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 />V  M  IELLA COOLA OFFERS UNRI-  CALLED    ATTRACTIONS   TO  fSPORTSMEN   AND   TOURISTS  IJJL^L  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Average Temperature for the latter part  of September, maximum, 68; minimum, 39.  Total rainfall for October, 2.55.  fob. 1���������NO. 9  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1912.  $1.00  Year  tm  ice-President  is Dead After  Long Illness  flames S. Sherman Succumbs to Complication  of Diseases  Steamer "Vadso"  Refloated  After Two Full Weeks' Endeavor  Vancouver Freighter Released  From Reef.  , , y v .   $-9'Long Prominent in U. S. Affairs.  The American Nation mourns  le death of Vice-President Sher-  in, which occurred on the night  trie-30th ult.  ; Physicians who attended Sher-  fan' say that he  sacrificed his  i:e .for  the   Republican party.  completely disregarded warn-  igs of his doctors, and insisted  speaking at timesfr when he  id been .notified to do so would  suicidal. . The Physicians con-  i  bid that his fatal illness started  ?m   one.;of   these occasions.  later, _they.; say, he insisted on  )ing" to the polls to register,  Just fifteen days after going  ashore in a 'dense fog at Baynes  sound, the steamer Vadso, operated by the Union Steamship Co.  on the northern run, was successfully refloated Saturday afternoon  by the Vancouver Dredging and  Salvage company, and now lies  on the beach in Deep cove.  Here the shipwrights will effect  the necessary repairs to the hull  which will allow "the run to Vancouver, where she will be' dry-  docked,  First Aviator to Be^  Killed in Warfare  Turkish Main Army  een Defeated  While reconnoiteririg in the a:'r  over Adrianople, Aviator Popoff,  ^immediately afterwards he suff-la Russian, was killed by Turkish  4#i  L -j^jTBgain in disregard of their orders  via  m  '-6red a relapse, and death followed  in less than a week.  New Secretary  I of State  Lewis. Coderre, K. G., Receives Po/-  f   ' Folio.   I '"-X; ������������������;������������������ ���������t :   In spite of the many rumcrs,-  any of them, alleged to come  pm  authoritative sources, the  rtfolio of secretary of state has  en presented to Louis Coderre,  IC,  of Montreal.'   This  an-  nouncememV v must; have come  J^aS something of a surprise to the  gentlemen whose names had been  publicity   as   probable  Choices for t le cabinet vacancy,  *Jmd Mr. Coderre is to be cohgratu-  -{)  ay  lied on the distinction which has  Been accorded him.  , The appointment will be pleasing to Mr. Coderre's friends, as  it will to the French Canadians in  general. His record as a parlia-  irnentarian is not a long one, but  'is at least infinitely preferable'  the new minister of public  rks, the Hon. Robert Rogers,  .who was sworn in at the same  time that Mr. Coderre received  his official appointment. Canada  has achieved a better secretory  of state with the shuffle in the  cabinet. (Vancouver Sun)  soldiers, being the first aviator to  die in actual! warfare.  The death of Popoff shatters  the theory of aviators that by  flying high and swift an airman-  was practically unhittable.  The Turks first tried mass' firing, and when this failed, they  resorted to shrapnel, which  proved effective.  Adrianople Is Completely Surrounded  After Another Reverse���������200,003  Turks Retreat  '���������^ ���������:������������������  Balkan Allies .Have Announced They Are Ready to  Talk Intervention on Certain Terms  The Bulgarian army completely j Lule Burgas eastward to Serai!  defeated a Turkish   force esti-' The Turkish front was more than  i \ . r  mated at 200,000 men, under Niz-! thirty-one miles lor.g.  am Pasha at Lule Burgas, after  three days terrific fighting, according to a despatch from Sofia,  The Bulgarian cavalry is pursuing the retreating Turks.  y> '  Adrianople is completely hem-  ��������� The Ottoman "troops retreated  to , Tchorlu, . about twenty-one  miles south of the position from  which they were driven. by;.the  Bulgarians.  The   Bulgarians    fought L the  great Turkish army by turning  j "     ���������/ ' , ;  i movements   and   strategy,   but  med in by Bulgarian troops.  The battle, which is regarded  as the most important engagement since the' beginning of the;these> according to experts, must  war, lasted three entire days. It (now give way to force of num-  extended   along   the   line . from bers and gunpowder.  British Investments geologist Slates  Excellent Coal on  Graham Island  Miss Clara Barnsley, - w-h o s e Exit, Grizzly Bear  beautiful voice has so charmed) . - ���������������������������.  her audiences at the recent social j Mr- Gaarden, who (has a fine  gatherings at Bella Coola, leaves j orchard, has lately been favored  on Sunday for her home in Vic- j by frequent visits from a certain  toria.'