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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. 



Vol. XXII.l VlOTOIirA, NOVE.UBEli 4th. 1882 [^ro. 44. 



®able oJl ConliMit.'i. 



Government Notices. 

Proclamations. taok. 

TIiaiiksKivinjt Day 40i) 

Summoiiiiis Legislative Assembly 410 

Provincial Skcrktauy’.s Dki’autmknt. 

Apijointments 409 

Extending time for completion of Assessment I’.olls 410 

Respecting publication of Election Expenses of Candidates 410 
Lands and Works Dedartmknt. 

Notice of survey of land in Barclay District 410 

Inviting tenders for jilyiiig Kerries at Savona and Lillooot 411 

Notice of survey of land at Knight’s Inlet 411 

Establishing a Public Highway in Yale District 411 

Inviting Tenders for construction of Caisson for Dock. . . . 410 
Cancellation of certain Pre-emption Records in Yale Dist. 410 
Miscellaneous Notices. 

Private Bills— Legislative Assembly 415 

Intended application of D. J. Downey to bo admitted as 
an Attorney or Solicitor in the Supreme Court of B.C. . 412 
Intended application of P. S. Hamilton to he admitted as 

a Barrister, &c., in the Supreme C'ourtof B.C 412 

Applications to purchase land at Ilesquiat Harbour by 

various persons 414, 415 

Applications to purchase land at Texada Island by A'arious 

persons 415 

Application to purchase 640 ac. of land by G. J. Ainsworth 413 
Application to purchase 200 acres of land by J. C. Haynes 413 
Application to purchase 3000 acres of land by R. H. Hall. 416 
Application to purchase 1500 acres of land by J. D. Warren 413 

Application for a Private Bill by G. E. Corbould 412 

Application to purchase 160 acres of land by T. Shotbolt . 413 

Application to purchase 320 acres of land by J. JIartley . . 413 

Aiiplication to purchase 160 acres land by W. II Dempster 413 
Application to purchase 160 acres of land by E. B. JIarvin . 413 
Application to purchase small Island by Howard Foster.. 413 
Apiilication to purchase 160 acres land by W. E. Blackett 416 
Application to purchase 480 acres land by W. Harrison . . 416 
Application to purchase 360 acres of land by J. A. Cottrell 411 

Application to purchase 160 acres of land by J. .J. Brown . 412 

Application to purchase 160 acres of land by W. Harrison 412 



Do. do. do. D. Morrison 412 

Laying over Mining Claims in Cassiar District 412 

Laying over Mining Claims in Cariboo District 412 

Application to purchase 100 acres of land by W. P. Sayward 416 
Application to purchase 165 acres land by D. S. R. Roberts 416 

Application to purchase 160 acres of land by M. Hart 416 

Sheriff’s Sale — Bank of British Columbia v. N. F. Foster . 416 
Respecting registration of title of D. & I. Oppenheimer to 

Lots 5 and 9, Block I., Y^ale 411 

Application for discharge of G. C. Gerow, an Insolvent. . . 412 
Application to purchase 960 acres of land bj' Moodyville 

Saw Mill Co 412 

Sittings of Court of Revision and Appeal, under Assess- 
ment Act, for Victoria City, Victoria, and Esquimalt.. . 411 
Application to purchase 160 acres of land by E. Dougherty 416 
Application to purchase 200 acres of land by .1. F. Torrance 412 
Application for Private Bill to construct a Railway from 

English Bay to Port Moody 41 g 

Holding of Court of Revision and A])pcal, under Assess- 
ment Acts, for Yale-Hope Polling Division 4 H 



Provincial Secretary’s Office, 
26f/i October, 1882. 

H IS HONOUR the Licutenant-Govenior has been 
pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to 
form Courts of Revision and Ajipeal, under the .Isscss- 
ment Acts, for the Districts or portions of Districts 
set opposite their respective names : — 

Ch.yrles Penny, Esrpiire, for that portion of the 
“District of Yale,” as defined in the “Assessment 
Act, 1876,” known as the Lytton and Cache Creek 
Polling Divisions of the Electoral District of Yale. 

Samuel Perry Mills, Esrpiire, Barrister-at-Law, 
for the “District of Victoria,” as defined in the 
“Asses.sment Act, 1876.” 

John George Barn.ston, Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, 
for that portion of the “District of Nanaimo,” as 
defined in the “Assessment Act, 1876,” known as the 
Electoral District of Nanaimo. 



Provincial Secretary’.s Office, 

26th October, 1882. 

H IS HONOUR the Lientenant-Governor has bcctt 
pleased to depute tlie Honourable the Provin- 
cial Secretary to execute Money Warrants during the 
absence of His Honour from Victoria. 



CANADA. 

Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the United King- 
dom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender 
of the Faith, &c., &c., &c. 

To all to whom these presents shall come, or whom 
the same may in anywise concern, — Greeting: 

A PROCLAMATION. 

A. Campbell, 'I TTTHEREAS it hath pleased 
Attorney-General, V \ V Almighty God, in His 
Canada. J Great Goodness to vouchsafe 
unto Our Dominion of Canada, the blessings of a 
bountiful Harvest. 

We, therefore, considering that these blessings 
enjoyed by Our people thi’oughout the said Dominion 
do call for a solemn and imblic acknowledgment, 
have thought fit, by and iWth the advice of Our 
Privy Council for Canada, to appoint, and We do 
appoint, THURSDAY, the NINTH day of NOVEM- 
BER next, as a day of General Thanksgiving to 
Almighty God for the bountiful Harvest with which 
Canada has been blessed this year; and We do invite 
all Our loving subjects throughout Canada to observe 
the said day of General Thanksgiving. 

In Te.stimony Whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great 
Seal of Canada to be hereunto .affixed. Wit- 
ness, The Honorable Sir William Johnston 
Ritchie, Knight, Deputy of Our Right Trusty 
and Well Beloved Councillor Sir John 
Douglas Sutiierl.\nd C.vmpbell, (commonly 
called the Marquis of Lome), Knight of Our 
Most Ancient ainj Mo.st Noble Order of the 
Thistle, Knight Giand Cross of Our Most 
Distinguislied Order of St. Mich.ael and St. 
George, Governor General of Canada and 
Vice Admiral of the same. 

At Our Government House, in Our City of 
Ottawa, this Twentieth day of October, 
in the Year of Our Lord one thousand civht 
hundred and eighty-two, and in the Forty- 
sixth year of Our Reign. 

By Command, 

HECTOR L. LANGEVIN, 

Artiwj Secretary of State. 



