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 191)  f   /  & Happy and Prosperous  New Year to our readers  COT  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensoorg Observatory.  Mean Temperature for the month of  November, maximum, 42.50, minimum, 82.5  Total Rainfall for same period 8.14.  VOL. I���������NO. 16  BELLA COOLA, R C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4,-1913.  $1.00 a Year  Seymour Narrows  To Be 'Sin  Victoria,-���������"Have decided to  arrange for survey of the Sey-  mQur-Narrows by engineer to be  named by and connected with the  department of public works; survey will start as soon as possible.  (Signed) "ROBERT ROGERS."  , ,The above telegram from the  minister of public work", Ottawa,  which awaited Mr. G. H. Barnard.  M. P.,-upon his arrival home for  the holidays, was the reward of  the ^ representations made to the  government by the member for  .Victoria in conjunction with Mr.  F. Hi Shepherd-, M. P. for Nanai-  mo"and Mr. R. F. Green, M. P.  for Kootenay, during thejr stay  in Ottawa as to the importance  " of undertaking an official survey  into;the feasibility o������ bridging  the.Seymour Narrows.  Predicts the End of  Hie World This Year  Des Moines, In.���������"There won't  be any Panama-Pacific Exposition  Those poor, misguided persons on  the Pacific slope are wasting their  money.   They had better be di-  . recting their, energies in prepar-  ' ation��������� for Judgment  Day.    For  ��������� the good Lord is going to bring  ; this world to an end ino1913."  .    'This was the declaration here  by-the Rev. W.  D. Parkhurst,  .pas^tbr of   the   First   Adventist  Chureh, who backed his assertion  with'ttiahy quotations from the  Bible.?1  He also pointed to the  Balkan war as partial proof of  his prediction.  "All the seas and rivers and  fountains  will   turn  to  blood,"  said Parkhurst.     Hailstones  .'.*t  weighing 57" pounds will fall, and  the sun will, be so hot that man  will literally be burned alive.  Next summer will be so hot that  people will be cooked on their  bones. When you turn the kitchen faucet next July warm blood  will flow, and the soft skin of  women will break out in loathsome sores, and seven plagues  ' wiU'devastate the earth."  Dr. Parkhurst advises the people tq -readthe 24th chapter of  Matthew, verse 27, if they don't  believe it.  Influx of Capital  toFortFraser  Residents of FortEraser are in  a very pleasant frame of mind  at   this   season,  since   most  of  them are counting their property  as   being   about   worth   double  its value of last yearl   The main  reason for the rapidly enhancing  prices of inside lots in the town-  site is the ; t iking of almost limitless waterpower rights, to be utilized for furnishing light, water  and power for industrial enterprises, of which Fort Eraser will  soon  have an  abundance.    The  crops in the district have been  exceptionally heavy the past season although   it  had, been very  dry, and much of the money derived   therefrom   has   found its  way into the city in the shape of  real estate investments.    Those  persons   who    were   fortunate  enough to have bought business  lots in the past are reaping the  reward of their acumen, for it is  no exaggeration   to   state  that  these lots, in the heart of theeRy,  will reach a value far in excess  of present prices upon the completion of the Grand Trunk Pacific  main line, to say nothing of the  other'capital and settlers pouring  into the district.  Viceroy of India  Very Near Death  Indian Fanatic Hurls Bomb Loaded With Needles  The many friends of Mr. Reginald Hill, well known on the  northern coast as the genial head  net-man at Bella Coola cannery,  will be interested in the following  account of his marriage.,;  A very interesting event took  place on Wednesday 4th ulto., at  the home of Mr. John M. Gillis,  3125 Sixth Ave., Kitsilano, when  his sister, Dollie Ann, a very  popular young lady of Point Piim.  P. E. L, and daughter of Mrs. K.  and the late Donald Gillis, was  united in marriage to Mr. R. Hill  of Vancouver.  ��������� The guests included only the  relatives and most intimate  friends   of   the   young   couple.  The addition to the hospital is  completed and presents a very  creditable appearance. What  will happen now that the hospital has its own separate kitchen  and laundry remains to be seen.  It may be used.  Delhi, India, Dec. 26.���������The attempt on the life of Baron and Lady  Hardinge yesterday by an Indian fanatic kept the police and civil  authorities of the Imperial city of Ir.dia occupied today. A large  number of arrests have been made. No special arrangements had  been made for the occasion and only the ordinary native police  commanded by British officers were oh duty in the streets.  Closer examination of the howdah in which the Viceroy was  seated when the missle was thrown shows how narrow was the escape of Baron Hardinge. The high .back of the howdah, which was  made of hardwood, and against which the Viceroy was reclining j 1-be Lev. Dr. Wright performed  ,    , " ' ^:i | the ceremony, the wedding march  v/as wrecked.  , ������������������,.;' I from Lohengrin  being played by  The bomb was of the ordinary type, but contained a large num-   ...     T1. ��������� .,  Miss Ria Dunne  her of screws and talking machine needles. A bulletin issued this  morning by doctors in attendance on the viceroy, says: -  "Baron Hardinge passed a restless night. : It was necessary to  relieve his pain, with' injections of morphine. He suffered little  fever last night and none was present this morning.  "It was found through the operation last evening that the muscle under the shoulder blade, wasrather.severly torn."  Hardinge refused to curtail the ceremonies of the durbar because  of his injury, insisting that all plans go forward.  Wagons are housed and sleighs  are  the   order   throughout the  Valley.  Dr. W. J. Quinlan of Prince Rupert wishes us to announce that  owing to circumstances he has  found it impossible to visit Bella  Coola as previously announced,  but will call here early *in the  new year.  It must be remembered that the  Pacific & Hudson Bay line which  will have Bella Coola as its western terminus will intersect the  Grand Trunk at Fort Fraser.  This latter place is destined to  become the largest and most important city between Edmonton  and Prince Rupert.  S. S. Camosun docked herej The annual .meeting of the  Sunday morning with the usual J General Hospital Association will  large consignment of freight.       | be held at Colony Hall, Hagens-  ..   ' ,,    ,, ���������  jborg,��������� Friday,  January  17th,  at  Among the passengers lor this \0  port were included Messrs Carl I  P. Lauritson, Chairman.  Predicts. Election  at End of Session  'l*.  Peace River Mail  Goes Through- Ice  The entire mail, outfit and  horses were lost recently by  breaking through the ice on the  Athbasca river. The Northern  rivers are as yet unsafe.  Saskatoon, Sask.���������George E.  McGraney, M. P. for Saskatoon,  who has just returned from Ottawa, predicts that there will be an  election at the end of the present  session on the navy question.  He states that many Conservatives believe in the Laurier policy and believes that the Liberals  will again carry the country with  a substantial majority.  President Taft Has  Narrow Escape  W. Brink, J. House and William  Keddy.   Mr. J. A. House is superintending the installation of the  telegraphic instruments in the  building opposite the Cornier  office, which has been rented by  the Dominion Government to be  used as headquarters for the operator at this end of the wire.  Mr. House reports that telephonic communication has been  effected between 150 Mile House,  Cariboo Road and the McKlinchy  ranch at One Eye Lake where an  operator is stationed. Telegraphic communications will be transmitted by 'phone between these  points for the time being.  ) The steamer,Dunsmuir, "Capt.  IMathieson, came up from Ocean  j Falls; Thursday evening, bring-  j ing a party to look over some of  ! of the extensive holdings of the  I Ocean Falls Co., Ltd., thioaghout  j Bella Coola 'Valley.    . ;    ,  I Mr, M: -Smaby, who ��������� is- accom-  j panying the party, informed the  "Courier" that the weather at  l the Falls had for some time been  of an unpleasant nature, though.  practically no snow has yet.fallen.  Health conditions among the  large force of laborers at that  i place are excellent.  The bride looked charming in  a gown of white satin with the  usual veil of orange blossoms and  carried a bouquet of cream roses  and ferns.  