands,  situated  otL
— the Nechaco River, Coast District, B.Cl
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. Commencing at a post placed on thJ
District of Rupert. right bank of the Nechaco River,  neal
„,   ,_    ,       „   R.M.C.'s S.E.  corner; and marked Wl
TAKE   NOTICE  that.. Christopher, C.  g„   N.B.;   thence  Ast.   west   about   if
Gentleman, Intends to apply for permis- tion  15;  thence Ast. south  80 chainsl
,?wo=t corner of Section 8, Townshln Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and chase the following described land: --—■--—--■;---» «,» tniin-_;in_- An_n-ih_A Z-—  —. I ". in"* _-.—•• .."  —»»"-.
southwest corner 01 oe                    norl). Workg        ft ,lcence t0 prospect for 00al     commencing  at  a  post   planted   at sion to purchase the following described thence Ast. east 80 chains; thence Ast,
™;„.hinS° thenco west 4n ehains; thence on the following described lands:             northeast corner of Section 4. Township ■'"",- "<>r<h "u""' *r> "'""- '" *"" -""" '	
„,,»h in chains- thence west 40 chains: Commencing at a post planted at the  35; thence west 80 chains: thence south
north about 45 chains to the right banlJ
Agen
July 6th, 1907.
,Ty27 north 80  chains,  west  80 chains,  south
   80 chains, east 80 chains, back to the
~~      ATBERNI LAND DISTRICT. place of commencement, containing 640
District of Rupert.
TAKE  NOTTCE   that   n    "-
of Victoria, B   C,  occupation. Prospec- 1907.
tnr   Intends to applv for permission  to
mKelas"t'-   following described   land:   Jy27
'commencing   at   a   post   planted   at	
southeast  corner  of  Section   24,  Town-      NOTICE  is hereby  given  that  thirty
July 6th, 1907.
acres.
c"hnil.     Located this 13th day of June, A. D.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE  NOTICE that  Martin  Edward
Brooks, of Grand Forks, N. D.. occupa-
Jv27 or less. May 13,  1907.
*                             D. D. McPHAIL. WM. SPRIGGS,
Agent for Christopher  C. Donovan. June 22              Agent,  J. A. HICKEY.
July  8th,  1907.                                 Jy27
DISTRICT OF CARIBOO.
TAKE NOTICE that John A.  McRal
..,„„,_.-„ .„   a„_..a. l „ ... ....  --       TAKE NOTICE that James Butler, of   ._..„_
S. R. McCLINTOCK        tlon,   Clerk,   intends   to  apply  for  per- Saskatoon,  Sask..  occupation  agent,  ln-  of Saskatoon, Sask., occupation real esl
A. A. McPHAIL, Aitent. mission   to   purchase the following de- tends  to  apply  for permission  to  pur-  tate,   intends   to   apply   for   permissiof
scribed land: chase the following described land:        to   purchase   the   following   describe!
Commencing   at   a   post   planted  at Commencing at a post planted at the land:                                                         I
«h¥nn86?Vthence"west""80"chains; thence days after date I intend to"apply to'tli'e southeast  corner  of Section   35.  Town- northwest corner of Sec. 34. Tp 2. R. 4,      Commencing at a post planted at th|
north 80 ch-lns:  thence east 80 chains: Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and ship  36; thence west  80 chains:  thence Poudrier Survey. Neehaeo Valley, thence  southwest corner of Sec. 17  Tp. 1   Rgf
thJnoe   south   SO   chains,   to   noint   of Works for a licence to prospect for coal north 80 chains; thenee east 80 chains; south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains:  4.   Pondrler   Survey,   . .echaco   Vallel
■'■"■"                                          640    acres on the following described lands:              thenee south 80 chains, to point of com- thence north 80 chains: thence west SO  thence east SO chains; thence north Si
Commencing at a post planted about mencement,  containing  640  acres  more ehains to point of commencement, and  ohains,   thence  west  80  chains;   thenof
■•    *•         ■•                 -            containing 640 aeres, more or less, and   soutn !>u cnains to point of commencd
helng Sec. 34, Tp 2, Range 4, Poudrier  ment,  and  containing  640  acres,   moil
tbence   south   -
commencement,    containing
more or less. ^   ^   McT1HATt       one mlle fronj the s0Qth s^ore 0f Skide- or less.
,Ty27  gate   Inlet,   opposite   the   old   Cowgltz
 mine,  Graham  Island,   Queen   Charlotte
ATRii-rvT T \ND DISTRICT Islands Group;  thence north  SO  chains,
•nUtrtet' of Runert oast   SO  ehains,   south   80  chains,   west
take  NOTTCE  that  Frank  R.   Fee-  SO   chains,  back  to   the   place of com-
July   8th,  1907.
D. D. McPHAIL.
Agent for Martin Edward Brooks.
July 7th, 190. Jy27
Survey.
May   25th,   1907.
June 29
JAMES BUTLER.
TAKE Vancouver. B. C. occupation, mencement, containing 640 acres,
SSmt inK°to apnl'y for a Special ..Located this 16th day of Jun,
Agent,   i',_m.p   over   Ahe   following   de-  1907
e, A. D.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Rupert.
TAKE     NOTICE     tl-
NOTICE is hereby given that, 60 days
nfter  date.   I   intend   to   apply  to   the
or less, and being Sec.  17, Tp. 1, R
Poudrier  Survey.
May  21st,   1907.
June 29 JOHN A. McRAE. I
timber  lice
s0^6 1-^Com'menolng at a post planted *Ty27
_  ~„„thwest corner of Annllcntlon  No. ——
R.  F.  TAYLOR.
A
m  COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 2.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Joseph  Buel
at southwest corner
NOTICE  is hereby
Wilde,   of   St.   Paul.   Minn.,   occupation,  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and _       .   _....,
.   ..  Gentleman, Intends to apply for permis- Works to occupation   lumbermai
. A. McPHATL, Agent, slon to purchase the following described  following   described   land   on   Porcher intend to apply for permission to pu
  ian(i- Island,   situated    at    the    entrance  of chase the following desoribed  land-
eby given  that  thirty      Commencing at   a   post    planted    at £-!"-S   5fy'^Co _™e„*2S'*?„s w'-n*-*1   P°!4 „,C?5.mfJ.PllVf at. the northwest corn-
1-   n*1"1'/? direol»onSfrom8headanof West days after date'V Intend' to"apply to'the southwest^corner of f«stlpn"'fi"vTown-i JJ),*ffeat   "A'
."Jl   Oimtslno   Sound:   thence
■*.r,V-   9UAU_,n_£ north   «"   el-,in
,,,  ,„.,,, ,.,    ,„„,,.. P.   Proctor's   N.W.   "cor- of Lot 628,"""Coast' DFrtriotTthence^'eal
east"lM Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands a'nd  snip""3fi; "thence  east  SO  chains:  thence ^"L™6"™!™"!^ it ?!1„aJnli _\_lnc_t.nort.-.   *° Chains, mof
thence Works for
on the foil
&riKKS nortli J
'VPstJinJ  of  commencement,   containing      Commencing
to  point  01   ■*£"     , __ southwest corner or tne clnim or u. F.  or
r,40 acres morp°p "-TcPHATL, Taylor,  being about one mile from the
,_»„t fnr Frank R   Feetham.      soutb shore of Skidegate Tnlet. opposltt
_V?iW -Ty27  the old   Cowglte  mine,   Graham   Island
July 9th, 1907
D. D.  McPHATL.
Agent for Edmond H. Wilde.
July 7th, 1907. Jy27
CHARLES W. ROSS. Locator. JOSEPH- rtti-u I
J.   Y.   WILSON,   Agent. Dated   this   18th   day   of  June    a'J
March 11th,  1907. JuneS  1007. June? THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907
NEW^S?K?S™R LAND DISTRICT   NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT      ™ ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
TiMK^^Wtt' t m a r9laMct ot New Westminster. ________ of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
be? C^o?%tawftthnccT,n».?nneTY,i.hS'  h_,TA,KE NOTICE that The Rideau Lum- „,TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,      April 23rd, 1907.
men   intend  tn ^w00?_S?,;i0^-»^SSbSr   ber Co., °f Ottawa, occupation Lumber-  of  Victoria,   B.C.,   occupation   lumber- A. B. WHITTENHAM,
"ense over the foT^nlflescrfS^tLL'  K,e.n,,<intend t0 "■*>»& for a sPe<=ial tim- £aVntends to apply for a special tim-   Jy20 W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
on Salmon Arm______}??___?■    "dS  _,%Ti}lc_?nae_fv<S ,the following describ-  S?„rHlloen8e over the following described   •
" CommeSotaTat 1 nOHt Sllrttart nn tho  w.lands:    0n Sal«on Arm, Eechelt In-  laS?„s:.    _, , COAST LAND DISTRICT,
east  smI KL'J0Sa'£.annth„„?Vhe letA~ . No. 7—Commencing at a post planted District of Coast, Range 1.
milM from thi moi?th^'A?m°thSnnI »aS0ra*1?encin_? ,at a *Post Planted on the ?°° 5haits w.est and 80 ohalns north ot TAKE NOTICE that we, the Vancou-
easl; 64ohSins* thSSna snuth 1 on' nh_?i\_l. it*,1 s.de41.0f Salm°n Arm, Sechelt Inlet, "J? ^^st corner of Lot 170, marked ver Timber & Trading Company, Llmit-
tiillnJ S?_~?sV._,m_?._?_l°utiL_?_??__--»La.Ina; and, at the northwest corner of T. L   J3- A- White? southeast corner post to ed, intends to apply for a special tim-
of commencement, containing 640 acres,  arm of Sidney Inlet: thence 40 chains
more or less. west;  thence 160 chains north;  thence
40 chains east; thence 160 chains south
to point of commencement.
Located by Jas. W. Jones and J. L.
Steele, Agents.
Dated June 29th, 1907.
July  13 LOUISE NOBLE.
DISTRICT OF SKEENA.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles Carlson, of Kitamaat, B.C., Timber Cruller,
ionUlJrto'iolSW'JmmmP^SS' S,!!!T, soutti'loThainsfthraSS No, 1r Cjalm^ t&ZSTl^M Chains" ber U_IZ_ ove7the foilowfnTde'scrib':
DatPrt fi?h TnFv  1QI17   00Inmencement. west 110 chains; thence north 50 chains, thence west 80 chains; thence south 80 ed lands:    ™, „...., ilmuel- ururl,,
uaiea t>tn juiy, 1907. to the shore line; thence easterly along °5a'"s- thence east 80 chains to point     Commencing at a post planted at the   Intend to apply for special licenses over
JV20   Agent for ghe^glumber Co. "W^lffi?1 °f °™"'* SffSRST* C°ntalnlnS 64° '— SSSrS^rM W ffib#«S5 Va^ &*«
^S^S^^SSSS^ »"   Agent for MgLmber Co. &*— * * ™* '      "   '  "   "       "	
TAKE NOTICE that The Rideau Lum-  NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT
ber   Co.,   Ottawa,   occupation,   Lumber- District of New Westrninster
Ple3„lntend.to applyfpr a special tim-      TAKE NOTICE that The Rideau Lum
_, ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
^^nt^pgrs^sjr^ fg_^x^*x$&g£s^ ^°asa over 9 followlng descrlbed ^s*
Mt,SNEo:   HES. M »«£  ^ZXFlt^^tiSt'n M^.^^"^^.'^^
west 100 chains; thence north 60 chains, two miles  distant and  in  an  easterly
more or less to shore, thence easterly direction from the mouth of We Wah
following shore line to point of com- Creek, Devastation Channel, Range IV
mencement. n,,.,.,.   .*,,•_....i„,   ,—,...,, ........... ...    .
Dated July 2nd, 1907.
VANCOUVER TIMBER &
TRADING CO., LTD.,
By C. O. P. OLTS, Agent.
COAST LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coast, Range 1.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Fred.   h.   Bos-
of the Post at Jhe  second N.E.   angle the east side of Salmon Arm near Five the northwest corner of Lot 170, marked
tin-nn   nnlth'inn    heieAh      ohalns; MllePoint; thence east 64 chains; thence  »?• A- White's southeast corner post to       -tr—i £'w_Si"-   "'-- .-"'**"--   •"•   ""■- -ooucn-wesr  corner-;   tnence  80  chains
Jn Phnln«.rtJ1h.J,n» ohalls;i0tnhe1oe. we_!t ?euth 10° onalns* thence west 64 chains;  No. 8 Claim," thence north 160 chains; worth of Seattle occupation accountant, east; thence 80 chains north; thence 80
ooint it oomZZnn°_\\.t   "°  ChainS  t0 thence nor,.th 10° onains to Point of com^  tl.ence west 40 chains; thence south 160  '"tends to apply for permission to pur- chains west; thence 80 chains so2th to
point ot commencement. mnnr-nmsnt                                                   chains; thence east 40 chains to point chase the   following   described   lands: point of commencement.
Coast District, marked "South-west corner"; thence 80 chains east; thence 80
chains north; thence 80 chains west;
thence 80 chains south to point of commencement.
No. 2.—Commencing at a post about
three miles distant and in an easterly
direction from the mouth of We Wah
Creek and adjoining No. 1, marked
"South-west  corner";   thence  80  chains
point of commencement,
June 27th, 1907.
D. MENZIES,
jy 20   Agent for The Rldeau Lumber Co,
mencement.
July 6th, 1907.
of commencement, containing 640 acres,
D. MENZIES,                   more or less,
jy 20   Agent for The Rldeau Lumber Co.  Jy20 E. A. WHITE.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that The Rideau Lum-
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound. District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White, TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
■her Cn   nt nt town   nnn,,'nntTnn'T~ _rc~"   ot Victoria, B.C., Occupation Lumber- 9f Victoria, B.C., occupation lumberman,
men   intend to Inolv? f nPri "snec^i' ™an- intends to apply for\ special tim- "tends  to apply for,a special  timber^
™Jr!in ____h_y_r*__?SS ll a ?feS ,    il" ber licence over No. 12: license   over   the   followine   descrlhed
3n"saKA?m°teeft W^ landS -.9?-™-^ ,aL a. **   Planted
60
Commencing at a post planted at the  '  No.  3 Commencing at a nost  ahnnt
hrtet^nThfn1^ ,662' t£opaz Har; four miI^Ts?a1?t and inaaP„° easterly
bor, thence north 20 chains; thence west direceitn  from  the mouth  of We Wah
40 chains; thence south 20 chains; thence greek;    and    adlbinihi-No   2    marked
east 40 chains to point of commence- "Southwest  corher"-" thenoa   80 Chains
ment, and containing 80 acres, more or east! thence 80i chains north; then?e 80
Dkte June 27th, 1907. gofritrt^hleHcSSent Cha'nS S°Uth t0
.„    _   .._.  FRED. L. BOSWORTH. No   4 —cSSmeSS at  a nost  nhnnt
license   over   the   following   described JV 20 By C. O. P. OLTS, Agent,  torn*\nd one-qZrte? mUea^iS at ^"^
lands:
  _ northeasterly direction  from  the  mouth  of
Commencinl   at   I   iost   nlknted   20 n^lhi w?st and 8" chains north of the     No. 9—Commencing at a post planted NOTICE is hereby given that sixty We Wah Creek   and   adjoining   No. 3*
■hains west of the N W   corae^- nost of 40rw^s^ 00Jne^"L1".170' mar*<* "B.  JL**11'?,? we,st and 80 chains north of days after date I Intend to apply to the  marked  "Southwest corner";   thence  80
L im- thence north 40 chiins- w W,_iUn. North West corner po»t to the northwest corner of Lot 170, marked Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and chains east; thence 80 chains north;
hence west 80 chains* thenee south lod N^i 12 .Clal.m- thence east about 60 "£. A. White s southwest corner post to Works for permission to purchase the thence 80 chains west; thence 80 chains
lialns- thencei east to linHf T Blair's Shnlns, to -lhore,of S- B. Arm; thence No- 9 Claim" thence north 160 chains; following described lands, situated on south to point of commencement.
no licationl No 2- thenoe nn?th «n5 S.J !oI1tOW1*Js ilhore '" a southerly direction thence east 40 chains; thence south 160 the Nechaco River, Coast District, B.C.: No. 6.—Commencing at a post about
Fong said line to noint of' onmme^I to h. l°_i tte?ce Teat ,80 chains; thence chains; thence west 40 chains, to point Commencing at a post planted on tho flve and one-quarter miles in a north-
long said line to point of commence- north 80 chains to point of commence- «>* commencement, containing 640 acres, right bank of the Nechaco River, in sec- easterly direction  from  the  mouth  of
lent,
June 27th, 1907.
D. MENZIES,
y 20   Agent for The Rideau Lumber Co.
ment, containing 640 acres, more or less, more or less.
Staked June  28th,  1907. Jy20
No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted
80 chains north and 240 chains west
of^ the S.W.  corner of L. 170, marked
E. A. WHITE.
section line between Sections 16 and 21,
thence Ast. north 40 chains; thence Ast
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Found.
••_,-   a   wi,,, -  "«    w    -.-..-—.-      TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,  wesT"46"chafn's7 thenc7'Ast."north~40
i A, .* Whlles s* E*_,?o,,r,,"e!_ ?ost to No. of Victoria,  B.C.,  occupation  lumber- chains to the N.W.  corner of Section
1 Claim,"; thence north 80 chains; thence man, intends to apply for a special tim- 21; thence Ast. east about 30 chains to
tion line between Sections 16 and 22 We Wah Creek and adjoining No 4
and marked R.M.C., S.E.; thence Ast. marked "Southwest corner"; thence 160
west about 55 chains to the 1-4 post on chains   east;   thence   40   chains   north*
thence 160 chains west; thence 40 chains
south  to point of commencement.
Staked June 13th,  1907.
CHAS.  CARLSON.
Kitamaat, B.C. July 13
RUPERT  LAND DISTRICT.
Mstrict  of  Klaskish  Inlet,  Vancouver
Island. . .       ... .      _ „_    _..„,„„ __„„   a...,a _.„„„. „„ .„,_.,,.  ...
TAKE NOTICE that Colin L. Camp- Xest 80 oha1".?- thence south 80 chains; ber licence over the following described the  right bank of the Nechaco River;
ell, of Victoria,  B.C., agent for Mc- irf1"^ eas.t 80 Jh-iins to point of com- lands: thence following said right bank down
     •      "' " "•- mencement, containing 640 acres, more     No. 10—Commencing at a post planted stream to point of commencement and    , ... ,   ,   -„ n■ ■  -,.--,.--,-,-;■---   ■•-•=-,
or less. 220 chains west and 80 chains north of containing about 260 acres   being more  °* Victoria, B.C., Capitalist, intends to
Staked June 26th, 1907. the northwest corner of Lot 170, marked funv described as  the S W    corner of aPP'y for a special timber licence over
No. 2—Commencing at a post planted ""    "    -""-"---  — •■        -    •-      " *   -*-■' "-- ■»-"—-■-- ■> „_,.__,
herson & Fullerton Bros, of Victoria,
,C, agents, intend to apply for a
fecial timber license over the follow-
lg described lands
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew Wright,
__   ,,_.-,.,-,,,..,,   .*,,,...,-   -   - ^    ^      'B.   A.   White's   southwest   corner   post Mention   22    the  S _-!     1-4 'nf  Rertlnn   21
No   2-Commencing at a post about  f.° c5a'"s north and 240 chains west, of to No. 10 Claim," thence north 80 chains; the West 1-2 and south  1-2 of the N
ne mile distant in a northerly direc- ^e__i,lY; c^nZ ot L- 170' maJked   B„-  ^.^ e^1 80 chal"s«,:n th^n.ce St0uth .8! w-  ■»"» ot Section 21, Township 1 W„
on from a larea islnnd In entrance to A- White's N. E.  corner post to No. 2  chains; thence west 80 chains to point R I N    --■*■" " "
•laskislTTnlet  on  tC nnrth  _____? n? Claim," thence south 80 chains; thence of commencement, containing 640 acres,
laskish   Inlet  on  the  north   shore  of
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains; more or less.
filet and marked Southeast No. 2, McP. Z_r»HVh.wi» S_t ^Z1
F •   thence   80   chains   west-   thonce thence east 80 chains to point of com-
) chkinseS§?thrthenaee"so Sns^stt ™"<*™"t. containing 640 acres more i
ience 80 chains south to point of com-
lencement.
July 2nd, 1907.
McPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.,
Per C. L. CAMPBELL. Agent.
____Z 20     June 22
or 12 Range V.
R. M. CARROTHERS,
Agent. J. A. HICKET.
less.
Staked June 26th, 1907.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
the following described lands:
No. 11.—Commencing at a post about
three miles north of Fisherman's Cove,
Ursula Channel, and marked "Andrew
Wright's northwest corner"; thence east
40 chains; thence south 160 chains;
thence west 40 chains; thence noeth 160
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days Ch&1on%|0_P^tm0efncitagtatSk post nlant
^daft^V.,aS,J? aS?lyTlSntdh,e Ha°nnd •> •»' tKeEHftSS ofWerSaSft
No. 3—Commencing at a post planted of Victoria, B.C., occupation lumber- £?•!£. S2.7--J5ISS •»_ .1 „„?X.._. ^W. Cove, Ursula Channel, and marked "An-
80 chains north and 320 chains west of man, intends to apply for a special tim- XSSSi-J 5JESSSSPi__J& p_fu5S55 « drew Wright's southwest corner; thence
the S. W. corner of L. 170, marked "E. ber licence over the following described ffi'PJJISSL-„ _i!,-. An. ?'™I»S. . •»?? east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
_■ -, _ . a a , a A- White's South West Corner post to lands: t_S_____?_?'??_ nnfi ni?i..j »!i .£ thence west 80 chains; thence south 80
No- ,J—P,°!_1I1\e"oil_S1 at a Post about No. 3 Claim," thence north 80 chains; No. 11—Commencing at a post planted ,.,??™Jnc„fct S-. p?st Planted on the chalns to po|nt of starting.
iei mile distant and in a northerly di- thence west 80 chains; thence south 80 140 chains west and 80 chafns north of J.*3" bank of the Nechaco River, about No ^.—Commencing at a post plantation from a large island in entrance chains; thence east 80 chains to point the northwest corner of Lot 170, marked nve miles below Fraser Lake, marked ed about slx mlles east o( the ^outh
> Klaskish Inlet; on north shore of In- 0f commencement, containing 640 acres, "E. A. White's southwest corner post to -^y,*-0;' ȣ-wi' V"!nce . t*.n t , . of Goat River and about 20 chains north
t-T,saIaP°sA mark„ed South West No. 1, more or less. No. 11 claim," thence north 80 chains; eha'"s, thence Ast. east 40 chains; of sailJ rlveri and markcd "Andrew
cP. & F.; thence 80 chains east; thence staked June 27th, 1907. thence east 80 chains; thence south 80 thencti Ast. north 20 chains, thence Ast. Wright's northwest corner"; thence east
I chains north; thence 80 chains west; No. 4—Commencing at a post planted chains; thence west 80 chains to point ea»t 40 chains, thence Ast. south 60 80 chalns; thence south 80 chains;
ience 80 chains south to point of com- go chains north and 320 chains west of of commencement, containing 640 acres, chains more or less to the left bank of thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
encement.                                                      the S.W. corner of L.  170, marked "E.  more or less.                                   July20     the   Nechaco   River,   thence   following chalns to point of starting.
July 2nd, 1907.
McPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.,
A. White's North East corner post," to
Claim No. 4,"  thence south  80 chains;
said left bank up stream to point  of
.     . _.„.       NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days 0OHmen,.c.eJne,1..t„?nd containing 400 acres.
Per C. L. CAMPBELL, Agent, thence west 80 chains; thence north 80 after date I intend to apply to the Hon.      May * '"'i-.™
No. 1—Buck Creek—Commencing at a chains; thence east 80 chains to point the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  .„_,.„, &- u- J»!™Jlii   A   mrw-r
>st one and one-half miles from mouth of commencement, containing 640 acres Works for a lease of the following fore- J»n8" Agenr, j. a. hivkjux.
_ Buck Creek, said post being marked more or less,
orth East No. 1, McP. & F.; thence 40  Jy 20
lains south;  thence  160  chains west;
ience   40   chains   north;   thence   160
tains east to point of commencement.
July 5th, 1907.
McPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.,
Per C. L. CAMPBELL, Agent,
ENOCH A. WHITE.
ANDREW WRIGHT,
July 13 CHAS.  CARLSON,  Agent.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that Theo. F. Myers.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
of Victoria, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for a special li-
shore  rights  for milling and  booming —.T_,mT„_ .    .      .       ,        ._..,.
purposes,  comprising whole of channel , NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that,  sixty ________ _,......,
between south shore of southeast arm of days  after  date,  I  intend  to  apply  to 0f    Des    Moines,    Iowa,    and    Andrew
Quatsino   Sound   and   Island   opposite the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wright, of Victoria. B.C.,  Capitalists,
Cyuse Creek, Rupert District, Quatsino YP_rka, fc"\ Permission  to purchase the intend to apply for a special timber li-
Sound. following described land, situated in the cence    over    the    following    described
Commencing   at a   post    planted on Skeena District:              _,*__,    ,. . _ lands:
Island directly across from Mouth  of Commencing at a. post planted about no. 15.—Commencing at a post plant-
l-jn  9_Pnmmnncin_r at a nnst nianted cence    over    the    following    described Cyuse   Creek,   thence   along   shore   of  60 chains in a southerly direction from ed at the southeast corner of Section
^so'utLSt^ooS If said ?Imit  which **ands: Island to Eastern extremity;  thence to Lot 11B, and about iy4 miles below Kit-  31,   Township   32,   and   marked   "Myers
southeast coiner of said limit, which      N    1_Commen(.ing at a post planted a point on shore directly south: thence  sllas Canj'on, on the left bank or east and Wright's southeast corner"; thence
Island to Eastern extremity;  thence to Lot 11IB, and about 1% miles below Kit-  31,   Township   32,   and   marked   "Myers
»  o..«t  nr tn»      •"«. .-— „ -. ~ ,— .  a point on shore directly south: thence sllas Canj'on, on the left bank or east and Wright's southeast corner"; thence
id nnat Koinl 220  chains west of the northwest cor-  following shore of Sound  to Month  of shore of the  Skeena River,  marked  T.  west 80 chains, north 80 chains, east 80
A*n?p   S,   _}•  ner of Lot 170, marked "E. A. White's  Cayuse Creek; thence across to post at J. S. s N.  E.  corner, running south 80  chains, south 80 chains to point of com-
•  thm_>i,   ifi'ii southeast corner post to No. 1 Claim,"  commencement. chains; thence west 40 chains to hank mencement,  and  containing  640  acres,
one and one-half miles east of the
outh of Buck Creek, said
arked  South East No.  '.
ience . 40   chains   north;   thence   160
lains  west;   thence  40  chains  south;
ence 160 chains east to point of com-
encement.