Iropjamiidoii.*), 



THANKSGIVING DAY. 



W. J. RITCHIE, 
De 2 iuty Governor. 

[L.S.] 



410 



THE BHITTSH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 



[November 4th, 1882. 



[L.S.] CLEMENT F. CORNWALL. 

CANADA. 

PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, 
Dsfender of the Faith, &c., &c., &c. 

Te On faithful the Members elected to serve in the 
Legislative Assemblj^ of Our Province of British 
Columbia, and sununoned and called to a meeting of 
the Legislature or Parliament of Our said Province, 
at Our City of Victoria, on Wednesday, the Thirtieth 
day of August instant, to have been commenced and 
held, and every of you — Greeting. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

J. Roland Hett, \ l^HEREAS the meeting of the 
Attorney-General.] tY Legislature or Parliament of 
the Province of British Columbia, stands called for 
Wednesday, the Thirtieth day of August instant, at 
which time, at Our City of ^Tctoria, you were held 
and constrained to appear. 

NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes and con- 
siderations, and taking into consideration the ease 
and convenience of Our loving subjects. We have 
thought fit, by and with the advice of Our Execu- 
tive Councii of the I’l-ovince of British Columbia, to 
relieve you, and each of you, of your attendance at 
the time aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by these 
presents enjoining you, and each of you, that on 
Monday, the Twentieth day of the month of Novem- 
ber next, you meet Us in Our said Legislatui'e or 
Parliament of Our said Province, at Our City of 
Victoria, and tlierein to do as may seem necessary. 
Herein fail not. 

In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these 
Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great 
S 3al of British Columbia to be hereunto affixed : 
Witness, the Honourable Clement F. Corn- 
wall, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province 
of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria in 
Our said Province, this Twenty-fourth day of 
August, in tlie year of Our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and eighty-two, and in the forty- 
sixth year of Our Reign. 

By Command. 

James Charles Prevost, 

lieyiistrar, Supreme Court. 



(Bou([iiumtnt lloiiag. 

NOTICE. 



Provinoiai. Secretary’s Office, 

22nd September, 1SS2. 

T he date for tile completion of any Assessment 
Roll incomplete on the 30th instant, has been 
extemled by the Licutenant-( iovernor in Conncil to 
the .30th November next ; and tlio final revision of 
such Rolls to the 31st December next. 

By Command. 

T. EIAVYN, 

Deputy P rovinc'xd Secretary. 



NOTICE. 

P UBLIC NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the 
undermentioned Pre-emption Records of Lands, 
situated in Yale Division of Yale District, issuccl and 
signeil by W. Dewdney, Esq., Government Agent, are 
hereby cancelled, viz. : — 

Pre-emption Reconl No. 288, dated 11th Septem- 
ber, 1882, in favour of B. E. Oleson. 

Pre-emption Record No. 280, dated 28th Septem- 
ber, 1882, in favour of Goo. Gordon. 

Pre-emption Record No. 200, dated 28th Septem- 
ber, 1882, in favour of H. Nicholson. 

Pre-emption Record No. 201, dated 28th Septem- 
ber, 1882, in favour of J. Wallace. 

ROBERT BEAVEN, 

Chief CommiKHtoner of Landa & Works. 
Lands A Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., ls< Nov., 1882. 



NOTICE. 



Provincial Secretary’s Office, 

2Sth September, 1882. 

U NDER the authority of Section 21 of the “Cor- 
rujit Practices Prevention Act, 1871,” the 
Lieutenant-Governor in Council has provided that 
Abstract Statements of the Election Expenses of Can- 
didates shall be published in the British Columbia 
G-'IZETTE. 

By Command. 

T. ELWYN, 

Deputy Provincial Secretary. 



i\OTI€E TO CEABMAIVTS OF EAIVO. 



BARCLAY DISTRICT. 



N otice is hereby given, in accordance 

with the provisions of the “Land Act, 1875,” 
that the lands situate at Bamfield and Grappler Creeks, 
Barclay Sound, for which the undermentioned parties 
have made application to jiurchase under Clause One 
of the “Land Amendment Act, 1882,” have been sur- 
veyed and are described as follows; 



Name of Applicant. Date. Surveyed as Fractional 

R. Devereux April 2Sth, 1882 N. W. ^ of Sec. 17, T. 1. 

W. Stirling 29th, S. E. } „ 18, „ 

A. A. Green „ . . . . S. W. j ,, 18, „ 

John Kurtz N. W. j „ 18, „ 

\V. Pollard April 2Sth, 1882. ... N. E. i ,, 18, „ 

E-Cox „ „ ....S. E. J „ 19, „ 

Joshua Davies April 29th, 1882 S. W. } ,, 19, „ 

C. Todd April 2Sth, 1882. . . . N. J „ 19, „ 

J. McB. Smith April 29th, 18$2 S. E. } ,, 20, ,, 

J. Dcvereiux April 28th, 1882 S. W. J „ 20, „ 

F. E. Cox April 29th, 1882 . . . . N. W. J „ 20, „ 

Win. Owen April 28th, 1882. . . . N. E. J „ 20, „ 

D. VV. Higgins April 29th, 1882 N. W. } ,, 28, ,, 

H. B. W. Aikman.. May 1st, 1882 N. E. I ,, 28, ,, 

E. C. Baker April 29th, 1882. . . . S. E. J „ 29, „ 

G. F. Grant April 2Sth, 1882 S. W. j „ 29, 

James C. Prevost. . April 29th, 1882 N. h ,, 29, 

C. Todd April 2Sth, 1882.... " „ 3o| ’’ 

Joseph Davies April 29th, 1882 S. E. J „ 33, 

II. S. Roebuck S. W. \ „ 33,’ ’’ 

Edward White „ „ . . . . N. J „ 33, „ 



A map of the above lands can be seen at the Lands 
and Works Office, Victoria. 

The above or any otlier claimants should iirove up 
their right to these lands within three months from 
date of this notice. Forms of Proof and Declaration 
can be obtained at the Lands & V' orks Department 
Victoria. ’ 

ROBERT BEAVEN, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands J- irorls. 

Lands <{• Vforks Department, 

Victoria, B.C., Auyust 2Slh, 1SS2. 



ESQUIMALT GRAVING DOCK, 

BRITISH COIAIMBIA. 



Tender for Wrought-Iron Caisson. 



can 



I iioiRs 1 icp.arLinent, 

1 \ictqna, British Columbia, until 30th Jaiiiiarv, ISSJ. for the 
construction and erection conipleto, at Esquimalt, of a 

WUOUGIIT-IRON TRAVELLING CAISSON, WITH KEELS, 
FOLDING OR LOWERING BRIDGE, Ac., &c. 

