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 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 733
RETURN
To an Order of the House for copies of all correspondence, including surveyors'
reports, relating to any lands alienated or leased under the provisions of the
" Land Act, i 896."
GEO. B. MARTIN,
Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works.
Lands and  Works Department,
10th March, 1897.
Government Agent's Office,
New Westminster, May 29th, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria.
Sir,—I have the honour to enclose for your information a letter applying to purchase a
small island situate in the Fraser River. The land is unmarked on existing maps, and it is
alleged to be a newly formed island.
I  have, etc.,
D. Robson,
Government Agent.
[Enclosure]
New Westminster, B.C., 23rd May, 1896.
The Provincial Land Commissioner,
New Westminster, B.C.
I herewith beg to make application for the purchase of a small island at the mouth of the
Fraser River, of an area of two (2) acres, more or less, situated at the south-west end of
Island No. 473, the property of the Harlock estate, and to the west of Islands No. 193 and
194, the property of John McNab, Esq., and entirely separated by sloughs from any of the
above property.
I have every reason to believe that the said island is of recent formation, owing to the
fact that it is not located on any map.
I understand that in 1889 the price paid for adjoining property was two dollars and fifty
cents ($2.50) per acre, and as I desire to purchase the island herein referred to I am willing
to pay in accordance with any change, if any, that has been made.
Attached you will find a plan of the said island, shewing its situation with relating to the
Harlock and McNab property.
Trusting this application will receive your earnest consideration and immediate attention,
and you will favour me with an early reply,
I remain, etc.,
William Donelly,
Lulu Landing P. 0., B.C. 734 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Victoria, B.C, June 3rd, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your communication of the 29th
ultimo, enclosing a letter from Wm. Donelly applying to purchase a small island at the mouth
of the Fraser River, containing about 2 acres.
In reply I beg to say that it is not considered to be in the public interest to dispose of
such small parcels of land.
I have, etc.,
W.   S.   GORE,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
D. Robson, Esq.,
Government Agent, New Westminster, B.C.
New Westminster, B.C., 4th June, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—I have been advised by your agent here that you cannot sell the small island
at the mouth of the Fraser whicli I made application to buy in my letter of May 23rd, but I
thought that by explaining my reasons for wanting the island you might, to encourage the
industry, feel at liberty to sell it to me.
I wanted the piece for a cannery site, intending to build and operate a cannery here next
season. Being so small, it is of no value for anything else but a cannery site, and I trust I
may have the opportunity of making the purchase of it, as I am willing to pay a fair and
equitable price for same.
Hoping to receive a favourable reply at an early date,
I remain, etc.,
Box 27^ New Westminster.
William Donelly.
Victoria, B.C., June 11th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 4th inst., respecting your application to purchase the small island at the mouth of the Fraser River.
In refusing to sell the small island in question, I was merely carrying out the general
policy of the Government in such matters, as it has been the practice not to dispose of little
islets. I did not suppose that any particular importance was attached to your application. If
such is the case, however, the purchase may be completed upon compliance by you of the
requirements of the Act respecting the sale of unsurveyed lauds, provided no good reason is
shown by anyone to the contrary.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and  Works.
Wm. Donelly, Esq.,
P. 0. Box 274,
New Westminster, B.C.
Victoria, B.C., June 11th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to enclose herewith a copy of a letter to Mr.  Wm. Donnelly
respecting his application to purchase a small island at the mouth of the Fraser River.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
D. Robson, Esq.,
Government Agent,
New Westminster, B.C. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 735
New Westminster, B.C., August, 31st, 1896.
To the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works.
Sir,—I hereby make application to purchase a small island situated opposite the Town of
Steveston, on the Fraser River. Said island containing three and three-quarter acres, more or
less, and separated from Lot 473, Group 2, New Westminster District, by a small slough.
Yours truly,
H. Youdall.
Victoria, B.C. September 4th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 31st ultimo,
applying to purchase a small island situate opposite the Town of Steveston, on the Fraser
River.
In reply I beg to say that Mr. Win. Donelly published a notice in the issue of the
British Columbia Gazette of the 16th July last of his intention to apply to purchase the island
referred to. His application for the island was received at the New Westminster Agency on
the 5th ultimo and accepted, and a certificate of payment issued in his favour therefor.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
H. Youdall, Esq.,
P.O. Box 186, New Westminster. B.C.
New Westminster, B.C., August 31st, 1896.
To the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Sir,—From a notice in the Daily Columbian, dated 7th July, I observe there has been
application made to you to purchase (two months after said date of application) a small,
unnamed island opposite Steveston, on the Fraser River, and divided from Lot 473, Group 2,
New Westminster District, by a small slough, and containing 3| acres, more or less.
I hereby make application to purchase the same island above referred to.