Miss Tilly Hubley who attended  the bride, wore cream siik.and  ! carried a bouquet of pink carnations.  Mr. Clarence Hubley was best  man.  The groom's gift to the bride  was a beautiful set of furs, to the  bridesmaid a gold bracelet set  with pearls and to the groomsman a pair of gold cuff links.  After the wedding bi*eakfast  the young couple left for Victoria  on their way south,: the bride  travelling in a navy blue suit  with hat to match.  Upon their return Mr. and Mrs.  Hill will reside in Fairview, Vancouver.  Mr. Harry Morgan of Ootsa  Lake, in sending his subscription  to the "Courier" states;, that he  has at time of writing just returned home from his last trip to  Bella Coola.  Mr. Morgan reports beautiful  weather, thermometer not yet  below zero, only three inches of  snow and stock still running out.  His letter his dated December 1.  We are pleasedto announce the  arrival of a son to the home of  Mr. and-Mrs., Roy Mosher. at  Hagensborg on the 26th ulto.  The 'Courier' extends its hearty  congratulations. .  Bella Coola Debating Society.  Despite the boisterous weather  Mr. J. T. Brooks is operator in j'a large audience gathered at the  charge pro. tern, at Bella Coola ; Mackenzie School on Thursday  and will remain until the line is j evening, and listened with rapt  in perfect working order, when Attention to the various speaker,  a permanent operator is expected! expounding their idesr, for or  to take charge. !against "Votes for Women."  _ Xn the absence of Rev.��������� Wr. H.  The many friends of Mr. Olafj Gibson, the leadership of the  A. Urseth will be interested to j affirmative was taken by Mr. A.  learn that he has chosen thejC. Christens^n and being ably  Panama.--Fifteen minutes af- j Northwestern Conservatory of I supported by Messrs Robinson,  ter President Taft had passed on ; Music, Minneapolis, where to Wheeler, and Miss Roberts,  his way to the ball in his honor at continue, his studies. Under the .gained a well deserved victory  the National theatre, . a kipskaJ.pereonal;. diction ���������:of .Professor | The next debate will takS place  near the station on Central ave.,  the principal street of the town,  was blown up by dynamite while  the street was still lined with  police.  The annual meeting of the  Bella Coola Conservative Association will be held at 3 p. m. today at the town of Bella .Coola.  AH members-are asked to attend.    Annual subscriptions will  be payable.  G. Lindsell, Sec.  Mr. Max Hickman, the well-  known rancher, from the Upper  Valley, has .been spending the  holidays in town.  . Mr. Hickman intends returning to his home in a few days.  Ocean Falls  (FROM OUR RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  Mr. D. Broderick arrived at the  Falls on the Queen City with a  crew of men to commence work  on the new storage dam at the  outlet of Link Lake.     .."���������  ��������� The new dam will raise the  waters of the lake ten feet above  the present level, and as the lake  is sixteen miles long it will give  an ample supply of water for  power purposes in the driest  season. ' ;���������  '������������������''������������������'  Mr. Broderick states-that sixty  more men. will arrive on '.the  Camosun to assist in the construction work. '��������� ;.v"  The Prince Albert cleared this  port at 2:30 a. m., last Friday  direct from Queen Charlotte Islands via Millbank Sound.  Captain Donald reports heavy  For the benefit of those who weather in the straits,  may fail to recognise them in  their newly adopted disguise, we j The S. S. Henrietta landed  may mention that Charlie and | machinery at this port Saturday  Jesse  Hendricks   have been  in  town over the holidays.  NOTICE  All holders of tickets for the  drawing of  The Hardangcr Curtains  are most cordially invited to the;UTrtil recently employed as stew  home of Mr. and Mrp. P.. F. Jacob-  valued at $6000 which was cleared  at the local customs office.  Duty to the amount of $1710  was paid on same by the Ocean  Falls Co.  Nicholas M. Dapulos, a greek,  Ritliners'ter, late'of Berlin, Bella at the Mackenzie School on T.hurs  Coola's talented young violinist is  making excellent progress and  doubtless much more will be  heard of him in the near future.  day 16th inst., at 7:30 p. in., the  subject for debate being- "Resolved that Capital Punishment  be abolished."  I sen on January 10th,  1913, at S  j o'clock p. m.  j    The  drawing will   take  place  during the evening and a social  time promised to all.  ard on S. S.Dunsmuier, left the  Falls on the last Camosun for  Vancouver en route for Greece  to assist his countrymen against  the Turks. ' < .^yy<,&������ u  appy and Prosperous  Year to our readers  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Mean Temperature for the month of  November, maximum, 42.50, minimum, 82.5  Total Rainfall for same period 8.I4.  3*3  16  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4,^1913.  $1.00 a Year  0H>-  lurNarrows  t$$io^a.~^ 'Have   decided   to  ���������WS!  Wfailngpfor survey, of the Sey-  -".-;--:V4^isssiiS@pv.;-:������������������.'...,.;- '���������.���������-. ��������� ;���������;  v*m&iril^rrows by engineer to be  ;.t;;^*S?P^!J',,, ...:���������������������������     ��������� ���������' ���������     ���������    ...    . ���������  3||ianiia|% and connected with the  j ^de^iartraent of public works; sur-  IIsSyey^)l;j5ta'rt as soon as possible.  gp(Sighfe^.  ."ROBERT ROGERS."  '''���������i:^^^E^i^^e--teiegram' -from the  Ilumlitefolpublic work-, Ottawa,  :'!i|ifeMiwaitedMr. G. H. Barnard.  i^Sfej^Sponhis''arrival.home for  ���������"a:e"*''       " * lays,";was the: reward of  entations made to; the  ent by the member for  frr- con junction with Mr.  eprierd; M. P. for Nanai-  Mr. ^R; F. Greeny M, P.  lenay^ during theii* stay  Ir as to the importance  ^^m^aicing an official.survey  li|in^Hp|feasibility������ of bridging  |$|i|^^siQb-ur Narrows.      ���������  ^^j^^uSmmi.���������������������������;������������������ ';v -^;- --v.-���������-'   "���������-'-   -  Influx of Capital  to Fort Fraser  Viceroy of India  -'4 1^-iifJMi  HI  wife  ���������%0$r?X  _ JgWd&Eii&tf-  TMcmm  BpBert Ei  |pccupitk  if^p^^infes;Ih.-"There.wori^t  ^rrniiiSHilbiatiMBanarna-Pacinc Exposition  uited atai^;flK^|ll^r' Bls������uld<J(1 Pers01>s on  f^Slllne^aScsiopearewastingtheir  Sfflllli^ had tetter be dU  S'Si^^iwf.'tBeir; energies in prepar-  For  ice W  tns  ^"^^l������or; Judgment Day.,  ���������a       fe||tnSig������)d Lord is going to bring  prld to'-'an end in 1913."  >vaB the declaration here  Rev.;,W. D. Parkhurst,  of  the   First  Adventist  /who backed his assertion  ,ny quotations from the  He also pointed to the  BalKalf! war as partial proof of  his prediction.  r'VAH the seas and rivers and  ^j ,;y^  x:fbur������^ains will   turn to blood,"  "BaiSPark hurst.    H a i 1 s to h e s  'i^ej^lig 57 pounds will fall, and  "+iki������H!5������f*> wjii he so ^q^ that man  Residents of Fort Fraser are in  a very pleasant frame of mind  at  this  season,s since  most  of  them are counting their property  as  being   about   worth   double  its,value of last year.   The main  reason for the rapidly enhancing  prices of inside lots in the town-  site is the: t iking of almost limitless waterpower rights, to be utilized for furnishing light,, water  and power, for industrial enterprises, of y/hich Fort Fraser will  soon have an abundance.   The  crops in the district have been  exceptionally heavy the past season although it had been very  dry^ and much of the mpney derived  therefrom  has  found its  way into the city in the shape of  real estate investments." ���������Those  persons   who    were   fortunate  enough to have bought business  lots ��������� in the past are reaping the  reward of their acumen, for it is  no exaggeratipn   to   state that  theselpte, in the heart of the ci^ty,  will reach a value far in excess  of present prices upon the completion of the Grand Trunk Pacific  main line, to say nothing of the  ��������� ���������...���������.-.������������������'  . "��������� .'    i>  ;;������������������   -���������.���������������������������      -.   -\  other'capital and settlers pouring  into the district.  Indian Fanatic Hurls Bomb Loaded With Needles  Delhi, India, Dec. 26.���������The attempt on the life of Baron and Lady  Hardinge yesterday by an Indian fanatic kept the poliqe&ihd civil  authorities of the Imperial city of India occupied1 today. A large  number of arrests have been made. No special arrangements had  been, made for the occasion and only the ordinary native police  commanded by British officers were on duty in the streets.  