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 cn A  LA COOLA OFFERS UNRt-  LED ATTRACTIONS TO  RTSMEN  AND  TOURISTS  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.;  Extremes of Temperature for the week  ending Nov. 16, maximum, 42; minimum, 31.  Rainfall for same period 0.84.   ^i"TS|  -NO. 11  B������LL^ COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.  $1.00 a Year  " islation for the  lllways Measure Will  Wm /Be Forced -  pa'believed to be the inten-  Sfof. the government to rein-  -*������  i'iVM  t .r- ,*i m  ���������it  Sviilnifee, early the coming session,  ^g|^&iada Highways Improve-  fecct, one of the most impor-  ninisterial measures slaugh-  |in,the dying hours of the  f  Session. ���������, -   "  bill was introduced by Hon.  Cochrane' in January to  ���������but the "promise made to the  irs in5 the general election.  laign.      The   bill   provided  fthe.-Dominion government  ft mak"e a grant to any pro-  m' any year for 'the con-  Ition of new highways or the  Svement of  existing high-  J" C^lfiHK thet m<>neyst0 Pe vot������d by  ;^f^^Kment The work was .to be  == 'S^^^i" -each-case, under agree-  RICT " ^ttnl between theDominion .and  , ..,  ^^iltlMprdvinces.    It was also pro-  %"������2&S&A tViMfr-siml  ym  ""'���������* ft 0 * VJ  if  |d that similarly the Dominion  frriment might undertake the  I lasa.       -. Gilding or improvement of high-  Bteriv,      -Iways, first obtaining provincial  t Ba:-  patio:     i..j���������;-5  desk:  1 iaiM.  Panama Toll Rate  Similar to Suez  Merchant Ships Will Pay  $1.20 Per Ton  President Taf t last night issued  a proclamation fixing the rates  that the foreign .shipping of the  world shall pay for passage  through the Panama Canal.  The .provisions of the proclamation'are as follows:  1. Merchant vessels carrying  passengers or cargo, $1.20 per net  vessel ton���������each 100 cubic feet  ���������of actual carrying capacity.  - 2. On vessels in ballast without passengers or cargo, 40 per  cent, less than the rate of tolls  for vessels with-passeiigers.-and  cargo.  3. On naval vessels, other than  transports, colliers, hospital ships  and supply ships, fifty cents per  displacement ton.  ���������4. Upon the army and navy  transports, colliers, hospital ships  and supply ships, $1.20 per.net  ton, the vessels to be measured  by-the same rules as are employ- j  iStfc  ner of  General European  War May Be  Averted  Russia Overawed by Germany and Austria  Despatches to the Vancouver  World state:  With Russia overawed by a  display of strength by Cjermany  and Austria on. their frontiers,  diplomats here today believe that  the danger of a general European  clash is ended.  Under thearrangementplanned  Albania probably will be transformed into a semi-independent  kingdom under nominal Turkish  sovereignity. Salonika undoubtedly will' be under international  control, the Balkan allies getting  only commercial consessions there  only Bulgarians likely to profit  territorially to any great extent.  W. W. Baer Appointed  Libera! Organizer  Fish Company Will  Soon Be Operating  Prince Rupert Firm Completing $1,00,000 Plant  The Canadian Fish and Cold  Storage Co., Ltd., which is spending approximately $1,000,000 on  buildings and equipment at  Prince Rupert, hopes to be operating by January 1, 1913. Four,  steam trawlers are on their w\y/  from England or being built there  also the company has two halibut  schooners building in Vancouver;  the Chief Zibassa was recently  launched and the Chief Skudclad  is in frame, both will be of entirely modern construction.  ~ V>&  ion os e/.jjf "RaattCtion'.  hair.s.k-^'%"'"  e  Stranded Liner  Contradicts Story That the Royal  George Will Be Total Loss  'he work on the Royal George  ill going on and Captain San-  the-well known wrecking  irt of New York, who has  working  on   the   steamer  flfffclmini which went ashore  :   fjo^l!"6 coaSt of Newfoundland  -> \!iomb time ago, is now on his way  'il&Wi'eck of C. N. R. steamer.  lie following message was rc-  Ijjfed by the Quebec Chronicle  the pilot of the stranded  er Royal George.  i. S. Royal George, Nov. 12.  '" ^Gbntradict report in papers.  Sure "ship will be off next spring  tide, 24 to 26 November.  (Signed) "Sam Rioux, pilot."  Mr. W. W. Baer, editoral writer  to the Victoria Times, has reed in determining the net tonnage s;gne(j to become Liberal or-  of merchant vessels. | ganizer   for   British   Columbia.  American   coastwise shipping,Mr. Baer has been appointed by  was exempted from toll payment | the   organisation   committee  of  by congress.    It is this provision ; the Provincial Liberal executive  .   x   n     .   v .,  ���������   -and  will  have  headquarters at  nf thp  act   that   Great Britain ���������. ,  ol  tne act   uml   ^^ i the Liberal offices, Richaras-st.,  diplomatically 'protested, but no  reference  to   the  incident wasj  made in the president's proclam-  Senator Bostock Likely  Choice as Senate Leader  Vancouver.  ation. American naval vessels are  Madrid���������Count Romanones was  appointed premier of Spain on the  exempt without special mention, {14th inst., filling the vacancy  either in the act of congress or j caused by the assassination of  the proclamation. ! Premier Jose Canalejos.   A despatch from Ottawa to the  Vancouver Sun says:  v The Liberal leadership of the  senate, consequent on the death  of Sir Richard Cartwright, will  be deteimined at a caucus soon  after the house opens.  Senator Bostock, of Kamloops,  is one of the most prominent in  line for the position. Senator  Power of Halifax, Senator Watson of Portage la Prairie, Senator  Young of Killarney, Man., and  Senator Kerr of Toronto, are likely choices.  