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 <&������   *  ������^ **-������?* ***' T''*< /"fJ,v  uir-           xu.  *������*T ^  J-ScSla presents a good  opening for .a banl% -  t^t ^ y������aMMMMg |^JM������������t������m^| muiuMiu)i  I     r   ���������     li Ml I I    ||H        | i I  com  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Mean  Temperature   for  the  month  of  November, maximum, 42.60, minimum, S2.5  Total Rainfall for same period 8.14.  ^*������8*J'-) -i,"-'**      r^  9   * >  LYjl _JV..   -     "a-'.  (*--     {*  '>r* <v������ ������.  fc-  BELL^ COOLv4, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21; 192.  $1.00 a YeaT  S;?; ''5  (i.'-  IK  e Not Satisfied  tn&t&nt Government's  1  ***���������    -  sixty-five, Indian chiefs  teleconference hela^in  nlferecently/ ?  . .#; ~#<v  tv: s G.*M: JFate jof .the.  p������Jayiii^tK%"61aims be-  L e Britts^epiumbm Govern-  many^JbuneSj'ibotn' jn  Iracesivfn^no redress for  ip&ei?UieIhaians have  Ambassadors Are  to Meet in London  .-*=& ,<���������     .- ���������    V      -       '  *.1   '- ,    ,. - ,   "-<- iLondoiu-^A not over optimistic  view of the international situation  **      1   ������j, r * ff      f      *      <4 *  rr   ���������* n, *.  was expressed by Sir ..Edward  Grey-when be'formally announ-  ced in the.Qpmthons that ambassadors of the great powers woulrl  meet -in- ^London simultaneously  witti the plenipotentiaries of Tur-  key and of the Balkan States, who  y������ 'i" ("r"v     - "*���������      '," *'i  arelto' discuss pease here.".  '.'Sm, Edward .defined the object  o,' -"-.'   ^-jf      - ���������" *   '-    ������.*-;  of the" ambassadors' gathering's  "an, informal and .non-committal  tr-s ','������ ^v      "- .  . >*" *  -  consultation which��������� is, "of^ course,  >?:*��������� : *��������� 'y.-r-t-1. * f,- */^r^ ��������� ��������� .-  an indication that-the-European-  powers are .not yet sure that-a  solution of all the difficrilties is i  Slghti r.������ -;^v <z -���������  in  lltheylreceived^frQmSSiir  cls^M^landMyom  ^I^dc^^n^PulceiofvCon^  -i^",i> 's^iJ^>"t'-*-,;*:!������i ' "^ i V*"^-*r    *" l  *������*&������  heSooto  Queen Charlotte  ^lt^Sfe^MarieAOnt^Glear,  unrcafioni.wasJ.\established  tly^etweentrthe-'Awireless,  i>n ���������eteianla<tbi>>t!pn>t  m ^Srlot^Island;-%hich  ^rSo^ictoriaTBT'C: 'iOp,  Borden's Policy    !  Will Cost Voti  ^^���������...��������� ���������..,.    .,-������������������- -���������  j <r  Conservative Members f\|  ready Quaking ,..,;  *  Ottawa.���������With subsidence of  flag-waving .enthusiasm, with  which v Conservative members  greeted Border's naval proposals'  has������ already "come reaction. -A'  number of goveramerit members}  both * from Quebec and Ontario,  after spending the /week-end in  their " constituencies,, have re:  ported to, the Premier, that his  policy -of -contribution -without  representation   is,   after *��������� sober  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  ��������� S. S. Camosun docked here Sun-  clay about iO a."m., with a particularly large consignment of  freight for the local merchants.  f. Among the passengers for this  "port was Mrs Fred, Covey and  lier infant" son. Mrs Covey will  join her husband-who is engaged  in logging operations on South  Bentick Arm.        '���������  The outgoing passengers included J. G. Millichamp, R.p. Connors, G. F. Allen and Capt. and  *Mrs Thorsen. " T -  second !thoughts of the electors,  sure to lose thousands of votes, "  "    - f- i. ^  * .-At least''five of the Quebec  ministerial", members   have "in-  formed* the Premier,that it will  ^t*z , ^ ��������� v ,���������;-.-., -r*^x - -    **:  cost 'themtheir/seats-to-vote for^  ah;i emergency ^/contribution - in  Arie'wTof/the"-fact that'n^^enier-  gencyds shown  r^Possibly^some-'significance^re-  gai*ding"the^future:movements of  fiis'4 Royal"-Highness^ attaches to  "        *. \ "i *       i+ '*    ,       *  tHis -appointment, which "has al-  , -, rv.- r~c ., "<��������� V ������"- "v    -- ���������  w*ays been regarded asoneof the  most onerous as,well as .the most  valued  positions', m^connection  wftti the Indian establisnfnent.  ���������V- !���������. ������W-    ,  ���������-",t������KlCwas:^nl5t^a^������reries- of ���������disor-'  :"/j   ^ffl!s^ comriiumcations; but a clear  ���������^s^MJ^aoe^^Both^'oneratdrs "ex-  age;^^Bpth������operatprs Jex-  fed-lr*ptings.^, :, ,\  sty  ->.  ���������~ >. ,<  &.<?  Compliment of;-:  Victoria.MrHjgh^c6mplimeht to  3riti^h Columbja^s'well^as.tb its  Srst Minister, is paid'Dtfthe Uni-j  ity   of   California^ ^w'^X^  iidenthas written to Sir Rich-  McBride,- conveying to hinf  nvi'taCtibnof the university to  feeir-'gu^t 'of honor on the  ������   ���������?���������wd&iori '6^th^l9ia Gharter Day  ^exereises'/\to>irard. -.the  end  of  aSarch, and to'deliyetthe^Charter  )ay address.    'v>v^':? *'* -   '  tt .is.-understood thai the P-re?  j'L- ~   " - ' ���������* *,->\~-.  lier, will accept the invitatibh and  i.   -. '. '        ". *���������  ?ort-has it that he will-also on  occasion have conferred upon  J���������|feri the.honorary degree^f LL. D.  my the great California university.  Empresses to Mike  +- "i *7ii?      'v n���������"1 ^s-m \������^������ *     ������������������. <-      "  ;;Rdjmd:the World  Cruises First  ji  ** w  '^..  '*   ������.     UJ.  ' Mr, Geo. Young arrived in town  on Saturday last after' a lengthy  istay in the .Upper VklleyV "Mr.  .Young brought down some very  choice furs arid intends to return  to his trapping grounds i^'Feb-  ruary.      ' ^ , [^,  l  Our readers will do wellto bear  John Anderson and Oscar Ar-  neson were up from South Ben-  tick logging camps this week. -  The camps are expected to ^reopen about the end of February.  In the meanwhile a goodly number of the men- are staying at the  camps putting in their time hunting, trapping and hand logging.  jCZIOE=D|  ICZIOEZDl  |CZ30CZ3  The annual'X'mas Tree enter-  taintment , at the ' Lower Bella  Coola SchooL is billed for the 26th  ,inst, at 7p.m, A splendid program has been arranged and a  cordial invitation is< extended to  everyone.' .'---"'  _ Mr.-Jack McKechnie who-loft  town so unexpectedly-on the-last  Camtison, is expected to .return  ������������������* " '  next week.   ,    "' -.    ^ ~"-.       '.  It was only at the last minute  ���������i that Mr. McKechnie received in-  B. Brynildsen &  Co., will supply  you with the very  best for the . . .  Christmas Table  ananas  COMING!  Dr.W. J. Qmiilan, Dentist  '. L6f:PRINCE RUPERT- /  fV t��������� -i*i^  , 9  M, ���������**l.>  Premier Borden refuses to give  direct answer when questioned by  Sir Wilfrid Laurier as to existence  of further i written agreements  with>Prime-Minister Asquith.  