July Bth, 1907.
JcPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.,        __     ___
Per C. It. CAMPBELL, Agent. ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
|No. 1—Commencing at a post planted     District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
the Southeast corner of Timber Li- TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
Jits No. 8633, in the vicinity of Buck 0f victoria, B.C., occupation Lumber-
|-eek,   said   post   marked   McP.   &   F.  man, intends to apply for a special tim-
fhence north 80 chains; thence west 80      Staked  June  2B,  1907.
chains; thence south 80 chains;  thence Jy 20 CLAUDE A. WHITE.
east  80  chains  to  point  of  commence-
ment, containing 640 acres, moro or less.
Jy20 E. A. WHITE.
of  river;   thence  north  along  bank  of more or  less.
river  80 chains;  thence east  40 chnins
to point of commencement, containing
480 acres, more or less.
Located 30th April, 1907.
T.   J.   STEPHENS,
apply for a special timber licence over  more or less.
COAST DISTRICT.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
after date we intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and June 8
Works for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands:
,.„.,., .„_„  _„ _.,.,._„  ...         No. 9—Commencing at a post planted
uthwest corner; thence north 80 chains ber licence over the following described about  2  miles  east  of Draney's  Inlet  victoria    B.   C.
llowing   east   side   of   Timber   Limit lands: and about 1 mile south of creek empty-
33; thence east 80 chains, following No. 2—Commencing at a post planted ing into Draney's Inlet; thence south
utheast side of Timber Limit No. 240 chains west of the northwest cor- 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
34; thence south 80 chains; thence ner 0f Lot 170; marked "E. A. White's north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
st 80  chains to point of commence- northeast corner post to No.  2  Claim,"  to point  nf commencement.
int. thence south 80 chains; thence west 80      Staked May 18th, 1907. „„  „,..,,, „„„„ „,  „,.._„   „_ _,„,
July 3rd, 1907.    v, ,__,__.__.„. _„■      chains;  thence north 80 chains;  thence      No. 10—Commencing at a post planted  nev in]et River; thence 80 chains east;
CPHERSON& FULLERTON BROS.,    east  80  chains  to  point of  commence-  at northeast    corner    of    Claim No.  9;  thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains
Per C. L. CAMPBELL, Agent. ment, containing 640 acres, more or less,  thence south 80 chains; thence east 80  west;  thence  80  chains  south  to  point
No.  2—Commencing at a post at the jy 20                                 E. A. WHITE.      chains;  thence north  80  chains;  thence  of commencement
'■■" '    —  -•"  -"■—•»-—  T '—"  •**-'*'-•     •  west  80  chains to point  of commence
ment.
Staked May 18th, 1907.
No. 11—Commencing at a post planted
Dated July 2nd, 1907.
THEO. F. MYERS and
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
No. 16.—Commencing at a post plant-
Locator.  ed at  the  northeast  corner  of  Section
30,   Township   32,   and   marked   "Myers
and Wright's northeast corner";  thence
west  80  chains,  south  80  chains,   east
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Clayoquot. „,._,,.   .,„   .„„„..,.   ....,„„   ..„   ,,„..„,   ,,,,,
TAKE NOTICE that W. R. Wilby, of S0  chains, north  SO chains  to point of
Surveyor,   Intends   to commencement, and containing 640 acres
the following described lands:
No. 3.—Commencing at a post marked
"W. R. Wilby southwest corner," about
160 chains northwesterly of T. L. 653,
on west bank of northwest fork of Sid-
Dated July  2nd,  1907.
THEO. F. MYERS and
ANDREW WRIGHT.
July 13 Frank. G. Patterson, Agent.
lutheast corner of Timber Limit No.
■33 in the vicinity of Buck Creek, said
1st being marked northwest corner;
lence east 80 chains; thence south 80
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
Renfrew District.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew Wright,
Located June  29th,  1907, by Jas. W.  of Victoria, B.C., Capitalist, intends to
apply for a special timber licence over
the following described  lands:
No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of S. P.
Moody's Timber Limit No. 12,910, being about 3 miles north of Camp Bays
thence 80 chains west, 80 chains south,
Jones and J. L. Steele. Agents for
W.   RODGER   WILBY.
June 29th. 1907. July 13
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Clayoquot.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Mrs. M. J
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White, _.„..._    .....
lains;   thence  west  80  chains;   thence 0f   Victoria,   B.C.,   occupation   lumber- about on Creek emptying into Draneys
rth 80 chains to point of commence- man, Intends to apply for a special tim- Inlet about 2 miles from mouth and one
mt.                                                                ber licence over the following described mile north of corner posts of claims 9
jjuly 3rd, 1907.                                             lands: and 10; thence south 80 chains; thence
"cPHERSONfe FULLERTON BROS.,        No. 3—Commencing at a post planted east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;  wh|te   of victoria, Hotel-keeper, Intend  so chains east, 80 chains north to point
Per C. It. CAMPBELL, Agent.  J00 chains west of the northwest cor- thence west 80 chains to point of com-             '•                   .    ...   _......._   .,.      _
b. 3—Commencing at a post planted ner of Lot 170, marked "E. A. White's mencement.
e mile distant and in a southerly di- southeast corner post to No. 3 Claim," Staked May 17th, 1907.
ption   from   the  southeast  corner  of thence north 80 chains; thence west 80 No. 12—Commencing at a post planted
mber Limit No. 8633, said post being chains;  thence south  80 chains;  thence about  one  mile  east  of  Claim  No.   11,
arked   northwest   No.   4;   thence   80 east 80 cnains to point of commence- on south bank of Creek emptying into
lalns   east;   thence   80   chains   south;  ment, containing 640 acres more or less. ~          •    •  • *        -          .  •> _.,— t,
E. A. WHITE.
■ence 80 chains west; thence 80 chains jv 20
Irth to point of commencement, —	
■July Srd, 1907. ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
dcPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.,       District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
Por C. L. CAMPBELL, Agent. TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
to. 4—Commencing at a post one mile of Victoria, B.C., occupation lumber-
J_tant   and   in   a   southerly   direction  man. intends to apply for a special tim-
to  apply for a special  timber licence of commencement.
over the following described lands:— No.  2.—Commencing at a post plant-
No. 1.—Commencing at a post marked  ed   at   the   southeast   corner   of   S.   P.
"M.J.G.  White,  S. W.  cor.," adjoining Moody's   Timber  Limit  No.   12,910,   be-
Post No. 27 of T. L. 653, on the main   [ng about 3  miles north of Camp Bay;
. ... o-„i,_„-*_„„  arm of Sidney Inlet;  thence 40 chains  thence 80 chains east,  80 chains south,
Draney s Inlet, and about 3 miles from  eaat   thence 1(io chalns north; 40 chains   §0 chains west, 80 chains north to point
mouth;  thence south  80  chains,  thence  wegt   thence 1(i0 chains south to point  of commencement,
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains,  of commencement. No. 3.—Commencing at a post planted
thence west 80 chains to point of com- located by Jas. W. Jones and J. L. one mile south of the south-east corner of S. P. Moody's Timber Limit No.
12,910, being about 2 miles north of
Camp Bay; thence 80 chains west; 80
chains south, SO chains east,  80 chains
mstakednMay 17th, 1907. StDatedAJuneS'29tl,   1107
No. 13—Commencing at a post planted T ,-   ,j     MARGARETE J. G. WHITE
 _      ,.,...   _ __,       one mile south of Claim No. 12 at south-        -	
m South East corner of Timber Ll- ber licence over the following described  west corner of said claim; thence south TYroi-m-mm
t No.   8633,  said  post  being  marked  lands:                                                                80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence ALBHKNI IjAND tusxttiui.
uth   East   corner   No.   4;   thence   80      No. 4—Commencing at a post planted  north  80 chains; thence west 80 chains _.„_, KSi-.ti.   »*,..»».   -
ains   north;   thence   80   chains   west,  320  chains west of the northwest cor-  to point of commencement. 1AK El   N*ull i-*Jtn at  we,  jam es
llowing the south line of Timber Li- ner of Lot 170,  marked "E. A. White's      staked May 18th, 1907. JS^flJLJd   tn   ?nn_i fn    a \nnnl-il   12 910    being  about   -   miles
\ No.   8633;  thence  80  chains .south;  northeast corner post to. No. 4  Calm;;      No^-Commen^ng^t ^Postplanted --".Intend   to^apnly  ^special  g£. £ %,cn£f0   chalm
 ,„      ...-..,      .un...     9     mile.   f,_m Rer bed lands-—                                                         cnains  suuui,   av  - 11,1111*-   wu.-ti,
fence 80 chains east to point of com- thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 on
hneomont.
IJuly Srd, 1907.
McPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.,
Per C. L. CAMPBELL, Agent.
_.-*Jo. 5—Commencing at a post planted
le mlle distant and in a southerly
I-ectlon from the southeast corner of
Imber Limit No. 8633, said post being
Tirked  McP.  & F.
chains;  thence north  80 chains;  thence  Draney's    Inlet,    about    2    miles from  scribed lands:
north to point of commencement.
No. 4.—Commencing at a post planted one milo south of the southeast corner of S. P. Moody's Timber Limit No.
north  of
east,   80
SO chains
east SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or lesr
Jy 20  E. A. WHITE.
mouth and at northeast corner of Claim • <,,„„,„   u ..-
No.  11;   thence  east  80   chains;  thence  "Jas. W.  Jones  and  J.  L.  Steele.  S.E.
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains*  -"---•" -'-""■ '™ chain., nnrthwnstnriv
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement.
Staked May 17th, 1907.
No"Tb'—Commencing"at a post planted  nnrth; thence 160 chains east; thence 40  after date I Intend to apply tc1 the.Chief
Occupation "lumber": at southwestTrner of Claim No.P14 and chnins south to.poinlLof.commencement. OommjMtoiiW Of ^LandslAtrf Worksjor
Located by Jas. W.  Jones and  J.  L.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound,
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
North  East  No.  6;  of   Victoria,   B.C.,   occupation   lumber-   _. 	
nee 80 chains west; thenco 80 chains  man, intends to apply for a special tim- northwest corner of Claim No. 11; thence
th: thence 80 chains east; thence 80 her licence over the following described north 80 chains; west 80 chains; south Steele.
Ins north to point of commencement, lands: 80  chains;   east  80  chains  to  point  of      Dated June 30th. 1907..
iTuly Srd, 1907.                                               No. 5—Commencing' at a post planted commencement.
cPHERSON ft FULLERTON BROS.,    380 chains west of the northwest cor- Staked May 17th, 1907.
Per C. It, CAMPBELL, Agent,  ner of Lot 170, marked "E. A. White's No. 16—Commencing at a post planted
0. 6—Commencing at a post at the southeast corner post to No.  5  Claim," at southeast Claim No. 14 on Creek emp-
No. 5—Commencing at a nost marked north  to point of  commencement.
Jones  and  J.  L.  Steele.  S.E. Staked  June  10th,  «0'-T__
WW'i a6h5OSUto1n50theha^tnOhratnhirenBftetV,I July 13   Agent fof-AN^EvTwRIGHT.
SSM _*lV™uZ™% clX NOTICE_ls hereby given"that.60_days
No. 6.*
Jas. W.
JAR. W. JONES and
JAMES.  L.  STEELE.
Commencing at a pnst marked
Jones and  .Tns.  T,. Steel.  S.E.
permission to purchase the following
described lands, situated on the west
side of Porcher Island, southwest of
i'scless   Ray:
rnmmenclng at a post marked Albert
Adams' N.W. corner; thence south SO
chains;   thence  east   20   chains;   thence
No.  6—Commenc ng at a post at the southeast corner post to No.  6  Claim,-  at southeast uiaim| ino. 11 on urewi emp-    •-...-.   vv. ■""";•■""' " '"•   t*„;VhTO«atnr1v  north  to beach- thenco following beach
|,rth East corner of .Timber. Limit No.  thence north 80 chains; thence west 80  tying '"to Draney'^In et^ut JMnllej  enr^ ^bout  200 ^^^WMtortj;  north, to ^chMhenw^How^b-jeh
Is4 nt a pnst marked McP. & F., north  chains:  thence  south  80 chains;  thence  from   mouth
east  SO  chains  to  point  of  commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
E. A. WHITE.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound.
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,
of   Victoria,   B.C.,   occupation   lumber-
-Commoneing at a host planted  man. intends to apply fnr a spocial t.im*-
fcst  No.   6;   thence   80   chains   south,
Jin-r   east   line   of   Timber   Limit   No.
I'M;  thence  SO  chains  enst:  thence 80  Jy 20
lains north; thence 80 chains west to
lint of commencement.
|.TuIv  -ith.  1907.
IrcPHERRON K- FULLERTON BROS..
Per C. L. CAMPBELL, Agent.
|No. 7-
1th" So--*h F.nit corner nf Tlmher Lilt No.   8639.  said  post  being  marked lands:
luth West No. 7, McPherson & Fuller-      No. 6—Commencing at a post planted
Bros •  thence SO chnins north along  400   chains  west  of  the  northwest  cor-
|st   line   of   Tlmher   Limit   No.   8639;   nor of Lot  170,  marked "E. A.
lence 80 chains enst: thence SO chnins   northenst  corner nost  to No.
chains; north 80 chains; west 80 chains;
snuth SO chains to point of commencement.
Staked May 17th. 1907.
Dated this 15th July. 1907.
FRANK LAWRENCE and
Ty 20 E. R. CHANDLER.
ALBERT  ADAMS.
June R*   Per W. W. CLARKE. Locator.
nf northwest fork of Sidney Inlet River:   160  acres   more or less
thence 40 chnins north; thence 160 chains       April  23. _}___]_
west; thenee 10 chains south: thence 160
chnins enst to noint nf enmmeneement.
Located by .Tns. W. Jones and Jas. L.
Rtecln.
Dated June 30th.  1107.
JAR, W. JONES nnd
JAMES.  L.  STEELE.
NOTICE is hereby given tbat 60 days
her licence over the "following described  after date T Intend to apply .tothe Chief  JulylS
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase the following de-
snrihed land, sltunted on the west coast
White's  of Porcher Island: ;.*.•.
     ,,,      6  Claim."      Commencing nt n, post  marked  A. B.
luth'   thence  80  chnins  west  to  point thence south  80 chains; thence west 80  whittenham's   N.W.   corner,   following
commencement. chnins:   Ihence  nnrth   SO  chains;   thence   Christmas pre-emption line from his N.
iTnlv 4th   1907 enst   SO   chnins   tn   point   nf   commence-  E.    corner,    thence    south    so    enn ins.
IfePHBRSON ,1- FULLERTON RROR..     ment. containing G40 acres, more or less,   thence  enst  80  ohtl ns:   tnonce  north  Ml       ■,...
a\^'"jn P(!I.C __ CAMPBELL, Agent jv "0 E. A. WHITE.      chnins; thence west SO ehains to point   post No. 27 of T. L, 668, on the main
ALBERNT LAND DISTRICT.
nNMet of Clavonuot,
TAKE NOTTCE thnt T. Louise Noble,
of Victorin.  Housekeeper.  Intend  to applv for n sneclnl tlmher licence over the
following described lnnds:
Nn, 5.—Commencing nt a nost mnrked   to  point   of
T.oulse   Noble.   S.E.   onr.."   adjoining
TAKE NOTICE that D. C. McDonald,
of Alberni. B.C.. Intends to apply lo the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works, for special licence to cut nnd
carry awav Tlmher frnm the following
described lnnds, situated nt the hend of
Anderson Lake, Alberni District.
Commencing at a post planted ahout
40 chains north from the southeast corner of T. L. No. 11,728, running enst
80 chnins; thence north sn cbnlns; thence
west SO chains; thence south SO chnins,
ominenccnicnt.
Loented  June 13th.  1907    _„..„_
JulylS D, C. McDOMALD. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907
NOTICE  is hereby given  that thirty  40 chains south of the S.W.  oorner of White's N. W. corner post to Claim No. ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.            timber licence   over   the  following  de-
days after date 1 intend to apply to tne  t.  L.  13013,  marked  -Robert A.  Grier- 14";   then   running   160   chains     east; District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound,      scribed lands:
Hon. chu-f Coin.inlSBWner of Lands ana  SOn s   Northwest  corner  post  to  Claim thence    40    chains    south;    thence   160 TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White,      Commencing at a post planted about
Works for a licence to prospect ior coai  No .18"; thence south 40 chains; thence chains west; thence 40 chains north, to of Victoria, B. C, occupation, Lumber-  3V,   miles  east  of  Deep   Sea  Bluff,  at
on the following described lanus:             east 160 chains; thence north 40 chains; place of commencement. man, intends to apply for a special tim- southeast corner  of    Claim  No. 2,  on
Commencing at a post planted at tlie  thence west 160 chains, to point of com- Staked  June  17th,   1907. ber licence over the Hollowing described north shore of Tribune Channel; thence
southwest corner of the claim or j   a.  mencement. No. 15—Commencing at a post plant- lands:                                                           north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
Graham, being about three miles south      staked June 17th,  1907. ed 40 chains east and 280 chains south No. 1—Commencing at a post planted  thence  south  80 chains  to  shore   line:
of   the  south   shore  ot   skidegate   inlet,                       ■       -»     - *- -■._*.-. -   .-            ...                        ..     .       ...            .    .               .                       .
lut-u-jt* ouuui,   __   -..A......  ----'-  --   -—-.—-*-*- sons   iNonneasi.   uui-nei*   jiubi   au   i-iu.   ah   west xuv cnains, ineuue suuui tv -u_.in~,   posi 10 _so. l -jiaim ; mence nuri.11 auuut
north  SO  chains,  west  80   cliains,   oacK ciaim»; thence south 40 chains; thence thence east 160 chains; thence north 40 60 chains; thence east about 40 chains; EUGENE'R   CHANDLER,
to the place of commencement, contain- weg(. 16fl chains; thence north 40 chains;  chains,  to place o£  commencement.          thence south 20  chains;  thence east 70 gy prank G  Bellham   Agent
ing 640 acres.      . thence    east  160   chains,   to  point    of      Staked June 17th, 1907.                            chains;  thence south 80 chains;  thence juiv jgth  1S07      '                '         Jy27
Located this 15th day M June, A. u. commencement.                                                   No. 16—Commencing at a post planted west 30 chains; thence north 40 chains;                      '	
1907.                          ....wo.-it Located June 17th, 1907.                          40 chains east and 320 chains south of thence west 80 chains, to point of com- NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
J. KI_-.GH.AiU. No- 20—Commencing at a post planted the southeast corner of L. 170, marked mencement, being parts of Sec. 2-10 and after date I intend to apply to the Hon.
Jy27                      A. A. .       . 1 ■    - ■■■-'"" ,,0 chains south of the southwest corner  -"E"n"och"   -A'.   White's   N.  W.  corner n, Township 19. the  Chief Commissioner of  Lands  and
 ;—r Z TZ—that  ti-Mrtv of T. L. 13043, marked "Robert A. Grier- post to Claim No. 16"; then running 160      staked June 21st, 1907. Works for a special license to cut and!
NOTICE  is hereby  given tnat tmriy fjQn,g  Southeast  corner  post  to  No.   20  chains   east;   thence   40   chains  south;      No. 2—Commencing at a post planted carry away timber from  the  following
days after date I intend to appiy to tne cxalm": thence north 40 chains; thence thence 160 chains west; thence 40 chains 100. chains south and 120 chains east of described  land,     situated   on   Cracroft
Hon. Chief Commissioner or Lanos aim chains; thence south 40 chains;  north, to place of commencement.             the southwest corner of Lot 193, marked island,  Coast  District:                               j
Works for a licence to prospect ior cum .                t 160 chalnB  to polnt 0f com.      staked  June  17th,  1907.                       ■  "Robert A. Grieraon's Northwest corner Commencing at a post planted on or
on the following described lands. mencement                                                          No. 17—Commencing at a post planted post to No. 2  Claim";  thence south  80 about   30   chains   easterly  from   Sambo,
Commencing at a post planted at ine "'=>•*-          •                                                      40 chains east an(j 320 chains south of chains;   thpnce  east 140  chains; thence Point, Clio Channel, thence south about
southwest corner of the claim 01 J. a. Nn»1 .—Commencing at a post planted the   southeast  corner,   following blazed north 40 chains; thence west 110 chains; 40 chains to the northern boundary of
Graham,  being about three miles south .wt?*/;nnVhwSt corner of TL   13013  line    of    L.    170,    marked   "Enoch   A.  thence north  40 chains: thence west 30 _}. It. No. 7923; thence about 40 chains,
of the  south shore  of  Skidegate  uuet, ^ ?"°dB,V^,™ets\   Qrierson-s 'southeast White's N. E. corner post to Claim 17": chains, to point of commencement, being east;   thence  south   40   chains;    thence
opposite the old Cowgitz mine. Graham marked   Robert a,q person ssourneasi           running 160 chains west: thence 40 part of Sec. 35 and 36. Township 18. east  40  chains;  thence north  about  80
-rii_„-i   r\Mr.r.r. Charlotte Islands -uroup, corner  pubt   w  -w.   ____   ^ni.nu_.   i'^."1-*-  ____,__.__.    *°.   __%_*>.____*   mn   nhnino   onot-      <_n._,i _a  t. *»-_._*.   tnnn __v. _,»_.__ ±„ k«..k. *v._,««« «,„»*_,-i.. *•__■
Sland, Queen Charlotte Islanos uroup, ^Vwo chains* thence west 160 chains; chains south; thence 160 chains east; sta
W sT^a nV^t' 8"echai°ns?hte lt"so» tt:7h^°«t 160 **&£*** n°rth' t0 »laoe °f c°m" ^
E.9Iff. i.nnl nt enmmeneement. contain- chains, to point of commencement. me"=?.mfntT*   ,.  .„«   .on, ?cLcJ
„, the place o£ 'commencement, contain- ^i^^jP^t^^^   „„_
ENOCH A. WHITE,
Agent.
C. W. BLACKSTOCK. ROBERT   ANDREW  GRIERSON,
A. A. Mel-'HAIL, Agent.  .Ty27
ing 640 acres. _  _. ,   ,_,
Located this 15th day of June, A. D.
1907.
Jy27
NOTTCE  is hereby  given that thirty
Staked June 21st,  1907. chains to beach; thence westerly along
fo.  3—Commencing at a post planted  beach to point of commencement,  con-|
chains  south and 40 chains east of taining 6*10 acres, more or less.
Staked June 17th, 1907. the southwest corner of Lot 193, marked      Located May 23rd,  1907.
No. 18—Commencing at a post planted "Robert A. Grierson's Northwest corner P. J. A. GREEN.
40 chains east and 360 chains south of post to No.  3 Claim": thence south  SO  July 6	
--■i i.-i-si-x       the southeast corner of L. 170, marked chains:   thence enst   SO   chains;   thence ~
*       T nnnt'nr   "Enoch A. White's N. W. corner post to north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains, ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
 'J" Claim No. 18"; then running   160 chains to place of commencement, being Sec. 3,
att>t7-dwt t a-ntt-, -nT^TRTr-T- east; thence 40 chains south: thence 160 Township 19.
ALBERNI LAND DIM kill chains west; thence 40 chains north, to      Staked  June 21st,  1907.
District of Clayoquot.
•lavs after date I intend to anply to the District 01 uiayoquui. --,--„„- f .™meMement
Hon   Chief Commissioner of Lands and TAKE NOTICE that G. H Barnard, of pl|e^kfdX™ 17t™  1907.
Works for a licence to nrosnect for coal victoria, B. C„ occupation, Barrister, in-                    ■'-•'"       "-.**.
VI -ui uu    ~_f * 1      • i_ .. __i     1 „ „ A,,. _, __.'_         1       Jt_._.      __       nnnA   nl -Hnr-lV-nn.
tends  to   apply  for  a  special    timber
District of Clayoquot.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days!
-.in   a    nn^n,nnni, „* „ r,„„i* ^inntnA after date, I intend to apply to the Hon!
__it_^2rSSA ci.?ir,« LM Chief Commissioner of Lands and Workf
 -  . 60  Chains  south and   40  chains east  of f__  „   snecial  llppnce  to rut and  cam!