Closer examination of the howdah in which the Viceroy was  seated when the missle was thrown shows how narrow was the escape of-Baron Hardinge. The high back of the howdah, which was  made of hardwood, and .against which the Viceroy was reclining  was wrecked. :,'.'��������� ���������'���������',''.,',.".':  The Bomb was of the ordinary type, but contained a large number of screws and talking machine needles.    A bulletin issued this  morning by doctors in attendance on the viceroy, says:     .    k  .  ''Baron Hardinge passed a restless night.    It was necessary toc  'relieve.; his pain with injections of morphine.    lie suffered.little  fever last night and'nope was present this morning. :  '"It was found through the operation last evening that the muscle under the shoulder,blade, was-rather severly torn."  Hardinge refused to curtail the ceremonies of the durbar because  of his injury, insisting that all plans go forward.     ' V  It must be remembered that the  Pacific & Hudson Bay line which  will have Bella Coola as its western terminus will intersect the  Grand Trunk ���������'at";v.Fort ���������" Fraser,  This latter place is destined to  become the largest and most important city between Edmonton  and Prince Rupert.  Jottings ofM^lci Goolaand Distmit  Predicts Election  at End of Session  y be burned alive.  Next summer will be so hot that  people will be cooked on their  bones.   When you turn the kit-  ewrclien faucet next July warm blood  '^^[{flow,  and the soft skin of  l':"%fl������i will break out in loath-  !%ores,  arid  seven plagues  ;i������3&yastate the earth."  Df;*arkhurst advises the peo-  pie to-tread the 24th chapter of  Matthew, verse 27, if they don't  believe it.  ion  **&-'&-. Goes Through Ice  Peace River Mail  entire   mail,   outfit   and  were   lost  recently   by  breaking through the ice on the  v    Athbasca river.    The Northern  'JL nvers are as yet unsafe,  Saskatoon, Sask.���������George E.  McGraney, M. P. for Saskatoon,  who has just returned fi'om Ottawa, predicts that there will be an  election at the end of the present  session on the navy question.  He states that many Conserva^  tives believe in the Laurier policy and believes that the Liberals  will again carry the country with  a substantial majority.  President Taft Has  Narrow Escape  S. S. Camosun docked here  Sunday morning.with the usual  large consignment of freight.  Among the passengers for this  port were included Messrs, Carl  W. Brink, J. House and William  Keddy.     ^______  Mr. J. A. House is superintending the'installation of:the  telegraphic instruments in the  building opposite the 'Courier  office, which has been rented by  the Dominion Government to be  used as headquarters for the op-,  erator at this end of the wire.  Mr. House reports that telephonic communication has been  effected between 150 Mile House,  Cariboo Road and the McKlinchy  ranch at One Eye Lake where an  operator is stationed. Telegraphic communications will be transmitted by 'phone between these  points for the time being..  The annual ..meeting of the  General Hospital Association will  be held at Colony Hall, Hagensborg,  Friday, .January  17th," at  2 p. m.  P. Lauritson, Chairman.  ' The steamer Dunsmuir, X^apt.  Mathiespn, came up from Ocean  Fa.H.s; Thursday evening, bringing a party to look over some of  of the extensive holdings bf the  Ocean .Falls Co., Ltd., thi oughou t  Bella Coola Valley,   ;:      .' ;  Mr..'M.: -Smaby, who-is- accompanying the party, informed the  "Courier" that the weather at  the.Falls had for some time been  of an .unpleasant nature, though  practically, no snow has yet fallen.  Health conditions among the  ���������r  large force of laborers at that  place are" excellent. !  The many friends of Mr. Reginald Hill, well known on the  northern coast as the genial head  net-man at Bella Coola cannery,  will be interested in the following  account, of his marriage.  A very interesting event took  place on Wednesday 4th ulto., at  the home of Mr. John M. Gillis,  3125 Sixth Ave., Kitsilano, when  his sister, Dollie Ann, a very  popular young lady of Point Piim,  P. E. I., and daughter of Mrs. K.  and the late'Donald'Gillis, was  united in marriage to Mr. R. Hill  of Vancouver.  , The guests included only the  relatives and ,mpst i n t i m a te  friends of the young couple,  The Rev. Dr. Wright performed  the ceremony, the wedding march  from Lohengrin being played by  Miss Ria Dunne.   c  The bride looked charming in  a gown of white satin with the  usual veil of; orange blossoms and  carried a bouquet of cream rosts  and ferns.' " , ���������    ': ���������  Miss Tilly Hubley who attended  the bride, wore cream silk and  carried a bouquet of pink carnations, r,  -Mr. Glarence'Hubley was best  man.  The groom's gift to the bride  was a beautiful set of furs, to the  bridesmaid a gold bracelet set  with pearls and to the groomsman a pair of gold.cuff, links.  After the wedding breakfast  the young couple left for Victoria  on their way south, the bride  travelling in a navy blue suit  with hat to match.  Upon their return Mr. and Mrs.  Hill will reside in Fairview, Vancouver.  The addition to the hospital is  completed and presents a very  creditable appearance. What  will happen now that the hospital has its own separate kitchen  and laundry remains to be seen.  It may be used.  Wagons are housed and sleighs  are the order . throughout the  Valley.    .;' '   /��������� . .-' ...'  Dr. W. J. Quinlan of Prince Rupert wishes us to announce that  owing to circumstances he has  found it impossible to visit Bella  Coola as previously announced,  but will call here early in the  new year.  Mr, Harry Morgan, of Optsa  Lake, in sending his subscription  to the ' 'Courier'' states that he  has at time of writing just returned home from his last trip to  Bella Coola.  Mr. Morgan reports beautiful  weather, thermometer not yet  below zero, only three inches of  snow and stock still running out  His letter his dated December 1.  We are pleasedto announce the  arrival of a son to the home of  Mr. and Mrs.; Roy Mosher.at  Hagensborg on the 26th ulto.  The 'Courier' extends its hearty  congratulations.  Bella Coola Debating Society. ...-���������'  Despite the boisterous weather  Mr. J. T. Brooks is operator in a large audience gathered at the  charge pro. tern, at Bella Coola' Mackenzie School  on  Thursday  and will remain until the line is  in perfect working order, when  a permanent operator is expected  to take charge.  The many friends of Mr. Olaf  A, Urseth will be interested to  learn that: he has chosen the  Northwestern   Conservatory   of  continue, Ins .-.studies  Panama.���������Fifteen minutes after President Taft had passed on Music, .Minneapolis,  his way to the ball in his honor at  the National theatre, a.;.kiosks  near the station on Central ave.',  the principal street of the town,  was blown up by dynamite whiie  the street was still lined., with  police.  where  to Wheeler,.  Under the  evening, and listened with rapt  attention to the various speaker.'.!  expounding their ideuR for or  against "Votes for Women."  In the absence of Rev.- W. Ii.  Gibson, the leadership of the  affirmative was taken by Mr. A.  C. Chris.tens.en and being ably  supported by Messrs Robinson,  and    Miss    Roberts,  The annual meeting of the  Bella Coola Conservative Association will be held at 3 p.'.m. today at the town of Bella .Coola.  All members-are asked to at-.  tend.    Annual subscriptions will  be payable. " '  G. Lindsell, Sec.  Mr. Max Hickman, the well-  known rancher from the Upper  Valley, has .been spending the  holidays in town^  Mr. Hickman, intends returning to his home in a few days.  For the benefit of those who  may fail to recognise them in  their newly adopted disguise, we  may mention that Charlie and  Jesse Hendricks have been in  town over the holidays.  NOTICE  Ocean Falls  (FROM OUR RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  Mr. D. Broderick arrived at the  Falls on the Queen City with a  crew of men to commence work  on the new storage dam "at :th@  outlet of Link' Lake.      ���������"      '  "-  -. The new dam will raise the  waters of the lake ten feet above  the present level, and as the. lake  is sixteen miles long it will give  an ample supply of water, for  power purposes in the driest  season. ':- ���������';;^:')?'  Mr. Broderick states-that %"ikty  more men^ will arrive' on^-the  Camosun to assist in the-cpn-  struction --work.  The Prince Albert cleared this  port at 2:30 a. m., 'last;Friday  direct from Queen Charlotte Islands via Millbank Sound.  Captain Donald reports heavy  weather in the straits.  