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Princeton coai is i king •:' 800,000,000 tons of it.
Lift, love and keep sweet: Motto for 1910.
'Everything: points to Princeton being a divisional and,,junction terminus of the V., V. &E.; it-is the natural converging centre for
;'af rivers, roads and trails and Its location is admittedly the choicest in the Similkameen Valley as a distributing point—Buy now.
Vol. XI. No. 2.
PRINCETON, B.C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1910.
$2 a Year in Advance
THE MINING WORLD
First Carload of   Coal Direct
from Colliery — Deer
on Whipsaw.
Plans for Development Work on Friday Creek — Reco Steadily
Forging Ahead.
Billy Knight.catne in from Whipsaw
last Friday to attend the masquerade ball
in his role as musician. He reports work
on the Lucky Pair making good headway and expects to tap the lead soon
Deer are very plentiful, wandering about
iu large herds in the Whipsaw basin
Mr. Knight will remain in town a ftw
days on a well earned holiday, returning
to his camp for the winter.
The Granby Mining Smelting & Power
Co., has declared another dividend ot 2
per cent, and $270,000 will be disbursed
in this way.
Col. Stevenson is making good progress with the development work on his
mineral property opposite Holmes^forfT
He has about a dozen rn,en~at-"work and
hopes-to- be-shipping soon. The mine is
located ajong the V ,V. & E.
%.JS.. E. Emmons, M. E., of Vancouver,
was in town last week on placer mining
business. He thinks this district wonderful in mineral possibilities. Mr. Emmons will return here again soon and in
timates that he has clients who are prepared to build a ■ smelter if a site can
be procured near the proposed coke works
at Granite creek or Welldo.
Gunnysack Murphy, aged 47 years,
died in Cranbrook from pneumonia. At
one lime he owned a group of claims near
the Bayonne mine in Cootenay.
Screened coal is now sold by the Vermilion Forks Co. at the mine for $4. per
ton, which, with the livery charge of $1
per ton for delivery in town makes the
total cost $5. The /former price was $3
per ton for unscreened or 'run of mine.'
E. P. Galliac is now drifting for the
main coal seam on the United Empire.
•The new low grade road to the Princeton-
Hedley trunk road is about complete.
Work on the Reco, Copper mountain,
is progressing favorably and must soon
reach the main lead. Some very fine
ore has been obtained in the tunnel.
Mr. McCauley is deserving of the best
results fot his perseverance under most
perplexing conditions and circumstances.
The Reco is known to be of high values
and must prove a moneymaker when
once the lead is worked.
The Vermilion Forks Co. shipped their
rst carload  of coal from Princeton col-
iery last week, since ween there have
been steady shipments/made.   The in-
"ustry resulting fromrcoal found here
will make Princeton a great mining
center and famous for its splendid quality
of domestic fuel.
It is understood that freight rates on
coal to Spokane are $2.50 and to Keremeos $ 1.50, Hedley $1.15, other points
proportionately.
Petroleum is believed to have been
struck in the neighborhood of Suuias and
Abbotsford.
Plans are being made for 500 feet of
tunnel work on the Columbia Copper
Co's mining property on Friday creek
The.work is expected to begin in the
early spring and when completed will
put in sight a million tons of ore.
Roche river, Friday creek and Whip-
saw offer a large tonnage for any railroad
that will give them transportation.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL.
Excellent Characters, Fine Costumes
and Pleasant Time.       /c^
On New Year's Eve, Decenvbe¥*"iil was
held tne annual Princeton masquerade
ball. Shortly befoje—9 o'clock the ball
openedajid-s-rarge crowd quickly assem
•Wed. Sam Gibson was floor manager,
and proved an excellent one. Shortly
af:er, the Grand March of Masks began:
In this a large number of couples partici
pated. Among the best costumes were a
Mephistopheles, a nun, several good
Scotch costumes, an Indian, and two
clowns, whose antics kept the whole
crowd in an uproar. After the uumask-
lng. the dancing continued.
From 11:30 to io'clock supper was served in the three hotels and the Semerad
restaurant. About three hundred people
were served. After this the dancing continued until about 5 A.M. A plaasant
time was reported by all.
A large crowd were present from Hedley and Keremeos, and also many from
Granite and Otter Valley. Among these
were some of the best costumes.
Excellent dance music was furnished
bv Mr. and Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs. Lyall
and Biily Knight, and Mr. Forsyth rendered several good pieces on the bagpipes.