No. 19—Commencjng at a post planted the southwest corner of Lot 193. marked  a^aa timber   from   the   following   del
1 the following described lands: tends   to   apply   for   a   special    timoer ■        t     fl 360 chalns sout„  {ol. ..Robert A   Grierson's Northeast corner aCribed lands in Clavoouot District-
Commencing at a post planted about ]lcence   0Ver   the   following   described        ,     Ma_.efl „ne of the southeast cor- post to No. 4 Claim": thenco south 80     cfiL No   l-Sommencine at a
ree miles west of the Oil Works, on ,andg. ner of ^ n0 markefl "Enoch A. White's chains;   thence  west 80  chairs;  thence nwn!l nt  the heart  of Plnestem
three
posl
{heeenor'ih%ide- of "Skidegate    Inlet "-^Commencing at a post planted on ^£j£;£Sf%?(<_£%No^O-'-.'then Sortr'80L'Salns"then°ee SSt'SJ chaing ffiffe^t "knile)? ?_££*____?**
Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Islands the north sWe of the main tributary of runnlng  160 "chalnB  west;    thence    40 to place of commencement, being Sec. 4,  chains-  thenct wist 160 chains" thi
Group; thence east 80 chains, south 80 Margin Lake, about 163 chains from the  chail,s   south;  thence   160   chains   east; Township  19.                                                  cnains.  tnence wc.,i  n,u  cn.uns,  in
chatns, west 80 chains, north 80 chains, mou-t^ 0f said tributary, marked    G. H.  thence 40 chains r.orth, to place of com-      Staked June 21st, 1907.
back to the place of commencement, con- BaTnarfl-s s,W corner": thence 40 chains raeneeinent.                                                             ENOCH A. WHITE.
taining 640 aores. north: thence 160 chains east: thence 40      staked  June  17th,  1907.                                                                  Agent.
Located this 9th day of June,  A. D. chatns  south:  thence  160  chains  west,      No  20—Commencing at a post planted _     ROBERT ANDREW   GRIERSON,
1907.
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chains; thence west 160 chains;  thenci
north   to   shore;   thence   northeasterly
along shore to point of commencement
Located June 18th, 1907. I
Claim No. 2—All that portion of lanl
known   as   Nettle   Island,   in   Barklel
„     _TT to  point  of commencement. 40 chains east and 360 chains south of Jy27
F. M. SMITH. -r^p of location.  31st May. 1907. the southwest oorner of L. 170. marked  	
A. A. McPHATL, Agent. GEOPGE HANRY BARNARD. "Enoch A. White's S. E. corner post to           VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
 ";      .   ... , Tames W. Jones. J. L. Steele, Agents. Olnlm No. 20": then running 160 chains                   District of Renfrew. „     .....
E  Is hereby  gWen that thirty jy6 north; thence 40 chains west: thence 160      TAKE  NOTICE  thnt  the  B.  C.  Can- planted 10 chains east of the southeai
Locator. Sound, excepting thereout the area coij
'~~ ered by Indian Reserve.
Located June 19th,  1907.
Claim No.  3—Commencing at a posl
davs after date I Intend to apply to the
Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a licence to prospect for coal
on the following described lands*
CLAYOQUOT -LAVTi ^T=TrTCT,
District  nf  Alberni.  B.  C.
TAKE    NOTTCE    that   Percy    TXivtfl u
Commencing at a post planted at the ™,,j of Victoria, occupation. Timliev *fjft. 4—Commencing at a post planted merged land, with fishing rights:
irthwrst corner of the claim of K. M. «„,-! intends to apply for a special 50 chains n0rth of the southeast corner Commencing at a post planted
nith, being about three miles west or  ;.        • ,,      ce   over   the   following   de- ot  __t   170,   marked   "En"eh   \.  White's side the N.W. post of Foreshore
northwest
Smith, bel..„    -.-■
tbe   Oil Works,   on   the   north _ side
of timber  licen
scribed lands:
chnins south; thence 40 chains east, to ning   Co.,   Ltd.,   of   London.   Eng.,  and corner  of  Lease  No.   65;   thence  sou']
place of commencement. Victoria, B. C. Salmon Canners, etc., in- 20 chains; thence east 20 chains; then-1
Staked   June   17th,   1907. tend to apply for permission to lease the south 80 chains; thence east 50 chainl
L,".ic.5.Y emarke7 cmfwypar pu p following described foreshore and sub- thence north 120 chains; thence west
chains;  thence south  20 chains;  thenil
along- west  30 chains to point of commenc|
  .   _. Lease ment.
N. W. corner post to Claim Nn. 4": the"  No.   306;     thence    westerly   along    the      Located July 2nd, 1907.
running   150  cbalns    east:     thence   50 shore at hlghwater mark. 80 chains due      Claim No.  4—Comment     ._       .
chains  south:   thsnee  150  chains  west; west; thence south 120 chains seawards; planted  on  the east  shore of Robber!
Skidegate  Inlet.   Graham  Island. Queen             1(, g0Inmenclrig at a post planted running   150  cbalns    enst:     thence   50 shore nt hlghwater mark. 80 chains due Claim No.  4—Commencing at a poi
Charlotte  Islnnds   Group:   thence  nortn         ^:     northwest,   corner   of   Lot   623: chains  south:   thsnee  150  chains  west; west; thence south 120 chains seawards; planted  on  the east  shore of Robber
80    chains, east    80    chains, soutn    bu    *    -    - gast 12o chains: thence north SO thence 50 chatns north, to place of com- thence   easterly   on   a   line   with     the Island, Barkley Sound, near the nortlL
chains, west SO chains, back to the place    ...   thPnee  west   -10  ehnlns:   thence mencement.                                                     shore SO ohalns due east: thence north east corner of Section 13; thence wei
of commencement, containing 640 acres.         h -^ clia-ns; thence west 80 chains staked .Tune 15th, 1907.                            120 chains  to the point  of  commence- to   shore;   thence   along   the   northe-
Located  this  9th  day of June, A.  1J.  .    shore- thence along shore to place of _q0   _—Commencing at a post planted ment, and containing 960 acres more or shore  of  Robbers'   Island   to   point   *
1907.                                         ,                commencement,    containing    640    acres 40  chains  east and  80 ehains south of less. commencement.
R. B. MANSON.               JL'      or less the southeast corner of L. 170, marked             WILLIAM GEORGE-WAY, Located June 21st,  1907.
Jy27                     A. A. Me"HATL. Agent.      _ .    lsth  1907 "Enoch A. White's N. W. oorner pnst to As Agent for th.* B. C. Canning Co., T,ld Claim No.  5—Commencing at a poi
 . —;    ,   -      Wo  17—Commencing at a post planted -^]aim No. 7": then running 160 ehains      July 13th,  1907.                               Jv27 planted at the southwest corner of Se)
NOTT<--rc  is herehy  given   thnt .thirty A-     phnre an„ut one-hnlf mile nnrth   Past; thence 40 chains south: thence 160  "      "" ""  *     ' ""'   "-'
days after date I Intend to apply to the     '        ]lttlp WPst of the northwest cor- chains west: thence 40 chains north, tn
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami            - Ij0t 62S. thence enst 80 chains; piaCp 0f commencement.
Works for a licence to prospect for co.U th.nce n0rth 80 chains; thence west to staked June 16th, 1907.
on the following described^lands:^                        *               .._,.__,......_.-. ..i,„,.,  -»
Commenc'
northwest
Smith, bein
  tion 20; thence north to northwest col
CLAYOQUOT LAND DISTRICT ner 0' Section  483; tbence east to til
District of Alberni western boundary of Section SS; thenl
TAKE NOTTCE thnt Harry M   Trillin eaat  to tlle  western boundary of  Sep
th-   ^|
Skldegatt   -       , -    ,.
Chnrlotte T-ln"ds Group: thenee south
80 chains, west 80 chains, north 80
chains, east SO chains, back to the place
of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Located this  9th dny  of June, A. D.
1 907
• W. C. NELSON.
Jy27 A. A. McPHATL. Asent.
chains;  thence south  10  chains; thence „aLlm,           °?, °,f_ „^!,,ls0.n   Cr,3<>k   an'1 ino nnlnt Ann »n«t  nf  _t..M^ „ni„I
  east  5  chains;  thence  south   30 chnins: ",°™V  "        UmU«?8.7X t1J_'nC0 west S0 lheneePwest tn •nnl'nt nf enmm?neeme?l
 icm-t, .T<.rr_ -nr-a— »ence west 160 chains; thence north 40      *      thence  north SO  chains:  thence th?"cP®tpfle T,,ivPllth 01f„^mmencenie,f
WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-      ohalns   t0 p,ace 0f commencement. jast 80 chains: thence sonth 80 chains, nntefl   Tiilvyi7th    1007                      ■
TRICT. atniinA  tL. -iRth   1007 to point of commencement. _ Dated  July   17th,   19U7.	
NEW   ..  .
TRICT.
Coast District.
TAKE NOTICE that Eugene R. Chan-
Staked June 16th, 1907.
point of commencement. ,   „.,
*-.*.     r    _*, •        a ,    ,    a   _      July   16th.   1907. July 27
.No. 5-Commencing at a post planted      No, 2l_Commenclng at a post planted
WILLIAM J. SUTTON.
r-hn	
80  chains, west    f-0    chnins.  south    SO
ehnlns  onst SO chnins. back to the nlnee
of enmmeneement. cnntalnlng 640 acres.
T.ncated  tills   9th   day nf June, A.  D.
1907' I,. P. LOCH.
,Tv27 A. A. Me^T-TML. Ae-e
TAKE NOTra tnat:bw» «. ---- 40 chaIns east of ^ southeast corner ab'™t 5 chnins nort hof' the Inter^l VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT,
dier,   of  Vancouver,   B.C.-   occupation.                     marked "Enoch A. White's N. nf r ,i,0„  oil »L 1 iii.  !.*it,'T«ctlon District of Renfrew
 _________ Broker,  Intends to apply for a special w            •         .   .     claim  No   5"-   then        j?2;*°_ -j-reek and Limit 627; thence District or Kenrrew. .
H^Tthnt  thlrtv timber  licence   over  the   following   de- inning   155   chains    east-     thenbe   40 ??st 80 chain5A tl5en.ce north 12° ch"1,ls- TAKE NOTICE that Andrew Wrlglj
f'v™'h„;; B-thl scribed lands:                              t _    __    .  chains  south-   thence  155  chains west- ^eVce w,lst M cha!ns; tnPn™ R0"th SO of Victoria, B.C.,  Capitalist,  intends  L
ul tn nm-h  tn in-       i_             ..._ __ . ~,nntnA oi.n„.  enams  soutn.   unni.i   1....   cnains.west, chains;   th ence  west  40  chains;   thenco apply for a special timber licence ovf
the following described lands:
Claim No.  1—Commencing at a pc
planted about three miles wost of Get
ted  don  River,   and  one and  a half  mil
nr north   of   Bugaboo   Creek;    thence
3 chains north; 80 ehains west; 80 chaij
'•  south;   80  chains  east  to  the point
f  eommeneement.
Staked July Sth. 1907.
Clnim No.  3—Commencing at a pel
•stnwi  T„r,» isiv-   1107 No- 28~Commencing at a post planted planted three and a half miles wesfcf
Staked June loth, 1.107. at  tll0  southwest corner of Lot  10773-  Gordon River, and two and a half mil
 . No.  2—Commencing at a post planted thence east 80 chains:  thence south  S(i north of Bugaboo Cerek; thence 80 chfl
Ivnn   thnt  tbli-.lv  80 chains in a southerly direction along chains:   thence  west 80   chains-   thence north: 80 chains west; SO ehains soutj
Staked .Time 21st. 1 'M*    ,,_. „_
Tt;ttgE\tE  R   CHANDLER.
Bv Frank G. Bellham. Agent.
Julv  18th.   1907. JV27
,   . ,.    .. ..   .  , .   .    commencement.
chains south: thence SO chnins west, to      jujv  ___h   ■nn_
place of  commencement. ■■-     --    -'    '    '
NO-tt
a   , «. . Antn . ir,t*onri to nimlv to tbe shore line from southwest corner of L.
nt- ^ ChfeE 'cnmmssYnnVofT-^ds^nd  190,  marked  "Enoch  A   White's  N.  W.
 : ; ;.   .   ., , .    H    :    S._ -   C.   ,, nr.is.nect for coal  eorner post to Claim No. 2":  then run-
hereby given thnt   thirtv Works for a Hoenoe to nwsneet xoi i ehal 2Q
north 80 ohains, to point of commence-  and   SO  chains   east  to   point  of  co
dnvs nfter dnte I Intend to apnly to tli"  nn the
TTrin    r-V-lnf  Cnmi-nlss'nnf-r   nf T.--fls   nn-1        C-m
the followine described lnnds
menclng nt a pns
t plnnted nt tv-e chains;   thence  east   40   chains;   thence
south 40 chains; thence west 140 chains,
Works for a licence to m-nsneet for coal  -northwest onnier of^the clnim of Al^. line; "thence   northerly   along
on the following descrlhed lnnds: ^r^"s0",, *_$"!* n,   the nnH b sl-V of shore line to place of commencement,
rnrnmnneintr  at   a  nost   planted   two  p-p the nil v ---•- s.  n- tnejinr-cn •-_- _,.,..j ,.,.. im,   -in
ment.
July  11th,  1907.
All containing 640 acres more or less.
HARRY M. HTLLIR.
,Ty27 William J. Stone. Agent.
mencement.
Staked July 8th, 1907.
Claim No. 4—Commencing at a pel
planted about three and one-half ml]
went of Gordon River, and about tha
miles nnrth of Bugaboo Creek; thence|
chains north; SO chains east; SO cha
south; 80 chains west to point of co
mencement.
Staked July 9th, 1907.
Clnim No.   5—Commencing at a pi
COAST  LAND DISTRICT.
Coast Range 1.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas H, Taylor,   of   Vancouver,   B.   C,    occupation,
Land  Surveyor,  intends  to apply for a    ,        ,   , ,,,_..,
peclal timber licence over the following Planted three and a half miles west
described lands- Gordon River and three and a half mi
chains;  thence  south  30  chains; thence      Commencing   at a  post   planted    3'/.   "°S..0«nB^n=0,£^'%nt^,nnC1enC8(ln<;1
t   west 80 chains to shore line: then north- miles east nf Scott Cove. Gilford Island,  ?25thi»8ll,h°^'n^?sV„8L?«?lnnf
_____ erly along shore line to place of com-  at   the   southeast   corner   of     Lot   625:  nnfl „si„^fa r (
 —-——; ir,???"".,,.,,   th-,.,*,-  mencement. thence east 80 chnins:  thence north  SO  mencement. .
NOTICE  is hereby  WO'J'iFH      staked June 15th, 1907. chains;   thence west   80   chains;   thence      Claim No.  6—Commencing at  a pf
days after date I intend to app.y to tie     No   8—Commending at a post planted south  80  chains, to the point of com- P'a"tp'J about four and a half miles wj
Hon. Chiel  Commissioner of Lands and  i(] ,,,.„,„„ east and 120 chains BOuth of  mencement. of  Grclon  River, and  about  four  m1
-—    ■- AVorks for a licence to prospect for coai  t]__ southeast corner of L.  170, marked THOMAS H. TAYLOR.
NOTTCE  ls hereby  given  that  thirty on the following descilbcaianos. "Enoch A. White's N.W. corner post to      May 28th, 1907. Jy27
,Ty27
west SO cbnlns. nnrth SO chnins. back tn  1007.
the plnee of comnipncement.  containing
640 ncres.
Located this 10th day of June. A. D
1907.
ALEX. FERGUSON.
,Ty27 A. A. MPmT*'-TL.  V'P'it.
■p   R    -v-OTTvr-.
A. A. McPHATL, A"put
.;   ls hereby  given   that  thirty on the lOlWWing aesorioeu ™™, --Rnoch A. White's N.W.  corner post to
- dnte I intend to anply to the Commencing at a.post: p'anted aooui c]a(m Nn g,,. lhpn runnlnR ]fi0 6halns
f Commissioner of Lands and two miles west of the soutneast °ornei eagt; thence 40 chnins south: tbence 160
• a licence to prospect for coal  of the claim ol D  R. YOling, being iidoui    halns WPst; thence 40 chains north, to
  seven miles west oflthe Oil Works, on commencement.
the    north    Bide^ of    Skidegate    Inlet,     gM fl -        ln,    „„
Graham Islnnd, Queen Charlotte Islands     N    (,_Commencing at a
days after
Hon. Chief
Works for __
on the following described  lnnds
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of the claim of Alex.
north   of   Bugaboo   Creek;    thence
chains north; SO chains east; 80 chai
south  and   80  chains west  to  point^
commencement.
Staked July  9th,  1907.
Claim  No.  7—Commencing at  a pj|
planted  about   four  and  a  half
west of Gordon River; and four
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.
Coast District,
n nost nlnnted      TAKE NOricE tliat Eugene lt. Chan-
FeVguson.  being about live miles west Group;'thence'north SO chains   enst SO io'chafnsTast'aiidITo chain? south, tol- &6rO^„T6anTYoe\n^vCAr00n0U^«l,?nni .\aTf" ^11^;Vorth'o"f' Bugab6o" Cr"ej
of the Ol Works, on the north side of chains, south 80 chains, west SO chain*,, lowln_  biami  une  from   the  southenst  Sro?er' ,1,nt1nas  t0  aP.-?ly _;__ a  special thence SO chains north;  thenee 80 cl
Skidegate: Inlet   Graham   Tslnnd,  Queen  hack to the place of commencement, con-  ^  ^a'r;'   ,')„    l.-\{\<.T-'<<.hl li'._.er_,   ict-'',lce  over   the  following  de- west;   80   chains  south   and   SO   chai
Charlotte Islands Group; thenee north 80  taining  040  acres.                                         White's N.W. enrner post to Claim Nn. BCr,'°*V?;"?,Bi „,„„„,„,    , ^    ,     a eaSt. \° ,,10-Jn,t 0LPon?"1„,?.ncemont*
ohains  east 80 ohalns, south 80 ohains.      Located this 11th day of June, A. D.  9.   then08   running    160    chains   east;  , Commencing at a_post planted about Staked July 9th. 1907.
west  80   chains,   hack   to   the  plnce of  1907.                            r,,.,„                        tbence  40   chnins   south:    thence    100  1 «■ >,ml,s   eas„t „?h,    ee|* ,bt'a  •^lul?:-   on Claim No.  S—Commencing at a
eommeneement,  containing  610  acres.                             N. S. p-D-fAKj..^    .„„„,   chnins west; thence 40 chains north, to "ortl »''ol'-f °,L rribune Channel; thence planted about four and a half miles
Located tbis 10th day of June, A. D.  Jy27                      A. A. Mel HAIL, Agent.    ,nC(, of commencement.                              u?rth b0 chains; thence east 80 cliains; 0f Gordon  River,  and  five miles no
 — Stnked June  17th,  1907.                           thence   south   80  chains  to  shore   line; of Bugaboo    Creek;    thence     80
II. J. HEISTERMAN.         NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty     N    10_commoncing at a post planted JS,en0B yVR alo,?s sl]ul'e 1PJ °i Tribune north; SO chains east; 80 chains sou;
jy,7                    a. A. McPHAIL, Agent, days after,date__I_in_tetld to^apply to the 4„7haVns east a.ul 100 chains soutli of °}^!L8L^5?i_.to.?A0liIl__.:t ^SJ?1?: L°„<ihalns W03t to P°,nt of commeri
1907.
u«j«  ri__._.—:—       ii _   -ii   i .,„,i~   r.,A i    ■»"   -ciitiiiio   tasi   aim   iuu   unuiiia  shuiii   ul
Hon. Chief Commissionei ot Lands and te,_   soutlleast  end  of   L.   170,  marked
y Works for a licence to prospect for coal  „Enoch A White's N.W. cornei- po'st lo  '<*?,
'""   "      "" c Claim No. 10'"
aavs°afPer date^lntendto" apply to'tne on" the following described lands; claim No; 10„. then running ,0-Ohai..s
ail* ^fef a&lsnstonnaert0ofaDS -! -oggSSS^ni* A.'SS ^ItVt Si.'S? SSiS^ ^*! then°e 8°
Works for n. licence to prospect for coal fj,--™
on the following described lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted
orthwest corner of the olnlm
Ferguson,  being nbout  five  m..-.*-•   ,,..-, .   .
of the Oil Works, on tbe nnrth side of °J.„,cJial"„'
Skidognte Tnlet. Grnhnm Tslnnd, Queen
Charlotte Islands Group*, thence south
80 chains, west SO ehnlns. nnrth SO
chnins. enst So chnins. back tn the nlnpp
of enmmeneement. ennlplning 6*10 acres.
Located this 10th dav of June, A. D.
1907.
I i F. COLBOURNE,
SO  cliains north  lo
ir coal   ---"-"■" ••-,-"-, —.-•--   r-         ZZIii.n  «,r._.t  nf   c lains   eust     ineiiue   n-j   ei
coal Edgar   being about seven miles west of    la     o£ commencement.
nt the  the   Oil   Works,  on   the   north   side   of  " s   ,   fl  T        inh   19C„
M   a$XZ lAsQtS; 'Se Sh  ■   NO. 11-Commencing at
Le^rcUSs^irto^^ce     eC^eattStc^fo0fl 170, marke,
S«^e»MSU°^ ^res. "?nocli A. Wbite's N.W. corner pbst f
northwest corner of'the clnim of Alox. Skidegate
■ so
c-li
' oompenOTuwui, u««v~u«w »»» «~™.     •-•: - ■•  -■• .-„. -„-   - r nn|n„ leo'chalns i!,1Br,'   ul, van-Juuyer,   a   u„ occupation,  piantod about six and a half miles
Located this 11th day of June, A. D. ffiP-**^ «£&,"»™ggf. $$*$ Broker,    n ends to apply for a spooW of Gordon River, and four miles I.
or Aiex   ghar-iSfte fsiands   Group;   thence   north      No   11—Commencing at a post planted
lies  west ^ „,.„,.,„    „„=t   sn   ehnlns    snuth   SO  40 chains east nnd 200 chains south
the southeast corner of L.  170, mark
ns uler'   of   Vancouver,   B, C., occupation, planted about six and a half mlles
ning, and containing 640 acres more or  ment.
Staked  July 9th,  1907.
Staked June ISth, 1907. claim No.  9—Commencing at a rl
EUGENE R. CHANDLER,      planted about six and a half miles wl
By Frank G. Bellham, Agent.      0f Gordon  River,  and  four  miles  if
July 17th, 107. Jy27  north-westerly  direction  from  Bus "
 Creek; thence SO chains north; 80 chd
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-      east; SO chains south and SO chains v_
TRICT. to point of commencement.
Coast District. Staked Julv 10th. 1907.
TAKE  NOTICE that Eugene R. Chan-      Claim No. 10—Commencing at a
1907
Jy27
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
north   tn timber   licence   over   tho  following   de- northwesterly   direction   from   BugiD
1 scribed lands: Creek;  thence  80 chains north;  80 '
                      Commencing at a post planted  about west;   SO   chains   south   and   SO   chid
Wn'^i-)'   r-nmrnenpinn*"nV'n nnst nlnnted 2%   miles   east  of  Deep   Sea  Bluff,   at east to point of comn.■mcement.
•^JnV^SWfffWn^ttSuto? southeast   corner   of  Claim   No.   1    on Staked July 10th. 1907.
J   F   L   EMUBRY chains west; thence 40 chains
A. A. Mcl'HAIL, Agent, place of commencement,
.-•taked   lime  1 ith.   1907.
VICTORIA  LAND DTRTRTCT.
District of Rupert. Knthlenn Lnke.
District of Rupert, Quatsino Sound. lowing  blazed  line from  the  southeast n01?t.h |hore of Tribune Channel; thence      Ctalm No. 11.—Commencing at a
TAKE NOTICE that Enoch A. White, corneF  of   L.   170,   marked   "Enoch   A. north 80 chains; thence east 80 cha ns;  planted about one milo in a north-wll
        of Victoria, B.  C,  occupation,  Lumber- white's N.W. corner post to Claim Nn. 'hence  south   80  chains  to  shore   Ine;  erly dIrection^ from the mouth of Bif
TAKE NOTTCE thnt Enncb A. White,  man. Intends to apply for a special tim- 12";   then   running    east    160    chains; thence west 80 chains along shore line boo Cieek, thence north SO chains    L
•of Victoria. B.  C,  occupation.  Lumber- ber licence over the following described thence smith 40 chains: thence west 160 of Tribune Channel, to point of begin-  80 chains, south 80 chains and west|
man, Intends to apply for a special tim- lands: chains: thenct north 40 chains, to place ning, and containing 640 acres more or  *-»»"<> A^ffi, commencement,
lier licence over the fnllowing described      No. 13—Commencing at a post planted 0f commencement. less.                                                                      ' ''"' " J""   '"•"'
lands- at the soutliwest corner of T. L. 14012, Staked  .nine 17th.  1907.
jjo  17—Commencing at n pnst plnnted marked   "Cla irte   A.   White's   Southeast Commencing at a post plnnted
nt the southwest corner of T. L. 13013. corner post to  Claim B": thence  north 40 chnins east and 210 chains south of
mnrked   "Robert   A.   Grierson's   North- 120    chains;    thence    west    60    chains; "Enoch A. White's N.E. corner post to
(vest   corner   post   to    No.   17    Clnim": thence south 120 chnins: thence east 00 Claim No. 13"; then running 160 chains
ihence south 40 chnins: thence enst 160 chnins,  to place of commencement. west;   thence   40   chains   south:   thence
ehnlns-   thence  nnrth  40  chnins:  Ihence Staked June 13, 1907. 160 chains east; thence 40 cbalns nortb,
\\"n_t inn ehains   to point of commence- No. 14—Commencing at a post planted to place of commencement.
m»n.         cna'ns' lu ' 40 chains enst and 280 chains south, fol- Staked .lune 17th, 1907.
sfnifix.   Tune  17th    1907. lowing  blazed  line  from  the  southeast
jjr..18—Commencing at a post planted corner   ot   L.   170,   marked   "Enoch    A.
Staked June 18th, 1907.
EUGENE   R.   CHANDLER.,
By Frank G. Bellham. Agent.
July  18th, 1907. Jy27
July 27
ANDREW WRIGHT,
E. SENFT, Agen
NELSON,  B.   C—Improved
unimproved     City     Propl
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS*
TRTCT
Coast District.
take nottce that Eugene R. Chan- Real Estate and General Agent,
handled on commission.   F. B.