The S. S. Henrietta landed  machinery at this port Saturday  valued at $6000 which was cleared  at the local customs office.  Duty to the amount of $1710  was paid on same by the Ocean  Falls Co.    .  ���������Nicholas M. Dapulos, a greek,  .personal..M������m������tJon"of ..Professor  Rktihe������ster^ lafe'iol Berlin���������, Bella  Coola's talented young violinist is  making excellent progress and  doubtless much   more   will   be  All holders of tickets for the  drawing df The Hardangcr Curtains  gained a well deserved victory,    jare most cordially invited to the! UT1til recentlyremployed as stew  The next debate will talirplace Ihome of Mr- aml Mrs- B- R Jacob"  at the Mackenzie School on Thurs  day 16th inst.-, at 7:30 p. in., the  subject for debate being: "Re-  sen on January 10th, 1913, at 8  o'clock p. m.  The drawing will  take place  during the evening and a social  heard of him in the near future, i be abolished.''  solved that Capital Punishment time promi^ed to all.  ard on S; S:;J^nsimner,Ue^fc the  Falls on the last Camosun for  Vancouver en route for Greece  to assrt his countrymen against  the Turks. ��������� f.' 1  x  S  BEkLA  COOLA COURIER  Saturday, January 4t  i he (Jouner  : were providing the best possible  j force for the protection of ������be  PDBLisH2i>WEEKLYATBEiXA.qoo^By|E     .        So, I am at one .with ���������\  i  A- Valuable Lesson  y,t.i.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES j  l Year .' fl-00  6 Month- ������r'V  ������'75  3 Months ..;...-."/.* - 9JS0  United States  j the Prime Minister as far as this  i is concerned.   I am at one with  jhim in this respect also, that I  think that an .expenditure designed for that purpose, ought in.  '"i-Ye������r. : f*-50 the main, at least, to be under  United Kingdom  1 Year.  .$2.00  Subscriptions payable in advance.  Subscribers not receiving their copy  regularly please notify the management  'at<HM������., Changes in address should be  sent in sw soon 3fl poseible. '    ���������  'F������������ ADvzK'iii-xvj Rates,"Apply- at  To COERBSPOf .-DEWTS���������No letters will t>c published  im he Courier except o* er the writer"* sijjnature.  The Editor r������*ervee tbe right to refuse pubb-  - - ^uu oi air/ letter. AH mannseript at writer's  risk.  VaBcetmar Gfice - - 317-323 Cambie St  '&9&S3 populi suprtmu est tex~  the control of our own parliament  and that by making an appropriation of that kind and attending  to the defence-of our own coasts  by co-operation and co-ordination  with the Imperial naval forces,  we would be rendering a-real  service in the defence of the Empire and we would be doing our  duty not only to Canada but to  the Empire as a whole." -  SATURDAY, JAN. 4, 1912.  t -i       ���������    -       '>  1   ?  istency?  . '.' '"Mr. Borden" iff office has pro-  posed the same naval policy which  -   *       - ,v     - .*" &. ���������  he advocated,in opposition;'! so  Issays the Vancouver News-Adver.  ,' s Itlwbuld'he in&restih#,to learn  how'/the1'New-Advertiser- could  arrive at that conclusion.  ' 'Gertamiy.Tthe following ut^erj  ' ��������� *,-1    -   r   -     -    j. .*  - -- - *- <  ance by Mr? Borden in.l&KVlwith  the German menace, fresh, in'his  Wild, - would give the average  t i *    ' ."'<i i "  'persona very different impression'  . '*<-,   i ,���������������- .* .- ,      <       ��������� ,  ���������' "Insofar as my right honor-  able ,friend ,thel Prime Minister  A, today, dutlirfecT the lines of:���������naval  "^.defehije^of this country I^am en-  -, ,tir<elyatone.witH him., kl am.en-  %', tirelydfjoplii^n,'inthefirst^lace;  \v that'^the ,proper'line upon ��������� which  : v we^shduld1 proceed in that regard  is the line .of having a Canadian  "   force' of' our- bvyn/' I entirely ^>e-  lieve in thst.   The other experiment has been tried'as between  Australia and the Mother Country.  " ��������� and 'it-has. not worked satisfac-  tory in any'respect./'In Great  'Britain the contribution has perhaps been "regarded"as rather tm-  ��������� satisfactory.-     In Australia'it'  failed-iii'the end to nieet with the  -'  >   '      ���������      .     ��������� j- '       'j *'-*  approval of the people, for the  reason that Great Britain felt  constrained to ask Australia that  the/field of-operations of - the  squadron should be extended to  the China and Indian 'Seas; and  when the operation of that squadron was so extended the Austra-  tralians felt that the contribution  which they had been making for.  some years past was not really  being used-to give.that^protection to Australia which her interests . demanded. So that the  policy of Australia at the present  time is to build up a flotilla of  submarines and torpedo boats  which, in ease of war, would cooperate with the armed cruisers  and battleships of the British  navy. It was pointed out in discussing this- question that' Australia in providing a force of that  kind would provide a force which  it would be very difficult if not  impossible for Great Britain to  send across the seas and that in  thus protecting themselves they  The following words taken from  the judgment handed down by  Mr. Justice Morrison attheclose  of the Danieil trial,'lately held at  the Kamloops Assizes, contain a  lesson that many ^ill do well to  ponder "and take to* heart:���������"We  are all in a youngjeountry, and  we are all comparatively young,  and the road is, long. None of  us >caa: afford to have enemiejsf,  and none of us can afford to make  them. None of us have too many  friends, no matter what our  position is."  An Annual Occurrence  The settlers living above the  Ncosatsam River, impelled by a  not unnatural desire to get to the  stores with their teams to pur-  chase the necessarieis of life,  have completed their annual task  of constructing^, by  their own  i  labor and at'their own'expense,  a, crossing over "tfie"afqremen-  tioned river. . , ' ^,-_ , *- .'  . This crossing isof -course only  of the same temporary nature; as.  the several others" the same setter      ,"'*���������'    "'-    - :���������>  lers have been compelled to construct from time to time. .    - .  ' -    I    ,-���������������     '    i.   '       ;' * '   -,      ,  ��������� Frbm-Trjow<-;until  late in 'the  ^-, -.... -,:'- .. ,-���������- - '.">",'  spring, the^fbad^to and^from^the  hew bridjge'overTtbe -canyon ivill  be "impassable; "for' wagons or  sleighs,-'being,fri>everal places a,  G-GH.L-  The jforegoing succinctly states  a great truth. It may be taken  as a fact, that many a hasty action would be left Undone, many  a word be left unspoken, or unwritten, had the author of it  learat the lesson contained inthe  above extract ���������     <  ". Mankind, as a general rule, is  far too ready to see and com-  rhent upon the faults of his fel-  low man, while * forgetting   his  ��������� - - -   ���������' ,\s  own,-and very f������w^ if any, are  themselves so perfect, that they  are entitled to sitj in- judgment  upon the actions of their fellows  No decent man can at heart  have any sympathy with the  'muck-rake'/an individual who  is unfortunately only too common in these days.  Speech may be silver, but si  lence truly is golden, and he who  knows how to "be silent, how to  make allowances, how to judge  fairly, is the. man/who will earn  the r^pecVianof the friendship,  of those with whom he may be  brought in contact '  Particularly does the above ap-  ply to the Press, whose power is  greater and more far reaching  than many realize, and those  in whose hands this power lies,  cannot be too careful in keeping  these precepts constantly in mind.  With the advent of a New  Year, and the opportunity  of makingas it were a hew start,  the words of Judge Morrison may  well, be borne in mind when we  are forming bur resolutions for  future conduct, and acting upon  them cannot but conduce to a  more harmonious understanding  between ourselves, and our fel-  low men. .  Are You Interested  In Watches and  High - grade we ^ ^ uw  manufacturers of  STERLING SILVER.  WARE in Canada.  We carry all lines of quality Silver-  plate Tableware and Cutler)' as  well as Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cot Glass.  Iewellry ?  Then write for our Illustrated Catalog  which will be ������ent free to your addre������������  Take  of Van*  layer, jt  purchafl  Comri  thf ee "  rec  u  %  *������  *W���������V  fit.  Uater  V'  IF YOU HAVE TO BUY A  WEDDING PRESENT. THIS .F>VLL  'CONSULT OUR" CATALOG  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Vancouver, B. C.  GEORGE E. TROREY  Managing Director  <*J*   * *     it   j:      ^-������f  of Vane  i ,iGort}Xi  /! Vesfeg  , tainmg'J  'LAND   NOTICES  Vancouver Land District.  