The ball this year is admitted by all to
be the best event of its kind ever held in
Princeton.—Com.
TIME TABLE ON V.,V. & E. FOR
PRESENT SERVICE.
The time table now in use on the V.,
V. & E. is as follows, the trains connecting at Oroville for the Boundary and
Spokane:
Leave Keremeos for Hedley and Princeton, at 10:30 a.m., arriving in Hedley at
11:30 and Princeton 1 p.m.
Leave Princeton for Hedley aud Keremeos at 2:30 p.m., arriving at Hedley at
3.30 and Keremeos at 4:20.
A direct service without layover at Oroville will, no nonbt, be installed soon.
H, A. Cook is agent at Princeton.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Brass Band to Arouse Spirits
and Tickle Ear of
the Citizens.
Shooting Accident,   Without Serious
Injury as Yet—First Freight
trom Vancouver.
District Traffic Manager Kistler, of the
Great Northern, was in town .yesterday
on official business.
T. Q. Coulthard is trying to organize a
brass band in Princeton, the instruments
to belong tCL-the town, and the funds for
these . tq^he laised by the citizens of
Princeton. Mr. Coulthard has volunteered hrs services as leader. Everyone here
kuows his ability as a musician, and he
George M. Heinekey, recently from
Victoria, originally from Dublin, Ireland,
has accepted a position in the office of
the Vermilion Forks Co.
Many friends will regret to learn- of
the death of_MjSr-Alfred AMisuu in Kamloops on the 3rd inst., after a lingering
illness. To the bereaved ones Star extends full sympathy.
School reopens next Monday, the
scholars having had a very pleasant holiday season.
■ School  and   all   other  taxes  are now
payable for the year 1910.
Board of Trade meeting next Monday
night at 8 o'clock in the court house.
The following officers of L.O.L. No.
2102 were recently installed : C. L. Cum
mings, W.M., reelected ; P. Russell, R.
S.; H. H. Avery, jr., F.S ; W. Wilson,
D.M. New members are being added
continually and the lodge gives promise
of much usefulness and popularity.
Born—On the 27th ult., the wife of
Walter Martin of a son.
Boost and bustle—don't knock individuals or things.
J. F. Waddell  is regaining his/'*
health after a long speJ4s>ȣ-<*1^
and medical treatment. EWsf
wish him speedy recover^ \ .*-<!>_
dell's mother, brother and aunt are onS.
visit to   his   home,   having come fror/
Manitoba recently.
C.  R- Westgate,  a   Montreal  mif
capitalist, was   in Princeton  last w
He was pleased with the mineral outll
and took samples.    He will return agl
BUILDING PROSPECTS Fj/
COMING YEAR.
A number of buildings are pro
tor the coming  monTraL ajj***
being promised for carpetitei
ers.   Recent zero weather at!
days have slowed down buili
tions until there is scarcely i
a hammer in the town. Bert Irwin has
finished two neat cottages recently for
the Vermilion Forks Co. and Wilson
Bros, will soon have the large liverv
barn, owned by F. P. Cook, ready for
Huston Bros., liverymen "-and lessees. A
lot of building is planned for the V.,V.
& E. but the wintry weather has delayed
progress. Spring will witness an old
fashioned western building boom, or else
all signs must fail.
ANNUAL STATEMENT BANK
OF COMMERCE.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce,
always in the forefront of financial institutions and the most progressive banking
concern in the Dominion, has issued a
statement of the result of the business of
the bank for the year ending the 30th of
November, 1909, as under. The branch
here is popular and gives the public
satisfaction, underthe courteous and efficient control of Manager Marlow.' The
bink is a welcome factor in the development of Princeton-district and • has a
prosperous future in store:
Balance at credit of profit
and loss account brought
forward from last year...$       161,244 88
Net profits for the year,
ending 30th  Nov. after
"■ providing    for   all   bad
and doubtful debts      1,510,695 86
Recovered from over appropriations  in connec-
.  tion with assets realized.       300,006 "bo
$ i,97i.94o 74
This has bsen appropriated as follows:
Dividends at 8 p.c. per an...jj!   800,000 00
Written off premises       419,801 72
Pension fund (annually)....        30,000 06
Balance carried forward....       722,139 02
$ 1,971,940 74
TOWN AND DISTRICT*
Thos. Day represented Princeton Masons at ihe installation functions of Hedley
lodge recently.
