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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. 


Vol. LII. 


VICTOUFA, FEP.RUARY 22.ni), 1912. 


[No. 8. 


Cbc lUntislj Columbia (!.5a;/tte. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 


Dcpai tmciit ol' Lands.— Gon/iiiwrd. 

Cariboo l)islrict.|Murvey of .Sections 7, 8, 0, 10, 15, 10, 17, 

and 18, Tp. 21 a))4 1412 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 33.')3, 0400, 0401, 0030 to 

0042, («1.5K. 0000 . . . ' ndi28 1402 

Cariboo District, survey ol Lota 3982 to 3980, 0524 , 0531, 

0.532, and parts of Lots 4538 and 4539 ndi28 1410 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 750, 767, 2074 to 2070. apll 1424 
Cariboo District, survey of Lots 2435, 2430, 2430, 2472, 

2473, 2.477 to 2479, 2484, 3825 to 3828, 4042 to 4044, 4238, 

4239, 4200, 4272, 4275 to 4270 apll 1424 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 5.379 to 5400, 5412 to 
.5415, 5417, .5419, .5421, .5424 to 5433, 5437 to 5439. . ,apl 1 1427 
tCariboo District, survey of Lots 2405, 2411, 2418, 2419, 


4225, 4247 to 4249, 4250 to 4205, 4207 to 4271, 4273, 

4274,0205,0200 ai)18 1308 

tCariboo District, survey of Lots 4549 to 4551 apl8 1594 

tCariboo District, survey of Lota 2372, 5422 apl8 1398 

tCassiar District, survey of Lot 793 apiS 1.594 

tCassiar District, survey of Lots 1990 to 2005, 2010, 2018, 

2020 aj>18 1.593 

tCassiar Di.strict, survey ol Lots 1075 to 1077 apl8 1398 

Cassiar District, survey of Lots 1377, 1409, 1402 a)ill 1424 

Ca-ssiar District, survey of Lots 375, 370 apll 1422 

Cassiar District, survey of l.ots 1955, 1956, 1959, 190C.aj>ll 1425 

Cassiar District, survey of Lot 88 mh28 1401 

Cassiar District, survey of Lot 21 mh7 1405 

Cassiar District, survey of Lots 1071 to 1074 mb? 1416 

Cassiar District, survey of Lot 2175 .ndi7 141 1 

Ca.ssiar District, survey of Lots 1011 to 1622 .... ... .f«29 1408 

Cassiar District, survey of Lots 157, 158 fe29 1407 

Cassiar District, survey of Lots 1282, 2127 mhl4 1403 

Cassiar District, survey of Lots 1876 to 1884, 1886 to 1954, 

19.57, 19.58, 1960 to 1904, 1960 to 1969, 1972 ap4 1412 

Clayo(]uot District, survey of Lot 1146 mh21 1409 

Coast District. Range 1, survey of Lots 1244, 1302, 1343, 

1349, 1350 mh21 1417 


Pagk. 

. 1392 


Appointments 

Proyincial Secretary’s Department. 

Assessment rolls, further extension of time for com- 
pletion of fe22 1393 

Assignment of certain water rights on Indian River to 
The Rrittinghiim & Young Co., Ltd., approval of ..fe22 1393 
Hospital for the Insane, New Westminster, inviting ten- 
ders for supplies mb 14 1393 

Hospital for the Insane, Vernon, inviting tenders for 

supplies mhl4 1394 

Provincial Home, Kandoops, invinng tenders for supplies 1394 

tResignation of A. E. Waterhouse as a J. P fe22 1394 

Revised Statutes, 1911, nowon sale mh7 1393 

Department of Lands. 

Alberni District, survey ol Lot 119 fe22 1418 

Barclay District, survey of Lot 363 mh7 1409 

Barclay District, survey of ]iarts of Sec. 10, Tp. 1 . . . . fe29 1407 

Board of Investigation to atljudicate on water claims in 
Railway Belt situate in Yale Water District . . mhl4 1419 

Board of Investigation to adjudicate on water claims 
situate within Railway Belt in Kamloopis Water Dis- 
trict mhl4 1419 

Board of Investigation to adjudicate on water claims in 

New Westminster District mh28 1414 

Cancellation of reserve of Lot 6623, Group 1, Kootenay 

District apll 1427 

Cancellation of reserve of Lot 1569. Group 1, New West- 
minster District ap4 1405 

Cancellation of reserve of portions of Townships 10 and 

12, Kootenay District ap4 1409 

Cancellation of reserve of Lot 2130, Group 1, New West- 
minster District ap4 1405 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 2390, 3874, 4041, 4895, 

4896, 6643,6644, 6646 to 66.57 mh2] 1426 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 0525 to 6530 mhl4 1403 

Cariboo District, survey of Lot 4557 mhl4 1414 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 3350, 3352, 3,360, 3362, 

4541 fe29 1 409 

Cariboo District, survey of Lot 4661 fe22 1418 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 2673, 4360, 4362, 4547, 

4548, 4552, 4.556, 4558, 4.5.59, 4,561 to 4.565, 6456. 0457. te22 1406 
Cariboo District, survey of Lots 2042. 3951, 3951 3953, 

3967, 39.58, 3963, 3972, 3973, 3976, .3981, 4956 to 49.58, 

4963, 4999, 6496 to 6498, 6501 to 6513, 6510, and Sec. 12, 

Tp. 53 mh7 1418 

Cariboo District, survey of Lots 5001 to 5010, 6025. . . ap4 1423 


Coast District, Range 2, survey of Lots 358 a, 358b, 

302a, .303a inh2l 

Coast District, Range 4, survey of parts of Sec. 24, 

Tp. 3 mh2l 

Coast District, Range 5, suryey of Lots 4633 to 4636.mh21 
Coast District. Range 5, survey of Lots 431 to 442, lil32 

to 1040, 1013, 1044, 4368, 4370 mh21 

Coast District, Range 4, survey of Lots 1815 to 1818, 1821 
to 1832 ; parts of Lot 1940 ; Lots 1940 a to 1918 . .mhl4 
Coast District, Range 1, survey of Lots 1299, 1.300 . .mhl4 
Coast District, Range 4, survey of Lota 1833 to 1852.mhl4 
Coast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 4079 to 4082, 

4712 mhl4 

Coast Di.strict, Range 5, survey of Lot 2730 mhl4 

Coast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 1045, 1046, 30.56, 

3098 . . . mh7 

Coast District, Range 5, survey of Lot 1892 . mh7 

Coast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 4118, 4713 to 

4715 fe-29 

Coast District, Range 1, survey of Lot 1314 fe29 

Coast District, Range 3, .survey of Lots 336, .593 fe29 

Coa-st District, Range 5, survey of Lots 910, 913 fc22 

Coast District, Range 1, survey of Lots 1352, 1354 ..mh28 

Coast District, Range 3, survey of Lots 734 to 739 . .mh28 

Coast District, Range 3, survey of Lots 320 674 to 680, 088 

4o 701 mh28 

Coiust Dis., Range .5. survey of Lots 430, 3080, 4011 .mh28 
Coast District, Rtinge 5, survey of Lots 428, 429 .. . mh28 

Coa.st District, Range 4, survey of Lot 751 ap4 

Coast District, Range 4, survey of Lots 1605 to 1675 

1751 to 1759 

Coast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 3194, 3498 a 3,502 
,3.503a, 3.507, .3510, 3513, 3,519a, 3524, 3.525, 3.528 to 353l’ 
3540 a, 3.541, 3544, 3549, 3550, 4627, 4028, 4705, 4706. and 

parts of Lots 3512, 3542, and 3548 ap4 

Coast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 1280 2i'77 334 5 
33.59, 3300, 3302, 3380. 3491, 3495, 3523, 3530, 3539 4083’ 
and 4629, and parts of Lots 3357, 3301, 3370, 3542, 3543 
and 3545 to 3548; and parts of Secs. 22, 28, and 33, Tp! 


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Lots 2624, 26'29, 2^8^ 

Coast District, Range 3, survey of Lot 713 !!!!!! anil 

Coast Distiict, Rangel, survey of Lot 1161 apll 

Lo*''®)' Distnet, Range 4, survey of Lots 1601a, 1663, 1723 

1/00, 1 / o9 mill 

3, survey of Lots85 to 88,'79:i,'794'apl8 

^«'55 to 16.58, 1740 apt 8 

tcoast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 3093, 3098 apl8 


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THE BKITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


Department of Lfimls— Continued. 
tCoast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 4379, 4381, 4385 
to 4391, 4394 to 4404, 4559 to 4561, 4565 to 4507, 4571 to 

4576 apl8 

tCoast District, Range 5, survey of Lots 4919 to 4931. .apl8 
Coast District, Range 4, survey Lots 1659 to 1662, 1712 to 

to 1722, 1724 to 1728, 1730 to 1737 apll 

Coast District, Range 2, survey of Lots 683, 693 apll 

Coast District, Range 1, surve.v of Lot 473 avill 

Cowichan District, survey of Lots 35, 36, 34, 43 to 46.fe29 
East Kootenay District, survey oj Lots 11078, 11080. inh28 

East Kootenay District, surve.v of Lot 10342 ap4 

East Kootenay Dittrict, survey of Lots 7.501, 9958, 10741, 

11027, 11039 ap4 

East Kootenay District, survey of Lots 7277 to 7282, 7284, 

7286, 7287 fe29 

East Kootenay District, surve.v of Lots 10317, 10318. .fe22 
East Kootenay District, survey of Lots 10315, 10310. inhl4 
East Kootenay District, survey of Lots 8272, 8273.. ..apll 
East Kootenay District, survey of Lots 10545, 10546, 10715, 

11033 apll 

tEast Kootenay District, survey of Lot 11028 apl8 

tEast Kootenay District, survey of Lots 10310 to 10312, 

10346, 10347 apl8 

Goldstream District, survey- of Lot 83 nihl4 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 1899, 2378, 2809. . .apll 

Kamloops District, surve.v of Lot 2626 apll 

Kamloops District, surve.v of Lots 2887 to 2890 . . . mh21 
Kamloops District, survey of Lots 1385, 1386, 1389 to 1391, 

2628, 2630, 2642 mh21 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 1388, 2473 to 2479, 2489, 
2490, 2492, 2493, 2495, 2495.4., 2497 to 2505, 2627, 2629, 

2631 to 2634, 26s0, 2641 fe22 

Kamloops Distriet, survey of 2421. fe29 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 1387, 1396, 1397, 1993, 

1994, 1996, 2515 to 2328 fe29 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 1740, 2392 mli7 

Kamloops District, surve.v of Lots 2811, 2422. mhl4 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 2480 to 2488, 2491, 2494, 

2496, 2509, 2510, 2529 to 2.534 . . .mhl4 

Kamloops District, survey- of Lot 2100 inh28 

Kamloops District, survey- of Lot 2180 mh28 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 2639, 2687 mh28 

Kamloops District, survey of Lots 2315 to 2327, 2832, 

2833 ap4 

Kamloops District, survey of Lot 2686 ap4 

Kamloops District, survey- of Lots 12.57 to 1259 ap4 

tKamloops District, surve.v of Lots 2174 to 2179, 2182. apl8 

t Kamloops District, surve.v of Lot 2007 apl8 

tLillooet District, survey of l.ots 1543, 1792 to 1791, 1796, 

1797, 1801, 2080 to 2082, 2669 apl8 

Lillooet District, surve.v of Lots 1862 to 1865, 1868 to 1873, 

1879 to 1881 ■ ap4 

Lillooet District, survey- of Lots 393, 2743 to 2750. . .nih28 
Lillooet District, survey- of Lots 395, 633, 634, 639..mh21 
Liilooet District, survey of Lots 394, 631, 632, 635, 637, 
638, 6)0 to 642, 646, 647, 647 a, '2973 to 2979, 2982, 2987 

to 2993, 2999, 3000, 3003 mhl4 

Lillooet District, survey of Lots 699 to 701, 705 to 715, 901 

to 904 inh7 

Lillooet District, survey of Lots 2226, 2232, 3041. . . .mh7 

Lillooet District, survey of Lots 2236, 2239. . fe22 

New Westminster District, surve.v Lots of 2477, 3315. apll 
New Westminster District, surve.v of Lot 2385, 2954 .a))!! 

New Westminster District, survey of Lot 1527 mlVil 

New Westminster District, survey- of Lots 2373, 3202 to 

3207 mh21 

New Westminster Dis., survey- of Lots 3350 to 3360. . .fe29 

New Westminster District, surve.v of Lot 3110 mh7 

New Westminster District, survey of Lots 2368, 2711, 2912 

to 2915 nih7 

New Westniit)ster District, survey of Lots 1958, 1959, 

1960, 1978, 1979 mlil4 

New Westminster District, survey of Lots 2370, 311 l.mhl ) 
New Westmin.ster District, survey of Lots 3367, 3'i68.n]til4 

New Westminster District, surve.v of Lot 2840 nih28 

tNew Westminster District, survey of Lots 2465, 3288 to 

3292, 329,5 to 3299, 3301 to 3309 apl8 

tNew Westminster District, survey of Lots 2461 to 2464, 

3373, 3374 at) 13 

tOsoyoos District, survey of Lot 3458 apl8 

Osovorrs f)istrict, survey of Lots 3616, 3617, 3963, 3964, 

3960 to 3970 mli28 

Osoyoos District, survey of l.ots 3706, 4162, 4103. . . . mh7 
Dsoyoos District, surve.v of parts of .See. 13, T|>. 31 .mlil l 

Osoyoos District, surve.v of Lots 2422, 4n70 apll 

tQueen Charlotte Islands District, surve.v of Lot 1971 .n|)13 
ttiueen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 747, 967, 

1657 to 1070, 1073 to 1681 apl8 

ttlueen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 1082 to 

1693, 1695 to 1698, 1701 to 1702, 1713 to 1716 ai>l8 

tQueen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 340, 315, 

1.520 . .apl8 

Queeii Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lot.s 995, 1717 
(^ueen Charlotte Islatids District, survey of Lots 338, 1518, 

1519 jtP'l 

Queen Charlotte Islands District, surve.v of Lots 1475 to 

1478 

Queen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 55, 57, 

1313 

Qtieen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots .56, 1342, 

1479 to 1186 

Qtieen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 1487 to 

14!),5 mhl4 

Queen (,'harlotte Islands District, survey of Lot 1707Mnhl4 
Queen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 1703 to 
1706, 1708 to 1711, 1718 to 1724, 1726 to 1741, 1743 

1744, 174.3, 1719 mh7 

Queen Charlotte Islands District, survey of Lots 1344 to 

1354, 1627 ’ nitu 

Renfrew District, survov of Lots 390 to 394, 396 to 410, 

413 ‘ apll 

Renfrew District, surve.v of Lots 4.52, 554 fo29 

Renfrew District, survev of r.ols 571, .573a mh21 

tRcserving Crown lands in vicinity of Sugar Lake, Osoyoos 

District mh21 

Rupert District, survey of Lots 100, l(d, 673 fc29 

Rupert District, survey of Lot 79 nihl4 


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Department of Lands.— Conchtded. 

tRupert District, survey of Lot 672 apl8 1594 

Rupert District, survey- of Lot 102 nih7 1411 

Rupert District, surve.v of f.ot 826 apll 1397 

Say ward District, survey of Lots 306, 307 mh21 1426 

Sayward District, survey of Lots 721, 722, 723 ap4 1401 

Similkameen District, surve.v of Lots 1566s, and parts of 

Secs. 3, 10, and 11, Tp. 28 nih28 1402 

Similkameen District, surve.v of Lot 1.565s iuh21 1417 

Similkameen District, survey of Lot 1434s nih21 1426 

Similkameen District, survey of Lots 521s, .522s, 710s, 

711s, 10488, 1050s fe29 1408 

Similkameen District, survey of Lots 1628s, 1632s to 

1G37S fe22 1406 

Similkameen District, survey- of Lots 6S6s, 688s fe22 1406 

Similkameen District, survey of Lots 1.562s, 1563s. .. .fe22 1416 
Similkameen District, survey of Lots 155.5s, 156)s. . ..mh7 1411 
Similkameen District, survey of Lots 1.587s, 1.588s ...mh7 1412 

Similkauieen District, survey- of Lot 1422s mhl4 1403 

tSimilkameen District, survev of Lots 712s, 714s,. apl8 1594 

tSimilkameen Dist., survey of Lots 112s, 13‘z7s, ls70s .apl8 1398 
Texada District, surve.v of Lois 269, 270 ......... mh21 1417 

tWater claims in New Westmin.ster Water District within 

the Railway Belt, adjudication of fe29 1399 

tWater rights on hot springs at Lake Lakelse, Skeena Dis- 

triot, adjudication of. mh28 1592 

tWest Kootena.v District, surve.v of Lot 9365 aplS 1595 

tWest Kootena.v District, survev of Lots 9354, 93.56 to 93.59, 

10620 to 10624, 10817 ' Apl8 1398 

West Kootenay District, survey of Lots 10646, 10647. apll 1422 
West Kootenay District, survey of Lots 9355, 10580.. apll 1427 

West Kootena.v District, surve.v of Lot 10613 mh21 1426 

West Kootenay District, surve.v of Lot 9184 mh21 1416 

West Kootenay- District, survey of Lots 8604, 8605, 10623, 

10626 mhl4 1415 

West Kootenay- Distritt, survey- of Lot 9183 inh7 1^416 

West Kootena.v District, survey of Lot 10602 fe29 1407 

West Kootenay District, survey of Lot 10605 fe29 1412 

West Kootenay District, survey- of Lots 10574, 10575, 

10577 to 10579, 10600, 10601 fe22 1406 

West Kootenay District, survey- of Lot 104.39 fe22 1416 

West Kootenay District, survey- of Lot 10640 mh28 1402 

West Kootena.v District, survey of Lot 10396 ap4 1404 

West Kootenay District, survey of Lots 10443 to 10445. ap4 1404 
West Kootenay District, survey- of Lots 8982 to 8987. .ap4 1416 
Yala District, surve.v of Lot 475 fe22 1418 


Department of 'Works. 

tDog Lake Road, Similkameen District, establishing. mh21 1396 
tFive-Mile Road, Similkameen District, establishing. mh21 1396 
Four-gate oonorete sluice, inviting tenders for construc- 
tion of fe22 1395 

Gadsden Road, Columbia District, establishing fe22 1395 

Headwater Lakes Road, Okanagan Dis., establishing. fe29 1395 
tLumby school-house. Inviting tenders for erection of .mh7 1598 
tOffice annex. Gov’t Buildings, Victoria, inviting tenders 

for erection of fe22 1396 

fPenticton and Fish Lake Road, Similkameen District, 

establisliing mh21 1396 

tRichter Mountain Road, Similkameen District, establish- 
ing ndi21 1398 

Sooke Wharf Road, est.ablishing fe29 1396 

Victoria-Nanaimo Trunk Road to Malahat Drive, establish- 
ing fe29 1395 

Yellow Lake or Marrion Valley Road, Similkameen Dis- 
trict, establishing fe29 1395 

tWarehouse, Printing Department, Victoria, inviting ten- 
ders for erection of fe22 1396 


Department of Agriculture. 
tGraham Island Farmers’ Institute, authorizing organiz- 

.ation of mhl4 1395 

Moyic Valley Farmers’ Institute, incorporation of fc29 1397 

Slocan Lake Agricultural Association, incorporation of.fe29 1397 

Education. 

tKimlierly School District, reducing status of fe22 1397 

tNotcli Hill School District, redefining fe22 1397 

Jluiiicipal Klectious. 

tBurnaby Municipality fe22 1581 

ti'oint Grey Municipality fe22 1.578 

1‘rivatc Rills. 

Crease & Crease— Trustees of Christ Church Tnist Estate, 

to define powers of mh7 1491 

MeDiarmid, F. — Aiipiic,ation by Victoria City for 
g-rcater power re expenditure on puldic library. .mh7 1491 
Roliertaon & Heisterman — Vancouver Grain Exahange, to 

incorporate mh7 1492 

.Sim|)son, .1. H.— Tramw.a.v lines between Nanaimo and 
neigbliouring points, to authorise Nanaimo City to 

construct and operate fe29 1491 


Assigumciit Notices. 

Brown & Matthews fe29 1.57.5 

tCobley , George 1577 

F. .). Sauve & Co mb? 1.576 

Fietctier, Artliiir Bernard feg2 1075 

Kolts & Taylor, Ltd ’ . . .fe22 1575 

l.atimer J(t Towell . . . tidiH 1576 

tNevin, David fe22 1575 

tOlcott, Brockman & Co fu22 1576 

Rawcnc Cafe ’mhl4 1576 

West End Grocer 1576 

Apiilicatious to Lease Lauds. 

Aird. .lamas {g22 1492 

Aird, .lames tg.22 1493 

tBal)ington, Hume . aplH 1589 

Clav, Charles 4492 

Garde. Alfred Christian ^49.2 

Lc.Molitor, .loac]ih .aii4 1492 

MacKinnon, .loiin Mci.ellan, and Reginald Bertram 

I'otton (g.2.2 ]49.2 

I'billip.s, Arthur „i|,2i 1492 

Rolicrtson, .lames I’lrie 1492 

tWasliluirn, Stanley apl8 1580 

Wilson, Chas. M apll 1493 


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Akiicw, Ktttlilooii 

AniiMlroiiK, W. H., A. Moirisoii, W. H. DilmurH. and 

It. AriiiHtroiiK “I’J 

Haillio-lluiidKoii, Arthur ViTinm iidill M.'l 

llaliilirulKe, llarriut Jaiio “I’*' 

ItailHuii, lloliert iidiiS II 111 

Hall, 

t llaiiibur, Hour}' Kclway tJwyer ujilS IjJI 

Harloolior, Louis “I‘f 

liutos, Kditli laioy “t’!f ! , 

llulus, (ieor;{0 ‘‘P* ! 

Hates, Louisa Sophia ajdl 14li.j 

Hates, Herbert llovvartli “P'l 

Heaeh, VVillium l'’re(lerick Hicks iuu21 1447 

Heaeh, Kllis Hicks " , "il i 

Heacii, Susan Hicks • xdi-* J”;’ 

Hellrinuer, A. H aP^ 

Hoiisoii, .loliii Silvester 

Hereiis, Katie , 

tlSickie, John “P**^ 

tHird, Ida May M' « l'.> ' 

tHird, Thoiuas John nP ° ^'7” 

tHlaiuhet, Hose P “P}? 

Hlaiid, Arnold iuhl4 14J1 

Hlenning, J. J ‘‘P^ 

Hluinhort;, Frederick ’‘I,';,', 

Hoyd, Jolin Moorhead '• 7“'* 'yl', 

Hoyd, Gavin J 1^'^ ’ 

Hoyes, “P"* 

Uoyes, John Kobert “P* 

Hrawn, Frank «« 

Hrawn, Harry "'‘'l.t 

Hrewcr, 0. Verne 

Hrewer, Hurton Vivian 7'-" 

Hrickendon, Edward • nilrJl 144.t 

Hricker. Irvinjf E ‘"/’'il 

Hrown, Howard I) 

Brown, Gordon Keiup luhliS 1400 

Brown, Oscar M ’ip4 1437 

Buchanan, Marshall 1) apt 1441 

Hiidd, Frank .1 143J 

Hudd, Lizzie G fe22 1434 

Hudd, Harry N 1134 

Budd, William J 1432 

Bushcll, James uih21 1444 

Calhoun, Noah Webster apll 1403 

Cameron, John D mh'Zl 144(3 

Cameron, Peter ap4 1441 

Cameron, B. P ap4 1439 

Card, Ephraim D mh28 1430 

Carwithen, Restinald apll 14(53 

Carwithen, Christian apll 14(33 

Carwithen, George William apll 146.') 

Carwithen, Henry Luder apll 1462 

Carwithen, Alfred John apll 14(55 

Carwithen, Margaret B apll 14(35 

Carwithen, Margaret apll 14(33 

Chalmers, Christina ap4 1460 

Chalmers, Elizabeth ap4 1449 

Chalmers, Jas. C ap4 1433 

Chilcott, John William mhl4 1431 

Clayton, Vincent nih7 1433 

Clayton, Elizabeth C ap4 143.5 

Cole, B. R ap4 1438 

Colthurst, Gwendolen B fe22 1432 

Connolly, W. G ap4 1449 

Converse, Alvna ap4 1435 

Converse, Cora J .ap4 1440 

Converse, Effiie D ap4 1401 

Converse, Eltham D ap4 1461 

Converse, Emma ap4 1461 

Converse, Fay B’ ap4 1442 

Converse, B'ern K ap4 1435 

Converse, Fielder W ap4 1461 

Converse, L. Bruce ap4 1442 

Converse, Lloyd ap4 1435 

Converse, Mvrne J ap4 1439 

Converse, Miner ap4 1438 

Converse, Nona ap4 1435 

Converse, Ralph ap4 1435 

Cowen, John H mh21 1416 

Cowie, Frederick D mhl4 1460 

Crain, Peter Roy apll 1463 

Crawtord, Robert mhl4 1458 

Crichton, Aleck mh21 1447 

Cross, Agnes VV ap4 14,59 

Cross, Bella W ap4 1459 

Cross, Walter W ap4 14.59 

Cullen, Harold J., and Richard W. Wilkinson fe22 1434 

Curtis, Horace P ap4 1439 

Curtis, Mittie Helena ap4 1439 

Curtis, Sydney P ap4 1439 

David, Joseph ap4 1438 

Dean Evans S mh21 1445 

tDeming, Caroline aplS 1.591 

tDeming, Elisabeth apl8 1591 

Denner, Edith ap4 1435 

Dennis, Fred Williamson nih21 1446 

Dent, R. L ap4 1441 

Dewar, Robert fe29 1590 

tDisque, Kenneth Hulbert apl8 1591 

tDisque, Mrs. Kenneth H aplS 1591 

Dohaney, George mh21 1445 

Douglas, Mabel Adelaide mh]4 1431 

Dryden, James Mitchell ap4 1461 

Dutcher, Howard K ap4 1440 

Eakin, William ap4 1436 

Eakin, William James ap4 1436 

Edgeley, William ap4 1437 

Edgewood Lumber Co., Ltd mhl4 1431 

Edwards, Clyde ap4 1461 

Elkins, B'red J nih21 1445 

Ellis, Beatrice inhZS 1466 


pplicHtiims tu l-iiri'liaHC, LiukIh. ConUnue.d. 

ElliM, William 

Elmore, F. 1 1 14.).^ 

Ihaiis, ('. A. , 4 )4;4(| 

Fuweelt, Allison |4j,y 

Fouan, Lizzie ' ’ * f,.o9 145.5 

Fegan, C. P \ 1132 

Fitzgerald, |,r,4 

Flanagan, Haines ......apt 1441 

Fleining, R. i4-,(| 

Floier, Dorothy , 4 ,44^ 

Fogg, Harry , 14,14 

Fraser, G. I ^,,4 1440 

Freeiuun, Robert 1) , ,4^ 

Freer, Lemuel ■ ,, ,4,1^ 

B, lend, John 4 ,4.„ 

(laiiL'C, ...i.'ai \iaa 

Gardner, Carl -j 444, j 

i;».;he^c:^ 

/. I> . VI' .... H4n 

,11.11, Roy w . ....... a|)4 1436 

(Godfrey, Sarah Jane “ \ 

Gosiiell, William J j 

Graham, Robert *7“ 

Grant: S.Le cogue 't‘4 t 3 

Green, Hanna .Mary 

Grout, Beatrice Leiioru “P^ 1400 

Grout, James “'.’4 14^ 

Hale, Susan "“2 1444 

Hale, Colston 

Hale, >'>'>2' 445 

Hall, P. Hyng 1‘'29 14.^)0 

Hall, Kathleen | 

lialh Muriel 15yi»b' \\,1. 

Haller, .Miriam *^‘-7 J**''*/ 

ilalliday, J. W 1443 

Hamly, L. C |^P4 144 | 

ilaniia, Joseph B'raticis mh-8 1460 

llaiinaii. Harry 

Hardy, John George 'll’*! '402 

Hard.v, Mabel ai’.'l '402 

Har;frave, VVilliajn H mh? 14‘-9 

Harrington, Lotta M ''pl 14'*6 

ilarrisoii, William '"''7 1428 

Harrison, James "'1'^ 1448 

Haswell, Alice Pearce bpH 1464 

Haswell, Elliot Alexander apll 1463 

Haynes, Gertrude f''22 1434 

Heelman, Elizabeth l'■p4 1440 

Henry, John f‘'29 1451 

Hickman. Zach. B' 9,p4 1441 

Hooker, Reginald 3.p4 1428 

Holhtook, Stanley 14'|>2 

Hohiigreii, Charles Augustus fe22 1429 

Hook, Maud »1'4 1449 

Horton, Maurice "■1*4 1438 

Hunter, Bldiia Ravelle nih28 1466 

Hunter, Harold Ware apH 1464 

Hurst, Norman fe29 1452 

tHutehiiisoii, Mrs. E. F apl8 1591 

Ives, Edwin R. J aplB 1464 

JacKsoii, B'red fe29 1451 

Jackson, B'raiicis N ap4 1441 

t.lackson, B'rank A apl8 1591 

James, Tom H fe29 1457 

Jaynes, William Pen nih21 1447 

Jeffs, Silvatius John ...ap4 1449 

Jenkins, Carl H fo29 1453 

Jessop, Napier A fe29 1456 

Jessop, Wiiinifred fe29 1456 

Johnson, Caroline nili21 1444 

Johnson, Peter nili21 1447 

Johnson, Albert V mh7 1448 

Jehnsoii, Richard B ap4 1440 

Johnson, Allan G apll 1462 

Johnson, Robert apll 1464 

Johnston, George Chalmers mh28 1428 

Johnstone, Marsh mh21 1443 

Jones, Stanley fe.29 1590 

Jordan, William Lavington fe29 1451 

Kambara, Ishio ... .apll 1465 

Keenan, Nora at)4 1439 

Kenney, Lorari Tremaine fe29 1429 

Kenning, Carl C nih21 1445 

Kerruish, Marie fe29 1457 

King, Alexander ap4 1449 

King, Cora apll 1464 

Kinmoiid, Robert Duff apll 1464 

Knight, Frances Jasper fe22 1432 

Knight, Alexander fe22 1432 

Kippen, Janet ir.hl4 1458 

Koch, Ernst ap4 1433 

Kojiiiia, Henry Rinnosuke apll 1465 

(Lailey, William Nicholson apl8 1598 

La Croix, Gabriel fe29 1429 

Lamb, Charles fe29 1456 

Lamb, Belle fe29 1454 

Lang, Raymond J mh21 1447 

Landry, Harry 1 ,i,h7 1433 

Laubaeh, Forrest ap4 1442 

Lewis. Dan '..'.'.nihl4 1431 

Lilulsay, .lulia Isabel fe29 1-151 

William Robert .! .fe29 1451 

Tjloj^d, Violet A fe22 1434 

Logan, Fred. M lies ' ' '. ' mh28 1 466 

Lundgren, B'red mh28 1428 

Lyon, A M ' fe29 1460 

Lyons, Reed S ap4 1440 

apl 1438 

McCallum, Jennie C an4 1449 

McCumber, Ethel ap4 1436 

McDonald, W. S., and Hugh Wilson apll 1462 

MoEwaii, Alexander ap4 1469 


1390 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912 


Applications to Purc.liase Lands.— Coniinwerf. 


ilcEwan, Thomas ap4 1459 

McDonald, Robert “P-* 

McKay, George Nelson fe’29 1590 

McKay, Robert ap4 1436 

IMcKeen, Charles Edward ajdS 1592 

McKenelle\', G. C ap4 1461 

McKenzie, Alexander mh21 1443 

McLean, Andrew Stel mhl I 1431 

McLean, John McKenzie inh23 1430 

McLeod, John inh 2 l 1443 

McLin, Robert E np-t IdJl 

McMillan, Guy ndil4 1453 

MacDonald, James Grant, mh7 1433 

MacKenzie, Roderick fe29 1457 

Mann, Win ap4 1449 

Mansergh, Joshua ... inhll 1431 

Markow, Otto ap4 1439 

Marshall, M. S ap4 1440 

tMarshall, Mary ayilS 1598 

Martin, liarry fe29 1451 

Matthews, Claude mh‘21 1443 

Maxwell, Frederick S fe29 1452 

Mecredyj John E n)h21 1446 

Merrill, Joseph C fe29 14.53 

Merrill, Margaret fe29 1456 

.Merrill, Aimee fe29 1455 

Merrill, Clarissa ap4 1436 

Millard, Thomas fe29 1451 

Montgomery, Win. B ap4 1439 

Morgan, Byron M mh21 1445 

4 Morrison, James Hodgins apl8 1591 

tMorrison, Charles aplS 1591 

Moseley, Roy mh'28 1466 

Muckleslon, Ralph mh21 1413 

Muir, Douglas Dry den fe22 1450 

Murie, James H ap4 1141 

Muller, Henry Gustave mh7 1428 

Mullin, James fe29 1455 

fliunro, Alice mh7 1430 

Murdoch, William nihl4 1431 

■Murray, Donald Collingwood fe29 1451 

tNagaya, Gen apl8 1590 

Nash, James ap4 1459 

Nelson, Guy ap4 1435 

Nelson, Arthur W fe29 1453 

Newman, William nihl4 1458 

Nicolls, Andrew fB22 1450 

Nicholson, Daniel D mh28 1466 

O’Brien, Phillip Ie29 1454 

O’Connor, Patrick fe29 1452 

O’Fallon, Filzhngh J ap4 1437 

Okada, Sode apll 1465 

tOhphant, John apl8 1590 

Onaka, .Masami apll 1462 

O’Neill, Bernard mh21 1430 

Orr, Allan fe29 1454 

Orr, Christina pi 1438 

tljsawa, Rinnosuke apl8 1590 

Parker, .Morris G mh7 1448 

Parker, G. C ap4 1440 

Patterson, Sophie fe22 1450 

Patterson, Robert ap4 1437 

Peabody, Ned fe29 1454 

Pedlar, William Clare fe29 1456 

Pedlar, Joseph Ie29 14.56 

Perdue, George Ie29 1453 

Peters, W. O np4 1438 

I’eterson, Fred mh21 1445 

Peter.son, Oris fe29 1453 

Pettingell, Benjamin Care.y, .Sr fe22 1434 

Pettingell, Benjamin Care.v, Jr fe22 1450 

Pettingell, .Ioanna fe22 1434 

Pettingell. .loseph E fe22 1434 

Piticock, Herbert II apll 1464 

Pring, C. N mlil l 1430 

Prins, Simon mh7 1433 

Prudem, Ovila fe29 14''4 

Rainsa.v, Thomas .M nil'.21 1445 

Reid, .lames mh7 1448 

Reid, A. Fraser !i]il 1441 

Rice, Robert ndi21 1443 

Rigler, Sidney mb 14 1431 

Robbins, Agnes Hyacinth fe29 1454 

Roberts, Ben mh28 1460 

Rodenbcrger, Cal ap4 1437 

Kodenberger. Anna ap4 1438 

Roper, Winnifred feVO 1429 

Roper, Ethel fe29 1457 

Roper. Florence fe29 1429 

Roi>er, May apll 1464 

Rothwell, Burrows Henry inli21 1428 

Rothwell, Horatus Leven mh21 1430 

Hoy, Henry fc29 1433 

tRowhottoni, Annie apl8 1592 

Kudge, Katiierine mhH 1458 

Riiilge, Harry mhl4 1458 

Ryan, John Alfred nih21 1444 

Ryan, David ai>4 1461 

.Sager, Frank H fe29 1453 

Schomer, John. fe29 1433 

.Schorn, l.ouis fe20 1590 

Schrciber, Owen Phillipps mh28 1429 

Schumacher, George apt 1412 

.Scott, John spl 1437 

Sahinden, Peter mh2H 1466 

Shannon, .lohn fe29 1429 

.Sheehan, Charles fe29 1428 

Shapland, George mh21 1414 

Sihhald, I’eter ap4 1461 

.Sinclair, John R fe22 14.50 

.Smith, Edward Herl)ert mlw 1430 

Sneyd, Florence .Myra fe29 1452 

.Sondheim, Edward aiH 1440 

Sovis, Edward nih7 14(8 

Spenoer, diaries Herbert ap4 143() 

Spring, Homer mh7 1448 

Sprott, Henry n»h21 1445 


.Applications to Purc.liase Lands.— Concfwded. 

Sprott, Arthur Frederick mh21 1445 

Stiuire, Evelyn M 1434 

Stephens, William A fe22 1432 

Steohens, Charity te22 1450 

Stephens, H. T ap4 1442 

Stephens, L. E ap4 1439 

Stevens, Wirt A tc29 1453 

Stevenson, Percy {e29 1456 

Stevenson, Herbert Craddock fe29 1455 

Stewai t, George T mh21 1443 

Stitt, Ormond ap4 1441 

Stone, VViiliam John fe22 1460 

Sutherland, Hattie fe29 1455 

Sutherland, Abram fe29 1455 

Sutherland, Eliza .. .fe29 1455 

Sutherland, Herbert mh28 1460 

Sutton, Gwendolen H fe29 1457 

Sutton, Ada fe29 1457 

Swanson, diaries O mh7 1448 

Swimin, Fred mh21 1444 

Swords, Roliert fe29 1433 

Taite, Hamilton fe29 1453 

Takahashi, Kikusuke apll 1465 

Talbot, William Allen fe22 1450 

Tate, Edward J apll 1462 

Tattersfield, Alfred apll 1464 

Tatum, George fe29 1454 

Taylor, Benjamin ap4 1459 

Ta 3 lor, Frank ap4 1461 

Tennent, Charles fe29 1457 

Thieke, Margaret ap4 1440 

Thompson, Alfred P fe29 1453 

Thomson, IVilliam B mhl4 1430 

Tokunaga, Kurata apll 1465 

Toms, A ap4 1442 

Tottenham, Raymond mh21 1443 

Tufts, Stewart St. Clair mh28 1430 

Turner, Hilda Beatrice fe29 1452 

Updike, L. C ap4 1442 

Van Aiken, Martin fe29 14.54 

Verdier, George apll 1463 

Verschoyle, lole Hylla mh21 1447 

Vigay, Arthur mh21 1447 

Walker, Arthur T fe22 1428 

Walker, Louis Judson fe29 1452 

Walker, W. W ap4 1438 

Wall, Edmund James, Sr fe22 1432 

Wallace, Albert H fp29 1428 

Wallace, Louise fe29 1448 

Walsh, Ilerbert G inh21 1447 

IVells, Amos fe29 1460 

West, Albert fe22 1450 

Weltman, W. E ap4 1438 

Whittaker, Charles J ap4 1435 

Whitecros, Elisabeth ap4 1437 

Whitworth, Gilbert fe22 1434 

Wilson, Edith apll 1462 

Wilson, Freilerick I.evi fe29 1457 

Wilson, Harry Sutherland fe29 1452 

fWilson, Alexander Wm apl8 1598 

Wilson, .Alexander mh28 1446 

Wilson, T. E mh28 1466 

Wilson, Walter ap4 1437 

Wil.son, William ap4 1459 

Winstanle.v, Edward George Wolfe mh21 1447 

Winter, George Edward nih28 146G 

Wood, Frederic Gordon Campbell fe22 1429 

IV’oodeock, l.ouisa .Marion apll U63 

Woodrnm. Harry A ap4 1437 

Yeandle, Frederick James mhl4 1458 

Vorston, Ernest .A fe29 1452 

Young, Edgar J fe29 1451 

Tax Notices. 

Barkerville Assessment District fe22 1493 

Kettle River Assessment District fe22 1493 

fPrinceton .Assessment District mhl4 1580 

Soutli Nanaimo, North Nanaimo, and Nanaimo Cit.v 

Assessment Districts fe2J 1493 

tTelograph Creek Assessment District mhl4 1580 

Dominion Orders in Connei'!. 

Exchange of certain lands In Yoho Park Reserve fe22 1575 

Sale of certain lands in Kailw.ay Belt to .Mr. E. Tliomas, 

authorising mh7 1360 

Transferring administration of water-riglits to Provincial 

Government fe22 1674 

Water Notices. 

tliabington, H. B., ajijilication for water record on Mc- 
Donald Creek fe29 1589 

tB. C. Anthracite Co.al Co., I.tiL, ajijilication for water 

record on Currier Creek apl8 1578 

tB. C. .Sonihern Railw.av Co., application for licence to 

clear Boll River, East Kootenay mhl4 1578 

liritiHh Canadian Lnniher Corporation l.td., applieation 

for water record on .Aiin Lake and Aiin River fe22 1577 

Fraser Lake Water and Power Co., Ltd., application for 

water rceor.l on Stcl'aiino River fe22 1578 

Fraser l/ike Water and Power Co., Ltd., ap))lir»lion for 

water record on Stella(|uo River fo22 1578 

t.MeKay, L., applieation for water record on Jim Black’s 

Lake mhl4 1577 

New WesMninster City, ap))lieation for water record on 

.Silver Creek , fe22 1577 

Wallace, Pe'er, a]>i)lication for water record near New- 
comhe Harbour fe22 1578 

Registration of Extra-Provincial Companies. 

American Cement Plaster Compan\ fe29 1496 

tE.arlos-Cleary Lumber and .Shingle’Coiniiany mhl4 1574 

Elmer k .Moody Co mh7 1496 

Felten & Gnilleanme Carlswerk Actien-Ocsellschaft...fe22 L506 

Fnlton .Manufacturing Company mii? 1497 

t.Main Belting Company ‘ mhl4 1509 

.Muller & Haas Company of Washington fe22 1494 

tSherwin-Williams Company nihl4 1609 

Whiton Hard war* Company fe29 1606 


I'^KUKUAKY 22 


NI), 


1!)12.] TIIIO IJUITISII (^OLIJMI'.IA (iAZIOTTIO. 




('erHlhmtos (if liic(ir|iiiriitlon- 

AKlicroft KutHti'H, l.imilcil mli? 

AMliirofl IIoIbI <!mniiaii.v, l.iiiiilcd ...iiiliT ir>:iK 

Asliiiolu, l.iiiiilvd fv~'^ 

Alhalniur Hiiik, Lliiiili'il fu'.'l* 

H,(!. Stoim A I'tMiiBiit I’riuliii-tH (k).. IJiiiitcii Ifilil 

t Hciiver 'I'rftMdfiT (kiiniiiiiiy, l-imitBil inliU 1571 

Hen Holt MiiiiiiK (,'om|iaiiy, l.iiiiiU-d (Noii lVrBoiiKl liiii 

I'ility) .... iidi7 1514 

HilC Interior (lold Milieu, I.iiiiited (Noii-l’orBoiiul l.iii- 

hllity) iiili7 1551! 

fllritihli (loliiiiitiia Motor 'I'riick Transiiortatioii Conii'any, 

Hiiiiitud iiiliU I5f!5 

ItrookBide MilliiiK (,'(mi|iariy. liiiiilted 151(1 

tt'aiiadiaii Hiiilders’ Siijiply (,'oiiiiiaiiy, I.iiiiited Iiilil4 1571 

tCaiiudiaii llolol Coiiipaiiy, I.iiiiited . iiilil4 157:i 

Canadian Liverpool TruMt Company, I.iiiiited fe2« 15’.4 

Coiust Shale Hriek Company, Limited mli7 1547 

Co-operative Home Hiiilders, Limited mh7 1548 

Coiiiiitlam Star I’uhliHliini; Company, Limited fe2!) 1527 

Creston Fruit Growere Union, Limited mh7 154(1 

Dominion Hed Mamifaeturint; Company, Limited nih7 1587 

Fairview Tranefer and ('arta){o Company, Limited. . .mh7 1554 

Falkenburi; & Laiick.s, Limited mh7 In.'ll 

Finriieli Society mli7 1545 

tFraaer Hiver Land Company, Limited mlil4 1556 

tGiant K-xplosives, Limited mliI4 1508 

Glover-Rice Hardware Company, Limited fe2fl 1530 

tGrain K,\ohan)i;e Biiildin^f, Limited mlil4 16(18 

fGrain Growers IS. C. Agency, Limited iiihU 1508 

Grand Order of the Caribou fe29 1543 

(Greater Vancouver Coni])uny, Limited nihl4 1600 

Greater Vancouver I’ublishere, Limited nih7 1.550 

G. S. Wooley and Company, Limited fo22 1522 

Hills liar Gold Dredgiiij^ Company, Limited (Non-I’er- 

sonal Liability) fo22 1.522 

t Holly Owens Topper Company, Limited mhl4 1550 

Hunter-Henderson I’aint Co., Limited nih7 1546 

International Brotherhood of Owls fo22 1510 

tKamloops Prospectinjf, Minins;, and Development Coin- 

jiany. Limited mhl4 1572 

Lull Wo Transfer Co., Limited nih7 1540 

Main Street Gore, Limited fe22 1543 

.McGilliijay Mountain Mines, Limited (Non-l’ersorial Lia- 
bility) ' fe29 1541 

Mountnin District Brick & Tile Company, l.imited.. iiih7 1614 

Nanaimo Thorouj;hbred Association, Limited ndi7 1531 

Nanoose Water Company, Limited fe22 1615 

Nanoose Harbor Land Companj', Limited nih7 1532 

Nicholson, Limited fe22 1521 

North Vancouver Lawn Tennis Club, l.imited fe20 1530 

Pacific Coast Oil and Fertilizer Company, Limited. . .f«22 1520 

Pacific Rubber Tire Company, Limited fe29 1528 

Plester Livery Company, Limited fo20 1540 

Prairie Land Company. Limited fe22 1517 

Prince Rupert Grain Exchange, Limited ... .mh7 1535 

Saanich Inlet Land Company, Limited fe22 1543 

.Sooullar Sheet Metal Company, Limited f*29 1540 

Short, Hill & Duncan, Limited fe29 1541 

Silver Island Mining Company, Limited fe22 1511 

(Shale Products, Limited nihl4 1552 

Stickne.y Furnituie, Limited fe22 1518 

(Sullivan Brothers & Hiland, Limited mhl4 1560 

(Terminal Sheet .Metal Works, Limited mhl4 1500 

(Thacker-Thornton Securities Corporation, Limited. mhl4 15.’'(i 

Thompson Hardware Company, Limited fe29 1612 

Trancomhe Valley Orchard &, Poultry Company, Ltd.nih7 1536 

(T. R. Nickson &Co., Limited mhl4 1501 

United Buildings Corporation, Limited fe20 1523 

Universal Home Security Coinirany, Limited fe29 1541 

Victoria Gardens, Limited mh7 1513 

(Western Industrial Company, Limited mhl4 1558 

Western Plumbing & Supply Company, Limited fe22 1510 

Western Sash and Door Factories, Limited fe20 1.528 

Westminster Labour Temple Company, Limited fe29 1510 

White Island Sulphur Company, Limited fe29 1525 

Win. Dick, Limited fe29 1539 

(Young Men’s Christian Association of New Westminster, 

B. C mhl4 1567 

Licences to Extra-Provincial Companies. 

(Aspen Grove Land Company, Limited mhl4 1499 

Cameron Dunn Manufacturing Company of Strathro.y, 

Limited fe29 1498 

Canadi.an Jewellers, Limited fe22 1499 

Canadian P. J. Mitchell Company, Limited mh7 1504 

tCanadian Consolidated Rubber Company (Limited). mhl4 1493 

(Canadian Office & School Furniture Company (Ltd). nihl4 1508 

(Eastern Hat and Cap .Manufacturing Company, Ltd.mhl4 1505 

Gaumont Company of Canada, Limited fe29 1497 

Graham Island (B.C.) Coal k Timber Syndicate, Ltd. .fe22 1507 

Gramm Motor Truck Company of Canada, Limited. . .fe29 1498 

Gresham Life Assurance Soeiety, Limited mh7 1405 

(Ham and Nott Company, Limited mhl4 1506 

H. Corby Distillery Compiany, Limited inh7 1404 

H. J. Skelton A Co., Limited fe29 1502 

Holden Company, Limited mh7 1495 

Ideal Fence Company, Limited fe22 1498 

(Lawson & Jones, Limited mhl4 1498 

Metropolitan Importing and Manufacturing Co., Ltd.fe22 1400 

Strathroy Furniture Company, Limited fe29 1498 

Western Empire Life Assurance Company fe29 1503 

Applications for Certificates of Improvement. 

Adonis Mineral Claim apll 1408 

Big 1 No. 6 Mineral Claim fe22 1467 

Big 1 No. 7 Mineral Claim fe22 1467 

Bunker Mineral Claim ap4 1468 

Buttercup, Golden Gate, Grape, and Tulip Mineral 

Claims fe29 1467 

Canada No. 28, Canada No. 29, Canada No. 30, Canada 
No. 31, Can.ada No. 32, Canada No. S3, Canada No. 34, 

and Canada No. 35 Mineral Claims inh28 1468 

Cherry, Rose, Chrysanthemum, Peony, Lotus, and West- 

orilla Mineral Claims ' fe29 1467 

Galena Mineral Claim apll 1467 

Great Central No. 5 Mineral Claim « fe22 1469 

Great Central No. 6 Mineral Claim fe22 1469 


Conrluileil. 
.apll 1469 
. ap4 1467 
. Ilp4 
. . Iip4 
.up25 
apIS 
. I(■29 


1 )(.8 
14(;8 
1.581 
1409 
1407 


Appliciilions for Ccrl III chIch of I mprovcmciil . 

.IcshIc, Iron Imkc. and Hot Piiiii li .Mineral UlainiH 

.liily Kractiim .Mineral Claim 

.lime ,M iiieial ( 

Maple Leaf Mineral Claim 

(Men I Mineral 

Mouna .Mim nil Claim ... 

Pearl Fraelioiial .Mineral (Maim • 

Petunia, Banana Krel., PerKimiiloii, Mold, and Apricot, 

Mineral Claims • • ■ ■ 

Pine Fret., Maj.le, Larkspur, WatcrIilly, .Seashore, am 

Banihoo Mineral Claims 

Piirilan Mineral Claim 

Reid .Mineral Claim ■ • 1!' '"° 

Siiowhall, Sunflower Frel., Orange Fret., Morning 

and Caniillia .Mineral Claims . 'e-'’ 

St. Lawrence and Copper ()ueeii .Mineral Claims apll 1409 

Sweet Flag Mineral Claim ‘M’" *’**'** 

Applicatioiis for Forttsliore lliglits. 

(D. W. Crowley Co., Ltd ajHS 1578 


.Municipal ('oiD’ts of Jtevisioii 

Biirnahy Mtiniei)iality 

Cranhrook City 

Enderhy City 

Maple Ridge .Municipality 

Ijegislative Asscmhly. 

Private bills, rules respecting. . 


. .fe22 1580 
. .fe29 1580 
. fe28 L580 
liih28 1592 


1581 


Gold UoinmissioncrH’ Notices. 

Atlin .Mining Division 1470 

Cariboo District 1470 

Fort Steele .Mining Division 1470 

Golden and Windermere .Mining Divisions 1470 

Kamlooiis, Ashcroft, Nicola and Yale .Mining Divisions .. 1409 

Lillooet Mining Division 1470 

Nelson .Mining Division 1409 

(linincca .Mining Division 1409 

Revelsloke and Lardeaii Mining Divisions 14(>9 

Siiiiilkaiiieen Mining Division 1470 

Skeena and Portland (,'anal .Mining Division 1409 

Slikineand Liard .Mining Division 1470 

Vernon Mining Division 1470 

Victoria Mining Division 1470 


Aplilications for Coal rrospectiiifr Jiicenc.es. 


Notice to applicjirits 1470 

(Carnsew, Waller H (10 notices) nih21 1579 

(Carnsew, Walter H (2 notices) mh21 1.580 

(Cawley, .Samuel A inh21 1580 

Graliani, Robert (6 notioes) fe22 1477 

Hickey, James H. (5 notices) fe22 1477 

Hickey, Janies It fe22 1481 

Hickey, James 11 fe22 1470 

Horner, Samuel (7 notices) fe22 1478 

Hower, C. L fe22 1478 

Jones, Harry Patrick (10 notices) fe29 1475 

Jones, Harry Patrick fo29 1481 

Jones, Harrv Patrick fe29 1481 

Jones, Harry Patrick fe29 1481 

Jones, Harry Patrick fe29 1481 

Jones. Harry Patrick fe29 1481 

Keith, J. C mh7 1491 

Keith, J. C mh7 1491 

Keith, J. 0 nih7 1491 

Keith, J. C nih7 1491 

Keith, J. C inh7 1491 

Keith, J. C inh7 1491 

.McCiiiiiher, Ethel (11 notices) mh7 1471 

MeCuiiiher, Ethel (11 notices) n)h7 1474 

McCuinber, Ethel (11 notices) mh7 1490 

McGumher, Ethel (11 notices) mh7 1489 

McCiimher, Ethel (8 notices) inh7 1472 

Mitchell, Gertrude E. (10 notices) fe22 1479 

Morley, L. .M fe22 1481 

Osterman, Henry mh7 1470 

Osterman, Henry nih7 1472 

Sears, J. Edward (10 notices) mhl4 1473 

Skelhorne, Walter (11 notices) fe29 1480 

Skelhorne, Walter (11 notices) fe29 1476 

Skelhorne, Walter fe29 1472 

Skelhorne, Walter fe29 1472 

Skelhorne, Walter (11 notices) nih7 1488 

Skelhorne, M’alter (U notices) nih7 1487 

Skelhorne, Walter (11 notices) mh7 1482 

Skelhorne, Walter (11 notices) mh7 1483 

Skelliorne, Walter (11 notices) mh7 1484 

Skelhorne, Walter notices) nih7 1485 

Skelhorne, Walter (11 notices) mh7 1486 

Skelhorne, Walter (2 notices) inh7 1481 

Snell, George H ,nh7 1481 

Snell, George H mh7 1470 

Weisman, C. K fe22 1478 

Willard, A. B fe22 1478 

Miscellaneous. 


Acadia Fire Insurance Co., issuance of licence to mh7 

(Agricultuial Insurance Co., issuance of licence to . .inhl4 
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd., issuance of licence to. .nih7 
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia, issuance of licence 

. to.... fe29 

American Central Insurance Co. , issuance of licence to.fe29 
tAnierican and Liberal Mineral Claims, inviting’ tenders 

for purchase of inhl4 

Anchor Investment Co., Ltd., winding-up of. fe‘>2 

Anchor Investment Co., Ltd., notice to creditors of .mhu 
(Atlas As-surance Co., Ltd , issuance of licence to mhl4 

(B. C. Land Surveyors, additional of .te22 

British American Mining Co., Ltd., appointment of attor- 

ne.v for 

Caledonia Insurance Co., issuance of licence to. mli7 
Chambers William, quieting title of, to certain lands in 

New \\ estmuister City fg22 

Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit Lauds, Ltd.', schedule of 

charges for water 

Co-operative Realty and Financial Corporation, Ltd. 
application for change of name of fe29 


1586 

1582 

1586 

1586 

1586 

1.584 

1535 

1589 

1682 

1687 

1586 
1585 

1588 

1587 

1589 


1:192 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


Aliscellaiieous.— Conch((Zerf. 


Delta Municipal waterworks, application for approval 

of fe22 1589 

tDianiond Flint Glass Co., Ltd., appointment of attornej’ 

for mh21 1582 

t Dominion Construction Co., Ltd., application for change 

of name of mh2i 1583 

t Dominion Development Syndicate, Ltd., voluntary wind- 

ing-ii]) of ; fy^Q 1583 

tDominion Development Syndicate, Ltd., meeting of credi- 
tors of fe29 1584 

tEstate of Napoleon J. Mayhew, deceased, notice to credi- 
tors of mh7 1583 

Estate of Cornelius O’Halloran, notice to creditors of.fe22 1585 

Estate of Henry F. Weber, notice to creditors of fe29 1587 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co., issuance of licence to. .mh7 1587 
Insurance Company of North America, issuance of licence 

to fe29 1585 

International Lumber and Shingle Co., dissolution of. fe29 1588 
Johnson, McGinnis, and Henderson, dissolution of part- 
nership of fe22 1585 

Kelowna Tobacco Co., f.td., voluntary winding-up of.fe29 1589 
Lillooet Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd., volu tary winding- 

up of mh7 1588 

London Assurance Corporation, issuance of licence to. mh7 1586 
tMichigan Commercial Insurance Co., issuance of licence 

to ... mhl4 1.582 

Neilson ife Maxwell, Ltd., appointmentof attorney for.fe29 1585 
tNiagara Fire Insurance Co., issuance of licence to..mhl4 1582 
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd., issuance of licence to.fe29 1589 
North Vancouver Carriage Works, dissolution of partner- 
ship of mh7 1587 

t Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co., issuance of licence to. mill 4 1582 
Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd., notice to creditors of .fe22 1588 

Page & Shier, dissolution of partnership of fe29 1588 

Phoenix Insurance Co., issuance of licence to fe29 1584 

Prince of Wales and Trilby Mineral Claims, inviting ten- 
ders for purchase of fe22 1586 

tPrince Rupert City, application for approval of plans for 
utilization of waters of Woodworth and Shawatlans 

Lakes mh21 1583 

tProvincial Cash Grocery, dissolution of partnership. mh21 1583 
Queen Insurance Co. of America, issuance of licence 
to fe29 1584 


Regulations governing employees of Victoria Terminal 
Railway and Ferry Co., approval of, by Minister of 

Railways mh7 1587 

Kimouski Fire Insurance Co., issuance of licence to. mh7 1587 
Royal Insurance Go., Ltd., issuance of licence to . . rah7 1585 
Royal Exchange Assurance, issuance of licence to . .fe29 1584 
tRuies governing employees of B. C. Electric Railway Co., 

Ltd., approval of mhl4 1582 

Saint Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co., issuance of 

licence to fe22 1584 

Salmon Arm Municipality, proposed reduction of limits 

of fe22 1587 

Scottish Union and National Insurance Co., issuance of 

licence to fe29 1584 

Stewart & Doyen, dissolution of partnership of fe29 1589 

tTeutonia Insurance Co., issuance of licence to. . . . nihl4 1582 
tUnion Assurance Society, Ltd., issuance of licence to.mhU 1582 
tVancouver Agencies, Ltd., voluntary winding-up of. .fe29 1598 
tVancouver Automobile School, dissolution of partnership 

of mh21 1584 

Victoria Home Construction and Investment Co., Ltd., 

application for change of name of mh7 1588 

Westchester Fire Insurance Co., issuance of licence 

to fe22 1583 

Widow Mineral Claim, inviting tenders for purchase 

of fe22 1586 

tYates, .Margaret Ellen, (|uieting title of, to certain lands 

in New Westminster District mhl4 1583 


ffST New admrtiMmenU are indicated bi/ a t. 


APPOINTMENTS. 


riu )\'INCI A L KECItETAUVS OFFICE. 

H IS IIONOTTH the LieuLonjint - Oovenior in 
Council lias been pleased to make the 
following appointments : — 

-'></(. Jnunary, 1912. 


To be of the Peace — 

Frank Cecil Turner, of Aspen drove, in the 
County of Yale. 

27th January, 1912. 

Henry Lincoln Walter, s, of Harper’s Camp, 
in th(‘ (lounty of Cariboo. 

tOih Fchruary, 1912. 

Wili.ia.m Cidi.ey, of Duncan, in the County of 
Nanaimo. 

.frd Fchruary, 1912. 

.lAME.s Henry Simpson, bf the City of Nanaimo, 
I’.arrister-at-Law, to be Police M ayi-itrate for the 
City of Nanaimo, Stipendiary Magistrate, and a 
Magistrate under the “Small Debts Act” for the 
City of .Nanaimo and the surrounding district 
within a radius of lifteeii miles therefrom. 


8th Fchruary, 1912. 

.loiiN Manning Scott, of the City of Kamloops, 
15. A., LL.Ih, to be Police Mayi.iiratc for the City 
of Kamloops. 


15th February, 1912. 

Alfred Wood Lee to be Deputy Registrar of 
the County Court of Yale holden at Nicola. 

19th February, 1912. 

To be Notaries Public — 

William Henry Douglas Ladner, of the City 
of Vancouver, P.arrister-at-Law. 

Alan G. Mackintosh, of the City of Van- 
couver, Barrister-at-Law. 

20th February, 1912. 

Alfred James Harper, of Barkerville. 

19th February, 1912. 

Theed I’earse, of Eburne, Solicitor, to be a 
Notary Public and a Commissioner for taking 
Affidavits within the Province of British Columbia. 

15th February, 1912. 

]M. G. Archibald, of the City of Kamloops, 
IM.D., to be an Official Member of the Board of 
Directors of the King Edward Sanatorium at 
Tranquille in the place of F. J. Fulton, resigned. 

16th February, 1912. 

To be Official Members of the Board of Directors 
of the Vancouver General Hospital for the twelve 
months ending the 14th February, 1913 — 

Charles H. Gatewood, George McSpadden, 
and Samuel Kernighan. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S OFFICE. 

H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council has been pleased to appoint the 
undermentioned persons to be Commissioners for 
taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court, for the 
purpose of acting under the ‘‘ Provincial Elections 
Act ” in the Electoral Districts in which they 
reside. Such appointments will expire on the 31st 
day of December, 1912 : — 

Fernie Electoral District. 