Mr. Bostock is, understood to  have a good many supporters.  t  gary Ministers to  HoM Political Day  jhe ministerial association of  Ws city   decided   to set  apart  Sunday, December 1, as "Political day" in the churches of this  city.    On this date pastors of the  Reading churches o| the .city wil  / JMdyise their flocks' how to vote  '^m^iuring the coming municipal elec-  ' *B������.on. " The ministers agreed to  Refrain from   personalities,  announcing  that  they   will   deal  strictly with "principles not persons,"  Pioneer Resident Leaves Bella Coola  It was with extreme regret  that many friends of Mr. Chris.  Carlsen met at the wharf on Sunday night to bid good-bye to him  and his family, who are taking  up their residence in Everett,  Washington.  Mr. Carlsen was 'one of the  earliest settlers in Bella Coola,  being among the few colonists  who,settled the Valley just  eighteen years ago.  For some twelve years past he  has filled the positions of provincial constable, deputy' mining  recorder and revenue tax collector, also holding a commission as  Justice of the Peace.  For years a strong conservative  and ardent supporter of the McBride party, Mr. Carlsen enjoyed  the good will of the latter, but  the time arriving when he could  no longer conscicntously do so,  he was without apparent rhyme  or reason relieved of his position.  That he will be missed amongst  as, is a very mild way' of putting  it, but we know that besides bettering his position, he is going  among friends and relatives, and  our loss is their gain.  The "Courier" desires to tender to Mr. and Mrs Carlsen and  family, its best wishes for the  future, and trust that any regrets  they may feel at leaving Bella  Coola will be quickly dispelled by  happiness and prosperity in their  new home.   S. S. Chelohsin, one day late,  docked here at midnight on Sunday.  , Among the passengers for this  port were Mrs Fougner and boy,  Mr. and Mrs McNair and Miss  Robertson, Miss Robinson, Indian  constable Chas. Tucker and Capt.  Conner chief officer of the "Venture" who will spend a week's  vacation here.  Another Bear Hors-de-Gombat.  This time it has fallen to the  lot of Mr. W. F. Rowland to display his prowess as a hunter by  killing an enormous grizzly.  Mr. Rowland's was out after  goat and came on Mr. Bruin, who  seemed to be in an ugly mood.  An angry growl, a rush, a shot,  and another grizzly was ruled out  of order. ,_  Farmers Oien and Indrevick  came to town this week. The  former showed his superior judgment by calling at this office and  subscribing to the Courier.  ,  . ^j  In. regard to Mr. M. W. Marvin's letter appearing on page  three, we wish to assure Mr. Marvin of our willing assistance.  COMING!  Dr.W. J. Quinian, Deetist  OF PRINCE RUPERT     '  Will visit Bella Coola and Hagensborg for several weeks, arriving  about December 1st,  jiTT-^.������.s^= ,-^������-*^.,-������ gc^mmaal^ai  Messrs Gus. Gordon and Jos.  Moore, have been spending a  week in town. They have returned to South Ben tick Arm  where they are engaged in extensive logging opperations.  Mr..and Mrs McNair have decided to take up their residence  in Bella Coola and will temporarily occupy Miss Fosback's late  residence.  The ladies of the town are taking time by the forelock and are  making preparations for the  Xmas entertainments. Christmas  in Bella Coola is indeed a festive  season, and this year those in  charge of the arrangements  promise to excel anything .that  has been attempted in the past.  Two inches   of   snow  fell at  ��������� ���������!,-,   Firvale on Wednesday last.   This  The outgoing passengers inclu- ���������*���������ll vmc u"    *T J .  dad M,  i Z Cuy McMillan,'being the first fall of the season  Mr. and Mrs Chris. Carlsen and  iSS^TlSDloiS OFTHE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.  family, Messrs Vincent Clayton,  Geo. Dagg and James Hoage.  Mr. M. B. Christenson, the  genial merchant from Hagensborg, was in town the other day  and reported business good at  that place.  Mr. Christenson wishes to announce that, in anticipation-of  the large new stock of boots and  shoes which he expects to arrive  shortly, he-will sell oil' the present stock at BARGAIN PRICES.  He further wishes to make known  that he has a large collection of  choice views of Bella Coola in-  eluding photographs of the prize  produce at the recent exhibition  of Farm products. Call and  | Inspect This Stock If You  | Want to Save Money.  SURVEY PARTY ARRIVES  R. P. Bishop, B.C. L.S., arid  party who have been engaged in  running over the 53rd parallel,  have arrived in town and are  waiting for the south-bound  '' Chelohsin" on Sunday. The  party, which started out from  Quesnel, have been in the field  since May.   Earl Stoessiger, who has spent  several years in Bella Coola, leaves  Sunday for a two months visit to  his parents at Glen Ellyn, 111.  Jf you do nol wanl to look liki Mi.  Nextdoor, but wish to be in a ciass  by yourself, buy your  Men's Snils, Shirts, Hats and Furnishings  ^vhere   only   the  best  is csmed and  AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES  B. BRYNILDSEN  & CO.  BELLA  COOLA.   B.C. ,*��� J-u        �� T -
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��?C��! * J:-V- -; on ^him^tbr make�� some ."statement
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Hw^liC:- ,^,*jHon.*W.. R^tRos^ hastfayore(J the
IM^.; o^. Victoria! Colonist with* what\the
Ltlto^ >��� v .V^atter4is^pleasednto>,term' an?ex.-
The Hon. W:;R.' Ross.is evidently well posted, even to the point
of being able to s��ate confidently
that ''there is a townsite at Bella
Coola,' * and that ' 'it has been th��?