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THE    SIMILKAMEM   STAR
^ei^i^iMilekMmeE,n ^shIar
January 5, 1910
The Similkamejdf^Star.
J.  M. Wj-Jhtffft,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
One Year,
j 2.00
Payable in Advance.
• Subscribers wH.1 .confer a favor on 0Hs office by
•promptly reporting an}' change  in  address or
rregularityitn receipt of their' paper.
' Advertising rates furnished on application.    \
Legal notices 10 and 5 gents per line.
Pour weekly insertions constitute one month
advertising.
No transient advertisement Inserted unless
accompanied with the cash.
ADVERTISING IS SPIRIT OF
THE AGE.
TheSjolidays are over and everyone has set sail .with, the prospect
of a fair and prosperous voyage on
the sea of life during 1910. With
the continuous shipping of coal by
fail, so recently begun, the nucleus
of a great mining camp has been
established. The all important
payroll is now ( a fact, small at first
it may be, yet giving evidence of
most probable expansion For, it
is beyond all question that the mineral surroundings of Princeton are
sufficient to sustain a large population. Without straining the optimistic faith born of experience and
years of calm calculating when the
tendency of the times was depressing, Star has neither hesitation nor
reservation in stating that no other
town has as bright futuiie£as Princeton. Nature has provided everything! that makes towns and cities.
Coafj dres^placers, agriculture, timber, unlimited water power and
superb, climate, the eternal snow
capped sierras of the Cascades, the
everlasting hills beautiful and rich,
big game, fishing and shooting, all
combine to make this place attrac**
ive for homeseekers and inviting to
investors. But, with all these itSf^}
ducements, itispossible to stultify
and retard growth by a lack of
pnblic-spiritedness and indifference
on the partof citizens. The wor'd
must be made aware of our own
■ confidence in the abundant latfftit
wealth of resbu'rce^and'^ sflmring
prospect. The universale recognized medium through:.Which a
peoole express their faith in the
present and future of their town
and district is the local newspaper.
By their support of it in paid advertising and subscriptions they tell
the world   that   they   hqvfiftfaith in
their town aridieS**8-■
'""TEMP"*
■trade,(business and superior advantages which by right are ours, to
idrifwotherwhere. No valid excuse,
therefore, can be offered for with-
■hofaing advertising patronage to
thefppme paper. Many thousands
of .djoilars have bee.n spent on the
upkeep of the Star since its birth,
without which Princeton and dis-
4ridE wou'd have remained an unknown, uninviting land. The publicly afforded through its columns
has been, and is, of direct benefit
Scffevery person in the town and
•qSfctiet. The consistent advertising of a few is sincerely appreciated
and while they have sown the whole
community, , including the non-
awgertiser, has reaped the benefit.
Same who. have_he£n_continuous
advertisers since the Star first emit-
te'd light now think that the burden of maintaining a local newspaper should be distributed more
generally. Nowhere in the world
ilitaere a newspaper run with as
little expense as the Star with its
payroll of one. It has never been
able to increase its staff or the num-*
ber ofSfts pages for want of more
.liberajftsupport.' As soon as the
peoplearespond to. {this call an enlarged staff and papte,, with better
'reading matter will result, along
with a well equipped jobpla$it. If,
however, there should be noiuter-
est manifested even its present precarious existence may terminate asvf
suddenly as that of our late lamented cotemporary at Keremeos.
But the future prospects of Prince-j
ton and district are so bright that
everyone interested in the country
will be glad to have the Star continue, even with all its imperfections, failures and errors of composition, judgment, and many other
of the frailties to whicafif poor humanity is heir. Star will be pleased
to receive a big bunch of new sub-
scribers';and settlement in full of
long overdue accounts for advertising, subscription's and printing. It
is the aim of the manager to have|
subscriptions fall due on the first
of each year, running with the.current volume of 52 numbers.
"MOBLL"
LIVERY STML
PRINCBTO^/B. C.
Variety  of  Rigs— Gpod   Roadsters-
^ Big Stables—Cour eous Attention
to all *ip(k^BS>ajc§j^
Proprietors
NOTICE.
?8£h£-KETTLE RIVER VALLEY RAIjLwkY;
CO. will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its
next session for an Act authorizing thecoM&iicl
tion of an extonsion" of its fine from a point on
its authorized railway near ColdwaterJuver, by
the most feasible route to the navigable waters]*
of the Fraser River, in the Province of British;
Columbia, for an extensi<yi ot time for the com-'?
mencement and completion of its railway line?
heretofore authorized by the Parliament of
Canada, and for other pnrposes.