1
CLAUDE A. WHITE. Locator.      (Tier,   of   Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation.   n ,      c.    XT ,,„_   D   n
ENOCH A. WHITE. Agent.    Jy27 Broker,  intends  to  npply for  a  special   Baker St., Nelson, a.   _. THE WEEK, SATURDAY AUGUST io  1907.
The Lumber Trust
As It Affects British Columbia.
By PIONEER.
[While The Week does not agree
rith much that "Pioneer" says, his
■ontribution to the discussion of an
important topic is of sufficient value
lo justify publication.—Ed. Week.]
The citizens of Victoria at the present time view with considerable apprehension the prohibitive cost of
.uilding. It is generally felt amongst
[he well-informed that the authorities
[hrough fear of causing a permanent
Injury to the capital city of the Province are closing their eyes to a condition of affairs which at any time
lay set back its commercial activity
|or many years to come.
There is, it is felt, a combine of a
lecret  character  in  the  Lumber  In-
lustry, which is paralyzing the efforts
|f those who are striving to promote
ie commercial prosperity of Victoria.
In order to control this monopoly
ie present government would openly
lave to admit in a free discussion the
cistence of a state of affairs which
Jould by virtue of such admission be
Iroductive of harm.   The result of a
loyal Commission appointed to collet evidence bearing upon the ques-
lon of the existence of a secret un-
[erstanding against public policy on
lie part of members of the lumber
Jade is shortly expected to be pub-
Ished in the form  of a blue  book.
Infortunately it is to be feared that
he  result  of  the  searching  enquiry
If this    Commission   into   the inner
forking of the lumber industry will
lid in vague generalisations and tru-
(ms of the usual parliamentary charter.    It is commonly thought that
je attention of the Government will
drawn to the fact that "the indtts-
|y itself has practically been on only
two years trial," "that the railways
|ive been unprepared for so rapid a
jvelopment taking place  in  such  a
tart space of time," "that there has
ten a scarcity of labour," "that it is
jieaper  to  provide  for the  require-
[ents of an export trade than for a
>me trade" and so forth.
lOn the other hand it is thought that
le Royal Commission may deem it
jcessary "to advise the Government
certain  abuses" which will  serve
|e purpose of bearing witness to the
trching nature of the enquiries dur-
the sitting   of the   Commission,
ley may for instance suggest that
|ie Government has been too gen-
)us in the  granting of  timber  li-
tises at a    merely    nominal figure,
filiations may be made and shown
prove that "the present rates might
^ily be raised even without affect-
the existing prices in the lumber
Irket."      "That,"  moreover,  "there
[undoubted evidence of a widespread
apparent system of 'wild cat' pro-
feitions."     "That   men   of   capital
[dy   and   willing   to   develope   the
mtry hold aloof through having so
Iny   worthless    limits    offered   to
Im."   This may be true in a sense,
may the statement which may also
[made that these "men have sought
timber limits elsewhere." Suggest-
ks  may  appear  in  the   report  "to
feure 'cruising' being made and re-
Med as to the nature and approx-
Ue  quantities  of workable  timber
jthe lands staked and applied for."
Ingestions may also bc set forth to
lvent a wilful avoidance of the li-
|ce due to the Government on the
ted limits.   It is known that over
over again  unscrupulous  timber
as "speculative jobbers have the
ie limits staked and restaked with-
paying  the   licence   due   to   the
(-ernment" through hiring paid men
parry out this part of the systema-
]business for them until they can
let a deal—fresh men are employed
each restaking and as a matter
:ourse there will be a reiteration
[the change of extravagance.
li   some   such  manner  the   Royal
amission may be able to present a
fair case without touching the
real point at issue. The abuse of
monopoly of power by certain capitalists who have coerced the lumber
industry to enter into an injurious
combination.
The suggestions of the Commission
it is felt will in fact amount to this,
that a Royal Commission has sat and
reported that it has accumulated a
vast amount of evidence but that it
has failed to prove the object of its
sitting.
There seems to be an opinion that
the Commission is dealing with a
young country which has rivals in
every part of the world who are trying to induce settlers to come to
their shores. Therefore, it is to be
feared that the result of the enquiry
will not be a frank avowal of the
existing state of things for fear that
future settlers might in consequence
be afraid of casting in their lot. with
the young colony of British Columbia.
The ordinary daily press in a small
community consider that they truly
serve the public interest by closing
their eyes to the present state of
things. They consider that it is of
more importance to keep the obvious
fact of the causes of the exorbitant
high prices well in the background
than to publish them.
Their view of the question is this,
they represent the interests of the inhabitants, which is or ought to be a
truism if the inhabitants are faithfully represented by the public daily
press without considerations of any
ulterior motive. From this standpoint
they consider that the interests of
the inhabitants, the trades, industries,
commerce, hotels and real estate businesses might be injuriously affected
were they to lay bare the condition
of affairs at present existing in this
city. They seem to consider that it
would be injurious to the residential
community in their various enterprises to draw attention to the fact
that the cost of living in.Victoria is
so unduly high that men with an
income of $15,000 a year complain
that with all this income and expenditure they are unable to enjoy the
pleasures of extensive hospitality, or
even the moderate gratification of
the luxuries of an independent life in
the city of Victoria, Men in this
position seeing little prospect of an
immediate alteration in the present
condition of affairs are moving, and
are inclined to move, elsewhere. One
resident of the Province of many
years' standing has recently determined to go to the Old Country
where, as he says, "for forty per cent,
less expenditure I can enjoy fifty per
cent, more solid pleasure in life."
The newspapers which from day to
day are able to gauge this feeling
on the part of the residents consider
that they cannot give vent to the
cause of the evil for fear of creating
a worse evil. They consider, and
from one point of view with some justification, that the city has incurred
a vast expenditure in endeavoring to
attract the attention of the world to
Victoria as an unrivalled residential
city, in scenery and in climate, and
that as a vast amount of capital has
been laid out to make the city known
as a great tourist centre renowned all
over the Pacific Coast, it would be
fatal to strike in a spirited and a manly way at the root of the present evil.
In other words, they are afraid not
only of hindering the development of
the city itself, but, and this is one
of the roots of the whole question,
they are afraid of treading on the
corns of capitalists who have been
the direct cause of the advertisements
of the city when being sent to friends
in the Old Country and other parts
being "scored" inorder to show that
though it is true to state that the city
and the island has charms peculiar
to itself, yet under present conditions
it  is  not  a  desirable  place  of  resi
dence for two reasons,— high cost of
living and lack of opening for employment in the city itself.
For the guidance of the reader it
should be mentioned that the substance of this article is based upon
the matured experience of a thinker
who first became acquainted with the
Province of British Columbia eighteen
years ago, he is also a man who when
he travelled throughout the Province
has been sought and consulted by the
leading officials of the respective Governments of the day, as to the state
of the country through which he had
been travelling. After careful consideration, combined with weighty
testimony, derived from experienced
and influential men, he is convinced
that there does exist a grave cause
for anxiety for the future of Victoria
on account of the present action of a
number of capitalists who are deliberately controlling the lumber industry of British Columbia in such a
manner as to hinder not only the development of Victoria but of many
of the other cities of the Province.
There is an urgent necessity for the
development, and the increase of the
population, of the city, or greater accommodation for the influx of the new
inhabitants constantly arriving in Victoria. Yet it has been ascertained
that under existing circumstances only
the wealthiest of the new arrivals can
see their way to take up their residences in new homes here. In the
opinion of one contractor this is an
advantage for they can go elsewhere
further up country and so be the
means of developing the country districts of the Island; his point of view
must not be altogether lost sight of.
It must be remembered that it has
been officially stated that the expenses
of building materials and contractors'
charges are so exorbitant as actually
to prevent building operations for
school purposes being carried through
in their entirety. Some contractors
set this down to the lumber trade.
Others who are what may be termed
"speculative contractors," state that
the real estate men have so raised the
prices of land that it does not pay
to build. Be this as it may, one fact
is absolutely certaih; which is that
a great number of desirable residents
have actually been driven away from
Victoria as a place of residence. It
must be considered that this affects
the development and the increase of
the population of the city. It is also
true to state that in a proportionate
measure it retards the accumulation
of its financial resources.
The result of investigation has
proved the erroneousness of the theory, popularly held, that the high
price of the commodities of life in
this city at the present time are due
to the fact that wages are high.
Prices go up when wages arc not proportionately increased. An official enquiry would show that wages have
not been proportionately increased, as
in the late tram-car dispute and in
other branches there has been no increase at all. In the lumber trade it
is true to state that wages arc high,
although it is not true to assert that
because wages arc high lumber prices
are correspondingly high. In fact the
reverse of the proposition is the true
one; the men successfully obtain a
little rise after lumber prices have
been repeatedly raised. Yet the lumber trade is responsible for high prices
all round. The ordinary workers of
the country must have a living wage.
This is necessarily high because there
does exist a tacit understanding
amongst the lumbermen of thc Province to preserve thc present exorbitant rates for lumber. By this means
they limit its output, in order to prevent any fall in price. In other words
the only country in the world which,
in the opinion of experts, will in the
near future become the main source
of the world's lumber supply is at
the present moment, the very country
which is being wilfully held up
through capitalists endeavoring to
maintain unduly high prices in the
lumber market. Only the other day,
however, a millionaire who was visiting the Province, happened to come
into contact with thc leaders of industry and amongst others with a
prominent lumberman up country. Hc
was   somewhat   surprised   when   lie
learned the prices which the firm
were paying for provisions for their
men. He stated what he thought to
the lumber capitalist, who explained
that such a detail was not worth consideration when the huge profits of
the lumber industry were to be reckoned "we do not mind what price we
pay for food," he said, "as long as
we can get present prices for lumber."
It has been thought by some that
the men themselves receive too high
a rate of wage to enable the industry to declare a fair return on invested capital. To a certain extent this
may be true. Because to thc small
capitalist the lumber industry only
furnishes a small return on invested
capital. In fact in these small enterprises capital is almost unproductive
except in certain cases where a monopoly of some local market is secured
by virtue of the lumber being on the
spot. The profits do not as a rule
allow for expansion nor for the introduction of up-to-date machinery in
the logging camps. In short, the
small lumbermen cannot compete with
the gigantic operations of the lumber
capitalists in the open market.
These men are, as is well known,
operating in timber limits on a very
extensive scale. Their appliances and
machinery are of the latest type and
in themselves are great labour savers.
Log railways intersect their properties at every angle and in every direction. The amount of timber cut
down and prepared for the market is
even now when the industry is only
in its infancy in British Columbia, enormous. The supply of raw material
is ready to hand in unlimited quantities. It can be and is shipped to
all parts of the Dominion and its expert trade constitutes no inconsiderable a factor in the world's lumber
trade.
Dantzic timber is still in the markets of Europe, but the source of
supply will in another generation or
two be insufficient for home consumption. Moreover Norway and Sweden
are also gradually falling out of the
world's markets. France is not a
timber country. America is commencing to experience a rising difficulty to
supply its own enormous demand.
Eastern Canadian timber is also being played out. Australia to a certain degree for a certain class of hard
woods is a timber country. Mexico
can supply fine woods and so may one
or two other countries furnish rare
kinds of wood for special purposes,
but it is to British Columbia that the
world of thc future will have to turn
for the source of supply for all general purpose wood.
Even now the C. P. R. with their
huge manufacturing shops, with their
rolling stock, experience considerable
difficulty in keeping up with providing
transport facilities to meet the requirements of thc rapidly increasing
lumber traffic along its main line of
communications. Yet the chief cities
of British Columbia, situated in the
very heart of the lumber industry
with the raw materials of the industry almost towering over and shading
the light of the sun from shining
upon their streets cannot obtain lumber for their buildings except at exorbitant prices! The bright future of
many a rising city is in this manner
overshadowed. Thc capitalists of the
lumber industry havc banded themselves together to defeat the energetic action of thc powers that be
to develope thc cities nf the Province.
Development in building and thc expansion of trade is being seriously affected by their action. Capital has to
seek for sources of investment outside the Province. That development
is checked as may be seen by the expressed opinion of one of the leading
architects in this city. This authority
states that the amount of building carried out in Victoria would be four
times as great as it is now if prices
were moderate. That many people
who are ready to build and who have
the means to build, are waiting for
the time when lumber and building
materials will be within thc range of
men with a moderate amount of capital. This opinion is borne out by the
official utterances of the architect to
the Victoria School Board, as well as
by an experienced contractor in this
city.    Another contractor is of opin
ion that Victoria is going to see a
further increase in prices. Yet there
must be a great fall in prices before
men of limited means will build. A
contractor has stated there are a number of thrifty tradesmen who would
be able to build their own homes were
prices more moderate all round in
Victoria.
It is, therefore, considered unjust
to a people who are subject to all the
hardships of a highly protective tariff
that they should be deprived of the
benefit of thei rown natural resources
—the lumber of the Province.
The people are awakening to the
fact that this state of affairs must
not be allowed to continue. They are
already aware that it is possible to
obtain the lumber of British Columbia
at a cheaper price in a foreign market than it is possible to obtain it
in the home market, even when
freight and transportation dues are included. They are beginning to realise that the present high prices are
in a measure due to their own lethargy in having submitted to the extortionate demands of thc lumbermen. It
is admiticd that it takes time for a
community as a whole to grasp great
changes when they occur in a limited
space of time in financial or commercial undertakings. But it has now
become generally known that although it is a fact that the lumbermen two years ago were on the verge
of bankruptcy yet it is equally true
that at the present time some of these
selfsame men are in the ranks of the
wealthiest men in the community.
The lumber capitalists as a body are
producing wealth at an enormous rate,
in fact at such a rate as to be out
of all proportion to the good of the
community, of the commonwealth itself.
Capital, it is granted, for the good
of the country must be fairly remunerative, and to a limited extent it
may be said the more rapid its accumulation the greater will be the tide
of prosperity which will sweep over
a province through the lucrative employment of capital in prosperous industries. When, however, the rate of
interest in essential industries can be
raised so high as to curtail thc standard of comfort in the community,
then thc country itself no longer benefits as a whole by those particular industries. This is the case wherever
monopolies evist in trade. Such monopolies are undoubtedly against the
true object of legitimate trading in
iiny community, which is to make A
country truly prosperous in every section of its corporate life. The curse
01 a monopoly is that it is apt to impoverish. This is seen even by the
most superficial observer in a young
country. Such a monopoly undoubtedly exists in the lumber industry. The
interest demanded from the public by
the capitalists of the lumber industry
has become in a true sense of the
word an usurious rate of interest. It
must be remembered that this rate is
demanded from the people for the
use of the natural resources of the
country.
Lumber is a raw material of commerce. It might justly be said to be
the essential raw material of commerce which enters into every branch
of thc nation's life. At least is is
so in British Columbia in a different
sense to the Old Country. The people
are feeling that they arc being deprived nf this raw material through
the worst form --f taxation on raw
material. Thc prices demanded by
the lumber capitalists being out of
all proportion to the primary cost of
the article itself, and to the cost of
preparing it ns a raw material for the
home market.
The public have been led to believe that thc present high prices in
the lumber market was due to the
scarcity of labour. This, however, is
not the case. Even in the city itself
contractors experience little difficulty
in obtaining the labour which they require. This was definitely stated in
thc first week of August. The difficulty does not lie in this direction.
Moreover, a leading lumberman near
the city is known to be paying his
men, 25 cents, 50 cents and even 75
cents a day less wage than other lumbermen  up thc islnnd, and consider-
(Continued on Page Fourteen) IO
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907.
Visit to a Lumber Camp.
(Continued from Page Seven)
tunity of thanking the foreman of
The Gulf Lumber Company for his
kindness in permitting me to go over
the mills at Sidney, and for allowing
me to take some of the photographs
reproduced herewith.
OLLA PODRIDA
sloping platform inside the mill by means
of powerful hooks, which are fastened
into an endless chain operated by one of
the employees within. Every log, before
it comes into the mill, is carefully measured in order to ascertain the number of
feet of lumber it will cut up into, and
when the logs are purchased by the mill
from some outside source, this scaling Dr. Temple's Mistake.
is doubly necessary in order to settle The late Archbishop of Canterbury,
the price as between one logger and the Dr. Temple, was once called upon to
saw-mill. We have now got what was officiate at a Society wedding, and
once a tree all ready for the cutting up promised to propose the health of the
process, and it is an intensely interesting bride at the breakfast. A few min-
sight to watch the circular saw rending utes after they were seated, the Arch-
its way through these huge blocks of bishop rose.
timber. When the log is brought from "Ladies and gentlemen," he began,
the skidway on to the platform inside "I must claim your indulgence for
the mill it is levered down on to a large proposing this toast now instead of
carriage which runs on rails parallel to later, but, as you know, I am an old
the saw itself, and all that it is necessary man, and one of my legs has been
to do is to fasten the log on to this car- giving me trouble lately and cause
riage and then, by means of a levering for grave anxiety; you will excuse me
device, operated by one of the men stand- leaving you when I tell you I have
ing on the carriage, to adjust its surface been pinching my knee for the last
to the saw that the requisite thickness is five minutes, and cannot find any sen-
cut away.   It is the duty of the sawyer sation there at all "
to set these dimensions and he is re-    "Pardon    me,"    interrupted    the
sponsible for the way in which the timber Duchess of , who sat at his right,
is initially converted into lumber. After "but it was my knee that you were
the saw has passed through the whole pinching." For once in his life the
length of the log, the part cut off is Archbishop looked confused, and sat
passed on to a series of live rollers which down without a word.
automatically carry it to the re-saw ma-	
chines where it is finally cut up  into Men Were Deceivers Ever,
various sizes of lumber. These vary, The awful moment had come at last,
as a rule, from four to twelve inches in She was in the dentist's room—nay,
width, but it is hardly necessary to add worse, even in the dentist's chairl
that only the sound lumber is dealt with She had had raging toothache for
in this way; the good lumber is marked a week, and her fond and devoted
according to its grading, i. e„ whether lover had himself brought her to the
it is of first, second dr third rate quality, torture-chamber. Without his cour-
which is ascertained by the number of age and help she would never have
knots in it. The men operating this faced the terrible ordeal,
re-saw machine are called "edgers" and "Oh, I can't—I daren't have it outi"
it is their duty to see that each board she moaned, as the dentist stood over
of lumber has an even edge and that it is her. "I can't bear the pain."
cut up into strips of proper lengths. "My darling," her lover expostu-
After this the lumber passes on to the lated, in honeyed accents, "you must
cross-cutting saws for the purpose of try to bear it. It won't hurt much,
being properly trimmed up and all the and it will all be over in a moment."
waste edgings are either burnt in. a "Oh, I simply daren't," she quav-
furnace, which works night and day, or ered.
else are sold for firewood. It depends "Then," said the gallant swain, "I'll
very much on the situation and size of have one out to show it doesn't hurt."
the mill as to how these edgings are Thereupon he sat down in the chair,
treated; naturally, in the course of even and the dentist prepared to proceed
a day, a va^t collection of waste pieces with his fell work. She waited till
of timber accumulate and they have to the forceps were within his jaws,
be got rid of in some way or other. The Then she sprang up.
larger mills, more particularly, if they "No!" she cried. "Brave as you
are sudated at some distance from a are, you shall not suffer for me. You
town, could not be bothered with collect- have proved your devotion. I will
ing them, and simply throw them into bear it."
a huge furnace and burn them right up. A few seconds later the offending
In one of the pictures accompanying this molar was extracted,
article the smoke from the furnace can "Dearest," she murmured to him,
be plainly seen, and as one passes by a as they left the torture-chamber, "now
large lumber mill at night time the glow I can believe that you would die for
from these furnaces lights up the sky nie."
and creates a very pretty effect. The Yet every tooth in his head was
next process in the manufacture of lumber is to size it up, that is to plane one
edge and side of it; this is effected by
passing the planks through a powerful
planing machine and the chief reason
that this is done is to effect a saving in
the heavy freight dues.
The lumber, after it has passed
through the planing machine, is ready for
the market, except that if a rebate on
edging has to be put on it, it is necessary to pass it through another machine.
This is an exceedingly ingenious invention and consists of a piece of circular
steel with a sharp edge, of the width required,    projecting    therefrom.      The
false!
A Pleasant Judge.
There is a great deal in putting a
thing nicely. A prisoner was being
sentenced in America the other day.
"You have a pleasant home and a
bright fireside, with happy children
sitting around it, haven't you?" said
the Judge.
"Yes, sir," said the prisoner, who
thought he saw a way out of the
difficulty.
"Well," said the Judge, "if the happy  children  sit  around  the  cheerful
know about them.
... ,       .      .,        ,. , ., fireside until you return they will stay
plank is passed under the roller and the .,       .   . .   .   .      ,     „
j      .,',., •*_.... .    .     -.i. there just forty-two days.
edge thereof is brought into contact with	
this knife, which revolves at a tremendous rate; as the plank travels along, a    Ja^Hullo, Charlie, and how do
groove or edging is automatically carved J™  en>°y .™rned llf,e-   _h?   Ever
out of it, along the whole length of the have any <"ffer<m«--3 of opinion with
plank. ' y°ur w,fe?
_ If the lumber is required for export- Charles-Yes, but I don't let her
ing or for constructional work it is
taken to the "kilns," which are large
ovens heated bv means of steam pipes; A census-taker while on her rounds
here all moisture is extracted from the called at a house occupied by an Irish
wood and so a great deal of weight is family. One of the questions she
taken therefrom and the shrinking pro- asked was- "How many maIes have
pensities of the lumber are removed. y°u in this family?". The answer came
The only thing it is now necessary to do w'thout hesitation, "Three a day,
is to store the lumber in shacks of the mum!"
different sizes, or else take it right away 	
to the railway sidings for transporting    Pat—Mike, 'tis drunk yez be.
it to the purchaser.   There is now noth-     Mike—A lie, a lie, you're spaking.
ing more for me to add, as T trust I have Yez wou'd not dare, to spake thus if
been able to explain to you how a tree is Oi was sober.
converted into merchantable lumber, but,    Pat—If yez was sober y'd have the
before closing, I wish to take this oppor- common sinse to know yez was drunk.
8 lite.
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16 Board of Trade, Victol THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10   1907.
11
At The Street
Corner
By THB LOUNGER
Vf^/*rf_\y>^l»»m_mf^_n
I It is a sad attribute to every sweet
Ind lovely thing that it must have
Iome compensating draw-back. The
treeks were so well aware of this
mat they invented a word to describe
liis state of aaffirs. Oxymoron, or
litter-sweet is a word which describes
lie juxtaposition of two intrinsically
Ipposed ideas in one phrase. Thus
le find Hypermnestra the sole mem-
ler of the Danaidae found faithless
I) her oath of murder, described as
fcplendide mendax" or "magnificently
llse." In every-day life we know
mat no rose exists without a thorn,
Inless the moss-rose be taken as an
Icception, and even then there is a
tsty stickiness which takes the place
t the other evil. No drop of honey
las ever distilled from Hymettus
■thout there being a sting, perhaps
Bit felt, but still available. These
■oughts obtrude themselves on me
I connection with a state of affairs
■lich exists at present in Vancouver.
BWe hear a lot about Vancouver.
m admirable situation, its picturesque
fcuty, its importance as a great com-
fcrcial centre; all these are thrust
Bon our notice. It is also a gener-
■y accepted idea that Vancouver is
treat moral centre; there have been
Bose who have placed it far higher
■ the scale of morality than its sister
By of Victoria. Vancouver has been
Rked on as a genuine type of the
■osed" city; theoretically the lid has
in put on, and kept on. It is some-
Bat surprising therefore to learn that
■ this same city of Vancouver China-
mn are allowed to solicit, openly and
■public, strangers to come into their
Ins to play chuck-a-luck. 1 use the
■rd "allowed" advisedly, in that,
■>ugh the practice is common it is
Bchecked. There are few cities
Mich are in a position to point the
Bger of scorn; I admit this. The
By world's metropolis is a by-word
■ongst the nations for the condi-
■n of affairs which exists in Picca-
■y and Regent Street at night. But
■n the world's metropolis does not
Ke as an ideal city. A word to the
Be should suffice. The Chief of Po-
K in Vancouver would be well ad-
led if he saw to it that strangers
Mre not forcibly accosted in certain
Bts of his city, more exactly in that
■ghbourhood of late ill-fame, Du-
■it Street, by oily-tongued Celes-
Is, who plead for another victim.
■ s bad for the said strangers' coats,
Hhave them pulled; it is also some-
Hes bad for the Celestial's head. In
B- case it is bad for the reputation
■ such a moral  city as Vancouver,
■ there are so many people who at>e
■ined to judge by appearances that
■night be well to put a stop to the
■ctice. As one man said to me:
Biere must be an unholy lot of graft
Hut, because no white man dare
I like that."
Bin Saturday last I lounged on the
Her. I like the water when there
Hio chance of being asked to row,
■take any horrible responsibility
Hi the rudder lines.   On this occas-
■ I was spared all anxiety. Drawn
■Oak Bay by the news of a fire I
Hpened upon the Oak Bay Hotel,
I there I met Capt. Byers and Mr.
Hnbley, who wanted me to see their
H launch. I don't know anything
Hut launches, but this one struck me
Hbeing very comfortable, and so I
Sconced myself luxuriously on
■rd, and tried to sell an odd car
let in which I had previously in-
Hed. Of course this was equiva-
H to saying that I intended return-
■ home by water. And so I did.
Hpite of a strong tide and a west-
I breeze, (I know it was westerly,
Hiuse I asked the man at the wheel)
■ made good time home, and I
Hed at the Hudson's Bay wharf,
Hre the launch sleeps, with new
Ribilities in the lounging line put
Hre me. My hosts talked vaguely
Hit valuable copper deposits they
I discovered on the north end of
Hcouver Island, but I lay unrespon-
H. wondering why any man should
Hry about such mundane affairs
He it was possible to live in glor
ious ease on a snug boat in the vicinity of Victoria. I am more and
more convinced that after all true
happiness and the whole art of living
lies in the word "Laziness."
