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 8.  /5  Mm  U.\  J>      IK  '   hi (  1    'tlV  i  i  1   11  AM  RSi  Do it Now!  ^'"Advertise in the Courier  WEATHER    REPORT  Compiled ��������� by Mr.'c. H. Urseth, of the  Ilagtnstxirg Gbtifcrvatoi-y.  Temperature for the month of January,  maximum, 26, minimum, 16.88. Ruin ior  same period, 2.83; Snow, 27.75.  VOL. I���������NO. 22  BELLA COOLA, B.C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 19,3.  $ 1.00 a Year  GER. President  to Become a Peer  !'3&  11 /  It Naturalization Laws of British  Empire Are Changed.  ..id-  'Mliji  ��������� !'<trnt.  :; ������< H-  "���������j (Ml.  " wf Lit  'i   1 1K-,  ������������������'<H r.T)  . Ut; ..  M ,i i ( ( .  i'.At K  'M  >'ii:iiT  iV,!  \1 M^ondon.���������If the naturalization  .{flaws of the British Empire are  j "^changed, as is advocated in the  Canadian house of commons, Sir  Thomas Shaughnessy, president  of the Canadian Pacific Railway,  ' ������������������ ' ���������        . .  will,   in   all  probability  become  ���������IfMliord Shaughnessy.  His Majesty,  rl"������Mng George, has been .'.advised  t^Md has himself expressed the  ^mtm   ���������������������������������������������' ��������������������������� ������������������������������������  < > '$|^wish that the distinguished Can-  'M^^ian should be elevated to the  VJIpprage. '    ���������  ���������> V'V.^lifSir Thomas Shaughnessy, al-  '"'tA^XtKough a Canadian citizen, was  "   40/^f, ���������     ,  ,   ���������������������������  S^XEbrn in the United States, and as  9$M       ���������'���������'������������������  shatters stand at present, he has  !&?J*? "���������"       ���������'���������  ������h.piie of the rights of a British  bject outside of the Dominion  Canada.  Cheslakee Towed  Safely Into Port  'GLIii  t\, t  ���������cu| at  ���������riTi.--  !t-< ������������������ ���������������������������  ���������J'lttc'  h.t''  ���������.. tr-  ! i I  \'> rt  .-iit  Ut}  \V  i j.- ^  11-  ' Lashed alongside the salvage  steamer Salvor and with the tug  Maude in close attendance, the  wrecked steamer Cheslakee was  brought intoJEsquimalt this morning. She is to be hauled out on  the British Columbia Marine  Ways in a day or two, and the  work of repairing her will com-  h *-i H "lSfence.    There is a report that  vrr^the Cheslakee will be cut in two  A1ra  lengthened,    but    nothing  finite in this line has yet been  ������ ��������� i -���������  cided upon.  'reight Clerk Vaux  | Not to Blame  ^ - ���������  !P G. J. Vaux, freight clerk on  the ill-fated Cheslakee, who was  charged with manslaughter by  rthe coroner's jury, will not be  > prosecuted, according to instructions received from the attorney-  general. The marine inquiry j  board found that Vaux was in no;  way to blame.  Pacific &: Hudson Bay  Railway Ask for  Guarantee of Bonds  The    Dominion     government  is giving serious consideration to  a proposal by the company known  as the Pacific & Hudson Bay Railway, to build a line from Bella  Coola   north-eastward   through  Central   and   Northern   British  Columbia,   through  ��������� the   Peace  River country,  thence into Alberta and ultimately on to Hudson Bay.    The project is being  supported by Hon. Martin Burrell  minister of agriculture,  H.  H.  Stevens, M. P., H. S. Clements,  M, P., and by other members of  the Pacific province.  The plan put up by the pro-  motors to the government is that  an immediate start at construction will be made this summer if  the government will guarantee  the bonds of the 800 miles now  contemplated at $40,000 per mile,  these being thirty-year debentures at 4 1-2 per cent per annum.  The company does not intend to  ask for any financial assistance  from the Government of British  Columbia.  ill Not  urreicler  Bombardment of Adrianopie Continues  London.���������Bombardment of Adrianopie, which was reported in  dispatches from Sofia to have been stopped for twenty-four hours  to allow the Turks an opportunity to surrender, has been resumed,  according to later Sofia dispatches. While no explanation is'given,  it is supposed the Turks refused, flatly..to surrender, and the Bulgarians, deciding not to waste the twenty-four hours truce, reopened with their cannon at once.  It is expected that a determined attempt to carry the fortress by  storm will be made in a few hours.  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  S. S. Camosun arrived  port at noon Sunday.  it this  The passengers for this port  included, Messrs D. A. Mcinnis  and Ed. Wheeler.  i    Farmer Thomas Astlefor.d, of  jFirvale," called   at  the   Courier  c trice Monday last, conveying the  regards of our many appreciative  readers at his home settlement.  Interesting  DeLate  ' Mr.   Wheeler   brought  from:  Ocean Falls a large quantity of j ��������� ������������������'-:���������.';���������'  lumber, some of which is to be j    The locnl Debating Society met  used  in   Rolston   and   Calnan's at the Mackenzie School on Thurs-  Big Armies Locked in Struggle  Vienna.���������Desperate fighting between the Turks and Bulgars.on  the Gallipoli peninsula is reported to have started- and that both  sides have sustained heavy losses. Forty-five thousand Turks and  Arabs are fiercely resisting the Bulgar advance.  buildirg.  High Commissionership  Ottawa.���������The rumor has revived in Ottawa that Lord Strath-  cona will resign very shortly as  Canadian high commissioner. It  is well known that he has wanted  to resign for some time but continued in the position at the express wish of the government.  Two names are prominently mentioned as successors, Sir Hugh  Graham, of Montreal, and Sir  Edmund Walker, of Toronto.  Reported Death  of King Menelik  London.��������� King Menelik, of  Abyssinia, is dead, according to  a dispatch received from Addis-  Abeda. His successor, Prince  Lidji Jeassu, one of his grand-  Apparatus Invented  Lessens Usefulness  of War Aeroplanes  Paris.���������An apparatus, which,  it is claimed, will cause an aeroplane of any type to capsize in  the air is being investigated by  General Hirschauer, of the flying  The outgoing ��������� passengers by  the last south-bound steamer included Messrs B. Brynildsen, R.  A. Teebay, Bert Rolston, J. T.  Brooks and E. Hanna.  The telegraph line between  Bella Coola and 150 Mile House,  Cariboo Road, is now open for  public business. The first public  message was despatched from  Bella Coola to Vancouver at 10  a. m. on Tuesday, since when  business has been brisk.  sons,   entered  the  capital  with corps of the French army  great pomp. No official confirmation has been received here of  the death of Menelik, who has  on several previous occasions  been reported dead.  