James Lancaster, Thomas Uphill, David Paton, 
Richard Phillips, Oscar Erickson, Henry Bertram, 
audl William Minton, all of Fernie; John Smith, 
George Knox, and Charles Carter, all of Coal 
Creek; William' Balderetone, of Hosmer; Frank 
Nash, of Waki'o; Thomas Foisy, John Pilsworth 
Lowe, Robert Dudley, James E. McCool, Arthur W. 
Bleasdell, George F. Johnson, Henry A. Wilkes, 
John R. Wallace, Cecil Holmes, John Bacon Smith, 
Robert Reading, Edward H. Bolderson, William A. 
Wilmot, Thomas Beck, Walter T. Haynes, Spencer 
H. Tuck, and Wm. Forsythe, all of Fernie ; George 
Mitchell, Win. Ridley, and IMalcolm Meinnes, all 
of Michel'; James Johnson Scott, of New Michel; 
John Stanhope Gladwin and Thomas Corkill, both 
of Corbin ; Frank Harmer, of llarmer’s Ranch ; 
^Vm. Thomas Watson and Thomas Cole, both of 
Hosmer; David Martin, .Tames M. Stewart, Thos. 
Mitchell, and Robt. Fairclough, all of Coal Creek; 
Richard llirtz, Arthur Harby, John A. Thomson, 
and Wm. L. Foisy, all of Elko; George G. .Jewell, 
of Hanhur.v ; Anthony Modigh, Archibald Leitch, 
.Ir., and Edward Home, all of Jaffray ; Wm. 11. 
Grillith and Samuel Morrow, both of Baynes Lake; 
Alexander McGregor Beattie, Walter J. Robertson, 
Daniel C. Marshall. T. H. Anderson, and .1. E. Lan- 
caster, all of Waldo ; John Strong, of Sparwood ; 
R. R. Webb, of Gateway ; Harry J. P. Gregson, 
of Dorr. 

Victoria City Electoral District. 

William Atkinson, A. E. Armbruster, H. Dab 
gleish, F. Bampstead. Edwin Simpson, J. V. 
Martin, George E. M'inkler, S. G. Higginson, and 
W. J. Ledingham, all of the City of Victoria. 
Okanagan Electoral District. 

.1. F. Johnson, of End'erby; H. Gieldermeester, 
of Mona. 

Nciceastle Electoral District. 

11. Blair. Sr., of Lad'j’smith ; William Thomson, 
of South Wellington ; John ^latthews, of Nortli- 
lielcl; Parker Williams, of Oj'S'ter District. 
Saanich Electoral District. 

A. Anderson, of Keatings P. O. 

Nanaimo Electoral District. 

Arthur Jordan and John Pleace, both of 
Nanaimo. 


Ktnnlooiis Nlfclouil nintrii t, 

.lolm I'iiKics ami (•I'orKt' I''. Stfrlinn. l)i>tli (if 
SalTiioii Arm. 

(I I'ci ii irooil lUcctoral P 'mtrict. 

(!i'orf;(‘ 1 Id licrton, oif ( Ji-ci'IiwcmmI. 

('arihdo I'Jlictural Pixtrift. 

.Idhn Mcliinis., of Fort (Joorfjc. 

Skcdiiu Electoral Pixtrii t. 

li'raiik F. Morftaii, of I’rincc Kii|'‘‘rt ; Dr. F. 
('avanaffli, of Bella ('oola ; (lonlon Loekerby and 
I'k W . Kicliards, both of Fort Simiisoii ; Howard 
B. Campladl, J >. .\. .McKinnon, Frank 1). Keidey, 
William I’. Lymdi, .\. J. .Morris, and Fnd Stork, 
all of I’rince ltiii»ert ; .1. F. Ellis, of Balmoral ; 
K. (!. .Johnstone, of Invenu's.si: Ansus Mc.\llister, 
of J'la.xton; A. ,7. Matheson and' 'C. F. Morri.son, 
both of Fort EssiiiKton. 

Albcnti Electoral Pixtrict. 

I'Jedijns Kvimson ami .John R. Xoot, both of 
t^uatsino. 

Chill hr hack Electoral flistrict. 

.Tamcis I'^oixl, of Ros^dale; AVilliam Braithwaite, 
of Mnnro; ,7. 11. I’anI, 11. ,7. 77arb('r, .7. .Johnston, 
(}. Ilornby, El'mer C'arleton, andl Fedor .7. Itrown, 
all of Chilliwack; II. Webb, W. 70. A. 'J'hornton, 
and .7. II. Suart, all of Sai'dis ; E. ('hadsey, 
.John M'ilson, ami .7. C. Ro'bertson, all of Snmasi; 
Thomas A'ork, of Upper Snmas ; W. Roberts, A. Ij. 
JJates, AV. .7. M'are, and .7. A. McGowan, all of 
.\bbotsflord'; Ilarry Coates, of Bradner; \Villiam 
Marsh, ofi Mt. T.ehman ; Chas. li. Crist, and J. A. 
Ilargitt, both of Mats(iui. 

Richmond Electoral District. 

Andrew Dunn, Robert Sanderson, C. P’’. II. 
Craig, and lOdwin Thoma.s. all of Eburne ; F. E. 
lOlliott, G. Itoelien, T. L. Shiers, I'. MeXeish, AV. II. 
Saunders, M’illiam Parker, A. L. Gordon, .7. Parkin, 
S. .7. Brown. lyevvis Clarke, .7. Blackbnrn, T. B. 
Bainber. and E. Cowell, all of South Vancouver; 
■William ICarr, .Tohn B. Appleby, Richard Timmis, 
Spencer Robinson, .John McGatty, andi .Tohn II. 
Glanvill'e, all of Collingwood East ; James B. Todf- 
rick and Thomas A. Prentice, both of Central 
Park; Ambrose Gothard and Franklin Smith, both 
of Britcola ; C. M. Kitson, Leslie S. Eaton, George 
II. Morden, William Knowles, Arthur .T. Hender- 
son, P. R. McDonald. Peter Cunningham, and 
Percy King, all of North Vancouver; P. E. Har- 
mer, of Central Park. 

C omox , Electoral District. 

A. M. TVastell and Milo Chambers, both of Alert 
Bay ; M’illiam Green Yelton, of Simoon Sound. 

Rossland City Electoral District. 

F. E. Loader, F. Ellis, A. W. Braden, John New- 
man, Jolm Martin. Edward Brett, W. G. Dunn, 
F. H. Lloydi, C. Corbett. Geo. Owen, S. Sisley, 
II. S. Morg.an, R. AV. Timus, J. D. McSweyiie, 
II. T. Goodeve, H. IT. .Johnston, and .John Cocking, 
all of Rossland. 

Kaslo Electoral District. 

David Morgan. AVilliam A. Skinner, and Andrew 
Garrett, all of Ferguson. 

Cranbrook Electoral District. 

Samuel J. McCartney, of Yahk. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


“WATER ACT, 1909.” 


■\'\THEREAS on the 28tb day of October, 1909, 
VV a licence pursuant to Part XL of the “ Water 
Act, 1909,” was issued to the Brittingham Sc Young 
Comipany. a bodji corporate with head office in tli? 
City of Madison, State of AVisconsin, United States 
of America, registered as a Limited Company under 
the “ Companes Act ” of the Province of British 
Columbia, to improve Indian (or Mesliloet) River, 
flowing into the North Arm of Burrard: Inlet : 

And whereas the saidi Brittiugham Sc Young Com- 
pany has filed an assignment of the licence afore- 
said to The Brittingham and Young Company, 
Limited, a body corporate with head office in the 


Cily of Vancouver, Province of Brili.sli Columbia, 
and desires approval of Ihe same in aecor.lanee 
with seelioii 190 of Ibe “ Waler ,\(T, 19<)9 : 

And whereas on Hie 27lli dhy of h'elirmi ry. Dll, 
a lieenee pursuant lo Pari XI. ol lb(‘ “ W aler Act, 
1909,” was issiued lo li'rederiek Nelson .\orlon, of 
Wile(’)X,in Ihe Province of Saskalehewan. Dominion 
of Canada, and of Ihe City of Vaneonver, in Ihe 
Province of Brili.sli Columbia, lo improve Salmon 
River, a river llowing into Drford Bay on Bute 

Inbd : . . v , 

.\ndi wln'reas the .said li'rederiek Nidson Norlmi 
has fill'd an a.ssignment of lln* lieenci' aforesaid lo 
the abo\’e-ment ioiH'd 'I'he Brillingham and A onng 
Company, Limited, and desires appro\al of^ lln; 
same iir accordanci' with section 190 of lln' ‘ AAaler 
Act. 1909”; 

This is lo certify that the a>^i,gninenl of the 
licences granted lo lln* said Briltingham I'c A oung 
Comiiany and h'ri'derick Nelson Norton to Ihe 
Briltingham and A’onng Company. Limited, will be 
approved uiion the assigni'es fiirni.shing in respi'ct 
of each liceiwe a satisfactory^ bond in Hie sum of 
IflO.fXM) for the payment by Ihe assignee’s of all 
such sum.s as may be awarded lo owiu'i's of jiro])- 
erlyi for damagi* or injury while exercising any of 
Ihe jiowei's conferred on Ihe licensees. 

Datc’d. this 18th day of January, 1!)12. 

HENRY ESSON YOUNG, 
fpi Clerk of Executive Council. 


REVISED STATUTES OF BRITISH 
COLU.AIBIA, 1911.” 


C OPIES of the “ Revised Statutes, 1911 ” (three 
volumes) are now bi'ing issued from tin* oflice 
of the King’s Printer, A'ictoria. B.C. Price, *820. 

Orders for the above must be accomiianied by 
marked chepue or cash, otiiekwjsk no n'o'i ice wn.i. 
HE TAKEN OF THE OHDEK. 

Aloney orders to be made pa.vabh' lo AA'illiam H. 
Cullin, King’s Printer, A'ictoria, B.(’. 


HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, NEAV AVEST- 
.AIINSTER. 


T enders, in duplicate, endorsed “ Hospital for 
the Insane,” for the supply of clothing, dry- 
goods. tailor's fittings, boots and shoes, shoemaker’s 
fittings, meat, fish, milk, vegetables, groceries, feed, 
drugs, etc., for the use of the said institution, and 
the furnishing of funerals, from the 1st day of 
April next to the 81st of March, 1918, will he 
received by the Honourable the Provincial Secre- 
tary until noon on Friday, the 15th proximo. 

lasts of the articles repuin’d can be seen at the 
Hospital, at which place samples can also be 
inspected. 

All supplies to be delivered at the Hospital with- 
out extra charge. 

Two sufficient sureties for the due fulfilment of 
each contract will be repuired. 

Tenders will not be considered unless made out 
on the forms, which can be obtained from the 
Bursar of the Hospital or the undersigned. 

A. CAMI'BELL REDDIE, 

Deputy Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Secretary's Office, 

15th February, 1912. fel5 


“ASSESSMENT ACT, 1903.” 


A ssessors are hereby notified that the time 
for completing the assessment rolls for 
the year 1912, throughout the Province, has been 
further extended from the 10th day of January, 
1912, to the 29th day of February, 1912, and that 
the time for completing the duties of the Courts 
of Revision' and Appeal in relation to the said rolls 
has been further extended from the 31st day of 
January, 1912, to the 21st day of March, 1912. 
By Command. 

HENRY ESSON YOUNG, 

„ . . Provincial Secretaru. 

Provincial Secretari/s Office, 

25th January, 1912. io 95 


1394 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[February 22nd, 1912. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


15th February, 1912. 

H IS HONOUR the Lieutenant - Governor in 
Council has been pleased to accept the 
resignation of Arthur Edward Waterhouse, of 
Port Alberni, as a Justice of the Peace. 


PROVINCIAL HOME, KAMLOOPS. 


T enders, in duplicate, endorsed “ Provincial 
Home.” for the supply of clothing and dry- 
goods, bread, meat, groceries, firewood, drugs, etc., 
for the use of the said institution, and the furnish- 
ing of funerals, from the 1st of April next to the 
31st of March, 1913, will be received by the Hon- 
ourable the Provincial Secretary until noon on 
Friday, the 15th proximo. 

Lists of the articles required can be seen at the 
Provincial Home, at which place samples can also 
be inspected. 

All supplies to be delivered at the Home without 
extra charge. 

Two sufficient sureties for the due fulfilment of 
each contract will be required. 

Tenders will not be considered unless made out 
on the forms, which can be obtained from the 
Superintendent of the Home or the undersigned. 

A. CAMPBELL REDDIE, 

Deputy Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Secretary's Office, 

15th February, 1912. fel5 


HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, VERNON. 


T enders, in duplicate, endorsed “ Hospital for 
the Insane,” for the supply of clothing, dry- 
goods, tailor’s fittings, boots and shoes, shoemaker’s 
fittings, meat, fish, milk, vegetables, groceries, feed, 
firewood, drugs, etc., for tlie use of the said institu- 
tion, and the furnishing of funerals, from the 1st 
of April next to the 31st of IMarch, 1913, will be 
received by the Honourable the Provincial Secre- 
tary until noon on Friday, the 15th proximo. 

Lists of the articles required can be seen at the 
Hospital, at which place samples can also be 
inspected. 

All supplies to be delivered at the Hospital with- 
out extra charge. 

Two sufficient sureties for the due fulfilment of 
each contract will be required. 

Tenders will not be considered unless made out 
on the forms, which can be obtained from the 
Superintendent of the Hospital or the undersigned. 

A. CAMPBELL REDDIE, 

Deputy Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Secretary's Office, 

15th February, 1912. fel5 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


BARCLAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Ivands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Alberni : — 

•C. Cedar Lumber Co., 


T.L. 211(1P.- 


„ 37349.— 

,. 2415P.— „ 

891 P.— „ 

„ 2S32P.— „ 

„ 2S33P.- „ 

I’er.sons considerinj 
by ’ihe above surveys 


Covering Lot 455, 
,, ,, ,, 45t), 

») >» 45 i , 

» „ „ 4.58, 

,, ,, ,, 4o9, 

„ „ „ 4(10, 

rights adversely affected 
furni-sh a slatement of 


their 
must 

their contention ito the .Minister of Lands withii 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Survcyor-Gcncra'i 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, It.C., December 1 'ith, 191 1. deP 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and • that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kamloops : — 


T.L. 


tf 

tf 

tf 


ft 


ft 

ft 

If 


3SS65. — Monarch 


38866.— 

38867.— 

41925.— 

41926.— 


Lumber Co., 

covering 

ft ft 

ff ft 


ft ft 

ft tf 


Lot 1382. 
„ 1383. 
„ 1384. 
„ 1399. 
„ 1462. 


39318. — Monarch Lumber Co., covering N. 80 
acres Lot 2050 ; N. i/> Lots 2051, 
2052, 2053, 2054. 

39319. — Monarch Lumber Co., covering N. 76 
acres Lots 2047, 2048, 2049 ; S. 72 
acres Lot 2050; S. 1/2 Lot 2051. 

37631. — E. V. Dunlevie, covering Lot 2506. 

37630.— „ „ „ 2507. 

37656. — „ „ „ 2508. 

37657.— „ „ „ 2511. 

41075. — Vermillion Fir & Timber Co., Ltd., 
covering Lot 2734. 


Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by 'the above surveys must furnish a sitatemen't of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the daite of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

N urveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.G., December 21st, 1911. de21 


SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — 

T.L. 40367. — .lohn IV. Paulson, covering Lot 
1638 (S.). 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., December l-’ith, 1911. del4 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lauds, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kamloops: — 

Lot 2127. — “ Rossland ” Mineral Claim. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-Gen oral. 

Department of Tmnds, 

Victoria, B.C., December 21st, 1911. de21 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Prince Rupert: — 

Lot 1388. — “ Silver King ” Mineral Claim. 

G. H. DAAVSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., December 21st, 1911. de21 


AGRICULTURE. 


iNOTlCK. 


“ A(iiii('in,'i'Ui{Ai. Ahhoci a i KiNH A< r, r.Hl." 

O X 'I'lllO 1‘lOTl'l'lOX of V. Howes atid otlicrs, 
ill coiiforiiiit.v with the iirovisioiia ol tlie 
“ Adi’iciiKiii'iil Associations Act, I lici'cliy 

aiilliori/.c till' or;;aiiizatioii of a I'^arincrs’ Institute 
in till' Histriet of (irahain Islainl. Anil in aeeord- 
anee with the provisions of the said Act, I apiioint 
tluU tlie first ini'etini;, for tlie iiiirpose of or^^aniza- 
tioii, sliall he held at till' hour of 7 pan., on 'I'liurs- 
day, the lilst day of March, IDlli, at Ma.sset 
School-house. 

WM. i:. St’OTT, 
hcputi/ Miiiintcr of Af/riciiltitrc. 
Dvixirtincnt of Anriciiltiirc, 

Victoria, B.C., Fcbnianj fOth, 1912. fel»2 

DEPARTMENT OF WORKS. 


rUIHJC IIKHIWAY. 

COLUMIUA ELECTOHAI, I)I. STRICT. 

Oadxdoi h’oad. 

N otice is hereby given that the following 
highway, 0(1 feet in width, is established, 

viz. : — 

Commencing at a point on the iiuarter-section 
line I2:i().8 north of 1/4S post. Sections f) and Ki, 
Township 28, Range 22, west of the fifth meridian ; 
thence south - easterly througli the south - east 
quarter of the said Section It) to the western 
boundary of the iNIoberly Station ground three- 
tenths of a mile, more or less, as surveyed by 
Jas. Brady, Esq., P.L.S., and shown on a plan 
deposited in the Department of Public Works the 
20th October, 1909. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, 
Minister of I’lthlic Works. 
Department of Puhlic Works, 

Victoria, B.C., 23rd January, 1912. .ia2.5 


PUBLIC HICHWAY. 


Esquimalt Electoral Di.strict. 


Tictoria-Nanairno Trunk Noad to Malahat Drive. 

N otice is hereby given that the following 
highway, 00 feet in width, is established, 
namely : — 

Commencing at a point on the Victoria and 
Nanaimo Trunk Road from which the south- 
east corner of Lot 2, Malahat District, bears 
S. 41° 35' E. and is distant 2,809 feet; thence 
south-easterly through the Esquimalt and Nanaimo 
Railway Company’s Railway Belt to a point on the 
Malahat Drive from which the south-w-est corner 
of Lot 130, Malahat District, bears N. 21° 15' E. 
and is distant 173 feet, having a length of 4.05 
miles, more or less, as surveyed by P. A. Devereux, 
Esq., P.L.S., and shown on a plan deposited in the 
Department of Public "Works, the 17th November, 
1911. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, 

Minister of Public Works. 

Department of Public Works, 

Victoria, B.G., January 26th, 1912. fel 


PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 


SiMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


Yellow Lake or Marrion Valley Road. 

N otice is hereby given that the following high- 
way, 60 feet in width, is established, viz ;• — 
Commencing at a point in Indian Reserve No. 1, 
Similkameen District, from which the north-easit 
corner of Lot 106, Similkameen District, is distant 
3804.4 feet south and 2840.5 feet west; thence in 
a south-westerly direction 'through Indian Reserve 
N'o. 1, Lot 214, Indian Reserve N"o. 1, Lots 237, 
230, 341, 1041, and 2.531, Similkameen District, 
to a point 264.5 feet north and 660.8 feet east of 

2 


the soulli-we,'>l eonier of Lot 25:M , Similkameen 
Di-ilriet. a-' surveved by Win. G. Baskin, h/.sq., 
P LS having a length of 3.9S miles and shown on 
a plan (b'poGled in llie Department of Public 

Works, the I9tli .laiinary, 1912. 

'PI DMAS 'rAVLDR, 

.Minister of Puhlii- Works. 

Dcyartmcnt of Public Works, 

\ ictoria, B.G.. JOth January, 1912. 


fel 


ITBLIC HIGHWAY. 


Okanacan Ei.ectorai. Dihtrict. 


If cadwatcr Ijukcs Road. 

'VrOTICE is heri'by givi'ii that the following high- 
way, 6t> feet in width, is established, viz: 

C'ommencing at a jioint on the IMeadow Valley 
and Sumim'rland Road, from which the south-east 
corner of Lot 25-14, Osoyoos Division of Yale Dis- 
trict, bears S. 1° 14' E. and is distant 275 feet; 
thi'iici' norl h-west (‘rly through Lot 2i)44, unsur- 
veyed lamls. Lots 2761, 391i), 3918, 1378,^3920, 
1377, 1379, 1376, nnsurveyed lands. Lots 1275 and 
253K to a bridge across the Pi'achland Irrigation 
Ditch, from which the north-west corner post of 
I.ot 33>I6, Osoyoos Division of Yale District, bears 
,S. 9° 42' W. and i.-^ distant 1096 feet, having a 
length of 11.53 miles, mon* or less, as surveyed by 
.7. P. Bnrnyeat ,Eo|.. C.E., and' shown on a plan 
deposited in the Public Works Department, the 
22nd January, 1912. 

THO.MAS TAYTTIR, 

Minister of Public Works. 
DciHirtmcni of Public Works, 

Metoria, B.(l., SOth January, 1912. fel 


NO'PICE TO CON'PRAC/rORS. 


Eour-Gate Concrete Sluice. 

S EALED TENDERS, superscribed “Tender for 
Four-Gate Concrete Sluice,’’ will be received 
by the Hon. the ‘5Iinister of Public "VV'orks U]) to 
4 p.m. of Friday, the 23rd day of February, 1912, 
for the construction of a four-gate reinforced con- 
crete sluice in Coquitlam Dyking District, near the 
mouth of Bovil Slough. Intending contractors, 
on giving two days’ notice to IMr. R. D. Irvine, 
Coquitlam, will be shown the site of the proposed 
sluice. 

Plans, specifications, contract, and forms of 
tender may be seen on and after the 1.3th day of 
February, 1912, at the office of the Provincial 
Government Agent, New M'estminster ; the office 
of the Provincial 'Limber Inspector. Vancouver; 
and at the office of the Clerk of the Municipal 
Council, Coquitlam. 

Each proposal must be accompanied by an 
accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit 
on a chrtrtered bank of Canada, made payable to 
the Hon. the IMinister of Public Works, for the 
sum of .^'200, which shall be forfeited if the party 
tendering decline to enter into contract when called 
upon to do so, or if he fail to complete the work 
contracted for. 'Lbe cheques or certificates of 
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned 
to them upon the execution of the contract. 

Tenders will not be considered unless made out 
on the forms supplied, signed with the actual 
signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the 
envelopes furnished. 

The lowest or any tender not necessarily 
accepted. 

E. A. WILMOT, 

Inspector of Dykes. 

Department of Public Maoris, 

Victoria, B.G., February 10th, 1912. fel5 


NOTICE TO CON'LRACTORS. 


Wareiiollse Printing Department, Victoria. 

QEALED 'LENDERS, superscribed “ Tender for 
LO TV arehoues Printing Department, Government 
Buildings, Victoria,” will be received by the Hon. 
the TIinister of I’ublic TV'orks up to 12 o’clock noon 
of Thursday, the 29th day of February, 1912. for 
the erection and completion of a warehouse for the 
1 rinting Department, Government Buildings, Vic- 
toria, B.O. 


1396 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


Plans, specificationg, contract, and forms of 
tender may be seen on and after the 21gt day of 
February, 1912, at the general office of the Depart- 
ment of Public Works, Parliament Buildings, Vic- 
toria. 

Each proposal must be accomipanied. by an 
accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a 
chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the 
lion, the Minister of Public Works, for the sum 
of .$200. which shall be forfeited if the party tender- 
ing decline to enter into contract when called upon 
to do so, or if he fail to complete the work con- 
tracted for. The cheques or certificates of deposit 
of unguccessful tenderers will be returned to them 
upon the execution of the contract. 

Tenders will not be considered unless made out 
on the forms supplied, signed with the actual signa- 
ture of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes 
furnished. 

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 

J. E. GRIFFITH, 

Puilic Works Engineer. 
Department of Puhlio Woi'ks, 

Victoria, B.G., February 20th, 1912. fe22 


PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 


Esquimalt Electoral District. 


Sooke Wharf Road. 

OTICE is hereby given that the following 
highway, 66 feet in width, is established, 
viz. : — 

Commencing at the north-east corner of Section 
12, Sooke District, on the west side of the East 
Sooke Road ; thence N. 51° W. 580 feet; thence 
X. 22° 30' W. 150 feet; thence X. 26° 30' W. 100 
feet to a point on the shore of Sooke Harbour, 
from whence the north-west corner of Section 12, 
Sooke District, bears S. 19° W. and is distant 128 
feet ; having a width of 33 feet on each side of 
the above-mentioned lines and a iength of 830 feet, 
as surveyed, by D. R. Irvine, Esq., C.E., and shown 
on a plan deposited in the Public Works Depart- 
ment the 17th January, 1912. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, 

Minister of Public Works. 
Public Works Department, 

Victoria, B.C., 21th January, 1912. fel 


PUBLIC HIGH WAY. 


SiMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


Dog Lake Road. 

I^OTICE is hereby given that the following high- 
LM way, 66 feet in width, is eglablished, viz: — 
Commencing at a point in Imt .337, Similkameen 
Division of Yale District, from which the south- 
west corner of the said lot bears S. 78° 21' W. and 
is di.stant 2002.2 feet; thence northerly following 
generally the eastern side of Dog Lake to a point 
from which the south-west corner of Lot 190. Simil- 
k.auicen Division of Yale District, bears S. 12° 12' 
E. and is di.stant 2.8.53.4 feet, having a length of 
eight miles as surveyed by W. G. Basikin; EsHp, and 
shown on ,a plan deposited in the Department of 
Public Works, the 5th of February, 1912. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, 

Minister of Public Works. 
Department of I*ublie Works, 

Victoria, B.(J., 20th February, 1912. fe22 


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 


Oefice Annex, Government Buildings, 
Victoria. 

S E.Vr.ED 'LENDERS, superscribed “Tender for 
Office Annex, Government Buildings. Vic- 
toria.” will be received by the Honourable the 
IMinister of Public Works up to 12 o’clock noon 
(,f 'I'bursday, the 29th day of February, 1912, for 
tlie ('rcction and completion of a concrete and 
timber-fraimal office annex, site, corner of Govern- 
ment and Superior Street, Victoria, B.C. 


Plans, specifications, contract, and forms of 
tender may be seen on and after the 20th day 
of February, 1912, at the general office of the 
iJepartment of Public Works, Victoria. 

Contractors wishing to obtain plans and specifi- 
cations can, for the sum of .$15, obtain same by 
applying to the Department ; this sum will be 
refunded upon the return of the plans and specifi- 
cations, or a bona-fide tender. 

Each proposal must be accompanied by an 
accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on 
a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the 
Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for the 
sum of $650, which shall be forfeited if the party 
tendering decline to enter into contract when 
called upon to do so, or if he fail to complete the 
work contracted for. 'The cheques or certificates 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be re- 
turned to them upon the execution of the contract. 

Tenders will not be considered unless made out 
on the forms supplied, signed with the actual 
signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the 
envelopes furnished. 

'The lowest or any tender not necessarily 
accepted. 

J. E. GRIFFITH, 

Public Works Engineer. 
Department of Public Works, 

Victoria, B.C., February llth, 1912. fe22 


PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 


Similkameen Electoral District. 


Richter Mountain Road. 

N otice is hereby given that the following high- 
way, 66 feet in width, is established:, viz : — 
Commencing at a point from which the north- 
east corner of Lot 178, Similkameen Division of 
Yale District, bears S. 77° 50' W. and is distant 
1,882 links ; thence north-westerly to a point from 
which a W.P. on the west boundary, of Lot 303, 
Similkameen Division of Yale District, bears X. 
11° 10' E. and is distant 2,139 links, having a 
length of 3.25 miles, as surveyed by C. C. Allen, 
Esq., and shown on a plan deposited in the Depart- 
ment of Public Works, 5th of February, 1912. 

THOMAS TAYUOR, 

Minister of Public Works. 
Department of Public Works, 

Victoria, B.C., 20th February, 1912. fe22 


PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 


Similkameen Electoral District. 


Penticton and Fish Lake Road. 

N O'iTCE is hereby given that the following high- 
way, 66 feet in width, is establishedi, viz : — 
Commencing at Station 2674-80 of the survey of 
the Penticton and Fish Lake Road'; thence south- 
westerly to a jioint from which the north-east 
corner of Lot 1439, Similkameen Division of Yale 
District, bears X. 69° 20' E. and is distant 712.3 
feet, having a length of 3.65 miles, as surveyed 
by W. G. Baskin, Esq., and shown on a plan 
depo.dted in the Department of Public Works, the 
5lh February, 1912. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, 

Minister of Public Works. 
Department of Public Works, 

Victoria, B.C., 20th February, 1912. fe22 


PUBLIC HIGHWAY. 


Similkameen Electoral District. 


Five-mile Road. 

N otice is hereby given that the following high- 
way, 66 feet in width, is establisheil, viz: — 
Commencing at a point from avhich the south- 
west corner of Imt 937, Kamloops Division of Yale 
District, bears S. 78° E. and is di.stant 138 feet; 
thence northerlv and westerly through I.ots 937, 
!).3S, !)39. 2410. '2141, 2409. 2140, 2138, 2408, 2144, 
970, 2078, 2076, 2075, 2077, 2098, 2088, 2087, 2086, 



‘JdST), 12()S-1, aiul' tiii>Jiii'V('yi‘tl' liuid' Id Stiitioii .’MId dii 
lilt' I’t'iu'liliUKl' Koad Survey, liaviii^ a leiiK'lli of 
lo.liS miles as siirveyisl liy U. 11. rarkiiisoa, 10s(i., 
1M,.S., and shown on a plan (lyposiled in the 
lh‘partnient of I’nhl'ie Works, February 5111, liM2. 

T11().M.\S TAYLOK, 

Minixtcr of 1‘ublic Works. 
liriKirlinciit of I'liblir Works, 

\ irtoriii, 20th Fibniury, l!)12. fe22 


EDUCATION. 


I'blUC'ATION I IKPAUTMKNT, 

February 2()th, 1!)12. 

W llFUFAS the ('oiineil of Public Instruction 
is emiiowered, under the “ Public Schools 
Act,” to create school districts in addition to those 
already in existence, and to tlefine boundaries 
therefor ; also, from time to time, to alter and 
ri'deline the boundaries of existing districts, and 
to iirescribe limits for assisted schools: it is hereby 
notified that the llonourable the t’duncil has bemi 
pleased to redefine the boundaries of the Notch 
Hill School District as follows: — 

A’otvh Hill . — Commencing at the south-west 
corner of Section 24, 'rownshii) 21, Range 12, 

Kamloops Division of ^ale District; thence due 

east seven miles to the south-i'ast corner of Section 
24, Township 21, Range 11; thence due north to 
the south shore-line of Shuswap Lake; thence fol- 
lowing the south shore of said lake westward one 
mile to the western boundary-line of Section 24, 
Township 22, Range 11 ; thence due south to the 
north-west corner of Section 12, Township 22, 

Range 11; thence due west to the north-west 
corner of Section 12, Township 22, Range 12 ; 

and thence due south to the point of commence- 
ment. 

ALEXANDER ROBINSON, 
fe22 Huycrinteodcnt of Education. 


Education Department, 

February 20th, 1912. 

W HEREAS the Council of Public Instruction 
is empowered, under the “ I’ublic Schools 
Act,” to create school districts in addition to 
those already in existence, and to define boundaries 
therefor ; also, from time to time, to alter and 
redefine the boundaries of existing districts, to 
prescribe limits for assisted schools and to reduce 
the status of school districts: it is hereby notified 
that the Honourable the Council has been pleased 
to reduce the status of the Kimberley School Dis- 
trict from that of a regularly organized school dis- 
trict to that of an assisted school district with 
boundaries as defined on the 12th February, 1902. 

ALEXANDER ROBINSON, 
fe22 Superintendent of Education. 


'I'lie jdace where I he head olliee of Die .\ssocial ion 
is si I mile is King.sgale. 

Daled al Die Cily of Vicloria, in Die I rovince 
of Brilish ('oliimbia, Dii.s fii'st day of lebriiary, 
a. II. 1912. 

(Signed) PBICE ELLISON, 
f,.S Minister of Einanee and Anrieullure. 


CERTIFH’ATE OF INCORPOKATION. 

“ Acuicui.TUiiE A.swoctationh Act, 1911.” 
Part II. 

(B.C. Statules, 1911, c. 2, s. .‘IG.) 

rilEREAS Ihere has been filed in the office of 
the .Minisler of Finance and .Agriculture a 
Declaralion of .Association, numbered 20, suh- 
scribiHl by nol less Dian twenlyOive persons who 
are desirous of forming Ihemselves into an .Asso- 
ciation under the provisions of the above Act : 

.And whereas the reciuirements of the said Act 
have been duly complied with: 

1 do hereby certify that on and after the date 
of this Certificate the persons whose names are 
subscribi'd to the said Declaration of .Association, 
numbered 20, logelher with such other persons as 
may from time to lime become members of the 
As.socialion, shall be a body corporate by the name 
of “ Slocan Lake .Agricultural .Association,” with all 
the powers conferredi by law in that behalf. 

'I'lie portion of the Province of Brilish Columbia 
in wlnicli the Association proposes to do business 
is the district covered by New Denver Farmers’ 
Institute. 

'riie jilace where the head office of the Association 
is situate is New Denver, B.C. 

Dated at the City Vicloria, in the Province 
of British Columbia, this first day of February, 
A.p. 1912. 

(Signed) PRICE ELLISON, 
feS Minister of Finance and Agriculture. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


RUPERT DISTRICT. 


N OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, A’ictoria, and at the oflice of the 
Oovernment .Agent, Alberni ; — 

Imt 820. — “ .A. T. Monteith ” Mineral Claim. 

G. 11. D.AWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Metoria. B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel.5 



AGRICULTURE. 


NEAV WEST.MINSTER DISTRICT. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ .Agricultural Associations Act, 1911.” 

Part 1 1. 

(B.C. Statutes, 1911, c. 2, s. 30.) 

'TATHERE.AS there has been filed in the office of 
VV the Minister of Finance and Agriculture a 
Declaration of .Association, numbered 25, subscribed 
by not less than twenty-five persons who are 
desirous of forming themselves into an Association 
under the provisions of this Act : 

And whereas the requirements of the said Act 
have been duly complied with : 

I do hereby certify that on and after the date of 
this Certificate the persons whose names are sub- 
scribed to the said Declaration of .Association, 
numbered 25, together with such other persons as 
may from time to time become members of the 
.Association, shall be a body corporate by the name 
of “ Moyie Valley Farmers’ Institute,” with all the 
powers conferred by law in that behalf. 

The portion of the Province of British Columbia 
in which the .Association proposed to do business 
is the Valley of the Moyie River and its tribu- 
taries, within Cranbrook Electoral District, East 
Kootenay. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, A’ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government .Agent, New Westminster : — 

Lot 2401. — Alice .Amelia Dauphinee, .Application to 
Purchase, dated .January, 1911. 

,, 2402. — Kate McD. Dauphinee, Application to 
Purchase, dated January, 1911. 

„ 2403. — Grace W. Dauphinee, Application to 
Purchase, dated January, 1911. 

,, 2404. — Thomas R. Pearson, Application to 
Purchase, dated: January, 1911. 

„ .3373. — George Yelland, Application to Pur- 
cha.se, dated Dec. 8th, 1910. 

„ .3374. — Cecil: Pulham, .Application to Purchase 
dated Dec. Sth, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixtj days from the date of this notice. 


G. H. D.AAVSON, 

n . . .. r Survey or- General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C,, February 22nd, 1912, fe22 


1398 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been survej'cd, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Clinton : — 

Lot 1.543. — Samuel Walter Spetch, Pre-emption Re- 
cord 1517, dated May 25th, 1910. 

., 1792. — B.C. Government. 

„ 1793.— 

„ 1794.— „ 

„ lp6.— 

,, 1 i 9 ( . , , 

,, ISQl. — William Wellington Boyd, Pre-emption 
Record 1G78. diated June 13th, 1911. 

„ 2080. — William Wellington Boyd, Application 

to Lease, diated Oct. 19th, 1909. 

,, 20S1. — O. H. Atwood, Pre-emption Record 

1G77, dated June Sth, 1911. 

„ 20S2. — ^Olney Henry Atwood, Application to 
Lease, dated Oct. 19th, 1909. 

,, 2GG9. — Fred Clifton Thorne, Application to 
Purchase, dated May 26th, 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

S' urveyor-Ge)ieral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.G., Fehruary 22nd, 1912. fe22 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, I'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Prince Rupert : — 

Lot 1075. — “ Ketchum ” Mineral Claim. 

,, 107G. — “ Stop and Resit ” „ 

„ 1077. — “ Sunshine ” ,, 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

S urveyor-Gencral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fehruary 22nd, 1012. fe22 


QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of tlie same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \4ctoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government .Vgent. I’rince Rupert; — 

Lot 1971. — “Reid” IMineral Claim. 

G. 1 1. DAWSON, 

(S' urvcyor-Gcn crai. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fehruary 22nd, 1912. fe22 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the umhu- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
al)()V((-named district, liave be('n survi'yed, and that 
])lans of tlie same can be seen at tlie Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, llazelton: — 

Lot 2372. — Frederick James llendereon, Applic.a- 
tion to 1‘ureliase. 

„ 5422. — Annie Helen Campbell, Application to 

Purchase. 

Persons consideilug their rights ad versidy affected 
by tlie al)0V(‘ surveys, must furnisli ,a statement of 
their contention to tlu' Alinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAAVSON, 

/S ' ur veyor- Gen era I. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fehruary 22nd, 1912, fe22 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, A'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Port George: — 

Lot 2405. — B.C. Government. 


„ 2418.— 
„ 2419.— 
„ 4225.— 
„ 4247.— 
„ 4248.— 
„ 4249.— 
„ 4256.— 
„ 4257.— 
., 42.58.— 
„ 4259.— 
„ 4260.— 
„ 4261.— 
„ 4262.— 
„ 4263.— 
„ 4264.— 
„ 4265.— 
„ 4267.— 
„ 4208.— 
„ 4269.— 
„ 4270.— 
„ 4271.— 
„ 4273.— 
„ 4274.— 
„ 6205.— 
„ 6206.— 


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Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 


G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 


Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fehruary 22nd, 1912. fe22 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
tliat plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Wetoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nelson ; — 

Lot 9354. — “ Enterprise Fractional ” 

Mineral Claim. 

., 9356. — “ Maj-flower ” 

„ 9,357.—“ Bluebird ” 

„ 9358.— “Last Chance” 

,, 93.59. — “ United Fractional ” 

„ 10620.— “ Eureka” 

„ 10621.—“ Mayflower ” 

,, 10622. — “ Eureka Fractional ” 

„ 10623. — “ Enterprise ” 

,, 10(>24. — “ Snowstorm ” 

„ 10817.—“ Unit ” 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General 

Department of Lands, 

1 ietoria, B.C., Fehruary 22nd, 1912. fe22 
SIM I LK AMEEN DJ STRICT. 


l^oriCE i.s hereby given that the under- 
’ mentiom'd mineral claims, situattai in the 
above-named district, liave been surveyed, and 
that Ilians of tlie same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \ ietoria. and at the ollice of the 
(.overnment .Vgent, Fairview : — 

“lloiie” Mineral Claim. 

., 132 < (S.).— “ Orignnal ” 

,, 1570 (S.). — “ Hope Fraction ” ” 

G. 1 1. DAWSON, 

,, . j j- r T ^»>'>-cyor-Gcneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fehruary 22nd, 1912. fe22 




Fkkkuauy 2liNi»^ TIII'j HlilTISIl OOH'MIHA (iA/l'>l I I'-!- 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

N'i;\V WKSTMlNS’l’KIt I >1 S'I'I{ 1 ( 'T. 


N O'riCIO is licri-li.v Kivcn tliat iiny piTson, 
pari iH'i'sliip, coMipaiiy, or niiinicipalily liav- 
iii;; any claiin lo wjitor rifjlits in tia* Railway licit 
may lilt' with the ('hief Water ( 'oininissioner at 
tilt' I’arlianu'nt ItnildinK^^, N’ictoria, a statement <)f 
claim to water privileges on a printed form (No. 
i'ttl), which can Ix' ohtaint'd from tin* Water Com- 
missioners at New Westminster, Yale, Ashcroft, 
Kamloops, Uevi'lstoke, and (Jolden, or from the 
Chief Water Commissioner. 

Kvidence will h<! heard at local points as soon as 
the claims have been e.\amin('d and tabulated, and 
notices will he published in the Ilritish (’olnmhia 
(lazette and local papt'rs of the place and date 
when each stream will he dealt with. Objections 
may he filed with the (’hief Water Commissioner. 
The following streams are supposed to be wholly 
or partially within the Railway Jlelt in the New 
Westminster Water District: — 

Atchelitz River. 

Atchntitch River. 

Reaver Creek. 

Rertrand Creek. 

Role Creek. 

Rristo Creek. 

Rrunette River. 

Runtzen T.ake. 

Campbell River. 

Cascade Creek. 

Cheam T^akc. 

Chehalis I^ake. 

Chehalis River. 

Chilliwhack River. 

Como I.ake. 

Coquitlam Lake. 

Coquitlam River. 

Cultus Lake. 

Cypress Lake. 

Deer Lake. 

Deer T.ake Stream. 

Dunville Creek. 

Eagle Creek. 

Elk Creek. 

Elm Creek. 

Elsons Creek. 

Fraser River. 

Fields Spring. 

Gold Creek. 

(ioose Lake. 

Harrison Hot Springs. 

Harrison Lake. 

Harrison River. 

Hatzic Lake. 

Indian River. 

Innis Creek. 

Jackman Creek. 

Johnston Creek. 

Kanaka Creek. 

Kanaka Creek, North Branch. 

Laity Creek. 

Lewis Creek. 

Lillooet Lake. 

Lillooet River. 

Lillooet River, North. 

Lillooet River, North Fork. 

Lillooet River, South. 

Little Lillooet River. 

Luckachuck River. 
jNIatsqui Prairie Creek. 

Mesliloet River. 

McGillivrays Creek. 

McKenny Creek. 

^lission Creek. 

Mitchell Creek. 

Alorris Lake. 

IMurray Creek. 

Nicomekl River. 

Noons Creek. 

Otter Lake. 

Pitt Lake. 

Pitt River. 

Salmon Creek. 

Salmon River. 

Semihalt Creek. 


SiTpi-nl ine River. 
Silver Creek. 
S(|uawkum Luke. 
Slatloo Lake. 
Slatloo River. 
Stav(' Lak(‘. 

Slave River. 
Sicelhead ('reek. 
Stewart Creek. 
Stony (’reek. 
Suicide (’reek. 


Sumas Lake. 

Sumas River. 

Sweltzer River. 

Tamihy Creek. 

Trout Lake. 

^'eddcrs Creek. 

A'iarette Creek. 

Walker Creek. 

Weaver Creek. 

Weaver I.ake. 

Welcome I^ake. 

M’ilson Creek. 

Creek running through Section 20, Township .'10, 
and Lot 220, Group 1, and emptying into Rur- 
rard Inlet opixisite Port Moody. 

T’nnanied stream flowing through Lot 22G, 
Group 1. 

Small spring creek situated on Lots 22 and 24, 
in Mission 'I’ownsitc. 

Stream running through I.ot 4, Group .3, and 
I.ot 2, Grouj) .3, Mission 3'ownsite. 

Spring on Subdivision 30 of the S.E. Section 
S, 3’ownship 8. 

Stream which crosses the main line of C.P.Ry. 
1,020 feet east of Mission Station. 

Small stream east of Whonnock Station, C.P.Ry., 
running through jjart of Lot 434, Group 1. 

Stream at Ron Accord. 

Small stream just east of Whonnock Station, 
Lot 434, Township 14. 

Stream at Cascade Station, C.P.Ry., mile 
037G/.30. 

Small unnamed creek running north through 
west side of District Lot 201, Group L 

Small spring in Section 17, Block 5 north. 
Range 2 west, Townshij) .38. 

Stream running through I.ot 311, Group 1. 

Spring at head of a gulch on N.W. of Section 
21, Township 1. 

Unknown stream flowing through Lot 225, 
Group 1. 

Springs at head of gulch on N.W. lA Section 20, 
Township 1. 

Stream running through portion of E. % Section 
3, Township G, Range 7 west of 7th, into 
North Arm of Burrard Inlet. 

Unnamed easterly stream running off Vidder 
Mountain, through Lot 83, Group 2. 

Unnamed stream on Lot 12, Township 4, Delta 
^Municipality. 

Unnamed stream flowing in a south-easterly 
direction through (iovernment Reserve and 
part of Lot 22G, Group 1. 

Spring near south-east corner Lot G2, plan of 
subdivision of Lot 1, Group 3, Township 17. 

Unnamed creek on north-east portion of S.E. % 
^ Section 28, Township 1. 

Unnamed creek near south-west corner of S.W. 
14 Section 5, Township 15. 

Three springs on west part of Lot 51, Group 2. 

Unnamed spring on S.E. 14 Section 30, Town- 
ship 1. 


oLiccim euLciing on western boundary of 
Section 22, Block 5 north. Range 1, Town- 
ship 38. 

Creek No. 3, rising on east side of Halls Prairie 
Road and flowing hence through N.E V. of 
Section 20, Township 8. 

Creek No. 2 Using on east side of Halls Prairie 
Road and flowing hence through N E of 
Section 20, Township 8. ‘ 

Creek No 1, north of Clayton School-house on 
east side of Halls Prairie Road. 

^*and running through Lots 375 

Unnamed stream flowing north-west through 
Sections 2 and 11, Township 19. 


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THE BKITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


Unnamed stream flowing through Lots 349, 
347, and 34S. 

Unnamed stream running through Lot 30, Town- 
ship 12. 

Stream rising in Block 229, Group 1, and run- 
ning into Bedwell Bay, North Arm Burrard 
Inlet. 

Unnamed stream running through Town Lot 
7.84, Port Hammond Townsite. 

Unnamed stream running through Lot 429, 
Township 9. 

Unnamed stream coming from hill-side about 
1,000 feet west of Silverdale Siding, C.P.Ily. 

Unnamed stream rising north of Keary Street, 
Sapperton, thence along ravine. 

Small creek running through N.E. M Section 
24. Township 26. 

Small stream flowing through N.E. % of Section 
20, Township 17. 

Unnamed stream flowing through Lot 32 of 
subdivision of Lot 1, Group 3. 

Unnamed stream rising half a mile west of 
Abbotsford and running through S.E. % 
Section 21, Township 16, and Abbotsford 
Townsite. 

Unnamed stream flowing through Section 19, 
Block 5 north. Range 2 west. 

Unnamed stream running through N.E. 44 
Section 10, Township 16. 

Unnamed creek on N.E. 44 Section 27, Group 1, 
Surrey Municipality. 

Unnamed spring on S.E. 44 Section 24, Town- 
ship 8. 

Unnamed spring on N.E. 44 Ssection 3, Town- 
ship 16. 

Unnamed creek on S.E. 44 Section 10, Town- 
ship 16. 

Unnamed stream on E. 4^ Section 11, Town- 
ship 19. 

Unnamed stream running through W. 4^ Lot 
190, Group 1. 

Unnamed creek emptying into North Arm Bur- 
rard Inlet, one mile south of Granite Creek. 

Unnamed stream running through Lot 376 and 
into Burrard Inlet. 

Unnamed stream flowing through Sections 20 
and 17 and Lot 220, all in Township 39. 

Spring near centre part of N.W. 44 Section 8, 
Township 8. 

Unnamed stream running from mountains on 
west side of l*itt River. 

Si)rings on north end of Lot 109, near Skidway 
Road, Group 1. 

Unnamed stream 20 chains from Austin Road, 
Port Moody Road, New Westminster. 

Unnamed stream running south across Austin 
Road, Township 38. 

Unnamed stream running through Section 30, 
Township 12. 

Unnamed creek passing through Sections 29 and 
32, Townshii) 16. 

.\ small spring situated on legal Subdivision 13, 
Section 4, O’ownshii) 2. 

Spring on California Street, between Welton 
Avenue and Thortie Avenue, Mission City. 

Spring on i/ot 18, Block 96, Mission City. 

UnnaiiH'd stream flowing through the N.E. 44 of 
Section 24, Township 1, 

Unnamed stream running through N.W. 44 of 
Section 31, 'rownship 29. 

Two small lakes on Lots 360 and 362, Group 1, 
known as East and West Lakes. 

Sti’eam rising on Lot 30.6, Group 1. 

Spring on S.E. '/i Section 3.6, Township 16. 

Spring on .N.E. 44 Section 3.6, Townshi]) 16. 

Stnaim running across Section 18 in Township 
22 and S(>ction 13, 'rownshi|) 19. 

Small stream running through District Lot 268, 
Group 1. 

Spring rising on S.E. 44 Section 1, Township 23. 

UnnaiiK'd stream (lowing through .N.E. 44 Section 
7, Tow!iship 24. 

Stream on N.W. Vj Section 3, Township 2. 

Stream running through Section 29, Township 1, 
south-east of Nicomekl River. 

Unnamed stream in N.E. 44 Section 2, Town- 
ship 19. 

Unnamed stream running through Lots 376 and 
202 and emptying into Burrard Inlet. 


Unnamed creek flowing through Lot 51, Group 2, 
into Boundary Bay. 

Statements of claims may also be filed to water 
in any unnamed spring, stream, creek, pond, gulch, 
lake, or other source of water supply, in the vicinity 
of any of the said creeks, etc. 

Dated February 21st, 1912. 

W. R. ROSS, 

fe22 Minister of Lands. 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situnted in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depai-t- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Hazelton : — 

Lot 1633. — Joseph Edgar Wellwood:, Application to 
Purchase, dated Jan. 19th,. 1910. 

„ 1634. — James E. Bassett, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated' Nov. 11th, 1909. 

„ 1635. — Frederick Edmund Anderson, Applica- 

tion to Purchase, dated Jan. 19th, 1910. 
„ 1636. — Isaac Sylvester Rowley, Application to 

Purchase, dated Jan. 19th, 1910. 

„ 1637. — William Westyi Kidd, Application, to 

Purchase, dated Jan. 19th, 1910. 

„ 1638. — Allan Ferguson Frame, Application to 

Purchase, dated Jan. 19th, 1910. 

„ 1039. — William Rutter, Application to Pur- 

chase, dialed March 19th, 1910. 

„ 1641. — Mrs. James E. Bassett, Application to 

Purchase, dated Nov. 11th, 1909. 

„ 1642. — B.C. Government. 

„ 1643. — James Forest White, Application to 
Purchase, dated Julyi 16th, 1910. 

,, 1644. — Milton Hoet Laidlaw, Application to 
Purchase, dated July 16th, 1910. 

„ 1645. — Isaac Grove, Application to Purchase, 

July, 1910. 

,, 1646. — Henry Adolph Hulverson, Application 

to Purchase, dialed July 16th, 1910. 

„ 1648. — B.C. Government. 

„ 1649. — Olonzo Mitchell, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated July 16th, 1910. 

,, 1650.— Mis. Pirt Warn, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated July 16th, 1910. 

,, 1660a. — B.C. Government. 


„ 1653.— 
,, 16.65. — 
., 16.66.— 


„ 1740. — Edmond Langley, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated March 9th, 1910. 

I’ersons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
si.xty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Survcyor-GencraL 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fchriiary 22nd, 1912. fe22 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kaslo:— 

Lot 11028. — Pauline McKerreM Watson. Applica- 
tion to I'urchase, dated June 30th, 
1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey, must ftirnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

/S urveyor-Oeneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C,, February 22nd, 1912. fe22 


1101 


FKimiiAKY 22 ni), 1012.] TIIK MKITIHII COLU.MIUA (JAZFTTIO. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


Ql'KK.V ('ll.\UL()TTI0 ISI..\.\1)S Dl.STKHn'. 


NKW WRST.M IXS'l'IOi: IUH'ntK'T. 


N O'l'lcnO is lu'ieUy ftivcii that tlui iiiahT- 
iiii'iitioni'd tracts of land, situated in the 
ahovo-naincd district, have been surveyed, and that 
Ilians of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, N’ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
(Joverninent AKcnt, l‘rince Uiipert : — 

Lot .^iri. — I’rinco Knpert Whaling Co., Applica- 

tion to Ihirchiase, datinl Oct. 1st, 1910. 
„ r>7. — Queen Charlotte Whaling Co., Aiipli- 

cation to I'nrchase, dated Oct. 2Sth, 
1910. 

„ Idl.'L — Daniase Leroiix, Application to I'nr- 
chase, date<l June 8th, 1910. 

I'ersons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, li.C., January 25th, 1912. ja2.'j 


CASSIAll DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the undei’- 
mentioned minei’al claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
Government Agent, Prince Rupert : — 

Lot 88. — “ I.ast Chance ” Mineral Claim. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

^Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Clinton : — 

Lot 395. — Dugald McDonald, Pre-emption Record 
1049, dated March 23rd, 1903. 

„ G33. — John Murdock, Pre-emption Record 

1318, dated May 25th, 1908. 

„ 0.34. — Frank Millar, Pre-emption Record; 1519, 

dated May 2Gth, 1910. 

„ G30. — Malcolm McDonald, Pre-emption Reconi 

1098, dated July 12th, 1904. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 3. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria: — 

T. L. 40518. — Cassiar Timber Syndicate, 

covering Lot 


40515.— 

4a516.— 

40508.— 

40.509.— 

40510.— 


734. 

735. 

736. 

737. 

738. 

739. 


Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

S' urveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


N otice is hereby given (hat (he iitider- 
ineiitioned tract of land, silnaled in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and (hat 
a i)lan of the same can he seen at the D(‘part- 
nnuit of Lands, N’ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government .\gent. New West minster: — 
lx)t 2.840. — William Pt'dder, Aiiplictit ion to Piir- 
chiist', (lilted .lune liSth, 1910. 

Pensons wnsidering their rights ad vi-rsidy 'affected 
by the above survey, must furnish a stateimuiL of 
Ihoir contention to (he Minister of LiiiuLs within 
sixty day.s from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

I'ietorla, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \’ictoria, and at the office of the 
Goveimnient -Agent, Clinton : — 

Lot 393. — .lohn McIntosh .Tones, Pre-emption Re- 
cord 100!), dated Jan. ISth, 1902. 

„ 2748. — R. .A. -Allan, -Apiilicatioii to Purchase, 

dated -Aug. 2Gth, 1910- 

„ 2749. — Lillian McPhail, -Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Aug. 2()th, 1910. 

„ 2750. — Dan McKenzie, -Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated -August 2Gth, 1910. 
Peiisons con.sidering their righ'ts adversely laffocted 
by the above surveys, must fuiTi'ish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of ‘Lands within 
sixty daj'S from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAAVSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Adetoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Cranbrook : — 

Lot 11078. — Royal Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., 

C. L. IGOl. 

„ llOSO.— „ „ „ „ 1000. 

Pereons considering their rights adversely 'a ff(?cted 
by the above surveys, mu.st furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister O'! 'Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAAVSON, 

S urveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Vietoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


KAAILOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Adetoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nicola : — 

Lot 2100.— Wallace Wert Triplett. Pre-emption 
Record 872, dated Dec. 14th, 1909. 
Persons considering their rights adrersely affected 
by the above survey, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice 


G. II. DAAVSON, 

n-, 4 X X r ^ Purveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.G., February 1st, 1912. fel 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at tlie oHice of the 
Government Agent, Prince Rupert : — 

T. L. 35392. — The Graham Island Lumber Co., 

covering Lot 1475. 
,. 35.393.— „ „ „ 14TG. 

„ 35394.— „ „ „ 1477. 

.. 35395.— „ „ „ 1478. 

Pei-sons considering their i-ights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister O'f Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kamloops : — • 

T. L. 37946. — Savonas Land & Lumber Co., 

covering Lot 2639. 

,, 40443. — Arrow Lakes Lumber Co.,. Ltd., 

covering Ix)t 2687. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, mus’^ furnish a statement of 
their contention to the IMinister of Hands wdthin 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — 

Lot 1566 (S.). — .lean Claude Ferroux, Pre-emption 
Record No. 414 (S), dated .Ian. 4th, 
1909. 

N.E. %, Sec. 3, Tp. 28. — Samuel .Tohii Currie, Pre- 
emption Record No. 477 (S.), dated 
.Tulv 29th. 1909. 

E. 1/2 of E. 1/2 Sec. 10, Tp. 28.— Robert Rose, Pre- 
emption Record No. 545 (S.), dated 
.Tan. 14 th, 1910. 

S.W. %, Sec. 11, Tp. 28.— Earnest W. Wilkinson, 
Pre-emption Record No. 462 (S.), dated 
.Tune 9th, 1909. 

Persons co'nsidering Ihcir rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furn'ish a statement of 
their contention to the IMinister of 'T>ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAIVSON, 

S urvcyor-General. 

Department of Tjands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


IVEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nelson : — 

Lot 10640. — “ Silverstone ” Mineral Claim. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fort George; — 

Lot 3353. — James A. McEachran, Pre-emption Re- 
cord No. 1096, dated Aug. 12th, 1911. 
„ 6460. — Albert E. Hill, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feb. 2nd, 1910. 

„ 6461. — Minnie F. Hill, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feb. 2nd, 1910. 

„ 66.39. — .lohn Edwards Bowron, Application to 

Purchase. 

„ 6640. — Alice Maud Martha Tunstall, Appli- 

cation to Purchase. 

„ 6641. — David Williams, Application to Pur- 

chase. 

„ 6642. — Thomas M. 'Williams, Application to 

Purchase. 

„ 6658. — Thomas P. McConnell, Application to 

Purchase. 

„ 6660. — Edith Ramlose, Application to Pur- 

chase. 

PersO'ns considering their rights adversely affected 
by 'the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this no'tice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of L^ands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


OSOYOOS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Vernon : — 

Lot 3616. — Andrew Kennedy, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated June 21st, 1910. 

„ 3617. — George Thompson, Pre-emption Record 

5796, dated Oct. 7th, 1909. 

„ 3963. — B.C. Government. 

,, 3964.— „ 

„ 3966. — „ 

„ 3967. — „ 

„ 3968. — Harold Middleton Ellis, Application to 

Purchase, dated .Tune 20th, 1910. 

„ 3969. — B.C. Government. 

„ 3970.— 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the ^Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 1. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Provincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver: — 

T. L. 38222. — E. L. Matthews & Sawyer & Austin 
Lumber Company, covering Ixit 13.52. 
„ 39710. — E. L. Matthews & Sawyer & Austin 

Lumber Company, covering T.ot 1354. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty daj's from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

S urvey or -General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

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—The 

Graham 

Island 

Lumber 

('o., 




covering Lot 

14S7. 




«» 

35403. 

-The 

Graham 

I sland 

Lumber 

Co., 




covering Lot 

1-L8.S. 




*» 

35404. 

— 'I’lie 

Graham 

I si and 

Lumber 

Co., 




covering Lot 

14 NO. 




»» 

3540.5. 

—The 

Graham 

Island 

Lumber 

Co., 




covering Lot 

14110. 




»♦ 

3.5-100. 

—The 

G raham 

island 

Lumber 

Co., 




covering Lot 

1401. 





.3.5407.- 

-The 

G raham 

NIand 

Lumber 

f'o.. 




COVI 

ring Lot 

1402. 




*t 

3.54 OS. 

- The 

Graham 

l.sland 

Ltimber 

Co., 




COVI 

ring Lot 

1493. 





42932. 

— 'Lhe 

Graham 

Island 

Lumber 

f'o.. 




CI)V( 

ring Lot 

1404. 




♦» 

40802. 

—The 

Graham 

Island 

I.umber 

Co., 


oovpriiiK Lot I-ID"). 


Persons considcrin,!? tlieir rights adversely nlTected 
by tlio above surveys, must fiirnisli a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of l.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Survcyor-ClencraL 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January IRth, 1912. jalS 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, sitnat('d in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Provincial Timber Inspector, 'N'ancouver : — 

T. L. 441)52. — George Henry Deighlon and John 
Livingstone Hammond, covering 
Lot 2.370. 

„ 3S04S. — A. B. Bettes, covering Lot 3111. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty da 3 's from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Hurveyor-Gencral. 

Department of intndfi, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. .ialS 


SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the otlice of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — 

Lot 1422 (S.). — “ Belmon't Fractional” Mineral 
Claim. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Vietoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jalS 

EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Cranbrook: — 

Lot 10315. — “ Wasa ” Mineral Claim. 

„ 1031G. — “ Mammoth ” „ 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 19^7 jal8 

3 


N OTK’E is herehy given Hint the undei- 
nienlidiied Iraels of land, silnaled in tin* 
a bove-na till'd dislriel, have been survej'ed, and that 
plans of tbe same ean be .seen at Ibe Dejiart- 
meiit of Lands, I'ietoria, and at the ollice of the 
Goveinmeiit ,\gent, llazeltoii: — 

Lot 12S2. — L'barles .Moore, Applicalion to Pur- 
cha-Ji', daleil Oct. (illi, 11)10. 

„ 2127. Ediward Sweet, Pre-empl ion Record 

1130, dated June 23rd, 1011. 

Persons considering their rights ad versidy affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSO.N, 

Surveyor-General. 

Deparlnient of Lands, 

\ ictoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. ja LS 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


tbe Depart- 
ollice of the 


N O'ITCE is hereb.v given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surve.yi'd, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at 
ment of Lands, I’ictoria, and at the 
Government .Agent, Barkerville: — 

Lot 0525. — B.C. Government. 

„ 0520.— 

,. 0527. — „ 

„ 052.S.- 

0520.— 

.. 0530.— 

I’ersons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of liands within 
sixty daj’s from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jal8 

OSOYOOS DISTRICT. 


lyrOTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be .seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, A^rnon ; — 

S. % of S.AV. i/i. Sec. 13. Tp. 41.— Joseph Mar- 
riott Edgar. .Application to Purchase, dated 
Sept. 15th, iniO. 

Persons considering their rights adversel.v affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of I.ands within 
sixtj’ daj's from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAAVSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jalS 


KAAILOOPS DISTRICT. 


I^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
-hi mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Wetoria. and at the office of the 
Government .Agent, Nicola:— 

Lot 2S11.— Patrick Harrison Cantlin. Pre-emption 

24„.-Haward Collin .McCann. Pre-emption 
Record 903. dated April 29th, 1910. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 

Jvtv to the Minister of Lands within 

sixtj dajs from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAM-SON. 