R. Fenton.
Victoria, B.C., September 4th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 31st ultimo,
making application to purchase a small island on the Fraser River opposite Steveston.
In reply I beg to say that Mr. Wm. Donelly published a notice in the issue of the British
Columbia Gazette of the 1 6th July last of his intention to apply to purchase the island referred
to. His application for the island was received at the New Westminster Agency on the 5th
ultimo and accepted and a certificate of payment issued in his favour therefor.
I have, etc.
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
R. Fenton, Esq.,
P. 0. Box 186, New Westminster, B. C. 736 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Clause 12.
LAND ACT AMENDMENT ACT, 1896.
Sale of Unsurveyed Land.
District of New Westminster,   British Columbia,
August 4th, 1896.
To the Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir, —I have the honour to inform you that I desire to purchase, under clause 12 of the
" Land Act Amendment Act, 1896," 3|, more or less, acres of unsurveyed, unoccupied and
unreserved Crown Land, situate in the District of New Westminster, B.C., in conformity with the
notice published in the British Columbia Gazette, dated July 7th, 1896, and in the Columbian
newspaper, dated July 7th, 1896, and as indicated by the sketch plan which is drawn on the
back of this application. I enclose herewith $5.00, being a deposit of 25 per cent, of the
purchase money on the land desired.
I propose employing Mr. A. J. Hill, P.L.S., to survey the same.
I have, etc.,
Wm. Donelly.
Note.—The deposit of $5.00 mentioned was received by me on the 5th day of August,
1896.
Certificate of Payment No. 2554.
D. Robson,
New Westminster,
Commissioner.
New Westminster, B. C, September 12th, 1896.
W. S.  Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—As the required time for advertising for the purchase of unsurveyed lands
having elapsed on my application, the survey having been made according to law and forwarded
to the department, and the required deposit having been made and all other requirements
having been fulfilled by me, I would therefore beg leave to have permission to complete the
purchase, and herewith ask for title to said small island which I applied for, as I am anxious
to get arrangements completed so as to commence operations.
By giving this your attention and complying with the above request at your earliest
opportunity,
I remain, etc.,
William Donelly.
P. 0. Box 274, New Westminster, B. C.
Victoria, B. C, September 15th, 1896.
Sir,—Referring to your survey of William Donelly's land in Group 2, New Westminster
District, I have the honour to direct your attention to the enclosed requirement.
Kindly furnish this information as soon as possible, and in forwarding field-books to this
Department always transmit an official covering letter at the same time.
I have, etc.,
Tom Kains,
Surveyor-General.
Albert J. Hill, Esq., P. L. S.,
Rossland, B. C. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 737
September 15th, 1896.
Memo, for Surveyor A. d. Hill, P. L. S.
Classification of the land  required, surveyed for William Donelly, under  sub-sees. 1 &
section 12 of Chap. 28, "Land Amendment Act, 1896."
C. M. R.,
Draughtsman.
9
New Westminster, Sept. 29th, 1896.
Dear Sir,—In reply to your favour of the 15th inst. received via Rossland yesterday,
permit me to say :—
The land surveyed for W. Donelly opposite Steveston appears to be exceptional, but not
covered by any portions of clause 2 to which my attention is called, but is that portion reading
" Which cannot under any reasonable conditions be brought under cultivation." On the
strength of this I classed it as third-class land, although its connections with "mountainous
and rocky tracts " makes the reference rather puzzling. The island, though covered with tall
reeds, is mostly under water at high tide, and except for a fishing camp or a cannery site, is in
my estimation absolutely valueless, certainly it is so for any agricultural purposes.
If I am in error in my classification on the notes sent in, according to the interpretation
of the Department, I will be glad to rectify, as I have no object at all in giving an erroneous
one.
The land, I am led to believe, is intended to be occupied as a fishing station, and I do not
think that any adjoining natural resourses will be hampered or in any way interfered with by
such occupancy.
Faithfully yours,
Albert J. Hill.
Tom Kains, Esq.,
Surveyor-General.
Victoria, B.C., September 16th,-1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 12th inst., and
in reply beg to say that the notice of acceptance of the survey of an island at the mouth of
the Fraser River, which you have applied to purchase, will appear in the next issue of the
Government Gazette. The Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works at New Westminster
will be furnished with the area and classification of the land shortly, to whom you must make
payment of balance of purchase  money.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Wm. Donelly, Esq.
P.O. Box 274, New Westminster, B.C.
New Westminster, B.C., Oct. 29th, 1896.
Mr.  W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—I have went to your agent here several times to complete purchase and get
title re my application for small island opposite Steveston,   Fraser River,  but he says he has
not received the necessary instructions from Victoria yet.    Please give him the required information if possible, whatever it may be, so that 1 may wind the transaction up.
By giving this your attention at your earliest convenience you will greatly oblige,
Yours faithfully,
Wm. Donelly.
