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Kingsford Smith & Co.
Stock and General
AUCTIONEERS
Commission and Real Estate Agents.
Vancouver.
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Victoria Edition
The Week
TL British Columbia Review,
Published at Victoria and Vancouver B. -8.
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Stewart Williams
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WILLIAMS & JANION
AUCTIONEERS
COMMISSION AND
REAL ESTATE SCENTS
Si FONT ST. VICTORIA, B. C.
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|Vol. IV.   No. 19
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907
One Dollar Per Annum
The Editor's Review
Of Current Topics.
Pace.
Near the centre of the
City of Victoria is a
venerable plot sacred to
the    memory    of    the
{wneers of British Columbia.    A spot
allowed by many sacred memories and
the term, " God's-Acre," could appro-
|riately be used with reference to any
urial ground, it must have a special sig-
Iification as applied to this. The associa-
ons of the last earthly resting place are
universal consent of a profound and
apathetic character, and nothing ap-
gals so directly to any one common senti-
Lent as the contemplation of the bed of
pth upon which the last remains of dear
aes have been laid. These thoughts are.
|irely not less appropriate when aroused
the contemplation of God's acre in a
•ontier Province of civilization seven
lousand miles distant from the home
nd whence the pioneers came. The
temories of the departed are kept just
green and fresh by the survivors and
1 ascendants  as  if  their  dust  had  not
ingled with the virgin soil of a far dis-
int land.   And just as the sentiment
hich men entertain on this subject are
jiiversal,   so   are   the   obligations.   In
|ngland almost the most difficult thing
achieve is the obtaining of permission
lorn the Government through the Home
pcretary for the opening of any grave or
removal of any body.   Few such in-
knces have occured in the lifetime of
|y of us, and when after every formality
been complied with and all opposition
[s been withdrawn, and the petitioners
ve demonstrated as they have to demon-
ate, that the matter is one of the ex-
mest urgency, even then the care which
exercised and the ceremonial which is
joined, testify alike to the reluctance
th which the consent is given and the
solute reverence with which the per-
3sion has to be exercised.   People who
c lightly of removing the bodies from
adra Street Cemetery must at least
re forgotten all these provisions whether
not they have lost touch with tlie finer
Isibilities   of   humanity   whicli   rebel
inst the suggestion.   For the honour
Victoria, to say nothing of the respect
|ch is due to the dead, let us hope that
a project will lie nipped in the bud.
docs not like to speak a single harsh
|d in connection with such a subject,
it almost makes the blood boil to read
It the request for the removal of the
ies  emanates  from  property  owners
claim that the presence of the cemo-
depreciates the value of their real
^e.    Into the merits of sueli a conten-
few men would have patience to
kr, to state it is to extinguish it.   Vic-
a has not sunk so low as to be willing
!istnrb the ashes of her pioneer settlers
rder to raise the market value of a few
.ding lots, yet this is the concrete, cold-
ded proposition.    It is inconceivable
the surviving relatives, or other legal
(esentatives of the dead, will consent
uch a suggestion, but if it were pos-
to procure their acquiescence, that
[ild not be permitted to settle a ques-
so  intimately  associated   with   the
I jut and good name of Victoria.    The
Jt realizes that the question of legal
onsibility may be complicated, and it
also be a fact that since every grave
|ie property of a separate owner, there
limit to the authority which can be
exercised in dealing with the matter, but
one thing is certain, that the custom of
civilized nations, and the sentiment of
humanity are inalienably opposed to disturbing the dead, and there is no bar to
the procuring of the necessary legislation
to prevent such a desecration, nor should
there be any difficulty in raising funds to
fence, to cultivate, and even to beautify
this hallowed ground, thrice hallowed by
its family, its religious and its historic
associations.
The Victoria Canadian
The Victoria Club is manifesting an
Canadian Club,     energy   and    enterprise
which are altogether
commendable, already the members have
on different occasions been addressed by
the most eminent men who have visited
the Coast, and the climax was reached
when the scholarly and statesmanlike ex-
Minister Sir William Mulock delivered
his mem6rable address a few weeks ago.
It is announced that Mr. E. L. Borden
and Mr. Bodolphe Lemieux have been invited to address the Club during their impending- visits to Victoria. This is an
excellent move and the President has done
well to take time by the forelock and if
possible secure the attendance of these
eminent men before they are tied up by
any political engagement. The Cosmopolitan and non-political character of the
Club is-admirably illustrated by these two
invitations, and both gentlemen may be
counted on to deliver addresses of the
highest type and value. Whilst Mr. Borden is not an orator, he is a man of proved
capacity, keen observation, broad views
and kindly spirit. He will for the first
time look out upon the wonders of the
West with kindling enthusiasm, and may
be counted on to state frankly his impressions. Mr. Lemieux will also visit
British Columbia for the first time. It
may not be generally known that he is
one 0* ^ne finest or atom -in flannda, tho
Intimate successor of Chapleau, that
brilliant French-Canadian, whose equal
'has nol: been heard for many years. Mr.
Lemieux is a comparatively young man of
splendid appearance and the most polished
and cultured style. He is a distinguished
graduate of Laval University. He speaks
in English as fluently and eloquently as in
his native tongue, and it is no disparagement of men with greater reputations, because better.known, to say that there is not
today one man in Canada who can deliver
a finer oration than Mr. Rodolphe
Lemieux. It is sincerely to be hoped that
both those distinguished men will be able
to accept the invitations of the Canadian
Club. It will be a liberal education for
the members and for the visitors.
The Mayor and Corpora-
A School tion   of   Victoria   have
For Anatomy.       achieved    a    remarkable
record for not doing
things. It would perhaps be unfair to
hold them responsible for all their sins
of omission and commission, they are hampered by Municipal Acts, political heelers,
and hypercritical ratepayers, although this
is a distinction which they share with
every other body of public servants.
When, however, they do a really good
thing, it is only right that they should get
credit. They are all known to be so modest
that they do not let their right hand know
what their left doeth, and their most
praiseworthy deeds are hidden like a light
under a bushel. As The Week has been
a rather merciless critic of the misdoings
of the Victoria City Council, it is only fair
that it should be the medium of informing
the public of a meritorious achievement
not generally known and which has only
to be known in order to spread their fame
abroad. A movement has been on foot for
some time to establish a Provincial University in the Capital City, that is still in
the air. Another movement has been
started for the affiliation of the High
School with McGill University, that is still
under consideration. . A third movement
looks to the systematic teaching of music
in the public schools; but it is none of these
projects which has been carried to successful issue by the City Council. They
have, however, founded an institution of
a somewhat kindred character—a school
for Anatomy. It is located in Beacon
Hill Park, on the North Eastern slope.
The site is a beautiful one and commands
a view of the City and the country sweeping beyond to the foot, of the mountains.
The land set apart for the purpose of this
institution has already been fenced in with
stout wire netting, nine or ten feet high.
The subjects which the student of anatomy
are to study have been assembled, or at
least a portion of them. Everything must
have a beginning, and the Victoria School
of Anatomy starts with a few moose and
deer. They have been reduced to a proper physical condition for the examination
of their skeletons and vital organs by compulsory adherence to a strictly scientific
diet. The leaves and twigs upon which
these animals feed in their natural habitat,
being luscious and edible, are too fattening. They make flesh so rapidly that the
ribs and vertebrae become coated and cannot be studied during the lifetime of the
animal, so a mixture of coal oil, dandelions and dirty grass croppings from the
Government lawns has been substituted
with most obvious results. Misguided enthusiasts have hitherto considered it early
enough to study anatomy after the death
of the subject, but the Victoria City Council has devised a more excellent way, suggested no doubt by N. P. AVillis' famous
poem entitled "Parrhasius," where the
painter, the better to reproduce the human
expression in articulo mortis purchased a
slave and tortured him to the death, meanwhile faithfully reproducing upon the canvas every phase of his physical sufferings
and mental anguish. Perhaps there may
be one member of the City Council who
has not read 'Parrhasius," for him The
AYeek recalls the following lines addressed
by the painter to his attendants, who are
keeping the tortured slave alive by the
use of cordials, while he paints the death
dew on his brow.
"Quick—or he faints!—stand with the
cordial near! Now bend him to the rack!
Press down the poisoned links into his
flesh, and tear agape that healing wound
afresh!—so—let him writhe! How long
will he live thus ? Quick, my good pencil
now! What a fine agony works on his
brow. I'd rack thee, though I knew a
thousand lives were perishing and dying."
But then "Parrhasius" was dealing with
a slave, and the Victoria City Council is
only dealing with dumb animals.
After one year's experi-
The Water ence of the water ques-
Question. tion Tlie Week is fain to
acknowledge that it would
damp the enthusiasm even of a fanatic,
and yet the oldest inhabitant declares that
it has been a live issue for more than
twenty years. If this is the case it is not
to be wondered at that everyone in Victoria is heartily sick, and that few can
work up the enthusiasm to discuss the
matter. The Week has no intention of
saying more on the subject than that its
predictions of a year ago are being verified every day, and that Elk Lake stands
more discredited than ever as a source of
supply. Already the pressure is so low
that it is impossible to thoroughly water
even the most modest garden. Sprinklers
which should scatter water over a radius
of thirty feet, are only efficient for a distance of five or six feet, and householders
are informed that a little later on the pressure will be lower still. Unless something unforseen happens it is certain that
the supply of water for necessary domestic
purposes will be restricted, a state of affairs which, after years of agitation, is a
disgrace to the city, and would not be tolerated in an Eastern village. The Week
fully realizes the impossibility of making
any move in the matter until the result of
the appeal in the Esquimalt water case is
settled, and the object of this comment is
simply to emphasize the fact that under
no circumstances can Elk Lake be considered as a future source of supply. The
most amusing part of the matter is that
the public were told only a few months
ago that many millions of gallons of water
per day were running away from Elk
Lake, a fact which every school child knew,
but nothing was done, although at the
right time something could easily have
been done to preserve at least a portion
of this overflow as a temporary expedient. Such a course would at least have
helped the City over the present season.
It was neglected and as a result the citizens
find themselves even this early in the season "bound in shallows and in miseries."
Consensus
Of Opinion
Now that the daily press
has taken up a matter
which Tlie Week commenced to ventilate two
ago, it is probable that something will be
done, and it certainly will if everybody
will keep pegging away even though the
matter could be more easily effected by
the Provincial Government and the Victoria City Council acting in unison. This
has reference to the disgraceful service
furnished by the Victoria & Sydney Railway. To attempt to recount, instances of
personal loss and inconvenience would lie
a waste of time and space and would be
worse than flogging a dead horse, because
every resident in Victoria knows tliat such
instances are of daily occurence. The
point is that something should be done, and
done at once to improve the service. One
paper says that the Victoria Board of
Trade ought to take the matter up, and
that the City Council which pays its share
of the interest regularly should assert itself. If a long-suffering public waits until
the City Council gets beyond the kindergarten stage, it will wait until the mil-
lenium. Both bodies arc moribund, the
only thing is for the public to initiate a
movement; on their own account, and to
bring such pressure to bear upon the management as will result in a respectable
service with the alternative of the nonpayment of the subsidy. Anything short
of this is just a waste of time. Meanwhile users of the V. & S. By. will have
to put up with inconveniences which
would not be tolerated in f. heathen
country.
Published by "The Week Publishing Co., Ltd.." nl 88M
Government SI., Victoria, H.C. Prllltod by T, II. CllsnOK,
Courtney St., Viotorln. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
At The Street    f
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By THE LOUNGER
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A theatre, however, loses all its
charm if the seats are arranged too
close together. The first axiom in
enjoyment is that the patient should
be comfortable. I don't think that
enough stress is laid upon this necessity by the present generation. We
know well enough that our grandmothers acidulated themselves by
thinking it part of their daily duty
to sit on uncomfortable high-backed
chairs, and by cultivating various
forms and ceremonies of speech which
made  conversation with  comfort  an
We learn on the authority of the
poet, I've forgotten which one, that
thc savage' breast, or as some critics
prefer it, the savage beast, is charm-  ; ;~, .
ed by the power of music.   So urn-  '"^possibility.      I  would  not  recom
versal   is  this  opinion  that  even  in  mend the extreme of a Sybante- but
our own remote Province hotel-keepers are beginning to employ orchestras for the delectation of their cus-  '" " """: ""      ,      ,,      _,       _   , „
tomers.   The Bismarck of Vancouver should be comfortable.   Now, I defy
was the first in the field, and to the any°ne t0 be comfortable in the aver-
credit of the Capital City be it said <?Se Pr°vlncial theatre, either here or
 111  the  Old  Country:   The  seats are
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it seems to me only common sense
that when one is out to enjoy oneself
it is the first consideration that one
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the Poodle Dog has followed suit,
and one can feast the interior on all
the delicacies of the season and the
artistic side of one's composition on
the strains which flow in dulcet measures from Professor Nagel's band.
This is certainly a step in the right
direction  and well  deserves  the  in*
so arranged that there is but little
room for the legs; they are not
padded with sufficient regard for the
bones of their occupants. The most
comfortable place I was ever in was
the Alhambra in London, where everything was conducive to the utmost
:11  deserves  the  in-  "J °, "~.~  ,    ^r .
, , • ,  ,      1 ,,       ,  peace of mind.   Of course it makes
creased patronage which has followed  '
a  great  difference  being  allowed to
smoke, but I realise that to be consistent it would not be advisable to
afford the gentlemen this privilege
for their comfort, as by so doing the
ladies would suffer.   And after all, I
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VICTORIA, B. C.
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the innovation.  ,^	
The  idea  of  dining  to  the  music
of a band always reminds me of a
theatre. I cannot explain why it does,
except that a comforting dinner eaten
under luxurious conditions seems  to '""'  '. ",. , ,
.     .,         4     ,       1   1    4     „       _•„ firmly believe that the best patrons
be the natural prelude to an evening    ,   .     ,                   ,    ,   ,. »
. of the theatre are the ladies. A man
at the show. I like the theatre, not
so much for the performance, whatever  it  may be, but for the oppor- "     '   7
,    ...      ..    a    ,    ,      .,       ...      c know that I spent three years in Lon
tumties  it  affords  for  the  study  of   ,      ,   ,       _ * J ,
-1-.. u„(„*a t »4,4.r f.nte.r-pr] a theatre
of the theatre are the ladies. A man
would always rather go to a music-
hall; at least most men would.     I
my  favourite  animal,   viz.,  mankind.
don before I ever entered a theatre.
There"'are'few"piaces where man, or B^, a?ter d^ l wou,d, make &°od
woman, is seen to better and worse r«ol«t.ons to go and see some
advantage than in the theatre. Full Shakespearian piece, or some other
scope is offered for the display of all elevating production; night after night
.,      ...        ,. ,   •   • „.„ •    „„„ another  paving-stone  would  be  de-
the chivalry which is innate in some ,   ,   ,   , , .,      , ,,  ,
1 1   41     -ii u-„j   „„ic-i,„„0„  spatched  below,  whilst  I   would  be
people,   and  the  ill-bred  selfishness   ., ,..«„.,*■.„
. . ,   ■ ,,    • . .. discovered in the Oxford, The  Em
which is as equally inborn 111 others. . '
Of the hat brigade I will say nothing. It is too hackneyed. Too many
jokes have been levelled at this special form of egoist, and it is a matter for congratulation that the crusade which has been waged against '
fair (?) offenders has been for the
most part victorious.   It is always in
teresting to study the type of countenance  peculiar to the  people who
, , ,    ,      . 4,4, was lying ill caugnt nre, anu hc wao
come 111 late, and also to watch the      „        . ,      , , .
,   . .    ,       4*4 suffocated by the smoke coming up
unfortunates who have to rise to pass .        ..    „,_.,_       tr.-u j   1-
pire or the Palace. And I firmly be
lieve that it was the smoking that
did it.
I had a very dear friend who was
an inveterate lover of the weed, and
who so undermined his health by the
injudicious use of cigarettes that his
life was despaired of, It so happened
that the immediate cause of his death
was the fact that the house where he
was lying ill caught fire, and he was
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them into their seats. But most of
all I like to see the different, the entirely different classes, who flock to
see different styles  of play.
Personally, I have never been able
to understand the rage which has existed so long for what is known as
"Comic Opera." The idiotic play
where as soon as the plot (sic) becomes at all interesting, some one
comes on and sings a song which in
common with the flowers that bloom
in the Spring, has nothing to do with
the case. In most cases the words
arc indistinguishable; when they are
not, the unfortunate auditor wishes
that they were. The chorus, who, according to the play, are supposed to
be all strangers meeting for thc first
time, seem by some extraordinary coincidence to know thc words and
music and join in in a most absurd
manner. Worst of all these same
songs are played perpetually at every
function you go to, and the ultra fashionable talk is about the last song
sung by Miss Tiddle-Pop and So-and-
So's  great success, "The Yum-Yum-
mics." H^	
Pure   tragedy,   pure   comedy,   pure  suppose   I   must
melodrama,   all   have   gone   by   the with your father
from the floor below. He had always
expressed a wish to be cremated, and
as the firemen successfully prevented
this being done in an e-.onomical way
he was taken to the establishment at
Woking, and I was asked to compose
a short epitaph to be engraved on
the urn which contained his ashes. I
was much complimented on my success. I wrote:
"It wasn't the smoke that worried the
bloke,     ^^^^^^^^^
"But the smoking that took him to
Woking."
The family assured me that noth
ing could better have expressed the
last wish  of the dear departed, and
such is the epitaph that his executors
will be requested to put on the urn of
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board in favour of the Comic Opera, fully angry?"
Shades of Gilbert & Sullivan, if you "Oh, I don't think so," replied the
knew what you had instituted, your fair girl. "Of course he'll be awfully
souls would return to haunt every ac- surprised, but I'm sure that after a
tor manager until he came back to bit he'll give in and it will be all
the paths of legitimate drama.   Now  right."
see how different an audience will Then Harry went and manfully
flock to witness a melodrama. Not knocked at the smoking-room door,
so high class, perhaps, but far more and papa called out:—
enthusiastic. \'ote the hisses which "Come in, young man. What an
delight thc villian's heart, and the awful time you've been settling that
cheers and plaudits lavished on the little matter! Of course my answer
hero,* though as a rule that individual is 'Yes.'   Bless you!"
seems a somewhat soapy sort of per- 	
son. The heroine too usually displays Music-lovers who have arrived here
more fevour tlian sense in her re- in Victoria from Seattle or Vancouver
marks. And then the climax; vice declare that the orchestra which plays
rebutted, virtue triumphant, the hero- in The Poodle Dog Restaurant, Vic-
inc with her true love, the villain toria, eclipses any that they have
gnashing his teeth. Now watch thc heard in other Coast cities. It is a
crowd. Enthusiasm is rampant, and pleasure to sit down and eat to the
many go home far better for what strains which are evolved from the
they have seen than they will be for strings and other instruments during
next Sunday's sermon. the dinner or supper hour.
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Furniture Store
For Hotel Men«and Others
We have just put into stock a carload of Vitrified Tableware—by far the most satisfactory kind for
hotelmen  made.
This famous roll-rim and unchipable edge ware is used by the great majority of hotels, restaurants
and transportation companies throughout Great Britain and the British Colonies and largely in other
parts  of the world.
It will stand many times the rough usage the ordinary sorts do. The edge will not chip and its
table life is therefore many times that of the other kinds which are bound to chip in the rough handling dishes are subjected to in hotels, restaurants, etc., etc.
This line comes in plain white and also in a pleasing green border pattern. It costs no more than
you arc accustomed to paying for the common kind. We stock large quantities and you are able at any
time to get any quantity. There is no reason why you shouldn't have a pleasing and satisfactory line
of tableware for your house. to any out-of-town hotel or restaurant
We shall be pleased to mail, free of all charge, a sample plate
interested.
H NEW LINE OF CHIFFONIERS
These pieces of furniture are sold largely in suites, but the sale of odd chiffoniers is increasing.
There are thousands who need one to put their clothes in, something well built, handsomely finished, of
snappy designs and general utility and excellence. We have this sort and have just put into stock six
new patterns which should tempt you. See these pieces and the prices, and you will surely have a place
to keep things where you can find them when wanted.
CHIFFONIER
Elm, golden finish, top 17x33
in., stands 4 feet high, has 5 full
length drawers $12.00
CHIFFONIER
Surface quarter cut Oak, golden
finish, top 17x32 in., stands 4
feet high, has 5 full length
drawers, British bevel mirror at
back  $17.00
CHIFFONIER
Elm, golden finish, top 17x33
in,, stands 4 feet high, has 5 full
length drawers, British bevel
mirror   at   back $15.00
CHIFFONIER
Surface quarter cut Oak, golden
finish, top 17x32 in., stands 4
feet high, has 5 full length
drawers—a very useful and
pretty article  $14.00
CHIFFONIER
Surface quarter cut Oak, golden
finish, top 19x36 in., has 14x24
in., British bevel mirror, a long
and two short drawers and 1
door.   Special value at $20.00
CHIFFONIER
Surface quarter cut Oak, golden
finish, top 18x34 in., shaped
British bevel mirror at back
12x22 in., swell front, 3 long and
2 short drawers and 1
door   $22.50
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COAT  AND  TROUSERS
HANGERS
With the expenditure of a few
cents you can purchase here a
couple of coat and trouser hangers, and the money will be well
spent.
Use them each night and you
will be surprised and delighted
with the results. They will keep
your new suit new for a long
time. We sell the "Goodform"
and other styles, the prices
start at ioc.
Victoria Home
of
Whitney Go-Carts
^otes on
Provincial News
The Kilkenny Cats.
The Vancouver World and the Pro-
nce continue their squabble as to
rculation, much to the amusement
it scarcely to the education of the
ading public. In the endeavor to
•ove that its own circulation is the
rger, each is sacrificing whatever
aims it may have had to a reputa-
Dn for veracity. The World is like-
to win out if the result can be
tained by sensational exaggeration,
iscarding grammatical restraint, it
dares in a special headline over the
le on the first page, that "The
rorld is the only evening paper pub-
ihed in Vancouver, the circulation
which stays put," and since it de-
ares immediately below the title
at it is "the paper that prints the
cts," there should be little diffi-
lty in accepting its assurance. Just
hat it means by staying "put" is
it very obvious, but it would be a
:w experience in newspaperdom to
id that the circulation showed no
ictuation. That could only happen
len it had reached the dead level
monotony, which could not be far
moved from stagnation. It is a
etty quarrel but a sheer waste of
ne, devoid of interest for the public
d valueless in any event as a criter-
for determining the actual circu-
:ion.
scale ranging from $3.50, which is
the lowest rate, to $4.50 per day. Of
course, contract workers make much
more than this, but it speaks well for
the prosperity and the vitality of any
district when it can afford to pay
such a scale of wages.
Two features in connection with
this advance are noticeable, the first
is that it is a perfectly satisfactory
settlement, and has been accepted
practically by all the men; the second
is that the advance was made on the
ground of the increased cost of living,
a fact which will have to be recognized throughout the Province.
ed out, it will pass through one of
the finest valleys in the Province, and
the enthusiam of "The Prospector"
does not lead it to exaggerate the
prospects one bit when it declares
that an inland empire will be developed by its construction. The Fort
Steele to Golden stage which like
many an other stage has played an
important part in the pioneer work
of B. C, will soon be a thing of the
past, and the best stage driver whoever handled the reins in Western
Canada—Doyle—will have to seek
fresh fields and pastures new if he
still wishes to tool a team.
pie are indirectly benefited by an improved educational system, therefore
all should be taxed to produce this
result. The school books for use in
British Columbia schools should be
printed by the government and distributed free or at the actual cost of
production to the children. At present they are printed principally in
Ontario. If the Government printing
office isn't equipped for such work, it
is time both the plant and the men
handling it were modernized or
thrown on the slag heap."
Goods  News at  Phoenix.
The labour troubles which have
en perplexing the Boundary District
r some weeks past are happily set-
id, and work is being resumed at all
e mines. Substantial advances in
iges have been conceded to the
iners, aggregating 50c per day un-
rground, and 10 per cent, above
ound. The rate of wage in this
strict is now in all probability the
hest on the Continent, the fixed
No Tears To Be Shed.
If The Week errs on the subject
of the impending retirement of G.
G. S. Lindsay from managerial duties, it does so on very high authority,
but its estimate of that gentleman's
value to the Province is endorsed by
no less an authority than the Phoenix
Pioneer, which is about as well fitted
by reason of its importance in the
industrial world to express an opinion
as any paper in B. C. By degrees the
opinion of The Week on this subject is being very widely accepted.
The Pioneer says:
"A short time since The Week, of
Victoria, announced—apparently without regret—that G. G. S. Lindsay, the
lawyer-manager of the Crow's Nest
Pass Coal Co., was about to resign.
It was at once denied by the Nelson
News, which wired to the company's
Toronto office, but The Week insists
that time will show the truth of its
announcement. There is small likelihood of many tears being shed
throughout the Kootenays and Boundary when it really comes to pass."
The  Kootenay  Central Railway.
It is no wonder that the decision
to commence construction of the Koo-
teiuy Central Railway has been hailed with delight throughout East Kootenay, as The Week has often point-
Wanted—School Books.
The Greenwood Ledge renders a
public service by calling attention in
its own pointed manner to the fact
that British Columbia schools are
dominated by Ontario text books, and
sold here at prices ranging from 25
per cent, to 40 per cent, higher than
is charged in Ontario. This is, in
spite of the fact that Ontario is in
a constant state of agitation against
what the people there consider an excessive charge. The Week endorses
every word uttered by the Ledge on
this subject, and has pleasure in reprinting its remarks in the hope that
other papers will see their way to do
the same:
"In another column is published an
article on the school-book monopoly
in Ontario. This is a question which
the government of British Columbia
should try to dispose of at an early
date. If the people of Ontario have
been paying excessive rates for school
books, we in the west have been paying from 25 to 40 per cent, more for
the same books. This province is
sufficiently far advanced in its educational system to take the only rational
view of the question, and furnish text
books free to all children of school
age. This view of the question may
be considered an extreme one, but it
can hardly be denied that all the peo-
Awakening at Princeton.
At last there arc some signs of
awakening at Princeton, the awakening is on the part of the press, for
the Similkameen Star, which, under
the benign influence of E. A. Howse,
has been as blind as the proverbial
bat to any right doing on the part of
the McBride Government, begins to
realize that after all something is being done for the Province by the
powers that bc. It recognizes that
Princeton is sharing in thc benefit
which results from stable administration in securing a long desired
school-house, for which thanks are
due to the influence of Mr. Shatford
and the willingness of thc Government to meet the reasonable requirements of the new valley. If the Star
keeps awake it may see yet other advantages flowing from thc same
source.
further steps in the formation of an
advancement society for Vancouver Island. It is a suggestion that
should and does meet with general
approval. The entire Island should
be included and the facts set forth
to the world that there is no finer
land on earth when all is considered,
than Vancouver Island, and no country so richly endowed by nature with
climate, fertility of soil, timber,
scenic surroundings, mineral and timber wealth and so situated geographically, that it can and will command
the attention of the world for all
time to come.
Not Supposed to Know.
An esteemed contemporary opines
that editors know nothing about
banking, a charge which is unfortunately only too true. The writer
goes a step further and declares that
in dealing with the subject The Week
is getting out of its depth, there the
writer is wrong, and is respectfully
assured that the editor of Thc Week
knows enough about his business to
know what he doesn't know and to
get thc most expert assistance in matters beyond his own personal ken, a
system which would ruin the editor
of thc esteemed contemporary.
The Bulwark.
An Island Association.
The Nanaimo Herald bewails the
fact that no move is being made in
the direction of forming an advancement Association for Vancouver
Island. The matter was mooted in
the columns of the Herald a month
or more ago, and commented on at
the time by Thc Week. Thc matter
is well put in the following extract
from a recent issue of our contemporary:
"No  one  seems to be  taking any
(By Clinton  Scollard)
Upon a day I was assailed by Fear,
But   lo,   Love   came   and   whispered   In
mi no ear,
"I am beside tliee; bo thou comforted!"
And I east forth that dread.
Upon a day I was beset by Doubt,
And  vainly  strove   my   tireless   foo   to
rout
Until   Love  murmured,   "Courage!   have
thou  faith!"
When Doubt was but a wraith.
Upon a day I was engirt by TTnto,
And, Impotent and dumb, could not abate
The    dire    beleaguerment    until    Love
spoke,
When the dark meshes broke.
Abide, O sovereign sacred and supreme!
Guard thou my waking! warder thou my
dream!
I shall not shrink at even Death s grim
will
If thou be bulwark still! , THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907
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The Tramp's Philosophy.
(By Bart Kennedy)
It is said that the world will be
saved through work. But I fail to
see it.
Indeed, a blind man might see that
this ideal of work is mainly put forth
by acute people, who live fatly upon
the labour of those who are more or
less unintelligent. And I am sorry
to be forced to record the fact that
these acute people have often been
backed up by those whom the world
alleges to be profound thinkers.
I like Carlyle. His prose wakens
one up. But I wish he had not hod
this bee in his bonnet concerning toil.
Man has done a good deal of work
in the world, and how is he the better
for it? Is he happier? He is not.
Has he as good a time as the animals?   No.
However, it is only fair to say that
no really intelligent man works if he
can get out of it. He becomes either
a statesman, or a thinker, or an artist, or an overseer of the labour of
others. The nearest approach that
a really intelligent man will get to
work is to make other people do it.
Uy nature I am a most sympathetic person, but I must confess that
I can't summon up sympathy for the
man who says he is fatigued through
the effort of making other people
work. The profound fatigue of the
statesman, or the thinker, or the overseer moves me but little. Whenever
I hear of it, I wink the other eye.
For where is the man who is too lazy
to be a thinker, or an overseer, or a
statesman? Show me the tramp who
would be too lazy to join the Cabinet!
Why, I wouldn't mind joining it myself!
And here T must let you into a
secret concerning the mental makeup of the tramp. He is not the cynic
the world supposes. There is someone for whom he has a reverence and
a regard. There is someone to whom
he looks up. In his h-nart of hearts
he has a hero.
This hero is the politician who
has attained his ideal of drawing a
stout and handsome salary for the
good of his country.
True, the tramp realises that all
politicians are job-chasers. However
noble and lofty and ideal the politician may be, he still keeps his
weather-eye upon the possibility of
doing work that is at once light and
dignified and exceedingly well paid.
And the nobler and purer and loftier
the politician is, the more is he
anxious to get into a position where
he can guide his beloved country—
which     but natural and patriotic.
The tramp knows of this desire for
work on the part of the politician.
But he forgives it. For it is work
that he would not mind doing himself.
Whenever I go to Westminster I
am struck with the resemblance that
exists between politicians and tramps.
To the unseeing eye there is, of cours
To the unseeing eye, there is, of
course, a difference, but this difference is merly on of apparel. Both
tramps and Parliamentarians have the
same expression of eye. Both wear
the look of introspection that comes
to those whose work lies within the
realms of thought.
Especially the statesmen who sit on
the Front Bench!
T, an old tramp, am filled with admiration and reverence as I gaze upon them. Had I been a cleverer and
more intelligent man, I would have
attained to the privilege of sitting
amongst them. But I do not feel jealous. For how can an old tramp feel
jealous of men who are skilful enough
to earn big salaries in the way they
earn them? Their work in life is to
sit easily and think, and when they
arc tired of thinking to get up and
say what they want to say, and then
to sit down again. It is grand. These
statesmen have attained to the very
summit of the tramp's ideal: to loaf
and lounge and talk, and to be paid
handsomely for this loafing and
lounging and talking by a grateful
nation.
Splendid!
It only proves this: That the
world, in reality, pays homage to the
tramp's ideal, which is to abhor the
doing of the thing that is useful.
I must dispel here an illusion that
some people have to the effect that
the tramp is a danger to the State.
Never was there illusion mor baseless,
The tramp is too much of a philosopher to be a revolutionist. As long
as he can live without the doing of
useful work, he is as satisfied with
life as the most brilliant Cabinet Minister that ever sat in Westminster.
He is just as anxious to keep things
as they are.
Neither is he a Socialist.
I ought to have mentioned that if
there be a crumpled roseleaf in the
statesman's downy bed—taking it
from the tramp's point of view—it is
the fact that the statesman has to
earn his salary by lounging and thinking in the inner air. The tramp
would hardly like this. However, if
he were a statesman, he might console himself with thoughts of the
nearness of the Terrace and the long
and joyous holidays.
The open airl
Is there anything so grand and fine
and beautiful as the open air? How
glorious it is to go along to no place
in particular, neither thinking of nor
caring for the morrow! Despite what
fools—who are sometimes called wise
men—may say, man gets more out
How wonderful is the open airl
*****
The fine glamour of the unexpected.
It shines into the life of the tramp.
As he goes along he wonders what
will turn up next. He is faced with
the mystery of the changing, inscrutable face of life. Life holds for him
an interest that it holds for no one
else.
Yes, he begs his bread! And what
of that? Who is to despise him because of that? Surely not the one
who lives off the labour of others!
Surely not those who sit in the governing chambers of the world! These
men of parliaments, whose mouths
are filled with glowing and noble
words! Surely it is not for such as
these to say that the tramp is one
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For the Socialists are parlous, unimaginative ruffians, whose ideal it
would be to make everyone work—
even   to   brilliant   Cabinet   Ministers.
Neither is the tramp a Liberal.
He is a Conservative to the backbone: a conserver of his energy. And
should the Liberal statesman be hypocritical enough to bring in any repressive measures against him, I hope
the Conservative statesmen will remember the tramp's politics, and annul these measures when next their
turn comes to receive stout salaries
for lounging upon the Front Bench.
The tramp loves the open air.
When I was drawing my parallel
between the statesman and the tramp,
of life when he lets tomorrow take
care of itself. I never was so happy
in all my life as I was in the old
days of wandering along. Security!
Man, when he is in a healthy state,
cares absolutely nothing for it. Security is at best but a cowardly word.
I know men who are "secure." I
know me who have plenty of money.
And, taking it all round, they don't
get as much out of life as "those who
live from hand to mouth.
To walk along in the glorious sunshine. How wonderful it is! How
bracing it is to go along in the keen
and healthful cold! To work one's
way through the storm! It brings to
the body power and strength! There
is beauty even in the fall of the rain.
who is lacking in dignity!
*****
Let me say this in seriousness.
It is not that I believe labour with
the hands to be inherently base and
ignoble. But the world itself has it
that liibour with the hands is a degradation. A man who labours is a
man who is ill-treated and despised.