Department of Lands, ^^'rveyor-General 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jal^ 


1404 


THE BIUTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the iinder- 
ineutioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Dei)art- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Cranbrook : — 

Lot 10342. — John Irvine, Application to Purchase, 
dated Sept. 2.5th, 1011. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinistcr of Lauds within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

^'ictcria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kaslo : — 

Lot 10396. — Ada Irene Clough, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated May 4th. 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lauds within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated iii the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Golden : — 

Lot 7501. — Osborne Cromie, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated .Tan. 5th, 1911. 

,, 9958. — F. C. Lang, Application to Purchase, 

dated March 29th, 1911. 

„ 10741. — John Wilkinson, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated Jan. 17th, 1911. 

„ 11027. — Frederick IMackinrot, Application to 

Purdiase, dated July 17t!i, 1911. 

„ 11039. — August Rugram, Pre-emption Itecord 

704, dated Nov. 25th. 1910. 

Persons con.sidering 'I heir righ ts adversely affected 
by the above survey.s, niusit furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister o'f Lands within 
sixty days from the date of tliis notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-G cneral. 

Department of Lands, 

\ ictoria, B.G., February 8th, 1912. feS 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and tliat 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the oflice of the 
Government Agent, Clinton : — 

Lots 1S()2 to 1865 (inclusive). — B.C. Government. 

„ 186.8 to 1.873 

„ 1.879 to 1,8,81 _ 

Per.sons considering their rights advei'sely affected 

by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Land.s within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of I.ands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. fo8 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Ilazelton : — 

Lot 1665. — R.C. Government. 

,, 16f>6. — Robert W. Pope, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 19th, 1910. 

,, 1667. — James I’ope, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 19th, 1910. 

„ 166,8. — Carry Gamier, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 19th, 1910. 

„ 1669. — Harry McGregor, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 19th, 1910. 

„ 1670. — Leonard N. Nestell, Application to 

Ihirchase, dated Feb. 19th, 1910. 

„ 1671. — James F. Breeze, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. lOtli, 1910. 

,, 1672. — Mrs. James I’ope, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 19th, 1910. 

Lots 1673, 1674, 1675, 1751, 1752, 1753, 1754, 
1755, 1755a, 1756, 1756a, 1757, 1757a, 
1758, 175Sa, 1759. — B.C. Government. 
Persons considering Iheir rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of I.ranicls within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 


SAYWARD DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surve.yed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, ^4ct()ria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nanaimo : — 

Lot 721. — “ Saxon ” Mineral Claim. 

„ 722.—“ Rising Sun ” 

„ 723. — “ Lucky Jim ” „ 

G. II. DAWSON. 

S urvcyor-Gcn eral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. fe8 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
tliat i)Ians of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, 5’ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kaslo: — 

Lot 19443. — “ Marble Head ” IMiueral Claim. 

., 10444.— “ North Star Fr.” 

,, 10445. — “ Mountain T'iew “ 

G. H. DAWSON, 

S u r veyor- G en oral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the odice of the 
Government Agent, Prince Rupert: — 

T.L. 4449(). — ^Eruest H. Leverson, covering Lot 751. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the -Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of I.ands, 

i'ictoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. 


feS 


1 1 or* 


Kkhki aky 22ni), lOIl!-! Till-: IIKITISII ('()!. TM IMA (;AZI-:TTI<: 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

(’A.N('K1,L.\'1'1(».\' OK UKSKKVi:. 


N ( )'!'!( 'K is licri'h.v trivcii tliiil tlif ri-st-rvc cxisl- 
iiiK over I 1)1 I.')*')!), (ifoiip 1, Xi'W W t'sl- 

iiiiiistcr l)istriil. is cunct'lli'd in so fur ns tin' siinii’ 
rt'liilcs to till' I'lisli'i'ly 7(1 iici'i'S of tin* siiid lot. 

liOItT. A. UlO.WVK'K, 

Dvituty Minislcr uf Lauds. 

IhiHUttuvut (*/ Lauds, 

\ ii'toria, January Jilt, 1912. jail 


gUEKX ClIAULOTTK ISLAND DISTUICT. 


N otice is liereby given that tlie under- 
nu'utioiu'd tracts of land, sitinitcd in tlie 
above-uaincd district, have been surveyed, and that 
Ilians of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of l.ands, Victoria, and at tlie ollice of the 
Covernmeni Agent, I’rince Knpert : — 

Lot 1703. — Lose AL Woodrow, Application to l*nr- 
chase. 

,, 1704. — Emily Woodrow, Application to I’ur- 

cbase. 

„ 170"), — Jessie Corry, Application to I’nrcbase. 

,, 1700. — J. A. Jackson, Apiilication to I’nrcbase. 

„ 170S. — Ceorge Dearing, Application to Tiir- 

chase. 

., 1705). — Walter Evans, Application to I’ur- 

chase. 

,, 1710. — Albert Wbyte, Application to I’nrcha.sc. 

„ 1711. — J. N. Shields, Application to I’nrchase, 

dated June 'dStb, 1010. 

„ 1718. — E. II. N. Norton, Application to rur- 

cbase, dated .Inne 28tb, 1010. 

„ 1710. — A. K. Johnston, Application to I’ur- 

cbase, dated June 28th, 1010. 

„ 1720. — Robert I’ringle, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated June 281b, 1010. 

„ 1721. — Benjamin Woodbauk, Application to 

I’urchase, dated June 28th, 1010. 

„ 1722. — Charles Waskett, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated June 28th, 1010. 

,, 1723. — A. Bethune, Application to Purchase. 

,, 1724. — W. C. Stearman, Application to I’ur- 

chase. 

,, 1720. — O. W. Rafuse, Application to Purchase, 

chase, dated August 31st, 1010. 

„ 1727. — E. Harrison, Application to I’urchase, 

dated August lath, 1010. 

,, 1728. — E. Irene Boyle, Application to I’ur- 
chase. 

,, 1729. — J. B. Boyle, xVpplication to Purchase. 

„ 1730. — Joseph 11’. Vipond, Application to I’ur- 

chase. 

,, 1731. — J. V. Ditmars, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated August 31st, 1910. 

„ 1732. — Donald McLean, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 31st, 1910. 

„ 1733. — William McLean, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 31st, 1910. 

„ 1734. — Samuel Hammond, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 31st, 1910. 

„ 1735. — J. William Berry, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 15th, 1910. 

,, 1736. — Charles W. Hills, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 15th, 1910. 

„ 1737. — William R. Manson, Application to 

Purchase, dated August 15th, 1910. 

„ 1738. — Mary Maxwell, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 31st, 1910. 

,, 1739. — IV. G. Gillespie, Application to Pur- 

chase, d'ated August 31st, 1910. 

„ 1740. — Jessie Livesey, Application to Purchase, 

dated August 15th, 1910. 

„ 1741. — Josephine Ditmars, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 31st, 1910. 

,, 1743. — Ernest T. Wearmouth, Pre-emption Re- 

cord, dated February 3rd, 1911. 

„ 1744. — Cecil IVylam Wearmouth, Application 

to Purchase, dated March 22ud, 1910. 
„ 1748. — Richard Roediger, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated January Sth, 1908. 

„ 1749. — Robert James Eilbeck, Application to 

Purchase, dated January Sth, 1908. 


I’er.soiis comsidering their rights ml vei’.sely nllecfi'd 
by the iibove surveys, must furnish a stjilemenl of 
tbeii' I'oiiti'iition III the Minister of Lands within 
sixty day.s Iroin Ibi' dale ol Ibis notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Harrvyor-dttutral. 

Ih liarluicul of Lauds, . , , 

Viftoria, /LG., January I lilt, 1912. jail 

IJLLOOET DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given Unit the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, sitinitcd in tlii' 
above-named district, luive been sui’veyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Dejiait- 
ment of Lands, \'ictoria, and fit the ollice of the 
Government .\gent, Clinton: — 

Lot 699. James Kidd, Ajiiilicat ion to Purchase, 
(lilted .Iiine Sth, 1910. 

, 700.- Beatrice H. Ward, ,\pplicalion to Pur- 

chase, diiled .lime Sth, 1910. 

__ 701 . — Philip A. Wilson, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated .lime Sth, 1910. 

„ 705. — Thomas B. Wilson, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated .June 8lb, 1910. 

„ 70(). — Robert J. Kirkwood, .\pi)licalion to Pur- 

chase, dated .lime Sth, 1910. 

,, 707.— Daniel Joseph O’Brien, .Vpiilical ion to 

Piircbiise, dated June Sth, 1910. 

„ 70S. — (Mrs.) Edith E. O'Brien, Application to 

Purchase, dated June Sth, 1910. 

„ 709. — Thomas .Meredith, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated June Hlli, 1910. 

., 710. — (.Mrs.) .Minnie Weber, Aiiplicat ion. to 

Purclias(‘, dati'd .June Sth, 1910. 

,, 711. — Charles 11. Weber, .Aiiplication to I’ur- 

chase, dated June 8lh, 1910. 

„ 712. — William A. Ward, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated June Stli, 1910. 

„ 713. — Paul C. Wilson, .Application to I’ur- 

cbase, dated Juno Sth, 1910. 

„ 714. — Reuben Henry' Gritlin, Aiiplication to 

I’urchase. dated June Sth, 1910. 

,, 715. — Charles AVilliam h'arnell, Application to 

I’urchase, dated June Sth, 1910. 

„ 901. — Charles Hebard 'Walker, Application to 

Purchase, dated June Sth, 1910. 

„ 902. — Neil J. IMcArthur, Application to I’ur- 

cha-se, dated June Sth, 1910. 

„ 903. — Frank B. Ward, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated .June Sth, 1910. 

., 904. — Louis H. AVeber, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated June Sth, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-Cleneral. 

Deparimcnt of Lands, 

\'ictoria, B.C., January IJth, 1912. jail 


CANCELI.ATlON OF RESERVE. 

N otice is hereby given that the reserve exist- 
ing over the lands described as Lot No. 2130, 
Group 1, New Westminster District, by reason of 
a notice, bearing date of the 26th June, 1907, and 
published in the British Columbia Gazette on 
.August 29th, 1907, is cancelled, so as to permit 
of a lease of the lands being given to Albert Scott. 

ROBT. A. RENWICK, 

Deputy Minister of Lands. 

Department of Lands, 

^ ictoria, B.C., January Sth, 1912. jail 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


J^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of th* 
Government .Agent, Atlin ; — 

Lot 21. jersey Lily” Mineral Claim 

G. II. DAWSON, 


^ Surveyor-General 

Department of Lands, 

I ietoria, B.C., January 11th, 1912, jail 


140G 


THE P.lHTlSll COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

SIMILKAMEEX DISTRICT. CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N OTTC’E is hereby given that the luuler- 
mentionod tracts of land, situated in the ! 
above-nauu'd district, have been surveyed, and that | 
I)lans of the same can be seen at the Depart- ' 
nient of Lands, ^’ictoria. and at the oflice of the 
Oovernment Agent. Fairview : — 

Lot C''G (S.). — B. C. Government. 

., GSS (S.).— 

Persons considering their rights adversely alTected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands ^Yithin 
si-xty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Sii rcei/or-Ociicral. 

Department of Lands, 

Metoria, B.C., Dceemher 2StJi, 1911. de2S 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at tlie Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Metoria, and at the ofhee of the 
Government Agent. Ilazeltou : — 

Lo't 910. — August E. Johnson. Pre-emption Record 
309, d'ated INIarcli Sth, 1909. 

,, 913. — I.ewis Knauss. Pre-emption Record 194, 

dated August 3rd; 190S. 

I‘ersons considering their rights adversely alTected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the IMiuister of Lauds within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

SurLet/or-Oeneral. 

Department of Lands, 

]'ietoria, B.C., Decemher 2Sth, 1911. de2S 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the uuder- 
meutioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
tliat plans of tlie same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Nelson: — 

Lot lO.'Tl. — “ Florence ” Mineral Claim. 

., lO.lT."). — “Jack Pot Fraction’’ „ 

,. 1U.177. — “Iron Cap” ,, 

„ 10.178. — “ Dew Drop Fraction ” „ 

„ 10179.— “ .Vfterthought ” „ 

„ lOGUO. — “ Bunker Hill ’’ „ 

,, lOGOl.— “ Yip Fraction ’’ ,, 

G. 11. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-dencral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria. B.V., Iteeemher 2Sth, 1911. de2S 


S IM I LK A M E E N D I ST R I CT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Fort George: — 

Lot 2G73. — B. C. Government. 

.. 43G0.— 

.. 43G2.- 

., 4.)47. — „ 

4.148. — Eberhard' Lacher, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated' December 17tli, 1910. 

„ 41.12. — Margaret Turner Ormsby, Application 

to Purchase, dated August 10th, 1909. 
., 4110. — Elizabeth Armstrong, Application to 

Purchase, dated August 9th, 1910. 
41.18. — Lu'ia C. Trow, Application to Purchase, 
d'ated .luly 13th. 1910. 

4519. — Matilda Louise Cropley. Application to 
Purchase, dated July 13th. 1910. 

41G1. — Maithew Mayer. Application to Pur- 
chase, dated' December Igt, 1910. 

41G2. — B. C. Government. 

45G3. — Frederick John Parnham, Application 
to Purchase, dated August 12th. 1910. 
41G4. — Weir Markley, Application to Purchase, 
dated August 9th. 1910. 

41G1. — Emily Markley, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated August 9th, 1910. 

G45G. — B. C. Government. 

G4.57. — ,, 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of L.ands, 

Vietoria, B.C., Dceemher 28th, 1911. de28 


LILLOOET DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
ahove-namod district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Clinton : — 

Lot 223G.— Joseph Scallon, Pre-emption Record 
1473. dated November 5th, 1909. 

., 2239. — G. W. Farwell, Pre-emption Record, 

1482, dated January 4th. 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Metoria, B.G., December 28th, 1911. de28 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Fairview: — 


T.L. .300G1.— ,1. 


300G2.— 

300G3.— 

30004.— 

300GG.— 

300G7.— 

300G8.— 


D. Anderson, covering 


Lot lG28s. 
„ ig:{2s. 
„ ]g:i3s. 
„ lG34s. 
„ lG35s. 
„ lG3Gs. 
,, 1G37.S. 


PersO'Os considering their rights adversely affectoil 
by 'the above surveys mu.st furnish a sitatomen't of 
their contention to the Minister of Lauds within 
sixty days from 'the date of this u'O'tice. 


G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 


Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Decemher 28th, 1911. 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at tbe Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Cranbrook: — 

Lot 10317. — Jean Ix)uis LeBastard', Pre-emption 
Record 1118, dated September 30tli, 
1907. 

„ 10318. — Jean Marie Lemoigne, Pre-emption Re- 

cord, dated' September 30th, 1907. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty daj’s from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C,, December 28th, 1911. 


de2S 


de28 


1107 


Fki!IU'auy ' 22 s\y, I!)!:!.] TIIF HKITISII (’OI.ILMIUA CAZI-rn’l':. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


KAS'I’ KOOTIONAY I ) I. STICK ''I'. 


KA.MLOOKS DIS TKIcr. 


N OTK’I'I is licrcliy Ki'fii that the iindcr- 
iii(‘iiti(inr(| licences, situated in tlie alnive- 
nanied district, have heen surveyed, and that 
plans uf the saiiK' can lie seen at the Depart- 
ment of l ands, \’ictoria, and at tin* ollice of the 
(loverniiieiit A>;ent, Cranhrook : — 


Coal Difcnce Xo. Inl^. — (’. 


'i'lippt 


I!")!)!.- Frederick 


r, covei'ed hy 

Dot 7‘_*77 
I’eters, covered hy 
Dot 727S 


♦ » 


D")().S. — Frank W. I’eters. covei'ed 


hy Dot 727!! 
17)07. — U. (D F. I.eirkie, covered hy 

Dot 72S() 


l.")02. — .AD W. I’.aker, covered hy 

Dot 72S1 

l.oOt). — 11. (D Wilson, covered hy 

Dot 72S2 

loOd. — K. P.rainner, covered hy 

Dot 72S4 

l.oO.o. — C. F. Kriifl', covered hy 

l.oit 72S() 

l.o03. — S. Hnrchell, covered hy 

I.ot 72.S7 


Persons con-sidering their rights ad vemely alTeoled 
hy the above surveys must fiirmish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinisler of lyands within 
sixty diays from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Hurvcyor-dencral. 

Dcpartiiiciit of Lands, 

Victoria, li.C., January //th. 1912. ja-1 


COAST DISTRICT, RAXGF 1. 


N otice is liereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can he seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.auds, Victoria, and at the oliice of the 
Provincial Timber Inspector, \’ancouver: — • 

T. D. .331)01. — Newell Dwighl Ilillis, covering 

I.ol 1314 

I’ersons considering their rights adversely affected 
hy the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Dands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor- G cneral. 

Department of Lands, 

]'ictoria, B.C., January Jith, 1912. ja4 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agenl, Nelson : — 

Lot 10602. — “Bruce Fraction ” Mineral Claim. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January J/th, 1912. ja4 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Dands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Atlin : — 

IvOt 157. — “ B.C.” Alineral Claim. 

„ 158. — “ Kingston ” Mineral Claim. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January Ifth, 1912. ja4 


N otice is lu'i-eby given llml the Iiiider- 
liieiiliiiiii'd liei'lK'es, sillljili'd in the above- 
nannd disirii'l, have bi'<’n .surveyed, and lhat 
|)!ans of the .same e;in be seen at Ihe Depart- 
ment of Dands, \'ietoria, and at the ollice of the 
Govi'i'niin'ii't Agent, K:umloo|).s - 


1’. D. 


3.SS(;2. — .Monarch Diimbe 

r 

Co., cov( 

■ring 





Dol 

I.3S7 

44361.— 

»• 

»» 


1.306 

44:!6:!.— 


y « 


1307 

4 1.367. — .Iosei)h Sturgeon 

> 

covering 

Dot 

I0!).3 

4t;{6S._ 


»» 


1001 

44370.— 


♦» 


1006 

36525. — E. \^ Dunho'ie, 

covrrin;; 

Dot 

25 1 5 

376.50. — ,, 


yy 


25 1 6 

30517.— 

»♦ 

y y 


2517 

.36524.— 

»♦ 

yy 


25 1 .8 

.36514. — 




251!) 

.36513.— 

f 1 

« y 


2520 

30512.— 


yy 


2521 

3764!).— 

ys 

yy 


2.522 

305 IS.— 

yy 

yy 


2523 

305 10.— 

»♦ 

yy 


2524 

30520.— 


yy 


2525 

30.521.— 

yy 

yy 


2526 

30.522.— 




2527 

30.523.— 

>» 

yy 


2.528 


Perso-ns considering their righ ts ad versely affi'cted 
b.y the above .surveys must furni.sh a statement of 
iheir contention to the Minister of Dands within 
•sixty days from the diale of this notice. 


G. II. DAWSON, 

S urveyor-G cneral. 


Department of Lands, 

Metoria, B.C., January l/th. 1912. ja4 


RUPERT DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Alberni : — 

Dot lot). — Whitfield Carhart, Api)lication to Pur- 
chase. dated December 7th, 1!)1(). 

,, 101. — .1. B. AIcClelland, Application to Pur- 

chase. dated December 7th, 1010. 

„ 673. — Charlie Nordstrom, Pre-emption Record 

101, dated .July 21st, 1001). 

Perso-iTS considering their rights advensely affected 
by the above surveys must furni.sh a sitatement of 
their contention to the Minisiter of Dands within 
sixty days from the daite of this notice. 

G. ID DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

I ictoria, B.C., January J/th, 1912. ja4 


BARCLxVY DISTRICT. 


l^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named disti'ict, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Alberni : — 

S.W. Vi Sec. 10, Twp. 1.— Charles Chase, Applica- 
to I urchase, dated October 17th, 

S.E. Vi Sec. 10, Twp. D— Arthur Rochester, Appli- 
cation to Purchase, dated October 21st, 
-ly-LU, 

Persons considering their rights ad vemelv affected 
by the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
then- conlent.on to the Minister of Lauds within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Department of Lands, Surveyor-General. 

I ictoria, B.C., January J/th, 1912. ja4 


1408 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OP LANDS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 3. 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
inentiOned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
mewt C'f Eands. ^■ictoria ; — 

T.E. 43914. — Wm. McNeill, covering Dot 3.30 
.. 43927. — ., ,, 593 

I’ersons considering their rights advemely affected 
by 'the above surveys must furmish 'a state'meirt of 
their contention to the ^liui&ter of frauds within 
si.xity days from Hhe d'ate of this , not ice. 

G. II. DAM^SON, 

Surceijor-Geii era I. 

Department of Lands, 

VUtoriu, B.C., ilannary Jjth, 1912. ja4 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans (ff the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, ^"ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Ilazelton : — 

Lot 1611. — Ivan iNIiller, Application to Purchase, 
dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,, 1012. — Mrs. L. L. De\^oiu. Application to 

Ihirchase, dated December 22nd, 1909. 
„ 1013. — Charles Paquette, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated December 22nd, 1909. 

„ 1014. — William Coyle, Application to I’ur- 

ebase, dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,, 101.5. — Annie Coyle, Application to I’urchase, 

dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,, 1010. — Frank Johnson, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,. 1017. — G. A. Rosenthal, Application to I’ur- 

cliase, dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,, 1018. — Ruby Del’oin, Application to I’urchase, 

dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,, 1019. — Lillie Del'oin, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,, 1020. — Edward Condit, Application to Pur- 

chase. dated December 22nd, 1909. 

„ 1021. — Frank Condit, Application to Purchase, 

dated December 22nd, 1909. 

,. 1022. — James J. IMay, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated December 22ud, 1909. 
IN'rsoii'S considering their rights advemely affected 
l)y 'the above surveys must furnish a sitatement of 
their contentious to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this n'Otice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, 11. C., January J/th, 1912. jal 


COWICIIAN DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria: — 

Lot 35. — Jose|)h Silby, Pre-emption Record 31, 
dat(‘d September 19th, 1881. 

„ 30 and 34. — Lomingo Silvia, Pie-emption Re- 

cord 443, dated June ISth, 1891. 

„ 43. — H.C. Government. 

„ 44.— 

45.— 

40. ,, 

Persons comsidering their rights advereely affectefl 
by 'the above surveys must furnish a slatement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January Ifth, 1912. ja4 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of T^ands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Pro^ incial Timber Inspector, Vancouver: — 

T. L. 38149. — Great West Lumber Co., covering 

'Lot 3356 

„ 38151.— „ „ „ 3357 

,. 381.50.— „ „ „ 3358 

,, 38148. — ,, ,, ,, 

Lots 3359 and 3359 a 
., 439S9. — W. Caldwell, covering Lot 3300 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by 'the above surveys must furnish a statemenf of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from 'the date of this nctice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January Jith, 1912. ja4 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kamloops : — 

T.L. 3S80.3. — Monarch Lumber Co., 

covei-ing Lot 1385 


„ 38804.— 

., 3901r.— 

.. 3902P.— 

„ 38871.— 


M Si 


1380 

1389 

1390 

1391 


37959. — Savonas Laud & Lumber Co., 

covering Ix)t 2028 


„ 37957.— „ „ ., 2030 

„ 37901.— „ „ ., 2642 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 


G. H. DAWSON. 


Department 
1 ictoi ia. 


Surveyor-General. 

of Lands, 

B.G., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


SLM ILK AMEEN DI STRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — 

Lot 521 (S.). — .lohn IMahouey, Pre-emption Re- 
cord 300 (S.), dated February 
10th, 1908. 

„ 522 (S.). — Benjamin Franklin Woodworth, 

Pi-e-emption Record 413 (S.), 
dated December .30th, 1908. 

„ 710 (S.). — Florence E. Richter, Application 

to Purchase, no date. 

,, 711 (S.). — David Ij. Soderskinst, I’re- 

emption Record 80 (S.), dated 
January 10th, 1900. 

„ 1048 (S.). — Benjamin Hamilton', Pre-emption 

Record 124 (S.), dated July 9th, 
1900. 

„ 1050 (S.). — I'rauk C. Bird, Application to 

Purchase, dated October 12th, 
1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affecterl 
by the above surveys must furivish a sitatement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty d'ays from 'the da'te of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January Jfth, 1912. ja4 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 


NKW WKST.MlNS'nOK 1 )IS'rit I ( ’'1'. 

N O'I'K’IO is licrcliy KiV'ii lliat llii‘ iitidcr- 
iiKMilioiiiMl licciicas, nil iiii'ti'd in tin- nliovc- 
naint'd district, liavi' liccn surveyed, and tliat 
plans of the sann* can 1)(> seen at the Deparl- 
inent of lainds, N'ietoria, and at the olliee of the 
1‘rovineial Tiniher Inspector, \'anconver: — 

'r. L. -NO-lti. — Canada I,nnd)er and Tiinl)er Co., 
litd., eoveriii)' Lot 

„ .‘{S2S2. — W. Caldwell, eoveriiiK Lot 2711. 

,, — Canada launher and I’iinher Co.. 

Ltd., eoverinj;: Lot 2!tl2. 

,, .‘57.'5.")4. — Canada Lninhi'r and Timber Co.. 

Ltd., eoveriiiK l.ot 2!ll.‘{. 

,, 21)().TS. — Canada Lnmher and 'I'iinher Co., 

Ltd., coverinf; Lot 2111-L 
,, 37.‘<.7r). — C’anada Lnmher and Timber Co., 

Idd., eoveriiiK Lot 21)1 ”>. 

Persons eonsidcrinx their rights advers(‘ly affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their coutentioti to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

a. II. DAWSCN, 

Slirvcyor-dencral. 

Department of T.nnds, 

\'iciori(i, It.C., .January 11th, 1912. jail 


CLAYOQUOT DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Alberni : — 

Lot 114(5. — Benjamin Tajilor Hale, Application to 
Purchase, dated May 17th, 1911. 
Persons considering their rights adversely atTected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-Gen eral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th. 1912. ja2.j 


CANCELLATION OF RESERVE. 

N otice is hereby given that the reserve estab- 
lished by notice published in the British 
Columbia Gazette of the 14th August, 1884, and 
dated the 13th August. 1SS4, is cancelled in so far 
as the same relates to Fractional Sections 2 and 11, 
Township 12, and that portion of Section 35, Town- 
ship 10, Kootenay District, lying north of the' 
C.P.R. right-of-way, and west of the B. & N. Rail- 
way right-of-way, in order that a sale of the said 
lands may be made to Henry L. Simons. 

ROBT. A. RENWICK, 

Deputy Minister of Lands. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 5th, 1912. jail 


RENFREW DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria ; — 

Lot 571. — Athol J. Cleary, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated June 2Sth, 1910. 

,, 573a.— .J ennie R. Crawfordi. Application to 
Purchase, dated June 2.8th, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


OSOMIOS DLS'rRlCT. 

N D'I'ICE is hereby given Unit the under- 
mentioned tracts ol land, silnaled in the 
ahov(--named dislriet, have heiui snrveyeil, and that 
plans of th(“ same can !)(• seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, N'ietoria, and at the olliee of the 
Government .Ngeiit, N'ernon : — 

Lot 3700. 1). ,1. White, Pr<>-emplion Reeoid IS-ll, 

dated .Inly Olh. 1905. 

., 4102. — Paul Kohieluseh. Pre-emption Record 

.5342. dated July 10th. 190.S. 

,, 4103. — .Nndrew Kohieluseh. Pri'-emption R(‘- 

cord 0003, dated Di-e. 3rd, 1910. 
PtU'sons considering their rights ad versely alJeeted 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to tluf .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

I'ietoria, B.('., January llth, 1912. jail 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, N'ietoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fort George:— 

Lot 3350. — McKenzie IJrquhart, Application to 
Purchase, dateil .June 10th, 1910. 

,, 3352. — B.C. (Jovernment. 

„ 3.‘5(50. — Bei't Carmen, Ajjplication to Purchase, 

dated December lOth, 19()9. 

,, 33(52. — Benjamin C. Rainsford, Ai)|)lication to 

Purchase, dated December Kith, 1909. 
,, 4541. — Clifford A. Rainsford. Api)lieation to 

Purchase, dated December lOth, 1909. 
Persons considering their rights advensely affected 
by the above surveys mu.s't furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
six’ty days from ^the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DANVSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.V., January Jfth, 1912. ja4 


BARCLAY DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been survejed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Alberni : — 

r. L. 1004 (1*. ). — Alberni Mills and Timber Co., 
Ltd., covering l.ot 3(53. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixtj’ days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January llth, 1912. jail 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


I^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I-ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
(lovernment Agent, Kamloops: — 

Lot 1257. “ Bauxite ” Mineral Claim. 

„ 1258. — “ Gypsy ” 

„ 1259. — “ Aggatite ” 


G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 


Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Fchruary 8th, 1912. 


feS 


1410 


THE BRITISH COLUINIBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the imdcr- 
inentionecl tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
<5overnment Agent, Barkerville : — 

Ivot 39S2. — Grace 1’. Thompson, Application to 
I’urcliase, dated May 5th, 1910. 

„ 39S3. — Jessie Wallace, Application to Bur- 

chase, dated IMay 5tli, 1910. 

„ 3981. — Thomas Graham, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated IMay 5th, 1910. 

„ 3985. — William Robertson, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated May 5th, 1910. 

„ 39SG. — Jeremiah W. Torrance, Application to 

Purcliase, dated IMay 5th, 1910. 

N. % and S.W. 14, 1538. — B.C. Government. 

N. i/o and S.W. 14, 1539.— 

Lot ()521. — B.C. Government. 

„ lp31. — „ 

,, 0,_)O— . ,, 

S.E. 1/4 L. 1538. — Herbert Hartley, Application to 
Purchase, dated Dec. ISth, 1909. 

S.E. 14 L. 1539. — John Pickthall, Application to 
1‘urchase, dated April 29tli, 1910. 
I’ei'sons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, I'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Hazelton : — 

Lot 128. — Karl Axel Emil Ebring, Pre-emption 
Record No. 750, dated May 30th. 1910. 
„ 129. — Cliarley Hillstrom, Pre-emption Record 

No. 1191, dat('d July 28th, 1911. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of I/ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\'ietoria, JLU., February 1st, 1912. fel 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, I'ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
Govf'rnnu'nt .\gent. Prince Rupert: — 

I.ot 130. — B.C. Government. 

„ 3080. — Cliailes M. Buthu-, .Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Dec. 20th, 1909. 

„ 1011. — Nora M. Butler, .\pi)lication to I’ur- 

cha.se, datc'd Dec. 20th, 1909. 

Persons consid(>ring their rights advemely alTected 
by 'the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
si.X'ty (lays from the dale of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

S urvcyor-Gcncral. 

Department of Lands, 

\'ictoria, H.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 3. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoi’ia : — 

Lot 320. — William Wingfield Colley, Application to 
Purchase, dated Jan. 31st, 1911. 

„ 674. — IMrs. E. Havnfield, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated IMay 7th, 1911. 

,, 075. — Francis Richard Robbins, Application to 

Purchase, dated May, 1911. 

„ 076. — W. G. Marston, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 077. — F. G. McKay, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

,, 078. — Herbert S. Moore, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 079. — Alexander Hamfield, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated May, 1911. 

„ 080. — Charles G. Norris, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 688. — H. Jolley, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 089. — F. Woolnongh, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ ODO. — Fred. G. Mara, Application to Purchase, 
dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

,, 091. — Frank Osborne, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 092. — l\Irs. Rose O’Farrell, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated IMay, 1911. 

„ 693. — A. G. O’Farrell, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated May, 1911. 

„ 094. — Alfred Thorpe, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 095. — Herbert Bergey, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 090. — Mrs. Dorothy O’Farrell, Application to 

Purchase, dated IMay, 1911. 

„ 097. — E. O’Farrell, Application to Purchase, 

dated May, 1911. 

„ 098. — Andrew M. Kennedy, Application to 

Purchase, dated May 14th, 1911. 

„ 099. — Milton Bergey, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 700. — ICrnest Edwards, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 701. — H. C. Powell, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, J911. 

„ 702a.-L. W. Hanson, Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

„ 703. — ]\r. Narchang. Application to Purchase, 

dated Feb. llth, 1911. 

„ 704. — Percy E. Brown, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

Persons considering their rights advemely affected 
by the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Hands within 
si.xty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of T.jands, 

Victoria, H.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of thw 
Government .Vgent, Kamlioops : — 

Lot 2180. — B.C. Government. 

Pensons considering Iheir rights adversely 'affected 
by the above survey, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\ ietoria, B.C., February 1st, 1912. fel 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

coAS'r Dis rKic’r, kaxok r>. 


I.II.I.OOKT DIS'l’KICl'. 

N O'l'lCIO is hi'i’cli.v Kivi'ii tliiit tin' iiiidi'i' 
iiiciil join'd Ii'iicis of land, siliiatod in (lie 
iiliovt' iiaiiH'd districl, liavo been siir\o.V(‘d, and lliat 
plans (d' till' saiiK' can be seen at the l)eparl- 
ineiil of l.ands, \'ictoi'ia, and at tlie otiici* of tbe 
( iovernmenl .Vjient, (Minton: — 

l.ot 2'J’_*(). — .lolin Uobinson, rro-emiit ion Ueeoi’d 
d.MS, dated Dee. ‘J'.ltli, 

,, — l''eli.\' Scallon. rre-emption Kecoi'd 

12‘J().\, dated .Inly .MOtli, 1 !)()(!. 

„ JilMl. — Oswald Meredilli .Jones, .Xiijilicat ion to 
I. ease, dated .Inne .MUlli, 

I'eivions eonsiderin;!: ilieir rislits advi'i'sely 'affected 
by the aliove surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of l.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

(5. II. ])A\VSOX, 

S u r vcy o r- ( ! c n era 1 . 

Department of Lands, 

Metoriu, It.tJ., January 11th, 11)12. jail 


CASSIAIt DISTItIC'r. 


N OTKtIO is hereby given that the nnder- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in tlie 
above-named district, has lieen surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of l.ands, \’ictoria, and at the oliice of tlie 
(Jovernment Agent, llazelton : — • 

l.ot 2175. — E. D. I’hillips, rre-emption Record 
582, dated Oct. 20th, 1!K)<). 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of l.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSOX, 

Hurveyor-tJencral. 

Department of Lands, 

y'ictoriu, B.C., January 11th, 1912. jail 


QUEEX CHARLOTTE ISLAXD DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
tliat plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, N’ictoria, and at the oliice of the 
Government Agent, Prince Rupert : — 

Lot 1844. — R.C. Government. 

„ 1845. — „ 

,. 1.84(1.— 

., 1847.— 

,. 1848.— 

184!).— 

., 18.50.— 

,, 18 ») 0 a. — ,, 

„ 1.351.— 

,, 1852. ,, 

„ 1353.— 

„ 18.54.— 

.. 1027.— 

G. n. DAWSOX, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of I^ands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 11th, 1912. jail 


S LMI LK AMEEX DI STR ICT. 

N OLTCE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \'ietoria, and at the oliice of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — 

Lot 15.55 (S.). — “ Halley Fraction ” Mineral Claim. 
„ 15(>4(S.). — “ Beaconsfield ” 

G. H. DAWSOX, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of l.ands, 

Victoria, B.C., January lllh, 1912. jail 

4 


N OM'K'E is hereby given tliat the iindc'r- 
meiilioned traels of land, siliiated in (he 
ahove-naiiK'd dislriel, have been surveyed, and that 
pl.'ins of the same can be seen at Ihe Deimrl- 
ment of Lands, \ icloria, and at the oliice of llie 
Goveiiiment .\gent. Prince Kiijierl; — 

Lot 1015. George Hie, Aiiplicalion lo Purchase, 
dated Del. 2.5lh, 1010. 

„ 1040. — 'IMiomas R. Coiighhin, .Vpiilical ion lo 
Purchase, dated .March Olh, 1011. 

,, 8050. — h'rcd. Garlon, Ajiiilicalion lo Purchase, 

dated .May ISth, 1011. 

,, 80!t8. — Charles Lind.slrom, 1 ‘rc-em])l ion Record 

00!), dated .May 2(ilh, 1000. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the iMinistcr of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSOX, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\ ieloria, B.C., January 11th, 1912. jail 


COAST DISTRIC'T, RAXGE 5. 


N O'JTCE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, sitnati'd in the 
abovi'-namcd district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, N’ictoi'ia, and at the oliice of the 
Government .\gcnt, llazelton : — 

Lot 1.802. — Malcolm McKinley, .Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Dec. 0th, 1000. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSO.X, 

Surveyor-Genevai. 

Department of l.ands, 

Victoria, B.V., January 11th, 1912. jail 


RUPERT DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government .Agent, Alberni: — 

Lot 102. — Rosella Jackson, .Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Dec. 27th, 1010. 

1‘crsons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSO.X'. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January llth, 1912. . jail 


XEW west.mixster district. 


■J^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
-hAI mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a i)lan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
(jovernmeul Agent, Xew AA’estminster ; — 


- w xiov.iJu, xxppuuruLiou 10 I ur 

chase, dated Feb. 14th, 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affecte' 
by the above survey must furnish a statement o 
their contention to the Minister of Lauds withi 
sixty days from the date of this notice 




n . . r r Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

lictona, B.C., January llth, 1912. jail 


1412 


THE P.EITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTKICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
nientioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been survej’ed, and that 
a plan of the rame can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of r.ands, \'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Ooverninent Agent. Nelson: — 

I-ot I0G05. — Carl E. Johnson, Application to I*nr- 
chase, dated November 27th, liJOD. 
Pcreons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands avithin 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January .'ith, 1912. .ia4 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lauds, Wetoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nicola : — 

Lot 2421. — John M^illiam McCann, Pre-emption 
Record S5G, dated October 12th, 1909. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the IMinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Ijunds, 

Victoria, B.C., January Ifth, 1912. ja4 


SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — 

r.ot l.uST (S.). — Charles Nelson, Pre-emption Re- 
cord 325 (S.), dated IMaj" Glh, 
1998. 

„ 1588 (S.). — Charles Nelson, Application to 

Purchase, dated May 25th, 1911. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnisb a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of I.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January lllh, 1912. jail 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situati'd in the 
al)ove-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of tlie same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of hands, I'ictoria, and at the oflice of the 
Government .\gent. New Westminster: — 

Lot 1!I58. — R.C. Government. 

., 1!).59.— 

„ 19GO.— 

1!)T8.— 

., 1979.— 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to (he Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jal8 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Ilazelton : — 

Lots 3494, .3498a. 3502, 3503a, 3507, 3510, N. % 
Lot 3512, Lots 351.3, 3519a, 3.524, 3.525, 
3528, 3529, .3.530a, .3531, 3540a, 3541, 
N.W. i/i Lot .3542, Lot .3544, N. 1/2 and 
S.AV. % I>ot 3518, Lots .3549, 3550, 4G27, 
4(i28, 4705, 470G. — B.C. Government. 
I’eraons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furni.sh a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of LandiS within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of T.ands, 

Metoria, B.C., February 8th, 1912. feS 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Kamloops : — 

T.L. 40442. — Arrow Lakes Lumber Co., Ltd., cover- 
ing Lot 2G8G. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the IMinister of I.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of T^ands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-nanu'd district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Ilazelton : — ■ 

Secs. 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, IG, 17, 18, Tp. 21.— R.C. 
Government. 

Persons con.siidering 'their rights adversely affeeted 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the ^linister of I.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 


CASSIA R DISTRICT. 


N O'FICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
al)ove-named district, have be<>n surveyed, and that 
])lans of the saiiu' can be seen at the Depart- 
numt of Lands, I'ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government .Vgent, Pi-ince Rupert: — 

Lots 187<i to 18,84 (inclusiv(') . 18SG, 18,87. 1.88,8 to 
1.899 (inclusive), 1!K)0 to 1903 (inclu- 
sive), 1904 to 1!)10 (inclusive). 1911, 
lill2, 1913. 1914 to 1940 (inclusive), 
1941 to 19.54 (inclusive), li>57, 1958, 
19G0 to 19G4 (inclusive), 19GG to 19G9 
inclusive). 1!)72. — B.C. Government. 
Pensons considering 'their ri.ghts adversely affecteel 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their con'teivtion to the iMinister of Lands wi'thiu 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of I.ands, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. feS 




I'^CllKUAKY 


1 1 1 ;; 


I'.Mi:.! 'I'liio iiinTisii ('oi.imiua oazioti'io. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. , DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


Cil KKN (’IIAUI.O'ITI': ISI.AXDS DIS’I'KKT. 

N O'I'K'IO is luTcliy Kivt'U llmt tlii- niidcr- 
moiitioiifd (raci of land, silualcd in Ilia 
aluiva naintal district, lias liccn surveyed, and tliat 
a plan of the same can lie seen at tin* * l>eparl- 
ment of l.ands, N’icloria, and at the ollice of tie 
(Jovt'rnmeiil A!;enl, I’rince Uiiperl : — 

Lot 1707. I5.('. (Jovernnient. 

I’ersons considering tlieir rislits tidversidy alTected 
liy the ahove survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

(L II. DAM'SO.V, 

Survcyor-Ucncral. 

Department of Landu, 

Vk-torki, flaiiiiarii ISth, IDld. jalS 

NEW WEST.MLNSTEU DISTRICT. 


Uri'EKT DISTKIC'I’. 

N O'I'ICE is hereby Kiveii that the iimh'r- 
menlioned tract of land, sitnated in the 
aho\e-named district, has le'cn surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can he seen iit the Di’part- 
meiit of Lands, \'icloria, find at the ollice of the 
(lovei'iimeiit .\f{ent, .\Iherni : 

Lot 70. .lohn ( 'owdry, .Application to I’lirchase, 
dtitisi .Nov. Olh, loot). 

I’ersons considering their ria:hls .adversely alTected 
by the above survey must furnish a stiitement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the djite of this notice. 

(L 11. DAWSO.N, 

(S' urvcyor-dcncral. 

Department of Landu, 

\'ictoi\a, H.C., January J8tli, II)J2. jaJ.S 


N otice is hereby Kiven that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in tin* 
ahove-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the saiiii* can be seen at the Deiiart- 
ment of I finds, \'ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
(iovernment .Vffent, New ^\'eslminsler : — 

Lot ;i.‘5G7. — “ \'ancouver ” Mineral Claim. 

„ 33(58. — “ Victoria ” 

G. II. DAWSOX, 

ki urvcyor-dcncral. 

Department of Lands, 

\'ictoria. H.C.. January 18th, 11)12. .iaLS 

GOLDSTREA.M DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria ; — 

Lot S3. — ^’ancouver Island Power Coy., Ltd., right- 
of-way. 

Persons considering their rights ad versely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAAVSON, 

a urvcyor-dcncral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jalS 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 

plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government .Agent, Kamloops: — 

, Dunlevie, covering Lot 2480. 
>, „ „ 2481. 

» „ „ 2482. 

I, „ Lots 2483 

and 2483 a. 
I. „ Lot 2484. 

»» ,) ,, 248o. 

„ „ 2486. 

.. „ „ 2487. 

„ „ „ 2488. 

„ „ 2491. 

.. „ „ 2494. 

)) ,, ,, 2496. 

II ,, ,, 2509. 

II ,, ,, 2.510. 

„ 2529, 

II I, ,, 2;)30. 

I! ,, ,, 2531. 

II ,i ,, 2532. 

2533. 

II II ,, 2534, 

^el^sons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of ‘Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-Oeneral 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jalS 


T. L. 

37672.— E 

»> 

37679. — 


37670.— 

t» 

37669.— 

tf 

37668.— 

91 

37667. — 

If 

37665. — 

11 

37666.— 

If 

37678.— 

11 

37632.— 


37661.— 

11 

37(144.— 

11 

37654.— 

11 

37655.— 

11 

37648.— 

11 

37628.— 

11 

37673.— 

It 

37637. — 

It 

37636. — 

11 

37647.— 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N O'l’KiE is hereby given that the under- 
immtioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the Sium* can be seen at the Deimrt- 
imuit of Lands, A'ictoria, find at the ollice of the 
GovernmenI .Agent. Prince Ruiiert : — 

'r. L. 39787. — .M. .\. Garland, covering Lot 2730. 

Persons considering their rights ad versely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contenlion to Ihe .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

ki urvcyor-dcncral. 

Department of Lands, 

Metoria, H.C., January 18ih, 1912. jalS 


COAST DISTRICT', RANGE 1. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence.s, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Provincial Timber lni«peclor, Vancouver: — 

T. L. 42998. — AVilson Logging & Timber Co., 
covering Lot 1299. 

,, 42999. — AVilson Logging & Timber Co., 

covering Lot 1300. 

Pensons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
t'heir contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAAVSON, 

Burveyor-dcncral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January IStli, 1912. jal8 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


■j^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, A'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Hazelton : — 






chase, dated May OthVlOlO." 

,, 4080. ^Emma Maxwell, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated May 6th, 1910. 

„ 4081.— John AV. Ambury, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated .Alay 6th, 1910. 

„ 4082. Andrew P. Maxwell, Application to 

1 urchase, dated' May Gth, 1910. 

” George M. Davis, Application to Pur- 

• chase, dated .Aug. 4th. 1910 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
then contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

Cl. H. DAAVSON, 

Dcpnr,„,„, of Land,. Sdrooyor.Qo.uool. 

I ictoria, B.C., January ISih, 1912. jal8 




1414 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the iinder- 
nieutioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the othce of the 
Govermnent Agent, Fort George : — 

I.ot 4 .j 57. — B.C. Government. 

I’ersons considering their rights adversely affected 
bj' the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.G., January 18th, 1912. jalS 


DEPARTMENT OF Lx'lNDS. 


Water Branch. 


I N the matter of the Board of Investigation 
created by Part III. of the “Water Act” 
for the determination of water rights existing on 
tlie 12th day of March. 1909; and in the matter 
of the following creeks in the New M'estminster 
Water District : — 

Alta or Summit Lake. 
xVlpha Lake. 

Allan Creek. 

Britannia Creek. 

Boulder Creek. 

Clementine Creek. 

Capilano River. 

East Branch of Capilano River. 

Chee-kee Creek. 

Cheakamus River. 

Cheakamus River, North Branch. 

Cheakamus River, South-east Fork. 

Cold Creek. 

Caldwell Creek. 

Cathedral Canjon. 

Crocker Creek. 

Cypress Creek. 

Daisy Lake. 

Deer Creek. 

Eight-mile Creek or Soo Riven-. 

Elaha or Squaniish River. 

Furry Creek. 

Fitzsimmons Creek. 

Green Lake. 

Iloulgate Creek. 

Ilolmden Creek. 

High I'alls Creek. 

Lynn Ci'eek. 

Lewis Creek. 

Mineral Creek. 

Maimiuam River. 

Little; Mamepiam Riven-. 

McCartne'y Cre-ek. 

Mosepiito Creek. 

Mislilooet River. 

Mackay Creek. 

.Mud Creek. 

.Martin Creek. 

McDonald Creek- 
Nita Lake. 

Nelson Creek. 

DIsen Creek. 

Rice Lake. 

Shone Creek. 

Se-ymour Cree-k. 

Stoney Creek. 

IJpieer Ste)ne‘y Cre-e-k. 

Seeiith \’alley Cree-k. 

Skookum River. 

Summit or .\lta Lake. 

Soo River or Fight-mile Creek. 

Siinsliine Creek. 

Silver Falks. 

Sisters Creek. 

Squaniish or lOlalia River. 

Soutli Srpiamish River. 

Swift Creek. 


Shovelnose Creek. 

Shannon Creek. 

Straamus or Stroamus River. 

Trafalgar Creek. 

Tenderfoot Creek. 

Thames Stream. 

Unnamed creek flowing into Lynn Creek. 

Unnamed creek flowing into Nelson Creek. 

L nnamed creek flowing into Seymour Creek. 

Unnamed creek flowing into Squamish River 
through District Lot 977. 

Unnamed stream in District Lot 549. 

Stream running through District Lot 600. 
Group 1. 

Stream on Block 4.3 of Subdivision of District 
Lots 771 and 547, Group 1. 

Unnamed stream running in on nortli boundary 
of District Lot G2G. 

Stream on District Lot 271. 

Small creek runuiug through Lot 775 in southerly 
direction. 

Small stream running into North Arm, Burrard 
Inlet, opposite works of the I'ancouver I’ower 
Company. 

Unnamed mountain stream coming in on the 
north boundary-line of Lot G25, in Municipal- 
ity of North I'ancouver. 

Small stream running in a southerly direction 
into Burrard Inlet, about one mile and a half 
east of Seymour Creek. 

Unnamed stream flowing through E. of Dis- 
trict I.ot 1240, Group 1. 

Unnamed stream running east and west through 
Lot 950, southern portion. 

Creek running through District Lots 979 and 
S12, Group 1. 

Unnamed stream flowing through eastern portion 
of District Lot 2028. 

Unnamed stream close to eastern boundary of 
same. 

Unnamed stream rising in Lot 1494, North Van- 
couver District. 

Unnamed stream on west shore of Mainland 
emptying into Howe Sound opposite east 
shore Bowen Island. 

Unnamed stream having its source north of Dis- 
trict Lot 559, and running in a southerly direc- 
tion through the said lot into Burrard Inlet. 

Unnamed stream which runs through Lot 2049 
.and Lot 2048. 

Unnamed stream which runs southerly through 
subdivision of north-easterly part of District 
Lot S71. 

Unnamed creek on I.ot 230, about 12 chains from 
south-west corner. 

Unnamed stream running from Lot 140G through 
Lots 13G0 and 2048 into Burrard Inlet. 

Unnamed stream which passes tiirough District 
I.ot 881, flowing south-westwards into District 

^ Lot 785 and through District Lot 880. 

Unnamed stream passing through District Lot 
785 westwards. 

Unnamed creek flowing through District Lots 

^ 1.301, SG9, 803, and 8G2. 

Unnamed stream on north boundary of I>islrict 
Lot 882. 

Unnamed stream (lowing soutli-easterly through 
District Lots 20(t3 and 2004. 

L nnamed creek entering North Arm of Burrard 
Inlet on west side, between Brighton Beach 
and Point Beautiful. 

hirst gulch south of Schooner Harbour, and 
running through Lot 207G, Group 1. 

Innamed creek running through easterly part 
of District Lot 801, Nhirth \'aucouver. 

Unnamed creek running westerly from Snow 
Flat, on I.ots 1001. 1002, 100.3, 1004, Group 1, 
and all unnamed springs, streams, creeks, 
ponds, gulches, and lakes tributary to or in 
the vicinity of the above-named streams. 

Take notice that each and every iierson, partner- 
ship, conqiany, or municipality who, on the said 
12th day of March, 1909, had water rights on any 
of (he ahove-mentionod crei'ks. is directed to for- 
ward on or before the 29th day of February, 1912, 
to the Chief Water Commissioner at the Parliament 
Buildings at \ ictoria, a memorandum of claim in 
writing as required by section 27 of the said Act 


I’kiujuakv 


liN-n, liMli.l 'I’lll': 15i:iTISII ('OH'.MKIA ( ! AZI':T'I1 ' 


MIT) 


iia aint'iidcd. Triiili'd r(»rms I’oi' such mciiioriindimi 
( l''orui N’t), 1!)| cim he uhtaiticti I'roiu uit.v of (lie 
Wilier ('tuiiinissioncrs in llu' rriiviiicc; 

Anil taki' notice that llu* said Itoard of Invcsti- 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

WKST KOOriOXAV Dis'l'ltlf'l’. 


KlUion intends to pi'occcd to lahnlatc such clainiH 
tin or ahonl the .".tllh da.v of .March, llllli. 

After llu‘ claims liave heen lahnlated hy the 
Hoard, notice will he liivtni of the jilaces and days 
on which eviilence and ar^,'ninciU will he heard at 
local points. 

Dated at N’ictoria this HUh day of January, 11)12. 

J. K. AKAIS THO.N’ti, 

jal8 Cliainnun. 


LIHLOOET DlSTllICT. 


N OTICIO is hereby given that the nnder- 
iiK'iitioned tracts of laiul, situated in tin* 
ahove-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of tlie same can he seen at the Deiiart- 
ment of Lands, \'ietoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Clinton : — 

Lot 81)4. — J'ohu (irinder, I’re-eiuplion llecord 
ItJir), dated Xov. l.Mh, 11)10. 

,, 081. — Hernard O'Uoiirke, l’re-emi)tion Itecord 

1141), dated July 4th, 11)05. 

„ 082. — Xelson John Tail, I’re-emption Itecord 

1877, dated Dec. 10th, IDtKS. 

.. 085. — Angtist Steinman, Pre-emption Itecord 

1827. dated June Olh, 1008. 

.. 087.- — ^11. C. (loverrimenl. 

,, 088. — Minnie Grinder, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Alarch 15th, 1011. 

„ 0-10. — H.C. Government. 

„ 041. — Walter Scott Tail, Pre-emption llecord 

1200, dated' Dec. 20th, 1007. 

„ 042. — B.C. Government. 

,, 040. — Edward James Haller, l*re-emption lie- 

cord 1405, dated Alay 81 h, 1000. 

„ 047. — Conrad' Frederick Ivostering, Pre-emp- 

tion llecord, 1142, dated June 14th, 
1005. 


„ 047a. — Grant Lee, Pre-emption Record 1380, 

dated Jan. 20lh, 1000. 

,, 2073. — xVlfred Head, Application to I’nrchase, 

dated June Sth, 1011. 

., 2074. — John T. Alexander, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated June 8th, 1011. 

„ 2075. — James Cathrea, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated June Sth. 1011. 

„ 2070. — James I’ym. Application to I'urchase, 

dated June 8th, 1011. 

,, 2077. — John Thomas Southcott, Application to 

I’urchase, dated June Sth, 1011. 

,, 2078. — J. Howard A. Chapman, Application to 

I’urchase, dated June Sth, 1011. 

„ 2070. — Joseph Farrar, .Application to Pur- 
chase, d'ated June Sth, 1011. 

,, 2082. — Robert B. Dickey, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated April ISth, 1011. 

„ 2087. — William Wallace Gray. Application to 

I’urchase, dated June Sth. 1011. 

„ 2088. — Alary E. Spencer, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated June Sth, 1011. 

,. 2OS0. — George Cathrea, xVpplication to I’ur- 

chase, dated June Sth, 1011. 

„ 2000. — Charles T. Ralston, Application to 

Purchase, dated June Sth, 1011. 

„ 2991. — B. J. Cavanagh, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Alay 19th, 1911. 

„ 2992. — Aland Phair, Application to Purchase, 

dated Aliay 19th, 1911. 

„ 2993. — Annie Falkiner, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Alay 19th, 1911. 

„ 2990. — Richard’ Honey, Application to Pur- 

chase, dlated June Sth, 1911. 

„ 3000. — I’eter Phair, Application to Purchase, 

dated Alay 20th, 1911. 

„ 3003. — James Dickey, Jr., Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Alarch 11th. 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAAVSOX, 

8 urveyor-G cncral. 


Department of Lands, 

Vietoria, B.C,, January 18th, 1912. jalS 


N D'I’ICE is hereby given tinit the nmhr- 
meiiliimed Irjiels ol land, silnaleil in the 
above immed disiriel, hav(“ heen snrve.t'ed, and that 
Ilians of the sjime ean be sei'ii at llie Depart- 
ment of 1 ands, N'ictoriji, and at the olliee of the 
Government .\t;enl, .Xel.'Jim : 

Lot SODl. --Charles H. Jefferey, .Applieation to 
Purchase, daletl .\ug. ISih, I!)1L 
,, ,S(il)5. — ^Slephen Jefferey, .Appliealion to Pnr- 

cha.'-e, d';ite(] ,\ng. ISlli, 1911. 

„ 101)25. — Will. Siiralley, Aiiplicalion to Pur- 
chase, dated Aug. ]5lh, 1911. 

„ 10l)2t).— .1. R. Hnnnex, .Application to Pur- 
chase. dated .Aug. 15lh. 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely aOt'cted 
hy the above surveys, innst furnish a slatemtuit of 
their contention to the Alinister of Lands w'ithin 
sixty days from the date of this notict!. 

G. IL DAWSON, 

Burveyor-dencral. 

Department of Tninds, 

Metoria, January 18th, 1912. jalS 


CO.V.ST DISTRICT, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the n rider- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of lands, Victoria : — 

Uts 1815. 1810, 1817. 1818. 1821, 1822, 1828, 1S24, 
182.5, 1820, 1827, 1828, 1829, 18.80, 1881, 
1832. — B.C. Government. 

X.W. Vt and Fr. X.E. H of Ia)t 1940. — Joseph 
AlcXeill, .Application to Purchase, dated Feb. 
28 Ml. 1911. 

S. % Ix)t 1940. — B. C. Goverirmenit. 

Lot 1941. — .John T. Dennehy, .Application to Pur- 
cha.se. dated Feb. 28th, 1911. 

„ 1940a. — B. C. Government. 

„ 1942. — ^Cocil AV. Stancliffe, .Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Feb. 28th, 1911. 

„ 1943. — AVilliam Haggie, .Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feb. 28th, 1911. 

„ 1944. — Ala.thew Kerr Love, Application to 

Purchase, dated Feb. 28th, 1!)11. 

,, 1945. — Harold Charles Eugehson, .Application 

to Purchase, dateel Feb. 28th, 1!)11. 

„ 1940. — Frederick Bond. .Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feb. 28th, 1911. 

1940a. — B.C. Government. 

., 1947. — Richard Porte, .Application to Purcliase, 

dated Feb. 2Sth. 1911. 

„ 1948. — ^Sidney John Breckton. Application to 

Purchase, datcsl Feb. 2Sth, 1911. 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

8 urveyor-C cneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C.. January 18th, 1912. jalS 


DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Wetoria, and at the oHice of the 
Government .Agenf. Hazelton : — 

Lots 18.33. 1834. 1835. 1830, 1837, 1838, 1839. 1840 
1841, 1842, 1843, 1,844, 1845. 1S4G 1.847 
1848, 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852.— B.C. Govern- 
ment. 


Personsconsidering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Alinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 


^ 8urveyor-Gcneral. 

Department of Laifds, 

Victoria, B.C., January 18th, 1912. jalS 


1410 


THE IHHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22ni), 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


IIENFKBW DISTRICT. 


N OTICT'I is hereby given tliat the uucler- 
ineiitioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands. \'ictoria ; — 

Lot 45ll. — Leigh 11. Milliken, Application to ITir- 
chase, dated .Tune 2!)th, lUKJ. 

„ uoT. — Samuel .Tohn Milliken. Ai)plicatiou to 
Purchase, dated June 2i)th, lillU. 
Persons considering their rights advemely affected 
by 'the above surveys must furii'ish a statement of 
iheir contention to the Minister of Lands within 
six'ly days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAM'SON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\'ietoria. H.V., Junnunj .'/th, 1912. ja4 


M'EST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \'ictoria, and at the oHice of the 
Government Agent. Kaslo: — 

Lot blS4. — " Kalama ” Mineral Claiiii. 


G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 


Department of Lands, 

Vietoria, B.G., January 2,')th, 191'i. ja25 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is liereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Kaslo : — 

T.L. 45049. — D. S. O. Strathearn, coverning Lot 
10439. 

l*ei-sons con.sidering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a sitatement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands witlrin 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Decemher 28th, 1911. de28 


SLMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 


N otice is luu’eby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment (jf Lands, ^detoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Fairview : — 

Lot 1502 (S.). — “St. Lawrence” Mineral Claim. 
., 1503 (S.). — “Copper Queen” ,, 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., Decemher 28th, 1911. de2S 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentio’U'd mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seem at the Depart- 
miuit of 1 ands. X'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Prince Rupert : — 

Lot 1971. — “Black Bear” Mineral Claim. 

.. 1072. — “ Aldebaran ” „ 

„ 107.3.— “ ril Chance It ” 

,, 1074. — “River Mouth” ,, 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\'ietoria, B.C., January 11th, 1912. jail 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
Muuitioned mineral claims, situatcal in the 
abov(‘-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of 1 ands. \’ictoria. and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Nelson; — 

Lot .*‘982. — “Climax” Mineral Claim. 

„ 8983. — “ Old Dominion ” „ 

., 8984. — “ B(>nhurr ” „ 

„ .'■985. — “Summit” ,, 

.. 8980. — “ Last Chance ” ,, 

,, 8987. — “ Spud Fractional ” ,, 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\'ictoria. B.('., Fehruary 8th, 1912. fe8 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and tiiat 
a |)lan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \'ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government .Vgent. Nelson : — 

Lot 9183. — “ Bartlet ” Mineral Claim. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Vietoria, B.G., January 11th, 1912, jail 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Kamloops : — 


T.L. 3S80S. — Monarch Lumber Co. 


1) 

371)81. — E. V. Dunlevie, 

covering Imt 
covering Lot 

1388. 

2473. 

»» 

37035. — „ 

tt tt 

2474. 


37040. — „ 

tt tt 

2475. 


37045.— 

tt tt 

2476. 


37671. — ,, 

tt tt 

2477. 

»» 

370,33.— 

tt tt 

2478. 


,37080. — „ 

tt tt 

2479. 

SI 

.37002. — ,, 

tt tt 

2489. 


37003. — ,, 

tt tt 

2490. 

ss 

,37004. — ,, 

tt tt 

2492. 

♦ » 

37040.— 

tt tt 

2493. 

It 

371)00. — ,, 

tt tt 

2495 & 

t) 

37070. — ,, 

t« tt 

2495a. 

2497. 

tt 

37077. — ,, 

tt tt 

2498. 

tt 

3704.3.— 

tt tt 

2499. 

tt 

37058. — ,, 

tt tt 

2500. 

tt 

37059. — ,, 

tt tt 

2501. 

tt 

37041. — ,, 

tt tt 

2502. 

tt 

37042.— 

tt tt 

2503. 

tt 

,37075. — „ 

tt tt 

2504. 

tt 

,37074. — ,, 

tt tt 

2505. 

tt 

37900. — Savonas Land 

& Lumber Co., 

tt 

37958.— 

covering Lot 

tt tt 

2627. 

2029. 