German Prince Has  Narrow Escape  Agricultural and  Is *m.  Industrial Exhibition  mo BE HELD AT PRINCE RUPERT  ^r  IN THE FALL  The organization of the above  Association has now been completed and arrangements for an  exhibition to be held at Prince  Rupert next fall are well under  '.way. The executive are getting  in touch %ith'all outside points,  seeking their co-operation.  All information can be had by  .applying to the secretary, L.  Bullock-Webster, Prince Rupert.  .'.. Berlin.���������Prince Wilhelm Eitel  Friedrich, second son of the kaiser, narrowly escaped death when  an express train on which he was  travelling from Bucharest to  Berlin crashed into the rear end  of an oil tank train nearMediash  The collision caused an explosion of the oil, the burning fluid  flying over the wrecked coaches.  Many persons, it is reported,  where fatally injured, but the  prince and his suite escaped un  I hurt and aided the injured.  It is claimed that the apparatus,  which is light and simple and can  be carried in a soldier's knapsack,  will provoke atmospheric disturbances sufficiently heavy to wreck  any aeroplane flying lower than  9,000 feet.  It is believed the invention, if  proved practicable, may have a  serious bearing on the value of  the aeroplane in war.  We regret to announce the  death of the infant son of Mr.  and Mrs. Roy Mosher of Atnarko,  which occured on the 10th inst.  The Courier wishes to extend  its sincere sympathy.to Mr. and  Mrs. Mosher in their sad bereavement.  day last, the subject for discussion being "Exclusion of Asiatics  from British Col um bia."  Both sides waxed warm on the  subject, giving the judges and  audience something to think  about. After due deliberation  the verdict was awarded-the. affirmative side. ���������������������������;���������"���������.'  The next meeting of the Society  will be held Thursday,.27th inst,  8 p. m., at the Mackenzie School,  taking.on this occasion the form  of a social evening. All are cordially invited to attend.  Governor-General  Hopes to Return  Montreal, Que. ���������"We hope to  return to Canada next summer,"  said H. R. H., the Duke of Con-  naught, speaking before the  Canadian Club in regard to his  forthcoming visit to Great Britain  with the Duchess of Connaught.  His Royal Highness also thanked  the people of Canada for the  heartfelt sympathy which had  been   expressed   from   coast to j  coast in connection with the ill- j St. Louis, Mo-Believing he  ness of the Duchess of Connaught. j has discovered a tuberculosis se-  The Duchess, he explained, was i rum superior to the widely heral-  not. yet convalescent, but was in j ded preparation of Dr. Fried-  no danger. mann^    Dr    George   M_   Heath>  professor   of   chemistry  in   the  National University of Arts and  Kamloops.-James Antwine, a] Sciences, has departed for New  young half breed from the Yale i York to olfer his serum, in com-  Japanese Naval Plans  Washington, D. C.���������According  to unofficial information which  has been received at the Navy  Department, Japan intends to  build seven dreadnoughts, four  armored cruisers, eight scout  vessels and forty-eight destroy- catcn 0f furs.  ers.to cost 350,000,000 yen.  It is hoped that the executive  of our local farmers Institute will  take the opportunity afforded by  the Agricultural and Industrial  exhibition to be held at Prince  Rupert next fall, and see to it  that a good exhibit of local farm  produce is displayed.  Mr. Bob Leese, of Atnarko,  visited town last week, he reports weather conditions favorable at that settlement and trail  in good shape for travel.  Mr. Walter Ratcliff who has a  ranch at Still-Water, some sixty  miles'up ���������the valley, arrived in  town Thursday, bringing a fine  Anxious for the Pope  Drowned in Bella Coola  River  A sad accident, unhappily at-  Ootsa Lake  It is not many years ago since  the first pioneer settlers located  in this rich country, and it is interesting to note that with improved transport facilities, and  the consequent advent of the  fairer sex, the early settlers are  now enjoying some of the ad van-,  tages that society naturally  affords.  Perhaps the greatest innovation that this country has experienced was the dance given  by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennett,  which, vvith the genial postmaster  Mr. Harry Morgan as floor manager, proved a huge success.  Among those present wei*e:  Mesdames T." W. Mitchell, F.  Brewer, J. Stynoff, J. Morgan;  Miss Griffin; Messrs C. W. Mitchell and Son, J. Stynoff, J.  Morgan, P. Boden, W. Ellison,  Rev. G. McKay and Son.   '  Mr, Wm, Ellison has moved  into his new home; by far the  most commodious residence in the  issouri Man Has  White Plague Cure  Jealously Cause of Tragedy  London.���������Rome advices state  that the health of the Pope is on Tuesday afternoon last. The  again causing some anxiety at; unfortunate victim was a young  the Vatican. The recent damp] Indian named Charles Dickens,  weather has increased the gouty j who while crossing over the Bella  symptoms, and the action of the! Coola River on the ice, broke  heart is not satisfactory. through, with the result that he  ...... :���������.���������U���������-���������_ ��������� was immediately caught by the  t������i      r*   i    9    c ' st1"011^ current and drawn under  The UUke S SuCCeSSOr   jthe ice.    Constables Tucker and  _ ���������  i BroUgnton were quickly on the  London���������It is rumored that the j spot and a search for the body  Earl of Dudley will likely succeed ' was commenced, with the result  the Duke of Connaught as gover-j that same was eventually re-  nor-general of Canada. Lord | covered on Thursday close to the  Aberdeen, it is believed, would I scene of the accident,  also welcome returning to Cana-1 Strange to say, the deceased's  da. These reports are made de-1 father was drowned under simi-  spite the statement of his high-'lar circumstances and at practi-  tended with fatal results, occured j district, and falling to the wiles  of the local ladies has promised  another dance for March 17.  Indian and white trappers report moose in considerable numbers throughout the country.  Their presence in this part is accounted for by the extensive  blasting operations on the line  of the Grand Trunk Pacific.  ;  Mr. A. Blayney has put five  teams of oxen on the road  freighting for D. Stewart.,  ������������������\,;-;>'*v-.-'^  The winter so far hasbe^n exceptionally mild. Cattle feeding  commenced on January 3rd. The  M^VJ^!^ il^t rJipk i Petition againSt that ������f thG Ge1"-1 ness' that he hoped to retunTto \ cally the same spot some 15 years 1 snowfall   averages   a   depth  of  Minnie Martin at the Stine Creek  rancheree last week.  man savant.  