I care not what lies may be put forth
by well-paid parasites. The one who
labours is one who is degraded.
I know what I am talking of, for I
was one who laboured. For years I
worked, and my lot was lower than
the lot of a dog.
And so I became a tramp, and in
becoming a tramp I became more of
Again, I do not say that there is j
no such thing as intellectual labour.
There is.   But I hold that the most'
real labour of all is labour with the i
hands.
All  men  should  labour  with  the 1
hands.
This  is  the  way that  the tramp f
looks at the question. j
He is one who is born into the ■
slave class. He is of the vast, darkj
pit that lies at the base of the social )
fabric. He is of the strange, dread-j
ful world that lies far underground, ;l
a world of darkness hideous and terrible.
He must work with the hands so j
that he may live. But so hard, sol
terrible, so merciless is the task that]
is set him that he rebels against it.
That is, he rebels against it if he I
has inherited any spark of manhood.}
I know whereof I speak, for I amj
of the depths where this slavery obtains. I have issued out from it, andl
it is not for me to forget. It is fori
me to warn. As sure as I write these!
words, the present social fabric will!
sink into this vast and dreadful mur-|
ky world that lies beneath it.
*****
And so the one who is a slave goes
forth into the world. He goes fortr(
into the light and the shine of thej
sun. He refuses to work longer. Bet-J
ter is it for him to beg his bread
than to endure slavery down in thq
darkness.
He possesses not the craft nor thd
power nor the opportunity to live
off his fellowmen. He goes forth, ond
who is homeless and nameless. Lif<|
for him is hard, but he no longel
dwells underground. And therq
comes to him a strange philosophy
There comes to him the wisdom thai
comes to those who wander in isoj
lation.
Those who labour not, but who livd
in high places, say that he will nol
work. True, he will not work. Anq
not all the laws that can be devised
by well-fed governmental drones will
force him to work. The tramp haa
realised that even death is a finel
thing than slavery.
He has  become wise.
*****
As he goes along the road, thingj
that have been long obscure to hin
become clear. He sees that the worlJ
is overflowing with people who ar|
trying to get out of the doing of laj
bour with the hands. The world il
filled to the brim with shirkers. Nl
one wants to work. Not even th
dullest slaves are satisfied with il
They would all get out of it if the|
could.
He sees the hypocrisy of the shirl-J
ers who are cute enough to lire we|
without the doing of real work,
appraises at its true value their iij
dignation concerning himself. But
is philosopher enough not to blan
them too much, for he knows wej
that if all men took life as he takes il
these cute drones would have to tun
to and work for their bread.    He ui
derstands their anxiety.    He unde]
stands the   anxiety   of members
Parliament,   and  all   the   loafers
the official class.
So he takes things easy. For ll
has at the very least as much rig|
tolive as anyone else.
Hardship!   He doesn't mind it.
becomes healthy and contented.
He sees the truth that the worl
has gone foolish on the idea of nisi
It is made plain to him that animal
are certainly wiser than men, thoug
they may not be so clever.
He knows that trouble will con
to this civilisation, but not from mJ
like him. It will come from the idil
slaves whose ideal is to be as wJ
off as their masters. He has as littl
use for Socialists as he has for Li|
erals or Tories.
His ideal is to be free, and at t|
same time to do no work.
He is the only honest shirker
work in the world.   He is the pione
of a finer and calmer life.
He wanders along, a real phil|
sopher.
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west; 40 chains north; 160 chains ea"
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mencement.
Staked 24th day of April, 1907.
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10000 Cariboo-McKinney    03J4
100 Dominion Copper 6.75
1000 Diamond Vale Coal 24
2000 International  Coal    73
5000 La Plata Mines   15
2000 Rambler Cariboo  35^
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300 Western Oil Con 2.10
100 Western Oil, Pfd 4.50
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(near Postoffice) Vancouver.
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On Kootenay Lake and West Arm.
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and prices to suit all.
Some snaps in Coast property.
Kincaid & Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial
Agents
First Street   ::   ::   Revelstoke, B. C.
REAL ESTATE
SPECIAL BARGAINS
95,000—City lot 629.120 feet, on Douglas st.
I5.000—Cottage and lot, 80x120; No. 181
Fort «t.
$1,350—Fine residential lot near Douglas st., J500 cash, balance In two
years at 6 per cent.
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46 Vert Street
P. O. Box 77 Phone 1279
VICTORIA
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Fruit lands, cleared, with or
without buildings, in suburbs
of Nanaimo, from $170 per
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ISLAND.
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SUBURBAN    HOME    NOW?
41 acres overlooking Fraser
River, 20 cleared, 10 in orchard;
will make a beautiful country
home.   Price, $4,200.   Easy terms.
21 acres of excellent fruit land;
very easy to clear; close to school.
Store, C. P. R. station and steamboat landing—$50 per acre. Terms.
50 acres on Great Northern
Railway, near New Westminster.
This is No. 1 land; has some valuable cedar and, and trackage for
saw and shingle mill. Price, only
$2,500.   Terms.
11-5 acres at Collingwood Station on tram line; cleared; two-
storey house; furniture; steel
range ; 12 cords wood; good well.
Price, $1,800, $500 cash.
160 acres, 10 clear; some good
timber; close to river. This place
has valuable deposit of clay, suitable for brick. Rare opportunity
for enterprising man to make a
fortune.   Price, only $20 per acre.
Lots in all parts of the city.
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Yanconrer, B.C. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
BEAUTIFUL PARISIAN MODELS—The Week, by special arrangement with the celebrated photographer, Henri Manuel, of Paris, is
enabled to present, weekly, to its readers, the newest creations in
fashion, posed specially by famous Parisian models . Unlike the
illustrations in fashion magazines, these reproductions are from
life. The above evening wrap of white satin brocade is from the
Maison Bone Soeurs. Paris. The collar and sleeves are made of
dotted net. and the frills and long ends are held in place by
bunches of pale pink satin roses and pale green velvet leaves.
ip<fy'fyi?'fyif,tyif<fyifififi?
if if
if A Lady's Letter *
^ By  BABETTE. if
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Dear Madge:
They do nothing by halves in the
United States, especially in the Western part of the Continent, and it is
therefore by no means surprising to
hear that the Utah Legislature has
recently enacted a law to make bridge
illegal.   Five years' imprisonment is
the penalty   for   playing   the game,
which will thus achieve a fearsome
attraction in   social   circles   in Salt
Lake  and  other  cities.   Directly  a
sport becomes dangerous or a game
of chance illegal, it receives a wonderful   impetus   to  popularity.    The
first universal  delirium of bridge is,
happily, over in England, and even
confirmed card   players   show   some
signs of convalescence,  but we are
still   under   the   tyranny   of   games.
Though the born gambler never realizes it. there are numbers of people
who don't care for cards and remain
quite cold on the subject of games
of hazard.   From the point of view
of the prudent mother, bridge should
be discouraged, for no girl looks her
best winning and losing money. However,  I  really believe  there  is still
too much gambling among women—
The hand that rocks the cradle, writes
Irving R. Bacon, now deals the cards.
It might be truer to say: "The hand
that should rock the cradle," for women especially those of the leisured
classes, have become such inveterate
gamblers that thy can hardly spare
the time  for any other amusement,
much less for the care of the household and of their own children. There
need be no doubt that in large cities
there exist gambling dens devoted
exclusively to the patronage of women, and these gilded palaces of fortune, (or rather misfortune) could
not arise unless there was a crying demand for them. What creates this
demand? Tedium, says Mr. Bacon,
with an appearance of truth, is, in
the last analysis, the underlying cause
of the gambling madness of women.
The present plethora of wealth has
placed many of them above the need
of attending to their household duties. Those of them that are philanthropic or those that possess a mental equipment strong enough to insure them against tedium find all the
motives for the gratification of their
will in the practice of charity or the
pursuit of intellectual delights.. But
those who are not so blessed are
driven to gratify the cravings of the
restless will in whatever other way
they can find. And gambling furnishes the handiest and most absorbingly interesting mode of escape from
their insufferable tedium.
Dress is artistic this year, but not
artistic in the sense understood by
the artistic world, and there are a
great many individual models which
are far removed from the ordinary
standard mcdiorcre. I rather fear
that as thc season advances the chic
artisticness of the very smartest
gowns will give place to bedraggled,
betinselled would-be artisticness. The
dangers of this are to be feared in
the kimono sleeve and the picture
hat, if either be treated with anything
but the utmost care and skill. The
kimona sleeve has to be cut well on
to the shoulder before it is taken off,
which  sounds  paradoxical,  but  the I
Different
People
Have
Different
Tastes
SUIT or OVERCOAT
MADE TO ORDER
Scotland Woolen Mills 0
WINNIPEG ^VANCOUVER
turn**«»«w of
minrrcms ammiat
You'll notice the people who are generally accredited with
the BEST TASTE in every respect are the ones for WHOM
WE MAKE CLOTHES.
We only charge you $15.00 for the suit or overcoat you
ought to have.
SCOTLAND WOOLEN MILLS CO.
J. T. CROOT, Manager
Hastings St. VANCOUVER
initiated will understand what I mean.
Really sloping shoulders went out
with hysterics and sal volatile; we
have brought in new shoulders with
new drugs since the days of the Anthony Trollope novels. Yet nothing
is prettier than the compromise between the Japanese kimona and the
most up-to-date Parisian model, with
Oriental embroideries. The latest
craze in the millinery world is the
worship of the water-lily, writes a
Paris correspondent. The most popular water-lily of the moment is of
a faint pink tint, and so beautifully
is it made that even at close quarters
it is almost impossible to believe it
to be artificial. For the cloche hat
now so fashionable a cluster of water-
lilies is an ideal trimming; the crown
of the hat would probably be made
of puffed point d'esprit, with a length
of soft satin ribbon twisted round it,
and at one side, near the front, the
water lilies; under the drooping brim
there would be several choux of tulle
to match the ribbon. Or another and
very favourite style of trimming for
mushroom hats is the thick quilling
of wide ribbon round the full straw
crown, with the flowers placed well
out on the brim near the front.
In spite of the fact that we are
taught from the beginning not to
trust appearances, that "beauty is deceitful, and favour is vain." an attractive exterior has charms for all hu- ing ;n tile;r test frills without a single Rowland  Brittain,   Patent  Attomaj
manity; it is the law of Nature, the specimen 0f the other sex, and pre- Vancouver.	
law of life.   Moreover, beauty may tenm-ng t0 enjoy a long and costly A B.troip.ot.
be and often is, co-existent with other mea|   is simp|y amazing.   I am far MaV 31st> 1902-
HpsirAMe  nnalitie-? <■       ' j ..   4  ,„  „„.4„  For two long years and more the
aesiraDie qualities. from deny,ng that a woman s party 0f battle
The woman a man marries usually can be one of the most sociable and Had rplalnS°'er sunny AfrIca's scorch
is, and she ought to be, to his way diverting of festivities, but it all de- A little cloud at first, beheld afar,
of thinking, the prettiest and nicest pen<is on the women.   Unfortunately, Presaghig^mighty   war,   and   carna
girl whom he can find, and it is the the kind of hostess who has to fall But then a 'faint and distant speck,
business, not to say the duty, of all back on the "ladies' lunch" as an en- A   gathering   tempest,   menacing
women to bear this fact in mind and tertainment has not generally the art which^flerceiy  bursts  on  unprepaJ
to make the best of themselves out- t0 draw around her the intellect and And so»he toU of many a flowerj
wardly and inwardly.   Lord Beacons- wjt 0f the day.   At these women s life. 1
field wrote that. "A girl's beauty is parties the conversation is apt to turn Two »■$}£ 8rlm* close ln desPerJ
as potent a power as is genius in on chiffons,   small   scandal-without ^^"^^
man."   Lord Chesterfield, in his court- ariy sauce—and even the iniquities of Long in the distance had the thund
ly old world fashion, said that no wo- maids   and   Chinamen.   The  whole Faintly^fU-s't. then louder, till at l]
man need be homely unless of her thing is too often simply a procession Full °™rI{1|a<i u bursts-   And at
own  will,  or words  to  that  effect; 0{  unnecessary   dishes,   accompanied Hark!   'Tis a trumpet calling—"Brit|
and the same saying holds good to- by a dress-parade, where the banking- And B£™' once more the mettle of
day.   Beauty of person is a woman's book scores and personal charm is at AgainBOanns(|" yet agaln> and down
strongest weapon in her equipment a discount. The ladies' lunch, in short, blast,
for the battle of life. is an innovation    which    should be *™ggg tahbeovtera^ ^Uny'ma?ch|
feet. I
For Britain spares not of her best I
give, I
That she may shine with glory, asi
yore, I
Untimmed; washed in the life-blood|
her sons.
Now   fainter   rolls   the   thunder,
once more
The storm sounds faintly in the furt|
distance
And dies away; and all is peace    _
And  may  that  Peace,  whose  blessj
war has taught,
Reign ever, still inviolate, till the
When  wars  shall  cease,  and  all
dwell together
is an innovation
"Let  no woman  consider  herself sternly discountenanced; it serves no
plain-featured until she sees the bad purpose,   and   is   a   waste   of time,
qualities written  in her face,"  says nerves and money,
an old writer in a "Book of Beauty,"
"and let no girl consider herself fair
to behold so long as she makes no
effort to free her heart from the evil
thoughts and passions which may disfigure her countenance.   A sweet and I      ~        ~
amiable disposition is the best assur-                 Patents Granted,
ance of beauty.   But let every woman     A Canadian    Patent
. ,     , , ,   . ..    „ „„    . during the past week to Messrs.
be careful not to neglect the care of {fed Coates and Henry w> jjackett
...nc   --.„i.J awen logeuier
was granted In brotherhood—a second golden ag'
Al- Unbroken till the ending of the v
—C. J. L.*
her beauty as beauty. It deserves 0f the State of Victoria, Australia, on
her attention and respct as much as an improved marine engine governor
it deserves that of men."
His Kind.
In one of the Western cities!
This  invention is an  application of
A laSZcn^is a terror of £^J ft^nt&oA 5S£ ^^^J^SSS
society and one which we could easily while   pitching   establishes   contact perjury.   As the trial was neanng
dispense   with.   To   the experienced with an electric circuit to close the climax,  the  court  became  intern
hostess the feminine lunch is a sign valve by. which steam is admitted to excited, and there was a great
of social failure and  diminution, of Jfe -gfo \yS^f. 1X^1 <*, «*• $ *JTX  ban
personal charm.   And, in truth, there 0f Victoria, B.C., on his improved Order,   cried the judge, ban
is    something    pathetically    forlorn means for loading and unloading lum- a gavel on his desk,
about these mid-day Adamless ban- ber from trucks, with Patent » be- «Rye high balls," answered one]
quets. To the mere man the spectacle gjft^'fyft*^ i*£ the *■*»- Wh° WaS * ^ W
of twenty peerless beauties, peacock- were obtained through the ag-ancy of ern cowboy. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907
Subscribed Capital, 9500,000.00.
Beserve Fnnd, $50,000.00.
4 per eeat. Paid en Deposits.
Absolute  Security Assured.
Acts   __LS
Ezeeutors   Trustees   Liquidator!
Valuators        Insurance
Loans  Seal Estate  Savings Bank
Bond Issues Guaranteed.
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
338 Hastings  Bt. W.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver Social.
The monthly meeting of the board
Df the Y. W. C. A. will take place
ext Tuesday.
* *   *
Mrs. C. D. Rand, formerly of Thur-
ow   street,   is   residing   on   Comax
street.
* #   *
Mrs. Magee of 1357 Howe street,
vill spend the summer at Pavillion
fountains   for   the   benefit   of   her
lealth.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Green of Edmonton
,re stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Jrant of 056 Burrard street.
r *   *   *
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendry and
itr. and Mrs. Faulkner returned last
Sunday night from a trip to Stave
_,ake.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the General Hospital realized over $1,700 last
Saturday in their yearly appeal to
the public for funds to be applied to
supply linen and other comforts of
all kinds, for the public and private
wards of the hospital.
* *   *
Mr. Phipps, manager of the Imperial Bank of Canada at Revelstoke,
has rented the residence of Mr. F.
X. Marren for the summer months.
Mrs. Victor E. Gilmer, of 1220
Beach Avenue, will receive every first
Tuesday.
* *   *
Mrs. Beasley of Harwood street
gave a very pleasant afternoon tea
last week in honor of Mrs. Bacon,
of Fernie. Among those present were
Mesdames Law, Henderson, Green,
Wallbridge, Thompson, Bacon, Beasley, Johnson and others.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Sweet of Burrard
street, will leave on the 12th of this
month for the east, where they will
join Miss McKechnie. Together they
will sail for Europe where they expect to spend the next six months
touring.
»   *   *
The wardens of St. James' Church
held a most successful reception in
the parish-room Tuesday evening, as
a welcome home to the rector, Rev.
H. G. Fiennes-Clinton. The congregation turned out in full force, and
many from other churches were there
as well. Tea, coffee and light refreshments were served from a daintily decorated table, and a very delightful  evening came  to  an  end.
* *     ¥
Right Rev. Bishop Dart, of New
Westminster, delivered the address
of welcome at the International Anglican Clericus, which convened Wednesday evening in St. James' Church.
A choral service also took place at
the opening. Among the prominent
visitors present are Right Rev. Dr.
Perrin, Bishop   of   Columbia; Right
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While the young  men of
Canada, quickly open to mod-
as, at once adopted the
eady system of tailoring,
ider and more conservative  men soon   became  as
enthusiastic about it.
Why pay $30 for a wait-to-order
suit when you can get the same
material better tailored for $201
You may see just how its look*
made up before you buy. .*r.
Semi-ready Suits are finished to
measure in two hour* after the
order is booked. Every tuit is
fashioned to fit some particular
physical type.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Docks,
Vancouver, B. C.
I Dr. Faulkner of Peterboro, Ont., is
■siting his brother, Mr. Faulkner of
licola street.
* *   *
iMrs. J. J. Banfield of Butte street,
ave a very pleasant tea last week in
hnor of her friend, Mrs. Robt. Grant.
I *   *   *
IMrs. F. C. Sykes will receive on
Tiursday at her residence, 882 Horn-
Street,  and  not  again  until  the
Itumn.
* *   *
jMiss  McKechnie  left  on Tuesday
visit   friends   in   Manitoba,  after
Erich she will go to Europe for a
|ar.
* *   *
■The members of the Sunshine Club
ere entertained by Mrs. Howell of
hrclay street at afternoon tea at the
pt meeting in April.
* *   »
|Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Grant left last
Iturday for an extended eastern trip,
ley will   visit   Toronto   and other
lints.
* *   *
Irs. Senkler of Haro street, the
ft few days of this week is holding
bowling tournament for the benefit
[the Maternity ward of the hospital.
* *     ¥
Irs. Montgomery Smith of Bare-
street, left last Saturday in com-
Iny with her husband for a month's
up the Cariboo.
* *   *
Irs. Brenton of Hornby Street, is
pected home some time the first
'next month, after a six months'
lit with her daughter in New Castle,
Igland.
J *   *   *
IWiss Matthews of Lancashire, Eng-
\,d, will  sail the last of June  for
_ne.   While  here  she  will  be  for
fime a guest of Mrs. Harry Grant,
neice.
Rev. Bishop Scadding, of Oregon;
and Right Rev. Bishop Keator, of
Olympia. There will be about sixty
clergy present in all and the number
will include about twenty-six from
the United States.
Victoria.
The Attraction of the Season at the
Gorge.
The regular summer attractions at
the Gorge Park will be inaugurated
on Monday evening and after that
date there will be a continuous performance for the remainder of the
season. The B. C. Electric Railway
Company are exerting every effort
to give the citizens of Victoria a
summer resort which will be an attraction in itself and have even gone
further and arranged to have a series
of Bioscopic pictures every evening.
It is expected that the Gorge will
this year be even more popular than
since it has been open. The pictures
for the first week will include some
of the finest of the large number of
films owned by the Edison Display
Company and there will be a change
every week. In connection with the
pictures an orchestra will be present
every evening and will materially assist in making the time pass pleasantly. The orchestral concert will commence at 8 o'clock every evening and
the pictures will be thrown on the
screen as soon as it is sufficiently
dark to make them visible. The
machine which will be used to  en
large the films is one of the strongest
ever used in Victoria and it is expected that the display will be greatly
improved over anything that has been
seen in this line in Victoria. In arranging these pictures the management have filled a longfelt want and
it is hoped that the citizens of Victoria will show their appreciation by
patronizing them regularly. The railway company has arranged a special
service for the evenings and cars
will leave the corner of Yates and
Government street every ten minutes.
Now that more double track has been
laid the company is in a position to
handle the largest crowd that offers
and patrons need have no fear of the
service. With good weather, which
Victoria generally enjoys about this
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and it is hoped that their expectations
will be realized.
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Prior to the last solar eclipse the
colonel of a German regiment of infantry sent for his sergeant and observed: "There will be an eclipse
of the sun tomorrow. The regiment
will meet on the parade-ground in
undress uniform. I will come and
explain the eclipse before drill. If
the day is cloudy the men will meet
in  the  drill-shed as  usual."
Whereupon the sergeant drew up
the following order of the day: "Tomorrow morning, by order of the
colonel, there will be an eclipse of
the sun. The regiment will assemble
on the parade-ground, where the colonel will come and superintend the
eclipse in person. If the sky is
cloudy the eclipse will take place in
the  drill-shed."
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VICTORIA. THE WEEK  SATURDAY, JUNE 8   1907.
The Week
A Provincial Review and Magazine, published every Saturday by
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COMPANY, LIMITED.
Literary  Criticism.
The Wisdom
of a Sage,
Clubs, where a bruised fancy may see
black-balls  raining."
The   next   sentence   gives    us   a 	
glimpse of Meredith's philosophy, Mr- ■Percy MacKaye's "Sappho and
which in spite of his natural predilec- -Phaon," which has just been pub-
tion to irony, and satire, is always lished and in which Madame Kalich
wise and sane:   "Love is a madness, is to appear next season, is his fourth !
 ;  having heaven's wisdom in it—a spark, published dramatic work.   It is also
Published at VICTORIA and VANCOUVER But even when it is driving us  on probably  the  most  important  work
  the breakers, call it love; and be not of this young poet, who is now recog-
<s8ti Government Street..Victoria, B.C.  unworthy of it, hold to it.   In spite nizeQ as  standing  in  the  first  rank
636  Hastings  St Vancouver,  B.C.  0f  Victor's   fits  of  unreasonableness of living dramatic poets.   Mr.  Mac-
W. BLAKEMORE..Manager and Editor  his gentle,    good,   friendly, innocent Kaye's rise has been rapid.   It is only
- aim in life was of this very simplest; four years since he came before the
so  wonderful,  by  contrast  with  his public   with    "The    Canterbury Pil-
powers, that she, assured of it as she grims."   That admirable comedy was
was   by   experience    of   him,   was accepted  by   Mr.   Sothern,  but  was
touched, in a transfusion of her feel- not produced.   It was followed short-
ings through lucent globes of admira- ly by "Fenris, the Wolf," which deep-
tion and of tenderness to reverence." ened the impression made by "The
What will my lady readers say of Canterbury Pilgrims.   Last year came
. tiie following, upon whicli I forbear "Jeanne d'Arc," which was published
The   attempt   to   popularize   Geo. comment-   "Even  the simultaneously with its first perform-
Meredith would be an act of vandal- J ' . h    PMwarrl   Sn-Hiem  and   Tnlia
.   44. 4   u-      u-i       1     11     best of women, even the most beauti- ance  °y  -e-awara  sotnern ana juiia
ism,    not   that    his    philosophy   lacks     ,. ....t' 4       . Mnrlnwe     Tt   is   safe   tn   <sav  that   fir.
.,      ,        .    . c     ' ful, and in their moments of suprem- iviariowe.   it is sate to say tnat no
the element of permanence or of um-       '.-..... dramatic nnem hv an American n.i-Hinr
1-4     u 4 4U 4 1.    * • ■    , est beauty, have this gross ravenous- oramatic poem Dy an American autnor
versa ity, but that he is an original, £ must in recent years has had so great a
stylist    of    characteristically    subtle *\n_ success.   ft  remained ;„  the  reper.
thought  expressed in phraseology as .      ^   u        w ^ toire  0f the  Sothern-Marlowe  com-
obscure to the average reader as the ,               .         ,   .   ,     .       .    ,. _„_„ turr,,,aUr,„t tt... Vp»r   anH  «nt
...          - „        ? that man is  exclusively  imaginative Pany tnrougnout tne year, ana was
syllogisms of Browning. and        i(;al. and tha(. his mate   the produced  in  London  early in  their
While this  does not detract from *          •             bewitching, with Present English season.   "Sappho and
his merits, and indeed constitutes an •       *          ;.              q{   * Phaon" will be produced in New York
added charm to those who have mas- being  something  of  a in September, under the direction of
tered the intricacies of his style, it „                                                        —^n^^^ _. .
has prevented the masses from be- gr°ye er\ ,.       .        _   .   . 	
. .   .     ...        . There is another characteristic ex-
coming  acquainted  with  and  appre- no and     Mr.  Putnam  Weale-S latest book,
eating  the   greatest   living   English ^ certainly dQes ^ ^ on ^ „The Truce in the East and Its Af-
"T !u     41.     u    a .u u   u       side of under-emphasis, but tends to termath," seems to have confirmed the
On the other hand those who have Meredith   ^   Dkkens position this author already held both
taken the trouble to dig beneath the ^ ^ ^ ^ in England and in America as per.
SZ     u Taa        ,      ♦             tg K     iect, "Gilt widows arc equal to de- haps the foremost English authority
oft imbedded in almost impenetrable ''..,..                        in in hU snecial field    In snite of the
.    ,        .   ,, .       .       „„ ; „ ,.„„    crees  of  fate  to  us  young  fellows. ln nls special neia.   in spue oi me
husk or shell, have become ever there-                                         ' .    ° Antrlo-Tananese alliance Mr Weale is
-               ,'               .    ..      „   .*.    Upon my word the cleric who unites -^ngio Japanese ainance, ivir. vyeaie is
after   worshippers   at   the   masters       ,   ,     ,       .,   ..       ..         .. no blind admirer of the Tananese- vet
u •        i»u,i.     :.. 1    4. ~«r.f.r>n r.< and the law that sanctions, they are no Dllna aamirer oi me Japanese, yet
shrine.   With the single exception of                       „ his crjticisms of the Japanese char-
"The Amazing Marriage," written un-                       ^    on     ^^ which acter and of Japanese policies are ac.
der peculiar circumstances in the de-        *   yQnJTemind my readers 0{ the cepted by the English papers because
cline  of  life,  every  one  of  Ueorge                    . ,             '     . ti.ev are aiwavs founded on careful
.,     ..,,,         ,       .„ .                 , „   scriptural  injunction  to  be  wise  as lney are <"wdys lounueu on uireiui
Meredith s works will become a clas-        »       ^ harmless as doves This observation    and    close    reasoning,
sic, and the greatest of them, "Richard  .    f                                            .     . "There is no feature of the nresent
Feverel"   will   rank   with   "Vanity 1S how,Meredlth exPresses lt:    Put There >s no feajturej)f the present
By BOHBMIAN.
Mr. Harrison Grey Fiske.
Sr^ariev'^^'The'pr on frankness as an armour over wad- situation in the Far East," says the
Fair,    Wav rley     and    Th«   P, k ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^^ „             ..Athenaeumi» "that he does not touch
nirth »,♦«■   marV   J  pS novel Many a City Council not forgetting uP°n>  always with illumination,  not
h.gh-water   mark   of   English   novel ^^ ^   ^^   ^   vjcc.m* seldom with deep reaching insight."
/riting of the 19th century. - ,-     -        	
T   »ave   a   few   extracts   last   week   mlght   do   well   to   lay   this   truth   to 	
I  gave  a  few  extracts  last week ^^  ^^  ^^  &n  ^.^^     The  Macmillan   Company   has  in
way out of the dissensio
limitation of space.   Another time I rid of LuPus and VulPus-
t^^.'v,! «itr\~~Lt» ««/! et.n..ir< t,o-.,o heart:  "There's  always  an  amicable     —
been dad thrive more  but for th    way out of the dissension, if we get P«ss a work on "The Psychology and
fe^ .*? !!!lm°:LS le T rid of Lupus and Vulpus." Pedagogy of Reading," by Professor
I must skip many pages in order Edmund   B.   Huey  of the  Western
TTr...,ttrcit\r nf Pennsvlvania. The book
from the "Egoist," and should have
' ut for the
  ier time Ii
may revert to that splendid book, but X must «* many. Pa*e5 '" oruer TTniversitv of Pennsvlvania The book
♦1,!= ,.,„„i, t ci,n„M lit. tn i*ntrn4i„c. to give a few quotations to il ustrate University ot fennsylvama. lhe book
mv Z ders to alter 2 he mas the profound sympathy and true philo- ^ V™<* in a f°™ intelligible to
rPr's  work,    an   e^Zr  on     whfch" S0P^  of  Meredith's  views.   "Death the general reader and teacher, all the
IL CJftTSnTw^S r°fng us nrus t0 be stm not so r 5K2«?trsf? si
disconnected, and are selected at hap- lc,sm-   No more devll,sh  nurture of        k     .„ doubtless be largely used
hazard, the intention being to illus- Jg   ° - ^d tl^ .. pam volun- ^^^^^£".£3
trate Meredith's philosophy and style, ^^td^man^ sou    must  b   to make it a book full information
There is one particular feature which waxe?   re^'   woman s   sou'   lnust, Der fnr .,, ...j..,
should  be   noticed,   indeed  it  is   so caPable of mountlnS t0 the level of f°r a" ""_	
characteristic   of   Meredith,   that   it the man s then'     ' Death ls our com-
forces itself upon one's attention from mon cloak'  but  calamity   individual-
the start, which is that he uses words ,zes-     ' Earth makes a11  sweet- and .
rarely met with, and with them forms wc> when the Pr'vdege is granted us, <■
 t--_-4.-    _r   4i,„   m„0.   „„„o„ni (io well to treat the terribly stricken J
June Canadian Magazine.
Prof. R. E. MacNaghten, of McGill
University, Montreal, writing in the
rarely met with, and witli tnem torms       - - - Tl,„„ _„_k.. «f ti,^ rn„„,i;n„ Mo„^
combinations   of   the   most   unusual do we» t0 treat th<= terribly stricken J»"« "«niber of The Canadian Maga
as if they had entered to the bosom zine> introduces a subject that is
of earth" bound sooner   or   later   to   have a
As I close the book reluctantly, a Place in the P°litics of the D°rainion
sentence catches my eye which is well -the o«est'on of woman suffrage. He
worth rescuing. It runs: "Epigrams Soes ,nt0 the subJect ln a thorough,
are poor squibs when they do not masterly way, and as he has spent
come out of great guns." som<! years in Australia, where women
lottier aeity a specK oi mc w..uc j hope and ^.^ t,]at aAmm exercise the franchise, he has first-
within us who drink, will conquer, to |]as sufficjent rea(,ers interested in.hand knowledge of how the proposal
rise in main ascension over volumes Meredith tQ appreciate this ,im works out in practice. Prof. Mac-
of the black. This thought has been Jmo onfi of hfa finest books and ^ nachten is in favour of giving women
expressed a thousand times, but never ^^ those who knQw him ^ ^ the right to vote, and his remarks on
his disciples are not followers of a the subject should have much weight
meaningless cult or worshippers at a His main co"tention is that the vote
pagan shrine.
character.
Take the following as especially illustrative of this remarkable use of
words:
"The Bacchus of auspicious birth
induces ever to the worship of the
loftier  deity.   A speck of the  white
in this manner	
Take another: "We go on believing
that our god Neptune will do everything for us, but won't see that steam
has paralyzed his trident."
On the subject of the natural tendency of man to preach, Meredith
says simply, "We've all a parlous lot
two much pulpit in us."
The following definition is good
both as a definition and as a study
in expressive expletives: "Oaths are
empty buckets to haul up impotent
demons."
The next quotation is rather sententious, and epigrammatic than pic*
J3th/^TTl^^.
of the bead of a family is generally a
vote of prudence, and that if women
could vote with men the power of the
family or prudential vote would be
enormously increased. The Canadian
Magazine, it is worth noting, is taking a leading place in the discussion
of questions of national importance.
The Torch.
(By  Theodosla  Garrison)
The man who refuses to argue with
a woman doesn't know how to make
Lord, let me be the torch that springs PPy'
to light
And   lives   its   life   ln   one   exultant
flame,
tentious, ana epigrammatic man pic-            flame, Music-lovers who have arrived here
torial, it  contains a truth  not often One leap of living Are against the night jn Victoria from Seattle or Vancouver
,          ,              ,                  ...       Dropping to darkness even as it came. ,    ,         ,        ,           ,               ....
expressed,   and  not  always   realized. For I have watched the smoldering ot declare that the orchestra which plays
"There's   not  a  doubt  of  our  being     choke-Tin the ashes that Itself hath in Thc Poodle Dog Restaurant, Vic-
down or having knocked the world _ ... maAe, toria,   eclipses   any   that   they   have
..                 .     ,,          .    ,„          Waiting   the   slow   destruction   of   the ,       ',  .     v,        _'        ...       '..   .
down, if we are loudly praised.                     whole, heard in other Coast cities.   It is a
Here is a silhouette in a sentence,     Anda,t"ar,n(,cd from " bewlWereii and pleasure to sit down and eat to the
"London is at night a moaning out- Light  me with  love—with  hate—with strains which  are evolved from  the
cast round the policeman's legs."           For  that I  may not  reach, but let strings and other instruments during
Here is a delicate little touch re- My m™' ^ment In pulsating fire the dinner or supper hour.
lating to an experience not altogether _ Ere yet Into the darkness I return, 	
°             ,      .       .  ,                            Bo it for  guard,  or menace,  peace,  or _            .    ,               .               .    ^,
common, and yet not known in ccr-           sword, To err  is human; to not air the
tain circles:   "Along   the    street of     Mak^wl,?tfy,t&rc>rch   t0   burn   out errors of others is divine.
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1000 axMTfflt Street         TAWCOUTEB, B. 0.
