BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Bella Coola Courier Nov 2, 1912

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xbellacoo-1.0170124.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xbellacoo-1.0170124.json
JSON-LD: xbellacoo-1.0170124-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xbellacoo-1.0170124-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xbellacoo-1.0170124-rdf.json
Turtle: xbellacoo-1.0170124-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xbellacoo-1.0170124-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xbellacoo-1.0170124-source.json
Full Text
xbellacoo-1.0170124-fulltext.txt
Citation
xbellacoo-1.0170124.ris

Full Text

Array BELLA COOLA, B. C.(SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 191'2.  ear  i  test Discoveries  ill Double Wheat  Growing Area  Revelations of  lebrew Investigator Who  i| Finds Original Wheat  Plant Growing Wild   ,  UrOSSING THE PLANT  WITH BETTER GRADES  t4JS  lose Grown by the Experiments Are  I Said to Thrive in Almost Any Soil.  mm  ������  oubling of ,ltthe 'wheat crop of  United States and Canada is  % possibility raised by scientific  iscoveries made by Prof. Aaron  .ronsohn, of Jerusalem, accord-  l to an; announcement made  Reentry   at, the   University of  ihicago.- .'. / . t--  Prof. ���������Aarorisohnis the' director  -the ��������� agricultural;;experiment  .tion in Palestine, an institution  anced by Julius Roserwald and  (rfVftSfudge Julian Mack, of Chicago.  $? -     Found Original Plant  m  m  T^tM  The investigator,   who .found  Former Member of  McBride's Cabinet  Gets Cold Shoulder  Associated Boardsof Trade  in Kootenay Adverse to Endorsing His Candidature  At the regular monthly meeting of the Nelson board of trade,  held last week, a proposal to endorse Mr. R. F. Green, member  for Kootenay, for the position of  minister of mines, in the Dominion government, was badly beaten,  only four members out of a  largely attended meeting voting  in favor of it.  ' This is the first turndown Mr.  Green has had in the constituency, and is a slight showing of  the general dissatisfaction  that  a good man was not run against  him.   At the next general election it is hoped this will be rectified,   when one of the   hottest  elections ever held in the Koote-  nays is anticipated.  Fall Fair GreatSuceess  Exhibition of Farm Products Fi  Largest Yet Seen North of Vancouver  Huge Crowd Takes Advantage of Excellent  Weather Conditions  LOCAL  NEWS  Power Yacht "Chaos" Leaves Port  The eighteenth anniversary of  the arrival of the first contingent  of colonists to Bella Coola; and  the annual exhibition was held as  usual on the 30th ult., at Hagensborg.  The weather was fine, the road  good, and expectation of a fine  Exhibition and programme great,  therefore the settlers and strangers, within our gates, gathered in  larger numbers than ever before  ! Vflfthe original wheat plant growing  ! - 'Cwild in Palestine after, years of  i -.; ^search, is engaged in crossing the  I''"''���������''���������Plant .with the better grades of  sk-^lwheat in order to produce a su-  Pjj$V' "penor. one.  '   The experiments Prof. Aaron-  ,ohn asserted, show that a type  llof wheat can be produced that  [will be adaptible to the semi-arid  egions of Algeria, Tunis, Syria,  igypt,   Turkestan   and  other  iastern countries and to similar  Sand in ^America.   Plants grown  yth:e. experiments thrive in  cky, shallow and dry soil with-  |it cultivation, and are said to  ���������.^withstand frostvv  On the scribe's arrival on the cccassion being ho exception  bors can testify have been so  eminently successful. He deplored the lack of co-operation  on the part of the Bella Coola  farmers, and the losses sustained  because of it. Then followed  another song, rendered by the  Hagensborg Choir, which is still  composed of the same members,  and which in the years passed,  has lent its charm to nearly all  our   gatherings,  the   present  Rebellion in Mexico  Practically at End  SOLDIERS DRAW LOTS;  ONE IN TEN WiLL DIE  The Newly Established Opposition  Government Captured'and Must  Face Death Penalty.  General Felix Diaz, Col. Jose  Diaz Ordaz and all the officers of  the rebellious troops and marines  will be haled immediately before  a courtmartial and doubtless will  suffer the death penalty.    Orders  scene about noon, both sides of  the road at and in the vicinity of  the commodious Fanners' Institute Hall was lined with vehicles  of various styles. On the ground  near the hall, a large and permanent' shed has been erected which  was filled to > its utmost capacity,  with the diversified products of  the settlement, arranged in the  best style. In the front and interior of the shed, a concourse of  farmers and others were assembled admiring the fine display,  while their helpmates and  daughters were busy arranging  the tables 'for refreshments,  which in a short time they served  without money and without price  to the eagerly waiting and appreciative people. It may just as  well'be stated right here as later  that the arrangements in their  entirety reflected great credit on  the committee in charge.  At one o'clock the assemblage  was invited to come into the Hall  and listen to the program.   Mr.  ICiag George to Retire  From Racing Game  imm,  King George \ intends retiring  om the turf,  according to a  -;������|������atemeht^appearing.in the Pall  vMall Gazette.^  !?  The King,  who kept up his  ^father's stable after his death,  have been issued for the conve  ning of the court,  and will be j John Widsten the president of  rm*������������������.:-;i'is said to intend disbanding it as  mm&m-QQ^ as the present racing season  ^JilPs over-  allow'eenat Bella Coola  presided over by Gen. Beltran.  the soldiers of the rebellious  troops will be decimated���������one in  ten being executed. They will  be chosen by lot to pay the penalty for all.  ,. The news of the failure of the  revolt created little demonstration  in the capital. There was tto  outward show of elation or regret  among the populace which maintained its usual indifference. It  was early reported that all the  officers involved in the movement  very likely be condemned to death  within a few hours.  K&.  Boys will be boys," that is  /some of them.    But on seeing the  ^president of the "Courier" good-  humoredly pulling home his buggy  from the porch of the school and  other citizens looking earnestly  and long for things) "mislaid"  one was led to-think Seriously regarding the Darwinian theory,  | further'^crediting the boys with  !��������� all the good points possessed by  the pack-rat.  The school and its mistress also  came in for their share, the black  board being covered with "sonnets,"  pathetic and  otherwise,  while a pretty bouquet of violets  awaited the arrival of the teacher  next morning.  For the edification of the performance and the consternation  of the victim, even the dead appeared in their ghostly attire and  was seen to hover around the  premises of our esteemed townsman Mr. P. Kenyon. This intrepid veteran of many battles, who  had never turned his back on  friend or foe, held his ground,  and will be found on the same  premises establishing a home.  the Farmers' Institute occupied  the chair.     The program was  opened by a musicale in Mrs S. L.  Grant's usual fine style, this so  inspired  the ordinarily bashful  chairman to welcome the people  in a few well chosen remarks;  Miss Edith Grant then gave a  song, .which  received deserved  applause,  then  followed the  speech of the day by Rev. H.  Sageng, he spoke earnestly and  to the point, of the colonization  of Bella Coola,   comparing  the  present with the earlier years of  the settlement. . The most enthusiastically applauded part of  the excellent program was Miss  Clara Barnsley, of Victoria, rendering of the "Garden of Roses."  The audience would not be'appeased, and She had to reappear,  when she gave equally as, well  "The Songs ray mother used to  Sing.''   Space forbids to give but  a synopsis of the practical speech  of Mr. S. Le C. Grant on the subject of "Truck Farming."   He  spoke of his own attainments in  chat pursuit to which his neigh-  Next a few remarks, again by  the now very much warmed up  chairman, then music by Mrs  Grant, another song by Miss"  l Edith Grant, -��������� and. the program  was concluded by Miss Barnsley's  rendering of the "Holy City" in  her,inimitable style.  Refreshments were then served  to~the hungry, crowd, and it was  a large one, about two hundred  sat' down, but there was plenty  and to spare. The occasion, closed  with music by Mrs Grant and the  singing of "God Save the King."  - Messrs Capt. T. Thorsen, D. H.  Hoage and Frank Johnson had  the pleasant task of deciding upon the merits of the exhibits and  they went at it with the determination of administering, justice  or die in the attempt. Their  trained taste and discrimination  of the fine points of the exhibits  made it possible for them to  award the prizes fairly and well,  to the satisfaction of winner and  loser, Mr. A. Hammer, secretary of the Fanners' Institute,  had the pleasant task of announcing the winners and distributing  the prizes, amounting in the  aggregate to one hundred dollars.  The following were awarded  prizes for the best collections:  Farm Products, 1st S. Le C. Grant, 2nd  W, D. Stephenson; Apples, 1st Mi&s A.  NordBchow, 2nd A, K. Oveson; Canned  Fruit, 1st MiSB A. Nordschow, 2nd Mrs  C. Sangstad; Potatoes, 1st 0. T. Kellogg,'2nd B. F. Jacobsen ; Packed Box  of Apples, 1st Mrs E. Nordschow, 2nd  J. Widsten; 10 lbs. Early Potatoes, 1st  B. F. Jacobsen, 2nd 0.'TV Kellogg; 10  lbs, Late Potatoes, 1st G. Lindsell, 2nd  S, Le C. Grant; 1 doz. Cabbages, 1st S.  Le C. Grant, 2nd W. D. Stephenson;  10 lbs. Onions, 1st E. Gordon, 2nd W.  D. Stephenson; Butter, Mrs M. Hammer, 2nd Mrs. P. Lauritson; 3 lbs. Oats,  1st 0. T. Kellogg, 2nd W. D. Sb&phen-  son; 3 lbs. Wheat, 1st Ole Fosbaek, 2nd  ���������; Squash (best variety), 1st S. Le C.  Grajit, 2nd W. D. Stephenson; Barley,  1st M. Hammer, 2nd ���������; TomatoeB, 1st  W. D, Stephenson, 2nd S. Le C. Grant;  Carrots, 1st WV D. Stephenson, 2nd B.  F. Jacobsen; Beets, 1st B.,F. Jacdbsetl,  2nd W. D. Stephenson; Pekrs, 1st Miss  Anna Nordschaw, 2nd H. 0. Hanson;  Mangels, 1st P. Lauritson, 2nd���������; Swede  Turnips, 1st H. 0. Hanson, 2nd P.  Lauritson ; Largest Potato, 1st A. K.  Oveson, 2nd B. F, Jacobsen; Pvmpkin,  1st S. Le C. Grant, 2nd ���������, Squa <h (largest), 1st B. F. Jacobsen, 2nd W. D.  Stephenson;   Largest Apple, let O. T.  j Kellog, 2nd Miss A. Nordschow.  The power yacht "Chaos"  Messrs Wise and Cartwright  owners, left port for Victoria  last Monday morning, having on  board Mr. Wm. Sutherland, of  Bella Coola, as guest. The Chaos  has been cruising the coast between Victoria and Alaska since  the early part of April last, and  few are the nooks and corners  left unvisited by her genial owners.  To those who have a leaning  towards a "life on the ocean  wave," a short description of  this finely equipped boat will no  doubt be of interest.  The Chaos is a yawl-rigged  power yacht of 57 tons, 60 feet  over all, 14 feet beam, and fitted  to carry 1500 feet of auxilliary  canvas.  Below decks, she represents  the acme of comfort. Forward  one finds chain lockers and  spacious larder, (which by-the-  way was1 on this occasion particularly well supplied with ducks  and geese,) aft of which is the  crew's quarters, offering ample  accommodation for a crew of  four, next, the ^engine room with  quarters for engineer. Here is  to be found a fine 35 h. p. eastern  standard engine, and dynamo for  lighting the ship, proceeding aft,  bathroom with most approved  sanitary arrangements, hot and  cold water. Double stateroom.  Then the main cabin, a splendid  room, 14 x 16 feet w^th about 7  feet 6 inches headroom, admirably fitted in antique oak, with  spacious glass cupbords, this cabin presents a very handsome  appearance. Next are found two  very comfortable single staterooms, fitted with every device  which lends to comfort.  