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 tt&OittoiXii,  (g^^EnuttiwiMVf|tf������aittt������Mie|j^������i**MUH||IMt������"������"'''A^  la Coola presents a good  opening for a bank.  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by, Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Mean , Temperature for the month of  November, maximum, 42.50, minimum, 32.5  "Total Rainfall for same period 8.14.  'AK&���������NO. 14  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 192.  $1.00"a Year  assa Exclaims  |inst the Policy  rsued by Britain  is That Old Country Is insular  loth Geographically and by Instinct in Dealing With Canada.  %)"8ohdon, Ont.���������Henry Bourassa  w i������.'V"r.yu������  nership."   He said that the  dal partnership in reference  Canadian people was very  Great Britain was in-  ;eographically, an d through  hi.    They wished to keep  Sine colonies still colonies.  ly" gave self-government in  y, but when it came to broad-  lestionsof diplomacy and the  rig of international laws that  cleal in one way or another  lanada personally, then'they  to and did make these  **"-y:Q^^hemselves without consult-  ^ l^jjj^he wishes of the country  ' llt^^olved.' Hethought sentiment  m ������^MSl;a noble and a worthy" thing.  lpS:?f^Sld be carried too ^far, how-  Liberals Adhere to  Laurier's Policy  Present indications are that the  Liberals will, adhere firmly to the  Laurier naval policy, and will deprecate the existence of any  emergency, basing their case on  the memorandum of the British  government, which does not show  any present need of an emergency  contribution, and that the Imperial government has not asked  for it.  Liberals Would'Build in Canada  Montreal.���������According to L. A.  David, prominent in the Liberal  ranks in , Montreal, the Liberal  party at a caucus in Ottawa decided that they would agree to  vote millions for a Canadian navy,  built by Canadian yards, but they  would oppose' a policy of direct  contribution unless a real'emergency were proven, Mr. David  announces this, as the actual, decision of the caucus.  id lane  ^"eyecr  esiiV'i  Won't Be Adjunct  rnerc^;;,:i^,VCanada will notf consent to be  H������n*siS  acrh  .OW  chuaS^Sfidjunct even of the Empire,"  o F>������i4'e?$aid:   On the navy he said:  |g||$|0ur duty to the Empire be-  f|fgh0 and ends with the defense of  ^^^pwn country. ��������� Let us put our  j},W$|I house in order before we  ^���������^*it'John Bull.'   The crisis in  affair," he said, "does not  jfSl'i-?^^fe ships, or  money,   but in  L  te conscript idea he cited as  beuurthe best idea for the up-  'i^buflding of a strong defensive  ^System.    He deplored the trend  /��������� -"^iMtne rural man to the city.   He  / ���������'^lefrned there traits and  habits  ^%&|������mental to his own welfare  ���������km  33*t.  'at ia%e.  ������he bast welfare of the nation  The farmer was the  backbone of the country.  powerful Peasantry  It was the peasant who had  ll|trn,ade Great Britain the mighty  B&kor in the world's eye. as she  today.    It would be this same  who would   make  Canada  It she will eventually be, the  ttest nation on earth.  fSet us evolve a partnership  with Great Britain.   We will become more powerful thus.   But  !ll|B|f������$e must have full power of gov-  Kliilrrnment and full independence,"  m  Last pf Contracts  Awarded on G.L P.  The last- of the sub-contracts  for the construction of the Grand  Trunk Pacific , railway between  Fort George and Fraser Lake  have been awarded by Messrs  Foley, Welch & Stewart, contractors for the line from Edmonton  to .Prince Rupert. The territory  covered by the contracts is 140  miles.  The sub-contractors in the order of their contracts west from  Fort George are as follows:  Messrs Carleton, Griffin, Bums  & Jordan, John Bostock, Stewart  Bros., Duncan Ross, M. -Sheady,  M. McHugh, Norman McLeod.  Hugh McLeod and Freiburg &  Stone. Construction work between Tetc Jaune Cache and Fort  George and Bulkeley summit and  Fraser Lake is being pushed forward with   all   possible  speed  ire the concluding remarks.  Masset Oil Plant  Work has been suspended on  'the oil plant atTiahn Point. The  solved and there are about 9000  men in the employ of the various  contractors. The sub-contractors  for the section of line between  Fort George and Fraser Lake are  now busily engaged in building  construction camps and shifting  their outfits from both ends of  the completed grade and the section will shortly be occupied by  'the graders and grading outfits.  Canada to Contribute $35,000,000  Three Dreadnoughts  Immediately  Ottawa.���������A proposal that Canada shall make a gift of thirty-  five million dollars to the British  Admiralty for the building of  three Dreadnoughts was announced by Premier Borden in the  House of Commons this after- lane, E. Frank, Hughes, and G.  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  S. S. Camuson docked here I Several ladies of the town will  about 8:30 Sunday morning. give an entertainment with Xmas  Among the passengers for this tree at the Grand View Hotel on  port  were  Messrs G. F. Allen,  Saturday 28th.      Refreshments  J. G. Millichamp, Edwin Chris  tenson, Clauson and R. C. Con  nors.  The outgoing   passengers in  eluded Mr. and Mrs Chas. Draney!  and daughter,   Mr.  J.   Draney,  Mr. and Mrs Thos. Draney and;  family, Messrs Jos. W. Macfar  will be served from 4 to 6 p. m.  All are welcome.  noan. The three fighting ships  will be used to increase the effective fighting force of the Empire  Mr. Edwin Christensen is on a  visit to his brother, Mr. M. ,B.  'Christensen, Hagensborg's well-  known merchant.  COMING!  ������  ���������  Dr.WJ.Quinlan,Deiili$t  Mr. G. F. Allen, representing Qp pRINCE RUPERT   ���������  -      (the firm of Johnson Bros., "Van-"  and will be maintained and con-jcouver. is here on business with fill visit Bella Coola and Hagens-  ���������',.,. borg for several weeks, arriving  trolled as part of the Royal navy j our local merchants , khout December ^ '  with the proviso, however, that;    Mr. Allen is successor to the;  when it is the will of the Canadian Uate  Mr.  T.  