«t 

379,54.— 

tt tt 

2031. 

tt 

37953.— 

tt tt 

2632. 

tt 

37952.— 

tt tt 

2033. 

f « 

3795 L— 

tt tt 

2034. 

tt 

37950. — ,, 

tt tt 

2040. 

tt 

,3 1 9oo. ,, 

tt tt 

2641. 


Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys must furnish a sitatO'men't of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

iS urveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C,, Decemher 28th, 1911, 



de28 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

K.\.M I.OOl’S DlS'ritlCT. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

KKX (’IIAIM.O ri’K ISL.VNDS 1 ) IS'I’K I ( "I'. 


N O'I'K'K is lii'ri'hy k'i'cm Unit tin' imdcr- 
iiKMUioiicd licfiici'H, sittnili'd in lln“ above- 
nanied district, liavi' been svirveyed, and Ibat 
lilan.s of tlie same can be seen at tbe Deiiart- 
nient of I.ands, \'ictoi'ia, and at tbe oHiee of llie 
(loverninent .\seiit, rrinci’ Kiiiiert : — 


' 1 ' 


— Robert Lee, covering Lot oC 

.‘{-litSS. — Win. Sliannon, ,. KM2 

d.'i.’JDti. — Tbe (iraliani Island Lumber Co., 

coverintj Lot 1-47!) 

14.SII 


:b")4()0.— 

:r.4i7.— 

H.o 40 L— 

;r)402.— 


1451 

1452 
I4s;? 
]4,S4 
14S.-) 
List; 


IVrsons considering tbeir rights adversely ttflected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statemi'iit of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON. 

Siirvcyor-Gcn era 1. 

Department of I.ands, 


Vietoria, It.d., danuarp 21)111, 1!)12. 


ja2.") 


TEX ADA DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in tiie above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
|)lans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
I’rovincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver; — 

T.L. 417)07. — Alberta Lumber Co., Ltd., 

covering Lot 2(50 
,. 4150(5.— .. .. „ 270 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-Gen eral. 

Department of Lands, 

]'ietoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, A4ctoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fairview : — - 
Lot 15(5.j(S.). — “Lily” Mineral Claim. 

G. IL DAWSON, 

Survey or-G eneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Vietoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 1. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Provincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver : — 

T.I.. , 30074 . — George Martin, covering r>ot 1244 
., 41657 . — Wilson Logging & Timber Co., 

covering Lot 1302 

„ 40973.— W. W. Cargill & E. L. Mathews, 

covering Lot 1343 
„ 42960.— „ „ „ 1.349 

40971.— „ „ „ 1350 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


N otice is hcrdiy given that the under- 

ntioned Iraels of land, silualed in the 

above-named dislriel, have beim survi'yi'd, and that 
plans of (he saim' can be seen at llu' Depait- 
menl of Lands, N'ieloria, and at the office ol tlie 
(iovermneiil Agenl. Kandooi).s : — 

Lot 2SS7. .lohn Rali)h .Milehell, Api)!ieation to 
Purchase, dtiled Sept. 22nd, 1910. 

„ oss.^. — William Phillips, Applictil ion. to Pur- 
chase, dated ,lan. ,5th, 1911. 
o,3,S!)— E. M. Phili]), Api)lieation to Purchase, 
<laled .Ian. 5th, 1911. 

., 2.S90. — .John Pinns, .\i)])lication to Purchase, 

dated .Ian. 6th, 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the iNlinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-G eneral. 

Depurtnietit of Lands, 

\'ic1oria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja2.5 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


N O'I'ICE is hereby given that tbe under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situatcal in tbe 
above-named district, have been sm-veyed, and 
that plans of tbe siime can be si‘en at tbe Depart- 
ment of Lands, N’ictoida. and at tbi* ollici' of tbe 
Government Agenl, New Westminster:— 

Lot 2373. — “ Maigueretle ” Mineral Claim. 

., 3202.— “ Rucking Mule ” 

„ .3203.— “ Ha 11a rat” 

„ 3204.—“ Sunlight ” 

„ 3205.—“ Hulldog ” 

„ 3206.— “ Greyhound ” 

„ 3207.—“ Seagull ” 

G. IL DAWSON, 

S urv eyor- G on eral. 

Department of I.ands, 

Vietoria, B.V.. January 25th, 1912. ja25 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 2. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
l)lans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Metoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Victoria : — 

Lot 358a. — B.C. Government. 

., 3.58b.— 

„ 362a.— 

,, 363a. — ,, 

Persons considering their rights adversely 'affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lamis within, 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. IL DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Ilazelton : — 

N.W. % and N.E. Sec. 24, Tp. 3.— B.C. Govern- 
ment. 

Peivsons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey’ musit furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Tjands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


1418 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the imdei- 
inentionecl tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at tlie Depart- 
ment of I.ands. ^ ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
Oovernment Agent, Barkerville ; — 

Lot 2042. — B.C. Government. 

„ 3!).jl.— 

., 30 v) 1 a.— 

,, 3953. — 

., 3957.— 

.. 3958.— 

,, 39(53. — 

„ 3972.- 

„ 3973.— 

„ 397(5.— 

„ 3981.— 

,, 495(5. — 

., 4957.— 

„ 4958.— 

„ 4903.— 

„ 4999.— 

„ 0490. — Ashton Angus iNIanson, Application to 

Purchase, dated Dec. Ist, 1910. 

„ 0497. — Richard Fitzgerald Pyne, Application 

to I'urchase, dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

„ 0498. — Edward Rawdon Havens. Application 

to Purchase, dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

,, 0501. — Harold Griadell. Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Dec. 5th. 1911. 

,; 0502. — Elmer James IManning, Application to 

I’urchase, dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

,. 0503. — Ernest Sauerberg, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Dec. 5th, 1910. 

„ 0504. — Wallace Lucas, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Dec. 5th, 1910. 

„ 0505. — iMurdock Birnie, Application to Pur- 

chase. dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

„ 0500. — Alphia Wester. Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Dec. 5lh, 1910. 

,, 0507. — Frederick W. B. Sinicoe, Application to 

Purchase, dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

„ 0508. — Gustavus Adolphus Steel, Application 

to Purchase, dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

,, 0509. — .\nnie Malheson, Application to Pur- 

cha.se, dated Nov. 25th, 1910. 

.. 0510. — Tom Carter, Application to Purchase, 

dated Dec. 5tli, 1910. 

., 0511. — Ellen (Jiilin. Api)lication to Purchase, 

dated Dec. 1st, 1910. 

„ 0512. — John ^Montgomery. Application (o Pur- 

chase. dated Dec. 5th, 1910. 

,, 0513. — Frederick Walmsley, .-Vpplication to 

Purchase, dated Dec. 5th, 1910. 

„ 051(5. — Leonard Shilvock, ,Vi)plicntion to Pur- 

chase, dated .Tan. 17lh. 1911. 

Section 12, Township 5.3. — B.C. Government. 

Persons considering their rights adversely alTected 
by the above surv(!ys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
si.\ty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

/Purveyor-General. 

Department of Land.'i, 

Victoria, H.V., January lltli, 1912. jail 


YALE DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the iinder- 
iiKuitioned ti’act of land, situat('d in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of th(> same can he seiui at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \'ictoria, and at the ollice of the 
Gov('rnmenl .\gent. .\shcrofl :— 

Lot 47.5. — B. C. Government. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contemtion to the -Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Hiirveyor-General. 

Department of Land.<<, 

Victoria, ll.V., Dceemher 28th, 1911. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nicola : — 

Lot 1740. — Frederick Lindsay Crawford, Applica- 
tion to ITircliase, dated- Feb. 13th, 
1911. 

., 2392. — iSIatthew Marquart, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Dec. 19th, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria. B.C., January 11th, 1912. jail 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Hazelton : — ■ 

Lot 4118. — Harry Daniels, Pre-emption Record 
217, dated September 16th. 1908. 

,, 4713. — James Ross, Application to I’urchase, 

dated August 4th, 1910. 

„ 4714. — Katherine McGillvery, Application to 

Purchase, dated August 4th. 1910. 

„ 4715. — Carl J. Johnstone, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated August 4th, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights advei'sely affected 
by 'the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the ^Minister of I-^nds within 
sixty days from the date of this no-tice. 

G. H. DAWSON. 

Surveyoi’-General. 

Department of Lands, 

I'ictoria, B.C., January .'ith. 1912. ja4 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
(Jovernmeut -Vgent. Barkerville: — 

Lot 4(5(51. — B. C. Government. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of T/ands, 

Victoria. B.C., Deeetnher 28th. 1911. de28 


ALBERNI DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
ahove-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can he seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, I’ictoria. and at the office of the 
Government .\gent. -Mherni : — 

Lot 119. — Barclay Sound Cedar Co., Ltd.. -Vppli- 
ca(ion to Lease, dated September 16th. 
1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the -Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

l>('partment of Lands, 

]'i<toria, B.C., Dceemher 28th. 1911. 


»» 


de2S 


dc2S 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


WA’l'KU UKiiri'S 


IN 'I'll 10 KAllAVAY KIOI/I'. 


j^OTIClO is lii‘i('l)y (■ivi ‘11 llial Jiiiy ix'rsoii, 
l>artiu*i'sliii>, coniiijui.v, or iinmicii)iilit.v liaviii;; 
iiii.v i'laim to water ri>;lils in, the Railway Relt may 
tile with the Chief \\’at(>r ( ’oiiimiss'ioiier at the 
I’arliameiit Riiihliims, N'ietoria, a statement of 
claim to water privilefji's on a iirinied form (No. 
TiO), which can he ohtaiiuali from the Water ('om- 
nussioners at New Wc'^sl minster, Yale, Aslicroft, 
Kanvloop.'j, Kevelstoke, ami (Johhm, or from the 
Chiief Water t.'oinmissioncr 

Evidence wifi he Inaird at local points as soon as 
the claims have l)tH*n examined and tahiiLated, and 
notices will he piihlislusl in the British Columbia 
(lazette and local 'pa.pers of the place amt date 
when each stnaun will he dealt with. Chjections 
may he lik'd with the Cliicf Water Commis.-^ioner. 
'I'he following streams are .snpi)ose<li to be wholly 
or i)artially' within the Railway Beit in the Yale 
^^'ater District : — 

American Creek. 

Anderson Itivcr. 

Andei'son Creek. 

Boston Bar Creek. 

Black Canon. 

Beaver Lake. 

I’utter Creek. 

Boothroyds Flat. 

Coqnihalla Rivei’. 

■Carry Creek. 
iChiMiiwiiack River. 

■dull i whack Lake. 

China Bar Creek. 

Cisco Creek. 

Dewdney Creek. 

Emory Bar Creek. 

Eagle Creek. 

Emory Creek. 

Four-mile Creek. 

Five-mile Creek. 

Fraser River. 

Fort Dallas Creek. 

Cordon Creek. 

(iaruet Creek. 

Goose Lake. 

IIarri.^?o.n Lake. 

Iluu'ter Creek. 

Ilauan Creek. 

Isobelle Creek. 

Jones Lake. 

July Creek. 

.Tackasis IMonntnin Creek. 

Kellj^ Creek. 

Kawkwa Lake. 

Kanaka Bar Creek. 

Lytton Creek. 

I.ander Creek. 

^lineral Lake. 

^lairray Lake. 

'Mudd.y Creek. 

Murderers Bar Creek. 

Xahie Creek. 

Nohomeen Creek. 

Nahatlatch Lake. 

N'ahatlatch River. 

Niger Creek. 

Nicolum River. 

Nesiaquack Creek. 

Nikaia Creek. 

Pierre Creek. 

Quoieek Creek. 

Ruby Creek. 

Rod'ick Creek. 

Railroad Creek. 

River Creek. 

Rocky Gulch. 

.Stryen Creek. 

Salmon River. 

Spuzzum Creek. 

Sawmill'! Creek. 

■Silver Creek. 

Skuippa Creek. 
iSiwash Creek. 

Siwash Creek. North Fork. 


Siwa-h Crrek, South h'ork. 

Sh'sse ('reek. 

Snnsallow River. 

Skagit River. 

Sehkam Ci'i'ek. 

Seven-mile Creek. 

Spring Creek. 

Slicker Creek. 

Sorrell Sjirings. 

Siska Creek. 

Sknzzy River. 

'I'amiliy (Jreek. 

'rnlameen River. 

'rnlameen River, W('.j| Fork. 

'rulameen River, South Fork. 

Texas* Creek. 

'I’rafalgar Itar Creek. 

Cz-vi-hoos River. 

Fnknown Creek. 

Waleach Creek. 

'\'ale Creek. 

Stream idsing two mill's weyt of Keefer.s. 

SmaM .stream 'at Spnzzum. 

Stream through station yanl, North Bend. 
Stream at Camp 1(!, N.\V. Vi , Sec. 1!4, 'I’p. 1). 
Stream through S.E. i/i. >Si”c. .‘10, Tp. .12, li. 2(i. 
Stream h.a:lf a mile west of C.P.R. station at 
Yale. 

Stream west of ('.I’.R. eoal-hnnkers at North 
Bend'. 

Springs in J’p. 1-1, R. 27, on east s'ide of Cariboo 
Road. 

Statemenl*J <>f cla.ims 'may also he tiled to water 
in any unnamed sajudiig, stream, creek, iiond, gukdi, 
lake, or other source of water suiqilyi, in the vicinity 
of any of the said creeks, etc. 

Dated February Hth, 1012. 

AV. R. ROSS. 

fel.p Mhiinlcr of Land/i. 


AYATER RIGHTS IN THE ItAILAA’AY BELT. 


'Vj'OTICE iis hereby given that any iierson, jiart- 
nership. company, or municipality having any 
claim to water right.? in the Railway Belt may file 
■with the Chief AA'ater (’ommissioner at the Parlia- 
ment Buildings, A'ictoria. a statement of claim to 
water jirivileges on a printed form (No. .50), which 
can be obtained from the AA'ater Commis'.sioners 
at New AA’estminster. A’ale, Ashcroft. Kamloop.a, 
Revelstoke, and Golden, or from the Chief AA'ater 
Commissioner. 

Evidence will be heard at local points as soon as 
the claims have been examined and tabulated for 
determination h}-' the Board of Investigation, and 
notices will be published in the B.C. Gazette and 
local papers of the place and date when each 
■s/tream will be dealt with. Objection? may be 
filed with the Chief AA’ater Commis.?ioner. The 
follo'wing streamis are supposed to be wholly or 
jiartially within the Railway Belt in the Kamloo'ps 
AA'ater District, which includes the Kamloo'p& and 
the Ashcroft Alining Divisions: — 

Anderson Creek. 

Alkali Creek. 

AlLardyice Creek. 

Alexander Lake. 

Alexander Creek. 

American Creek. i 

Adam? River. ; ; 

Adams Lake. 

Agnes Creek. 

Atkins Creek. 

Almondbury Creek. 

Ashcroft Creek. 

Avely Creek. 

Anesty River. 

Anesly Lake. 

Ashton Creek. 

Antler I.ake. 

Agate Creek. 

Bonnard Creek. 

Beaver Lake. 

Beaver I*onds. 

Beaver Creek. 

Barnes Creek. 

Big Gulch. 


1420 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


Bains Creek. 

Badger Creek. 

Broderick Creek. 

Botta Creek. 

Big and' Little Lake. 

Barnes Lake. 

Bond) Creek. 

Bonna Creek. 

Barnes Creek. 

Bad Land Lakes. 

Brockies Creek. 

Bush Lake. 

Bush Creek. 

Bonaparte River. 

Base Creek. 

Big Fish Lake. 

Broom Creek. 

Brash Creek. 

Big Lake. 

Bute I.ake. 

Bonnet Springs. 

Battle Creek. 

Baillie Creek. 

Brasseji Gulch. 

Boundary Creek. 

Bates Creek. 

Brink Creek. 

Barricadte Creek. 

Balean Creek. 

Black Canj'on Creek. 

Barnes Lakes. 

Bull Arden Creek. 

Blair Creek. 

Botahue Creek. 

Bush Creek. 

Blue Earth Creek. 

Bine Earth Lake. 

Bullet Creek. 

Brousseau Creek. 

Bine Ravine Creek. 

Biice Creek. 

Bnce Lake. 

Black I’ine Lake. 

Campbell Creek. 

Campbell Creek, tributary of. 
Chase Creek. 

Cherry Creek. 

Copper Creek. 

Cache Creek. 

Carron Creek. 

C'ote Creek. 

Chrisse 'Creek. 

Coal Pit Lakes. 

Cyphon Creek. 

Castle Creek. 

'Canoe Creek. 

Canoe Creek, South-east Fork of. 
'Canoe Creek. East Fork of. 
Cnltns 'Creek. 

Clemes Creek. 

Copper Lake. 

Cornwall f/ake. 

Canlfields Stream. 

Camp Creek. 

Cedar Creek Gtilch. 

Chnhum Creek. 

Christian Creek. 

'Canj'on Creek. 

Cascade Creek. 

Chesley Lake. 

Cediar Spring. 

Cornwall Creek. 

Celesta Creek. 

Crazy Creek. 

Cook Creek. 

Chum Creek. 

'Cold Creek. 

Charcoal Creek. 

Cougar Creek. 

Cache Creek. 

Campbell I,ake. 

Calling I.ake. 

Crown I.ake. 

Curries Creek. 

Celesta Creek. 

'Criss Creek. 

C l a i ge 1 1 a c h i e C i’ e e k. 
f'ahil.v Creek. 

Deer Creek. 


Deep Creek. 

Dry Creek. 

Duck Creek. 

Dixon Creek. 

Dairy Creek. 

Deadim'an’s River. 

Duffy Creek. 

Devils Lake. 

Daris Creek. 

Davies Creek. 

Drained and North Cameron Lakes. 
Doherty Creek. 

De iNIars Creek. 

Dairy 'Creek Lake. 

Dominic Lake. 

Dunn Creek. 

Dubois 'Creek. 

Duck Lake. 

Elliot Creek. 

Edwards Creek. 

Edwards Creek, North Fork. 

Edwards Lake. 

Elk Creek. 

Eagle River. 

Eagle River, North Fork. 

Eight-mile Creek. 

Eighty-foiu’-mile Creek. 

Eighty-nine-mile Creek. 

Five-mile Creek. 

French Ned Creek. 

Fish Creek. 

Fensom Creek. 

Frog Lake. 

Frog Creek. 

Frank Lake. 

Ferris Creek. 

Fish Lake. 

Flat Lake. 

Forest Lake. 

Face Lake. 

Frisken Lake. 

Ferguson Lake. 

Fold Dallas Creek. 

Forest Pine Creek. 

Fraser River. 

Fortune’s Creek. 

Fadear Creek. 

Guerin Creek. 

Guichon Creek. 

Gulch Lake. 

Gulch Creek. 

Granite Creek. 

George Creek. 

Glanzier Creek. 

Grouse Creek. 

Galina Creek. 

Gordon Creek. 

Gridin Lake. 

Ileffley or Ilefferley Creek. 

llefUey or IlefTerley Creek, North Fork. 

Iledley or IlefTerley Lake. 

Horse Ranch Creek. 

Hat Creek. 

Humphrey liake. 

Hazel Creek. 

Ilyas I,ong Lake. 

Hughes Lake. 

Hudson Bay Gulch. 

Hog Range Creek. 

Half-mile Creek. 

Humbug Creek. 

Hart Creek. 

Hidden Lake. 

Highland A'alley Divide I.,ake. 

Hyam Creek. 

Hyam I>ake. 

Hunakwa I>ake. 

Hiuihill Creek. 

Himakwa Lake. 

Ingram Creek. 

Iron Mask Mine. 

Iron Mask I^ake. 

Indian Gardens Creek. 

Intlepan Creek. 

Izman Creek. 

Inkikuh Creek. 

Inkoiko Creek. 

Jamieson Creek. 


FKiiiMJAKY L‘liNis TllF |{KITIS1I (’OLI MIMA (lAZHTTF. 


1 i 


.loiit's l.iiki'. 

.Noisct Cri'ek. 

Nicimieii Creek. 

.Iiifko I,iike. 

.lacko ('reck. 

.\a-a a Uiver. 

.lolin k'niiik Lake. 

Nikwikaia Creek. 

.laK<a‘ <'ri‘(>k. 

.Noisy Creek. 

Jolinson (’ri'i'k. 

Nislioulith t'rc'ek. 

.liiiH'tioii Har ('r('(‘k. 

.Niskoulith Lake. 

.lames ('ri“ek. 

Nohomec'ii C/i’cek. 

.loliiiiiie Wilson Creek. 

.N'ikwoi Cr(‘ek. 

.lai'k Cr(“ek. 

.\(‘whiwhoia Creek. 

Kozoom Kaiiaiy Crei“k. 

Noel (h’eek. 

KiioulT Lake. 

North Creek. 

KiiiKlislier Creek. 

Owens ('re(fk. 

ICamloops Lake. 

Oregon .lack Creek. 

Lauder Creek. 

One Tree (Julch. 

Lake Cr(‘ek. 

Otter Uiver Creek. 

Lewis l^ako. 

I’eterson ('reek. 

Louis Creek. 

I’enuies Creek. 

Louis Lake. 

I’hillis Cia^ck. 

Lake witli the Island. 

Fooley Lake. 

Lucky Strike Lake. 

Palmer (.'reek. 

Lour Lake. 

Paxou Creek. 

Little Fi-sh Lake. 

Paul Creek. 

Tiiiue Creek. 

Paul Lake. 

Lytton Creek. 

Pendleton Creek. 

Little Sluiswai) Creek. 

Python Mine Tunnel. 

Little Sliuswap T.ake. 

Pot Hole Lake. 

Ladners Creek. 

Ptarmigan Creek. 

Leonard Creek. 

Paul Lake. 

Lewis Campbell Creek. 

Pants Lake. 

Taimby Creek. 

Pot Hook Lake. 

Limestone Creek. 

Palmer Lower .Meadows. 

Luckaclieen C!reek. 

Palmer Upper Meadows. 

Loakin Creek. 

Proctor Creek. 

Lopz Creek. 

Peavine Creek. 

Lanes Creek. 

Pemberton Creek. 

lialiuvissin Creek. 

Peter Creek. 

I.ee Creek. 

Park Creek. 

iMoore Creek. 

Papsilqua Creek. 

Murray Creek. 

Pinanton Lake. 

Monte Creek. 

Pass Creek. 

iMonte I>ake. 

Pass Lake. 

Martin Creek. 

Putnam Creek. 

Mud Creek. 

Pimainus Creek. 

Mallard I.ake. 

Pukaist Creek. 

Mellors Ditch. 

Pillar I.ake. 

Mountain Spring. 

Pearse Creek. 

Mountain Lake. 

Paxton Creek. 

Mona Spring. 

Pemynoose Creek. 

Moffat Creek. 

(Jueest Creek. 

Miller Creek. 

Rocky Creek. 

Alanson Creek. 

Robbins Gulch. 

iNIoulton Creek. 

Robin (Teek. 

Mitchell Creek. 

Rock Spring. 

‘Mountain Creek. 

Rock Lake. 

AIcCallura Creek. 

Itobbins (7reek. 

McDonald C'reek. 

Richardson I..ake. 

Mclvor Creek. 

Roper Lake. 

McConnell Lake. 

Reservation Creek. 

McClure Creek. 

Ross Creek. 

McTavish Creek. 

Red Lakes. 

Mcl^ean Lake. 

Ridge I.ake. 

Maiden Creek. 

Rough Creek. 

Marble Canyon. 

Round Lake. 

Medicine Creek. 

Roach Lake. 

Meadow Creek. 

Reserve Creek. 

Middle Creek. 

Salmon River. 

iMiddle Fork. 

Ske-I’a Creek. 

McQueen Creek. 

Summit Lake. 

Macauley Creek. 

Summit Creek. 

Mabel Lake. 

Six-mile Creek. 

Mara Lake. 

Sullivan Creek. 

Mamete Creek. 

Spring Creek. 

Mann Creek. 

Sweeten Lake. 

Martin Creek. 

Spanish Lake. 

McGillvray Creek. 

Strutbers I>ake. 

Nescantell Creek. 

Sterling Creek. 

Nicola River. 

Sheep Corral Lake. 

Napier Lake. 

Scatter Creek. 

Ned Creek. 

Scheedam Creek. 

Newman Lake. 

Sheedam Creek, tributary of. 

No Name Creek. 

Sea la Beaver Meadow. 

Noble Creek. 

Split Creek. 

North Fork Lake. 

Sullivan Field. 

Nahaweekin Creek. 

Siwash Lakes. 

Nekalliston Creek. 

Separating Lake. 

Narrow Strip Spring. 

Second Creek. 

Nelson's Creek. 

South Badger Lake. 


1422 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


Semlin Lake. 

Stuart Lake. 

Sargent Creek. 

Scotch Creek. 

Scotch Creek, North Fork. 

Sunk Creek. 

Spokane Creek. 

Skookumchiick Creek. 

Shuswap River. 

Shuswap Lake. 

Stone Creek. 

Stump Lake Creek. 

Spring Gulch. 

Scottie (Indian) Creek. 

Spa Creek. 

Sabeston Lake. 

Spalluincheen River. 

Spallumcheen I.,ake. 

Skoonko Ci'eek. 

S.piaos Creek. 

Squionay Creek. 

StiTcn Creek. 

Stein Creek. 

Siwhe Creek. 

Shumway Lake. 

Shuhmn Creek. 

Separation Lake. 

Souitton Lake. 

Skakuin Creek. 

South Pas>s Creek. 

Seymour River. 

Scuittoe Creek. 

Seuittoe Lake. 

Skamana Lake. 

Sinmax Creek. 

Stinking Lake. 

Three-mile Creek. 

Tranquille Creek. 

Tranquille Lake. 

Tule Lakes. 

Tulee Lake. 

Tobacco Creek. 

Trail Creek. 

Thompson River. 

North Thompson River. 

South Thompson River. 

Trapp Creek. 

Trapp Lake. 

Todd Taike. 

Twelve-mile Creek. 

T went y-t h r e e- m i 1 e Creek. 

Tsuisu? Creek. 

Tappen Creek. 

Trout Lake. 

Toonkua Lake. 

Tsolin Lake. 

Tvvaal Creek. 

Trinity Creek. 

Ts'ooioos Creek. 

Twig Creek. 

Ussher 1.0 ke. 

Vick Creek. 

Verney Lake. 

Venables Creek. 

Willon Creek. 

Walker I.ake. 

Wilson Creek. 

Warren Creek. 

Willis Lake. 

Wentworth Lake. 

White Rock Creek. 

Willard Lake. 

Waterfall Creek. 

White Lake. 

White Creek. 

Wootls Creek. 

Watching Creek. 

Watches Brook. 

Wright Creek. 

Woodland Creek. 

Yale Creek. 

Y'ard Creek. 

Statements of claims may also he filed' to water 
in any unnamed siiring, stream, creek, pond, gulch, 
lake, or other source of water .«upply. 

Dated 1 3th February, 1012. 

W. R. ROSS. 

fel5 Minister of Lands. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named di.strict. have been surveyed, and 
that plans of th(> same can he seen at the Depart- 
ment of 1 ands. \'ictorin, and at the oflice of the 
Government Agent, Atlin : — 

Lot 37.5. — “ Eglantine ” INIineral Claim. 

„ 370. — “ Treadwell ” „ 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Yicioria, B.V., Behruary doth, 1912. fel5 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and 
tliat plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, ^'ictoria. and at the office of th.e 
Government Agent, Kaslo : — • 

Lot 10040. — “ Black Warrior ” INIineral Claim. 

„ 10047.—“ Eva May ” 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Tictoria, li.G.. February 15th, 1912. fel5 


KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can he seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, A'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Nicola : — 

Lot 1809. — A. A. Batstone, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Feh. 7th. 1910. 

,. 2378. — Richard Gulliford. Jr.. Application to 

Purchase, dated Jan. 23rd. 1911. 

.. 2809. — Kezzia Crick, Application to Purchase, 

dated April 5th, 1911. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. D.VWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.V., February loth, 1912. fel5 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, X'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Golden : — 

Lot 10545. — Percival William Berry, Pre-emption 
Record .509. dated Aug. 3rd, 190.5. 

., 10.540. — Ernest R. <'ohb. Pre-emption Record 

592. dated July 21th. RKIO. 

„ 10715. — Montford Kelly, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated llarch 20th, 1911. 

., 11033. — Jolin ('opley Powles, Pre-emption 

Record 088, dated Feh. 20th, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

S urveyor-G eneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, li.G., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

C'OAS'l’ IHS'rUK"!', ItANClO 5. 

O'l'K'l'', is luTi'b.v kAhii lliat tli<“ iiiidf)-- 
iiiciitiniicd Irai'ts ul’ land, siliiati'd in tin' 
abovt'-iiaiacd disli'ict, have ln'cn surveyed, and tliat 
plans of tile same ran be seen at tbe Depart- 
ment of Lands, \’ietoi'ia, and at tbe olliee ot tbe 
(iovi'rnment A>;ent, lla/.eltoii:- — 

Lot 12.St). — r>.t'. (lovi'i-nment. 

„ L'L’TT. — Amos (iodfrey, Applieatioii to I’ur- 
c'base, dated .lime lltb, lltKI. 

„ itlM."). — A kih's Inmd, Applieatiun to riireliase, 
dated An};. L'^tb, IttlO. 

N.]>]. Vi I'Ot .‘sfoT. — \Villiam .lobn Ibiyne, .\pi)liea- 
tion to I’nrebase, dated lOtb, IDlll. 

SAV. Vi Lot — Ernest I’epper, .Applieatioii to 

1‘nrebase, dated Dee. ITtb, IIK)!). 

Lot .‘5.‘Jr»!). — William Wood, .Application to I’lir- 
ebase, dated Oct. !ltb, llUHt. 

„ .‘5:]t)0. — Edward Willey, .Appliiation to rur- 

ebase, dated Oct. Utb, IDOl*. 

N. V 2 Lot ;5;>t>L .lobn (iow Lamont, .Aiiplication 
to I’urcbase, dati'd Dec. ITtb, 11)111). 

S. y 2 Lot .‘{.‘ftil & N. 1/2 Lot .•IdTt).— U. .lames 
Alar.sball, .Application to 1‘urchase, 
dated Dee. ITtb, 11)01). 

r.ot Uobert Hray, Aiiiilication to I’lirebase, 

dated Eel), loth, 11)10. 

S. Lot :>.‘1T0. — .lames Toltoii, .Application to 
I’lirebase, dated Dee. ITtb, 11)01). 

Lot ollSO. — Edward .lames Eiirns, .Aiiplication to 
I’lirebase, dated Alareb IStb,' 11)01). 

„ 341)1. — Elizabetb .lane Harr, .Application to 

I’lirebase, dated Oet. Dtb, 11)01). 

„ 341)5. — James Horn, .Application to I’urebase, 

dated Oet. Dtb, 11)01). 

„ 3523. — David E. Fraser, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated Aiig. 5tb, 1901). 

„ 3530. — James Alorrison, .Application to I’lir- 

cbase, dated Oct. Dtb, 11)01). 

„ 3539. — Jobn Maclennan, Application to I’nr- 

ebase, dated Sept. lOtb, 1909. 

N.E. 1/4 Hot 3542. — Stanley Jasper, .Application to 
Purchase, dated Dec. ITtb, 1909. 

S.E. Yi Lot 3542. — Jobn .1. Thompson, .Application 
to I’urchase, dated Dec. ITtb, 1909. 
S.W. Yi Imt 3542. — Itobert Tbompson, .Application 
to I’urcbase, dated Oct. Dtb, 1909. 

N. Y 2 Hot 3543. — William Jobn Morris, .Applica- 
tion to I’urcbase, dated Aug. 5tb, 1909. 
S. Y 2 Hot 3543.^ — Harry lUissell Haubier, .Applica- 
tion to I’urcbase, dated Oct. Dtb, 1909. 
S.E. % Hot 3545. — Harry B. Tweed, .Application 
to I’urcbase, dated Oet. Dtb, 1909. 
S.W. 1/4 Imt 3545. — Tbomas Elijah Bell, -Applica- 
tion to I’urcbase, dated Dec. ITtb, 
1909. 

N.W. Yk Hot 3545. — James .Alexander Bayne, .Ap- 
plication to I’urchase, dated Dec. ITtb, 
1909. 

N.E. Yk Hot 3545. — .-Albert Ellis, Application to 
Purchase, dated Oct. Dtli, 1909. 

E. Y 2 Hot 354(5. — Joseph Framont, .Application to 
Purchase, dated Dec. ITth, 1909. 

N.W. 1/4 Hot 354(5. — James Brandon, .Application 
to Purchase, dated Dec. ITth, 1909. 
S.W. 1/4 Hot 3540 & W. Y 2 Hot 354T. — Arthur 
.Jackson, Applic-ation to I’urchase, 
dated Dec. ITth, 1909. 

S.E. % Hot 3548. — David .Allan McKee, Applica- 
tion to I’urchase, dated .Aug. 5th, 1909. 
Hot 4083. — I’ercy R. Brown, .Application to I’ur- 
chase, dated May 0th, 1910. 

„ 4029. — Thomas McKenzie, .Application to Pur- 

chase, dated Aug. 24th, 1910. 

Frac. N.E. Yk Sec. 22, N. of river, Tp. 15. — B.C. 
Government. 

Frac. N.E. Yk, Sec. 28, Tp. 15. — B.C. Government. 

,, S.E. 14 . Sec. 33, Tp. 15. — B.C. Government. 

Pensons considering their rights adversely lalJected 
by the above surveys, mus't furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of T-ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 8th, 1912. feS 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

KAMLOOPS DLS'l'IHC'l’. 

N otice is hereby gin-n that (be imder- 
„i,.„,i,„„.d (rads of land, siliialed in lb.' 

abov.-nam.d distrid, have I surveyed, and that 

plans of (be same can be at the Depart- 
ment of 1 amis, A ietoria, and at lb<‘ odicc of Ibc 
Government .Agent, Kamloops: — 

Lot 2315. as Wadsworth, Pie-emption Re- 

cord IKICi, dated Sept. 2Ttb, 1910. 

2311). -.Alfred C. Bauman, .Apiilication to Pnr- 
ebase, (lilted .Marib 21tb, 1910. 

231 T. — .lobn .Arnold Blomlie, Prc-cmptioii Re- 
cord 1T32, (lilted Sept. 12tb, 1!)I0. 

2.31S. -Arcliibald Bottrcl, Pre-emption Record 
1T.3T. dated Sept. 2Tth, 1910. 

2319. — AA'illiiim AA'. AA’ood, .A ppiicii lion to Piir- 
cbas(‘, (lilted Miircb Iflst, 1910. 

2320. — Patrick 11. AA'alls, Pre-i'mi)tioii Record 
ITDO, dated .April 2t)tb, 1911. 

2321. — Fred ILiggiird, Pre-emption Record 
1054, dated April 1st, 1910. 

,, 2322.- 15. Piinter, Pre-emption Recoi'd 1T28, 

(lilted Aug. 3()tb, 1910. 

,. 2323. Dongliis Foxley Fo.\well, Pre-emption 

Record 1SS;’>, (lilted Sept. 15tb, 1911. 

„ 2324. — Sidney .Milsom, Pn'-emiition Record 

1801, (lilted .Aug. lOtb, 1911. 

„ 2325. — AA’illiiim .Morgan, Pre-emption Record 

1T24, dated Ang. 12tb, 1910. 

„ 2320. — .Michael Ernest Dohm, .Aiiplication to 

Purchiise, dated .Miircb 8tb, 1911. 

„ 2.32T. — .Ab'xaiider Greig, Pre-emption Record 

1TT9, dated Feb. 1st, 1911. 

„ 2832. — .lobn .Joseph Smith, .Application to 

Purchase, dated June IDtii, 1911. 

„ 2833. — Charles S. Meyer, Application to I’ur- 

cbase, dated .May 29tb, 1911. 

Pcrvsoirs cou.sidering iheir righ ts adversely 'affected 
by the above surveys, inus't furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Depuriment of Lands, 

\'ictoria, B.C., February 8th, 1912. fe8 

CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
idans of the same can be seen at tbe Depart- 
ment of Lauds, A’ictoria, and at the otiice of the 
Government .Agent, Barkerville : — 

Lot ,5001. — AA’illiam Dean, Application to I’ur- 
chase, dated Dec. 13th, 1!)1(). 

,, 5002. — Thomas Nicol, Application to I’ur- 
chase, dated Dec. 13tb, 1910. 

„ 5003. — Edward Dalton Rorke, Application to 

Purchase, dated Aug. 15th, 1910. 

„ 5004. — B.C. Government. 

,, 5005. — Clarence Bain Cameron, .Application to 

Purchase, dated Aug. 15th, 1910. 

„ 500G. — William Duncan Millar, .Application to 

Purchase, dated Aug. i5th, 1910. 

„ SOOT. — Archibald Walker Cameron, Applica- 
tion to Purchase, dated .Aug. 15th, 
1910. 

„ 5008. — Isabel Cameron, .Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated Aug. 15th. 1910. 

,, 5009. —Millard Cameron, Application to I’ur- 

chase, dated .Aug. 15th, 1910. 

„ 5010. — George Ernest Johnson, .Application to 
Purchase, dated .Aug. 15th, 1910. 

„ 5025. — George Ernest Johnstone, Pre-emption 
Record 549, dated Nov. 13th, IDOO. 
Persons considering -their righ ts adversely -affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a sta'tement of 
theii contei.'tion to the Alinistor of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 8th, 1912. feS 


1424 


THE IHHTI^II COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. ! DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


IlEXFliEW DISTRICT. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
nainedi district, liave been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands. I'ictoria : — 

T.L. 41S02.— Thomas B. Wilson & Alvin E. Walrath, 

covering Lot 


„ 41 SOM.— 

,. 41S04.— 

.. Ml 7.M0.— 

:’,S2M(5.— 

.. MUG-oO.— 

.. M172!).— 

,. ,M172-<.— 

., ,MOG()4. — 

.. M(!GG5.— 

.. MOGGO.— 

., .M0G7O.— 

,. MOGGS.— 

., .MOGGG.— 

,. MUG6M.— 

., MOGGO.— 

„ MOGGI.— 

., M0GG2.— 

,, MOGG I . — 

„ M4G25.— 

30G73. — 

I’el^sous considering 
by the above surveys. 


3!)I. 
■; 392. 

,, yj «* 

„ 393. 

„ „ M94. 

„ 39G. 

397. 
„ 398. 
„ 399. 
„ 400. 

„ 401. 

402. 
„ 403. 
„ „ 404. 

„ „ „ 405. 

„ „ „ 40G. 

M ,, „ 407. 

,, ,, „ 408. 

„ 409. 

„ „ „ 410. 

413. 

their rights .adversely 'affected 
must furnish a statement of 


their contention to the Minister of Bands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

S urvcyor-CIcncral. 

Department of Lands, 

\ ictoria, I'.V., Fchriiarp loth, 1912. fel5 


CASSIAR DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lauds, \’ictoria. and at the office of the 
Government Agent, llazelton : — 

Lot 1377. — Elizabelhi B. Skelliorne, Application to 
I’urchase. dated Aug. 17th, 1910. 

., 1409. — Ilellen Cecelia Glide Brown, Applica- 

tion to Purchase, dated Dec. 29th, 
1909. 

,, 14G2. — .Viulre-w Glide, Api)licatiou to Purchase, 

dated Doc. 29th, 1909. 

Persons considei'ing their rights advei’sely affected 
by (he above surveys must furnish a statement of 
their <;on(enlion to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of (his notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Hurvepor-dencral. 

Department of Lands, 

Mcloriu, Febrnury loth, 1912. fel5 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surv(>yed, and that 
jilans of the same can be seen at the Deiiart- 
ment of Lands, I'ictoria, and at the otiiee of the 
Government Agent. Fort George: — 

I/Ot 75G. — B.C. Government. 

,. 757. — ,. 

.. 2G74. — Samuel .Tohn Booth. Application to 
Purchase, dated Feh. 18th, 1911. 

2()75. — WiMiam N. Carmichael. .Vpplication to 
Purchase, dated .Inly 27th, 1910. 

,, 2f)7G. — Charles A. Banghart. .\pplicatiou to 
Purchase, dated .July 27th. 1!)1(). 
I’ers'ons considering their rights adversely affecte<l 
by the above surveys must furnish a statement of 
■their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty dayi.a from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSOxN, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of I^ands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
namedi district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lauds, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Govern-vnent Agent. Fort George : — 


T.L. 352G (P.). — Yellowhead Pass Lumber Co., 




covering 

Lot 

2435. 

♦» 

.3525 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

243G. 


3527 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

2439. 


.358G(P.).— 

yy 

yy 

2472. 

J » 

.3,530 (1*.).— 

yy 

yy 

2473. 


3.528 (P.).— 


yy 

2477. 

« 

3531 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

2478. 

sy 

3.533 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

2479. 

yy 

3.529(1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

2484. 


3534 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

3825. 

sy 

3.53G(P.).— 

yy 

yy 

382G. 

yy 

3539(1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

3827. 

yy 

3540 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

3828. 

y y 

3535 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

4042. 

yy 

3541 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

4043. 

yy 

,3542 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

4044. 

*y 

3532 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

4238. 

sy 

3537 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

4239. 

*y 

8523 (P.).— 

yy 

yy 

42GG. 

yy 

3538 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

4272. 

y 

3.524 (1’.).— 

yy 

yy 

4275. 

yy 

3543(1’.).— 

sy 

yy 

427G. 

?? 

3522(P.L— 

yy 

yy 

4277. 

yy 

3544 (1’.).— 


yy 

4278. 

yy 

13G-1 (!’.). — Martin M. Schultz ,, 

yy 

4279. 


Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 


G. II. DAWSON, 

S urveyor-General. 


Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.V., February loth, 1912. fel5 


QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
namedt district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Prince Rupert : — 

T.L. 40792. — Graham Island Lumber Co., Ltd., 

covering Lot 3,38. 
., 3997.8.— ., „ „ 1518. 

., 40783.— .. .. ,. 1519. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
hy the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Su rveyor-Gencral. 

Department of Lands, 

ictoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


N otice is heivby given that the under- 
mentioned licences, situated in the above- 
named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, aiul at the office of the 
Provincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver: — 

T.L. 38928. — Sylvester W. Baker, covering Lot 
2385. 

„ 38808. — Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., 

covering Lot 2954. 

Persons considering their rights advei'sely affectecl 
by the above .surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 1 1. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

i'ictoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. • fel5 


i\'2r, 


l-'KitiuAHY 22su, IDlL’.l Till-: KIMTISII ( 'C)!.! :.M |{ I A ( JAZIOTTI-:. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


COASl' IMS'ntK"!', ItAXCI': 1 '. 

N O'riCIO is licn'l).v Ki'f" lliiil 111 '- iiiiilcr- 
miMit iiiiK'd licences, situated in tlie alxive- 
naiiHsl district, liave l)een snrvci'ed, and tliii 
plans of tin' same can la* seen at tin* Dejaiit- 
ment of Lands, N’icloria, 'ami at the ollice of tin 
Provincial 'I'imher Inspector, \'anconver: — 

'I'.lj. l.").S (I’.). — North Coast 'I'iinher Co., 

coveriii)' Lot (i.S.'h 
„ 114 tl*.).— ,. ., ,. (:!);{. 

1 ‘ersons consideriii}? their riKhlsi adversely aff(‘Cl(s] 
hy the al)()ve .surveys, nin.st furnish a siateinent of 
their contention to the Minister of I.aucls within 
si.vty (kiyis from the date of this notice. 

(J. II. DAWSON. 

»S' It r V etjo r-dvncrnl. 

Deparfment of Lands, 

Victoria, H.V., I<’(bniari/ 15(11, I!)I2. fel.o 


COAST DISTRICT, RAXCE 


N otice is lierehy giv(>n that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Dei)art- 
ment of Lands, Victoria : — 

T.L. 1010 ( 1*. ) . — I’acitic Coast Timber Syndicate, 
covering Lot Till. 

Persons considerrtig their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey, must furnish a statement ot 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Siirveijor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February loth, 1912. fel.5 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 1. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned licence, situated in the above- 
named district, has been surveyed, and that a 
plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, ^4ctoria, and at the oHice of the 
Provincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver : — 

T.L. dould. — Coast Timber & Trading Co., cover- 
ing Lot 11(11. 

Per.sons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey, mu.st furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lauds within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

^'ictoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel.o 
COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 4. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be .seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Hazelton : — 

Lot 16.59. B.C. Government. 

„ 1600.— 

„ 1660a.— 

J » 

1661.— 

„ 1662.— 

,, 1712 to 1719 (inclusive). — 

„ 1719a.— 

,, 1720 to 1722 (inclusive). — 

,, 1724 to 1728 (inclusive). — „ 

,, 17.30 to 1732 (inclusive). — 

„ 1732a.- _ _ 

,, 1733 to 1737 (inclusive). — 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
hy the above surve}-® must fuimish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty dlays from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

COAST DISTRICT, R.VNGE I. 

N ft'l’K’E is hci'chy gi\(ii |h:il Hit' iiiidi'j'- 
iiK'iit ioiii'd tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, ha\e been siirxeyid, and that 
jdans of tin- same ran he setm at the Dep.ii't- 
nient of lands, \'i(lori!i, and at the ollice id' the 
Government Agent. Ilazelton: — 

Lot KiOlA. — Erank S. Gale, Ai)])lica I ion to Pur- 
cha.se, dated Eel). 19lh, 1910. 

,, 1663. — .Mrs. (’arl Wakefiidd, .\))plication to 

Purclias(‘, dated I’eb. 19th. 1910. 

,, 1723. — .Iosie.ph Waybright. Application to Pur- 

chas(>. dated I'ch. I9ih, 1916. 

,, 1738. — Christian E. .Scheel, .\pj)licat ion to 

Purchase, dated Nov. 11th, I9o0. 

,, 173t). — Robert 1). Elder, .\pplication t(j Pur- 

cliasip, dateil Nov. 11th. 1969. 

Pensoiis considering their rights advei’sely affecle<l 
by the above surve.y.s must furnish a stalemeiif of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty dlays from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

\ ietoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 

CASSIAR DISTRIC-r. 

N O'ITCE is lu'reby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laiul, situated in tin; 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
l)Ians of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, \'ictoria, .and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent. Prince Rupert: — 

Lot H)55. — B.C. Government. 

.. 1956.— 

„ 19.59.— 

„ 196.5.— 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survej-'.s must furnish a staiemenl of 
their contention to the Minister of I.ands within 
sixty diays from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

S urreyor- Gen era 1. 

Department of Lands, 

i'ietoria, B.C.. February 15th, 1912. felu 


QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS DISTRICT. 

■p^OTICE is hereby given that the under- 
' mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, 'N'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent. Prince Rupert: — 

Lot 995.— .Tames Martin, Pre-emption Record 
■S23. dated Nov. Sth, 1969. 

1<-17. Isabel S. Christie. Application to 
Purchase, dated 1916. 

I’ersons considering their rights adver.sely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty da.vs from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAWSON, 

„ Surveyor-General, 

uepartment of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 1. 

I^OTICE is hereby given that the unde 
mentioned tract of land, situated in tl 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and tin 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Denar 
ment of Lands, 'Wetoria : — ^ 

Ix)t 4 o3. B.C. Government. 

Persons considering their 'rights adversely alTectc 
by the above survey, must furnisl: a statement ( 
leii contention to the Jlinister of Lands wit'ii 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. D.VWSON. 

Department of Lands, ^^>rveyor-Gencra 

Victoria. B.C., February 15th, 191,1. i'..- 


1426 


' THE EElTISn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE o. 


N otice is herebj^ given that the iindei’- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the ollice of the 
Government Agent, Ilazellou : — 

Lot 4033. — Edel Smith, Application to Purchase, 
diatecli -Vug. 4th, 1910. 

„ 4634. — J. Ambrose O'Brien, Application to 

Purchase, dated August 4th. 1910. 

„ 463.J. — Edmond William Bellamy, Application 

to I'urchase, dated Aug. 4th, 1910. 

,, 4030. — Ethel V. Smith, Application to I’ur- 

cha.se. dated Aug. 4th, 1910. 

I*eI^sons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Survey or-Oeneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Metoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5. 


N otice is hereby . given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the otiice of the 
Government Agent, I’rince Rupert ; — 

Lots 431. 432. 433, 4.34, 43.^, 436, 437, 438, 439 
440, 441, 442. 1032. 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 
10;’>7, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1043, 1044.— B.C. 
Government. 

,, 436.8. — Thomas W. Ross, Pre-emption Record 

831. dated Nov. 9th, 1909. 

„ 4370. — IMurdo Smith. I’re-emiption Record 832, 

dated Nov. 9 th, 1909. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the IMinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25ih, 1912. ja25 


SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT. 

N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a i)lan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, X'ictoria, and at the oflice of the 
Government .\gent, Fair\iew : — 

Lot 1434 (S.). — Mark Christensen. Application to 
Purchase, dated April ISth, 1910. 
Persons considering their rights adversely all’ccted 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the .Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON. 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT. 


N otice is lu'reby given that the under- 
mentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has heen surveyed, and that 
a i)lan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the otiice of the 
Government .\gpnl. New Westminster: — 

Lot 1527. — B. C. Government. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of I.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAWSON, 

Survey or-Gene,ral. 

Department of Tiands, 

Victoria, B.G., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Fort George: — ■ 

Lot 2390. — Ilaroldi Northey Gzowski, Application 
to Purchase, dated Aug. 15th, 1910. 

,, 3874. — Maude Macdonell, Application to Pur- 

chase. dated Aug. 15th, 1910. 

,, 4641. — B.C. Government. 

„ 4895. — Frank Stoney, Application to Purchase, 

dated July 13th, 1910. 

., 4896. — William Smiley, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated July 13th, 1910. 

,. 6643. — Alice Wright, Application to Purchase. 

„ 6644. — Thomas Webb. Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

,, 6646. — Thomas Wright, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

,, 6647. — Elizabeth Ilarris. Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

,, 6648. — Jane Taylor, Application to Purchase, 

dated July- 13th, 1910. 

„ 6649. — Rowland Stephens, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

„ 00.50. — Prank Knowles. Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

,. 0051. — Ada M. Mawdsley, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

., 0052. — Albert Thomas Stephenson, Application 

to Purchase, dated 1910. 

,, 6053. — Nora M. R. Stephenson, Application to 

Purchase, dated 1910. 

„ 00.54. — IMary Stephenson, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

„ 6655. — William Glahome, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated 1910. 

., 0056. — Ethel IM. Glahome. Application to Pur- 

chase. dated 1910. 

,, 6057. — Reginald N. Williams, Application to 

Purchase, dated 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the IMinister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

S u rveyor-Gcn oral. 

Department of L.ands, 

\ ictoria. B.C., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claim, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Ntdson : — 

1,'ot 10613. — “ Tommy Lipton Fraction ” Mineral 
Claim. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoiia, R.C., January 25th, 1912. ja23 


SAYWARD DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
[dans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Lands. Victoria: — 

Lot 306. — B.C. Government. 

.. 307.— 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Lands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

Surveyor-General. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.G., January 25th, 1912. ja25 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

('OAS’l' DlS'l’KIC'r, RANCH 

N O'I'U'H is licrcliy muliT 

iiii'iit ioiii'd triicis of sitiiiilcil in tin' 

nliiivi'-iiiiiin'd disti'it'l, hiivc ln'cii siirvi'.\ i‘<l, jiiid tlial 
pliuis of till' siuiM' ran hr smi at llir Ih'iiart- 
inriit of l ands, \’irtoria, and at tlir olliii' of tin' 
Covrrnnu'iit Asnit, Ilazcllon: — 

Hot 2li'Jl. Ronald Cainiihrll Rntlirifoi'd. Aiiplira- 
tion to I’mx'liaso, datrd Drr. 2!)ili. 
T.KIl). 

,, ‘J(!2!). — Simon l''nisrr McKriizir, Aiipliration 

to Rnrcliasc. dated Dee. lilltli, RMJi). 
2(s!S.— Marv Helen R.rown, Apidiralion to 
Riirrhasie, dated Dec. 21Mli, 

2(!-n.- Harry Craton O’Hoane. Apiilication to 
I’lirclua-ie, (hited Deremher 21)tli, I'.KJil. 
,, 47<KS. — John lni;rain. Ai>pIic'ation to I’nrcliane, 

dialed Ang. 24lli, RRO. 

„ 4710. — B.C. Covcrninent. 

41:02.— 

Rereons considering their rights advei'sely affected 
by the above surveys niiisl furnish a slali'inent of 
their contention to the Minister of Hands within 
sixty dtij’s from the date of this notice. 

C. 11. DAWSON, 

Hiirvcyor-deiirral. 

Department of Landa, 

Vietoria, H.C., Fchnianj loth, 11)12. felT) 


KAMHOOI'S DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the nndei'- 
inentioned tract of land, situated in the 
above-named district, has been surveyed, and that 
a plan of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Hands, t'ictoria, and at the office of the 
Coverninent Agent, Kamloops : — 

Hot 262(5. — Charles A. Rainsford. Pre-emption Re- 
cord 1581, dated July 12th, 190!). 
Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above survey, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Hands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAM'SON, 

S u r reijo r- (1 cncral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.V., Fehruary 15lh, 1912. fel5 


CANCEHHATION OP RESERVE. 


N otice is hereby given that the reserve exist- 
ing over Hot 6623. Group 1. Kootenay Disr 
trict. formerl 5 ^ embraced in Timber Hieence No. 
16727, by reason of a notice bearing date of 24th 
December, 19<J7. andi published’ in the P>ritish 
Columbia Gazette of 27th December, 1907, is can- 
celled! in order that a sale of the said lands may 
be effected to Elizabeth C. Cnmiinings. 

ROBT A. RENAVICK. 

Deputy Minister of Lands. 

Lands Department, 

Victoria, B.C., February Sth, 1912. fel5 


OSOTOOS DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I.ands, Metoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, Vernon : — 

Hot 2422. — Horne Thompson, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated IMay 25th, 1911. 

„ 4076. — John Atkinson. Pre-emption Record 

5S80, dated Feb. 7th, 1910. 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of I.ands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAIVSON, 

Surveyor-Ceneral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 

6 


DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. 

CARIP.DD DIS’l'RICT. 

N OTICl'l i.s hereby given llmt the under- 
imiRi.ined Iraels of land, silimled in tlie 
a b.ive-iia tiled dislriel, ha\e been surveyed, and tliat 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of I amis. \’ietoria. and at tlii' olliee of the 
Governini'iit .^gent, Hazelton: — 

I.ots 5379 to 53'<2 ( inelnsive) . I’.C. Governmenl. 

., 5;!.S2.\.— David H. Hoy, Pre-emplion Record 

!i:t5 (Dmineea), dialed 1). cemlK'r I9lh, 
1910. 

., .5.3.''.3 to 5109 (inclusive).— B.C. Government. 

., 5412 to 5415 (inclusive). — „ 

,, 5117. - o 

„ 5119.— 

.. 5121.— 

.. 5124 to 5-1.3.3 (inclusive). — ,, 

,, 51.37 to 54.39 (inclusive). — „ 

Persons considering their rights adversely affected 
by ih(' above surveys must furnish a slatemenl of 
their contention to the .Minister of Hands within 
sixty dny.s from the date of this notice. 

G. H. DAIVSON, 

B urv c yor-( 1 cncral . 

Department of Lunds, 

Metoria, B.C., February l.jth, 1912. fel5 


NEW IVESJ’.MlNS'rER DISTRICT. 


N OJTCE is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of land, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
|)lans of the same can he seen at the Depart- 
ment of Hands, N'ictoria, and at the olliee of the 
Government Agent, New IVestminster : — 

Hot 2477. — .\rthur H. Johnson, .Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Nov. 17th, 1910. 

„ 3315. — James Bati'inan, Application to Pur- 

chase, dated July 8th, 1910. 

Persons consiilering their rights adversely affected 
by the above surveys, must furnish a statement of 
their contention to the Minister of Hands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. 11. DAAVSON, 

Hurveyor-(l cncral. 

Department of Lands, 

] icioria, B.C., Fehruary 15th, 1912. fel5 


AVEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned mineral claims, situated in the 
aho\(!-named district, have been surveyed, and 
that plans of tlu' same can be seen at the Depart- 
mi'iit of Hands, N'ictoria. and at the olliee of the 
Government Agent, Nelson: — 

Hot 9355. — “Peggy” Mineral Claim. 

„ 10580. — “ Amethyst ” „ 

G. 11. DAAYSON, 

8 urveyor-G en eral. 

Department of Lands, 

\ ictoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given that the under- 
mentioned tracts of laud, situated in the 
above-named district, have been surveyed, and that 
plans of the same can be seen at the Depart- 
ment of Hands, Victoria, and at the office of the 
Government Agent, CranbrooU : — 

Hot S272. — Henry Edmonds, Application to Pur- 
chase, dated Sept. 18th. 1911. 

„ 8273. — B.C. Government. 

Personsconsidering their rights adversely affected 
by the abo\e surveys, must furnish a statement of 
theii contention to the Alinister of Hands within 
sixty days from the date of this notice. 

G. II. DAWSON, 

8urveyor-Oencral. 

Department of Lands, 

Victoria, B.C., February 15th, 1912. fel5 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NOTICE TO ATPLICANTS. 


Applicnntu are hereby notified that all rheqaes 
acconipa ai/i nif apjilieationx to parcha.se laatl taa.si 
be‘-certifleil,” and made 2 >af/able at j)ar at the office 
of the Cotninisxioner in nho.se JH.strict the land i.s 
situated, otherwise the apj^lications will not be enter- 
tained. 

NEIL E. 3IACKAT, 

Ifepnty Coniniis.sioner of land.s .t tf'orh.s. 

Dated Victori(t , Ji.C., 11th Nor., Hftl/i. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Fred Lundtiren, of 
Hazelton. farmer, intend to appl.v for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at the north-east 
corner of Lot S12. Cassiar; thence north SO chains; 
thence east 20 chains ; thence smith SO chains ; 
thence west 20 chains to point of commencement ; 
containing IGO acres, more or less. 

Dated January 27th, 1912. 

FRED LUNDCREN. 

fel J. K. IIalliday, Agent. 


OSOYOOS LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Y"ale. 

T ake notice that George Chalmers Johnston, 
of Veniion, real-estate agent, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted 40 chains 
south of the north-east corner of Hermann Jacob 
Specht’s pre-emption; thence east 20 chains; 
thence north 40 chains ; thence west 20 chains ; 
thence south 40 chains to the point of commence- 
ment. and containing SO acres, more or less. 
Dated Jannai-y^ 6th, 1912. 

GEORGE CHALMERS JOHNSTON, 
fel Charles R. Imerson, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Albert H. IVallace, of 
Telkwa, physician, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands; 
{Commencing at a post planted at the south-east 
corner of Lot 162.1 (ungazetted) ; thence south SO 
chains, west 80 chains, north SO chains, east SO 
chains to point of commencement ; containing 640 
acres. 

Dated November 2.5th. 1911. 
ja4 ALRERT 11. WALLACE. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Chart.otte Isi.ands. 

T ake NOITCE that Reginald I locker, of I'an- 
couver, IS.C., photograi)her, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase tlie following described 
lands — ( 'onummcing at a post planted about four 
mih's north and two mih'S w'’st from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
thence south SO cliains ; thence ('ast SO chains; 
thence nortli SO chains; thence west SO cliains to 
place of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 
Dated January 10th, 1912. 

REGINAIJ) DOCKER. 

feS Rohert Cross, .\ gcnt . 


OSOYOOS LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Yale. 

T ake NDI'KIE that Henry Gustave Muller, of 
Vernon, gentleman', intends to apiily for per- 
mission to imrchase the following described lands; 
Commencing at a iiost planted at G. Scroxton’s 
south-east corner. Sugar Lake; thence west 20 
chains; thence in a south-eastm-ly direction follow- 
ing the shore of Sugar Lake to the mouth of Upper 


Shuswap River ; thence in a north-westerly direc- 
tion following the west bank of the river to point 
of commencement ; containing 80 acres. 

Dated December 12th, 1911. 

HENRY GUSTAVE MULLER, 
jail Dell Thomas, Agent. 


REVELSTOKE LAND DISTRICT. 


District of West Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Burrows Henrj' Rothwell, 
of Naknsp. gentleman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted 40 chains 
south of north-east corner of T. L. 41274; thence 
south SO chains; thence east about 20 chains to 
Arrow Lake; thence north along lake-shore about 
SO chains; thence west about 2 chains to point of 
commencement ; containing about 100 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated December 29th, 1911. 

BURROWS HENRY ROTIIIVELL. 
jail Edward Russell Vipond, Agent. 


CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT. 


District of South-east Kootenayl 

T ake notice that IVilliara Harrison, of 
Cranbrook, railwayman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
north-w'est corner of Lot S744, on east side of 
right-of-way ; thence wmst 20 chains, more or less, 
to Timber IJcence 43351 ; thence south to Lot 
10093 ; thence east to right-of-way ; thence follow'- 
ing right-of-w'ay to point of commencement. 

Dated December 16th, 1911. 
jail AVILLIAM HARRISON. 


alberni land district. 


District of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Arthur T. Walker, of Vic- 
JL toria. B.C.. tailor, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lauds : 
Commencing at a post planted about four miles 
and a quarter west and one mile south of the 
centre of Section 26. Township 9, Rupert District; 
thence south SO chains; thence west SO chains; 
thence north SO chains; thence east SO chains to 
the point of commencement ; containing 640 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 1st, 1911. 

ARTHUR T. IVALKER. 
de2S Richard IV. IYilkinson, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Charles M. Sheehan, of 
Nhnv Hazelton, merchant, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — (.'ommencing at a post planted three miles 
in a south-westerly direction from the south-west 
corner of Lot 1625 (ungazetted) ; thence south SO 
chains; thence west SO chains; thence north 80 
chains; thence east SO chains to point of commence- 
ment; containing 640 acres. 