As I don't know anything about
electricity, and as I have thought of
something which will make it possible for a lazy man to keep au fait
with his business and yet not attend
his office, I give free, gratis and for
nothing the following idea to all those
who may be able to invent some
scheme for practical application. In
these days of Telephotography and
general long distance electrical appliances, it should be possible to have
some means by which a telephone
could inform a person ringing up,
where the person wanted is to be
found. For instance, suppose that I
want to go out, but think that I may
be rung up while absent, I should
fix up some mechanical arrangement
on my own telephone before leaving.
Then when someone inquired for The
Lounger through the 'phone he would
be told, mechanically, to ring up No.
23 or any other suitable number. I
am sure that this is a good idea,
and I strongly recommend it to the
attention of all those interested in
electrical inventions.
Considerable interest has been
aroused in Victoria with regard to
the opening of Pantage's Theatre on
Johnson Street. This theatre is really
the Old Grand, and has been undergoing extensive alterations. When
completed there will be a weekly circuit conducted on much the same
lines as prevail at the New Grand,
and in view of the immense popularity of the latter, which seems to
be crowded almost to overflowing
every night, Pantage's should score
a success. There is plenty of room
in Victoria for two vaudeville houses,
and the regular frequenters of Messrs.
Considine & Sullivan's house will
have two nights enjoyment per week
instead of one. I notice that Messrs.
Helliwell & Woods, presumably with
an eye to the main chance have taken
over the King's Head, situated next
door to Pantage's, and which has also
been lately renovated. Truly, there
is nothing like a show for making
one thirsty.
C&i
<rx<<«-i&<r.
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Its value is assured by the quality, style and workmanship in the
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We carry the Stet-.n in
•II itylei—Soft and Derby.
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THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907.
m. „9P££F hANJ? DISTRICT. east corner of Section 13, Township 2,
TAKE NOTICE that J. Lytle,  of St. Eange 4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Val-
Paul, occupation Agent, Intends to apply ley; thence north 80 chains; thence west
for permission to purchase the follow- 80    chains;    thence   south    80   chains;
ing described land:*
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. N.W.   corner of L.  76;  marked Edwin east corner of Timber Limit No. 13,034)1
District of Rupert. Wards N.W.  corner post to Claim No. west side of Handy Creek, two and one-I
TAKE NOTICE  that Colin L. Camp-  7;  thence  S.  40  chains;   thence  E.   160 half miles    from    salt    water, running!
bell,  of Victoria,  B.C.,  Agent for Mc- chains;  thence north 40 chains; thence north SO chains; thence west 80 chains.r
Commencing at a post planted at the 13
southeast  corner  of  Section  24,  Town-      bated May 17th, 1907.
ship  2,  Range  4,  Poudrier Survey,  Ne-  Aug 10 H. L. DONNALLT.
chaco  Valley;  thence  north  80  chains',   .	
thence west 80 chains; thence south 80      rpAK-tr-  mi-ittpf.  that  Knut  B   Berk*
gfiSffi ^en°e eaSt 8° °hainS' beinS said land ^Han?eyCEoccS^tira Farme?,ein
Dated May 17th,  1907.
Aug.  10      , J. LYTLE.
thence east 80 chains, being said section   Pherson   &   Fullerton   Bros.,   Victoria,  W.  160  chains  to  point  of  commence-  thence south 80 chains; thence east 8(1
B.C.,   Agents,   intends   to   apply  for  a ment. , , chains to point of commencement, and!
special timber licence for the following      No. 8—Commencing at a post planted containing 640 acres, more or less,
described lands:— 100 chains W. and 160 chains S. of the
No.  1.—Commencing at a post which N. W.  corner of L.  76,  marked Edwin
Located  July  23rd,   1907.
D.  C.   MCDONALD.
tends to apply for permission to pur*
chase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted south-
is 100 yards distant and in a northerly Ward's N.W. corner post of Claim No. AuS 10
direction from Siwash cabins on Klas- 8;   thence  E.   80  chains;   thence  S.   80    f „ „„    „ „
kino  Inlet and  half a  mile  east  from chains; thence W. 80 chains; thence N. TAKE NOTICE that D. C. McDonald!
said  point  on  shore;  thence  40  chains 80 chains to point of commencement. of Alberni,  B.C.,  intends  to  apply  t(f
north; thence 160 chains east; thence 40      No. 9—Commencing at a post planted the Hon- Chief Commissioner of Landfl
west corner of Section 14, Township 2, chains south; thence 160 chains west to 100 chains W. and 160 chains S. of the and   Works  for  special   licence  to  cu
TAKE NOTICE that Henry Lund, of  Ranee 4   Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Val- Point  of  commencement,   marked   '|Mc- N.W.   corner of L.  76,  marked Edwin ana. carry away  timber  from  the  fol
Danholm, occupation Parmer, intends to  ley; thence north 80 chains; thence east Pherson & Fullerton Bros., S. W., No. 1." Ward's N.E.  corner post to Claim No. l°wl"S    described    lands,    situated Al
apply   for  permission  to  purchase   the  80   chains;    thence    south    80   chains; No. 2—Commencing at a post marked 9;   thence   100   chains   to   shore   line; be™1   Canal,  about  live  miles  east  o:l
following  described  land:                            thence west  80  chains, being said  sec- "McPherson  &  Fullerton  Bros.,   N.W., southwest along shore about 80 chains; -snug  Basin:
Commencing at a post planted at the  tion 14.
southwest  corner of Section  17,  Town-      Dated May 18th,  1907.
ship  2,  Range 4,  Poudrier Survey,  Ne-  Aug 10
chaco  Valley;   thence  north  80  chains;
thence east 80 chains;  thence south  80
KNUT B. BERKLAND.
No. 2," said post being 100 yards dis- thence E. about 1B0 chains; thenee N. N°* 12A—Commencing at a post plant!
tant and in a northerely direction from 60 chains to point of commencement. ?d on the northwest boundary line oil
Siwash cabins on Klaskino Inlet and No. 10—Commencing at a post planted Timber Limit No. 14,877 about 30 chalnil
half a mile east from said point on 100 chains W. and 220 chains S. of the west of N.E. corner, thence north 161
shore; thence from said post 40 chatns  N.W.   corner of L.  76,  marked Edwin  chains;   thence   east   40   chains;   thendj
tnence east 80 chains;  tnence soutn  _v      -,.,,,,   vmmrpi,  »«,_*   T«hn   anffenev    »"<"»,  u-™™ hum »aiu pua*. -_-.  cimuis  *->•".   uyi-iisi- 01  jj.   10,  i___._-i.eu  __,uwm   ;•■ -i   »*-■-■••—   «-»-   ?»   -'«•"-»-   *.._,,_.*
chains;   thence   west   80   chains,   being  „fT4!C0uat^?n    nconnatlon   Farmer    in-   soutn-   thence  16°  chaIns  east*   thenoe Ward s N-B-  corner P°3t t0 Claim No-  ?outh ,16,0 °5ains* thence west 40 chainl
said Section 17. f M  »li, fw Si  to  dS   40 chalns north* thence 160 chains west  10; thence W. about 160 chains to shore  Jo   point   of   commencement,   and   conl
Dated May 23rd, 1907.
Aug 10 HENRY LUND.
tends  to  apply  for permission.to pur-   to      ,nt of commenCement. line; thence S. 40 chains; thence E. 160  taining 640 acres, more or less,
chase the following described land.    ^ N     3_Commencing at a  post  about chains; thence N. 40 chains to point of      Located July 22nd,  1907.
         '■■--- * v d. c Mcdonald.
Commencing at a post planted at tha
south-east corner
tannti^k is   -T-^w-n     one mile distant and in a southerly di- commencement.
Of   Section   15,    J.OWn-     _-„,.,„_     f„nrn    Sl*nro.**h     china    nn    TTlno. ...    , .       _-	
TAKE NOTICE that James Isbeester,   ship  2; Range  4   Foudrier Survey",  Ne-   ^o'Tnle'tTear faUs" on creek and hllf in^-^Tfe at,.a.POS£ pla-n^d ed  on  thTnSrTwes^bounda??"un * oi
of Saskatoon,  occupation Merchant,  in-  ,.„,£„ Valley;   thence  north  80  chains;   5 mile Inland from said falls   mark^ M°whainS W* a*ndT 26-?chains S* gj. **<• Timber Limit Na 14 877   and about 3-1
tends  to  apply  for permission  to  pur-  thence east 80 chains; thence south 80   ft- ™}e '"'an«   M0phIrson  &   FuTlerton w ^-'  CxTrl*i-er ot L*  76' .ra?rk,S? ,Edw,ln chains  west  of'the   Nokheast  cornerl
^^tfSL'Tt'^^irnWe^at'the  ch,a}nS; .\*en?t   W6St   8°   Cha'nS'   ^   *™"1  "^nce  Wc&north?the'nce Mince W ™Tffi'- ttSc*™ N40 thence  »«"•>   1MctainsTthfnce™1
Commencing at a. post planted at the  satd section 16.. _ 160 ch^lns east. thence 40 chain's south.      ^™ thence E   160chains- ?hlnce N 40 chains;    thenoe    south   160   ohalns:
thence 160 chains west to point of com- 40 chains to noiit of commencement thence east 40 chains to P°Int of
»nnnnnn,nnt iu cnaius  io poini oi commencement.  _ „.„..„.„>   .„a   pnntainin,*.   Rin
northeast  corner  of  Section  20,  Town-      Dated May 18th,  1907.
ship  2, Range 4,  Poudrier Survey,  Ne- Aug 10 JOHN GAFFENEY.
chaco  Valley;  thence  South  80  chains;  . 	
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80     -TAKE N0TICE that  John  Flanagan
mencement. " No.'12-ComPmencing at a pZt planted S™^",'  ftnd   C°n'aining  6<°   acm
No. 4—Commencing at a post one mile 100 chains W. and 240 chains S. of the
chains; thence east 80 chains, being said ofT4S>katoon    occunltlonFarmerin-   distant and in    a   southerly    direction N   W.  corner of L.  76,  marked Edwin      Located July 24th,  1907.
Soc"?" 20. _   - * ^^ate&rto'pl!-   £°? S^* °^t » PHH,°_ HSfc ?ML^-W-  corner post to Claim No,  Aug 10 D. C. 11
Dated May 25th, 1907.
Aug. 10 JAMES ISBESTER.
tends to apply for permission to pur
chase the following described land:
near  falls  on  creek  and  half  a  mile 12; thence E.  80 chains; thence S.  60
McDONALD.
ase tne lonowing aesoriueu ujuu. inland from said falls, said post mark-  chains    to    T.    L. 8638;    thence W. 50
^hlJiV^SFnM'fr.P«£rtPm16" Towtf   ed "N.W.  No.  4, McPherson & Fuller- chains; thence S. 60 chains; thence W.  COAST   DISTRICT,   RANGE   1   LAN_J
southeast  corner of  Section  16,  Town
TAKE NOTICE that L   CamDbell   of  E       i,.™ I  Pn.irirlm- <?urvev   Ne- ton Bros.";    thence    40    chains  south; 30 chains; thence N. 120 cfc
Pnni   n^mntinn   Atre'nt   intends  to  s£lp  2'-,.Rian?.8 A_.J?»  „JSJi,   »17 cSiilnS- thence 150 chains east; thence 40 chains of  commencement. „
.    Paul,   Occupation   Agent,    intends   IO   chacO   Valley     thence   north    80   cnains, _     .,      thonpe   1(>n   phs-lns   west   tn   nnlnt        Stnkerl   Tulv 7th    10-17
-ply   for   permission   to  purchase   the  thence west 80 chains; thence south 80 ^Tth, thence 160 chains west to point      btaked July 7th, 1907.    ,
DISTRICT.
St,
apply .  „	
following described land: chains- thence East 80 chains, being said
Commencing at a post planted at the section 16
northwest  corner  of  Section   7,   Town- Dated May 18th, 1907.
ship 1, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, Ne- Aug jq                    JOHN FLANAGAN,
chaco Valley;  thence south  80  chains-
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80      n,.*,,™  _■_,_• Tni? (.-hot -Rnv Ti-ranois   of
^"ILW  W6St   8°   0hainS'   belng SasiMBonNOoTccSpattlont Far^enTtVSs
said  Section 7.
Dated May 17th, 1907.
Aug 10 L. CAMPBELL.
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast   corner  of   Section   9,   Town-
of commencement.
McPHERSON & FULLERTON BROS.
_.,_       ,,-„,.      _ District of New Westminster.
Edward Ward, Locator.
s.11"- 10 Per C   I    Cimnhell   Acrent    . n?0^1?-CS^meI.oi„nA ala,posl Plan**«a      TAKE   NOTICE  that  Newell   Dwigli
Aug io per _. L,. campoen, Agent. 100 chains w. anci 300 chains S. of the Hillis,    Timber   Dealer,    of   Brooklyl
  Sr-W_..   corIJer of L-  76-  marked Edwin New York, intends to apply for specil
CERTIFICATE   OF   THE   REGISTRA- Wards N.E.  corner post to Claim No,  timber  licences  over  the following dj
TION  OF AN  EXTRA-PROVIN-        Jg^theMe E   leolhlih^Thlnee N   ""^ la"dS:
CIAL  COMPANY. 40 chains to point of commencement.   '   firtN°kn,?ri9T^nin1r^ia^»n.P0«SnrtPinn.
No   14. CnrnmenclnB* nt  a  nn-]t  nlnnt-   ea   about   120   chains   distant   and   in 1
"Companies Act, 1S97." ed 180 chains™ W:tn! 340\& %_ of  W&P^&S^&gl, *"?"/"Ti
the N  W  corner of L   76   marked Ed-      ,       creek flowing into the most easl
TAKE NOTICE    that    Wyndham W.  ^pTRange"?: Poudrier"Surveye?"^- sJUdfflto'ESMS* f£?this^y to   Whence^ ^'haiKs^thenc^E Sound; Chinee'40  chlfns no'rthftTenf
Ashley   of  Saskatoon,  occupation  Ban- cnapc0 Valley:   thence north  40  chains; Sdregtste?ed Is an  Extr^Prov!n^ 80 chains*  thlnce N   80 chains-  thtnce east 100 chains; thence south 80 chain!
ker, intends to apply for permission to thence W8st 40 chains; thence north 40 g^Jnan?   under   the   "Companies   Act W  80 chainsto noint of'commeneement th6nce we3t 60 chains; thence north f
purchase  the  following described   and:  cha1nS;   thence  east   80  chains;   thence Vs97P' to ca??s out or effect all or any No  lB-CommendL L Host Xnted ohains; thence west 40 chains to poii
•SSSrtS,^ o\P^ t?o!nant2!d ^U^ S t8hretnStetrro^sriedStse4c0tioCr nS' °fk W7a*¥«"'J°Fi »0h"n" ^"^^^ W more^fe"^™1' C°ntainlng M° a°r|
being'three-quarters 01 sam secuon _. t)ie legislative authority of  the Legis- N.W.   corner of L.  76,  marked Edwin B    r l ss*                                             I
Dated May 18th,  1907i_ , lature of British Columbia extends. Ward's N.E.  corner post to Claim No. No. 45—Commencing at a post planta
'• The   head   office   of   the   Company   is 15; thence W. 160 chains; thence S. 40 about  60  chains  distant in  a wester!
*-  situate at Seattte, King County, Wash- chains; thence E. 160 chains; thence N. direction   from   the   Kakweiken   Riv#
TAKE NOTICE that John Isbester, of ington. 40 chains to point of commencement. and about 60 chains north west of oi
Saskatoon, occupation Merchant, intends The   amount   of   the   capital   of   the No. 16—Commencing at a post planted ot the northwest corners of 497; thenl
northeast  corner  of  Section  22,  Town
ship  2,  Range 4,  Poudrier Survey, Ne       ,.,,,,
chaco Valley;  thence south  80  chains;   4,.- in
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east  80  chains,  being said  section  22.
Dated May 25th, 1907.
Aug   10       WYNDHAM  W.   ASHLEY.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Malcolm  Isbes-
to apply for permission to purchase the Company is one hundred  thousand dol-  ISO   chains   W.   and   380   chains   S.   of north 40 chains; east 160 chains to Ka
following described land: lars, divided into one thousand shares the N. W. corner of L. 76, marked Ed- weiken  River;   thence  south  40  chaii
Commencing at a post planted at the 0f one hundred dollars each.                       win Ward's N.E.  corner post to Claim along river; thence west 160 chains  I
northwest  corner of Section  23,  Town- The  head  office   of  the   Company  in  No.   16;   thence  W.   160   chains;   thence P°int o£ commencement, containing 61
i A!     (-I 1        » J.I -»_T 1__ _L 1IU1  lllWCnl      UUkUOl        Ul       i.r_.A-..._rt.       _--a, ,        ._.—  -■-- J-*»%J       • i v (.■.*. i       \_tAA.\j_.       -j -.        **___■        -..j aj ..., ,. ...       11 \j,        j. \j ,        ulClll_,t_ .1 1       1UU       1,11 til UO a _ 11 <.. 11 \- v;      *  	
ter, of Saskatoon, occupat on Merchant,  ship  2|  Range  4,  Poudrier Survey. Ne-   this Province is situate at Victoria, and s.  40  chains;    thence    E.    160  chains;  acres, more or
1111iiriii o   tn   nnnl v   tut"   norm  c<alnn   rn   tiiit*.       .    ' —-   •• 11       __._.     ai\    _-..._-.inn-       a       -nr       t ___.—      t\ .     tti..i._ a. _     _ „ j     t__~..«       _.___. ■•■»       1 _.      1     • . _ . .    , _• _— ._       —
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
chaco  Valley;   thence  south   80  chains;   A.   W.   Jones,  Real  Estate   and   Insur-  thence  N.   40  chains  to  point  of  com-      No. 46—Commencing at a post plar!
east 80 chains: thence north 80 chains;   ance Agent, whose address^ is_Victoria,  mencement. ed about 160 chains distant in a weC
.-..v.,™,..,     i..,.     ...     .T   *.«».     nlnntnA     nt    th n     BilML     *--.      l.ll_.llt»,      LUC1IV.C     „«,*_„     uv     v.... ,        _A._3    ll^a,,a,      „..v_,^     u.u«.^o«     . _.       ,.^w«,._.,      1UCI1*JCIHC11.. _IA     U.UUUL     IHV     CliaillS     UlSlllIU     in     U.    W__
,?t°hTsetnC o?near 5fPM5°«f Town-  $™^ west  80 Cha!nS'  belnS ^  MC"   B-&_ la«**J  _$m3£r ^^PTA^  „No, 17-Commencing at a post planted  erly   direction _from   Kakweiken   u|
tlon 23.
ship  2,  Range 4,  Poudrier Survey,  Ne- ~t_^___\ Mav 25th   1907
chaco Valley  thence south  80 chains; ^atea May i.ui, 1 1^ ISBEgTBE
thence   east   80   chains;   thence   north       s	
80  chains;   thence  west   80  chains,  be-  „„„„„_„, - ..,_   _.r___,_r_n.
ing said  section 21. RE_NFREW_t-AND DISTRICT.
The   time   of   the   existence   of   the  ]80 chains W. and 420 chains S. of the and a*bout 16  chains  north  of a larl
Company is fifty years, from December N   w   corner of L. 76, marked Edwin creek lowing   easterly   into Kakweikl
S.?.'   tZzhnnn-, in u^itnA Ward's N.W. corner post to Claim No. BWer*;,thenoe north 40 chains;  thenl
n^_.P0,?nPA.yif„  i?in5   .nfl   «««i   of »i  thence E.  80 chains;  thence S.  80 160  chains  to  river;   thence  south  I
n^e2*^?^L17y-D^5?nn_.  of  -nntiS;  chains; thence W. 80 chains; thence N. chains; thence west 160 chains to poll
Office  at Victoria,  Province  of  British sn nhn.lnH to -noint of p.ommonoement of commencement, containing 640 acrl
Dated Mav 25th   1907 TAKE NOTTCE that Joseph N. Brit-   omce  at   victoria,  province  or  Brrasn 80 chalns to polnt 0f commencement.        ot commence
iMte-i Mas  ...in, i.M...     . __   Qf Ballara> Washington, occupation   Columbia   this  second  day  of August,     No_ is—Commencing at a post plant-  more or less
No. 47—Commencing at a post plantl
Au_r 10                    MALCOLM ISBESTER ten.  oi  rjauuru,   vvti-*-iiiiiftt.uii,  uv**.,.,,.*.....,. -„.  Ahn^.'.nnA   ni.n  h..nA.nA   nnA   A.__,.nn ™Ut  x°—vjuiHiucuuine u,l a, yu_A pittllL-
Aug iu                maliulm iBBi,&_.J.K. ^.^ .__ timber .^.^ ^^ to apply one thousand nine hundred and seven. ed  lg0  chains  w   and  42oychains   S. =  ,.„„.	
TAKE  NOTTCE  that  Emll  M   Snell for   a   Rnecial   timber  licence   over  the -Reelstrar of folnt Stock Companies ?£ t^ie N,VW_,,c012el?of Lot 76' mai-ked 160 chains distant in a westerly direl
of   Saskatoon    occupation   Farmer-in- following described lands: Registrar of Joint Stock companies. ^   ,n   Wards   N.E.    corner   post   to tlon from Kakweiken River and aboi
tends  to  annlv fo"nermlssion to  du?I l' Commencing  at a post  planted  20 Company P,laim    ^r' „18;    thence    S. 80 chains; 15 chains north of the large creek flof
^"„d!   klaffl± ,SlSSi0n t0  PUF chains south  of the ouarter corner on u^^^Af^^^^X^re^06   W: 80 „oh|'nsL ,the"ce   N*t 82 inS   easter'y    int0    Kakweiken    RM
the south side of section five, township P**V„|  hoW   sell   hnnrOTt.lease   mort- chains; thence E. 80 chains to point of thence west 160 chains; thence south |
chase the following land
Commencing at a post planted at the  jne soura siue-. ui «*_"»>}n',.vthence'east   to buy, hold, sell, Improve, lease, mort-  oommeneemen't
northwest corner of Section 10; Town- l7°'„?„1"S?   ?Sino»   nnrth ' SO   chains:   gage and otherwise handle, dispose of 00™™!"ce™.!"t'
±'SVLSrK= «J aa- SFJB, tsrsfftu:
receive  and  collect   money   on   investment bonds, certificates or other securi-
Staked July 8th, 1907.
Edwin Ward, Locator.
Dated August 3rd, 1907.
ENOCH A.  WHITE.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
chains;  thence east  160  chains;  then
north 40 chains to point of commenq
ment, and containing 640 acres, more
less.
No. 48—Commencing at a post plari
ed one chain distant in a westerly d
rection from Kakweiken River, nej
the   most   northwesterly  post  of   4Sf
ship 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, Ne- t5Ln^a^f't faeph__lns0It? pol°nt"of'be-l incumber""real'estate" and  personal
chaco Valley;  thence south  80  chains; *^"R?„.wlfn 8" r^a,ns' t0 p0 property of every kind and description;
thence east  80 chains; thence north 80 gl?,"V,5  ?„iv  1f_   i 107 t0  buy-   hold,   sell,   exchange  and  deal —*-■■
chains;   thence   west   80   chains;   being ,   n„_i.LnJ' .. . m-t nlpntpfl  100 in mortgages, bonds, stocks and securi- Aug  10
said  Section  10 z- commencing at a po.,i pmnieu  i»» tlM  nf ^_a_._r klr%^  orlfl  ^ooprinUnt,-  tn ————
Dated May 18th, 1907.
A"g 10 EMIL      — yftXt- St°hPtncP8"no?thn86 chainl- Whence ties? obiiiatioSg'-of""contra'o'ta* or"any TAKE NOTICE  that we, Frances  J.  thence north 40 chains;" tfience east
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Charles  Wlntz, S  in  rS, to  noint of beginning, evidences   Indebtedness   and   to   Invest, A. Green and Christen Jacobsen,  pros-  chains; thence south 120 chains; thei
of Saskatoon, occupation lumber deale? 74efts acres                                   beginning, ^^ an(J a)gpoge rf the same ag tbe torg   of  Quatsln     BC     lnt^   to west 40 chains; thence north 80 chaii
intends to-apply for'permission to pur- 64?.=t»fl  Tnlv 12   1907 hoard   of  trustees   shall   from   time  to apply for a special timber licence over  thence west 40 chains to point of col
chase the fXwlng dlsSbed landf F^mmendng at a post planted 180 time determine; to acquire by pudchase the following described lands:                  S,w}SS,ant' containlne M0 aores- m(?