P.O. Box 274, New Westminster. 738 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Victoria, B.C. November 3rd, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 29th ultimo, and in
reply beg to say that the small island near Steveston, recently surveyed for you by Mr. Albert
J. Hill, is known as Lot 479, Group 2, New Westminster District, and contains four acres.
The price to be paid for the land is five dollars per acre. Mr. Robson, Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works at New Westminster, has been advised accordingly.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Wm. Donelly, Esq.,
P.O. Box 274, New Westminster, B. C.
Victoria, B. C, November 3rd., 1896.
Sir,—I beg to advise you that Lot 479, Group 2, New Westminster  District, applied for
by Mr. Wm. Donelly, is to be sold as first-class land.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
D. Robson, Government Agent,
New Westminster, B. C.
Government Agent's Office,
New Westminster, B.C. November 6th, 1896.
B. II. John, Esq., Chief Clerk,
Department of Lands and Works,  Victoria.
Dear Sir,—Is Donelly's purchase Lot 472 or 479, G. 2 ?    The latter number is on the
sketch and the former is in a letter from the Department dated 3rd instant.
Yours faithfully,
D. Robson.
Government Agent.
Victoria,  B.  C,  November 10th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 6th inst., and
in reply beg to say that Lot 479, Group 2, New Westminster District, is the official designation of the land applied for by Wm. Donelly, and it comprises four acres.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
D. Robson, Esq., Government Agent,
New Westminster, B. C.
New Westminster, B. C, Nov. 9th, 1896.
Mr.  W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—I have been instructed by your agent here to forward to you the Certificates
of Purchase of small island near Steveston, as stated in said Certificates, together with five
dollars, when you will forward me Crown Grant or title to said small island.
Enclosed find said Certificates of Purchase and P. O. Order for five dollars, for which
please forward to my address the necessary title or Crown Grant.
By doing this at your earliest convevience you will oblige,
Yours, etc.,
P. 0. Box 274. Wm. Donelly. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 739
New Westminster, B. C, Dec. 22nd, 1896.
To W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—On Nov. 9th, I wrote you forwarding you $5.00 and Certificate of Purchase
of small  island opposite  Steveston,  and  received   reply acknowledging  receipt of same and
stating that Crown Grant would follow shortly, but as yet no word of same has come to hand.
Please give this  your  attention and  let me have the Crown Grant soon as possible, and
you will greatly oblige,
Yours, etc.,
Wm. Donelly.
P. 0. Box 274, New Westminster, B. C.
Victoria, B. C, December 29th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 22nd inst., and
in reply beg to say that a Crown Grant in your favour of the small island opposite Steveston
is this day forwarded to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works at New Westminster.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Wm. Donelly, Esq.,
New  Westminster, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct, 6th, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.  C.
Dear Sir,—I am informed by Mr. Bauer, Provincial Land Surveyor, who went up to
Rivers Inlet to survey a cannery site for me, that T. Green, whose advertisement appears in
the B. C. Gazette on Sept. 17th, dated Rivers Inlet, Aug. 22nd, claims that he has had surveyed the ground covered by my advertisement appearing in the B. C. Gazette of same date,
dated at Rivers Inlet, Aug. 16th.
I might state that Mr. Bauer saw my notice. I also enclose a letter from Mr. Gosse, who
was on the ground Sept. 7th, and thoroughly examined my site in the interest of Mr. Winch,
in view of obtaining a suitable site for erecting a cannery. He also gives a copy of notes
taken by him at the time of his examination of these sites. The original has been in possession
of Mr. Winch since that time.
I intend applying, as per notice in the B. C. Gazette, and trust as I have complied with
all the requirements of the Act that there will not be any trouble on account of Mr. T. Green's
action in this matter. Mr. Bauer has accepted payment for survey; I have enclosed his receipt
for same.
Will you kindly advise me in this matter at an early date.
Yours, etc.,
R. E. Leonard.
[Enclosures]
Eburne, B. C, Oct. 6th, 1896.
R. E. Leonard, Esq.,
Dear Sir,—In reference to the cannery site at Rivers Inlet staked out in your name
and advertised in Gazette, I beg to say that I left Vancouver on SS. Danube, on Friday,
September 4th, 1896, and arrived at Rivers Inlet on Monday, Sept. 7th, 1896, and examined
your site and others in the interest of Mr. R. V. Winch. And I am prepared to make an
affidavit to the effect that I saw two stakes only on your site, one marked R. E. Leonard and
the other marked F. R.    The stake marked F. R. had been put in two or three years ago from 740 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
appearances. I saw your notice in the most prominent place on the site, that is at the freshwater supply, and also on the only place where a cannery could be erected, and I saw no other
stake or notice whatever on the site, and am positive that there was no other stake or notice
on the water front or in any conspicuous place on said site.