D  = D  Bella Coola in  Early Days  o  Will visit BeJla:Coola and Hagens  borg^for ^several:^ceks,- arriving  " . i. /about December 1st,  -<-<   v.> -^..  -) *  ' 'On their-initial^ outvvard-bound  "���������*���������'   ,j^"i~ ������x - "f"   ' f v :    _ - -~  ^rps^to>Yictoria|and\ Vancouver  the'Jtwo>ne^%G. p;ffe������ners, the  Elmpfess <ri Asia and the Empress  pi ^Russia* will make trips around  the-world and it is expected-will  carry a large passenger list They  "are scheduled to leave Southamp  ton'on April 1 and May 27, re-  >"-    * * -        ,>���������     *,,.    -���������   *���������  spectively; and will call-at GiHral-  ter, Monte Carlo/Port Said, Suez,  'Colombo, Penang and Singapore  en route to Hongkong.      .  ^rFrom that port the two liners  Intended^for the" Victoria-Van-  couve'isJTapa"n service will touch  at Shanghai and the usual Japan  ports. -  -',' w. V"-." -   '.\  Captain Robinson will- command  the Asia and Captain Beetham  the Russia. 9 *  .-���������      ������%  ���������Had Certificates" Suspended  It is "just about 50 years since  the* first Fruit Tree was planted  in .Bella Coola, and it speaks" well  for, the climate* and the soil that  some of the apple -trees are still  alive'and bearing fruit.  * --      w.���������,  < When Mr. Jleatherbell, a farm-  - s    ���������-   >.     -" ;  ������.  ing expert, visited Bella Coola  - some three" years ago, lie- exam-  ined these trees ana" found them  remarkably^free from pest of any  kind and-in a very, healthy cpn-  V*- -*   - - '      - " -  dition.  The apples .are, -as a matter of  course, very small, but the reason  of this is the trees receiving no  care_f or years, have run too much  to wood.  These trees were planted by an  American, who was atti acted to  this Spot during the gold rush,  settling on a piece.of land where  jh&w gtand$-the home of P. Elliot.  ���������^vEhis man-.whose name was  George -���������,'\ stayed   over  ten  Pilot, captain and chief officer  jot the Royal George have had  their certificates suspended on  account of wreck.. ^  years and cleared quite a large  piece of land, on which he grew  potatoes and other .vegetables.  (Continued on page 2 seeond column.)  in mind.the two Christmas ,enter . ...  tainments'/to be held oilthe^Sth Ration, that he .'was required .in  inst.-, notice of which haS^lrGady I Vancouver on important business  appeared in our columns^ V.-% " "  ^ A-.cordial welcome-wilL be ex  'tended to anyone attendingeither  3   ....   - *       - - i ...,   ,v   ^  *. j*    ~,        *     .* - " v.1 ���������"       _������������������ ' -^  1 T)Capt.: and.^Mrs Thorsen''twill  spend X-mas with" their, daughter  Mrs Per'ciynUNoot/ -of^Victoria?  It is worthy, of -mention that Captr  -Thorsen,, the - .earliest of . Bella  Coola's  early': settlers,"' Has"" riot  ^ -* *     *   - '-   ,    ->    ������������������ -  v-    .  visited'any of our coast cities for  some 21 years.     .       ;; - V.  S Capt. -Thorsen," like:many an-  other retired sea-captain on giv-  ing up the sea took to farming,  Jhis beautiful home farm in Bella  JC6ola fValley- being evidence'of  the^success thatvfollowed hisef-  forts ih^ this occupation,"    - V,." -.  j^. -,Wl '    " ,'";f--''-^' -  Jesse :Hendricks .dropped into  towh.;Monday, bringing with him  a-fine lot of furs - which 'he "dis-  posed bf, to the town merchants. \  <��������� Jesse is ra, good trapper "and a  good'fellow and always-a Welcome  ,yisitorto Bella Coola. ",(;  ,Weareask*ed to announce that  a X'mas"Tr������Se;enterlainment will  be held"in-"tne Lutheran Church,  Hagensborg^on Friday 27 th inst.,  nb 7'^o'clock in the evening. This  is .the groat event of the year-  with'the people of the town, and  fjrom_ all accounts this year's arrangements will excel anything  attempted in tlie past  A cordia[ welcome awaite everyone.'  The ��������� public schools o'f Bella  Coola Valley, closed yesterday for  two weeks' Vacation.  Candy of aii  ' kinds  I MALAGAS AND  ALMIRE "GRAPES  ',-������i  , Eitra-Fancy  TABLE RAISINS  -y���������HI  .Miss,Ethel Carlisle the principal .of the Mackenzie school, takes  .the south-bound steamer tomorrow, and will spend' Christmas  with her parentsin Vancouver.^  The many friends of "Mr. and  Mrs A. K. Oveson of Hagensborg,  will be interested to learn of the  marriage of their daughter, Johanna, to Mr. F. M. Brewster,  which took*place on the 4th inst  at 124 Sixth Avenue East, Van-  couver. ���������    ,  - The.''Courier" extends hearty  congratulations to the happy  young couple.  *   ^ Ocean Fall's  (FROM OUIt RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  Mr. A*. E. Millington; formerly  general manager of the Spanish  River Pulp Mills, who accompanied Mr. J. Hamilton Benn,  M. P., to Ocean Falls to inspect  the lumber and palp mills there,  BACON  HAMS  ported the numerous new settlers  in his JociilT-rj' are all doing well  Ail that they requiie is a road  and more frequent mail' service,  and they are-prepared >to" demonstrate the fact that they occupy  the choicest part of "BeHla Coola  Valley.     j_ , l   '  Constable Broughton has again  changed his residence, -choosing  a location adjacent to the po?>t  office.  .   Mtv'M. W. Marvin of Atnarko,,  visited town la^t Sunday and re^ has been appointed  permanent  Western manager of the enterprise with hcadquartei-s in Vancouver. Mr. A. B. Martin will  continue as resident manager.  About 2000 men aire now employed at Ocean Falls and the  output of lumber is 300,000 feet  per day.  The appointment of Mr. Millington to his present position is  the first step in the reorganization  of the management.  EGGS  A large assortment of  EANCY GOODS,  DOLLS and TOtS  of all kinds suitable for  Christmas Presents  'Phone in your orders  SHOP EARLY  qriiildgeii  IdtojczDl icnoirpi lenorrsi && '  k Coola presents a good  -Si il#S������operimg  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.  VQlSar-NO. 15  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2/,  192.  $1.00 a Year  ^.Tihftsi-  ^%������������-i  ^������ Indian Chiefs  'Jjle Not Satisfied  -V'Sflimit the Present Government's  - *3lm     -Treatment.  ',^|������   ���������-���������  . %>fk&t sixty-five Indian chiefs  ���������"���������%%$&$ ' .  -'', ^tjpi&'ded a conference   held in  .���������'^YaVcQUver recently.  ���������"-^t;Tffe;Rev. CM. Tate of the  Indian Rights Association, states  '., fthelcase as follows:  iJtfter laying their claims be-  e British Columbia Govern-  'so  many  times,   both in  and by means of delega-  d receiving no redress for  ievancesTthe Indians have  incensed at the stand of  ernment.   The consensus  inion is to drop any inter-  ? with -the Government of  ^Brlish Columbia and to take the  .,; J^JK. up with the Privy Council.  >.