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 ?&V!B8lfete*lmr  V  ELLA COOLA IS ONE OF THE  OST PICTURESQUE SPOTS  5N  THE  PACIFIC  COAST  WEATHER   REPORT  "Compiled  by Mr. C. H. Urseth; of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Average Temperature for the latter part  !7  of September, maximum, 68; minimum, 89.  Total rainfall for September, 0.85.  ' >���������     .    ''yvjir, .. ~ "  ���������.'  k������fe   BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1912.  $1.00 a Year  den's Naval  Policy Described  ans Repeal of Laurier  It Says, and Emergency Contribution. ,  ^The Devoir publishes.a special  'HJpjjespatch from Ottawa declaring  dkWmht it is,learned from the best  v^Mibssible sources that the naval  policy of the Government amounts  this:  'The repeal of   the  Laurier  Hyal Act; the return to England  the Niobe and Rainbow; an  Urgency contribution of twenty  'fflBS thirty million dollars without  ffpfappeal to the people; a declara-  *n  M  English Company  Awarded Contract  For Heavy Shells  British Firm Underbids  United States Firms  Immense Body  of Hematite on  Chilcotin River  Towns Deserted  At News-ot  t^^tlqn that the permanent policy  '"'iW','"'wili be preceded by the consult-  Jng of the people, and that any  permanent contribution must be  ' ^^conditional .upon representation  '^^nfthe councils of the Empire."  '<vj$j|8frhe first proposition, the de-  ������*$B$atch*'says, is designed to pacify  , - VUtKe most -determined opponents  ': "k^of the Laurier Naval Act, the  ;'l<:' '^second to satisfy the jingoes, the  ���������, 'lif^third to console the Imperialists,  ,'",   "vsdio favor the contribution but  ,   '     without effective representation.  *--**  .���������jt would give the jingoes the  r ^kconsolation of thinking that, the  ,*S      % .���������.''���������.'.'���������'������������������������������������  ^'|^ ^precedent having been made,  SS^rthey could: always by inventing  mf? ;new   emergencies, . secure  new  feH\icontributions without represen-  MfMljktion   and: without   consulting  ������lkthe people. k   "k--  fifefV , ������������������    ���������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� k, :      ���������;  ������������ INTEREST TO  BELLA COOU  Hundreds of Thousand Dollars Less  ,   Than Other Competitors���������Bid  ^Accepted.  - A"< contract for part of the  armour-piercing1 shells for the  United States navy on which the  Hatfield steel company, of England, recently underbid all Ameri-  can competitors by nearly$100,000  on less than a $1,000;000 contract,  for two thousand fourteen-rinch  shells, and by about $300,000 on  a contract of about5 $1,000,000,  for 2,500 twelve-inch shells, will  be awarded to the English concern, it was^announced today by  Acting-Secretary Winthorp.  Details of Contract  The Hatfield company, offered  to make the twelve-inch shells at  $178 a piece, and the fourteen-  inch shells at $358 each, whereas  their nearest competitor, the  Washington Steel and Ordance  company, offered the former at  $277 each,.and the latter at $490.  Other high bidders were the  Crucible Steel company, Pittsburg, the Bethlehem Steel company,' Bethlehem, Pa., and the  Midvale Steel company, Philadelphia.  Bella Coola and Vancouver  Share Credit of Find  What promises to be the largest  deposit of Hematite iron ore- that  has ,yet'' been discovered, and  possibly one of the largest in  North America, has been located  by Messrs Wm. McNair and Pete  Kenyon, of Vancouver and Bella  Coola respectively. According  to their calculations there are at  least 30,000,000 tons of Hematite  ore in sight.  This vast deposit occupies a  most favorable position and can  be transported to tidewater at  Bella Coola, over very easy and  favorable grades.  Big Gold Find  Hundreds are on Way to  Find Near Kitsumkalum,  B. C, and Excitement  Is Intense  DUKE ENJOYED  Parliament May Not  Meet Until January  Free milling gold, said to assay  thousands of dollars to the ton,  was discovered by two prospectors, McLaren and Bel way,  twenty-six miles from Kitsumkalum, at Maroon Point. The  towns of Kitsumkalum and  Terrace are deserted. Fifty  claims have already been staked,  and, according to reports received  here, hundreds of frantic- prospectors, storekeepers, lawyers,  doctors and miners are on their  way to the find.  INSPECTION OF  PRE-EMPTIONS  The Government has decided to  inaugrate a strict enforcement of  the provisions of the Land Act  Aftersa meeting of the Cabinet  Council recently held it was stated  that the date for the assembling  of parliament had, riot yet been  fixed. The delay in the announcement has led to the revival of the  report that the House will not  meet until January. The report ter of Lands,  that Hon. F. D. Monk will resign  before the House rneets has been  revived. The report naturally is  connected with the consideration  of the naval question.    