., Miss Barnsley has been Mr. Bruin, who showed his ap-  the guest of, Mrs J.. Clayton for, ^ation of the_ frujts by stripp.  several weeks past.  Mr. George Young has lately;  developed symptoms of wanderlust. He leaves this week for  the Upper valley where he will  put in a couple of months trapping. Mr. Young intends to pay  special attention to mink/he has  received several large private  orders for this class of fur. The  mink from this district are particularly good, as there is nothing  that Mr. Young does not know  about this business we may look  for a fine catch on his return.  Bella-.Codia Indians Hold Big Pottatch  In Canada  COKEING COAL  ���������������������.  r- WNckenzie Bowel! on  th������ Improve  Toronto, October 31.��������� Sir Mackenzie Bowell passed a very com-  Cokeing Coal Found South of Hazel-  ton Proves Satisfactory.  . That there is a body of high-  grade cokeing coal lying south of  Hazelton has been demonstrated  by Mr. J. W. Hart and his associates during the past season, the  development on their claims having proven highly satisfactory,  according t-> Mr. Hart, who is  now in Vancouver.  The property lies,on Kitseukla  '.creek7"''twelve~'Mles"V'fiipm""the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway, and  nearly south of Hazelton and west  of 'Morriceton, on the Bulkley  river, There are thirty-one seams  of coal crop on the land, and of  these, two have been partially  developed, one of them being  seven feet in thickness and the  other foiir.  According to assays received in  Vancouver, the coal yields 68.5  per cent of coke, and is as well  a high-grade steaming and domestic fuel.  Lloyd George Scheming  To Tax Them  Imperial .Goverment Should Protest  Says London Financial Nevvs.  The Chan cellar of the .Exchequer of Great. Britain is instituting  enquiries presumably designed  to extort income tax from the  money of British Investors in  Canada, even if their dividends  are reinvested in the Dominion.  The Financial News says: "Lloyd  George's action is a menace to  Canada, and is-an insidious and  insulting attempt to enforce a  hazy, impracticable right of the  Imperial   Government to make  Canadian resources tributary.to ~  -���������- '���������.:   ���������.   ,      '' ������������������  British taxation.-' enormous Canadian interests in  The, paper adds that the Otta;^, yolved to protest vigorously and-  wa Governments  owes to the'immediately  Prominent mining men have  been looking over a big coal proposition in which they are interested  and have expressed intention of  developing the property early  next spring. .���������"  Mr. Campbell, who is a geolo-  gist of note from Washington,  D���������C, and. a man of long experience, is very, well satisfied with  all he was able to see upon this  short visit, and says that coal of  a first class quality and suitable  for cokeing purposes undoubtedly  exists in large .quantities, but as  to the actual extent later examination will have to prove.  Prince Rupert Daily News.  oy''        ���������' ���������- -~ .'      "..���������'.-..  "���������. One of the < largest pptlaches  held at Bella Coola in. recent  years, took place last week. The  principals on .this occasion were  the indians.'.'.Peter Elliot, the newly elected chief,,-and Judas.  The festivities lasted^pver four  days. Among the good things  provided for consumption were  four head of beef steers, over one  ton of sugar, and one hundred  boxes of biscuits, needless to say  little or none of which was.allowed to waste. Over $2000 in cash  was distributed.  The honored guests for this  occasion were the Kimsquit indians. V  Catch 'em alive oh!  ing several trees. Mr. Gaarden  desiring a better acquaintance  with his uninvited guest, set out  a 35 lb. steel trap, attached it to  a log some 14 feet long by 18 inches in diameter. The next  morning trap and log were missing, but on following the tracks  for about quarter of a mile Mr.  Gaarden came upon the log and  trap attached to which was an  enormous grizzly bear..  That bear will rob no more  orchards.   .  Mr. F. E. Been returned to  town by the last Venture, after a  short business trip to Vancouver.  Mr. Wheeler's new residence  is fast nearing completion and  will present a very pleasing appearance.   The work of protecting the  townsite from the ravages  wrought by the Necleetsconnay  river is nearing completion.   '  Foreman Keough and his gang  are hard.at .work, and what appears .to be a substantially constructed piece of crib-Work, will  ....... l j  probably be finished by the end  of next week.  The Hendricks brothers have The Qcean Falls Co's power  left town for a hunt at the head launch "Pulp" arrived, in .port on  of South Bentick arm. Their Sunday la'st, with about twenty  efforts on this occasion will un- men, who left' on the "Venture"  doubtedly embrace some novel j for Vancouver. .  