Dated November 2Sth, 1911. 
ja4 CHARLES SHEEHAN. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Robert Dewar, of Kit- 
selas, labourer, intends to ajiply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands; 
Commencing at a iiost planted four miles up the 
Nadona River from the junction of Fish Creek, 
and marked “ R. D., S.E. cor.’’ ; thence north 80 
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence south 80 
chains; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated November 27th, 1911. 
ja4 ROBERT DEWAR. 


LAND NOTICES 


SKKKNA 1,AM) DIS'l'KK’ I’. 


Di.stuk r (IK Coast, Kanok 
ri^AKl': NO'l'ICI': llml William 11. 1 Ihi-ktiivc, of 
1 \'iiiU'oiiv(‘T, U.C.. ImiikcT, iiili'iids lo aiiply for 
licnnissioii to iiiircliaso tlio followiiit; (losci'ilicd 
lands: ComnuMicin^ at a post plaiiLi'd on llic wisl 

slioro of Ia\kols(‘ l.ako and alioiil one inili; and' a 
lialf dislanl and in a soul h-wosierlj’ direction from 
the soul li-west eoriu'r of Lot ;)!)>'2 ; llience 40 cdiains 
west; tlnmct* SO chains south, inor(‘ or less, to the 
shore of l.aktdse Lake; thence following the shore 
of said lake lo point of commenceinent ; containin}^ 
1(10 acres, moi’e or less. 

l)at(Hl December Kith, TOIL 
jail WILLIA.M 11. IIAIJCKAVE. 


OMl.N’KCA LAND DISTRICT. 

Di.stuict ok Coast, Ra.nok fi. 

T AKIO XOTICD that dohn Shannon, of Alder- 
mere, labourer, intends to aiipl.v for per- 
mission to purchase the followiuK ch'seribed lands: 
Commeuciuf; at a post planted one mile etist and 
one mile north from the north-east corner of 
Section I'p, Townsbi|i (I; thence north SO chains, 
east 80 chains, south SO chains, west SO chains 
to point of commencement : containiiif; (110 acres. 

Dated December 4th, 1011. 
jal JOHN SHANNON. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distkict of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Loran 'rremaine Kenney, 
of Iliizelton, li.C., clerk, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the followiii!' described 
lands: — CommenciiiR at a post planted about three 
miles in a south-westerly direction fiom the south- 
west corner of Lot 1(125 ( un.eazetted ) ; thence 

north SO chains, west SO chains, south SO chains, 
east SO chains to point of commencement ; contain- 
ing 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 2Sth, 1011. 
ja4 LORAN TREMAINE KENNEY. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


Destrict of Slogan. 

T ake notice that I, Clmrles A. Holmgren, 
of G12 Bower Building, \"ancouver, clerk, 
intend to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands: — Commencing at a p.ist 
planted about 14 feet south of south-east corner 
of Block 3, liot 9320 ; thence north 30 chains ; 
thence east 40 chains ; thence south 30 chains ; 
thence west 40 chains. 

Dated November 25th, 1911. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS HOLMGREN. 
de28 James Tiioaias Cameron, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

T ake notice that Gabriel LaCroix, of Alder- 
mere, farmer, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands : — Com- 
mencing at a post planted two miles east and three 
miles north of the north-east corner of Section 35, 
Township 6; thence SO chains north, 80 chains 
east, SO chains south, SO chains west to point of 
commencement : containing 640 acres. 

Dated December 4th, 1911. 

ja4 GABRIEL LaCROIX. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Frederic Gordon Camp- 
bell Wood, of Victoria, B.C., university pro- 
fessor, intends to apply for permission to purchase 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted at high-water mark in a little bay 


al Ilic nortli-west corimr of Section 15, 'lownsliip 
29, Rupert District; thence westerly 20 elmiiis 
along sliore line to a point; thence Hoiitberly 80 
chains along shoreline lo L. .Iii02. 5 ; thence (•ast 
SO chains; thence iiorib 80 ebains along 'I'.L. 
35031; llience west 20 chains lo Kbore-line ; thence 
along shore line to point of commencement. 

Dated November ISlIi, 1911. 

FREDERIC GORDO.V CA.MRBELL WOOD. 
(],.l»,s Frank I’atteii.son, Agent. 


SAVWARD J-.VND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict ok SAYWARI). 

rn.\KE N()T1(*E that Florence Ri^jier, of Toronto, 
1 nurse, intends to apiily for jiermission lo pur- 
chase the following diescribed laudis :— Commencing 
at a post iilanted be.'jide a survey post on the south 
shore of Blind Creidc Harbour. 12 chains and 30 
links north of the south-east corner of S(‘ctiou 10. 
Cories Island, Sayward' Dis-trict ; thence south 20 
chains and 2S links to the shore of Cortes Island ; 
Ihcuce following the sinuosities of the shore along 
high-water mark in a north-easterly direction to 
the west boundiary of Lot 307; thence north along 
tin' west boundary of Lot 307 lo the shore* of Blind 
t'reidc Harbour; thence following the sinuosiliesi of 
the shore along high-water mark in a north-westerly 
ilirecliou lo point of commencement ; containing 15 
acres, more or h'ss. 

Dated December 27lh, 1911. 

FLORENCE ROl’ER. 

jal J. F. Tait. Agent. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 2. 
rp.VKE NO'I'ICE that AVinnifred Roper, of 
1 Toronto, nurse, intends to tipidy for per- 
mission lo purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted 26 chains oast of 
Wadliam's Cannery andi 5 chains south of the 
Creek which runs into the sea at said cannery 
(Lot 59). Rivers Inlet, Victoria Land District, 
District of Coast, Range 2; tlu'nce east 40 chains; 
thence north 20 chain'*’; thence west 40 chains; 
thence south 20 chains to point of comiuence'inent ; 
containing 80 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 27th. 1911. 

WINNIFRED ROPER. 

jal .7. F. Tait. Agent. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T .AKE notice that Carman W. Esmond, of 
A’ancouver, B.C., financial agent, intends to 
aipily for permissiim to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the south-east corner of the land applied for 
by Roy Bristol Cooley and one mile south and 
one mile cast of the north-west corner post of 
the said land ; thence south 80 chains ; thence 
west SO chains; thence north SO chains; thence 
east SO chains to point of commencement, and 
containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 9th, 1911. 

CARMAN W. ESMOND. 

'Ic-l Peter H. Siemens, Agent. 


COWICTIAN LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Victoria. 

mAKE NOTICE that Owen P. Schreiber, of 
-1- Pender Island, civil engineer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at high-water mark on the north side of a small 
island situate at the distance of 18 chains in a 
south-westerly direction from the south-east corner 
of the N.E. 14 of Section 7. Pender Island, 
( owichan District; thence around the said high- 
water mark to the point of commencement; com- 
prising % acre, more or less. 

Hated January 13th, 1912. 

fel OWEN PHILLIPPS SCHREIBER. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Coast, Range 5. 

T ake notice Ihat Bernard O'Neill, of Prince 
Rupert, prospector, intends to appl.y for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted about one mile in 
a north-easterly direction from the Hidden Creek 
Copper Co.’s wharf ; thence ‘20 chains north ; 
thence SO chains east: thence 20 chains south; 
thence following tlie sinuosities of the shore to the 
point of commencement ; containing about 320 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December ISth, 1011. 
ja25 BERNARD O’NEILL. 

SLOCAN LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Edward Herbert Smith, of 
Nelson, B.C., accountant, intends to api)ly 
for permission to purchase the following describc'd 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at Post 
No. 1, on the east line of I.ot 1044G, situated on 
the south-west bank of the Lardeau River ; thence 
south 20 chains ; thence east 40 chains ; thence 
south 20 chains ; thence east 20 chains ; thence 
north 40 chains, more or less, to the I.ardeau 
River; thence west GO chains, more or less, along 
the bank of the Lardeau River to point of com- 
mencement. and containing IGO acres, more or less. 
Dated December 22nd, 1911. 

EDWARD HERBERT SMITH, 
.iall Henry Newcom, Ageni. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Robert H. Craham, of 
Sealy, labourer, intends to apjily for ])er- 
missiou to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted four miles up from 
the .iunction of Nadena River and Fish Creek, and 
marked “ R. H. (4., S.W. corner ” ; tlience SO chains 
north, SO chains cast, SO chains south, SO chains 
west to |)oint of commencement ; containing G40 
acres, more or less. 

Dated November 27th, 1911. 

ja4 ROBERT 11. ORAH.MI. 

NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Koote.nay. 

T ake notice that Stewart St. Clair Tufts. 

of \'auc()u ver. B.C., studcmt-at-law, intends 
to apply for permission to purchase tlie following 
described lands: — Commencing at a jio.st planti’d 
at the north-east corner of the land applied for by 
.Tohn .McKenzie McLe.an, and one mile easi of the 
norlh-w(st corner |)ost of tlu' said land; Ihenci' 
south SO (diains; thence east SO chains: thence 
north 80 chains; thence west SO chains lo point 
of commencement, and containing G40 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 
fel STEWART ST. CLAIR TUFTS. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Ephraim D. Card, of 
Moose .law, Sask., capitalist, intends to apply 
for permission to |»urchasi' the following (Icscrilaal 
lands ;-—( 'ommencing at a post |danted at the 
south-east corner of the land applied for hy St('W- 
art St. Clair Tufts, and one mile south and one 
mile (‘ast of the north-west corner jiost of the said 
land; thence SO chains south; thenca^ SO chains 
west; thence north SO chains; thence east SO 
chains to iioint of commencement, and containing 
(J 10 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 

fel EPHRAIM D. CARD. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that John McKenzie iMcLeau, 
of Vancouver. B.C., student-at-law, intends 
lo apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands; — Commencing at a post planted 
at the .south-east corner of the land applied for by 
Leslie L. Berry, and one mile south of the north- 
east corner post of the said land ; thence SO chains 
south; thence SO chains east; thence SO chains 
north : thence SO chains west to point of com- 
mencement, and containing G40 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 
fel JOHN McKenzie Mclean. 


SKEEN A LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

^(JAKE notice that Alice Muuro, of Vancou- 
i- ver. B.C., married woman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted on the west 
shore of Lakelse Lake and about one mile and. a 
half distant and in a south-westerly direction from 
the south-west corner of Lot 39S2 ; thence west 40 
chains ; thence north 40 chains ; thence east GO 
chains, more or less, to the shore of Lakelse Lake ; 
thence following shore of said lake to point of 
commencement ; containing 200 acres, more or less. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 
jail ALICE MUNRO. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

riT-HvE NOTICE that William B. Thomson, of 
- 1 - I'ancouver. B.C.. carpenter, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted 20 chains 
south of the south end of Pinkut Lake and about 
five miles south and. three miles east from traverse 
post M on Babine-Decker Lake Trail; thence north 
80 chains, east SO chains, south SO chains, west 80 
chains to the point of commencement, and contain- 
ing GIO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 15th, 1911. 

WILLIAM B. THOMSON. 
jalS Gordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Co.vst, Range 5. 

I jlAKE NOTICE that Charles N. Bring, of I’rince 
L Rupert. B.C., broker, intends' to apply for per- 
mission to purcha.se the following d'eacribed lands: 
Commencing at a post idanted at the south-east 
corner of Pre-emption Record 7S2 on the west side 
of Lake Lakelse: thence St) chains we.«t ; thence 
.s'oiilh 20 chains; thence SO chains east; thence 
north 20 chains following the shore-line of lake to 
Iioiiit of commencement: containing IGO acres, more 
or h'S'S. 

Dated December 30lh. 1911. 

C. N. PRING. 

jalS Richard Carr. Agent. 


REVELSTOKE LAND DISTRICT. 


District of West Kootenay. 

rp.\KE NDTICE that Horatus Leven Rothwell, 
I of Naknsp. B.C., hank manager, in|pnd.s to 
apply for permis-jinu to imrclia.^e the following 
di'S'cribed’ landis; — Commencing at a post planted 
120 chains south of north-east corner of T. L. 
41274; thence south 80 chains: thence east about 
SO chains to .\rrow Lake; thence north along lake 
about SO chains: thence west about 20 chains to 
point of commencement ; containing about 200 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 29th. 1911. 

HORATUS LEVEN ROTHWELL. 
jail Edward Russell Vipond, Ageni. 


LAND NOTICES. 


OAHNKC A LA.Vl) I )1S'I’K 1( 'T. 


DiSTllK”!' OK C^OA.S'l', UAN(iK ll. 

rpAKIO NO'I'K'IO that .losliiia .Man.-’rrKh, of \'aii- 
1 coiivcr, cuiitiactor, iim-iul's to aiiply for 

pennistiioii to pin cliaM' tlio followiiij; doscrilicd 
laiid><; - (.'onimoiu'iiiH: at a post plaiitod one iiiih' 
\vi‘st and one iiiilo north from travorso inject M 
on Ual>in(>-1 )t'oki“r I.ake 'I'rail ; tlionco sontli fd) 
ohains, wcsi NO chains, north St) cliains. cast bO 
chains to point of coinincnccincnt, and containing; 
()-K) aci'f's. more or less. 

Dated Dcceiniier 14lli, 

JUSlll'A .MANSKIttJII. 

jalS CoitPON S. Wii-SON, Agoti. 


O.AM.VKf’A LAXJ) DISTRICT. 


Distuict ok Coast, IlANtiK o. 
rpAKK XOTICIO that John William Chilcott. of 
1 Vancouver, IVC.. broker, intends to apply for 
permission to i)nrchase the following described 
laiK.s: — Commencin;; at a post planted on the west 
shore of I’inknt I.ake and about three miles and 
one mile eas>t from traverse post M on I'ahine- 
Decker Lake Trail; thence Avest SO chains, south 
SO chain's, east SO chains, nortli SO chains to the 
jioint of cooimencement, and- containing (i-tO acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December loth, 1011. 

JOHN WH.LIAM CHILCOTT. 
jalS Gordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTUICT. 


District ok Coast, Range o. 

rpAKE NOITCE that Arnold lUand, of Vancoti- 
ver, ILC.. labourer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following desicribed lands : 
Commencing at a post planted on the west shore 
of I’inkut Lake and about three miles south and 
one mile east o^f traverse post IM on Babine-Decker 
Trail; thence south SO chains; thence east SO 
chains, more or less, to the lake-shore; thence 
north-westerly along the lake-shore to the point of 
001010600010001 , and containing 320 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated' December 15th, 1911. 

ARNOLD BLAND. 

jal8 Gordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


OMIN'ECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Sidney Rigler, of Vancou- 
X ver, B.C., mason, inteud:s to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted on the west shore 
of I’inkut Lake and about four miles south and two 
miles east from traverse jiost i\I on Babine-Decker 
Lake Trail ; thence south SO cluaius, east SO chains, 
north 20 chains', more or less, to the lake-shore ; 
thence north-westerly along the lake-shore to the 
point of commencement, and containing 300 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 15th, 1011. 

SIDNEY RIGLER. 

jalS Gordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


OIMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

T ake notice that Dan Lewis., of Vancouver, 
B.C.. clerk, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted about 20 chains' south 
of the south end of I’inkut Lake and about live 
miles south and three miles east from traverse post 
M on Babine-Decker Lake Trail; thence south 80 
chains, east 80 chains, north SO chains, west 80 
chains to point of com'mencement, and containing 
640 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 15th, 1911. 

DAN LEWIS. 

jal8 Gordon S. Wilson, Agent . 


LAND NOTICES. 

O.MINECA LAND DISTRIL'l’. 

Dis’irict ok Coast, ItANtii'; 5. 
riVlKE .NttTlCl'l that .\jidi'('W Sicl .McLean, of 
1 V.'iiicouver, I’..C., meri'hiinl, inlciids to apply 
for pcriiii'-siou to luirchasc the lollowiiig dcsciibcd 
l.'inds ; Comiiiciiciiig at a jio.st planted on thi' cast 
I shore of I’iiikiit I.ake and about three niile.s south 
j .'ind a mile iiiid ihrce-iiu.irters ca.st (d' traverse j)os>l 
.\1 on Babiiu'-Dci'ker Lake 'I’rjiil ; thence east .‘'O 
ehains, s^nitli .’■O chaitis; thence west lit chains, 
more or less, to lake-shore; thence nort h-we.sierly 
along liike-shore to iioint of eoininencetnciil, anil 
containing 4N() iicre.-i, mure or less. 

Dati'd December Llth, 1911. 

ANDREW STEL .McLEAN. 

JalS GoRtJON S. Wilson, .Agent. 


D.MINECA I.A.N-D DISTRICT. 

DiSTRtCT OK COA.ST, Ra.NGE 5. 
ritAIvE NOTICE that Mabel .Adelaide Douglas, 
1 of Brooklyn. .N.V., r.S..!., matron, intends 
to apjily for per'mis.sion to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a jtost |)lanted on 
the north s>hore of I’inkut Lake and about 5 chains 
south from ti’iiversc post M on Babine-Decker Lake 
Trtiil ; thence west .'s(> chainsi, north SU chainsi, east 
SO chains, s-ontli 80 chains to the point of com- 
mencement. and containing (HO acres, more or less. 

Dated December Llth, 1911. 

.MABEL ADELAIDE DDCGLAS. 
JalS Gordon 8. Wilson, Agent. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Coast, Range 5. 
ril.lKE NOTI(.lE that Arthur Vernon Baillie- 
L Hamilton, of Vancouver, B.C., contractor, 
intends to api)ly for permission to purchase the 
following d'escribed lamLs : — Commencing at a post 
planted 20 chains south of the south end of I’inknt 
Lake and' about live miles south and three miles 
east from traverse post M on Babine-Decker Lake 
Trail; thence south SO chains, west 80 chain.s, 
north 80 chains, ea.st 80 chains to the point oif com- 
mencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 15th, 1911. 

A RTH i: R VE R.NO N B.\. I L 1. 1 E- H A.M I LTD .N. 
.ial8 Gorikin S. Wilson, Agent. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

^jl.\KE NOTICE that Edgewood Lumber Com- 
L pany. Limited, of Castlegar, B.C., lumbermen, 
intend to apply for permis'sion to purchase the fol- 
lowing described lands : — Commencing iit a post 
planted on the north-we.'?ierIy shore of the island 
near the north shore of the Columbia River, about 
33 chains east from the C.l’.R. bridge across the 
Columliia at Castlegar, and' about 15 chains from 
the said Company’s mill on the north shore of the 
Columbia River; thence commencing in a northerly 
direction and following the shore-line of the island 
on which said post is placed, completely around said 
island to the point of commencement ; said lands 
containing 2.24 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 13th, 1912, 

EDGEWOOD LUMBER CO.MPANY, LIMITED 
jalS 


CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT. 

Dlstrict of South Division, East Kootenay. 
rPAKE NOTICE that William Murdoch, of Flag- 
L stone, millman, intends to apply for permis- 
sion to purchase the following described lauds: 
Coimnencing at a post planted on the south end of 
an island in the East Kootenay River and in a 
direct line with the north line of Lot 327. com- 
mencing at the said post and continuing along shore 
to point of commencement. 

Dated January 5th, 1912. 

WILLIAM MURDOCH. 


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THE BIHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[February 22nd^ 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


ALBERXI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rnAKE NOTICE that Edimimd Jameg Wall, Sr., 
I of Victoria, B.C., luercliant. intends to apply 
for permission to purchase tlie following described 
land's: — Commencing at a post planted; at the 
north-west corner of Section 11, Township IS, 
being tlie north-cast corner of I’re-emptlon Record 
74; ihience south 40 chains: thence oast 40 chains; 
thence north 40 chains; thence west 40 chains, 
following the shore-line to point of commencement ; 
containing 100 acres', more or less. 

Dated November 2Sth. 1911. 

EDMUND JAMES IVALL, Sr. 
de2S Tiios. G. Wall, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rilAKE NOTICE that Gwendolen B. Colthnrst. 

L of Vancouver, B.C., spinster, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted on the 
shore of Qnatsino Sonndi. 9.1 chains south-west of 
the sonth-west corner of Lot 12, Township 27. 
Rupert District; thence north 40 chains; thence 
east SO chains ; thence south 40 chains ; thence 
along shore to the point of commencement, and 
containing 310 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 24th. 1911. 

GWENDOLEN B. COLTIIURST. 
de2S George G. Shone, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


DI.STRICT OF Rupert. 

rnAKE NOTICE that Frances Jasper Knight, 
of London, England, married woman, intends 
to apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
at tbe nor;h-west corner of the E. % of the S.W. 
14 of Sec. 2S. Tp. 0. Rupert District ; thence west 
20 chains; thence south 40 chains; thence east 
20 chaing; thence north 40 chains to the point of 
commencement, and containing 80 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated November 21st, 1911. 

FRANCES JASPER KNIGHT. 
dc2S George G. Shone, Agent. 


RUPERT LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Albekni. 

rilAKE NOTK’E that Alexander Knight, of 
I. London, England, gentleman, intends to apply 
for permission to inirchase the following described 
la mbs ; — (Commencing at a post planted at the 
soulh-iast corner of Lot 12. Township 27, Rupert 
District; thence west 20 chains; thence north 10 
chains; thence west 10 chains; thence south 40 
chains; thence along sluore to i)oint of commence- 
inenl, and containing GO acres, more or less. 

Dated November 24th, 1911. 

A LE X N D E R K N I G H T. 
de28 George G. Shone, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rnAKE NOTICE that 1. William .1. Budd, of 
i 'Calgary, Alberta, manufacturer, intend to 
a))ply for perinKssion to purchase the following 
described lands; — Commencing at a post planted 
on the Wesit Fork of Flat River, three-fourt'hs of 
a mile south of the month of Clear Creek; thence 
SO drains south; thence 80 chains west; thence SO 
chains north; thence SO chains easit to point of 
co'inmencement ; being in all (54 0 acres, more or less. 
Dated December 4th, 1911. 

WILLI A.M J. BUDD. 

de28 Simon BTtzgeralp. Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, John Fitzgerald, of 
I. 'Stewart, B.C., 'prospector, intend to apply 
for permis.sion to purclra.se the follo'wing described 
Lands; — ^Commencing at a post planted about three 
'miles and a half sonth-east of Meziaden Lake and 
about two miles west of 'White River; thence SO 
chains north; thence J-O chains east; thence SO 
chains south ; thence SO chains wesit to point of 
commencement ; being in all G40 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated December Sth, 1911. 

JOHN FITZGERALD. 

de2S Simon Fitzgerald, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Dt.STRiCT OF Cassiar. 

rn-^KE NOTICE that I, Katie Berens, of Tacoma, 
lVa.sh., married woman, intend to apply for 
irei'inission to purchas'e the following described 
lands : — 'Commencing at a post planted about three 
miles and a half sonth-eafst of Meziaden Lake and 
about two miiles west of White River; thence SO 

chains south ; thence SO chains west ; thence SO 

chains north ; thence SO chains east to point of 

commencement ; being in all 040 acres, more or 

less. 

Dated December Sth, 1911. 

KATIE BERENS. 

de2S Simon Fitzgerald, Agent. 

SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Antone Berens, of 
Tacoma, Wash., contractor, intend to apply 
for permission to purchase 'the following described 
lands: — 'Commencing at a 'post planted about three 
miles and a Ivalf south-east of Meziaden Lake and 
about two miles west of White River; thence SO 
chains south ; thence SO chains east ; thence SO 
chains north ; thence SO chains west to point of 
commencement ; being in all G40 acres, more or 
le.ss. 

Dated December Sth, 1911. 

ANTONE BERENS. 

de2S Simon Fitzgerald, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Cassiar. 

fjJAKE NOTICE that I, William A. Stephens, 
JL of Snohomish, Wash., mason, intend to apply 
for permi.ss-ion to purchase the following described 
landa : — Commencing at a 'inxsit planted two miles 
and three-fourths .south of 'the mouth of Clear 
Creek on Flat River; thence .SO chains south; 
thence SO chains east; thence SO chains north; 
thence SO chains west to po-int of commencement ; 
being in all (540 acres, niore or less. 

Dated December i>th, 1911. 

WILLIAM A. STEPHENS. 
de28 Simon Fitzgerald, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cas.siar. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, Frank J. Budd, of Blair- 
JL more, Alberta, chemist, intend to apply for 
[lermi.ssiion to jnirch'ase the following described 
lands; — 'Commencing a't a 'post planted one-fourth 
of a mile east of the West Fork of Flat River and 
one iinile and three-fourths south of the mouth of 
Clear Creek; thence SO drains iioiith ; thence 80 
chains ea-st ; thence 80 chains south; thence SO 
chaiins west to point of counmencement ; being in 
al'l (540 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 4th, 1911. 

FRANK J. BUDD. 

de28 Simon Fitzgerald, Agent . 


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LAND NOTICES. 

VIC'l'OKIA I.AM) DISTRICT. 

I )i.s'i lucr di' Coast, Kanoi: 
rnAKK XO'l'lCK Hint Viiicpiil Clnyfoii. of lidla 
1 Coolii, sIori'k('(‘pi‘r, intends to apply for per- 
mission to pnreliase the followintr (K'scrilii'd laiuiis: 
Conuneneinf; at a post plant('(l 10 cliains wist of 
the north-west corner of Lot U(*I!a Coola; 

tlienee south ‘JO chains; tlwMice west SO cliains; 
thence nortli 10 chains, more or less, to south 
houndary of Lot .‘5 ; thence east oO chains, more 
or less, to south-east corner of Lot .‘5; thence north 
10 chains, more or h'ss, to the siouth-west corner 
of Lot J; thence east tlO chains, more or less, alonjr 
sonthi houmlai'y of Lot J to point of commenci'- 
ment. 

Haled Decemher 115th. 1011. 
jail VIXCKNT CLAYTOX. 

OMIXECA LAND DISTKICT. 


Disthict ok ('oast, Uanok 4. 

T ake XirrK'E that John Schomer, of Hazel- 
ton. lahoun'r, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the followin.ir described lands: — ('om- 
mencin;; at a post planted about one mile west and 
two miles south from Lot lOJo (uuR.Tzetted ) ; 
thence south SO chains, east SO chains, north SO 
chains, west SO chains to i)oint of coinmcncoinent ; 
containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated November JSth, 1011. 
ja4 JOHN SCHOAIEK. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTKICT. 


District of Coast. 

T ake notice that I. Robert Swords, of Vic- 
toria. mana.srer. intend to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands : — Com- 
mencimr at a post planted at the south-west corner 
of said land; thence running 40 chains north; 
thence 40 chains west : thence 40 chains south ; 
thence followins shore-line to point of commence- 
ment; containing SO acres, more or less. 

Dated November 4th, 1911. 
ja4 ROBERT SWORDS. 


OJIIXECA I.AND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. Range 5. 

T .VKE notice that Henry Roy, of Irondale, 
Wash., farmer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted two miles east and 
two miles north of the north-east corner of Section 
3.0. Township (5; thence north 80 chains, east 80 
chains, south SO chains, west 80 chains to point of 
commencement: containing 640 acres. 

Dated December 4th, 1911. 
ja4 HENRY ROY. 


OMINECA land DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Stanley Jones, of Telkwa, 
baker, intends to apply for permission to pur- 
chase the following described lands: — Commencing 
at a post planted one mile south and one mile west 
of Lot 1025 (ungazetted), marked “ S. J.. S.E. 
corner”: thence south 80 chains, west 80 chains, 
north 80 chains, east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 28th, 1911. 
ja4 STANLEY JONES. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Oeorge Wilson JIcKay, of 
Ilazelton. farmer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted four miles in a 


I SDiit h- westeil.\' di ton from the soiilh wesl coiiii'i 
I id' I.ol 1625 ( iingazel li'd ) ; Ihmicc norih HI rhains 
Iheiice wesl SO iliaius; Iheliee soulli 8(1 iliailis 
thence east ■HI (diaiiis to point ol commelirenieiil 
i eoutaiuiiig 6 01 acres, more or less. 

I Dated Xovemher JSth, 1911. 

! j„l CEDKCE WII.SOX M( KAY. 

REVELS'l’OKE LAND DISTRIC'I’. 

Distric'I’ of 11’i;st Koo'iknav. 
rn.UvE XOTK'E (hat 1, Harry 1. Landry, of 
1 Rossland, B.C.. mining, intends to tippl.v for 
permission to tmriliase (he following described 
lands: — Commencing at a jmsl planted about 46 
chains west of tin* south-west corner of Lot M IN; 
thence north 4(1 chains, wi'.st NO cliains. sonih 40 
cliains, and (ast NO chains to iminl of commence- 
ment. and containing 3J0 acres, mori' or less. 

Dated December 9th, 1911. 

HARRY I. LANDRY. 

jail J. Ei-siier, Afjcnl . 


FORT FRASER LAND DISTRICT. 


Dr.sTRiCT OF Coast, RangI'; 5. 
ril.VKE XOl'lCE that James Crant .'MacDonald. 

1 of N'ictoria. B.C., gardener, intends to apply 
for iiermission to imrchase the following ilescribed 
lands: — Commencing at a post iilanled about 40 
chains south of .soulh-west corner of Lot J020 ; 
(hence south 40 chains; thence east 40 chains; 
(hence north 40 chains; thence wicst 40 chains |f> 
jioint of commencemiuit ; containing 160 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 6th, Iflll. 
jail JAMES GRANT MacDOXALD. 


FORT FRASER LAND DlSTItlCT. 


Di.strict of Coast, Range 5. 
rn.\KE NOTICE (hat Simon Brins, of \'ictoria. 
1 B.C., accountant, intends to apply for per- 

mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted about 40 chains 
south of south-west corner of Lot 2020; (hence 
south 20 chains; (hence wi'st 60 chains; (hence 
north 20 chains; thence east 60 chains to iioint 
of commencement ; containing 120 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated December 6th, 1911. 

SLMOX BRINS. 

jail J. G. MacDonald, A<jcvt. 


SKEEN A LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
r 1 1 AKE NOTICE that Ernst Koch, of Vancouver, 
-L B.C., electrician, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about four miles 
north and twm miles west from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Island; 
thence north SO chains ; thence east SO chain.s ; 
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains to 
place of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 
Dated January 10th, 1912. 

ERNST KOCH. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 

SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Ja?. C. Chalmer.s. of Van- 
couver, B.C., shipper, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands- 
Commencing at a pos't planted about two miles 
noi th and tno miles west from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Is-Iand ; thence 
north SO chains; thence east 80 chains: thence 
south 80 chains; thence west SO chains to place of 
commencemen t ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January lOth. 1912. 

JAS. C. CHALMERS. 

Robert Cross, Agent . 


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THE RTUTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice Ihat Evelyn M. Squire, of Van- 
couver, B.C.. spinster, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted on the 
shore of Quatsino Sound. !).“> chains south-west of 
the south-west corner of l.ot 32. Tp. 27, Rupert 
District: thence nortli 40 chains; thence west 40 
chains: thence along shore to point of commence- 
ment, and containing ,o0 acres, more or less. 
Dated November 24th. 1911. 

EVEFA’N yi. SQUIRE. 

de28 George G. Shone, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Lizzie G. Budd. of 
Calgary, Alberta, married woman, intend to 
apply for permission to purclrase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a po.sl planted 
one-fourth of a mile east of the West Fork of Flat 
River and one mile and three-fourths soulh of the 
mouth of Clear Creek; tlience SO chains south; 
thence SO chains east; thence SO ehain.s north; 
thence SO chains west to point of commencement ; 
being in all 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 4th. 3 911. 

LIZZIE G. BUDD. 

de2S Simon FiTzoiCRALn, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Gilbert Whitworth, of Vic- 
toria. B.C.. tailor, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post idanted about four miles 
and a quarter west and one mile south of the 
centre of Section 20. Township 9. Rupert District; 
thence north SO chains; thence west SO chains: 
thence south SO cliains; thence east ,S0 chains to 
the point of commencement; containing 040 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December l^t. 1913. 

GILBERT WHITWORTH. 
de2S Richard W. Wilkinson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

ril.MCE NO'l'ICE that Violet A. Lloyd, of Vic- 
1 loria. B.C., si)inster. intends to apply for iier- 
miss'ion to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a po.-it planted about four miles 
anil a quarter west and one mile south of the 
centri' of Section 20t Township 9, Rupert Distinct; 
thi'iice north SO chains; thence east SO chains; 
thence south SO chains; thence wi'st St> chains to 
the point of commencement; containing 040 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 1st, 1911. 

VIOLET A. LLOYD. 

de2.S Richard W. Wilkinson, .Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rn-MvE NOTK’E that .Tosejih E. Pettingell, of 
L N’ictoria, B.C.. marker, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a jiost planted about four 
miles and a (|uarter west and one mile soutli of 
the centre of Section 2(!. Township 9. Rupert Dis- 
trict; thence south SO chains; thence east' SO 
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence west SO 
chains to the point of commencement; containing 
(HO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 1st, 1911. 

.IDSEIMI E. PETTINGELL. 
dc28 Richard W. Wilkinson, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE Riat I, Harry N. Budd, of 
L Calgary, Alberta, broker, intend to apply 
for permi.«sion to purchase the following described 
lands : — ^Commencing at a post planted one-fourth 
of a mile east of 'the West Fork of Flat River and 
one mile and three-fourths south of the mouth of 
Clear Creek ; thence SO chains south ; thence SO 
chains west ; thence 80 chains north ; thence SO 
chains east to po-int of commencement; being in all 
1)40 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 4ith, 1911. 

HARRY N. BUDD. 

de2S Simon Fitzgerald, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Harold J. Cullen and 
Richard W. Wilkinson, of Victoria, B.C., 
real-estate agent and prospector, respectively, 
intend to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands ; — Commencing at a post 
planted about one mile and a quarter west of the 
centre of Section 2G. Township 9, Rupert District; 
thence west SO chains; thence south SO chains; 
thence east SO chains; thence north SO chains to 
the point of commencement; containing 640 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 6th, 1911. 

HAROLD J. CULLEN. 
RICHARD W. WILKINSON. 
de2S Richard W. Wilkinson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Gertrude Haynes, of Vic- 
1 toria, B.C., nurse, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about four miles 
and a quarter west of the centre of Section 26. 
Township 9. Rupert District; thence north SO 
chains; thence east SO chains; thence south SO 
chains ; thence west 80 chains to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing 640 acres, more or less. 
Dated December 1st, 1911. 

GERTRUDE HAYNES. 

de28 R. W. Wilkinson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Rupert. 

fp.VKE NOTICE that .Ioanna Pettingell, of Vic- 
1 ^ toria, B.C.. married, intends to apply for per- 

mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about two miles and 
a quarter we.< of the centre of Section 26, Town- 
ship 9, Rupert District; thence south 80 chains; 
thence west SO chains; Uience north ,80 chains; 
thi'iice east 80 chains to the jioint of commence- 
ment ; containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 6th. 1911. 

.1 0 A N N .\ PETT INGE LL. 
de2S Richard W. Wilkinson. .Agent. 


ALBERNI L.\ND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Benjamin Carey Pet- 
1 tingell. Sr., of Victoria, B.C., real-estate 
agent, intends to apjily for permission to purchase 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted about two miles and a quarter west 
of the centre of Section 26. Township 9, Rupert 
District: thence west .80 chains; thence north SO 
chains; thence east 80 chains: thence south SO 
chains to (he point of commencement; containing 
640 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 6th, 1911. 

BEN.7A.M1N CAREY PETTINGELL, Sr. 

Richard W. Wilkinson, Age 7 it. 




Fkiikiaky L*-Jniv. lillL’.l Till-: HKITISII ('OI.IJM I’.I A CAZIOTTIC. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKKI'.NA I. AM) DIS ritl('’r. 


DisTHK’r OK ('iiaui.oiiI': Isi.amis. 

rilAKK NO'I'K'IO ilml ('hiirl.'s .1. W'liit liik.'r, <if 
-L N'liiicoiivcr, siili'sm:m, iiiti'iuls lo :i|)i)l\ 

for permission lo pnrcliMS(> I lie following descrilied 
liuids : ( 'oinmeneinf; iil n posi pliinled alionl nine 

miles east and four miles sonlli from lln‘ sonlli east 
corner of Indian Ueserve No. II, (Iraliain Island; 
llienei' ■''0 elniins sonlh; tlienee SO chains east: 
llienet' SO chains north; Ihenci' SO chains west 
to place of coniinencimient ; conlainiiif; (110 acre.s. 

Dated January 2nd. 11)12. 

CllAllLKS J. WIIITTAKKU. 
feS UoiiKirr CitOH.s, Aiicnt. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKIOHNA LAND I tlS'l'UICT. 


I)I.STin( T OF (.lOKKN (’llAltl.OTTK IHI.ANDH. 
ril.VKI' .NOTH '10 that IJoyd Con verse, of I’ea- 
J- hody, Kansas, farmer, intemls to apply for 
pernii.ssioii to purchase the following' descrilied 
lands: ('ommeneiiiH: at a post idanled ahonl 

ele\'eii miles east and si,\' miles sonlh from the 
soiilh-easl corner of Indian Keserve No. II, 
(■raham Island; thence .SO chains north; thence 
SO chains west; iheiici" ,S0 chains south; theinie 
SO chains east to place of cominencenient ; con- 
lainiiif; (1 10 acre.s. 

Dated .January 2nd, 1012. 

LLOYD (X)NVI‘]KSI':. 

feS ItoitKKT CiiO.SH, Acjent. 


SKIOI-LNA I.AND DISTUK'T. 


DISTHICT ok ()t'K.K..\ Cll AKI.OTTK Lsr.ANPS. 

T .VKIO NO'riCIO that Alvna Converse, of I’ea- 
hody, I'Cansas, homsewife, intends to aiiply for 
Iierinission to pnrchasi' the following: described 
lands: — Commencin;? at a post planted ahont nin(> 
miles east and si.K miles south from the south-east 
Comer of Indian Keserve No. 11, Oraham Island; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains west: 
thence SO chains south ; thence SO chains east to 
[ilace of commencement; containing: (1-10 acres. 

Dated January 2nd, 1012. 

AIA'NA CONVKKSE. 

feS Kobekt Cros.s, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Italiih Converse, of I’ea- 
hody, Kansas, farmer, intends to aiiply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about nine 
miles east and si.x miles south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Keserve No. 11, Oraham Island ; 
thence SO chains south; thence SO chains west; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains oast to 
place of commencement; containing 010 acres. 
Dated January 2nd, 1912. 

KALKII CONVERSE. 

feS Robert Cro.ss, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T .VKE notice that Edith Dcnner, of Van- 
couver. R.C., clerk, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about nine miles 
east and six miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11. Oraham Island; thence 
SO chains south; thence SO chains east; thence 80 
chains north ; thence SO chains west to place of 
commencement: containing G40 acres. 

Dated January 2nd, 1912. 

EDITH DENNER. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 

WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Vancouver. 

T ake notice that Wllliam Henry A\rmstrong. 

Alexandier Morrison, William C. Ditmars, and 
Robert Armstrong, of Vancouver, contractors, intend 
to apply for permission to purchase the foUo,wing 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted at 
the south-east corner of Lot 7, Block 41. District 
Lot 1S.5, Vancouver; thence south-west 340 feet; 
thence north-west 19S feef; thence north-east 380 
feet : thence south-east 198 feet to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated Jantiarj- 26th, 1912. 

IVILLIAM HENRY ARMSTRONG 
ALEXANDER MORRISON. 
IVILLIAM C. DITMARS. 
fe8 ROBERT ARMSTRONG. 


SKEENA LAND DI.STRICT. 


District ok (^ueen Chari.otte Islanp.s. 

T ake notice that h'ern K. Conver.si!, of 
Gaira, Iowa, farmer, intends to ajiply for 
permission lo purchase the fcdlowing described 
lands: — CommeiK-ing at a iiost planted about 
eleven miles and a half caist and six miles south 
from the south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 
11, Graham Island; thence .SO chains south; thence 
.SO chains (‘ast; thence SO thains north; thence .SO 
chains west lo place of commencement: containing 
610 acres. 

Dated January 2nd, 1912. 

FERN K. CONVERSE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Queen Charlotte Lslani),s. 

T .VKE notice that Nona Converse, of Gaira, 
Iowa, housewife, intends to a|j|dy for per- 
mission to purchase the following 'described lands: 
Commencing at a post idantcd about twelve miles 
east and seven miles south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Island; 
thence .SO chains south; thence SO chains east; 
thence .80 chains north ; thence <^0 chains west to 
place of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 
Dated January 2nd, 1912. 

NONA CONVERSE. 

feS Robert (,'ro.ss. Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen CiiARLoriE Islanp.s. 
rn.VKE NOTICE that Guy Nelson, of IVindsor 
-L I’ark, 111., bank clerk, mtends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about 
twelve miles cast and seven miles south from the 
.south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Gra- 
ham Island ; thence .80 chains south ; thence .80 
chains west; thence .‘-O chains north; thence <S0 
chains east to place of commencement ; containing 
640 acres. 

Dated January 2Rd, 1912. 

GUY NELSON. 

Robert Cross, Agent . 

VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 








f^j^.VKE NCITICE that Elizabeth C. Clayton, of 
i Bella Coola. widow, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following d.escribed lands- 
Commencing at a pos-t planted on island in Bella 
Coola River and about opposite the north-east cor- 
ner of Lot 2; thence westerly 7 chains, SO links 
more or less; thence north-westerly 19 chains, more 
or less: thence northerly 4 chains, more or less • 
thence north-eas-lcrly 10 chains, more or less; thence 
easier y 16 chains, more or less; thence south- 
easteilj 4 chains, more or less; thence southerlv 
J chains, more or less, to point of commencement 
Dated January l!)th. 1912. 

^cS ELIZABETH C. CLAYTON. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


O:\IINKCA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disthict of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, wniiam .Taoics Ealcin, 

of Ootsa Lake, B.C.. rancher, intend to 
apply for permission to pureh.ase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
St) chains west of the sonth-west corner of Lot 
748 : thence north SO chains, west SO chains, south 
SO chains, east SO chains to point of cominence- 
ment ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS WILLIAIM JAIMES EAKIN. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Charles Herbert 
Spencer, of Ilazelton, B.C., miner, intend 
to apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
40 chains north from the north-east corner of Ijot 
lo37 ; thence south 40 chains to the north-east 
corner of Lot 1337 ; thence west SO chains ; thence 
north 40 chains ; thence east SO chains to point of 
commencement ; containing .320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS CHARLES HERBERT SPENCER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, R.C., broker, intend to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at tbe 
south-east corner of Lot 829 ; thence south 40 
chains, west 00 chains, north 40 chains, east 00 
chains to point, of commencement; containing 240 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, AIHsou E. Fawcett, of 
Ilazelton. B.C., bank clerk, intend to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: Commencing at a post planted about one 
mile west from the north-west corner of Lot S3 1 ; 
thence south 40 chains, west SO chains, north GO 
chains, more or less, to river ; tlienco easterly up- 
stream to point of commencement; containing 420 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS ALLISON E. FAWCET'r. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Quefn Ciiari.ottk 1 stands. 

T ake notice that Clarissa Merrill, of Van- 
couver. B.C.. housewife, intends to apply for 
liermission to purchasi' the following descrihed 
lands; — Commencing at a jiost i)lant(‘d about 
twelve mih'S east and nine mih'S south from the 
south-east corner of Inilian R('S('rve No. 11, 
Oraham Island; thence SO chains north; thence SO 
chains west; thence SO chains south; thence SO 
chains (>ast to place of commencement; containing 
GID acres. 

Dat('d .Tanuary Ist, 1912. 

CLARISSA MERRILL. 

feS Roiikrt Cross. Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Ciiari.otte Lstanps. 

T ake notice that w. r. oi nsscock, of Mis- 
soula. Mr)ntaua. real ('state, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following (h'seribed 
lands: — Commencing at a i)ost planted about 
twelve miles east and nine miles soutb from the 


south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, 
Oraham Island; thence SO chains north; thence SO 
chains east ; thence 80 chains south ; thence 80 
chains west to place of commencement ; containing 
G40 acres. 

Dated January 2nd, 1912. 

W. R. GLASSCOCK. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ernest Lofquist, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., clerk, intend to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about 40 
chains west from the north-west corner of Lot 
oGO ; thence east 40 chains to the north-west corner 
of Lot 750 ; thence south SO chains, west 40 chains, 
north SO chains to point of commencement ; con- 
taining 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS ERNEST LOFQUIST. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, William Eakin, of 
Ootsa Lake, B.C., rancher, intend to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post plantd SO chains 
west from the south-west corner of Imt 748 ; thence 
east SO chains to the south-west corner of Lot 748 ; 
thence north 80 chains, west SO chains, south SO 
chains to point of commencement ; containing G40 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS IVILLIAM EAKIN. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Robert IMcDonald, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., prospector, intend to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted GO chains 
easterly from the north-east corner of Lot S37 ; 
thence south 40 chains, cast 80 chains, north 40 
chains, west SO chains to point of commencement ; 
containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS ROBERT McDONALD. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Robert MacKay, of 
Ilazelton. B.C., steam-shovel man, intend to 
ai)i)ly for permission to purchase the following 
(h'seribed lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
SO chains west from the south-west cormn- of Lot 
74S ; tlu'uee south SO chains, east SO chains to the 
south-west corner of Lot 749; thence north SO 
ebains, west SO chains to point of commencement; 
Containing G40 acres, more or loss. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
feS ROBERT McKAY. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that I, William Go.snoll, of 
\'aneouver, B.C.. butcher, intend to ajiply 
for permission to purchase the following dc'seribed 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted GO chains 
cast from the north-east corner of Lot 837, District 
of t'assiar, and 20 chams east from the north-east 
corner of Pre-emption Record 124 ; thence south GO 
chains, west 80 chains, north 40 chains, east 20 
chains, south 20 chains, east 40 chains, north 40 
chains, east 20 chains to point of commencement: 
containing 2S0 acres, more or less. 

Dat('d January 11th, 1912. 
feS WILLIAM GOSNELL. 


11 .‘57 


Fkhiu AKV lili.Ni), 'I'lllO UIvl'l'ISII (’()lil .MIMA ( I AZI'i Ml I'^. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKKK.NW l..V.\l> niS'l'KICl’. 


nisTKicr Dh’ <^)ri'.i:N (’haki.ottk Isi.am).'-'. 
ri'^.Vlvl'; .NO'I'lCl'; tlmt William Md^^alfy- N’mi- 
1 cimvcr, It.C,, salasiiiaii, intciiils lo apiily iKr 
in'i'iiiisisioii to luu'fhasf llic rollowiiif? ilcsfrihial 
lands; ( '(nii'iiu'iiciii^' al a po.si plaiili'il aliuiil iiini' 
mill's la.st and. I'mir miles smilli I'rom llie soiilh-easl 
I'lniier nf Imliiaii Iteserve .\o. 11, (li’almm Island; 
tlienee SO chains iiurlh; thence SO chains west; 
thence Sit chains south; thence SO chains east lo 
place of comimeiicement ; containin;; leiO acres. 

Itated January 2nd. 1012. 

Wll.l.l.V.M EDtlKl.EV. 

feS Uoi’.KKT Cuo.s.s, A (/cut. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


I)I-ST1!ICT OK (^UKK.N ('ll A KI.O'nK l.SI.AMl.s. 
r’ll.VlvlO NOTICE that Elisabeth Whitecros. of 
. 1 . Vancouver, ICC., widow, intends to apply for 
permission lo purchase the followin;; described 
lands: — Commencing at a iio.st planted about, nine 
iiuiles east and' four miles south froin the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Craham Island; 
thence SO chains south; thence SO chains west; 
■thence SO chains north ; thence SO chains east to 
place of coni'ineii'cemenl ; coniainin;; 010 acres. 

Dated January 2nd. 1012. 

E L I S A R ET 1 1 Will TE C R O S . 
feS Rouku'I’ Citos.s, Afjcnt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


DusTificT OF Queen Charlotte Islano.s. 

T ake notice that John Scott, of Vancouver, 
B.C., salesman, intends to apply for permds- 
siou to purchase the following de-scribed lauds: — 
Commencing at a post planted about seven miles 
east and four miles south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
thence SO chains south; thence SO chains west; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chain.s ca.st to 
place of comimencrmeut ; containing 040 acres. 
Dated January 3rd, 1012. 

JOHN SCOTT. 

feS IlOBEUT CRO.S.S, Af/ent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

ril.VKE NOTICE that Robert Patterson, of Van- 
1 . couver, B.C.. salesman, intends to apply for 
])ermission to purchase the following described 
landy: — ^Commencing at a post planted about the 
north-west angle of Lot 173; thence east 40 chains; 
thence south (i!> chains; thence west SO chains; 
thence north 40 chains; thence east 40 chains; 
thence north 20 chains to point of commencement ; 
400 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 10th. 101,1. 
feS ROBERT PATTERSON. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rnAKE NOTICE that Cal Rodenberger, of Van- 
JL couver, B.C., engineer, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted about 100 
chains south of the north-west angle of Lot 173 ; 
thence east 30 chaing; thence south SO chains; 
thence wes't 30 chains; thence north SO chains; 
240 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS CAL RODENBERGER. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Fitzhugh J. O’Fallion. of 
Vancouver, B.C., merchant, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted about seven 
miles east and four miles south from the south- 


I list corner of Indian Re.servc .No. II, Giahani 
Idand; thence .SO chains north; llicnce .''It chains 
east; theiu-' .‘■JO chains south; thence SO chain.s 
west lo jilace of coinineneenieni ; containing (il<l 
acres. 

Dated .lanuaiy 3rd, 1912. 

FIT/IILGII J. D’FALLDN. 
f,.,S RoiiKU'f Cuo.ss, A(j(iit. 


SKEENA LAND DlS'l'llICT. 

DlSTRJCT of (pEEN ('ll ARI.OTTE LSJ.AND.V. 
rp.\KE NO'I'ICE (hat Oscar .M. Blown, of Van- 
1 couver, B.C., salesman, inteiidis to aiiidy fur 
pci-missiion lo purclia.-JC the fidlowing described 
landls; — Coinniencing al a iiost idaiiled about seven 
miles ea'>t and four niile.s south from the south-east 
corner O'! Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
ihi'iice Si) chains north; thence KO chains west; 
(hence SO chains south; thence ,S(J cliainy ia.-"l, lo 
place of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 

Dated January 3rd, 1912. 

OSCAR .M. BROWN. 

feS RoiiitRT Cro.ss, A<jcnt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict OF (R:een Chari.otte Lsi.anu.s. 
rnAKE NOTICE that Walter Wilson, of Vancou- 
I ver, B.C., butcher, intends to aiijily for jier- 
mission to jnirehase the following described' lainls : 
Commencing at a ]ios( planted about si'ven miles 
east and two .miles .'■oulh from I he soul h-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11., Graham Island; thence 
.SO cliains north ; thence .SO chain.s west ; (hence 
,‘'0 chains south; thence .SO chains east to place of 
commencement; containing (HP acres. 

Dated January 3rd, 1912. 

WALTER WILSON. 

feS Robert Cro.s.s, Arjent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (^ueen Charlotte Lsland.s. 

T AKE NOTICE that Ilarrj’ A. Woodrum, of 
Vancouver, B.C., salesman, iutendu to ajiply 
for permission lo inirchase the following de.scribed 
laiuls : — Commencing at a post planted about -S'cven 
miley cast and two mile.s south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve .No. 11, Graham Island ; 
thence south .'''() chains; thence east .SP chains; 
(hence north .SO chain.s; thence west .SO chains to 
place of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 
Dated; January 3rd, 1912. 

HARRY A. WOODRU.M. 
feS Robert Cro.ss, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
ril .\KE NOTICE (hat Theone Gauge, of Liiulsay, 
1. California, U.S..\., widow, intends to ajhpiy 
for permission t.o purchas’e the following described 
lands Commencing at a post planted about seven 
miles eas't and four miles south from the south-east 
corner oif Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
thence SO chains south ; thence SP chains east ; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains west to 
place of commencement ; containing G40 acres. 

Dated January 3rd, 1912. 

THEONE GANGE. 

Robert Cross, Agent. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

m.\KE NOTICE that James Grout, of Vancou- 
1 - ver, B.C., logger, intends to a.pply for permis- 
sion to purchase the following described land< • 
Commencing at a post planted about 80 chains wc.st 
chains south of a north-west angle of Lot 
lio; thence west SO chains to Lot 173; thence 
south SO chains; thence east SO chains; thence 
noitli bO chains lo point of commencement' (‘40 
acres, m'ore or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 

JAMES GROUT. 


THE BEITISII COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEEXA TAXD DISTIllCT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Clnistiua Orr. of Mas.set, 
B.C., married', intends to apply for permis- 
.sion to purchase the following- described lam’s : — 
Commencing at a post planted about eight miles 
east and ten miles sontli from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Island : thence 
80 chains south: thence 80 chains east; thence 80 
chains north ; thence SO chains west to place of 
commencement ; containing (!40 acres. 

Dated December 3Ist, 1011. 

CHRISTINA ORR. 

feS Robert Cross, Ageni. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


D1.STRICT OF Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that W. W. ’^Valker, of Esthcr- 
ville, lo-wa. banker, intends to apply for per- 
luiission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about ten miles east 
and ten miles south from the smith-east corner of 
Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island: thence SO 
chains north: thence SO chains east; thence SO 
chains south ; thence 80 chains' west to place of 
commencement ; containing 040 acres. 

Dated' December 31st, 1911. 

W. W. WALKER. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp AKE NOTICE that W. E. Weltmau. of Mis- 
JL soula, Mont., retired, intends to apply for 
permis'sion to purchase the following described 
lands-: — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
miles east and ten miles south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island ; 
thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains west; 
thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains east to 
place of commencement; containing 040 acres. 

Dated December 31st. 1911. 

W. E. WELTMAN. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rurert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Joseph Divid, of Vancoii- 
1_ ver, B.C., contractor, intends to apply for 
permisision to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about SO 
chaims cast and 30 chains south of a north-west 
angle of Lot 173; thence east 80 chains; thence 
south SO chains; thence w(‘st SO cha.ins ; theiu-i 
north 80 chains to point of commencenu iit ; con- 
taining (i40 acres’, more or less. 

Dated December 20lh, 1911. 
feS JOSEBII DAVID. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Anna Rodenberger. of 
I Vancouver. B.C.. housekeeiier. intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted about SO 
chaiim east and 20 chains south of a north-we''l 
angle of I>ot 173. more or lcs«; thenee north 20 
chains, more or les’s, to Lot 173; thence east 80 
chains; thence south 20 chains, more or less; thence 
west SO cha.ins to point of commencement. 

Dated December 20th, Dll. 
feS ANNA RODENBERGER. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (}ueen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that W. O. Peters, of Van- 
I couver, B.C., broker, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted) about nine miles 


east and. two miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island ; thence 
south 84) chains ; thence west '80 chains ; thence 
north SO chains ; thence east SO chains to place 
of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January 3rd, 1912. 

W. O. PETERS. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Island, s. 
ri^ AKE NOTICE that IMaurice Horton, of l’’an- 
.L couver, B.C., janitor, intendg to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described' lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about seven miles 
east and two miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island ; thence 
80 chains north ; thence SO chain.s east ; thence 
SO chains south ; thence SO chains west to place 
of commencemieut : containing 640 acres. 

Da, ted January 3rd, 1912. 

MAURICE HORTON. 

feS Robert Cross. Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Lotta M. Harrington, of 
Vancouver. B.C.. book-keeper, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
miles east and ten miles south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
thence SO chains pouth ; thence SO chains west ; 
thence SO chains north ; thence SO chains east to 
place of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 
Dated' December 31st. 1911. 

LOTTA M. HARRINGTON. 
feS Robert Cros,s, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Ruth Lyons, of Sterling, 
Kan.«'as. editor, intends to apply for permis- 
sion to purchase the following described' lands: — 
■CommenciDg at a post planted about ten miles east 
and twelve miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Island ; thence 
SO chains north ; thence SO chains west ; thence SO 
chains south; thence SO chains cast to place of 
commencement; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January 1st, 1912. 

RUTH LYONS. 

feS Robert Cross, .Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

Dlstrict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
fpiAKE NOTK'E that Miner Converse, of Pea- 
1 bnd_\\ Kamsas, farmer, intends to aiiply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post iilanted about nine 
mili'.s east and twidve mih's .south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island: thence •'’^0 chains .south; thence SO chains 
east ; thence SO chains north ; thence SO chains 
west to idace of commencement ; containing 640 
acres. 

Dated' December 31st. 1911. 

MINER CONVERSE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rp AKE NOl'ICE that B. R. Cole, of Missoula, 
Alont., broker, intendls to aiiply for iiermisision 
to purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a iiost jdanted about nine miles east 
and twelve miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; thence 
80 chains south ; thence SO chains west ; thence 
SO chains north; thence 80 chains eas-t to place 
of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated December 31st, 1911. 

B. R. COLE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES 


LAND NOTICES. 

SKKKNA I.AM) DISritKT. 


SKKKNA l.AM) DlS'rUlC'r. 

DiSTUIC'T ok (^UKKN ('llAKI.OITK Isi.ANDS. 

NO'l'lClO lliiit L. !<;. Slt'iilii'iis, of .Mis- 
I soiilii, .Moiil., Hill i‘sl!ili‘, iiili'inis lo 

for i)iTiiiir<sii)ii lo iHiri'liasi' tli(“ following: th'Sfrihcd 
laiuis; ( 'oiiMiiciioiiij; at a post plaiilcd about idKbl 
mill's oast and twoive milos soiiili from the soulli- 
oarJl I'onior of Indian Kosoivo No. 11 , (lialiain 
Island; ilionoo SO oliains iiortli ; tlionce SO cliains 
east ; llienee SO oliains sontli ; tlionce St> cliains 
west to place of coinmencement ; conlaining 040 
acri'6. 

Dated' December 31st, 1011. 

L. 10 . STIOl-IlIONS. 

feS UoitKtiT Cuo.ss, Agent. 


SKIOIONA LAND DISTUICT. 

DtSTUICT OK Ql'KK.N t'jl Alll.OTTIO ISI.AND.S. 

rpAKIO NOTICE that K. 1’. Cameron, of .Mis- 
X soiila, Mont., broker, inteiul^s to aiiply for 
permission to purchase the followiiift described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
imiles east anil twelve miles south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Iteserve No. 11. (Jraliam 
Island; thence SO chains north; thence SO chains 
west; thence SO chains south; thence SO chains 
east to place of commencement ; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated December olst, 1011. 

B. B. CAMKKON. 

feS Koukut Ckoss, .\gcnt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


D1.STRICT OK Queen Ciiaui.otte Isi.and.s. 
ri’IAKE NOTICE that F. 11. Elmore, of iNIissouIa, 
L Mont., banker, intends to apply for permis- 
sion to ptirchase the following described' lands: — 
Commencing at a post planted about eight miles 
east and ten miles south from the s?outh-PiUst corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11. (Jrahain Island; thence 
M) chains north; thence 80 chains cast; thence 80 
chains south ; thence SO chains west to place of 
commencement ; containing 040 acres. 

Dated' December 31st, 1011. 

F. 11. ELMORE. 

feS Robekt CRO.SS, .\gcnt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Horace 1’. Curtis, of Van- 
X couver, B.C., carpenter, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about twelve 
miles east and' two miles and a half north from 
the south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. 
Graham Island ; thence SO chains south ; thence 
SO chains west ; thence 80 chains north ; thence 
SO chains east to place of commencement ; contain- 
ing 040 acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

HORACE P. CURTIS. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that Otto Markovv, of Vaneou- 
X ver, B.C., broker, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted about twelve miles 
east and two miles and a half north from the sioiith- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island; thence SO chains south; thence SO chains 
east ; thence SO chains north ; thence 80 chains 
wesit to place of commencement ; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

OTTO MARKOW. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


DlS'Ililcr OK (JUKKN ('ll ARI.OITE ISI.AND.S. 
rp.\KE NO'l'K'E lhal .Millie lleleiia Ciirlis, of 
1 I'aucouver, B.C., spiii.sler, iiilciids lo apidy 
for permission lo )iureha>»e I he lollou iiig di'seribed 
lands: ( 'omnn'iicing a I a po.sl pinnied aboiil twelve* 

miles east and two miles and a half norih from 
the soulh-casi corner of Indian Res'^rve No. 11, 
Graham island; Ihence east ,S() ehaiu>’, inori' 01 
less, to shore; thenec norib SO chains along >hore; 
Ihence we.st 80 chains, more or les.s ; ihi'iice soiilli 
SO chains lo place of coinineiicemenl ; ciiilaiiiing 
(ill) acris. more or less. 

Dull'd .January ."ilh, 1912. 

.MITTIE HELENA CUItTlS. 
feS Robert Cro.s.s, .\g< nt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

Di.strict ok (Jueen Ciiari.otte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that Sydney P. Curtis, of \'an- 
X couver, B.C., clerk, intends lo apjdy for iiei- 
inission lo purchase the following described lainls : 
Commencing at a jiost jilanled about twelvi* miles 
east and two miles and a half norih from the .soiilh- 
easi corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
lulandi; Ihence SO chains norih; Ihenci* 80 chains 
west; Ihence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains 
east lo place of commencement ; coniaining 040 
acres. 

Dated January 4th, lt)12. 

SYDNEY P. CURTIS. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp .VKE NGTICE that W'ni. B. Montgomery, of 
JL I'aneouver, B.C., tradesman, intends lo apply 
for permission to purchase the following de.scribed 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about eleven 
miles east and four miles and a half norih fi om 
the soutli-east corner of Indian Reserve No. II. 
Graham Island, on shore north-west of entrance to 
.Ma.sset Inlet; Ihence south 80 chains, more or less; 
Ihence east 80 chains; Ihence north 00 chains, 
more or less; thence westerly along shore lo placi 
of commencement ; containing 480 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated January 5th. 1912. 