Yours, etc.,
Richard Gossk.
Vancouver, 6th October, 1896.
Received from Mr. R. E. Leonard   payment in  full  for Survey  of  Cannery  Site  Lease
situate on Schooner Passage, Rivers Inlet, and obliged.
William A. Bauer,
P. L. S.
Victoria, B. C, October 8th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 6th inst., with
enclosures respecting the conflicting claims of yourself and Mr. T. Green to certain lands at
Rivers Inlet.
In reply I beg to say that no action will be taken by the Department until the merits of
the respective applications can be enquired into.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
R. E. Leonard, Esq.,
Care of Rand Bros.,   Vancouver, B. C.
Eburne, B. C, Oct. 9th, 1896.
To the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—I have just heard that Mr. R. E. Leonard has published a notice of his intention to apply to you for permission to lease a piece of land at Rivers Inlet. On behalf of Mr. T.
Green, I respectfully protest against the lease being granted to him. Mr. Leonard placed a
stake on this land last year, with notice of intention to apply to lease, and kept the stake there
month after month, without any date on the stake or on the notice.
Mr. T. Green's agent found at the Land Office, early in August, that it was still vacant,
went and staked it. Not until Mr. Leonard saw T. Green's stake does he publish his intention
to apply, etc. I protest that he should not hold it so long with a notice undated, and submit
that he should have used reasonable diligence in applying.
T. Green has already had the land surveyed, and at proper date will apply to you for
permission to purchase the same.
Yours, etc.,
A. E. Green,
Agent for T. Green
Victoria, B. C, October 13th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 9th inst.,
protesting on behalf of T. Green against the application of R. E. Leonard for a lease of a piece
of land at Rivers Inlet.
In reply I beg to say that your protest has been noted.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
A. E. Green, Esq., Eburne, B. C. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 741
Victoria, B. C, October 12th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to enclose herewith a copy of a letter from Mr. A. E. Green,
agent for T. Green, protesting against your application for a lease of certain land at Rivers
Inlet.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
R. E. Leonard, Esq.,
Care of Messrs. Rand Bros.,  Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 14th, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of Oct. 13th,
1896, enclosing copy of letter from Mr. Green, for which I am much obliged.
I have sent to the parties who were on the ground when site was staked by my agent,
for affidavits to the effect that my stake and notice was put on the site on August 16th, 1896,
and that Mr. Green had no stake on this site on Sept. 5th or 7th, which affidavits I will
forward you on receipt.
I am, etc.,
R. E. Leonard.
Vancouver, B.C., October 20th, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—I have the honour to enclose herewith affidavit from Mr. W. L. Leonard,
which explains itself; also letter from Government Agent at Port Simpson.
I understand the Act requires the applicant to post notices on the nearest public building,
which Mr. Green has not done.
I am also prepared to make an  affidavit  that,  as far as I know, no notice was posted or
stake put in on my behalf before August 16th, 1896.
If not asking too much, will you favour me by advising what is necessary to be done in
order to further comply with the Act.
I am, etc.,
R. E. Leonard.
[Enclosures]
Fort Simpson, Sept. 28th, 1896.
W. L. Leonard, Esq., Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir,—Yours of 15th inst. to hand, and notice duly posted on Government Office.
There are no other notices posted for Rivers Inlet lands.
Yours, etc.,
John Flewin,
Government Agent. 742 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
In the matter of the "Land Act" and amending Acts; and in the matter of an
application for a lease op certain land situate on Schooner Passage, Rivers
Inlet, British   Columbia, by R. E. Leonard.
I, Walter L. Leonard, of Pendicton, British Columbia, do solemnly declare:
That on the 16th day of August, last past. I personally placed a notice, applying for a
lease of fifty acres of land, more or less, on behalf of R. E. Leonard, on the land described as
follows :—Commencing at a stake planted about north of the northern end of Walbran Island,
in Schooner Passage, Rivers Inlet, and running west forty chains; thence south about fifty-
five chains, to the shore; thence along the shore to the place of commencement, containing
fifty acres more or less.
That the said land was staked in accordance with the provisions of the "Land Act" and
amending Acts.
That a stake marked "R. E. Leonard, north-east corner," was marked and planted on said
land on the 16th day of August, last past.
That on the said 16th day of August, last past, the said land was unoccupied and
unreserved Crown land; that no notice of intention to apply or stakes were on said land, on
behalf of any other person.
That I have been informed that an adverse claim to the land in question has been filed
against the said application of R. E. Leonard, by T. Green, who alleges that a stake was placed
on said land by Mr. Leonard last year, and was left month after month, without any date on
the stake or on the notice.
That the said statement is false. No stake or notice was placed on said land, by or on
behalf of said R. E. Leonard or myself, previous to the 16th day of August, last past.