Vancouver Land District  <<$  District of Coast, Rajjgf������  ,Take Notice that Allan R. >!a iVi  of Vancouver, B.^C, occujxi'wi rAA  *?'  raoreor loss.  GEORGE JENKINGS.  Date. October 14th. 1312. ^_  Vancouver Land District/  yA Court House.  solid*bldcWof-iceJ :  '  '- Itrremains-1������" be seen' if this  state of ;affairs'is to-con'tinue indefinitely or whether the visit'bf  the' Inspector "of' 'bridges this  summer willresuit in something  being idone to enable the settlers  above Noosatsum River to get. to  and from town without having to  construct a temporary bridge or  take the unhappy, alternative of  risking life and limbs by attempting to travel the New' Govern-.  ment.Road.    "/      . .  The people of Bel\a Coola-"are  law-abiding and altogether good  r -i  citizens, but thestime*has arrived  . when- a X3o,tirt'.Housens ^Very-urgently required. '' - -'" \ *  ���������' It has been, the custom for the  school house to, be used, for the  hearing of cases .that occasionally  arise (for cases. will arise in the  most enlightened communities.)  This is not always convenient and  the only alternative has been for  the case "to be tried' in the com  stable's "office, whicb also comprises the major portion of his  private residence.  ; Bella Coola should have a Court  House -with' a" Suitable office for  the constable and the privacy of  his home should not be disturbed.  > "Under present conditions one  never knows where a' case may  be tried,' whether in. constable  Broughton's office, in the -town  school,* or in the' Indian school on  the Reserve.  If there-is'need in Bella Coola  for a provincial constable", an Indian constable, an Indian agent,  who^is also a magistrate, three  justices of the Peace, surely there  must be some need for a Court  House.  Following the custom of over  twenty years, Bella Coola rested  during Christmas week. The  "Courier" staff being granted a  respite from its arduous labors.  Hence no paper. ,-  District of Coast, Range 3    w. ,��������� .���������, .,__,._.......,,  Take Notice that Artdv  Burhoe of fiends to aitoly for permwios \-r  Vancouver?'B? C   occupSion farmer, j ch^se ^e tJtonng: d������cnI^Vf  intends to apply for permission to pur-f s Commenangr at a post pW<!s<  ������Ko������i thn ������f\n������\tZ ri^erihed land- i f������ur im,es distant and in a ������>..>,;.  CbcTmmendJn"5^stnpSSat the r������tta������ from the waten. extr������r >  eastern extremity S Nahlnuza Lake, Nahtouza Lake, marked ������,at ,-w.  __.."] "il " L'. Z.m~- *\.������.n..������ D,������.*K !> ner, thence norlh ewhty ci.flir- i  Cflo  ' '     4.!  <s l  marked nortfc-we&t corner, thence Bouth  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains; containing 640 acres,  more or less.  .ANDY BURHOE.  D*t������. October Uth, 1912. .  nerr thence norlh eighty choir- i^  v/csat eighty chains, uience >outh e {.  chains, thence east eighty cUi-s, -  taining Wo acren, more or less.     %  ALL'ANR. MACFARL^SE  '  Vatc, October Uth. 1912. (  Vancouver Land District  i  ���������   District of Coast, Raw;  , Take Notice that Rachel Marfv  Take Notice that George Jenkings of of Vancouver, I|I.C., occui-ation m  Vancouver,   B. C, occuJaUon fanner, rtate agent, inTfeMs l>> i������,.p.;. S<  intends to apply for permission to pur-  niuwioft to purcbabO the ������������lk,wj,  chase the fo lowing described land: scribed land: *,-���������./*  Commencing at a iwftl planted at the  ���������  Comnwicroff at a post planted <  eastern extremity of Nahtouza,Lake,   three miles west and  one . mile >, ;  marked south-west corner, the nee ��������� north j������n>m the westerne^ctrennty of Ni...  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  ������''M  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take* Notice that James K. Macfar-  -������������������-���������      ,        ���������uth  ec������f  cijains, fhence west eighty chaira, * 'wi  taining 64o acres, more or less.  RjKCHEL macfaulanl  Date, October Uth, 1S12.  Vancouver Land District  District of Coast, Range!  iaKe notice mat jaines j\. mai,-jiir-j  lane of Vancouver,  B.C., occupation;   Take notice that Duncan M.Mkcim  farmer, intends to apply for permis&ior. [ of Vancouver, B. C, occupaUpn lun.(  to purchase the following described land: ���������' man, intends to apply for permia^i  Commencing'at a }x>st,planted about! purchase the following deficrjbeflaJi.  three miles west and one mile north Commencing at a post planted u  fij>m.the western extremity of Nahlou- miles distant ai.d in a westerly airm  ������& Lake, marked north-east corner, | from the western extremity of hUA  thence north forty chains, thence west j 2a Lake, marked, south-east con  eighty chains, thence south forty chains,! thence north eighty chains, thence n  thence east eighty chains to point' Of} eighty chains, thence south eifi  commencement; comprising 320 acres,! chains, thence east eighty chains, ������  more or less.    -,-   * ���������       '        ������������������       .'   | taining 64o acres, more or less.  JAMES K. MACFAKLANE.'.       -   DUNCAN M. MACPARLANE-  ^te, October llth.,1912. - ���������' ��������� r>nl*. October Uth. 1312.  er*. i ��������� 111 i.i       ���������   ii i ��������� i   ��������� i i .-...��������������������������� ���������.^.*- .   . '       ~*    '" '    X  SEOROP  ->Si;po  ' *���������������  ������������������J  lot  t warn  A. PAUL!ME Dealer in  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  Raw Furs Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied  Gasoline Launches for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B. C.  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SERVICE, R8GHT PRICES  The Clarke-Stoart Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER   B.C.   . .���������  ��������� ^    \  ' Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systems  TRANSITS, LEVELS, CHAINS, &c, and  everything for the Surveyor and Architect  Instruments Repaired by our Experts  , We Blue Print for You    f  For Immediate shipment   SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT |,  DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES AND HYLOPLATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICES   AND   SAMPLES   ON   REQUEST  UNION STEAMSHIP CQ. OF B.C., LTD.  Boscowitz Stfeamship Co.? Ltd.  REGULAR FREIGHT  AND PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  Q Q *VFNTIIR F ^aves Vancouver every Thursday at 11 p.n-  O. O. V ������.n fi u i\i^ Leayes Bejia Coob Sunday morning  IV* ,���������.  ���������41  ir������������fV������i������tfiinw. mwnn  S. S. "Capilano" or S. S. "Coquitlam" also call with  Gasoline and Explosives by special arrangement  For rates of Freights, Fares and other information, apply J?  Head Office, Carrall St., Vancouver; or John B/\rno^j<  1003 Government St.. Victoria.  PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY. *������  SMpatirday, January 4,   l$}3  BELLA COOLA COURIER  i  ifj.  it  >  Yancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.'  Take notice that William W. Wollow  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation bru-L  layer.intends to apply for pcrnuBBiou to  purchasi^jthe following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  tiirro-flifles distant and in a westerly di-  rectspa*jfrom the western extremity of  N������Hl'Miil^%'ake' marked north-east <:or-  TiM^W^ace south eighty chains, thence  fj^fmkhty chains, thence r.cvth eighty  ss  Vancouver Land District.  " District of Coast, Range 3.  . ������ak,e< notice that Walter Macfarlane  of Vancouver, B. C.,bceupation lumberman,','jnlends to apply for permission to  1 purchase'the following described land:  -��������� /������C3oiwnmcing at a post planted about  '- ^oMiUiU^r distant and in a westerly di-  ��������� TecSoMwom the western extremity of  ��������� ^NakHssM^Lake, marked north-east cor-  ". - nejrvHtHignce south eighty chains, thence  ���������J westf������l^hty chains, thence north eighty  ' ', ehairfethance east e>fibty chains; con-  tainmg<|f4o acres, more or less.  ~     jf^WALTER MACFARLANE.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE; III.  Take Notice that 1, Mark Walter  Marvin, of Atnarko, Upper Bella Coola,  occupation rancher, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described land:      ,  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of H. Harrison's preemption claim, thence South 20 chains,  thence East 80 chains, thence North 20  chains,-'thence West 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing 160 acres,  more or less, in the locality known as  the Sugar Camp, On the Great Slide Old  Government Trail, Upper Bella Coola.  