W’M. B. MONTGO.MERY. 
ft'S Robert Cro.s.s, .\genl. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (Jueen Charlotte Lsi.ands. 
rpAKE NOTICE 'that Myrne .1. Converse, of Mis- 
1 - .soula, Montana, spinster, intends lo apply for 
permission lo purchase the following diesc’ribed 
lands : — Commencing ait a post planted about eleven 
miles easrt and twelve miles south from the souih- 
easit comer of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island; Ihence SO chain.*-’ south; thence 80 chains 
west ; Ihence SO chains north ; thence SO chains east 
to place of commencemeul ; ooiutaining 040 acres. 

Daled January 1st, 1912. 

-^iYRNE J. COXVERSE. 

Robert Cross, Agent. 

SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


i 1 ivlCy 1 






» 1 i r-. 




rp AKE NOTICE that Nora Keenan, of Dsther- 
-L ville, Iowa, widiow, intends to apply for per- 
imssion to purchase the following describwl lands • 
Commencing at a pos-t planted about twelve miles 
eas’t and elevra miles south from the sxn.th-east 
coiner of Indian Les'erve No. 11, Graham Island- 
hence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains ea«t ■ 
thence 80 chains north ; thence SO chains west to 
place of commencement; containing 040 acre^ 
Da'ted January 1st, 1912. 

, NORA KEENAN. 

Robert Cross, Agent. 


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THE EKlTlSll COLUMBIA GAZETTJL [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEENA I.AXD DISTRICT. 


District oi’ Quken Charlotte Islands. 
rPAKE NOTICE (ha't Cora .1. Couverse, of Mis- 
L soula, Moniaua. real esitale, iinleiidy to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds: — Cominencrag at a post planted about twelve 
milts east and twelve miles' south from 'the south- 
eas't corner of Indian lies'erve No. 11, Graham 
Island; thence SO chains south; thence SO chains 
west ; thence SO chaiiiiis north ; 'thence SO chains 
east to place of commencement ; couitaining GIO 
acres. 

Baled January 1st, 1012. 

CORA J. CONVERSE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District oe Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp AKE NOTICE that ‘Reed* S. Lyons, of Sterling. 
JL Kansas, editor, mttends to a'i)ply for permis- 
sion to purchase 'the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post plauled; abi^ui ten miles east 
and twelve miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Resei'Ye No. 11, Graham Island'; thence 
SO chains uoilh ; ithence SO cluiins east ; thence SO 
chains south ; thence SO chains west to place of 
commencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January 1st, 1012. 

REED S. LYONS. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rilAKE NOTICE that Richard B. Johnson, of 
L Vancouver, B.C., manufacturer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
de.scribed lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
about eleven miles east and' four miles and a half 
north from the south-east corner of Indian Reserve 
.\o. 11. Graham Island, on shore north-west of 
entrance to llasset Inlet; thence south SO chains; 
thence west SO chains; thence north SO chains; 
thence east SO chains to place of commencement ; 
containing 640 acres. 

D.ateO January Oth. 1012. 

RICHARD B. JOHNSON. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rn.VKE NOTICE that Margaret Thicke. of Lady- 
smith, B.C., married, intends to apply for jier- 
mission to purchase the following des’cribed lands: 
( 'oiuimencing at a post jdanled about twelve milics 
east and four miles' nortli from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island, 
on. shore north-west of entrance to llasset Inlet; 
thence south It) chains, more or less; thence cast 
41) cliains. more or less to shore; thence north-west 
along shore In jilace of commencement; containing 
160 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 5th, 1912. 

MARGARET THICKE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
ril.VKE NOTICE that M. S. .Marshall, of Van- 
1 couver. B.C.. shoemaker, intends to apply for 
liermissLon to imrehas'e the following described 
lands: — Cmumencing at a post i)lanle<l about ten 
miles east anil four miles north from I he soiit h-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
thence south SO chains; thence west SO chains; 
thence north SO chains; thence east 80 chains to 
place of coimmencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January 5th, 1012. 

M. S. MARSHALL. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rn AKE NOTICE that Louis Bariceher, of Van- 
couver, B.C., shoemaker, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Com.meucing at a 'post planted about ten 
mile.s east and four miles and a half north from 
the south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, 
Graham Island, on shore north-west of entrance to 
Mas.'aet Inlet; thence south SO chains, more or less; 
thence west SO chains ; thence north SO chains, more 
or less; thence east along shore to place of com- 
mencement ; containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 5th, 1912. 

LOUIS BARICEHER. 

feS ^ Robert Cross, Agent. 

SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp AKE NOTICE that Elizabeth Heelman, of 
Vancouver, B.C., married, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
laiidis : — Comme'nci'ng at 'a posit plain'ted about ten 
miles east and four miles and a half north from 
the south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, 
Graham Island, on shore north-west of entrance to 
Masset Inlet; thence south 40 chains, more or less; 
thence east SO chains, more or less, to shore ; thence 
north-westerly along shore to place of commence- 
ment ; containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 5th, 1912. 

ELIZABETH HEELMAN. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that G. C. ra.rker, of Vancou- 
ver, B.C.. adivertiser, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following diescribed lands : 
Commencing alt a post planted about eleven miles 
east and two miles’ s'outh from 'the soirth-easit corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island ; thence 
SO chains south; thence SO chains west; thence SO 
chains north ; thence SO chains east to place of 
commencement ; containing 640 acre>. 

Dated January 3rd, 1912. 

G. C. RARKER. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTTCE that Edwaird Sondheim, of Van- 
1 couver, B.C., advertisier, intends to apply for 
permiiss'ion to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted almut nine 
miles east and two miles south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island: 
thence SO chains' south; thence SO chains east; 
thence SO chains north ; thence 80 chains west to 
place of commencemen't : containing 640 acres. 

Dated .Tanuary 3rd, 1912. 

EDWARD SONDHEIM. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Howard K. Butcher, of 
1 Vancouver, B.C.. engineer, intends to apply 
for permission to purclmse the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a po.-’; planted about eleven 
miles easl and two miles south fiom the south-east 
corner 'of Indian Reserve No. 11, Gra'ham Island ; 
thence s'outh SO chains; thence east SO chains; 
thence north SO chainsi; thence west SO chains to 
place of commencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January 3rd, 1912. 

HOWARD K. DUTCIIER. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


Fkimuiauy I!»r2.] TIIIO lilHTISlI (’OI.I MIMA (lAZICTTi: 


1 MI 


LAND NOTICES. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKIOKN.V I.AXn DIS’l'KIC'r. 

DisTitUT OK (Jt:i:i:.\ ( ’ii Aui.onr; Isi.ands. 
TMAIvIO N'D'I'K’IO (Imt 1''i'iiiums N. ■lack'^oii, of \'iui- 
I coiniT, H.l'., liook-kcrin'r, iiilciiuK to Jipitl.v for 
l)criius»sioii to piiroliii'Jc I lie following; (Icucribcd 
lunds : ( 'onunciiciiif; ill 'ii [lo.-it pliMili'di iilxiiit iiiiic 

mill's cast and one mile simiiIi from 'the suiilli-easi 
corner of Indian Uc>'crvc Xo. II, (Iraliam Island; 
llicncc SO chains .s-oiiitli; lliciice SO chains ca^'t ; 
thence SO chains north; Ihence SO chains west to 
place of commencemenl ; coirlainin}' (MO acres. 

D.iIihI .lanmairy 4th, 1012. 

FRAX(’IS X. .TACKSMX. 
fe.S UoBKKT Cko.ss, Agent. 


S K E E X A r.A X I ) D I ST I i I CT. 


Dl, STRICT OF QUKEN ClIAKI-OTTK ISI.AND.S. 
ri'IAKE XOTICE thaT Ormond Stilt, of Vancon- 
i ver, eiiKineer, intends .to njiiily for per- 

mission to purchase the followin.a; described lands : 
(.'ommeiicinu: at a jmsit plantc'd about nine miles eas'l 
and one mil'e south from the south-east c'orner of 
Indian Reserve X'o. 11, (Iraham Islandi; thence SO 
chains sonlh; thence .SO cluaiins west; thence SO 
chains rvorlh ; thence SO chains east to place of 
commencement ; containiiiiff 040 acres. 

Dated Jannary 4'th, 1012. 

OR.MOXD STITT. 

feS Robert Cro.ss, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXT) DISTRICT. 


DESTRICT of tiUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS. 

rilAKE XOTICE that R. L. Dent, of Vancouver. 

1 B.C., pressman, intends to apply for permi;>- 

sioTi to itnrchaise the followins: described lands : 
Commencing: at a post planted about nine miles east 
and one mile iioiHh from the south-east corner of 
Indian Reserve X'o. 11, (iraham Island ; 'thence SO 
chains south ; tlvence SO chains east ; thence SO 
chains north ; thence SO chiains west to place of 
commencement ; containing 640 acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1012. 

R. L. DEXT. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE XOTICE that Jameg II. .Murie, of Van- 
1. couver, B.C., publisher, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — ^Commencing at a post planted about nine 
miles east and one mile south 'of the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham Isiland ; 
thence SO chains north ; thence .SO chains east ; 
thence .SO chains south ; thence SO chains west to 
place of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

JAMES H. ISIURIE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


ALBERXI LAXD DISTRICT. 


SKEEXA LAXD DlS'l'RfGT. 

District ok (Juken ( hi aicloite Ihland.s. 

rn AKE .XdTlGE thal R. C. Fleming, of I'anemi- 
1 ver. B.C.. prinler, inlendis to a|i|dy for jier- 
missiim to purchase the following du'sciibed laiidg; 
( 'ommene.ing at a jMis'l plaieled aboiiit s'ci eii miles 
eas’l and one mile norih from the south-east eoriier 
of In liaii Reserve X'o. 11, (iiaham LlamI ; Iheiiee 
.Ml chains south; thence .SO ehaiii.'j west ; thence .SO 
chains north; thence .SO <.hains ea.st to |dace of 
commencement ; containing (MO acres. 

Da.lcd January .9th, 1912. 

R. C. FLE.MIXG. 

feS Robert Cros.s, Agent 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRK’T. 

District ok (.Iueen ('iiarlotte Islands. 

T .VKE XO'I'ICE that Zaeh. h'. Iliekman, of 
I'anconver, B.(’., lU'inter, intends to apjily 
for permis'sion to purchase the following described 
lauds: — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
miles east and two miles north from the south- 
east Corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence SO chains south ; thence .SO chains 
west; theiH-e .SO chains north; thence .SO chains 
east to jilaec of i-ommeneement ; i-ontaining 640 
acres. 

Dated January fith, 1912. 

ZACII. F. IIICKM.VX. 

feS Robert Cr')S.s. Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of (^ueen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake XOTICE that a. Fraser Reid, of Van- 
couver, B.(’., printer, intends to aiiply for 
permission to imrehase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post idanted about eight 
miles east and two miles north from the south- 
east Corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11. Graham 
Island; thence south .SO chains; thence east SO 
chains; thence north .SO chains; thence west .SO 
chains to place of commencement; containing 640 
acres. 

D'atod January .nth, 1912. 

A. FRASER REID. 

fe.S ItOBERT Cro,s.s. .Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake XOTICE that R'obert E. McLin, of A'an- 
couver. B.C.. bookbinder, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post idanted about seven 
miles east and two miles north from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence SO chains north ; thence .SO chains 
west ; thence SO chains south ; thence SO chains 
east to place of commencement ; containing 640 
acres. 

Dated .January .'Ith, 1912. 

ROBERT E. -MoLIX. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


District of Rupert. 

T .VKE XOTICE that Peter Cameron, of Van- 
couver, B.C., hotel clerk, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following descrihed 
lands: — ‘Commencing at a post planted' about 160 
chains east of a north-west angle of Lot 17.3; 
thence east .90 chains to north-east angle of Lot 
173; thence south 20 chains to south-east angle of 
Lot 173; thence west 20 chains; thence south 40 
chains to south-west corner of Lot 17.3; thence west 
20 chains; thence south 20 chains; thence west 10 
chains, more or less ; thence north 80 chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 240 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS PETER CAMEROX. 


SKEEXA I.AXD DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Island.s. 
r 1 1 AKE XOTICE that Marshall D. Buchanan, 
-L of Vancouver, B.C., printer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
about seven miles east and two miles north from 
the south-east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11. 
Graharn Island; thence .80 chains south; thence 
SO chains west ; thence 80 chains north ; thence 
80 chains east to place of commencement; con- 
taining 640 acres. 

Dated January .5th, 1912. 

MARSHALL D. BIJCIIAXAX. 

Robert Cross, . Agent . 


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TJ.'I-: in^lTISn COLUIMBIA gazette. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.^trtct of Queen Ciiareotte Isi.ands. 
'MAKE NOTICE that II. T. Stephens, of Van- 
l couver, B.C.. printer, irilends to apply for 
permission to ptirchn.se the followina; diescribed 
lands: — Ccninn neins a't a post 'plau;ed aboivt nine 
mih's eas’t and one mile north from the so-nlh-eas't 
corner of Indian Ke.'^arve No. HI, (iraham Island; 
thence SO chains’ south ; thence SO chains west ; 
thence SO chains north : thence SO cliains cast to 
the place of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 
Dated .lannary 4lh, 1012. 

II. T. STEPIIEX.S. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Ciiareotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that C. A. Evans, of Yancon- 
JL ver, B.C.. printer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described' lands : 
Commencing at a posit planted about seven miles 
east and one mile north from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Island ; thence 
SO chains’ south; thence SO chains east; thence SO 
chains north ; thence SO chains west to place of 
commencement ; containing 040 acres. 

Dated January Sth, 1912. 

C. A. EVANS. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Eon-est Latibach, of l^an- 
coiiver. B.C., press-feeder, intends to apply 
fur permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
miles east and two miles north from the south- 
east cornel' of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
Island : thence SO chains north ; thence SO chains 
east : thence SO chains south ; thence 80 chains 
we.st to place of commencement; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1012. 

FORREST LAUBACII. 

f(S Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA I.AND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T .VKE NO'FICE timt J. .1. Blenning, of Van- 
coiiver, B.C., printer, intends to apply for 
permission to iiui'chase tlie following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
mills east and two mih's north from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island : thence SO chains noi'tli ; thence SO idiains 
west: thence SO chains south; thence SO chains 
cast to i)lace of commenci'ment ; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated .lannary .^)th, 1012. 

J. ,1. BLENNING. 

feS RniiERT Cross, .Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

DisTtticT OF (Biffn Charlotte Islands. 
rriAKE NOl’ICE that A. Toms, of Vancouver, 
-L B.U., formnan. intends to appl.v for per- 
■sis.iii t I purihase the following described lands: 
"inicncing at a post yilanted about ten miles 
'ist and two miles and a half north from 
O e siiith-iast Corner of Indian Resiu've No. 11. 
Li’al'ain Island; thence SO chains north; thence 
■-') chains west; thence SO idiains south; thence 
'■H chains eai;t to jdace of commencement; con- 
'a'ning t) 40 acres. 

'•ated .lannary 4th, 1012. 

A. TOMS. 

f'B RoBEitT Cross, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Robert D. Freeman, of 
Vancouver, B.C., press-feeder, intends to 
npi)]y for permission to purchase the following 
de.scribed lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
about ten miles east and two miles and a half 
north from the south-east corner of Indian Reserve 
No. 11, Graham Island ; thence 80 chains south ; 
thence 80 chains east ; thence 80 chains north ; 
thence SO chains west to place of commencement ; 
containing 040 acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

ROBERT D. FREEAIAN. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that L. C. Updike, of Van- 
couver, B.C., pressman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles east and two miles and a half north of the 
south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, 
Graham Island ; thence 80 chains south ; thence 
SO chains west; thence SO chains north; thence 
80 chains east to place of commencement ; con- 
taining 040 acres. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

L. C. UPDIKE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that George Schumacher, of 
Vancouver, B.C., chemist, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds; — Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles east and two miles and a half north of the 
south-east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, 
Graham Island; thence 80 chains north; thence 
so chains east; thence 80 chains south; thence 
80 chains west to place of commencement ; con- 
taining 040 acres. 

Dated .lanuary 4th, 1912. 

GEORGE SCHUMACHER. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Isi.ands. 

T ake notice llmt Fay F. Con verse, of Esfher- 
ville, Iowa, spinster, intends to apply for per- 
mi.ssion to purchas’e tlie following described lands: 
Commencing at a post plamted about twelve miles 
east and eleven miles soutli from the siouth-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island; 
thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains west; 
thence SO chains north; thence ,80 chains east to 
place of commencement: containing G40 acres'. 

Dated .lannary 1st, 1912. 

FAY F. CONVERSE. 

ft's Robert Cross, Agetit. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that L. Rmce Converce, of Mis- 
6>on!a. Montana, real esitate, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following describe<l 
lands: — Commeneing at a post plantedi about twelve 
miles east and' twelve miles s’outh from the south- 
east corner of Ind'ian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island; thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains 
ea.st ; thence 80 chains north ; thence 80 chains west 
to place of commencement; containing 040 acres. 
Da'ted January 1st, 1912. 

L. BRUCE CONVERSE. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 




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TIIIO niilTISIl (’OI.r.MHIA 


(lAZIOTTIO. 


LAND NOTICES. 

O.Ml.N’Kl’A l,ANI» DlSI'KIC'r. 

1 UsTKicr <>i' ( 'assiah. 

rpAKIO N’OTK'K Hint .). \V. llnllidny, of Ilir/cl- 
-L Ion, ciif^inncr. inlciids to ni>|dy for iiorinissioii 
to piirclinso tiu' I'ollowin.i; doscrilii'd Innds: Coni- 
nii'iicinu nl n post planted at tlio soiit li-cnsl corniT 
of l.ot SlU. Cassinr; tlifiico iiortli NO clia'ms, <‘nst 
SO clinins, south SO clinins, west SO cliains to point 
of conuncnccincnt ; fontniniiiK O-IO acres, more or 
less. 

Hated .lannary (!lli, 1012. 
ja2r) .T, W, IIALLIDAY. 


(KMINKCA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.sthict ok Cah,siak. 

T ake XO'riClO that Edward Hriekeiidmi, of 
llazelton, rancher, intends to apply for [lor- 
mission to purchase the followin'; (h'scrihral lands: 
Coniinencins at a [lost planted at tin* north-east 
corner of Lot Sll, Cassi ir; thence east SO chains, 
south SO chains, west SO chains, nortli SO chains 
to jioint of coinmencement ; containing 040 aci'os, 
more or less. 

Dated .Taminry (ith, 1!)]2. 

EDW A It I ) R U I CK EXI )EX. 
ja25 J. \V. llAi.i.iDAY, Agent. 


OAIIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District ok Cassiar. 

T ake notice that Ceorge T. Stewart, of 
llazelton, engineer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the fidlowing described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east 
corner of Lot 813, Cassiar; thence north SO chains, 
east SO chains, south SO chains, west SO chains 
to point of commencement ; containing 040 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated January 10th, 1012. 

CEORCE T. STEWART. 

J t25 J. W. Hakkiday, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that John McLeod, of llazel- 
ton, contractor, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east 
corner of Lot S13, Cassiar ; thence east SO chains, 
south SO chains, west SO chains, north SO chains 
to point of commencement: containing 040 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated January IGth, 1912. 

JOHN AfcLEOD. 

j‘T25 J. W. IIai.i.iday, Agent. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that Alexander INIcKenzie, of 
llazelton, timekeeper, intends to apply for 
Ijermission to purchase the following described 
lands :— Commencing at a post planted ' at the 
south-east corner of Lot S13, Cassiar; thence west 
80 chains, south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north 
80 chains to iioint of commencement; containing 
040 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 16th. 1912. 

ALEXANDER McKENZIE. 
Ja25 J. W. IIalliday, Agent. 

OAIINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that Robert Rice, of llazelton, 
timekeeper, intends to afiply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted three-cpiarters of a mile 
west of iMcKenzie's lot and next to the reservation 
post situated SO chains south and GO chains west 
of the south-west corner 813, Cassiar : thence east 

8 


.'■II chains, north SI) ilorins, west 2il chains to 
I’csei'N a I ion line; thence lollowing reservation line 
to point of comnic'ncemenl ; containing 320 acres, 
more or h-ss. 

D.aird .lannary IGih, 1912. 

ROREirr RICE. 

jM2."> J. N''- 1 1 ai.i.ipay. Agent. 


D.MINECA LAND DLS'I'RIC'!’. 


I tlKTRICT OF CAHSIAR. 

rp.VKE NOTICE that Raymond Tottenham, of 
-L llaz.-'Iton, engimsu’, intends to apply for i)er- 
mission to imrchase the followin.g described lands: 
Commencing at a iiost planted on the east bank 
of the Kitseukla Rivi'r, and near the east line of 
Meldier's purchase, and about oik' mile and a half 
from month Kitseukla Rivei-; |henc(‘ east SO chains, 
iioi’th SO chains, west 80 chains, south SO chains 
to i)oinl of commencement ; containing G40 aci'es, 
more or less. 

D.'ited .lannary IGth. 1912. 

R . V 1’ M O N 1) 43 )T4' E N 1 1 A I . 
.ia2.1 ,7. W. IlAi.LinAY, .Agent. 


D.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Ca.ssiar. 

rriAKE NO'riCE that Claude Matthews, of 
llazelton, engineer, intends to apply for iier- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at th(> south-east 
corner of Tottenham's lot, Cassiar ; thence east SO 
chains, north 80 chains, west SO chains, south SO 
chains to iioint of coinmencement; containing (llO 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January IGth, 1912. 

CLAUDE MATTHEWS. 
.i<T2.4 J. W. IIalliday, Agent. 


OMI.NECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .YKE NOTICE that Ralph Muckleston, of 
llazelton. engineer, intends to apiily for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted on the east bank 
of Kit.seukla River and near the east line of 
Fletcher's purchase, about one mile and a half 
from mouth of Kitseukla River; thence south 80 
chains, east 80 chains, north 80 chains, west 80 
chains to point of commencement; containing G40 
acres, more or loss. 

Dated January IGth, 1912. 

RALPH MUCKLESTON. 

J. W. IIalliday, .Agent. 

(DJINECA I..V.\D DISTRICT. 


district of Cassiar. 

rp.VKE NOTICE that Herbert C. Cibbs, of 
-1- llazelton. engineer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purcha.se the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted on the south bank 
of Kitseukla River, about two miles and a half 
fiom mouth of Kitseukla River ; thence west 80 
chains, south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north SO 
chains to point of commencement; containing G40 
acres, m.ore or less. 

Dated .January IGth, 1912. 

HERBERT C. GIBBS. 

J- W. IIalliday', Agent. 


ALBERNI L.VND DISTRICT. 
District of Rupert. 

rn.VKE NOTICE that Marsh Johnstone, of Vai 
_ couver. labourer, intends to apply for pei 
mission to purchase the following described lands 
Commencing at a post planted about at the soutl 
east conier of Section 23, Township 27 ; thenc 
north 40 chains; thence west 80 chains- thenr 
south 40 chains ; thence east SO chains to point ( 
commencement; .320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 12th, 1911. 

marsh JOHNSTONE. 


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THE EEITISn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


ALP.ERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice tlmt Ocor;:e Shaplnnd. of ^'an- 

couver, retii'pd master mariner, intends to 
ai)i)l,v for iiermission to i)urcliase the following 
descril)pd lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
about 20 chains west and 40 chains south of the 
south-east corner of Section 15. Townshiji 27, 
Rupert District, and on high-water mai’k ; thence 
north 40 chains: thence east SO chains to high- 
water mark ; thence along high-water mark to 
point of commencement ; containing 250 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 11th, 1011. 
ja25 GEORGE SIIAPLAND. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that John Alfred Rj'an, of ^lon- 
treal, Que., book-keeper, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands ; — Commencing at a post jilanted about 15 
chains south-west of the north-east corner of 
Section 21. Township 18. on a small island ; thence 
following high-water mark to point of commence- 
ment ; 5 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 14th. 1911. 
ja25 JOHN ALFRED RYAN. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Frederick Blumberg, of 
A'anconver. engineer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted on higb-water mark 
about 20 chains west and 40 chains south of the 
south-east corner of Section 15, Township 27 ; 
thence north 40 chains to Section 15 ; thence west 
SO chains to high-water mark ; thence along high- 
water mark to point of commencement: containing 
2S0 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 11th. 1911. 
ja25 FREDERICK BLUMBERG. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rriAKE NOTICE that .Tames Bushell, of Van- 
1 conver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply for 
liermission to purchase the following d'eseribed 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted at the 
north-west corner of Section 17. Township 9: 
thence east SO chains: thence south 40 chains. more 
or 1 p!J.S': thence west SO chains: thence north 40 
chains, more or less, to point of commencement: 
conlaining .320 acres, more or less. 

I>aled December 19th. 1911. 

.TAiMES BUSIIELL. 

ja25 Nor.man B. R.\ni).\i,i„ .\gent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rp.VKE NOTICE that Fred Swimm, of Vancou- 
I ver. B.C.. gentleman, intends to appl.y for per- 
mission to inircha.se the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at the north-east 
corner of Section IS, Township 9: thence west SO 
chains; thence south SO chainsi: thence east SO 
chainsi: thence north SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 
Dated December 20th. 1911. 

FRED SWIMM. 

ja25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 


ALBERNI I.AND DISTRKT. 


District of Rupert. 

T .\KE ND4TCE that Susan Hale, of Yate. 

Gloucester. England, mai’ried woman, intends 
to apply for permission to jiurchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 


about three miles and a half north and one mile 
west of the south-east corner of Township 24, 
Rupert District, and marked “ S. II.’s S.W. cor- 
ner ■’ ; thence east 40 chains ; thence north SO 
chains ; thence west 40 chains ; thence south 80 
chains to point of commencement, and containing 
320 acres, more or less. Applying for the N.W. 44 
of Section 24, and the S.W. 44 of Section 25, 
Township 24. 

Dated December 6th, 1911. 

SUSAN HALE. 

ja25 Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that John Hale, of Yate, 
Gloucester, England, retired, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about three 
miles and a half north and one mile west of the 
south-east corner of Township 24, Rupert District, 
and marked “ J. II.’s N.IV. corner”; thence south 
SO chains ; thence west 80 chains ; thence north SO 
cliains ; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. and containing 640 acres, more or less. 
Applying for the S. 44 of Section 2.3, and the N. 44 
of Section 14, Township 24. 

Dated December 6th, 1911. 

JOHN HALE. 

ja25 Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Colston, Hale, of War- 
minster, England, accountant, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
about one mile north and one mile west of the 
south-east corner of Township 24. Rupert District, 
and marked “ C. H.’s S.IY. corner”; thence north 
SO chains : thence east SO chains ; thence south 
SO chains ; thence west 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less. 
Applying for the whole of Section 12, Township 24. 
Dated December 6th, 1911. 

COLSTON HALE. 

.ja25 Arthur A. Hale. Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

riJAKE NOTICE that Carl lYilfred. Gardner, of 
1 Yancouver. B.C., gentlemen, intends to apply 
for permi.ssion to purchase the following described 
lands; — (’ommencing at a post planted! at the 
soutlirwest corner of Section 21, Township 9; 
thence north SO cliains: thence east SO chains; 
thence south 40 chains, more or less, to aiiplication 
to jiurchase : thence following boundary to section 
line between Sections 21 ami 16: thence 40 chains, 
more or loss, we.st to the south-west corner of 
Section 21 ; containing 4S0 acres, more or less. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 

CARL WILFRED GARDNER. 
.ia25 Norman B. Randall. Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Ranoe 5. 
mAKE NOTICE that I, Caroline .Johnson, of 
1 Yancouver, B.C.. married woman, intend to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described landis: — Commencing at a post planted 
j at the south-west corner of Lot .3065; thence south 
Iso chains; thence easit SO chains; thence north 
I 60 chains to the south-east corner of I.ot 3062; 

thence west 40 chain.s along south line of I.ot 3062; 

I thence north 20 chains along west line of Lot 
I .3062 : thence west 40 chains along south line of 
j Lot .3065 to point_of commencement; containing 
‘ 560 acres, more or less, 
i Dated December 23rd,, 1911. 

CAROLINE JOHNSON. 

ja25 R. Carr, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


XKW WKST.MINSTKK LAM) DIS’I'IMCT. 

Distukt of Nfw W'k.stminfifu 

rpAKK NOTK'IO lliat lIiMiiy Siiroli, oT VaiK-on- 
1 vi>r, ri'tircd, iiitciuls to iiiiply for pcnnissioii 
to pui'cliaso tlu‘ following; (ii'Korihcil laiidu : -t,'oiii- 
niciiciiif,' at a po.sl planted’ about '20 chains distant 
in an easterly dirtvlion from the north-west corner 
of Lot 2S<)r>, (ironp 1. New Westminster District; 
thence north NO chains; thence west -lit chains; 
thimce sontli St.) chains; thence east 40 chaiirs to 
point of commencenumt. 

Dated December 20th, 1011. 
ja2,'> IIENUr Sl’ItOTT. 


NDW WESTMIXSTEU LAND DISTKICT. 


Distuict of New Westminetku. 
rpAKE NOTICE that Arthur Frederick Si)rott, 
1 of Toronto, publisher, intends to apply for 
liermisision to purchase the followinj; d,escribe<l 
lands Comniencinfr at a post i)lanted about 40 
chains <tlistant and in a sontln'ily direction from 
the sonth-wesl corner of Lot l.jT4, (Ironp 1, New 
Westminster District; thence north SO chains; 
thence west 40 chains; thence south SO chains; 
thence east 40 chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December 20ih, li)lL 
ja2r) AKTHUK FEEDEUICK SITtOTT. 


ALHEKNI LAND DISTRICT. 


DISTIUCT of ItUPEKT. 

T ake notice that Byron M. IMorgan, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to ai)ply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Section 20, Township !) ; 
thence north SO chains ; thence cast SO chains ; 
thence south 80 chains; thence west SO chains 
to point of commencement; containing 040 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December ISth, 1011. 

BYRON ]\I. MORGAN. 

ja25 Nor-Man B. Randall, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Fred J. Elkins, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Section 27, Township 0 ; 
thence north 40 chains, more or less ; thence east 
SO chains ; thence south 40 chains, more or less ; 
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement ; 
containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 18th, 1911. 

FRED J. ELKINS. 

ja25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rilAKE NOTICE that Evans S. Dean, of Van- 
X couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Section 20, Township 9; 
thence north 80 chains ; thence east 80 chains ; 
thence south SO chains ; thence west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 640 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 

EVANS S. DEAN. 

ia25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Frank Hale, of Bristol, 
England, tailor, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about one mile north 


and one mill' west ol I hr soulh-casl coriu'r of I own- 
sbip 21, Rnpeit Dislricl, and marked “ F. 11. ’» 
S.E. corner”: thence north SO chains; thence west 
SO chains; thence south SO chains; thence east 
so chains to iioint of commencement, and contain- 
ing 6 10 aeres, moi’e or less. Ajiplying for the whole 
of Section I I, 'I’ownsbip 21. . 

1 )ated I lecember 6t h, 1911. 

FRANK Il.'iLE. 

jjFJ.') .\RTHLR A. Hale. Agent. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Rupert. 

rn.VKE NOTICE that Irving E. Bricker, of \'un- 
1 couver, B.C,, gcntlcnuin, intends to aitply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commimcing at a post iilanied at the 
south-east corner of Section 19, Tusviiship 9; 
thence north SO chain.s; thence west SO chains; 
thence south SO chains; thence east SO chains to 
point of 00111111011001110111 ; containing 640 acreis, more 
(>.• less. 

Dated' December ISlh. 1911. 

IRVING E. BRICKER. 

ja2.7 Nor.man B. Randall, .Vgent. 


ALBERNI LAND DLsTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rpl.VKE NOTICE that Thomas M. Ramsay, of 
X \'aneouver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apjily 
for iiermissioii to inircbase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a imst iilanted at the 
south-east corner of Section 2;"), Township 20 ; 
thence north 80 chains; thence west 40 chains, 
more or less; thence south SO chains; thence east 
40 chains, more or le.ss, to point of commencement; 
containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 

Tll().\,.iS .M. RA.MSAY. 
ja25 Nor.man B. Randall, .Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T .VKE NGTICE that Carl C. Kenning, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of Section 16, Township 9 ; 
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; 
thence north 89 chains ; thence east 80 chains 
to point of commencement ; containing 640 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 16th, 1911. 

CARL C. KENNING. 

ia25 N. B. Randall, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rriAKE NOTICE that George Dohaney, of Ilazel- 
X ton, cook, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands ; — Com- 
mencing at a post planted about three miles and 
a half from mouth of Kitseukla River, Cassiar; 
thence south 80 chains, cast 80 chains, north 80 
chains, west SO chains to point of commencement ; 
containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 16th, 1912. 

GEORGE DOHANEY. 

J- W. Halliday, Agent. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


district of Cassiar. 

f 1 1 AKE NOTICE that Fred I’eterson, of Hazel- 
X ton. farmer, intends to apply for permission 
to puichase the following described lands :—Com- 
mencing at a post planted about three miles and 
a half from the mouth of the Kitseukla River 
Cassiar; thence east 80 chains, north SO chains, 
Mest 80 chains, south 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement: containing 640 acres, more or less. 
Dated January 16th. 1912. 

FRED PETERSON. 

J. W. Halliday, Agent 


ja25 


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THE BRITISH 


COLUMBIA 


OAZETTE. 


[February 22nd^ 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Alexaiuler Wilson, of ^'an- 
couver, accountant, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the followinst described lauds: 
Commencing at a post planted at the soutli-west 
corner of the laud applied for by Oeorge I'ldward 
Winter, and one mile south and one mile west of 
the north-east corner post of the said land ; tlience 
south SO chains; thence east 80 chains; thence 
north 80 chains ; thence west 80 chains to point 
of commencement, and containing G40 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated January 23rd, 1912. 
fel ALEXANDER WILSON. 


ALBERNI land DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that John 11. Cowen, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Section 23, Township 9 ; 
thence north 40 chains, more or less ; thence east 
40 chains, more or less ; thence south 40 chains, 
more or less ; thence west 40 chains, more or less, 
to point of commencement; containing 1(10 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 

JOHN H. COWEN. 

ja25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Roy W. Ginn, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply 
for permission to purcliase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of Section 22, Township 9 ; 
thence north 80 chains ; thence east 80 chains ; 
thence south 80 chains ; thence west 80 chains 
to point of commencement; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 

ROY W. GINN. 

ja25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Fred Williamson Dennis, 
of Muicouver, B.C., gentleman, intends to 
apjily for permission to purchase' the following 
de.scribed lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-east coriii'r of .Section 13, I'ownship 
20; thence west 4G chains; thence south 40 chains, 
more or less ; thence east 40 chains, more or less, 
to section-line; thence north 40 chains, more or 
less, to point of commencement; containing KiO 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 

FRED WILLIAVSON DENNIS. 
ja25 Nor.man B. Randai-L, Agent. 


AI.BERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Robert Baitson, of Van- 
couver, B.C., advertising agent, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
at the south-east corner of the land applied for 
by Edna Ravelle Hunter and one mile south of the 
north-east corner post of the said land ; thence 
west 4G chains ; thence south SO chains ; thence 
east 40 chains ; thence north 80 chains to point of 
commencement, and containing 320 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated January 20th, 1912. 
fel ROBERT BAITSON. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that John E. Mecredy, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lauds : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of Section 3G, Township 20 ; 
thence north SO chains ; thence west 40 chains, 
more or less ; thence south SO chains ; thence east 
4(.> chains, more or less, to point of commencement; 
containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 

•lOIIN E. MECREDY. 

ja25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that .lolm D. Cameron, of 
I'ancouver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Section 29, Township 9 ; 
thence north 80 chains ; thence east 80 chains ; 
thence south 80 chains ; thence west 80 chains 
to point of commencement; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 

JOHN D. CAMERON. 

.ia25 Norman B. Randall, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that I'rank Garlick, of Hazel- 
ton. engineer, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post i)lanf"d at the south-east corner 
of Totlenhnm's lot. (hissiar; thence south SO chains 
to the bank of Kitseukla River; thence east 40 
chains to Silverside's imrchase; thence north 40 
chains, east 20 chains, south 40 chains back to 
river, east 20 chains, north 80 chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement; containing 480 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January IGth, 1912. 

FRANK GARLICK. 

J. W. Halliday, Agent. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Rupert. 

T ake notice that IVilliam S. Ellis, of Van- 
couver, B.C., gi'Dtleman, int<‘nds to apply 
fur permission to purchase the following described ^ 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of Sc'ction 2-1, Township 20 ; I 
thence north 80 chains ; thence west 40 chains. | 
more or less; thence south 80 chains; thence east 
40 chains, inon! or less, to tin' iioint of commence- 
ment; containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 

WILLIAM S. ELLIS. 

ja25 Norman B. Randall, Agent, 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that Susan Hicks Beach, of 
Witcombe, Gloucester, England, married 
woman, intends to apply for t>ermission to pur- 
(hase the following described lands: — Commencing 
at a post plant('d about four miles in a south- 
easterly direction from the south-east corner of 
l.ot 10G8, Cassiar; thence south 80 chains; thence 
east 80 chains; thence north .SO chains; thence 
wi'st 80 chains to iioint of commencement; con- 
tainirg (>40 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

jii2>5 SUSAN HICKS BEACH. 


LAND NOTICES. 


LAND NOTICES. 

( ».\l 1 Xi :(’.V LA.VI> IHS'I’KK 


O.MINKt'A LAND DISTUKT. 


1 MSTUU’T «>1'’ CaSHI \U. 

rpAKIO ND'l'K'lO tlial rctcr .lolinsim, of Hazel 
J- Ion. fanclier, iiitends lo apply for permission 
lo pnreliasi' llie followini; deserilied lands: Coin- 
ineneini; ai a post planted al)ont tliree miles and 
a half from month of Kitseiikla lii\er; tlamee 
wi'st Ml chains, south M) chains, east Nt) chains, 
north SO chains to iioint of commencement ; con- 
tainint; (!I0 acres, more or less. 

Dated .Tannary Kith, 1012. 

rKTLU .!( HINSON. 

ja25 .1. W. llAi-i-iDAY. Audit. 


DISTUICT OK COAST, JtANOE it. 

T ake notice that lole llylla Verschoyle. of 
Vancouver, 15. C., married woman, intends to 
ai)i)ly for permission to purchase the followiiiK 
described lands: — (roinmenciiif; at a i)o.sL planted 
at the north-west corner of IL D. Drowns pre- 
enii)tion on the south side of the Della Coola Indian 
Deserve at Della Coola, D.(\; tlnmce west 40 I 
chains: thence south 40 chains; thence east 40 
chains ; thence north 40 cliains to post of com- 
mencement ; containin^r 100 acres, more or less. 
Dated December 22rd, 1!)11. 

IDLE llYLLA VEDSCIIOYLE. 
ja25 D. Ku.i.11’ .Iacoh.se.n, Aucnt. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distiuct oi< Cassiar. 

T ake notice that \Yilliam Frederick Hicks 
Dciich, of W'itcombe, Cloucester, Eusland, 
gentleman, intends to apply for permission to i)ur- 
chase the following described lands: — Commencing 
at a post i)lanted about four miles in a south- 
easterly direction from the south-east corner of 
Lot 10G8, Cassiar ; thence north SO chains ; thence 
west SO chains ; thence south 80 chains ; thence 
east SO chains lo point of commencement; con- 
taining 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 

WILLIAM FREDER I CK 
ja25 IIICKS REACH. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


I IlSTKICT <11 ( 'ASKI Alt. 

r[l\KE .NOTICE that Willitim I’lUi .Laynes, of 
I Dunt-an, \'anc<m\< r Isliiml. imu-ch.i nl, inleiids 
In illtpl.v for permissinn l( pundiase the Inllnwilig 
descrila’d binds: Cnmimncing at a post phinled 
abiiiil four mill's in a soul h-easti‘rl,\ direclion I rom 
ihe south-easi corner ot Lot KlO'', ('iissiar; Iheiice 
north SO (bains; ibeiiee east 80 chains; I lienee 
south Si) chiiins; thence west M) chains lo point of 
commencenieiit ; conlainitii; OH* acres, more or less. 

Dated .lanuary 4th, I;)12. 
ja2.") W1LLL\.M DE.N JAYNES. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.STRlCT OF COWICIIAN. 

rp.VKE NO'l'lCE that Edward Oeorge Wolfe 
1 Winsianley. of \'ancouver. D.('.. rancher, 
inieiid.' lo api)ly for permi.s.sion to piiix-hase the 
following (Ies>cribed lambs: — Commencing a: it po.st 
libinled on the south-east corner of a sm.ill island 
adjoining .Samuel Island, generally known as Lizard 
Island, and on the shore thereof and following .'^aid 
shore to the point of commencement ; being 4 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated .lainiary 2nd. 1912. 

EDWARD CEORCE WOLFE WINSTANLEY. 

ja2r) 


ALDERNI LAND DISTRICT. 

DIiStrict of Rupkrt. 

T .VKE notice that Raymond .1. Lang, of 
N’ancouver, D.C., gentleman, intends to tipply 
for permission to purchase the fidlowing describi'd 
lands: — Commencing :it a post planted at the 
south-west Corner of Section 28, Township 9 ; 
thence north 80 chains; thence east 41) chains, 
more or less, to coal location ; them e following its 
boundary to section-line between Sections 27 and 
28, Township 9; thence south 80 chains to point 
of commencement; containing 480 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 

RAYMOND ,1. LANG. 

ja25 Norma.n R. Ranpafl, Agent. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that EIUs nicks Reach, of 

London, England, solicitor, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following describi'd 
lands: — t'ommencing at a post planted about four 
miles in a south-easterly direction from the south- 
east corner of Lot 1008, Cassiar; thence south SO 
chains ; thence west 80 chains ; tb.ence north 80 
chains: thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 4th, 1912. 
ja25 ELLIS HICKS REACH. 


district of coast, range 3. 


T ake notice that Aleck Crichton, of Van- 
couver, R.C., surveyor, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted at the 
north-east corner, and about 40 chains north-east 
of Kauk-dow Point on the north side of North 
Rentick Arm. R.C., on shore-line, and about 00 
chains, more or less, east of Timber Lease 447.55 ; 
thence west 40 chains ; south to shore-line 40 
chains, more or less ; thence in an easterly direc- 
tion following shore-line to Kauk-dow I’oint 40 
chains ; thence in a northerly direction 40 chains 
following shore-line to post of commencement ; con- 
taining 100 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 22nd, 1911. 

ALECK CRICHTON. 

ja25 B. F. Jacobsen, Agent. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Coast, Range 3. 
rpAKE NOTICE that I, Aithur X’igay, of Lon- 
-L don, England, gentleman, intend to apply 
for permission to purcha.se the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planteci at No. 7 
Post, Lot 48, Coast District, Range 3; thence north 
20 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence south 
20 chains ; thence east -10 chains to point of com- 
mencement : containing 80 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
ja25 ARTHUR VIGAY. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Herbert G. Walsh, of Van- 
-L couyer, R.C., gentleman, intends to apply 
foi 1)01 mission to purchase the following described 
lands :— Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Section 31, Township 9; 
thence north 80 chains; thence east 00 chains’ 
more or less, to Timber Limit No. 30599; thence 
along its boundary to section-line between Sections 
•■’.1 and 32; thence south 20 chains, more or less 
to south-east corner of Section .31; thence west 
SO chains to point of commencement; containing 
480 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 

. HERRERT G. WALSH. 

N0R.\tAN B. Randall, Agent. 


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TLIE lililTmn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. Range 5. 

T ake notice that .lames Harrison, of Van- 
couver. R.C.. transit man. intends to apply 
for i)ermission to purcliase the followins described 
lands: — Commenciii”' at a i)ost iilanted 10 chains 
west of Sutherland Creek and about eighteen miles 
in a south-easterly direction from the south-east 
corner of l ot 18711 ; thence south SO chains ; thence 
west 40 chains; thence north SO chains; thence 
east 40 chains to the point of commencement; 
containing 320 acres. 

Dated December Tth, 1011. 

JAMES HARRISON. 

jail Cordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


Di-strict of Coast. Range 1. 

T ake notice that Ilomer Spring, of Van- 
couver, R.C., insurance agent, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post i)lanted 
30 chains south of i\Iow Creek. Bute Inlet, and 
marked “11. S.'s S.E. corner’’; thence north 20 
chains ; thence west 40 chains ; thence south 20 
cliains. more or less; thence following the fore- 
shore easterly to i)oint of coimucncement ; contain- 
ing SO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 13th, 1011. 

HOMER SPRING. 

jail John Blois, Agent . 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. Range 1. 

T .VKE notice that ^lorris G. Parker, of Van- 
couver, B.C., porter, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about one mile north 
of Henry Point, Cardero Channel, or about 40 
chains north-west from Pre-emption 2037, Cardero 
Channel, and marked “ M. G. P.’s N.U'. corner”; 
tlience east uO chains; thence south 40 chains; 
thence west 20 chains ; thence north-westerly along 
the foreshore to i)oint of commencement ; contain- 
ing in area 100 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1011. 

MORRIS G. PARKER. 

jail .John Blois, . Agent . 


LAND NOTICES. 


PRINCE RUPERT LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Coast. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Lemuel Freer, of Van- 
1_ couver. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands; 
Commencing at a post planted on the shore in a 
northerly direction from I’ort Nelson Cannery, 
marked “I.. F.’s S.E. corner”; thence 20 chains 
north; thence 20 chains west; thence 20 chains 
south to shore-line; thence east along the sliore to 
point of commencement; containing 40 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated' December Tth, 1911. 
jail LEMUEL FREER. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 1. 

T ake notice that Charles O. Swanson, of 
Vancouver, B.C., salesman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
noi'th-west corner of Asman’s Pre-emption No. 
39S9, Stuart Island, and marked “ C. O. S.’s S.W. 
corner ” ; thence east 40 chains ; thence north 40 
chains; thence west 20 chains to the water; thence 
following the foreshore in a southerly direction to 
point of commencement ; containing in area 120 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 

CHARLES O. SWANSON, 
jail John Blois, .Agent. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 1. 

T ake notice that .lames Reid, of I'ancouver, 
B.C., clerk, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted 10 chains south of the 
south-east corner of Asman’s Pre-emption No. 3989, 
Stuart Island, and marked “ J. R.’s N.E. corner”; 
thence south 50 chains ; thence west 40 chains ; 
thence following the foreshore in a northerly direc- 
tion to iioint of commencement ; containing in area 
130 acres, more or less. 

Dated Ilecember 20th, 1911. 

JAMES REID. 

.iall .loiiN Blois, Agent. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 1. 

T ake notice that Albert V. Johnson, of 
N’anrouver. B.C., salesman, intends to apiily 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about 10 
chains south of Ghlaro Island, on I’aldes Island, 
near the north-east corner of Timber Limit No. 
37305, and marked “A. V. J.’s N.W. corner”; 
thence south 40 chains; thence east 40 chains, 
more or less, to the water ; thence north and west 
along the foreshore to point of commencement; 
containing in area IGO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 20th. 1911. 

ALBERT V. JOHNSON, 
jail .John Blois, .Agent. 


O.MINECA LAND DLSTRICT. 

District of Coast, Range 4. 

T .VKE NOTICE that Louise Wallace, of Telkwa, 
married woman, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing- at a post planted at (he .south-east 
corner of Lot 1020 ( ungazetted ) ; thence west SO 
chains, south 40 chains, east SO chains, north 40 
chains to point of commencement; containing 320 
acres. 

Dated November 25th, 1911. 
ja4 LOUISE WALLACE. 


District of Coast, Range 1. 

T .VKE NOTICE that Charles Ball, of Van- 
couver, B.C.. insurance agent, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
30 chains south of Mow Creek. Bute Inlet, and 
marked “ C. B.’s S.W. corner”; thence north 40 
chains ; thence east 40 chains ; thence south 40 
chains; thence following the foreshore westerly to 
point of commencement; containing in area 100 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 1.3th. 1911. 

CHARLES BALL. 

inll John Blois, Agent. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (’oast. Ranch 1. 
m.VKE NOTK’E that Edward Sovis, of Van- 
J- couver, B.C., insurance agent, intends to 
appl.v for permission to purchase the following 
described lands; — Commencing at a post planted 
at the south-east corner of the Indian Reserve at 
Vancouver Bay. about half a mile west of Aarau 
Rapids, and marked “ E. S.’s S.W. corner”; thence 
north 40 chains ; thence east 20 chains ; thence 
south 40 chains; thence following the foreshore 
westerly to point of commencement; containing SO 
acres, more or less (in area). 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 

EDWARD SOVIS. 

John Blois, Afient. 


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Fkhiuiauy rilK IM{ITIS1I ('( )LIJ’\I I? I A (lAZKTTF. 


LAND NOTICES. 


KKKKNA l,AM) I )IS'I'K K’T. 


LAND NOTICES. 

SK10i:\A LAND I )I S'I'U I ( "I'. 


rPAKK .XOl'K’K that 
I N’aiicdiiviT, Ill 


DisruKT or (/ukkn (’iiaiii.ottk Isi.ands. 

lloi't lOlizalii'lli ('liiilmi'rj, of 
lioiisi‘\vif(‘, iiiti-nds to apiily 
ftir piM'iiiissi'Dii to piiii'ha>»i' the followiiij? iliC'crilii'tl 
lands :■ ( 'umiiiciicin^' at a powt jdantcd about two 

miles iiortli and two miles west from the south- 
east (•Ollier of Indian Iteserve \o. 11, (Jraham 

Nland ; (heiiei* north .KO ehaiins ; thence west SO 
chains: thence s>oiilh SO chains; 'thi'iici' east SO 
chains to place of cumiuoncenieiit ; containinj? 010 
acres. 

Dated .Tan nary 10th. 1!)12. 

Er.IZAItm'lI CIIAI.MEUS. 
fcS IJoiiKHT Ckos.s, Agent. 

SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


vor, R.C., -ohoemaker, intends to ajiply for 
Iierniiissioin to imrchase the followin.i!: described 
lands: — Comnienciny: at a p'os't plaivti'd about eisht 
miles' eas-rf and eisht mih's fiionth from the .south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, (Irahani 
Island: thence SO chain:? south; thence SO chain.s 
east; thence SO chains north; thence SO chains 
west 1o place of commencement; containing O-IO 
acres. 


Dated December 30th, 1911. 


feS 


HARRY FOGG. 
Robkut Cuo.ss, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Lslanps. 

T ake XOTTCE that Alexander King, of Van- 
couver, R.C., clerk, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the followdng described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted about five miles east 
and three miles south from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve No. II, Graham Island; thence 
80 chains south ; thence SO chains east ; thence SO 
chains north ; thence SO chains west to place of 
commencement ; containing 0-10 acres. 

Dated January Gth, 1912. 

alexaxder king. 

feS Robert Cross, .Agent. 

SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islanps. 

T ake XOTICE that Wm. Mann, of Vancouver. 

B.C., insurance agent, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles north and two miles west from the south- 
eastern corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11. Graham 
Island; thence soiHh SO chains; thence east SO 
chains; thence north SO chains; thence west SO 
chains to place of commencement; containing 040 
acres. 


Dated January 10th, 1912. 


feS 


WM. MAXX. 
Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake XOTICE that Maud Hook, of Vancouver, 
B.C., spinster, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lands; — Com- 
mencing at a post planted about two miles north 
and three miles west from the south-east corner 
of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham Lsland ; thence 
north 80 chains; tbence west 80 chains; thence 
south SO chains ; thence east SO chains to place of 
commencement; comtaining 040 acres. 

Dated January 10th, 1912. 

.MAUD HOOK. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


j District of (.Hieen ( ’harlotie Iklandh. 
irnAKE .Xn'I'K'E Ibal ./ennie < McCalliiiii, of 
\ -l-‘ '.'ancoiivcr, B.( Hpinstcr, iiilcnds to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: ('ommeneiiig at a post planted nbont two 
miles north and three miles west Iroiii the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham 
Island; Iheiiee south SO ehaiiis; thence west 80 
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence east 80 
ciniins to place of coiiuneiicement ; ( oiitaining 040 
acres. 

Dated January 10th, 1912. 

JENNIE C. McCALUJ.M. 
feS Robert Cross, .Agent. 

SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (iuEEN Charlotte Islands. 
r|lAKE NOTICE that Harry I'ogg, of Vancoii- 


DiSTRICT of (.)ITEEN ('HARLOT IE ISLANDS. 
m.UxE NOTICE that A. B. Bellinger, of Van- 
-i- coiiter, B.C.. retired, intends to apply for 
liermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Coinineiicing at a post iilanli'd about four 
miles north and three miles west from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. II, Graham 
Island; thence south SO chains; Iheni'i* west 80 
chain.s; thence north M) chain.s; thenc(‘ east 80 
chains to [ilace of coiniiK-ncemeiit ; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated January 10th, 1912. 

A. B. BELLINGER. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 

SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (Iueen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that W. G. Connolly, of I'aii- 
couver, B.C., agent, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a iio.st planted about four miles 
north and three miles west from the south-east 
corner of Indian Res ‘rve No. 11, Graham Lsland; 
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; 
thence south Mj chains; thence east 80 chains to 
place of commencement; containing 040 acres. 
Dated January 10th, 1912. 

W. G. CONNOLLY. 

fe.8 Robert Cross, .Agent. 

SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
f 1 1 -V K E NOTICE that L. C. Ilamly, of Van- 
-L coiiver. B.C., salesman, intends to ap|)ly for 
permission to inirchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about four 
miles north and three miles west from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
Island; thence north 80 chains: thence east SO 
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence west 80 
chains to place of commencement; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated January 10th, 1912. 

L. C. HA*MLY. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent . 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that Silvanus John Jeffs, of 
-L 1'ancouver, B.C., salesman, intends to apply 
for pel mission to purchase the following described 
lands :— Commencing at a post planted about four 
miles north and three miles west from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island, thence south <80 chains; thence east 80 
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence west 80 
chains to place of commencement; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated January 10th, 1912. 

SIl.VANUS JOHN JEFFS. 

Robert Cr )ss, .Agent. 


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THE BEITISn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of West Kootenay. 

T ake notice that I. William Allen Talbot. 

of Salino, B.C.. rancher, intend to ajiply for 
permission to pni'chase the following d('sc-ribed 
lands: — Coinmenciug at a post planted at the 
intersection of the west boundary of T.ot 10.102 
and the south houndary of Lot 0061 ; thence south 
20 chains along the west boundary of Lot 10M02 ; 
thence west 20 chains, more or less, to the east 
boundary of Lot 0764; thence north .50 links, more 
or less, to the shore of Rosebud T.ake ; thence fol- 
lowing the easterly shore of Rosebud Lake to the 
south boundary of I.ot 0061; thence easterly along 
the southerly bounclary of I.ot 0061 to the point 
of commencement ; containing 20 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated December 10th, 1011. 
de28 WILLIAIM ALLEN TALROT. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rnAKE NOTICE tha-t I, Charity Stephens, of 
L Snohomish. Wash., married woman, intend 
to appl.y for permis.sion to purcha.se the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
two miles and three-fourths south of the mouth of 
Clear Creek on Flat River ; thence SO chains 
south; thence SO chains we.st ; thence 80 chains 
north ; thence SO chains east to point of com- 
mencement ; being in all (>40 acres, more or less. 

Dated December .5th, 1011. 

CHARITY STEPHENS. 
de28 Simon Fitzgerald, Agent. 


SKEEN A LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Cassiar. 

rn.VKE NOTICE that I, .John R. Sinclair, of 
1 Calgary. Alberta, miner, intend to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — ^Commencing at a post planted half a mile 
south of the West Fork of Flat River; thence SO 
chains .south; thence 80 chains west; thence 80 
chains north ; thence SO chains east to point of com- 
inenceinent ; containing (HO acres, more or less. 

Dated December .Srd. 1011. 

JOHN R. SINCLAIR. 

(t(.2S Simon Fitzgerald. Agent . 


ALP.ERNl LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rui’ert. 

r|l.\KE NOTICE that .Albert West, of Victoria. 

1 druggist, intends to apply for permis- 

sion to luircha-se the following described lands: — 
CommiMiciiig at a i>ost |)l<anted about four miles 
atid a <|uarler west of the centre of Section 26. 
Township 0, Ruiiert District ; thence north SO 
chains: thence west SO chains; thence south SO 
chains; Ihi'iici' east SO chains to the iioint of com- 
menceimuit ; containing (ilO acres, more or less. 
Dated Deemuber 1st, 1!)11. 

ALBERT WEST. 

de2S Richard W. Wilkinson, .\gent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 
rpAKE NOTICE that Benjamin Carey Pet- 
I tingell, .Ir., of Victoria. B.C., draughtsman, 
intends to apply for |iermission to imrehase the 
following describi'd lauds; — Commencing at a post 
planted about two miles and a (piarter west and 
one mile south of the centre of Section 2(), Town- 
ship 0, Rupert District: thence west SO chains; 
thence south SO chains; thence east 80 chains; 
thence north SO chains to llu' point of commence- 
ment : containing 610 acres, more or less. 

Dated Di'cembi'r 6th. Bill. 

BEN.TA.MIN CAREY PETTINCELL. Jr. 

Richard W. Wilkinson, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Douglas Drj'den Muir, of 
Victoria, accountant, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post planted one mile 
, distant and in an easterly direction from Lawn 
' Point, above high-water mark in a little bay on 
the south side of I.iawn Point, Rupert District ; 
thence north 40 chains ; thence east SO chains 
along T.L. 42671 ; thence south 40 chains to shore; 
thence westerly along shore-line to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated November 16th, 1911. 

DOUGLAS DRYDEN MUIR. 
de28 Frank Patterson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that SoplOe Patterson, of 
Quatsino, B.C., married woman, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
half a mile distant and in an easterly direction 
from Pine Tree Island and one mile north of Lawn 
Point, Rupert District ; thence east SO chains ; 
thence south SO chains along T.Ij. 42671 and to 
the shore-line ; thence westerly 80 chains along 
shore-line to Lawn Point ; thence northerly 80 
chains along shore-line to commencement. 

Dated November 16th, 1911. 

SOPHIE PATTERSON. 

de2S Frank Patterson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Ilanna Mary Green, of 
A’ictoria, B.C., spinster, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted half a mile 
distant and in an easterly direction from I*ine 
Tree Island, one mile north of I>awn Point, 
Ruiiert District: thence east SO chains; thence 
north SO chains ; thence west SO chains ; thence 
southerly SO chains along shore-line to point of 
commencement. 

Dated November 16th, 1911. 

HANNA MARY GREEN. 
de2S Frank Patterson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that John Silvester Benson, of 
\'ictoria, B.C., surveyor, intends to apply 
for |)ermission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commencing at a post iilanted about 
(piarter of a mile distant and in a north-easterly 
direction from Pine Tive Island, Rupert District; 
thence east 40 chains; thence north 80 chains to 
shori'-line : thence west SO chains along shore-line 
to Reef Point: thence soulh 80 chains along shore 
to point of commeucemeut. 

Dated November ISth. 1911. 

JOHN SILVESTER BENSON. 
d(>2S Frank Patterson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Andrew Nicolls, of Vic- 
toria. B.C., business man. intends to apply 
for permi.ssion to purchase the following describ'd 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted one mile 
distant and in a southerly direction from Reef 
Point, Rupert District: thence east SO chains: 
thence north SO chains, more or less, to shore-line; 
thence west SO chains along shore-line; thence 
south 80 chains to i>oint of commencement. 

Dated November ISth. 1911. 

ANDREW NICOLLS. 
Frank Patterson, Ape-' 


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LAND NOTICES. 


SKKKXA LAND DISTUK"!’. 

l>IH’rUI('T or (.)UKKN ClIAItl.OI'IK ISI.ANDM. 

rnAKlO NO'I'ICIO llml (’. Vcnic Hn w.T, of Vim 
I foiivi'i’, cli'i'k. inli'iids to apply for pi-r- 

niis^fioii to purchase th(' followiiifr (leiJcrilied lands: 
(.'omnu'itciiif' at a post |)laiited about three miles 
and a halt north and oni‘ mile west from the 
north-west corner of Lot i)!fJ ; thence c ast SO 
chains; thence south SO cliains; thence west SO 
chains: llience north St) chains to point of com- 
mencement : eontaininfj OK) acres. 

Dated Xovemher 2Sth, litll. 

C. VKUXK ItUEWLli. 

ja4 Ckouoic S. Mayku. Agoil. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKl'lKXA I.AXD DIS'ritK;'!’. 


Dis'inicr oo (^KtiaoN ( “ii Aiti.oii o Isi.ANtis. 

rn AKIO XO'l'K’E that I'Mpir Vonii};, of Vnn- 
I convcr, li.C.. iiainter, intends to apply for 
p(‘rmis-ion to imrchase tin* f(dlowin;r dc.-icrihedi 
lands: Commcnciny; at a i)ost jdantcd about two 

miles and a half north from the north-east corner 
(d' Lot !)!).■{; thence W('st SO chains; thence north 
SO chains; thence east SO chains; thenc(‘ south SO 
chains to i)oint of commcnci'iiient ; conlainin}' (!-IO 
acres. 

Dated X'ovcmber 2.Sth, lOll. 

KDtJAR J. YOlJXtL 

ja4 (Jicoimn S. AIaykij, Af/rnt. 


SKEEXA LAXD DLSTlUt’T. 


District op Qopkn ('iiari.otti': Isi.ands. 
rnAKE XOTICE tlint John Henry, of Vancouver, 
1 I’.(h, contractor, intends to apjdy for per- 

mission to iinrchase the fidlowins describe(l lands : 
Commencing at a post plante<l about two miles and 
a half north from the north-west corner of Lot 
0t)2: thence west 80 chains; thence south 40 
chains; thence cast SO chains; tlience north 40 
chains to point of commencement ; conlaininy: 320 
acres. 

Dated Xovemher 2Slh, 1911. 