Commencing at a post planted at the chains  south  of the quarter corner on or otherwise or take on lease or under No.  1.—Commencing at a post plant-  or less,
northwest corner of Section  11,  Town- the south side of sect on flve. township agreement or to use, operate, sell, con- ed alongside of a post marked 20 C. H.      No. 49—Commencing at a post plant!
ship  2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, Ne- two* thence south 80 chains; thence east vey, mortgage or otherwise handle, dis- & 40 c.  H.  Lot 193;  thence south  40 one chain distant in a westerly dirl
chaco  Valley;  thence  south  80  chains; on    ohalns-    thenoe   north    80   chains; P°se of or deal in any and  all rights, chains;  thence west 160 chatns; thence tion  from  Kakweiken  River,  about I
thence east 80 chains;  thence north 80 thence west  80  chains to point  of be- grants,  privileges,  franchises  and  con- north 40 chains to beach;  thence east-  chains north of the most northwestei
chains;   thence  west   80  chains;   being «„£?„» <uo acres cessions; to borrow or raise money on erly to point of commencement.               point of 497; thence 160 chains norl
said  section 11. ■ tSHS Tnlv 12   1907 monds,    warrants,    debentures,    invest- Located July lst, 1907.                             thence   40   chains   west;   thence   soif
Dated May 18th, 1907. 4   Commencing at a post planted 100 ments,   securities   and  other  negotiable No. 2—Commencing at a post planted  160   chains;   thence   east   40   chains
Aug 10                        CHARLES WINTZ. -hnlns south and SO chains east of quar- or transferable instruments In the dis- about 20 chains south from south shore point of commencement, containing '
  t„ p„,ner on sonth side of section five, cretion of the board of trustees; to do 0f West Arm, on the western boundary acres more or less.                               .
tak-f. NOTTCE that V   J   Swanson tnwnshio two   thence south 80 chains; a general business in the development 0f Lot  194;  thence south  160  chains;     No. 50—Commencing at a. post plal
of  Kf     mi  Clerk   intends thonofi enst ?'o chains* thence north  80 of high-class real estate such as busi- tence west 40 chains; thence north 160  ed one chain distant in a westerly 1
to   Innlv   for   permission   to   owchail chlVns- thence weft 8*0 chains to point ness   property,   and   to   make   improve- chains;  thence east 40 chains to point  rection   from   Kakweiken   River,   lb{
the fonowin J rtSfbefl1 land?   purctlase Sf hellnniSe   840 acres ments  thereon and to engage in  such of commencement.                                       40 chains north of the most northwel
PniiSlne a.1 nost olanted at the Tlatfd  Tulv 13   1907 undertakings  as  will best promote the No. 6—Commencing at a post planted  erly point    of    497;    thence    northf
nortffat  ______   of  Section   12    Town- R   Commencing at a post planted 100 same.    To conduct business in any of at or about the N.W. corner of section chalnB;   thence  east  80  chains;   thel
shin  2   Range  4   Poudrier Survev   Ne- ohains Touth and 80 cha?" east of the the   States,  territories,   colonies  or  de- 15,   T.S.   26;   thence   south   80   chains;  south 80 chains; thence west 80 cha]
So Vallev*  thence south 80 chains* ____¥__ owner on south side of section pendencies  of the  United  States,  and east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains; to point of commencement, contain!
then?e   west'SO   ?hains°   thence   no?th five-   township   two"   thenci  north   80 >n foreign countries and under foreign thence west 80 chains to point of com- 640 acres, more or less.                     f
so Shnlns   them* nas• 80 phains   beine Hhnin.- ThonnS  east' 80  ohalns-   thence governments  or  elsewhere   ln  the  dis- mencement.                                                         No. 51.—Commencing at a post pla
said  section  12 snnth 80 chains: thence welt 80 cha"ns cretion of Hie board pf_trustees, _and_to No. 7-CommencIng at a post, planted ed .26 chains distant in .a westerly j
Dated May 17th, 1907.
Aug 10 V. J. SWANSON.
TAKE NOTICE that J. Digman, of St.
Paul, occupation Merchant, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
_._,.Vti_   on  nhaina.   thonnn wm!   SO  phains cretion Ol  ine U0H.ru  01   trustees,  anu  tu       £
to noint of he?innini  640 acres have and maintain at will one or more at or about the N. W. corner of "section rection from the Kakweiken River __
■nntofl  Tiiiv■ 18   i<in'7 offlces therein; to enter into, make, per- 15,  t.  S.  26;  thence east  120  chains; 130  chains  north  of  the  most  norl
Aug 10 J   N   BRITTEN torm and carry out contracts of every thence north about 20 chains to beach;  westerly point of 497;  thence northj
kind, and for every lawful purpose; to thence westerly along beach to west- chains; thence east 80 chains; thel
do any and all things necessary, pro- ern line of section 22, T.S. 26; thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 char
per or convenient for^ the accomplish- south about 80 chains to point of com- to point of commencement and contaj
ing 640 acres more or less.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT , 	
District of Rupert. ment of any of the objects hereinbefore mencement
TAKE NOTICE that J. W. Thompson, !^„fi>Ith* Located July 15th. .11)07.
northcasCt-o?ner  Sf*Secfon"T Town? Galesburg   111.,.Musician   agent for W. ^	
ship  2,.Range 4, Poudrier.Survey,_Ne- a Simpson, o^lowajalls^lowa. Banker, ALBERNI LAND DISTriCT.
Aug 10
FRANCES J.  A. GREEN,
CHRISTEN JACOBSON.
No. 52—Commencing at a post plan]
60 chains distant In a westerly directl
from the main branch of the Kakweilf
•■■-■    -■ .. 'cy,' ."e" tt.tnnA^tn" onrTiv" for  q'sneolal  timber ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.     River, and about 200 chains northerly
chaco  Valley;   thence   west   80p £$W   ^nte    for P?ie    fSllowinf    described       District of Ruwrt Quatsino Smind.      NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT  the   most  northwesterly   point   of/
thence south 80 chains; thence east SO "OfP™    Ior    ""J    lul        B take nottce that Enoch A  White District  of Sayward. thence 40 chains north; thence east
S|adnsictloenni8   n°                         '          S      Commencing at a post, planted on a o^VUtoril?™!., %tt #      TAKE   NOTICE   that  Fred.   Newsan,  ^a\n^0t^ienssrothpOtStCohfalcnoSi,^
Dated  tov  17th   1907                             Point on the shore about one mile west man, intends to apply for a special tim- of Read  Island, B.C., Lumberman,  in- west l«»ajlM ^SL mora <£ 1
ADated                                                     iTCi^^tSiM»« licence over Ae following described tends to^pply^or a^pe^l timber^- -. ^^a^FJSSff
TAKE NOTICE that W. McWIIIiams, thence   80 ^aln.   Jgt  to   .ho^line; Na ^ommencing at a' P^ P^! '^menclng   at   a   post   planted   on |«?£HftSJSl
"L^i^i^?"™^^'?" lrlnu.Moenr°?; to   the   point   of   commencement;   said erVatlon  T,   P. _28, .adjoining  L.   76, Section 7, Cortes Isl_and,_ at_ northwest Braneh^anMbout 100 ohains nortt*
ner of Section 2. Township 2   Range1.4, f            ,    ge lsland at entrance to Klas- 40 chains; thence W. 20 chains; thence      Dated  July 24th, 1907,
Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley, thencs k|sh  Inlet   an(1  one  m,ie  distant  from N.  40 chains to shore line;  thence W.   July  27                    FRED.  NEWMAN.
west 40 chains; thence north 80 chains, , t            orth   shore   of   Klaskish to point of commencement
thence east 80 chains;  thence south  40 f ,^ ,        northerly direction, said post       --'     ■■    -
chains;   thenco  west  40  chains;   thence —    •-■
mencement, and   containing   640 acl
more or less.
  No. 54—Commencing at a post pla.
Nr'^USri^PO.t Planted  ^PApifOTJCB that DCqMcDonald  Mn°« jUS'Sa^S^^ ■
lnienus   10  auuiy   _u    ,     .   10ft   _h_,_.   _„_fl,   __j   0a   _h,
chains;  thenoe west 40  chains;  thence ^"-         kea   -w;  ___  Simpson,   south 100 chains W. of the N.W. corner of of Alherinl. B.C.,  intends to apply to ^"^,20 chains north and  so oh
south   40   chains    being   three-quarters  goun,'aary";    thence    80    chains    west: L,  76   T.  p.  28,  marked Edwin Ward's  the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands about  .120.  chains  north aneI  80  ch
of said Section 2.                                       thcnpe  40    chains    north;    thence 160 N.W.   corner   post   to   Claim   No.   2;  and  Works  for  special  licence  to  cut east of the most north westerly, d
. Dated May 18th, 1907.   _ _,       „h.ins   Bft-t.   thence   40   chains   south; thence S. SO chains: thence E. 80 chains;  and  carry  away  timber  from  the   fol- °Li\"7J__ "*,_?&*.effL°_.° -°?_ft.moSn' .1"?
P _
the!
Aug  10
wLminiAwq       chains   east;   thence   40   chains   south;   thence S. SO chains; thence E. 80 chains;  and  carry  away  timber  from  the   fol-  ,nnth Rfl rhfllns- thenpfI west sn Pha
M'.McWILLIAMS,      Ji„"'    _n nhnins, woQt to -noint nf com-    n,_,,.r,  -M    sn     nhntno-     thonpo    w    So  lowlncr doBpr hpd lands, s tuatede Alber-  ?Putn 80 chains, thence west 80 cha.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Frank  Francis
of   Saskatoon,   occupation   Farmer,   intends  tn  Mi-ply  for  permission  to  pur-  Aug 10
chase the following described lands: "
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Section 3, Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 chains',
thence west SO chains; thence south 80
chains  more  or less  to  shore  of Tsin-
thence 80 chains west to point of com*
mencement.
Dated July 14th, 1907.	
W. E. SIMPSON,
per H. M. Fullerton, Agent.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that Herbert M. Ful
lerton, Victoria,  B.C., agent for T.  S.   of commencement
McPherson,   Victoria,   B.C.,   Agent,   in T"   '      	
thence  N.   SO    chains;    thence    W.  80 lowing descrlhed lands, situatede Alber- fhonco north so chains to nnlnt of nt
chains to point of commencement. nl Canal, Clayoquot District: mlnclment'containing 640 acres     *
No. 3—Commencing at a post planted     No.   2—Commencing  at   a   point   on ™e?,lel,ment' containing b40 acres,
100 chains W. of the N.W.   corner of the west  side of Alberni  Canal,   about n-   Bfe-Gommenolne at a nost dIeI
L. 76, marked Edwin Ward's S.E.  cor- half   way   between   Nahmint   and   the ed a^bout 80 Sns dfstant in an e*
ner post to Claim No. 3; thence W. 120 "Monitor" Mine, one and one-half miles ®rlv    dlropflo^,    from    the    Tfakwell
chains to shore line; thence along shore up a small creek known as Muck-a-Muck "ffi?   a'„^   ' linut   4ft  oha ns  north   I
northwesterly  about   60   chains',   thence Creek, commencing   at    the    southwest go oLins east of the most northwl
along  shore    southeasterly    about  160 corner,     running    North    160    chains: ™.™K easto -t tne most northwi
chains; thence south 20 chains to point enst 40 chains; thence south 160 chains EfJ'S go offi?^ thenoe westl
' commencement. along   the   western   boundary   line   of ^ence south bo chains, thence westl
No. 4-Commencing at a post planted T. L. No. 14,244: thence west 40 chains of   commencement   and   containing »
"            corner of to  point   of  commencement,   containing 2Lfi9 ^ro or less         containing
-    cor- in  all 640 acres,  more or les. au(s-  mm0 or *eilS-
S. 80      Located  July  24th,   1907.
thence Aug 10 D, C. McDONALD.
N.   80  chains;  thence E.   80  chains  to
TAKE NOTICE that William Harriot,  f$g uo'ohainS wes^toToi'nt °of flora-   point "ofcommencemint. '   ""   '','._      TAKE NOTICE that D. C  McDonald
of  Winnipeg,  occupation  Grain   Merch-  mencement;  snid  post  being two  miles   . .No., 5—Commencing, at. a post planted of  Alberni., B.C^.   Intends  to  applyto
Dated  Aug.  8,  1907.
NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS.
Aug 10 per Percy D. Hillis, Agl
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
Aug 10
WILLIAM HARRIOT.
ohnlns    south;    thence   160
TAKE NOTICE that
of   St.   Paul,   occupation
to apply for permission t
following described land: ...
Commencing at a post planted south-  Aug 10
 J,1°V™   w„t'   thonce   40   chaons   north; chains; thence N. 40 chains; thence W. south  80 chains: thence west 80 chains east 80 chains; thenee north 80 cha
TT   T    Donnallv   thfno! 80 ch'-ilns east to point of com- 100  chains  to point  of commencement, to   point   of   commencement,   and   con- thence west 80 chains to point of c
,   rinrlr    Intends  mpnpnmen. Staked July 6th, 1007. taining 640 acres, more or less. mencement.
t FnnrPh-iseto      _._?__> Tulv 1'th   1907 Edwin Ward, Locator. Located June 23rd. 1907. Located  May  24th,   1907.
to purchase the      Dated July 1|tVwnRS0N No. 7—Commencing at a post planted D. C. McDONALD. ^§,l|S*5 Wkhn    _       .
T   M   Fullerton   Agent 100 chains W. and 120 chains S. of the      No.  11A—Commencing at  the North- AuglO     GEORGE YOUNG, Agent. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1907.
x3
Social and        *
Personal. __
VICTORIA.
Miss Gladys Turner of Vancouver
staying with friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Furlonger have
turned from their honeymoon from
hgland, which was spent with rela-
Mr. and Mrs. B. Heisterman (nee
rbuckle, have returned from South-
California, where they have been
ending their honeymoon.
* *   *
Miss Adelaide King, who has been
ending the last six weeks on Salt
>ring  Island with  her  sister,  Mrs.
ilson, returned last week.
* *   *
Mr. Herbert Boulton of California,
other.of Mr. Thos. Boulton of Vic-
ria, is visiting friends in the city.
* *   »
Mrs. and Miss Little, Miss Gladys
:rry, Mrs. Mason, Miss J. Lawson,
ss G Irving, went up to Cumber-
id last Tuesday to camp for a few
eks.
* *   *
ast Monday   and   Tuesday   Miss
imerfelt gave a tea and tennis tour-
ment for her girl friends. Among
jse present were Miss Tilton, Miss
Green, Miss B. Irving, Miss M.
tie, Miss G. Perry, Miss Mara, Miss
ula Irving, Miss V. Phipps, Miss
dd, Mrs. J. T. Gillespie, Miss Gil-
pie, Mrs. Genge, Misses Pitts, Miss
Dunsmuir,   Miss   Monteith,   Miss
Mason, Miss H. Peters, Miss A.
gus, Miss T. Drake, Miss P.
erts, Miss Renny, Mrs. Herman
bertson, Mrs. Holland and others,
a was served in shady nook of
lawn.
*•».**
.-Irs. Hickey of Cook Street gave a
rming dance last Tuesday evening,
e supper table was daintily arrang-
with pale pink sweet peas, ferns,
lie   and   candlesticks,   with   pink
des. Thc library was in crimson
eet peas and the refreshment tent,
ch was out on the lawn, was in
k with pink lanterns, strung in
vs across the lawn. Miss Heater
her support were in excellent
rn. Among the invited guests were
ss Johnston, Misses Mason, Miss
wcombe, Miss Drake, Miss Mon-
;h, Miss Heyland, Miss Arbuthnot,
ses Eberts, Miss Goodfellow,
ss P. Mason, Miss E. Brown, Miss
wer, Miss Beanlands, Misses Gau-
Misses Blackwood, Miss Mores-
Miss McKay, Miss Wiggley, Miss
lling, Miss Elting (Spokane), the
ssrs. Ewart, Gore, Monteith, Hag-
-, Wright,    Vien,    Le  Sueur,    E.
wne, J. Browne, MacDougall, B.
ith, Eberts, Mathews, Eves, Bridg-
1, McKay, Rochfort, W. Rochfort,
Macrae,   J. Lawson,   C. Brown,
e, Berrington, Arbuckle, Camfield,
is, Wilby, Berkeley, Meredith,
or, Brae, Mason, C. Brown, A. W.
rvey, E. P. Colley, G. Wallace, J.
din.
hrist Church Cathedral was the
tie of a pretty wedding last Wed-
day morning, the contracting par-
being Mr.  Henry J.  S. Muskett
Miss Winnefred Walker, second
ghter of Mrs. T. G. Walker, of
toria. The ceremony was perform-
by the Lord Bishop of Columbia,
sted by the Rev. Canon Bean-
Is. The bride, who was given
y by her mother, wore a lovely
5s of ivory silk trimmed with
niton lace, real lace veil with
age blossoms and carried a bou-
t of white roses. The brides-
ds, Miss T. Walker, Miss Bulwer,
s McCallum, and Miss Rochfort,
e daintily attired in pale blue flow-
1 organdies over blue, straw hats
h pale blue ribbons, bound at the
, and plue Empire sashes. The
om was supported by his brother,
E. C. Muskett, and Mr. J. Mus-
ve.    An   informal   reception   was
at the residence of Mrs. Walker,
:re only the relatives and intimate
nds sat down to the wedding
ikfast.    Among  those  invited   to
church   were   Mr.   and   Mrs.   T.
berton, Mr. S. Roberts, Miss
nwall, Mrs. Perrin, Mrs. Bean-
Is, Mrs. Arundel, Mrs. Sterling,
. Bulwer, Miss Galletly, Col. and
. Wolfenden, Mrs. McBride, Mrs.
Ilcross, Mrs. Beaven, Miss Hol-
, Mrs. Luxton, Miss McKay, Mrs.
Miss Brown, Mrs. Baker, Miss
)ham, Miss Eberts, Miss L.
rts, Miss Newcombe, Miss Mon-
1, Mrs. Stevenson, the Misses
on, Miss Tilton, Mrs. Blaiklock,
. Gillespie, Miss Musgrave, Mrs.
belt and  Miss  Cobbett,  Miss  T.
c, Mrs. Hasell, Miss Green, Mr.
Mrs. McCallum, Mrs. and Miss
;on, Miss A. Angus, Mr. Bridge-
Mr.   Lawson,    Mrs.   Galletty,
and Miss Wake, Mr. Berrington,
Irving, Miss Bain, Miss Renny,
M.   Dunsmuir,    Mr.    Bromley,
Rochfort, and others.
Minstrels will be the feature at
Gorge Park for three nights, beginning Wednesday next. The talent is
all local and the show is being presented under the direction of James
W. Evans.
NOTICE Is hereby given mat 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner onf Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry timber from the following described  lands  In  Rupert  District:
3. Commencing at a post planted on
Friday Island, Thlaskino Inlet, and at
the northwest corner of my claim No.
2, marked No. 3 N.E. corner, thence -40
chains south; thence 160 chains west;
thence 40 chains north; thence 160
chains east along salt water to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres.
Staked April 24th, 1907.
AUG. G. DEHLIN.
Aug 10 H. SHERBERG, Agent.
DISTRICT OF RUPERT.
TAKE NOTICE that Roland D. Craig,
of Vancouver, occupation Forester, Intends to apply for a speciol timber licence over the following described lands:
No. 8—Commencing at a post planted
20 chains south and SO chains west
from the southwest corner of R. D.
Craig's Location No. 7; west fork of
Adams River, and 33 chains south of
a blazed tree on Adams River and three
and one-quarter miles southwest from
the southwest corner L. 222; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chatns;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains.
Dated July 22, 1907.
No. 9—Commencing at a post planted
40 chains west and 20 chains north
from the southwest corner of R. D.
Craig's Location No. 8, West Fork
Adams River and on the south side of
Adams River, three and one-half miles
southwest from the southwest corner
L. 222; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 40 chains; thence south 120 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 40
chains; thence east 40 chains.
Dated July 22, 1907.
No. 10—Commencing at a post planted
at the Interior Angle of R. D. Craig's
Location No. 9, West Fork Adams
River, three and one-half mlles southwest from the southwest corner of L.
222; thence west 80 chains; thence south
120 chains; thence east 40 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 40 chains.
Dated July 23,  1907.
No. 11—Commencing at a post planted
40 chains west from the southwest corner of R. D. Craig's Location No. 10,
West Forks Adams River, flve and one-
half miles southwest from the southwest corner of L. 222; thence west 40
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 40 chains; thence north 40 chains',
thence east 40 chains; thence south 80
chains;  thence west 40 chains.
Dated July 24, 1907.
No. 12—Commencing at a post planted
80 chains west from the southwest corner of R. D. Craig's location No. 11,
West Fork Adams River, seven miles
southwest from the southwest corner
L. 222; thence east 40 chains; thence
north 60 chains; thence east 40 chains;
thence south 110 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 50 chains.
Dated July 25, 1907.
No. 13—Commencing at a post planted 80, chains west from the southwest
corner of R. D. Craig's location No.
11, West Fork Adams River, and seven
miles from the southwest corner of L.
222; thence north 40 chains: thence west
80 chains; thence south 120 chains;
thence east 40 chains', thence north SO
chains.
Dated July 26,  1907.
Aug 10 ROLAND D. CRAIG.
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Gray, of
Chatham, Ont., occupation Manufacturer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of section 17, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence south SO chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north SO chains;
thence east SO chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 17,
township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
Julv 27 ROBERT GRAY.
Pantage's
Theatre
JOHNSON STREET
VICTORIA, B. C.
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
OPEN MONDAY, AUG. 12TH
Matinee, 3 p.m.    Evening shrdlu
Matinee—3 p.m.
Evening—7. 30 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Prices—
Matinees—10c to all parts of the
house.
Evenings—ioc and 20c; Box 30c.
FOR    WEEK    COMMENCING
AUGUST 12TH.
MISS SCHOFIELD
Violinist.
NON-PAREIL DUO
Juvenile Sketch Artists.
E. C. STRYCKLAND
Musical Rube.
SOUTHERN QUARTETTE
Canadian Singers and Dancers.
LAMBETTI'S TRAINED ALLIGATORS.
TOMMY LE ROSE
Song Illustrator.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
TAKE NOTICE that William C. Allen,
of London, Ont., occupation Manager,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 18, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 18, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 WILLIAM C. ALLEN.
TAKE NOTICE that Mabel Mansfield
of Kenora, Ontario, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 19, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 ohains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being section 19,
township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 MABEL MANSfrlELD,
TAKE NOTICE that Edward R. Smith
of Chatham, Ont., occupation Agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of section 20, township
13, range 5, Poudrlere Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being section 20, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
July 27 EDWARD   R.   SMITH.
DISTRICT OF COAST
TAKE NOTICE that C. G. Cowan, of
Kamloops, occupation Rancher, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described land in Nechaco Valley, near Fraser Lake:—
Commencing at a post planted about
20 chains north and 80 chains east of
Richard Godman's southeast corner
marked C. G. Cowan S E corner; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence east to
point of commencement, containing 640
acres, for grazing purposes.
Date June 30th, 1907.
Aug. 3 C. G. COWAN.
DISTRICT OF COAST.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur Godman,
of Kamloops, occupation Rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desoribed land, in
Nechaco Valley, near Fraser Lake: —
Commencing at a post planted at Sydney Godman's southeast corner, marked
Arthur Godman's northeast corner;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
east to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, for grazing purposes.
Date June 30th, 1907.
ARTHUR GODMAN,
Aug. 3 Per C. G. COWAN.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that E. A. Haswell of
Vancouver, B.C., Lumberman, and A.
Lloyd and O. Hoist of Campbell River,
Lumbermen, intend to apply for a special timber licence over the following
described lands:
1—Commencing at a stake planted at
the S.E. corner of Pulp Lease 222, running S 80 chains, W 80 chains; N 80
chains; E 80 chains to poitn of commencement.
2.—Commencing at a stake planted
at the S.E. corner of Pulp Lease 222,
running S. SO chains; E. 80 chains; N.
80 chains; W. 80 chains to point of
commencement.
3—Commencing at a post planted at
the S.E. corner of Pulp Lease 222, running E. 80 chains; N. 80 chains; W. 80
chains; S. 80 chains to post of commencement.
4—Commencing at a post planted 80
chains N. and 80 chains E. of S. E.
corner of Pulp Lease 222, running 80
chains N.| 80 chains W; 80 chains S,
and 80 chains E to point of commencement.
5—Commencing at a stake about 80
chains due E. from the S.E. corner of
Pulp Lease 222; running 80 chains S.;
80 chains E.; 80 chains N.; 80 chains
W. to post of commencement.
6—Commencing at a stake about 80
chains due east from the S.E. corner
of Pulp Lease 222, running 80 chains N;
80 chains E.; SO chains S.; 80 chains W.
to post of commencement.
7—Commencing at a stake planted 80
chains E; and 80 chains S. of S.E. corner of Pulp Lease 222, running S. SO
chains; E. 80 chains; N. SO chains; W.
80 chains to post of commencement.
8—Commencing at a stake planted 80
chains E. and 80 chains S. of S.E. corner of Pulp Lease 222, running S. 80
chains; W. 80 chains; N. SO chains;
E.  SO chains to post of commencement.
9—Commencing at a stake planted 80
chains E. and 160 chains S. of S. E.
corner of Pulp Lease 222, running S. SO
chains; E. SO chains; N. SO chains; W.
80 chains; W. SO chains to place of
commencement.
10—Commencing at a stake 80 chains
E. and 160 chains S. of S.E. corner of
Pulp Lease 222, running S. SO chains;
W. SO ehains; N. SO chains; E. 80 chains
to place of commencement.
11—Commencing at a stake planted 80
chains W. from S.E. corner of Pulp
Lease 222, running S. 80 chains; thence
W. 80 chains; thence N. 80 chains;
thence E. 80 chains along south lino of
P. L. 222, to point of commencement.
12—Commencing at a stake planted
160 chains W. of S.E. corner of Pulp
Lease 222, running S. 80 chains; thence
W. 80 chains; thence N 80 chains; thence
E. 80 chains along S. line of P. L. 222,
to point  of commencement.
13—Commencing at a stake planted
80 chains S. of the S. line of Pulp Lease
222, on the west branch of the N. E.
branch of the Adams River, running
S. 80 chains; thence E. 80 chains; thence
N. 80 chains; thence W. 80 chains to
point of commencement.
14—Commencing at a stake planted 80
chains S. of the S. line of Pulp Lease
222 on the west branch of the N. E.
branch of the Adams River, running S.
80 chains; thence W. SO chains; thence
N. 80 chains; thence E. 80 chains to
point of commencement.
15—Commencing at a stake planted
160 chains south of the southern line of
Pulp Lease 222 on the western branch
of the N. E. branch of the Adams River,
running S. 80 chains; thence W. 80
chains; thence N. 80 chains; thence E.
80 chains to point of commencement.
16—Commencing at a stake planted
160 chains south of the southern line of
Pulp Lease 222, on the west branch of
the N.E. branch of Adams River, running S. 80 chains; E. 80 chains; thence
N. 80 chains; thence W. 80 chains to
point  of commencement.