Plana, S]icdncations, Bills of <in.-intities, and Form of Tender 
no Hccn at the Land UlHee, Victoria, and at the Ihiblic Works 
jicpartniciit, Ottawa ; and printed copies of the Spccirications and 
Bills of quantities will bo fiiriii.shed to intending Contractors on 
making a depasit of 820, to be returned, after the Tenders are 
opened, to jiarties sending in bona fide Tenders. 

None other than the printed form of Tender will bo received 
nor will the lowest Tender bo necessarily accepted. 

The Contractor must find two sureties, to bo aiiiiroved of by 

"'■’'"'tr "'di him to be bolind in the sum 
of t-10,000 for the due fiillilmciit of the contract. 



Tenders will not bo considered unless accompanied Iw an ac- 
cepted bank cheipie or other available seeiiritv for 81,.'i00 which 
will be returned to parties whose tender is not accepted. 



ROBERT BEAVEN, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works. 
Lavds W orArfi Departmtni^ 

VicioHa, B.C., October SUt^ 1883, 



Novemijku -Itii, 1882 .] 



TIIK HlilTlSIl COIjUMBIA (JAZBTTK. 



1 1 1 



niOTIt'i: T<» C'liil>l il%TS OF 



COAST DlSTlilCT. 



N OTICM*; LS IlI'IKKhY OIVI'JN, ill acconliuuH! 

witti tlui imiviHioim (if tlio “Lund Act, 187r),” 
that till! AVcst fnictioiiiil Imlf of Section “8, Township 
1, situate at (ilcndalc ('ovc, Kniglit’s Inlet, Coast Dis- 
trict, has liccn surveyed, and a map of same can he 
Been at tlio Lands and Works Ollico, N'ictoria. 

Chiimants to any poi'tion of the aliove lands should 
prove up their right within three months from date of 
this notice. Forms of Proof and Declaration can he 
obtained at the l.<ands and Works Department, Vic- 
toria. 

LOLFRT HEAVEN, 

Chi<‘J Cummidnioiier of La>ii/n li- Work's. 
Laml.s <{• iris/'Li DcparUiU'id, 

Vktoriu, Se})t. !(, 188‘2. 



PUBLIC NOTICE. 



EPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS, properly 
endorsed, will he received hy the undersigned uji 
to noon of Monday, tlth Novemher next, for the right 
of maintaining a Ferry across the Thompson River at 
Savona, and across the Fraser River at Lillooet, each 
for a term of five years. 

Persons obtaining a Charter will he required to 
provide, maintain, and operate a good and sufficient 
ferry boat, with proper tackle and appliances for 
working the same. 

Any Government ferry plant now at the respective 
places will be at the disposal of the Contractor for use 
in plying such ferry. 

Proposals to state the manner in which it is pro- 
posed to ply the ferry boat, the limits over which the 
ferry right shall extend, and the rate of toll for every 
Passenger, 

Loaded animal, 

Unloaded animal, 

Freight waggon, 

Spring waggon or buggy, 

Cattle and horses, 

Sheep, pig, or goat. 

And such other terms as the bidder may consider 
advisable. 

All Officers of the Provincial Government, with their 
animals and freight, to pass free. 

The competition will be on the amount of rent pa}’'- 
able by bidders to the Government, or, if no rent be 
offered, on such other terms as may be submitted by 
them. The Government to have the right of selecting 
such Proposal as they may consider most favourable 
to them. 

With each Proposal must he submitted the names 
of two responsible parties, willing to sign a Bond for 
the sum of §250 as security for the faithful canying 
out of the contract. 

ROBERT BEAVEN, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands <0 Works. 

Lands d- IForbs Department, 

, Victoria, B.C., Sepitemher Qth, 1882. 



PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 



YALE DISTRICT. 



N otice is hereby given that the following 

Hitrhway, CG feet in width, is hereby estab- 
lished, viz. : — 

Commencing at the point where the lower Steam- 
boat Landing intersects the South-west boundary of 
Lot 10, Group 1, Yale District: thence following the 
South-west boundary of said Lot to its South-east 
corner; thence on a straight line, in an Easterly 
direction, to the South-east corner post of Lot 19, 
Group 1 ; thence following the South-east boundary 
of said Lot 19, to the Soutli-east corner of Lot 36, 
Group 1 ; and having a width of 33 feet on each side 
of these lines. 

ROBERT BEAVEN, 

Chief Commissioner of Lands ik Works. 
Lands ik Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., October lUh, 1882. 



Itli.'iMitiiu'ou.i Soiirre. 

. “ASSESSMENT ACT.” 

Court of Revision und Appeal for the 
Electoral District of Victoria City, 
Victoria and Esquirnalt. 

N O'l'lCE IS IIEREin' GIVEN that the Court 
will sit us follows : 

For the Electoral District of N'ictoria City : — At the 
Legislative Hall, James’ Bay, on tiie IGtli Novemher 
next, at 1 1 a.m. 

For the Electoral District of Victoria : - .-Nt the 
Royal Oak, on the 13th Novemher next, at 11 a.m.; 
and at Henry Simpson’s South Saanich, on the 1-1 tli 
Novemher next, at 12 at noon. 

For the Electoral District of Esciuimalt; — At Henry 
Price’s Parson’s Bridgfe, on the 15th Novemher next, 
at 12 at noon. 

S. PERRY MILLS. 
Victoria, 30</t October, 1882. 



NOTICE. 

N otice is hereby given that, a Com-t of 

Revision and Appeal, under the Assessment 
Acts, for the ale and Hope Polling Division of the 
Electoral District of Yale, will he held at the Court 
House, Yale, on Monday, the 20th day of Novemher, 
1882, at the hour of 11 o’clock a.m. 

RICHARD DEIGHTON, 

Jadije of Court of Revision <t- Ajipeal. 
Yale, October 2iitk, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to make 
application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of 
land, situate at Elk Bay, Johnson Straits, and de- 
scribed as follows : — 

Commencing at a stake about half a mile in a 
Soiith-easterly direction from the mouth of a ci’eek run- 
ning into Elk Bay ; thence true West, 40 chains ; 
thence true North, 80 chains more or less, to the shore 
line of Elk Bay ; thence in a South-easterly direction, 
along the shore line of Elk Bay, to the pomt of com- 
mencement. 

JOHN A. COTTRELL. 