E. C7 MYERS,
• Secretary,
Kettle River Valley Railway Co.,
Dated at Toronto the 30th day of October, 1909:
Fire, Life and
pAccidentil   ■
Insurance I
INSpRE NOW : You Don't
^Kopw what to=morrow
may bring »x,,*if7=*
AND GENERAL
■^VJiadies' Aid will meet at the home
*risjW5aiinrlers on Thursday afternoon.
~igh will leave from   Mrs. Murdochi's
t. 1:30 prompt.
yi receipt  of a very fine calen-
\  by    the Confederation  Life,
\, Agent, Nicola.    Thanks.
If OR SALE
FARM LANDS
JFRUIT LANDS
STOCK RANCHES
riCHICKEN RANCHES
JSTOTICE.
Business & Residential Lots
IN PRINCETON
Estate of CharlesfDeBarro. deceased
Notice is hereby given that all creditors aria!
others having claims against the above estate
must, on or before the llth day of November,'
1909, present the same to the undersigned duly
verified by affidavit, and all persons indebted to
the said 'deceased are required to pay amount of
such indebtedness to the undersigned forthwith.
Dated this lljh day of October, A D. 1909.
Louis Marcotte,
Foxerowle P- Cook,
Granite Cregk. Executors.
AVERY  &, AVERY
Real Estate, Insurance, Notary Public
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NOTES AND COMMENTS.
One  of those   events  which   be-
ouds a district and   reflects   unfa
Nearly upon   the    progressiveness
Tjmunity   was   noticed   last
ijeath of tbe Keremeos
^rrr^C>inL,ack of support on the
^r| of thfase  who  were  able  and
^SigthtRp have given  it   resulted in
^angtrfaFion.    The Chronicle was
reditable publication, faithful and
lal to the  interests of the   people
lerved—but it  was   not appreci-
It  will be   many moons be-
, eSemeos   is   again    as  well
Bro.. Brown will now turn
yjlflgtion Jij*. fruit    culture,   a
pleasant  and independ-
!ition.    May the blossoms
erry,   the apple, the plum
peach never fail him.
Chocolates
Fresh from the Factory
in popular size packages
Xfee-a new line of
HOLIDAY BOXES
See Our
CHA]WOIS VESTS
flail JOrders Promptly
Attended to
Druggist and Stationer
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;:JBeneral Livery business carried on.
Horses for hire, single or double. Wood
or coal delivered on shortest notice.
Draving in all its branches. Prices right
SSMisfaction guaranteed.
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Bridge St., Princeton
Jeweler
Engraver
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Dec.   29, 1909  is  the  centenary   of the
birth  of   Gladstone,   ilie   great  Liberal:
statesman   and orator,  and   his admirers;
iert will endeavor, in some fitting manf
er, to remember the occasion.
Star would gladly publish names of all
in attendance at the masquerade ball but
tbe printing committee did not prdvid.e-a
lis^—this  is  a  gentle   reminder for next
year.
A . young- Austrian now lies in the
lockup with both legs wounded by a
bullet accidentally hittiujft-hirn -while
passing within range of a rifle being discharged by a friend at a mark. The bullet penetrated above the knjre, lodging
in the other leg, where WJ&s locatedand
extracted. The patieidris doing well
and no serious require are anticipated.
Using the lockup ror the patient is a reminder of the necessity for a hospital.
_^je" Work on the coal property west of Mid-
fifljpr.wav, has been going on uninterruptedly
since September 1, with very gratifying
results.
Sir Robert Perks leaves London earlv
this month foi Canada to devote his undivided attenlio'n to theGeorgian Bay cafcal,;
The city Dolice of Revelstoke are
clearing the city of its annual crop of tinhorns
The building for the past year at Kamloops has reached a total of nearly $400,-
000.
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Paid-up Capital, $10,0Q&000 f ^Reserve,^(db0,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   gJ)UMsTR1^S
Arrangements have recently been completed] under which the  branc
of this Bank are able tojssue Bjrafts on^the principal, points
:   Russia
  | in the^fello-wiag^countBles
Austria-Hungary    Finland llfeland
Belgium j	
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
. Egypt
Faroe Islands
Formosa iTtaly -"IfcJSeryia
France | Japan i%ijSi^a-it__.,
Fr'ch Cochin-China. JaVa :-:i..Iv,.Si'll,ih ATrio]
Germany 'Manchuria ■^-J'  StrailS^ltd
Great Britain I ^ Mexico'- ''^1 SWed^n^T.