>_ -~m'i|gi(iians want the same treat-  ���������Z-"  Srom the present govern-  i*-^Sia8- they received from Sir  ^;fJaii������Douglas, who bought sev-  '^^0$$bvige tracts of land - from  Ambassadors Are  to Meet in London  London,���������A not over optimistic  view of the international situation  was expressed by Sir Edward  Grey when he formally announced in the Commons that ambassadors of the great powers would  meet in London simultaneously  with the plenipotentiaries of Turkey and of the Balkan States, who  are to discuss peace here.  Sir Edward defined the object  of the ambassadors' gathering as  "an informal and non-committal  consultation which is, of course,  an indication that the European  powers are not yet sure that a  solution of all the difficulties is in  sight.!'  Borden's Policy  Will GostVotes  X   .  ^' -  "Ifflft the Soo to.  Queen  By Wireless  "%f  ; ilpt^Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.~Clear  fe&%%������&&������unjcation was  established  ***%m  Duke of Connaught  ���������Given New Honor  if^'-r'eeintly   between   the   wireless  >J ^"llMon -here and the station at  PSgffill?n Charlotte  Island,  which  lorth of Victoria, B. C.   Op-  Mr Walter Gray was at first  ulous, but replied and was  ed that he, was talking to  lluiin Charlotte Island.  ' --~, Itlwas not a series of disor-  .^^Jdered communications, but a clear  ^IMe&sage.     Both   operators   ex-  I  "'���������rifit^^ik  4  ^aanged greetings.  Compliment Is  Paid to Premier oi B.C.  ?> Victoria. -r-High compliment to  K&i-',jBritish Columbia as well as to its  j$M������vfeirst Minister, is paid by the Uni-  csity   of   California,   whose  &|^m8ident has written to Sir Rich-  1 McBride, conveying to him  hvitatibn of the university to  ^^felheir guest of honor on the  Occasion'of thel912 Charter Day  ^exercises,   toward   the   end  of  miMarch, and to deliver the Charter  -\Day address.  * ���������< ���������    ��������� ������������������"���������'���������������������������  Hi It is understood that the. Prer  easier will accept the invitation and  ;3?*SBport has it that he will also on  ,-.>��������� "  rihe occasion have conferred upon  _ / j>him the honorary degreej>f LL.D.  s������4< - *^������y ^e &reat California university.  London.���������The Duke of Con-  naught has.been appointed colonel  in-chief of the supply transport  corps of the Indian army.  Possibly some significance regarding the future movements of  his Royal Highness attaches to  this appointment, which has always been regarded as one of the  most onerous as well as the most  valued positions in connection  with the Indian establishment.  Conservative Members Al:  ready Quaking  Ottawa.���������With subsidence of  flag-waving enthusiasm with  which Conservative members  greeted Borden's naval proposals  has already come reaction. A  number of government members,  both from Quebec and Ontario;  after spending the week-end in  their constituencies, have reported to the Premier that, his  policy of contribution without  representation is, after sober  second thoughts of the electors,  sure to lose thousands of votes.  At least five of the Quebec  ministerial members have informed the Premier that it will  cost them their seats ^to vote for  an emergency contribution in  view of the fact that no emergency is shown. ?-  czzioEZDl lcnoi=z>l |c~ror���������p  S. S. Camosun docked here Sunday about 10 a.m., with a particularly large, consignment of  freight for the local merchants.  Among the .passengers for this  ;port was Mrs Fred. Covey and  her infant son. Mrs Covey will,  join her husband ,who is engaged  in logging operations on South  Bentick Arm.  The outgoing passengers included.:J.,-G: Millichamp, R. 6. "Connors, G. F. Allen and Capt. and  ���������Mrs Thorsen.  Mr. Geo. Young arrived in town  on'Saturday last after a lengthy  fitay in the Upper Valley.    Mr.  Young brought down some very  choice furs and intends to return  to his trapping grounds in February.  John Anderson and Oscar Ar-  nesoni were up from South Ben-  tick logging camps this week.  The camps are expected to reopen about the end of February.  In the meanwhile a goodly number of the men- are staying at the  camps putting in their time hunting, trapping and.hand logging.  Our readers will do well to bear 1  in mind the two Christmas entertainments to be held oh the 28th  inst, notice of which has already  appeared in our columns.  A cordial welcome will be ex-  *'������������������"..  tended to an yone-atten di n g ei tiler.  The annual X'mas Tree enter-  taintment at the Lower Bella  Coola School is billed for the 2Gth  inst, at 7 p. m. A-splendid program has been arranged and a  cordial invitation is extended to  everyone. ;  , Mr. Jack" McKechnie who left  town so unexpectedly on the last  Camuson, is expected to return  next week.  It was only at the last minute  i that Mr. McKechnie received in:  timation that he was required in  Vancouver on important business.  Bi Brynildsen &  Co., will supply  you with the very  best for the .. .  Christmas Table  Empresses to Make  Round the World  Cruises First  Sir Wilfrid's Question  Elicits Evasive Reply  Premier Borden refuses to give  direct answer when questioned by  Sir Wilfrid Laurier as to existence  of further written agreements  with Prime Minister Asquith.  D  Bella Goola in  Early Days  ah  a  Capt. and Mrs Thorsen -will  spend X'mas with' their daughter  Mrs Percival Noot, of Victoria.  It is worthy of mention that Capt  Thorsen, the earliest of Bella  Coola's early settlers, , hW not  visited any of our coast cities for  some 21 years. >'.  _ Capt Thorsen, like many an-  other retired sea-captain on giving up the sea took to farming,  his beautiful home farm in Bella  Coola Valley being evidence of  the success that followed his efforts in this occupation.      ~ :   '���������������������������,  COMING!  Dr.W. J. Quinlan, Dentist  ;   OF PRINCE RUPERT  Will visit Bella Coola and Hagensborg for several weeks, arriving  about December 1st,  anas  Candy of all  kinds  r~uA^������.Tr<m  The public schools o'f Bella  Coola Valley, closed yesterday for  two weeks'vacation.  On their-initial outward-bound  trips to Victoria and Vancouver  the two new C. P. R.-liners, the  Empress of Asia and the Empress  of Russia will make trips around  the world and it is expected will  carry a large passenger list. They  are scheduled to leave Southampton on April 1 and May 27, respectively, and will call at Gibral-  ter, Monte Carlo, Port Said, Suez,  Colombo, Penaqg and Singapore  en route to Hongkong.  From that port the two liners  intended for the Victoria-Van-  couver-J.apan service will touch  at Shanghai and the usual Japan  ports.  Captain Robinson will-command  the Asia and Captain Beetham  the Russia. <���������  Had Certificates Suspended  Pilot, captain and chief officer  of the Royal George have had  their certificates   suspended  on I potatoes and other, vegetables  aCCOUnt Of Wreck. j        {Continued on page 2 second column.)  