Victoria, B.G., September 21th, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to make 
L application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and NVorks for i^ermission to purchase IGO acres of 
laud, situate at Otter Cove, Johnson Straits, and 
described as follows : — 

Commencing at a stake in Otter Cove ; thence true 
NVest, 40 chains ; thence true North, 40 chains ; thence 
true East, 40 chains more or less, to tlie shore line of 
Otter Cove; thence in a Southerly direction, along 
the shore line of Otter Cove, to the point of com' 
mencement. 

JOHN A. COTTRELL. 

Victoria, B.C., September 21th, 1882. 



In the matter of the “Land Registry 
Ordinance, 1870.” 



Re LOTS 5 AND 9, BLOCK I., YALE, B.C. 



N otice is hereby given, pursuant to Order 
of the Honourable Mr. .lustice Crease, dated 
20th October, 1882, that, unless cause be shown to 
the contrary, the Registrar-General Mill, in T'wo 
Months from the date hereof, register the Title of 
David Ojipeuheimer and Isaac Oppenheimer to the 
to the aforesaid Lots in fee simple. 

Dated this 25th day of October, 1882. 

DRAKE & JACKSON, 

Bastion Street, Victoria, 

Solicitors for David Oppenheimer 
and Is.A.\c Oppenheimer. 




412 



THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 



[November 4th, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



NOTICE. 



OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application 
•\^ ill he made to the Legislative Assembly of the 
Province of British Columbia, at its next Session, for 
an Act to incoi’poratc a Company to construct and 
■work a Railway from a point in the City of Ncm' 
Westminster to some point near the 4t)th parallel of 
North latitude, between Semiahmoo Bay and Town- 
ship 16 in the District of New Westminster, British 
Columbia. 

GORDON E. CORBOULD, 

SoUritor for the Apj^Ucants. 

New Weetminsler, Sept, l.st, 1S82. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that we intend to 

apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and 
W'oi’ks for permission to purchase 640 acres of land, 
situated on Thurlow Island, described as follows : — 

1. Commencing at a point on the East side of Thur- 
low Island, about 40 chains North of Point Jackson, 
being the South-east corner ; thence West, 40 chains ; 
thence North, 120 chains; thence East, 60 chains; 
thence South, following shore line, to point of com- 
jnencement. 

2. Commencing at a point on the North side of 
Thurlow Island, near Noel Point, being the North- 
■west corner; thence South, 40 chains; thence East, 
40 chains; thence North, 40 chains; thence West, 40 
chains, more or less, and along shore line to point of 
commencement. 

Moodyville Saw Mill Co. (Limited), 

R. P. RITHET, 

Victoria, B. G . , Secretary. 

2\st October, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that we intend to 

apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and 
W^orks for iiermission to inirchase .320 acres of land, 
situated at Port Neville, described as follows : — 
Commencing at a point on the South shore of Port 
Neville, situated about two miles East of Robbers’ 
Nob; thence South, .30 chains ; thence East, 80 chains ; 
thence North, 40 chains ; thence West, to the shore 
line ; thence following shore line to place of commence- 
ment. 

Moodyville Saw Mill Co. (Limited), 

R. P. RITHET, 

Victoria, B.C., Secretary. 

2\Kt October, 1882, 



Insolvent Act of 1875 and amending Acts- 

I.v THE Couxty Court of Briti.su Columbia, 
HOLDEN at \TcTORIA. 

CANADA. 1 In the matter of 

Province of [ GIDEON COBEY GEBO JV, 
Britlsh Columbia. J an Jn solvent. 



O N 'I’llURSDAY, the 30th day of November, A.D. 

1882, the Insolvent will aj)ply to the said Court 
for a discharge under the sai<l Acts. 

Victoria, 27th October, 1882. 

G. C. GEROW. 



N otice is hereby given, pursuant to “Legal 

Professions Amendment Act, 1878,” that the 
undersigned will, at the expiration of three months 
from the date hereof, apply to be admitted as a Bar- 
rister, and Attorney or Solicitor, of the Supreme Court 
of British Columbia. 

Dated 17th August, 1882. 

PIERCE STEVENS HAMILTON. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given, pursuant to “Legal 

Professions Amendment Act, 1S78,” that the 
undersigned will, at the expiration of three months 
from the date hereof, apply to be admitted as an 
Attorney or Solicitor of the Supreme Court of British 
Columbia. 

Dated 14th August, 1882. 

D. J. DOWNEY. 



NOTICE. 



Y OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I intend to 
IM make application to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 160 
acers of land, situate at the mouth of the Kakweiken 
River, head of Thompson Sound, described as follows ; 

Commencing at a post marked A, and running West 
] 3 chains to post B ; thence North, 60 chains, to post 
C ; thence East, 50 chains, to jiost D ; thence South- 
westerly, along the shore, to post of commencement. 

JAMES JAMIESON BROWN. 

Victoria, September 2Qth, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make application to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres 
of land, situated on the North bank of Thompson 
Sound, described as per plan : — 

Commencing at the post marked A, running North, 
40 chains, to post B ; thence East, 40 chains, to post 
C; thence South, 40 chains, to post D; thence West- 
erly, along the shore, to post of commencement. 

DANIEL MORRISON. 
Victoria, B.C., October 2nd, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make ai)plication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and V’orks for permission to purchase 160 acres 
of land, situated at the head of Thompson Sound 
(South side), described as per plan, as follows ; — 
Commencing at the post marked A, running East, 
26J chains, to post B ; thence South, 60 chains, to 
post C ; thence West, 26J chains, to post D ; tlience 
Northerly, along the shore, to the place of commence- 
ment. 

WILLIAM HARRISON. 
Victoria, B.C., October 2nd, 1882. 



GOLD COIYIIVIISSIONER’S NOTICE. 

CASSIAR. 




NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given th.at I intend to 

make a[>])lication to tiic Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 aci'cs 
of lainl, .situate at Snug B;isin, Uclucklesit Harbour, 
West Coast of Vancouver Island, dcscril)cd as follows: 
Commencing at a post at the North-west corner of 
Snug Basin; tlicncc running true Mortli, .30 chains; 
thence true East, 40 chains ; thonco true Soutli, 70 
chains; thence true West, .32 chains, more or loss, to 
the shore of Snug Basin ; thence Northerly and West- 
erly, along the shore of Snug Basin, to the place of 
beginning, and containing 200 acres of land, bo the 
same more or less. 

J. I'TIASER 'I’ORRANCE. 
Victoria, B.C., 3 1st October, 1882. 



O N AND AFTER the 1st day of October ne.xt, all 
Mining Claims in the Cassiar District may be 
laid over till the 15th day of June, 188.3, subject to the 
105th Section of the “ Miner, al Act, 1882.” 