It being  concerning ^occupancy and improvements] jof pre-emptions. A  number of pre-emption inspectors are being appointed who will'  inspect the pre-emption claims  throughout the Province and report to the department" of Minis-  minister of public works desires  to have the proposal to grant an  emergency; contribution   to the  fSettlement of Indian  Lands Issue  k  l <\ It is understood that a settle-  '/ment o������ the Indian reserve ques-  . tion in British Columbia, involving  kJ������e matter of reversionary rights  ' ^ajui other issues/ has been reached  by the,Provincial and Dominion  governments,    lhe negotiations  have been in progress for nearly  three months and to make the  settlement effective all that remains to be done is to secure the  -formal approval of the arrange-  "Jaent by the Ottawa government.  ���������E. ���������  '���������I  ireless at Alert Bay  About the middle of December  it is expected that the new wireless station at Alert Bay will be  in operation. The site for the  station has been cleared and now  .work is being rushed' on the  erection' of the operator's dwelling. By the middle of November  the buildings will be completed  and then the high mast will be  set in position and the instruments installed.  WESTERN TRIP  Letter to Lieutenant-Governor Closing  Event of the Royal Tour Through  British Columbia.  exchequer to be submitted to the  -asserted in some quarters that the t people.  Upon leaving the boundaries of  the Province of British Columbia. His Royal Highness the  Duke of Connanght wrote to His  Honor the Lieutenant-Governor,  expressing his thanks for the  kindly welcome given himself  and the Duchess by the people of  British Columbia.* The letter,  which was received by the Hon.  T. W. Patterson, was as follows:  "My dear Lieutenant-Governor���������On leaving British Columbia  I write to you to say what great  pleasure my journey through the  Province has given me, and how  highly appreciative the Duchess  and I have! been of the reception  we met with everywhere, and of  the trouble which has been taken  to decorate the houses and towns  wherever we have been.  "Should you think fit to do so,  I hope you will take steps to  make this letter public. Believe  me, yours very truly,  (Signed) Arthur."  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  Mackenzie School Re-Opens.  The Mackenzie school, situated  on ���������the Bella Coola Townsite, was  re-opened on Monday last. Some  difficulty had been experienced in  obtaining a teacher to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation  of Mr. Guy Mackenzie, who returned to his home in the East  at the close of last term, in order  to continue his studies for the  Church.  The trustees have, ; however,  been extremely fortunate in securing the services of Miss Ethel  Carlisle, of Vancouver, whom it  is hoped Will long remain in  charge of the Mackenzie school,  as the altogether too constant  change of teachers has a distinctly retarding effect'on the pupils.  Mr. Ernest Carlson, who has  lately joined the noble army of  benedicts, returned to Bella Coola  in company with his bride, by the  last Venture.   Mr. and Mrs. Carl  sen have taken up their residence  at Hagansborg.  Health, Wealth and Prosperity  for them both, is the wish of the  Courier. ���������    Among the passengers arriving  by the S. S. Venture, last Sunday, was Dr. Inman, Eye Specialist, of Vancouver and Prince  Rupert, who is putting in the  week between Bella Coola and  Hagensborg.  The price of Bella Coola real  estate is still on the up-grade. If  you doubt it, ask Capt. Parks of  the S. S. "Venture," or his genial purser.  Mr. Wm. Sutherland has, left  on the power yacht "Chaos" for  a hunt in the neighborhood of  Kwatna.  The residence constructed by  the Dominion Government for  the use of Mr: Iver Fougfier,  Indian Agent for this district, is  now completed and presents a  most pleasing appearance.  The building, which is of the  ���������������������������.;,������������������"������������������.������������������������������������'��������� ,/r7- ..-  bungalow style, is 32 feet by 39  feet, with verandah extending  along the south side and under  main roof. The ground floor contains living and dining rooms  14 x, 15 and 14 x 16 feet respectively, having panelled ceilings  and cedar wainscoting stained  antique oak, the former having  an open fire place. Off the dining  room is a spacious pantry, which  has through connection with the  kitchen, 14 x 14 feet, and through  this back to the main hall. A  snug " den" is also provided,  tastefully wainscoted with cedar  up to ,6 feet and above panelled  with beayer board, connecting  from this room by a passage is  an office, 14.x 14 feet, where the  agent can cony eni ently transact  his business.      ���������������������������."������������������  On the first floor is found three  good bedrooms, c e d a r 1 i n e d,  ample store closets .and cupboards, and commodious bath  room, the sanitary fittings being  of the most approved type.  The building is heated throughout by hot-air system, the. furnace for same being placed in  the basement, where is also found  a useful laundry equipped with  clothes-chute and all other necessary appurtanees.  The whole building is? finished  with a thoroughness characteristic of Dominion Government  buildings, and reflects the greatest credit on the contractor, Mr.  