That subsequent to the said sixteenth day of August, last past, and after I had placed
the notice of application on behalf of the said R. E. Leonard, T. Green, or some person on his
behalf, placed a stake, over a mile distant from the north-east stake of the said R. E. Leonard,
applying for permission to purchase one hundred and sixty acres of land, which corresponds
with his notice published in the British Columbia Gazette of the seventeenth day of September
last.
That I am informed by the Government Agent, John Flewin, of Fort Simpson, British
Columbia, that no notice on behalf of the said T. Green was posted at the Government Office
there applying for land, as late as the twenty-eighth day of September last. And I make this
solemn declaration, conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same
force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the "Evidence Act, 1894."
Declared before me, at Pendicton, British Columbia,    \    w   T    T
this 14th day of October, A. D. 1896. /        "    .   ^0^ARB-
A. S. Black,
A Commissioner for taking affidavits
in the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 24th, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria. B. G.
Dear Sir,—In compliance with my advertisement for lease of cannery site at Rivers
Inlet, inserted in the B. C. Gazette Sept. 17th, 1896, and appearing in the Weekly News-
Advertiser of the same date, I beg to apply for lease as per description enclosed.
Please forward memorandum of fees.
Yours, etc.,
R. E. Leonard. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 743
Victoria, B. O, October 29th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 20th inst., with
enclosure re the land you desire to lease at Rivers Inlet for a fishing station, also letter of 24th
inst., making application for the said lease.
In reply I beg to state that Mr. Green's notice of intention to apply to purchase the same
land will have appeared in the British Columbia Gazette for sixty days, as required by the
"Land Act," on the 17th proximo, after which date a day will be named when Mr. Green will
be called upon to substantiate the statements he has made respecting your application for a
lease of the land.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
R. E. Leonard, Esq.,
Care of Messrs. Rand Bros., Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C, 27th November, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and  Works,
Victoria, li. C.
Dear Sir,—Re R. E. Leonard's application for lease of land at Rivers Inlet.
We have been instructed by Mr. Leonard to look after his interest in this matter.
We understand that Mr. Green has an adverse claim to the same piece of land, which the
Department wishes settled before a lease can issue.
Will you kindly make an appointment for as early a date as possible so that all parties
interested can appear before you and have the matter settled.
Yours, etc.,
Fell & Gregory.
Victoria, B. C, December 2nd, 1896.
Gentlemen,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 27th
ultimo, and in reply beg to say that an enquiry will be held at this office on the 17th inst., at
2 p.m., respecting the rival applications of R. E. Leonard to lease as a fishing station and T.
Green to purchase the same land at Rivers Inlet.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Messrs. Fell <fc Gregory,
Barristers, &c, Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B.C., December 2nd, 1896.
Sir,—I beg to notify you that an enquiry will be held at this office on the 17th inst., at
2 p. m., respecting the rival applications of R. E. Leonard to lease as a fishing station and
yourself to purchase the same land at Rivers Inlet, and request that you will be present on
that date with your witnesses.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
T. Green, Esq.,
Care of Rev. A. E. Green,
Eburne, Lulu Island, B. C. 744 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Vancouver, B.C., December 3rd, 1896.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—I have been expecting to receive notice from you re cannery site at Rivers
Inlet.
Mr. R. J. Woods of the Good Hope Cannery, Rivers Inlet, is now in Vancouver; he was
at Rivers Inlet when the site was staked, and knew about it at the time.    He has also been on
the site since in my interest and would be willing to give an affidavit if it is necessary.
Kindly have the matter settled at your earliest convenience.
Yours truly,
R. E. Leonard.
Victoria, B.C., December 4th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 3rd inst., re
rival claims of yourself and T. Green to certain lands at Rivers Inlet.
In reply I beg to say that a few days ago I notified your solicitors, Messrs. Fell &, Gregory,
that an enquiry into the matter in dispute would be held at this office on the 17th inst., at
2 p.m.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
R. E. Leonard, Esq.,
Care of Messrs. Rand Bros.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C., 4th December, 1897.
The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to inform you that the dispute to certain tract of land situate
on Schooner Passage, Rivers Inlet, and covered by the application to purchase in the name of
T. Green has been mutually settled between myself and R. E. Leonard, the other applicant;
in consequence I hereby notify you that I will withdraw my application from the said land in
favour of R. E. Leonard's application.
I have, etc.,
A. E. Green,
Agent for T. Green.
Victoria, B.C., January 14th, 1897.
Sir,—As requested in your application of the 24th October last, I have the honour to
enclose herewith a lease in duplicate of Lot 208, Range 2, Coast District, as a fishing station.
Kindly sign the lease and return one copy to this Department, together with a cheque for
$19.00 in payment of the first year's rental.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
R. E. Leonard, Esq.,
Care of Messrs. Fell & Gregory,
Barristers, &c, Victoria, B. C. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 745
Victoria, B.C., 29th January, 1897.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria.
