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 )5.  UA\'|;F  ii"11^  ;s,,"i.i  1,im"idt,  Kuutt  ��������� lliiriffc,  '*}">������ it  ; HARK;  IiiIm  1 ,{u.in,,r.  "WllTte  '"'la?,  ;",/d ^ i  -Olj j-  'hai  *   f  lll!.)UZ;  t"  YOUR SUMMER V AGAIN BELLA COOLA. EXCEL-  IHUNTING AND  FISHING.  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 19)3.  $1.00 a Year  ting Fatality at  -Kimsquit  Swept to His Death  River���������Brave Attempt  Rescue  n v,  DISTE'  BASoIt  then  f"rt 4������  -    Uife.'r.  ���������f he "death of E. S. Bennett by  drowning was the result of the  capsizing of a canoe on Salmon  River-#afo point about four.  and a n&lf "miles from Kimsquit  on July "37< ���������  ;'Th������ .deceased was employed  ?^ithJaVparty of timber-cruisers  jn^harge'pf J. A. Burke, engaged  ���������������* v  WU"  \ns  r.  : ^ICfcruismg the holdings of the  ?Falls Company.  unfortunate   occurrence  lace at 9 a. m. when four  of    the    party   were  the   Salmon  River on  ���������way to work.  ?canoe being caught in the  jarrent capsized, throwing  |upants into the turbulent  The man Bennett was  ... ^������ily one of the party that  '. V "i   fcottld not swim and great credit  ^'"'[V SsFftue to Bert McPhee for his  *  -"���������    ^gallant though unsuccessful at-  ���������... m '-'    'tempt to rescue his companion.  Two >of the four men at once  swam to-~the bank,  which, although . handicapped   by heavy  clothing, they succeded reaching  in safety, while  Bert McPhee,  who  is  a   powerful   swimmer,  assisted Bennett on to the upturned canoe, staying with him  until he himself was completely  exhausted when   he was compelled to make  for- the  shore,  leaving ���������'Bennett hanging on to  'the canoe, to which he was still  clinging when swept under a log  gjam at a curve in the river.  oST|$������Jmmediate  steps  were taken  '       jPSEiwards recovering the body, the  ^"i^Sftj-- ...  5Hflj������tire   party   together   with a  vpn {������. ^ffiumber of Indians being engaged  ~fir������jthe search,  but at time of  ^writing their efforts had been  nunayaihng.  i|J>!rhe deceased leaves a wife and  Inspects Harbor for Terminal  New Transcontinental Railway  Prominent Engineer Is Impressed With the Natural Advantages of Bella  Coola As a Trans-Pacific Port and Terminal  The C. P. R: steamer Princess Beatrice on arrival at this port,  yesterday, had on board Mr.-Edward Bath, M. A., B. Sc, of Lon"  don, (England,) and Ottawa, the well known consulting engineer  of the new great trans-Atlantic winter port at St. John, N. B.,  on which the Federal Government is expending $15,000,000.  Mr. Bath came to inspect the.harbor for a terminal of anew  transcontinental railway and expressed himself as greatly impressed  with Burke Channel as a safe entry to the Pacific for the largest  steamers, also that the harbor with its nearly two miles width of  water would be safe anchorage for a fleet of cargo boats, while the  waterfront is most suitable for the building of docks and grain  elevators to accommodate the immense traffic that will incur from  the opening up of the Peace River district, in fact that Bella Coola  as a trans-Pacific port and terminal for the railway has no' equal  north of Vancouver.  The C. P. R. company changed the route of their steamer to  allow Mr. Bath time for his survey and inspection. We understand that the gentleman is associated as engineer with great  harbor and dock schemes in the United Kingdom, and is intensely  interested in the linking of the Empire by All Red Routes.  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  S.S. Princess Beatrice arrived  on Friday last, her passenger  list for this port including Mrs.  Wright, mother of Mr. W. Wright  of the "Crossing."  S. S. Venture arrived early  Sunday morning bringing a large  consignment of freight as well  as a moderately long list of passengers, which included Mrs. P.  Noot, Miss Ellen Thorson, Miss  Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rol-  ston, Messrs T. Crofton and G.  Dagg.   Mrs. P. Noot comes from Victoria to pay a visit to Captain  and Mrs. T. Thorson.  Bridge-foreman Keough and  his gang are making preparations for the commencement of  construction which will be undertaken as soon as possible.  Miss Ellen Thorson returns  home after an extended visit to  her sister Mrs. P. Noot, Victoria.  Dl>  3. Knot  11  |in\.  kfi  famih&in Seattle.  J||j|||j������rnecl to Holloway  :i/t'  5_i*5p, July 10. -Anne Kinney 'andffRachel Barrett, militant  suffragettes who recently were  released under the 'cat and mouse  act,' have been re-arrested and  fare confined in Holloway jail.  j-^CY   _|p_il_ure a "Good Catch",  Bg^&vGet One of the Famous  Minister toWelcomeShip  Vancouver, July 10.���������Hon. J.  D. Hazen, Dominion minister of  marine and fisheries, will arrive  here on July 25 and remain on  the coast for about ten days.  Mr. H. H. Stevens, M.P., stated  that Mr. Hazen would take part  in the welcome of the New Zealand battleship and would later  inspect the various ports on the  coast, including Prince Rupert.  A Novel Wedding  A somewhat unusual proceeding took place on board the S.S.  Venture on Sunday morning last  about 4 a.m., while the ship was  unloading freight at the wharf,  when Miss Lena Siwallace and  James Kelly, both popular  figures on the local Indian  village,   were   united   in   mar-  Mr. Verschoyle Comes  to Inspect Iron Claims  Mr. Verschoyle arrived yesterday on his way to Tatlayoco Lake  to look over some iron claims in  which he and Mr. and Mrs. Hick-  lenton are interested.  He reports that the state of the  money markets in London and  New York make it practically impossible to obtain money for new  ventures at the present time,  but that there are, however, indications that the worst stringency is over and that there  should be improvement shortly.  As regards the Bella Coola railway he has nothing new to report. After a very strenuous  campaign at Ottawa he succeeded  Mr. and Mrs. Rolston have  taken temporary residence in a  beautifully situated summer  camp on the Necleetsconnay  River, where Mrs. Rolston and  and some lady friends will spend  a portion of the summer.  nage.    The ceremony was per  formed by Rev. G. H. Raley of!jn getting the Pacific & Hudson  Port Simpson, who happened to ., th   revised H t  be a passenger |on the steamer,   Ddy '      ��������� J   , '  and was witnessed by numerous \ that is to say it was put ahead of  persons including several mem- j about   one   hundred   and   fifty  (.  ,ti(������n  B. BRYNILDSEN & CO.,  Stock Only the Be������t Fishing Tackle  BELLA COOLA, B. C.  bers'of the ship's company  At the close of the ceremony,  Captain Parks with his customary courtesey presented the bride  with a beautiful bouquet of pink  roses. The happy, couple took  passage on the Venture to Namu  where they will spend their  honeymoon.  Skeena River Rises  The Skeena River is very high.  There has been a rise of at least  six feet, and at more than one  point along the railway the effect  of the rising water is evident.  The worst, however, was at  Mile 73. At that place, there  was a fill made in a small gulch  for a stretch of about fifty feet,  leaving the track unsafe for the  passage of trains.  AUTO ACCIDENT  Vancouver, July 10. Mr.  H. Hepburn, residing at the  Metropole hotel, was knocked  down while crossing Abbot street,  by an automobile driven by  George Grant, of 532 Granville  Street. The injuries consist of  a badly-crushed shoulder and a  number of bruises. As the occurrence was a pure accident,  Grant was not detained by the  police.  schemes that were applying for  government assistance. If any  new schemes had received any  help this session this railway  would have been the first on the  list. The big demands of -the  C.N.R. and the G.T.P. made it  impossible for the government  to consider new business.  It requires the expenditure of  large sums of money and much  energetic pushing to get anything  through next session and this  Mr. Verschoyle hopes to be able  to arrange for.  Mr. Verschoyle states that Mr.  H. Clements, M.P. for Comox-  Atlin, was in the front ranks in  the battle for government recognition, and certainly deserves  much credit for the time and  hard work he gave to the project.  Mr. J. M. Rolston is awaiting  horses which he expects to shortly arrive from the interior in the  charge of Mr. R. Lowe, when he  intends making a trip through  part of the interior.  Mr. T. Crofton will spend a  couple of months in Bella Coola.  Miss Olson comes to visit her  three brothers at Hagensborg,  one of whom recently had the  misfortune to meet with a serious  accident by falling on a double-  bitted axe.  We are pleased to state that  the injured man is progressing  favorably and is well on the road  towards complete recovery.  Frank Johnson arrived in town  on Sunday last, leaving the next  day with a full load of supplies  for the road-camp in the Upper  Valley.        Mr. Percy Gadsden left on  Tuesday for a six weeks' trip  through the interior.  Mr. George Dagg who is part-  owner of the Kleena Kleene iron  mines left town on Tuesday.  Mr. Dagg intends visiting the  property in order to inspect the  the progress made towards development.  The C. P. R. steamer Princess  Ena, Captain Douglas Robertson,  docked here on Wednesday last  bringing the material for the new  bridge to be constructed over  the Necleetsconnay River.  The new bridge will be built  immediately alongside the present one, thus necessitating very  slight alteration to the present  road.         -  Captain Robertson, while the  Princess Ena was unloading, took  the opportunity of enjoying a  short drive up the valley and renewing the acquaintance of numerous people who have pleasant  remembrances of him as chief  officer of S.S. Tees, which regularly visited this port some years  ago.    A Sporting Crew  Every evening numbers of ardent sportsmen may be seen  thrashing the waters of the Necleetsconnay river and last Wednesday their numbers were augmented by several members of  the S.S. Princess Ena's company,  including Captain Robertson and  Mr. L.- March, joining the local  rod-men in levying toll on our  well-stocked rivers.  Fine sport was indulged in,  even the fish showed a desire for  closer acquaintance with their  visitors, the popular skipper of the  Princess Ena being kept busy by  the numerous callers, at the end  of his line, for assistance to terra  firma to make a closer inspection  of his genial visage, thus enabling him to carry of the honors of  the day with a big catch.  The local farmers are busily  engaged hauling potatoes to the  wharf in readiness for shipment  to Prince Rupert and other coast  ports. Over forty tons were  shipped on the Venture last week,  consigned to Prince Rupert, and  a like quantity will be ready for  the same boat on her next call.  Mr. Roy Collard, who recently  left Bella Coola to make his home  in the Peace River country, writing to a reader of the "Courier"  says: "I am thoroughly satisfied  with .the country and have already taken up a homestead about  twenty-two miles north-west of  Peace  River  Crossing.  "It is a fine park-like country,  every quarter-section containing  from sixty to one hundred and  twenty acres of open prairie.  This class of land extends from  far north of Dunvegan to Fort  Vermillion. Indeed a person has  no idea of the vastness of this  great country until he travels  through it."  Mr. Collard goes on to speak  of the grain crops which he describes as excellent, and the potatoes grown in his locality of  which, he says, "although not as  good as those grown in Bella  Coola Valley, are yet of a very  fine quality."  Mr. Collard remarks on the  way the country is being so rapidly settled, the bulk of immigration being from the United  States.  The closing passages of this  most interesting letter speak of  the great possibilities of Bella  Coola as a grain port in view of  the immense amount of wheat  which will be shipped from the  Peace River country in the near  future.  Mr. Collard has many friends  among "Courier" readers who  will be glad to learn that he is so  contented with his new surroundings, and we trust that he will  not fail to favor us with further  communications from time to  time.           Public School Meeting  Rev. T. C. Colwell returned  from a visit to Kimsquit on Monday last by gasoline launch in  company with. Messrs C. A.  Crosby, supervisor of the B. C.  branches of the Royal- Bank of  Canada, and P. D. Roe of Port  Moody, who are looking over the  valley.   Constable Broughton left for  Bella Bella on Wednesday morning.    Mr. and Mrs. Astleford and  daughter, of Firvale, visited town  on Wednesday last. Mr. Astleford reported crops in fine condition in his neighborhood.  