Greece *_.-'     Norway Switzerland 'JA
Holland '^t'.    Persia Turkey   i
Jceland ^R    Phillipine Islands    West Indies I
India Roumania' ^_^_and elsewhe;
no dela'y in issuing.      full parT.taSularV^; applica
A. J. MARLOW,  Manager, PRINCETON BRANCH     .
IflE ROYAL MEDICATElf SToE
NOTICE.
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TULAMEEN, B. C.
Good Filling, Boating
Mining Centre
W.J.
'PRORIETOR
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lands for permission to purchase 240T "acres of mountain pasturage land described as follows :
Commencing at a post planted at the N W.
corner of Lot 1765, Kamloops division of Yale
district, thence west 60 chains, thence south 40
chains,'thence east 60 chains, thence north 40
chains to poirt of commencement.
GEORGE G; BA.TSTON.E:
Otter Valley Nov. 3rd, 1909.
Advertise, it pays.
Fifteen   Years   of   Experience  in
London, Paris and Switzerland.
Diploma at the Horological School
in Paris, 1896.
<1eo. h. broughton
B.C. & D.L.8., Qrad. S.P.S.
Cavir Engineer & Land Surveyor
Wade Block, Penticton, B.G.
Advertise, it pays.
, Tnirty days after date v/e intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a-lictuse to
prospect for coal on the following lands :
J- Near Princeton, commencing at a post, marked
souih west corner oflot 2049, running-. 80 chains
east, SQ chains south, ^0 chains west and §0 chains
north to post of commencement: ,
Elijah James Mead .
per C: t): French
Dated and located Nov: 16th, 1909:,
Assessment Act,   J 903*
COURTS OF REVISION ■!» APPEAL
COUNTY OF YALE.
Notice is hereby given that the Courts of Revision and, Appeal for the year igoy are adjourned as follows :
For the Kamloops Assessment Di§trict,^ttr6ni'
Thursday the 9th day of December. A.D. 1^09, to'
Tuesday the 28th day of December, 1969, at
Kamloops at 11 a.m.
For the Nicola Assessment District/-, from
Monday the 13th.day of December,-j909*0 Tuesday, the nth day of Jrnuary,- A. D/ i-^rjE at
Nicola, at-2-p.m. ' WN?
For the Princeton Assessment District, from
Thursday, the 16th day of December, A.D. 1909,
to Friday the 14th day of January, i9io, at n
a.m.. at Princeton  B.C.   "
Dated   at Kamloops,  B.C., this 9th  day   of
J&ecftnber, A.D. 1909.
ALEC  D. MACINTYRE,
Judge of the said Courts o&" Revision and Appeal*
BOARD OF X^ADE, PRINCETON, B. C. .-/Meets first Monday in
each month.     Wp/
W: C. McDougah <        A. J. Marww
President. Secretary.
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SWINE AND POULTRY.
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POULTRY FOOD, 15c per lb.,
CONDITION POWDERS,
HOOF OINTHENT,
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LINIMENT for stock,
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GEN$a&L NEWS.
Ship own&ts^/a England have, forced
down the jvlf es from the wages from $25
to $15 a nt/ntli, and this has greatly reduced the-feembershin of the unions.
An increi.\*of 10 percent in tUp wages
NO§CE.
YALE DISTRICT.
Take Notufethat I Minnie Davidson of- Vancouver intend to apply for a licence to prospect
for coai and'petroleum under the following described^ lands,   situate   near   Princeton,    B.C.,
commencing at a post planted at the' north west
/".    77    T    ,    Ml TT ,. ■    . corner of lot 242, and "marked M- Davidson's >n.|
Of Its 2000 e&ploy^es in the LehlgM Valley I w.-corner, and running 40 chains south, 40 chains
wsa annonnaed^fecently by tnei Thqmas^astaoch»M north, 10 chains west, 20 chains
ouuuuu^u. j      j iSLnorth, thence 30 chains west to point of coin-
Iron Compap-y of Easton, Fa.