Canada.  ago.  about 12 inches.  Iff;,  ���������'d-il������&.  ������������������Sii'M m.  k  \i  f-5-  .   it  J!  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturdt  ay,  The Courier  tency if we should adopt adif-lfleet units nor the patriotism to And It   Came to   PaSS  ferent principle in sea defence.  "Let it be admitted that the  decide that these should be used;  in Britannic defence, and you put  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by J  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Lti>.   .    policy of a Canadian navy would this country back to the condition  be more expensive than an oc-|in which Lord Durham found it.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  casional  contribution  of battle-  l  The   spirit   of   every   hero,  Canada  1  Year   $1.00  6 Month.  0.75 ', ships to a British fleet, and what j whether   Britisher   or  not,   has  3 Month*   0.50  United States  1 Year.  has been proven?   It would be [been, 'Give me freedom or give   ���������" ,$i.50jc}ieaper to pay for five or six!me death.'    And if I know my  United Kingdom .       I . . ... ���������  1 Year $2.oa | British   regiments   to   garrison I Canadian he will not allow any  Canada and to provide a nucleus man or any set of men to barter  Subscriptions payable in advance.  After several years of anxious  waiting and eager expectation  Bella Coola is at last in telegraphic communication with the  outside world.  The rapid increase in business,  at this place has long demanded  better means of communication  than a weekly mail service.  for a defence army than to main-  .^r,Tnas2rSSpi5s?btreSS shol"d " 5.000 ������'��������� 6.00������ "en-much cheap  For Advertising Rates,  Apply at  Office.  er.    Would the postmaster-general favor the hiring of British  To COKRB.-r-oNDEKTS--No letters will be published    tl'OOpS for Service ill Canada?  in the Courier exceiit over the writer's signature.  The Editor reserves Uie riRht to refuse publi- j      . .,������- .. * .    n.  ciition ol any letter.    All manuscript at writer's : J\0   quotation   Of   COSt   IlgUreS  "grains jiajmit gtiprrma rat Irx."  ���������.:_: (en^ers jnto this question.    What  Ya:icouver Office - - 317-323 Cambie St. j Canada does for the defence of   . .��������� . i  herself and of the Empire must  'be done in the best way, regardless of cost. If a Canadian navy  costs five times as much as a  contribution.to the British fleet,  I would still be in favor of it for  other reasons.  "British   connection   is   more  SATURDAY, FEB. 15,  1913.  r  A Prominent Conservative's Version  away his freedom for a few "petty  titles or for temporary political  expediency.  "If I have misjudged Mr. Borden or wrongly interpreted his  policy, then 1 shall make amends  as soon as the facts are made  plain. If he has not deliberately  cut himself off from the idea of  a Canadian navy sooner or later,;  That great credit is due to Mr.'  H. S. Clements; the energetic  and resourceful representative for  Comox-Atlin in the Dominion  house, is admitted by all parties, j  Are You Interested  In Watches and  ���������-���������i?$  EWELLRY?  Then write for our Illustrated Catalog  which will be sent free to your liddi'fc**  We are the largest  manufacturers   0f  STERLING   SILVER.  WARE in Canada.  The keen and active interest in  the-', affairs ,of his district that  this gentleman :so consistently  shows, is very gratifying, and  the Courier takes this Opportunity  The Canadian Courier, edited' ^jy to be killed in the I opinion  then he should make this plainer  than he has done.  . "If Mr. Borden desires to stop  such ideas getting abroad ��������� he  must make his attitude clearer.  If he is being misrepresented let  ; of congratulating the Conservative; party on the possession of  such an able representative. '  The attitude that Mr. Clements,  has adopted   towards   the  pro-  i .:  IF YOU II AVE TO BUY A  WEEDING PRESENT  CONSULT OUR CATALOG  We cany all lines of-qualii> ������\yfr.  plate Tableware and Cutlery as  well as Leather Goods, ��������� liracs  Goods and Ricfi Cut Glass.  HENRY BIRKS& SONS, LTD.  ������ -SILVERSMITHS.  Vancouver, B.C.  JEWELLERS AND 'SILVERSMITHS  GEORCE E. TROREY  Managing Director'  Atnarko, B.C., ���������'peasants that have a>; ly:[n-t  January 29. .1912.   prejudice against; (lorw,-^.  ���������"��������� :������������������;,:';    Fortunately .tins is !,,.( ;}>(  ,���������''������������������:���������."' Ihere, as the moral ;i;:;i (,]iU:;)1  ' .... o j al standard of ev^ry p'Tson ,\  by Mr. John A. Cooler, a prominent Conservative, discusses the  naval policies of Premier Borden  ahd Sir Wilfrid- Laurier" in a recent issue, and in part says:  "Mr. Bor,den and his associates  are turning over one of our  national functions, that of sea  defence/ to the authorities of  Downing Street. This is unpleasant also. To a man who believes that Canadians are as well  fitted;; to govern' themselves as  A  any other people in the world,  that it' is galling. If Canada is  not prepared to undertake her  own sea defence, as we have done  in the case of land defence, then  we are unworthy of our nationhood. Heretofore we have relied  upon Great Britain in this respect.  Temporarily we must still rely  upon her. Ultimately we must un-  dertake-the burden, and no giving  of ships will be a satisfactory  assumption 'of that burden.  "Ih.; greatest charge that can  be kid against Sir Wilfrid Lau-  rier's policy is that it is late in  coming, It i3 a fair criticism.  Nevertheless I must confess that  it seern3 to typify Canada better  than Mr. Borden's. It indicates  that Canadians are willing to  serve as well as to give, it affords proof that Canadians feel  i  i  competent  to build,  man,  and i  dii'eat  a fleet    it implies that  there is ho phase of national obligation which Canada is unwilling to assume.    Its adoption  would prove that we are a Dominion) and not a Crown Colony.  "Not so long ago, the Canadian  ���������militia advocated the appointment  of  a Canadian to the supreme  command of the Canadian army  in place of a British officer, as  had been customary.    There was  no thought of separatism in that, j  The men who advocated it were  loyal   Britishers.     There  have  been other event3 of a like nature, j  For eighty years Canada has been J  working towards greater autono-!  