Re Lot 203, Range 2, Rivers Inlet.
Dear Sir,—We beg to enclose herewith the duplicate lease herein duly executed by R.
E. Leonard, also our cheque for $19.00, being the first year's rent in advance for above lot.
Yours truly,
Fell k Gregory.
[Enclosure.]
NOTICE.
Vancouver, B.C., Nov. 6th, 1896.
We hereby give notice that we intend to apply to the Commissioner of the District as
provided forin the Land Act, Section 40, for one hundred (100) inches of water in the creek
flowing through the property now being applied for by the Brunswick Canning Company as a
fishing site, and situate on False Bay, Rivers Inlet, the same to be for the use of the cannery
owned and operated by us on the said fishing site.
Brunswick Canning Co.,
George I. Wilson.
143, Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C. Nov. 17th, 1896.
To the Hon. Cltief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—Mr. Wilson, of Vancouver, has posted a notice in the Land Office at Victoria,
that he will apply to divert 100 inches of water from a stream at the west side of False Bay,
Rivers Inlet, for use at the Brunswick Cannery.
I beg to state that the stream from which he proposes to take the water is situated on
the piece of land that I staked off on August 20th and applied to purchase on November 10th.
I propose to build a cannery on that site, and should Mr. Wilson record 100 inches of water
it would greatly injure me, as in a dry season it might take all the water. I submit that 10 or
12 inches of water is sufficient for a cannery, and I fail to see why he should wish to record 100
inches, so much in excess of what a cannery requires, unless his object is to prevent us from
operating our cannery. We would be willing for him to have half the water, but not all. I
therefore beg you not to grant his request.
Yours truly,
Wm.  Green.
Victoria, B.C., November 19th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th inst., protesting against Mr. W. Wilson's application for permission to divert 100 inches of water from
a stream at the west side of False Bay, Rivers' Inlet.
In reply I beg to say that your objection will be borne in mind when Mr. Wilson makes
application for a water record.
1 have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Wm. Green, Esq.,
14S, Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C. 746 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Vancouver, B.C., Jan. 6th, 1897.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—I hereby make application for 100 inches of water now flowing through our
property on Rivers Inlet (Lot 60, Range 2), as per enclosed copy of notice which we have
duly posted on land, etc., according to law.
Yours truly,
George I. Wilson,
Members of Company : For Brunswick Canning Co.
George W. Dawson,
Alfred J. Buttimer,
George I.  Wilson.
1 enclosure.
Victoria, B.C., January 19th, 1897.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 6th inst., and in
reply beg to say that Mr. William Green has filed a protest at this Department against a
record of 100 inches of water from the stream flowing into False Bay, Rivers Inlet, being
granted to your Company.
I enclose herewith a copy of Mr. Green's protest.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
George L. Wilson, Esq.,
Brunswick Canning Co.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C., Jan. 21st, 1897.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear  Sir,—I am in receipt of your favour of the 19th inst., enclosing a copy of a protest
from Wm. Green with regard to water applied for by us.
I am rather surprised at its contents, as the water referred to in our application does not
in any way go near piece of land applied for by him, but enters our land at the north side,
which is furthest from Mr. Green's, and could not in any way affect him.
There is a stream running through his land, but that we do not wish in any way to
interfere with.
Trusting that you will forward lease as requested, I remain,
Yours truly,
George I. Wilson,
For Brunswick Canning Co.
Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1897.
Sir,—Referring to your communication of the 17th November last, protesting against
Mr. G. I. Wilson's application on behalf of the Brunswick Canning Company for a water
record at Rivers Inlet, I beg to enclose herewith a copy of a letter from Mr. Wilson in reply
to one from this Department advising him of your protest. Mr. Wilson states that the stream
he wishes to divert water from does not run through the land you have applied to purchase.
Is it not possible that your protest was made under a misapprehension ?
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Wm. Green, Esq., Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
148, Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 747
Eburne, B.C., Jan. 28th, 1897.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. G.
Dear Sir,—Yours of January 25th, with a copy of Mr. G. I. Wilson's letter enclosed, to
hand. I am satisfied that my brother, Wm. Green, made his protest under a misapprehension,
and in his behalf I beg to withdraw the protest to their water record.
I am, Yours truly,
A. E. Green,
Agent for Wm. Green.
Victoria, B.C., February 5th, 1897.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 28th ultimo,
withdrawing your protest against the application of the Brunswick Canning Company for a
record of water at Rivers Inlet.
In reply I beg to say that a record has this day been issued in favour of the Company.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Wm. Green, Esq. Eburne, B. C.
Victoria, B.C., February, 5th, 1897.