MARK WALTER MARVIN.  Dated December 3rd, ,1312.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  mamm  Dit^PjE&ber 14th. ial2.  'AVS-&  l'i  ^advertise in the  Courier?   The Paper  with a future.  ^ fi'vLAND WANTED  .V$?'WAWT TO PURCHASE in vicinity  SE  Jv  USINESS CARDS  SfKROY Phone Sty. 9387 J. nation  .NL  itit  UE.I  coni  fcii  s,������  ���������jt,  ^BUS Meets all boats and trains  J^UJIIIM   II     ��������� -������������������������ r .   Hotel Winters  5ABBOTT AND WATER STREETS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SEUIROPEAN   PLAN,   HOT AND CotO WATER.  1$Y;;bO to $2.50    steam heated  ROOMS WITH BATH  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that I, Archibald Richard Leese, of Atnarko, B. C, occupation  rancher, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted on the  Great Slide, Old Government TraiL about  3 miles from the north-east corner of  Robert Vernon Leese's pre-emption  claim, thence East 80 chains, thence  North 20 chains, thence West 80 chains,  thence South 20 chains to point of commencement, cpntainirig 160 acres, more  or less. ',���������������������������"���������.  ARCHIBALD RICHARD LE^ESE.  Dated.     ..������������������,.,"��������� He M. W. MARVIN,  December 3rd, 1812. Agent.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  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  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that I, George Young,  of Bella Coola, occupation rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  20 chains in a northerly direction from  Edwards pre-emption on the eastern  shore and near trie head of Lonesome  Lake, thence East 20 chains, thence  North 80 chains, thence West 20 chains,  thence along lake shore in a southerly  direction to point of commencement.  GEORGE YOUNG.  Dat������. 26th October, 1912.  CLAYTON  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coast-���������Range 3.  Take Notice that I, Kenneth F. Mc  Lennan, of Vancouver, occupation miner,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  80 chains in a southerly direction from  Edwards pre-emption to the east of Atnarko River, thence West 40 chains,  thence South 80 chains, thence East 40  chains, thence North 80 chains to point  of commencement.  KENNETH F. McLENNAN.  Date, 26th October. 1912. A  BELLA COOLA,  ESTABLISHED   1864  c:  30E  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  t t'l%tJM&\}k Coola from 40 to 80 acres of; thence No  '    Oiw^fgood soil, suitable for vegetable*] fh^8._ .1������j>t������u>t of .yommencemeti con  .   k'iin^fruit raising.    Give full description,  ^'-f^c^^d terms, to M. O. Fitzmaurice,  " &>^^d������Utt������l Delivery, Seattle, Wash,  -vssrf? ���������  & "Mfft  3  ...  I  ���������&&-  /ifirp- First-class Wa,tch Repairs  ���������        done at reasonable prices.  ^������jAH  work guaranteed  and postal  IcnaV'ges paid. Address all work to  ������fi������G. NOOT, 942 View Street  fiSR&      VICTORIA, B. C.  ' .Kti'n.'Yv;  In  iiVi - -  W i>' "l  taining 160 acres, more or less, situated  in, the locality known" as Sugar Camp,  on the Great Slide, Old Government  Trail, Upper Bella Coola. ' ;  v       ;       >        ALICE YOUNG..  Dated. Re M. W, MARVIN;  December 3rd; 1912,     "���������' Agent.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANG^ III.  Take Notice that I, Jack Jackson,-  ofBella Coola,.B.C., occupation logger,  intend to apply for permission to purchase t^e following deocribilld land: -  Commencing at a post planted aboui  3 L-2 miles distant and in a south-easterly direction from the south-eastern extremity of Nahlonza Lake, tlierice South  20 chains, thence East:40 chains, thence  North 20,chains, thence. West 40 chains  to point of commencement, containing  80 acres.  >    ; JACK JACKSON.  Date November 18th. 1912.   .    7 "��������� ...'".  V ANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that I, Gus Swanbe^g;  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 dirsctiori from the south-western ex-'  tremity 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. , K ".  ���������      ;:-:���������    GUS SWANBERG.  Date. November 19th. ls)12..  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE 3.  Take Notice that James Pearson  Wright, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  logger, intends toapply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  four milea aistant and in a southwesterly direction from the western  extremity of Kwalcho Lake, thence  South 40 chains, thence West 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence East 40  chains to point' of commencement, comprising 160 acres.  ���������    , JAMES PEARSON WRIGHT.  Dute 26th Auxtm, 1912.  Dry G  Boots and  Hardware  oeeries & General Merchanaise  30EI  HOE  1QIZ  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE 3. ,  Take Notice that Peter Carl Messick  of Vancouver, B.C., occupation logger,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  five and a half miles distant and in a  south-westerly direction from the western extremity of Kwalcho Lake, thence  South 40 chains, thence West 40 chains,  thence North* 40 chains, thence East 40  chains to point, of commencement, comprising 160 acres.  PETER CARL MESSICK.  Date 26th Amrust, 1912..    . .,  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Surveyors', Loggers' and Paek������train  .-'.".  '    ,.    ':',,    ',.' ��������� ,' ������������������.'���������������������������������������������'        " . . "'T   r. ''   ���������       ' /^ '      ' ''���������".'  Supplies a Speciality  xm*mmrff8m*mmamm  t--v~*<--j^-j*������1w*.''.V^ ^? tiWgMi  <i������tmsB}mj'my*mm<r9iww&tf**������*������  <f  ^  VANGOUVERLAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that William Sutherland  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation rancher  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:'���������'  Commencing at a post planted about  40 chains west from the south-west corner of Lot 16, North Bentihck Arm,  thence North 20 chains, thence West 40.  fhains, thence South 20 chains more oi-  loss to shore; thence Easterly 40 chains  along shore to point of commencement.  .'������������������.,. WILLIAM SUTHERLAND.  Date. November-2(ith. 1912.  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE 3.  Take Notice that George Henry  Burt, of * Vancouver, B. C, occupation  logger^ intends to apply for permission,  to purchase the following described land:  Cprnmehcing at a post planted about  two milesdistant anci in a south-westerly direction from the western extremity  of Kwalcho Lake, thence Soui h 40 chains,  thence West 80 chains, then������.e North 40  chains, thence; East 80 chains to point of  commencement, comprising^20 acres.  ;������������������ GEORGE HENRY BURT.  Date 25th Augruat; 1J.12. i  VANC0UyElv;K,C.  esase  ���������&  ���������V  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ')\*  ^ 'ff,������3������  Messrs BURROUGHS and HAGEN will install  POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES  at the GRAND VIEW HOTEL.   Will open on  or about January 1, 1913, with full new outfits  REAL   ESTATE    OFFICE   IN-   CONNECTION  Farm   Lqnds   and  Inalde  Property  handled  COME IN FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE  District of Coast���������Range-3. .  Take Notice that I, Hubert G. Hal-  ler, of Victoria, occupation Broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  c Commencing at a post planted about  160 chains south of Lonesome Lake to  the east of the Atnarko River,, thence  West40 chains, thence South 80-''chains,-,  thence East 40 chains, thence North 80  chains, to point of commencement.  HUBERT G. HALLER.  Dttte, 2uth October. Iyl2.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  o o    ��������� ������������������������ ' .    i ������������������.���������������������������'���������  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed   Pants,   Overalls,  TehiSi  Hand Knit  Sweater  Goods and  ������i!  ������������  ride of th;e West1 r  SOLD     BY    ALL     FIRST     GLASS     MERCHANTS  u������jj������*m ^mra*ttn+&m-s**;*ii������+o&M ��������� > ��������� i;wmmm * Jj������*f������  wnnii 'in inwiiuiiBi^atoyyiiri^.^rtii^fci^ittaany  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that I, John A. Conkey,  of Vancouver, occupation broker, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted ahout  ,1 1-4 miles in a southerly direction from  the junction of the Atnarko River and  the East Fork, on the eastern shore and  near the head of a small lake, thence  West 40 chains, thence South 80 chains,  thence East 40 chains, thence North" SO  chains,.to point of commencement.  , JOHN A. CONKEY.  Date, 2Gth October, 1012:     ���������  h haamo-aemH)  I |F YOU intend Building let us estimate the cost of Construction for you  n mil iimiih h������iwtc -tnir-im  Wc supply Materials of all Kinds       No extra charge for  Plans and Specifications Satisfaction Guaranteed  '<fXi.  1   V|}  otnnsoii  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  British Columbia  p-eKSBfto-msBfrcxmsiBft-o-flnBtK >-������bkobk j-gsssh i-9Bm-o-mas&o^asa-ommt-ChaBS������<l  lxsaanxBSs>o^3aafO������tBBK Hnaaox  xssaoo^atSBx>^aBKyvBS!������<i^s^-z  m  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  A;>e.il  for .arid'Owpor  of   ,  ���������FARM, TMBER LANDS "AND WATER TOWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND'-VICINITY:  TEN ACRE FARMS A> SPECIALITY  ^ After a residence of 30 years I Siave acquired   '  a lKo:'ough   t:nowledg<7  of  the whole   coast., of  liritish Co'uiiiLia, v mid  cau  yive  reliable lafbf-  mabou of the diffoent resources at almost"any .  point in this- j^art of the province.     All informa- '���������'.  tfbn strictly guaranteed.  ^B. FILLIP JACOBSEN,; Bella Coola, B.C.-  ���������*#���������)���������; .^*.w������Wo^������Qfc^:'^*������AJ-^3A**>**A^^^iJ������'������^������J^^fW^f*.*t������g������a -fr������*M.������v>MlW-A #i*  sss^e  -*" -���������'���������h'1 ���������"*'   i'   "  MamrtiMtUii.*'!* mw .  \\  "    District of Coa^t���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Augustine Marie  Hicklenton, 'of Bella Coola, B.C, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  200 feet in a north-easterly direction  from the Indian salmon house situated  about 20 miles ������'p the Atnarko river,  thence West 40 chains, thence South 20  chains, thence East 40 chains, thence  North 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres, more oc less.  AUGUSTINE MABIE HICKLENTON  Date. October 19th. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT  OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that.Raiza McMillan of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation married  w^rnanf.intenils-.'to apply for permission  to'piircnape the followin.nr described hind:  Commencing at a post planted 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 chairs, thence  Wcdt 20 chains, thence North 20 cl\ains  to point of commencement, containing  40 acres.  RAIZA MCMILLAN.  Date, November 15th. 1912.  m������HJ'i1< -1-if.inu--  etc.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  'GROCERIES                                    TENTS  DRY   GOODS                 CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE               PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY   AND   GRAIN  HAGENSBORG  12   MSLE3   FROni   BEU-ft   COOL*   AND   ON   DIRECT   ROUTE   TO   THE   INTERIOR  I   tt>-OTS������&-������K!^0 <tm?������Q������Si3������-{i ������~i45^0-aE������W������; '��������� ������in&tMK������ cS>I7i^*0<CT������<aJ-(^^ .*���������  B&LLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturday, January 4, /914  m  '     A NEW YEAR'S      I  GREETING ?  1  1  a  O  0  d3  'T'O our many Customers  and to the Readers of the  "Courier"   we    extend   our  heartiest wishes for a   .   .   .  Happy and Prosperous  New Year.  ' ���������    <���������  \     ',   , t'  ?���������      :" ...  B. Brynildsen  &  Co.  Bella Coola, B.C.   -:  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3:  Take Notice thai Earl H. Stoessiger  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation farmer, intends to appljf for ��������� permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at % post planted two  miles distant mid in a wasterly direction  from the north-wescorner of Lot 546-in  the vicinity of Towijystan Lake, thence  south 80 chains, therice west SO chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres. V  EARL H. STOESSIGER.  Dated. 2nd November. 1912.  VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  ;   DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  1  j    Take Notice that M. H. Loveloin of  ! Ocean Falls,  B. C, occupation logger,  ; intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted four-  and-a-half miles west and half-a-mile  south f i-om the south-west corner of Lot  405 vicinity of Anaham Lake, thence  south 80 dhains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of commencement, comprising 642 acres.  M. H. LOVELOIN.  Dated. 5th November. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  O  IS)  D  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  ' Take Notice tftat 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  jnije .distant, and in? a westerly direction  from the south-west'corner of Lot 547  in the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence  south 80 chains, tH'ence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of Commencement, comprising 640 acres.   ' ,  HAN^S KASPERSEN.  Dated. 1st November. 13)2.  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  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 x>f Lot ,546- in the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence south  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  north ������0 chains, thence east 80 chains  to point of commencement, comprising  640 acres.  JAMES B. HARRISON.  Dated. -2nd November, 1312.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  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 E. BUDLONG.,  Dated. 4th November, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  0  0  CZUOEZDl  lol   |o|   cj^__joi >    fokfol  |czhoizd|-,,|o|  1                               *  -..,._* i-J ~1-1 1���������-������������������ 11   (       ���������         ������  >r  a             *'  ' ~   ' LAND NOTICES���������Continued.    ;������  5  :. .'  .      ,*,.���������  'VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT- OF COAST; RANGE 3.  f I ������ * * r  ..' Take". Notice that Carl W. Brink, of-  Commencing./at -a-"pY>sV������plantedc one  ;mile distant and in a westerlyrdirection  from the north-west corner of Lot 547  -in the vicini ty of Towdystan Lake, thence  South, 80- chains,' thence east 80 chains,  thence aforth 40 chains, thence west 40  "chains, thence,north' 40 chains, thence-  (west 40 chains to point of commence-,  mant,' comprising 480 acres. -������  ���������   -M '.-. - CARL\W. BRINK.  '  Dated, 1st November, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT. OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Lloyd M. Robinson of Bella .Coola,i B. C.,- occupation  farmer, intends to apply for;permission  -to pur chase the following descri bed land:  ;j? Gommetfcihgr at'<!aCpoBt' 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;-thenceeast" 80 chains,  thence sou$h,40 chains/thence/west'80  chains to point-of commencement, comprising 520, acres. J - . ��������� ,  "     . *    .'-LLOYD M-. ROBINSON.'  iDated; 1st November, 1912.'  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Takb 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,-*-, post, planted 7������ne  mile distant and in a westerly direction  from the south-west comer of Lot 546 in  the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, thence  north 80" chains, thence east 80 chains;  thence south SO chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement, comprising 640-acres. ������ .  .< EDWARD A. WHEELER. .  Datedi iBt4 November. lsJ'l2.  VANCOUVER L'AND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF CQAST, RANGE 3.  Take*Notice that John Johnson of  Bella, Coola, B. C.j. occupation farmer,  intends to apply fori;-permission to purchase th'e following "described land: .(  '"'Commencing at k post planted one  mile distant" and in a westerly direction  from the north-wesbcorner of Lot 404 in  the vicinity of Anaham Lake, thence  South 80 chainB, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of "commencement, com  prising 640 acres.   ������������������' '. ~  ���������. ���������     *  ^.-      , ��������� JOHN JOHNSON. ���������,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  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  . 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.  GILBERT CLARK.  Dated, 6th November. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  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 westand 60 chains  south from,the south-west corner of Lot  404 in the vicinity of Anaham Lake,  thence south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence North, 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to point of commencement, comprising 640 acres.  