features, as they are gdng to try! . ."'.'. ...'y~~~~-���������~~  to fill ������������������ an order for eight live I The logging camps are still  mountain goats.    Their return to; operating, but will doubtless close  fortable night, and is considerably better today.  Bella Coola is expected to rival  the annual visit of Santa Claus  and his reindeer. When last seen  Charlie and Jesse had not decided  whether to lead, 'drive-or ride the  goats, but in any case we wish  them joy. ���������  The goats are required,by Dr.  Cecil French, of Washington, D.  C, who also requires two adult  mountain sheep and a specimen  of the inland white bear, to be  found on Gribble and Princess  Royal Islands. The price offered  is $150 per head alive.  Anyone interested in the above  and wishing to undertake the  capture of any.or all of thtse  animals, can obtain informalion  by applying to Mr. J. Macfarlane  of this town, who is acting for  Dr. French in the matter.  We would mention that a splendid specimen of the- white bear  referred to, was lately killed at .  the head of Cascade Inlet, which ^he pouU-  is within easy difcUmce cf Bella  Coola.  down for the winter very soon.  A special meeting of the Bella  Coola Conservative Association  will be held at 7:30 p. m., on  Saturday, 9 th November, in the  restaurant building lately occupied by Miss Fosback.  All members are urgently requested to attend.  Messrs .Stihson and Connors,  not Content with their endeavors  on Hallow-e'en, craved still more  excitement; under the guidance  of Mr. Ed. Wheeler, they sallied  forth, presenting a most warlike  appearance and prepared to do or  dk:. ��������� One did and the other nearly  died, however, they succeeded in  bringing home a find specimen of  mountain goat (not alive). They  were only out of tow n a few hours.  Not a word about the klu-r 'S'  it's crooked anyway, do you see  "A View of Bella Coola's Hinterland."  Mr, Walter Radcliffe, who has  a fine ranch on the Stillwater,  i some 75 miles from Bella Coola,  j is in town laying in supplies for  ��������� ihe winter, which, he intends to  j spend trapping and hunting in  the neighborhood of his ranch.  The leading men of today will  cell you they atcnbuie thtir  success to Selling'���������  High-Standard Goods  :-:    ai Fair Prices    :-:  both of-these you will find at  B. BRYNILDSEN  6t CO.  EJELLA  COOLA.   B. C. eq- ���������;  1  T3W3T55KW3  EQ^pn  ror=Eioa=  nl ���������HJU'UI.UUU.WLl JiU*-JKI  r  3  BELLA,COOLA  COURIER,-  Saturday, November 9, /Q|   -j������  The Gourieit  Published Weekly at Bella Coolaby  tub Bella CoolaPoblishing ^o. JJixfl  t  j   j*   *C<  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  ���������"'���������-.:.    " ���������, - Canada  ,4 Year ..K....v'.^ $1^0  6 M&ntlw .: \ -..''-. ��������� *��������� -���������*��������� -'���������'������ ������-7S  ���������3fMontIi������'. :-.%*??& '��������� ���������  0.S0  > H ' ' ' United State*  .l(f<ear ,��������������������������������������������� * ! -?������  >,C\. '1 United Kingdom  .Weir  $2.00  1?'Subscriptions payable in advance.  i i  "f(  'a: ,  t  w j* i  J; Subscribers, not receiving, then- copy  ' 'jfegttlaily please notify the management  ".'Stance.   Changes' in address should be  sent in as soon as possible. ������������������  3e������or Advertising Rates', Apply'at  ������������������������i,..> , Office.'  ' 3$} COEHESPOMDENTf)���������No letters will be published  ' tin di������ Courier except oj er the writer's signature,.  s> 7The Editor reserves the,i;H;ht tojrefuse pubJH  ' "cabon of-auy letter.1-* Al! manusuin'at writer s,  * ^'f���������**   ''*   ;"���������'  ''.' ' '     '     "'"       '     S'  yfancdt^r/OfliceV - 309 Empfte>Bui!ding  SATURDAY, NOV. 9,, 1912:  .rt^  &  I  :. ;f::/f2-iin%; #e$ strength  . ','  , 'I Theiannuar exhibition of- farm  " -  j������ ;< produce"has "taken 'place and our  *  '' r farmers 'have- once.-more 'demon-  'l' '"'- gtrated'the'faci that Bella Coola  " ' >'. can .produce ifruit and vegetables  -"    '*������ercond tohbne"in British Cohim-'  ,'-^'"'Ha;aaregards:both quantityWd  - r      ���������������. j-.       , '    v ' , i  Pf ���������.     tquality..;,'... '.      ,-.   . .v  - .-. >  >*'.-'.(.; Triis^s'Vellvas, tar'as-it go'es;  ^" ''v-  -  '' '" 'But before our fanners can expect  _������*,. vt*4.. _<;-. ^, ftbi'c6nid.inf������,/theirownr they must  '^^rst%'bej-,prpyidepl-"vvith' better  '?-*facili ties for the, placing of "their  r,c products oh the best markets.  v We have heard sevefa,r ardent  -" i>leas for cooperation, among the  ' ^tinner y a' thing we, deem as  '   .muelu'e?iK/;i'lisl ss deairuble, es-  ' vife'ciaily ,so as there is nol, the  ^slightest danger of over-stocking  '"������the mty:k'et, a danger which if  :  okistunt"-might be made an ex-  ^cuse iorthe present spirit which-  seems to be "livery man for him-  1   i^lf and th't$ devil take the hind-  *    5 *    ' ^  .    '- This is a poor spirit,- and'i? ab-  solutely contrary to the "best interests of the farmers:  " 1'he ^Courier" -does not wish  to dictate to the fanners regard-  . fjhg-the conducting of their own  -.business, .but the fact is apparent  tihat thoy themselves are-dissatis-  .- fled with existing conditions, and  our only desire is to suggest a  remedy,   and   that   remedy   is  co-operution.  There was a time when the  t   farmers   of   Cowichan   district  were without a market,  /time there was no co-operation  ,   among them, but we find today  that they own their own cream  0>������art>fiM������<0>  TAKING SIDES  Jnlunbiased mind'is:one of the hardest qualities to find in mankind  pi wiiii ii ii i ii fill irmn it trmrr'f        ^������.J���������������������������������������������*���������������������������������rt<wwwt^���������������Q,JiiuM o^mpo^wkw  ' / "  how wrong'or how justified her  action'might have been.    y\ '  ^It is the same with the^ other  The Balkan war is as yet begun  but already most of us have long  since taken sides: Our partisan-  Ship riiay not be of a very violent  character,..but still there are, few  of us who can honestly lay claini  to a perfectly-open mind in the  matter.   -   '  '" An bpe'nj1 unbiased mind is ?al-  ways one of the'hardest qualities  to find in the human race';'man's  minJUs jstill too 'deeply imbued  with thebld'aninfal spirit of fights  ing;: instinct .to ^keept outeide-^a  quarrel or a-contest. , He'must  be in "it* somehow, f/ghting 'for  one' side or the other, howeyer  mildly; and- the mildest form of  fighting,- although by no means  the least effective, takes thetbrrn  ,   r      ' -      <      J  4>f sympathy. * ' '' *^% J /  Why we take the side that we  'do in a~contest'to which.we might  logically be expected to maintain  a complete indifference, it is often ,  hard to trace, and wnen at last"  ������. .. . <��������� ii ���������,-. <  we\dO' trace the- reason to "its  source we often find -'that our  sympathies haVe'be^n -swayed by-  the' mos^t insignificant'-of inci^  dentsV-.one- that;has mb true .bearing-on tHeK matter at'alfc ;~Offen  it is a������ Igriyial matter pf-personal-  ,"    /���������^''������'   "    *      ' *   *  ta.ste,j"but/most often-we find a  latent svmpathy with the weaker  ���������' -. *   ", - -'- - ���������? -.     r >i./^     ���������  "naifty-is respdrisible'for our advo-  cacy'of'his cause.", It is so very  human to-want tb see the dwarf  beat" the giant; ncT matter how  deserving of thrashing the dwarf  i  may be.. Human-nature has any  amount of sympathy for the .weak  and little for the strong, a strange  kink of, nature,,, v/hpse laws make"  for-the survival of the strong at  at the expense^ pf the weak,    ,  But it is this curious trait in the  human character that leads the  majority of us to side with .the  Balkan States in their war against  5    1 v  Turkey. It' was a fine human  move on the part of Montenegro  to begin hostilities. Tho whole  world regards the little mountain kingdom as \ plucky little  dwarf. She was sure of sympathy on that .count, no .matter  Balkan nations;. they are ,little,  Turkey is big, so the world adopts  that familiar cry of the streets,  "Go it, little 'un." , Had modern  history held up Turkey to the  popular view as a weak and ihi-  potant nation* while describing  the Balkan Alliance as'a powerful,  'combination of autocratic states/  the" question of creed would have  counted;,for;:littlean the public  mini'and'the public sympathy  would have gone otit to thelnfidel  roce in its tussle against thfevlong  odds of four-nations to one; ��������� -  '- As "it is', ,'we addf the bias of  creed to'the ^favor of akapparent-  ly weaker side. . The little nations  are^christians", we say;- the-.'Turk  is an,infidel. "Condemning the  Turk's creed that bids' him seek  converts at the point of the sword,  we feel ^n,o'cbrnpuction b^ wishing  the Christian, success, in his argument of the.sword with bis^Mos-  ie'm-rieighbof. 'VYetthe Christian  is,actuatedbyno*religious fervor  when ^he goes to. war; he .even  violates one of the "greatest ten*  ets of-his faith andr.the teachings  of "his .Founder, the .Prince' of  Peace.,..''"..- ��������� ������������������ * ' *  There, is - nos "Cristianity in killing Mussulmans. It is left to the  Mohammedan faith to teach the  gbspei'of slaughter. T-hat the  Turk has proved himself a murderer, of Christians doe.s not  justify the murder of a, Turk.  