A meeting of the tax-payers  was held at the Mackenzie School  for the purpose of electing a  school trustee in place of Mr. C.  Carlson, retired, and also an  auditor in place of Mr. J. Gum-  mett whose term is completed.  Mr. Frank Hagan was duly  elected trustee with Mr. C. Tucker as auditor.  Provisions were made for the  | clearing up of the school grounds  and the maintenance of the  buildings.  (Eiturrij iNflttr?  Sabbath School  Church   Service    ���������  2 p. m.  7:30 p.m.  Subject: -"Lord, what wilt  thou have me do." Preacher,  the Fastor.        All Are Welcome.  Dr. L. Crippcn of Prince Rupert, well known in Bella Coola,  has struck a clam patch on Queen  Charlotte Islands and will start  a cannery.  to Advertise.   An ad. in the Courier never fails to bring results.  d Give us a triad. (^"nortL^T'c) Let us publish your Land Notices. J '  \\i  \\i>.  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  grain sufficient to feed their millions, but the grain grown cannot  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by j cross our country so that it may  Th  e Courier  Progress or Retro-  gression  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd. \  be used.    Carriage is too dear,  or too inefficient.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada  1 Year .....' $1.00;  6 Month.    0.75 j  3 Months        0.50 j  United States .  I  1 Year $1-50  United Kingdom  1 Year $2.00  Subscriptions payable in advance.  Subscribers not receiving their copy  regularly please notify the management  at once. Changes in address should be  sent in as soon as possible.  For Advertising Rates,  Apply at  Office.  To CoRRE*(PONi>ENT8���������No letters will be published  in the Courier except over the -writer's aijrnature.  The Editor reserves the right to refuse publication of any letter. All manuscript at writer's  risk.  Vancouver Office - - 317-323 Cambie St  'i&alufl popuH jauprpma isX l*x."  SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913.  The Remedy  Once, in their distress, the Romans took a man from his plough  set him at the head of affairs,  allowed him a free hand and when  he had saved the Senate and  the people, allowed him to return  to his plough. Oliver Cromwell  was a farmer who became the  military head and saviour of England. Warren Hastings, a clerk,  established English rule in India  and was in fact finally ruler of a  vast Indian Empire. Abraham  Lincoln, probably the greatest of  American -Presidents, went for  a' few months to a backwoods  school; did the farm chores, kept  a "small store, ran a cargo-boat,  was village-postmaster and so on.  . There are innumerable instances which prove THAT IT IS NOT  THE MAN'S BUSINESS WHICH  COUNTiS, BUT THE MAN HIMSELF. AND IN THE MAN,  IT IS CHARACTER. Ability  with character makes Luthers,  Knoxes'Cromwells. It would  be hardly wise for us to assume  that because one Postmaster  made a Lincoln we should be safe  always in promoting burs. Yet  we do little better'. '  The welfare and. fortunes of  real-estate agents are totally opposed to the welfare of the  people: the business of a real-  estate agent is to raise the price  of land, and land of ANY kind,  anywhere, good, bad or indifferent. With admirable logic therefore we send them to represent  us in parliament.  A lawyer is concerned with interpreting the  meanings of  a  number of words, called "laws":  he is not concerned with right or  justice, or equity.    Trained by  his profession to deal with words  only, and naturally being imbued  with the  idea   that words are  more important than truths, we  of course select lawyers as the  men to whom above all others we  may  turn  for a keen sense of  what will most benefitthe people.  And so it goes.    When the men  we elect have indeed had training at all, it is a training far removed from  that which would  make them sympathetic with the  needs of a country: to avoid that  error, however, we usually elect  men without any training.    We  are a logical people.    What we  get is what We may expect, and  whatilo we get?  The older countries are crying  out for food.      Canada grows  Under the government railroad  policy  as   at   present  disclosed  Fish is one of the most valu-;Uvcr jmp0rtant railroad projects  able foods, and can be one of the j have been allowed the privilege  cheapest.    Instead  of  allowing;of making use of the provincial  the amount of fisn taken to be!credit, namely the  Canadian  .,   ,,     .,               .    - nn, nf\ Northern and the Pacific Great  guided by the amount of need or ' ���������      - .  ,,  fish throughout the world, we  allow the catch to be regulated  by the profits of a trust which  closes the coasts of British  Columbia to open'competition.  Settlers, men, women and children, being the greatest need in  a new country���������and people who  will work on the land having the  character which is most valuable  to any country and the world���������  we hand the land to English  Earls and Dukes who can buy  hundreds of thousands of acres:  we encourage them to hold this  land up for years till it reaches  a price which the settler cannot  afford: we part with our birthright, we live on our capital.  And then to show we have for-"  Eastern. Whether or not the  province is likely to reap an advantage in any way equivalent  to the risk it has run is a point  that would seem to be well worth  investigating. It must be remembered in all fairness to the  government that we only know  a portion of their plans for the  development of the province and  in judging what has been done  allowance must be made for what  may still be in their minds to do.  The government has taken a  risk of $21,000,000 in respect to  the C. N. R. extensions in this  province. Apart from the expenditure of huge sums upon  construction which necesarily  tend to an unnatural and possibly unhealthy inflation of business  in the coast cities; the lasting  advantages to be derived from  this risk do not appear to repre-  gotten nothing we deliberately! sent a fair compensation.    The  discourage men from settling on:  virgin country: we tell them,  NOT THAT WE WILL DRIVE  ROADS WHICH: SHALL FOLLOW AND GROUP.THEIR INDUSTRY, BUT- THAT HERE  WE SHALL BUILD A ROAD  AND THERE YOU MUST GO.  We have now in British Columbia created a sufficiently, vicious  state of affair. The towns by  far outvote the country, and in  order that towns shall still hold  their predominance, we are promised a redistribution of seats.  