not unnatural desire of certain,
speculative persons to obtain the
choice Jots therein by private pur>
chasefrom the���Goverament.
Ho\^ does Mr. Ross" know tliat
these. applicants, were '.'specula-
ti ve persons?'' we have knowledge
of jn"any whp#we^e not.
The'/^xP.^ation "-, concludes
as follows: ""To comply with the
at Vancouver, the Foreman in
actual charge of the work, and a
local Merchant, who, owingtb his
undoubted loyalty to, the party in
power, was placed in,a position
which combined -the duties1 of
clerk of the .works with that of
forwarding agent. ' ' ��� ' v
-;,<,>   ACT I..    \,\/
Scene^L���Opens with consfeic-
tioh going on merrily, until the
line has reached a point iri^the
" upper part of the Valley/not
^ accessible by wagon, whpi a
shortage of wire is experienced.
Scene 2.7-Still no wire. - Foreman
." finds it expedient to obtain.wire
via "Chileotin 'Instructs forwarding agent to' send, up' no
more'wire'from Bella, Coola.
request voiced so energetically
by'-the-CcurW'Woiia be to per^ Scene S.-Thc. phi **��^
J , y   '    -      . ��� . tcms. of wire, arrive at ;Bella
mifc speculators to grab the preT
ferable Jots' in "the townsite at a
lowpricepre.sumably; leaving the
less1 desirable propertied ^on the
Governments' hands," f * ���
'This-^latter soundsrrather pathetic. :But does the{Minis'uer'o5
Lands lhink*lhat,either', by, pri^
'vato"salef or. auctionr the less!de-^
sirable" lqis" jvere-'going" tb'3be
'bought. firs^^leavirig,,'Uie*prefer-
able 'lotsCin/ttic hands-of the
Government.;' ^ %"--' ��� ^ '> ���-\" ���.'"-
,i The/Government, has Very few
lots';an Hhe xfirs^vsub-'division'1 at
w.iiO /���..,_T---:_���0vj<j* an(j if Jaccord-
these undesirable
lots have;b'een4eft on1 the hands
'of .Athe' Governmentrby a design-.
ing >pubiic>*tnen<"wvhy 'does- lie not
sell them wheri'Ke'has'the chance?
"T'The Governmentvhas amonopo-
Jistic oTjmership; of these properties, '^afid }is' determined ;to' hold
���fdrihigKer"rvalue^,'-?(aitdT:;this - in
spiteVf'ithe -wishes" of-the people'
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. examination" resolves itself .into
".less   than   microscopic - prbpor-
"vtions." *��� '���     "     v-       -;
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'- ' "Now;.we, who know the Honor-
.;���; *a,ble gentlemanjn question, truly
v' believe;he.'said. that, but we are
s*': .notprepared to.admitvthath'eis
: an infallible-judge on this or any
{:--other matter; *,,-< .   .
s, /'.. Glancing again at the' 'explana-
,'; , tibn"- asclt appears in the Colon-
*," ist;:''>We - (see - - it, boldly ��� heade.d
" MCheck to Speculation.!/   ^Oh,
that-it were so,   Perhaps 4t is.
Bu.t ^What of the hundreds-of
;   thousands of acres of the finest
1   agricultural land in the Province
���, passing constantly into the hands
*;' of,the speculator?  a condition
i,  which is not only' tolerated but
j encouraged by the Hon.'*W. R.
>,l'- Ross.; ,What of tlie statement by
.,' ^ir Richard McBride, himself ,to
"   the effect '.'that of all classes of
'   speculators the prje-emptor was
the worst-of all?  What of the
sacrificing of the timber?   Then
to be told that the withholding of
a few lots in Bella Coola Town-
site from the market is a "Check
' to Speculation."