"^het'Tejffslature .^^askatche^n^aajj
ada, recently-adopted a clause to■ tjle Factories Aot,:; 'fixing the working dsry for1
■/K^omen' afca minimum of,eight hours,
.i-tisingr      man.   who has   kept.,count of  the
<;gai notices 1.    .r:0f,^lsses;e'JSai*ed with his Wife
xgfour weeklyljnsi
■ advertisina.  fetjjl^
No transient adve
accompanied with th^.,
7^E^IST^Wfen ieft offkeeplng II re_
'   ,i^are now 65,000.Chinese and Las
The bo^d^itnen now orl Britislv-vessels.
menceme;nt|
MINNIE DAVIDSON    .
R. C. Brown) Agent
<f3.gth Nov^hoher, iqog
p'Take notice that I A- H. Douglas of Vancouver.
ifitienfi to applv for a licence to prospect for coal
and 'petroleum under the folic wing described
lands,:
Near Princeton, commencing at a post planted
at the north east corner ot lot 245,. and , marked
A H. Douglas's n. e. corner, and running 60
chains west, So chaius south. 70 chains east, 40
40 chains
■s.to ite pubJjcaiion.,as follows:^,   chains north/io chains east, thence
re... ,!■    ^t • jinrt-i'' iiorv t rrl   -ii pa r   T fi nnn'- •! north to point of commencement.
thiS*' -35i°X':     C?-"?'.'"^       ''   1?>000>v- A. H. DOUGLAS
J?\S;6ji,-;(.%;ur,t'U:':'year. 120;  fifth''? R. c. Broi
^"^^"^  1    "**». <?/'• . VAttl     XtA..n*Ht\A« «/\MH
rown, Agent
one has set |
of a fair and^
the sea of life1
the continuouS
rail, so recrr^
3M
taiNorihcn
of %m
<=\^
igth November, 1909.
Take notice that I, A. Colquhonn Holmes of
Victoria, intend to apply for a licence to paospect
fo.r coal and petroleum under the following described lands :
t^j-Near Princeton, commencing at a post planted
at the north west comer of lot 246, and marked
"A" C Holmes's s. w. corner, and running 80
chains north, 10 chains east, 40 chains south, 20
east, 40 chains south, thence 30 chains west to
point of commencement.
A. COLQUHOUN HOLMES
R. C. Brown, Agent
iqth November, 10,09
Take   notice  that I, Herbert H. Thomas   of
Princeton, intend to apply for a licence* to pro£j
s&ect for coal and petroleum under thje^atte??^
) ing described lands
W-
»north
MANtY  &   SWANSON, Props.
First Class room and board
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
Miction, mm
Largest Sale in
;f. w. g
:JCivil and flirting Engineer iSth*
peot^jtf
present^C. Land Surveyor
and district $» W^ <
Bv their support of it*nd
tising and subscriptions
Id  that   they
Sttuate near Princeton, B.C., cbmraehcing at a
post planted 20 chains south ot the) south west
corner of lot 299, and marked H. H. Thomas s
n, e. corner, and running west 80 chains, south']
80 chains, east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains;
to point of commencement.
HERBERT H. THOMAS
R. C. Brown, Agent
20th November. 1909.
Take notice that I, Charles S. Douglas of Vancouver, intend to apply fcr a licence to prospect.j
for coal and petroleum under the tblftwuig described lands :
Situate near Princeton, comn-euclng at a post
planted at the south east corner of lot 257, and
marked C S Dung las!gr.s. e. corner, 60 chains
west, 60 chains.north, 80 chains east, 40 chain-
south, 20 chains west, thence 20 chains south to
point of commeuc: ment.
C. S. DOUGLAS
R. C. Brown, .igent
iqth November, 1909.
Take notice that I, Grace Thomas cf Princeton,
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal
and petroleum under the following described
lands, situate near Princeton, B.C i
Commencing at a post planted''-'at-the north
east corner of lot q6q aud marked G Thomas's
s. e. t orner. and running north 80 chains, we|l:
80 chains, south 80 chaius, and east 80 ch-ijns to
point of commencement. Grace Thomas I
2Cth Nov. 1909 "per R. c. Brown:
Take notice that I. M. IC. -Mumford of Vancouver, intend 'o apply for a licence to pjjrospt-ct for
coal and petroleum under the following .described lands near Priuc tou, B.C.
' Commencing at a post planted at the north
east corner of lot 1156 and marked M K. Mum-
ford's s. w. corner, aud running east 80 chains,
north 80 chains, west So chaius aud south 8(1
chains to.point of commencement.