Iniquitous and atrocious as the  Ottoman rule, of Christian subjects in' Europe has proved, it  cannot justify the ��������� Christian  church in preaching or allowing  a Holy War. If it is to. be. true;  to its faith it has but one course  open, and that"' to ,use all its  strength to end the war; A  church that preaches sympathy  with a war on the grounds that  a Christian people is fighting a  nation of a different creed is  preaching less the teaching of  Christ than that of'Mohammed,  A Summer*Hrt^e  Northern Interior of  British Columbia *s  -rr  a  By Miss fentiie felayney.  ,JOBC������������a������1>  eration the man with the few  dozen could not take advantage  At that! 61 the same market, as the freight  charges \vould be' prohibitive on  so small a consignment.   There  appears to be no reason why the  ery, whererthey can dispose of Bella Coola farmers should not j approach the Union  Steamship  their   dairy  produce,  including organize and  bring their com-i Co.,   and bbtain a satisfactory  Bella ^ Coola can produce, but  owirig to the lack of % direct  steam boat service it has practically been impossible to take advantage of that market. - *  Now if we had a strong com-  jbination of farmers,^they* might  II-  eggs, at top prices, less perhaps. bined influence and energies to  6 per cent, for handling. The bear in certain quarters to their  result is the small farmer can get own advantage,  the same price for his few doz-' x For instance, there is the city  eri eggs as the big farmer for his of Prince Rupert affording an  hjandied dozen.   Without co-opr "rarnple and ready market for all  freight service between this place  and Prince Rupert.  Farmers, get together. Show  that -you mean business and you  will get satisfaction, if not from  one source, then perhaps from  another.        ..  ' If- you want to spend a>,summer  pleasantly, .enjoy living ;-ctose "to"  'nature- "and prefer\ horse-back  travelling to the1 more ^modern  and'rapid means of conveyance,  take a trip to the Northern Inter  rior of our vast province, v .y >  r. On a glorious morning last May/  '-> v   ,    ,,"11, v -      '    - 'i i  the writer left Bella^ Coola With  the* intention ^^spehdiTig-Jtisl-  'such* a * summed 1' m /'short ,de-  scription/bf the:trip anid'the in:  tefior country might he cf.'general  interest.   *      j .. \*    Sn .    -  r From Bella Coola to- Prince Ru-  pert no description' is,-necessary,  as the journey is.' Such as we  have all taken along the ;Coasti������  ������ '  ��������� -    - ������- '      ,- v ���������  ^Upbn our arrival iri^Prince Ru  .pert we w-���������5 greeted with,; and  experienced, nothing but rain for  the four days of our visit",,'on the  last day- we were treated ,to,a  hailstorm, whicHT we  here*in  . i������.- i' *   ���������". '  Bella 'Coola.'seldom if-,ever, ek-s  periericed. * \I ', ���������-' \  Between sixtf and seventy  passengers boarded the first train  from Rupert running'inland, as  far as^Vari Arsdolj;a'distance bf  one'hundred and one miles. Hire  the" river steamer * 'Inlander'' "was  awaiting the arrival-of the train.  * i *  We boarded the "boat that even-  ing, but were three ,days. complete  ing our journey up the river. It  is slow travelling, but with a congenial crowd on jboard, .good  weather, and the wild and vary--  ing scenery along, the Skeena,  the tirne passed all too quickly.  A number-of most interesting  places are to be seen along this  river; the passage through Kitse-  l'as canyon, where > "number of  boats haye been lost,  provides  ���������.��������� > - ,       . -" -  considerable   excitement.     We  i  reached this place about'noon the  second day, the boat landed below the canyon, where the passengers are generally .requested to  get off andr walk. about three  quarter* of a mile, boarding the  boat again above the^canyon, but  this ^eing the last trip,to be  made we were given our choice,  either toremain on board or walk.  All Mt six very, wealthy but  timorous men, decided to stay  with the boat. The six "million-  aires" preferred walking, doubtless thinking that life (or their,  millions) was too, sweet to risk  losing in the Skeena river. We  passed through the canyon safely, ,with' nothing more serious  happening than the guard rails  being torn off. If any of the  passengers were at all nervous,  they did not admit it, but when  '���������'���������''.'       ������������������' '��������� 'T'k , : (   ,���������;'���������''"'���������������������������/  the six;" that hadl -walked were  ��������� 1 "    i y', .flr *   - * '  Are You Interested  In Watches and  HlGH-GRADE      We������ethelarges(  '       "manufacturers of  - Tr\Y/iriVirvO sterling .silver.  J III W tLLt\ 1/ T    WARE ;in Canada.  Then write for our IIIuBtrated Catalog  which will be aeut free to your addre������������  IF YOU HAVE TO BUY A  WEDDING PHESEWT'THIS FALL  -,   CONSULT OUR CATALOG  r    '     S   f s i  We carry all lines of quality Silver-  plate Tableware and Cutlery as  well as Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cat Glass.  