According to the Minister of
Lands our complaint is microscopic.   Will he kindly invent a
tons of wire, arrive at ;Bella
tCdbiai: Forwarding agent act-
: ing on instructions from Super-
"intendant^ .in'* Vancouver,^ en-
> gages teams"and forwards'said
. f.tentons-qf wire to point about
; 40'"mfles^up the -valley, as,far
' wa'gons'cari proceed. (Curtain)
\^'\-\ "act II. "     ./\\ r
'Scene L���Exasperated -Foreman
f,-indulges iiri fighteouswrath^ind
.-**��� refuses.,to ^accept, wire. l*Foij--
*. .warding agent, also righteously
*-.'. indignant,. shows a u t h o tirt y
Hfrbm" Superintendent (wh'^be-
1 uig,400 miles ,awaj% wou\d be
'- likely to understand the imme-
��� * diate requirementsiandMuses
.^-to" bring it'back: '. Teamsters
. ��� become anxious and want"tHeir
���\ $40 per ton for hauling. 'Wire
".'-'meantime" lying '-at'^Gibson's
��� ��� ranch, ^.^/.f,-  -  *jy * ^ a
Scene. S.^Maioc- Owner of ranch
, '-kindly .condescends to accept
\*wire iriiieu of rent for;storage.
*r "'"" Grand. Finale.-'  ' v   '
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Scene^lffProfai/yi,^ Government
' nt���>. Jn V.-.. !lo'n\itiTM\��f m.a IJoit-'o
gress;'and tHis >foi%fear of'a lot
or' two' gettin g- JntpY tlie/hanjjs' of
a,^ "specurative- person,'/" who
.might'do as the. Government has
decided to-do^-hold for hiSgher
values, \ ��� '    *���      -'"   v" - v'   -
'A speculative person or a specu-.
iative governjnent, - wherein^ lies
the difference?'    ] \        ,
It is-worthy of note that the
Prince Rupert',Empire',, a strong
supporter; oi the McBrid'e'gpvern-
ment, refers; "'to,,thel matter" as "a
-Vwell founded? protest;."' - ..���   :
Princel- Rupert knows, '-having
been deprived, for years of rev-
^enueonviiuableppop'erties, while
a-speculative -government held
for higher values., '      .'
All due respectto Hon, W. R.^
Ross, > but it would seem at least
unwise for him to endeavor\to
explain rfway'the ranknessof the
Government's'land policy, when
several of his undoubted and undisputed peers find the task so
far beyond {hem and so little to
their taste.
Where ft *s�� *or those who want
'.'"it'to take away.      '' (Curtain)/
Query ;^-Who's the Villain':1' -  "
What ..a pity-.it is not barbed
wire, boys! but it makes good
fences any way, and then its cheap
too.' -.' ' " "''.', y'jf
. yote for the Conservative party
and get in the scramble forffree
wire.- .   l -        ' '.$'-,
Who Wants Wire?
This question is very likely to
be asked as a consequence of complications that have arisen in connection with the freighting of
supplies to be used in construction
of the telegraph.
The chief characters in this
"drama of the wire" appear to
be three in number:   The Super-
term to define the infinitesimal ihtendent of telegraphs located
re     ?J* i
' > Atnarko River, Nov, XlvL'1912.
The.Editor, .
' Bella Coola Courier,
, "... Bella- Coola, B. C.
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OUR TURN NEXT!
Sir,- -.-'      ' -   -,       l ;���)���;;.   \
v    " The "Courier", has' made
its appearance up here, and 'when
we get it (which, unfortunately,
does not happen often and regularly, due-to the inadequate P. 0.
service,) is very welcome as a
means to keep us in touch with
the rest of the valley settlers.
Personally, I think the youngster is doing remarkably well
considering its tender age,rand if
only it could keep free from personalities and local squabbles it
would be very, very good': But
then, I suppose you must have
these diversions down at your
end, same as the Central Americans need a revolution now and
then, just to keep the blood in
good order. Up here we really
have no time to bother with such
little things, as, beside the additional work required to pack
from so far all 0 f our living ne
cessities, the principal topic for
conversation, our whole aim and
aspiration,.is concentrated in one
single but very important item:
THE ROAD! *
Most of you while blithely
and merrily driving your teams
at your end of the valley, do not
wholly realize the inconveniences
and the hardships to which we up
here are subjected.' Of course I
have heard many complaining
about the existing road and its
deficiences, this is only natural,
human nature never being satisfied with what it has; nevertheless I should like to point out to
^oiese* good ,people that half a
loaf is better than no bread, and
that your ,hajf loaf is a reasonably" good one. , t
We have been waiting, waiting,
oh! for such long years for the
Road to"get'up here, and���not-
withstanding the increased number of settlers, the' passing of
years;, the many and. repeated
appeals to the '.'powers that be,"
���we are still waitin g. The Road,
during my'seven years stay in
this Valley/^has' crept on at the
rate of one and one-third mile per
year. When, first I came here,
it was just possible, barely so, .it's
true; to'.drive to < Canoe crossing;
now you may (barring accidents),
drive ten miles further, and then
c. -
;.;'.-. the useful; "but soul im-
perilling pack-horse for "you'."