Proceeding to the main deck  one finds a large and commodious  wheel-house, equipped with most  approved binnacle, search-light,  chart table and racks. A 3 1-2 h.  p. launch, canoe and dingy carried on deck leave ample space  for easy movement.    '  ' The Chaos will take two weeks  to Victoria, the party hunting the  various inlets on their way. On  reaching her destination she will  lay up for the winter,  Messrs: Wise and Cartwright  are to be- congratulated on their  possession of the Chaos, and we  hope to see more of them and  their ship during next summer.  his stay,  expressed  himself as.  much struck with,the general air-,  of prosperity prevailing, and informed our representative that  he would very probably bring his"'  family to Bella Coola in February next and make this his home.  Mr. Hewitt is seeking investments on the Pacific Coast.    He  will  leave   on   the next south-  bound steamer, but will return  in company with some friends in  course of a week or two.-  Mr. Percy Gadsden has again  left for the interior with a party  who are anxious to take up land.  Mr. Gadsden knows the country  like a book and anyone putting  themselves under his guidance  will not be disappointed.  Mr. H. E. J. Hewitt, of Kenley  Court, Surrey, England, arrived  on the last "Venture" and is at  present the guest of Mr. B. F.  Jacobsen of this place.  Mr. Hewitt who has seen a  great deal of the valley during  The S. S. Venture arrived early   '  Sunday morring with her.-usual- .  load- of passengers and freight. -.  It is the intention of the company .,  to keep her on the same run and  schedule all winter.    As she is  going- to have another bilburrfeV'  installed, she will lay off the trip'  November 14,    The Ghelosin will  take her run.    ,,.."'  ���������   Mr. Robert Sparrow started for-  the interior"' about six weeks ago -,  with two horses .laden with the-  good things of life.    He returned, ���������  a foot; but he is not discouraged  as he came back alive-after stak- ���������  ing a lot of land.near Cluskus  Lake for his principals.'   He.de-  parted on the Venture. .  Mr.' McNair, of Vancouver^ hf.s:-  arrivQd on the scene. It has  been a little'too wet for him.in :  Vancouver so he came up here to  dry out, and incidehtly to hunt '  the bear and lay in a stock of!'  warm robes for the cold Winter ,  nights corning.      "  The many friends of Miss Vio- ;  let Goodwin, of Victoria, will be  interested, in. the following anr: "-  nouncement which, appeared in  the "Province" of. the 24th ult. ,,  Mr. and Mrs Starr Goodwin, of,  Victoria have announced the engagement of their daughter, Violet Maude Marianne, to Mr. Cyril  Stoate, only son of Rev. S. R.  and Mrs. Williams of Bristol^  England. __________  Mrs B. Brynildsen entertained  a few friends to dinner on Monday last. After dinner, games  and music were indulged in, the  party only dispersing at a late  hour. Among those present wer.e  Mesdames Geo. Young, Ambrose  Blaney, Rey. Fleming, the Misses  Jennie Blayney and Ethel Carlisle,  Messrs Frank Broughton, .Stin-  son, Fleming and H, L. Harris.  . Business is good at Bella Coola.  Commercial- travellers do not  spend weeks in a place for nothing, at anyrate we are safe in  saying that Messrs J. E. Stinson,  C. R. Connors and Lloyd Campbell, are not here for their  health's sake alone,  Mr. Stinson represents the Royal Soap Co., of Vancouver, Mr.  Campbell has the interests of  Darner, Lumsden & Co., (boots  and shoes,) of the.same city at  heart, the genial Mr. Connors  very successfully represents the  well-knowrn grocery house of  Kelly, Douglas & Co. All three  report having secured good business from our several merchants. ffijjHBBfflflBffigg^^  *Wf WM.    ->t^*1^.������W^-J**  "������>  <sn  BELLA COOLA  COURIER  Saturday, November 2,  1912  -���������."v. THe; Courier  published weekly at bella coolajby  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd.  ..isi'  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  -1   ' > '' --..Canada '  1'Year; ���������...,,.:: ..--$1.00  % Month's 77... /T..'.-,' :1--  ������'75  3 Month* .'. i>",...:". "7.  0.50  .    i United States  1, Year \... '., - ��������� ��������� -$1-50  "Y   '             United Kingdom1  "'  * -"  1'Year .*{.* $2.00  Subscj-:ption������!'payable in advance:  !'' Subscrjber^not receiving theirr copy-  regularly please notify,the management  at'once. ,Changes in address should be  sant in as soon as possible.,    -. ������ t '" J  For1 Advertising'.Rates, Apply" at-  '��������� ������.Opfice.    '        '   '  . !   To Correspondents���������No letters will be published  "    in tli������ Courier except over the writer's signature.  1    llie iidltor reserves the rieht "to refuse pub'.i-  "    '.aatfoa of any letter, ' All manuscript at writer s  ' * .������������������������������������^r���������i i��������� t '      ' *   ~        ^  ; ' VanwOTCT Office^' - 309 Empire Building  S^'i^SATURDAY, NOV. Z, 1912.  ��������������� -i/*V.i       ft"      *     " *    ' 01 ' *  ..        "U     ^ -  t?~ V \ *Y-*        -      ������������������  ^ *, Jr I ^4 government of ?  "    >t      'l,       f.      !���������       ''        ^ J        <\_     -    ^       '  ������V., ���������'���������> T.iIw/tbisM7wjentieth- c<entury,'  ^c '..'/imonfe the.rnost enlightened' and  An" ^progressive;peopleJs::the world^  i-;';.,���������'*,- it 'wouldvnot^be;too.much to ex-  .^^ ''-^vr-v4,'-!^-">Al ���������    '' ���������   t.  &,t- * ��������� 'pect 'that -at popular .government  '/: \>VouldfVwhere'there-was no good  Qt ' reason>,tq^fhe .contrary; try-to  r^^ Creffulate:;tlie: local affaire of the  I    '    ���������������",.>  ���������.nnnln'iin      CIlAh      O'   TYl������3rjT)OV      fl<!     