JOIIX IIEXRY. 

ja4 Gicokge S. Mayer, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE XOTICE that William Robert Little, of 
1 Vancouver, R.C., mason, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles and a half north from the north-west corner 
of Lor 992; thence east SO chains; thence south 
40 chains; thence west SO chains; thence north 
40 chains to point of commencement; containing 
320 acres. 

Dated November 2Sth, 1911. 

WILLIAM ROBERT LITTLE. 
ja4 George S. Mayer. Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rn.VKJ'l XO'I’H'E that llari-y Marlin, of Vancon- 
I ler. B.C., artist, intend.s to aiiply for per- 
mission to i)nrchaui> the following described lands: 
Commencing at a i)nst planted about two miles 
and a half north frotn th.e north-east corner of 
Lot 9!i3 ; thence east SI) chains; thence north 80 
chains; thence west SO chains; thence soitlh SO 
chains to jmint of commencement ; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated Xovemher 2Slh, 1911. 

HARRY MARTIN. 

.ia4 George S. Mayer. Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Queen Charlotte Lsland.s. 

rilAKE XOTICE that Fred .Tackson, of Vancou- 
I ver. B.C., painter, intends to apply for per- 
mission to iturchase the following described landsi: 
('ommencing at a post i)lauled about two miles 
north from th.e nortli-cast corner of T.ot 9!)3 ; 
thence west SO chains; thence north 40 chains; 
thence east SO chains: thence s.onth 40 chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 320 acres. 
Dated November 2Ttli, 1911. 

FRED JACKSON. 

.ia4 George S. Mayer, Agetit. 


O.MIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


OMIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that IVilliam I.avington .Iordan, 
of \'ancouver, B.C., stenographer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
d(‘scribed lands: — Commencing at a post jilanted at 
the north-east corner of Lot 1002, being the south- 
east corner of land apiilied for ; thence north 40 
chains, more or less, to the south bank of Bear 
River ; thence fcdlowing the said south bank of 
Bear River 70 chains, more or less, to the mn-th 
boundary of Lot 10G2 ; thence east 40 chains, more 
or less, to point of commencement, and containing 
SO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 25tb, 1911. 

.ia4 AVILLIAM LAVIXGTOX JORDAN. 


OiMINECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Casstar. 

TTIAKE NOTICE that Thomas IMillard, of Van- 
-L couver, B.C., contractor, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Imt lOGG on the Bulkley 
River, and being the south-east corner of land 
applied for ; thence north 70 chains, more or less, 
to the east bank of Bear River ; thence south- 
Avesterly following the said cast bank of Bear 
River to the north bank of the Bulkley River; 
thence following the said noi'th bank of the 
Bulkley River to point of commencement, and 
containing .SO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 25th, 1911. 
ja4 THOMAS .MILL.VRD. 


District of Cassiar. 

ryiAKE NOOHCE that Donald Collingwood Miir- 
-A- ray, of ^^ancouver, B.C., machinist, intends 
to ai)i)ly for iiermission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-west corner of Lot 10G4, being the 
north-.mst corner of the land applied for ; thence 
west GO chains, more or less, to the north bank 
of the Bulkley River: thence following the said 
north bank of the Bulkley River .SO ch,ains, more 
or less; thence east 20 chains, more or less, to the 
south-west corner of Lot 10G4 ; thence north <S0 
chains to point of commencement, and containing 
140 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 25th, 1911. 

.la-l DONALD COLLINGWOOD MURRAY. 


OMIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

lAKE XOTICE that Julia Isabel Lindsay, of 
1 ancouvor, ll.C., married woman, intends to 
.ni'Ply for permission to purchase the Ldlowing 
described lands :— Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-west corner of Lot 1059. being the 
south-west cm-ner of land applied for; thence east 
SO chains; thenee north 40 chains, more or less, 
to the south bank of Bear River; thence following 
the said south bank of Bear River ,80 chains, more 
or less: thence south 40 chains, more or less, to 
point of commencement, and containing .300 acres 
more or less. ’ 

Dated December 25th, 1911. 

JTJLIA ISABEL LINDSAY. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rnAKE XOTICPI that Stanley Holbrook, of Van- 
JL couver. B.C., clerk, intencls to apply for per- 
mission to purchase (he following dcsci-ibed lands; 
Commencing at a post plant edi about two miles 
north from the nortlueast corner of Lot 993; 
thence east SO chains; thence north 40 chains; 
thence west SO chains ; thence south 40 chains to 
point of commencement; containing 320 acres. 

Dated Xovember 27th. 1911. 

STANLEY HOLBROOK. 
ja4 George S. Mayer, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T .\KE notice that Patrick O'Connor, of Van- 
couver. B.C.. foreman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles north from the north-east corner of Lot 993; 
thence east SO chains; thence south SO chains; 
thence west SO chains ; thence north SO chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 
Dated November 27lh. 1911. 

PATRICK O’CONNOR. 

ja4 George S. Mayer, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Burton Vivian Brewer, of 
l^ancouver, B.C., clerk, intends to apply” for 
jiermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted' about two 
miles north from the north-east corner of Lot 993; 
thence wes’t SO chains ; thence pouth SO chains ; 
thence east SO chains; thence north SO chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 
Dated November 27th, 1911. 

BURTON VIVIAN BREWER. 
ja4 George S. Mayer, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

riA.VKE NOTICE (hat Norman Hurst, of Van- 
.1 couver. B.C.. clerk, intond.s to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about three miles 
and a half north and one mile west from the north- 
west corner of Lot tt92 ; tlienco east SO chains; 
thence north SO chains; (hence west SO chains; 
(hence south SO chains to point of commencement; 
containing 040 acres. 

Dated November 28th, 1911. 

NORMAN HURST. 

ja4 George S. Mayer, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range H. 

T ake notice that Louis .Tudson Walker, of 
I'ancouver, B.C.. salesman, intends to apply 
for pmanission to purdiase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post plantc'd at tlu' 
north-east corner of I-ot 2r)13. Ix'ing the south-east 
corner of land applied for; thence north SO chains; 
thence west 40 chains ; thence south SO chains ; 
thence east 40 chains to point of commencement, 
and containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 23it1, 1911. 

.in4 LOUIS .TUDSON WALKER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

T .VKE notice that h’rederick S. iMaxwell, of 
Vancouver. B.(’., stenographer, intends to 
nripl.V for permission to inirchase the following 
dcscribi'd lands: — Comimmcing at a post planted 
10 chains east from the north-west corner of Lot 


350, Coast District, liange 5, being the south-east 
corner of application to purchase of Joseph B. 
Clearihue and being the south-west corner of land 
applied for ; thence north SO chains ; thence east 
40 chains ; thence south SO chains ; thence wmst 
40 chains to point of commencement, and contain- 
ing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 23rd, 1911. 
jal FREDERICK S. MAXWELL. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Casstar. 

T ake notice that Florence Myra Sneyd, of 
Vancouver, R.C., married woman, intends to 
appl.v for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted at 
the south-west corner of Lot 1007, being the north- 
west corner of laud applied for; thence south 20 
chains; thence cast 80 chains; thence north 40 
chains, more or less, to the south-east corner of 
Lot 1005 ; thence west 40 chains ; thence south 20 
chains ; thence west 40 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 240 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 25th, 1911. 
jal FLORENCE MYRA SNEYD. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that Illlda Beatrice Turner, of 
Vancouver, B.C., widow, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Lot 1004, being the north- 
west corner of land applied for ; thence south 40 
chains ; thence east SO chains ; thence north 40 
chains ; thence west 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 25th, 1911. 
jal HILDA BEATRICE TURNER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 
rriAKE NOTICE that Harry Sutherland Wilson, 
of Vancouver, B.C., stenographer, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-east corner of I^ot 1125, being the 
south-east corner of land applied for ; thence north 
40 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence south 
40 chains ; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

.ial HARRY SUTHERLAND WILSON. 


NANAIMO LAND DISTRICT. 


ni-VIvE NOTICE that Ernest A. Yorston, of Van- 
i couver, B.C., gentleman, intends to apply for 
periniss-ion to purchase the following des>cribed 
lands :— Commencing at a post planted about 35 
ehains in a northerly direction from the head of 
Boat Cove, La.sfiuiti Island, marked “ E. A. Y., 
N.E. corner”; thence 20 chains west; thence 40 
ehains south; thence 20 chains east; thence 40 
chains north to point of commencement; contain- 
ing 80 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 29th, 1911. 

ERNEST A. YORSTON. 

.i>i4 ]'cr A. 1*. Thompson, Agent. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


■ District of Coast, Range 3. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Howard Brown, of Bella 
I Coola. farmer, intends to apply for permis- 
sion to purchase (he following described lands: 
Commencing at a pos-t planted 10 chains north of 
J. Clayton’s Pre-emption Claim No. 320. on the 
Indian Reserve corner, running west 40 chains, 
south 40 chains, east 40 chains, north 40 chains to 
point of commencement. 

Dated December 15th. 1911. 

Ja4 HOWARD D. BROWN. 


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LAND NOTICES. 


().M1NK('A LAN'D I >1 STK I ( 


Dihtukt ok Coast, 1{aN(;k 5. 
rnAKC NO’l'ICIO tliat (’nrl 11. .Icnkiiis, of N’aii 
J- coiivcr, 1>.C., sliippcr, iTiloiids to appl.'' l''i' 
p(‘riiiissioii to pm'cliasc tlio followiiif; (losciThcd 
lands: Coimnciuini; at a post i)lant<'d oii tli<> 
I’.ortli l>ank of tlu' Unikicy Kivnr, about SO cliaiiis, 
mor(> <ir loss, in a nortli-wostorly diia'ction from 
the Mortli-vvost ooriior of I, (it .■{r)0, hoin;; tlio soutli- 
wi'st ooriK'r of application to pnrolia.st* of .losopb 
Ik ( 'loariliuc and lioini; the soiitli-oast corner of 
land applied for; theme north lit) chains; thence 
west -10 chains; thence south 40 chains, more or 
less, to the noi'th hank of tin* Hnikh'y Kiver; tlnmcc; 
followin);; the said north hank of the Knlkley Itivei’ 
to point of commencement, and containiii}' ISO 
acres, mor<> or less. 

Dati'd December li'lrd, 1011. 
ja4 CAUL II. .IKNKINS. 


SKIOKNA LAND DISTUICT. 


DISTHU'T ok tlOKK.X ( 'l I AUI.t)TTK ISI.A.NDS. 

T AKIO NOTICIO that Wirt A. Stevens, of Chi- 
cago, Illinois, II.S..V., civil engineer, intends 
to ni)pl.v for permission to purchase the following 
descrih('d lands: — Comniencing at a post plant(id 
ahont two miles west and one mile and a half 
north from the south-west corner of Lot 001 ; 
thence east SO chains ; thence north SO chains ; 
thence west SO chains ; thence south 80 chains 
to point of coimnencemenl ; containing (MO acres. 
Dated November 80th, 1011. 

WIKT A. STEVENS. 

ja4 Ceouge S. AIayeh, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTltlCT. 


District ok Queen Ciiaui.otte Islands. 

T ake notice that Arthur W. Nelson, of 
Chicago, Illinois. IJ.S.A., clerk, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Comniencing at a post planted 
about three miles west and half a mile north from 
the south-west corner of Lot 001 ; thence east SO 
chains ; thence south (iO chains ; thence west 80 
chains ; thence north GO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 480 acres. 

Dated November 29th, 1011. 

ARTHUR W. NELSON. 

ja4 George S. Mayer, Agent. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District ok Sayward. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Frank II. Sager, of Vic- 
T toria, labourer, intends to apply for permis- 
sion to purchase the following described lauds : 
Commencing at a post planted at the north-east 
corner of Section 23, on Gorge Harbour, Cortes 
Island, Sayward District, B.C. ; thence 40 chains 
south ; thence 40 chains west ; thence 40 chains 
north ; thence 40 chains east to point of commence- 
ment ; containing IGO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 6th, 1911. 
ja4 FRANK H. SAGER. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Frank Gray, of Blair, 
Nebraska, U.S.A., farmer, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles west and half a mile north from the south- 
west corner of Lot 001; thence east 80 chains; 
thence north SO chains; thence west 80 chains; 
thence south SO chains to point of commencement ; 
containing G40 acres. 

Dated November 30th, 1911. 

FRANK GRAY. 

ja4 Geobqe S. Mayeb, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 

SKEENA LAND DIS'l'lIK-'l'. 

DLSI Ricr OK (BIEEN ClIARLOriE ISI.ANDS. 
rn.VKE NOTICE lhal .loscph < Merrill, of 
X ('hieago, Illinois, n.S..V, relired, inlends to 
!i|(lily for i»ermission lo purcha.se the following 
described lands: Commencing at a posl planled 
alout four miles and a half west and hall a mile 
north fi’om the south-west coimer fo Lot 001 ; 
north from tin* s(iUlh-west (-orner ol Lot 001 ; 
theiK-e north 2I( chains; thence west about .00 
(hains to Ain River; tlu'iice following river in 
southei'ly and (>asterly direction to p(jint of coni- 
m(‘iu-emenl ; containing SO acres, more or less. 

Dat((l November 20lh, 1011. 

.lOSEI'Il C. .MERRILL. 

ja 1 George S. .Mayer, Agent. 


NAXAl.MD LAND DLSTRICT. 

ril.VKE NOTICE that .Mfred U. Thompson, of 
1 \'-inc(mver, B.C.. limber cruiser, intends to 
apjdy for permission to inirchase the following 
(h‘.-<crihed lands: — Commeneing at a post jilanted 
on the south shore of a small hay, about 2tJ chains 
south of the north-east point of Tucker Bay, 
Las(|uiii Island, marked “ .\. 1’. 1'., N.W. corner”; 
lhenc(‘ 3G chains eaoi ; thence 40 chains south; 
thence 30 ciiains west; thence 4G chains north lo 
point of commencement ; containing 120 acr(‘s, more 
or less. 

Dated November 3(Jth, 1011. 
jal ALFRED 1’. T1 lO.Ml’SON. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict ck (Jueen Cii.mu.otte Island.s. 
ril.VKE NOTICE that George I’erdme, of I'an- 
couver. B.C., clerk, intends lo ajiply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands; 
Commencing at a post planted about two miles 
south and a half a mile cast from the head of 
'I'angle Cove, .Moresby Island, and marked " G. I’.’s 
N.E. corner”; thence south SO chains; thence 
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains; thence 
east 80 chains to point of commencement ; contain- 
ing G40 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 12th, 1011. 

GEORGE PERDUE. 

ja4 W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rilAKE NOTICE that (Oris Peterson, of \’an- 
L couver, B.(’.. labourer. Intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles south and half a mile east from the head of 
Tangle Cove. Moresby Island, marked “ O. P.’s 
S.E. corner”: thence north 80 chains; thence west 
SO chains; thence south SO chains; thence east 80 
chains to point of commencement ; containing G40 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 12th, 1911. 

ORIS PETERSON. 

W. H. Harrison, Agent, 

SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp.VKE NOTICE that Hamilton Taite. of Van- 
L couver, B.C.. insurance agent, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the followin"- 
described lands :— Commencing at a post planted 
at the hoiid of Tangle Cove. Moresby Island, 
maiked H. 1. s S.E. corner’’; thence north 40 
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence south 40 
chains; thence east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement; containing 320 acres, more or less 
Dated December 11th, 1911. 

HAMILTON TAITE. 

W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


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IHHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22Nr), 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SKEENA i.AAD DISTRICT. 


SKEEXA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that Agues Hyacinth Rol)l)ins. 

X of Victoria, B.C.. married woman, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the head of a small bay about four miles sionlh 
and six miles east of the south-east corner of Lot 
120. Knnghit Island, and marked “A. II. R.’s 
X.W. corner”: thence south SO chains; thence 
east SO cl'.ains; thence north SO chains; thence 
west SO chains to point of commencement ; con- 
taining 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated December Sth, 1011. 

AGXES HYACINTH ROBBINS. 
ja4 W. n. Harrison, Agent. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
riAAKE NOTICE th.at Phillip O'Brien, of Van- 
1_ conver, B.C.. salesman, intends to apply for 
Iiermission to pnrchas>e the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at head of 
Deep Bay, about five miles south and two miles 
east of the south-east corner of Lot 120, Kiiughit 
Island, and markedi “ P. O.B.'s S.E. corner”; 
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; 
thence south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains 
to point of commencement ; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December Olh, 1911. 

PHILLIP O’BRIEN. 

ja-l W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENxV LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp.lKE NOTICE that Harry Hannah, of Van- 
X conver, B.C., grocer, intends to appl.y for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted about five 
miles south and six miles east of the south-ea.st 
corner of Lot 120, Knnghit Island, and marked 
“ H. H.’s N.W. corner ” ; thence south 80 chains ; 
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains; 
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement ; 
containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 8th, 1911. 

HARRY HANNAH. 

ja4 W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


D1.STRICT OF Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp.VKE NOTICE that George Tatum, of Van- 
X couver. B.C., salesman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the head 
of Tangle Cove, IMoresby Island, marked “ G. T.'s 
N.E. corner”; thence south 80 chains; thence west 
80 chains: thence north .80 chains; thence east 
80 chains to point of commencement ; containing 
040 acres, more or less. 

Dated December lllh, 1911. 

GEORGE TATTDI. 

ja4 W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp.\KE NOTICE that Baynes Flanagan, of ^’an- 
J_ couver. I’.C., tinsmith, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
land.s: — Commencing at a post planted at the head 
of 'I’angle Cove. Moresby Island, and marked 
P>. h'.’s N.W. corner”: thence south 80 chains; 
thence east 40 chains; thence north 80 chains; 
thence west 40 chains to point of commencement: 
containing 820 acres, more or les.s. 

Dated December 11th. 1911. 

BA YNES FLANAGAN. 

ja4 W. 11. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
ri'^AKE NOTICE that Ned Peabody, of Vancou- 
X ver, B.C., clerk, intendis to apiily for per- 
mission to luirchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post [ilanted about two miles 
west from the head of Tangle Cove, Moresby 
Islam!, and marked- “ N. P.’s N.W. corner”: 
thence south 80 chains; thence mist 80 chains: 
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains 
to point of commi'iicement ; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 11th, 1911. 

NED PEABODY. 

Ja4 W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICId that iMartin Van Aiken, of 
1 . I'ancouver, B.C., carpenter, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at head 
of Deep Bay. about five miles south and' two miles 
east of the south-east corner of Lot 120. Knnghit 
Island, and marked “ M. V. A.’s N.E. corner ” ; 
thence soutn 80 chains; thence wmst 80 chains; 
thence north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains to 
point of commencement ; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 9th. 1911. 

MARTIN VAN AIKEN. 

ja4 W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
ri'lAKE NOTICE that Ovila Prudem, of I'ancou- 
L \er, B.C.. clerk, intends to apply for permis- 
sion to purchase the following described lands: — 
Commencing at a post planted about two miles 
west from the head of Tangle Cove, IMoresby 
Island, marked “ O. P.’s N.E. corner ” ; thence 
south 80 chains: thence west 80 chains; thence 
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains to point of 
commencement ; containing G40 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 11th, 1911. 

OVILA PRUDEM. 

ja4 W. H. Harrison, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
fjl.MvE NDTICE that Belle Lamb, of Biair, 
I Nebraska, U.S.A.. housewife, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about three 
miles and a half north and four miles west from 
the north-west corner of Lot 9!)1 ; thence north 40 
chains: thence west 80 chains; thence south 40 
chains; thence east 80 chains to point of commence- 
ment ; containing 320 acres. 

Dated November 2Sth, 1911. 

BELLE LAMB. 

ja4 George S. Mayer. Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rnAKE NOTICE that Allan Orr, of Masset, B.C., 
1 carpenter, intends to apply for permission to 
purchase the following described lands: — Commenc- 
ing at a iiost planted about three miles and- a half 
north and one mile west from the north-west corner 
of Lot 992; thence wret SO chains; thence north 
80 chains; thence east 80 drains; thence south SO 
chains to point of commencement ; containing G40 
acres. 

Dated November 28th, 1911. 

ALLAN ORR. 

ja4 Geoege S. Mayer, Agent. 


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LAND NOTICES. 


SKKKNA LAM) DISTKK’T. 

DiSTKK'T ok (^tUKK.N ( ' 1 1 A Itl.O'l 1 K Isi.ANDS. 

TMAKIO NO'rU'lO tliiit AiiiUM' .Merrill, of .Mussel, , 
1 lioiiscwifc, iiiti'iids to iii»iily fur iicriiiis- 

sioM lo piireh.nsc' llie followiiiH: (li'scril)i'il l.iiidu : I 
Coiiiiiieiiciii^ ill a [lost pliiiitcd iilioiil tliree miles j 
aiidi a half iiorlli and live miles \ve>>l from llie 
iiorlli-west eorner of Lot lUtl ; thence \ve>>t t!0 
ehains ; theiiee sonlh M) ehains; thence east (!U 
chains; Iheiict* norlh SO chains to iioint of com- 
mencement ; coiitainiii}? 4SO acres. 

DiUed Xovi'inher ‘JSth, 11)11. 

AI.MKL MKUUILL. 

ja4 (iKoitiiK S. Maykk. Ai / eiit . 


ALHLKXl LAM) DISTUKIT. 


DISTUICT ok ItUl’lCHT. 

T ake notice Hmt C. I*. Eeniin, of \’ictoria. 

H.C., broker, intends lo iipiil.v for permission 
to purchase the followinf!; described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post itliinted about ten miles distant 
and in a sonllierly direction from Klaskish Inlet, 
the .said post beinj; inscribed “ C. T. h'.’s S.W'. cor- 
ner ” ; thence north SO chains; thence east SO 
chains; thence south SO chains; thence west SO 
chains to iioint of commencement; contiiining 040 
acres. 

Dated November 23rd, 11)11. 

C. r. FEOAN. 

ja4 To.\i li.DSTAi), Af/cnt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTKICT. 


District ok Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rilAKE NOTICE that Abram Sutherland, of 
J_ Blair, Nebraska, U.S.A., insurance agent. 
intend.s lo ai)ply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted about five miles west and two miles and 
a half north from the south-west corner of Lot IJOl ; 
thence east SO chains; thence north SO chains; 
thence west SO chains; thence south SO chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 040 acres. 

Dated November 20th, 1011. 

ABRAM SUTl lER LAND. 
ja4 George S. Mayer, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rjlAKE NOTICE that Eliza Sutherland, of Blair. ! 

_L Nebraska, U.S.A., housewife, intends to apply j 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about three 
miles and a half north and five miles west from 
the north-west corner of Lot 001 ; thence west (iO 
chains; thence north 40 chains; thence east 00 
chains*: thence south 40 chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 240 acres. 

Dated November 2Sth, 1011. 

ELIZA SUTHERLAND. 
ja4 George S. Mayer. Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


LAND NOTICES. 

ALBERM LAND DISTBIC'I'. 

I HHi Ricr or Ri rERi'. 

riUMvIi .NO TICE that Kathlci n B.\ ng Hall, of 
JL .Shawnigan, married woman, inlend.s lo apply 
for permi.s.sion lo purchase Ihe lollowing described 
lands: ( 'omineiicing al a posi planled aboni six 

miles distant, in a soiilherl.i' direelioii from Klas- 
kish Inlet, till' said p(,st being inscribed " K, I’.. 11. 
•S.E.,” containing OK) acres, commencing at this 
post; thence norlh .SO diaiiis ; thence west SO 
(hains; thence sonih .SO chains; ihenee east .SO 
chains to point of commencement. 

Dated No\emb(‘r 23rd, 1011. 

KATHLEEN BVNG HALL. 
ja4 To.m Ii.dhtad, .\genl. 


SKEENA LAND DLSTltlCT. 

Dlstrict ok CMO'tEN Chari.otte Islands. 
fll.VKI'I NO'TICE that James Mnllin, of Murdo, 
I South Dakota, farmer, intends to apply for 
P'OTiiission lo purehas'e the fidlowing describeil 
lands: — Commencing at a jmst iilanted about four 
miles and a half west and a mile and a half north 
from tin* south-west corner of l.ot 001 ; thence east 
40 chains; thence south .SO chains; thence west 
40 (diain-j; thence north SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing .320 acres. 

Dated November 20th, 1011. 

JA.MES MULLIN’. 

ja4 George S. .Mayer, .\gcnt. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

fjl.VKE NOTICE that Miriam Haller, of Blair, 
1 Nebraska, I’.S.A., housewife, intends to apply 
for permission lo purchase Ihe following de.ecrilied 
lands; — .Commeneing at a post iilanted about five 
mile.s west and a mile and a half north from the 
.south-west corner of Lot 001 ; thence east .SO 
chains; thence north 80 clmins ; thence west .80 
chains'; thence south .SO chains to point of com- 
mencement; containing 040 acres. 

Dated November 20th, TOIL 

MIRIAM HALLER. 

ja4 George S. .Mayer. Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Isi.ands. 
^jl.VKE NOTICE that Hattie Sutherland, of 
I Blair, Nebraska, U.S.A., housewife, intends 
lo apply for permission to purehas’e the following 
de.scriberl lands; — Commencing at a post planted 
about five miles west and two miles and a half 
north from the siouth-west corner of Lot 001 ; 
thence west 00 chains: thence north 80 chains: 
thence east 00 chains; thence south 80 chains to 
lioint of commencement; containing about 4.S0 
acres. 

Dated November 20th. 1911. 

HATTI E S UTH ERLAND. 

Jal George S. .Mayer, Agent. 

ALBERNI L.-V.ND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert, 

T .\KE NOTICE that ^luriel Byng Hall, of 
Victoria, B.C., married woman, intends to 
a|)ply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a jmst planted 
six miles distant and in a southerly direction from 
Klaskish Inlet (five miles south, one mile east),tlie 
said iiost beiiig inscribed with the following letters, 
“ iM. B. 11., S.IV.,” containing (HO acres, com- 
mencing at this post : thence north .SO chains ; 
thence east 80 chains, south 80 chains, west 8() 
chains to point of commencement. 

Dated November 2.3rd, 1911. 
ja4 MURIEL BYNG HALL. 


Dlstrict of Rupert, 

np.VKE NOTICE that Herbert Craddock Steveii- 
-L son. of Victoria, I!.C.. surveyor, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
about eight miles distant and in a southerly direc- 
tion from Klaskish Inlet, the said post being 
ascribed “11 C. S.-s N.E. corner”; thence south 
.8 chains : thence west 80 chains ; thence north 
.80 chains; thence east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated November 23rd. 1911. 

HERBERT CR.VDDOCK SI’EVENSON. 

Tom Ildstad, Agent. 


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LAND NOTICES. 


LAND NOTICES. 


CKANBKOOK LAND DISTRICT. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT’. 


District of East Kootenay, Southern 
Division. 

T ake NcynCE that William Clare I*ed!ar, of 
Bonlielcl. Out., ph.vsician, intends to apply 
foi permis.sioii to purcha.se the following de.scribed 
lands: — Coininoining at a post planted at the 
north-west corner of Lot BUT ; tlu'nce north (iO 
chains; thence east 110 chains: thence south GO 
ch.ains ; theii'-e west to place of commencement ; 
cimtaining 120 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 2Gth, 1911. 

WTLLIAIM CLARE PEDLAR, 
jal Geo. L. Pedlar, Afient. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Winnlfred Jessop, of Vic- 
toria, sjiinster, intends to apply for pei‘- 
inission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted six miles distant, in 
a southerly direction from Klaskish Inlet, the said 
post being inscribed “ W. J.’s N.W. corner,” com- 
mencing at this post ; thence south 80 chains ; 
thence east 80 chains ; thence north 80 chains ; 
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement. 
Dated November 2,3rd, 1911. 

WINNIFRED JESSOP. 

jal Tom Ildstad, Agent. 


CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Distp.ict of East Kootenay, Southern 
Division. 

AKE NOTICE that Joseph Pedlar, of Lindsay, 
Out., miller, intends to apply for permission 
to purchase the following described lauds : — Com- 
mencing at a post planted at the north-west corner 
of Lot GllT ; thence south 20 cliains ; thence west 
•' !,s ; tlience north 20 chains ; thence east 
20 chains to place of commencement ; containing 
lo acres, more or less. 

Dated December 2Gth, 1911. 

JOSEPH PEDIAR. 

jal Geo. 1.. Pedlar, Agent. 



District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Napier A. Jessop, of 
Victoria, broker, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about eight miles 
distant and in a southerly direction from Klaskish 
Inlet, the said post being inscribed “ N. J. A.’s 
S.W. corner ” ; thence north 80 chains ; thence east 
80 chains ; thence south 80 chains ; thence west 80 
ch.ains to point of commencement; containing GIO 
acres. 

Dated November 23rd, 1911. 

NAPIER A. JESSOP. 

jal Tom Ildstad, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Charles Lamb, of Blair, 
L Nebraska, U.S.A., farmer, intends to apply 
for permih'sicu to purchase the following described 
lam’s : — Commencing at a post planted about three 
miles and a half north and four miles west from 
the north-west corner of Lot 991; thence south 80 
chains; thence west SO chains; thence north 80 
chains ; thence east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing GIO acres. 

Dated N-o', ember 2Stli, 1911. 

CHARLES LAMB. 

jal George S. Mayer, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Isi.ands. 
rn.VKE NOTICE that .Margaret Merrill, of Chi- 
1 c.igo, Illinois, r.S.A., liousewifi', intends to 
ai)i)l.V for permission to imrcliase tlie following 
described lands : - -Commencing at a post planted 
about three miles west anr! half a mile north from 
the south-west corner of I.ot 991 ; tlience west 10 
chains'; thence south GO cliains; thence east 10 
chains; thence north G9 chains to point of com- 
mencement; containing 210 acres. 

Dated November 29th, 1911. 

MARGARET MERRILL, 
jal George S. Mayer, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Dorothy Floyer, of Vic- 
toria, married woman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — Commeneing at a post iilanted about eight 
miles distant and in a southerly direction from 
Klaskish Inlet, the said post being inscribed 
*■ D. F.'s S.E. corner,” containing (>-10 acres, com- 
mencing at this post; thence north 80 chains; 
thence west 80 chains; thence south .80 chains; 
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement. 
Dated November 23rd, 1911. 

DOROTHY FLOYER. 

jal Tom Ildstad, Agent . 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Percy Byug Hall, of Vic- 
toria. B.C., broker, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands; 
Commencing at a post planted about six miles 
distant, in a southerly direction from Klaskish 
Inlet, the said post being inscribed “ P. B. IP's 
N.E. corner ” ; thence south 80 chains, west 80 
chains, north 80 chains, east 80 chains to point 
of commencement, and containing G-10 acres. 

Dated November 23rd, 1911. 

P. BYNG HALL. 

jal Tom Ildstad, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Percy Stevenson, of Vic- 
toria, retired, intends to apply for peTmission 
to imrchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted about eight miles distant 
and in a southerly direction from Klaskish Inlet, 
the said post being inscrilicd ” P. S.’s N.W. cor- 
ner.” containing GIO acres; tlience south 80 chains; 
thence east 80 chains ; thence north 80 chains ; 
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement. 
Dated November 23rd, 1911. 

PERCY STEVENSON. 

ja4 Tom Ildstad, Agent . 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 4. 

T ake notice that Louis Schorn, of Telkwa, 
merchant, intends to apiily for permission to 
purchase the following described lands; — Com- 
mencing at a post planted on the north bank of 
the Nadena River, about 40 chains up the river 
from the mouth of Fish Creek ; thence 80 chains 
north; thence 80 chains west; thence 80 chains 
south to the river bank; thence following the bank 
to point of commencement; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated November 27th, 1911. 

J'H LOUIS SCIIORN, 


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LAND NOTICES. 


LAND NOTICES. 


VICTOUIA I.ANI) DISTUirT. 


AMMOKNI I-A.\l) DIS'rUIC'I'. 


Disruin ok ('oast, liANciK U. 
rilAKK XO'riCK tliat lOllu-l Koimt, of Toronto. 
I mirsf. iiilciiils to iii)|il.v for piMinissioii to piir- 
lli(‘ following; (l(>scrilii‘il land's: ('oniiniMiciiiK 
at a post plaiitod at tlio nort li-oast coriu'r of Lot 
Uivors Inlot. Victoria Land Kisirict, District 
of Coast, Uanjjc 2; tlicncc ivorlh TO chains; thcncc 
wi'st -10 chains; tluMicc .south 70 chains; thcncc cast 
•10 cliains to i)oint of coinincnccincnt ; contoinin}? 
2S0 acr('s. more or less. 

Dated Decemher 'JTtli. TOIL 

ETIIDI. KOrEU. 

ja4 .1. E. Tait, Agent. 


ALT.EUNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict ok Rokkut. 

T .VKE notice that Thomas R. .lames, of Vic- 
toria, salesman, intends to apply for |)er- 
mission to purchase the followintt described lands: 
Commenciin; at a i)ost i)lanted about twelve miles 
distant and in a southerly direction from Klaskisb 
Inlet, the said post laMiif; inscribed “ '1'. R. .I.'s 
S.E. corner”: thence north .SO chains; thence west 
SO chains: thence south SO chains; thence east .SO 
chains to i)oiiit of commencement; containing 0-10 
acres. 

Dated November 2.^th, 1011. 

TOM R. .TAMES. 

ja4 IMm Ild.stai), .‘\geiit. 


ALRERNT LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T .VKE notice that Ada Sutton, of Victoria, 
R.C., married woman, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the followin.i; described 
lands :—^Commpncinf; at a post planted about ten 
miles distant and in a southerly direction from 
Klaskisb Inlet, the said post heins inscribed 
“A. S.'s N.W. corner”: thence south 80 chains; 
thence east 80 chains; thence north SO chains; 
thence west .80 chains to point of commencement ; 
containina: 040 acres. 

Dated November 24th, 1011. 

ADA SUTTON. 

ja4 Tom Ildstad. Agent. 


ALRERNT LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Roderick MacKenzie, of 
I'ictoria. broker, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the followiiiK described lands ; 
('ommencina at a post planted about opposite 
Shelter Island, half a mile distant of south end 
of Shelter Island, in Klaskisb Inlet, the said post 
being inscribed ” R. M.’s N.W. corner ” ; thence 
south along shore-line 80 chains ; thence east .SO 
chains ; thence north 80 chains ; thence west 80 
chains to point of commencement; containing G40 
acres. 

Dated November 25th, 1911. 

RODERICK Mackenzie. 
ja4 Tom Ildstad, Agent. 


ALRERNT LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T .\KE NOTICE that Charles Tennent. of Vic- 
toria, accountant, intends to apply for pei- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about twelve miles 
distant and in a southerly direction from Klaskisb 
Inlet, the said post being inscribed “ C. T.’s S.W. 
corner ” ; thence north .80 chains ; thence east 80 
chains ; thence south 80 chains ; thence w'est 80 
chains to point of commencement: containing 640 
acres. 

Dated November 25th, 1911. 

CHARLES TENNENT. 

ia4 Tom Ildstad, Agent. 


Di.strict ok Rupert. 

rilAKE .NO'I'K'IO llml Lizzie C. h'egaii, of \'ic- 
-L loria. R.('.. marri.d woman, iiileiid.s to aitply 
for permission to purchase I he lollowiiig d(‘seribed 
lands: ( 'onimeiiciiig at a post plaiiled about ten 
miles distani, in a southerly direction from Klas- 
kish Inlet, the said post being inscribed “ L. C. h’.’s 
S.E. corner ” ; Ihence north .80 chains; thence west 
.80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence east .80 
chains to point of commencement; containing 610 
acres. 

Dated .November 24th. 1911. 

LIZZIE C. EECAN. 

ja4 Tom Ildstad, .Agent. 


ALl’.ERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District ok Rarkley. 

rilAKE NOTK'E that Erwlerick I/wi Wilson, 
1 of \Veyburn, .S'lskalchewan. farmer, intemis 
|o api>ly for permission to ]Hirchas(' thi' following 
(h'seribed huidN.; — f'ommcncing at a jiofit ])lante(l 
about 5 or 6 elm ins di'lant and in a northerly 
direction from Rlack Lake. I’ach.ena Ray, Rarkley 
District: Ihence wesit SO chains: Ihence south .80 
chains; thence east .80 chains; thence north .80 
chains. 

Dale<l December .'50th. R)11. 
jal FREDERICK LEVI WILSDN. 


ALRERNT LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that .lolm Moorhead Royd, of 
I'ictoria. R.C.. gentleman, intends to aiiply 
for permission to luirchase the following described 
lands: — ('omniencing at a iiost planted on the shore 
of I'ictoria Lake, (^uatsino Sound, on the east 
boundary of I^ot 172. Rupert District: thence north 
12 chains, more or less, to the southerly boundary 
of the “.Tune” Croup of Mineral ('laims; thence 
easterly along the southerly boundary of the 
“.lune” Croup to the south-east corner of the 
“ Amazon ” Mineral C'laim ; thence southerly to 
the northerly boundary of Lot 1.86: thence ivest 
to lake-shore: thence westerly following lake-shore 
to point of commencement : 50 acres, more or less. 
Dated November 21st, 1911. 

,701 IN MOORHEAD ROYD. 
j.i4 Frank Ratterso.n, .Agent. 

ALRERNT LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrtct of Rupert. 

f MAKE NOTICE that Cwendolen H. Sutton, of 
-L 1 ictoria, R.C., spinster, intends to aiijily for 
Iiermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — C'ommeucing at a post planted about ten 
miles distant and in a southerly direction from 
Klaskisb Inlet, the said ])03t being inscrilx'd 
“ C. 11. S.'s N.E. corner”; thence south .80 chains; 
thence west .80 chains; thence north ,80 chains; 
thence east .80 chains to point of commencement; 
containing 640 acres. 

Dated November 25th, 1911. 

CWENDOLEN II. SUTTON. 
Tom Ildstad, Agent. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


I jlAIvE NOTICE that I, Marie Kerruish, of Yale, 
-L R.C.. married woman, intend to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted at the south-east 
corner of Lot (95. Cassiar ; thence south 80 chains, 
east cO chains, north 80 chains, w^est 80 chains to 
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres 
more or less. ’ 

Dated December 11th, 1911. 

marie kerruish. 

^ John Dorsey, Agent. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


Sr.OCAN LAND DISTRICT. 


District of West Kootenay. 

T ake notice tliat William Newmau. of Sil- 

verton, miner, intends? to apply for permission 
to piircliase the followinj? d'escribetl' lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted on the west shore of 
Slocan I.ake at the north-cast corner of Lot 8427 ; 
thence 20 chains north along the lake-shore; thence 
20 chains west; thence 40 chains south to the 
south-west corner of Lot 8427; thence 20 chains 
west; thence 20 chains north; thence 40 chains 
east to the point of commencement. 

Dated January 10th. 1012. 
jalS . WILLIAM NEWMAN. 


DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3. 


mAKE NOTICE that S. Le Cogue Grant, of 
Bella Coola, B.C.. farmer, intends to apply 
for i)ermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post i)lanted at tbe 
north-east corner of my application for purchase, 
or from the nortli-west corner of Lot 4 on south 
shore-line of Bella Coola Inlet, or North Bentick 
Arm ; thence north 40 chains, west 20 chains, 
south 40 chains, east 20 chains to post of com- 
mencement ; containing 40 acres. 

Dated December 14th, 1911. 
jalS S. Le COGUE GRANT. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Coast, Range 1. 

T ake notice that Frederick James Yeandle, 
of Vancouver, B.C., lumberman, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
on the north bank of the Southgate River, on the 
east line of Imt 052, Coast District, Range 1, about 
35 chains distant, and in a southerly direction 
from tbe north-east corner of I.ot 552 ; thence east 
80 chains : thence south 40 chains ; thence west 80 
chains; thence north 40 chains to the point of 
commencement. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 

FREDERICK JAMES YEANDLE. 
jalS IVii.i.iAM Ross Elumerfei.t, Agent. 


RENFREW LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Victoria. 

rnAKE NOTICE that 1. Harry Rudge, of Vic- 
I toria, hotelkeeper, intend to apiily for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commimeing at a post jilanted at the north-east 
coimer of Lot 277; thencf' west 80 chains; thence 
north (iO chains; Ihi'iice east 40 chains to E. and 
N. boniHlary-line ; Ukuicc south-easterly along E. 
ami N. boundary-line to a iioint where the latitude 
eiiiials 50 chains south; thence south 10 chains, 
more or less>. to point of commencement, and con- 
taining 300 acre.s, more or less. 

Dated December ISih, 1911. 

HARRY RFDGE. 

jalS F. H. Sager, Agent. 


RENFREW LAND DISTRICT. 


District of I’ictoria. 

rjI.M\E ND'I’IGE that 1. Janet Kiiipen, of Vic- 
1 toria. B.C,, married woman, intend to aiiply 
for iiermi.ssion to imrchase the following described 
lands Commencing at a post planted about 20 
chains north from the south-east corner of Lot 290. 
marked “.I. K.’s S.W. coimer"; thence north 00 
chains to the E. and N. boundary-line; tlience 
soul h-i'ast('rly along th-e E. and N. boundary-line 
to a point where the latitude equals 00 chains 
south; thence 40 chains west to iwint of com- 
mencement. and containing 120 acre.s. imu'c or less. 
Dated December 18th, 1911. 

JANET KlBl’EN. 

jalS F. H. Sager, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 


RENFREW LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Victoria. 

riJAKE NOTICE that I, Katherine Rudge, of Vic- 
JL toria, B.C., married woman, intend to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
north-west corner; thence south 80 chains; thence 
east SO chains ; thence north-westerly following the 
E. and N. boundary-line to a point where the lati- 
tude equals 80 chains north ; thence 5 chains west 
to point of commencement, and containing 3G0 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 

KATHERINE RUDGE. 

jalS F. H. Sager, Agent, 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 3. 

rilAKE NOTICE that Guy McMillan, of Vancou- 
JL ver, B.C., cruiser, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted at north-west corner 
of Timber Limit No. 1025. Kwatna Arm; thence 
south SO chains; thence west 20 chains, more or 
less, to shore; thence north 80 chains along shore 
to mouth of the Kwatna River; thence east 20 
chains, more or less, along Kwatna River to point 
of commencement. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 
jalS GUY McMillan. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

^IIAKE NOTICE that Harry Brawn, of Vancou- 
J. ver. B.C., labourer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchasie the following described lands ; 
Commencing at a post planted' on the east shore of 
Pinkut Lake and about three miles south and a 
mile and three-quartei's east fram traverse post M 
on Babine-Decker Lake Trail ; thence 40 chains 
east, SO chains north, SO chains west, more or less, 
to lake-shore ; thence south-easterly along lake-shore 
to point of commencement, and‘ containing 480 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 14th, 1911. 

HARRY BRAIVN. 

ialS Gordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict of Coast, Range 5. 
rPAKE NOTICE that Frank Brawn, of Vancou- 
I ver, B.C., clerk, intends? to apply for iiermis- 
siou to i)urchasie the following described' lands ; 

I Commencing at a post planted on the west shore 
of Pinkut Lake and about four miles south and two 
miles east of traverse post M on Babine-Decker 
Lake Trail ; thence south 80 chains, west 80 chains, 
north 80 chains, east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing (HO acres, more or less. 

Dated Decemher 15th, 1911. 

FRANK BRAIVN. 

jalS Gordon S. Wilson, Agent. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

ril.VKE N'Ol'ICE that Robert Crawford, of New 
1 Wes>tminster, B.C., clerk, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands :— Commencing at a post planted on the west 
shore of Pinkut Lake and about three miles? south 
a ml one mile east of traveme post M on Babine- 
Di'cker Lake Trail ; thence west SO chains, north 
SO chains, east 00 chains, more or less, to lake- 
shore; thence southerly along Iake-!?hore to point of 
commencement, and containing 500 acres, more or 
lesK. 

Dated December 15th, 1911. 

ROBERT CRAIVFORD. 

' jal8 Gordon S. MTlson, Agent. 


1 1 no 


I'^KKif I’AitY ‘J'Jni*, 'I’lll'i l»l{IO'ISII ('()HT.MinA I I*-'- 


LAND NOTICES. 


ski;i:na lank nis’rijic'r. 

Disriiti r OK (.U i kn (’makku ik Isi.amis. 
rilAKl'I Nn'I'ICl'' tliiil 'riiiiinns .Mi'I'AviUi, of N'iiii 
■ L roiivcr, imiimfai-tiircr, iiiti'uds Id appl.v 

far pcraiissiim to purchase tlic I'olhiwiip; dcscrilicd 
lands: ( 'iiMiini'iiciiif; at a past planted alaait ten 

miles (‘ast and eitjhl miles smith frmn the smith- 
east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. II, (Irahain 
Island; thence Sit chains s.mth ; thence Si) <-hains 
\V(‘st ; llimice SI) chains north; thence SO chains 
east to i)lace of commencemi'iit ; contiiininft tilt* 
acres. 

Dated Decemhi'r ol.st, RUl. 

TlIlhMAS McKWAX. 

feS Roman' ('kosh. Af/oit. 


SKIOKXA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disthict op t^inaoN Co Am.orno Isi.and.s. 
rp.VKE NOTICE that .Tames Na.sh, of Van- 
J- eonver, R.C., shoemaker, intends to ))l>pl.V 
for pel-mission to purchase th(> followiiift described 
lamls: — Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles cast and eight mill's smith from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, (Iraliam 
Island ; thence SO chains smith ; thence SO chains 
east; thence SO chains north; thence SO chains 
west to place of cmninencement ; containing l!-IO 
acres. 

Dated December 31st, 1011. 

.TAMES NASH. 

feS RonF.iiT Cko.ss. Af/oit. 


SKEEN A LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Ciiaiu.otte Islands. 

T ake notice that Ilella IV. Cross, of Van- 
couver, n.C.. clerk, intends to appl.y for i)er- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
C’oinmencing at a post planted about ten miles 
east and eight miles smith from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham Island ; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains cast; 
thence SO chains south ; thence 80 chains west to 
place of commencement; containing 040 acres. 
Dated December 31st, 1011. 

BELLA W. CROSS. 

fW-S IloiiEKT Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA I.AND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Waiter W. Cross, of 
Masset. B.C., farmer, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following descriln-d 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles east and eight miles south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11. Graham 
Island ; thence SO chains north ; thence .SO chains 
west ; thence SO chains south ; thence 80 chains 
east to place of commencement; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated December .31st, 1011. 

wai/per w. cross. 

K'S Rorert Cross, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


LAND NOTICES. 

SKEENA LAND DLSTRIf'l'. 

Dis'ii:!("i' OF (ji I I.N CiiAiii.o'i'iE Islands. 
rpAKE NOTICE that .\lc.\;iiidcr .McEwaii. of 
X \an<-uiivcr, B.C.. mannfacliii-cr, intends to 
apiil.v fill' permission to purchase the following 
described lands: I'ommeneing at )) post planted 
about l ight miles cast iind eight miles south from 
Iht' soiilh-easi coi'iier of Indian Reserve Xo. II, 
Gi-aham Island; theme ,S0 chains north; thence 
,S0 (bains east; thence ,S() chains south; thence 
SO chains west to iilaee of commencement; con- 
taining IMO acres. 

Dated December 30th, 1011. 

A I .E X .\ N D E R M c E WLV N. 

A'S Rorert Cross, .igent. 


.SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Charlotte Island, s. 

rp.VKE NO'ITCIO that William VV'ilsoii, of Van- 
JL couver, B.C., shoemaker, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a jiost iilanti-d about eight 
miles cast and eight mill's south' from the sovithreast 
corner of Imlian Re-oerve No. 11, Graham Island; 
ihcnce ,‘'1) chains north; th.ence .SO chains west; 
thence .'“tO chains south ; thence .SO chains east to 
place of commencement; containing 1540 acres. 

Dafed December 30tl), 1011. 

WILLIAM WILSON. 

fo8 Rorert Cross, .Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DLSTRICT. 


District of QIueen Charlotte Islands. 

T .VKE notice that Benjamin Tayloi-, of Van- 
couver, B.C., shoemaker, intends to appl.y 
for permi.ssion to ])Ui-chase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about eight 
miles east and eight miles south from the sonth- 
(■a.s't corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence .SO chains south ; thence SO chains 
west; thence SO chains north; tln-nce SO chains 
east to place of commencement ; containing (540 
acres. 

Dated December 30th, 1011. 

BEN.T A.MIN TAY I.QR. 

iVS Rorert Cross, .Agent. 


.SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T AKIC N03TCE that .Tohn Robert Bo.ycs, of 
Vancouver, B.C., labourer, intends to apply 
for iiermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles east and ten miles south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence SO chains north ; thence SO chains 
west ; thence 80 chains south ; thence SO chains 
east to place of commencement; containing 040 
acres. 

Dated December 31st, 1011. 

.lOlIN ROBERT BOYES. 

Rorert Cross. Agent. 

SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte IsLjVNds. 

T .VKE notice that Elizabeth Boyes, of Van- 
couver, B.C., housewife, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles east and ten miles south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence SO chains south ; thence .SO chains 
east; thence .SO chains north; thence 80 chains 
west to place of commencement; containing (540 
acres. 

Dated December 31st, 1911. 

ELIZABETH I50YES. 

l^'S Robert Cross, Agent. 


DLsi'iHCT OF Queen Charlotte Islands. 


rpAKE NOTICE that Agnes W. Cross, of 
-L iMasset. B.C., housewife, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands :— Commencing at a post planted about ten 
miles east and ten miles south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence SU chains south ; thence SO chains 
west; thence 80 chains north; thence SO chains 
east to place of commencement ; containing (540 
acres. 


Dated December 31st, 1911. 

AGNES W. CROSS. 

Robert Cross, Agent. 


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THE BlHTISn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nu, 1012. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SLOGAN LAND DISTRICT. 


District of West Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Frederick D, Cowie, of 
Caledonia, Out., farmer, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following dieecribed 
land.s : — Commencing at a post planted about three- 
quarters of a mile distant and in a westerly direc- 
tion from Gutelius: thence 20 chains west; thence 
20 chains soulh : thence 20 chains east; thence 20 
chains north to point o;f commencement, tying on 
Lot 3(510 : containing about 40 acres. 

Dated January Slh, 1912. 

FREDERICK D. COWIE. 
jalS Eugar Jamieson, Agent. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cowiciian. 

T ake notice that Martin Allerdale Grainger, 
of Victoria, B.C., Rrovincial civil servant, 
intends to apply for permission to purchase the 
following described lands: — Commencing at a post 
planted' on the shore of a small island, near the 
entrance of Boot Cove, Saturna Is.land, at the 
north-west corner of said island, and. following the 
shore thereof to the point of commencement ; being 
1 acre, more or less. 

Dated December 23i’d. 1911. 
jail MARTIN ALLERDALE GRAINGER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

T ake notice that Amos Wells, of Alder- 

mere, rancher, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted one mile east and 
one mile north from the north-cast corner of 
Section 35. Township G ; thence south SO chains, 
east 80 chains, north 80 chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; containing G40 acres. 

Dated December 4th, 1911. 
ja4 AISIOS WELI.S. 


CLAYOQUOT LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Alberni. 

riJAKE NOTICE that William J. Stone, of 
X Tofino, B.C., retired, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
landw : — Commencing at a post planted 200 yard.s 
south-east of Jacobsen Island, Clayoquot Sound, 
and included by the boundaries of the island 
on which said post is planto'-d ; and comprising the 
whole island of 15 acres, more or less. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
de28 WILLIAM JOHN STONE. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 3. 

T ake NOITCE that Herbert Sutherland, of 
Bella (’oola, engineer, intends to apiily for 
pei'inission to purcha.se the following described 
lands: — (’ommencing at a post planted 20 chains 
east from the north-west corner of Section 23. 
'rownship G. Bella (’oola; tlumce south 20 chains; 
thence east 40 chains; thence north 20 chains; 
thence west 40 chains to (loint of commencement. 

Dated .Tanuarv Sth. 1912. 
fel HERBERT SUTHERLAND. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T .VKE NOTICE that A. M. Lyon, of Port 
Hardy, B.C., storekeeper, intends to apply 
for iiermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about 40 
chains west of Duval Point. Hardy Bay, Rupert 
District. Vancouver Island, and marked “A. M. Ij.’s 
N.W. corner”: thence south 20 chains, more or 
less, to north-west corner of T.L. 4224.3; thence 
east 40 chains, more or les.s, to north-east corner 


of said T.L. ; thence south 20 chains, more or less, 
to the shore-line ; thence northerly and westerly 
along shore to point of commencement; containing 
100 acres, more or less. 

Dated November 22nd, 1911. 

A. M. LYON. 

ja4 Roy L. Horie, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp AKE NOTICE that Christina Chalmers, of 
Vancouver, B.C., spinster, intends .to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted' about two 
miles north and two miles west from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve No. 11, Graham Island ; 
thence south SO chains: thence west SO chains; 
thence north SO chains; thence east SO chains to 
place of commencement ; containing G40 acres. 

Dated January 10th. 1912. 

CHRISTINA CHALMERS. 
feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


T ake notice that I, Benjamin Roberts, of 
New Westminster, lumberman, intendi to apply 
for permission to purchas’e the following described 
lands : — Commencing at •& post planted 20 chains 
north of Timber Licence No. 407SO, Read Island ; 
thence west 20 chains; thence north 20 chains; 

thence west 20 chains ; thence north 20 chains ; 

thence wes-t 20 chains ; thence north 40 chains ; 

thence east 25 chains, more or less, to the shore 

■of Drew Passage Calm Channel ; thence following 
shore in a south-easterly direction to place of com- 
mencement ; containing 200 acres. 

Dated January 30th. 1912. 
fel BEN ROBERTS. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Barclay. 

T ake notice that Joseph Francis Hanna, of 
Port Alberni, lumberman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted on the north 
shore of Sarita Lake, about half a mile from outlet 
of Lake; thence 40 chains north; thence SO chains 
east ; thence 40 chains south, more or less, to shore 
of lake; thence following lake-shore to point of 
commencement ; containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated JanuaiY 2nd. 1912. 
fel JOSEPH FRANCIS HANNA. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Beatrice I^enora Grout, of 
I’ancouver, B.C., married woman, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
about SO ch.ains east and 20 chains soiith of a north- 
west angle of L)t 173: thence west 80 chains to 
Lot 173: thence north 20 chains to north-west angle 
of I>ot 173: thence eas>t 80 chains; thence south 20 
chains to point of commencement; IGO acres, more 
or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS BEAl’RICE LENORA GROUT. 


SKEENA I.AND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 
rn.VKE NOTICE that I. Abraham H. Barber, of 
1 I’rince Rupert, B.C., miner, intend to apply 
for iiermission to purchase the following described 
lands: — '(’ommencing at a post planted at the 
south-we.s't corner of a small island about 25 chains 
north and 2 chains east of the north-west corner 
of Lot 132.3. Range 5, Const District, Porcher 
Island ; thence following the shore-line in a north- 
easterly direction about 20 chains to the north end 
of the island ; thence in a south-westerly direction 
along the shore-line about 20 chains to the point 
of commencement, being an island containing about 
40 acre.s, more or less. 

Dated December Gth, 1911. 
de21 ABRAHAM H. BARBER. 


LAND NOTICES 


LAND NOTICES. 

AIJ’.KIfNI I.AM> DIS'I'UKJT. 


SKKK.NA LAM) I )l S'I'K 1 ( 'T. 

DisTKicr OK Ciiaki.ottI'; Isi.ands. 

TMAKl'; NO’rH'l'] lliMl lOItliiim 1 •. (Converse, ol 
I lOst lu'i'villi', liiwa, raiiiior, iiitciHLs to apply for 
la'iniihMi'oii to puri'lia>>i' tlic foMowiii}; dcscoibi'Hl 
landw: ('oiiiiiU'iicbiK' at a ))i»sl plaii'li‘<l about twelve 
inib'.s ea-^il am! nine miles soiilli fiviii the soul li-east 
eoriier of liuiiiaii Reserve \'o. 11, (Jruliain Island; 
theiiee SO eliiaiiis south ; thence SO ehaiuH west ; 
tlumee SO eliains noi’lh; thence SO cliains eavl to 
place of conuueaicemeat ; coirlainins (i-10 acres. 

Dated January Ist, 1012. 

KLTllA.M 1). COXVERSIO. 
fe*8 Rohkkt Cuo.ss, Aycnt. 


SKEEXA LAXl) DISTRICT. 


DlSTUlCT OK QtlKKiV Cll AIO-OTTIO Lsi.A.N’ D.S. 
rilAKE XOTICE that Fielder \V. Converse, of 
Estherville, Iowa, bamker, intend:? to appb 
for permission to purchase llie followiiif; desciibed 
lands:- — Commenciiifr at a |H>st planted about twelve 
miles eias?t and nine mileis Kouith from the sou'th-ea.sl 
comer of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, (Jrahain Isilaiuli; 
thence SO chains south ; thence SO chains east ; 
thence SO chains north ; thence SO chains west to 
place of commeiiceiuent ; containing (MO acres. 

Dated January 1st, 1012. 

FIELDER W. COXVERSE. 
feS Roukut Cuoss, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rp AKE XOTICE 'that Etiie D. Coiivei-sc, of 
X Estherville, Iowa, housewife, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about twelve 
miles east and eleven mile:? south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Craham 
Island; thence 80 chains north-; thence SO chains 
east ; thence SO chaing south ; thence SO chains west 
to place of commence-ment ; containing 040 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated January 1st, 1012. 

EFFIE D. COXVERSE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake X-OTICE that Emma Converse, of Esther- 
ville, Iowa, housewife, intends to apply for 
permission to purcha-se the following described 
land;g: — Commencing at a p-osit planted' about twelve 
miles east and eleven miles south from the south- 
east corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham 
Island ; thence SO chaing north ; thence SO chains 
west ; thence SO chains south ; thence SO chains eagl 
to place of commencement; containing 040 acres. 
Dated January 1st, 1912. 

EMMA COXVERSE. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


rpAKE XOTICE that I’eter Sibbald, of Rox- 
X boroughshire, Scotland, clerk, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted: at the 
nortli-west corner of Lot COtJS, Range 5, Coast 
District ; thence west 40 chains ; thence north 30 
chains, more or less, to the south boundary of 
A. Hausen’s pre-emption ; thence east 10 chains, 
more or less, to the shore-line of Smith Island; 
thence south-easterly along saidi shore-line 50 
chain.s. more or less, to the point of com-mence- 
meiit ; containing GO acres, more or less. 

Dated January 20th, 1912. 

PETER SIBBALD. 

feS W. Sibbald, Agent. 


DLSTRICT ok Rttl-ERT. 

rpAKE XOTICE Hull David Ryan, of Vancouver, 
1 erui-’er, inleiid.'i to apidy for permission 

to purehasi' the fidlowing describi'd lands: Com- 
nieneing at a ji 'St jdanted about I he sout h-easi angle 
of Lot 173, on Ihc Cleogh ; Ihmice north GO chains 
to north-east -angle of Lot 173; thence west 40 
chains; thence sHUith 20 chains, moi'e or less, to 
Chsigh Rivei'; thence following the river gotilli K) 
chains, mois' or less; thenc(“ east 20 chains, inoic 
or les.v, to point of commencement ; ISO acres, more 
or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
fe.s DAVID RVAX. 


SKEEXA l.AXD DlSTTtlC’l'. 


District ok Queen Charlotte Islands. 

rp.-VKE XOTICE that G. C. McKenellcy, o-f Van- 
1 couver, B.C., i-etircd, intends t'o aiiply for per- 
mission to purcha.sic the following described lands: 
Commencing ait a post iilanted about si'ven miles 
(M.s't and geven mills south from -the soulh-ca.st 
coiner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham Lsland ; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains- eas-i ; 
thence 80 chains gouth ; thence SO chains west to 
place of commcncc'im'nt ; containing 040 acres. 
Dated December 30!h, 1911. 

G. C. McKEXELLEY. 

feS Robert Cross, Agcifi. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
LpAKE XOTICE that Frank Taylor, of Vancou- 
ver, B.C., shoemaker, intends to apply for iier- 
misgion -to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a -post plamted a-bout seven miles 
east ami seven mileg south from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham Island ; 
thence 80 chains noirth ; thence SO chains wegt ; 
thence 80 chains siouth ; -thence SO chains east to 
place of commencemeaul ; containing G40 acres. 
Dated December 30-lh, 1911. 

FRAXK TAYLOR. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rpAKE XOTICE that Clyde Edwards, of Vancou- 
1 . ver. B.C.. machinist, intendg to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described landg; 
Commencing at a post planted about seven miles 
eag, and seven miles south from the south-eagt 
comer of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham Igland ; 
theince 80 chains south; thence 80 cha-ins west; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains east to 
place of commencement ; containing GAO acreg. 
Dated December 30th, 1911. 

CLYDE EDWARDS. 

feS Robert Cross, Agent. 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
ryi AKE XOTICE that James- Mitchell Dryden, of 
J- Vancouver, B.C., casemaker, intends to apply 
for permission to purchage the following described 
lands ; — Commencing at a post -planted about seven 
miles east and six miles goutli from the south-east 
corner of Indian Reserve Xo. 11, Graham Island; 
thence SO cha-ing north ; thence SO chains east ; 
thence 80 chains south ; thence SO chains west to 
point of commencement; containing G40 acres. 

Dated December .301 h, 1911. 

JAMES MITCHELL DRYDEX. 

Robert Cross, Agent. 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[February 22nd^ 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SAY WARD LAND DISTRICT. 


mAKE NOTICE that .Tohn George Hardy, of 
-L Courtenay, R.C., auctioneer, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted on the 
jiortli bank of Cranberry Lake and south-east 
corner of T.L. R0^G12 ; thence west 40' chains; 
thence south 40 chains ; thence east 20 chains ; 
thence north-east 40 cliains to point of cominence- 
ment, and containing 110 acres, or thereabouts.. 

Dated January 14th, 1912. 