* Nobody better than the humble
writer acknowledges the right of
priority of the Lower Valley settlers to have first a good road, but
between the finished 'article (or
nearly^so) 6$ feet wide,. ditches
���' on the,side, etc., and our pack'
'trail,'of Lieut. Palmer's blessed
memory,- what a>gulf \ ���' And think
of it, we are now hot only one or
two, but about 22 settlers in the
roadless end of the valley and at
this present rate we shall be
about 20 years in getting the road
up here.   <
You have settled the Lower
Valley and have now a road, frequent postal service, telephone,
etc. We have waited patiently
our turn and we truly think it is
due now. Will not our good
friends and co-settlers, will not
the Courier help our cause?
One thing that���it seems to me
���has too often been lost sight of,
is that the ultimate end to attain
in the'completion-of this Road is
to connect, with the existing one
at Tatla Lake, thus completing
one of the branches of transportation^ through B. C, and eventually promoting traffic and trade
between the Chilcotin country
and Bella Coola. Don't you see
you would greatly benefit yourselves even whilst doing a good
action in helping us.
We are too scattered and handicapped by the lack of frequent
postal communication to be successfully heard at the right time
and on the right occasion, and
unless we all stand together and
help one another, the so much
vaunted solidity of district co-
settlers and friends, will only be
an empty name.
The evident injustice recently
committed by the postal authorities in allowing us a single month-
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Vancouver, B. C
GEORGE E. TROREY
Managing'Directorv
ly mail when, for instance, the
Firvale P. 0.-���with not as many
settlers ore as much mail���is served weekly, ought to .convince
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you that wevare ,not getting the
"square deal," and if you "add,
this to the lack of' transportation,
you will not wonder that we could
not keep up here for long the few
plucky ladies who,:graced our vicinity with their presence. And
then some unpractical joker,
when we happen to "kjck" about
something, has the,impudence to
suggest-to us; with;a"notable lack"
of originality, to go and gei mar-
Vied! How?' It does not-follow
because we are mostly bachelors
up here, that its our own choice.
No, it's Hobson'sr
'Coming back to the ' 'Road'' and
treating the matter in broad, impartial, and above all, impersonal'! road:
lines, has it struck you that for
the past few* years the bulk of
the appropriation has been spert
in changing a mile or so of it
every year? < It improves it a lot,
I admit it freely) its got to be
done at sometime,*,also true; but
does it benefit most of the sett-
lers from Canoe .Crossing to Tatla?   Does it bring you down the |^|
Tatla district trade?   They want ^^
to come down there.hut they can- vl
not, so there is-a lost opportunity   l)*
for-all of us.-, t..'. ./ '     r5'
.Do the side road appropriation^    -sijca
to settlers living say within a mil��ft j0> ���
of the main road'helpthe majon-igfK|
ty ,of the settlers as before described ?    Evidently'not; they fs
help a single individual or a small |
group of them, keeping that mile
from the extension of the main
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BETWEEN
BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER
S. S/VENTURF payes \�����T'T T1���^1 n *M
=��== leaves Bciia Coola Sunday morning
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sx 1 "tytem  'urday, November 23,  19i2  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Have you ever heard of branch  jjlihes being built, nay completed,  before the main line? I haven't,  Imore's the pity. ��������� t      ���������  Atijhe risk:of making myself  ely   Unpopular,  but   also  ;he"'end in,view to convince  at we are desperately "in  st, I don't hesitate to assert  the main road would pass  .where within a mile of our  nches we would connect with   ^y '���������,  ���������'Iir,Tat..our own expense.    I'll go  'further than that, and offer to  [bUild '{one mile of passable wagon  "iikcult-us   potlatch)   gratis,  ind' for nothing if the said  i& wagon-road-reaches mine  ,|my partner's ranches in two  "ears from date.  $uet us unite with one single  ose and one end in view and  for'a thumping big appropri-  oh   that >will- see this   Road  'i'  ihping   ahead  by  leaps,   not  >' ^Jil&rawHng as now, owing to the  ' ''^mdi\\ 'dabs' doled out.   The rail-  }Mm0&' ntay^"'come;   but it is the  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT  OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that Annie Stockdale,  of South Gosforth, occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land;  Commencing at a post planted 4 chains  East of the South-West corner post of  Timber Lease 43606, thence 20 chains  South, 20 chains West, 20 chains North,  20 chains East, to point of commencement, containing 40 acres, more or less.  ANNIE STOCKDALE.  Dated ARTHUR F. GOTHARD.  