A. W. VO'WELL, 

Laheton, Gold Conmiissioner, 

VMh September, 1882. Cas.dar. 



GOLD COmnilSSIONER’S NOTICE. 

O N AND AFTER 1st November next, ,all Mineral 
or Mining Claims in the Cariboo District may 
bo laid over till the 20th day of May, 1883, subject to 
the 105th Section, of the “Mineral Act, 1882.” 



lUchfield, 

'llh October, 1882. 



JNO. BOWRON, 

Gold Commissioner, 



Novum m.ii -iTii, l.«82.] TIIK lililTISH (;Or;(JMHIA (JAZKTTE. 



413 



N () 'I' I C 10 . 

1 I1KRKUV NO’I'ICK that I iiiti'iiil to imikc 

a|>iiliciitioii to tlio ('hid' < ‘oimiii.ssioiici' of lauuls 
uml Woi ks to [iiirdiasii one liiiiHli ial and Hixty ( I (iO) 
aoros of lanil at Kootenay liakts dc.scrihrd an lollowa; 

Commencin}^ at a ataku on the cast shore of Koote- 
nay l,aki% liein^ al)ont I'J miles in a north-easterly 
dins'tion from the outlet of Kootenay Lake, said 
stake hi'iny on the north shore of a small hay; 
tluMiee true east It) ehains ; thence true north -10 
chains ; thence true west -10 chains, more or less, to 
the shore, line of Kootenay Lake; thence in a southerly 
direcdioii alony the meamlerings of the lake to the 
l)oint of commencement, and containing 1(30 acres or 
more. 

(IKO. J. AINSWtJRTll. 

Victorki, 5, 1882. 

N o 'r r c E . 



I HKRKBY CJIVK NOTICE that I intend to make 
application to the Chief Commissioner of J>nnds 
and Works to })Ui chase one liumlred and sixty (100) 
acres of land at Kootenay Lake, described as follows: 
Commencing at a stake about 4 miles in a northerly 
direction from the outlet of Kootenay Lake, and about 
20 chains south of the Hot Springs; thence from said 
stake tnie west 40 chains; thence true north 40 chains; 
thence true east 40 chains, more or less, to the west 
shore of Kootenay Lake; thence in a southerly direc- 
tion along the shore line of Kootenay Lake to the 
point of commencement, and containing 100 acres or 
more. 

GEO. .J. AINSWORTH. 

Victoria, Sept, o, 1882. 

Wo I C E . 



I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to make 
application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works to purchase one hundred and sixty (160) 
acres of land at Kootenay Lake, described as follows; 

Commencing at a stake on the west shore of Koote- 
nay Lake, about 4 miles north of the Hot Springs; 
thence true west 40 chains ; thence true north 40 
chains; thence true east 40 chains, more or less, to 
the shore line of Kootenay Lake; thence in a southerly 
direction along the shore line of Kootenay Lake to 
the point of commencement, and containing 160 acres 
or more. 

GEO. J. AINSWORTH. 

Victoria, Sept. 5, 1882. 

NOTICE. 



HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works 
to purchase one hundred and sixty (160) acres of laml 
at Kootenay Lake, and described as follows : — 

Commencing at a stake on the west shore of Koote- 
nay Lake, about 8 miles north of the Hot Springs; 
thence true west 40 chains; thence true north 40 
chains; thence true east 40 chains, more or less, to 
the shore line of Kootenay Lake; thence in a southerly 
direction along the shore line of Kootenay Lake to the 
point of commencement, and containing 100 acres or 
more. 

GEO. J. AINSWORTH. 

Victoria, Sept. 5, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to make 
application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres of 
land, situate on the South side of Rivers Inlet, on a 
small Bay, about 5 miles from the mouth of the River 
Wannuck. 

THOS. SHOTBOLT. 

Victoria, B.C., 8th September, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make application to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and W orks for pci’inission to purchase a small 
Island, containing about 100 acres, situated directly 
between Secretary and Narrow Islands, and nearly 
due North of Salt Spring Island. 

HOWARD FOSTER. 
Victoria, B.C., \8th September, 1882. 



N O I’ I C E . 



I IIEREB\' GIVE NOTICE that I intend to aj.ply 
to the (hiief ( !omiiii.Hsioiier of L.aiid.s .and Works 
for perniission to purcimse lifteen hundreil .-lei-e.s of 
land, more or less, Ix-ing an Island known asf.'onipton 
Island, situated in tlie entrance of W^ork’s (Channel 
anil I’ortl.-ind Inlet, alxiiit 6 miles north of I’ort iSinip- 
.son. St.-ike.s were placed on the ground on 1.6th 
August, 1882. 

.1. I). WARREN. 

Victoria, Sept. 8, 1882. 



isio r rcE. 



T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1 intend to 
lx make application to the Chief Conimi.ssioncr of 
Lands and IN'orks for permission to purchase Two 
hundred acres of land, situated in the Land Recording 
District of Osoyoos, and described as follows : — 
(Jommencing at a stake on the Southein boundary 
of Lot 106, about 6 chains fi^m the South-west corner 
of said Lot; thence true South, 14 chains; thence true 
Ea.st, 60 chains; then ;e true South, 40 chains ; thence 
true West, 40 chains : thence true North, 6!) chains 
more or less, to the Southern boundary of Lot 106; 
thence South-west, along the Southern boundary of 
Lot 106, to the point of commencement. 

.1. C. HAYNES 

Victoria, B.C., September "it h, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands .and 
Works for permission to j)urchase .'120 acres of unsur- 
veyed Government land, at “The Grange,” Pavilion, 
in the District of Lillooet, situated as follows : — 
Starting from a post at the South-west corner of A. 
M. Hartley's Pre-emption, and running in a Southerly 
direction a distance of 80 chains ; thence in an East- 
erly direction, 40 chains ; thence in a Northerly direc- 
tion, SO chains (to A. M. Hartley’s S.E. post); thence 
in a Westeily direction to starting point, 40 chains. 

A notice to the above effect has been posted on the 
said land. 

J. HARTLEY. 

Grange, l.s< September, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby^ given that I intend to 

make api>lication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lauds and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres 
of land, situated at Point Howitch, on the North bank 
of the Skecna River : — 

Commencing at a stake on the bank of a small Bay, 
West of Point Howitch, and running West, 40 chains; 
thence North, 40 chains ; thence East, 40 chains ; 
thence South, 40 chains, to the point of commence- 
ment. 