T.  LeOAIB,  Proprietor. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days running  South   80  chains,   thenee  East  thence east to Dolnt of cnmmt,nAr.m^.,t
after date I intend to make application 80    chains,   thenee  North    80    chains,   containing 040 acres, more or less             Lot  69  on  Kennedy  Lake,   thence  east   chafS the -following described land sit-
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and thence West 80 chains to place of com-      Located April 28th, 1907                          '°   boundary   of   Lot   72;   theuce   north   ua,t,ed „on  west  slde of pl» Island lo-
Works for a special license to cut and  mencement. jptbtib nu™™ .ml?  t0   south   boundary   of  Lot   U:   thenee  cally   known   as   Lofty  Island,   Skeena
carry away timber from the following No   n   Comemncing at a stake nlant           R„ h^RAG„!0tR§u HOWARD POTTS,   following boundary west and north   and   Rlver district.                           ^   OKeena
described  lands,  situated  in  the  Coast ed 46 eLinS N™?th°?f the NortVXi  May 11       AS611t' SWney H°Ward Toy-      T8,' -^J101'1*.    t0  south   boundary  of  wC°mm.lncLn,e ?l a P°st mark«d "*■ B.
Di?Ttrlc.t*i     r. .„„„.* o 4,„4,4 r.i4„t    corner of No. 10, running East 80 chains . £oj  70:  then  following boundary  west  W.  South  West  corner"  and  adjoining
No. 13.—Commencing at a post plant-  thence South 80 chains   thenee We^Tri and   north   to   Lot   (19;   thence  west   to    J-. <■»■„ J-'   N-  W.  corner"  post  thence
ed  on   the  north  bank  of  the  K da a. chains, thence North 80 ehE   I,      , NOTICE  is   hereby  given   that  sixty  Point, nortli of lnitIal P°st; "ience south   ?ast 40 cha'ns; tbence North 80 chains!
River,  near the mouth of the K ldala o( commencement                            P         days  after date 1  intend  to  apply  to  t0 polnt of eommeneement.                        thence west to shore 40 chains;  more
ItlJSSlnS «HHS(H« BMBSS^S ='K15SSS §SS«r^
     ing the beaoh  frnm  th* «rt.,*u   f ■   *«"«"*".& u-c^nueu iana on rorcner   "»°»»^c   ivu   cnains   west:   tnence   north   »1—
N,-CSmWe,cin?at.a.Post,ian, J™ co^ of£^IMJ  ^S^^S^^J^    ^^5^^^ til, && ^
commencement.
ComillUllUllig   «iL   a,   jjuni   [nam-     „ 	
ed   on  the  north  bank  of  the  KHdala  ifom „ the
F. B. WARREN.
River,  noar
SS.SS afirSSS SI JBSfiSS =L«=«wSs ^Eraw^i
No. IB.—Commencing at a^post plant-  80 chalnsNorth, thV^ce^O^Mns'"'^^!  May U
commencement.
April   20th,   1907.                                                  wad,    .n_,,flh   „'". °    *—-*   .-f1.*-***    "w»".u- «».4.«  w.,   44444444,1.0.  .m*.-.,   ..uutii   iv   nines
GEO. O  COLWELL IB- thmEL,P.0h8t_n8\m?  Pol"t   as   No. southeast   from   mouth   Skeena   River:
A  McKav  Aeent 80 chains* ?h»„na40 0?,al"s; thence east Commencing  on   shore  of  Camelia   In-
a. McKay, Agent. 80 chains, thence .south to north boun- let on west side of Salt  Lagoon Falls,
,  ,    , thoLnirth .?,' .i!?.nice, east_, 50 ehalus; thence west 40 chains; tiience south 40
M0„ii   *=-„-„-":m"3  'I  hereby given  that  sixty 7"?  thenrn   fnnn^Ji'i? boundary of Lot chains;  thence east to shore 40 chains
Mayll  fays  afterdate I  intend  to  apply  to no'rth   to   nnint   lit  s?ma , .west   and more   or  less;   thence  along  shore   to
norm;   uieuco   »   ™%.»   ™°a,       — __ the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands thnn?« w»«P .„ _■ !*?'  .ot   lnltlal   P°3t; Place of  beginning.
160   chains   south   to   the  place      NOTICE Is hereby given that, 00 davs  ?h_? JVnrks. for Permission to purchase S?o.17P„mE,°J",.iot commencement. Apl 27                  JOHN O. JOHNSTON.
nenoement.                        .    ,    ,    after  date,   I  intehd   to  apply  to  thi  tle  -following  described  land   on   For- west^nTr ™aTnSlnB 4 ai   the  north-  	
s n^numM-ii. nt n nost -olant-  Hon. Chlof nnw,»i..i..."   -Svi*    ">   ">e  chcr   Island.   Rltnnto.i   ui<n,,_   »..,„   _ti,_.. west  corner  post,   situated   nn   nr  r,n„r von
ed  one mile  east  of  the  Dalla  River to place of commencement
and one-half mile north of  the  Indian c   p   Er,I4c,n,Ti,TM           ..„„,„„
Reserve on a blazed line running north staked 27t,   A    ,\-   *j-ECKSTEIN.       _ NOTICE
and running 40 chains west; thence 160 ouu"JU "la APnl- ls("
chains   north;   thence   40   chains   east; — . the Hon,
thence
of commencem
situated on or near     NOTICE ls hereby given that thirty
Lot 63;  thence days  after date  I  intend  to  apply  to
east  to  west the   Hon.   the   Chief  Commissioner   ef
post
located
J thence   40   chains   south   to   the  N.   E.
Icorner of Limit No. 16; thence 160 chains
Iiwest to the place of commencement.
JMay 11 JAMES McLENNAN.
RANGE 2, COAST DISTRICT.
9th March, 1907.
       M*T" ?,K%hlrci■ I»!^ V'SplV"t5  J|: thence nor hto>oTh'boruynd°arryo    &»v£h?nW 8» <« thSSS
m.r^ -4,«m,„,                            "'!, H.9n\ Chief Commissioner of Lands  °3-  thence east and north along same        th 80 chains to place of beginning
TAKE NOTICE that Sidney Howard a"a Works for permission to purchase to .Po'nt of commencement.                           No.   21. Commencing    at    a      post
Toy,   of   Alberni,   Timber   Cruiser,   as the following described land on Porcher      April28th, 1907.                                         located   on   the  South  West  corner  nf
AF"t for Arthur George Howard Potts, Island,  situated  about one mile south-      No.   19.—Commencing  at   the   north-  No.  20,  thenee South  40 chains   then™
4.444,™ -,--—„- ■=■--„-    as  a_.nt  of Victoria, B. C, Estate Agent, intend ea«t of Jap Inlet:                                        east corner post, situated on the north-  East 160 chains, thence North 40 chains
„   Take notice that H. Lynn,.as agent to apply for a special license over the T c?"™en,cin| at a post marked Maude ea«t shore of Vargas Island; thenee 40  thence West 160 chains to mace of h«'
[for A.  V.  Gwin  of Vancouver,  B.  u following described  lands: L. McKay's S. W. corner post; thence chains  west;   thence   80  chains   south; ginning.                            l0 place ot be-
[Estate   Agent,   intend   to'apply   for^a      No. 1—Commencing at northeast cor- running  north   40  chains;   thence  west  thenee 40 chains west; thence 40 chains      No.   22. Commencing     at
Ispecial  license to  cut timber  over  tne  n6r nnat   Hltiintofi n„ t\,a -o>o=t oh„.„ „••> 40    chains:    thennn   ai,„th    An    „i,„i„„.   south:   thencA   en   oi.otn>   «._».   rir...  _,:_"..,. V. ",i,.OI,?!nB_.   at
Ifollowing described lands:
No  7—commencing at a post at the          	
■mouth of a river  running into' A-Uara south;   thence   40   chains   east;   thence or,less-„A ^
fLako   about   7   miles   east   from   Good   40  chalns  sout,     t,                t •,      h April 20th, 1907.
Eope   Cannery;   thence   40   chains1   E.,  llne.   tv,ence   followlng   the   shore8",?™ WALTE
Ko chains N.; 80 chains W.; 80 chains  northerly   to  point   of   commencement, May "
Isoutii-   thence  east  to  point  01   com   COntalniriir H4n nrna  n»,ra n* i^*, 	
„L.,..a    u,anc   wesi     -- —■"""" ""oil niHiiee iu cnains «o.   22. commencing     at      a      post
..„. -.    Y„......4,..4...,e-C44 ..ui4iiotiai. eor-   3.—gwS.,^r*"thenco   south    40    chains- south;   thence   60   chains   east;   thence planted at the North West end of Due-
ner post  situated on the west shore of ?i"erlc© ea.lt 40 chains- to point of com- 40 chalns north; thence 40 chans east; bar Lake, thence West 80 chains, more
Clayocjuot   Arm,   2   miles   from   head;   S°eemeent   contalnin*.  160 acres   more thence   north   to   shore   line,   following or  less,  thence  South  nion-,  ■>""' ™°I!
thence 120 chains west; thenco 40 chains  ™°,„„enl'  comaininj,  iou acies,  more „,,„„„,,_„ »„ _.,...    .
containing 040 acres, more or less.
Located April 26th, 1907.
No.  2.—Commen
WALTER FRANCE,
A. McKay, Agent.
.._    u..4,.o  mn,   iouowing or less,  thence South along the shore
shore line to point of commencement. of Nit Nat Lake 80 chains, thence East
No.   20.—Commencing  at   the   north- SO chains, thence North along the shore
east cornor, situated same point as No. of Duebar Lake to place of beginning.
19;  thence  40  chains  west;  thence  SO *  " 	
chains  south;   thonce  40  chains   west;
thence north to shoro lino; thenee east
J. N. BRITTEN
Locator.
Imencement. „„
No ' 8.—Commencing  at  J.  post   one post (same point"__ .,„,        .„„„„ ,„„ ,„  „lw„   >Icvlo x  „..„.,„  ,„  „nn,v m      „                                                                                       _
..lile'north of the mouth of the river, chains   west;   thence   40   chains   north; the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands wb^?'Jrn^0m?,en,l.lns   at   the   north- NOTICE is nereby given that  60 days
Whence 40 chains E.;  80 chains JN.,»« thence east to shore line; thence south- and Works for permission to purchase JK?*,co„r,ne-;Post, situated on the north after date, I intend to apply to  he Chief
-    -- chains S.; thence to poini orly along. sllore   llia to point of com- the following described land on Porcher r-hSL °i„X,argauS   Island;   thence   160 Commissioner of Lands and WdrksfoJ
wm,Tpp  ,.,,„,        th. t    , t    erly-alon-g-shore-iine tTpoint"^ SSI     Staked  March  29th,  1907.      Mayll
clng southeast corner  3 NOTICE  is  hereby given  that  sixty mencement. ~ ~	
as No. 1), thence 160 days^after_ date_I  intend  to  apply to      v.-.    01     n— ..-,-_     *    - "■
chains W.; 80
of commencement. ___
Staked  20th April,  1907.
No. 9.—Commencing at a post about
tains east of No. 8; th<        ■"■*•«
Chains;  E.  160 chains;  S.  40
[shore;   thence   following  t1,»
lake   to   the   point   of   co:
-      -    --.,-     .—1,     1QC7
J0milleui:iuf5   444   .-   .	
0 chains east of No, 8; thence N. 40
:hains; E. 160 chains; S. 40 chains to
Jhore;   thenee   following  the  shore  of
-ke   to   the   point   of   commencement.
Staked 20th April,  1907.
A.  P.  GWIN,
Per H. Lynn, Agent.
mencement,-c6ntafnTng-"640"-acre7 more l^^SteTalout ST EiOT"! *»«"»   south^tTen-SS'lo' chahis^eas°t;  rhe'descHb^d SnJfT PoM^anf
^utherly d rection from Refuge Bay:      SoSb shS« t^n^S?0 line; thenc0 west ?lt,uatad about two miles JSSth of Jan
Commencing at a post marked Delia     SS? Sohore44t_o.P0,nt.of commencement. Inlet: ol Jap
or less.
Located April 20th, 1907
May 11
thence   40   chains   north
chains   east;   thence
thence west to shore  ,    ._.
lowing shore line to point of commence-
ce 40 chains east;   thence west 80 chains; thence north 20    hn™ IK?  ,tnenoe no>-th to shore line;   north 20 chains; thence west 80 chiV,,.
rihffirso^ »nVio6op^sofmrrnfeesrnt'co"- ™s!?8tT', Tt0 polnt of com- s?»s,il»B^«l
line;  thence  foi-      April 23rd,  1907. Located   May  2nd,  1907. ,eS' more ^tt'Vtam iwun-cn
DELLA YOUNG,
  A- McKay. Agent.  May 18
E. E. SUTTON,
W. B. GARRARD,
.  Locator.
LILLIAN IMHOFF.
EUGENE WACKER, Agent.
March 8, 1907.   Apl. «
I   NOTICE is  hereby  given  that" sixty ment,   containing   640   aeres,   more   or May 11
ffi^SHm%?mmiaBtoSeroftoIian^yana Tocated April 26th, 1907.                                 ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.	
TwnriS for permission to purchase the n0. 4.—Commencing at the northwest „ ,      District of Clayoquot.
following  described  lands   on   Porcher corner post (the same point as No. 3); Take notice that I, Eugene E. Sutton
1 Siim,    situated  about  three  miles  in thence 60 chains east; thence 40 chains of St. Paul, Minnesota, U. S. A., occu-
n FnitPPlv direction from Refuge Bay, south;   thence   60  chains   east;   thence gation,   Land   Dealer,  iniend   to  apply
'nmmencing at a post  marked  Robert 40 chains south; thence west to shore Jor   Special   Timber  License   over   the
,5,   «   corner   thence  80  chains line; thence following shore line nortli- following described lands:                         ;;
Tuit    then™  20  chains  South,   thence er y  to  point  of  commencement,  con-      No. 1.—Commencing at the southeast  .t-.---r-y   _""'"="" -"'aim, me --Tacoma"  iai.4,„i-„.  —'
^ftel'mlns West  thence 20 chaiAs North taining 640 acres, more or less. corner  post,   situated  at  the   head  of M,lneral   cla '"•   the   "Omaha"   Mineral     No  i,—r„mm„„„,
jo° tlntSoYecLmencement°.  containing Located^April 26th, 1907. Muriel  Lake; ^thence .,40..chains  north;  ftalm^tha ^rooklyn'-  Mineral claim:  oncfViiT^oTh9^8,
160  acres,  more or less.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
. NOTICE.
NOTICE ls 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
March il, 1907.
J.  T.   BLYTHE,  Locator.
J. J. WILSON, Agent.
Mayll
_    _      _ "New  York,"  or  "Seattle"  Group  of !iai'ryi.,away, timber from the following
thence  80  chains line; thence following shore line nortli-  following described lands: Si1"1!™,1.. Calms,    consisting    of    the fS   nJ,i!l 4S,U4Uat?   on   Moresby
 --'-■  ' '   -                    ""   '     "   ?,*■&!? „M.1S?Iial..CIal.ffl. thi "Tacoma" ia\i»fi'x .S°ast DlaMct> ««eon Charlotte
 _-«..__  ,        _,   U1CH-.C   iu   uiiaius   norm;   re ;!,,"'u     ".yuivi^ii     mineral   uiaim. nn^   miia   .,rt7..T.""Ii"° a   ,a P°^t situate
No. B.-Commencing at the southwest  f^"M   wost   to  boundary  of   Lot   618; the ^New   York"   Mineral   Claim,   the Creek   marked  J   H Tn",1,' «°f«?lc^ay
corner  post,   situated   about   20   chains  J£?no!  B™$1 to,  boundary of  Lot  631; ..^re,y0„^u,Ie,,,Mine,ra' ,c,laim,   and   the nerf thence sn ihJ&.%£Si.?\&  Co.'?-
.      .   ».4u,4vDu   auUul   «   cams thence  ~n07therly~"a"nd"'ea^terly"Vlong "Rebecca"'Mlneral'ciSr'sluTato'in   dmin^^t-^tli'inci'^y0'^
?Si  °L™?   rLlf^frnm  ^nYrS bTn^  line  to  wSst  Ihore   of  take: J,h,enf Alb.6™1  Mining Division of Clayo-  thenci aT*'..'^.^!..8?. Sffl*S«-4?<!S«JJ
Arm,    about    3    miles    from    entrance »henrp   enst    nlnni?   ahnr«   tn   nnlnt   nf Quot   District.
thence 80 chains east; thence 40 chains commencement                             P Where located—on Bear River,
north; thence 40 chains east; thence 40 eommeneement. „,„,,„   _..,..   .„,,   .    _.    _    _
- 4.....U    uv    uuaiiia    souui;
thence 80 chains west to point of commencement.
;,„„»,,  rLAIM '  chains  north; "theSoe""80" chains^'west";      No. 2,-Commencing at the southwest  SeTrettrvT^.n^V   I' ^ ■i-..Ps'WIep-  1  mOiie2"weCsOt,norf0KimSlfetwa Pi°„8.L8itu-Ste
l?MWo»  IW.4    SK lL..*8l&..'2ZS& ,'he"V„64  1?  ^^^«%Nii»«»«Sh««\^n-  emrGo7d-a?r=;0ColeanBvrlt8,hm,^  =l4!*SK&S
f'Vanklln, Mineral Claims, situate in
he Victoria Mining Division of Sooke
district.
NOTIC^BlueBird   Willow  Grouse — ^ti°SSS» \Z& t "p^nt 0 ^U  \^l lo^Xl^r^   t°SI £&.&?&**£' ^"Wr Umit3 "n^&dTii ^rnT^^rn'^h1^
Willow   oGr0U8en„fnr,^?n'Ta0^°aSd commencement,   containing   640   acres, west  to boundary of Lot  618    thence BMW  ^ntSS8  5iln^rBi pertf"oato,  No. 80Tchains^ noVth- thfhcY'sn nffi.th4?Dn.0^
Thrush, Sidney    Donaldson,  jaoa .ana m            , following same west and south to the ?.,„;  ,"tend;   Vxtl  days   from   date thence so nh«in«',   f,h. ,£° chains east;
-                                                  Located  April  27th,  1907. north boundary of Sutton No     , T. L.T ^l1'(i°^lV°J\e »»1"B Hecorder wt to pota "of col Si     Chal"s
ifitr/rrrrzir s«iaBa&sei^^saBM ssassss Sssss
i-^'MiWa^Hfli't. miimT l10.1"1." to.,Soint of commencement, con-  2:   thence   40   chains east; thence   140 of Improvements?                    Certificate point of commencement.               a8t to
ree Miner s Certificate No. B93797, in- taining 040 acres, more or less,                 chains south; thenco west to east boun- Dated this 4th dav of Mav  A n   kiot       No.  4.—Commencing at a point situ
end,  sixty  days  from  date  hereof,  to Located April 27th, 1907.                         dary of Lot 74; thence north and west May 18                      y       May' A-D> l3,T- ?te 2  miles north of mouth of McKav
PPly   to  the  Mining  Recorder   for  a N    7.—Commencing at the northeast ?lo,ng 4S4.ame   to   east   shore   of  Muriel   .  Creek,  Morosby Island, and at  the N
uJposfof ob'talnZTSown Gmnt of corn?r P^SSSSS* about'loTchafns  Jjgg; «««.«i northerly to point of com- NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days f'T^rWW miI^' '• H.K.&
hi nhnvo n?nim.    g south of lot 69 on Kennedy Lake, thence mencement. from   date  I   intend   to  apply   to   the ti,Ji'„ Sr",er   the,lce so cl'alns north
Ami ftfrtw tn'ko „„H™ th.t nntinn 1,00 chalns westi thence 40T chains south;      No. 4.-Commencing at the southeast Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ad snnth? ?2 "ha,Iisn e'\st; u'ence 80 chains
nd?? MPtinn  wl,™.'11?. t^^°tl°i1i thenoe 40 chains east; thence 40 chains corner post situated on the west shore Works for permission to lease the foi- I? ™mm»S"C0 80. chalna west to point
"■?,,,„ th0.0?.,,3.!;  """J1 beu°?.ml41.?,noe4d south;   thence   60   chains   east;   thence of  Clayoquot   Arm   of  Kennedy  Lake, lowing described lands: of commencement.
ilS.      ,  ce of 8Ucn Certificate north to point of commencement, con- about 4 miles from the entrance; thence No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted „t» o   &•—Commencing at a post situ-
f Improvements. taining 640 acres, more or less.                110   chains   north;   thence   120   chains on  the south side of  the entrance  of rSLi m les ™ortl> of mouth of McKay
Dated  this  3rd  day  of  April,   A.  D. Located April 28th. 1907.                         west;   thence   south   to   Sutton   "      "   T     "-'"    -----                " Lrneir   M,,r,.ah„ r„i„„.,   .,,.,,       -   ..#
|907.     ,
lay ll
HENRY B. THOMSON.      eoFner'postTTiTuatect about" io'chafus S, cotrner °£ Sutton's No. 2 Timber"Ap'- northwest'corner';"t¥ende'Sist 2o"cha'l'ns,:  tllenCcernsor;(*hnt|ntnw»o,80.> chains  north;'
south   of   northeast   corner  of  No.   7-  "l10?1!?,":, thence south to a point west thence south 80 chains; thence west 20 a"„?h? M,±„alnsnwe^_ti theuce 80 chains
south   of   northeast   corner  of  No.   7;  "i10?",0.":, tnence south to a point west tnence south 80 chains; thence west 20 south-  then™  sn    iT! "ence 80 chains
thence 40 chains Si thj thine*.40 chains  °J J""^LPP'n*if theno°  east   to  P°lnt  Sai,?8'   'h,ence   S0   chal"s   along   shore  of   commencement °ha'n8  ea8t  t0  P°int
,..nn4.     ,1.^..„„     er.     _, ~j.._      4L.     .,      OT   COmmenCftmAnr. tO   DiaOft   Of   nnmmnnrnmanl "4     i.uiiiiiii.iin.llieni.
cnains y,"   •■'"•  ouuui  h.ub  ot   me  entrance  of Proeir   ii,V..,.0i,T,T ,.,>". ul  J"cn.ay
.. _.    No.   2 Lagoon    Smith  Island,   Skeena  District corner of A 1?">li' ,uil,j0 n,inB S-  w.
No. 8.-Commeneing at the northwest  g'"*«;>^"HVton's No"?TlmL-"--' ?iVifLL.and.nla.^d.TJ.R.. W,R.,M. C. E   Corner:NOth^Sa?k»end J:,.S-„.KeJT.4.S-
rner  post,  situated  about  40  chains „,-.„„04,„„. ?£„ utton» No. 2 Tlmbe
uth   of   northeast   corner  of  No.   7; J?f initial  ™? ♦
INOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days  ^tf the^^V^ia'^Sth" tte'iS  «' ooZlcSt.""" "  to place of commencement. ■"",'6   3"""3 »r   commencement
'on1" clfief Commisnslone0r of^ands and ?a8t to'weTboundary'of tot'wfi thlnce      No. 6.-Commenclng at the northeast onN°the2-;Sr0,,!lme!1,C'nSratIa post p,<anted 2 ^"foX^&re HnPB0Str8i^Uate
forks for a smca   li™« to ™   md  following the boundary of lot 88 north corner post, situated on the west shore ?n,  ' e a^l'l -£'.de ,of iagoon    Smith shewa India,   ReservJ  »„, n.° ™n Kom:
i?rv^ awav timber from  tha  fniVLw and east  to  the west boundary of  lot  of  Clayoquot  Arm,   about  half  a  mile $a5%Ske^a-DDIs-Jllofc "anBO 5. mark- of SW   Corner of No   r d,i, ?"i6 rWe,8,t
ascribed land,   Hltnat»? a. nd,  i     f  B7; thenoe north  to the northw'est cor-  south  of No.  4  Application;  thence  40 £d F- f?" ,Y' R-'„M-,?-  southwest cor- Korn   s   W   Corner-  ii«„SlaiSied £' ,H-
oist  ni'gSBS"' s,tuated at loba Inlet'  ner of lot 67; thence west to point of chains  west;   80  chains  south:   thence "e,r; ,%*"£*, norAh   20   cha'ns:   thence „0rth; thenee'80 ohaina «S2?. .?  cnai4!s
oast  District: commencement,   containing   640   acres, west to east boundary of Lot 73: thence ?ast 160 ch.al."sJ thence south 20 chains; ,.ba U «n?i»h? jLS'ir",8. 01,lst,i thenco 80
west to east boundary of Lot 73; thence  ??sl lbu C114al,"s„; thence south 20 chains;   chains south-    JSm    i V thenco 80
Se5° ?ha'Mi ffl^JSra mrS.' 1M Cha1"8 t0 ^ of —  PogrpJ 4~^e8n°t.Chaln8 ^ to
| No. 1. Commencing at a stake planted more or less. --- -..—.*•-. -..-..™ ^=4 ™ a,.u.0,  mencemnnt
S chains south of an  unnamed creek     Located April 28th, 1907. thence north 60 chains; thence east to     Dated May 1st   1907   at inmrnm.
nd  about    three-quarters  of    a  mile     No. 9.-Commencing at the southwest S?S!J,*fiNS- ,"1{:fl',erly, ?Io,n,ff snore IS F RUDGE
|om  the  mouth  of said  creek.    This corner,  situated  on  the east  shore  of Pnol5',8<}Utn1i "JLini1*i?i£SJS,Vthencenorth                                      W. RUDGE
|eek  runs  Into  the  Toba  Inlet  about Kennedy  Lake,  about  30  chains  south t0A^rn »R«,   1««T           ent                         May 18                           M. CHRISTIAN
■lie mile from the head of tho North of T. L. 8170; thenco 120 chains east;      Apr" 2Bth- 1907- —*	
rest sliore.    Running north 80 chains, tlionce north to south boundary of T. No. 6.—Commencing at the southeast
hanna    n,nol     OA     ..1.^!....       41       4^      nft t          ., . n n .      .,        .     .... ..           .       .
No. 7.—Commencing at a point situate 2 miles north of shore line of Komshewa Indian Reserve, and 1 mile west,
adjoining post of No. 6, marked J. H.
Kern,   S.   E.   Corner;   thenco   SO   chains
nnrth-   th»»*'»   »"   -'■-*
.ence west SO chains, thence south 80  L. 8180; thenco west to east boundary corner,  situated on the west  shore of ^fl?1!0,^ is hereby given that, 30 days chains south; thence SO cliai'ns «nat tH
.ains,  Ihence  oast  80  chains  to place  of T. L.  S176;  thence to the southeast Clayoquot  Arm,  about  3%   miles  from 2fh?Ir    %  '    • '-?tend   to  apply   to   the point of commencement         ma easl to
commencement.                                      corner of same;  thence west  to shore head;   thence  160  chains  west;   thence wiSJ. V^m ?iSloner . ot    Lands    and     No. 8.—Commencing at a nost ait,iat»
No.   2. Commencing   at   or   near   the  Une; thence south along shore to point north   40   chains;   east   to   shore   line: ™-„   .|£,w 1icense,|-0  c,ut and  carry at a point 2 miles north of shore llnl
)uth   West   cornor   of   No.   1,   thence  of commencement, containing 640 acres, thence   south   along  shore  to  point  of * r?L,   Si.  ai^", i .    ^olI°4Wi",g   fle- of   Komshewa   Inlet,   3   miles   west   of
orth SO chains, thenco West 80 chains,  more or less. commencement. scribed lands  situated ln Coast District, Indian  Reserve, marked J.  II.  Kern   S
.ence South 80 chains, thence East 80      Located April 28th, 1907. No.  7.—Commencing at the northeast -    -    Columbia. W.   Corner-   th.na.   m   „,.„,L_lvern-.?-
.ains to place of commencement. --    -- 	
No. 3. Commencing at a stako
l chain3 North from the S.W.
!  No.   2,   running    North   SO
ience   West   80   chains,   thonce ...                  -                  .....__                                                         	
^ chains, thence East 80 chains to place  ment- containing 640 acres, more or less, mencement. ■  2r"CommenoinV"at'"a'noa*  nlantort  „n iAiii'nn,"ijL1^a   ln'fit!. ?   n,"os   west   of
                            Place     LocaUd AdH1 2Sth_ 1MT_ No  s._Commenolnff at thfi northw6jt th<' easT shore near the norih^d of ofdNo  SR marked-WiK»5 iVVC0?.ner
No. 11.—Commencing at the southwest corner  post,   situated   about   1%   miles the   North   Arm   of   Dawson   Arm?  20 ner:  thonce 80 chains nor    '• ?i,a^' CoZn
^?.n!nI«4.a.t4a Post Planted  at W^Juf^tf'tl^rSS
J- F.0-1?"!!".0.1."* at_ "U0!t Planted  on  Indian  Reserve, adjoining S.'w." corner
|r.ier  of    No.  3,   running   "North' "so SS'JKT.i'P8.1/ t8^!!?4!?.?.? ^"Svi"*!?.?!? iW„„£Iaynoq„'l0,t.„_Ril'l!r. P,?.-}?-s£ s&iJi xj'i11"3 5i>5l _?Ai^?^»W."corner of "Limit chains" west;   thenoe" 80""ohains""south"
commencement.
I No. 4. Commencing at the South West
80 chains north; tiience 80
Halns,  thonce  West  80  chains,  thence  of Kennedy Lake, about one mile south  thence 40 chains east; thence 60 chains  No. 1, and running 80 chains east along  thence SO chains"east Th nAKV""^"^-"
buth SO chains, thence East 80 chains,  of Initial post No. 10; thence 160 chains  south; thence 40 chains west; thence 40  the  south  line of Limit No.  1;  thence  moncoment ' of com"
place of commencement eilst;   thenco   40   chains   north;   thence chains  south:   thenco  60  chains  west;  80 chains south; thence 80 chains west
l- ,        .     „40„. n,nnt»,i  11); thence 170 chains east; thonce 40 thonce  160  chains  south;   thence  west   '■ running 80 chains east to the south-  followine  defnHharti.JS P'ychasc the
INo. 6. Commonclng at a stake planteu  cha-ns  south;  thonce  west  to  tho  east  to nolnt of commencement. oast  corner of Limit No.  2;  thence  SO  the east  alrti?■Hi  r.  Ia,nd-   situated   on
■    .      ....     4    „<■ -NT,-,    r,    run.   . . .'..-... .... «._    ..      _, . ... .. ._.. in-    soutl..    thancfi    SO    nlinlna    ivnat-    ,_',_ .M"1 _i,lae   Of   Jap   Inlet   nn   Pnrnhar
....   _. .  .T       .    _„_ 1.1111111a    ..uuin,    L,ii.*ii,**j    iyu:,l    tu    Lliu    ■Jil-'iL    ."    ,.,.,1.4   \jl    v U..U.14 ii ..litem, -:—     •*-    "•.".,   ..u.    ...    i,...,,,.,;    ou    tne    past    aula   nf    T«_.    ¥    ,   . --."...^u     un
the North West corner of No. 5, run- boundary  of  lot  80;   thonce  following     No. 10.—Commencing at the southeast  chains  south;   thence  80  chains   wost;  island*    Cnmm«Li„p I.nlet on Porcher
■ng  South  80  chains,  thence West  SO Sllme t0 north and west to shore line;   corner   post,   situated   same   point   as   thence SO chains north along shoro line  Michael   w.   o  Saf a P°st marked
Inins, thence North SO chains, thence thence northerly to point of commence- No.  9;  thence north  40 chains;  thence  to place of commencement. north so chain., .i, w-   corner;  thence
1st  80 chains to place of commence- ,nent,   containing   640   acres,   more   or  160 chains west; thence 40 chains south;   ..*• Commencing at  a  post planted  at   thnn™   ,n,™".'«thence east 40 chain
|_nt. less.
•in  7   Commencing at a stake planted      Located April 28th, 1907.
Ichains   North   of   tho   South   West  ; 
rner of No  6, running 80 chains West,      No. 13.—Commencing at the southwest
once   80    chains     South,     thence   80 corner   post,   situated   near   the   south-
alns East  thence 80 chains North to oast corner of 016;  thenco  160 chains
Tee of commencement. oast;   thence   40   chains   north;   thence     April 26th. 1907.
thenee~ea"st"to"point"of'ooinm^ the  east  shore "of "the'Nortfi "Arm  of 4o0noheninaUti!_  _?5i chalnsfThence" west
'-   "    ■     •        fflSiSl 'Sa p„°'nt  °f  commencement,
acres, moro or less
MICHAEL SNEE.
A.   McKAY,   Agent.
1907.
May 26
ijo  8  Commencing at a stake planted  160 chains west; thence south to point     No. 12.—Commencing at the southwest
the'North   East   corner   of   No.   7,  of commencement, containing 640 acres,  corner post,  situated on thoeast shore
chains  north along shore line,  to place      Mnm™ ,   ,      ,	
of  commencement. after   data   i h.er,0,,y given that, 60 days
I- ?^n.imrfJnB„,at.,aJ>^i.Cla,4,t.ed °1 2h'ef   Commlaalonw t0-ap,-,ly -t0   tho
let on the South East shore, between containing 040 acres, more or less.        ' cor'n~er'postrsam'e~'pnint as No 12;' thenoe Place of commencement
^thSOohaCffilSoeSOohilnsEaSf Located April  28th,  1907 S|5t 80 oSSlSf th%M. southi 8(jT'ohalns' May 11                  JAMES McLENNAN.
irth bo chains, thenco SO chains liast, No. 15.—Commonclng at the northeast thence wost SO chains: thence north to 	
enco 80 chains South thence 80 chains corner post (the same point as No. 14); point  of commencement                                  NOTICE
est to place of commencement.      , thonce 80 chains south; thonce 40 chains April  27th,  1907. days after
Mo. 10. Commencing at a stake plant- east; thence 40 chains south; thenco 80 No. 14.—Commencing nt tho Southwest Honourable     Chief     Commissioner "of
one-
pre-
cor-
nor; thenco south SO chains; thence east
80 chains; thenco north SO chains, more
or less, to river;  thonce along the me-
 £J«HSas'«SK«S®M^,»
at tho South West corner of No. 9,  chains west;  thence  120 chains  north;  cornor post, about 100 chains south of  Lands and Works for permission to pur-  May 25
. or less.
H.  F, KERGIN.
G.   W.   SMITH,   Agent. THE WEEK, SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1907
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT.