This redistribution will be based  on population with the -result that  once again the vote^of-a man who  lives upon his country will be  more valuable than the vote of a  man who lives and works for his  country. Towns are parasites  and unnecessary: THAT COUNTRY ALONE CAN BE SELF-  SUPPORTING WHERE THE  BULK OF THE PEOPLE LIVE  ON THE LAND. DO WE SEE  THIS? CAN WE MAKE THE  GOVERNMENT SEE THIS ?  HERE IS'OUR FIRST DUTY. ���������-  Thenew Necleetsconnay bridge.  Count the time and ascertain the  cost. ��������� -  C.-N..R. parallels the C. P. R. for.  something like 200 miles and for  this distance., certainly opens up  no new territory. For the balance of the "distance through the  province the land is of very largely doubtful value and is certainly  not-.of sufficient importance to  warrant the outlay, as a short  branch line from the' C. P. R.  would have achieved the same  result and at'one tenth the cost.  The principal advantage-then  of th-is -hUge outlay is that the  C: N. R: is enabled to use Vancouver as its western outlet for  business-'that originates in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and this  advantage would appear to be  largely ������o the C." N. R. 7an'd riot to]  the province of British-Columbia.  The question then naturally  arises why should not the C.N.R.  have financed this British Columbia extension themselves, or,  if unable, why :should not .the  Dominion-have taken the risk?  All that can be said of the  provincial risk, is, that a few  wholesale and. shipping houses  in Vancouver .will- derive much  benefit; 'but that since no new  land is opened up that could not  have been opened up at very  much less cost, the province as  a whole derives no lasting benefit from the outlay.  With regard to the P. G. E.  the position is perhaps even  worse. The commitment in rer  spect to this line is nqt less than  $16,000,000. A small amount of  good land will be opened up by  it and a few mines of unknown  value, but no estimate has as yet  been prepared nor no definite  plan advanced as to the paying  of interest even on the cost of  construction. In fact it would  appear that this line can only be  made to pay .0) if the entire  business of the Grand Trunk is  by it deflected to Vancouver, or  (2) it is extended on through the  Pine Pass into the Peace River  District, making Vancouver the  shipping port for the whole of  this district.  ' (l) Would mean the death-  knell of Prince Rupert as an important port and (2). would mean  an unnecessary tax of about $1  per ton on all ingoing and out-  coming freight from the Peace  River since there are other ports  (Kimsquit or Bella Coola) at  least 200 miles nearer the centre  of that district than Vancouver:  The P. G. E., therefore, since  it is'-to all intents and purposes  paralleling the Grand Trunk main  line, does not in itself open up  the greater resources of the  Province. It will cause, by reason of the Jexpenditure on construction, a temporary inflation  of values in,Vancouver but will  do little towards establishing  permanent values.  ���������Opening up the land is the only  permanent means of establishing  sound progress, and it would  therefore seem that unless further .steps are taken towards the  development of the Central and  Northern portions of the province  the vast outlay already provided  for will not be productive of the  permanent development of the  province which its people have  the right to demand.  It is still open to the government to bring forward some  scheme that will lead to the economic development of the richest  portions of the province, and it  would seem that unless such a  scheme is advanced and taken in  hand without delay the railway  policy of the government must  be looked upon as a failure.  .It has so far not facilitated the  settlement of the rich lands of  the province but has aimed at  building up a great city at Vancouver thereby working against  the best economic principles.  Centralization as against decentralization. People in the  city and none on the land. Is  this progress or retrogression?  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Interest allowed at cur-vat r:-.-  Special  attention  given   to out of'town' tu.-;!<r-  who may operate accounts by mail.  Your account is solicited and every'accommodation <>,rr-  which is consistent with conservative Imiskir.K.  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS CONimTK1  N  ch  p  J. N. CRAN, Manager BELLA    COOLA,    B. C       1-r-  7 y  Oj      CZIOEZD      fo]'   fo]     Ic  HOE  ������J   12  Rolston & Calnan  TOWN LOTS  FARM LANDS  ACKKA  l������!l.-  We handle only first-class propo.sit  Insurance Written ���������    Write us ifuou arc seeking informal*-    ���������������,t  BELLA   COOLA,   B. C.  Kemp's INVALID POR  A SUPERIOR  MEDICATED  WINE  Unsurpassed as a k*>������<*  TONIC,  STIMULANT  AND   INVIGORATE   >jir=  J       A      T JL ������   .   1      Wholesale  Distribu������2     %J|/{  . A. Jepoorten Ltd.,Vancouver.bc ;sk  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD. 4  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd. m  REGULAR FREIGHT  AND PASSENGER Sl'liV'11" V  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER l>  S. S/VENTURE,Leaves Vanco������vcrevcryWednes,,ayal ]'pm i'l'  " *            Leaves Bella Coola Saturday morning ^  S. H./'Caimlano" or S. S. "Coquiti.am" als- '���������������������������'"/vil!'  Gasoline and Explosives by special :ut:wij" !l1''"  PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.  I'or raU-s of ItoikIiIh,   Kaivs and oilier inrortnn ;. -M '-,.,,  I km. Oww.K, Caiikai.i, St.,   Vancoiivku; or  .ImiN  M|V  1003  COVKRNMKNT  ST.,   VlCTOKIA  m \y, July 11,   1913  BELLA   COOLA   COURIER  3  IS OF COAL MINING  EGULATIONS  ING ItlGHTS of the Dominion, in  ha Saskatchewan unci Alukhta,  BltRITORY. the NortH-wkmt.Tkiuu-  in  a  portion  of  the 1'noviNCK of  ulIMKIA, may be leased  for n lurnri of  years'<HT an  ammal rental of $1 an  nore than 2,5(10 acres) will bo leased  fjfcant. . ���������  'ton for a lease muat be made by the  ] person to the AKent or Sub-Ajtent  let in which  the rights applied Tor  i '  feyed  territory the land  inua't be de-  'Bectiona, or leKal uubdiviiiiona of hoc-  njunHiirveyed territory the tract ap-  hall bo Btaked out by  the applicant  HAS IT EVER  TO YOU:���������  OCCURRED  That nothinghasyetbeen heard  from Mr. J. S.. H. Matson regarding what he did with the  $45,000 of the public's money.,  That his continued  distinctly ominous.  