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  > >   yancouver, B. C.  GEORGE E. TROREY  Managing Director '  again on board, they of course,  were'heartily laughed at, but one  of .them' politely told us, that he  would prefer bfein&a"live,coward  to a dead herd, an'y day."  'Another interestihg plafee is the  "Holy1 City-" an tydian settlement  of a very '^religious character.  A'man is strictly forbidden'to  Vmcke here; neither is a boat  aljowed to la'rid on Sundays. ,  The .following morning w������ ar-  rived' in -Hazelton, it is a busy  .little place, but most of the people  here are transients, outfitting for  the interior.'   :      ^ v  From here Inland for some  hundred and seventy miles, the  trip-was made by horse-back, al-  though automobiles are now runn  ing between Hazelton and Telbi  a distance of fifty-six miles.  The" roads through the BuiH-'  and. Pleasant valleys sue in good  condition, and'^road-housea ������m \  twelve or fifteen miles supply������  meals'aiid lodging for travellen.  /^Attercvieavirig Telkwa, hoki  and"all such conveniences are lei  behind, and unless one stops \  some1 ranch ,for the^night, tk  must' either 'piich their tent i  sleep beneath the star-lit canop  ^        ' >  Untihone has'made a jourt  of this kind they cannot reals'    .  the enjoyment there is to be c    yj  tained from it, although I dots Iff"  if the pioneers, of the count* 5?  would agree with me when I c.  it enjoyment  (To ht concluded in our ntxt luut.)  JOHN A. PAULSNE-De-^r!������!  GENERAL MERCHANDISE [  Raw Furs .Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied    *  Gasoline Launches for Sale or Charter r  BELLA BELLAr- B?Cf    - ^  WE ABC RIGHT TO THS FRO^T WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SERVICE, RIGHT PRICES  The Clarke-Stuart Co., Ltd,  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systenls  TRANSITS, LEVELS, CHAINS, &c and  everything for the Surveyor and Architect   -  Instruments Repaired by onr Experts     We Blua Print for Yob -  For fmntftd'ata ahlpmen* -SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMKMT  DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES AND HYLOPLATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICES   AND   SAMPLES- ON   BEQUEST  -ft**  <������$&t  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.0, LTD,  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.  j     n , li i ��������� " i   ���������       ���������.... i.   i  REGULAR FREIGHT' AND PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  SQ 'VFNTIIR!^ Leases Vancouver every Thursday at 11 p  ��������� ������" Y E,n * Ul^: Leaves Bella Coola Swiday morning  ii  i  1 >  Wit  jn*  S. S. ''Oapilano^ or S. S. "Coquitlam" also call with  Gasoline and Explosives by special arrangement.  For rates of Freights, Fares and other Information, apply*0  Head Office, Carrall St., Vancouver ; or" John Barnsley.  1003 Government St., Victoria. AtJ
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Saturday, November 9," 19s 2
BELLA COOLA COURIER
ED
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Land Notices
V ANOO U V Elt LAN D DISTRICT
^.VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT
I' District of Coast���Range 3.
Take'' Notice that Augustine Marie
Ijeklerston, of Bella Coola, B, C.. inar-
D1STRICT OF COAST--RANGE 3.
Take Noticjs that James Pearson
.v right, of Vancouver, 13. C, occupation
wS'4��C intends Loapply for permission to
puichase the following deacribed land;
Commencing at a post, planted about
four miles distant and in a southwesterly   direction  from  the  western
=T?
-  ""-���������IT "'-    ��� ������ ��� ���'~��r.-. ���f'vi'rrnirw I'lmniMiiMiniii
COAST LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.
Take Notice that Gertrude H. Coke-
ley of Duncan, B. C, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
j quarter post on the west aide of section
j twenty-six, Township six, Range III,
. *    ,    ��� ,    * extremity   of   Kwalcho   Lake,   ^^\i^t3r^^^.^^^t^^^
ed woman, intends to apply for per- j South 40 chains, thence West 40 chains,   J��gi' SnSasttwentv cSihs SE
ission.to purchase the xollowing de- thence North 40 chains, thence E��t.46 ffll^dfiSJffl&^'SSg
iliiy Silver-
Cutlery as
'&, Brass
lass.
cn*>ed lands: i chains to point oi* commencement, com-
Comniencing at a post planted about prising 160 acres.
J00 feet in a north-easterly direction JAMES PEARSON WRIGHT
B'fr'om the Indian salmon house situated Dute 25th August, im.
fabout 20 miles'ip the Atnarko river,
���thence West 40 chains, thence South 20
|ehauTS,��thence ISast 40 chains, thence
?Nortli 20 chains lo point of coramence-
|ment, containing 80 acres, more or les3.
iUGpSTINE MARIE HICKLENTON
Ibate.'Gotober- 19th./1312.