District of Rupert.^
^nf-rrif la herehv elven that, thirty  the N.  E.  corner of Limit  No.  6,  and
N?™E 1/ hereby given tn   , running   80   ehains   west   to   the   N.W.
fe?T^1Sihtn&?1tTa^ Me ^^<J&<ZSJ$ffin£ oTiUi corner-pf Limit.No. 6, thence 80 chains
TAKE NDTiCE>hatJohn OUv.Don-  »- Chief «^^ and Works tort* special licens
after   date    I   intend   to   apply   to   me r£* tj„„   Whlaf Cnmmissioner of Lands corner oi i_imii no. o, uienue au cnaina
Hon   Chief Commissioner of Lands and the Hon. Chief Cogml'Mone^ ^ ^ ^ 80 chains east,  thence 80
aaaaa-,4,X4 .-._. ----- — Works for a special licence to cut and and worse ior^       ^ the ohal      gouth tQ the plaoe o£ commence.
ahoo,   of   Kyuquot,   timber   cruiser   in    « _. from the following fondin°Kar&scribed   land,   situated   about ment.
tends to apply for a special timber u- -r -r lowing ^   «'»»  '    h' th  0f  the ...9. Commencing at a post planted
NOTICE is 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   o o  - apply ior a special lumm a- daacrihed lands-                                           J,"*?""-' 2v;?n'"tw,m~~tha  mouth  of  the      a. commencing at a post piantea on a
In5ommen?ing a? a post marked J. W. cence    overP the    following    described dX YcK-Commenclng at a post "^an^ive^on Mine^Creek,0! tri-  little, butte on the east side of Mussel
Commencing at a post mar eu lands:—                                         .    .4    planted in a small bay on the northwest S?4C8tau0f Big Falls Creek, about four Creek, three miles up from the mouth at
SL?4_S^i1SSfeS edNnV,5'^Sr^efo\PJ°«-    ^L?4-^ece%hdi4«lnset gST .&W-   Falls   oA   Big  Falls the^W. eorner^Limit No, & thence
2004;   thence   north   80   chains    tiience No    ]Q   t,mb      location   (about  ^Jr™Xnce along shore westerly and  Crfek:-             at a post marked John-  thence 40 chains wost, thence 160 chains
rnMn?eaj«^^^ «SS"&tr; stttfi:s™s^on
'« |4e°b.T3i907. . _. „  chains   -t^.thence t fagafa south;      ^^^llt^F^U ^T^V^W I*""? S» SSi fiSSt S S!~HS8«J*ffl5fl
after aaie, 1 niiouu m aFv., •-"•-,•-•,-;  m
Commissioner of Lands and Works for        j
permission   to   purchase   the  following      D t a  A   u  19th   1907.
described    land    situated    on    Porcher J0HN   0LIVER  DONAHOO.
t^htSmf 8 Vt SSffiMSS?     -^-Commencing at aslant
^K=-t,rnrruLnAg £« gsw
thence 40 chains west; thence 80 chains Claim.-Commenc'lng at a post ^rfortrchain^toVaJeVfcbmrnVnee: one mile south of the mouth of Mussel
south;   thence   40. chains   west,   thence       -< west end o( L    ,     j land.  jast -tony cnam        * more or less.  Creek at the S.W. corner of Limit No. 1,
™m™a?I  Voinine Mr. Moore's timber claim; thence  ment,„°?th   lift? and running 80 chains east to the S.E.
Mch. 30.   - J. W. WRAY.
$£W MntoX'&toVe°ChiS  120lchains'"no°rtnvtoToVit oTcommence: Planted at the west ena 0
ter date, 1 intend to apply tojhe^mer  ment   and  contalnln'g  640  acr6Si  more joining Mr. Moore's timb
na«t sn chains: thence s
east'80 *chafnsr"thence" south SO chains;      May 'th, 1907.
thence west to shore; thence along shore  ,,     ...
to place of commencement. May «B
Located April 21st, 1907.
W. OLIVER.
J. G. JOHNSTON.
J. J. SLOAN.	
corner of Limit No. 1, thence SO chains
south, thence 80 chains west, thence 80
chains north to the place of commence-
NOTICE ls  hereby  given that  sixty ment.
—commencing at a posi. mo..*-- w. •J_JivJi.n.      dnviafter  date  I   intend  to  apply  to      11. Commencing at a post planted u.i
northeast corner of J.  O.  D. s      N     3   claim.—Commencing at a post  ?he Hon   Chief Commissioner of Lands  the east shore of Devastation Channel,
Dcation  No.   10,  about  4  miles  pianted  in a small  bay  on  the  south-  tne "on. ^.n 101        m,gslon t0 pUrohase  on  the north  bank of  Wewanle Creek,
omut.xi. v.a. ,.;••-•----„„„,„- south 40   from main entrance to Kyuquot Sound,  'east   corner   of   Louise   Island;   thence  fhe  following described lands: seven miles north of the mouth of Gard-
N. E. corner; thence rum ng souui ■»« 40 th  thence 40 chains west lc0 cha|ns; thence south 40 chains;  m£0j£mencing at a post planted at the ner's  Channel and  running  ISO  cha ns
chains;  thence west  40  chains^ tnence e   4()   o        .north;   thence  thence east 160 chains, more or less, to  nortKt corner on northwest shore of  east   thence 40 chains north   thence 160
north 40  chains  to beach,  tnence wuh thence 4Q cha th; alon    shore northerly to  caroenter  Bay? Moresby  Island,  Queen  west to the S.W. corner of Limit No. 10,
along the beach to point of commence thence ,,, cha .      ' ot commencement. charlotte    Group?    situated   about one thence 40 chains south to the place of
mont, containing 160 acres, more or ^ess. 4Q  ehalng       t t    point » Located April 21st, 1907. mife and a Quarter from head of Bay commencement.
E-..A- HUDSON, Locater. commencement,   and   containing  640      u W.OLIVER.   .   m'le ana a urarar    1 thenoe      12. Commencing at a post planted
9th March, 1907.
..            W. OLIVER. and =bbut 40 chains from Beach; thence 12. commencing at a post planted on
  acres, more or less.                                          No.  4 Claim.—Commencing at a post £™th40 chains; thence west 40 chains; the east shore of Devastation Channel.
                         .«   j         „<i4_.„ Tinted Anril 19th  1907. nianted in   a  small  bav  on   the  south JU  l'    " JlVS in chalna- thenoe east 4C seven miles north of Gardners Channel
TAKE NOTICE that 60 days after Dated Apri^th^JU^ DQNAH00 planted " a -^mal^bay ^n g() ^ ^40 0^J^SS?enTcoi- at the S.W. corner of Limit No 11, run-
date, I ntend to apply Jo tne -»niei rv.mmanc1n_r at a cost plant- chalna- thence north 80 chains; thence S„. bi« .!.», ninS 160 chains east to the S.E. corner
Commissioner of Lands and Works Vic- Nc,3Commenc ngfat^ ^oat P«ni chain, tnence no legs_ lQ taMng 64^acre^ , Limit No. 11, thence 40 chains south,
toria, for permission to purchase tne ed about_% or a, mue irom 4Q e ^ e BOUtherIy t0 place Alex W. Young, Agent, thence 160 chains west, thence 40 chains
following described land Laifn»Ha«nnth-°nthence   80   chains .east; 0f commencement, „                           Carnenter Bay, May 4, 1907.       Junel north^o^ace of comm«n~t
onowing "•?•»•-""«" '"■',-, „4 tha south-  chalna   south'   thence   80   chans   east    of commencement.
^SSSW^v^  S^rPK:  ?he^l4«ns south; thenee 40 chains      Located April  21st.  1907.
W.  OLIVER.
NOTICE is  hereby  given that  sixty the east shore of Devastation Channel,
PointT"th"en'"ce"eas-t   40   chains;   thenee   120 ^™VtoPw\™'S«  planted3 aYlhe'northeasrco'rnir of "the  fhTHSn^Chie^cSmmissionl? TlindS UmUNo. 12° and°rfuntl}fn™8O0tchaOinsOS'stt;
south 40 chains; thence wee; 4 I chains  ment, and containing 640 acres, more       planted at tne no ^^               t           the Hon. Chief Commissioner ot^, Q a 80 oha,n
to banks o^ Skeena BBlver.  thence  M    1^ 1907> ^       weg.  1J0 thenee north to shore;  «™rI0Bray] Moresby Island, Queen ner's   Channolait   the   S.W    corner   of
SfeSSte te* ??r^Cwel^h&^^S     No, , QWE^SSrfi^'5^ d^^^da^rfntl^to'iply-to six mil. norih of the mouth of C^l
to banks or  SKeena "•»= •   " "■•--.--.-    "™Klj^   »nrn 24th   1907.                            west 160 chains; thence nortn to snore; ," CarDenter Bay, Moresby Island, Queen  ™"   <-im.iu.bi   m   u.o   o. w.   corner   01
lowing the banks of Skeena northerly to      Dated -^"jj4^^ DONAHOO.      thence along shore easterly and south- BhSteGroup^for wharfage purposes:  west, thence 80 chains north to place of
_„.„t nt enmmeneement. and containing                    jwnii  u                              .    .        ,    t      ,    e 0f commencement. Commencing at a post planted at the  commencement.
Located April 23rd. 1907      .„„?S Sorrtout one mlle and a   .. "• Commencing at_a post .planted on
No. 38.-
16Dato^tmHaze0lton?29th March, 1907.  ed"at "the "n"orthiSit'=c6rner "of  timber
uatea at no-   Q   ^   GOODING. limit   7,699,   about   one   mile   from   the
907. annthnaat onrner about one mlle and a      14- Commencing at a post planted on
                                                                                                          W. OLIVER.      8?"'.h_^8frnm the head of Bar thence the south bank of Alder Creek, one mlu
affe?^, «MS  SSS^ffi cMinW^. gSfe^  8;qM ^^WCommissioner __
tion to the Chief Commissioner of Lands   mo^reor leaa. Loeated Aprn 23rd, 190^ mnraD       L^d  Works   for  special  license  to  cut
Devastation Channel at. the S.E. corner
ofr Limit No. 13 and running 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
80 chains to shore;      ^nTTCR la herebv eiven that, thirty chains west to the north east comer of
south  to  place  of JOTCE Is hereby .given tnat   tnrty ^       thence ^ g south to
  thrHon   Chief Commissioner of Lands  the place of commencement.     	
tion 10 uie i_.mo4 OUIUU..H4   ... _. tltt,_
and Works for a lease of the following      Dated  April   25th   1907
'""'■'"""'   "'" ' "      JOHN OLIVER'DONAHOO.
W.  OLIVER.
16. Commencing at a post planted on
foreshore, viz.:
™?rv awav  timber from  the foi-  the south bank of Alder Creek at the
carry away  timber irom  tne  101 ..        .. .   . . navaatatlnn
DONAHOO. Claim—Commencing at a post f0n^lnCgargscrS   ands in Rupert Dis- mouth on the east shore of Devastation
a post plant- nl„_tea in small bay on the northeast  Zr',.    aestrlueu m"u * Channel at the S.W. corner of Limit No.
n No. 2.—Commencing at a post  J,3„and running-1'60 chains^east to the
southwest corner of Section 33,  S.E. corner of Limit No. 14, thence 40
thence  west  80  chains;  chains  south,  thence  160  chains  west.
equal'dista^ the  mouth'ofJCaoowTnch^ shire "easterly"to"p°lace"'of"commence"-  Jj^"^rth2'so'^hafrisrWhence .S"s6  thenoe 40"chalns°north to thTpteeVoi
chains  mj"ocatod April  23rd,  1907. 	
west;   thence   40. chainsnnn_orihj   thence _   _. .        _        __W_ShlXFl}-^   V"cTai'm"NoT'3.—Commencing^at a post      NOTICE is herebp-given that, 30 days
due N. W. to the shore.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   CANNING   CO,
LTD.
Findlay, Durham & Brodie, Agents.
B. C. MESS, Manager.
April 18, 1907. Apl. 2
NOTICE is hereby given that, 60 days
after date, we intend to make application to the C ' '--' "* '■»■"»«
and Works
foreshore, viz.; 4„u..^^ .„
Commencing at the S. W. corner of  west; thence 40 chains south; thence 40
Lot  16, Block 1,  Skeena River  (known   chains   west;   thence   40   chains   south:
SIF*^ "BaKfe**   MMES MeLBNNAN.
h?Kh-water line to a point due S. E. of    halng   north;   thence   40   chains   east; t
the SE. corner of said Lot 29; thence   thence 40 chains north; thence 40 chains  m^ocntoa April  23rd,  1907
9l  —  *    '"-- -'-— west;   thence   40   chains   north;   thence W. „„, 0,_^U„,I110 0  „_ „ ,.—.      ..„..  r a -4, -,.
40 chains west; thence 120 chains soutn,      No   8 claim.—Commencing at a post ,  t]     northwest corner of Section  27,  after date,  we intend  to  apply  to  the
thence 40 chains east to point of com- marited  "W.  Oliver's   southeast  corner Township   32;   thence  east   80   chains;  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
mencement,   and   containing   640   acres,  post   ana   p]anted   on   a  point   on   the then(,e south 80 chains; thence west 80  Works   for  spocial   licence   to  cut  and
more or less.                                                   West   Arm  of  Atli  Inlet;   thence  west „|,a|ns. thonce north 80 chains to point  carry away timber from  the following
Dated  April  2-jth,   1907.                           1fi0  chains;    thence    north    40 chains: , commencement.                                      .   described land in Rupert District:—
JOHN OLIVER DONAHOO.      thence east 160 chains; thence north 40 Claim No. 5.—Commencing at a post      Timber Claim No. 1.—Commencing at
No   40—Commencing at a post plant-  chains; thence east 160 chains to shore; nt  t]_e  southeast  corner of Section  23,  a post  on the West Arm  River, about
...a. .„.   ™„ .„■._,___. 4„ .  -r.     ed at northwest corner of J.  O. Dona-  thence   along   shore   to   place   of   com- Townshlp  32;   thonce  north   80  chains;   0ne   milo  from  Township   Line   thirty-
tion to"the Chief Commissioner of Lands  hoo's No.  3  timber location  (about 1%   mencement - ■  -    -'-- ^ "^        --   '—    -*  "- ' '      -
and Works fSr a lease of the following  miles from, mouth of KoksWUleWverj;      Located April 23rd, 1907. 0LIVER
No. 9 Claim.—Commencing at a post
planted in a small bay on the West
". .....   T_,.4.   thence   south   80
111114,.-,     4114111     .,i_.i.-..     v.     .. 	
thence 40 chains north; thence 40 chains
Lott_,16'1?irSaan'canne?v si e) at high- thence 40 chains east; thence 40 chains k.rm of Atli Inlet; thence south 80 ^'^hi.i 32; thence east 160 chains;
aS.lhrem„brl? thenee^200 feet due south; south! thenco 40 chains east; thence ehains; thence west 80 chains; thence t*h°e™ce nSrth 40 chains; thence west 100
^^.■"aaa't    11    an    eaSal    distance   SO chains north to point of commence-  north  80 chains to shore; thence along thonce        th 40 chains to point
thence west SO chains; thence south 80 two   (32),  at  tho  south-east  corner  of
chains;  thence east  80  chains to point Section     twenty-eight     (28),     running
of commencement. . eighty chains west; thence eighty chains
Claim No. 9.—Commencing at a post north; thence eighty chains east; thonco
on  the southeast corner of Section 25, eighty   chains   south   to   the  point   of
""    " ""*   *""   " - ""• commencement.
th?Su|hout3ftom^l.enhigeh-Uwaiter''"l]ne"to  ment," and containing 640 acres, more or
itfjnrsa v%^=ss •%« ^«-«r donahoo.
the shore.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   CANNING   CO.
LTD.
Findlay, Durham & Brodie, Agents,
B. C. MESS, Manager.
April 18, 1907
ed
shore  easterly  to  place  of  commence- 1J!*u™j.*,"~" "-;•
ment of commencement.
Located April 23rd. 1907. StalC^rTrr^f?n^ °w ^v^V907'
_                                                                                                    •      -*#*.  OLIVER. THEODORE F.  MYERS,
No. 41.—Commencing at a post plant-      No. 10 Claim.—Commencing at a post ^ND^™ir^Rp^nn,?,,.„   Arrant
: 40 cliains west from northwest cor-  planted  by a  small  creek  »»  tha head May 18        Frank C. Patterson, Agent.
.- «f   t   n   rinnnhnn'a  timber location   of West. Arm In Atli .Inlet
at the head
thence west
ner of J.  O.  Donahoo's timber location   "i  "■»' •*->■•■"■ ■■• 4.... .......       ... ,-_,,,,, ,.  ,„ ,.,.,,.
No.  40,  about three miles  from mouth  SO chains- tiience north 80 chains; thence  affer   date   I   intend   to''aouiv
...   „„„.,.,„,„   T!l„„r    icvnmint   Sound:  east  80 chains; thenee south  80 chains  after   d^I^inUind^ ^ap^y fl ^^   _._.._.
Apl.20   of' Kokshittle   River,   Kyuquot   Sound;  ^°',""'--of''"cimmencement.
—  thence 40 chains east; thence 40 chains  to.place.or  commem-tm^
Stakod on the 2nd day of March, 1907.
THEODORE F.  MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Claim No. 2.—Commencing at a post
one   mile   from   Township   thirty-two
(32), at the southeast corner of Section
.. ,        thirty-three (33), running eighty chains
NOTICE is hereby given that, 60 days  west; thence eighty chains north; thence
-   . . ____.  4.        ,..  to^the  eighty chains east to the point of com-*
liisi^^ a»35&! .SSs, twawss
1-.1I1-54    VUl.l,,,............	
for permission to purchase the follow-  ""staked on tho and dav nf Mnmh  10m
In* described lands situated about two THEODORE F.  MYERS.     '
at,   and   containing   610   acres.  ?lanted on
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase the follow- mencemon
ing described land situated on the north more or less.
foreshore of Porcher Island: Dated April 27tb, 1907.
Commencing at a post marked P. S. JOHN OLIVER DONAHOO.
McKay's N. E. corner; thence 40 chains No. 42.—Commencing at a post plant-
south; thence 40 chains west to beach, ed at northeast corner T. L. 10,789, at
following beach to point of commence- head of Chamlst Bay, Kyuquot Sound;
..a . „._.         _._,,iaao thence south about 80 chains to beach;
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patteraon, Agent,
Claim No. 3.—Commencing at a post ]
one mile   from   Township  Line thirty-
planted on tne noruiwesi. wiiraw ,"   ,; Taland-
Arm  of Atli    Inlet    on    Lyell  Island. lsg£°-mencing at a post marked A. Mc* ullo   „   4.4,..,   4   4, ,-
thence  west   160   chains;   thenco   north Kav."  g   w    corner;   thence   south   40 two   (32),   at   the   southeast   corner   of
40 chains; thence east 160 chains, thence JW "     thence  west   80  chains;   tl.ence Claim No. 2;  thence running 80 chains
south 40 chains to place of commence- ™a{h '40 chains- thence east 80 chains west;   thonce  80  chains  soulh;   thence
 * to  noint  of  commencement,  containing 80 chains east; thence SO chains north
q"o acres   more or less. to the point of commencement.
ment. 	
Located April 23rd, 1907.
W. OLIVER.
thence "foilo'wTng shore" line east and No 12 Claim.—Commencing at a post
north and westerly to point of com- Planted in a small bay on the north
--- •    —•*!   nn..tair,ir,a*   cm   „.r>_i.   shore  of  West.Arm   of  Atli   Inlet  on
ment, containing 160 acres, more or less.
P.  S.  McKAY.
Per A. McKAY, Locator.              	
March 4, 1907. Apl. 6   mencement,   and   containing   610   acres,   snore  01   wean.   411114   »,   «,....   _......   ...
 more or less. Lyell  Island;   thence  north  80  chains;
Tiuai is nereo, e„=.. 41,14 ,.   , Dated Mayl?rdL.190Y '  ""  -"-'"■ *'"—- """^  an
after    date,    I    Intend      '-  ^
the Chief Commissioner  __ _
Works for a license to cut and carry
away   timber  from   the   following  described lands, situated in Coast District,
British Columbia
320"acres, more or less.
li. N. McKECIINIE.
Per W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
March 8, 1907. Apl. 6
Staked the 2nd day of March, 1907.
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
B'rank G. Patterson, Agent.
Claim No. 4.—Commencing at a postl
  Lyell   isiauu;   niouuo   uvm,   u«   4..._.....,   -—
NOTTCR ls herabv clven that  30 days      uatea may  mu, a™,. thence east 80 chains; thence south  80      NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days  0ne"m'i'le"from  Townsh"ln""fln~a" Thlrtv'
•to?TIdCatoShiereibnyteldentothaa,pplyaaJto  May 25      JOHN OLIVER DONAHOO.      * ains to    shore; ^^J^,*0™  ^J&J*&l*A?W^™i?r ?hreem(3e3)fTtheOWsSShPeasLtlnceorne-rt? 1
the
three
VICT°ReInAfrewNDIlstDricStrRI0T'                               "" ~„   '    '*' °"VER' ,  J^>^^7he7i^"C?ff!?iS_S c'ha'"8 w-est;ThenSe 80'chilns"iouth til
_,„„  »»,fi7(k.!  i.L  r,an.,i„       No. 13 Claim.—Commencing at a post lands,   situated   about  2i/   miles  from the point of commencement.                  t
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Alfred  Deakin,   plantca  ln   a  small   bay  on   the  north   the  head of  Pipestem  Inlet,  commenc- st£ked on the 2nd day of March, 1907.
of   Port   Renfrew,   farmer,   intends   to  J,hore of Logan Inlet, near the head of  ing at a post planted on the north shore, THEODORE  F   MYERS
...  »„. „  „„„„i„, timhar Hcenca nvor  r_,.4.   4,.„„„=   „„„.«   sn   chalna:   thence  thence running north 80 chains; thence ANDREW WRIGHT
thence south 80 chains; Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
•••- -,- -- 5h,alP3„t?iPol„naLaf ™°am: Claim No. 6.—Commencing at a post!
mencement, containing 640 acres, more tWo  miles from Township Lino thirtyl
-uisn   i-uiumuiu.. vl    , „, L   l.^,,l,
1. Commencing   at   a   post   planted   on   annlv   for a  sneolnl   tTm'w' Hcanco  nvar   ;"u'°  ""i  4i"B-i  ■";■,—-i„:-—:   -,—    -.7;—
e Mainland south of Costa Island and  tnT?ollowlng^described"lands-- Inlet;  thence  north   80   chains;   thence thence running :
ree miles below the mouth of Klldala     no    1 _Conimencing  at   a  post   one }vost„ 80 el.^lns; tl}ence ^outh 804 chalns Tlest 80 cl\ai?f'
--    •   •      —"-•  "        -O-   .- .. °  .'"""V'.Su   .., „ P.„,„4 „„  to shore; thence along shore easterly to thence east 80 t
  * mnnearnent.   conl
or less.
May 18
E. E. ANDERSON,
,T. C. Anderson, Agent.
Arm   running  80  chains  south;  thence  and a half  miles  north  of a point on piace of commencement.
80 chains east; thence 80 chains north;   Bugaboo Creek about three miles from      Located April 23rd, 1907.
thence 80  chains west to the place of  Gordon River, marked "A. D.'s southwest W. OLIVER.
commencement. .     ,    f .    .   corner";  thence  north   80  chains;  east      No. 15 claim.—Commencing at a post
2. Commencing at a post panted at  80   cha|nSl   south   80   chains;   west   80 ."y'J1; gmall potnt on the south
the head of a little bay 40 chains south chalns to place of commencement. v$'  "f j Inlet   about four miles      „wi.„_ -.._-. , .   .     ..
of  the  northeast  corner  of   Limit  No.      No. 2,—Commencing at a post one and £'■-'»    mouth  of Inlet on Tanoo Island,  after  date,   I   intend   to   apply   to   the
4,  running  160  chains  east;   thence  40  a haIt mlles north of a point on Buga- i™m Island; thence south 60  chief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and
chains south; thence  160  chains west;  b00 creek, about three miles from Gor- aJ'Xs; thence east 100 chains;  thence works for a license to cut and carry
thence   40   chains   north   to   the  place don  River,  marked  "A.  D.'s  southeast o"aI||a'6(,  chains  to shore  line;  thence away   timber   from   tho   following  do-
of commencement. .     ,    .   ,  „,  corner"; thence north 80 chains; thence . , westerly to place of com-  scribed   lands,   situated   in   Coast   Dis-
3. Commencing at  a post  planted  at   wost 80 chains; thence south 80 chains, mencement trict,   British  Columbia:
the head of a little bay 20 chains east east  80  chains to point of commence- m^0Lceamea Aprli 23rd, 1907 " '        '
■two, at the southeast corner of Sectlohl
23, running 80 chains east; thence 80l
chains south; thence 80 chains westjf
thence 80 chains north to the point of)
of the N. W. corner of Limit No. 5
-   '.        -4     11.. ,,.K     nf
ment,
W. OLIVER.
NOTICE is. hereby given that, SOdays  «XSattflnd day of March, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Claim No.  6.—Commencing at a pos(
on   Township  Line  thirty-two   (32),  nl
,u,"„■""■—-— , -;~~„„Dt  «iar,ta.i  nn   the   northwest   corner   of   Section   26|
1. Commencing at a post planted on ,     g0   ,   ,     ea3t  ther.ce 80 ohaIn,
the east bank_og Mussel Creek on^the south;   thence .80  chains  west;   thenci
Ol     I.IIO    4*4.      TT.     _U,II4,      «.     — -     -  l„4i,,4
two miles south of the mouth of Klil-      No! 3.—Commencing at a post marked "• —-       4..„ ™*l „„.... „„  _     „„„,,,.   T,
dale   Arm,   running   80   chains   north,   ,.A   D.g  SOuthwes't corner,"  two and a      No. 16 Claim.—Commencing at a post  east shore of Devastation Channel, four soutn,   tnence ^u   cuama   vves*.,   una.*..
thence 80 chains east; thence 80 chains  haif miles north of a point on Buga- planted in a bay on the south shore of miles south of Hopkin's Point, and run- 80 „c'I^"j4north to tho point of com*
 ""    "'"""          ■- -.--.1  41 ..11.. f«m nn,-.  T.nrran  Tnlet  on  Tanoo  Island,  about  4   ning  80  chains   east,  thence  80  chains "••gjoSJ?! .-;. o a  -.        . -.,     ..   .„ —
—.4-   41 on -1..I.. ...oot   ti.anca so      Staked _the_2nd Jlay ofMareh, 1907.
fi^U«^i-ftTei™ft8MnChKln?nWniotA»alnrnBa..tm0 boo Creek about three" miTes" froraT6or- Logan  Inlet  on  Tanoo  Island,  about  i   ning  »u  uuo,.,,.,   »»,	
manaSmont do" R'ver; thence north SO cliains; east miles from mouth of Inlet, Queen Char- south, thonce 80 chains west, thence 80
j   _5_JIS™_.nai^c ot  a  n..t  ri..,..  „„ 80   chains,   south   SO   chains;   west   80 lotte   Group;   thence   south   60   chains;  chains north to the place of commence-
tt.i'aa.J'S.nla'IS fha wSPnian'iin™n«»5 chains to place of commencement. thence  west   100   chains;   thenc-  «--•>"  "ant
rvfat!   T.i»h.T»t   tha  N    w    cnr?,a?  of      No- 4.—Commencing at a post marked to shore line;  thence along sho
??„,»  li^' r    .,„.'".» "i,,!™!,, "A.  D.'s  southeast  corner,"   two  and  a erly to place of commencement.
J.™- tha' .S'n.IWhSF.»8«n0ahinn. a.ai half miles north of a point on Bugaboo      Located April 23rd, 1907.
&m IT.1 .&h!nS5ftni ; Creek  about  three miles  from  Gordon —
thenco 80 chains south; thonce 80 chains ,.,  4, .,««,,, en pj,ninB. WMt K(1
west Jo place of commencement.
Ulver;  thence north 80 chains; west 80      No. 17 Claim.—Commencing
chains,   south   SO  chains;   thence  north   planted  In a bay on  "
THEODORE F. MYERS.
  ANDREW WRIGHT.
3"SS?'BSSfn& aMuasseTS^reP4an^ t°he      Claim No^^mS^SS".^^!
""   chains   west)
thence
chains north
3»A        111       ,,1,4,.„       4.4        44. _ _	
5. Commencing rt, a post planted  on   so""ch.ainsT;'westi sFchiins;" south   SO  b'ana'lnlet, at head
     '"   ",*""1   "l-   "fim.    i...   i„Io„,i.   thanca  We
south 160 chains; thence east 40 chains
corner^LfmU^Ia^'runnUiV-SO oh'alni. chaln's;"east ^rchains^tf'plaiwoVoom- £y IslanaTthMe'e'weat'40"ehains; thence corner or ..mm „*.,. ,, v,...,.,„ „„ ..
eistf thenee   801   chains   north.   to   the mo"cement.  -,„„. .„„„„„ „of _.„'„„»,„*: west to the place of commencement.
mouth of Klldala Arm, thence 80 chains
west;   thence   80  chains   south  to   the i
place of commencement. r
6. Commencing at a post planted on jj'j"
Sf KildalSArm, running*80 chahis "out      ?'ia',"s,:„B°,ut'l 8maC.Si,™' 8° chalnS No. 18 Claim.-Commenclng at a post thence 80 chains east, thence 80 chains tlon 26, running 80 chains east;
thence east 80 chains; thence 80 chains  t0Ti'iacrf "^ij,™ fne™°n'•   .„„ mnrk„, planted on  a  point  near  the  head  of south to the place of eommeneement. 80 chalns souh; thence 80 chain
north to the southwest cornlr of Limit  ..ANo- ?--Commenclng at a post marked ^ana   Inlet   0n   Tal-un-Kwan   Island. *. Commencing at a post Planted on thence SO chains north to the p
 —- -   ■'»»•  .A."-D-?. sout„hna„.cSr"^'nt n,;rintohnS Quoen Charlotte Group; thence north 00 the  west  bank   of  Mussel    Creek,   live commenoement.
"' ' "n,nl n" """"''oo    '. ..       .,   4 ,"„'., „,,„!„„. thonc. miles south east _of_ Hopkin's Po[nt on      staked tlie 2ndjday of March, 1907
March, 1907.
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Claim No. 8.—Commencing at a pos
two miles from Township Line thirty
two,   at  the northwest  corner  of  Sec.
' thenc'
s west]
point
No.   1;   thence   80   chains   west   along  htfi'ip 1mnna"nnrTh°nf"n".-nnlnt ™ "nna-nhnn yuoen unanoiie uiuup, i,,™*,. ....... ...
shore to the place of commencement.      Seek   about  throe  mSes   from  Go?dnn chains;  thence west 100  chains;  thence miles  south  east of HopKins ro.m on
7. Commencing nt a post planted on k1,^-. thence nS?th^0 ehains  west 80 south to shore; thence along shore east- the east shore of Devastation Channel
the east shore of Devastation Channel.   ShalSa- south 80 chains   east 'sOolmlns orly to place of commencement. on the mainland at the N.E.  corner of
K W r,'" »l"?   Ll*.   ii!.      No. 7.—Commencing at a post marked W- OLIVER.
_?_?^neL°th. .intuS; V !.!.rn£r nt i fmit  "A- D.'s southwest corner," four and a      No. 20 Claim.—Commencing at a poi
Nao.%%nXr80hX\n?Toeurth,;'th^cie ^".""^"t0 W°f 'tf'Ctt SS^ofV^LCa^Wde^lS"- commenc"emen f "  "?- ' BS5tlon"»5.- running   two   miles   easj
^BnCehaanlSStWe3t  l°  the  P,aCe  "' C°m-  H^r;'henee'nSShTchSR™ e^Tt'so Whence fouthSO cSi; ^MhJ th* ^tm fSSS'of* Mu^eY fi oSk?%°ve %£? Z^™UW£%£^.\?%Wi&
Trmmenclng at a post planted on  S^»flt^^BS5Sj£i.T"t 8° °haln3 tttt^'tfMS Sn^So^^tJf HoW^nt'in Jfflft o'^commence^t3   S°Uth   l°   ^
-' ~—-.-.-t<nn r-hannai   to point of commencement. west so cnains to place oi commence- th8 eagt sh0re of Devastation Channel      staked 2nd dav of March   1907
„ ,„, ment. nn tha majnland. one mile from mouth THEODORE F.  MYERS.
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
uu  4,m ...»....»..„ _.  .... - ANDREW WRIGHT.
Limit No. 3, running 80 chains west to Frank a Patterson, Agent.
the N.W. corner of Limit No. 3, thence claim No. 9.—Commencing at a poln
TJn on riaim Cnmrnanclno- at a noat 8,° cha'ns north, thence 80 chains east, two miles from Township Lino thirt:
No.  .0 Claim.—Commencing at_a post thonce 80 chains south to the place of two   (32),  at the. southwest  corner
on tiie mainland, one    	
■or  nt ivnu       of Creek at  the  south  east corner of
w. OLiviiK.      UmH No 4  and running 80 chains east,
"   thence 80 chains north, thence 80 chains
_..-.__.         ...a.     An     Ann
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent..I
Claim No. 10.—Commencing at a pqs]
the east shore of DevostatlonChanne       jf   S.-Commenclng at a post marked ment.
at. th^_,SiaW;.,?i°a«neLatf tn mi'a ^n.'ith'   "A.  D.'s  southeast corner,"  four and  a Located April 26th, 1907
r.ln.n,aS.„8.r of   Tmifi   7*  ih,nr    M  half miles north of a point on Bugaboo May 26
chains   south-   thence   tO   chain! west"  Creek   ab0"t  three  miles   from   Gordon lnmluo ou „„,„„ „„  ..... _„  .
thence 8 I chainsi north to the placei of W1 the,1.<le ^Hl] f° chains; west 80 NOTICE Is hereby given that, 60 days west, thence 80    chains    south to the two miles from Township Line thirt
tnence au cnains norm  io ino piace oi   ohalns; s0llth 80 chains; east 80 chains after   date,   I   intend   to   apply   to   the place of commencement.                               two, at the southeast corner of twent
to point of commencement. Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and 6. Comemncing  at  a post planted  on   four    (24),   running   40   chains   nort
May 25          ■»——~-~ -~tt,., ——^-^~^—™«       ......    __,   „ ,   c.-,.„i.    t«,n   ., ua „v,„i„„ _,„„,. tk..4. tn choi.
commencement
May 11
JAMES McLENNAN.
A™-AKIN, Locate,  ^Mp^iio n^  pur^se^e   X^..SA:^SS;/S  ^^S^"™ "^1
left  bank  of  corner of Limit No.  5  and running  80   0f commencement.