silence is  3S"^5Tiu?h-TH>iheation muat be accompanied by a  llra^ch  will be refunded if the riKht*  '^<������2rKaiefl������f������rare not available, but not otherwise.  Oik    P,.    ,.   ������'i^tfBlty bJioII ^ paid on the merchantable out-  5)   Wlil " M%������oSlje'niJiie at the rate of five centa per ton.  m ,     ^SaThlMMS������n operating the mine shall fnrniHh  j|2SS, *tf*tSiAKOAWlth sworn returns nccountinK for the  ���������*$������������irouauiitffi'of merchantable coal mined and pay  ^t8LTO*i&j������*'r'-,on- If th,J ������ohI mi"inp rl,������:11,l,J,  ^^"jmiSttar operated, such returns should be  '������5htJW������wll include the coal mining r.Khts  - i'J&nSjftWittthe lessee may be permitted to pur-  ?s������hiV.wlint$v<,r available surface rights may be  'vSSeMdaflSa'neoeHuary for thc workin,? of the n,,no  .^"Siatfihawteof $10.00 an acre. .  -��������� ,_*a"liiformaUoii application should be  Secretary of the Department of the  Bwa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agmit  'fiSa&aasam* w. w. cory,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  &^?B^Unauthorized - publication of this ad-  ���������fertiaSnwnt.-will not be paid for.--3fio90.  lHor  ubia  ^^���������tfJftlBfoA.  ^gVANTED ������������������;  Lisimk~of Lots and Acreage  ?in-\Bel]a Coola and Valley.  ; *   *V %Clve full particulars,  -     'Vj&PHce, Title, etc., to  J/mJrtin j. ravey  '-826 Pender St. W., Vancouver, B.C.  V*'-*-' !*'<"*  rwrv  Sfr"  llfllBffSINESS CARDS  Wn" Sub-Dioislons, &c.  dtOttSficJF Underground  \mits Suroeying  k^lnds of Engineering Work.  SiCHAMP and M. P. McDONALD  Surveyor -  Civil Engineers  LLA COOLA, B.C,  in iff.'  itrsi  siorr.-  TEL'  B.C  30CZ  Surveys and Sub-Divisions  fGeoffrey K. Burnett  CIVIL,ENGINEER and  B.C. LAND  SURVEYOR  Qrand .View'  Hotel   ���������}���������  Bella Coola, B. C.  M^^-n^First-class Watch Repairs  11Ulli,C"*^one at reasonab!e prices.  All  work   guaranteed   and   postal  charges paid. Address all work, to  P. G. NOOT, 1353 Merritt Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  BIS  ma  KAGE  rmal*z  J. A. LEROY PhoneSey. 9387 J- NATION  'bus meets all boats and trains  t^Uq*  Hotel Winters  COR. ABBOTT AND WATER STREETS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ������EtfftOPEAN    PLAN    HOT AND COLD WATER  I.OO TO S2.50      STEAM   HEATED  ROOMS WITH BA TH  LAND LEASE  K  roR  ribuj������  lIVANCbtlVER LAND DISTRICT  ^JDISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 2.  ':\ TaiceTnolice that Adolph Schilling, of  N������leen&>Kleen, B.C., occupation farmer,  ~fiiHe������d$4*> apply for permission to lease  "40 actresjof land described as follows:  4CpmKaghcing at a post planted about  ?two>milM|below Turner's   preemption  in thelCeast District, Range 2, on the  leftliprdtf f Kleena Kleen River, thence  .������north^ treaty chains, thence east twenty  'chainsf.t^&nce south chains, thence west  twenty,-ch'ains  to point of commence-  t    ment. A;,r  ���������    V   ADOLPH SCHILLING.  \ Date, May 7,1913. May 2-t���������July 1U  ' ^WeWpntYourLand Notices  ise in the Courier  That Herbert S. Clements represents Comox-Atlin at Ottawa.  o.    o     o     o     o  That while he is wining and  dining around Vancouver he  ought to be giving an account of  his stewardship to those whose  interests he is supposed to represent.  o     o     o     o     o  That all his talk about the  Bella Coola railroad would have  more effect on the floor of the  House at Ottawa than at banquets around Vancouver.  o     o     o     c     o  That Bella Coola is not to have  a liquor license at present.  o     c     o     o     o  That this is no reason why Mr.  Clements should not visit us and  tell us what he knows about our  railroad.  o     o     o    o     o  That while we cannot wine or  dine him we will certainly not  butter and egg him.  o     o      o     o      c  That a seat on the Church  Committee need not make a postmaster any less obliging to his  patrons.  HOPE  UNFULFILLED  The first official statementcon-  cerning the Friedmann serum  and its results is at hand in the  current Medical Record, and it  seems that the discovery which  went up like a rocket has come  down like a stick.  The report gives in detail the  study of Dr. George Mannheimer,  of New York, on eighteen treated  cases, representing all stages  and forms of tuberculosis. Twelve  were pulmonary, while the remaining six were infected in  various ways. All of the cases  were treated in March by Dr.  Friedmann, and were the first  subjects in this country to be inoculated with the turtle serum.  Not one of the cases has shown  improvement; in not a single instance has temperature been re-  I duced, and in a majority of in-  ! stances the disease is progressing  I unfavorably without any appar-  | ent check.   One patient, or victim  ���������has developed an abscess which  Dr. Mannheimer openly attributes to the treatment.  The investigator goes on to  declare that the greatest objection to the German scientist's  method lies in the fact that he  ignores all established rules of  hygiene, does not agree for the  patient's co-operation in the way  of cleanliness, good food and  fresh air, and depends entirely  on his vaccine, which reliance,  Dr. Mannheimer declares, is in  no way warranted by results.  Dr. Mannheimer is a physician  of reputation, the Medical Record  is a journal of standing; so, even  though it come as a shock to  those ailing ones who hoped for  relief, it may be said that the  Friedmann turtle serum has been  pretty well raid on its back.���������  Denver Times.  Shipping A rms Into Ireland  More   about   the   supplies  of  arms being shipped to Ireland is  appearing in London exchanges.  For example,   the   Daily  News  and   Leader   says:      "Another  supply  of arms,   ostensibly  intended for the 'Orange of Ulster'  was seized yesterday- at Dublin  this time.    The weapons arrived  in the morning from Liverpool  on board the City of Dublin Company's steamer Kerry, and news  of them had evidently been sent  over in advance, for representatives of the customs authorities  and the police awaited the unloading of the cargo with unusual  interest.    