M. K. Mumford
20th Nov. 1909. per R. C. Brown
Take notice that I. jMice Allison of Princeton,
intend to apply tor ajfficenee to prospect for coal
and petroleum nnder the following described
lauds, near Princeton, B.C.
Commencingat a.post planted at the south
west corner of q66 and marked k. Alison's s. e.
corner and running north 80 chains;, west 80
chains, south 80 chains and o™-***'1 ^Sgha'ins to
I point of commencement, v 'nCW-K^ISON £
20th Nov. 1909. "   .-jEv^-rpwH
Ar full  or
Take notice that I, Reginalds 1   .;
of Vancouver, intend to applyr advertlS-
prospect for coal and  petroleuz-v.- t     ■ _
lowing described lands, near j^itig".      it
Commencing atr a post pl'ahtec^
east corner oflot 3181 and marked Vg
n. e. corner, and running.south  80
80 chains, north 80 chains and east
ppint: of commencement.    ;-. R
Nov. 1909.
0 1 \ ■■Awest
>fc 4sJl.ioJ Is to
R. C. S\^n
the wori
their town^Bfli
Reports.
"thv.. _j£j%
Viq\-e.;£aitafjti
Take notice that 1, Frederick C. Williams of
Vancouver, intend to ap.ply for a licence to pros
p'ect for coal and petroleum under the following
described lands rear Princeton.
1 Commencing at a post  planted at the south
east corner of lot 3180, and marked F. C.  William's s- e. courier, and running north 80 chains,
west 80chains, south 80 chains and east80chains
/ v^-^11'^ of commeucement.       F C. Wtlltams
CIOuCls hs 1909 ^er R. C. i3rown
^>,tftatiT. James Witcomb ofVancou-
" nirjltt^l^P^ licence to prospect for
°^*i^**^J!ioer the following describ-
fleat!f6&7 *
r*mff I     lost planted at the  north
/'Vr'L/ack- -d marked  T. Witcomb.s
^11^-.^ .   south 80 chains, east
-'   t nf  tD'OSe    WuO    \n"d west So chains to
pax u y*   »■ ; - ; Tames Witcomb
^Slght tO pve   given per R.c. Brown
Vanoulation.      The   C Williams of Van-
H   fe   tjiyj .."   •. •     ■ cence to  prospect
teditable publicatiouthe following de
*1 to the  interests ot^at the south
d       ■ . _      ked- J. Williams
lerved-—but It    Was..     go chains,  east
...    , j. Vvest 60 chains to
It     Will     DC     l       >       J. WiLLTAMS
'MmtosM   f perR'c-Brown
t-^lfred|. AUayne-Jones o:
BrO., Xapply f°tr a licence to  pre
Vroleuni u". nder the following
described lands, near Princeton.
Commencingat a post planted ™
west corner of lot 3179, and markedlAj*  n pnjs. s
n. w. corner, and running, south sfef^^r^^f*.
60 chains, north So chainvand wesfc' chains to
point of commencement.   .      //9K.A. Jones
iSth Nov. 11909. jfr R. C. Brown
Take notice that I, Minnie <V/combj of Van_
couver, intend to apply for asJeence to prospect
sor coal and petroleum undf the following defer iped lands, near Princeton
L Commencing at a p\stf lanted at the south
west comer oflot 3176 aVJ$/arked M. Witcomb's
s. W. corner, and runni^Hoi th 80 chains, east
,80 chains south 80 ohainaand west 80 chains, to
rpb'mt of commencement^ Minnie Witcomb'
iSth Nov. 1909. per R. C. Brown
T*f^^5/VhatI< KHais, Arthur Jukes of Van-
couveVfjgkfty> apply for *» licence to prospect
■for coalWJ^i^ieum und\r the following described lands, sittia-«..j,<3P^.-o^incetori,
Commencing at the south "v^st corner oflot 23Q
and marked E. ^, Jukes's s. vk corner, and running 80 Grains north, 80 chain>>sast,^60^.chains
south, 50" chains west, 20 chains srfiitE "add\30
chains west to point of commencement, -.c^fe^*^^,
/ E, A, Jukes ^y
19th Nowi9oq per R. C. Bro '^
Take notice that I, Ida jf. Russell, of Vancou
ver, intfi^oito apply for ay licence to prospect fy-
coal aif^r petroleum und^r the following descri
ed laudsjfnear'Princeton.