G. Miller, of Vancouver, who resided among us while superintending the construction.  For the benefit of readers who  have horses that they wish to  have wintered in the interior, we  wish to state that Mr. John Cress-  well intends leaving for the Mc  Clinchy ranch, Tatla Lake,''about  the 5th of next month, and will  be prepared to take.along all  horses at a charge of $5 per head  for delivery at Tatla Lake.  Messrs A, Gothard and R. A.  Teebay, jeft town on Thursday  last for a few weeks trip into the  Salmon River country, where  they will combine business wii h'  pleasure, in the, hope of some  good fishing and hunting.  Mesdames Clayton and Mac-  farlane, and Messrs J. Macf arlane  W. Sutherland and Davenport  Clayton have returned from the  interior, where they spent a most  enjoyable time.  This year's potato crop is a  record one in size and quality.  The warehouse on the wharf is  now full awaiting shipment to  Ocean Falls by S. S. Dunsmuir.  Mr. Ray Anderson, of Victoria,  has purchased a town lot opposite  the "Courier" office, and intends  building a plaee of business in the  near future. The sale was made  by the Bella Coola Realty Co.,  who are making arrangements  for the clearing of the ground.  A'meeting of the Lower .Bella  Conservative Association .was held  in the Mackenzie schoolhouse on  Saturday last, ,and^was~welk-at-'  tei ded. The principal business  of the meeting was the election  of a new president, to fill the  vacancy caused by the resignation of the former one. yBy a  unanimous vote of the members  present, Mr. D. Grant was chosen  to fill the post. Two vacancies  on the Executive Committee, were  then filled, Messrs T. Draney and  J. Shafer being elected after  the taking of a ballot.  The Secretary's report upon the  present condition and financial  status of the Association was then  read and duly accepted, a gratifying feature being the additional  number of names carried upon  the membership roll. MesssrsR.  Leese and T. West were upon request, duly transferred from the  Upper Valley Branch.  After the discussion of sundry  matters in the way of- general  business, the meeting adjourned.  Harry Morgan the pioneer settler from Ootsa Lake, who has  been.down for supplies, hit the  trail on his return trip last week  in company with Mr. Ford Dodds,  who also has a farm in the Ootsa  lake country.  They took in with them a bunch  of choice stock from this valley.  John Cresswell is back from  the interior where he has been  engaged on the construction of  the telegraph line. He left the  party at Hanceville and reports  that the party turned back there  and completed the work as they  eame along.  Mr. Cresswell reports that the  Why Throw Your Mm  "oneyAwayJ SS  WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY  B. BRYNILDSEN & CO., Belia Coola  Ocean Falls  (FROM OUR RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT.)  Stephen Cokkins, a Greek  laborer, left on the last trip of  the Princess Beatrice, to join his  compatriots in their struggle  against the Turk.  Mr. Cokkins is a man of splendid physique and pronounced  military bearing.    He made no  work has been considerably de- j statement but  quietly drew his  tayed because of material failing j time cheque and quietly  disap.  to reach the spot when needed.    I .   .^ ...  L .       L. ipeared, it was only by question-  The party  erecting   the   line;  from the other end is expected t0:in* his fellow workers that the  be able to connect with line from i ab������Ye information was elicited.  Bella Coola, at Hanceville, at an |    His life for   his country,  no  an early date. ! man can give more. '1  jfrfldattkfrjflsatwaqw^^ -J  *  v>  ���������&-  I -  BELLA* C,C OLA. COURIER  Saturday, Octoler 26,   1912  *WWM     j^-1  -i.,Lf. t.,A*,i 11 c iii ir  'M.i   i   i     irii������������uMimiiw������i>inn ii'*������������������������  ft  ;->>7  i "' ,  t ������ f'  The Courier-  in  v���������-  t  ^      1    *"  .     f  ; i ' ���������."  S S 1  :w!k  man <orl on& o������ only, moderate  | means, and that is the average.  PUBLISHED W?E������LT AT BELLA COOLA BY j ^ M  ^ b        ^ better a(������  tueBeli^'CoolaEubjjshingCo. Ltd.1"   *'^.  -   -     ry~,<  "v ,      >v,  'k -      ''''":' vantage or at a cheaper cost than  if he bought at this present time.  : $100��������� But' this .he cannot do;     Then  ,,>;^o.75 again,' will 'not a sale by .auction  ' ^ 6 50'      "  ��������� *' "'"  "k "- ��������� "    'at some future date, when prices.  .:...$i.50..jl^ve yet increased considerably,  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada  < l.Year ....  6 .Months .'  3 >Mcnths ..  "1 -'Year.'..  KYear.  ���������I-  ' United Statsa ',  V  'United -Ki^gdcsa  ..". .*. :$3.oo play- into the hands of -the spseu- \ of the woria within comparatively  Subscriptions payable in advance.    .  