Tn  sV^^o������^<^<ae>oi^^a^o,i^-:eJ4s&^^as^  which- is exempted.it'om paying:  schooltesbythekespoticaction | Yhrou^h the Eve of the. Camera  or inaction of the Minister .or; j   A "B     ;   :      _J~L__- ,  ^   '  Superintendent of education.  In February, 1911, the trustees  of the Mackenzie'Schbol'District  requested the Government, that  ;Par^II^By G. C, H.^L.  Anrext^emely pleasant fnd in.  theboundaries'of the district be testing week v,as Spent at Hong  ' n "    .   .   ,   t. .. irXnr/- wV. iiA wai tins: to make con--  extended so.'as to include some  property in close proximity to the  ,      , vi   i���������    +������ ������hiD " It is an ideal spot for the  district,'��������� and   never , likely   to -WP-    "lb u *    ;   ,     ���������/  Kong-, while waiting to make con-^  riection with-the 0-P. B." steamf  become part of any other district.  A sketch of the lots involved was  / '        _       . . * "A   each new one seems'to surpass  submitted, and the Superintend-, eacn new o     ,...,,       ^  '-f   '      '     .   r. j        'u   its' bredecessors. ^- The panorama-  ent.did not seem'to find any oh- i_IS preu^o      ?r   >*  jectidn to granting the request.  *   -, ,i."     ,      *      'j ' 4-a 140V0 upon whose steep sloces the city,  After a 'time he- seemedto have ^ . ^ ^    ;/     ;     :|  J    1 * ''    * *������.������ iwwiitv nflthe is'Buift is pne of the finest to be  doubts as to the abibility 01 tne . , _    ^     , .; ������       *  TOomeritoustuestion and he thereof orev wrote the" secretary of the  &d that the school Inspector myriad lights, rising terrace.upon;  wouki- investigate- on-his'next termce towards the summit, j*  *     * .'."..������.    ������������q i <Jaxif ' TirVion 1 rvnPQ   RPPTl    "-Will  f** -1.%  ..v -  "VontyiconcernedV. \ It is to be sup-  : f ;pbsed that tlie grown-up people of  ' acommunityknowiiboutas much,  '* or a 'little more,"5 about what was  in'the- best interest of the place  than', a man "sitting in an office  Hundreds Lof miles away. But it  seems from their actions that the  members ofT,the Provincial  Government at Victoria and their  junctionftriea^do not have sufficient faith in the common5 people  5 to belief that' they "know what  is good for tHemaelves, or even to  express an opinion on the subj ect.  The���������'.'Courier7 will not at this  t\XA^ discuss the arbitrariness  and obstinacy shown by the  Government' in  several other  '.matters pertaining to the welfare  - t  of this place.- We have quite a  stock of them which we wi}l hand  out from tfme to time. It is possible that Bella Coola has been  considered so far out and away  that the Government has allowed  itself more latitude here -than  elsewhere.  What we have in min4 at this  particular time, is the autocratic  action of the education department in delaying for years the  request of the tax payers of the  Mackenzie School District, Bella'  Coola, that the Government extend the boundaries of the district. Hero is acreage property  within a few rods of the school  .visit .to Bella> Coola," after that  thVquestion of enlarging the district as submitted by the trustees  was* passed ?upon,; and unanimously adopted by^ the voters it  the, next' annual school meeting,,  but no Inspec������or,teame.- Finally-  in the latter part, ol May giis  action'; by^:the Minister.;?/ Jtt|  ���������trustees growing impatient^asked^  'the^superintendent^ what-* action  had been 'iaken ? ^They were{inT;  .t-jfc.^-:  formed" this1"monthe-ttH������t'"th e  Inspector -rhaS-again.. been:. in-  structsd 'to look into' the matter  on his'next 'Visit to'Bella Coola. ,  It is the.belief of the Courier,'  and the people here, that?-this in-  action on the part of the Minister  of Education is caused by indifference ; we hesitate to use" a  stronger word. .    ',<,-  The Government is so strongly  entrenched in power that it does  not need to give courteous consideration to the requests of  small, communities.,  The Doctor has Visions!  The following notice appeared  on the back door of the doctor's  residence,  Bella Coola, October 24, 1912.  . Dr, Francis Cavanagh wishes to thank  most cordially the scores of residents  pf Bella Coola, who assembled at the  Hospital last Sunday for the purpose of  expressing their confidence in him, and  who wished to be tpld what f orm thi6 -  confidence'would take, Dr. Cavanagh  feels this expression-of-confidence the  more as it is th9 first time in the-hiatory  sucn loyalty, ana hopes that the desire fio-nre  of fairness which thi9 demonstration  has proved will in  the future prevent  personal attack upon any citizen.  house, that the owner values at j . The facts of the case as elicited cording some of his latest, there  ��������� more than  $150 per acre,  and \from one of the  lover''of-scenery,.' for the"variety  of views is almost endless, and  from the summit.of' the Peak-/  important of the socalled "Treaty  " Ports'^of China),arid has a large  foreign^settlement.. ,  ' From here we "steamed-across  to Nagasaki, in picturesque Japan  and spent a most interesting day  sight-seeing and making purcha-  ses in^the wondrously  stocked  curio stores.   An interesting pro-  cesdure here" is the coaling pf the  ship,- performed by coolies, .many  douots as to me vmw* - ^ ��������� ���������     >v     . ���������.- n       rj of ;them-women/ who ca^ry the  "trustees, to^'deal  with such' a^een ;ujp^n aT world tour.    The^c-j W   the   lightera,to the  '���������       ���������*'   ���������  '   '-���������'   " "--'---   scene aC night, looking from the bunk^rs  in gaskets,  and make  harbor towards^e- city, *,with ite| ast0nishing good time over it.  .'    ll������Jj i-_t-x~   1:���������:_~ 4-������������������^������^ ���������^X^M   V      t t        ,    ,    '"  '' Our coursenoWlay through the  inland sea of Japan, renowned  for the "beauty of its coast and  island" scenery-, and" calling en-  rpute^at' the, ports of ��������� Kobe and  Shuriiidzu,-where" we took'onlad-  >v -      ��������� ���������.. ���������*'  ditional' cargo,   finally  dropped  %,- <  anchor, at Yokohama. '  one^hat,' when ��������� once seen, -wjlT  neve? be forgotten.  '   , 4  The^teeming life of the city>it?"  ' ^������. " ��������������� -! " '*, : ',.*";'  self,..,with its crowds, m which  ''',"''.,     " .   ���������  ''       ���������  ���������   v  so many nations and colors are  jntermingled, is a source "of much:  mteresteto any^student of human'  nature.' ^;;;>    '".;       - ,^r  ������ Re-embarking-ron'ca mbre,^and  ���������leaving^ Hong t Kong with -some  ^^/w^v -,5.'    -J ' .  >-������\ r-JL- - .1"*' ������*'-  *  'fegrete^we journeyed* still north-,  "watd>.tilj we���������TeachedfKee,,Lung;  tlie.>pfincipal"port"ihthe'israndvdf  /Formosa,, this-,was' formerly, *a  ^Chinese possession;* butwasceded  WJ'apan, and has byithem been  ^v \.,-s-*^ .' - ' g '      ������-���������- ���������-*i  niodeVan. important naval basei  Mi authorities,. with a view, to  preventing espionage,^ forbids thH  taking j>f photographs here, but  the writer managed to outwit the  officials'* by taking-a snap-sh^t  thorough .a cabirf port-hole.  - Our next port of call wa>  Shanghai, known by; name to  most, people, it is one of the most  Are You Interested  In Watches and  High-grade  Jewellry?  '0  We are the largest  manufacturers  of  STERLING   SILVERWARE in Canada.  Then write for our Illustrated Catalog  which will be sent free to your address  IF YOU HAVE TO BUY A  ,  WEDDING PRESENT THIS FALL  .CONSULT OUR CATALOG  We carry all lines of quality Silver-  plate Tableware and Cutlery as  well as, Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cut Glass.  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Vancouver, B. C.  GEORGE E. TROREY  Managing Director  t&  .m  ������"  )W  TQM  ������to������S>  "m  I'is  Locals���������Continued from first pace  The many friends of Mrs Iver  Fougner will be pleased to learn  that "she has passed through a  serious operation successfully,  and<is at present progressing as  well as can T)e expected.   ',    .  SA. stay of twenty-four hours  here enabled those who so desired  to see all the nearby points of in-  ,terest,'andJ even'to take a short  railway trip to Tokio and,back.-  'T*.^/- -    , 1^ - - r  1 "* f <^ 1  ." A.t. last/ .saying farewell .to  Japah,-we'steamed out across the  Pacific; and after" a somewhat  uneventful period, - sighted" the  feoast of Vancouver' Island, and  during'; the "greater part of a-day  coasted' along in full view of its  snow-capped peaks a n d -s u r f,  washed shore until we reached  Victoria, and from there made  our way" amidst the islands up to  Vancouver, and the t consequent  end of our long but extremely  interesting journey.    '  TEAS AND' COFFEES  ONLY THE'BEST BRANDS SOLD. BY US  \f      -< ���������������������������  We want Your {Patronage, but we mast  ' have It through your confidence.  B.,BRYNILDSEN & CO.  BELLA COOLA.  B. C.  Ocean Falls  (FROM OUR RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  . Mr?A., B. Martin returned from  his visi������\South the fir3t of the  week, he reports that business  conditions are in bestlof shape  across the line.  The Camosun arrived in port  thirteen hours late ,this week, an  unusually heavy load of-salmon  on the  way' south   caused  the  delay. <_       ������ , >   %  _The Princess. Mary has taken  the Princess Beatrice run for a  time.' The captain reports heavy  weather on the way north, ���������  ^   >���������  ���������������  A case of drunk and disorderly  came before magistrate Schlichter  this week, the result was $20 and  cost.        I   Port clearances for the, week:  Venture, south; Cetriana,^d(uth;  Prince Albert, southj^Gamosun,  north: Princess/M^ry, north and  return. f*&' '".",',  The^Puip Mill is, now running  night and day, and Supt. Willing-  7 J't^'ff is busy accordingly.  Date  ,J?A  khe  120  ^people who intended to call on the  doctor on the occasion referred to  are as follows:  \0n a'certain'night recently a  few-young fellows who' were  out seeking fun, decided to call  on the doctor, whom they knew  to be in the house and not likely  to be engaged professionally at  that hour. On approaching the  back door, cne of the would be  callers playfully remarked  "where is the fellow we are  going to lynch," on hearing  which, the doctor, waiting for  no further expression of loyalty  ignominiously fled* through the  of Bella Coola thai a similar exhibition f ront ^        an(j without speaking  rtf foolmirlloe +nt������n ri\at>f       Th������ GOVem- v  to or seeming to notice" the  "scores" assembled, disappeared  of feeling has taken place  ment can take cate of itself, and so can  the local Conservative Club, and 60 can  ������������������& jE&'MSjIfato ������>e night evidently return  Anglo-Saxons, but Norwegians,' took ing in the small hours to post the  part in the demonstration, Dr. Cav- akove expression of his tender  anagh feels bound to acknowledge .that , . ���������.  this was intended to be a demonstration regard   for   those   who,   alter  by the whole community, and he thanks v/ading through  brush  and tin-  everybody most warmly.    At the same *" _i���������  ������������.,������������������wj^rl  Uit a  *���������     u u   iu j. xu       i    1 j 1.       cans, were only - rewarded oy a  time he regrets that there should have v-<*1-0>   *v������*^ ������    j ^ s  been any need of a manifestation of S h 0 r t    glimpse    of   his   fleeing  such loyalty, and hopes that the desire  With   Dr.   Cavanagh   in our  midst,   and   by occasionally re-  scores"  of js every likelihood that the Courier  The Loyal Greek  A' second contingent of first  reserve men of the Grecian army  left Vancouver on the 23rd ult.,  for Athens, via New York. A  number of these men are abandoning prosperous businesses,  some are sacrificing their savings, all for the love they bear  to the fatherland.  Vancouver will have sent 200  men and close on $60,000 to aid  in the war before the next contingent departs.  |Dat  JOH N C PAU LI N E D=aler m  .. - GENERAL MERCHANDISE  <* *****  Raw Furs Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied  Gasoline Launches for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B. C. .   *  will rank as one of the leading  (comic) papers in Canada. N ever-  theless this is the man whom the  Hon. Dr. Young says Bella Coola  is fortunate in possessing. The  man from w\hom Mr, W. Manson  takes his orders so placidly, and  the man whom the "solid seven"  of the Lower Bella Coola Conser-  yative Association succeeded in  electing as their Hon. President.  Help!!! There is certainly no accounting for taste.  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SERVICE, RIGHT PRICES  The Clarke-Stuart Co., U&  &tatumera    frtttters    iton&bttttae  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systems  \ 'hi  TRANSITS. LEVELS, CHAINS, Ac,, and  everything for the Surveyor and Architect  Instruments Repaired by our Experts     We Blue Print for Yon  " ' >  For Immediate ehlpment-SCHOOP- SUPPUKS AND EQUIPMENT  DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES AND HYLOPILATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICES   AND   3AMPl.eS   ON   REQUEST  Dai  !>  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C, LTD.  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.  REGULAR FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  Q Q 'VFNTIIRF' Leaves Vancouver every Thursday at 11 p.m..  ������.P: ".r1.1,    VfWi, Leaves Bella Coola Sunday morning  S. S. "Capilano" or S. S. "Coquitlam" also call with  Gasoline and Explosives by special arrangement.  For rates of Freights, Fares and other information, apply to  Head Offfce, Carkaix St., Vancouver; or John Barnsley,  1003 Government St., Victoria.  Fir1?1 -^    I  -irniTfrri"^' ������"f" ^������-������i ������������  Saturday, November 2,   19 \ 2  BELLA COOLA COURIER  \  W  The railway   reached' New j VANCOUVER LAND.DISTJRIGT  azelton on the 15th inst, and;  building boom in that!  PM  * ,'*5s������y,  Ml  -Ml  ere is a  >wn.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE 3.  I wTu'u if^^,^iv^.^r������n', :Ta������e Notice that Gertrude H.Coke-    lo^rinh^'^^u,������^''^^^a^n l ley of Duncan, Bi- C; occupation married  v"     i   ������  tt      u        palchdi i>SK 5?:nVcl^HBf0n.to'i Woman' intends to' "PP1* *or Permission  has.left Hazelton  ljaA^d&.t.tKe lljllVv'ir^'aesmued land:     to purchase the followingdescVibedland  iDuncan P.os  'spend,the winter in Victoria.  Potatoes are $9 a ton at Okana-  in Falls'and retailing1 at 4 cents  fpound at Telkwa.  Land Notices  Cc-iisrifcii-iiiig at a. pc&\. rented about  f u u r lnil^s distant ��������� and in a south-  weatci ly direction from the" western  Hxti-iii::ty of Kwalcho Lake, thence  Suuih 40 chains, thence West 40 chains, i  tliur.iib North 40 chain's,'thence. East 40  t-iiairjs to point of cunirnenc&ment, comprising 160 acres.  JAMES PEARSON WRIGHT.  L>atc 25th Autfust, J.C12.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Vancouver land district  District of Coast���������Range 3  DISTRICT OF COAST   RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Peter Carl Messick  j oi' Vancouver, B. C., occupation logger,  intends to apply for permission to"pur-  chase the following dyserilu-.d land:  Commencing at a post planted about  five arid a half miles distant and in a  south-westtriy direction from the western extremity of Kwalcho Lakr, thence  South 40 chains, thence West 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence East 40  Commencing at a post planted at the  quarter post on the west side of section  twenty-six, Township six, Range III,  Coast district,'thence North - twenty  chains, thencfe East twenty chains, thence  South twenty chains, thence West twenty  chains to point of commencement and  containing forty acres, more or Ubs.  GERTRUDE H. COKELEY.  Dated -=~- R������=L.ER0YS. COKELEY.  August 23, 1912. Agent.  immmmnmrnm  ftwsieffiiaBgaM^  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notice that I, John A. Conkey,  " Vancouver,'occupation broker, intend  apply for. permission to purchase the  ^     .^folio-wing described lands:' v ,  .  !j &$&iaj������������ Commencing at a post planted about  chains to point of commencemLiit, com  ��������� V? iff'i- 1-* miles in a southerly direction from i prising 1G0 seres.  * "   V,Ojthe junction of the Atnarko River and '       "         fta"wthe East'Fork, on the eas'.orh shore and  priear the head of a small lake, thence  ^iWe&t 40 chains, thence South 30 chains,  *aj?thence East 40 chains, thence North 80  chains, to point of commencement.  JOHN A. CONKEY.  Date, 2flth Octcber. Wis.  '  PETER  Bate 25th Auku&i, ViVl.  CARL MESSICK.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  . ftSi  ',   District of Coast���������Range 3.  " Take Notice that I, Hubert G. Hslr  ler, of Victoria, occupation Broker, intend to applyior permission t6 purchase  I the following described^rids:  ' '��������� Commencing, atja -post planted about  Jll60 chain's south of'Lonesome Lake to  ;he east of,,iha<Atnai-ko River, thence  est 40 chiins, thence South 80 chains,  enceJEast 40 chains, thence North 80  aias^'co point of coimnencement. "  / ' HUBERT G. HALLER.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  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  forty chains,West from the South West  corner of Lot 16 North Bentinek Arm,  thence North twenty chains, thence  West forty chains, thence South twenty  chains, more or less, to shore, thence  Easterly forty chains along shore to  point of commencement and containing  eighty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM SUTHERLAND.  Date 31st August. 1912 '  ESTABLISHED   1364  [orrr->|    Jc  30E  nor.  