The rifles were packed  in a furniture van, on the outside of which was a label addressed as follows: 'From J. Ferguson  & Co., to Lord Farnham, Cavan,  Midland Railway, Ireland.'   The  van bore the number 49, and was  of the type generally used  for  cross-channel household removals  -that is, without wheels, so that  it can  be hoisted out of a ship  and  placed   on  a  four-wheeled  lorry for transit by road or rail.  "Inside the furniture van were  ten   huge   packing   cases,   and  when they were prized open it  was found  that each contained  about fifty guns of the magazine  pattern.    Attached to each rifle  was a tin ammunition case large  enough to contain at least .fifty  cartridges.    The guns had been  well oiled and cleaned, and were  provided with muzzle stoppers to  prevent dust getting down the  the barrels.    An official who was  present when the 'furniture' was  being examined said there were  about five hundred rifles and a  number of bayonets in the van."  ���������Vancouver World.  BELLA COOL  ESTABLISHED   1864  HOE  301  HOE  Dry Good:  Boots  Sh  oes  Hard1  [ware  Groceries & General Merchandise  HOE  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Surveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  (t  *\  Advertise in the Courier  Land Notices  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  MACKAYSMITH,BLA  VANCOUVER, B.  Wholesale  Men's Furnishings and  %=���������.  ry Goods  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that I, Lewis Wiley Flogan  of Rivers Inlet, B. C, occupation cannery man, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following; described land:  Commencing' at a post planted on  Campbell Island, alongside of the southeast corner-post of Lot or Claim No. 1,  thence west twenty chains, thence south  twenty chains, thence east twenty  chains more or less to sea shore, thence  meandering along shore to point of  commencement and containing 40 acres,  more or less.  LEWIS WILEY HOGAN.  Dale. May 20. 1013.  June 7���������Augr. 2.  Ter A. II. HOGAN.  A������ent.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that Annie E. J. Burnett, of New Westminster, B.C., occupation married woman, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following  described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  two feet distant and in a westerly direction from the south-west corner of Lot  324 A, thence South 40 chains, more or  less, to the south-west corner of Lot 88,  thence West and following the north  boundaries of Lots 325 and 86, 100  chains, more or less, to the shore of  Bentinck Arm, thence Eastwardly and  following the shore of Bentinck Arm  100 chains, more or less, to point of  commencement, containing 160 acres  more or less.  ANNIE E. J. BURNETT.  Date. March :tlst. IBIS.  May 17--July 12  Robert K. Burnett.  A^cnt.  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed    Pants,   Overalls,  Tents,   Hand   Knit  Sweater   Goods  and  ~--ilt  The Famous "Pride of the West"  OVERALLS   AND   JACKETS  V  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST    CLASS     MERCHANTS  mmm  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  CJ 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.  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  I   i  H>4  KM  <    W  K    H  ������    ><  IF YOU intend Building let us esti-  mate the cost of Construction for you  We Bupply Material* of all Kinds       No extra charge for  Plana and Specifications Satisfaction Guaranteed  I!  *l WIWI I'M  Robinson, Wheeler & Robinson  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  BELLA COOLA British Columbia  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF COAST    RANGE III.  Takk Notick that Robert K. Burnett,  of New Westminster, B.C., occupation  boat builder, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at. a post planted about  two feet distant and in a westerly direction from the north-west corner of T.L.  ���������13G00, thence westerly and following  the shore of Bentinck Arm 80 chains,  thence South 20 chains, thence East  80 chains, thence North 20 chains more  or less to point of commencement, containing lt>() acres, more or less.  ROBERT K.  BURNETT.  Hat.'. March :il������t,  t'Jll!. Mny 17-.luly 12  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT  OF COAST- RANGE III.  TAKfc: NoTK'K that Leonard John  Galium, of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation  rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of I'. R. SOU situate  on Bella Coola River, thence south 20  chains, thence west 20 chains, thence  north 20 chains, thence east 20 chains  to point of commencement, containing j  ���������10 acres. j  l-EONARD JOHN CAhNAN.     I  Diilc, 'JTtli March, I'.HII. May lT--.1nl.v 12 j  Land Noticeu Continued on Pane 4  MO>-oa������<H  ������o><  ���������<>-4  KO><  <a  To   Land   Seekers, Campers,  Prospectors,   etc.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  GROCERIES  DRY   GOODS  HARDWARE  HAY  TENTS  CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  PACKERS   REQUISITES  AND   GRAIN  Bell  cl  Coola mercantile  HAGENSBORG  12 Miles from Bella Coola and on Direct Route to the Interior  M H  ��������� (0>-aH������S*<V������5������S^<0)<oH2������0'������S!EMC>-"������!S������������-0-4aSKn>(^ BELLA COOLA COURIER  Saturday, Jul]) 12,  jgj^  little paint will make a  Big Difference in the  Appearance of your  House  The vaiue of your house���������your own  standing in the community���������are often  judged by the appearance of your house.  And a few dollars spent in painting your  house at regular intervals will go a long  way towards enhancing the value of.your  property and gaining added standing for  yourself.  Bapco Pure Paint  is no higher in first cost than ordinary  paints���������and far more lasting, and durable in  the long run.  Supplied only by  B. BRYNILDSEN & CO.,  Dealers in Oils and Varnishes  \  BELLA COOLA  British Columbia  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������BANOE   III.  Take Notice that Edith Bone, of Luton, Beds.,,England, occupation married-  woman; intends to. apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  one mile distant arid in a northerly direction from the northern extremity of  Sigutlat Lake, marked E.Bs., southwest corner, thence north eighty chains,  thence east eighty chains, thence south  eighty chains, thence west eighty  chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres,: more or less. r  ,    |     EDITH BONE.  