C. W. SAREI.
per W. W. CLARKE. Locator
March 8. 1907. Apl. 6  May .6
ment, containing 64 0 acres.     	
GEORGE YOUNG,
Locator.
ing 100  acres,  more or less.
January  6th,   1907.
May 25 A. D. MILLER.
little butte on the oast side of Mussel
Creek, three miles up from the mouth at
Staked the 2nd day of March, 1907,
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
..m No. 11.—Commencing at a po
mile  from  Township  Line  thirt;
the northwest corner of Sectli
130),   running  40   chains   sout
160 chains east; thence 40 chat
thence  160  chains  west  to
of commencement.
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
ANDREW WRTGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
Claim No. 12.—Commencing at a pi THE WEEK, SATURDAY JUNE 8  1907.
JoteS 011 DEATH OF JACK EVANS
Provincial News        B^R T Lowery.
Words of Wisdom.
The Fraser Advance in its issue of
une ist has an editorial on the sublet of "The Boom Menace," which
so excellent that it ought to be
bad by everybody. Its remarks,
hilst intended primarily for the bene-
t of its readers in Chilliwack, can
e perused with advantage in many
ther places including Victoria and
ancouver. The Week makes no
pology for reproducing the first
art of the article:
J "Of the enemies which menace the
pal progress of any country in pros-
erous times, there is probably none
* be more feared than the real estate
bom. In this western country par-
kularly, the tendency to create an
ftificial demand for property in time
commercial activity is almost in-
Iriable, and the resultant evils are
ite  as  certain.   It is  safe to say
at there is not a settled community
British    Columbia,    ten    years
or upwards, which has not passed
rough  at least one experience of
[is character, and yet we see these
ie communities plunging into the
iirl of a second or even a third ex-
rience with as much apparent aban-
n as if they had never passed
•ough the ordeal before. In most
tances we are emphatically assured
fit there is no "boom," real estate
only active and prices are well
[thin the mark, until the crash comes
everybody is brought to their
|ises when it is just too late."
Flocks and Herds.
The glory of the great cattle ranch-
, days is fast disappearing before
Ii advance of industrial life, and the
neral spread of mixed farming. It
only when one reads a paragraph
e the following taken from the
dley Gazette that this fact is
night home to us and that it is pos-
le to imagine something .of the
>ry of the days that have almost
ne and of the means by which some
the largest fortunes have been
emulated:
Between 2,000 and 3,000 head of
tie from the herds of Mrs. Lowe,
s. Daly, F. Richter and M. Bar-
lo of Keremeos passed Hedley
hin the past week on their way up
I the tipper ranges above Prince-
The cattle were for the most
It in very fair condition, and es-
ially so considering the late
ing."
Strawberries and Cream.
fhe editor of the Grand Forks Sun
humourist as well as a knight
|he quill, and unfortunately the two
not always combined, the proof
■this is to be found in the follow-
paragraph which appears in the
issue of the Sun:
(Last spring we tried the experi-
it of grafting a strawberry plant
a milkweed, with the expectation
aising strawberries and cream on
plant. The result has not been
■rely satisfactory, as we find that
I plant produces more cream than
Canadians Hard Pressed.
tent gave the Capit.tls an unex-
Jtedly hard game at the Crystal
ace on Thursday,
he Canadians won by 10 goals to
iut this score by no means repre-
:s the run of the game, Kent play-
really well, and only failing, like
other   English   teams,  when  in
I it of goal,
or once the Capitals met a team
e as fast as themselves, but they
e immensely superior in short
sing, and this won them the game,
ain fell lightly throughout, and
l the ground very slippery the Ca-
ians did not show their best form,
onsidering the bad light, both
tkeepers,  Hutton  for  the   Cana-
11s and Mason for Kent, did well.
Hen, who played particularly well,
■ed four goals for the Capitals,
terworth and Murphy two each,
Stars and Gaul one each.
lr. and'Mrs. A. A. Smith and fam-
after  an absence in  Europe of
years, have returned to Vancou-
and taken up their residence at
Pacific :St«et.
It was in September. 1891, that
Jack Seaton and Eli Carpenter located the Payne mine and exposed
the silvery Slocan to the eyes of the
world. They sold the Payne to Steve
Bailey, who afterwards sold it to A.
W. McCune, of Salt Lake City. McCune took a million dollars' worth of
ore out of the Payne and then sold
it to Montreal capitalists for another
million.
The discovery of the Payne excited
a number of prospectors in Nelson,
and, in December, 1891, about 22 of
them blazed a trail to Slocan Lake
and made a camp for the winter at
a place they called Eldorado City,
since known as New Denver. They
were a motley crowd of hardy men,
accustomed to blaze trails in rough
places, and inured to the hardships
of frontier life. In the company were
Dick Shea, who afterwards found the
Rambler; Neil Gething, the well-
known explorer from Montana, and
many others.
The winter passed quickly enough,
the monotony being varied by shooting the wolves that howled around
the cabins at night in search of ham
and onions. The embryonical New
Denver was somewhat a Paradise that
winter. There were no women, pianos,
canary birds, churches or saloons in
the camp. Along with the spring
came the saloons, and the Pig and
Whistle and other log cabin hotels
dispensed boozerine a*- two bits a
gurgle. Owing to the amount of
water that got into it during the voyage up the lake it cost a tidy sum
to get even a small jag to move the
wheels in your upper stope. A haircut cost a dollar, and for the same
amount you could get some ancient
ham flanked by eggs strong enough
to down Sullivan. Those were
strenuous times and since those early
days many of the original band have
staked a pair of wings or still shuffle
through the world, sans teeth, sans
digestion.
Jack Evans was the first man to
die in the camp. He probably had
appendicitis, but there was no doctor
within 70 miles and the trail was hard.
The boys, with moistened eyes, took
him to his cabin, and procuring all
the brands of patent medicines from
the store they loaded Jack to his
upper tunnel with them. He rapidly
grew worse, as even a well 'man would
do under such generous but mis-'
guided treatment. As the day wore
along and it was evident that Jack
would cross the great divide, grief
became epidemic in the camp and the
entire population crowded around his
rude couch imploring Jack not to die
in language something like, but a
little stronger, than the following:
"Don't die Jack!"
"Don't leave us, Jack!"
"We'll all be orphans, Jack!"
"You're going to die, you old son
of a biscuit!"
After a time Jack got off his bunk,
looked towards the setting sun, took
a drink of water and lying down again
he muttered: "It's getting dark," and
passed to that land from which no
prospector has ever returned, unless,
perhaps, by re-incarnation. It was a
sad night after Jack's demise, and the
boys, in the solitude of the grand old
mountains, dropped a few tears for
the poet was right when he wrote
"that the bravest are the tenderest."
The next day the boys located a
cemetery and planted Jack. Red
Paddy dug the grave and Mexican
Bill delivered a burial service from
memory. There was not a dry eye
at the funeral, and that night there
wasn't but one sober man in the
camp, and it was only through a
weakness in the whiskey that funerals
did not become epidemic until the
grief over Jack's death had died away.
Since then parsons have come to the
Lucerne of North America and funerals are conducted in the regulation
manner without any of the trimmings
that illuminated the last days and
burial of the first man to pass in his
checks in the famous Slocan.
I have sometimes thought that
Jack's death was hastened by taking
that last drink of water.
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GRAND RACE MEET
At the New Victoria Driving Park,
Under Auspices of Victoria Driving Club
JUNE 20th, 21st and 22nd
$3,000 in Prizes
Five Events Each Day:
Two Harness and Three Running Races
EXeURSION RATES
On   All   Steamship   and   Railway   Lines
Bands of Music Will Be in Attendance.
The Largest Field of Horses Ever Raced in British Columbia
D. R. KER,
President.
Miss Gertrude_ Charleson and Mr.
Bruce MacKeddie will bc married
some time during this month.
W. C. MORESBY,
Secretary. 10
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
!:;l
Sporting
Comment
The Mainland footballers are evidently disappointed with the results
of the competitions to decide the
championship of British Columbia,
and, as all three grades have been
won by Island teams, the Mainland
exponents are adopting a rather unsportsmanlike attitude and are taking advantage of the fact that the
President of the Association hails
from Vancouver which always gives
them the majority at a meeting, to
insert amendments to the rules in
order that they may have a better
opportunity to win than they have
had in the past, although since the
league was organized the Mainland
teams have had the same chance as
the Islanders. If the representatives
from the Mainland persist in forcing these objectionable rules on the
association, it will undoubtedly mean
the withdrawal of the Island teams
from the league. If the rules are
adopted, Victorians may see one game
and if their team happens to lose it
will be out of the competition. Victorians are lovers of good clean sport
and if one game is all they are to see
in a season the teams might as well
disband as they could not exist. It
is hoped that the Mainland members
will see the error of their ways and
reconsider their determination to
force snuch measures on the association as will cause an upheavel in
the happy relations now existing. The
Islanders on their part are determined
to take the bit in their teeth and
if it is put up to them, they intend
to withdraw. Association football existed on the Island long before the
Mainland teams were admitted into
the league and it would be a sorry
day if it could not do the same again.
The programme of horse races that
has been arranged by the committee
in charge of the opening race meet
at the Driving Park, is one of the
best ever submitted to Victorians and
the races should be well patronized.
Those in charge have had a good
start and all that is required is- to
continue the good work and make
the meet a very successful one. In
appointing starters and judges the
committee should make a very careful selection, as the success of the
meet depends almost entirely on their
efforts. Horse racing in the past has
always been given a bad name and it
is up to the judges to give the patrons
a run for their money. In the past
there has been rather too much warning and too little fining, to make the
races a success and a reversal could
be worked with very great effect.
Jockeys and drivers must be taught
to play fair and if a small fine is
not sufficient give them a big one,
and it will not be long until competitors realize that they must drive to
win when they race in Victoria.
The introduction of eight-oared
boat races on Lake Washington opens
a new era for racing in this vicinity
and it will not be long until Victorians
will see the J. B. A. A. following suit.
It has been practically decided that
eight-oared races will form a feature
of the Alaska-Yukon Exposition
which opens in Seattle in 1909 and
it would be dropping back if the local
club was not represented. Although
eight oared races will not be rowed
this season, it is none too early for
a start to be made to get a boat.
As this very necessary article must be
secured from England it will not only
cost very high but will also take considerable time and it is up to the
members of the local club and their
supporters to get busy.
"Nature may flourish
In an old cravat,
But man and nature
Scorn the shabby hat."
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prices pay for the hat alone,
there is no charge for name or
label.
Prices—$1.50 to $2.50.
We carry a   full   range   of
Christy    straws,   sennets    and
splits and a large stock of genuine Panamas.
Sea & Gowen
The Gentlemen's Store
M Government Street, Victoria, B.C.
The Victoria Cricket Club made a
good start last Saturday when they
gave the Burrard players an unmerciful beating. Although the local club
has lost some of its last year's players, it is still strong, especially at
batting and it will have to be a team
of good bowlers that defeats them.
It is rather disappointing that there
was such a slim attendance; this however was largely due to the fact that
no mention of the games was made
in either of the local dailies. This
afternoon, the Victorias are playing
a match against the Oak Bay Club
at the Jubilee Hospital grounds.
Only four weeks before the N. P.
A. A. 0. regatta takes place at Seattle
and as yet the Bays have not selected
their crews. It is is not giving the
oarsmen a fair chance and if the cup
is not brought back the four men in
the boat should not be blamed. The
committee is making a grevious mistake in not selecting the crew at once.
The oarsmen should have every opportunity to practice together and
four weeks is not long enough for
them to get to know each other.
The Oak Bay Club failed to come
up to expectations last Saturday and
had time permitted the game would
undoubtedly have resulted in a win
for the Garrison. It would be rather
unfair, however, to judge the team
on this game, as they were without
the services of a couple of their
strongest players. With these on the
eleven it is safe to say that the team
will make a good showing.
Blackbourne has evidently taken
the hint thrown out by The Week
and has refused to report to the
manager of the Vancouver Baseball
Club. Manager Evans has given it
to be understood that he intends to
force the local player to come to his
terms, but he will find out that it is
one thing to give an order and another to have the order carried out.
All the ordering he can do will not
make Blackbourne play for Vancouver this year and the sooner he realizes it the better it will be for all
concerned. Blackbourne is wise in
refusing to report to Vancouver, although by so doing he will have to
remain out of organized baseball until he is given his release.
The New Grand.
The star feature at the above
theatre his week is the turn contributed by the Maud Isabel Entwhistle
Company, whose clever comedy.
"When the Widow Arrived," met with
a great reception. This is one of the
best comedies that I have seen on
the vaudeville stage, and Miss Entwhistle herself as the widow was
really good. The Illustrated Song is
far and away better than usual. The
Castanos have a good dancing act in
which Miss Castano vindicates her
claim to be the heavy-weight dancer
of the world. Geo. W, Evers makes
an excellent "funny man" and his
songs were thoroughly appreciated.
The Great Fulgora as delineator and
other characters proved a great success and scored a big hit. The Moving Pictures are amusing. Next week
the great attraction will be Adele
Palmer & Co.. in a farce, entitled
"The Ice Man."
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A Flirt's Toast.
An exciting boat race will be rowed
on the Victoria Arm this afternoon,
between a crew from the Fifth Regiment and one from the Royal Engineers, stationed at Work Point. The
contest is the outcome of the race in
connection with the regatta during the
celebration, in which the first prize
was given to the Fifth Regiment. The
decision was given owing to the other
boats continually fouling the Fifth
Regiment crew and as the losers were
not satisfied they issued a challenge
which was promptly accepted by the
Fifth Regiment.
Now  here's  a  glass  to  the men  who
shrink
When I  flout them, and despair;
More pluck to them!    (In my thoughts
,1 drink
To the one who does not care.)
A toast—a toast to the men who sigh
For a look, a smile, a task,
Nor plead in vain!    (Tet my glass is
high
To the one who does not ask.)
Ah. yes—a health to the men who think
That to each alone I show
Myself half-won!    (In my heart I drink
To the man who does not know.)
—Eunice Ward.
"Oh, my!" exclaimed the excited
woman who had mislaid her husband.
"I'm looking for a small man with
one eye."
"Well, ma'am," replied the polite
shopwalker, "if he's a very small man,
maybe you'd better use both eyes."
WEEK 10TH JUNE, 1907.
The New Grand
SULLIVAN • CONSIDINE,    Proprietors.
Manaf«m«nt •( HOST. JAMIESON.
ADELE PALMER & CO.
In the funny farce, "The Iceman,"
produced for laughing purposes  only.
FLO IRWIN
Comedienne, in Songs and Stories.
BERT WHITE AND SANFORD
FLORILLA
In a Vaudeville Medley.
ENID DELLE.
Soubrette.
GEO. F. KEANE, Song Illustrator
."No One Can Take Your Place.".
NEW MOVING PICTURES
Illustrating Incidents in the Life of
Daniel Boone.
Prof. M. Nagel's Orchestra.
"Do you believe that love is blind?"
"I know it."
"How do you know it?"
"From looking at the kind of men
some women marry."
Music-lovers who have arrived here
in Victoria from Seattle or Vancouver
declare that the orchestra which plays
in The Poodle Dog Restaurant, Victoria, eclipses any that they have
heard in other Coast cities. It is a
pleasure to sit down and eat to the
strains which are evolved from the
strings and other instruments during
the dinner or supper hour.
The
Cosy Corner
Tea  Rooms
Special arrangements for
Theatre Supper Parties
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Frame, Alterations, Parquetry Flooij
Office, Bank, Store and Saloon Pittl
Pile Driving, Wharves and Dock SI
constructed and repaired.
VXOTO.UA.
 ;	 THE WEEK, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
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VICTORIA.
Mr. Warburton Pike arrived this
Ireek from England, after spending a
(jw months there.
* *   »
Mrs.   Crotty   of   Burdette   avenue,
ntertained a few friends  at bridge
In Wednesday afternoon.
* «   »
Miss R. A. A. Wake returned this
Jreek from the Old Country, where
|he   had   been  visiting   friends   and
Rations for the last fourteen months.
*.  *   *
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Roberts re-
lirned on Tuesday from Seattle,
[here they spent a short holiday. Mrs.
Joberts intends spending the summer
Roccahella  during  her  husband's
|)sence in the North.
* *   *
fMrs. E. C. Blackwood, 27 Fourth
reet, gave a jolly little bridge party
~ Monday evening. Those present
ere: Mrs. Brett, Mrs. Gaudin, Mrs.
|ng, Miss King, Mrs. Berkeley, Mrs.
atson, Mrs. Tye, Mrs. Piggott. The
jfreshment table and room were
ettily decorated with yellow daisies.
* *   *
-tt Vancouver, on Monday, June
d, at St. James' Church, the Rev.
G. S. Clinton united in marriage
Fred. W. Grant, Victoria, and
J.ss Annie J. Chapman, of Toronto.
IThe bride, who arrived on Monday
l)m Toronto, is a sister of President
IN. Chapman of the Ontario Engine
lorks of that city. After spending
Pfew days in Vancouver and New
lestminster, Mr. and Mrs. Grant will
<e up their residence in Victoria.
* *   ■♦
|Mrs. James Raymour entertained a
friends at bridge on Wednesday
lernoon, at her residence on Stanley
enue. Some of the ladies present
Ire: Mrs. Crosse, Mrs. Charles
tdd, Mrs. Brett, Mrs. Berkeley, Mrs.
ttle, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. J. H.
bdd, Mrs. Blackwood, Mrs. Herchi-
\r, Mrs. Hinds, Mrs. Arthur Robert-
n, Mrs. Corsan, Mrs. Stewart Robeson.   The tea table  and drawing
Dm were profusely decorated with
Dice roses.
* *   *
Irs.  James   Harvey  gave  a  jolly
lldren's party at the  residence of
Ir mother, Mrs. Gaudin, Craigflower
fad,   on   June   ist.   The following
jing ladies and gentlemen spent a
ry happy afternoon: Miss Faith and
aster  Billy  Fleet,  Miss  Kitty and
[ister Smith, Miss Betty and Master
bin Gray,   Miss    Norah Pownell,
ss Dorothy Edwardes, Miss Baby
ferts,   Miss   Mary   and    Dorothy
[ggs,   Miss   Baby  Dallain,   Master
Miss    Ethel    Hamilton, Master
Jil and   Miss   Angela   Beanlands,
|ster Max Evans, Master Stewart
vson, Miss    Betty   Kirk, Master
Imy Audain, Master Andrew Rob-
Is, Miss Louise Durand.
piny little silk flags were the fa-
1 for the young gentlemen and fans
the young ladies.
* *   *
bn Wednesday morning, June 5th,
Bt. Andrew's Cathedral, the mar-
Ee of Miss Kaltenbach to Mr. Ed-
lid Kay, both of Vancouver, was
hmnized by Archbishop Orth. The
Be was married in a dainty white
J gown, a white hat with long
■ne. The bridesmaid, Miss Theresa
It, wore a very pretty pale pink
1 frock, a large black picture hat,
nmed with pink roses. The groom
supported by Mr. Ernest H. Tur-
J while Mr. J. D. Byrne gave the
le away. After the ceremony a
Ity breakfast was partaken of at
1 Cosy Corner Tea rooms, which
\ been specially decorated for the
ksion with white sweet peas and
J asparagus ferns,
lhe guests were Mr. J. D. Byrne,
I. Byrne, Mr. E. H. Turner, Mrs.
Incr, Mrs. W. Waller, Miss Witt,
I happy couple left by the boat
IVancouver, en route for England.
* *   *
Irs. James Gaudin, Craigflower
Id, gave a very charming bridge
I five hundred party Qn Thursday
■moon, June 6th, in honor of Mrs.
tor Stanley.
The tables and tea table were ar-
fced on the pretty lawn, the latter
sweetlv arranged with marguer-
. The list of invited guests were:
I. Holmes, Mrs. Robin Dunsmuir,
I. Audain, Mrs. Eberts, Mrs.
Irles, Mrs. Genge, Mrs. C. E. Poo-
I Mrs. Crow-Baker, Mrs. George
Ithews, Mrs. Prior, Mrs. Savage,
I. Arbuthnot, Mrs. H. Pooley, Mrs.
>s. Mrs. Cecil Roberts, Miss Poo-
JMrs. Stanley, Mrs. T. S. Gore,
I, Irving, Mrs. F. W. Bullen, Mrs.
V Mrs. Martin, Mrs. A. W. Jones,
f H. Tye, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. R.
let. Mrs. Flummerfelt, Mrs. Gibb,
I Freeman, Mrs. Heyland, Mrs.
le, Mrs. Piggott, Mrs. Matson,
I  Ambrey. .
lie following young ladies assisted
1 the tea and ices: Miss P.
Jrts, Miss L. Eberts. Miss Savage,
|s Arbuthnot, Miss P. Mason, Miss
Monteith and others.
* *   *
. Paul's Presbyterian church, Vic
toria West, was the scene of a very
pretty wedding on Wednesday afternoon, June sth. The contracting
parties were Mr. David Leeming and
Miss Amy McKenzie, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James R. McKenzie,
Springfield Avenue, Victoria West.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. D. McRae, assisted by the Rev.
Dr. Reid. The bride, who was given
away by her father, wore a lovely
gown of mousselaine de soie over taf-
fetta, trimmed with real lace, a tuille
veil with the conventional orange
blossoms and carried a bouquet of
lillies of the valley and asparagus
fern. The bridesmaids were Miss
Hulda Stronigun and Miss Jennie Anderson, who wore dainty frocks of
mousselaine de soie over taffeta with
chiffon trimmings, and carried bouquets of carnations and roses. The
groom was supported by Mr. J. H.
Austin and Mr. J. H. Lawson. After
the ceremony a reception was held
at the residence of the bride's parents, where the happy couple received
the congratulations of their many
friends. The presents were numerous and costly, the groom's gift to
the bride was a diamond and emerald ring and to the bridesmaids pearl
sunbursts.
The church was profusely decorated
in white and green by the many
friends of the bride. The happy couple left for Cowichan Lake. On their
return they will take up their rest
dence on Simcoe street.
Tvinnnnry
rrnrrmrrn
TIMBER
3
0
0
A man feels ashamed of being
loved, because he is always in the
position of being the active free
agent, and because he knows that he
can never give himself entirely to
love, and there is nothing about which
he is so silent, even when there is no
special leason for him to fear that
he might compromise the lady by
talking. A woman boasts about her
love aff.-tiis, and parades them before
other women in order to make them
envious of her.
It has been exhaustively proved
that the female is soulless and possesses neither ego nor individuality,
personality nor freedom, character
nor will. This conclusion is of the
highest significance in psyschology.
It implies that the psyschology of the
male and the female must be treated
separately.
The foregoing involves the proposition that women cannot love. Women have made no ideal of man to
correspond with the male conception
of the Madonna. What woman requires from man is not purity, chastity, morality, but something else.
Woman is incapable of desiring virtue in a man.
A real woman never becomes conscious of a destiny, of her own destiny; she is not heroic; she fights
most for her possessions, and there
is nothing tragic in the struggle as
her own fate is decided with the fate
of her possessions.
Thug Far.
Let's say "Good-bye!" the sun has set,
Rose fades to amber in the sky.
Why dally longer with regret?
Let's say "Good-bye!"
To-night our paths divergent lie;
Believe me, we shall soon forget
The love we could not qualify.
And life, as when before we met,
Will drift along without a sigh.
Ah! heart of mine, your cheek is wet—
Let's say "Good-bye!"
—Jessie Pope.
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VICTORIA, B. C.
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VICTORIA
The home ol all theatrical and vauder He
artists while in the Capital city, alto of
other kindred bohemiana.
WRIQHT & FALCONER, Proprietors.
CAMBORNE
The Eva Hotel
CAMBORNE, B. C.
Headquarters for mining men and
commercial travellers.
JOHN A. THEW, Proprietor.
REVELSTOKE
Hotel Victoria
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Headquarters ior miners and
lumbermen.
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Banff's Most Popular fa a Day Hotel.
Close to Station and Sulphur j
Baths.
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Hthted. Tub and ahower batha aud laundry in
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ROSSLAND, B. C.
Rates $1.00 per day and up.   Cafe in
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HOTEL HUME
NELSON,   B. C,
Leading Hotel of the Keotenayt.
J. FRED HUME,      •      Pr.prl.ter.
Silver King Hotel,
NELSON, B. C.
Tbe home of the Industrial Workers
of the Kootenays.
W. E. JlcCandllsh,
Proprietor
Royal Hotel
NELSON, B. C.
The Best Family Hotel in th-3 City.
11.00 ii day.
Mrs. Wm. Roberts,       Proprietress
Do you want a quiet place to
smoke and read the paper while
waiting for   that appointment?
Try then, my friend
The Wilson Bar
VICTORIA, B. C.
*
Beneath derdon Hotel
Vetee Street
BEDDING
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City Market
VICTORIA The Motherland.
Point to Remember.
Eccentricities of Fashion. "ortll °f4rE"en A^.teeK at ft? &KL ?or"
ner ot No.  4;  thence south 80 ohains;
The woman of today wears a cart- thence east 80 chains; thenee north 80
wheel hat, stilt-heeled boots, a bushel S^SSJaSSSSJS!" 8° Chai"S t0 P°lnt
of enormous trinkets, frocks of crino-     Locate1V^4°t&TE0.-:I- t      *
Many women too often forget that nne-Hke '--' J  -      ■•■---'-  -----   GE0?G^*^NG^Looatoj-,
to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
May 15th,  1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
4. Commencing at a post planted 160
chains south  of a post planted on the
 east  shore  of  Chee What  Lake,  about
■wATTm,-'  ic  i,o„ni„,  „!„„„   .-...    „i..4„  one mlle fr01" ^e outlet; thence south
,      , ,      ., . ,. A^?nSr    ,   'ler^ (glv?n,that' ,sixt/  80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
She  has  the idea of  crowding poor daf  a"?r^tiL^iA .'SPX.JS north .80 chains; thence east 80 chains
  fulness, and everything else June 8
there  is  such  a thing  as   a  dowdy 0n such a huge scale that it is evident
mind,  as well as  a dowdy frock,
Gentlewoman.
Agent for ARTHUR BELL.
man off the earth.—Daily Mirror.
the  Chief Commissioner  of  Lands  and
to  point  of  commencement,   and   con-
Italy Between the Powers.
Germany:   "She is bound to me by
links of iron I"
England,    "And to me by links of
love!"
—Piisquino, Turin.
Works  for permission to  purchase  the  Si-Xe■ 640 acres   irforior less
following described land, situated in the  ^K1"8 ,5,,,   1907
Skeena District: May 1Btn'  18"7-
Commencing at a post planted about
60 chains in a southerly direction from
There  is  hardly  a person  who,  if L°t u^> and about 1% miles below Kit-
,    ,   .      ,        .  , .„       ,        silas Canyon,  on the left bank or east
asked  in  the  right  way,  will  refuse shore of the Skeena River, marked T.
All Out.
Lesson of the Mutiny.
W.  C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
5. Commencing at a post planted 160
chains south of a post planted on the
east  shore. of  Chee What  Lake,  about
,   .,,    ...    „ 7,   n„ one mile from the outlet; thence south
to contribute an item for the paper, KaVs^thefie^f £ ^VM J^tt^"*^ S
if they have it in their possession, of "ver, thence north along bank.of to point of commencement, and contain-
»..    ,   •        .     . , . "ver 80 chains; thence east 40 chains  irie%4n at,res   more or iegs
This brings back an early experience to  point of  commencement,  containing     m«V iBth  liin7
4S0 acres, more or less. Mln      " '
Located 30th April, 1907.
T.  J.  STEPHENS,
June S Locator.
as a reporter.   We were sent out to
, get the facts of a fire at a country
India was won by the sword, and residence    The maid appeared in re.
sponse  to  a  rap  at  the  door,  and
this was the conversation:  "Excuse
by the sword it will have to be re
tained. That was the lesson of the
Mutiny to be remembered today.—
Army and Navy Gazette.
Preference Must Come.
When the nation commissions the
May 15th, 1907.
W.  C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
6. Commencing at a post planted 240
chains south of a post planted on the
east shore of Chee What Lake about
one mlle from the outlet; thence south.
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement, and containing (140 acres, more or less.
May  16th,   1907.
W. O. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
7. Commencing at a post planted 240
DISTRICT    OP    NOOTKA,    ALBERNI
LAND DISTRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that, thirty days after
,..,,,      , .,     , ,  date I, Hiram Carney of Kaslo. occupa-
me, but, is the lady of the house at tion,   Miner,   Intend   to   apply   to   the
i,nm.ji' "Mr,"  wis  the  rer.1v   " she's Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
nome.     ino,   was tne reply,    sties and Works for a special iioense to cut
out."   "Ah! are any of the family at and carry away timber from the fol-
1 11, iixt    4, 11      41, niir 11   lowing described lands:
commissions  the h°me?     N°' * ey ^ *" °Ut     W<= '     N°' ^-Commencing at a post planted chalnV'south"of'a'"post,'pTan'te'd"oh the
commissions tne     asn-t there a fire here last evening?" °n a <="•<* running into Head Bay on east shore of chee What Lake, about
Unionist Party, as it will do before „Yes„ said the ^ ^ a smile> .*ut %S^»$^^$«?*,£**.$ one mile from the outlet; .thence, south
long, to remodel our financial system, »•*,„,.,„  4 4 » from  salt  water,  marked  Hiram  Cai-
;,   B .„    _.    .    that s out too. ney's  S.   E.   corner,  thence  north   80
the   new  arrangements   will   embody   chains;  thence west 80 chains;  thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
M   P '■! T.nve Letter to   point   of   commencement,   and   con
ns, r.s i-ove welter. taining 640 acres, more or less.
Much amusement has been caused „nN°- j?;-gom,meneing at a post Planted
on a creek  running into Head  Bay on
the   principle  of  inter-Imperial  preference.—Manchester Courier.
80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north SO chains; thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
May 16th, 1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
Commencing nt a post planted 160
Tinted Prevarication.
.     ,,      „ .   _ ,      .,      on a creek  running Into Head  Bay on    ha|ns enst and 280  chains south  of a
in  the   House  of  Commons   by  the Glupana Arm, and about six miles from _nst planted on the east shore of Chee
salt    water,    marked   Hiram    Carney's  ww  Lnko   about  one  mlle  from   the
Tn the  case of the lie the  colour publication in a north country paper North"East   Corner"   ffience   wert^O KtMhSce north  so chains; thence
rnetanbnr    is     rleHHerllv    innlieshle   of a love-letter a eged to have been  oha'nf 1 thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 cbains; thenee south 80 chains;
metaphor    is     decidedly    applicable.                                     »                                east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains thence east so chains to point of corn-
Why not the purple lie, the gorgeous, written by an M. P. which was never to^point^of^commenrament^^and  con- menoement.  and  containing  640  acres,
unblushing    misstatement    of    fact, committed to the post.                           aNo"l—CommenoTnsata post planted mMav°ri61thS'l907
which is told for its very picturesque-     It is stated to have been found in ^^iV^^lb^^g^'lleHo0.!!        " ' % £AK°N'
ness, and which no one  is expected a blotting-pad in the library, having salt   water,    marked   Hiram   Carney's      „  Commencing et a post planted 160
to believe?   Or the green lie, where- presumably    been    hurriedly    thrust K^fhen^lt .WktaTSenS! *ft^MV^hoTS She?
by we affirm that which we know to there when the division bell rang and south M ^tJ-^M,^ What to « ««; "ffins-Thence
be untrue to  our neighbour,  simply unaccountably forgotten afterwards.      640 acres, more or less. eaat 8'0 chains: thence south so'chains;
because  we  are  jealous  of him,  or     The alleged letter is unfinished and onN£ &£*£& !n& TaSS* C« SeUnf W^W^
more iisnallv her?—Isis                            unsigned.    Its tenor would appear to  Glupana   Arm,   about   six   miles   from more 0r less,
more usually ner:—isis.                           .,..,,,                 ,                . salt water, and marked Hiram Carney's     M„v iMa.   1907
  indicate intedbtedness on the part of Northwest    corner;    thence    south    80 -v ' W  C  NELSON
Lord A. Campbell Retires. the writer to stock effusions of the f0^^&;e&ce° «W ctt!     ln. commencing at Ml 160
After thirty-five years Lord Archi- kind often found in fiction.    It runs  to. pointy excommencement,  containing chains eas^ and ^0 ^hains^s^uU, rfa
bald Campbell is retiring from active as follows: Staked May 13, 1907. what Lake, about one mile from the
4     c   r ..44>,    ca    „1        "Mv Own Darline- Love—There is      xt    -r      HIRAM CARNEY, Locator outiet; thence south 80 chains; thence
management   of   Coutts    Bank,   al-        »iy uwn uarnng i.ove,    mere is      No  5.—Commencing at a post planted east go chains; thence north 80 chains;
th on i-rli he will continue as a oartner a big debate on in the House; but I  on a creek running into Head Bay on thence east 80 chains to point of com-
tnougn ne win continue as, a yamici a ,,.,,,    Glupana Arm and about four miles from mencement    and   containing   640  aeres
in the famous firm have stolen away to the library, elud- salt   water,   marked   Hiram   Carney's Sore or less        contalmng  MU acres'
Northeast    Corner;    thence    west    80
Sport.
An Englishman's hobby; a Frenchman's business.—Car.
ing the watchful whip, to write you ch0arlng. thenoe Bouth 80 chains; thence
a few lines telling you for the thous- east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains,
, ,     .       ,       °      , to point of commencement,  containing
andth time how I adore you.
"Arthur Balfour is making it hot
for 'C. B.' Before I met you I thought
nothing could have tempted me out
640 acres, more or less.
Staked May 14, 1907.
June 8 HIRAM CARNEY, Locator.
Peace:
A Wary Bird.
"Won't  you  let  me  trim of the House on such an occasion.
more or less.
May 16th, 1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.   .
11. Commencing at a post planted 160
chains east and 280 chains south of a
post planted on the east shore of Chee
What Lake,  about  one mile  from the
outlet; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of com-
 *   acres,
your claws?"
German Eagle: "ThanksI I prefer
them long!"—Punch.
RUPERT  LAND  DISTRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Edwin Ward
of Spokane,  Wash., occupation Timber mencement" and""containing" 640
Cruiser,  intend to apply for a special more or less
timber license over the  following de- may 16th  1907
scribed lands: '        '       W. C. NELSON.