y September 1st. 1912. A������ent.  Bella Coola Land District.  VANCOUVERLAND  DISTRICT     -  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that I, Arthur P. 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 43606, thence 40  chains South, 20 chains West, 40 chains  North, 20 chains East, West of Lot 16  in the Bentinck Arm, containing 80  acres, more or less.  ARTHUR F. GOTHARD.  Dated Aucrust 30th. 19W.  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  Townsite, thence 40 chains North along  Townsite, thence East 20 chains,  thence South 40 chains, thence West 20  chains to point of commerfcement, containing 80 acres, more or less,  JOHN G; MASSES.  Dated B. FILLIP JACOBSEN,  September 21st, 1912. '���������''Agent.  VANCOUVER LANDDISTRICT  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 180 acres, more  or lt'Ss  ALFRED MINSOS.  Dated Sept. 23. 1912. B. FILLIP JACOUSEN,  Asrunt.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coast���������Range 3.  t A5*  ,v^\  "255 .*���������'"*'.?���������*  ~%t like ours, and previous ex-  Ft       '  iles in the history of B. Care  smflHFjtifiil and easy to find.  '"ST*  m* the benefit of those who  unacquainted' with the nura-  gbf, claims, -voters and tax-  |ers of the Upper Valley, from  lead of the wagon road on,  all give here some names:  ^l^ffivlwssrs Gyllenspet? (&sk him if he can  *"~ '*   & his door, with a a whole wagon),  SjKenyon,  Geo. Namothy,   Ed.' Oien,  ^gTelly, Bennett, M.< Hickrnann  and  ytjtickinann (seperate claims),^ R. E.  _._^Ter, J. Pauline,' Robertson, J. Cress-'  jijjS^P. Gadsden,. Wm. Sutherland, G.  gg, .A.  R.- Leese,  M.   W. ��������� Marvin  '^^ffci^Kh^grant), M. W. Marvin (2nd pre-  ' ,!W!#jP<>n)������  F. .List,  R.  V. Leese, Jas,  : ; ^jS^^rank and W. E.Ratcliff (seperate  . ./^I^tos), J. Chad well, Ralph Edvvards,  T &;?>BlBarrow.        ' ' -  ^-w^&fcid when I add that there is  ,L5OT���������j|t -twenty ranchers who are  ^jfiufctous ��������� to take 'droves of cattle  froni,the. Tatla Lake district to  mission 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 up 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 or less.  AUGUSTINE MARIE HICKLENTON  Date, October 10th. 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  BELLA'COOLA LAND DISTRICT.  ":   Distriet 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 about  1 1-4'miles in a southerly direction from  ,the junction of the Atnarko River and  the East Fork, on the eastern shore ant!  near the head of a small lake, thence  West 40.chains, thence South 80 chains,  Whence East 40 chains, thence North 80  chains,, to point-of commencement.  -      ���������   ��������� JOHN A. CONKEY.  Date. 25th October, 1912.  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Warner Gothard,  of Cttllen House, Barnsley, England,  gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the' following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  25 chains in an easterly direction of application to purchase No. 30912, thence  East 20 chains, South 20 chains, West  20 chains, North 20 chains  WARNER GOTHARD:  Dated   ' ,        ARTHUR F. GOTHARD.  Aufcuat 12th, 1912. .. Afjent.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  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 the head of Lonesome  Lake, thence East 20 chains, thence  North 80 chains, thence" West 20 chains,  thence along lake shore in a southerly  direction to ,point of commencement.  GEORGE YOUNG.  Date, 26th October, 1912.  .,aKSSS^&������i^3i������&^^  t  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  (Bella Coola'as* soon as the. road is  through/ some of you will  "aps commence to realize that  iJllMlhave the strongest reasons for  ^pf^asKing the Government to com-  tfl^fel6 thiS' iroad aTld open up >a  fefr^WJSole new district to the possi-  ������]-l������ilies that this bunch of settlers  r4/^MS?:already- ��������� proven -"to��������� be prac-  '"' rW"fflll3i and of wide and reciprocal  .ntage/W-'settlers'of' all the  ch. between Bella Coola and  \%tla/Lake.  SIS M. W. MARVIN.  ~Disti7iefe--e^^oa^t^-Range 3.  ' Take NoTioiTtrnirt^IIubert G. Hal-  ler, of Victoria, occupation Broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  160 chains south of Lonesome Luke to  the east of the Atnarko River, thence  West 40 chains, thence South 80 chains,  thence East 40 chains, thence North 80  chains, to. point of commencement.  HUBERT G. HALLER.  Date, 26th October. 1L������12.  VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE 3.  Take Notice that George Henry  Burt, of Vani ouver, B.C., < ccupation  logger, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following dcscubed land:  Commencing at a post plau.ed about  two miles disiiiTit and in a south-westerly direction fr.>m the western e^ tremily  of Kwaloho Lai e, thence South 4(. chains,  thence Wtal bO chains, thence- North 40  chains, thence Easr 80 chains \v \ oint of  commencement, comprising 320 ncres.  GHOLGE UENKY BURT.  Dale 25th AukusI   V>U.  _ __JBU^1NLSS CAUDS_   W. "MEYERSTEtN  Biirislt Columbia Land Surveyor  VICTORIA-.  B. C.  P.O.  Box  1579  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that I, Kenneth F.. Me  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 At-'  narko 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. '. ���������  ^  IITM  '7 -,_< is   a   (9  ti  VANCOUVER LANDDISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE S."  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 miles distant and in a southwesterly direction from the western  extremity of Kwuleho Lake, thence  South 40 chains, thence We.st 40 chain!?,,  thence North 40 chains, thence East 40  chains to point of commencement,' comprising 160 acres.  JAMES TEAR SON WRIGHT.  Date astli Auii-mt, l'.'W.  * i1?^  &  M  mi  oiesaae  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,  Tweed  Pants,   Overalls,  Tents.   Hand  Knit  Sweater ' Goods  and"  5>k-- ������������������������������������  aw  SOLD     BY     ALL.     FIRST     C!  .ASS  ERGHANTS  )h  ������1... l.l.M1I.TI.ffl| ,1 l..^  ii'r-lH....T1^|- 11.   IV   'I'it .'-I * i ��������� I I "' " ^^.'i  S.  '������  PJACOBSEN  A|;e������-tt for and OWiier of  FARM, imm IAN0S AND WATESlfOWI-R  : '-IM BELLA C00LA-.AND VlCiNilY   '  !  TEN ACRE BUNS.-. A SPECIALITY  <������|'.. After a residence of 30 years I have.acquired  a thos'oiiiA  kmnvlodge  of: the 'whole: coast   of  British Coluinfiirj,  and   can  jji've-'rcKaljle  uiior-  hiation of the difl-.tchl recources at ahnoi-.t any'  point in, this pait of'die province.     All informa-,  tfar. strictly'guaranteed.-��������� . v:���������-  Zpp^First-cL'SS Watch Repairs  ^^���������"done ai reasonable.prices.  All work guaranteed  and - postal.  charges p?.id. Address all lOork to  P. G. MOOT, 942 View-Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  VANCOUVER LAND DIS'ITJ CT  DISTRICT OF COAST--..-RANGE.  Take Novice, that IMer Ctrl iMi������>sick j & h  ; -*������������������  of Varii'ouver, l'J. C., iccitpaijon lui;.���������.';���������'���������;!:, : \  g   jj ���������  ��������� syc>t>ty^i&HA<;.-ijft*o-wwuxil><xt>������&��������� <>4t-Av*-< >*������������*��������� ft���������*e-'*v:. iif <-tswi<V  <.f^>'J~-i i> i\ V!������r������*<.j;)l.>S:'> .ii**V* O wynVn'/ St&lf. If ������!,������>���������# << (iJMfcV  int.endt.-i to apply for pi-nnis.-Aion to ;jul--  chaso the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  live anu a half miles distant and in a:?  south-westerly direction from the west-:  ern extremity of .Kwalcho Lalce, ilienco I  South 40. chains, thence West 40 chains, ���������.  thence North.40 chains, thence East 40-j  chains to point of commencement, com- j'-'  prising 160 acres. |  PETER CARL MESSICK.    j  Date 25th AuRUst. 1U12. j  i s  Messrs BURROUGHS>������nd  DEAN will install  POOL AND Bl"   IARD TABLES  at the GRAND VlftW HOTEL.   Will open on  or about November 30,1912, with full new outfits  REAL   ESTATE    OFFICE   IN    COMNKCT!OM  Farm   Lands   and   Inside  Property   handled  COME IN FOR. BUSINESS OR TLEASURE  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ;|  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that Annie K. Davies,  of Appleton,'Englaj-.d, occu|)a!ion 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 SouiK^half of  the North-West quarter of the j?:-vst half  of the South-West ouarter dl* Section  13, Township 8.  ANNIE KENYON DAVIES. \  Date, 17th A urusI. 1912. ' ���������    j '  |   f  *%."������<'/?*.  Land   Seekers, ���������ampers9  Frospector&y  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NtCESSARY?  5?  W/K CMIUS' COl������!?U:TE l-tttGS. OF THE FjOLLOWSNO AT C������i.S.-A COOSJl HRSCCS:  GROCERSES TENTS  ,'  DRY   GOODS CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY AND   GRAIN  1  I  jsellj  Why not advertise m the  ourier:  Taper  ^hfur*  a lumre.  g ;  li  &  * 8  '    -\  S ft  11  it  li  -IAGENSBORG  12    MILES    FROM    BELLA   COOLA   ANP   ON    DIRECT   ROUTE   TO   THE   INTERIOR  *������ VW MM**1***  S>-..ff������������K-;>-������RrEnM:  ><m3^o-fsrt^������^t^������<s������^^<^^ ^Sfc  fir 5?A*;i     \. ���������     ^-i.  M Rivfl-V ���������>������ ������ -    , ���������  ,-m^cMf"������:lM^^STOCk  OF FANGY ^NO STAPLE  GROCERIES AT LOWEST   PRICES  11 ., -',"<>- i ^'irt..  >>:* ' -i'  "& i ,  ',ut-.! " V.. f-  HiJ>'-?JV������> & "it i " **   Hi , '���������"���������    ���������> *- "* -v -i       '".I    "I1*'  ������MS    ���������-������UA    . ^ v.   .. ��������� t. ^    fl  ^     ^  ^    ^^       TV,t\        ^, ,  ,j.       ,      ^  IJB33SEC />      ' '=r.   ^ -  H������;.?fe!'.������- -. :  Sett3ers, Prospectors arsid Campers -Supplies  iB^"-^''-f - J^,''  jo;  w:  H,1>  be:Lla GQOLA  f 111 l^y1 /������? i     & * * '      X S  H{s!J^',*,'    <   ���������'  I 'III* j- .   v      . tr  IK ������<   \ * -  ilrJI11 f ' , t  Ik'ry '.  :  v,  hy' ^v"  P'"-  f !q "'* '  i  t,   li CHRIS    CARLSEN.  .iCHRIS!   CARLSEN  mm  ^     H.   L.   HARRIS  LTY CO.  IB  !1!f  u.  If ill  ii  si  ii-li!  <���������*.  