No mines or minerals are known to exist in the 
neighbourhood. 

W. H. DEHPSTER. 
Atierdeen, Skeena Biver, B.C., 

August 2'2ud, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to make 
J- application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and ^Vorks for i^ermission to jjurchase 160 acres of 
land (more or less), in Kootenay District, described as 
follows : — 

Commencing at a stake on the West shore of Koote- 
nay Lake, about 4 miles North of the Hot Springs, 
being the South-east stake of Geo. J. Ainsworth’s 
location; thence true West, 40chams; thence true 
South, 40 chains ; thence true East, 40 chains, more 
or less, to the shore line of Kootenay Lake ; thence in 
a Northerly direction, along the shore line of Koote- 
nay Lake, to the point of commencement. 

^ E. B. HARVIN. 

Victoria, September \Uh, 1882. 



414 



THE BRITISH COLUMBIA OAZETTE. [November 4th, 1882. 



NOTiCE. 

N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make application to the Cliief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 640 acres 
of land, situate at Hesexuiat Harbour, Vancouver 
Island : — 

Commencing at a j)oint North of and adjoining the 
Indian Ranch ; from thence West, SO chains ; from 
thence South, SO chains; from thence East, SO chains; 
and from thence, in a Northerly direction, to post at 
point of commencement. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Victoria, Awjuat 1SS2. 



NOTICE. 

OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I intend to 
make ap])lication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to puirchase 040 acres 
of land, situate on the i:)eninsula at Hesquiat, Van- 
couver Island, described as follows : — 

Commencing at a x>ost at the point called Sunday 
Rocks; from thence North, SO chains; from thence East, 
80 chains ; fro)u thence South, 80 chains ; from thence 
West, to iioint of commencement, 80 chains. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Victoria, Awjii.'^t 29tli, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I intend to 
make ap)plication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for x^ermission to x^urchase 160 acres 
of land, situate on Elores Island, West of Vancouver 
Island, described as follows ; — 

Commencing at a creek in large bay. South of Flores 
Island ; from thence North, 40 chains ; from thence 
West, 40 chains; from thence South, 40 chains; from 
thence along the coast, in an Easterly direction, to 
post at xJoint of commencement, 40 chains. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Victoria, Amjust 9.9th, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make ax^plication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for x^ermission to x^urchase 160 acres 
of land, situate on Flores Island, West of Vancouver 
Island, described as follows : — 

Commencing at a x^ost at the entrance of small inlet 
on the West coast of Flores Island, in Sydney Inlet ; 
from thence East, 40 cliains ; from thence South, 40 
chains; from thence West, 40 chains; from thence 
North, to point of commencement, 40 chains. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Victoria, Aii<iunt‘19th, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that i intend to 

make axqilieation to tlic Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works foi- ]iei'inission to xmrehase 640 acres 
of lanil, situate at Hesquiat Harbour, Vancouver 
Island, describeil as follows: — 

Commencing at a ])Ost, near Indian Ranch, on the 
West side of the harbour; fiom thence West, 80 chains; 
from thence South, 80 chains; from thence East, 80 
chains; and from thence, in a Northerly direction, to 
post at x>oint of commencement. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Viiioria, AnijiiKl .‘JO/A, 1882. 



NOTICE. 

I^OITCE IS 1IFREI1\ GIVl'lN that I intend to 
4-1 make ax)i)Iication to the Chief Commi.ssioner of 
Lands and Works foi- permission to i)urchase 640 acres 
of land, situate at Hcs(xuiat, Vancouver Island, des- 
cribed as follows: — 

Commencing at the South-east corner of claim at 
Sunday Rock ; fifim thence Ei’ist, SO cliains; from 
tlience South, 80 chains ; from thence West, 80 chains; 
from thence in a Noi therly direction, along tho coast, 
to post at point of commencement, SO chains. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 

Victoria, August 30th, 1882. 



IN'OTICE. 

N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make axqdication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for permission to x^urchase 320 acres 
of land, situate at Flores Island, ^Vest of Vancouver 
Island, described as follows : — 

Commencing at the South-west corner of No. 3 
claim; .from thence West, SO chains; from thence 
South, 40 chains ; from thence East, 80 chains ; from 
thence 40 chains North, to post at xmint of commence- 
ment. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Victoria, August 30lh, 1882. 



ISrOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make application to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for xjermission to x^urchase 160 acres 
of land, situate at Hesquiat Harbour, Vancouver 
Island, described as follows : — 

Commencing at a river in a cove on the East side of 
the harbour ; from thence 40 chains East ; from thence 
South, 40 chains ; from thence West, 40 chains ; from 
thence North, along the shore to x^iost at x^oint of com- 
mencement, 40 chains. 

REGINALD NUTTALL. 
Victoria, August 30th, 1882. 



ISTOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make axox>lication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works for xnermission to X)urchase 160 acres 
of land, situate at Hesquiat, Vancouver Island ; — 
Commencing at the South-east corner of Claim No. 
6 ; from thence East, 40 chains ; from thence South, 
40 chauis; from thence West, 40 chains; from thence 
North, 40 chains, to xmst at x>oint of commencement. 

JAMES FELL. 

Victoria, August 30th, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make ax^xilication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and AVorks for xjermission to Xjui’chase 160 acres 
of land, situate at Flores Island, West of Vancouver 
Island, described as follows : — 

Commencing at the North-Avest corner of Claim 
No. 7 ; from thence AVest, 40 chains ; from thence 
South, 40 chains ; from thence East, 40 chains ; from 
thence North, 40 chains, to x>ost at point of com- 
mencement. 

L. GOODACRE. 

Victoria, Avgust 30lh, 1882. 



]>TOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make aiqdication to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and AA'orks for permission to x>urcliase 160 acres 
of land, sitiiate at Hesquiat Peninsula, A’^ancouver 
Island, described as folloAvs ; — 

Commencing at North-east cotner of Claim No. 9; 
froni thence East, 40 chains ; from thence South, 40 
chains; fi'om thence AA'est, 40 chains; from thence 
North, 40 chains, to x^oint of commencement. 

AVm. P. SAYAVARD. 
\'ictoria, August 30th, 1882. 






N OIICE is HEREB\ GIA'EN that I intend to 
a])ply to tlic Chief Commissioner of Lands and 
AVorks for jiermission to x»irclmso 160 acres of land, 
situate at Hesquiat Harljour, A'ancouver Island, de- 
scribed as follows : — 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Father 
Brabant’s claim; from thence west 40 chains; from 
tlience nortli 40 chains; from thence cast 40 chains; 
from thence in a southerly direction to xiost at x^oint 
of commencement. 