No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted h  WATERS
80 chains distant in a southerly direc- i2. Commencing at a'post planted 320
tion from the southwest corner of Lot chalns east and 360 chains south of a
shouting with the rest of the fellows.  190, thence east 190 chains; thence south pogt planted on the east shore of Chee
"R,,t k™ trivial  and wearisome it  20 C4ha\,V thv,eIice ^i' 40 chain4SJ th?nce What  Lake,  about  one  mile  from  the
But how trivial ana wearisome it west   140   chains;  thence  north   along outlet; thence north 80 chains; thence
"I would have sat through it all
on those crowded benches with intense    gratification,    cheering    and
The Crowning Glory.
It used to be that a woman's crown an seems, now that you have come the shore line to place of commence- wesr80'chaTns;'Thence]south''8b' chai'ns'J
of glory was her hair, but it is her int0 fy ]ifet Staked May_21,_l?07. " *
hat  these
Francisco,
days.—News   Letter,  San
"I swear that I more dearly prize
one kiss from you than all the glory June 8
EMERY GUAY.
EDWIN WARD,  Agent.
Cold Comfort for Liberals,
Nobody supposes that the House of ;s asking who is the writer,
Lords is going to commit the Happy	
Despatch merely because a Liberal
House of Commons desires it to do
so; and unless the House of Lords
of a seat in the House of Commons." ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
Naturally, the House of Commons
No Grumblers Wanted.
The British who come out here pre-
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement,  and  containing  640  acres,
more or less.
May 18th, 1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
r>w r-r ,»nnnror- 13- Commencing at a post planted 320
OF CLAYOQUOT. chains east and 360 chains south of a
TAKE NOTICE that I, E. J. Hutton, post planted on the east shore on Chee
of Davenport, State of Washington, oc- What Lake, about one mile from the
cupation Timber estimator, intend to outlet; thence north 80 chains; thence
apply to the Hon. the Chief Commls- east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
sioner of Lands and Works for a spe- thence west 80 chains to point of com-
cial license to cut and carry away tlm- mencement and containing 640 acres,
ber from the following described lands: more or less.
No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted     May 18th, 1907.
about 20 chains north of the Northwest W. C. NELSON.
„„,        -.- , .   ....   . I J'4' nUUUt   4.V   V1.44111-,    I1VI III,   VL    l»IC   41VI -.11W VO *.
commits suicide there is no way at pared to fall in with the conditions corner of W. E. Green's and W. B. Gar- H. WATERS,
commits su    oc mere i»  i     w j<        f                 „„„„4,.v   „lfl  whn „rp not  rard's limit No. 5, and running east 100 14. Commencing at a post planted 320
present of killing it.—T. P., in P. T. O. of a new country, and who are not  chalns. thence south 40 chains; thence chains east and 360 chains south of a
                     everlastingly  making  the  remark in east   60  chains;   thence   south  to  the post planted on the east shore of Chee
,.           .                 .,,„.     ,    ,.   .    ..   shore of the Lake westerly to the boun- What  Lake  about  one  mile  from  the
The Curse of Eden.                a disparaging tone,    We dont do it dary of Green and Garrard's limit No. outlet; thence south 80 chains; thence
_         , _                  ,.        . ,r,   ,       .i,_4 ,„„„ „4 t,„™«" -...ill finH C-itnHa   B: thence north and west to the north- east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
General Smuts, speaking at Klerks- that way at home,   win nnd L,anaoa west corner of sala limlt. thence north thence west 80 chains to point of com-
Ar.rr,   nn   tiie   nrosent   denression   in all  right, and the  friendly  nod and to point of commencement, containing mencement,  and  containing  640  acres,
aorp   on   me   present   uc^icmiuii          .     . °. .'      .      ,   .,         , ,              „  640 acres, more or less. more or less.
Staked May 21, 1907. May 18th,  1907.
E. J. HUTTON. W. C. NELSON.
No. 2.—Commencing at a post planted H. WATERS,
at the southern angle of extreme west 15. Commencing at a post planted 320
line of T. L. 81, and running north 130 chains east and 440 chains south of a
agriculture,  said that a  shrewd old the helping hand, if need be, on all
man remarked to him the other day sides.   Grumblers are not wanted.—
that "the fault of the Transvaal is Brantford Courier, Ontario,
ground  is  too  low.   You
chains; thence west 65 chains; thence post planted on the east shore of Chee
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days south 70 chains; thence east 55 chains; What Lake about one mile from the
after date I intend to apply to the Chief thence south to the shore of Central outlet, and about 2 1-2 miles in a north-
Commissioner of Lands and Works for Lake; thence in an easterly direction erly direction from the mouth of 7-mile
permission to purchase the following along lake shore to the boundary line river; thence south 80 chains; thence
described lands, situated on the west 0f T. L. 81; thence following said line east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
side of Porcher Island, southwest ot 0f T. L. 81; thence following said boun- thence west 80 chains to point of corn-
Useless Bay:                             dary line north and west to point of mencement,  and  containing  640  aores,
ert commencement.                 , more or less.
,80 Staked May 22, 1907.
vou believe that a silk hat is neces- chains;  thence east  20 .chains;  thence B. J. HUTTON.
■'                                                           .             .   north  to beach:  the!
that  the   ground  is  too
have to bend your back to work.
Star, Johannesburg.
The Impractical Silk Hat. 	
Tl„.  ...  _orini.  wi,n would have      Commencing at a post marked Albert  commencement.
There are people wlio wouio na\e Aaams. N w. corner; thence south ""
sary to a business man's attire, and
is a practical adjunct to his bodily
covering; but how can a hat that
ruffles up in the first puff of wind, or
looks like a drowned rat after a
shower of rain, be said to be practical—Outfitter.
north to beach; thence following beach      no. 3.—Commencing at a post planted
to  point of commencement,  containing 20 chains east and  5  chains  south  of
160  acres, more or less
April 23, 1907.
ALBERT  ADAMS,
June ST Per W. W. CLARKE, Locator,
May 18th, 1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
16. Commencing at a post planted 320
chains east and 360 chains south of a
the southern angle on the extreme west*
em line of T. L. 72, and running west post planted on the east shore of Chee
50   chains;   thence   north   205   chains; What  Lake,   about  one  mile  from  the
thence east to boundary line of T. L. outlet, and about 3 1-2 miles in a north-
,        4,   .   „„  .        "-'■   thenee  south and  east  along  said westerly direction from  the mouth of
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days  boundary  line  to  point  of  commence- 7-mile River;  thence south  80  chains;
after date, that I Intend to apply to the ment, containing 640 acres, more or less, thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
Australia's Nightmare.
Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands      staked May 24, 1907.
and Works for a special license to cut June 8 ' E J  HUTTON
and  carry away  timber  from the foi- 	
lowing described lands, situated on Kil- vTPTfiRTA    T anti    t-it<!ttjt<-'t
dalla River, Rivers Inlet: V1LIOR1A    LAND    DISTRICT,
No. 8.—Commencing at a post planted TRICT OP RENFREW,
at N. W. corner about 20 chains north      TAKE NOTTCE that we. W.  C.  Nel-
DIS-
chains;  thence east  80  chains  to point
of commencement,  and containing 640
acres, more or less.
May 18th,  1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
17. Commencing at a post planted 320
The awakening hordes of Asia, the of Curry Creek, and 80 chains west of  son and H. Waters, of Victoria, B.C., chains east and 440 chains south of a
. ,                ,         ...,      • ., „f  N.   W.   corner   No.;   thence   south   80  occupation   timber  cruisers,   intend   to post planted on the east shore of Chee
thoroughly aroused martial  spirit Ot chains;   thence  east  80  chains;  thence applv for a special timber license over What  Lake,  about one mile from  the
.im„    „„„ nnnnlnted    little    Taoan   north 80 chains; thence west 80 chain* the following described lands: outlet, and about 2 1-2 miles in a north-
ciever,   over-popuiarea   uue   japa i, to point of commencement.                           Commencing at a post planted on the erly direction from the mouth of 7-Mile
abide by our pillow as a nightmare Of      No. 9.—Commencing at a post planted east   side   of  Chee What  Lake,   about River;  thence south  80 chains;  thence
,.       ,           .{?,...         t-,4      ...i,-     ,4 at the N.  W.  corner,  80 chains west n   mile from  the outlet,  thence  south west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
dismal    possibilities.      We    wake    at  of No.  8 post, thence south 80 chains;   80   chains;   east   80   chains;   north   80 thence east 80 chains to point of com-
timpo  in  a  mid  sweat  nf  fear   and thence east 80 chains; tnence north 80  chains; thence west 80 chains to point mencement   and   containing   640 acres,
times  in a  com sweat  oi  iear, aim ohalns. thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less,
clutch helplessly at the skirt of mother of commencement.                          ■             more 0r less. May 18th, 1907.
_     ,     .               ,            *,,                            No. 10.—Commencing at a post plant-                                         -W. C. NELSON. W. C. NELSON.
England, our only possible saviour.— ed at the S. E., about 30 chains north                                    H WATERS. H WATERS
of Curry Creek at the N. E. corner of      5. Commencing at a post planted 160 18. Commencing at a post planted 240
No.  8;  thence west  160  chains;  thence  ohains  south  of a post planted  on  the chains east and 440  chains south of a
north 40 chains; thence east 160 chains;   e!lst   shore  of Chee What  Lake,  about post planted on the east shore of Chee
/-,u.4-_-4.   n,:„i..„                    thence south 40 chains to point of com-  nne mile from the outlet; thence north What  Lake,  about  one  mile  from  the
ODStinate  unnuers.                   mencement.                                                      SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence outlet, and about 2 1-2 miles in a north-
Located May 24th, 1907.                            south  80 chains; thence east 80 chains westerly direction  from  the mouth  of
No. 11.—Commencing at a post plant-  to point of commencement, and contain- 7-Mile  River;   thence  south   80  chains;
laoses  before  the heroic lnditterencc  ed at the N.E. corner, about 60 chains  \ns 640 acres, more or less. thence  west   80   chains;   thence   north
v l,      e c        •!    north  of N.W.   corner  of  No.   2,   and      Mav 15th  1907
of  the  drinker  in  the  face  of peril,  about 65 chains north of George Creek; -w   C   NELSON
iirt..44.«. ...» lilra it nr nnt tbe truth   thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 H  WATERS.
Whether we like it or not tne trutn clin,ns. thence north 80 chaing. thence
Table Talk, Melbourne.
The logic of the medical man col-
, ,, .„„,,. ...  -■   ---       3. Commencing at a post planted 160
has to be faced; our fellow-men arc east 80 chains; to point of commence- chains south of a post planted on the
prepared to die young in defence of me&ated May 28th, 1907. SMM Se^ouTlet; thence no?th     	
♦v.. tiKortv tn drink beer—New Age.    .-No; 12.—Commencing at a post plant- so chains; thence east 80 chains: tbence chains east and 400 chains south of a
the UDerty to arinK ucci.    i-icv.     B     ^ at the N w   corner about 30 chalns gouth 80 cha!ng. thence weat 80 chains post planted on the east shore of Chee
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement,  and  containing  640
acres, more or less.
May 17th, 1907.
W. C. NELSON.
H. WATERS.
19. Commencing at a post planted 240
What Lake, about one mile from til
outlet, and about 3 miles in a nortl)
westerly direction from the mouth
7-Mile River; thence north 40 chain|
thence west- 160 chains; thence soutf
40 chains; thence east 160 chains
point of commencement, and contalnin
640 acres more or less.
'    May 17th, 1907.
W. C. NELSON.,
H. WATERS.
20. Commencing at a post planted
the east shore of Chee What Lake, aboil
one mile from the outlet; thence soutl
80 chains; west 80 chains; thence norl|
20 chains, more or less, to shore of Chj
What Lake,  thence along the shore
point   of   commencement,   and   contaif
ing 360 acres,  more or less.
May 15th, 1907.
W.  C. NELSON.,!
June 8 H. WATERS.
ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT, DISTRIC
OF NOOTKA.
TAKE  NOTICE that A.  Solomon,
Victoria,   occupation,   Mining   Man,   I
tends to apply for a special timber
cense    over    the    following    describ!
lands:
No. 1.—Commencing at a post
on east bank of Tahsis River, about t^
miles   from   its   mouth,   and   about
chains in westerly direction from nortl
east corner of Timber License 9,464, a-J
marked   "No.   1,  A.  S.'s  southwest
ner," thence east 80 chains; thence n
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; then
south   SO   chains,   following   course
river  to  point   of  commencement,   a|
containing 640 acres, more or less.
No. 2.—Commencing at a post plant!
on west bank of Tahsis River, about t-|
miles from its mouth, and about
chains easterly from northwest corri
of Timber License 9,464, and marH
"No. 2, A. S.'s southeast corner"; then
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chall
thence east. 80 chains; thence sow
80 chains, following course of rlver|
point of commencement; containing
acres, more or less.   ,
No. 3.—Commencing at a post plan]
on east bank of Tahsis River, abJ
three miles from its mouth, and marll
"No. 3. A. S's southwest corner," thes
east SO chains; thence north 80 chall
thence west 80 chains; thence south!
chains, following course of river to pof
of commencement, containing 640 acf
more  or  less.
No. 4.—Commencing at a post plan|
on  west   bank  of  Tahsis  River,   ab,
three miles from Its mouth, and mar|
"No. 4. A. S.'s Southeast Corner"; the
west SO chains; thence north 80
thence east  80 chains; thence south
chains, following course of river to •
of commencement, containing 640 a
more  or  less. ,
No. 5.—Commencing at a post plari
on   east   bank   of   Tahsis   River,
four miles from its mouth, and marl
"No. 5. A. S.'s Southwest Corner;" thq
east 80 chains: thence north 80
thence west 80 chains; thence south
chains, following course of river to j
of commencement, containing 640 a
more or less,
No. 6.—Commencing at a nost plan
on west bank of Tahsis River, an
four miles from its mouth, and man
"No. 6. A. S.'s Southeast Corner"; the]
west. 80 chains; thence north 80 cha
thence east 80 chains; thence south
chains, following course of river to p)
of commencement, containing 640 acj
more or less.
No. 7.—Commencing at a post
about five miles from Its mouth on
bank of Tahsis River, and marked '
7. A. S.'s South-west Corner"; th(|
east 80 chains: thence north 80 cha
thence west 80 chains; thence south
chains, following course of Rlverl
point of commencement, containing!
acres, more or less.      , I
No. 8.—Commencing at a post plai
on west bank of Tahsis River, aB
flve miles from its mouth, and ma-j
"No. 8. A. S.'s Southeast Corner"; thf
west 40 chains; thence north 120 chai
thence east 40 chains; thence southl
chains, following course of rlverl
point of commencement, containing!
acres,  more  or  less.
No. 9.—District of Rupert—Comn
lng at a post planted on east
Tahsis River, about six miles fron
mouth,   and   marked  "No.   9,   A.
Southwest    Corner"; ■ thence    eas
chains; thence north 120 chains; th
west 40 chains; thence south 120 c"
following  course of  river to  poi
commencement;    containing   640
more or less.
No. 10.—Commencing at a post
ed on west bank of Tahsis River,
six and one-half miles from Its n
and marked "No. 10, A.  S.'s Soutli
Corner"; thence west 40 chains; tn
north 120 chains; thonce east 40 ch
thence south 40 chains; containing
acres, more or less.
No. 11.—Commencing at a post .
ed on east bank of Tahsis River,
seven and one-half miles from its n
and marked "No 11, A.  S.'s Soutq
Corner"; thence east 40 chains;
north 120 chains; thence west 40 ch
thence south 120 chains to point off
mencement; containing 640 acres,
or less. „   ,
Located May 18, 1907.
June 8 ARTHUR SOLOMfl
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT,   DISTl
OF RUPERT. f
TAKE NOTICE that, thirty dajj
ter date, F. M. Kelly, of Victoria,
nalist,   intends   to   apply   to   thel
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
for  special   license  to   cut  and
away timber   from   the   followln
scribed  lands:
No. 1.—Commencing at a post pl|
on south bank of creek, entering i
west corner of Moss Lake, and ml
"No. 1, F. M. K.'s Northwest Cof
thence south 40 chains; thence en
chains; thence north 80 chains; tl
west 40 chains; thence south 40 cf
thence west 40 chains to point of|
mencement; containing 640 acres,
or less.
No. 2.—Commencing at a post pi
near   southeast  end   of  Moss  Lalf
northwest corner of claim 1, and
ed "No.  2, F.  M.  S.'s Southwesll
ner";   thence  east   40   chains;   '
north 120 chains; thence west 40
thence 120 chains south along shol
lake  to  point  of commencements
taining 640 acres, more or less.    1
No. 3.—Commencing at a post pi
at foot of conspicuous mountain!
near southwest end of Moss Lakl
about 20 chains south of lnitialf
and marked "No. 3, F. M. S.'s
east Corner"; thence west 80
thence north 80 chains; thence el
chains; thence south along shoT
lake and west line of Claim 1 tol
of commencement; containing 6401
more or less.
No. 4.—Commencing at a post r|
at southwest comer of Claim
marked "No. 4, F. M. S.'s Soil
Corner"; thence west 80 chains;
north 80 chains; thence east 80 <]
thence south 80 chains to point o|
mencement; containing 640 acresj
or less.
No. 5.—Commencing at a post
at   southwest   corner  of  Claim
marked   "No.   5,  F.   M.   K.'s  Sot|
corner"; thence west 80 chains;
north 80 chains; thence east 80
thence south 80 chains to point ol
mencement,  containing 640 acres|
or less. ,
Located May 7. 1907.
June  8 FRANK M. KE1|
	 THE WEEK, SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1907.
J3
NOTICE is hereby given that. 60 days NOTICE is hereby given that. 30 days  way between Hays Mine and the Moni-      No. 8.—Commencing at a stake plant-  and  carry away  timber from  the foi'
tafter   date    I   intend   to   apply   to   the after   date,   I   intend   to  apply   to   the  tor Mine, about 11-2 miles up a small  ed 200 chains south and 160 chains west  lowing   described   land,   situated   about
Hon   Chief Commissioner of Lands and Hon- Chief Commissioner of Lands and  creek,  running west  80  chains;  thence  of the southwest corner of Pulp Limit  fifteen   miles   from   the   mouth  of  the
Works  for Demission  to  nurchase the Works  for  special   license   to   cut  and  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;   "0; thence west 40 chains; thence south  Hoestall  River  on  the  right  limit   on
Jtollowlne   described   land   on   Porcher carry away timber from the following  thence south 80 chains to point of com-  16« chains; thence east 40 chains; thence  Big  Falls Creek,  flve  miles  above the
iTsiand   ^tnated nbout two miles south- described lands, situate on Burke Chan- mencement.                                                  north 160 chains to point of commence- Falls:—                                     ttDOVe me
least of Refuse Bav"—Commencing at a nel-  Coast District:                                          No. 6 A.—Commencing at a point on  ment.                                                                     2. Beginning at  a post marked John-
IrSst ma-rked ^William^McDertaotPs N No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted  the  west  side  of  Alberni   Canal,   half      No.9.—Commencing at a stake plant-  ston and Sloan's S. E7 Corner, and run-
If.    Corner"-  then™    40    chains south'- about one  mile west  of the northwest  way between Hays Mine and the Moni-  ed 200 chains south and 160 chains west  ning west  160 chains;  thence north 40
I than™ so chalna east- thence 40 chains corner of Lot No.  241  A,  south  shore  tor Mine, about 11-2 miles up a small  ?f the southwest corner of Pulp Limit  chains;  thence  east  160  chains-  thence
Innrth-  than™  sn  chalna  wast  to noint of   Burke   Channel;    thence   south    80   creek,  running west  80  chains;  thence  J™- thence east 40 chains; thence south  south 40 chains to place of commence-
IS-f commencement- nnntnlnlne- 120 acres chains;   thence  east  80  chains;   thence  south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;  160   chains;    thence   west   40   chains;  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less
ISfnrn^laSf         ' contaln,n;§r iiv acres' north 80 chains to shore line of Burke   thence north 80 chains to point of com-  thence north 160 chains to point of com-      May 7th, 1907.                                        -
liiuuio ui  iBBo.           „      .      ,.„,„ Channel;  thence west along  shore line  mencement.                                                     mencement.                                                                                         j. G. JOHNSTON
tHAKLJis ii   hUWLW,  Locator. of  Burke  Channel  t0  plaoe  of  beginn-      Located 17th May,  1907.                             No. 10—Commencing at a stake plant-  May 25                       J. J. SLOAN.
•»«•„ „v,   nn,    ion-7  mllja,JSS'  -a-sf,,„o s ing, containing 640 acres, more or less.      No. 6 A.—Commencing at a point on ed 200 chains south, 120 chains west and
March litn,  tail., junes No  2.—Commencing at a post planted  the west side of Alberni Canal, about  160  chains  south  from  the  southwest      ndttcfi la lmrniw a-ivon that thirt,,
■Ni-nn-i-r.-'TT. ia harah-,, .H„an that   nn riava °n shore line of Burke Channel, about   11-2   miles   south   of  Hays   Mine,   and  corner of Pulp Limit 170; thence south  fli,v »f .7 rtl   w. inSS  to .™ J   .
l,fKt,   T    ntnAfS  to  tk 3 miles west of Lot No. 241 A; thence  about   11-2   miles   up   a   small   creek;   80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence ?-?y Honorable  tterhle-? PommR5?lnn«?
ISJ2r4Srfl rnmmfaalnar nfPT^nda infl south 40 chains; thence east 160 chains;  running south   80  chains;   thence  east north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains nf L?Sds ln<f Works  for a^icii? u
iHon..Chief Commissioner of_ Lands and thence north 40 chains, more or less, to   80    chains;    thence    north    80    chains;   to pont of commencement.                             „,»   in   n?t   ,S  ,«™   ,» J   tfiii;
|y?,nkiinar^aHh»i   latd P™" PnSnW shore   line   of   Burke   Channel;   thence  thence west 80 chains to point of com-      Staked  15th  day of May,   1907.            S°"8e   ^he   fnlfowlnl   /aanrihJfl    lanla
■following   described   land   on   Porcher t   ,       th     h       „       f      d B   k    mencement.                                                                                     J. NIVEN.                        ,ft,«t«rt   in  tS« Snr^rt  i?i°«tria?.        d
■island,  situated    at    the    entrance of Channel  f0   piaoe   0f   beginning,   con-      No. 7 A.-Commencing at a point on   .      ,                   CHRIS. JACOBSON,      sitTimhar Claim 1& P1K- ?£Lnir „♦
■ lefVsS   Eay-"5ColSm„enoln.,g »atwa   K' taining 640 acres, more or less.                the west side of Alberni Canal and about Junel                                              Agent. „ iJSSnfiiSS? .♦°Vh. T^tSSS1 „_J£,2J
Imarked" A.   P.   Proctors   N.W.   cor-      No.  3.—Commencing at post planted  11-2   miles  south  of  Hays  Mine,  and -  SfP«nnHS-i «   ir  i™ni'5? 8n„»0mi?I
■ner";   thence  running  80  chains  east; on west side of small river which emp-  about   11-2   miles   up   a   small   creek,                             .    ~   „.                            £*potion 3t, in township 32, on e uille
Ithence 20 chains north; thence 80 chains t,     , t   Burke Channei at Lot No. 241   running south 80 chains; thence west 80                             J&-JL8&                            S°m.<w„ea,S?rffW4?8irSSrn?f,QP°st ^.ark:
■west to beach;  thence following beach A  about i m0e south of said Lot No.  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence                         'J^W??                        twaa   „SJ i*S.. S-'hiS1 a rf- Hi
■to point of commencement;  containing 241 A. thence north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains to point of commence-                          'v*~iW5»                         th ence   west   80   chains    thence   north
|160 acres   more or less west SO chains; thence south 80 chains;  ment.          ,                                                                             •*--.&Z>\                        amith^sn 'ah^ina6 *S**y?J nCSBi»tt„™?
CHARLES W. ROSS. Locator. then0e  east  80  chains  to  place  of be-      No. 8 A.—Commencing at a point on           _„__«, m„ „„                                   fnan™m2ntChalnS  t0  the  P°'nt  of  00m"
«     i   ,,4,.J'.oXr  wILSON,   Agent. glnning,  containing  640 acres,  more or  the west side of Alberni  Canal,  about           -NOTICE TO COHTBACTOBS.           "leTTmSnta,n,„   M„    ,„   • „„„,„,„,„,■ „
March 11th, 1907. June 8  leas H-!   miles  south  of  Hays  Mine,  and      „   _,    ,   _.tTimber4  Claim   No    16.—Commencing
„„—__, ,   I      "     ;        ..   .   .„ .„__„ No. 4.—Commencing at a post planted  11-2  miles up a small creek,  running     frovlnolal Hoapltal for the Insane.     ?Lai°%P)lajltSS at the southeast cor-
NOTICE is hereby given that, 60 days on   west   side   of   river  bank,   about   1   north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;   .SEALED     TENDERS,     superscribed  n?r, of  ?'aim  No.   16;   thence  west  80
jfter  date,   I  intend  to  apply  to  the ml]e 30uth 0f Lot No. 241 A, and ad- thence south 80 chains; thence west 80   "Tender   for   additional   story,    Ward cnains; thence south SO chains; thence
Khief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and joining post of Claim No.  3  above de-  chains to point of commencement.              C,     will be received by the Honourable ?asL80    , ins'_, thence north 80 chains
■Works  for  permission  to  purchase the soribed; thence north 80 chains; thence      No. 9 A.—Commencing at a point on  the Chief  Commissioner of  Lands and  t0_..h,e P0.1.}1 ,?„f4,C0_,mme,_cement.
following   described   land,   situated   on east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;  the west side  of Alberni  Canal,  about Works,   at  the  Lands   and  Works   De-      Staked the 20th day-of!May, 1907.
the west side of Porcher Island, about thence west  80 chains  to place of be-  11-2   miles  south  of  Hays  Mine,  and partment,  Victoria,  B.   C,  up  to  noon                 TSK-R^-E: -SJ.5i_5S-.-a
l>   1-2   miles   north  of  Chrisman s  pre- ginning,  containing 640 acres,  more or  about   11-2   miles   up   a   small   creek;  of Saturday, the eighth of June next, for   T       ,    ANDREW WRIGHT.
Tsmption: , ieSs. running north   80  chains;   thence  west  the addition of one story to Ward "C"  June 1 .Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Commencing at a post on the beach -^0 5._Commencing at a post planted 80 chains; thonce south 80 chains; of the Provincial Asylum for the In- „ 4 „, 4 , _ ~ ~ "
parked Alma B. Clarke's N.W. corner; on west bank of river one mile south thence east 80 chains to point of com- sane at New Westminster, B. C. 4v.C40a8J. DlsJ,rlctA Range i;,„?ake ?otIoe
Ihence east 80 chains; thence south 80 oi claims Nos. 3 and 4; thence north mencement. , Specifications, conditions of tendering ihat Newell Dwight Hillls, Timber
lhains; thence west along A. Snider s g0 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence Located 18th May, 1907. and contract may be seen at the ofllce Dealer of Brooklyn, New York, Intends
line to beach; thence north by beach south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains Located by of the Public Works Engineer, Vic- 1? aPPly for special timber licenses over
fo point of commencement, containing to place of beginning, containing 640 Junel D. C. McDONALD. toria, B. C, and at the office of the the following described lands:
|60 acres, more or less. acres, more or less.   Medical Superintendent of the Hospital No. 42.—Commencing at a post plant-
April 24, 1907. No. 6.—Commencing at a post planted NOTICE is hereby given that thirty at New Westminster, on and after the ed on the south bank of a small stream
ALMA B. CLARKE. about 40 chains more or less west of days after date I intend to apply to 25th lnst. Upon application to the flowing into the head of Thompson
luneS             W. W. CLARKE. Locator. river and about 2 miles south of S. W.  the   Hon.   the   Chief   Commissioner   of Medical   Superintendent,   intending  ten-  Sound,  about  40  chains  S.   E.   of  the
 *— corner post of Claim No. 5; thence west  Lands and Works for a special license derers will  receive explanations of the mouth of Kakweiken River; thence north
■ NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days 40  chains;  thence    north    160    chains;  to cut and carry away timber from the  work required, and will be permitted to  40 chains; thence east 160 chains; thence
Ifter  date   I   intend   to   apply  to   the thence   east   40   chains;   thence   south  following  desoribed   lands,   situate   in examine the ward.                                      south 40 chains; thence west 160 chains.
Thief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and 160  chains  to place of beginning,  con-  Rupert District:                                                 Each    tender   must   be   accompanied  containing 640 acres, more or less.
Vorks  for permission  to  purchase  the taining 640 acres, more or less.                     No. 1.—Commencing at a post planted  by an accepted bank cheque, or certifl-      Staked  May  23,   1907.    ,
allowing  described   land,   situated   on No. 7.—Commencing at a post planted  40  chains  east  of  the  easterly  north-  cate of deposit on a chartered bank in      no   4'3 — Commencing at a nnat nlant.
he wwt side of Porcher Island: on   east  bank  of   river  at   the  divide,   east   corner   of   Pulp   Limit   No.   170;  Canada, made payable to the Honourable edWon the bSSc of a fraek flowln! Into
Commencing at a post marked Alma about 1%   miles  south  of Claim No.  5  thence running  80  chains  east;   thence  the Chief  Commissioner  of  Lands and  the one mentioned in No   42   afifnt 40
• Clarke's N.W corner; thenoe east and % mile east of Claim No. 6, both 80 chains north; thence 80 chains west; Works, or by cash, in the sum of 5 per chains wSt of the N E corner nf No
J chains? thence north 20 chains; thence above described; thence north 80 chains; and thence SO chains south to place of cent of the tender, which sum will be «f thenci 40 ohSns north; thILewst
test to beach-  thence following beach thence east 80 chains; thence south 80  commencement.                                               forfeited if the party tendering decline  inn   chains-   then™   smith   sn   chalna-
point  of  commencement   containing chains; thence west 80 chains to place      Staked May 18,  1907.                        ,      to enter into contract when called upon  thence wast fin chXa^thancn north iii
?0PacresOfmoOre T ?«».   ' of beginning, containing 640 acres, more                                       OCTAVE GUAY.         »    ^  «r fail to complete the wSrk  &e. Ten™ wesllil chXs "S^int
P      MRS   W   W  CLARKE No.^'.-Commencing at a post planted      No. 2.-Commencing at a post plant-      The   cheques,   certificates   of   deposit,  2* 2"™Tes^6"1' containlngr 64° aore8'
unes W  w  fil.AUKE   Locator       about 20 rods from shore line of river  ed  60 chains  easterly  from  the  south-  or cash, of unsuccessful tenderers will      H.niroii m«« -j-j   ion?
nne» w. w. ui4AKK.a. locator.      ^ th& b(jn(J Jn riv(jr| abouj. 1 m,,g eag(;  east cQrner of pu]p L]m]t m.  thence bfl returned t0 them after the execution      „     ??     ay 23'     ,       '
a-NTn-aTn-n. <   i,_,r„v,„ „!„„„ ti „.  en __._,„_ of Claim No. 7, above described; thence  running  60    chains     west;     thence  40  of the contract.                                                 No. 44.—Commencing at a post about
|NOTlLI<4 is hereby given that M) days north g0 chains; thence east 80 chains;   chains   north;  thence   140   chains  east>-     Tenders will not be considered unless  ,20 chains west of the first right angled
IS, dato I, jntend   to   apply   to   the thence south  80 chains; thence west 80  thence 20 chains south; thence 40 chaljf    made out on the forms supplied, signed  bend of the Kakweiken River; about 20
Ti i     commissioner    of    Lands    and chaIns  t0  place  of beginning   contain-  east; thence 20 chains south; and thence with   the  actual  signature  of the ten-  chains  west: of  the  one of  the  N.W.
I?.     ,Jl? aV   miasAii    a Pu.r,°hase  the ]ng 640 acres, more or less.                          120  chains west,  following the line of derer,   and   enclosed   in   the   envelope  corners of 497; thence north 40 chains;
Wlowing   described   land,   situated   on No. 9.—Commencing at a post planted   Lot  174 to place of commencement.        furnished.                                                        thence   east   about   160   chains   to   497;
Ke west side of Porcher Island, on the on  east bank  0f river about one mile      Staked May 18, 1907.                                                F. C. GAMBLE,                             thence south 40 chains along 497; thence
T>uthwest side of Useless Bay. south of Claim No. 8, above described;                                       OCTAVE GUAY.                                 Public Works Engineer.      west about 150 chains to point of com-
I Commencing at a post marked Albert thence south 40 chains; thence west 160                                       EDWIN WARD.            Lands   and   Works   Department,   Vic-  mencement,  containing 600 acres,  more
taiders N.W.  Corner, thence south 80 ehains;  thence north  80 chains;  thence      No.  3.—Commencing at a post plant-  toria, B. C, 22nd May, 1907.         Junel  or less.
hains;  thence  west  80  chains,  thence east 40 chains; thence south 40 chains;  ed  about  60  chains  easterly  from  the —      Staked May 23, 1907.
Ki^t1 ay>„a™™i?naawIaII?ea^rtaiVwPiIicn thence oast 120 chains to place of be-  southeast   corner  of  Lot   170;   running          RENFREW LAND DISTRICT               No. 46.—Commencing at a post plant-
hiaa °^„COamTen?ei?ent' staining 160 ginning,  containing  640 acres, more or  80 chains east; thence 80 chains south;                  District of Esquimalt                   ed at the N.W.   corner of N.  D.  H.'s
R™iiTi   inii I*88- thence 80 chains west; thence 80 chains   ' No.  44;  thence north 40 ehains; thence
April j6, uol. No. 10.—Commencing at a post plant-  north to place of commencement.                 TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles L. Bet-  east   160   chains   to   Kakweiken   River;
J,,™ n                       a    w.T_¥r    i__,i ed  °n  north  shore of  the river,  about      Staked May 18, 1907.                                terton, of the City of Victoria   British  thence south    40    chains    along River;
luneS                      A.  McKAY,  Agent. one   mlle  east  of  Claim  No.   9,   above                                       OCTAVE GUAY.       Columbia, Manager of the BF  Graham  thence west 160 chains to point of com-
  described; thence west 80 chains; thence                                       EDWIN WARD.        Lumber   Company,   Limited,   intend   to  mencement,  containing 640 acres, more
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;      No.  4.—Commencing at a post plant-  apply for a special timber license over  or less.
Ker   date   I   intend   to   apply   to   the thence south 80 chains to place of be-  ed about 141  chains  east of the south  the  following described  lands:                      Staked May 23, 1907.