Burnside, who fori  .people to establish their own navy  these vessels can be recalled to  form part of it.  ! many years was a familiar figure  on the northern coast.  British Columbia Fruit  ' . .���������  ' TclkeS Gold Medal having already booked consider  ���������������.  '     able business.  The Premier has received the!  following cable from the agent-  general for the province in'London:       ; *  "British Columbia fruit awarded gold medal and certificate of  merit by Horticultural Society."  - Thus British Columbia has add-  ed another triumph to the long-  list to her eredit.' A particularly  gratifying feature of the present  conquest is the fact thr,". the exhibit that won the prize was a  consignment picked merely for  display in the provincial offices in  London, and not specially with u  view to exhibition at the Royal  Horticultural Show.  Stork Visits "Courier" Building  By reason of the visit of this  interesting bird'to the home of  , Mr. and Mrs Rey. Fleming in the  ' "Courier" building on November  Connors of Keily, Douglas & Co., '  it_ . x     ,      ,   _ ,, n  ,            , 9th, our printer has been the re-  are also on the scene and repon \  . .   r,    j.        ���������         <.���������i���������*.;^0  ��������� cip:ent of many congratulations.  ������ .Mrs Fleming and son are both  well.  '    Messrs J. G. Millichamp,. of J.  :!W. Peck & Co. Ltd., and R. C.  cnoiz3   czionzD  jczibizz)  B. Brynildsen &  Co., will supply  you with the very  best for the:���������;. .. .  Christmas Table  ananas  Candy of a&  ��������� ���������. kisidss' '*  ���������aft ,*!���������'<{.������<  'U-:*''  .-Road foreman" Thos. Draney is  taking a well earned rest after a  long and arduous season. Mr.  and Mrs.,Draney and family will  spend a couple of months with  friends at Steveston.  H. S. Clements Wants  ,    Money For Wharves  Ottawa.���������H. S. Clements of  Comox-Atlin has given notice of  a resolution declaring that in  British Columbia and in other  portions of the Dominion where  similar conditions exist, the construction of wharves should be by  day labor under the supervision  The labor problems have- been of district engineers, and that as  superintendent and driller have  gone to Vancouver to make arrangements to continue the work.  many wharves are in frequent  need of repair and new .wharves  are often required, the money for  wharf, construction should be  voted by parliament in a lump  sum sufficient to meet all  needs of the. country.  the  A Xmafi-0Jmv anfc  Given by  Entertainment        Ladies of  the- Bella CoqlaTowhsite and.  .   vicinity will be held in the  Mission Ckrcli Dec. 23, at 6-30 p. m.  Refreshments will be served.  All are cordially invited.  Bella Coola Debating Society  .. At a meeting held on Wednesday evening at the Mackenzi.  .school it was decided to form i  debating society*  The   necessary   officers   wert-  elected; and the first, debate was-  set for Saturday 21sL insr. at t'  Mackenzie   school,   chair   to  be  taken at 7:30 p. m.  All interested are cordially ir.  vited to attend.  Many Bella Coola people will bv  interested in the following clipping from the Victoria Times:  The .i arriage took place in Calgary on November 12th, of Mr.  John M. Rolston, C. E., formerly  of Victoria, now of Vancouver, lo  Miss Henrietta Gertrude Mitchell  Fancourt, daughter of Colonel St.  John Mitchell Fancourt. She was  given away by her brother, Mr.  Bernard S. Mitchell. The groom  was attended by Mr. Free'land of  Vancouver. .TheRev. Dean Paget performer]., the ceremony, aiui  following it a quiet reception was  held at the heme of Mr. E. II.  Green. After a'tour of the western- cities'Mr..-and Mrs Rolston  will reside in Vancouver.  Ocean Falls  (FROM OUR RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  Mr. H. Benn, M. P., is in town  for a few days.  Mr. Benn is vice-president of  the Ocean Fails Co., and is here  for the purpose' of planning further developments to the Company's plant and also arrange for  several heavy shipments of pulp  in ihe near future.  Mr. Ernest Walker, secretary  of the Ocean Falls Co., arrived  last Wednesday morning for a  short visit.  Mrs A. Martin and her sister  Miss Mary Templin left for their  o  home in Bellingham. Wash., last  Friday ni.uht. They will return  after the holidays.  The pulp mill will close down  this week as the storage facilities;  have proved to be insufficient for  the output of the mills. The construction of larger storage sheds  will be commenced at once and  the wharf frontage will be considerably increased.  :',.;^.'*'f--tV-  MALAGAS AND f?  ALMIRE GRAPES  Extra-Fancy  TABLE RAISM  lUTT  17]  JL.J  IrtfrTlT ���������"-""-'  The alterations to the Grand  View Hotel ajre rapidly nearir.g  completion, affdthe building wlvm  completed will present a very  good appearance.  Proprietor I;fagan reports business good for the time of the year.  Three new planing machines of  the latest type will shortly be installed at the saw mill. The  value of each machine will exceed  $6,000.  Mrs T. H. Hamilton, of New  Westminster, is visiting at the  Falls this week.  A large assortment of  FANCY GOODS,  DOLLS and TOYS |  of all kinds suitable tor  Christmas Presents  \ ; , I  &    lt���������llll1tHUllll     I     ff ���������       !!!������������������>������������������ lift ���������  UfcwmwjM i mii���������i  Tl  lone in your orders  dt  SHOP EARLY  Mrs Geo. Rice, of New York  City, came on the last trip of the  "Chelohsin" to join her husband!  at this place.  Mr: A. Millington, who has  been making a short visit to his  brother Mr. G. H. Millington, returned south on the last boat.  j|ooS] IcmoizDl icnoiSl j^f^^^^SSSSiSSSjSSSSSiSj^S^?^^
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BELLA  COOLA   COURIER
Saturday, December 14,  /Q/^   -'||
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satisfy the same, this will serve
z-    -.;       -      ���<-   ,.������ |pleads, scolds and badgers and
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cavort s1 around gen erall y.   I mag-
ine his feelings, then, when some
and churches, good roads; urges, ^saintroducl;011 aP<i explanation.