17—Commencing at a stake planted
240 chnins south of the south line of
Puin Lease on the west branch of the
N.E. branch of Adams River, running
S. 80 chains; thence W. 80 chains;
thence N. SO chains: thence E. 80 chains
to point of commencement.
IS—Commencing at a stake planted
240 chains south of the S. line of Pulp
Lease 222, on the west branch of the
N.E. branch of Adams River; running
S. 80 chains; thence E. 80 chains; thence
N. 80 chains; thence W SO chains to
point of commencement.
Staked July 22nd,  1907.
E. A. HASWELL,
A. LLOYD.
Aug. 3 O. HOLST,  Locator.
NECHACO LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that H. O. Mickel-
borg, of Helena, Montana, Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted one-half
mile north of the southwest corner of
Sec. 8, Tp. 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 40
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 40 chains;
thence north 40 chains; thence west 40
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 480 acres, more or less, and
being three-quarters of Section 8, Tp.
2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey.
Dated  May  23rd,   1907.
Aug 3 H. O. MICKELBORG.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Clayoquot.
TAKE NOTICE that Richard Clarke,
of Alberni, Lumberman, intends to apply for a special timber licence over
the following described lands, situated
in Clayoquot District:
No. 1—Starting from a post planted
at the head of Two River Arm and on
the southeast corner of Charles Taylor's Timber Limit No. 1; thence west
100 chains; thence south 60 chains;
thence east 110 chains; thence north 40
chains, more or less, to the lake; thence
along shore of lake to post of commencement.
July 6th, 1907.
RICHARD  CLARKE.
No. 2—Starting from a post planted
on the south boundary of Lot 1, and
30 chains west from the southeast corner of said lot; thence south 40 chains;
thence west 60 chains; thence south 40
chains; thence west 60 chains: thence
north 80 chains; thence east 110 chains,
more or less, to post of commencement.
July   5th,   1907.
Aug 3 RICHARD CLARKE.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Clayoquot.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 1—Commencing at a post planted
alongside of a post marked W an H and
at the northeast corner of timber limit
No. 72 and 12 chains S E from the 94-
mile post on the boundary line of the
Esquimalt and Nanaimo R. R. Land
Grant, thence west 120 chains; thence
north 60 chains; thence east to the E.
and N. boundary line; thence south east
along said line to post of commencement, containing 540 acres more or less.
Located  and  Staked  July  19th,  1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 2—Commencing at a post planted
5 chains north from the Upper Ash
River and 100 chains west from the
95i/.-mlle post on the E. & N. R.R. Land
Grant boundary line; thence south 64
chains; thence west 100 chains; thence
north 64 chains; thence east 100 to post
of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Located and Staked July 20th, 1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE.
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 3—Commencing at a post planted
20 chains more or less west of the south
east corner of timber limit No. 2, and
on the south boundary line of said timber limit; thence south 64 chains; thence
west 100 chains; thence north 64 chains;
thence east 100 chains to post of commencement, containing 600 acres, more
or less.
Located and Staked July 20th, 1907.
Date July 29th.  1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE.
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
No. 4—Commencing at a post planted
about 20 chains east from the southwest
corner of Timber Limit No. 3 and on
or about the south boundary line of
said lot and 30 chains more or less below the first forks on Upper Ash River,
thence east 60 chains; thence south 60
ehains; thence west 40 chains; thence
south 40 chains; thence west 60 chains;
thence north 60 chnins; thence east 40
chains; thence north 40 chains to post
of commencement.
Located and Staked July 20th, 1907.
Date July 29th,   1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE.
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 5—Commencing at a post planted
at the southwest corner of Timber Limit
No. 3; thenco west 100 chains; thence
north 64 chains; thence east 100 chains
to the northwest corner of lot No. .1;
thence south to post of beginning and
containing 640 acros, more or less.
Located and Staked July 22nd, 1907.
' Date July 29th. 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE.
Au&- 3 _      RICHARD  CLARKE.	
""TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, Intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—*
No. 6—Commonclng at a post planted
at the lower end of Deep Lake, thence
east 20 chains more or less to the northwest corner of Lot No. 5; thence south
40 chains; thence west 100 chains;
thence north 60 chains; thence west 40
ohalns; thonce north 60 chains to south
shore of Deep Lake: thence south- east-
erlv  to  post  of  beginning.
Located nnd Staked July 22nd, 1907.
Date July 29th. 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE.
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Procter, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke nnd Richard
Clarke. Lumbermen. Intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 7—Commencing at a post planted
on the south shore of Deep Lake and
40 chains from the head and on or about
the northwest corner of Lot No. 6;
thence south 60 chains; thence west 90
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 40 chains more or less to head of
Deep Lake; thence southeast along shore
to post of commencement.
Located and  Staked July  22nd,  1907.
Date July  29th,  1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 8—Commencing at a post planted
on the north shore of Deep Lake and
about 60 chains from the lower end;
thence north 100 chains; thence west
110 chains; thence south 40 chains',
thence east 10 chains, more or less, to
head of Deep Lake; thence easterly along
north shore to post of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located and Staked July 22nd, 1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 9—Commencing at a post planted
on the north shore of Deep Lake and
20 chains more or less from the lower
end, thence east 40 chains', thence north
100 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 50 chains more or less to
Deep Lake; thence south easterly alonf
north shore to post of beginning.
Located and Staked July 22nd, 1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that. Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, Intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 10—Commencing at a post planted
20 chains east from the northeast corner of Timber Limit No. 9; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east SO chains
to post of commencement.
Located and Staked July 23rd, 1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 11—-Commencing at a post planted
50 chains more or less from the southeast corner of Timber Limit No. 10
and on tho East boundary line of said
limit; thence north 160 chains; thence
oast 40 chains to the 100-mile post on
the Esquimalt and Nanaimo R. R. Land
Grant boundary line; thence south 160
chains; thence west 40 chains to post
of commencement.
Located and Staked July 23rd, 1907.
Date July  29th,  1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 12*—Commencing at a post planted
at the 98% -mile post on the boundary
line of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo R.
R. Land Grant; thence south 40 chains;
thence west 80 chains to the east boundary line of Timber Limit No. 11; thence
north 100 chains more or less to the
E. and N. Boundary line; thence southeast along said line to post of beginning.
Located  and  Staked  July  24th,  1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL  CLARKE,
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur P. Proctor, of Vancouver, occupation Doctor of
Medicine, and Daniel Clarke and Richard
Clarke, Lumbermen, intend to apply for
a special timber licence over the following described lands:—
No. 13—Commencing at a post planted
about 50 chains east from the southwest
corner of Limit No. 7; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west SO chains
to post of beginning.
Located  and  Staked  July  25th,  1907.
Date July 29th, 1907.
ARTHUR   P.   PROCTOR.
DANIEL CLARKE.
Aug. 3 RICHARD  CLARKE.
CLAYOQUOT  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Alberni.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry M. Hillis
of Victoria, occupation Timber Merchant, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described
lands:—
No. 21—Commencing at a post planted
about one and one-quarter miles east
from eastern shore of Warn Bay and
one and unc-half miles from Its head
an-1 60 chains oast from a post on the
north and south line of 627; thenco
east 60 chains; thence south 100 chains;
thence west 60 cliains; thenco north 100
chains to noint of commencement.
Hate   Julv   20th,   1907.
HARRY M. HILLIS.
Aug. 3 WILLIAM J. STONE, Agent.
ALBERNI  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Clayoquot.
NOTICE Is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, we Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following
desoribed lnnds:
No. II—Commencing at a post planted
about two miles from the head of
Sproat Lake and at the boundary line of
AV and H's Timber Limit No. 74, and
about one-half mile from the left or
south bank of Taylor River; thence running south 60 chnols; thence west 100
chains; thence north 60 chains to boundary line of W. and H.'s Timber Limit
No. 74; thence east 100 chains to point
of commencement.
Located July 24th, 1907.
W. LINDSAY,
D.   McKENZIE.
No. 12—Commencing at a post planted
about six mlles from the head of Sproat
Lake at the western boundary line of
W. and H.'s tlmher limit No. 74. and
ahout one-half mile from the left or
south bank of Tavlor River; thence running south 100 chains: thence east 80
chains; thence north 69 chains; thence
west 40 cbnlns; thonce north 40 chnins;
thonce west 40 chains to point of commencement.
Located July 22nd. 1907.
W, LINDSAY.
Aug. 3 D.  McKENZIE. H
THE WEEK, STURDAY AUGUST io, 1907
The Lumber Trust.
(Continued from Page Nine)
ably less than can be obtained by
loggers if they choose to go to the
mainland. It is also proved to be
erroneous by the fact that there is an
over-production in the industry, which
has necessitated the closing down of
many logging camps by the Lumber
Association. It was stated that as
many as 58 camps had recently been
closed down. It was further explained that thc high rate of wages
paid to the loggers was mainly due
to the loggers realising the great pro-
lit which lumber capitalists were making through labour-saving machinery,
and hauling improvements used in an
up-to-date logging camp, and in the
saw-mills.
On the other hand disinterested
parties regard this action of the loggers in demanding an ever-increasing
higher rate of wage as a proof that
that thc capitalists are wise enough to
accede to the request of their employees in order that they may more
easily persuade the public into thinking that the price of labour is responsible for the present prices in
the lumber market.
It is admitted that "shortage of
cars" may be pleaded by the lumbermen. That some may plead that this
year they are so many hundreds of
cars short. That they have been unable to get their timber away. Some
are even urging that the preparation
for the gathering in of the harvest in
the Northwest will answer for the
closing down of mills. The C. P. R.
are now awake to this old cry of
wolf. They are meeting the cry
wherever it occurs with the result that
coal, mineral, and lumbermen have
to cry "enough" in the individual
cases where the C. P.R. have taken
action. The proprietor says or writes
to the C. P. R- "stop sending cars."
Shortage of cars is not the cause,
nor is shortage of labour, nor price
of labour. The cause lies with the
combine.
The logging industry fourteen years
ago had no outlet. There was no
open market. When, however, the
prices were $7 a thousand for rough
lumber and logs $3.50 per thousand,
as compared to $14 at present for lumber and logs $to, there was a profit
in the industry.
It may also be said that four years
ago there was no export trade in any
real sense of the word.
It is also true to say that four years
ago big mills were financed by the
banks. At that time they were saved
from bankruptcy by the people's
money. Nay, even three years ago the
lumbermen were on the verge of
ruin.
Since this period lumbering has become a great and prosperous industry.
The increasing population of the Province has found remunerative employment in the logging camps, the expert trade has opened out, and foreign markets are now receiving the
products of British Columbia mills.
The great Northwest and the Middle
West are constantly making demands
for more lumber, which can always
bc supplied as transport facilities permit on the lines of the great railways.
Thc introduction of labour-saving appliances, the use of the logging railroads more than counter-balance any
increase in the rate of wages, and
lumber can bc produced as cheaply
as when oxen were employed to haul
it out of the forest.
The argument that lumber should
bc placed onthc market at a cheaper
rate than at present does not end
here. It should be more reasonable
in price because where one tree was
taken out years ago, ten are now
taken out on the same road. This is
proved by the fact that old leases and
old logging camps havc been reopened, and that the land in many
places has been re-loggcd twice over.
There is, therefore, when everything is considered, no reason for the
present action of this combine in raising the price of the most essential raw
material of commerce to a prohibitive level.
The duty of the authorities is therefore clear. Let them check thc danger   before    it    reaches   proportions
which they will be powerless to deal
with. Let them limit the power of
extortion. Let them fix a sliding
scale for the sale of the staple raw
material of commerce. Let them prohibit such a rate of interesi being exacted on the raw material as must
necessarily cripple all other industries
dependent upon the lumber trade;
Moreover as with strikes so with
this monopoly should any attempt be
made to circumvent the due safeguarding of public interests as laid
down in a sliding scale, let a court of
arbitration decide the question of first
cost and profits of industry in the
regular manner. Let such a court be
composed of representatives of the
lumber trade, a skilled architect, and
a builder and contractor. Let them
examine the pay rools and check thc
separate items of the time bills for
labour done day by day and not merely the average statement of so much
labour and so much cost divided
amongst so many men employed; for
this is misleading, and figures can be
averaged to prove any point, either a
high or an apparently low average
from the same figures, and let there
be a practical representative of the
various trades and also one or more
skilled men working in the logging
camps and in the saw-mills. The
Lands and Works Department should
also be represented on the arbitration board.
In this way every precaution would
be taken to prevent injustice being
done to the vested interests of capital, while at the same time abuse of
power on the part of monopolists
would be curtailed if not actually done
away with.
EDUCATIONAL.
ST. ANDREW'S
COLLEGE
TORONTO
A Residential and Day School for Boys
TAKE NOTICB that William R. Lan-
den, of Chatham, Ont., occupation, Manufacturer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 21, township
13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valleye; thence south 80 chains; thence
east SO chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 21,
township  13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7th,  1907.
July 27 WILLIAM B. LANDEN.
TAKE NOTICE that P. Isbester of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation Agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land;
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of section 22, township
13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 22,
township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
Date June  5th,  1907.
July 27 P. ISBESTER.
TAKE NOTICE that Susan Smith, of
Cranbrook, B. C, occupation Married
Woman, intends to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 23, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 23, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 5, 1907.
July 27 SUSAN SMITH.
TAKE NOTICE that B. Berkland, of
Minneapolis, Minn., occupation Agent,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of section 24, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 24, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 5, 1907.
July 27 B. BERKLAND.
TAKE NOTICE that Louise Brunner,
of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation spinster,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of section 25, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Neehaeo
Valley; thence west 40 chains; thence
north 40 chains; thence east 40 chains;
thence south 40 chains to point of commencement, and being the southeast
quarter of section 25, township 13, range
5,  Poudrier Survey.
Date June 5, 1907.
July 27 LOUISE BRUNNER.
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of section 32, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence north 80 ohains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 a-:res,
more or less, and being secatlon 32,
township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
July 27 HATTIE HAR1U3.
southwest corner of section 7, township
13, range 0, Poudrier survey, Nechaco
Valley; tnence north 80 challis; thencel
west an chains; tiience soulh 80 chains; I
tnence east _. chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date June a, 1907.
Juiy   il ROBERT   K.   COWAN.
TAKE NOTICE that Jaoez Harris, of
Cranbrook, B.C., occupation Merchant,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lanu:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 33, township
13, range 6, Poudrier Survey; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more cr less, and
being said section 33, townshi d 13, range
5, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
Jl5   27 JABEZ HARRIS.
TAKE NOTICE that L. Flanigan, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation Agent, intends to aply for permission to purchase
the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of the northwest quarter of section 24, township 4, range ',
Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valloy; thence
south 40 chains; thence west 40 chains;
thence north 40 chains; thence east 40
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 160 acres, more or less, and
being the northwest quarter of section 24, township 4, range 4, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June Sth, 1907.
July  27 L.   FLANIGAN.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry Collins, of
Chatham, Ontario, occupation gentleman, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains north of the southwest corner
of section 26, township 4, range 4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence
north 40 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 40 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 320 acres, more or less, and
being the north half of said section 26,
township  4,  range  4,  Poudrier  Survey.
Date June 6, 1907.
July 27 HARRY COLLINS.
Handsome New Buildings. Larg*
Athletic Field. Careful Oversight in
every Department. First Class Staff.
Lower and Upper School. Boys prepared for the Universities and Business.
Calendar sent on Request.
Rev. D. Bruce Macdonald, M.A.,LL.D<
Princlpnl
AUTUMN   TERM   COMMENCES
SEPTEMBER 11TH 1907.
TAKE NOTICE that Ruth Smith of
Cranbrook, B.C., occupation, Married
Woman, intends to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 26, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 26, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 6, 1907.
July 27 RUTH SMITH.
UPPER CANADA
COLLEGE  TORONTO
Autumn Term begins Wednesday, Sept. 11th.
Examinations   for   Entrance    Scholarships,
Saturday, Sept. 14th.
Courses for University, Royal Military College, and Business.
The Regular Staff comprises lSgraduates of
English and Canadian Universities, with additional special instructors.
Senior and Preparatory Schools in separate
buildings. Every modern equipment. Fifty
acres of ground, 4 Rinks, Gymnasium, Swim*
ining Hnth, etc.
Entrance Scholarships for both rosident and
day pupils. Special scholarships for sons of old
pupils.
Successes last Year: 2 University Scholarships ; 10 first-class honors; lo passes; B passoa
into tlio Royal Military College.
H. W. AUDEN, M.A. (Cambridge), Principal.
ST. ALBAN'S
BROCKVILLE, ONT.
An English Boarding School for Boys
Headmaster:
Rev. F. Graham, Orchard, M. A.,
Cambridge.
Special preparation for R.M.C.,
Kingston (3rd place gained in 1906,
5th place in 1907), and thc universities (three successes at McGill Matriculation, June, 1907). Strong staff
of English graduates. Chemical laboratory, gymnasium, manual training room.
TAKE NOTICE that Agnes Byers, of
Saskatoon, Sask., Wife of Newton C.
Byers, occupation Real Estate Agent,
intends to aply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of section 27, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
aores, more or less, and being section
27, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 5, 1907.
July 27 AGNES BYERS.
TlAKE NOTICE that Thomas B. Stark
of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation accountant, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about
2 miles west of the southwest corner of
section 19, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 THOMAS B. STARK.
TAKE NOTICE  that John W.  Mcintosh,    of    .London,    Ontario,    ocupation!
Cleric,  intends to apply for permission]
to   purchase    the   following   described!
land: I
Commencing at a post planted about I
2 miles west of the southwest corner of I
section 7, township 13, range 6, Poudrier I
Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north I
80 chains; tnence east 80 chains; thencel
south 80 chains; thence west SO chains J
to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July   27 JOHN  W.   McINTOSH.
TAKE  NOTICE  that Luke  Kelly,  ofl
Chatham,   Ont.,   occupation   Agent,   intends  to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at thel
northwest corner of section 7, township I
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco!
Valley; thence south 80 chains; thencel
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;!
thence east SO chains to point of com-1
mencement, and containing 640 acres, I
more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 LUKE  KELLY.
TAKE NOTICE that William H. Wil-I
son, of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation!
Merchant, intends to apply for permis-l
sion to purchase the following describ-l
ed land: I
Commencing at a post planted twol
miles west of the south-west corner off
section 19, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thencel
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;L
thence south 80 chains; thence east 80|
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 WILLIAM H. WILSON.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur J. Brad-I
ley, of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation!
Merchant, intends to apply for permis-!
sion to purchase the following described
land: ■
Commencing at a post planted at tha
southwest corner of section 19, town-l
ship 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Ne-I
chaco Valley; thence north 80 chains!
thence west 80 chains; thence south 80]
chains; thence east 80 chains to poind
of commencement, containing 640 acres]
more or less.
Date June 9,  1907.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 ARTHUR J. BRADLEY|
TAKE NOTICE that Florence MacLeod, of Cranbrook, B.C. occupation
Milliner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 18, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 FLORENCE MACLEOD.
TAKE NOTICE that Percy Chapman
of Cranbrook. B.C., occupation Bartender, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Comenclng at a post planted about 2
miles in a westerly direction from the
southwest corner of section 6, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to poltn of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less. 1
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 PERCY CHAPMAN.
TAKE NOTICE that Benjamin Shoup
of Chatham, Ontario, occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 28, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being section
2S, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
July 27 BENJAMIN SHOUP.
TAKE NOTICE that Charles C. Greening, of Chatham, Ontario, occupation
Machinist, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of section 29, township
]3, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 29,
township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
July 27 CHARLES  C.  GREENING.
TAKE NOTICE that Hanah Kershaw
of Fort Steele, B.C., occupation Widow,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest rorner of section 30, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco, Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west SO chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 30, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
July 27 HANNAH KERSHAW.
TAKE NOTICE that Clarence Washington of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation
Musician, intends to aply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 31, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley: thence north 80 chains;
tiience east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 31, township 13, range 6, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 7, 1907.
July 27      CLARENCE WASHINGTON.
TAKE NOTICE that Hattie Harris, of
.     ,      r        _. _     ,        .  Cranbrook,    B.C.,    occupation    Married
Apply    for    Prospectus,    Book   ot woman. Intends to apply for permission
Views, etc., to THE HEADMASTER. 11t°n£urchase   the   fol,owlne   described
TAKE NOTICE that Margaret MacLeod, of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation
milliner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted about 2
miles in a westerly direction from the
southwest corner of section 6, township
13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 MARGARET MACLEOD.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry K. Futa,
of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation farmer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 30, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
Date June 7, 1907.
July  27 HARRY K.  FUTA.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
District of Renfrew.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph N. Brit-I
ten, of Ballarad, Washington, occupation!
Dealer in Timber Lands, intends to apl
ply for a special timber licence oven
the following described  lands: J
1. Commencing at a post planted 20
chains of the quarter corner on the!
south side of Section 6, Township 2|
marked J .N. Britten's N. E. corner clain
No. 6; thence west along line of tim-1
ber limit No. 51, 50 chains; thence southT
along the line of timber limit No. 51]
80 chains; thence west along the Una
of timber limit No. 51, 20 chains; thenca
south along the line of timber limit Nol
51, 20 chains; to a claim advertised irl
B.C. Gazette by Malcolm Known ai
Claim No. 5; thence east along line o_f
above mentioned claim 70 chains; thenca
north 100 chains to point of commence*!
ment.
July 27 JOSEPH N. BRITTEN.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that LeRov E. Clark.
of St. Paul, Minn., occupation,  Gentle!
man, Intends to apply for permission tl
purchase the following described landl
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   al
northwest corner of Section  6,  Townl
ship 34; thence east 80 chains;  thenci
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chain_f
thence north 80 chains, to point of con
mencement,  containing 640  acres morl
or less.
D. D. McPHAIL.
Agent for LeRoy E. Clark.
July   8th,   1907. Jy2l
TAKE NOTICE that Robert S. Aiklns,
of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation Merchant, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about
2 miles in a westerly section 19, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 ROBERT S. AIKINS.
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander Stuart
of London, Ontario, occupation Solicitor,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about
2 miles west of the southwest corner
of section 19, township 13, range 5,
Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less.
Date June 9, 1907.
July 27 ALEXANDER STUART.
TAKE NOTICE that James L. Grant,
of Goderich, Ontario, ocupation Customs
Office, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 31, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survev, Nechaco
Valley; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thece south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date June 7, 1907.        _ .    „.„_
July 27 JAMES L. GRANT.
TAKE NOTICE that Robert K. Cowan,
of London, Ontario, occupation Solicitor,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about
2 miles in a westerly direction from the
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Russell   Lynl
Fairburn, of St. Paul, Minn., occupation
Gentleman, intends to apply for permlA
sion to purchase the following describe!
land: ■
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   _,
southeast eorner of Section  36,  Town
ship 36; thence west 80 chains: thend
north 80 chains; thenee east 80 chains!
thence south 80 chains, to point of com
mencement, containing 640  acres mon
or less.
D. D. Mr-THAfL.
Agent for Russell Lynn Fairburn. 1
July 8th, 1907. jyd
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that William Geord
Bissell, of Minneapolis, Minn., occupa
tion, Gentleman, intends to apply fd
permission to purchase the followir
described land:
Commencir" at a post planted b
southwest corner of Section 31, Town
ship 33; thence east 80 chains: thenoj
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chainl!
thence south 80 chains, to point i\
commencement, containing 640 acra
more or less.
D. D. McPHAIL. -
Agent for William George Bissell.
July   8th,   1907. Jyd
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE tint Oenrge AlexaJ
der Gardner, of Winnipeg, Man., occupl
tion, Salesman, intends to apnly for pe]
mission to purchase the following dl
scribed land:
Commencing at a post planted ..
northeast corner of Section 25. Towl
ship 36; thence west 80 chains; thenl
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chainl
thence north 80 chains, to point of corf
mencement, containing 640 aores mol
Or less.
p  r-  'TpT>HAIT_.
Agent for George Alexander GardneH
July  8th,  1907. Jyi
NOTICE is hereby given that thirl
days after date I Intend to apply to tl
Hon. Chief Commissioner nf Lands al
Works for a licence to prospeot for col
on the following described lands:        t
Commencing at a post planted at tl
southwest corner of the claim of J. 1
Oraham, being about three miles soul
of the south shore nf Skidegate Tnlif
opposite the old Cnwcrltz mine, Grahal
Tsland, Queen Charlotte Islands Grouf
thence north 80 chains, west 80 chairl
south 80 chains, east 80 chains, bank I
the place of commencement, contalnlil
640 acres.
Located this 15th day of June, A
1907.
W. B. RYAN.
Jy27 A. A. McPHATL, An.A
_ THE WEEK, SATURDAY AUGUST io, 1907.
15
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands:—
1. Beginning at a post marked "northeast corner," placed at a point two miles
south from the north shore of Lyell
Island, and about opposite the west end
of Dog Island; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains;   thence  east  80  chains  to  the
I place of beginning.
2. Beginning at a post marked "noth-
east corner," placed at a point about
two miles south from the north shore
of Lyell Island, and about one and a
quarter miles west of the west end of
Dog Island; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 Chains to the
place of beginning.   .
3. Beginning at a post marked "noth-
east corner," placed at a point about
two miles south from the north shore
of Lyell Island, and about two and a
quarter miles west of the west end of
Dog Island; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to place
of   beginning.
Dated July 17th, 1907.
July 27 C. G. JOHNSTONE.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands, situate on Lyell Island;
1. Beginning at a post planted on the
north shore of Lyell Island, opposite
about the centre of the south shore Dog
Island, marked "north-east corner,"
running south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
easterly along the shore line to the place
of beginning. .    , „    _,
2. Beginning at a post marked "noth-
east corner," placed on the north shore
of Lyell Island, about opposite the west
end of Dog Island, running south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence easterly along
the shore to the place of beginning.