Jiief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and ginning,  containing 640 acres,  more or  easterly  corner    of    Pulp    Limit  170;      Commencing at  a  post  planted  near      No. 46.—Commencing at a post plant-
forks  for  permission  to  purchase  the less-                                                  4,4    thence 80 chains east; thence 80 chains Braden   Creek,   a   tributary   of   Gordon  ed at the N W    corner of N.  D    H.'s
Tallowing   described   land,   situated   on No. 11.—Commencing at a post plant-  south;   thence   SO   chains   west;   thence  River, Renfrew District; thence east SO  No   45-  thence north  40 chains-  thence
Jie west side of Porcher Island, about ed on north bank of river, adjoining post  SO chains north to place of commence-  chains;  thence north 40 chains;  thence  east 160 chains  to River-  th«nce south
lie mile    north    of    ChrlsmanBs pre- of Claim No 10, above described; thence ment.                                                            west 80 chains; thence south 40 chains;  40  chains;  thence1 welt 180T chains to
Wtion: west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;      Staked May IS, 1907                                 thence west 40 chains; thence south 40  point of commencement, containing 640
Commencing at a post on beach mark- ther.ee east 80 chains;  thence north  80                                       OCTAVE GUAY.       chains   to  the  point  of  commencement  Seres,  more or less
B Isaac Walden's N. W. corner; thence chains  to  place  of  beginning,  contain-                                       EDWIN WARD.        and containing 640 acres more or less.      Staked May 23   1907
fc,st SO chains; thence north 80 chains; ing 640 acres,  more or less.                         No.   5.—Commencing  at  the  easterly      Dated the 28th day of May. A.D. 1907.      „!„   47    onmmnnnln» at a nnat nlant
tence west to beach; thence following No. 12.—Commencing at a post plant-  northeast   corner   of   Pulp   Limit   170;                 CHAS. L. BETTERTON.             P|1N0; «.—Commencing at a post plant-
feach  to point  of commencement,  con- ed   on   south   bank  of  river,   about   20  thence west 40 chans; thence north 40;  Agent B. F. Graham Lumber Company,  v„   4R  ahm.'t IB nhnhfa nnrth nf a' i?r«
fining 640 acres more or less chains,   more  or  less,   west   of  Claims  thence c/st 80 chains;  tbence south 80         Limited      Registered     Ofllce     Law  No. 46, about 15 chains north of a large
|"prn   24    1907 Nos. 10 and 11; thence north 160 chains;  chains; thence west 40 chains to place         Chambers   Bastion.Street:   Victoria   S.r-eek' "owing southeast into Kakweiken
I           HENRY WALDEN thenee east 40 chains; thence south 160  of  commencement.                                                ^namoers,  Bastion street,  victoria,  River;  thence west  160  chains;  thence
lines            WW CLARKE  Locator chains; thence west 40 chains to place      Staked May 18,  1907.                               Junel                                                              south 40 chains; thence east 160 chains;
* ""^' locator*      0( besinning containing 640 acres, more ANNA DUNHAM.        ■ thence north 40 chains to point of com-
.4,,. ,,-,„ .    , or less                                                              Tunp 1                      EDWIN WARD                                                 _<*                                  mencement.  containing 040 acres,  more
INOTICE is hereby given that 60 days  0rN'o   is.-Commenclng at a post plant-  ^ii LDWIN WARD.  JL>-. or less.
Vief    Commissnionner    of Tinfls    ind eS  0,n ,the ,^outh  ,,ank  °^ Koe/e  La^e' NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that  thirty iS^lfeaSl                           J""^ ^ ^ ^°7-                4    ,    4
■orks  for"permission  to  purchase Tl e 5,104Ut a3 .I"11.3, more„ or  ltss ,from  the days after date I intend to apply to the WmliWM                           No 48.—Commencing at a post plant-
llTowing   described  land     situated   on ^ot ,°l ".'2  'i!"5'  Wh?re  thtl laka  em.P," Hon.  the Chief Commissionei- of Lands yT^^<^.                       efl   about   one  chain   west   of   the   Kak-
le weSf side of Poroher Island   about V»esJn.to th5 Koeye triiVi.ear; thence south and Works for a special license to cut ^j.5*®!*^!                    weiken River, near the N.E. corner of
lo   miles   north   of   ChrlsmaS's   nre- « ehains; thence east 160 chains; thence and  carry away  timber from  the  foi- HOSPITAL FOB THE IHSAHE, HEW N.D.H.'s No. 46; thence north 40 chains;
fcpti™   adlolning Henrv Walden's N ?,orthn4,0,, chain8' more t0ri,e38'i° 850re lowing described lands, situated on Ur- WESTMIHSTEB.                       thence east 80 chains; thence south 120
T   Corner Sost"                  Walden s N. ne of like; thence west along the shore sula Channel, Coast District: TENDERS,    indorsed   "Hospital    for  chains;   thence  west  40  chains;   thence
■Commencing  at   a   Dost   marked   Ar- Lln.8 of_.,Snala Iake to p0 nti of beS'nning, No. 11.—Commencing at a stake plant- the Insane,"  for the furnishing of fu-  north 80 chains; thenco west 40 chains
lur Snlder's S   W   corner-Whence east being 640 acres, more or less ed  on the beach about one mile from nerals and for the supply of clothing,  to  point  of  commencement,   containing
P chains'   thence'   north    20    ?hatna- No 1.4.—Commencing at a stake plant- the north side of Fisherman's Cove, on dry  goods,   tailor's   fittings,   boots   and  M0 acres, more or less,
■ence west to belch" thence following edn0n sh?re f°^iK.0ey%, La«' aS0Ut °,ne Ursula Channel,  Coast  District,  thence shoes, shoemaker's fittings   bread, meat.      Staked May 24, 1907.
ach to point of commencement   con? milieKaIe8ttha0nfaaCLn,ShNsn a1hain=b.°Th»na: east 40 ohains; thence 160 chains north; fish.   milk,   vegetables,  groceries,   feed,     No. 49,-Commencing at a post plant-
Bnine  160  acres   more  or  less scri.be„dv lhe.noe f?uth 80 chains; thence thence 40 chains west; thence 160 chains coal, drugs, etc., for the use of the said  ed   at   the   N.W.   corner   of   N.D.H.'s
%Tll 24   1907 ?asLl^ch.aJr8y«?^aTar-thtWaCahw«aS south to P0'nt of commencement. Institution,  from  the 1st of July next,  No 48; thence 160 chains north; thence
ARTHUR   SNIDER i?^S°J2«US?~f ilS'j? tr l™ e5?XHS^ No. 12.—Commencing at a stakeplant- to June 30th, 190S, will be received by  west 40 chains; thence south 160 chains;
tne 8           WW CLARKE Locator I S^tHftJ?h«in8,a?f=  JZll L°L^&g "' ed   on   the  south   side  of  Fisherman's the Honourable the Provincial Secretary  thence east 40 chains to point of com-
1                  "   W' ^LAttKj., Locator. nlng  being 640 acres  more or less. Cove, thence 80 chains east; thence 40 until    noon    on    Thursday,    tho    13th mencement,  containing 640 acres  more
lwvm„_ .   .      .       .       4.   4 ,„ , No. 15.—Commencing at a stake plant- chains   north;   thence  20  chains  west; proximo.                                                       or less.
|TOTICE is hereby given that 60 days ed on north shore of Koeye Lake  about thence 40 chains north; thence 80 chains List  of the articles  required  can  be      Staked May 24, 1907.
ler  date   I   intend   to   apply   to   the % mile from foot of lake where it emp- west; thence 40 chains south; thence 20 seen at this office and at the Hospital,      S_   nn   PnmmnnnlnB* at a nnat nlant
pet    Commissioner    of    Lands    and ties into the Koeye River; thence north chaln^ east; thence 40 chains south  to at which latter place samples can also  B„N2t   tha  N W    oS?ner  SfPN n H •«
fcrks  for permission  to  purchase the 80 chains   thence east 80 chains   thence Dolnt 0f commencement be   Inspected                                                   S?   *lt,.tl,1?   N.W.   corner  of  N.D.H. s
flowing  described   land,   situated   on south  SO chains  to shore line of said POn0  13—Commencing at a nost plant- All supplies  to  bo delivered  at  the No-  48; thence north 80 chains; thence
Lr^.nf.36  °f  P°rcher  ^^   at Ji^LlM Tn^L^^f -ffiiiSlSX "£* Bd •* the SSSJtSoJSb? JfVRob- Hospta! Without  extV charge"        ll>! ^ * »° •Jjg'ffi a'te tTpotot ofSom
land  Point: of said  lake to point of beginning, be- inS0n's Claim No.  10;  thence SO chains Two   sufficient   sureties   for   the   due S«na«m?nt   nnntalnlni (?*£ n%a«   S
Commencing at a post  on  the beach ing 640 acres, more or less. east; thence SO chains north; thence 80 fulfilment  of each  contract  will  bo re- SJ, ^2S?        containing 640  acres,  more
Irked Mrs. George Snider's S.W. cor-      Dated May 18, 1907.    „„.,__.__, chains west; thence 80 chains south to quired. Vtnln'd iiiv "4   1907
V; thence east 40 chains: thence north May 25                     E. R. CHANDLER. point of commencement. Tenders will not be considered unless Staked May 24, 1907.
Ibeach;  thence by beach to point of   Staked the flth day of May,  1907. made  out  on  the  forms  whicli  can  be No. 51—Commencing at a post plant-
himencement,    containing    160  acres,      NOTICE  is  hereby  given   that  sixty THEO.   F.   MYERS. obtained from thc Bursar of the Hospi- ed  at  the N.   W.   eorner of  N.D.H.'s
l.re or less. days   after  date  I  intend  to  apply  to ANDREW WRIGHT. tal or the undersigned. No.  60;  thonce north SO chains; thence
p      Micf nnnnnn 4-,-4-r the  Chief  Commissioner of  Lands  and Junel                  Charles Carlson, Agent. A. CAMPBELL REDDIE. east 80 chains; thenco south 80 chains;
MRS. GEORGE SNIDER, Works, Victoria, for permission to pur-     Deputy Provincial  Secretary, thonco west 80 chains to point of com-
ne s           W. W. CLARKE, Locator. chase  the following described lands: NOTICE Is herebv given  that thlrtv Provincial  Secretary's Office, May 16th, mencement.  containing 640 acres,  more
       Commencing at a post marked M. L. days  after  date  I   intend   to  apply  to 1907. Junel or less.
■JOTICE is hereby given that 60 days L.'s northwest corner post and situated the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands  Staked May 24,  1907.
ler   date   I   intend   to   apply   to   the at the southeast corner of what is known and Works for a special license to cut a  Mat ~WA\                                No. 52—Commencing at a post plant-
Tief    Commissioner    of    Lands    and as   Mission  Point  and   situated  at  the and  carry away  timber  from  the  foi- |PL jBB M                             ed   at   tho  N.W.   corner  of  N.D.H.'s
brks   for  permission   to   purchase   thc conflux   of   Bulkley   and   Skeena   rivers lowing  described   lands,   situate   in   Ru- 9^H_*»S_Bcg»                            No.   51:  thence   l» chains  north;  Ihence
|b-.'.-iii*.-   described   land,   situated   on -,|"1 '-■' the left   hand side of tbe Bulk- pert District: (VgritDKVyy easl   160 rlu  thc h  I" chnins;
Toless Bay on the wost side of For- ley river: tbence south forty chains; No. 1.—Commencing at a stake plant- jJT'ST^Si^X thenco west 160 chains to point of conifer Island: thenee east forty chains; thence north ed at tbo southwest corner of Pulp Ll- "*<"«^i■«»■?.-rr» moncoment. containing 640 acres, more
Commencing at a post marked James forty   chains   and    thence   west   forty mit 170; thence south 40 chains; thence PUBLIC SCHOOLS.                     or less.
lid's   N.E.   Corner;   thence   south   SO chains to point of commencement, con- east 160 chains: thence north 40 chains;   Staked May 24,  1907.
■tins; thence west to beach; thence fo1- taining one hundred and sixty acres, thence west 1(10 chains; along survey DESKS. No. 53—Commencing at a post plant-
ting beach to point of commencement, more  or  less. lino to place of commencement.                                                                                ed   at   thc   N.E.    corner   of   N.D.H.'s
■italning 160 acres, more or less.             Dated nt Hazelton. May 5th. 1907.              No. 2.—Commencing at a stake plant- SEALED     TENDERS.      superscribed  No.   51:   thenco  cast  SO  chains;   thenco
■Vprll 24,  1907. (Sgd)        M. L. LARKWORTHY, ed   40   chains   south   of  the   southwest "Tender for School  Desks." will  be re-  soutb SO chains; thence west 80 chains;
1         JAMES  AULD,                                                 Per W. J. LARKWORTHY, corner of Pulp Limit  170;  thence west oelved   by  tbe  undersigned   up  lo  June  Ihence north SO chains to point of combe 8           W. W. CLARKE, Locator. -Tune 1 Agent. SO chains; thence south SO chains; thence "th,  1907.  for supplying and delivering  mencement,  containing 640  acres,  more
  east  SO chains;  thence north  80 chains the   following   school   desks   ready   for  or less. ,
NOTICE Is hereby given that  thirty to place of commencement. shipment to places to be hereafter de-      Staked May 24. 1907.
signated, to the order of tho Department No.  54—Commencing nt a post plant-
at Vancouver or Victoria,  B.  C.,  on or ed   at   thc   N.E.   corner   of   N.D.H.'s
boforo  the   1st  August   next: No.   50;   thonce  enst   80   chains;   thence
...wi,,.-    ,,,",,*, -,,,„    -,,,,,,,,*,,   ,,,,                                                                                                                                                       DOUBLE DESKS. south SO chains: thence west 80 chains;
I island  nn  the west aide nfPnrahar lowing described  lands,  situated  In  the   north  SO chains;  thence west SO chains      Size No. 4       200 thenco nnrth SO chains to point of com-
Vnd   ahmit   2   miles^ nnrth   nf  Chria Alberni  Canal:                            ,                   to placo of commencement.                            Size   No.   3   150 mencement,  containing  6*10  acres,  more
S's' pre-emption   and   west   of  Isaac ,No*   1 A-,~C40m„nl,e.!cinS    at     a     post      No. 4.-Commenclng at a stake plant-      Size   No.   2   100 or loss.
hden and TTnnrv w»lto* planted   about    2 1-2   miles   up   Handy   ed   200   chnins   south   of  the   southwest                        DOUBLE REARS. Slaked  May 24,  1907.
lommencln?  at   n   nnat   nlantart   nn Creek, running north on the main creek  corner of Pulp Limit 170; thence north      Size   No.   4     12 No.  55—Commencing nt a post plant-
■ch   marked   Robert   Wnlrten-   thence 40 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence   SO chains; thence west SO chains; thenco      Size  No.   2     48 ed   nt   the   N.E.    corner   of   N.D.H.'s
■nine■ smith  sn chalna- ta irl n a ir, tho north 40 chains; thence east 40 chains:   south  SO chains;  thence east SO chains      Tbe  name of desk and  maker  to be No.   48;  thence cast  80 chains;  thence
fc e Island   and containing ?9n II. thence north 40 chains; thenco west 80   to  point of commencement.                        mentioned   In   tenders. snuth SO chains; thenco west SO chains;
14  or  less           containing a.u acres, chains:  thence south   SO  chains;   thence       No   5 _c0mmcnelrt'g at a stake plant-       No  tonder  will  bo  entertained   unless thence north  SO chnins to noint of com-
Im-ll  94   1907 east ■"> chains; thence south 40 chains;   „-,  .„'(, chains south nnd  80 ohaina went   accompanied  by an  accepted   cheque on mencement.   containing   610   acros   more
I        ROBERT  WALDEN t,le"ce eaS4l 40 chalns to Polnt of com-  of the south we?   corner of Pulp limit  a chartered bank of Canada, payable to or  less.
les          Ww CLARKE  locator menoement,                                                   ?T0i ■thencesoutt^ 8«I chains; thenee west  "« undersigned.  In thc amount of one Staked May 24. 1907.
1                "■ v- ilakkl,  Locatoi.          No   , A.—Commencing    at    a    point   ii  '  . aln?T-    thence    north    sn    chains-   hundred  and  fifty   (160)  dollars,  which No.  66—Commencing at a post plant-
,..,„, ~,      ~      ;         ..    .    ~ hon  the west    side    of    Alberni  Canal,   thence easl: SO chains  to noint nf JI    will be forfeited If thc party tendering cd   20   chains   north   of   the   I.   R.   at
[OTICE Is hereby given that 60 days about half way between Hays Mine and   „»„cement                                                      decline    to   enter   Into   contract    when the   bead   of   Thompson   Sound,   nt   tho
l-T elate I intend to apply to the Chief the Monitor Mine, about 11-2 miles up      „„   i '„       ,  „    ,        .  .       ,    ,    called   upon  to  do  so.  or  If  he  fall  to most   westerly   corner   nf   497;   thence
■lmlssloner of Lands and Works for a, small  creek,  running east  SO chains;     .No- »■—Commencing at a stake plant-  complete the contract.    Cheques of un- north   nbont   120   chains   to   N.D.H.'s
Tnisslon   to   purchase   the   following thence south SO chains; thence west SO   0fJ 200 chains south and SO chains west  sn(.,.nssfiil   tenderers   will   be   returned No  47;  thence east  nbout   in chains  to
bribed land, situated on Useless Bay cbalns; thence north SO chains to point   ?f the southwest corner of Pulp Limit  ,,.,nll algning of contract. N D If 'fl    Nn     14:    thence    snuth    40
lthe west coast of Porcher Tsland: of commencement.                                          J/0; thonce west 40 chains; thonce south      ,rh(. Department Is not bound to accept nholnn;  thence cast  nbout  20  cbalns to
Tommencing  at  a  post   marked  Am-      No.  3 A.—Commencing at. a point on   ,8,,™™si tbence east 40 chains; thence  ,*,„  ]oweg(  m.  -lnv  tender. 197; thence south 40 chains: thence west
ke Adams'N.E. Corner; thenee south the  west  side of Alberni  Canal,  about   north 100 chains to point of commence-                    F. C. GAMBLE. io    ehains;    ihence    soulh    40    chains;
Ichains;   along   Kay   McKay's   line; half wny between  Hays  Mine and  the   ment.                                                                              .              Public Works Engineer. Ihence west 40 chains In point nf com-
tioe west 20 chains; thence north to Monitor  Mine,   about  11-2   miles  un  a      No. 7.—Commencing at a stake plnnt-   Lands and Works Department, Victorin. mencement.  containing  640  ncres.   more
Tn; thence by beach to point of com- small   creek,   running  east   80   chains:   ed 200 chains south nnd SO chains west          R  C. May 2011., 1907.               Junel or loss
Icement,  containing 160 acres,  more thence north SO chains: thence west SO   of the southwest corner of Pulp Limit   :  Staked  May 24.  1907.
Jess. chains: thence south 80 chains to point   170; thence east 40 chnins; thence south      NOTICE  Is  hereby given  thnt  thlrtv NEWELL  DWIGHT  HILLIS.
|pril   23.   1907. of commencement.                                          160    chains;    thence    west    40    chains;  davs after date, we Intend  to apply t'o Timber Dealer.
AMBROSE   ADAMS.                              No. 4  A,—Commencing nt a point on   thence north 160 chains to point nf com-  the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands Per PERCY D. HILLIS. Agent.
• S   Per W. W. CLARICE, Locator. the   west   side   of   Alberni   Canal,   half   mencement.                                                     and Works for a special license to cut Juno  1 *5
THE WEEK, SATURD4VY JUNE 8, 1907
one mile from Township Line thirty-
two, at southwest corner ot Section
thirty-one, running 40 chains north;
thence 160 chains east; thence 40 ehains
south; thence 100 chains west to point
of commencement.
Staked March and, 1907.
THEODORE  F.  MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Claim No. 13.—Commencing at a post
on Township Line thirty-two, at the
northwest corner of Section thirty-five,
running 80 chains south; thence bo
chains east; thence 80 chains north;
thence 80 chains west to point ov commencement.
Staked 2nd March, 1907.
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Claim No. 14.—Commencing at a post
on Township Line thirty-two (3a), at
the northwest corner of Section 36, running 80 chains south; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains west to the point of commence-
THEODORE  F.   MYERS.
ANDREW WRIGHT.
May 11 Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Water
for a special licence to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands, situate on the left bank
of the Skeena River, about forty chains,
more or less, inland, and about one mlle,
more or less, below the Indian Village
of Old Kitzequekla, Skeena District,
British Columbia:—
Claim No. IA—Commencing at a post
marked "J. A. H., N. E.," and placed on
the left bank of a small creek which
flows into the Skeena River about one
mile, more or less, below Old Kitzequekla; thence astronomically south
eighty chains; thence astronomically
west eighty chains; thence astronomically north eighty chains; and thence
astronomically east eighty chains to
point of commencement, and containing
640 acres. J. A HICKEY.
March 20th, 1907. May 4.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands, situated on the
north shore of Cataract Lake, Clayoquot District:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north shore of the Lake, running east
160 chains; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 160 chains; thence south
40 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
E. E. ANDERSON,
May 18 J. C. Anderson, Agent.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands, situate on the
Sechart   Peninsula,   Clayoquot  District:
No. 7.—Commencing at a post planted
near the southeast corner of T. L. No.
4; thence running south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
May 18 J. W. BENSON.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands:—
Comemncing at a post planted at J.
A. Drinkwater's North-West corner of
lmiit No. 5, situated on a small lake
about two miles east of the head of
Great Central Lake, running North 150
chains; thence East 80 chains; therce
South 40 chains; thence West 40 chains;
thence East 80 chains; thence West 40
chains to point of commeneement, containing 640 acres, more or l^ss.
Staked this 4th day of M&v. 1907.
J. A. DRINKWVTER.
May 18	
NOTICE 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 follo-v-
ing described land situated on the nor\*i
end of Porcher Island, about two and a
half miles south of what is known as
Jap Inlet:
Commencing at a post marked William
Snider's N. W. corner; thence south 160
chains; thence east 40 chains; thence
north 160 chains; thence west 40 chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
W. C.  SNIDER.
Per W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
March 8, 1907. Apl. 6
NOTICE 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 on Porcher Island,
about one mile east of Refuge Bay:
Commencing at a post marked Mr.
Snider, Senior's N. E. corner; running
80 chains west; thence 80 chains south;
thence 80 chains east; thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
W. H. SNIDER, Senior.
Per W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
March 9, 1907. Apl. 6
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty
days after date I Intend to apply lo
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase lhe
following described land, situated In
the   Kltsumkaleen   Valley:—
Comemncing at a post planted 20
chains North of W. West's north-east
corner and marked H. A. S., S.W. corner post, running 40 chains North,
thence 40 chains South, thence 40 chains
West to point of commencement, containing 100 acres, more or less.
Located April 11, 1907.
HENRY A. STRIBLING, Locator.
F. A. BOHLER, Agent.
,Mayl8 	
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 Porcher Island, about two miles south of Jap Inlet:
Commencing at a post marked William
Johnson's N. W. corner post; thence
running 120 chains south; thence 40
chains east; thence 120 chains north;
thenco 40 chains west to point of commencement, containing 4 SO acres, more
or less.
WILLIAM  JOHNSON.
A. McKAY, Agent.
March 8, 1907. Apl. 6
NOTICE Is herehy given that 30 days
after date, we Intend to apply to the
Hon. thc Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for special licenses to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands In Rupert District:— „ ,
Claim No. 2.—Commencing at a post
at the southeast corner of Section 33,
Township 32; thence west SO chains:
thonce north 80 chains; thence east SO
chains; thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Claim No. 3.—Commencing at a post
at the northwest corner of Section 27,
Township 32; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thenee west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Claim No. 5.—Commencing at a post
at the southeast corner of Section 23,
Township 32; thence uorth 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Claim  No.  9.—Commencing at a post
on  the southeast corner of Section  25,
Township   32;   thence  east  160  chains;
thence   north   40   chains;   thence   west
160  chains;  thence  south   40  chains  to
point of commencement.
Staked 2nd day of March,  1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
May 25 Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
TIMBER LICENSES.
NOTICE ls hereby given that, 30 days
after date, we intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special lieence to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands, situated in Rupert District:—
Timber Claim No. 1.—Commencing at
a stake planted on the left side of the
head  of  Klaskish  Inlet   at   the  northwest  corner  of  S.  A.   Patterson's   preemption; thence 80 chains west; thence
SO chains south; thence 80 chains east;
thence 80 chains north, along salt water
lagoon, to the point of commencement.
Staked the 20th day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber Claim No. 2.—Commencing at
a stake  planted at the  northeast  corner of Claim No. 1, and northwest corner  of  S.  A.  Patterson's  pre-emption;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains;   thence west  80  chains;   thence
south   80  chains  along  Klaskish  River
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 20th day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber Claim No. 3.—Commencing at
a stake planted at the northwest corner   of   Claim   No.   2;   thence   west   80
chains;  thence south  80  chains;  thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 20th day of April, 190T.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber Claim No. 4.—Commencing at
at a stake planted at the southwest corner, one mile from S. A. Patterson's preemption; thence east 80 chains;  thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80, chains to the point of
commencement. '
Staked April  22nd,  1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber Claim No. 5.—Commencing at
a stake planted at the southwest corner   of   Claim   No.   4;   thence   west   80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence south  80 chains
to point  of commencement.
Staked the 22nd day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber Claim No. 6.—Commencing at
a stake planted at the  northwest corner,  four miles from  S.  A.  Patterson's
pre-emption;    thence    40    chains    east;
thence   160   chains    south;     thence   40
chains   west;   thence   160   chains   north
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 22nd day of Apirll, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
Timber Claim No. 7.—Commencing at
a stake planted at the  southeast corner, one mile from Claim No. 6; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains;  thence east 80
chains to the point of commencement.
Staked the 22nd day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent
Timber Claim No. 8.—Commencing at
a  stake planted at  the  northwest  corner   BOO  feet from stake of Claim No.
6;  thence south 40 chains;  thence east
160   chains;   thence   north   40   chains;
thence west 160 chains to the point of
commencement.
Staked the 22nd day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
Timber Claim No. 9.—Commencing at
a   stake   at   the  northeast   corner   of
Claim  No.   8;   thence  north   80  chains;
thence west 80 chains: thence south 80
chains;  thence  east  80  chains  to  the
point   of  commencement.
Staked the 22nd day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
Timber   Claim   No.   10.—Commencing
at a stake planted at the southeast corner  of  Claim  No.   9;   thence   south   40
chains; thence east 160 ehains; thence
north 40 chains; thence west 160 chains
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 23rd day of April. 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRTGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
Timber   Claim   No.   11.—Commencing
at a stake planted at the southeast corner  of  Claim  No.   9;   thence   north   80
chains;   thence  east   80   chains;   thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 23rd day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRTGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent,
Timber   Claim   No.   12.—Commencing
at a stake planted at the southeast corner  of  Claim  No.  11;   thence  north  40
chains;  thence east 160  chains:  thence
south 40 chains; thence west 160 chains
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 23rd dny of April. 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRTGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber   Claim   No.   13.—Commencing
at a stake planted at the northeast corner   of   Claim  No.   10;   thence   east   80
chains;  thence south  80 chains;  thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains
to the point of commencement.
Staked  the  23rd   day  of  April,   1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRTGHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber   Claim   No.   14,—Commencing
a.t a stake planted at the northeast corner  of Claim  No.  13:   thence  south  SO
chains:   therce  east   SO   chains:   thence
north  SO chains; thence west SO chains
tn the point of commencement.
Staked the 23rd day of April. 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRTCHT.
Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
Timber   Claim   No.   15.—Commencing
nt a  stake planted nt the N. E. corner
of Claim No. 1*1; thence east. 80 chains:
thence snuth   SO chains:  thence west SO
chains;   thence north   SO  chnins  to  the
point   of   commencement.
Staked the 23rd dav nf April. 1907.
THEODORE F.  MYERS,
ANDREW WRTGHT.
Frank G. Patterson. Agent.
'Timber Claim No. 16.—Commencing nt
a  stake  plnnted  nt   the  southeast  corner  nf Claim Nn.   12:  thence nnrth  40
cbnlns:  thence east  160 cbnlnsm thence
south 40 chains; thence west 160 chains
to the point of commencement.
Staked the 23rd day of April, 1907.
THEODORE F. MYERS,
ANDREW WRIGHT.
May 25 Frank G. Patterson, Agent.
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 the north
end of Porcher Island on the east side
of what is now known as Jap Inlet:
Commencing at a post marked Roy
MacGowan's N. W. corner; thence east
80 chains; thence south 40 chains;
thence west to beach, containing 320
acres, more or less.
ROY MACGOWAN.
Per W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
March 5, 1907. Apl. 6
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south shore of Island Bay, Works Channel, marked R. E. C.'s northeast corner,
thence south 20 chains; thence west
20 chains; thence south 20 chains;
thence west 20 chains, more or less, to
shore line; thence northerly and easterly
along the shore to point of commencement, containing 80 acres, more or less.
Port Simpson, B.C., May 7, 1907.
R. E.  CAMPBELL,  Locator.
May 18        T. H. WATSON, Agent.
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 license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands:—
1. Commencing at post planted at the
N. W. Corner of T. L. 7,902 at Canoe
Passage, Broughton Island; thence running south 40 chains; thence west 160
chains; thence north 40 chains; thence
east to place of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post planted on
the shore at Wells Pass, about two and
one-eighth miles from Compton Point,
or from the mouth of Drury Inlet,
marked "S. Ilsen. E. Whitney, J. Rotas, S. E. Corner"; thence running 80
chains north; thence 40 chains west;
thence 40 chains south; thence 80 chains
west; thence 40 chains south; thence
120 chains east to place of commencement.
Located  May  17th.
May 25
1907.
S. OLSEN.
E. WHITNEY.
J.  ROTAS.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
In the matter of an application for a
duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot
8, Block 2, of Sub-lot 71, Fernwood
Estate  (Map 420) Victoria City.
NOTICE is hereby given that it is my
intention at the expiration of one month
from   the   first   publication   hereof   to
issue a duplicate of the Certificate of
Title   to   above   land   issued   to   John
Margotitch  on the 20th day of April,
1894, and numbered 18012 C.
S. Y. WOOTTON,
, Registrar General.
Land   Registry   Office   Victoria,   B.   C,
this 15th day of May, 1907.
May 25
described lands, being in the Cowichan
Lake District, Vancouver Island:—
No. 1. Commencing at a point 20
chains South of the west branch of
Nixon Creek at Jhe Western Boundary
of T. L. 11,607, thence North along the
said boundary of 11,607, 80 chains;
thence West 80 chains; thence South
80 chains; thence East 80 chains to
place of commencement.
No. 2.—Commencing at the southwest
corner of application No. 1, thence
North 80 chains; thence West 80 chains;
thence South 80 chains; thence East 80
ohains to place of commencement.
(Signed) M. L. FOLEY.
Located March 11th,  1907.
Victoria, B. 0, May 15th,  1907.
June 1
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special license
to out and carry away timber from ihe
following described lands, situated on
Mackenzie Sound, Coast District, Range
1. Commencing at a post planted on
the north side of Keogh Lake, near the
head, thence North forty chains; thence
West ono hundred and sixty chains;
thence South forty chains; thence ICast
one hundred and sixty chains lo point
of commencement.
W. F. HUNTTING,
Per WILLIAM A. PETTIGREW.
May 13th, 1907. May 18
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 de
scribed land, situated at the head of Jap
Inlet on the north of Porcher Island:
Commencing at a post on the beach
marked David Leeming, thence South
40 chains; thenee East 80 chains; thence
North 80 chains; thence to nea.ch connecting with George Snider; thence following meandering of beach to point of
commencement. Containing 640 acres
more or less.
DAVID  LEEMING.
A. McKAY, Agent.
April 22nd, 1907. Mayl8
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days
after date I Intend to apply t othe Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase the following described land, situated on the West coast
of Porcher Island, about one mile north
of Chrlstman's pre-emption: Commencing at a post on the beach marked Isaac
Walden's N.W. corner, thence East 80
chains, thence South 80 chains, thence
West to beach, thence North alon,-;
beach to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
ISAAC YALDEN.
W. W. CLARK, Locator.
April 24th, 1907. Mayl8
fco. 5. Commencing at a post marked
E. R. C. No. 6, planted at the South
east corner of claim No. 4 above described, thence West 40 chains, thence
South 160 chains, thence East 40 chairs,
thence North 160 chains to place or
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
No. 6. Comemncing at a post marked
E. R. C. No. 6, planted at North West
col'ner of claim No. 5 as above described, thence West 80 chains, thence
.South 80 ehains, thence East 80 ehains,
thence North 80 chains to place of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less. ,
No. 7. Commencing at a post marked
woof" No-„ '• Planted at the North
SwLn0"?!"' of °£im No- G as above de-
North VcS„^£st 80 ehains, thenco
tl tn s„° ehains, thence East 80 ohains
thence South 80 chains to place of commencement, containing 640P acres, mo?e
Staked May 6th. 1907.
Dated, Vancouver May 9th, 1907
May 18    EUGENE   ■*•  CHANDLER.
B.C.
Timber Maps
of All Districts
VANCOUVER MAP and BLUE-PR1NT CO.
Suite 20-21 Crowe and Wilson
Chambers.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirtj
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 lands situated in Rupert District:—
No. 1. Commencing at a stake planted
"Friday Island" at the head of Klas-
kino Arm Inlet, thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to place
of commencement.
Staked  April  24.
AUG. G. DEHLIN,
HENRY   SHERBERY,   Agent.
No. 2.—Commencing at a stake planted at the southwest corner of Claim
No. 1; thence east 160 chains; thence
south 40 chains; thence west 160 chains;
thence north 40 chains to place of commencement.
Staked April 24.
AUG. G. DEHLIN.
PHIL.   NORDSTROM,   Agent.
May 25 	
NOTICE 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 the west
side of Porcher Island, about three
miles north of Chrlsman's pre-emption:
Commencing at a post marked James
Morrison's N.W. corner, thence East 80
chains, thence South 20 chains, thence
West to beach, along Mrs. W. W.
Clarke's line, thence following beach to
point of commencement, containing 160
acres, more or less.
JAMES MORRISON.