later with money, to the absolute  - exclusion of thq,bona-fide ssttler  I Through the Eye of the -. Camera  -a  j:  I ,    ��������� k;.r"-" "'PAKfi���������byG. c.H: l. ...a  '       y  '     '    '      ' ������     ,   I        '  /Now that the���������"telegraph, the  * ".. .','    ������������������ ������   -  press,' and, modern '���������facilities for"  travel^ have "-brought most pafts  O������k3BK04n������������-Cfi������  ������\$ijvK'-/::y^ ^^k^������^^ikkjL-jkiik  ^'^ ��������� /SATURDAy,'OCTOBER"26,,X912  p^i:k ^f- ^.^*-'.-? ������.f:.'  easy' touch, of one ranother, our  interests are ho longer^ confined  r i  .   'subsctifcei-sr.bt^reislvinff their(copy 0f mode-<���������a^e means. ��������� to our own' immediate surround-  ^ Vc^aMly rieasfc, ratify the ;ns^as������Triar.t. .,        ,7 *   -     fV ,    ��������� , ",   ,~      ������       "    ���������  .   '    , -.    ' , <ni  'atc^: -ChMgas m acdr^s sh^ld be   . .   ., ^CT.eral rule the soeculator 1RSS������,but extend over a world  se^t is as.scon as. poasic^s. "''       k      ^.sw^w.       ^ ^        . j ".-,���������."'  rr-r-rT'^^k^ 6ares ��������� little 'what -price he,<puys; wide areak '"  . .    -. ��������� nMT^ -    .������ ----fbr property,'for with a-little adj  5.  Ofjick."'  ������0,y?kkt Vpc6ii7���������r 0������ce;4-^09 Empire Mdm'g  }i$>k .>-^^v-' ' ���������   J- >"'- ;k,kkki^'  'unfortuiiatei'and mind you,;his  price/ allojlying', _ an,, exorbitant  profit,\isJ',based4oh;what.He him-:  ^sfelf h^ad"to,pay,rat'the,auction". ���������  " It?is the dpinioh of the'Courier'  ���������p    -<  y .-<     -5 ',   , <���������        <i  .Jfv  ������d  5%> ���������; ^' ��������� u ing.-.* ~���������;���������  B//A *' "CoolalTownsite,, \ and;jexpfeJsse  aa? -:^v ^ < -its-* surpriseJ' that -%no reply 'had  i,������A^~  .*>^vYetbeenreceived^rom.the'Minis-1  id.^'.v.V .'    ' ���������.���������l-cn.'7\-Pr r.Qnrlci "fV������ Qi-roeftliiHATi' f nat  j|:t",k?^. >;.Cma^^as;/faiiback'"as/(22n'd August  ���������VK.    L LAT'J'T-  \r<    irt������t 1  ^v-   "k. "Jasffl.v/e now; learn ���������'that a rieply  YJ"       f "idkted^the 2nd-inst, has been re-  *'   cehredf but  regret vth"at"f" the  ���������Government "does" not levmce any  in..,  I:  1.    desire' to', meet- the wishes of-(.the  \, people";      ',',*" '     .'...-  ~ kThe', reply  states   that  the  ���������-'  Minister- of Land v/ill- take" the  \ ;matter into his consideration, but  xif "the Government decide to dis-  poXe of "their lots, -they -yvill be  \    '       > '   7    '^   h"     -  scid at public auction.-'  -    . whetf*the peonle of,0Bella Coola  '���������    fii-st learned of the Government's  intention to withhold their lots  '��������� fr"oni * sale, . thsro were" several  '    gentlemen in oar midst whc.  ,.' Hsi^glpOiSssedvoi a clearer vision  inVtliis '^matter; "is-absoiutel^conT,  trary to the 'interests >of Bella  y '     " f 1, A+   ���������; ' ,* t ������������������-- '\  ,';4r'v t   -v* ' ������--;t  .Coola; and is only another instance  of .that policy-which.- has already  '-'   >   < 71 " ^ ���������        ^%7   "-       /    ;'w  h a d'J such-,' disastrous" ~:������effect  '  -  ,,  ,v" ,'' ,-"    " -   r'" *��������� r> ^ -*  t^roughout^^the^*prqyince,^1mat  policy, of "favoring 'the speculator  to"the exclusion^ of'the,.hona-fidev  ' -v- -���������������-  i 1  settler..-. , ���������> '      (a- j .1    \-v: ���������*   ; *>  ,'ry.?. >.   .1    y   ��������� s*' *    > f, 7 '- .  k The ,'4C6urierV^takes this.oppor-  >r   ?.''?V/ir"-'l,f:-   ^A'1*.'"*/   "    ��������� k'l'> '  -tumty kof - urging."upon; "the  'Government^(arid^in -'doing 'so,*,  only" voices the sentiments of the  >'-',,,        ���������    - v    ������������������ 1   ,���������>������    ,  community..^vhbse, interests, it  ,h   ->.   j     . ^   ^ ���������> -��������� - ,,  deems^it-its'duty.to'uphold,) the  .necessity of-doing-the :only'right  thingTirr this matter; "viz: - "To  make the lots>4in the, Townsite  of' Bella Ccola -available" for purchase/and that at a figure within  the reach of common people who,-  itTmust be admitted, are after all  the back-bone of any community.-  This we repeat'is the only fight  course ��������� for the Government ��������� to  take; and the right, time is now,  befdce the people of Bella Coola  become ��������� further galled by the  state of, stagnation that-is being  so unjustly forced -upon them by  la Government whose members  ^Amateur photography has also  been a great factor m recording  and .making  known0toNothers,  places^ visite'd by the - owner of a  ,' 1- <��������� 1 ���������  camera.  .Some-years ago the^writer^had  and x Vancouver,- and" being ppss-  gsse'd- of'. a1 > camera, managed: to  obtain^a- number of .views during  the trip,'which -have since proved  \ source 'of nleasure both 'to him-  . t ' '''/ '     k '-,        *   s ���������  self-and friends. -  '���������-.> ���������     '    "���������  ��������� A. short-description of .some of  the- scenes'.witnessed and recbrd-  led -during- the j'ourney,- may/^not  :6e without ,3geheraLintefest.   ,k-  , -'' V-- '* ���������.' - ^-v   v\,* '.-*���������"  '" 'Enibarking'upbn bne^of the^Pr  -- '��������� '' '-     ^      .     ., *     rf^    -  arid'*0. Company's.' intermediate  steaniers/we left^ombayin^naid-  .afternoon, arid*pa~ssed/d6wri' the  roadstead,' upon our ,left lay,-thev  multi-cclbred outline of,the West-  ern Ghauts, while all around'us  skimmed the quaint t native. sail-  ing crafts, "ddtting the blue water  with splashes of white.  Our first port of call is Colombo,  the capital of Ceylon, and as' we  enter the harbor we notice ,a  British cruiser lying there appearing, the embodiment of silent  strength.  < ' i  , Here, we first make the acquaintance of a vehicle in general  use throughout the " far 'East,  namely the jinrickshaw, which  consists of a light, two-wheeledr  single seated conveyance whose  'motive" power is &<ftatiye runner,  generally known as a 'rickshaw  boy,' who will take you'.'comfort-  ably arid quickly wherever t you  may wish to go. " ' ��������� ���������- .  , After a'"day*3pent in sight see-  .ing we;*rerehibark. and proceed toj  ?ehang,' a'J^lmish possession on  an isl^rdf^ forming one'of'/the  "Straits settlements, and famous  -fort*fts .beautiful tbotanical *gard-(  ens. ., Lying in the harbor here is  a handsoine -white steamer, with  the liijes of a private yacht, and  upon .enqmrykwe^ ^nd she1 is the  repair ship,of the Eastern Tele-:  'graph'Cohipany,-who" control and  manage the cable lines east of,  the���������Suez; \    ';    - \  <��������� After, a^short stay, we proceed  v,to^Singa"pore,i another 'British  possession near the southern end  of ".the  M^lay" peninsular,  here  Jthere, is aVb'eautiful harbor with  "        1    ������������������ ^   . t      ^  a '"picturesque' entrance, and as  'w'e steam ^slowly' in between'the  1 r  /Heads', we notice on our right  the^works of one of the world's'  largest'tin -smeltersN: We spend  { Are You Iotlbested  1njWatches'.and" :'  HlGH-GRADE      Wearethelarg^t  ���������.-11." ���������-,������* "' ., . .,,' manufacturers������of  Vw/rri I o\A^! STERUNG SILVER.  Ej W,������JJLK I J    WARE in Canada.  .1 h.  *t  an. interesting :day sight-seeing,  arid notice that the,life'" andan-  habitahts^~of -the "Far "East*are  < - ' -       .   -    - 'ft J   X  more marked" than at our previous ports of: calll '        ,*^  k ,. ~      t''   ^ "  r Starting-again on the following  ;mornirig,- rwe steam under' ideal  weather conditions through a sea  dotted, with islands, and shortly  changing our course to the north  we leaye the Indian ocean be-  hind and make our way up the  China sea<towards Hong Kong.  "Arriving here, we find our-  selves in one of the -most cosmopolitan harbors of the world,  where .the flags of almost all  nations -may be seen uponrshipp-  ing, ranging in size from a battle-  ship to a rowboat. >  (to be continued)  than their fellows, were eager to , ..    ���������.    - ������������������,���������..;.,,. +*nr  t. '   *     , &       .ire never tirea of assuring tne  assviro ls that the Government  sell lots to any person who would'  Vmdertaku to. buiU thoreon, but!  t)o mention of this fact was ever I  Sir,  'jutonle of its sincere, desire to  mnboSivriUhwandnxSoutol^ ^ ^j^ ,vith dJ  ptojle at all lanes.  1 T - A newspaper is supposed to repre-  - genj. a efcr^a;��������� st:Ction of public; opiniof..  The Courier takfcS this earliest The  'Bella   Coola   newspaper   has  ���������>.������������������, v. .      ���������.      a. -,.      u     thi   misfortune   to   reorssent   none..  madetoljier.uai3rou3app!i6ai!ts|opi.ortunjry to   express  its ex- e^eriment d7 amateurs in  The Doctor Sits Uo and Takes Notice,wlth B6lla Coo!a affa,:rs-  i resigned   '.  ' from the Conservative Club more than  "We hasten to publish hl3. pa- two months ago, but of course I did not  Ihetie reply.       | think it necessary to take you into my  \ fc ..   r   .    _  _ J confidence in regard to this, any more  **       ������ii������?T: ?'    i/s,-, 'than l think {t necessary to  tell you  24th October, 1S12.  what-pati8nts-r tlreat or how I treat  them.   la regard to these matters you  must guess, and I am afraid your aie  bad guessero.  Yours, truly,  ,     FRANCIS CAVANAGH.  Now, let us suppose the Government's action in this matter was  iv; lots.    E&thcr������\7fc.c������ they fatly' ��������� j -ih^ regret en l&arr.ing cf the joa-ml'soc, ������nd ihey are bound to make  ,   .       '  , , ' k  ,,,1  ,.'coil-, t^-f Tfvc Vaic  n-������--n*.-'   many mistakes.   You headed onacf your  llA.U>..n<'3J'l>.:~l u.c i^vb vvok v������iun j t iasj, ai-tides "A disgrace to thu Commu-  Wm from the market ar^ttatlVuife o������ the v''eii"kR0V'-n f?f re" nity".   You 7.'er3 quit, right: that aiv  1 sheeted cannery owner or Namu ticls was a disgrace to the community.  i.O molt 'would be SCld by privato-i *  , ,r.    ,    ^. No-w I defy yoa to prove that it repre-  , I ul:ci *"^^a-Ult* sented  the views  of  more  than two  fc,5"G' l<-0 }a(iy v������*ks better known or people.   I could at once obtain the signa-  i   i <i ^ ^,,+t. ^, ���������   tures -of a hundred v/ho disapprove of  more respected, on the n orthem ^ ^^ entire,���������  coast, than the late Mrs Draney, I      if you can get the signatures, and  impelled by none other but the j and many are the people that will i Pui,lish <th3rn ia 7f>vx ps.