my,   greater   self-reliance,   and ���������  more complete self-government. |  It would be remarkable inconsis-''  by the reimposition of Imperial  control than by the building of  Dominion navies. Out in South  Africa the advocates of Imperial  centralization have forced the  resignation of Premier Botha,  whose record in office is one of  extreme loyalty to the Imperial  Crown. All over the Empire,  there are men; representing a  certain coterie in London, who  are trying to steer all the Dominion governments -into /ultra-  him get up in the House and say,  T am in favor ultimately of a  Canadian fleet, manned by Canadians, maintained by Canada, and  controlled by the Canadian  gpyernment' * If he 'cfoes ftiat  he will avoid a serious split in  the Conservative party.''  HOW HE FOOLED THEM  Some choice evidence exhibiting the beauties of the protective  system was given at Washington  before the Ways and Means Com-  mittee the.other day.'^ A watch  Imperialism and into-centraliza-j dealer saiii he found he could buy  tion of authority. These men!abroad watches made by the  are, no doubt, honest, but if so, Waltham Company, import.them  they are honest blunderers. back to the United States, pay  "The glory of the British Empire has been the freedom of its  compotent parts. Take away  that freedom, and the glory is  gone. Take from South Africa  the privilege of development  along autonomy lines, and South  Africa will either lose all the  springs of  progress or it will  the duty and sell them at a profit.  He then, narrated, the following  instance: He bought some Waltham watches in London on condition that they were to be sold  in Egypt. He sent them to Arabia, put a new label on them, re-  shipped them to the United States  and sold them at a profit of  thirty per cent.  Is it any wonder the Americans  jc-cted Bella Coola Rai 1 road,  'shows that he. has a thorough  understanding and akeen appreciation of the rich natural resources of Northern British Columbia, and it is fortunate for us  that he has, otherwise our lot  would indeed be a hard one.  We ���������would respectfully remind  our Conservative friends in Bella  Coola that there are other things  required for this part of the" district besides a telegraph; for instance the matter of a new wharf  should be pressed with vigor.  .'������������������ "1 in  ���������<v ::!'; i ,  !  v'< ry ((  'rfOWl'l:     M  .'ll ..   ',      I  ���������i IV \       I. t   I  Editor,' '���������,';���������'..������������������.   ..';.,.  Bella Coola: Courier.  Dear Sir,  Years ago, on   my noticing\superior to the avet;  symptoms of goitre in a son q.f a I countries and every;  friend  of  mine,   T warned','him to follow the ino.vt 1  against the spreading and conse-j civilized .rules of livii  quence of such disease,   basing!    Nevertheless it ,i>-  my  remarks upon ocular obser-; plorable fact that ���������!  vation in North  Italy,  Switzer-: spreading   in   this  '  land and the: Pyrenees,  where, ; amongst children <aim h<M\<   j  as it is well known, the goitre [limit myselfto point oiiVu.-u  affdets in certain localities nearly j of the existence of this'.dist-a -  half the population.    Much has; leaving the'discussion, and eat -  been done of- late years,in these | to competent medical nun.  countries to arrest, prevent and j    Of one thing I amsnrc'iho -  stamp out this evil, and if all the and that is the.willingru.'.v-, -  efforts of the   medical   faculty j the anxiety of the heads of ?  have  not met with a complete lies, especially at 'Firvalc, '  success, it is'probable this may "anything hi their power Us  be ascribed to the apathy and vent and stop'this evil that a1'  ignorance of certain classes of' and disfigures so many othci  titi  [MM  With such a person "as Mr. Clements representing; us, it vvould  be, well; if: the' various matters  pertaining to the welfare of the  district be put up to him clearly,  concisely and constantly, for has  he not already proven his ability  and willingness to take a hold?  cease to be British. Tell Canada j are sick of a system that penali-  that its people have neither the ;zes them in such a cold-blooded  ability to build and control two' manner ?   Under the protective  system profits are guaranteed by  the law of the land. The public  simply bonus the industries to  the extent of the duty. Infinite  care is exercised, however, that  the wages of the employees are  not guaranteed by statute or that  the law, does not touch the tender  price lists. It is a viciously cor-'  rupt and tyrannical system that  must go.���������Victoria Times.  IF YOU DON'T KNOW  WHO :';::WE:iMErBR  ROLSTON & CALNAN  in  JOHN A. PAULINE DCa,c,  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  Raw Furs Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied  Gasoline Launches for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B. C.  11 ' ii'l' M "!!��������� iii irtiiO-*-! i������nrn������������i ���������iWiwi ktm i jmrtm  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITV^. PROMPT SERVBCE." RJGMT PRICES  ... The Clarke- Stuart Co., Ltd.  - ^iattmtrm     |inutn*i5    lUiukbiuiuuii  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Biiling Systems-  TRANSiTS^LKVHLa CHAINS, &c, and  everything for thu Surveyor and ArchiLccL  Inslrumeiits 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  UNION.STEAMSHIP. CO..OF B.C., LTD.  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.  REGULAR FREIGHT   AND PASSENGER SERVK'K  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  H >  S. S/VENTURE' Leayes Var,C0UVfir evcrV Thursday at 11  **,*.���������*.*,;,-,w-^--'~\ -,,--��������� Leavfts Bella Coola Sunday morning  S. S. "Cafilamo" or S. S.  "Coqihtlam" also call v.H  Gasoline and Exfilosives by R])ccial arrangement.  i.in.  PiiuJEC'i'EU ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY,  For niton r>f Fivii'lns, Fan\s >ind other iuforniation. n\>\  Mmaii Dirieio. Cakuam., St., V'ANrotiVKK; or jdiiN Hai:n  VMM Goviiuw.viiJNT St.,  Vict("'..v.  W^, '���������  ������������������'iii-  ���������:*&::M:n wm  D  '$$ Saturday, February 15,   1913  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  -KAKQE   III.  BX'^TRICT   OF   COAST  vT$cn  Notice that   Helene   Minsos    __ _,  _  of Vancouver B- C, occupation married I Nahlc>UJ:a Lake   marked north-  woin^n   intends to apply tor permission ...   - '.,...  t^'pfl'i-chase the followingdescrioed land:  /^CJjrmnencing   at   a   post   planted   at  -'-the.'south-east corner, near the Island  ��������� in the Saloornt River, and about three-  .Vquarteis of a mile, more or less, north-  wastoi Lot 154, thence West 40 chains,  i thanee North 40 chains, thence East 40  chains, thence' South 40 chains to point  'of commencement, containing 1G0acres.  '-.. HELENE MINSOS,  H. F. JACOBSEN, Atfent  2it.h, 1S13J  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take notice that William W. Wollow  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation brick  layer, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three miles distant and in a westerly direction from the  western extremity.of  east corner, thence south eighty chain;-,, ih<-nc:e  west e;ghty chains, thence north eighty  chains, thorice 'east eighty chains; con"-,  taining 64o 'acres, more or less.  