It is just about 50 years since  the first Fruit Tree was planted  in Bella Coola, and it speaks well  s  for the climate and the soil that  some of the apple trees are still  alive and bearing fruit.  When Mr.-Heatherbell, a'farming expert, visited Bella Coola  some three years ago, he examined these trees and found them  remarkably free from pest of any  kind and in a very healthy condition.      -     y  _"'"';'       .' '"    "  The apples are, as a matter-of-  course, very small, but the reason  of this is the trees receiving no.  care for years, have run too much  to wood.  These trees were planted by an  American, who was attracted to  this spot during the gold rush,  settling on. a piece.of land where  .nQW stands the home of P. Elliot.  ���������^This man whose name was  George ������������������,   stayed   over  ten  years and cleared quite a large  piece of land, on which he grew  Jesse Hendricks dropped into  town Monday, bringing with him  a fine lot,of furs which he disposed of to the town merchants.  Jesse is a good trapper and a  goodfellow and always-a^elcorne  visitor to Bella Coola.  Miss Ethel Carlisle the principal of the Mackenzie school, takes  the south-bound steamer tomorrow, and will "spend Christmas  with her parents in Vancouver.  MALAGAS AND  ALMIRE GRAPES  Extra-Fancy  TABLE RAISINS  BACON  We are"asked to announce that  a X'mas Tr3e:���������entertairiment will  be held,iiv~the Lutheran Church,  .Hagensb.org,.on Friday'27th inst,  at 7:o'clock.in;the evening. This  is the great event of the year  with the people of the town, and  from all accounts this year's arrangements will -excel anything,  attempted in the past:  A cordial welcome awaits every-'  one.    .   Mr.'M. W. Marvin..Qf Atnarko,.  visited town last Sunday and reported the numerous new settlers  ���������in his locality are all doing; well.  Ail that they require is u road  and more frequent mail service,  and they are prepared to demonstrate the fact that they occupy  the choicest part of Be'ila Coola  Valley. .    ._ ^ -  Constable Broughton ha? again  changed his residence, -choosing  a location adjacent to the pof.-t  office.  The many friends of Mr. and  Mrs A. K. Oveson of Hagensborg,  will be interested to learn of the  marriage of their daughter, Johanna, to Mr. F. M. Brewster,  which took^place on the 4th inst  at 124 Sixth Avenue East, Vancouver.  The. "Courier" extends hearty  congratulations to the happy  young couple.  Ocean Fails  (FROM OUH RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  Mr. A. E. Millington, formerly  general manager of the Spanish  River Pulp Mills, who accompanied Mr. J. Hamilton Benn,  M.P., to Ocean Falls to inspect  the lumber and palp mills there,  has been appointed permanent  Western manager of the enterprise with headquarters in'Vancouver. Mr. A. B. Martin will  continue as resident manager.  About 2000 men are now employed at Ocean Falls and the  output of lumber is 300,000 feet  per day.  The appointment of Mr. Millington to his present position is  the first step in the reorganization  of the management  BUTTER, CHEESE  A large assortment of  FANCY GOODS,  DOLLS and TOYS  of all kinds suitable for  'Christmas Presents  Th  ione in your orders  h  SHOP EARLY  IcmoEZDl lc30t^>| lcnorrsl 3  t   -  BELLA   COOLA  COURIER  Saturday,  December 21,  J  llie Courier  iows.''   There are those to whom; 9*  l X'mas brings back pleasant me-  |  ������������;  FOBLISHEDWEEKLY AT BELLA C0d^BY!e hOme.with thdUghlS of 1  *hk Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd. ; ������  . ���������  .; those dear ones long since passed i  Christmas "In Other Lands  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada  I; Year $1-00  i Mentha '....'    0.75  3 Month*   0.50  United Slates  I away.    There are those who are  bearing burdens of  sorrow, of ������:  care, of sickness and of disappointment.    They are the other  I  I  ? t  Y*a* S*-50   fellows.  Ucifced Kingdom  1  S/Year  . $2.00  Subscriptions payable in advance.  *-m������       *��������� "������������������  Subscribers, not receiving their copy  -'-: tular3;.' please notify the management  I once.   'Changes in address shpuld be  ��������� ?nt ii: as nocr. &s noasible.   *  -'OB  Adv������utisin������ Rates,  Apply at  ~A       . Office.  'Kg f'OTiresrpovtjENTf-���������>������o letters will be published  ..������>-. -: > C'.t.f.-; '-*crjj! </vcr the writer's siEnatuie.  'liiK jJd.iir ... ss.-tei ice r^iit lu leTUse su'oli-  " cr.t on of an/ letter.    A.i ru.inU-.enpt tt writer's  -* ris'f.  Vaaccarcr Dice.- - 317-323 Carabie St.  ���������0ahu5 ^ctwli Huprana ?3t iex."  SATURDAY,. DEC. 2", 1912.  c*  Greetings!/  "'r'The 'Courier in this - its first  v Christmas issue, takes the ' opportunity to extend to each of its  readers a.Cordial X'mas Greeting,  and^trustejthat joy unmarred may  attend the homes of -its many-  fraends-al; thi%Tesjtiye.se.as,Qn. ��������� -  In this .jfavore'd- corner of the  world there is no real reason why  ���������we should., not be happy, for>we  do not, have'-' nor* do'we' seer the  biting, stinging,, poverty so evident in mariy 3>f ouria'rge cities:  :We see1 nothing "of the dread-  'fuTcontrastof the rich with their  super-abemdahcei- -aolev-,.to- :spen(j  some.use-  Let us therefore more fully appreciate our own good-fortune in  living in such a place as - Bella  Coola, away from the exigencies  of city life, and endeavor to make  the lot of our neighbors as happy  as we would like our own to be,  then there will be little doubt as  to the joyousness of our X'mas.  C. H. L.     * ������  qj wu u buiji ipi iuuuliii ii in nit ipi imifM m mrrtti n itrrrn n Mmr-t n ram r; -nrr-n  ���������t  The English Christmas    *     jlife obliges them to live in India,  Christmas Day,   it   might, be endeavor as  far as possible to  safely said, is the great day in  We neechpeach and all���������to be needed,  To ^eel we have something to give  Toward soothing the  moan of  Earth  hunger!  And we know that then only we live. ���������'  When wt fed one another, as we have  ..    Lfcen fed,  From the hand that gives body and spirit  then- bread.  Lucy LfiTcam.  th6usanda'of dollars for?son  1 less gilded Hrifle, a present for  '       '    t '      *'       <- ��������� ���������. ^.~ '   ���������**���������. ?     i  some pampered favorite, and on'  the other^hshd.-.the.^po.or,' who  are 'not.',abler<tov' spend a single  .'- . ^     "...'-���������" > ���������>  pent to cheer.and.make bright  -"< * - ���������'   ^       *" ���������'      r '  .���������������o)iie -if de lad or jlassie, who prob-  '���������'*���������   *���������    .V; ' ���������   ������������������  ably does .not wish'for more than  there may be enough to"eat.  