, A. A. GREEN. 

1 ictoria, August 31, 1882. 





415 



Novkmiiku 4th, 188‘2.] 



TIIK HIMTISII COIilJMlUA 



(iAZKTTK. 



No^ricii]. 



O'l'IOK IS HKlMOnY (IIVI'IN tliiit 1 inti^nil to 
iiuiko applioiitioii to tin; CJliiof CuiiiniiHHioiiiir of 
Liiiuli) iiiul \VorkH for permiHsion to piirolmso HiO 
acres of luiul, situate at ll(W|uiat llarlsHir, N'ancoii- 
ver Island, <lo8cril)cd as follows: — 

Commonciiij' at tlio north west eorncr of No. 12; 
from theneo west 40 cl)ains; from thenco north 40 
chains; from theneo east 40 elniins; from theneo south 
40 eluiins to post at point of coinmeneeinent. 

THUS. SIlO'I'lfOLT. 

Victoria, AiiijuM .'fl, IS82. 



NOTICE. 

N OTTCK is HICREI'.Y given that I intend to 
make application to tho Chief Commissioner of 
Lands anil Works for permission to purchase 100 
acres of land, situate at F'lore’s Island, on the W^cst 
coast of Vancouver Island, described as follows: — 
Commencing at the north-west corner of Claim No. 
7; from thence north 40 chains; from thence west 40 
chains; from thence south 40 chains; fi-om thenco 
east 40 chains to post at point of commencement. 

c. c. McKenzie. 

Victoria, Aiti/iistS], 1882. 



N O T I C E 



I HEREBY GI\'E NO'l’ICE that I intend to make 
application to purchase 320 acres of land, situate 
on llescpiiat harhour, and described as follows: — 
Commencing at tlic north-cast corner, on the mouth 
of a creek near the residence of Father Bi-abant; 
thenco westerly 40 chains; thence northerly 80 chains; 
thence easterly 40 chains; thenco following shore line 
in a southerly direction to place of commencement. 

JOHN B. BRONDEL. 

Victoria, Sept. 4, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend 

making ajtplication to purchase one hundred 
and sixty acres of Ciwto land, situate on Texada 
Island, New Westminster District, British Columbia, 
bounded as follows: — 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the north- 
west quarter of section 3; thence true north 40 chains; 
thence true west 40 chains; thence true south 40 
chains; thence true east to ijoint of commencement. 

D. W. MOOR. 

Victoria, Aitfjust 31, 1882. 



nsroTicE 



N otice is hereby given that I intend 

making application to purchase three hundred 
and twenty acres of Crown land, situate on Texada 
Island, New Westminster District, British Columbia, 
bounded as follows: — 

Commencing at the south-east corner of the north- 
east of Section Four (4); thence true north 80 chains; 
thence true east 40 chains; thence true south 80 
chains; thence true west 40 chains to the initial point. 

WM. WILSON. 

Victoria, Angutst 14, 1882. 



:ntotice. 



OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I intend to 
make application to purchase three hundred 
and twenty acres of Crown land, situate on Texada 
Island, New Westminster District, British Columbia, 
bounded as follows: — 

Commencing at the north-west corner of the south- 
wq^t quarter of Section Two (2); thence true north 40 
chains; thence true east 80 chains; thence true south 
40 chains; thence west along the northern boundary 
of the south half of Section 2 to the i>oint of com- 
mencement. 

WM. DALBY. 

Victoria, August 14, 1882. 



JM O T I C E. 



N otice is iiereiiy given that i intend to 

make application to ptircliasc one hundred and 
sixty aci'cs (more or less) of Crown land, situate on 
'I'exada Island, New Westminster Distriel, Ilritish 
Columbia, bounded as follows: 

Commencing at a post on tho seashore, being the 
southeast corner of the iiorthwe.st ipiarter t)f .Section 
Four (4); thence true north to tho northeast corner of 
said quarter section; thence true east 40 cliains; 
thence true sold h 40 chains; thence true west to tho 
seashore; thence in a westerly direction, following 
the sinuosities of the coast, to the point of commence- 
ment. 

HY. SAUNDEIhS. 

Victoria, Avgust 14, 1882. 



INTOTTCE. 



N otice is HEITEBY given that I intend 

making ajiplication to purchase one hundred 
and sixty acres (more or lc.ss) of Crown land, situate 
on 'I'exada Island, New AYestminstcr District, British 
Columbia, bounded as follows: — 

Commencing at a stake ])laccd at the south-west 
eorncr of the south-east ipiarter of Section One (1); 
thence true north to the north-west conicr of .said 
quarter section; thence true west 40 chains; thenco 
true south to the sea shore; thence in an easterly 
direction, following the sinuosities of the seashore, to 
point of commencement. 

D. W. MOOR. 

Victoria, August 14, 1882. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY- 



Private Bills. 



A ll APPLICATION.^ for Private Bills, properly 
the subject of legislation by the Legi.slativo 
Assembly of British Columbia, within the jmrview of 
the “ British North America Act, 1807,” whether for 
tho ereption of a Bridge, the making of a Railroad, 
Turnpike Road, or TelegrajJi Line; tlie construction 
or improvement of a Harbour, Canal, Lock, Dam, or 
.Slide, or other like work; the granting of a right of 
Ferry; the incorporation of any particular trade or 
calling, or of any Joint .Stock Company; or otherwise 
for granting to any individual or individuals any 
exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or 
for doing any matter or thing which in its ojicration 
M ould affect the rights or property of other jiarties, 
or relate to any particular class of the community; or 
for making any amendment of a like nature to any 
former Act, — shall requii-e a Notice, clearly and dis 
tinctly specifying the nature and object of the applica 
tion, to be published as folloM^s: — ' 

A notice inserted in the BRm.sn Columih.v G.\zette, 
and in one ncM-spaper published in the District affect- 
ed, or if there be no ncM-spaper published therein, then 
in a neM^spaper in the next nearest District in which 
a neM'spaper is published. 

Such notice shall be continued in each case for a 
period of at least six M-eeks, during the interval of 
time betM-een the close of the next preceding Session 
and the consideration of the Petition. 

Before any Petition, pra 3 ung for leave to bring in a 
Private Bill for the erection of a Toll Bridge, is pre- 
sented to the House, the person or persons intending 
to petition for such Bill shall, upon giving the notice 
prescribed by the preceding rule, also at the same time 
and in the same manner, give notice of the rates which 
they intend to ask, the extent of the privilege, the 
height of the arches, the inteiwal betM'een the abut- 
ments or piers for the passage of rafts and vessels, and 
mentioning also whether they intend to erect a draw- 
bridge or not, and the dimensions of the same. 