HUGO BROWN.   ,  Dated. 6th November. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT I  district of coast, range 3 3  TAKE NoTICE'that Peter  Marr-'n"\ "*'  Bella Coola, B. C, occupation iisherm.  intends to apply for permiosiori t^ ,?"'  chase the following described land-  Commencing jit a post planted u.  miles distant and in a westerly direct  from the t north-west comer of I. ot S  in the vicinity of Towdystan "uiT  thence south 80 chains, thence east''  chains, thence north 80 chains, ther*'  west 80 chains to point of comrr^rr'  ment, comprising 640 acres. *  PETER MARHik  Dated. 2nd November, 1912.  n.f  ' DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice' that Joseph McMillan  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation fisherman, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing-at a1 post planted about  two miles west and 40 chains north of  the south-west corner of Lot 404 in the  vicinity 'of "Anaham 'Lake, thence west  80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains  to point of commencement, comprising  640 acres.*",    ���������    ''  ���������-   ' JOSEPH MCMILLAN.  Dated, 6th November. 1312.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTKIC;  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGL 3  Take Notice that Charles Tajlorc  Bella Coola, B. C, occupation barb*.  intends to apply for permission to pu  chase the following .described land  commencing at a past planted four mi|4  west and one and one-half miles norti  from the north-west corner of Lot&^u  the vicinity of Towdystan Lake, then'  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chvn  thence west SO chains thence north ^,  chains (xrpoint of commencement, con  prising 640 acres.  CHARLES TAYLOR  Dated, 2nd November, 1812,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  -*-:  \  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE l  Take Noticb -that .Olaf, Fosbatk c'  Bella Coolo.'B. C, occupation farire:  intends to apply for permission to pv!  chase the following-described land-  Commencing at a post planted at/su  one mile distant and in a westerly <iirtt  tion from the south-west corner oi U f  54C in the vicinity of Towdybtaii id'nf '  thence south 80 chains, thentv we������i), f.  chains, thence north 80 chains ikr.tr -  east 80 chains to point of cornmu'io     "  ment, comprising 640 acres.  OLAF FOSBACK   *"  Dated, list November.' 1912.  VANCOUVER;LAND DISTRK  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Clara M.' Procter,  of London, England,'occupation'widow,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: '���������  Commencing, at a post .planted 120  chains north and' 60 chains east "of  the north-east corner of Tucker's preemption, lot 446. Thence North ( 20'  chains, thence^ East 35 chains more; by  less to the Necleetsc'ohhay river, thence  South 20 chains more or less, following  said river, thence West 10 chains t5  point-of commencement, containing 40  acres more or less.:.. ~  ",    *       CLARA M. PROCTER.  Date Sept. 28th, 1912     ��������� L. W. PROCTEJt. Agent  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Alex Cambell of  Ocean Falls, B. C, occupation logger,  intends to'applyfor permission-to purchase the1"following described land:.  Commencing at a post planted about  one-half mile south from the crossing of  the Salmon River on the Lunos Trail in  the vicinity of Fish Trap, thence south  80 chains, thence east SO chains, th,ence  north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to t  point of commencement, comprising 640  acres.  ALEX CAMBELL.  Dated, 6th November. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that Walter Eugene  Ra/cliff o^ Bella Coola, B. C/, occupation  Rancher^intends to apply for permission  to   purchase , the ���������'following  described  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE  '  Take Notice that'Allen R. Mat Ft"1  lane of Ocean Falls, B.C., occupy J* ~f  logger, intends to apply for pernio * ������A  to purchase the following described Uu. ^i  Commencing at, a post planted u������ ";  mile distant and in a-westerly direct *;K?  from the northwest corner of Lot 4< t. rf)  the vicinity of Anaham Lake, vhr ��������� <Vf  south 80 chains, thence east 80 i lmi*i " V  thence north 80 chains, thence w cat s .  chains to point of comWnoement, cos-  prising 640 acres.  .    ALLEN R. MacFARLANE    ������"  Dated. 5th November, IS12.-  ��������� i f  VANCOUVER LANbi)ISTR]CT  lands:    ,/  a^e,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Efltelle E. Suggitt  of Coaldale, Alberta, occupation married  woman, intends to "apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted 60  chains north and,40 chains east of the  north-east comer of Tucker's pre-emption, lot 446, on the bank of the Nec-  leetsconnay river. Thence North 60  chains, thence East 30 chains more or  less, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence  South along river to point of commencement, containing 70 acres more or less.  .'ESTEI^LE E. SUGGITT.  Date, Sept. 28th, 1912. :   V. W. PROCTER, Aarent  Commencing"af' a' post planted, about"  jthree mills distant" and' in a southerly  direction;,fr,Qnv the mouth of Hotnarko  river and1 on_tha,Atnarko river, thence  West 20 cK'amSf thence South 40 chains,  .th������b,ce EjL������}t<20 chains, thence North 40  chains! to, point. of 4 commencement, containing gO-acres.-.' /  .W"ALTER -EUGENE RATCLIFF'.  Date, 9th pisceml?ar;U J12, .- -    , '  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANG LIU  Take Notice that.WIUIairi Bert Bu  row, of Bella Coola, B.fi., occupation  rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchask the' following described land  Commencing at a post planted about  2 1-2 miles distant and jn a wester!)  direction from the north-west corner of  William Bert Barrow.'s- pre-emption on  Hotnarko river,- thence East 40 chair.E,  thence South 20 chains, thence West i������  chains, thence North 20* chains to point  of "commencement, cdnfaining 80 acres  W/ILLIAM BERT BARROW.  Date, 27th October. 1*12.   '-'*  *���������#  4w  '������;������>'<o^ '^fry'v*  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER"  erent  tyies  ���������MK-in. Hand Made Logger  "BEST FOR THE WEST"  MENS', BOYS'  AND YOUTHS'  SHOES  Our Loggers', Miners'.  Prospectors' and Boys'  Shoes are THE BEST  THAT MONEY CAN  ������������������������������������; BUY -  it iiWr'  ECKIEeOLTD.  .. Largest Shoe c.  Manufacturers on  tha Pacific Coast  VANCOUVER LANP DISTRICT  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Leslie W. Procter,  of Duncan, B. C, occupation civil engineer, intends to apply for permission  to.purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner, of Tucker's precernp-  tlbn, lot 446, ; on the Necleetsconnay  river'.' ^ Thence North 60 chains, thence  East 40 chains more or less, to the Necleetsconnay river, thence South along  said river to point of commencement,  containing 90 acres more or less.  LESLIE W. PROCTER.  Date, September 28th. 1912.'   L        , " "'  ThereYa  Difference  in  the Price!  A  ND A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's no practical  difference in the value and efficiency of these Cycles.  Some were "damaged in transit, some are simply "shop-  soiled"'and some have been out on hire a few times  only, but all are offered at BIG REDUCTIONS. Let us  know your requirements and we will send particulars.  DON'T FORGET���������That the expenditure of $10 cash  : at Pllmley's entitles you to a ticket which will  .  share In the drawing of a $1,500 "Overland" Auto.  739 Yates Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  SUBSCRIPTpN RATES OF  BEJJA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  CANADA.  One Year   Six Months . ...........  Three Months   ���������-. ��������� '  UNITED STATES.  One'Year... ............   ..$1.00  .. 0.75  .. 0.50  $1.50  United -Kingdom and the Continent.  One Year. ......;  .$2.00  SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO., LTD.  BELLA COOLA, B. C.  :    Enclosedplease find.."'.. V. .\ ........ subscription  for Bella Coola Courier for   Name.... . '.'���������..'.'.'.'. ������������������������������������';���������....���������������������������  P. 0.;......:....  .... ��������������������������������������������� ������������������  Tear out and mail today, with amount of subscription enclosed  ^u.  V.-'i

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