WILLIAM W.  WOLLOW.  Date, October 14th.  1UJ2.  Dale,  Januarv  H. F. JACOBSEN,  Feb. 8-Ap'l.5.  VANCOUVER XAND DISTRICT i ffi^fi���������1^.  VANCOU VER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST --RANGE 111.  ���������Takk Notice that 1, Mark Walter  Marvin, ol Atnarko, tipper Bella Coola,  occupation randier, intend to apply for  pui chase   the :.following  MSTltXCT   OP   COAST���������BANOB   HI.  ''  ' TAKr Notice that 1, Frank Broughton  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation provincial conbtable, intend.to apply for permission to  purchase  the  following described lard:.  't Comnu n<iirig at a post planted at the  ,ao\it}i-wi "-t   corner. of   Lot    No.    -i^.i-  J ^m&Tked F. B. north-east corner, thence"  ''.West 40 chains, thence South 20 chains,  ,?-'thence East 40 chains, thence North 20  ^chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.  '-, FRANK  BROUGHTON.  1     Date, J.wu.irv 31,.1'JKl. -       ' Feb. 8���������Ap*I S.  Commencing at a post planted at the  I north-east corner of 11. Harrison's pre-  | ornpti'on claim, thence.South,1^0 chains,  i thence East 80 chains, thence North 20  j chains, thence West 80 chains to point  I of commencement, containing 100 acres,  !more  or  less, in   the .locality known as  the Sugar Camp, on the Great Slide Old [ taining 04O acres, more or  Government Trail,  Upper Bella Coola.   !  MARK WALTLR MARVIN. ���������'{"������  |j:il<(j  IJee.-iiiber bid.  1U12, ���������    ���������    I     j Vancouver Land District.  |   District of Coast, Range 3.  |    Take notice that Duncan M. Macfarlane ,  of Vancouver, B.C., occupation lumber- j  man, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  .Commencing.at a post planted three  miles distant and in a westerly direction  from the western extremity of Nahiouza   Lake,   marked   south-east   corner,  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty    chains,    thence    south    eighty  chains,'thence east eighty chains; con"-:  , taining 640 acres, more o> less.  ! DUNCAN M. MACFARLANE.     .  ��������� Date, October lith, 1912.  ; Vancouver Land District.  :   District of Coast, Range 3.  .-I  Take Notice that Rachel Macfarlane ���������  of Vancouver, B.C., occupation real es- ;  tate agent,   intends  to apply  for permission  to purchase  the following de-)  scribed land:  Commencing at a post planted about ���������  three miles  west and   one ��������� mile ��������� north !  from the western extremity of Nahlou-,i  ���������/.a   Lake,   marked   south-west   corner, '  thence north eighty chains, thence east  eighty    chains,    thence   south    eighty \  hains, thence west eighty chains; eon-  ess.  RACHEL MACFARLANE.  October i;th.  li)12. ���������"    .  Kyaasreffffma^'g^^  tMmtxlEa,  ESTABLISHED   1864-  czDz:Donz:  CZ1UCL  ... >  lioc:  c  3-jf:  :.���������:iC'm::,"fJ)  Dry Goods  SI  ioes  Hard  ware  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT\  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take Notice that Allan R. Macfarlane  of Vancouver,  B.C, occupation clerk,  apply for permission to pur- I  perfectly   healthy   and  rosy  ~w.     cheeked children."f *\ ��������� ,,  Xy'Cl', Bat tlvy'need'competent and  \ -^'.organ ize d   assis tan ce,    probably  '^^Beyond the power of any resident j  . ������������������"iM^hysician --and therefore I think j  ','^M?am not mistaken���������this is a case  D1STRICT  OF  COAST-RANGE   [II.  Take Notice that I, Archibald Richard Leese, of Atnarko, B. C, occupation ; intends to api  rancher, intend to apply for permission , chase the following described land,  j to purchase, the following described land: j    Commencing at a post planted about'.  Commencing at a post planted on the i four miles distant "and-in a westerly di- ;  Great Slide, Old Government Trail, about;'rectum from the western extremity of  3 miles from the ndrch-east  corner of i Nahiouza Lake, marked south-east cor-  Robert    Vernon   ��������� Leese's  pre-emption j tier, thence north eighty chains,-thence :  claim, thence   East   80   chains,   thence ] v, est eighty chains, thence south eighty I  North 20 chains, thence West 80 chains, j chains, thence ea3t eighty chains; con- j  Gr  ocenes  vierchandise  non:  lOEZ  IGi J  GZ  IOC  ^nxious  *��������� jniothinff definite has been done.  * is** When, a couple of years ago,  #a|whisper ran through this Valley  ,xtnat some mountain goats were  '���������iJ&J1affected by an unknown disease,  ^f-Jt',created such a commotion that  ^ikone of the government depart-  ."^^rients speedily sent a veterinary  irofessor, at considerable ex-  gjpense to enquire into the case.:  But what about the humans?  ^''And what about the Health De-  -^"pavtment? To put it mildly, the  4'~ ~ latter IS rather s\0W.   -  ',  M. W. M.  j thence South 20 chains to point of corn  rneneernent,  containing 160 acres, more  or less.  ARCHIBALD RICHARD LEESE.  Diittd, '-���������' Re M. W. frlAl'.Y'lN,  December 3rd, 1912. ' Atreni.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  BUSINESS CARDS  J   A   Lrnov Phone Sey. 9387 J- NATION  BUS  MCCTS ALL BOATS AND TRAINS  Hotel Winters  COR    ABBOTT  AND WATER  STREETS  VANCOUVER, B.C.  EUROPEAN   PLAN   Hot and Cold Water  51  OO TO  S2 50      STEAM   HEATED  ROOMS WITH BATH  V ' '    ' ' '  f.M^fj/'fk^Flrit-class Watch Repairs  ;^11UL11.C-Cj0ne a( reasonablc prices.  ���������      All  work  guaranteed   and  postal  TchaigCS pild. Address all work to  P. G.NOOT,. 1353.Merritt Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  DISTRICT" OF, COAST-RANGE  III.  Take Notice that 1, 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 80  chains east from the north-east corner  of H. Harrison's pre-emption, thence  South 40 chains, thence East 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence West 40  chains, 'to point of commencemet, containing 160 acres, more or less, situated  in the locality known as Sugar Camp,  on the Great Slide, Old Government  Trail, Upper Bella Coola.  ALICE YOUNG.  ���������Dated, lie M. W. MAKVIN,  December 3rd, 1912. Agent.  VANCOU VERXAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT  OF 'COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that I, Jack Jackson,  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 disLant and in a south-easterly direction from the south-eastern extremity of Nahiouza Lake, thence South  20 chains, thence East 40 chains, thence  North 20 chains, thence West 40 chains  to point of commencement, containing  SO acres.  