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
m
landTelbi?
< miles,
the Buljft
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IfeANbpUVER LAND DISTRICT
'^District of, Coast���Rarige 3.
'. Take Notice,that I, John A. Conkey,
of VandouX'ej;,'Occupation broker, intend
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
��� , Commdficing at a post planted about
\ i,l74.rni.les in a southerly direction from'
".'the junction of' the Atnarko River and
the East Fork, oh the eastern shore and
near the ,head of a .small "lake, thence
,We��tf40 chains, thence South 80 chains,
- thence East. 40 chains, thence North 80
diainX to point of commencement.
;.   ', ' JOHN A. CONKEY.
Date, 26th October, 1312.
DISTRICT OF CO/ ST- 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 po: t 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, i hence East 40
chains* to point of commencement, comprising 160 acres.
PETER CARL MESSICKv
Dutc25th Auiruat, W12.                         .      /.';.'���'���
~ ������ 7 'r~f~
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
chains to point of commencement and
containing forty acres, more or less.
GERTRUDE H. COKELEY.
Dated ,.�� . :v
August ��6,1912.
Re LKROY S. COKELEY.
'."' 7 -..''.'��� Agent
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT.
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ESTABLISHED   1864
niles Ripply)
3r traveller p
lkwa, hot*1$
mces are leK
one stops if
"night, tk|
heir tent��!
ir-ht cano^'
le a jourt;,
anriot reals
b is to be
augh I dou!
the countr]
3 when I (
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Xr%yP
|,yANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
)$��  : pistrict of Coast���������Range 3.
* Take Notice that I, Hubert. Gt Hal-
ler, o�� Victoria, occupation }3roker, intend ' t6 applyfor permission to purchase
��� the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
. .180 chains soulh of Lonesome Lake to
the east of the Atnarko River, thence
West 40 chains.; thence S'.<uih SO chains,
thence'East 40 chains, thence North 80"
chains, to point of commencement.
'   ��� "���      .,     HUBERT G. HALLER.   ���
Date, 2Sth October, 1012.
idler In
piled
Charter
ii
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NticesStM
|:VANdOU VER LAND DISTRICT
-  District of Coast���Range 3.
,,TAKE Notige that I,. George Young,
of Bella Coola, occupation rancher, intend to.apply ior permission to purchase
the following described lands:   ���
' Commencing at a post planted about
-20 chains in a northerly direction from
f\Edvvaxds  pre-emotion on the'���eastern
; shore and near the head of Lonesome
i-.Lake? thence  East 20  chains,  thence
' North 80 chains, thence West 20 chains,
thence along lake shore in a southerly
i direction to point of commencement.
F-v'-   - " ' ' " ������     '.GEORGE YO'UNG.
'Date, Mth October, 1912.	
|*. VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT
District of Coast���Range 3.
Take NOTICE that I, Kenneth F. Mc
LBtinan, of Vancouver, occupation rnir.er,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post, planted about
80 chains in a southerly direction from
Edwatds pre-emption to the east of A1>
narko River, thence West 40 chains,'
thence South SO chains, thence East 40
chains, thence North 80 chains to point
Of commencement.   "���
KENNETH F. McLENNAN,
Datfc. 2Cth October, W12.
DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.
TajCe-Notice that Annie K. Davies,
of Appleton, England, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission- to purchase the folic wing described land: ���
Commencing at a post planted at the
North-We3t corner of the South half ol
the North-West quarter of the East half
of the South-West quarter of Section
13, Township 8. -"-"&
ANNIE KENYON DAVIES.
Date. 17th Aufpist, 1U12.
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:   '. ';y .���.''.-.'���' ^,7 .   :-'y ->��� "��� ��� jj
Commencing at a post planted about
forty chains West from the South West
corner of Lot 16 North Bentinck Arm,
thence -North twenty chains, thence
West forty chains, thence South twenty
chains, more or lees, to -shore, thence
Easterly forty chains/ along" shore to
point of commencement ana containing
eighty acres, more or less.
WILLIAM SUTHERLAND.
Date 31st Autrust, 1912
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Dry Goods      Boots and Shoes
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT ,0F COAST���RANGE IIL
Take Notice that Annie Stockdale,
of South Gosforth, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the followingdescribed land:
Coirimencingatapoatplanlea 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 point Of commencement, containing 40 acres, more yr less.
ANNIE STOCKDALE. -
Dated
September lat, 1912.
ARTHUR F,
GOTHARD.
Agent.
Bella Coola Land'District.
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d
��    VANCOUVERLAND;DISTRICT
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lUI^MKMT
���   DISTRICT OP COAST���RANGE 3.