3. Beginning at a post marked "northeast corner." placed on the north shore
of Lyell Island, about one and a quarter
miles west of the west end of Dog
Island, running south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence easterly along the shore to the
place of beginning.
4. Beginning at a post marked "northeast corner," placed on the north shore
of Lyell Island, about two and one-
quarter miles west of the west end of
Dog Island; running south 80 chains;
thence west SO chains; thence north 80
chains; thence easterly along the shore
to the place of beginning.
5. Beginning at a post marked "northeast  corner,"   placed   at  a  point  about
one mile south from the north shore of
Lyell   Island,  about  opposite  centre  of
the  south  side  of Dog Island;  thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence east 80
Ichains to place of beginning.
I    6. Beginning at a post marked "north-
least   corner,"   placed  at   a  point  about
lone mile south from the north shore of
ILyell   Island,   and  about   opposite   the
Iwest end of Dog Island; thence south 80
Ichains;   thence west   80  chains;   thence
{north  SO chains; thence east 80 chains
Ito the place of beginning.
I    7. Beginning at a post marked 1'north-
least  corner," placed at a point about
lone  mile  south  from  the  north  shore
lof  Lyell  Island,  and  about one and  a
(quarter miles west of the west end of
IDog  Island;   thence   south   80   chains;
Ithence west SO chains; thence north 80
[chains;   thence   east   80  chains   to   the
Iplace of beginning.
I    8. Beginning at a post marked "north-
least   corner,"   placed  at  a  point  about
lone mile south from the north shore of
lLyell Island, and  about two and one-
Iquarter miles west of the west end of
IDog   Island;   thence   south   80   chains;
Ithence west 80 chains; thence north 80
Ichains; thence east 80 chains; more or
■less; to the place of beginning.
Dated  July  17th,   1907.
M. J. G. WHITE,
|ju!y27 C. G. JOHNSTONE, Agent.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
ifter date, I intend to apply to the
Ion. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
,.(forks for a special licence to cut and
.arry away timber from the following
described lands, situate on Lyell Island:
Beginning at a post marked "north-
East corner," placed at a pnlnt about
two miles south from the north shore
bf Lyell Island, and opposite about the
centre of the south side of Dog Island;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
hhains; thence north 80 chains; thence
bast 80 chains to the place of beginning.
Dated  July 17th,  1907.
H. G. ANDERSON,
lluly 27 C. G. JOHNSTONE, Agent.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Clayoquot.
TAKE NOTICE that E. D. Leverson,
fcf Vancouver, Intends to apply for a
Ipecial timber licence over the following described lands:—
1 1. Commencing at the southeast cor-
ter, situate about 2 miles southwest
From the head of Sterling Arm, Sproat
Lake; thence north to the south boundary of Clark's T. A.; thence west and
louth and west and north to south boundary of Timber Limit 11,213; thence
vest 50 ehains; thence south 60 chains;
Ihence east to point of commencement.
1 2. Commencing at the northeast cor-
ler, situate about two miles southwest
from the head of Sterling Arm, Sproat
lake; thence 160 chains west; thence
louth 40 chains; thence 160 chains east;
Ihence north to point of commencement.
July 27 E. D. LEVERSON.
NECHACO LAND DISTRICT.
District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that William LeRoy,
If Chatham, Ont., occupation account-
Int, intends to aply for permission to
l-urchase  the  following described  land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
lorthwest corner of section 7, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
valley; thence south 80 chains; thence
|ast SO chains; thence north 80 chains;
|hence west 80 chains; to point of com-
liencement, and containing 640 acres,
|iore or less, and being section 7, town-
Ihip  13,  range  6,  Poudrier  Survey.
June 9, 1907.
WILLIAM LEROY.
■uly 27
TAKE NOTICE that William Wood-
lill of Chatham ( Ont., occupation ma-
Iiinist, intends to apply for permission
purchase the following described
tnd:
1 Commencing at a post planted at the
orth east corner of section 8, township
_, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
■alley; thence south 80 chains; thence
lest 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
hence east SO chains; to point of com-
kencement, and containing 640 acres,
tore or less, and being said section 8,
bwnship 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
[June  7th,   1907.
uly 27 WILLIAM WOODHULL.
I TAKE NOTICE that Homer Smith,
f Chatham, Ont., occupation account-
■fit, intends to apply for permission to
l-rchase the following described land:
I Commencing at a post planted at the
brthwest corner of section 9, township
f,   range   5,  Poudrier  Survey,   Nechaco
Valley; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains, to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 9,
township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
June 7, 1907.
July 27 HOMER SMITH.
TAKE NOTICE that Laura Coulthard
of Saskatoon, Sask., Wife of William
Coulthard, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Section 10, township
13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 10,
township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey.
Dated June Sth,  1907.
July 27 LATJBA COULTHARD.
TAKE NOTICE that B. Turner, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation an Agent,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 11, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being section
11, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
Date June 6th, 1907.
July 27  B. TURNER.
TAKE NOTICE that Julia Patmore,
wife of Charles Patmore, of Coleman,
Alberta, occupation tinsmith, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 12, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 ehains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 12, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey.
Date June  6th,  1907.
July 27 JULIA PATMORE.
TAKE NOTICE that A. SNELL, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation Agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of section 13, township 13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
ehains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less, and being said section 13, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 6, 1907.
July 27 A. SNELL.
TAKE NOTICE that C. Sparling of
Saskatoon, Sask.. occupation agent, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 14, township 13. range 5. Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley: thence north 80 chains:
thence oast 80 chains; thence south 80
cliains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
---res. more or less, and being said section 14, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Date June 5, 1907.
July 27 C.  SPARLTNG.
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ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
OF BARCLAY.
TAKE NOTICE that J. Gordon, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation Agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of section 15, township
13, range 5, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco
Valley; thence north 80 chains; thence
west SO chains; thence south SO chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less, and being said section 15,
township  13,  range 5,  Poudrier Survey.
Dated June 6,   1907.
July27 J. GORDON.
TAKE NOTICE that John A. Walker,
of Chatham, Ont, occupation Barrister,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of section 16, township 13, range 6, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, moro or less, and being said section 16, township 13, range 5, Poudrier
Survey.
Daet June 7, 1907.
July 27 JOHN A. WALKER.
TAKE NOTICE that Rudolph Lund,
of Danholm, Sask., occupation farmer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of Sec. 30, Tp. 2, Range
4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less, and being Sec. 30, Tp. 2, Range
4,  Poudrier  Survey.
Hated May 24th,  1907.
July 6 RUDOLPH LUND.
TAKE NOTICE that Chris Keen, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation merchant,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of Sec. 25, Tp. 2, Range
4. Poudrier Survey. Nechaco Valley;
thence south 80 chains; thence enst 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
less, and being Sec. 35, Tp. 2, R. 4,
Pondrler  Survey.
Mnv 25th,  1907.
June 29 CHRIS KEEN.
TAKE NOTICE that J. N. Britten of
Ballard, Wash., occupation, Dealer ln
timber lands, Intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west of N. W. corner of section
36, township 1, thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Date June 24, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west, 80 chains north of N.W.
corner of section 36, township 1, thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date June 24, 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 160 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date June 26, 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 240 cnains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Date June 26, 1907.
5. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 320 chains north of
N.W. corner of seotlon 30, township
1; thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Date June 25, 1907.
6. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 400 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36; township 1,
thence north 80 chains; thence south
east 120 chains along E. & N. grant
line; thence west 80 chains more or
less to place of beginning.
Date June 25, 1907.
7. Commenolng at a post planted 60
chains west and 480 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence west 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence southeast 120 chains;
along E.  & N.  grant line.
Date June 26. 1907.
8. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 400 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township 1,
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south SO chains; thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Date June  26,  1907.
9. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 320 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence north SO chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
Date June  25,   1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 240 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence north SO chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south SO chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date June 25, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 160 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
12. Commencing at a post planted 60
chains west and 80 chains north of
N.W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date June 24, 1907.
13. Commencing at a post planted
60 chains west of N.W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,
to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Date June 24, 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and SO chains north
of N.W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence south 80 chains; thence
east SO chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated June 29, 1907.
16. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 160 chains north
of N.W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north SO chains;
thence west 80 chains to placo of beginning.
16. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 240 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence south 80 chains; thence
east SO chains; thence north SO chains;
thence wost SO chains to point of commencement.
Date June 28,   1907.
17. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 320 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence south 80 chains; thence
east SO chains; thence north SO chains;
thence west SO chains to point of commencement.
Date 28 June,  1907.
18. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 400 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thenco west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 27, 1907.
19. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 480 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; to point of commencement.
Date June  27,  1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 560 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1: thence south 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thenco west 80 chains to place of commencement.
Date June 27, 1907.
21. Commencing at a post planted
220 chnins west and fit" chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1: thence south 80 chnins; thence
enst 80 chnins: thence northwest 120
chnins; along E. t_ N. grant lone to
point of commencement.
Date June 26.  1907.
22. Commencing nt a pnst planted
2'10 chnins went and 640 chnins north
of N W. corner of section 36. township 1: thence northwest 120 chains,
nlnng E. It N. grant line: thence south
SO chains: thence enst 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Date June 26, 1907.
23. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 640 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Date June 26, 1907.
24. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 660 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 27, 1907.
26. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 480 chains north
of N.W. corner of section 86; township
1; thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 27, 1907.
26. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 400 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 28, 1907.
27. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 320 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 28, 1907.
28. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 240 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 36, township 1; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to place of commencement.
Date June 28, 1907.
29. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 160 chains north
of N. W. corner of section 86, township 1; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 29, 1907.
30. Commencing at a post planted
220 chains west and 80 chains north of
N. W. corner of section 36, township
1; thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Date June 29, 1907.
31. Commencing at a post planted 300
chains west of N. W. corner of section
36, township 1; thence south 40 chains;
thence east 160 chains; thence north
40 chains; thence west 160 chains, to
point of commencement.
Date June 29. 1907.
July 13 J. N. BRITTEN.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that John C. Philp, of
Minneapolis,   Minn., occupation,   Gentleman, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
southeast corner of Section 12, Township 36; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains, to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
D.   P.   McPHAIL,
Agent for John C. PhilD.
July 8th, 1907. Jy27
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that Francis Michael
Hawkins, of St. Paul, Minn, occupation,
Gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
northeast corner of Section 1, Township
36; thence west 80 chains: thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 aores more or less,
n   u. •'-•    iAIL.
Agent for Francis Michael Hawkins.
July 8th,  1907. Jy27
' VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
Rupert District.
TAKE NOTICE that James Hastie of
Victoria, B.C., Merchant, and James
McLauchlan, of Victoria, B.C., Contractor, Intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described lands:
No. 1—Commencing at a post planted
about 4 miles to the west of Robinson's
Bight, on a small unnamed creek, being
the southeast corner post; thence north
SO chains; thenee west 80 chains; thence
south SO ehains; thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement.
June 11,  11107.
JAMES HASTIE,
Jy 20 JAMES H. McLAUCHLAN.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
Rupert District.
TAKE NOTICE that James Hastie, of
Victoria, B.C., Merchant, and James H.
McLauchlan, of Victoria, B.C., contractor, Intend to apply for a special
licence over the following described
lands:
No. 2—Commencing at a post planted
about 4 miles to the west of Robinson's
Bight on a small unnamed creek, being
the northeast corner post; thence west
SO chains; Ihence south SO chains; thence
east SO chains; thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement.
June 12, 1907.
JAMES HASTIE,
Jy 20 JAMES II. McLAUCHLAN.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
Rupert District.
TAKE NOTICE that James Hastie of
Victorin. B.C., Merchant, and James
H, McLauchlan, of Vlctorla.a B.C., Contractor, intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described  lands:
No. 3—Commencing at a post planted
about 4 miles to tho west of Robinson's
Bight, on a small unnamed creek, being
the northwest corner post; thence south
ICO chains; thence east 40 chains; thence
north 160 chains; thence west 40 chains
•-.o point of commencement.
June 13th,  1907.
JAMES HASTIE,
Jy 20 JAMES H. McLAUCHLAN.
TAKE NOTICE that N. C. Byers, of
Saskatoon. Sask., occupation Agent, Intends to apply for permission to purchnse the  following described   land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Sec. 33, Tp. 2. Rge.
4. Poudrier Survev. Nechaco Valley:
thence south SO chnins: thence west SO
chnins; thence north 80 chnins: thence
east SO chnins tn point nf commencement, and containing 640 ncres. more or
less, and being Sec. 33. Tp. 2, Rge. 4,
Pondrler Survey.
Dated May 25th, 1907.
July 6 N. C. BYERS.
POTTIiTST XEEFIirCJ PATS.
Readers nf nur mnirnzlnp, because It
leaches the best methods nf handling
fowls fnr profit. Tells bow to (ret eggs
In winter, and raise chicks In summer,
Shows hoitse-plnns. handy nppllnnces.
etc., as well ns Illustrating nnd describing the different breeds. Every Issue
worth Ihe price nf a year's subscription.
We will send It one yonr nnd Include a
large hook on poultry fnr snc. Sample
free. Poultry Advocate, Pctrolea, Ontario.
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 davs
after date I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated on
the north side of Porcher Island, at
Island Point:
Commencing at a post on the beach
marked Mrs. George Snider's S.W. corner; thence east 40 chains; thence north
to beach; thence by beach to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres,
more or less.
April 26, 11)07.
MRS. GEORGE SNIDER,
June 8 W. W. CLARKE, Loeator.
NOTICB ls hereby given that 60 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated on
Useless Bay on the west side of Porcher Island:
Commencing at a post marked James
Auld's N.E. Corner; thence south 80
chains; thence west to beach; thence following beach to point of commencement,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
April 24, 1907.
JAMES AULD,
June 8 W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
NOTICE ls hereby given that. 60 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land on Porcher
Island, situated about two miles southeast of R_ 'nge Bay:—Commencing at a
post marked "William McDermott's N.
E. Corner"; thence 40 chains south;
thence 80 chains east; thence 40 chains
north; thence 80 chains west to point
of commencement; containing 320 acres,
more or less.
CHARLES  E.  SONLEY,  Locator.
J.   Y.   WILSON,  Agent.
March  11th,   1907. June 8
Claim No.  1  A.
TAKE NOTICE that Eugene R.
Chandler, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation broker, Intends to apply for a
special timber licence over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of Lot 2, in the vicinity of Beaver Cove, Johnstone Straits,
Vancouver Island, B.C.; thence west 40
chatns, to northwest corner of Lot 135;
thence south 40 chains to southwest corner of Lot 125; thence west 90 chains;
thence north 60 chains; thence east 100
chains; thence north 40 chains; thence
east 20 chains to northwest cornor of
P. R. 141; thence south to point of beginning.
EUGENE R. CHANDLER.
Date June lst,  1907. June 22
NECHACO     LAND     DISTRICT,     DISTRICT OF COAST.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Suland,
of Saskatoon, Sask., occupation farmer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted half-
mile north of the southeast corner of
section 7, Tp. 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley; thence north 40
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 40 chains; thence east SO chains
to point of commencement, and containing 320 acres, more or less, and being the north half of Sec. 7, Tp. 2,
Range 4, Poudrier Survey.
Dated May 23rd, 1907.
July 6 THOMAS SULAND,
TAKE NOTICE that E. Gordon, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation Butcher,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at tho
southwest corner of Sec. 2S. Tp. 2, Range
4, Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley;
thence north, SO chains; thence east SO
chains; thence south SO chains; thenca
west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less, and being Sec. 28, Tp. 2, Range
4,  Poudrier Survey.
Dated May 26th,  1907.
July 6 E. GORDON.
TAKE NOTICE that M. Lund, of Dan-
holm, Sask., occupation Married Woman, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Commencing nt a post planted at the
northwest corner of Sec. 31, Tp. 2, Rge.
4, Pondrler Survey, Nechaco Valley;
thence east SO chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
less, and being Sec. 31, Tp. 2, Range 4,
Poudrier  Survey.
Dated May 24th, 1907.
July 6 M. LUND.
TAKE NOTICE that Adam Turner, of
Saskatoon, Sask., occupation gentleman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described _and.
Commencing at a post planted at tne
southeast corner of Sec. 32, Tp. 2, Rge.
4, Poudrier Survey Nechaco Valley;
then- north 80 chains; thence west 80
chalna, thence south 80 chains; thence
east SO chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
less, and being Sec. 32, Tp. 2, Rge. 4,
Poudrier  Survey.
Dated May 25th, 1907.
July 6 ADAM TURNER.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 60 days
after date I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated on
an Island on the west side of Porcher
Island, nbout 2 miles north of Chrlsman's pre-emption and west of Isaac
Walden nnd Henry Walden:
Commonclng nt a post planted on
beach marked Robert Walden; thence
running south SO chains; talcing ln the
whole islnnd, and containing 320 acres,
more or  less.
April 24, 1907.
ROBERT  WALDEN,
June S W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
TAKE NOTICE that A. Sparling, of
Saskatoon. Sask., occupation Butcher,
Intends to npply for permission to purchnse the following described land:
Conmioni-'ng nt a post plnnted at the
southenst corner of Sec. 29. Tp. 2, Range
4. Poudrier Survey, Nechaco Valley:
tnence south SO chains; thence east 80
chnins to pnlnt nf commencement, and
cnntalning 640 ncres. more or less, and
being section 29, Tp. 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey.
Dated May 25th, 1907.
July 6 A. SPARLING.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
Rupert District.
TAKE NOTICE that .Tnmes Hastie, nf
Victoria. B.C., Merchant, and James H.
McLauchlan, of Victoria, B.C., Contractor, Intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described lands:
No. .— Commencing at a post plnnted
about 4 miles to the west of Robinsons
Bight on a small unnamed creek, bolne
tho northenst corner post; tbence west
SO chains; thence south SO chains; tiience
east 80 chains: thence north SO chains
to point of commencement.
June 14th, 1907.
JAMES TTASTTE,
Jv20 JAMES H. McLAUCHLAN. w
16
THE WEEK, SATURDAY AUGUST io, 1907,
PATRONIZE
US ONCE
m.y_m__m%.J^imr
AND YOU WILL CALL
CONSTANTLY.
Victoria and all Mail Order
Friends, actual or prospective
customers, will be heartily welcomed, should they visit our
glorious city.
PRICE CUTS the order of
the day, with new goods arriving
daily, will make a visit both profitable and interesting.
Chas.W.Hills&Co.
Exclusive y Ready-to-wear
and Millinery
940 Granville St., VANCOUVER
Angell
Engraving Co.
PHOTO-ENGRAVERS
and DESIGNERS
In All Branches
518 Hastings St.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver.
The presence in town for the past
week of J. W. Stewart, a member of
the big railroad contracting firm of
Stewart & Welch, Spokane, has awakened special interest in connection
w'th Northern matters. Mr. Stewart,
though chary with the newspaper reporters and referring all callers to
Mr. Van Arsdal, chief engineer of
construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific western divisions, admitted that
he had secured a goodly contract for
construction work for the new transcontinental line in this Province. He
leaves on Saturday for Hazelton, with
a party of men to look the siutation
over and to arrange for bases for
operations and supplies. It is well
understood that construction will start
almost immediately in the building of
the Kitamaat line which follows the
surveyed route of the Pacific, Omineca & Northern railway, the charter
for which was bought several years
j ago by parties interested in the
Grand Trunk Pacific from C. W. D.
Clifford. After arriving at Hazelton
the force will proceed with a quantity   of   supplies   to   establish   head-
' quarters at the head of the Copper
River. This line from Kitamaat to
Hazelton,  will   connect  at   Hazelton
I with the main line and will be rushed
■ as speedily as possible so as to afford a means of forwarding supplies
when actual construction of the main
line commences. Mr. Stewart expects
that the announcement of contracts
for all the British Columbia work
will be made within a short time from
headquarters. Those who have followed the construction work handled
by Stewart & Welch throughout the
States of Montana, Idaho and Washington, on the Canadian prairies and
lastly in the Similkameen, know that
the firm stands among the biggest of
its kind on the continent.
Today there will be much of inter-
. est to the amateur sportsman, be he
a follower of lacrosse, the yacht or
athletics. The Brockton Point grounds
will be the scene of the annual sports
of the police department; the 21-foot
yacht race for the Gravely cup promises to be one of the most keenly
contested and interesting yachting
events of the season, while lacrosse
followers will journey in force to the
Royal City to witness the game between Vancouver and New Westminster. Cricketers are looking forward
to the big tournament that will open
at the Brockton Point grounds a week
from Monday when teams representing Victoria, Vernon, Portland, Seattle and Tacoma will be here to compete.
Mrs. Charles W. Hills, head designer of C. w!i Hills & Co!, has left
for New York-, accompanied by Miss
Bain, on a purchasing trip. They will
visit the largest millinery establishments in the big eastern centres before  returning.
The long drawn-out dispute between the City Council and the V.
W. & Y. Railway Company as to the
control of False Creek, has been, it
is said, settled. The Council have
adopted the scheme of Colonel Tracy
to improve the creek by two channels
and a peninsula, but by the agreement
the railway company will build the
retaining wall on the south side of
the southern channel. The completion of this undertaking will provide
a considerable area convenient to both
rail and  sea for industrial purposes.
The following Canadian Patents
have been received during the past
week through the agency of Rowland
Brittain, Patent Attorney, Vancouver:
To A. E. Wilson of Victoria, on an
improved non-refillable box. This invention is designed to guard against
the fraudulent refilling with an inferior grade of goods of such boxes
as are used for cigars, etc. A box
constructed under this Patent requires to be destroyed before the contents can be entirely removed, while
it is retained as an efficient receptacle
during the removal for sale of the
separate articles.
THE  NEW   GRAND,  VICTORIA.
ORGAN
OUR OWN  IMPORTATION DIRECT.
These Organs have a compass of from 3 to 4 Octaves with
from 2 to 4 sets of Reeds and can be carried about like a
satchel or suit case.
They are invaluable for use in the country as they can be
easily carried from place to place, are loud and strong, and in
every way quite as serviceable as a full-size instrument.
PRICES, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 AND UP.
Further particulars on application.
FLETCHER BROS.
93 Government St. Victoria.
$
The   vaudeville    entertainment    in
Victoria this week has been one of
the weakest combinations that has appeared here for some time.    To my
mind far and away the best turn on
the programme was the Overture by
the Orc'lest;ra>   it 's original, catchy
and full of fireworks, while at least
two members might easily qualify as
champion   whoopers   in   any   Indian
tribe.    The Illustrated Song belongs
to the mawkish sentimental class, and
the pictures are bad.    Flexible Frederick, whose turn  was,  I  think,  the
best on the programme, is a  clever
contortionist, but he failed to produce
any  really  original  matter.     Myrtle
Deloy is billed as singing negro songs,
but it is very hard to hear a word she
sings; her dancing is good. "Snorky"
is the  name  of a  comedy  produced
by Eddie and Tolla Deloy, in which
the  principal  feature  appears  to  be
dragging  tin   cans   across  the   stage
and calling them trains.   There is one
excellent song jn this piece on "Going
To-morrow," which is as good a thing
as I have heard for some time, but
the rest of the turn is feeble.     Von
Klein & Gibson are distinctly weak.
"The Race Tout's Dream" is clever
and well produced, but unfortunately
it is as though Albert Chevalier were
to sing his "coster" songs in the Hebrides.    American   race  track   slang
loses much of its point when uttered
before  an  audience  which  does  not
understand it.    This is not the fault
of the performers, who will probably
have found that they have scored big
successes  on  the  other  side.     The
Moving Pictures are bad, and in one
particular  instance  decidedly  vulgar.
The programme   for   the   coming
week will be thc most expensive ever
put on at the Grand, and it is expected  that  the heavy cost will  be
justified by its merit and  its  reception by the patrons.   It will include
no less than twenty-four performers,
among whom  are  the  famous   Fremont Zouaves, seventeen in number,
under  thc  management  of  Capt.   E.
D. Cloud, who will give thrilling military exhibitions in lightning time, including wall  scaling, attack and defense, bewildering formations, figures
and pyramids by richly uniformed and
perfectly drilled soldiers.    Al Jolson,
premier   blackface   comedian;   James
B.  Donovan and Rena Arnold in a
high   class   singing  and  talking  act;
Edward  Smith  and  Lillian  Waltone
in  an  original  singing sketch  introducing popular and classic melodies;
Dorothy   Dane,   vocalist   and   imitations; Norman Stanley in the Indian
Illustrated    Song,    "Napanee";  New
Moving Pictures  entitled "Belle Davis" and "Mother-in-law's Visit," and
a   novel  overture  arranged  by  Prof. |
Nagel,  based  on  local  musical  hap
penings.
The
Poodle Dog
Grill,
Yates St,
Victoria. B. C, is
the only real
"grilt" in British
Columbia—the
only place where
you can
•\CTUALIV
obtain your
choice of meats
and all the delicacies of the
season.
SMITH &
SHAUGHNESSY
The
Kodak
Season
Is On
Write   for    my|
1907 Catalog
of
Eastman
KODAKS,
CAMERAS
FILMS.
PLATES,
Etc., Etc.
A NEW POCKET KODAK
No. 4 Pol ling.   Pictures 4x5.   Price $20.00.
WILL MARSDEN, The Kodak Specialist
(65 Granville St., Vancouver
Jc/m ftoberfsoi) & Son Zs/
meoumemet (on richard » mmmst
mtn*t>ttt j ot0'ti_A.
Models of Invention^
DESIGNED, BUILT OR PERFECTED FOR
INVENTORS and PATENTEES
DRAWINGS      AND       BLUEPRINTS
Write for Particulars
VANCOUVER flODEL   HACHINE  AN]
r\ir\ c u/nDWQ   p8° QRanv,lle st., vancouvej
WlLLC    WUKiVO, W. T. WATSON, Proprietor 1

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