HOE  3QE  Boots and Shoes  Hi  {������������������/���������  Sate. 20Ui -October,' 1912:'  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ,Take Notice that Annie K. Davies,  of Appleton, England, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  North-West corner of the South half of  the North-West quarter of the East half  of the South-West quarter of Section  13, Township 8.'  ���������    ANNIE KENyON DAVIES.  Dlte, 17th Autrust, 1912.  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ���������������"*  W.  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that I, George Young,  Jof Bella CooUj occupation rancher, in-  "; tand'to apply lor permission to purch^sse  "th6 following described lands:  ; Commencing, at a posx planted about  ^20 chains- in' a northerly direction from  k Edwards.'pre-emption on the eastern  shore arid'iiear the head of Lonesome  Ja.Kel"-4iience East' 20 chains,, thence  i'tfrtlr-oO'enarasJ thence West 20 chains,  tence along lake shore" in a southerly  iiiectiori to point of commencement.  -    ���������   GEORGE YOUNG.  ^Date, 25thJOctobcr, 1U12.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that Annie Stockdale,  of Suuth Gosforth,- occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at apost planted 4 chains  East of the South-West corner post of  Timber Lease 48606, thence 20 chains  South, 20 chains West, 20 chains North,  20 chains East, to poiht of commencement, containing 40"acres, more or less.  ANNIE STOCKDALE.  Dated,'       * , ������     ARTHUR F. GOTHARD,  , September 1st, 1012. ' 'Atretic  DISTRICT   OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that I, Pearl Almina  Macfarlane of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following  described lands: ������  Commencing at a post planted at the  South-East corner of Lot 614 and marked  the North-East corner, thence South  along line of 617, 40 chains, thence West  31.14 chains to bank of River,, thence  North-East along bank of River to point  of beginning, containing seventy acres,  more or less.  PEARL ALMINA MACFARLANE.  Date 1th AueuBt. 1912  argware  ocenes & General  ere  aon  norr  hoe  0  30E  hoe:  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  a  VANCOUVER LAND  * DISTRICT  Bella Coola Land District.  'VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ���������^   ��������� District of Coast���������Range 3. -  '|   Take Notice that I, Kenneth F. Me  iLennan, of Vancouver, occupation mirier,  .^intend to apply for jper;n;ssion to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  80 chains iri a southerly direction from  Edwards pre-emption to the east of Atnarko River, thence West 40 chains.  thence South 80 chums, t hence 'Eas.t 40  chains,'thence North 80 chains to point  of comuiCiicement.  KENNETH F. McLENNAN.  Date. 26th October, 1912.  P? VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ;    DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE 3.  Take Notice   that   George   Henry  Burt, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  logger, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  wo miles distant and in a south-wester-  y direction from the western,extremity  f Kwalcho Lake;thence South 40 chains,  hence West SO chains, thence North 40 j  Chains, thence East 80 chains to point of 1  ^commencement, comprising 320 acres.  jf GEORGE HENRY BURT.  l'.D.lt6 2gth AUKUHl. 1'J12..<  tr  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that I, Arthur F. Goth-  ard.'of Bella Coola, a farmer, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: '  Commencing at a post planted about  2 chains West from the South-East corner of Timber,Lease 43806, thence 40  chains South, 20 chains West, 40 chains  North, 20 chains East, West of, Lot 16  in the Bentinek Arm, containing k80  acres, more or less.  ;      *   ARTHUR F. GOTHARD.  DaU-d AugU3t 3,:th. 1912.  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that I, Frank Robinson  of Duncans, 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 Section twenty-  one. Township six, thence South twenty  chains, thence West twenty chains,  thence North twenty chainB, thence  East twenty chains to point of commencement, containing forty acres,  more or less.  FRANK ROBINSON.  Date, September 17th; 1912.  Surveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  wr  E%  VANCOUVER LAND  DISTRICT.  MACKAY ,  \ LTD., VANCOUVER, B.C.  Wholesale  Men's FurnisSiSngs and Dry  BUSINESS CARDS  W. MEYERSTEIN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  victoria, B. c.  P.O.  Box 1579  Wf|fij������������������.First-class Watch Repairs  1WUV.C doneat reasonable prices.  All work guarantscd and postal  charges paid. Address all work to  P. G. NOOT, 942 View Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  i)wi  5������������  Messrs BURROUGHS and DEAN will install  POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES  at the. GRAND VIEW HOTEL.   Will open on  or about N ovember 10, 19 L2, with fall new outfits  REAL  ESTATE    OFFICE   IN   CONNECTION  Lands   and  Inside Property  handied  IN FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE '.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that I, Ernest Henry  Gothard, of Barnsley, England, occupation gentleman, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described land:  Situate between Lot 127 and Timber  Lease 44219 and the West bank of Nec-  leetsconnay River West of Lot 127  being an Island.  ERNEST HENRY GOTHARD.  Dated Sept. 1, 1912. A. F. GOTHARD, Agent.  VANCOUVERLAND  DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  Take Notice that John G: Massey  of London, England, occupation gentleman, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands :  Commencing at a post planted at the  South-East corner of the Bella Coola  TownBite, thence 40 chains North along  T o w n s i t e, thence East 20. chains,  thence South 40 chains, thence West 20  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres, more or less.  JOHN G. MASSEY.  Dated B. FILLIP JACOBSEN,  September 2l3t. 1912. Asent.  