Published w^ly at i^A����0^AnYki<>nrl��   scolds and badgers and     As j  stated before, we were
only four settlers at that time.
Later on, when we were increased
to about ten, a post office dropped
on us from the sky (or very near
jt) as Mr. Blayney, who. had obtained-a post office at Anaharri
Lake transferred it to Mr. Cress-.
the town doesiwom and the prices j weut on ^e Atnarko river, about;
of real estate advance ,and the j twenty-one miles from the actual
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Saturday, dec. 14,1912.
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Beware!
""���Jfur--.:
I An emergency-exists!.., Borden
ha^''i?epe^iea^the Eaurier .naval
jU,,yl * ������.-'*- ���--' >     ~"\~    -* '���'*
policy^ pledged himself todobet-
a terV and for a;year the people of
'- cknad^'nave.been patiently.Wait-1
ingito{sjee how'he intended,to set
' about,'it^hence;,the erhergen'cy.
' /'Wrth^rae^Tory; lo&ty2the
sameloyaltythat opposeda.pre;
f erential tariff with Great Britain,,
the. Boraen','goverhment proposes
tomorrow from Great' Britain the,
sum'r.of '$35,000,000,^which  it
. promises f/to;4immediatelyv,,haiid
, -b^ck^fdr<tth<e:latte^to build;three
, dreadnoughts with. "*-.' , .    -';, ,:;'
I '^:These5ships are to,: be at the
? aisposato&the admiral ty^as/Iong
".as^requirea!'anttwheiin.olonger,^brrow^stealor'purldin.ajiy kind
r,Vrequired" 'Canada W'to'Ww of-reding, matter" I could get
tireiy welcpme;torthem.'
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- How will-this nroposal suit the
ma^iy' -'leading*1., cohseryatives - in
British Columbia,' including even
Sir Richard himself, who while
undecided ..regarding,-.what .the
Borden program wou!4 be, never
failed^to"rpuse,.enthusiasm by expounding the urgent' 'necessity
for a Pacific fleet unit ?
If Great-Britain5 ���neoda;assist
The Edito*, Bella Coola Courier,
Bella Coola.
'      Why? ��� ..'
I remember a trip I took six
years ago, in the middle of January, to Hagensborg, - altogether
about ninety miles in,the snow.
At that time.thowagon'road was
only as far as "The Crossing"
and the-rest of ,the Trail"was not
tramped down and kept open as
it is now'by the ^increased traffic
on^'the road and foot aijd horse
traveliing in the'Upper Valley; so
that the'trip; was not exactly a
picnic and, if. you add Vthis that
'the^chances' to get a* bed 'and a
meal werex pretty slim on the first
'3b~miles from here, it wil(be ev,i-.
'dent that, it rrequir,ed ,an.-urgent
necessity" tb^underteke ?th'e' trip.
W.elhad" no*v post' office,1 at-that
time',,:nearer' 'than j Hagensborg,"
tbut 'then; we were - only' four ��� settlers-above' the^Kahylst- (burnt
bridge) River anclour letters were
carried oyfany kind.smil.that remembered about it.' 'Very seldom
we'had papers'or-magazines as
they were;, too":bulky/ and. heavy
for the kinid fnend:and so we were
genei-ally^st'a rviiig] :fat [ reading,
matter^ ili'wast.just*'in'-."flu"ch
condition1 .wJien, I ^'undertook .the
trip", I mentioned7?and-">swooped
down'on ^uiefc ^ and.'un'suspectihg-
Hagensoorg/determined frto beg,
hold of, >" I was spared the under
taking of any rash, action by-that
good' and. .lamented gentleman,
the late'H. B.', Christenson,; who
gave, me about "25 lbs, of magazines-and books, increased-to 40
lbs. by Mr. A. Hammer, and with
these andvJa few other additions
I returned to my .ranch lira pretty
sfiff snowstorm, happy as a lark.
, AH this will se^rn to be a rather
lengthy preamble-to what-I.intend to say, yet, "to many that
have,, never experienced 'the
craving for "mental food" or at
ance in maintaining a,preponder- least "to those that have never
,ance vof-power in home waters,
then it is certain that Canada and
the. Australian, Dominions must
work out their own' salvation on
tfre Pacific.'
���This <can be ^brought about
merely by the adoption and am-
plification of the Laurier policy,
but never so long as Borden is
swayed by the flag-flapping loyalty-screamers of Montreal and
Toronto.