D:ite, May 8, 1913.  June 28--Auff. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   Of   COAST���������RANGE   III.  , . Take notice that  Fritzhoff  Gustaph-  |-son,  of  Vancouver,   B.C.,  occupation  engineer,   intends   to   apply   for   permission to purchase  the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  western extremity of Nahlouza Lake,  marked F.Gs.,south-east corner, thence  west eighty chains, thence north eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains,  more or less to lake shore, thence following west shore line of Nahlouza  Lake in a southerly direction to point of  commencement, . containing (540 acres,  more or less.  FRITZHOKF GUSTAPHSON.  VANCOUVER;LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Thomas Bone, of  Luton, Beds., ��������� England, occupation  postman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at 'a post planted about  two miles distant- and, in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked T.-  Bs., south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement,  containing 040 acres, more or less.  THOMAS. BONE.  Date, May 9, 1913.,; .'���������;'        '   June28--AuK. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  rI ake Notice that Fritzhoff Peterson,  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation farmer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  northern extremity of Nahlouza Lake,-  thence north eightjr chains, thence east  eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains, more or less to lake shore,  thence following the north shore line of  Nahlouza Lake in a westerly direction  to point of commencement, containing  640 acres, moi-e or less..  FRITZHOFF PETERSON.  Date, May 12. 1913.  June 28--Auk. 23.  Date/May 12, '1913.  June 28-Aug. 23.  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER"  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANQE'IH.  Take Notice that Wilma Henriing, of  Vancouver, B..-C, occupation married  waman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Gommencing at a post planted at the  northern extremity;of Nahlouza Lake,  marked W. Hs., south-east-corner,  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty - chains, thence south eighty  chains, more or less to lake shore,  thence* following the north shore line of  Nahlouza Lake in an easterly direction  to point of commencement, containing  640 acres, more or less.  WILMA HENNING.-  Date, May 12, 1913.  June28-Au#. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  ., Take Notice that Thomas Harris, of  Liverpool, England, occupation cotton  broker, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the folio wing described land:  "' Commencing at a post planted about  seven miles distant and, in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked T.-  Hs., south-west corner, thencp north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains;' thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing fi.40 acres, more or less.  .   THOMAS HARRIS.  Date, May 12? 1913. June 2H--Amr. 23.J  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  TakeNotice that Hubert Lee Harris,  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation prospector, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following desex'ibed land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three miles distant, and'hv a northerly  direction from the northrwestern extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked II.L.-  Hs., southwest corneiy thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  HUBERT LEE HARRIS.  Dated, May 9, 1913. June2S-AuK. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   HI.  Take Notice that Peter August  Peterson, of Bella Goola, B. C, occupation farmer, intends to apply fo"r  permission to purchase the following  described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  six miles distant and in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked I\-  A.Ps., south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty  chains, thence south eighty chains,  thence west eighty chains to point of  commencement, ..containing 040 acres,  more or less.  PETER AUGUST PETERSEN.  Date, May 10, 1013. ,      June 28--Autf. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Chritian Carlson,  of Clinton, Washington, occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: "  Commencing at a post planted about  seven and a half miles'distant and in a  south-westerly direction from the sbuth-  western extremity of Kwalcho Lake,  marked G: Gs., south-west corner,  thence north forty chains, thence east  forty chains, thence" south forty chains,  thence west forty chains to point of  commencement, containing 160 acres,  more or less.  CHRISTIAN CARLSON.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT , OF   COAST���������RANGE-III.  Take notice that Esther Peterson, of  Bella Coola, B. C., occupation spinster,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  four, miles distant and in a northerly  direction from the north-western exr  tremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked E.-  Ps., south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.  ESTHER PETERSEN-  DaUt. May 10, 1913.,. June 28-Aujf. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST,  RANtJl-; a  TakeNotice that   Maggiu Harris    t  Bella Coola, B.C., occupation  n,,,,'.,'.;,?[  woman  intends to apply for permisHiJ  to purchase the following desi:rib<.(| Ihiuj  Commencing at a post planted at tr  jrthern extremity of Sigutlat. |ia|/'e  arked    M. Hs.,    south-east    c,inlu>'  nor  m  thence north eighty chains, thence ww  eighty chains, thence south ruru'  chains, more or less to lak<; 8|,ory  thence following the north shore line,i  Sigutlat Lake in an easterly flif������oti0  tp point of commencement, conutjrijn"  640 acres, more or less. e  :     MAGGIE MARHis.  Date May 8, 1913. JuneliH-A  "n.'U,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE  m.  Take Notice thatt Albert Hcnning 0f  Vancouver, B.C., occupation contractor  intends to apply for permission to rjUr!  chase the following described land:  Commencinjg at a post planted at the  western extremity of Nahlouza Lake  marked A. Hs. north-east corner, thence  west eighty chains, thence soutli eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains more  or, less to lake shore, thence following  the west shore line of Nahlouza Lake  in   a  northerly  direction   to point of  commencement,  containing  more or less.  040 aerea.