W. W. CLARKE, Locator.
April 24th, 1907. Mayl8
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 diys
after date I Intend to apply to tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase the following
described land, situate I nn the north
fore-shore of Porcher Island, at Island
Point: Comemncing at a post on the
beach marked Stanley Boys' N.W. corner, thence East 80 chains, along Mrs.
George Snlder's line, thenca South 20
chains, thence to beach, thence following beach to point of commencement,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
STANLEY BOYS.
A.  McKAY,  Locator.
April  23rd,  1907. Mayt8
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days
after date, we intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a special license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands, situated ln the Skeena District,
on the Portland Canal:
1. Commencing at a post planted about
half way between Stopford Point and
White Bluff and marked northwest corner; thence east 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post planted on
the shore about a mile and a half south
of Dickens Point and marked northwest
corner; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains along the shore
to point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted along
side of the northwest oorner of No. 2
and marked southwest corner; thence
east 40 chains; thence north 160 chains;
thence west 40 chains; thence south
along the shore 160 chains to point of
commencement.
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of No. 3 and marked
southwest corner; thence east 40 chains;
thence north 160 chains; thence w/sst 40
chains; thence south 160 chains along
the shore to point of commencement.
Staked April  22nd,  1907.
H. M. KEEFER.
J. D. MARTIN.
Mayll F.  M. WAKEFIELD.
affe?ZfiiS.nhtfel), given'that 30 days
nhi/f nil I,in,en>i to apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wnrl_«
for special license to cut and can-?
away   timber   from   the   following   i/1
ofrien?Jha,ndS- Si£uated oVt0he°K s?u?;I
0fN„0U,Bhborough  Inlet.  Coast District-1
BR   C  NbTffiJS JJ* I P08t marked!
£utof4oufe "Crfh ?f°- th7rNod
East corner of T L Nn «V .2. 1
So«th 40 chains, thence^st UQ chalna!
following the North boundaries of Mm J
tAtl S6e 2 J3H#«ffiiS
morCe0TieensCsement' c°ntaln<ng Were**
ENR c N°nmfmalc}nB, at4 *, P°st marke|
Weft CcorN„°er3ofancUP|1rt^ 1 '£? SSEl
nhiffil ti° cha'ns, thence West HI
chains, thence South 40 chains to nla'3
0morCeOITlenssement' conta">'"8 640° ££$
E NR°' r Mnmiemncine, at4 a -P°st marked
W«t °cortv V^laM 1 *£? M
NoXio-» ff ™* 8l«hains «ssa
iNortii so chains thence East 80 chaln-J
thence South 80 chains to place of com!
Sr leCsTent contalnl"e «0 a?res,  mo™f
E NR r MnmKemnSing 4 a P°3t markei
w«.; No- B and Planted at the Nortl
West corner of claim No. 3 as abov?
described, thence East 160 chafni
thence North 40 chains thence West g1
ofai^^hence S04uth 40 ohains to Placl
m„-»mm?ncement containing 640 acre!
more or less, \
F. NA°" p S°m?mno,lng, at a post markei
ta. A. C. No. 6 and planted 40 chains tl
nfene,»^0f^he 5rortn West comer posl
of  claim    No.   4   as    above  describe*
cte WtnSt 40 cJains' thence North lei
&fcWp aVo%m»
Tt^My^ liti™' mor°emo7,neCsl
FNr ' p gomomncing at a post markei
fe.f nn No' 7 ,and, P'anted at the Soutl
East  corner of  claim  No.  6  as  abovl
NoSrthbed1'^hen<le ,East t° ohalns- thenci
£-th .I60 ohains, thence West 4I
chains, thence South 160 chains to placl
of commencement, containing 640 acre!
more or less. •
No. 8. Comemncing at a post marke
' 4R- _,C-44.Noi.8 and Planted 40 chairi
east of the North-West corner postl
w^? A 5, as 4?_bove described then*
fw- "w0"?-1??' thence North 160 chain!
thence East 40 chains, thence South 1(1
chains to place of commencement, -^of
taining 640 acres, more or less. J
■p Nn- p- Comemncing at a post markJ
E. R. C. No. 9 planted at the South Eil
corner of claim No. 8 as above di
scribed, thence East 40 chains, then!
North 160 chains, thence West I
chains, thence South 160 chains to plal
of commencement, containing 640 acrl
more or less. I
No. 10. Comemncing at a post markl
E. R. C. No. 10, and planted about f
chains north from the South East cti
per of claim No. 9 as above describl
thence East 40 chains, thence North ll
chains, thence West 40 chains, thenl
South 160 chains to place of comment!
ment, containing 640 acres more or lei
Staked May 3rd, 1907. '
Dated Vancouver, May 9th, 1907.    1
EUGENE   R.  CHANDLBRJ
Mayl8 "
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: Commencing
at a post planted on the north bank of
Skeena River and near the mouth of
the Zymaquotitz River, and marked Elof
Olson's Southwest Corner; thence north
80 chains; thence east 40 chains; thence
south 80 chains, more or less, to bank
of Skeena River to point of commencement, containing 320 acres, more or less.
ELOF OLSON, Locator.
J. E. BATEMAN, Agent.
March 2nd, 1907. April 13
LARD  PURCHASE
NOTICE is 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, situated In
Cassiar District, about 12 miles east of
Hazelton, viz.: Starting from a post
A. E. C N. E .p.laced at the S. E. corner post of Lot 363 and thence Ash.
South 20 chains; thence Ast. Wost 20
chains; thence Ast. North 20 chains to
South Boundary of said Lot 363, and
thence Ast. East to point of commencement, and containing 40 acres.
A.  E.  CHARLESON.
February 20,  1907. April 13
NOTICE is heroby given that thirty
(30) days after date I Intend to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry aawy timber from the following
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30 dnys
after date. I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for special llconse to cut and
carry away timber from tho following
described lands, situate on the North
West side of Heyden Lake, Coast District, as follows:—     ,
No. 1. Comemncing at a post marked
E. R. C. No. 1 and planted about 10
chains South of the South-West cornor
of the W. & E. No. 93 timber limit and
near the shore of the lake, thence We3t
80 chains, thence South 120 chains,
thence East 20 chains to lake, thenco
along the shore of lake to place of
commencement, and containing 640 acres
of land, more or less.
No. 2. Comemncing at a post marked
E. R. C. No. 2 planted at the Nortli
East corner of claim No. 1, as above
described, thence West 40 chains, thence
North 160 chains, thence East 40 chains,
thence South along the West boundary
of Timber Limit W. & E. No. 93 to
place of commencement, and containing
640 acres more or less.
No. 3. Comemncing at a post marked
E. R. C. No. 3, planted at the Nnrth
West corner of claim No. 1. as above
described, thence Enst 40 chains to west
40 chains, thence Routh 160 chains tn
place of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less.
No. 4. Comemncing at a post marked
E. R. C. No. 4. planted at the South
boundarv of claim No. 2 of above,
thence North 160 chains, thence West
west corner of claim No. 3. as above
described, thence North 160 chains,
tbence West 40 chains, thence South J60
chains, thence East 40 chains to place
of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 del
after  date,  I  intend  to  apply  to
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
Works for a special license to cut
carry away timber from the followll
described   lands,   situated   on   Kildal
River, Rivers Inlet:—
No. 1.—Commencing at a post plal
ed about three and one-half miles I
the river, being the south-east cornl
thence west 80 chains; thence north [
chains; thence east 80 chains; therl
south 80 chains to point of commenl
ment.
No. 2.—Commencing at a post plal
ed on the southeast corner on west bar
of river about 10 chains north and?
chains east from north boundary L
No. 1; thence north 80 chains; thei!
west 80 chains; thence south SO chaif
thence east 80 chains to point of cof
mencement. ,
No. 3.—Commencing at a post plal
ed about five chains north of Elf
Creek, being the northwest cornl
thence south 40 chains; east 160 chai|
north 40 chains west; 160 chains f
point of commencement.
No. 4.—Commencing at a post plal
ed at the same point as No. 3;  thef
north 40 chains; thence east 160 chaif
thonce south 40 chains; thence west
chains to point of commencement.
No. 5. Comemncing at a post planl
on the bank of the river at the Soiif
west corner of No. 3, thence Northl
chains; thence East 40 chains; thel
North 40 chains; thence West SO dial]
thence South 120 chains; thence E|
40 chains to place of commencemenf
No. 6.—Commencing at a post planf
on west bank of river 30 chains nol
of north boundary of No. 5; thel
north 60 chains; thence west 80 chaif
thence south 80 chains; thence eastl
chains; thence north 20 chains to pa
of  commencement. 1
Mayll GEORGE YOUNG, T.*o*-a|
NOTICE is hereby given that thi
days after date I Intend to applyl
the Hon. tbe Chief Commissioner,!
Lands and Works for a special lice|
to cut and carry away timber fromf
following described lands, situate
Rupert District:
Commencing at a post plantedl
chains east and 80 chains snuth of,"
southeast corner of Lot 170; thfl
east 80 chains; thence south SO chai
thence west 80 chains; thence northl
chnins  to  place  of  commencement.
Staked May 18, 1907.
June 1 V. E. WALTMAtl THE WEEK, SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1907.
H
INOTICE 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, situated on Nitnat Lake,
in the Renfrew District:—
No. 18.—Commencing at a post on
the lake shore, north of the N. E. corner of the Dubar Reserve; thence east
160 chains, south 40 chains; west 160
chains; thence north 40 chains to point
of commencement.
No. 19—Commencing at the same point
as No. 18; thence east 160 chains; thence
north 40 chains; thence west to lake
shore; thence following lake shore to
point of commencement.
No. 20.—Commencing at a post at
the N. W. corner of No. 19; thence east
160 chains; north 40 chains; thence west
to lake shore; thence following lake
shore to point of commencement.
No. 21.—Commencing at a post planted about 40 chains east of the S. E.
corner of No. 19; thence east SO chains;
north 80 chains; west 80 chains and
south 80 chains to point of commencement.
No. 22.—Commencing at a post planted at the N. W. corner of Timber Licence 12,629, Barclay District; thence
north 40 chains; thence east 160 chains;
thence south 40 chains; thence west 160
chains to point of commencement.
No. 23.—Commencing at a post planted at the N. W. corner of Timber License 12,629; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 1G0 chains; thence south 40
chains; thence east 160 chains to poinl.
of commencement.
May 25 EDWD. E. HARDWICK.
INOTICE  is  hereby  given  that,  sixty
days  after  date,  I  intend  to  apply  to
the  Chief  Commissioner of  Lands  and
Works for permission to lease the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
least  side of Kumealon Inlet,  about  18
■miles   from  the  mouth   of   the   Skeena
■River and marked  C.  T.'s  N.  W.  Cdr-
1-ner,   running   east   80   chains;   thence
[south 40 chains; thenee west 80 chains;
whence north 40 chains to point of com-
Jmencement,  containing 320 acres,  more
lor less.
Located May 8th, 1907.
May 25 C, TAKADA. Locator.
NOTICE is hereby given that, sixty
idays after date, I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
■Works for permission to lease the fol-
llowing described land, situated near
[Kumealon Inlet, and about 18 miles
Krom the mouth of the Skeena River:
Commencink at a post planted 20
fchains south from C. Takada's N. E.
fcorner and marked G. B. W.'s N. W.
[corner, running east 80 chains; thence
(south 40 chains; thence west 80 chains;
Ithence north 40 chains to point of commencement,  containing 320 acres,  more
Located  7th  May,  1907.
GORDON B. WADHAMS,
flay 25 Locator.
j NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty
■days after date we intend to apply to
■the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a special license to cut
fend carry away timber from the following described land, situated about
■fifteen miles from the mouth of the
■Hoestall River on the right limit, on
■Big Falls Creek, about six miles above
lthe Falls:
1. Beginning at a post marked
■"Johnston and Sloan's Southwest cor-
■ner," and running north forty chains;
■thence east one hundred and sixty
Ichains; thence south forty chains; thence
■west one hundred and sixty chains to
(place of commencement, containing six
nundred and forty acres   more or less.
May 7th, 1907.
 J. G.  JOHNSTON.
: NOTICB is hereby given that thirty
Kays after date I intend to apply to
■the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special license
to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands, situate in
the Rupert District: ,
Commencing at a post planted 20
mains west of the westerly middle post
)f Lot 174; thence north 80 chains;
-hence west 80 chains; thence south
iO chains; thence east 80 chains to place
>f commencement.
Staked May  20, 1907.
Tunel W.  G. BUSCHO.
NOTICE Is hereby given that, thirty
lays after date, we intend to apply to
:he Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
md Work3 for a special licence to cut
ind carry away timber from the fol-
owing described land, situated about
ifteen miles from the mouth of the
Socstall River on the right limit, on
3ig Falls Creek, about three miles above
;he Falls:—
4. Beginning at a post marked
Tohnston and Sloan's S. E. Corner, and
•unning west SO chains, thence north 80
:hains; thence east 80 chains; thence
louth SO chains to place of commence-
nent, containing 640 acres, more or less.
May 7th, 1907.
_ J.  G.  JOHNSTON.
|jay25 J. J. SLOAN.
II NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty
lays after date, we intend to apply to
he Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
tnd Works for a special license to cut
md carry away timber from the follow-
ng described land, situated about ilf-
een miles from the mouth of the Hoc-
itall River, on the right limit on Big
i-alls Creek about one mile above Falls:
5. Beginning at a post planted on the
ight bank of creek and marked Johnston
,nd Sloan's Post, and running north 50
hains; thence east 80 chains; thence
outh 80 chains; thence 80 chains; theuce
orth 30 chains to place of commence-
nent, containing 640 acres, more or less.
May 7th, 1907,
J.  G.  JOHNSTON,
ttay 25 .T. ,T. SLOAN.
J. J. SLOAN.
NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty
lays after date, I intend to apply to
he Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
;nd Works for a special licence to cut
,nd carry away timber from the fol-
owlng  described  lands:
No. 1.—Commencing at the section
orners of 5 and 6, township 2, witness
rees inarked B. T. 26, B. T. 28, B. T.
7, B. T. 67, post marked s. B., and S.
'. I., from there I ran east to the quar-
er post, witness trees marked B. T. 21,
1. T. 13, B. T. 42; from there I ran
outh 20 chains; and planted a post
larked the northwest corner of Claim
To. 1 J. N. Britten; thence south 80
hains? thence east 80 chains; thence
orth SO chains; thence west 80 chains,
o place of commencement.
No. 2.—Planted post at the southeast
orner of Claim No. 1, marked J. N.
Iritten; thence west 80 chains; thence
outh SO chains; thence east 80 chains;
hence north 80 chains to place of com-
nencement.
It No. 3.—Planted a post at the southeast corner of Claim No. 2, marked J.
I. Britten; thence west SO chains; thence
outh SO chains; thence east SO chains;
hence north 80 chains, to place of com-
nencement.
No. 4.—Planted a post at the north-
ast corner of Claim No. 3, marked J.
1. Britten; thence north 80 chains;
hence east 80 chains; thence south 80
hains; thence west 80 chains, to place
f beginning.
No. 5.—Planted a post at the northeast corner of Claim No. 2, marked J.
N. Britten; thence north 80 chains;
thence east SO chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west SO chains, to place
of beginning.
Staked May 12th, Renfrew District.
Located by EDWARD HENDERSON.
May 25 J. N. BRITTEN.
NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty
days after date I intend to aply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following lands, situated in Barclay District:
No. 1.—Commencing at an Indian Reservation post standing on the north
side of Nitnat River, marked "Indian,"
witness tree marked B. T. 17i/iL, witness tree marked B. T. L. H.; from there
I ran north 60 chains, and planted a
post marked J. N. Britten's Southwest
corner of Claim No. 1; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains,
to  place  of   commencement.
No. 2.—Commencing at the southwest
corner of Claim No. 1, thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,
to place of commencement.
No. 4.—Commencing at the northeast
corner of Claim No. 2; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,
to place of commencement.
No. 3.—Commencing at the southeast
corner of Claim No. 4; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains,
to place of commencement.
No. 6.—Commencing at the northwest
corner of Claim No. 3; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains
to place of commencement.
No. 6.—Commencing at the northeast
corner of Claim No. 4; thence north 80
chains; thenee west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
to place of commencement.
No. 8.—Commencing at the northeast
corner of Claim No. 6; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains
to place of commencement.
No. 7.—Commencing at the northwest
corner of Claim No. 6; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south SO chains; thence west 80 chains
to  place  of beginning.
Staked May 12th.
Located by
EDWARD  HENDERSON,
For Agent.
May 25 J. N. BRITTEN.
LAND NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that, sixty
days after date, I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the Coast
District:
1. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Section 9, Township 1, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
east eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement and being section 9 of
said survey.
Dated April 12th, 1907.
G. P. MYERS, Locator.
2. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 8, Township 1, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thenc e east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement and being section 8 of
said survey.
Dated April  12,  1907.
J.  H.  PRICE.  Locator.
3. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Section 7, Township 1, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
east eightv chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 7 nf
said survey. Dated April 12, 1907.
E. L. PARNEY, Locator.
■t. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 6, Township 1, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
east eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains:
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 6 of
said survey.
Dated April 12, 1907.
J. MAXWELL, Locator.
5. Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 5, Township 1, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 5 of
said survey.
Dated April 12   1907.
M. M.' COMFORT, Locator.
6. Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 4, Township I, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
east eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains:
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, being Section 4 of said
survey.
Dated April 12th. 1907.
G.  SHEPHERD. Locator.
7. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 24,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; ihence east eighty chains,
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 24 of
said survey.
A. E. MAXWELL, Locator.
8. Commencing at a post planted at
the Northeast corner of Section 13,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 13 of
said survey.
Dated April 13, 1907.
W. T. COLLINS, Locator.
9. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 12,
Township 2, Range 4. Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence nnrth
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains:
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 12 of
said survey.
R.  WARDELL,  Locator.
April 13th,  1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 11.
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survev;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains:
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 11 of
said survey.
Dated April 13th, 1907.
E. M. CROSS, Locator.
11. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 10,
Township 2, Range 4. Poudrior Survev;
thence west eighty chains; thonce north
olghty chains; thence east eighty chains:
thence south eighty chains tn place of
commencement, and being Section 10
of said  survev.
Dated April 13th. 1107.
A. N. C. BLACK, Locator.
12. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 9, Town-
shin 2. Range 4. Poudrier Survev; thence
west eightv chains; thence north eightv
chains: thence east eightv chains':
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 9 of
said survev.
Dated April 13th. 1907.
F. DOGGETT,  Locator.
13. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 3, Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey, thence
west eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, and being Section 3 of
said survey.
Dated April 13th, 1907.
E. E. BOUGHNER, Locator.
14. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 2, Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 2 of
said survey.
Dated April 13th, 1907.
C.  B.  PRICE,  Locator.
15. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 1, Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 1 of
said survey.
Dated April 13th, 1907.
S. REYNOLDS, Locator.
16. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 14,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 14 of
said survey.
Dated  April  14th,   1907.
E. M. MAXWELL, Locator.
17. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 15,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey,
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains, to place of
commencement, and being Section 15 of
said survey.
Dated April 14th, 1907.
M.  BLACK,  Locator.
18. Commencing at a posi planted at
the southeast corner of Section 23,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey,
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 23 of
said survey.
Dated April 14th, 1907.
D. J. LEWIS, Locator.
19. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 16,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey,
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement and being section 16 of
said  survey.
Dated April 14th. 1907.
R. CROSS, Locator.
20. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 20,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; .thence norih
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 20 of
said survey.
Dated April 15th, 1907.
W.   CROSS,   Locator.
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21. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast comer of Section 17,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 17 of
said survey.
Dated April 15th, 1907.
C.   O'NEIL,  Locator.
22. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 22,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 22 of
said survey.
Dated April 16th, 1907.
L. E. TATE, Locator.
23. Commencing at a post planted at
the Southeast corner of Section 21,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence norih
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement and being section 21 of
said survey.
Dated April 16th, 1907.
L. S. SMITH, Locator.
24. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 19,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survey,
thence west eighty chains; thence norih
eighty chains; tiience east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 19 of
said survey.
Dated April 16th, 1907.
E. J. BLACK, Locator.
25. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 18,
Township 2, Range 4, Poudrier Survev;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, and being Section 18 of
said survey.
G. C. BEGG, Locator.
26. Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 26,
Township 6, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence south eighty chains; thence cast
eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being Section 26 of said survey.
Dated April 19th, 1907.
A. MARGETTS, Locator.
27. Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 27,
Township 6. Range 4. Poudrier Survey,
thence south eighty chains; tbence east
eighty chains, thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains to
place nf commencement, and being Section 27 of said purvey.
Dated April 19th.  1907.
J.   GOODING.   Locator.
28. Commencing at a pnst planted at
the northwest corner nf Section 2S,
Township 6. Range 4. Poudrier Survey:
thence snuth eightv chains: thence cast
eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west olghty chains to
place nf commencement, and being Section 28 of said survey.
Dated April 19th. 1907.
H. A. GOODING. Locator.
29. Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 29,
Township 6. Range •!. Poudrlpr Survey;
thence south eighty chains: thenco cast
o'ghtv chains; thonce north olghtv
cbnlns: thence wnst eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section   29  of said  survey.
Dated   April   19th.   1907.
f>. H.  GOODING, Locator.
50. Commencing at  a post nlantcd  at
tbe    northwest    corner    of Section  30.
Township 6, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence south eighty chains; thence east
eighty chains; thenee north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being Section 30 of said survey.
Dated April 19th, 1907.
N. C. DICKSON, Locator.
31. Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 36,
Township 5, Range 4, Poudrier Surv
thence east eighty chains; thence sol
eighty chains; thence west eigh .
chains; thence north eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section  36  of  said  survey.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
A.  BETTSCHEN,  Locator.
32. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 35,
Township 5, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence north eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being sec-
35 of said survey.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
L. BETTSCHEN, Locator.
33. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 34,
Township 5, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 34 of
said survey.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
H.  BOULDING,  Locator.
34. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 33,
Township 5. Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 33 of
said survey.
Dated  April   20th,   1907.
E. H. PATMORE, Locator.
35. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Section 1,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence east eighty chains; thence norih
eighty chains; thence west eighty
chains; thence south eighty chains io
place of commencement, and being Section 1 of said survey.
Dated April 20th,  1907.
D. L. BETTSCHEN, Locator.
36. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 2, Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains te place of
commencement, and being Section 2 of
said  survey.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
J.  BETTSCHEN, Locator.
37. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 3, Township 4. Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 3 of
said survey.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
E. PATMORE, Locator.
38. Commencing at a post planted et
the southeast corner of Section 4, Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 4 of
said survey.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
H. PATMORE, Locator.
39. Comenclng at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 32,
Township 5, Range 4, Poudrior Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thenco east olghty
chains; thence north eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being Section 32 of said survey.
Dated  April   21st,   1907.
G. W. PATMORE, Locator.
40. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 31,
Township 5. Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 31 of
said survey.
Dated  April   21st,   1907.
C.  KERSHAW,  Locator.
41. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 5, Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence norih eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 5 of
said survey.
Dated April 21st, 1907.
E. PATMORE, Locator.
42. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 6, Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 6 of
said  survey.
Dated  April   21st,   1907.
E. E. PATMORE, Locator.
43. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 7, Township 4 Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence cast eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 7 of
said survey.
Dated   April   22nd,   1907.
A. W.  SMITH, Locator.
44. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of section 8, Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence east olghty chains:
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 8 of
said survey.
Dated April 22nd, 1907.
W. J. ATCHISON, Locator.
45. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast cornor of section 9, Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey; thence
west eighty chains; thenco south eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence nnrth eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 9 of
said  survey.
Dated April 22nd, 1907.
F. C. MALPAS, Locator.
46. Commencing nt a post planted at
the northwest corner of Section 10,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thenco south eighty chains; thence cast
eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section 10 of said survev.
G. ERICKSON,  Locator.
April  22th,  1907.
47. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 16.
Township 4, Range 4. Poudrier Survey;
tbence wost eighty chains; thence norih
eightv chains; thence cast eighty chains:
thonce snuth eighty chains lo place of
commencement and being section 16 of
said  survey.
Dated  April  22nd.  1907.
WILLIAM ROLLINS, Locator.
48. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 17,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrior Purvey:
Ihence west eightv chains; thenco north
eightv olinins; thence east eighty
cbalns: thence south eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section  17 nf snld  survey.
Dated April  22nd.  1907.
W.   A.   ROLLINS.   Locator.
49. Commencing at a post planted nt
Iho northeast corner of Section 19.
Township 4. Pange 4. Poudrier Survev;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains;   thence   north   eighty   chains   to
place of commencement  and being section  19  of said  survey!
Dated April 22nd, 1907.
FRANK DICKENSON, Locator.
50. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 18
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thenee east eighty
chains; thence south eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section 18 of said survey.
Dated April  22nd,  1907.
L. L. SMITH, Locator.
51. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 20;
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place or
commencement, and being section 20 of
said survey.
Dated April 23rd, 1907.
WM. SMALL, Locator.
52. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 21,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being Section 21 of
said survey.
Dated April 23rd, 1907.
WELLINGTON ROLLINS  Locator.
53. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 28,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence south eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section 28 of said survey.
Dated April 23rd, 1907.
ELIZA CAVEN, Locator.
54. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 29,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence wost eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence south eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section 29, of said survey.
Dated April 23rd, 1907.
ALFRED TERRILL, Locator.
55. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 30,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence south eighty chains to
place of commencement and being section 30 of said survey.'
Dated April 23rd, 1907.
F. W.  FICKEISEN,  Locator.
56. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 35,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence north eighty chains, to
place of commencement, and being section  35 of said survey.
Dated April 24th, 1907.
V. BAMFORD, Locator.
57. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 34,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence north Ighty chains to
place of commencement, and being sec-
iion 34 of said survey.
Dated April 24th, 1907.
D. C. PATMORE, Locator.
58. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 33,
Township 4 Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence north eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section 33 of said survey.
Dated April 24th, 1907.
R. NORRIS, Locator.
59. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 32,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence north eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being section  32 of said survey.
Dated April 24th, 1907.
JOE BAMFORD, Locator.
60. Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Section 31,
Township 4, Range 4, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence south
eighty chains; thence east eighty
chains; thence north eighty chains to
place of commencement, and being sec-
31  of said survey.
Dated April  24th, 1907.
JAMES BAMFORD, Locator.
61. Commencing at a post planted at
tho southeast corner of Section 6,
Township 13 Range 5, Poudrier Survey;
thonce west eighty chains; thence north
olghty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 6 of
said survey.
Dated April 24th, 1907.
JOHN BAMFORD, Locator.
62. Commonclng at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 5,
Township 13, Range 5. Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 5 of
said survey.
Dated April 24th. 1907.
M. BAMFORD, Locator.
63. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 4,
Township 13, Range 5, Poudrier Survey;
ihence west eighty chains; thence norih
eighty chains; thence east eighty chains;
thenco south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 4 of
said  survey.
Dated April 24th,  1907.
M. NORRIS, Locator.
64. Commencing at a post planted at
tho southeast corner of Section 3,
Township 13, Range 5 Poudrier Survey;
thenco west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thonco east eighty chains;
thence south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 3 of
said survey.
Dated April 24th. 1907.
C. PATMORE, Locator.
65. Commencing at a post planted at
tho southeast corner of Section 2,
Township 13, Range 5, Poudrior Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thenco north
eighty chains; thonco east eighty chains;
thenco south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 2 of
said survey.
Dated   April   24th.   1907.
J. C. PATMORE, Locator.
66. Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Section 1,
Township 13, Range 5, Poudrier Survey;
thence west eighty chains; thence north
eighty chains; thence cast eighty chains;
thonco south eighty chains to place of
commencement, and being section 1 of
said survey.
Dnted April 24th, 1907.
May 25 J.  BAMFORD,  Locator.
NOTICE Is hereby given that. 60 days
after date I Intend to apply to tlie
Hiiof Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase tho
following described land, situated In tlie
Kltsumgalum  Valley:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N. W. corner of Newmann's pre-emption marked W. T. K.'s S. E. corner;
thence west 30 chains more nr less, to
Shannon's timber claim, thenee north
100 chains; thence cast .10 chains, more
or less; thonco south 100 chains, lo
point of commencement, containing 320
acres,  more or less.
April   10th    1907.
W.  T.   KRRCIIN,
May 25 F.  W.  BOHLER,  Agent. i6
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0 What She Wanted to Say.
"John, the cook has left "
"Now, Gwendolyn, is it right to
meet me with such news when I return home late from the office all
tired out and hungry "
"But, John, dear, I merely want to
say the cook has left "
"Yes, I know you 'merely want to
say.' And I merely want to say that
it's a great shame that this household
is eternally disorganized. Other
women manage to keep their servants.
Why can't you?   Why "
"John Smith, I tell you that the
cook knew you would be late, so she
left a cold chicken, a custard pudding, and a pint of claret on the dining-room table for you."
"Well, Gwendolyn, why in the name
of common intelligence didn't you say
that at first?"
A Frame.
Artist: "I want to get a frame for
a rather important picture I've just
finished."
Picture Dealer: "Certainly, sir.
For your own use "
Artist: "No, I'm sending it to the
exhibition."
Picture Dealer: "Just step this way.
I've the very thing. There! You see,
the design of the frame is a nymph
on each side! Absolutely excludes all
danger of having the picture hung
upside down."
Intelligent Anticipation.
Solly: "Thought-reader, are you?
Veil, tell me vat I'm thinking about."
Thought-Reader: "You're thinking
of opening a little shop, stocking it
with second-hand goods, having a fire,
and drawing the insurance money."
Solly: "No, I vasn't; but it's a good
idea.   'Ave a thigar."
How Hiawatha Looked.
A teacher in the public schools of
one of our Western cities was telling
the story of Hiawatha to a class in
the First Grade. She described the
appearance of the Indian, saying that
his skin was copper-colored—that is,
like a copper cent. The following day
she asked the class if anyone could
recite the story. One bright little
fellow held up his hand. "Very well,
George, you may tell the class what
you know about Hiawatha." He gave
a fine reproduction of the story, and
his teacher said, "You did very well,
George, but you forgot to tell us the
color of his skin." Instantly his hand
went up again, as he said, "Oh, yes'm,
I know; he looked like thirty cents."
The Cosy Corner Tea Rooms have
caught on, and the elite of Victoria
appreciate the light, artistic, cool comfort which they afford, for luncheon
and tea; this is now the choice
rendezvous. The orchestra is also a
great attraction.
Irish Stew.
An Englishman, an Irishman and
a Scotchman were one day arguing as
to which of the three countries possessed the fastest trains.
"Well," said the Englishman, "I've
been in one of our trains, and the
telegraph-poles have been like a
hedge."
"I've seen the milestones appear
like tombstones," said the Scot.
"Be jabers!" said Pat, "I was one
day in a train in my counthry, and
we assed a field of turnips and a field
of carrots, also a field of cabbage and
parsley, then a pond of water, ane!
we wcre going that quick that I
thought it was broth!"
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Edison
Phonograph
If you but knew the pleasure you would find in an Edison
Phonograph, you would not put off a day longer to secure this
versatile entertainer. No other form of entertainment requires
so little expense, so little trouble and so little skill as the real
entertainment furnished by the Edison Phonograph. You have
nothing to do but slip in a Record and then listen. You have the
choice of every kind of music; it is suited to all minds and to all
states of minds. Grave, classic, amusing, funny, ridiculous, sentimental—all come from the same Phonograph, merely by changing
the Record. We have a splendid stock of Edison Phonographs
ranging in price from $15 up. We invite you to call in and listen
to this marvellous entertainer.
Keep posted on the new Records for the Edison Phonograph
as well as the old. Wc have them all and should like you to hear
for yourself all the new June records.
FLETCHER  BROS.
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Fiction Stranger Than Truth.
A magazine editor was talking about
W. W. Jacobs, the famous humorist.
"He is a quiet, modest chap. When
I praised his wonderful skill in writing of short stories, he said that it
was only their surprizes that made
his stories take. Then, to illustrate
what he meant, he told me a story
wherein the surprizes came fast and
furious.
"He said that a lawyer, defending
a man accused of housebreaking,
spoke like this:
" Your honor, I submit that my
client did not break into the house
at all. He found the window open
and merely inserted his right arm and
removed a few trifling articles. Now,
my client's arm is not himself, and
I fail to see why you punish the
whole individual for an offence committed by only one of his limbs.'
" That argument,' said the judge, 'is
very well put. Following it logically,
I sentence the defendant's arm to one
year's imprisonment. He can accompany it or not, as he chooses.'
"The defendant smiled, and with his
lawyer's assistance unscrewed his cork
arm and leaving it on the dock, walked out.
Clever Finance.
"Remember," said Mr. Bumblebee
to his wife, who was about to buy a
new gown, "it is not to cost more
than ten pounds. Now, can you get
a good dress for that price?"
Mrs. Bumblebee nooded her head
emphatically. "Of course I can,
Josiah."
"Very well, then, it is a bargain,"
said her husband, sternly, for he had
had some previous experience of feminine bills. "Ten pounds—not a penny
more. And," he added, in a lower
tone, "I don't care how much less it
costs."
A month later, with a red face and
a piercing eye, he approached his wife.
In his hand he flourished a bill.
"What is the meaning of this?" he
demanded. "Twelve pounds ten, and
you solemnly promised to keep within the ten pounds we agreed to."
Mrs. Bumblebee met his indignant
glance with  smiling unconcern.
"It's all right, dear," she assured
him; "I was able to do that from
what you told me."
"From what I told you?" roared
her exasperated spouse.
"Yes; don't you see, I found a dress
that had been marked down from
twelve pounds ten shillings to ten
pounds, which is what you allowed
me to spend."
"Well?"
"Why, that meant that I saved two
pounds ten. So I—I spent the two
pounds ten on a hat—which I had a
perfect right to do."
And then, patting him on the cheek-
in a coaxing manner, she added:—
"There, you see, with all your business talent you men don't know so
much as a woman."
And Bumblebee, with a groan, admitted that this was true.
Safety in Custom.
Mistress (to servant who comes
down very late in the morning):
Doesn't that alarm-clock I gave you
wake you up in the mornings, Jane?
Jane: Oh, no, mum, not now, thank
you; it worried mc at first, 'm, but
I've got used to it.
Magistrate: "Stay! I cannot allow
you to address the Bench in this familiar manner."
Prisoner: "Beg your honour's pardon, but you and me has met so often,  we seems like old  friends."
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