-per, of even a  1 ._,  - _    ���������    t. _     j. JU   I dozen v������ho will subscribe to the extra-  best motive, viz:   An earnest de-  sire to keep   the  Bella Coola  Townsite   out   of   the   hands  of the speculator and ensure the  bona-fide intending settler of a  fair shake.    Then why withhold  these lots from sale while prices  are on the increase, surely a poor  Cherish happy recollections Of the ortjip^y statements made in your'arbours spent  in   her   company ati tide, I shall treat them with a serious-  ,\    t\ 1 j. >t -u~ ~ 1 ness which, at present, X do not think  the Draney house at Namu, where j they deger;e> aPnd wm' teU the publ,c  her wide circle of friends were J jUSt how matters stand with regard to  everassuredof a cordial welcome. I the Hospital which has been so hope-  .;.. ������������������������������������ ;: ���������    .--. 7 7 llessly'managed in the past.    Your m-  .' The Courier desires to extend/ sinuations regarding myself are simply  its heartfelt sympathy to the j grotesque, and the Government aM the  '.'       . ,      .  ���������<   '      ,",   , ' . ������������������! Conservative Club are well acle to look  relatives oi the deceased lady m j after themseives.B   By the way you  their ;sad bereavement. ' should really try to keep in closer touch  In the above communication,  the writer charges the "Courier"  with not being ' in touch with  public opinion. While his and  our views may differ on that  point, we are willing to admit  that we are hot in touch with his  friends, a fact of which we are  not ashamed. We doubt the  ability of the doctor to get a hundred signatures of persons who  disapprove of the article referred  to.  ; The doctor writes, he will not  treat the statements made in the l  article seriously, neither do we  consider his statements with any-;  Then write fon our iUu.tnted c^ido*.   We cany all lines of quality Silver-  which will be sent free to your address      ^e Tableware   ������D(1  Cutlery aS  well as Leather Goods, Brass  .IF YOU HAVE TO BUY A  WEDDING PRESENT THiS FALL  CONSULT OUR CATALOG.  , .Goods and Rich'Cat Glass.  HENRY BIEKS &, SONS-, LTD.  /        JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Vancouver, B; C,  GEORGE E. TROREY  '    Managing* Director  W������l Mill... ,.^������IIF...  ~7^~  thing'that'may be dignified by-  any suqh term.      *     ���������   ^  J (,  If'the doctor'is anxious for a  controversy   on   his , behaviour  since he arrived in Bella Coola we  mignt accomodate him, although |   'The Grand Trunk tug, "Escort  we should hesitate to put in print No. 2'; conveying the car ferry  A number of men from Oregon  city arrived on the<iast Camosun.  They will be engaged dn the pulp  mill.  .-'>,'  some of the things he has done  in public.      ' r      ,     ;   ' -    '  It might be mentioned that the  doctor's letter is dated two'days  ahead, of the time of its receipt  at this office. We hope that this  error was occasioned' by nothing  more serious than a nervous excitement at time of writing.  Ocean Falls Notes Continued      '  Mrs T. H. Jamieson and, her  son Gordon, left this week for  Victoria. They expect tov be gone  about three 'week's.  Mr.'1 A. Martin and "wife left  last Week for' a visit to Belling-  ham and Seattle.  "Georgian" for Prince-Rupert,  and the schooner "North Bend"  with coal andiumber for Granby  Bay, are at the' Falls , thisj week  taking oh more lumber, and.wffl  also take one of the company's  big barges, loaded with lumber,  with them when they leave.for  the'North. k   *   ,  ,"t  The: S: S. *" Cetriana " ^calling  Tuesday last week, north bound,  reports 'the,, coal situation un-  changed on\ Vancouver Island,  and that if, the; strike holds, on  much longer, the price of a ton  of coal will soon equal an'aqre of  choice Bella Coola real estate.  JOBJ?*������ A. PAULINE oea^m  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  Raw Furs Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied  Gasoline La&nesies for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B.C.'-     -  WS ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, ��������� PROMPT -SERVICE, R8GHT PRICES  lhe Clarke-Stuart Co., Ltd.  j^iaiimtfni    $!rutt?rs    T&aakbivbttB  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systems .  TRANSITS, LEVELS, CHAINS, &c, and  everything for the Surveyor and Architect  Instruments Repaired by our Experts     We Blue Print for Yon  For Fntmedfate eWpntcvrt���������SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT'  DESKS, K3APS, GLOE5.5. AND HYLOPLATE BLACKBOARDS  FRJCE3   A������I>   SA'flPLSS   ON   REQUEST  mvvnww^wm  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD.  Boscowiiz Steamship Co., Ltd.  REGULAR FREIGHT AMD PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  S S/VENTURE'Leaves Vai,couver eve,y tbiirsday.at n p-10-  ���������J!.^.* ^ ^f~. \m\*z 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 Office, Caruall St., Vancouver; or John Barnsley,.  I0Q3 Government St., Victoria. .  