Nor do wc have -.upon us the  horrofsof ,a dreadful war. with  thousands of Homes' made desolate by the .thought of a .father;  brother qr son lying dead or dying  oh the battlefield,. .  ��������� The rich with their superabundance,, the, poor without the ne-  ��������� cessaries of life. '        .   ".'  The warr'stricken districts,  wheVe the htinost eifforts" of in-  . telligent minds are being directed  towards the annihilation of,jtheir  fellow creatures.. ���������     . " ,,  What a travesty upon the teachings of Him whose birthday we  ' celebrate'at this season!   ���������  ' If the whole world would accept  his. teachings,, the world would  be better off,- and true, contentment and happiness would be the  rule and not the exception;,there-  fore .the only right way .for us to  spend X'ma3 is for each to extend  to his-neighbor the hand of good  fellowship,, and so spread the gospel of ' 'Peace on--earth and good-  will to men'/' ���������  /.  We cannot all see alike, but we  can all, in our own way, seek to  ease the burden that the other  ���������'fellow bears; and we must never  forget that there are ' 'other fel-  Bella Coola in Early Days  The  potato 'soon made Bella  Coola famous; Indians from Kit-  ������        (j  j      '  katlah, Kitamat, Bella Bella, and  even from across the sound, Fort  Rupert,"' etc.,   made   periodical  visits in,order to-gratify their  newly acquired taste.'    ' '       ' ,  ,~It was not long before the news  of,Bella Coola's"fine mealyTiiutty  potatoes, reached.' Victoria,  and  many a schooner from- that place  came for a load,, and-one of Vic-  toria's yoldest and most popular  residents told ,the 'writer', some  years'ago.irr!,-Why'.wej;hever. did  get ^ucli' potatoes'.as those from  ^Bella"(5oola:';? ^']"'��������� V^'   " ;  - 'Another American settler occu-  pied a piece of land about the site  of Tom Hendry's garden. "Among  the stuff he tried was tobacco,  which thrived very well, but was  of a rank and cheap sort. - This  mah did not stay very long, as  getting into disfavor with  the  Indians he wisely decided to go  back to where he belonged.  TILLICU&.  the English calendar. High and  low, rich and poor, all .unh\e in  the endeavor to celebrate it ih one  way or another, so far as their  means will permit. Itisa.day of  jollity and feasting,.and the two  main dishes," roast turkey and  plum pudding, are almost univer:  sal in their appearance oh the  tables of all but the'poorest.  In old days, before the turkey  had come into such universal  favor, its place was usually taken  by roast beef, roast goose, or the  boar's head, for all of which  dishes the English cook was famous.  The day is pre-eminently- the  feast for the children, and everything is done with a view to making it a notable event for them.  . The giving of presents is almost  universal, the children of course  receiving the lion's share,- while  >,  the tradesmen's, assistants, the  ���������>  postman, the servants, etc.,. have  come to expect their ��������� 'Christmas  Box,' usually small money gifts  of1 varying amounts, and which  are seldom omitted. j  The Christmas tree is also a  great institution, and has-.corne;  --.,-���������, . -; i      ��������� <}  into very general favor since the  advent of the House of Hanover  - ���������   - "      ' ��������� ��������� i     Ji  and-its descendants to the EngJ  lish throne.   ' By them it. was  popularized in England, for itwas!  originally a German custom/ and  Love to one, Friendship to a  few, and Good-will to all be your  ideal this Christmas.  without a doubt its popularity  has come to stay. ,      ���������"  On this <iay, as far as possible,  scattered members of families'  'endeavor\o unite under one roof  tree, and the elders once/more  renew their youth by joining in  the ��������� children's< games, while joy,,  peace" and goodwill are everywhere made manifest.     - "; ���������  Christmas in India        '.  Europeans whose business in  maintain the traditions of their  home-land. This is the season of  the culd weather in that country,  although to one' accustomed to  northern climates, ft appears tolerably tropical even so.  Those whoare fortunate enough  to "be, able to take a holiday at  this time, generally make use oi  this opportunity to go off on a  hunting trip, and can usually  count upon good sport and pleasant weather. The less fortunate"  ones who cannot go so far afield,  organize such amusements as may  be possible close at hand.  The native servants have quite  grasped the fact that the white  man is holiday making and'also  that he is likely, to be generously  disposed at this time. During  the forenoon they approach the  master in a procession led by the  head 'boy,' and bearing with them  garlands of flowers, gilded limes  and other trifles; the former arc  ceremoniously hung, about their  master's neck, making him'feel  extremely foolish, and the latter  are duly presented to 'him. ��������� To  the native this ceremony means  the extending of-homage, good  fortune and so forth to his master,  and is- expected to be rewarded  .with gifts of various smaU sums,  which .being duly'. accomplished,  the procession duly retires" well  pleased at,having achieved its  object   ���������       -  Christmas in South Africa  There is not much that is  worthy of note as regards the  celebration of Christmas in this  country. The fact that the seasons are reversed, owing to the  latitude of the country, makes the  weather seem unseasonable to  English notions. 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TROREY  Managing: Director  In many respects there is mucr  in common between tin* Engl,*}  and German Christmas, us nmv  of celebration varying oiv,\ hnti  trifling differences cause<i by tin  variation of language and race  Christmas in France  and wherever possible small  g itherings are organized, cricket  matches and variouf* sports are  indulged in, and a general at:  tempt to make things as festive  as possible is made.  The German Christmas  The twenty-fifth of December  is undoubtedly. a day of great  celebration in the 'Fatherland.'  The Germans are a simple people  and enter thoroughly into all the  pastimes and amusements that  are the fuleon this occasion.  An 'elaborate bedecked Christmas tree, the bigger the better,  is to be found in almost every  home, and round this every mem-  beit of "thefarmly who can possibly do so gathers in the evening, jare m������st richly and elaborate'? r  - During the  Christmas  season. dressed   and   adorned   and  tl  *-    i Af  -' /JpMjj;  Aifiatr  -were  Mg'j  - -attln  .   day  *' the s  \   /'Res  graii'  ' '   "4 'Mr  The day is not made so mv "' ^H^rE  one of   jollification   as  i.s Nt^ f, _$\mm  Year's Day, which is the rea,  great  day of   the year to th ;  Frenchman.     >  It is customary as a rule t<u  tend, the church services,'ar^ -'  visit is always paid to the 'crecher,; v  which consists of a reproducti'c *j?Jl  of the scene in Bethlehem, vei'S^v  artistically arranged, and in ni&ij-v^j  of the larger churches the figure-1;-,  fa   *h3  the people of Germany appear to  live to a very great extent upon  cakes,   which are to be had in  -.7  apparently-endless vaiiety, in all'  shapes, sizes, colors and flavors  ���������in fact they almost entirely replace, the ordinary rolls 'or bread  for the time being. .,   ���������  whole illuminated with, myriad'  of candles, forming.-a very*stri-  ing picture.  Family gatherings are usuj./,  ,held, and ih some homes the  Christmas tree is also to, be found,  although the practice is not so  general as in England and .Germany.  m%  j  A.FAULSNEpe*l*r.n  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  Raw Furs Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers'Outfits Supplied  Gasoline Launches for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B. C.  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SEftViCE, RIGHT PRICES  The Clarke-Stoart Co���������, Ltd.  &{atfnn?fa    $Iruiti������rsi     SmiMrmbrni  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 Yoa  For Emmedfate shipment    SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT  DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES.AND HYLOPLATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICES   AND   SAMPLES   Oti    REQUEST  mjm **���������t+utm**m**m**)tmmmi.-m.*������  PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC &. HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD.  Roscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.  REGULAR FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  S. S/VENTURE*I,eaves Vancouvcr evpry Thursday at 11 p.m.  "'-'Leaves Bella Coola Sunday morning  fjwwm������-.������  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, Carrall St., Vancouver ; or John Bahnslky,  1003 Government St., Victoria.  i*)P  ^wtf 11.  '91}  aft  ^/Saturday, December 21,   1912  BELLA   COOLA  COURIER  rgest  -s   of  VER.  la.  ' Silver-  llery as  Brass  BELLA COOIA DEBATING SOCIETY  A spirited debate took place at  the 'Mackenzie School on Thursday evening last, when the above  Societ^met to settle (in their own  TjiindafMie question whether or  no&uSanity is-degenerating.  jMlH&rtfe audience were treated  "some  magnificent  bursts  ol  LAND   NOTICES  "'T-.'  ��������� C.  f,|"|ibquence, the various speakers  ^'(Sealing with the subject in  its-  ditTereht phases, in an able and  i       ��������� -  .    interesting manner.  ���������"      <' t"'  -    i After   due    deliberation    the  Hid^es.finally awarded the victory  '   to'*'thejaffirmitive side.  '-   i -���������<-���������<$$.>  "hWtf/JJL. A. Teebay led the affir-  -mative/ side,   while   the  losers  were finder the generalship of  Mr. EcL Wheeler.  k       **'���������'*  '���������IJ,*'  '   SO tl, .f  >. i.'S .Nt* r  the rc-a  ir to u- .  rule U>i  les, ar-r   7  ) 'crechi   '  roductiv' V  ������u  lem, vc-^j  /,',The next debate will take place  atthe Mackenzie School on Thurs-  day January 2nd at 7:30 p. m.,  the subject for discussion being  ''Resolved that the franchise be  granted to women."  "V Mr."W. H. Gibson will cham-  mon'the cause and Mr.  H. L.  'Harris will oppose.   Several other  ���������'"laidili- an<l gentlemen will speak  oVeither side,    All are cordially  4'"!ihyii%dito attend.  VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COASTS-RANGE III.  Take Notice that I, Mark Walter  Marvin, of Atnarko, Upper Bella Coola,  occupation rancher, intend to tipply lor  permission to purchase the following  described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-west corner of H. Harrison's preemption claim, thence South 20 chains,  thence East 80 chains, thence North 20  chains, thence West 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing 160 acres,  ���������nore'or less, in the locality known as  the Sugar Camp, on the Great Slide Old  Government Trail, Uppar Bella Coola.  MARK WALTER MARVIN.  Outed Detc-miier 3rd. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT';.OF COAST-RANGE -III.  Take: Notice that I, Archibald Richard Leese, of Atnarko, B. C., occupation  rancher, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted on the  Great Slide, Old Government Trail, about  3.-miles, from the north-east corner of  Richard Vernon Leese's pre-emption  claim, thence East 80 chains, thence  North 20 chains, thence West 80 chains,  thence South 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 1G0 acres, more  or. less'.;  ARCHIBALD RICHARD LEESE.  Dntfcd. RcM.'VY. MARVIN,  De<:������!lnb������r 3rd, 1S12. ',.-'"' Atjent.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT IffMmmmmammimmm^mMmKammaBmmmmt^ma^  District of Coast -Range 3.  Take Noticb that I, George Young,  of Bella Coola, occupation rancher, in-<  teqd 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.  COOLA,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  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 in 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. McLENNAN.  D<ito, 26th October. 1912.  ESTABLISHED  HOC  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ^jjBUSINESS CARDS  DISTRICT OF COAST -RANGE III.  TakeNoticb that I, Alice Young, of  Bella Coola,  B.C., occupation'married  woman, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:.  Commencing  at  a   post   planted   SO  j chains east from the north-west comer  I of H. Hianisoiv's   preemption,   thence  South 40 chain's, thence East 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence West 40  chains," to point of commencemet, containing 160 acres, more or leas, situated  in the locality known as Sagar Camp,  on  the  Great   Slide,  Oid  Government  Trail, Upper Bella Coola. ,,  ���������" ALICE YOUNG.  Dat<*v ���������������������������-��������������������������� k������m.-.vv. Marvin,  December 3rd, 1912. Agent.-  din mf..  he figure  aborato'y  and th.  i, myriad-  ery'stri-  ���������e usi;l )  3m es u,c  be found, (V  is not so  and .Cur-  1l.;A^ftROY Phone Scy. 9387 J. NATION  ���������- ��������� ��������� ^y#" .    tSSSp  (EETS ALL BOATS AND TRAINS  Hotel Winters  ft^eOrlj'/iBGOrT AND WATER STREETS  "'^M VANCOUVER, B. C.  .- *$���������������    i_EIJI������ppEAN    PLAN    HOT AND COLD WATER  tSl|6b TO $2 SO     STEAM  HEATED  '^mvy ������������������   ROOMS WITH BATH  ���������1^g'^--.  jilwp.F'irst-class ,Watch Repairs  ^kH/V     done at reasonable prices.  ^AD work  guaranteed  and postal  Address all worlt io  ^marges paid  ^IG; NdOT, 942 View Street  l^^fe    VICTORIA, B. C.         7AN COU V Eli LAjM Dpi STRICT  illSTRICT OF COAST--RANGE' III.  ..Take,"Notice that,1, Jack Jackson,  mI Bolla Coola, li. C, occupation logger,  aterid to ajiply for permission to pur-  ��������� base the following described land:,  Commencing at a post planted about  i L-2 miles distant and in a south-easterly direction, from the south-eastern ex-  liemity of Nahlonza Lake, theiiC������ South  20 chains, thence East 40 chains, thence  North.20 chains, thence West 40 Chains'  to point of commencement, containing  80 acres.:'  V    >   -JACK JACKSON.  Dute November 18th, 1312.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3. -  Takk 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  71-2 miles distant and in a south-westerly direction from the south-Western extremity of Kwalcho Lake, bounded as  follows-.--South 20' chains, West 40  chains, North 20 chains, East 40 chains  to-point of commencement, containing  SO acres. '  GUS SWANBERG.  iJule. November 19th. 1312.  VANCOUVER L AN D DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Noticb 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 chains west from the sodth-west corner of Lot 16, North Bcntinck Arm,  thence Norih 20 chains, thence West 40  chains, thence South 20 chains more or  lcs-5 to shore, thence Easterly 40 chains  along shore to point of commencement.  WILLIAM SUTHERLAND.  Ontc. November 23'b, 1312. ,  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE 3.  Take Notice that James' Pearson'  Wright, bf Vancouver, B. C, occupation  logger, intends toapply for permission to  jmrchase 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 chaint:.  thence North 40 chains, thence East 40  chains to p<jint of commencement, comprising 160 acres.  JAMLS PEARSON WRIGHT.  Date,25th Autfunt, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Dry Goods  oceries  &G  H  30E  DISTRICT OF COAST- RANGE 3.  ������������������TakeNoticb that Peter Carl Messick  of Vancouver, B. C., occupation lugger,  intends to apply for perniiesioi: to purchase the followingdeseribed la; d:  Commencing at a fx>st planted', about  five and a half miles distant and in a  south-westerly direction from the western extremity of Kwalcho Lake, theiice  South 40 chains, (hence.West 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence Eai;t 40  chains to point ol^commence/Tient, comprising-160 acres. '-���������;.������������������:.'  PETER CARL MESSICK.  Dato 26th Aujfum, 1U12^ ���������.>,  araware  enera  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Sun eyors', Loggers^ and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  ,-fv^fcf������.ivyf������t<yvf,^-3 r-^������������������������j?:*v~*"^--������r������>jV ^^^"y-.y-rtt<,t;->,r **'r "���������������-"-.*'  -��������� .*>"  eHsfS!J  a tpns. i". n* ��������� a,. f. l Owme A.  ~++������FK ���������*'���������������������  r  ^  VANCOUVER LAN D DISTRICT  , DISTRICT OF; COAST-RANGE ?..  Takk NOTICE that George rlenry  Burt, of Vancouver, B. C, occup.atitn>  logger, intends to apply for pyrim'ssjci.  to purchaee tlie following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  two miles distant and in a south-westerly direction from the western extremity  of Kwalcho Lako,tlience South 40 chain?;,  thence West 80 'chains, .thence North 40  chains, thence East 80 chains to point of  commencement, comprising 3*20,acres.  \, ���������".. GEORGE HENRI' BURT.  Date 2&tb Auifuat, l'jl^.  *?  VAN COU VER LAND DISTRICT  <r^rrr  > District of 'Coast-���������Range"3.  Take Noticb that i, Hubert G. Hai:  ler, of Victoria, occupation Broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted abou:  160 chaius south of Lonesome Lake to  the east of the Atnarko River, thenci;  West 40 chains, thence South 80 chair.y,  thence East 4o chains, thence North SO  chains, to point of commencement.  HUBERT G. HALLER.  Date. 26tli Octobc-r, 1912.  t������^< *  ���������?y  M  anu  -;1TR, VANCOUVE  '"���������'���������-������������������' Wiiolesale  urnishinss- and  urfers-of.'  Hand  * .. v>������  iry  exits  Shirts,   Tweed    Pants,   Oyeralls  Knit  Sweater  rood's:  and  iV  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  . District, of Coust���������R:  iiige 3.  W%:  45= ti d. S >������-5 ������^ti *3 m  IB  ���������i  u  ..Salt  ������*=!_- feu 4&i?  EMI  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST    CLASS     MERCHANTS  ���������^  t~4U*Z*Mia*+������WII+fmj;*f!fiti ������������������'.*  *.m**f*m?>+l-p****+4i**  'i.'iJlitijg-j.'iwt.i^ji  j'iaMmBUjjjai.it>jffltf'  .���������^���������iiVaiLMWi iiMWn  lib  nrw������������ ���������i^.^i  :<<���������  Messrs BURROUGHS and HAGAN will install  POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES  at the GRAND VIEW HOTEL.    Will open on  or, about January T, 1913, with full new outfits  "  RHAL   ESTATE    OFFICE   IN    CONNECTION  Farm   Lands   and. Inside   Property   handled  COMK IN  FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE  Take Notice that I, John A, Conkey,  of Vancouver, occupation broker,'intend  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at. a post planted about  1 1-4 miles in-a'southerly direction-from,  the junction of the Atnarko itiver ami  the East Fork, or. the eastern shote and j  near the head of a small hike, thence]  West 40 chains, thence South 80 chains, ; j  thence East 40 chains, thence North 80 ��������� |  chains, to point of commencement. : J  JOHN A. CONKEY.    jj  B, FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for unci Owner of  FARM, T^BER LANDS AND WATER POTO"  IS BELLA COOLA AKD VKlNltY ���������  ^ After a residence of 30 years 1 have acqum-d  a thorough  knowledge oi   the whole   coast  ol  British Columbia, and- can  give" .'reliable ' infor-.-  rnation of the dilfcitriit resources at. almost, any,,'  point in this part of ih������: piovince.     All hifonna-  tion sir idly gunra/i'eed.  B. HLUP'jACOaSEN, Ma'CooU. B. C.  -a<< ^L.tt*mi*,mm fct.n*^. p^-' . p ���������>  ���������MiWW(AM*KdU  'i  -i in��������� Mir-'*    *i -i -ii   '  - ii ' !���������!! ���������     i'      H  Dato, 2CLh Oclolwr. 1912.  w  1  ��������� >W.������M������i������nM fcn1������i>������l.il *p������  iJWWilmdm  ������  1-p   t ijl jm*m.*t\-*m^u  fii   in -fiity  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT! j  t-������������tnD-(>-4BEa������-<  )<*i!U*i  <><ebskL  IF YOU intend Building let us estimate the cost of Construction for you  tiTuiiiiiWEjaaja  iii r>i  Turn liiinOii  amaaM ������������������iift.iM  We supply Materials of all Kinds       No extra charge for  Plana and Specifications Satisfaction Guaranteed  District.of Coast���������Range 3.     