TheCourtenay "Review" made
its first appearance last week.
The ' 'Review" is a newsy paper
evidently the product of expert
journalists, and that it may have
a long and prosperous existence
is the wish of the Courier.
This post office with very little
changes of locality has and is be-,
ing served by a monthly mail
delivery, with the reserve that-
the'.mail carrier, moj? carry only
50 lbs. of mail during the winter-
months. This brings it back to
nearly the same conditions as we
were six years ago; at least as'
far as the-reading matter is con-'
cerned, as my limited intelligence
cannot suggest in what way the'
mail carrier, having, suppose, 10
lbs. of letters and say 70 lbs. of
papers, magazines and parcels,
would reduce the load by cutting
out the papers for Tom to the
detriment of Dick and Harry or
make a selection for them that
would probably not be acceptable..
- In the meantime we have' iri^
creased to about 25 settlers, we
have cleared,and improved jran'^
cUes, where, to do so means' ah
af erage -annual expenditure <ol
$100 each-(to be conservative) in
freighting the*necessities of life
and the. tools'"and^ machinery;
indispensable"for ��he work, thus
opening,up and-settling an hitherto wild part of this country. .. Arid
still'we are denied an equal treatment" with the.restof the Valley.,
Why?;- - ��� -���"    :���" -��� %     ,
.That'the wagon road doesjiot
reach' us "yet. (worse luck), ought
nofr to rbe a hindrance but a recommendation to give us a more
frequent mail service in this sense
that if we are denied the greater,
advantage twe;may^ beta"accordeds
the lesser; :, \i^ "-\". * ;Vf -   $-J
r The trail, as >a very body knots'
"or ought to know,, is open, fpr
horses (I mean horses worthy of
the name)1 at all'time in the'year,
if so, w.hyAimit the mail to 50 lbs. ?
If a horse can get through at all,
150 lbs. is considered flight pack;
;" Mr, Fletcher, the post office in-1
spector, evidently did no^ gather
all the in formation that was necessary during his visit of this
summer 'to Bella Coola, as shown
by the misstatement in the tender reading 30 mile3 from Hagensborg to Atnarko, when it should
have been 45 miles. He promised
the mail shoukTbe carried to us
twice a_mo��th,.,and a,-lfew/days
afterwards the new tender called
for not once a-month only but
limited to 50 lbs*, in winter. Why?
' If Mr* Fletcher (perhaps I am
spected the Atnarko post office in
person, beside a pleasant trip and
the best of welcomes we were
ready to give him, he would have
discovered that this is not Alaska
or any of such remote "points of
civilization where only the N. W.
M. P. carry the mail, and would
have acquired prima fonle all the
information he gathered by hearsay. Also, he would not have imposed on the mail carrier a
schedule which is particularly
hard (and sometimes impossible)
to follow in winter time.
The post office at Hagensborg
is always crowded on Monday
mornings'with .people awaiting
the local mail delivery, .consequently the mail carrier cannot
get his sacks before 11 a. m. It
gets dark about 5 p. m. during the
winter months and he has.to be
at Firvale (18 miles) by night.
This may be possible, but on the
next day He has "to coyer 25 miles,
where new snow and over-hanging branches, windfalls, etc.,
may often prevent him reaching
his destination on time.' He ought
to be allowed a winter schedule.
'. pur post office at Atnarlco has
not yet cancellation stamps, registered letter book, or,, anything
else as a matter of fact, to make
it a regular post office. Why? *
I know that the postmaster,!
Mr. R. E. Mosher, has asked repeatedly for these items, but witfa
out eliciting a .reply from, the
department.    Why?
Of courser. I heard* somebody,
suggest that if we chose to go
and get ranches in the wilderness,
we must bear the consequences.
Granted, but.how. are new sections -of the country opened ?
Was not the Lower ^Bella .Coola
Valley just as wild as this part
whep it was' settled? ' Nevertheless it had as good "post office service* as it was then possible be-
-'forVo years* from -the first settle-
inenf,passed,'or I-am* much,mis-
'takeW. ';'fNs:npw-9 years, singe
"the Uppfer yalley .'was'/settled;
and witft the .increased facility of
steamboat service, roads;increase
in settler's,- etc, it is'still regarded
as ^'disorganized district. -Why?
. It is high time it should be
,6rganized^-  ' ,
" The:last point I wish to explain
is that a single monthly service
does not help us very much, although it is better than nope, Most
of us as are scattered on a consid-
vable -mileage, must walk from 7
to 20 miles to the post office to
get our "mails, and sometimes it
is not possible to make connection with the arrival of the mail
carrier, so "that if we get a request by letter in regard to some
business���say today December 4,
our reply would be carried down
on January 4, the counter-reply
Are You Interested
In Watches and
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IF YOU HAVE TO BUY A
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Vancouver, B. C.
GEORGE E. TROREY
( Managing Director
lew
.. Mk.DE.UJ
��**��*
received on February 4, and the
final settlement arrived at March
4���this may apply to any business
orwhen we enquire for quotations
and then order what we want.