Cbmmenc^iJig at a oAsf planted at the nort
east corner of lot 241^'and-marked I. M. Russell's
n. e. corner, and t/ihiung 40 chains south, 40
.chains wast. 20 chains s6uth, 40 chains west, 40
■chains nofith, 40 chains eaat, 20 chains north and
4o chains j^ast to point of commencement.
IDA M. RU--SKZ.X.
19th Novji9o9 per R. C. Brown
Take notice that I, Alice Maude Jukes of Vant
couver intend to apply for a licence to prospec
for coal alid petroleum under, the following described landsurfr^:^P;!^i^^^''J^>-^-T3^r. -''
LAQonjmenre^g at a post ptanted at;• trift-^Bouth;
easreptr^st of lot 244 and marked A. M Jukes%'
Bv e. corner, aud running west 80 chains, north 29
chains, east 80 chains, and south 20 chains to
point of commencement, boing lots 244 and 253.
A- M. Jujo s
19th Nov. 1909 per R. C. Brown
Take notice that I, Iva Tucker of Vancouver,-
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal
and petroleum under the following described
lands, situate near Princeton.
7 Commencing at a post planted at the south
east corner of lot 240, and marked Iva Tucker's
s. e. corner, and running 40 chains west. 20 chains
north, 40chains westj 60 chains north, 80 chains
1 ast and S'> chains south to point of commencement. Iva Tvcker
19th Nov. 1909                                      per R. C. Brown
Take notice that I; Matthew L. Foley of Vancouver, intend to apply for a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum under the following- described lands, near Princeton,
Commencing' at a post planted at the north east
corner of lot ?.7fi, and[marked M L- Foley's, s- e-
eorneri running north 80 -chains, west F0 chains,
south 80 chains and east SO chairs to point of,
commencement. M- L Foley
2Cth Mov-1909 per R- C Brown
Take no.tice that I. Alfred E. Allison of Prince-
fton it tend to apply for a Jieerce to prospect for
coal and petroleum under the following1 described
lands near Princeton.
j '.-Commencing at a post planted 20 chains south
[of the sou th" west confer of lot 300 and marked
[Alfred E Allison's n e- corner, and running* wert
Q0 ch^ins.-gSi^h ?0 chains, east 80 chains and north
80 chainsito point of commencement
Alfred E- All'son
20th NovAl909 per R.C- Brown
j Ta'keCri-btic? that I, Mrs. ^usan Louisa Allison of
Prin.ceton'.i intend to apply for a licence to prospect
for-'coal ■&£$•■ petroleum uuder the following- de-
scribed lar^ds-near Princeton-.
\ Commeniimg at a post planted at the south east
corner of lot 276 and marked S- L- AlHspp's s- e-
corner, and- running- west -c0 chains, north 60
chains, east 80 chains, and south 60 chams to point
of commeneement- S- L- Alltson
20th Nov! 1909 per R- C Brown
Take notice that I, Churl es Thomas of Princeton
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal
and petroleum under the following described
lands near Princeton.
Commencing- at a post plan tori at the north west
corner of Jot 88 and marked C- Thomas'  s- w-  corner, and running north 80 chains,, east 80' chains,
[south 80 chains and west 80 ehains'^o point of
•.ommencem ent. CharjLes/Thomas
)0th Nov. 1909 ' per R-' C Brown
Take jiotiee that I; Claude M. Snowd?ii-> of
Pririceton,i intend to apply for a licence to pros-1
pect for'"cba:l and petroleum under the following
describedVlaln^s near Princeton.
Commencing at a post planted at'the north ,eas£
corner of ]bt"86 and marked C, M: Snowden's s: e:
corner and running north 80 chains, west 80 chains
'south 80 chains and east 80 chains to point of
commencement; C: w: Snowden
20th Nov: 1909 pe;sB^C:JBK*wT>
Take notice that I, T. Frank Patterson of Vancouver, attend to apply for a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum under the following described lands near Princetqn.
Commencing- at a post planted at the south west
corner of Jlo#966, and marked T: F; Patterson's s:
w: corners and running north 80 chains, east 80
chains, south 80 chains and west 80 choins to point
of commencement: T: F: Patterson
20th Nov} p.909 per R^C: Brown
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply for
■a'license to prospect for coal on the following described land, viz : I
..GomniOsing at a post placed at the s. w. corner of loty.525, Kamloops Division of Yole District
thence 80.chains north,  80 chains west. 80 chains
south, 80 chains east to point of commencement.
M: L: McDougall
Princeton; Nov: 20th. 1909     per W: C: McDougall
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