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed   Pants,   Overalls  Tents>  Hand  Knit Sweater Goods and  The Famous "Pride of the West"  OVERALLS  A  SOLD     BY    ALL    FIRST    CLASS     MERCHANTS  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TfliBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELU COOU AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^f 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. A ll information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN. Bells Coola, B. C  WPtWWWW  '������"J in wm,   I  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  w*#"^  WOL"*! TWWTTWI  >-������HS������-0-������������U������-<>-������KBt-0-6ffil8B><   KStaSH   J-SSCS>(  HS9BBM>^SeSE>0'8Sa������0������SB9������-<   XS95EJ-1   1-<HSS������<  lm$ Photograph  .NmTON������l  818 Richards Street  ANCOUVER, B.C.  WILL.REMAIN IN HAGENSBORG FOR NEXT TWO WEEKS  ARTISTIC   WORK    .\    .'.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED  ALL    KINDS    OP    INTERIOR   AND    EXTERIOR    PHOTOS  Those'Desiring   Work  Dene   Please  Call  Without Delay  >asaa.04aa>c<asaB>oeK3><  (    ><3-&.<   ><ZSB&^-SSS������-0<SX>{:<&2>0-==3S-((r  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III,  Take Notice that Alfred Minsos, of  New Westminster, B. C, occupation  broker, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  North-West corner of Lot 654 on the  South side of the Noeek River, B.C.,  thence South 60 chains, thence West 60  chains, more or less, to the Noeek River,  thence North and North-East along  South shore of Noeek River, 65 chains,  more or less, to point of commencement, containing about 1������0 acres, more  flT* 16KB  ALFRED MINSOS.  Dated Sept. 23, 1912. 8. FILLIP J AC03SEN,  Agent.  Bella Coola Land District.  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE S.  Take Notice that Warner Gothard,  of Cullen House, Barnsley, England,  gentleman, intends to apply f.or permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  25 chains in an easterly direction of application to purchase No. 80912, thence  East-20 chains, South 20 chains, West  20 chains, North 20 chains  WARNER GOTHARD.  o-srasc-o-cssEx i-ssssK  >-������������sa-( >-������as3H>>ss3������-<>-azu>o<aa3K>^sc3-<i  Duted  August 12th,  1912.  ARTHUR V.  GOTHARD,  Agent.  ! fn qmnro n wwt tt mnp"~ nwn wtbtb-7 mmr"') <������iMHga^<oreqH^o<BBgMO)<aB������o-<OT3������(0^  I  To  Land   Seekers,"-.'Camper!  S\.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF TKE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  GROCERIES TENTS  DRY   GOODS CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY   AND   GRAIN  HAGENSBORG  12   MILES   FROM   BELLA   COOLA   AN������   ON   DIRECT   ROUTE   TO   THE   INTERIOR  &><3aE>04SE&<>CS39O<ffi&<>CS=3-C'CXX2>< 1  i-GSS>0-S^^5-0-<S2K>0-CE2C'0-*E3&0^!SCS^15 -     tt  r  i ;i *  it  *> ���������������  *Y        <7  #SlLW CbdLX< COURIER.  SaldrJay, No'iem^f  i"i  ���������ft'*  tJ-'llrJHlwT  J   ,i    *  Si"  M^:sr;I^di'ssf.-iaiia  -U.J     ',   ���������'!<  i  ;n  .������V* I m-���������������I  .,^������  '^'iW,u \,���������    ���������/:-"'' "   ��������� "������^ ^'^   ''"��������� I ? *     * ���������* n      \?    i        ^     l r     ' " IffiiiiiiiJf    <irnt    TinTi    anil w a sr tf^   viO  9  Men's Suits, Shirts  an  d Und  t>d  erwear  :    ^ll������ iw  M$,3b J *; -  Pack-\ahdl Riding Saddles,  ^  ���������*���������? ^ -'i:^ ���������-,,'/^./-   .^^   ".    7<T^U" V>i;^.. i,^"^'     ,   '*-;    -  41. - L>Jk ���������i   aM^MiM^ 1.        J        ��������� .A    . aa^    SB^   man*   ������M ^ * 9W   -   ^ ^ Mlk,     ^Bmm   IBMtfl ^h* MM   Ji#^'ti Jm*maa*m 9W ^Kma^.   mm** ������0*Mi      A *    ������  I,        K  30E  n  w  T-i"  '<   ;- \ *  J        ,       ,f  a ���������,.;;.  Camp, Heating and Cook Stoves  ���������M  >   0  ������    J t  4'      1���������     \ ������"  K^CARR^ :A LARGE <SXOclt; 0F  FANCY  AND ^STAPLE  GROCERIES^ LOWEST PRICES  "KF  ,fc  ,/r  ^ t -^^  0  i  ���������L  n  USING!!   Jt Pays.to  Advertise!  'Why-"Not Advertise in  The Only Pai3er Published ..on the Mainland'  between - Vancouver ��������� and ���������*Erince  Rupert.  ���������L  /f R cc/ies T'/ie Bminess and Professional Man,  77iC Farmer, The*Logger, The Prosfcecidr,  The Tourist,  The Land Secfcer, &c, &c  //  p  We do f irst-class Job  Printing egual to any  Best Class Paper Used        Reasonable Prices  n  o  a  BELLA'"COOLA REALTY GO.  Choice Lots in  ella Coola  To wnsite  ACREAGE  Improved md  Unimproved  Farm Lands  WE   HAVE   AN   AGENCY   IN   VANCOUVER  LIST  WITH   US   FOR  QUICK   RETURNS  SB!  m  l.  JawjKJSBIj^BIgBgwBi^^  ������sr :>mi . j  w^Mtwwnm  WANT ADS.���������TRY A WANT AD. IN THE "COURIER  f*  19J1  M  Late BeBa-Goola Hotel  FIRST-CUSS 4CC0MM0DATI0N AND PROMPT SERVICE  ioe  2]l������JLE  5]lo}  SUBSCRIPTON RATES OF  BEULA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable ill Advance.  CANADA.  One Yeae $1.00  Six Months 0.75  Three Month? 0.50  UNITED STATES.  One Year  $1.50  United Kingdom and the Continent.  One Year $2.00  ".���������famr-ikAmomi-vsirsK  .������~-..-^T��������� **"��������������� ������������������������~.   -n^-^TWYyy^p-  'eei  SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO., LTD.  / '     BELLA COOLA, B. C.  Enclosed please find   for Bella Coola Courier for   Name   . subscription  (Barber's Shop and Baths .', Building Newly Furnished Throughout  ���������V*4  1    &  ttttn.i������iar,1.-ir-ti. '"^irfjp^r  ^���������.'^ym.,.*���������.-*���������***--*.*^���������*^ Y] ||TTnrnirT|rTT|| ���������MM<|���������inWn���������1m  P. 0   il  Tear out and mail today, with amount of subscription enclosed  HOME COOKING; White help only employed  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHAR[GfE^SPEClAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  FEED   STABLE   IN   COMNECT80N  jmri&mBmE&m  F. G. HAGEN, Props-ietor  .. 105

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xbellacoo.1-0170124/manifest

Comment

Related Items