t^wMrr.7SSt~isnxmmtirxixrr^iM������xi^ 'aiurday, October 26,   I9t2  The Government launch  set.te,  BELLA COOLA COURIER  ���������\  <Liz-  1    7,'V'tS  >*���������  A. Westov'er^ naviga-  r and hydrographic surveyor,  d crew) called at this port on  esday fast week.  This party is surveying rivers  d takipg notes of all available  feter-DQwers   along   the   coast,  r. Westover and party will re-  rn tofVictoria the last of the  bnth to tie up for the winter,  Hid v.ill continue their work in  e early spring.      __  r. .Westover'expressed a de-  3 to;look over the ;plant while  e, #nd took' in the mills and  J'werhous'e undeiJ the guidance  Land Notices  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that.Gertrude H. Coke-  VANfOTTVPR f A\rn ru<"4TPTr'rr J������y of Duncan, B. C, occupation married  V A JN OU U VLK LAIN D iJIo I RIG 1   womailf jntend8 to apply for permission  j to purchase the following described land:  DISTRICT OP COAST-RANGE 3.    I    Commencing, at a post planted at the  TiifTT  Nmrrp   Hmf   r.r^..   u        i (luarter P^st on the west-side of section  pSnfVn^v      P ^     K     Henry  twenty-six,  Township  six.  Range, III,  wL?L*n?������ ������   \ S' 9" MCUPation ! Coast  district,   then^   North   twenty  g^5h\i"li f u   Pply f������r He'n������f^n ; chains, thenceEast twenty chains, thence  iirchase the folio .vi n* desm bed land: | South twenty chains, thence West twenty  to  J?1  Co  Mrt Ferris/ acting manager of  |e 01 F. Co. ��������� he, expressed hhriT  Hlf as highly-pleased with what  irSs.-saw.,  ommsncinj: at a post planted about  two rniles dibiantand in a south-westerly direction from the western extremity  of Kwlalcho Lake, thence South40 chain:,,  thence West 80 chains, thence North 40  chains, thence East bO chains to point of  commencement, comprising 320 acres.  "GEORGE HENRY BURT.  DuUi 25th Auirust, Vju.  chaijis to point of 'commencement ;������nd  containing, forty acres, more or less.:  GERTRUDE H;iCOKELEY.  Re LEROY S. COKELEY,  A sent.  Dated  August 20, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  :.Tb'e  ,'t  British Empire" is un-  oading 250 tons of coal at this  i>lace/and the ,tug "Dunsmuir"  Is- discharging-,slabs in order to  ������make room for some of the bitu-  ';:fkynSiriou's  fuel.-    This* will relieve  :,"k!flie coal famine at this port for  Home time .to. come.?  W*p . <^���������>���������'~t~i���������*&-.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE 3.'  Takij Notice that James Pearson  Wright, of Vancouver, li. 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 Kwalcho Lake, thence  South 40 chains, 1 hence West 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, whence East 40  chains to point of commencement, com  prising 160 acres.  JAMES PEARSON WRIGHT.  Pate 25lh Au������:uat, 1312.  VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT  vx������  'i!7fi  salt  as  Firvale '  >.OM OUR RESIDENT CORRESPONDENT)  school has ./commenced.   Miss  dia Stickle,- of Armstrong,  \C,   the   new   teacher,   com-  pnced' her duties on the 14th  st ��������� 1__  iMiss ^tickle i-n telling how her  ither liad' raised ��������� thirty acres of  katoes this year for which' he  ;ceived' $10 person at the railed station, must have felt some  trprise. at the prices prevailing  ;this part of B. C.  ITake heart and be of good  ���������ieer, ye.potato growers of Bella  r^^Coola Valley, you don't have to  '���������^Ij&jake $10 per ton yet.    '  '*fJ$-{ Mr.: Albert Hammer, the new  ;   * J'mail carrier, arrived very promot-  : Vly at Firvale post office.    Tnis is  the first trip under the new contract.  We trust that Mr. Hammer  &fl;Will meet with no serious difrlcul-  DTSTRICT OF COAST- RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Peter Carl Messick  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation logger,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  five and a half miles distant and in a  south-westerly direction from the western extremity of Kwalcho Lake, thence  South 40 cli3ir.p, thence West 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence East 40  chains to point of commencement, comprising 160 acres.    '  PETER CARL"MESSICK.  Date 25th August, 1312.  VANCOUVER LAND; DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF COAST-GRANGE IIL  Take Notice that William Sutherland of Bella Coola, B, C, occupation  Rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  ^i.r'ds" '  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 Soutn 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 '    .   -  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT-  ?m  m  -if*.  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  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.  Date. 17th Au;mst, 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:  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 7th August, 1912  VANCOUVER LAND  DISTRICT  I  WE  *$!������  ���������gl^ties in the fulfilling of his duties.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  BUSINESS CARDS  *?7  |W. MEYERSTEIN  if  British Columbia Land Surveyor  I .VICTORIA. B. C.  Wp.O.  