j  Takk Noticb that Aiitfii.itine Marie,  Hicklenton, of Bella Coola, 11. C., mar-;  ried woman, intends to apply   for per-j  mission to purchase the following do- i  scribed lands: ���������  Commencing at a post planted about  200 feet in  a  north-easterly   direction,  l from  thft  Indian salmon house situated i  i about 20 miles ip the Atnarko river, f  thence West 40 chains, thence South 20 j  chains, thence  East  40  chains, thence |  North 20 chains to point of commence- j  t ment, containing 80 acres, more-or less, j  ! AUGUSTINE MA.KIE HICKLENTON \  j Date. October ISrh. .1912. j  ' VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT |  .8  ,g������ac^s  s9   etc  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  Bfitish Columbia  DISTRICT  OF  COAST-RANGE III. i  ���������Take Notiob that.Raizu McMillan of l|  i'.Vr^rjCjr'jfyej-,. 'B. C.";*".'oocupat,iori  married j j  wqfnan,.in tends to'apply for permission \  to purchase the followinjr described land: I  Commenciri(f at' a pGSt planted about.;  20 chains distant and in a northerly di- !  rection from the south-west corner of j  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. i  RAIZA MCMILLAN.    ���������  Date, November loth, 1912. .  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINUS  Of THE FOLLOWiSC AT OEU.tt COOS.A PRilCEC:  ���������������������  GROCERIES  TENTS  DRY   GOODS  CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE  PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY  AND   GRAIN  a Mercantile  HA  /-\'  T!I  locif������n  N:  12   Mil.XS   FRO������?   BELLA   COOLA   ttMp   ON   DlHECT   ROUTE   TO   THE   IMTSHIOR  -.m-zs^mi ^,iL^a-k.:jsars^n^^  0V-ST3.XS- 0*&&������0-���������eS3^n'������������d^<)^:33a-������ :;:!!i!i.������S,  BELLA   COOLA  COURIER  Saturday,  Deccmhcr 21  191}  ������������������Hsanmsa  :;M ��������� b-  ;.���������.:.; '.:s.. ��������� {'��������� . :.-   ��������� >  ''.VM;^.'!,  WmB  (iilii-:  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  : t;ir;i  IS  t.-^'i  '/tff.-S .:  HOE  >  C  HOE  !;!W  iiffiij'ts^  l;-''b  :|;!|lifipiffi:;:;;;::;;-o;  !;:ft;KS'���������;,^  ������s ill,  Wife  adies an<  [rens  ioes  OOuS.  HOE  HOE  U&  ^  HOE  -tni ���������-  ?w  are  Mens' Suits, Shirts  and Underwear  nOE  HOE  ^  jfi fife ;^^';;4'!,L-,'.'i.iirs  **  -������*  rfgg^Btto^   ^J**^' Fancy Hand Bags  Silver Tea Sets  /Dinner Sets  Silverware of all kinds  JShqp Early  SKATES  *' 'r -  HOCKEY BOOTS  "    "     J   ������������������"���������--. o  ,   SLIPPERS  Christmas Cards  Chocolates  * ti  Nuts and Candy  Toy Land  ... * *  / -  BELLA COOLA  iff 8f. :t^:^S^%-^:ii#ff -; I  ~ i '"      ^-r���������    7        . -vl    - ,        r ,.- r., .      -7-.   ���������  II  -l -���������������������A,i>  l|;BarterJs- Shop,and JJatfis .*.;Building Newly Furnished Throughout  LAND NOTICES���������Continued  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coas.%���������Range 3.    .  . Take Notice .that Clara-M. Procter,  6'f London, England', -occupation widow,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described" land:  - Commencing xat 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, thehce East 35 chains more or  less to the Necleetsconnay river, thenjje  South 20 chains more or less, following  paid .river,. thence West 10 chains to  point of commencement, containing 40  acres more or lessv.  CLARA M. PROCTER.  Date'sept 28th, 1912 \   L. W. PROCTER;' Agent  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take .Notice that Walter Eugene  Hatcliff of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation  Rancher, intends to apply forpermission  ^o purchase ' the. following^described  lands: .'      ;*'  Commencing at a, post planted about  three miles .distant and m& southerly  direction ��������� from" the mouth' of Hotnarko  river and on _ the Atnarko river, thence  West"20 chains) thence South 40 chains,  thence East 20 charnsr> thence North 40  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres.  'WALTER EUGENE RATCLIFF.  Date. 9th December. 1912..  VANCOUVERLAND*DISTKJfi  .DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE II  Take Notice that William Bert Bi  row, of Bella Coola, B.C., occupau.  rancher, intends to apply for perm iff"  to purchase the following described la:'  Commencing at a poet-planted nbcr  2.1-2 miles distant and in a wester  direction from the north-west come."  William Bert Barrow'* pre-emption i  Hotnarko river, thence East 40 chan  thence South 20 chains, thence Wt.-UJ ���������  chains, thence North 20 chains'to jo!s  of commencement, containing 80 acre.  WILLIAM BERT BARROW  Date. 27th October, 1912,     ���������  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DistricFof Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Estelle E. Suggitt  of Coaldale, Alberta, occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdeseribed land:  Commencing at a ppst planted ������0  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  le'sS, to the Necleetsconnay fiver, thence  South along river to point of commencement, containing 70 "acres more or. less.  .. ESTELLE E. SUGGITT.  Date, Sept. 28th, 1912.     L. W. PROCTER, Agent  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER  J)  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Co&st���������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 lesB, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence South along  said river to point of commencement,  containing 90 acres more or less. .  '  ' LESLIE W. PROCTER. -  Dale, September 28th, 1912.  Nffsfisi  There's a (  Difference I  in-      '    ��������� |  the Price! '  ND A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's no practical  L 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 lew 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 Piirnley'a entitles" you to a ticket which will  share In the drawing of a $1,500 '"Overland" Auto.  A1  739 Yates Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  SUBSCRIPTON .RATES OF  BELLA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  ,Canada;  One Year .;   Six Months .*   Three Months   UNITED STATES.  One Year   ..$1.00  .. 0.75  . 0.50  .... $1.50  v  United Ktngpom and the Continent.  One Year.. ...'.. ...$2.00  SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO., LTD.  BELLA COOLA, B. C.    ,  Enclosed, please find subscription  for Bella Coola Courier for   Name "'.   P. O   Tear out and mail today, with amount of subscription enclosed  ,M ������������������:. ^^"RS^^T7^*'*^^  '.������;:;,....,.,,. mmmwA  S^i?^iS@sl,ri  ^2l������^ilfe$i@  .. Largoct Shoe .>  Manufacturers on  the Pdclfiq Coast  lllilBl^ifglll^loF m.  S^Unitbd'  OM^^^HE^CfN^ENT^iMi  Mf^^^M^^Mm^W^^M^^M I ���������^���������������"&$$^t^ i^SfTcw"o������iS!niaU*today|j^U������ ^ount^f sulMHcriptiori enclosed  w&M������m^mSMIS0������m^  ";E>BiLfli;������^ ���������'���������'-'������������������  ;.;;y subscription  pie  Mat  beli<  Pea  brea  Athl  '''.:'*:j'';,.-i'   ''V^X-X  IV.

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