Choice Lots in ;  Bella 'Coola  "Ownsite  ACREAGE  Improved and  Unimproved  Farm Lands  V*  Vlamd notices-cb'ntini^d,���������,,.')VANCOUVER/lANDDISTRICT|VANCOUVER'LANDDISTRia  1 vSjF  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Take  of London  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  TakjEi Notice  that Walter  Eugene  ,Ratcliff of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation  District of Coast���������Range 3.     j^.^~V" ~: ���������t i-.-- rr-' '������������������  , A _ ��������� * . fkancher, intends to apply for permission  iE Notice tbat Clara-M. Procter, J to purchasert the following described  ndon, Khgland, occupation widow, | ������an(^: ������    ,    r   j  i ui wuuvu, ijiiKKL>.v., v^wU1������...��������� . , i :anua: ������    >    <   *  intends to applj for permission to. pur- j    Commencing at a post planted about  'chase the following described land: .three miles distant and in a'southerly  ]    Commencing  at a post planted 1Z0 j direction from the mouth of Hotnarko  ! chains  north   and   60   chains   east  of . ^ver ^ on the Atnarko river, thence  | the north-east/ corner of ���������kerspre-1 West 20 ^i^ thetice South 40 chains  'emption,   lot 44(5.     Thence North  fcU thence isJaAt'ao ciiaais, ,LucucovIsorth 4(  WE   HAVE  AN   AGENCY   !N   VANCOUVER  LIST  WITH   US FOR  QUICK   RETURNS  ^SgS^Ba33SsK^C������Ea^^S5aHHSSKS3ff  ' chan������, thence Fast 35 chains more or  ' less to the Nedeetsconnay river, thence  ��������� South 20 chains more or less^folivwing  I eaid river, thence West iO chains .to  : point of commencement, containing 40  i������cres more or less.  CLARA M. PROCTER.  Date Sept. 28th, 1912        L.W, PROCTER. Agent  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  * District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notxcb that Estelle E. Snggitfe  of Coaldaie, Albert^ 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 corner of Tucker's pre-emption, lot 443, on. the hank of the nee-  Ipctsronnav river. Thence North 00,  chains, thence Bast 30 chains rnuie on  key, io the Nt'cleelsconnay river, tliencc  South-iilong river to point of commencement, containing 70 acres more or less.  <     ESTELLE E. SUGG ITT.  Da������c, Cei>t. 2������th. 1^12.     L- W. PHOCTER. Ako .'  chains Uf point of commencement, containing SO acres.  WALTER EUGENE RATCLIFF.  Date, 5th November, 1912.  DISTRICT. OF COAST���������RANGE III  Take Notice that WiUfam Bert Ba      J^i  row, of Bells Coola, B. C, occupauoa    &"  rancher, intends to apply for permiseios  to purchase the following described land  Ckfmniencirig at a poflt planted aboot X,      ^  2 1-2 miles distant and in a westerly t ^\t*x  direction from the norjh-weat comer of $ ^ &-^- n  William Bert Barrow's preemption ������^ ^njWfi1 ������  ���������Hotnarko river,'thence East 40 chjnrj is '^w^rif  thence South 20 chains, thence Westtofe?! \fif||fR  chains, thence North 20 chains to P������'c,������?4W^ne  of commencement, containing ������0 aer������ ������������&*..������.*������*������������=  WILLIAM BERT BAltROW   W^thjl I  Date. 27th October. 1812.  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER  mth������s  Late Bella Goola Hotel  FIRST-CUSS ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  Barber's Shop and Baths .;. Building Newly Furnished Throughout  IS llil  if  I.  8  '���������' P.!  HOME COOKING; White help only employed  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN JO. ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  FEEB   STABLE   11*3   CONNECTION  VAN COUVER LAND 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 comer of Tucker's pre-emption 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.   '  Pate, September 28th, 1912.  G. HA@EN7 Proprietor  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 ua  know your requirements and we will send particulars.  DON'T FORGET���������That the expenditure of $10 cash  at Pllmloy's entitles you to a ticket which will  share In the drawing of a $1,500 "Overland" Auto.  There's a  Difference  *  m  the Price!  tirel;  1 - Th  irboun  fete*  jfSfirict.  SUBSCRIPTOIvI  RATES OF  BELLA COOLA COURIER,  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  ';��������� CANADA.  One Year .........^���������  SixTVIonths .......:   Three Months .........   .$1.00    0:75  ...... 0.5Q  UNITED STATES.  One Year.......'....y.........���������..���������.. $L50  United Kingdom and the Continent.  One Year. ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� > ��������� ���������........... -. ...$2.00.  SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO., LTD.  BELLA COOLA, B.C.  Enclosed please find   for Bella Coola .Courier for r... .J {.  . subscription  Name. ..........".'. ...:....��������������������������� ���������  p. o............. ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������  Tear out ond mail today, with amouptof sulwcripthm enclosed  ,   ,i expe  VvAlutel

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