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF    COAST���������RANGE   III. r  Take Notice that Bertha Nygarde,  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdescribed land:  Commencing at a post planted about  five miles distant and in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked B.-  Ns., south-west^ corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.  BERTHA NYGARDE.  Date, May 10, 1913. June 28--Auk. 23.  Date, May 7. 1913.  June 28-Aufr. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   IH.  Take Notice that Annie Gadsden, of  Bella Coola, B.C., occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase thefollowingdescribed land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  northern extremity of Sigutlat -Lake,  marked A. Gs. south-west corner, thence  north eighty chains, thence east eighty  chains, thence south eighty chains, more  or less to lake shore, thence following  the north shore line of Sigutlat Lake in  a westerly direction to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more  or less  ANNIE GADSDEN.  ALBERT HENNING.  Date, May 12, 1913. Jum: '.V Aujt.23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   m.  . Take.Notice that Annie PeU-rBon, of  Bella Coola, B.C., occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdescribed land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three miles distant and in a south-wea}-  erly direction "from the south-western  extremity of'Kwalcho Lake, marked  A. Ps., north-east corner, thence south  twenty chains, thence west forty chains,  thence north twenty chains, thence east  forty chains to point of commencement,  containing 80 acres, more or less.  ANNIE PETERSON.  Date, MayG, 1913. ' June 28-Auit,a.  GRAND V  HOTEL  Late Bella Coola Hotel  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  Barber's Shop and Baths /.Building Nfewly Furnished Throughout  HOME COOKING; First-class help only, employed  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Bertha Claribel  Grant, of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation  spinster, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  half a mile and in an easterly line from  the north-west corner of P.r. 3082,  thence east forty chains, thence south  twenty chains, thence west forty chains,  thence north twenty chains to point of  commencement, containing 80 acres,  more or less ; one mile from the Great  Slide, Atnarko River, Bella Coola  Valley.  BERTHA CLARIBEL GRANT  Date, June 18, 1913.  June28~Auj{. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OE   COAST���������BANGS   HI.  Take Notice that Mark Walter  Marvin, of Atnarko, B.C., occupation  rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of H. Harrison's preemption, thence east eighty chains,  thence south twenty chains, thence  west eighty chains, thence north twenty  chains to point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less, in the  locality known as the Sugar Camp, on  the Great Slide, Old Government Trail,  Bella Coola Valley.  MARK WALTER MARVIN.  Date, June 17, 1913. J une 28-Auk. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  TAKE NOTICE that Archibald Richard  Leese, of Atnarko, B. C, occupation  rancher, inteoda to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdescribed land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three miles from the north-west corner  of Lot ��������� , (George Turner's crown  grant), on the Great Slide, Old Government Trail, Bella Coola Valley, thence  north twenty chains, thence east eighty  chains, thence south twenty chains,  thence west eighty chains to point of  commencement containing ](i() acres,  more or less; formerly H. Harrison's  preemption, abandoned.  ARCHIBALD RICHARD LEASE.  Date, Juno 17, 1913. June 2X--Auif. 2:1.  Date, May 8, 1913.  Juno28~AuK. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   HI.  Take Notice that W. H. Gibson, of  Bella Coola, B. C, occupation missionary, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-east corner of the north-east  quarter of Section 22, Tp. 8, thence  north twenty chains, thence west forty  chains, thence south twenty chains,  thence east forty chains to point of  commencement, containing 80 acres,  more or less.  WILLIAM HEWISON GIBSON.  Date. June 18, 1913. June 2S--Autf. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OFCOAST-RANGK 111.  Take Notice that Hannah Jane Gadsden, of Luton, Beds., England, occupation married woman, intends to apply fo:  Sermission to purchase the following  escribed !and:  Commencing at a post planted about  one mile distant and in a northerly  direction from the northern extremity  of Sigutlat Lake, marked H.J.Gs.,  south-east corner, thence north eighty  chains, .thence west eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence  east eighty chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more  or less.  HANNAH JANE GADSDEN.  Date. May 8, 1913. June2S--Auj.il.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  TAKE Notice that Emma Mac Donald  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation widow,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-east corner of the north-west  quarter of Section 27,;Township (>, thence  north twenty chains, thence west twenty  chains, thence south twenty chains,  thence east twenty chains to point of  commencement, containing 40 acres.  EMMA MACDONALD-  Date<i. May 19, 1913. July V-Aug. 38.  IF YOU GET IT AT  Pi   IMI   FV,C^1IT'S alljTgTTt-HS  Have You Seen  Plimley's  Special  Cycle  Offer?  If the mail has not brought you 'Plimlcy's special cycle  offer and the interesting prize puzzle competition,  send a post card and receive your copy.  80������YI>IO������T  J.  CO. LTD.  .. Largest Shoe ..  WSarujfacturors 011  the Pacific  Coast  ancouver, B. C.  SUBSCRIPTON  RATES OF  BELLA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  CANADA.  One Year $1.00  Six Months   0.75  Three Months  0.50  UNITIOI) 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 subscription  for Bella Coola Courier for   . Name   P. 0   Tear out and mail today, with amount of subscription onclo"1'

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