BOX  1579  ���������Xi������  [Ai-JrtrtFirsl-cIass Watch Repairs  done at reasonable prices.  All work  guaranteed and postal  hiargCS paid. . Address all work to  iP. G. NOOT, 942 View Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  DISTRICT  OF COAST���������RANGE HI.  Take Notice that Annie Stockdale,  of South Gosforth, occupation mamed  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdescribed land:  Commencing at a post planted 4 chains  East of the SbuLh-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.  Dut<>d ARTHUR F. GOTHARD,  September 1st, 1312. 'AKunt.  DISTRICT OF COAST-GRANGE 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 chains, thence  East twenty chains to point of commencement, containing forty acres,  more or less.  FRANK ROBINSON.  Date,'September 17th, 1912.'  .-  CCTARF   IGl-lirn    !������������>!  30I  HOE  Boots and Shoes  Hardware  ocenes & General Merchandise  HOE  JOE  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  i  Surveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  SfflbteHMfldsa^f^  ^  MACKAY  LTD., VANCOUVER,: B: G,  sale  IVSen's :Furnishings and Dry Goods  VANCOUVER-LAND  -DISTRICT.^  Bella Coola Land District.  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 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.  Djted Ausrmt 30lh, 191:!.  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III,  Take Notice that I, Ernest Keiiry  Gothard, of Barnsley, England,, occupation gentleman, intend to apply-for.  pe rmission to purchase: the following  described land: '���������'.':'��������� -.'  Situate between Lot 1<27 and Timber  Lease 44219 and the West* bank of Necleetsconnay River West "of Lot 127  being an Island.'  ERNEST HENRY 'GOTHARD.  Dated Sept. 1, 1912. A. F. GOTH ARD. Agent.  VANCOUVERLAND  DISTRICT     :  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed   Pants,   Overalls,  Tents,  Hand  Knit Sweater  rThe Famous u  -OVERALLS  SOLD     BY    ALL     FIRST * CLASS     MERCHANTS  J  *r ~%  Messrs' BURROUGHS and DEAN will install  POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES  at the GRAND VIEW HOTEL.   Will open on  or about October 31, 1912, with full new outfits.  ���������������������������   (������������������'.<��������������� ;'���������',���������'���������'    ,��������� ~  , ���������   *   ���������    ���������  REAL   ESTATE    OFFBCE   IN    CONNECTION  Farm   Lands  and  Inside  Property  handled  COME IN FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE  |f[><aara>4sa������{>4������GEB-<HBaeM  PI  iB3$  B.NOFiTON^^^  WILL VISIT HAGENSBORG FOR TWO WEEKS  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 Sast 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 21st. 1912. . Affent.  E. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN-'BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^ After a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a thorough knowledge of the whole coast of  British Columbia, and can give reliable information of the different resources ,at almost any  point in this part of the province. All informer  tion strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN, Bella Coola, B. C.  ���������J  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  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 comer of Lot 654 on the  South side of the No^ek River, B. C,  thence South 60 chains, thence West 60  chains, more or less, to the Noeek River,  thence North ana North-East along  South shore of Noeek River, 65 chains,  more or less, to point.of commencement, containing about 180 acres, more  or less.  ALFRED MINSOS.  >4m&KHSIBB^Q>^aEBK><SIS&<l9>'ffiraBK>4S!B������><Q><aBB>0<4  To  f  Dated Sept. 23, 1912.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN,  Afrent.  I   Bella Coola Land District.  ARTISTIC   WORK    ...    ..    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED  ALL    KINDS    OF    INTERIOR    AND    EXTERIOR    PHOTOS  Those   Desiring   Work   Done   Please   Call   Without  Delay  !)<OnOO-������H>()-CT2J).o-a3HEM    >-fiJH*������-l    K3HEK    )-3E^(Ka3^tt<3!C^(KE!B&D-0'<SSBEKJ  DISTRICT OF COAST','(RANGE 3.  Take Notice that Warier Xjothard^  of Cullen House, Barrisleyi 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.  Prospectors, etc.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  ?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  GROCERIES TENTS  DRY  GOODS CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY   AND   GRAIN  Dated  August112th, 1912.  ARTHUR P. GOTHARD.  Agent.  HAGENSBORG  13!   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Building Newly Furnished Throughout  HOME COOKING; White help only employed  BAGGAGE; STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  ,;."FEE'D   STABtETI'N   COJ^ME'CTi  ' ^���������" TTMl^W"^ J--,,J"*,"~"'^T'^"rir","i^,T,-T"'^"'^"*^^***"**'l^w^^J'^,fa  aw rrhf n^ii w i*w������  I'-CS  '&} CI  ��������� ���������������  *   ���������&  ���������/[St  "'fil  Jl  uilA  ^Vlli  Ml?  t  , i  y 'if;jp-  xWrA  ''E-rarra,wraffiffl������wsffl^^

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