Sir,—Referring to your letter of the 6th ultimo, I beg to enclose herewith record of 100
inches of water to be taken from a creek flowing through Lot 60, Range 2, Coast District, in
favour of the Brunswick Canning Company. I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
George, I. Wilson, Esq.,
Brunswick Canning Company, Vancouver, B.C.
Clause 12,
LAND ACT AMENDMENT ACT, 1896.
Sale of Unsurveyed Land.
District of Coast, British Columbia,
November 25th, 1896.
To the Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Sir,—I have the honour to inform you that I desire to purchase, under clause 12 of the
"Land Act Amendment Act, 1896," 160 acres of unsurveyed, unoccupied, and unreserved
Crown land, situate in the District of Coast, in conformity with the notice published in the
British Columbia Gazette, dated September 17th, 1896, and in the Times newspaper, dated
Sept. 14th, 1896, and as indicated by the sketch plan which is drawn upon the back of this
application.
I enclose herewith $40.00, being a deposit of 25 per cent, of the purchase money on the
land desired.
I propose employing Mr. Bower, P. L. S., to survey the same.
I have, etc,
E. J. Green.
Note.—The deposit of $40.00 mentioned was received by me on the above date and
brought to account on the fifth day of March, 1897.
Certificate of Payment, No. 3052. T. E. Wooldridge,
for Commissioner. 748 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Victoria, B. C, 27th Novr., 1896.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria.
Dear Sirs,—Referring to our conversation regarding the claim for land adjoining the
Wannuck Cannery site (Lot 11) at Rivers Inlet, we must protest against granting the application made by Mr. Green, on the following grounds, viz:—
1st. No proper initial stake and notice was put up by him, as we made a careful search
but could not find one.
2nd. That he must have been aware of this fact, as he offered (just before the steamer
left) to pay a man $10.00 to post a notice for him, which was actually placed on a bank of
earth, about a week after our stakes were in.
We will be glad therefore if you will kindly take the necessary steps to have the matter
definitely settled.
Yours, etc.,
The Wannuck Packing Co.,
Robert Chambers,
Manager.
Victoria, B. G, December 1st, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 27th ultimo,
protesting against Mr. E. J. Green's application to purchase certain land adjoining the
Wannuck Cannery site at Rivers Inlet.
In reply I beg to state that your protest has been noted.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner cf Lands and Works.
Robert Chambers, Esq.,
Manager The Wannuck Packing Co.,
Care of Messrs. R. P. Rithet & Co.,
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria,  B.  C, December 1st, 1896.
Sir, —I have the honour to enclose herewith a copy of a letter from Mr. Robert Chambers,
Manager of the Wannuck packing Company, protesting against your application to purchase
certain land at Rivers Inlet.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
E. J. Green, Esq.,
Care of Rev. A. E. Green, Eburne, Lulu Island, B. C.
143, Hastings Street,  Vancouver, B.  C, Dec. 3rd, 1896.
Re E. J. Green's Application.
To the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—I beg to say that I staked the piece of land at Rivers Inlet on August the
20th, and I put up a proper initial post, and placed on a large tree near by a copy of the
notice published in the Times newspaper and in the Government Gazette.
I am, etc.,
William Green. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 749
Eburne, B. C, Dec. 4th, 1896.
To the Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,—Yours of December 1st, enclosing copy of Mr. Chambers' letter protesting
against my application to purchase certain land at Rivers Inlet, just to hand.
Regarding the first ground of complaint I enclose a letter from Wm. Green, who properly
staked it, on August 20th, for me.
Regarding his second charge:—A month afterwards, Wm. Green returned from Vancouver
to the Inlet, and before starting on his return here, offered a man $10.00 to stake at another
place, nearer the Wannuck Cannery, with the idea of advising me to abandon the first, staked
in August, and taking the other piece and advertise afresh the land adjoining the Wannuck
Cannery. But I did not wish to do so. I abide by my stake and notice of August 20th.
Permit me to point out the land I am applying to purchase does not adjoin " Wannuck
Cannery site" (Lot 11), at Rivers Inlet. Please refer to sketch on my application. Mr.
Chambers is mistaken in regard to what / applied for. His application, staked at a much
later date, may encroach on mine, I am not sure till it is surveyed.
Your, etc.,
E. J. Green.
Victoria, B. C, December 15th, 1896.
Sir,—I have the honour to enclose herewith a copy of Mr. E. J. Green's reply to the
statements made in your letter to this Department of 27th ultimo, a copy of which was sent
to Mr. Green, respecting lands in dispute at Rivers Inlet.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works .
Robert Chambers, Esq.,
Care of Messrs. R. P. Rithet & Co.,
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C, March 4th, 1897.
The Hon. G. B. Martin,
Commissioner Lands and Works,
Victoria.