Four months! Why, it is suggestive of, ,Lhass, in .Thibet,-or Tim-
buctqo, or any other outlandish
settlement) and we are only one
day's travel from the; next post
office. As it is; in a case0of com-
parative.jurgencl, it is'quicker to
go down to Firvale, otherwise, we
have to burden the weary travell-
er-and convert him to an ariibu-
lant post office. All this would
be obviated if we , shouldi be
treated on,a,par with the rest of
the Bella Coola Valley, with' this
advantage���that the mail carrier,
coming oftener, would have the
amount of maU'more evenly divided as regards weight, and a
more open .trail. ^  ���    '
Whilst we .shall bombard the
''Powers that be" with our petitions, kicks', etc.,,and forward
them through the proper official
channels,- I believe it will help
our-cause "if the-"Courier" will
give hospitality to this echo of
most olthe conversations up here
in this argument."    �� ' ���
We-wpn't .beliappy till we'get
it once a'week! ���> ^ *'
* Atnarko, -Dec. 8; 1912,   ,
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After the'gold excitement in ^^^
T;he Newspapers Part
Did you ever think of it? Suppose every business man in town
took-as much interest in the upbuilding of the town and forwarding'all public enterprises as the
newspaper man.    He works for
PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
An Old Story Retold
1858-59, the white'population of, j5��[l
Bella Coola had become consider- '"""ieSflH!
ably diminished. ^ - ���, . ��� *?M%
, Trie" place, .however^ was st   , ^||
considered - of sufficient imi^i"
ance' to refiuirera Collector fy a
Customs and
two offices bantf^heidlb'y, J.
Ogalvy, ,Esqv\iavver*Tes|3mabkUi��%
gentleman, who resided j with h'rW'rvM
wife and two children just belou,' J��ma
the site of the present'home gP; ,/ ^jafi
Mrs Jno. Clayton."
In the discharge' of ^his^duties,
Mr. Ogilyyhad occasion to.sea^Ji
, for one Antoine Lucanage, smi?g-
ler, indian ^whisky pedlar a&i
generally; a vei*y desperate char-
���acter.
There   wias   lying at anchor
above the site of the Cannery, ��S>:?f
OHN A; l*AUtlME-M&r'm
GENERA!. MERCHANDISE
Raw Fur$ Bought and SqW
Trappers' and Loggers^ Outfits; Supplied
.Gasoline Launches for Sale or gaffer
BELLA BELLA, B. C.
W�� ARE RIOHT'TO THEi FRO^T WITH     ,
QUALITY, PROMPT SERVICE, RIGHT *>RICES
The Clarke-Stuart Co., Ltd.
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. VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systems
TRANSITS, LEVELS, CHAINS, &c, and
everything for the Surveyor and Architect
Instruments Repaired by our Experts     We Blue Print for You
For Immediate shipment���SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES AND HYLOPLATE BLACKBOARDS
PRICES   AND   SAMPLES   ON   REQUEST
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Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.
REGULAR FREIGHT  AND PASSENGER SERVICE
BETWEEN
BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER
SQ <VFNTIIRF, ^aves Vancouver every Thursday at 11 p.m.
--!JLJ!J��LiiIS��L leaves Bella Coola Sunday fnorning
S. S. "Capilano" or S. S. "Coquitlam'; also call with
Gasoline and Explosives by special arrangement.
For rates of Freights, Fares and other information, apply_to
Head Office, Carball St.,. Vancouver ; or John Haiinsi,���,
1003 Government St., Victoria. December 14,   19 i 2
BELLA  COOLA  COURIER
Capt,
schooner the ''Langley,
Collard in charge.
Mr. Ogilvy went out to the
schoone* to ascertain if the cap-
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|seen Antoine.    The cap-
he had not seen him,
d Mr. Ogilvy to come
lind have some refresh-
s Mr. Ogilvy was pro-
idown the  cabin  stairs,
who was in hiding in
the^cabin sprang out, and draw-
irig-;aJDistol shot Mr. Ogilvy, kill-
ingthim, almost immediately/
���o Afle&ommittin'g this dreadful
ik'Acmim*, . ,. , ,,
tome boarded a small
made off down the inlet.
long after that he was
, l^gai^located on the other side
���'    f of-Queen Charlotte Sound, where
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VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE III.
Take Notice that I, Jack JackBoni
of Bella Coola, B. C.,'occupation logger,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about
3 1-2 miles distant and in a south-easterly direction from the south-eastern extremity of Nahlonza Lake, thence South
20 chains, thence East 40 chains, thence
North 20 chains, thence West 40 chains
to point of commencement, containing
80 acres.''-.....- t
JACK JACKSON.
Date November 18th, 1912.
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Coast���Range 3.
Take Notice that I, "George Young,
of Bella Coola, occupation rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
20 chains in a northerly direction from
Edwards pre-emption on the eastern
shore and near the head of Lonesome
Lake, thence East 20..chains, thence
North 80 chains, thence West 20 chains,
thence along lake shore in a, southerly
direction to point of commencement.
GEORGE YOUNG.
Date. 26th October, 1912.
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT QF COAST, RANGE 3.
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Take Notice that I; Gus Swanberg,
of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation logger,
intend to apply for^ permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
jt . ,, ,        , , .    7 1-2 miles distant ana iria south-wester-
*-;SR?'rUirt0 earth and methishy direction from the south-western ex-
'n^S&cT hv   h^ino-   himsplf   qVmr tremity of Kwalcho Lake, bounded aa
aesjsp oy oemg nimseii   snot follows. __, Solith 20 cbain8( We8t 40
chains, North 20 chains, East 40 chains
to point of commencement, containing
80 acres.--...-'-- ",'���'.'���'���
GUS SWANBERG.
Date. November, JOih, 1912, .
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InUIUined..
WiJ,
' 7SWMJ& Ogilvy and. children left
vilBetla- Coola and went to reside
���   at'New Westminster.'
following   reward   was
offered/by   chief   inspector of
police':
#iaan ,��ewar&
FAS, on the 6th day of May
".nt, J. D. B. Ogilvy, Esq.,
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT   OF COAST-rRANGE III.