Take Notice that George Henry
Burt, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
logger, intends' to apply for permission
toTpurchase the following described land:
Commencing: at a post planted about
two miles distant and in a south-westerly direction from the western extremity
of Kwalcho Lake,thence South 40 chains,
thence West 80 chains, thence North 40
chains, thence East 80 chains to point of
commencement, comprising 320 acres.
, GEORGE HENRY BURT.
Date 25lhA\isruiti'litl2."-   7 "
DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.
Take Notice that I, Arthur F. Goth-
ard, of Belia 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 AugU3t;30tb, 1912.       '
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:' ������.-V
���'���'. Commencing at a'post planted at the
South-East comet of xiot Sl^andniarked
thev North-East -cornST, thence Soiitli
along line of 617, 40'chaihs, thence West
31.14 chains to bank of River, thence
North-East along bank of River to point,
of beginning, containing seventy aores,
more or less. *
, PEARL ALMINA MACFARLANET
Date 7th Aujrunt, 1912   .
Gr
ocenes
:ardvirare ,���;
& General Merc
:handi
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VANCOUVER LAND
,   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF COAST���RANGE HI.
Tare Notice that I, Frank Robinson
of Duncans, B. C, occupation" rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commenting at a post planted at the
Nor'th-Eaet corner of Section twenty-
one, Township six, thence South twenty
chains, thence West twenty chains,
thence North twenty chains, thence
East twenty chains to point of commencement, containing forty acres,
more or less.  '      ' ���'"
FRANK ROBINSON.
Dat^, September 17tb. 1912.
FURS   BOUGHT  AND   SOLD
Surveyors*, Loggers9 and Pack-train
Supplies -a Speciality
SwSSHKa^id
BUSINESS CARDS
W. MEYERSTEIN
British Columbia Land Sranreyar
VICTORIA. B. C,
-P.O. BOX 1579 ��
ilkFirst-class Watch Repairs
done at reasonable prices.
All work guaranteed and postal
charges paid. Address all work to
P. G.NQOT, 942 View Street
V VICTORIA, B. C.
VANCOUVER LAND
.DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF COAST-t-RAN^E: III.
Take Notice that I, Ernest Henry
Gothard,  of Barnsley, England, occu-
"^
ACKAY
��� LTD.,
pation gentleman, intend to apply foe
permission  to purchase the foil
described land:
Situate between Lot 127 and Timber
Lease 44219 and the West bank of Necleetsconnay River West of Lot 127
being an Island.
ERNEST HENRY GOTHARD.
Dated Sept. l]1 '1912.        A. F., GOTHARD, Agent
VANCOUVERLAND
DISTRICT
B.NORTOmTc^^.
WILL REMAIN IN HAGENSBORG FOR NEXT TWO WEEKS
ARTISTIC   WORK    ,\    7.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
ALL    KINDS    OF    INTERIOR    AND    INTERIOR    PHOTOS
These  Desiring  Work  Done  Please   Call   Without Delay
.DISTRICT OF COAST���RANQE III..
TAKE NOTICE that John G. Massey
of London, England, occupation gentleman, intends to apply fox 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 4Q chains, thence West 20
chainB to point of commencement, con^
taining 80 acres, more or less.
JOHN G. MASSEY.
Dated R FILUP JACOBSEN
eifs
Manufacturers   of
Tents,  Hand
litigs an
ry 'ckk��
Shirts,   Tweed   Pants,   Overalls,
Krtit Sweater Goods and
The Famous "Grille @f the" W��
OVERALLS  Afm  I
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SOLD    BY    ALL    FIRST- CLASS     MERCHANTS
J
Septombtr 21st, 1912.
. Ascnt
VANCOUVER LANDDISTRICT
DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.
Take Notice that Alfred Minsos, of
New Westminster, B. &, occupation^
broker, intends *o.. 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. &,
thence South 60 chainB, thence West.SQ
chains, more or less, to the Noeek Hirer,
thence North arid Ndrth-Eatft along
South shore of Noeek River, 65 chain*,
more or less, to point of comm*nc���<-
ment, containing about 180 *creB,' more
or less. ���
ALFRED MINSOS.
Dated Sept. 23,1912. B. FILLIP JACOBSEN.
���^      ,..���;.   ... "-.-AsMit.
Bella (Joola Xand District.
DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.
���
Take Notice that Warner Gothard,
of Cullers 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
August nth. 1912.
Agent.
B. FILLIP JACGBSEM
Agent for and Qvmer of
farm; tk&er laxds and water pswer
������-:.. Di.raUA COOLA'AHD. TiClittiy-
TEN ACRE FAR9S ASPECIALITY
*[ 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 provinde. , All information strictly guaranteed.
:       B. FILLIP JACOBSEN. Bella Coola, B. G
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WK CtARRV COJWPUSTE UMES OF THE ?OLLOWiNG AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:
GROCERIES TENTS
DRY   GOODS CAMPERS   SUPPLIES
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