Sir,—We have the honour to enclose an  application  by the Wannuck Packing Company
for the purchase of a certain lot on Rivers Inlet.
Copies of  the required advertisement are attached, and we further enclose our cheque for
$40.00, in payment of the deposit.
Commending the application to your favourable consideration,
We have, etc.,
R. P. Rithet & Co., Ltd.,
R. P.  Rithet, President. 750 Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 1897
Clause 12.
LAND ACT AMENDMENT, 1896.
Sale of Unsurveyed Land.
District of Victoria, British Columbia,
March 4th, 1897.
To the Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Sir,—I have the honour to inform  you that I desire to purchase, under clause 12 of the
"Land Act Amendment Act, 1896," , acres of unsurveyed, unoccupied, and unreserved
Crown land, situate in the District of Coast, in conformity with the notice published in the
British Columbia Gazette, dated 22nd October, 1896, and in the Colonist newspaper, dated
22nd October, 1896, and as indicated by the sketch plan which is drawn on the back of this
application.
I enclose herewith $40.00, being a deposit of 25 per cent, of the purchase money on the
land desired.
I propose employing Mr. Mahood, P.L.S., to survey the same.
I have, etc.,
The Warnnuck Packing Co.,
Robert Chambers,
Manager.
Note.—The deposit of $40.00 mentioned was received by me on the fifth day of March,
1897.
Certificate of payment, No. 3,051.
T.   E.  WOOLDRIDGE.
For Commissioner,
Anglo British Columbia Packing Company, (Limited),
Vancouver, B. C, January 14th, 1897.
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. G.
Sir,—With reference to Lot 101, Coast District, Range 2, leased to our Company as a
cannery site, and on which the Good Hope Cannery now stands, we shall be glad to know
on what terms, if any, this property may be purchased.
Awaiting your reply, we have, etc.,
H. Bell-Irving & Co.,
Agents.
Victoria, B. O, January 18th, 1897.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 14th inst., and
in reply beg to say that your Company will be permitted to abandon the lease issued on the
1st April, 1895, for a term of 21 years of Lot 101, Range 2, Coast District, upon paymeut of
the annual rental now due, and to purchase the land upon furnishing the Department with a
classification of the same by a Provincial Land Surveyor.
Mr. G. H. Dawson surveyed the land, and can no doubt furnish the certificate of classification desired.
The lease must be returned for cancellation.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
H. Bell-Irving, Esq., Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Agent Anglo B. C Packing Co.,
Vancouver, B. C. 60 Vict. Alienation of Lands under Land Act, 1896. 751
Anglo-British Columbia Packing Co. (Limited),
Vancouver, B. C, January 20th, 1897.
W. S. Gore, Esq.,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works,  Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—We have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 18th inst., with
regard to purchasing Lot 101, Range 2, Coast District, and note what you say.
Mr. Dawson, the surveyor, is at present absent, but the certificate of classification will be
obtained from him on his return.
In the meantime we shall be glad if you will inform us what the purchase price is for
different classifications of land. We have, etc.
H. Bell-Irving & Co., Agents.
Victoria, B. C, January 23, 1897.
Gentlemen,—I have the honour to acknowledge  the receipt of  your letter of the  20th
inst., re purchase of Lot 101, Range 2, Coast District.
Enclosed is a copy of the Amendment to the "Land Act" of last Session, from which you
will gather how land is classified and its price.
I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Messrs. H. Bell-Irving, Agents
Anglo-B. C. Packing Co., Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C, October 26th, 1896.
To the Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Sir,—I enclose herewith notice of application to purchase land on Smiths Inlet, and would
ask you to be good enough to post notice as required by law.
I have, etc.,
H. Bell-Irving.
Vancouver, B. C, February 5th, 1897.
To the Hon. the Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, B. C.
Sir,—Referring to my communication of October 26th, respecting my application for
permission to purchase certain land on Quashela Creek, Smiths Inlet, lying to the south of
Lot 7, Range 2, Coast District, I beg to state that due notice has been given of intention to
purchase in the B. C. Gazette and the News-Advertiser, for a period of 60 days.
The land has been surveyed by Mr. Dawson, and is described in the plan as Lot 102,
field-notes and plan of which I understand have been filed at your office.
I shall be glad to learn that you are prepared to issue a Crown Grant for the land in
question. I have, etc.,
H. Bell-Irving.
Victoria, B. C, February 9th, 1897.
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 5th inst. re land
you desire to purchase, situated on Quashela Creek, Smiths Inlet.
In reply I beg to say that I do not find that you have made an application to purchase or
paid a deposit of 25 per cent, as required by the Act, and herewith enclose a form for the
purpose. I have, etc.,
W. S. Gore,
H. Bell-Irving, Esq., Deputy Commissioner of Lands and, Works
Anglo-B. C. Packing Co., Vancouver, B. C. 752
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