Take Notice that William Sutherland
of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation rancher
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted'about
40 chuins west from the south-west cor-
, ner of Lot  16, North Beutinck Arm,
[ity   Collector   of  Customs f thence North- 20 chains, thence West 40
rirlifln Aowir  waq wilfullv' cnainR�� t-h��nce South 20 chains more or
nman Agent, was wuniuy les310 ghore> lhence Eagterly 40 chain8
along shore to point of commencement.
WILLIAM SUTHERLAND.
District of Coast���Range 3.
Take Notice that I, Kenneth F, Mc
Lennan, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
80 chains an a southerly direction from
Edwards pre-emption to the east of Atnarko River, thence West 40 chains,
thence South 80 -chains, thence East 40
chains, thence North 80 chains to point
of commencement. ~
KENNETH F. McLENNANi,
Date, 26th October, 1912.
ESTABLISHED   1864
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VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
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ered on board the schodn-
ngley, at Bentinck Arm.
qusand Dollars is here-
offered for the apprehension
Titoine Lucange, 'commonly
jvri.on the coast as Antoine,
,, rfl^lM^'is accused of the murder
WafflWjp1*sai       ���     ��silvy-
'���'vT^tTCTREWARD will be paid to any
}v*l ; ^m^Bori" handing over the said
eo{^xl!l^^9ine to any police authori-
British
-,1,-1M^fe)f the -colony  of
',' '-llColtimbia.
V3yp![is-Excellency's command,
, C. Brew,
Date, November 20th, 19U.
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
Chief-Inspector of Police.
DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE III.
Take Notice that Raiza McMillan of
Vancouver, B. C.,' occupation married
woman, intends to apply for permission
DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE 3.
Take Notice that James Pearson
Wright, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation
logger, intends toapply for permission to
purchase the following described land: '
Commencing .at a post planted about
four miles distant and in a southwesterly direction from the western
extremity of Kwalcho Lake, thence!
South 40 chains, thence West 40 chains, !
thence North.40 chains, thence East 40
chains to point of commencement, com-
prisir^ 160 acres.
JAMES PEARSON WRIGHT.
Date 26th AugjitU, 1912.
Boots and Shoes
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VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT
FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD
Surveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train
lies a Speciality .
to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about
20 chains distant and in a northerly di
rection from the south-west 'corner of
Section 5, Township 10,' thence East 20
chains, thence South 20 chains, thence
West 20 chains, thence North 20 Chains
to point of commencement, containing
40 acres.
RAIZA MCMILLAN.
Date. November 15th. 1912.
���^m^ ^.stm nster,
r$fflB&6th May, 1865.
' The establishing of banks on
Australian warships will be a
great convenience for, sailors, desiring to float a loan.
x      BUSINESS CARDS
DISTRICT OF COAST- RANGE 3.
Take Notice that Peter Carl Messick
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation larger,
intends to apply for permission to pur- j
chase the fallowing described land: |
Commencing at a post planted about j
five and a half miles distant and in n i
south-westerly dirtcUon from the western extremity of Kwaichi; Lake, thence
South 40 chains, thence West 40 chairs,
thence North 40 chains, thence East 4U
chains to point of commencement, comprising 160 acres.
PETER CARL MESSICK.
Date 25th August, 1912.
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VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE III.
Take Notice that Annie K. Davies,
of Appleton, England; occupation married woman, intends to apply for per-
W\.MEYERSTEIN
British Columbia Land Surveyor
VICTORIA, B.C.
P.O. Box 1579
mission to purchase the following de
scribed land:  '    -
Commencing-at a post planted at the
North-West corner of the South half of
the North-West quarter of the East half
of the South-West quarter of Section
13, Township 8.
ANNIE KENYON DAVIES.
Date, 17th Autniat, W12.
VANCOU-VEEIAN0 DISTRICT
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ings and
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Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed   Pants,   Overalls,
Mrtf-i|<��A,.F)K*-class Watch Repair!
liUlll,C"(jone at rcMOnabl�� prices.
AR work guaranteed and post.il
charges paid. A<Uress alt work '��
P. G. NOOT, 942 View Street
VICTORIA, B. C.
DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE 3.
Take Notice that George Henry
Burt, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
logger, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post Ranted about
two miles distant ana in a south-westerly direction from the western extremity
of Kwalcho Lake.thenctt South 40 chains,
thence West 80 chains, thence North 40
chains, thence East 80 chains to point of
commencement, comprising 320 acres.
.GEORGE HENRY BURT.
Date 25th August. W12.
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
F ^yOU intend Building let us estimate the cost of Construction for you
We supply Materials of all Kinds       No extra charge for
Plans and Specifications Satisfaction Guaranteed-:-";'_������;
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
BELLA CQ0LA        British Columbia
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District of Coast���Range 3.
Take Notick that I, Hubert G. Ilal-
ler, of Victoria, oceuiiation Broker, intend to applyforpermission lo purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing hi a post planted about
160 chains south of. Lonesome Lake to
*he east of the Atnarko Rivpr, thence
West 40 chains, thence South SO chain,*,
tberico E:ist 40 chains, thence North S9
chains, to point of commencement.
UtlHEUT G.  1IALLER.
Date, 2GOi Oeiubcr. 1'J12.
VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT
Tents,  Hand Knit Sweater Goods and
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B. FILLIP JACOBSEN
i Agent for and Owner of
FARM, XMBER L\ND3 AND WATER POWER
- IN BELA COOLA AND0 VIGINhT
TEN ACRE FAR5IS A SPECIALITY
���| After a residence of 30 years I have acquired
a thorough ��� knowledge'; of th?r whole coast of
BtitisK Columbia;, ixid can give reliable information of the diflerent resources at.'almost"any'"
point in this part of the province. All information strictly guaranteed.      ,
E. FILLIP IACOBSEN, Bella Cook. B.C.
fct*^*rsrrrv��a'5&N^'wT��yt3����i
K*sha��*'.-��B:Mfejx��T:jr?a��WTaffw��^K
District of Coast���RangeS.     ^
Take Notice that I, John A. Conkey, |
of Vancouver, occupation broicer, intend !
.to apply for permission to purchase the j
following described lands: j
Commencing at a post planted about
1 1-4 miles in a southerly direction from
the junction of the Atnarko River and
the East Fork, on the eastern shore and ! |
hear the .head of a small lake, ��� thence-jj
West' 40 chains, thence South 80 chains, 11
thence East 40 chains, thence North 80 IJ
chains, to point of commencement. j i
JOHN A. CONKEY.     jj
Date. 26th October, 1912. ii
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DiStric^of Coast���Range 3.
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��� Take >N0TrcR-that Ansust'vne Marie : j (?
f Hicklenton, of Bella. Coola, B. Cl.. m ar- j ] ?
ried woman, intends to afply for per-; t B
mission to pui-chase the following de-; | y
scrilied lands: _ \"i *
Commencing at a post planted about
200 feet in a north-easterly direction j
from the Indian salmon house situated ;
about 20 miles vp tlie Atnarko river. \
thence West 40 chains, thence South 20 j
chains, thence East 40 chains, thence !
North 20 chains to point of commence- \
ment. containing; SO acres, more or loss, i
AUGUSTINE M/-VRIE HICKLENTON;
Oato, October lUth. 1012. '
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l^/tTake Notice that,Clara.M-' Procter,
of Ik>ndon,vEngland, ^occupation widow,
intends -to appljrfor'permission, to purchase .the* foflowing^described land:
Commencing at a' post planted 120
chains north and,60 chains <east of
the" north-east corner of Tucker's preemption, lot 446. , Thence North 20
chains, thence * East 35 chains more or
less to the Necleetsconnay river, thence
South 20 chains more or less, following
paid river," thence, .West ;10-chains to
point of commencement,",contaihing '40
acres more ot less.      *.    ���>     x "   " (
" CLARA-M. PROCTER.  .
Date Sept. 28th, 1912     - L, W. PROCTER, Agent
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT,
District ol Coast���Range 3. [
Take Notice that Estelle E. Suggitt
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
-DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE III. ^
/ ^TAKE^NoncE'that r Walter ^Eugene
Ratcliff of iBella Coola,B. C, occupation
Rancher, intends to apply for permission,
to; purchase^ the   following  described,
lanas:*'1 -'^ \"< /?-", \' ^ *-- st"t  "";r^" >v>'     *"
- Commencing^ ,a post planted' about
three Ernie's .distant and in a' southerly
direction from, the mouth of Ho��narko
river and on the,Atnarko river^thence
West 20chains,thence South 40 chains,
thence East 20 chains, thence North 40
chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres. ,
'WALTER EUGENE RATCL1FF,V
V&e. 6th November, 1812. *'
VANCOUVERLAND DISTEl.^S
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DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGLlll
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^ Take Notice that^William Bert Ek- ~-iM-lj
row, of Bella Coola,-3,jC.\ bccupaiiK:i,^��fe
rancher, intends to a^ol^'for permisact^^s
2 4-2 miles,        .
direction from* the nortW-west corner dp-ei
William Bert Barrow's pre-emption ��F
Hotnarko river, thence' East 40 chftiuf
thence South 20 chains, $Wnce We'stf
chains, thence North 20 chains to poial
of commencement^ containing 80 acmf
1 CA   WILLIAM BERT BARROW!
Date, 27th October,, 19_V
ADVERTISE IN THE <VCO0RIER"
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D YOUTHS'
10 in. Hand-.Made Logger
"JBEST FOR THE WEST"
Our Loggers', Miners",
Prospectors' and Boys'
Shoes: are THE BEST
THAT MONEY CAN
���-������BUY __^____
of Coaldale, Alberta, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for.permission
to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at ' a  post 'planted ^60
chains north and 40 chains east of the
^north-east corner of Tucker's pre-emption, lot 446, on the bank* of'the Necleetsconnay river. ' Thence North 60
chains, thence East SO chains more or
less, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence'
South along! river to point of commence-,,
ment, containing 70 acrep.more or less."^
ESTELLE E. SUGGITT.
Date. Sept. 28th, 1912.     _. W. PROCTER, Aarent
VANCOUVER LANDDISTRICT
There's a
Difference
L 81.1
16 in. Oil Tan Prospector
LECKSE CO. LTD.
.. Largest Shoe ..
Manufacturers on
the Pacific Coast
anconver, B. C-
[SBEJMEGbSXt
' District.of Coast���Range 3.
��� Take Notice that Leslie W. Procter,
of Duncan, B. C, occupation civil engineer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the followingdeseribed land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of Tucker's pre-emption, lot-446, on the Necleetsconnay
river. Thence North-60 chains, thence
East 40 chains more cr less, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence South along
said river to point of commencement,
containing 90 acres more or less.   .
LESLIE W. PROCTER.
Date, September 28th, 1912.
in
the Price!