JACK JACKSON.  Date November 18th, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST,  RANGE 3.  Take Notice that 1, 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  80 acres.  -..'������������������ GUS SWANBERG. -  Diite, November l'.ltli, 1912.  taining 64o acres, more or less.  ALLAN R. MACFARLANE.  Date, October Uih; 1912.' ,   ' ������  Vancouver Land District.  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Survey or sV Loggers' and ' Pack-train  Supplies ;a Speciality  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take Notice that James, K. Macfarlane   of   Vancouver,   B. C,   occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission j  to purchase the following described land: | /^=  Commencing at a post planted about! (((  three miles'west and one mile north'  from the western extremity of Nahiouza Lake, marked north-east corner,  thence north forty chains, thence west  eighty chains, thence south forty chains,  thence east eighty chains to point of  commencement; comprising 32o sacres,  more or less. . 11  JAMES K. MACFARLANE.  Date, October 11th, 1912.  Vancouver Land District.  Sg%igggg^;S3g^^3HKs^  zm&mm&amsse&ssmmm&mt  District of Coast, Range 3,  Take Notice that George Jenkingsof.  Vancouver,   B. C, occupation farmer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the=following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  eastern extremity of Nahiouza Lake,  marked south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty, chains; containing 64o acres,  more or less.-  GEORGE JENKINGS.  Date, October 11th, 1912.  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take Notice that Andy Burhoe of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  eastern extremity of Nahiouza Lake,  marked north-west corner, thence south  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains ; containing 64o acres,  more or less.  ANDY BURHOE.  Drue, October 14th, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ACKAY  "~1\  LTD., VANCOUVER, B. C  lesase  f  ry liooas  Manufacturers   of   Shi  Tents,  rts,  nil  Tweed    Pant  weater  Overall  and  The Fa  OVE  S  6������  ff  X*  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST    CLASS     MERCHANTS  J  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF''coast���������RANGE 111.  Take Notice that William Sutherland  of Bella Coola, B. C..'occupation' rancher  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commeneinjv ft, a post planted about'  10 cliainr. west from the south-west col -  tier of. Lot Hi, North Bcnliiick Arm,  thence North 2(1 chains, thence West 40  chains, 1 hence South 20 chains more or  less to shore, thence Easterly 40 chains  along shore tu point of commencement.  WILLIAM   SUTHERLAND.  Dili.-,   November ���������_V.lh.   !'.*1V!,  WeWantYourLand Notices  Advertise in the Courier  District of Coast, Range 3.   ;  Take notice that Walter Macfarlane '  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation lumber-1  man, intends to apply for permission to j  purchase the following 'described land:   j  Commencing at a post planted about |  four miles distant and in a westerly di- \  rection from the western extremity of ���������  Nahiouza Lake, marked north-east cor- j  nor, thence south eighty chains, thence j  west eighty chains, thence north eighty !  chains, thoncC east eighty chains; con-;  taining 64o acres, more or less,  WALTER MACFARLANE.  Date, Octolwr 1-lth.  1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT |  DISTRICT  OF  COAST   RANGE  III.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^ After a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a thorough knowledge of the whole ��������� coast of  British Columbia, and can give reliable information of the different resources at almost any  point in this part of the province. All information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN, Bella Coola. B. C.  ii ��������� iiai ���������mumiifciWt'jji'*  rr^^ro^u^'m^f* ������������������j'ibvw.'wuv^xw ;���������������.*  imp i. \m**4*m0*mm  0)������8i������^>'������n������(><������n������o-������saQ������<)-ea������������o4Bnii-(><B^  v������na������>(0  tm^  >������BBH������-0 _  >-������BJB-<)������aB������-o-SK������������-o-e<i������������-(   i-saea^i  )������iSi*-<   )-eja&o<anra-o-������ac������-o������������iaB'0-aiSi������-<'  IF YOU intend Building let us esti-   j  mate the cost cl Construction for you   j  We supply  Materials  of all  Kinds        No extra charge for I  Plans and Specifications Satisfaction-Guaranteed -  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  lAfta^E^o^nBj^j.^jjg^jj^jggj^j  }-*sism   )������a������-i  '^SHG^O'  <3SS^o^SSZE>0*<flS3ttO-(   y^SSSX   }<2EZS><  British Columbia   j  )������sa^o^2if>c,v!SKM<>(isaiaBs-()-ttSE*-.t  )<������S33E>0-12K2><>-III3I3wO<nEE>-(>-flKiUB-lj  Takk Notk-K that Uaizu McMillan of  Vaiu'uiictM-, 1>. C, iH-ciipalioii married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following; described land:  Gommencinn' at a post ]>lantcd about  20 chains distant and in a northerly direction 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-  i -10 acres. '  I RA1ZA MCMILLAN.  Date. November 15th. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  BISTIIICT    OF    COAST��������� BA.27G-E   III.  ���������Takb Notice that I. Rebecca Crane,  ! of Vancouver.   B. C, married   woman. *  intend to apply for permission  to pur-;  cjm$e.the  follo'.yintr described land:  .'.C-ijnimenciti.ti' at a post planted about  20 chains west from the north-west cor- ;  i:er  of the w.-vLh-west  quarter of section  22.   Township S,   Ran.yo 3. thence  North 20 clinir.s. thence East "0 chains,  (hence South 20 chains, thence West -SO.  chains m jsoint of commencement, and  containinL'- tiil acres more or less situated  in tlie vicinitv of Firvale.  (fnrmerly of  Sloan) B.C.," Bella Co/da Valley.  REBECCA CRANE,     j  Dtttf. December 23. 1012. Feb. S-Ap'i 5. '  To   Land  'rospectors,  Campers,  etc.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  BmaflmeasffiiiaggBsegaB^^  ���������  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINE5  OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  ������-i  GROCERIES  TENTS  DRY   GOODS  CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE  PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY  AND   GRAIN  II  ������a iTiercantiie  HAGENSBORG  12    MILES    FROM    GELi-A    COOLA   AND    ON    DIOUCT    ROUTE   TO   THE   INTERIOR  >-o-4Hbz.t><tiraifr-o<'C������ia;>( .<:Ui.a>o*j������*af-<^������*3**i-o*kia :S;,aart������(>-������BM*<a-'ie������i^oaasw(>-������ii^o-*^^  ' *&::M:n BELLA  COOLA COURIER  Saturday,  February I  \%  9\   IcuoL-pl   [o]   [o  Tf������> >|     O     Jo!     