THORNTON FELL, 

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. 





41G 



THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [Hovebibbr 4th, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend 

to make application to the Chief Commissioner 
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 160 
acres of land on the South Arm of Smith’s Inlet, and 
described as follows ; — 

Commencing at a post at low water mark, on the 
West side of a creek called Quasheilah ; thence 40 
chains Westerly along shore of inlet (towards Indian 
village) to North-west corner post ; thence Southerly, 
40 chains, to corner post ; thence Easterly, 40 chains, 
to corner post ; thence Northerly, 40 chains, along 
said creek, to place of commencement. 

W. E. BLACKETT. 
Victoria, Septemher 21 sf, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works 
to purchase, under Land Act, clause 8, Four hundred 
and eighty (4S0) acres of land, situated at the head of 
Winter Harbour, Quatsino, West coast of Vancouver 
Island, Quatsino District ; — 

Commencing at a j)ost marked I. North, and run- 
ning 40 chains W est to a post marked II. ; from thence 
120 chains South, to a post marked III.; 40 chains 
East, to a post marked IIII. ; thence to place of com- 
mencement. 

Notice posted September 1st, 1882. 

WILLIAM HARRISON. 



NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF, 

Pursuant to 

“Execution against Lands Act, 1874.” 



In the' Supreme Court of British Columbi.4, 



The BAjSTK of BRITISH COLUMBIA, 

V. 

N. F. FOSTER. 



I N OBEDIENCE to a Writ of Fi. Fa., issued out 
of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, at 
Victoria, on the 10th day of October, 1882, and to me 
directed in the above-named suit, for the sum of 
$738.40, together with Interest upon the said sum, at 
the rate of four per centum per annum, from the 28th 
February, 1882, besides SheriS’s fees and poundage, I 
have seized and will sell by Auction, at the front of 
my Office, Bastion Street, in the City of Victoria, on 
Mond.vy, the 27th day of November, 1882, at 12 
o’clock noon, the Lands belonging to the said N. F. 
Foster, as described in this advertisement, or sufficient 
thereof to satisfy Judgment Debt and e.xpenses in this 
action, subject to the following liabilities : — 

Nov. 23rd, 1880. — N. F. Foster to Henry Young. 
Mortgage to secure payment of the sum of .$5,000 on 
or before 17th November, 1881 ; Interest 9^ per cent, 
per annum ; and a.ssigned to Jane Dickson. 

26th August, 1881. — Mortgage to Leopold Lowen- 
berg, to secure payment of $1 ,000 on or before the 25th 
day of February, 1882, with Interest at 9 per cent, 
per annum, assigned to 'I’liomas Chadwick. 

27tli January, 1882. — Mortgage to Thomas Dodds 
and George Dougherty, to secure payment of the sum 
of .$5,000 on or before the 19th January, 1885 ; Interest 
at the rate of 7 per cent. 



notice. 

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works 
for permission to purchase 3,000 acres of laud, situate 
on the BVest side of Work’s Channel, about 15 miles 
from the entrance : — 

Commencing at a stake at high water mark, and. 
running 'West one mile. South three miles. East to 
Coast, and thence to point of commencement. 

R. H. HALL. 

Septemher Sth, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to make 
I application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands 
and Works to purchase One hundred and sixty acres 
of laud, situate on Penrose Island, at Kokum Bay. 

Commencing at a post mai ked A ; then running 
South, 40 chains, to a post marked B ; then running 
East, 40 chains, to a post marked C ; then running 
North, 40 chains, to a post marked D; thence 40 
chains, to point of commencement. 

MICHAEL HART. 

Victoria, October Qth, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



N otice is hereby given that I intend to 

make application to the Chief Commissioner of 
Lands and Works to purchase 160 acres of land, situ- 
ated on Valdes Island, Gulf District, described as 
follows : — 

Commencing at a stake situated on the North shore 
of Oj)en Bay, near the creek; thence West, 40 chains ; 
thence North, 40 chains; thence East, 40 chains; 
thence South, 40 chains, to the place of beginning. 

W. P. SAY WARD. 

Victoria, October 18^A, 1882. 



NOTICE. 



T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend to 
-L apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and 
Works to xiurchase, under “Land Act, 1882,” clause 1, 
one hundred and sixty-five (165) acres of land, situated 
on the "West end of Mudge Island, Nanaimo District: 
Commencing at a post on False Narrows, and run- 
ning due South eight (8) chains; then due West, 
twenty-one (21) chains; then due South, to Dodds 
Narrows; then "West, along coast line, to stake on 
Dodds Narrows; then due North, to similar stake on 
False Narrows ; then along the line of coast to start- 
ing point. 

Notice posted October 11th, 1882. 

DAVID S. R. ROBERTS. 



NOTICE. 

N otice is hereby gib EN that I intend to 

apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and 
Works for permission to purchase 1 60 acres of laud 
about 3 miles North of the waggon road on Bonaparte 
River: — 

Commencing at a .stake near the “mound ;” thence 
W est, 40 chains ; thence South, 40 chains ; thence 
li.ast, 40 chains ; thence North, 40 chains, to place of 
commencement. 

E. I'OUGHERTY. 

October %th, 1882. 



District. 


No. of 
Sections. 


Concise description of 
Property. 


Estate or 
Interest. 


Esquiinalt 


Clll.aiidCXVri. 
and Section VI. 


N 






Lake 


CXIII. & CXIV. 






Estate in Fee. 


Iligbland. 


1,2,3, 4,.'i,i;.0W 






Highland , 


1,2, .3, 4, 5, ll.l W 


/ 







Victoria, the 18th day of October, 1882. 

THOS. HARRIS, 

Sheriff. 



NOTICE 



XTOTICE IS HERLB\ GI\ EN that apidication 
4 ’ will be nuulo to the Legislative Assembly of the 
I rovmcc of British Columbia, at its next Session, for 
an Act to incorporate a Company to construct ’and 
work a line of Railway from some point on English 
Bay to some point at tlic tou n of Port Moo.Iy, in the 
District of New Westminster. 

GORDON E. CORBOULD, 
Solicitor for the Applicants. 

JSew n cstm'in.‘fter, 

November l.s/, 1882. 

Victors : Printed by Riciiari. Wou'kxdkn, Govenimont 
at the Government Printing’ Ollice, James’ Hay. miter,