A ND <A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's no practical
* ' u difference in the,value and efficiency of these Cycles.
Some were damaged"in transit, some are simply "shop-
soiled" and some have been out on hire a few times
only, biuvall are offered at BIG REDUCTIONS: Letus / ^-a
know your requirements and we will send particulars,   '   "*'*"
DON'T FORGET���That the expenditure of $10 cash
at Plimley's entities' you to a ticket which will
share in the drawing of a $1,500 "Overland" Auto.
739 Yates Street
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��.,V il!  ���������',,?  ., it  ���������[':'������  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturday,  December I4t jn.  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  4       Si*  IS  ,   4SSf?*.  -I   |  ! ,  I  &  #���������  ��������� i\,t  l'.t������   1  ill-  f  'ii,  >s .  ���������i i  3orr  3 :c  ion  3|K\  en's, Ladies' and  nldrens ohoes  ~s\  H������\  ^m  -JO)Z  jy  4.  jlf ij. .-'  ! I   *���������  ���������' ;-  ill1; '������������������  m *.  V\ *  Hi fl '/,  )j i, | /'  r  -"*,-v  J.,.,'.-,.  m  IjFT:  li  Ii!  i!8    -V  m  ii--:.  ���������if  Shop Early  ladies' Fancy Hand B  Silver Tea Sets  Dinner Sets  . Silverware of all kinds  SKATES  HOCKEY BOOTS  SLIPPERS  Christmas Cards  Chocolates  Nuts  and  Candy  Toy Land  -^6  RYNILDSEN  8c  CO.  BELLA  COOLA  ammmzExxasscnmarmsasEBEssaBasmmm  afflBSatXBBBDBB  RTOAtt^d^^^Hft^^  Late Bella Coola Hotel  FIRST-CUSS ACCOMMODATION AND  Barber's Shop and Baths .'.Building" Newly Furnished Throughout  . . HOME COOKING; White help only employed  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY;MAIL  FEED   STABLE IN   COWNECTIO  LAND  NOTICES���������Continued  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICTJ VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  District'of Coast-rRange 3.  Take Notice: that Clara M. Procter,  of London, England, occupation widow,  intends to apply-for permission to purchase the following described land:   ;  Commencing at a post planted 120  chains north and 60 chains east of  the north-east corner of Tucker's preemption, lot 446. Thence North 20  chains, thence East 35 chains more or  less to the Necleetsconnay river, thence  South 20 chains more or less, following  said river, thence West 10 chains to  point of commencement, /containing 40  acres more or less. .-''.-"������������������  CLARA M. PROCTER.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Takk, Notice that Walter Eugene  Ratcliff of Bella Coola, B.-C, occupation  Rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands:<    '-.-"'",,���������'������������������ '���������������'���������   ��������� \  li ".'  Commencingjat a post planted about  three *miles distant and in a southerly  direction from the mouth of Hotnarko  river and on the Atnarko river, thence  West 20 chains, thence South 40 chains,  thence East 20 chains, thence North 40  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres.  WALTER EUGENE RATCLIFF.  Date. 5th November. 1912.  DISTRICT OF COAST~RANGLUl  Take Notice that William BertEr  row, of Bella Coola, B.,C, occupy/.  rancher; intends to apply for penru^ <  to purchase the following described h ���������  Commencing at a post planted atiu.  2 1-2 miles distant and in a wt>ur  direction from the north-west comer j.  William Bert Barrow's pre-emptioru'  Hotnarko river, thence East 40 c)wu  thence South 20 chains, thence Wot  chains, thence North 20 chains to po  of commencement, containing 80 a< *t  WILLIAM BERT BARROW  Date. 27th October, 1912.  0m*  Date Sept. 28th, 1912  h. W. PROCTER. Agent  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Estelle E. Suggitt  of Coaldale, Alberta, occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted 60  chains north and 40 chains east of the  north-east corner of Tucker's pre-emption, lot 446, on the bank of the Necleetsconnay river.. Thence North 60  chains, thence East 30 chains more or  less, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence  South along river to point of commencement, containing 70 acres more or less.  ESTELLE E. SUGGITT.  Date, Sept. 28th, 1912.      L. W. PROCTER, Agrent  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER"  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Leslie W. Procter,  of Duncan, B. C, occupation civil engineer, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdeseribed land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of Tucker's pre-emption, lot 446, on the Necleetsconnay  river. Thence North 60 chains, thence  East 40 chains more or less, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence South along  said river to point of commencement,  containing 90 acres more or leas.   .  LESLIE W. PROCTER.  Date. September 28th, 1912.  There's a  Difference  a  "in.  the Price!  "���������AND A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's no practical  f^ difference in the value and efficiency of these Cycles.  Some were damaged in transit, some are simply "shop-  soiled" and some have been out on hire a few times  only, but all are offered at BIG REDUCTIONS. Let.us  know your requirements and we will send particulars.  DON'T FORGET That the expenditure of $10 cash  at Piimley's entities' you to a ticket which will  share in the drawing: of a $1,500 "Overland" Auto.  739 Yates Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  SUBSCRIPTON RATES OF  BELLA Cd'oLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  CANADA.  One Year , '...- $1.00  Six Months   0.75  Three Months  0.50  UNITED STATES.  One Yea.ii. .';... $1.50  United Kingdom and the Continent.  One Year $2.00  SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO., LTD.  BELLA COOLA, B. C.  Enclosed please find  .subscription  for Bella CoolajjCourier for ,. ���������  Name.  P. O.  Tear out and mail [today, with amount of subscription enclosed  hi

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