C30EZ)  O  o  Men s, Women's and  hildrens  Rubbers and Over-Shoes  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.    ;    DISTRICT OF COAST,  RANGES.  O  m  o  Mens, Boys' and Childrens'  Suits  and  Underwear  Take Notice that Earl K. Stoessiger  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation fanner, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted two  miles distant and in- a wasterly direction  from the north-west corner of Lot 546 in  the vicinity of Towdystan Lake; thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres.  s EARL H. STOESSIGER.  Dated, 2nd November. 1912. ,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ;    Take Notice that M. H. Loveloin of  ; Ocean Falls,   B.C.,  occupation logger,  ��������� intends to apply for permission to pur-  i chase the following described land:  ;  Commencing at a post planted four-  and-a-half miles west and half-a-rrtile  south from the south-west corner of Lot  405 vicinity of Anaham   Lake,  thence  south 80 dtiains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north, 80 chains, thence east SO  chains to point of commencement, com-;,  prising 642 acres.  M. H. LOVELOIN.  Dated, 5th November. 1U12.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  [o] 1 VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT \ VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT j VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT j VANCOUVER LAND lilSTH  0  o  D  B. Brynildsen   &  Co.  LARGEST BUYERS OF RAW FURS  Bella Coola, B. C  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Hans Kaspersen  of Bella,Coola; B.";C, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted one-half  mile distant and in a westerly direction  from the south-west corner of Lot 547  , in the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence  ; south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  ! thence north 80 chains, thence east, 80  ! chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres.  i HANS KASPERSEN.  ! Dated. 1st November, 1912,  ',,.V     >        "   ,���������'���������'  I ���������     '   " " ���������    i   VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  0  o  D  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGES.  Take Notice that James B. Harrison  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a, post planted four  miles west and one mile north from the  north-west corner of Lot 54G in the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence south  ,80 chains, thence west 80 chains,/ then.ee  | north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains  ; to point of commencement, comprising  ' 640 acres.  ,  JAMES B. HARRISON.  Dated, 2nd November,'1812...'.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST,  RANGE ?>.  Take Notice that Walter E. Budlong  of Ocean Falls, B. C, occupation engineer, ,. intends to apply for permission  to purchase'the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  eastern extremity of Lake Charlotte,  thence south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres.  WALTER B. BUDLONG.  Dated. 4th=Novumber, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  o    cnorzD    o    o    c     ., ioi  ~������\   [ID   IczioezdI   {6\  LAND   NOTICES���������Continued  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Edward A. Wheeler  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted one  ^niile distant and in a westerly direction  from thesouth-west comer of Lot 546 in  the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 ; chains;  thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres. ' ;'".V\  ���������EDWARD A> WHEELER;  Dated, 1st JMovember, 1912.  VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Carl W. Brink, of  Bella Coola, B. C, occupation farmer,  intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted one  mile distant and in a westerly direction  from the north-west corner of Lot 547  in the vicini ty of Towdystan Lake, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence north 40 chains, thence west 40  chains, thence north 40 chains, thence  west 40 chains to point of commencement, compi-ising 480 acres.  CARL W. BRINK.  Dated, 1st November, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Lloyd M. Robin:  son of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing" at a post planted one  mile distant and in a westerly direction  from the north-west corner of Lot 546  in the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence  north 40 chains,- thence east 80 chains,  thence south 40- chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement, comprising 320 acres.     '  LLOYD M. ROBINSON.  Dated. 1st November, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISI-Rir/T-QF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that John Johnson of  Bella Coola, B. C, occupation farmer,;  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  |     Commencing at a post .planted  one  j mile distant and in a. westerly direction;  j from the north-west corner of Lot 404 in  j the vicinity of Anaham Lake,   thence  South 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of commencement, com^  prising"640 acres.'       :^     ;' '���������������������������;!  ; t JOHN. JOHNSON.':,  Dated. 6th November,. 1912." ������������������:  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that William Finlayson  of Victoria, B.C., occupation steward,  intends to apply for' permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  20 chains distant in a westerley direction from the south-east corner of Lot  407, in the vicinity of Anaham Lake,  thence south. 80 chains* thence west 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres.'���������"'.'.  WILLIAM FINLAYSON.  Dated, 6th November, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Late Bella Coola Hotel  FIRST-CUSS ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  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   COWNECT8QN  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Gilbert Clark of  Ocean Falls, B; C, occupation logger,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land;  Commencing at a post planted about  one mile distant and in a westerly direction from the eastern extremity of Lake  Charlotte, thence south 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,  thence along the lake shore in an easterly direction to point of commencement,  comprising 640 acres, more or less.  ,   if       'GILBERT CLARK.  Dated, 6th November. 1912. i  Gigantic Organ  Largest in the World to Be Installed  In Liverpool.  DISTRICT. OF' COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Hugo Brown ��������� of  Bella Coola, B.C., occupation cook, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three-and-a-half miles, west and 00 chains  south from the south-v/est corner of Lot  404 in the vicinity of Anaham Lake,  thence south SO chains, thence east B0  chains, thence North.tfO chains, thence  west 80 chains to point of commencement, comprising 040 licr<;s.  HUGO BROWN.   .  Diiti.'d. fitli November, lyia. '���������.', ���������'���������   ;  VANeOUVEK LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE.'?,    i  Take Notice that Joseph McMillan;  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation fisher-  man, intends to apply for permission to i  purchase the following described land:   ;  Commencing at a post planted about j  two miles west and 40 chains north of I  the southr-west corner of Lot 404, in the j  vicinity of Anaham Lake, thence west, i  80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence j  east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains j  to point of commencement, comprising j  640 acres.  JOSEPH MCMILLAN,    j  Dated, 5th November. 1912, ...  DISTRICT OF COAST.  Ra\,  Take Notice that J'uier m;  Bella Coola, B. C, occupation !js:  intends to apply for perrhissi,,',,  chase the following described j;,  Commencing at a post plan!  miles distant and in a westerly.!  from the north-west corner j,f  in the vicinity of Towdystan  thence south 80 chains, thVjH-.-'  chains, thence north 80 chaif,.-,,  west 80 chains to point of <.-,,,'  merit, comprising 040 acres.  PETER AlAi  Dat������d. 2nd Noveinlx-r.  11*12.  '���������"''!!;,.  "lit!,,-.  VANCOUVERLAND  ISTliif-  ��������� '.l  DISTRICT OF COAST, ha ���������  Take Notice that Charit-���������: ���������  Bella Coola, B. C, occupaii-/....  intends to apply for perniiK,-i,,,  chase' the following de:,(-rit.-v: ���������;,  commencing at a post planted ;.  I west and one and one-half !>,,  from the north-wcHt C(<iiiei-1,! |  the vicinity of Towdystan I,;,i,  east 80 chains, 'thence'kouMi ;-*  thence west 80 chains th<���������:,-,���������  chains to poinWf eonm;-i..-,.���������,,,  prising til0 acres.  'CHAiiLES  Dated; Znd-Novwinbcr,  t������12.  VANCOUVER LANU  DISTRICT OF COAST,  f:.V.N/,}  Take Notice that Ol;,f F,^i<n  Bella Coola,  B.C.occu;;!!;,,,  intends to apply for per7i;;..-,,  chase the following de.s-:< ���������i!���������,j  Commencing at a p<w; ilii-;^;,,/  r.  i A \ I \)i  I"'  one"Sriile distant and iira  "Ut  ���������nytlmi  tion from the souUi-wcm ���������,���������,���������.���������.,.,,-oj j  546 in the vicinity of T'^j^t^ ! aJ  thence south 80 chains, a..Jr,.,.t- v.*^'^  chains, i thence north 8<J ii,a',!^, uV, c  east 80 chains to  point >;,f cu'i.u, ' .  ment, comprising 640 acrv.i. ���������  OLAK FuSHAtt  Dated, 1st November, 1912,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT j  VANCOUVERLAND DIS'IK!  " ������'  A  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Alex Cam bell of  Ocean Falls, B. C., occupation logger,  intends to apply for perrainsion to ���������'purchase the following described land:  ;���������' Commencing at a jmat planted about  one-half mile south from the crossing of  the Salmon Rjver otr the Luitos Trail in  the vicinity of Fish Trap, (hence south  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence west ;80 chains to  point of comniencerncnt;'.comprising'&10  acres. '���������'������������������   0 .  ALEX CAMBELL.     :  Dated, 6th November. 1312. "''���������"���������  Demanded Money  of King George  I   DISTRICT OF COAST, HAN*,}  Take Notice that Allen U. M ��������� i,  lane of Ocean  Falls, B. C. i.<<  logger, intend** to apply for p������ ru  U.������ purchase Uu> following descrit;i '  Comtnencing at. a jjokI jjlantt  mile ditsUmt, and in a westerly di" *-  from (lie north-west, corner of Lot  the vicinity, of Anaham Lake, t  .sooth Ml chains, thence east 80 if  thence north HO chains, thence a  chains to point of commencement  prising MQ acres.  ���������   . ���������'���������;' ALLEN R, MacFAR1.A\E  Dated.. 6lh .'���������November,  1912.  VAN COUVER LA ND DI STRl  r*  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RAN^it Ul  The newi organ which is to be  placed in the great cathedral now  in course of construction at Liverpool will probably be classed  among the wonders of the world,  in that it will be, when completed,  the largest organ in existence.  Up to the present time the organ in Sydney town hall has enjoyed the distinction of standing  first in point of size over all  others. The organ will take four  years to construct; it will contain  215 draw-stops, speaking and mechanical, and the total number  of pipes will reach .the remarkable number of 10,567.  The new organ will occupy two  special chambers in the first bay  on each side of the chancel, is  the munificent gift of Mrs. J.  Barrow, of Waterloo, near Liverpool and will cost $90,000.  i  London.���������Percy William Collins, charged with sending threatening letters to King George and  Miss' Lillah McCarthy, the famous actress, has been declared  insane and sent to Broadmoor  asylum.  ply for |������-r-   -  lowing   lit-i"'  ,    Take Notice that Walt.  ; Ratelitf of Bella Coola, B. C,  Rancher, intends to ap  to   purchase   the    fol  lands:  Commencing at a post plant'-d  three miles distant and in a m-  direction from the mouth of Hi  river and on the Atnarko river,  West 20 chains, thence South 10  thence East 20 chains, thence N  chains to point of commencem.-i  taining 80 acres.  WALTER EUGENE RATCI  Date, 9th December, 1912.  11  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER  There's a  Difference  in  the Price I  Nell:   "Oh, Jack, I wish you  could have seen Milly this afternoon,     She literally threw her-  jself at Jack Wright."  Jack: "Ah, well, she knew he j  was a good catch."  AND A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's no pm-tica!  ^> difference in the value and efficiency of these Cy������'U'.s.  Some were damaged in transit,: some are simply "sh"p-  soiled" and some have been out on hire a f*'\v times  only, but all arc offered at BIG REDUCTIONS. 1.������-\ "*  know your requirements and we will send particulars,  DON'T FORGET That the expenditure of $10 cash  at Pilmley's entitles you to a ticket which will  share in the drawing of a $l,5GO "Overland" Auto.  739 Yates Street  SUBSCRIPTON  RATES OF  BELLA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  CANADA.  One Year $i.no  Six. Months   '   o 75  Three Months \\ o.50  UNITED STATES.  One Year  $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 .. subscripti'"1  for Bella Coola Courier for   Name   P. O   Tear out and mail todny, wilb amount of subscription enclose'

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