.TOilN GEORGE HARDY, 
fel.j Reginald Cahwitiien, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that Mabel Hardy, of Courte- 
nay. R.C., married woman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
north-east corner of T.L. oOOll ; thence south 80 
chains ; thence east 40 chains ; thence north SO 
chains ; thence west 40 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 320 acres, more or less. 
Dated January 14th, 1912. 

MABEL HARDY. 

fel5 Reginald Carwitiien, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that Henry Luder Carwithen, 
of Sandwick, B.C., farmer, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
nortl’.-west corner of T.L. 1958; thence north 80 
chains; thence east 00 chains; thence south 80 
chains ; thence west 00 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 480 acres, more or less. 
Dated Januarj’ 13th, 1912. 

HENRY LUDER CARWITHEN. 
fel5 Reginald Carwithen, Agent. 


UMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District oe Casstar. 

r'jlAKE NOTICE lliat Edward J. Tate, of Hazel- 
L toil, relail trad.er, inlends to apply for per- 
miission to purchase tlie following d'escribed lands: 
Commencing at a post planted about 40 chains cas-t 
from tine iiorth-casL corner of Lot 837 ; (hence west 
40 chains, south 40 chains, east 40 chains, north 
40 chains to jioinr of commencement; containing 
100 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 29tli, 1912. 
fel5 EDWARD J. TATE. 


UMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rP.\KE NOTICE that John K. Erieml, of Los 
1 Angeles. Cal.. |iros))ector, intendri lo apiily 
for iiermission lo [mrehase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post idanted 80 chains 
ea^t of the south-east corner of Lot 2170; thence 
40 Chains oasit. 40 chains, more or k'ss, south to 
Bulkley River; 40 chainsi west, meandering river 
bank; 40 chains, more or less, nortlr to .point of 
commencement ; 100 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 24th, 1912. 
fel5 JOHN K. FRIEND. 


OMINEt'A LAND DISTRICT. 


Dlstrict oe Ca.ssiar. 

rM.\KE NOTICE that .Mian G. Johnson , of 
1 Hazelton, labourer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a post planted 100 chains east of 
the north-east corner of Lot 2170; thence 40 chains 
west. 40 chains north. 40 chains east, 40 vliains 
soul'll to point of commencement; containing 100 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 24th, 1912. 
fel5 ALLAN G. JOHNSON. 


LAND NOTICES. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Rupert. 

fJJAKE NOTK'E that Masami Onaka, of Van- 
JL couver. B.C.. storekeeper, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described! 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted about five 
miles north and one mile and a half west of the 
south-east corner of Township 24. Rupert District, 
and marked; “ iM. O.’si S.E. corner ” ; thence north 
40 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence south 40 
chains; thence east 40 chains to point of com- 
mencement. audi containing 100 acres, more or less. 
Applying for the South-'wegt Quarter of Section 35, 
Township 24. 

Dated February 1st, 1912. 

MASAMI ONAKA. 

fel5 Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that Edith Wilson, of Lytham, 
England, married woman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted about half 
a mile east from the south bank of Trout Lake 
and about one mile south from the most northerly 
cud of Trout I.ake ; thence south SO chains; 
thence east 40 chains ; thence north 80 chains ; 
thence west -10 chains to point of commencement, 
and containing .320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 

EDITH WILSON. 

fel5 Reginald Carwithen, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that Edith Lacy Bates, of 
Lytham, England, widow, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted on the 
south bank of Trout Lake and about two miles 
from the most northerly end of said Trout Lake ; 
thence cast SO chains ; thence north 40 chains ; 
thence southerly along the bank of said lake 80 
chains to point of commencement, and containing 
SO acres, more or less. 

Dated January lltli, 1912. 

EDITH I.ACY BATES. 

fel5 Reginald Carwithen, .Igent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

TTl.VKE NOTIt'E that Augustus M’. .Vgnew, of 
J- I’rince Rupert, B.C., civil engineer, intends 
to apply for permission to purchase the following 
descrilied lands: — Commencing at a jmst planted 
at the .south-W('st coriu'r of Lot 03.5, Range 5, 
Coast District: thence south 40 chains, more or 
less, to east hank of Hocsall River; thence follow- 
ing said cast bank northerly and westerly to mouth 
of I’alls River Slough ; thence following bank of 
.said slough easteidy to iioint of commencement; 
to contain (>0 acres, more or less. 

Dated February 1st, 1912. 
fe]5 AUGUSTUS W. AG NEW. 


NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 


District of New Westminster. 

T .VKE notice that IV. S. McDonald and 
Ilugii Wilson, botli of A'ancouver, B.C.. gen- 
eral contractors, intend to apply for iiermission 
to purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted at the head of IMelaney 
t ove. marked “ South-east corner ” ; thence north 
1.5 chains; thence west 20 chains; thence south 
15 chains: thence east 20 chains to point of coin- 
mencement. 

Dated January ISth, 1912. 

W. S. MCDONALD. 

UH5 HUGH WILSON. 




Fkiwuiakv lIliNi), V.)V2.\ TlllO lllilTISII (’Ol.r.M IM A (lAZFTTI*:. 


LAND NOTICES. 


O.MIXKCA l.A.M) DIS'l'KlCr. 


DisTUurr ok Cassiau. 

rnAKK XO'I'lCl'; lli«il Xuali Wolistcr {'allioiiii, of 
1 l.os Aiifji'k's, Cal., retinal, iiilt>inls lo aiijily 
for pi'nnissioii to purcliasi' llii* followiii;? (k'siTiia'ii 
land'.s: ( ’iviiiau'iiciii"; at it post plaiilt'd alioiil (M) 
ohaiiiri iiorlli of mouth of Six-mile ('reek; llieiicc' 
south ;{(> chaius, we.-il .‘tO ehaiiis, north lU) ehaiii-s, 
east ;>(» chains to point of coiiunenceinent ; eoniaiu- 
in^: 1-0 acre.s, more or less. 

i)ated .January lloth, IDl'J. 
fel.") XOAll WKllSTKli (.'ALIIOCX. 


SAYWAUl) LAND DISTRICT. 


mAKE NOTK'E that lloginald Carwithen, of 
-L Sandwick, 1!.C., farmer, intend.s to api)ly for 
permission to pur(dia.se the followinf; described 
lauds: — Commencing at a post planti'd at the 
north-east corner of 'J'.L. -10770; thence north SO 
chains; thence west SO chains; tlumce south 80 
chains ; thence east SO chains ti) the i>.)int of com- 
mencement, and containing (JIO acres or there- 
abouts. 

Dated .Tanuary l.'Ub, 1012. 
fel5 KEOINALD CAUWITHEN. 


SAYWAUl) LAND DISTRICT. 

T .\.K10 notice that Christian Carwithen, <jf 
Sandwick, R.C., carpenter, intend.s to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Clommencing at a post planted at the 
suuth-west corner of I’re-cmptioii Record 2S00 ; 
thence north 20 chains ; thence west SO chains ; 
thence semth 20 chains ; thence east SO chains to 
the point of commencement, and containing 100 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January loth, 1912. 

CHRISTIAN CARWITHEN. 
fel5 Reoinalu Cahwithen, Agent. 


SAY WARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake NDTICE that Herbert Howarth Rates, 
of Lytham, England, gentleman, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands : — Commencing at a post planted 
on the north bank of Trout Lake and at the south- 
west corner of T.L. 37470; thence north 20 chains; 
thence west SO chains ; thence south to the bank 
of said Trout Lake 20 chains; thence along the 
bank of said Trout Lake east SO chains to point 
of commencement, and containing 100 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 

HERRERT HOWARTH RATES, 
felo Reginald Cauwitjien, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that IMargaret Carwithen, of 
Sandwick, R.C., widow, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted on the 
north bank of Trout Lake and one mile west from 
the south-west corner of T.L. 37470; thence north 
40 chains ; thence west 40 chains ; thence south 
40 chains to the north bank of said Trout Lake ; 
thence along the north bank of said Trout Lake 
cast 40 chains to point of commencement, and 
containing 100 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 

MARGARET CARWITHEN. 
fclS Reginald Cahwithen, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

T ake notice that Kathleen Agnew, of 
Montreal, spinster, intends to apply for per- 
misisou to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted at the west point 
of the north-west corner of Lot G35, Range 5, 


DiOiirl, distant 13.73 cluiius houHi from 
the iiorlh-wcst coriu'r of the .said lot; theme west 
1(» ehains, moi'e or les-', to the east bank ol the 
Hoe.sall River; them-e .southerly along the bank 
of Calls River Slough easterly aiiiid northerly to 
point <if eommeneemeiit : to contain 40 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated I'chruary 1st, 1912. 

KA'l'IILEEN AGNEW. 

At’GU.sTfS W. Agnew, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DLSTRICT. 


T ake ND'I'ICE that Loui.sa .Marion Wood- 
cock, of Loudon, England, single woman, 
intends to ai)i>ly for permi-sioii to pui’chase tlu; 
following dcscriix'd lauds: — Commeiiciiig at a i)ost 
planted on the north bank of 'Lrout Lake and one 
mile ami a half west from the SDiith-west corner 
of T.L. 37470; thence north SO chains; thence 
west SO chains; thenc(‘ soiUh SO chains; tlumce 
(a-t SO ehains to point of commenceimmt, and 
oDtaiuing 010 acres, moi'e or less. 

Dalul .Iauuar\' 11th, 1912. 

LOnS.'i .MARIO.N WOODCOCK, 
f, 1.1 Reginai.d Cahwithen, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 

ryi-UxE NOTICE that Harriet Jane Rainbridge, 
-L of London. England, single wcuuan, intends 
to ajipl.v for permission to purchasi' the following 
described lauds: — Commencing at a post planted 
on tin- north bank of Trout Lake and about one 
mile from the most s uitherl.v end of tlu* said 'I'l'iUit 
Lake; thence along the bank of the said lake 
Southerly SU chains; thence mu'tb SO chains; 
thence east 40 chains to imint of commencement, 
and Containing 100 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 

HARRIET .lANE RAINRRIDGE. 
fel.D Reginald Cahwithe.n, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I’eter Roy Crain, of \'an- 
couver. R.C.. lumberman, intend.s to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — (.'ommencing at a post planted at the 
water's edge at the north-west corner of Rre- 
emption 2141; thence north SO chains; thence 
west 40 chains; thence south 80 chains, more or 
less ; thence east following shore-line to point of 
commencement; containin'’' 320 acres, more oi' less. 
Dated January 11th, 1912. 

I'ETER ROY CRAIN. 

fel5 George \'ehdieh. Agent. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT, RANGE 1. 


T ake NOTK'E that George Verdier, of Van- 
cotrrer, R.C., timber cruiser, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post [ilanted 40 chains 
south of the north-east corner of T.L. 38251 ; 
thence east 40 chains; thence north .SO chains; 
thence west 80 chains; thence south 40 chains; 
tl'.ence east 40 chains ; thence south 40 chains to 
point of commencement ; containing 480 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated January 9th, 1912. 
fel 5 GEORGE VERDIER. 


COAST LAND DISTRICT, RANGE 1. 


r 1 1 AKE notice that Elliot Alexander Ilaswell, 
-L of I'ancouver, R.C., broker, intends to apply 
foi pel mission to p’archase the following described 
lands Commencing at a post planted about 20 
chains south of the north-east corner of Lot 28, 
and at the coiner south of the aforesaid corner; 
thence noith chains, more or less, to corner of 
T.L. 38251 ; thence east 80 chains ; thence south 
o. chains, thence west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 400 acres, more or less 
Dated January 9th, 1912. 

ELLIOT ALEXANDER IIASWELL. 

George Verdier, Agent. 


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THE IHHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[February 22nd^ 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


YALE LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Yale. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Oe-orge Laurie Fraser, of 
JL Coalinan't. ILC., mine manager, intends to 
aiiply for ppi'inksiou to purchas'e the follovving 
desc-ribi'J lind'.s; — Commencing at a post pknted 
at tlie s'O'ntli-eaist corner of Lot 37S ; thence running 
.south 4(J cliains, wot (iO chains, noath 40 chains, 
('as't (it) chains to poim of coanmcncement ; contain- 
ing 1140 acres', more nr less. 

Dated at Coalmont, B.C., Januarj' 24th, 1012. 
fel.l G. L. FRASER. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Saywaud. 

T ake notice that I, Herbert IL Pidcock, of 
Guathiaski Cove, gentleman, intend, thirt.y 
days after date, to aiiply for permission to pur- 
cbase the following described lands : — Commencing 
at a post planted on beach of east coast Vancouver 
Island on Strait of Georgia, at Race Point, at 
north-east corner of Lot 30 ; thence west 57 chains 
05 links; thence noith 5 chains 75 links to beach; 
tlience following shore-line to place of commence- 
ment ; containing 30 acres, more or less. 

Dated February 5th, 1912. 
fel5 HERBERT H. PIDCOCK. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Saywaed. 

ryiAKE NOTICE that I, Harold Ware Hunter, 
J- of Hazelmere. B.C., manufacturer, intend to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the south-west corner of Lot 501 ; thence north 
35 chains ; thence west 58 chains ; thence south 
3.5 chains ; thence east 58 chains to the place of 
beginning. 

Dated .lauuary 27th, 1912. 

HAROLD WARE HUNTER. 
fel5 Frank Gilton Fox, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T LIKE NOTICE that Cora King, of Vancouver, 
B.C., spinster, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands; 
Commencing at a [lost jilanted about 33 chains 
east of the point of commencement of T.L. 30920, 
and alongside a surveyor's post bearing number 
215; thence noith 80 chains; thence east 40 
cliains; thence south 80 chains; thence west 40 
chains to point of commencement: containing 320 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 11th. 1912. 

CORA KING. 

ff.15 George N'erdier, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that Alice Pearce Haswell, of 
N'ancouver. B.C., married woman, intends to 
apiily for iiermission to purchase the following 
described hinds: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the south-east corner of T.L. No. 30804; thence 
west 80 chains; thence south SO chains; thence 
east 40 chains: thence north 40 chains; thence 
east 40 chains to water's edge; thence north 40 
chains along shore to point of commencement; 
containing 480 acres, more or less. 

Dated .Tanuary 10th, 1912. 

ALICE PEARCE HASWELL. 
fel5 George Veudier, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Saywaro. 

T ake notice that May Roper, of Toronto, 
spinster, intends to apply for permission to 
purchase the following described lands : — Com- 
mencing at a post planted on the west boundary 
of Lot 131, Cortes Island, Sayward District, 10 


(bains south of the north-west corner of Lot 131 
and on the south boundary of Pre-emption Record 
3903; thence south 07 chains, more or less, to 
the shore of Cortes Island ; thence westerly along 
high-water mark to the east boundary of Lot 300 ; 
thence north 20 chains ; thence west 25 chains ; 
thence south 2.80 chains to the shore of Blind 
Creek Harbour ; thence north-westerly along high- 
water mark to the east boundary of Section 10; 
thence north 53.1-1 chains to the south boundary 
of Pre-emption liecord 2847 ; thence east 07 chains 
to point of commencement; containing 350 acres, 
more or less. 

Dated January 20th, 1912. 

MAY ROPER. 

fel5 J. F. Tait, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that Robert Duff Kinmond. of 
Vancouver. B.C., broker, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west corner of Lot numbered 57 ; thence 
north 00 chains ; thence west GO chains ; thence 
south GO chains to water's edge ; thence east fol- 
lowing water's edge to point of commencement ; 
containing 3G0 acres, more or less. 

Dated January lOth, 1912. 

ROBERT DUFF KINMOND. 
fel5 George Verdier, Agent. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 

T ake notice that Alfred Tattersfield, of 
Prince Rupert, B.C., clerk, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds : — Commencing at a post planted one mile 
south and one mile east of the. mouth of Jal-uu 
River, Graham Island, on the north line of Timber 
Limit No. 37048 ; thence north 80 chains, more or 
less, to shore; thence east 80 chains, more or less, 
following shore-line to Timber Limit 3704G ; thence 
soutli 80 chains, more or less, to Timber Limit 
37048; thence west 80 chains, more or less, to point 
of commencement ; containing G40 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated January 8th, 1912. 

ALFRED TATTERSFIELD. 
fel5 CiiAS. M. Wilson, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

T ake notice that Edwin Reuben James 
Ives, of Quatsino, settler, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted about 200 
feet east of tlie north-west corner of Indian Reserve 
at mouth of the Tsuhpiate River; thence north 80 
chains, more or loss, to T.L. 43952; thence west 80 
chains, more or less, to R. R. Napier's application 
to purchase; thence south GO chains, more or less, 
along R. R. Napier’s aiiplication to purchase and 
J. Astley's application to purchase to angle of last- 
mentioned application to purchase; thence east 40 
chains; thence south 20 chains, more or less, to 
survey marked “ L. G7() " ; thence east 40 chains, 
more or less, to point of commencement, and con- 
.aining 5G0 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 14th, 1912. 
rel5 EDWIN R. J. IVES. 


QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS LAND 
DISTRICT. 


District of Skeena. 

T ake notice that Robert Johnson, of Masset, 
farmer, intends to apply for permission to 
purchase the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted about 80 chains in a 
northerly direction from the north-east corner of 
.Vpplication to Purchase SGG3, Masset Inlet, Gra- 
ham Island; thence west 15 chains; thence north 
40 chains; thence east 5 chains; thence along the 
slior(‘-line to point of commencement. 

Dated Masset, February 8th, 1912. 

Cel5 ROBERT JOHNSON. 


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Fkiiiutauy 2’Jni>, 1!)12.] 'I'III'] HIJl'I'ISII ('OLII.MIMA (lA/I'^l I l*-<. 


LAND NOTICES. 


SAYWAKI) I-AN'1> DISTUK"!'. 

rilAKlO N'O'rK’K that <1. Itola-rt I'.atos, of 
JL ( 'oiirtciiay, ival-astato an'‘iit, inti'iids to 

apply for poraiissioii to piin-liaso tlio following 
(Icscrilaal lands: ( 'ommi'iiciiiK at a post planted 
at till' sontli-east eoriier of 'I’.L. IHTTri; thence 

north SO chains; thence east -Itt idiains ; thence 

south l!0 chains; thence west -•> chains; thence 

south l!tt chains; thence west liO chains to the 

point id' eoinineiicemeiit, and containing oOO acres, 
more or less. 

Dated .Jaiinarv l.'Uh, 1!>12. 

(lEOKCD KOUEKT BATES. 

felT) Kkuinai.I) (’AKWITIIK.N, Af/cut. 

SAYWAltD LAND DISTUIDT. 


T ake notice that Louisa Sophia Bates, of 
('oiirtenay, B.C., married woman, intends 
to apply for iierinission to purchase the following 
descrihed lands: — Commencing at a post planted 
at the north-east corner of T.l,. 4077.^); thence 
north ,S() chains; thence east 20 chains; thence 
south .SO chains; thence west 20 chains to point 
of conimencement, and containing lOO acres, more 
or less. 

Dated .Tanuary L'lth. 1012. 

LOUISA SOPHIA BATES. 
fel.5 IlEGiNAi.i) Cauwithen, Af/etit. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


Destrict of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Ishio Kainbara, of A'an- 
couver, B.C.. dentist, intends to apply for per- 
missiiou to purchase the following described lands: 
Coinraencing at a post planted about three miles 
north and one mile west of the south-east corner 
of Township 24. Rupert District, and marked 
“1. K.’s S.E. corner”; thence north 40 chains; 
thence west SO chains; thence south 40 chains; 
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, 
and containing 320 acres, more or less. Applying 
for the South Half of Section 23, Township 24. 
Dated January. Slst, 1012. 

ISIIIO KAMBARA. 

fel.5 Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rpAKE NOTICE that Kikusuke Takahashi, of 
L Vancouver, B.C., merchant, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted about four 
miles north and one imile west of the south-east 
corner of Township 24, Rupert District, and 
marked “ K. T.’s south-west corner”; thence north 
40 chains; thence east 40 chains; thence south 40 
chains; thence west 40 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 100 acres, more or less. 
Applying for the South-west Quarter of Section 
2-'5. Township 24. 

Dated February 1st. 1912. 

KIKUSUKE TAKAHASHI. 
fel5 Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Rupert. 

rnAKE NOTICE that Heni'y Rinnosuke Kojima, 
L of Vancouver, B.C., broker, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
landis : — Commencing at a post planted, about three 
miles north and one mile west of the south-east 
corner of Township 24. Rupert District, and 
marked “ H. R. K.’s N.E. corner ” ; thence south 
40 chains; thence west SO chains; thence north 
40 chains; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. and containing 320 acres, more or less. 
Applying for the North Half of Section 14, Town- 
ship 24. 

DatedI January 31st. 1912. 

HENRY RINNOSUKE KOJIMA. 
fel5 Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 


LAND NOTICES. 

S.WWARD LAND DISl’RIU'r. 

rn.lKI'l .N’D'l’IUE III, 'll Ociirgc William Car- 
X wilhi'U, of Sandwii k. B.U., carponlcr, iiiloiids 
lo appl.v for pormii-sion to purchase the lollowiug 
de.seribed lands: Commencing at a p isl planted 
at the soUth-west cornel' of 'I'. I.. -IJOO.S ; Ihenee 
west .S!) chains; thence south 10 chains; thence 
east titt chains; thence south 20 chains; thence 
cast 2(1 (bains; thence north (10 chains to point 
of commencement, and containing >)40 acres, or 
thereabouts. 

Dated .tanuary 13lh. 1912. 

OEORCE WII.LL\M (’ARWITIIEN. 

Reginai.i) Carwitue.n, Agent. 


SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT. 


rp.VKE NOTICE that .Hfrcd John Carwithen. 
X of Sandwick, B.( h, farmei', intends to aipily 
foi' iiermissioii to iiurchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a jiost planted at the 
north-east corner of 'I'.L. 40774; thence north K) 
chains; thence west 40 chains; thence north 'O) 

chains; thence west 20 chains; thence south (iO 

chains; thence ea'-t 20 chains; thence south 20 

chains; thence east 40 chains to jioint of com- 

mencement, and containing 280 acres, more or less. 

Dated .lanuary 13th, 1912. 

ALFRED JOHN CARWITHEN. 
felo Reoi.n'ALI) Carwitiie.v, .Agent. 

SAYWARD L.\ND DISTRICT. 


T .VKE notice that Margaret B. Carwithen, 
of Sandwick. B.C.. single woman, intends 
to ajiidy for permission to iiurehase the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a iiost planted 
at the most southerly end of Cranberry Lake; 
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains; 
thence west 40 chains ; thence along the boundary 
i.f Lot 3(5, Say ward Distrir't. in a general north 
and west direction to a imint due south of the 
point of commencement; thence due north to the 
point of commencement, and containing .oOO acres, 
more or less. 

Dated -Tanuary 14th, 1912. 
fel5 MARGARET B. CARWITHEN. 

ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


T 


D1.STRICT OF Rupert. 

A.KE NOTIf’E that Kurata Tokiinaga. of \'an- 
couver, B.C.. storekeeper, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds : — Commencing at a post planted about four 
miles norlhi and. one mile west of the south-east 
corner of Township 24, Rupert District, and 
marked “ K. T.’s N.W. corner”; thence south 40 
chains; thence east 40 chains; thence north 40 
chains ; thence west 40 chains to point of com- 
mencement. and' containing IGO acres, more or less. 
Applying for the North-west Quarter of Section 24, 
Township 24. 

Dated February 1st, 1912. 

KURATA TOKIINAGA. 

felo Arthur A. Hale, Agent. 


ALBERNI LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Rupert. 

rri-^KE NOTICE that Sodc Okada, of Vancou- 
V. ver, B.C., married woman, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
landis :— ‘Commencing at a post planted about one 
mile and' a half north and one mile west of the 
south-east corner of Township 24. Rupert District 
and marked ” S. O.’s S.E. corner’'; thence nortli 
40 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence south 40 
chains ; thence east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 320 acres, more or less 
Applying for the North Half of Section 11. Town- 
ship 24. 

Dated January 31st, 1912. 

SODE OKADA. 

Arthur A. H.\le, Agent. 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


LAND NOTICES. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Fred. IMiles Loftan, of 
X'ancouver, H.C., joarnalist. intends to apply 
for permission to purchase tlie followin,!? described 
lands : — Comnieiicing at a post planted at the 
nortliAvost corner of the land applied for by 
Ei)hraiin D. Card, and one mile west of the north- 
east corner post of the said land ; tlience south SO 
chains; thence west SO cliains; thence north SO 
chains ; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. and containing (DO acres, more or less. 

Dated .Tannary lOth, 1012. 
fel FRED. MILES LOCAN. 


NELS(.)N LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that George Edward Winter, 
of ^’ancouver, accountant, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lauds: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
southerly boundary of Lot 7150, about four miles 
and a half west of the south-east corner post of 
the Siiid Lot 715!); thence west SO chains along 
said boundary ; thence south SO chains ; thence 
east So chains; thence north SO chains to point of 
commencement, and containing G40 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated January 23rd. 1912. 
fel GEORGE EDWARD WINTER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I’eter Sebinden, of Ilazel- 
ton, R.C., labourer, intends to apply for per- 
mission to purchase the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted SO chains south of 
the south-west corner of Lot S13; thence north SO 
chains, east <^0 chains, south SO chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement ; containing 6-10 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 5th, 1912. 
fel I'ETER SERINDEN. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that Roy Moseley, of Ilazelton, 
R.C., hartend(>r, intends to apply for jier- 
mission to purchase the following described lands: 
Commencing at a [lost planted SO chains soutli of 
the soutli-west corner of Lot S1.‘>; thence north 10 
chains, west 40 chains, south 10 chains, east 10 
chain.s to |)oint of commencement; containing KiO 
acres, more or less. 

Dated January 5th, 1!)12. 
fel ROY MOSELEY. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 
District of Cassiar. 

T ake NOTKJE that Daniel D. Nicholson, of 
Ilazelton. R.C., engineer, intends to apply 
fur permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — ('ommeiicing at a post planted at (he 
south-west corner of Lot 1319. District of Cassiar; 
(hence north 20 chains, wi'st 10 chains, south 20 
chains, cast 10 chains to point of commencement; 
containing SO acres, more oi’ less. 

Dated January lOth, 1912. 
fel DANIEL 1). NICI 1(.1LS()N. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T .\KE notice that Edna Ravelle Hunter, of 
\'ancouv('r, R.C.. marriid woman, intends to 
apiily for permission to inirchase the following 
described land; — Commencing at a post planted 
on southerly boundary of Lot 7159. about two miles 
west of the south-east corner post of said Lot 


7159 ; thence west 40 chains along said southerly 
boundary ; thence south SO chains ; thence east 40 
chains ; thence north SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 20th, 1912. 
fel EDNA RAYELLE HUNTER. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenayt 

T ake notice that Gavin J. Boyd, of Van- 
couver. B.C., student-at-law. intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of the land applied for by 
Robert Baitson and one mile south of the north- 
east corner post of said land ; thence west 40 
chains ; thence south SO chains ; thence east 40 
chains; thence north SO chains to point of com- 
mencement, and containing 320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 20th, 1912. 
fel GAVIN J. BOYD. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that T. E. Wilson, of Van- 
couver, B.C., barrister, intends to apply for 
permission to purchase the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-east corner of the land applied for by Gavin 
J. Boyd, and one mile south of the north-east 
corner post of said land ; thence west 40 chains ; 
thence south SO chains; thence east 40 chains; 
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, 
and containing .320 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 20th, 1912. 
fel T. E. WILSON. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Gordon Kemp Brown, of 
Vancouver. B.C.. broker, intends to apply for 
permission to purebase the following described 
lands : — Commencing at a post planted at the 
south-west of the land applied for by T. E. Wilson, 
and one mile south and half a mile west of the 
north-east corner post of the said land ; thence 
west 80 chains; thence south SO chains; thence 
east SO chains; thence north SO chains to point 
of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 
fel GORDON KE^iIB BROWN. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Kootenay. 

T .\KE NOTICE that Beatrice Ellis, of A’an- 
couver, B.C., stenographer, intends to apply 
for permission to purchase the following described 
lands; — ('ommencing at a |)ost planted at the 
north-west corner of the land applied for by 
Gordon Kemp Brown, ami one mile west of the 
north-east corner of (he said land; thence west 
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence east 
80 chains; thence nordi SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. and containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 
fel BEATRICE ELLIS. 


NELSON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Kootenay. 

T ake notice that Leslie L. Berry, of Van- 
couver. B.C., advertising agent, intends to 
apply for permission to purchase the following 
described lands; — Commencing at a post planted on 
the north-west corner of the land applied for by 
Beatrice Ellis, and one mile west of the north-east 
corner post of the said land ; thence west SO chains; 
thence south SO chains ; thence east SO chains ; 
thence north SO chains to point of commencement, 
.and containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 
fel LESLIE L. BERRY. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS. 

HIC I No. tl .MINKH-U, 

Siliiiil(' in tin* Allicini Minin;? division of ('Inyo-- 
iHiit nisti'ii’l. \\'lii'r(‘ liicnti’d: .Mioiit nine 
niilfs iiiicl a lialf north of (Jrcal ('cntral Lalo- 
and ad.joinin;; tho lii^ T No, .Mineral ('laiin 
on its north-west end. 

rpAKIO NO'riClO that Walter K. Kdwards, ap-nt 
-L for Wilhnr dolinston, I'’re(> .Miner’s t'ertili- 
eat<-s Nos. iiItTOS"), it l2 ISo, intends, si.vt.v days from 
the date liereof, to aiiply to the Mining Iteeordei' 
for a t’ertilieate of I mi)ro\ einents, for tin? i)uriiose 
of ohtainin;? a Crown Ki'ant of tlie ahovi* claim. 

.Vnd further take notice tliat action, under section 
.'57, must he eoinmeneed hefore the issuance of sneh 
Certilieate of 1 mi)ro\ements. 

Dated October 21st. IDll. de21 


JIMA' FRACTION .MINFKAL CI.AI.M. 


Situate in the Osoyoos .'Mining Division of Vale 
District. Where located: Nickel date .Moun- 
tain, Camp lledley. 

T .\KK NO'ITCIO that I, .Vinsley Megraw, l'’ree 
.MiiK'r’s Certificate No. i!-40,r>42, agent for the 
lledle,v (lold .Mining (Company, Limitcfl, Fr(*e 
Miner’.s Certificate No. i!22,1(l(), intend, si.xty days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Itc*- 
corder for a Ccu-tilicate of 1 miirovements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the al)ove 
claim. 

.\nd further take notice that action, under section 
.’>7, must be commenced before the issuance of such j 
Certificate of Improvements. ! 

Dated January 22nd, 11)12. fel 


RIG 1 No. 7 MINEItAL CLAI.M. 


Situate in the Alberni Mining Division of Clayo- 
(luot District. M’liere located: About nine 
miles and a half north of Great Central T.ake 
and adjoining the Rig 1 No. 2 and the Rig 
1 No. (> Mineral Claims. 


.\iid fiirlher lake- nolice llial aclion, under 
si'cUion .'17. mii'Jt be commeiiei'd hefiu'e the issuance 
of sneh Cei'iilicale of Improvemeiils. 

Daled this (lib day of Dicemlier. a.p. 11)11. 

THE IK EDA .MINES, I.'I’D. 

,|,.2S I'er W. G. .VoKKM'; I.ovvk.N’i iiai,, Auent. 

I’IXE I'HCT., .M.M’I.E, I,.\UKS1M K. W.VTEU- 
I.ll.l.V, SEASHORE, AND R.^.MROO .Ml.\- 
ERAI. Cl.Al.MS. 

Silnale in the (jueeii Charlolle .Mining Division 
of Skeena District. Where* located: South 
side of Ikeda Ray, .Morc'shy Island. 
fMAKIO NOTICE that “The Ikeda .Mines, 

1 l.imiled,” Free .Miner’s Certificate No. 
.■{^2-irii!. intends, si.xty days from tlie dale' lic'reof, to 
apply to the* Alining Re'corde'r for a Ce-rtificate of 
1 miei'ovements. for the i)nri)ose of obtaining a 
(’rown grant of the al)ove claims. 

,Vnd furlhe'r lake notice that action, under 
sec'tiejn .■17. must be' commenced be'fore the issuance 
eif sue-h (.’eilificale! of Im])rove'mcnts. 

Dated this oth day of December, A.n. 11)11. 

THE IKEDA .MINES, LTD. 
eb'2.S I’e r W. G. .XoHKiK l.owKNTiiAr., Auent. 

CHERRV, ROSE, C H R Y S A N T 11 E .M U .M. 
I’EO.XV, I.OTCS. AND WESTORII.LA 
.MINERAL CLAI.MS. 


Situate in the (j'U'e'ii Charlotte Mining Divi.'-’ion 
of Skeena District. Where located: South 
side of Ikeda Ray, Moresby’ Islanel. 

rp.VKE NOTICE that “The Ikeda Mines, 
1 Limited,’’ Free .Miner’s Certificate No. 
.‘lS24r)ij. intends, si.xty days from the elate hereof, to 
ajjply to the :\Iining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, fe)r the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown giant of the abeeve claims. 

.\nel further take notice that action, under 
section 37, inu.'Jt be commenced before the isstiance 
of such Certificate of Imijrovements. 


T .VKE notice that Walter K. Edwards, Free 
Miner’s Certificate No. b 370S5, intends, sixty, 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for 
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the 
above claim. 

.\nd further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before tbe issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated October 21st. 11)11. de21 


Dated this 5th day of Decemirer, a.p. 1011. 

THE IKEDA .MINES. LTD. 
de2S Per W. G. Nokuie Lowe.ntiiai., Agent. 


I’EARI. FRACTIONAL .MINERAL CLAI.M. 

Situate in the .Vinsworth Mining Division of AVest 
Kootenay- District. Where located: In the 
Hot Springs Camp about half a mile south- 
west of the Town of Ainsworth. 


REID’’ .MINERAL CLAI.M. 


Situate in the Queen Charlotte Mining Division of 
Skeena District. Where located: On Reid or 
Little Copper Island, and nearly due north 
from the McAlillan Dock at Jedway and about 
three miles and a half from said dock. i 

T .\KE notice that I, R. L. Reid, Free INIiner's 
Certificate No. ii20533, intend, sixty days , 
from the date hereof, to apply to tlie IMining ' 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above ; 
claim. I 

.\nd further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. ! 

Dated January 2nd, 11)12. 
ja25 R. L. REID. 


m.VKE NOTICE that I, D. F. Strobeck, of 
Ainsworth, R.C., Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
ii2()I)8, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
ajiply to the IMining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for tlie purpose ■ of obtaining a 
Crown grant of the above claim. 

^_.\nd further take notice that action, under section 
• w, must be commenced before the i.ssuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 

D. F. STROBECK. 

GALENA .MINERAL CLAIM. 


BUTTERCUP, GOLDEN GATE. GR.VPE AND 
TULIP .MINERAL CLAI.MS. 


Situate in the Queen Charlotte Mining Division 
of Skeena District. AVhere located: South 
side of Ikeda Bay, Moresby Island. 

rn.\KE NOTICE that “ The Ikeda Alines, 
I Limited.’’ Free .Miner’s Certificate No. 
3S24.5B. intends, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply- to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown grant of the above claims. 

11 


Situate in the New AVestminster Alining Division 
of .New AA'cstminster District. AVherc located : 
On I.ritannia Alountain, Howe Sound 

m-AKE NOTICE that we. The Britannia Alining 
...-r ^mpjting Compan.v, Limited, Free .Miner’s 
Ccitificatc No. Bo0i4t). intend, sixty days from the 
da e hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fol- a 
Ceitificate of Improvements, for the purpose of 
obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 

Dated January 27lh, 1912. 

BRITANNIA MINING & SMELTING COAI- 
RANl, LIAIITED. 

.-.o T-- Moodie, 

Vice-President and General Manager. 


14G8 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22xn, 1912. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS. 


JUNE MINERAL CLAIM. 


Situate in the Crand Forks iMiuing Division of 
Yale District. Where located : Wellington 
Camp. 

T ake notice that I, Donald J. Matheson, 
agent for Angelo Imciani. Free Miner's Cer- 
tificate No. 132021)3. and Luigi Cri, Free Miner’s 
Certificate No. b 202SO, and Antoni Copicetti, Free 
Miner's Certificate No. ii20202, intend, si.Kty days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Alining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for 
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the 
above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
87, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 25th day of January, 1912. 
fel D. J. AIATHESON. 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS. 


SNOWBALL, SUNFLOWER FRCT., ORANGE 
FRCT., AIORNING GLORY, AND CAAIIL- 
LIA AIINERAL CLAIAIS. 


Siluate in the Queen Charlotte Alining Division 
of Skeeua District. Where located: South 
side of Iked'a Bay, Aloresby Island. 

T ake notice that “The Ikeda Alines, 
Limited.” Free Aliner’s Certificate No. 
3S245 i 3, intends, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under 
section 37, mu.st be commenced before the issuance 
of such Ceriificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 5th day of December, a.d. 1911. 

THE IKEDA AIINES, LTD. 
de2S I’er W. G. Norrie Lowenthal, Agent. 


“PURITAN” AIINERAL CLAIAl. 


Situate in the Similkameeu Alining Division of 
Yale District. Where located: On Beaver 
Alountain. about three miles and a half south- 
east of Princeton. 

T ake notice that I, Chas. Willarson. Free 
Aliner's Certificate No. 502.59 b, acting as 
agent for Ellen .1. Barron. Free Aliner’s Certificate 
No. 41S02, intend, sixtj^ days from the date hereof, 
to apply to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate 
of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown Grant of the above claim. 

And further take notice that action, under 
seel ion 37. must be commenced before the issuance 
of s’uch Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 14th day of December, a.d. 1911. 

de21 


BUNKER AIINERAL CLAIAL 


Situated in the Skeena Alining Division of Cassiar 
District. Where located : Near Goose Bay. 
Observatory Inlet, south of the Alpha Alincral 
Claim, Lot 4SG, Cassiar District. 

T .MvE notice that The Granby Consolidated 
Alining, Smelting & Power Company, Ijimited, 
I’ree Aliner's Certificate No. b 35SS0. intend, sixty 
days from the date hereof, to ai)ply to the Alining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Iminovements. for the 
luirpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above 
claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be comnumced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 19th day of .January. 1912. 


THE 

G R A N B Y CO N SO L 1 1 ).VT E I ) 

MINING, 


SMELTING & 

POWER COMPANY, 


LLMITED. 



fel 

Per f 

L W. WOO.STEI{. 

Manager. 


ADONIS AIINERAL CLAIAL 

Situate in the (iueen Charlotte Division of Skeena 
District. Where located : Near the head of 
Ikeda Bay, Aloresby Island. 

T .\KE notice that Peter Drummond, Free 
Aliner’s Certificate No. b47738, and J. O. 
Trethewey, Free Aliner’s Certificate No. b51777. 
and R. A. Trethewey, Free Aliner’s Certificate No. 
B.5177(i, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
ap|)ly to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate of 
I mi)rovements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown giant to the above claim. 

.And further lake notice that action, under section 
37. must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Imiirovements. 

Dated December 5th, 1911. 

PETER DRUAIAIOND. 

J. O. TRETHEWEY. 

R. A. TRETHEWEY. 


CANADA No. 28, CANADA No 29, CANADA 
No. 30, CANADA No. 31. CANADA No. 32, 
CANADA No. 33, CANADA No. 34, CAN- 
ADA No. 35 MINERAL CLAIMS. 


Situate in the Texada Island Mining Division of 
Texada Island District. \Miere located : On 
Lot 5, Texada Island. 

T ake notice that I, Wllliam A. Bauer, 
agent for Tacoma Steel Company, limited, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. b39.105, intend, sixty 
days from the date hereof, to apply to the IMining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above 
claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.37, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. ja25 


PETUNIA, BANANA FRCT.. PERSIMMON, 
YIOLET, AND APRICOT MINERAL 
CLAIMS. 

Siluate in the Queen Charlotte Mining Division 
of Skeena District. Where located: South 
side of Ikeda Bay, Moresby Island. 

T ake notice that “ The Ikeda Mines, 
Limited.’’ Free Miner’s Certificate No. 
38245 b. intends, sixty days from the date hereof, to 
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of 
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a 
Crown grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under 
section 37. must he commenced before the issuance 
of such Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 5lh day of December, a.d. 1911. 

THE IKEDA MINES. LTD. 
de28 Per W. G. Norrik Lowe.ntiiai.. Agent. 


MAPLE LEAF IMINERAL CLAIM. 


Situated in the Skeena Mining Division of Cassiar 
District. Where located: Near Goose Bay. 
Observatory Inlet, south of the Rudge Mineral 
Claim. Lot 481, Cassiar District. 

T .\KE notice that The Granby Consolidated 
Mining, Smelting & Power Company, Limited, 
Free Miner’s Certificate No. u35880, intend, sixty 
da.vs from the date hereof, to apply to the IMining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Imi)rovements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above 
claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commencf'd before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated this 19th day of January, 1912. 

THE GRANBY CONSOLIDATED MINING, 
S.MELTING iVc POWER CO.MPANY, 
LLMITED. 

I’d I'er G. W. AVooster, Mnnagcr. 


feS 


CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS. 


CKKAT (’KN'l'UAI. No. MINIOltAl. Cl.Al.M. 

Situiitc ill 111!' Alltcriii .MiiiiiiK 1 >ivi.si<iii of Cln.vo- 
Hiiot l>isli'ict. Wlii'ri' lociitcd : Alioiil ti'ii 
miles iKirtli west of (I’reiit Ceiitriil l.iike. 
rpAKM NO'i'H'K tlml Wiilter K'. Kd winds, iiKciil 
-L for .1. 1*. .Mcl.eod, l''n‘e Miiii'r’s ('ertilieates 
Nos. Ii-ISL’-Ki, iiriL’li.’ll!, intends, si.xt.v days fi-oin tlie 
date lu'i-c'of, to apiily to tlie Mining Ki'corder for 
a ('ertilieate of 1 in’pi'oveinents, for tlie pnrpo.se of 
olitaining a Crown grant of the aliove claim. 

.\nd further take notice that action, under section 
.'!7, must he commenced hefori' tlu' issuance of such 
('ertilieate of Improvements. 

Dated Octoher 20th, 1011. de21 


(JUK.VT CKNTUAL No. 0 .MINKUAI. CLAl.M. 

Situate in the Alherni Mining Division of Clayo- 
(plot l>istrict. Where located: .\hout ten 
miles north-west of (ireat Central Lake. 
rpAKlO NOTICIO that Walter K. lOdwards, agent 
-L for (lerald (J. MetJear, h'ree iMiner’s Certifi- 
cates Nos. it-hS24(), u.")ir)S2, intends, sixty days from 
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Uc'corder 
for a Certilicate of Improvements, for the purjaise 
of ohtaining a Crown grant of the al)ov(' claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.‘>7, must he comineuced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated October 20th, 1!)I1. de21 


.JESSIE, IKON DUKE, AND HOT PUNCH 
AH NEPAL GLAUMS. 


Situate in the (Jueeii Charlotte Alining Division 
of Skeena District. Where located : I’etween 
Harriet Harbour and Ikeda Kay. 

T ake notice that Peter Drummond, Free 
Aliner's Certificate No. iH770S, and Roger 
R. Hill, Free Aliner's Certilicate No. n477.‘57, 
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to ajiply 
to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate of Im- 
provements, for the iiurfiose of obtaining a (J'rown 
grant of the above claims. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
.'17, must be commenced before the issuance of such 
Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated January ISth, 11)12. 

PETER DRUAIAIOND. 
feS ROGER R. HILL. 


1770:;, iulciid, sixty dais fiom the dale hereof, to 
III the .Mining Kecorder lor a Ccrlilicale 
of Impidvcincnls for ihe ])urposc of oblaining a 
Crown grani of the aho\e claim. 

.\nd fuilhcr lake notice lhal ad ion, under seel ion 
.')7, musi he commeliecil lielol'e Ihe issue of such 
Certilicate of Improvements. 

Dated Ibis ilOth day of January, A.i>. I!)12. 

(Signed.) W. E. COLLI NSON, 

IVI.-, /'or iS'c// (ind I’art ii<rn. 


ST. LAWRENCE .\.\D COPPER (jUEEN 
.MINERAL CLALMS. 


.Situate in the (Ireenwood Mining Division of A ah* 
District. Where located; In Carmi Camp. 
rp.MxE NOTICE tluit I. Isaac 11. Hallell, as 
- 1 - agent for .Norimin Morrison, h'ree .Miner's 
Certilicate .No. Ii2ll.‘l(!.'), intend, sixty days from Ihe 
date hereof, to apjdy to (he Alining Ri'corder for 
( 'el lilicalcs of I mprovemeiils, foi' the purpose of 
obtaining ('rown grants of (he aliove claims. 

And further talu' notice (hat action, under section 
.■17. must he commenci'd before the issuance of such 
Certilicates of Improvements. 

Dated JauuaiA’ Kith, 11)12. 
f..,S I. H. HALLETT. 


GOLD COMMISSIONERS’ NOTICES. 


NELSON AIININC DIVISION. 

JTICE is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims in Ihe Nelson Alining Division, legally 
held, will be laid over- from the loth Se|)temher, 
11)11, until the 1st day of June, 11)12. 

Dated this 20th day of January, 11)12. 

W. F. TEETZEL, 

ja2.') (Johl C’ominissioncr. 


SKEENA AND PORTLAND CANAL AIININC 
DIVISION. 

I^OTICE is licreby given that all iilacer claims 
TAl legally held in the ahove-named mining divi- 
sion arc laid over from the l.lth day of October, 
11)11, until (he l.Jth day of .Iun(>, 11112. 

Dated at Prince Rupert. November 1st, 11)11. 

J. H. AIcAIULLIN, 

no.j0 (lold Comminsioner. 


REVELSTOKE AND LARDEAU AIININC 
DIVISIONS. 



SWEET FLAG AHNERAL CLAIAI. 


Situate in the Queen Charlotte Division of Skeena 
District. Where located : On the north slope 
of Thunder Alountaiu, Ikeda Kay, Aloresby 
Island. 

T ake notice that U. P. Locke, Free Aliner's 
Certificate No. b 3S232, intends, sixtj’ days 
from the date hereof, to apply to the Alining 
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the 
purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above 
claim. 

And further take notice that action, under section 
37, must be commenced prior to the issuance of 
such Certificate of Improvements. 

Dated December 5th, 1911. 
feS Jj. P. LOCKE. 


AIOANA AHNERAL CLAIAI. 


N OTKJE is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims in the Revelstoke and Lardeaii 
Mining Divisions, legally held, will he laid over 
from (he 1st day of November, 1911, until the 
1st day of June. 1912. 

Dated at Revelstoke this 31st day of October, 
1911. 

ROKT. GORDON, 

•'o— > (lold (JornmisRioncT. 

OAIINECA AIININC DIVISION. 

N otice is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims legally held in the Omineca Alining 
Division are laid over from the 15th September 
1911, until the 15th June, 1912. 

Dated at Hazelton, K. C.. October 23rd, 1911. 
^ WILLIAAI ALLISON, 

dohl Commissioner. 


Situate in the Skeena Alining Division of Cassiar 
District. AVhere located : On Alineral Creek, 
near Goose Kay, Observatory Inlet, lying on 
the east side of the “ North Star ” and “ Emer- 
ald ” Alineral Claims. 

T ake notice that we, Ed. Donahue. Free 
Aliner’s Certificate No. 47701, AVilliam E. 
Collinson, Free Aliner's Certificate No. 4' 049, 
James A. Robertson, Free Aliner's Certificate No. 
47729, administrator of estate of D. A. Robertson, 
deceased. Free Aliner’s Certificate No. 47730, and 
Watson D. Noble, Free Aliner’s Certificate No. 


KAAILOOPS, ASHCROFT, NICOLA, AND 
VALE AHNING DIVISIONS OF YALE 
DISTRICT. 


J^OTICE is hereby given that all placer claims 

Kamloops. Ashcroft, 
.Nicola, and ’)ale Alining Divisions of A’ale District 
wi l be laid over from the 1st day of November, 
1911, until the 1st day of Alay, 1912. 

Dated at Kamloops, B.C., 2nd November, 1911. 

E. T. W. PEARSE, 

Oold Commissioner, 


1470 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


GOLD COMMISSIONERS’ NOTICES. 


GOLD COMMISSIONERS’ NOTICES. 


NOTICE. 


ATLIN MIXING DIVISION. 


Victoria jMini.xg Division. 

N otice is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims legally held in the Victoria ISliniiig 
Division are hereby laid over from the 1st day of 
November, 1011, to the 1st day of June, 1912. 

Dated October IGth, 1911. 

KOBT. A. BENWICK. 

ocl9 Gold ConiDiissioncr. 


NOTICE. 

Vernon Mining Division. 

OTICE is hereby given that all placer mining 
LM claims legally held in the V^ernon Mining 
Division are hereby laid over from the 24th clay 
of November, 1911, until the 1st day of iMay, 1912. 

Vernon, B.C., November 24th, 1911. 

L. NORRIS. 

del Gold Commissioner. 


N otice is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims in the Atliu Mining Division, legally 
held, will be laid over from the 15th day of 
Septembei', 1911, until the 2ud day of July, 1912. 
ilated at Atlin, B. C., September 14th. 1911. 

J. A. FRASER. 

oc5 Gold Commissioner. 


LILLOOET MINING DIVISION. 


N otice is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims legally held in the Lillooet Mining 
Division are hereby laid over from the 1st day of 
November, 1911, to the 1st day of May. 1912. 

Dated at Lillooet this 21st day of October, 1911. 

CASPAR PIIAIR, 

oc2(J Gold Coi/Diiissioner. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


GOLDEN AND WINDERMERE MINING 
DIVISIONS. 


North-east Kootenay District. 

N otice is hereby given that all Placei- Mining 
Claims legally located and recorded and in 
good standing in the Golden ^Mining Division and 
in the Windermere Mining Division will be laid 
over from the 1st day of October, 1911 until the 1st 
of June, 1912. 

Dated at Golden, B. C.,* October 9th. 1911. 

E, J. SCOVIL, 

Gold Commissioner, Golden and Windermere 
oc19 Mining Divisions. 


SIMILKAMEEN MINING DIVISION. 


4^ OTICE is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims legally held in the Similkamcen Mining- 
Division of Yale District will be laid over from 
the 1st day of November, 1911, until the 1st day 
of IMav, 1912. 


Dated at Princeton 
1911. 

de21 


this 31st day of Octoher. 

HUGH HUNTER. 

Gold Commissioner. 


FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION. 


South-east Kootenay District. 


ATOTICE 
ly claims 
legally held, 
October. 191 
Dated at 


no2 


is hereby given that all placer mining 
in the Fort Stei'h' iMiniug Division 
are laiil ovc'r from the 1st day of 
1. until the 1 s't day of Juiu'. 19i2. 
Craiibroidi, B. C.. October 27lh. 1911. 

A. C. NELSON, 
Ae/ing Gold Commissioner. 


CARIBOO DISTRICT. 

N O'ITCE is hereby given that all placer mining 
claims legally held in the 'Cariboo District 
will be laid over from the l.s't of November, 1911. 
until the l.st of June. 1912, subject to the pi’ovis- 
ions of the “ Placer .Mining .Vet.” 

Dated at Barkervillc, B. C.. October 13ih. 1911. 

C. W. GRAI.N. 

no2 _ Gold Commissioner. 


STIKINE AND LIARD IMINING DIVISIONS. 


N otice is hm-eby given that all placiu’ mining 
claims in the above-named mining divisions, 
legally ludd, will be laid over from the 1st day of 
Oclober, 1911, until the 15lh day of June, 1912. 

Dated at Telegraph Creek, B. C., Seiitember 
14th, 1911. 

J. CARTMEL, 

oc5 Gold Commissioner. 


NOTICE TO AI'I'LICANTS. 

A pplim nts are. horohy notipfd Hint nil rhrgiifs 
acroiiijin lu/i >i{/ n ppl ientioiis for Coni Cros/ii'cting 
Limices iiiii.sl ho “ rortipril mill iiinile jin i/nhle nl 
pnv nt thr offer of tlir ('oiiiiiiissioiirr in irliosr Ois- 
trirt llir Iniiil is sitiintnl, othrriri.se the nppUentions 
ii'ill not hr nitrrtn i iiril . 

NEIL E. MACK AT, 

Orjiiiti/ Com III issiolirr of LniiilsX' Works 
lliitril nt f'ictorin, H.C., lllh Nor., HKHi. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
riJAKE NOTICE that I. George II. Snell, 
JL capitalist, of Walla Walla, VV’ash., intend to 
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the 
following described lands: — Commencing at a post 
planted in the south-east corner of Sec. 31. Tp. 9. 
Graham Island; thence SO chains north; thence SO 
chains west; thence SO chains south; thence SO 
chains cast to place of beginning; containing G40 
acres. 

Located January 17th. 1912. 

GEORGE 11. SNELL. 

C. D. Emmons, Agent. 

Witness: J. W. Coovert. feS 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Queen Charlotte Islands. 
rnAKE NOTICE that I. Henry Osterman, capital- 
1 i.st, of Walla Walla. Wash., intend to apply 
to the Chief Commis.sioner of Lands for a licence 
Id prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post ]ilan.ted' in 
the south-west corner of Sec. 5. Tp. 8, Graham 
Island; thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains 
east : thence 80 chains south ; thence 80 chains 
west to place of beginning; containing G40 acres. 

Located January 17th, 1912. 

HENRY OSTERMAN. 

feS C. D. Emmons, Agent. 


GRAHA.M ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


riWKE NOTICE that 1. James H. Hickey, of 
1 Prince Ruiiert. B.C.. prospector, intend to 
apply to the Chief Commi.ssionor of Lauds for a 
licence to pros'iiect for coal and petroleum over and 
under GIO acres of land, bounded as follows ; — 
B( ginning at a post planted on north-west corner, 
about three miles west of Coal Licence No. 4452; 
thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains east; 
thence 80 chains north; thence 80 chains west to 
the point of commencement; containing G40 acres, 
more or less. 

Located November 25th, 1911. 
ja25 JAMES II. HICKEY. 


rKMinrAKv i22ni>, iDiL'.i Till': r.iii'i’isii (’ohrMitiA (iazi':t 


I !71 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

O.MIMOCA I.AM) DISI'KICI'. 

Dis'ikict ok (’asmau. 

rnAKlO XO'l'K'l': tlml I, I-ltlicl ul 

X 1 la/.t'lliiii, IM'., Iirokcr. iiKcml to apply rai’ a 
lici'itci' to |irosip('cl for coal anil pi'l rolriiiii ovi-r llic 
following (l('S(‘ril)i‘(l laiulis : ( ’oiniiicnciiif; at a posl 

plaiiti'il on till' Slikinn nlopa, nhoni 1 wcnly-sovi'ii 
mill's north and I'ishl mih's west from tlm norlh- 
oast corner of Lot 12!>; llicncc north St) chains, 
west SO chains, south SO chains, east St) chains to 
point of connnencement ; known as ('lainr No. 4.‘>. 

Dated Decemher 1011. 

feS KTllKL McCr.Mr.Klt. 


O.MIXKCA LAND DLSTUICT. 


Distkict ok Cashiau. 

T ake notice that I, Etlml .AlcCmnher, of 
Ilazelton, 11. C., broker, intend to apjilj’ for 
a licence to prospect for coal and jietrolenm over 
the following described lands : — Commencini? at a 
post i)hintedi on the Stikinc slope, about twenty-one 
miles north and six miles and a half west from the 
north-east corner of Lot TJ!) ; thence «unth St) 
chains, we.st SO chains, north SO chain.s, east SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
Xo. 1. 

Dated December 20th, 1!)11. 
feS ETIIEI. .McCU.MIlEU. 


O.MIXECA LAND DISTKICT. 


District ok Carsiak. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCiimber, of 

Ilazelton. R.C., broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to iirospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commeucins at a post 
planted on the S'tikiue slope, about tsventy-seven 
miles north andl eight miles west from the north- 
east corner of I.ot 120; thence southi 80 chaims, 
east SO chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 37. 

Dated; December 21s't, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


omineca land distkict. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that I, Ethel iMcCumber, of 
Ilazel'ton. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twen'ty- 
five miles north and seven miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 120; thence aouth SO 
chains, west SO chains, north SO chains, east SO 
chains to point of commencemen't ; known as Claim 
Xo. 2S. 

Dated December 21st, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBEK. 


OMINECA BAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Etlml IMcCumber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C., broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to prosipect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands ; — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about twent j’-seven 
miles north and eight miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, 
west SO chains, north SO chainsi, east SO chains to 
point of commencement; known as Claim No. 30. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCEMBEK. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 


I po.st plantrd on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
nine miles north and eighit mib-J and a half west 
from ihe noi’lhia-I corner ol Lot 129; iheiiee 
noith Sil chains, ea-l SO chains, .-oiiih SI) chains, 
west SI) chains to point of eoumieneem. nt ; known 
as ('laim Xo. oO. 

Dated lleciniber 22nd. 191 I. 

IV, S ETHEL .\lcCr.\lBER. 

O.MIXECA L.VND DISTRICT. 

District ok Cassiar. 

; m.\KE XD'TICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
‘ X Ilazelton, B.t'.. brokei', intend tii apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and iielroleum over 
the following described lando: I 'oinmeiici ng a-t a 
post idanied on Ihe Stikine slope, about Iwinly- 
nlne miles north and eight miles and a half wes; 
from the norih-eas't corner of Lot 129; thence uoiMh 
St) chains. wesT SO chains, suich St) cliaiins, east SO 
chain'- to point of commiTici inent ; known as (JIaim 
.Xo. r,i. 

Da ed Deceinber 22nd, 1911. 
feS ETHEL .McCl’.MBER, 


OMINECA LAND DISTRIC'T. 


District ok Cassiar. 

T .VKE XO'TICE that 1, Ethel .McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C.. broker, intend to apiily for 
a licence to iirospect for coal and iiciroleuiu over 
the following described laud.-J: — Commencing a-t a 
post idanled on Ihe Stikine sloiie, about twenty- 
nine miles north and .si.x mile-s and a half west from 
the north-east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO 
chains, wes't S9 chains, north SI) chiaius’, ea.sit M) 
chains to poinrt of commencemen't ; known a.o Claim 
No. 4G. 

Dated December 22nd. 1911. 
feS ETHEL .McCEMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C.. broker, intend to apidy for 
a licence to pro.spect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commciiciug at a 
[lost planted on the S-tikine slope, alioiit twenty- 
five miles north and eight miles wesit from the 
north-east corner of Lot 129; thence north 80 
chains, west SO chains, .south SO chains, cast SO 
chains to point of commencement; known as Claim 
Xo. 35. 

Dated December 21st. 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I. Ethel IMcCumber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
five miles north and seven miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 129; thence north 80 
chains, west SO chains, s-outh 80 chains, cast SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 34. 

Dated December 21st. 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

mAKE NOTICE that I. Ethel McCumber. «f 
Ilazelton. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described_ lands;— Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty-seven 
miles north and six miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south 80 chains, east 
SO chains, north SO chains, west 80 chains to point 
ot commencement; known a" Claim No. 39. 

Dated December 21st. 1911. 

ETHEL McCUMBER. 


UTl^ 


lUUTIt^H COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[Eebruary 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMINE'CA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

riA-'vKE Nr)TICE that I, Ethel MeCiinibor, of 
-L ILazelton, E.C., broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to pros'pect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Eommenciug at a post 
planted on the Stikioe slope, about Iweuty-uiue 
miles north and six miles and a half west from 
the north-east corner of Lot 12i) ; thence uorfh 80 
chains, west 81) chains, south 80 chains, east 80 
chains to point of coiurn'encemcuit ; known as Claim 
No. 40. 

Dated December 22nd, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCLAIEEK. 


0-MINECA LAND DISTKICT. 


Dx, STRICT OF CaSSIAR. 

rriAKE NOTICE that I, Ethel iicCumber, of 
J- ITazelton. B.C., broker, intend' to apply for a 
licence to pro,':'pect for coal and petroleum over the 
follc'wing eles'cribed lands : — Commencing at a post 
plamed on the SLikine slope, about twenty-nine 
miles north and six miles and a half west from 
the north-east corner of Lot 120; thence south 80 
clui'ins, cast 80 chains, north 80 chains, west 80 
chains to poini of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 47. 

Dated December 22ud, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBEK. 


OMINECA LAND DISTBICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Hazelton. B.C., broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to pro-epect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Sfikine slope, about twenty-seven 
miles no-rth and eight miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 120; thence north 80 chains, 
cast 80 chain.j, .south 80 chains, west 80 chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 42. 

Dated. December 21st, 1011. 
fe8 . ETHEL McCUMBEB. 


OMINECA LAND DISTBICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTK'E that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Hazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply foi‘ a 
licence to iiroj-'pect for coal and iietroleum over the 
follo'wing described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikiiu' slo’pi', about twent j'-.seven 
miles north and six miles west from the north- 
east corner c.f Lot 120; thence sioulh 80 chains, 
west SD chains, noidh .SO chains, cast 80 chains to 
point of commencement; known as Claim No. 08. 

Dated December 21sl, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBEB. 


OMINECA LAND DISTBICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel iMcCtimber, of 
Hazelton, B.C.. broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to pro.-'pect for coal and iietroleum over the 
follo'wing described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty-seven 
miles north and six miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 120; thence north 80 .chains, 
west 80 chains, .‘-loulh 80 chains, east .80 chains to 
l>oint of commencenumt ; known as Claim No. 41. 

Dated December 21st, 1011. 
fe8 ETIIEl. .McCl’MBEB. 


OMINECA LAND DISTBICT. 


DI.STR1CT OF Cassiar. 

T .\KE NOTK'E that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Hazelton, B.C.. broker, inteun to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 


post planted on the S'likine slope, about twenty- 
live mile? nontli and seven miles west from the 
iiorth-eaist corner of Lot 120; thence south SO 
chains, east SO chains, north 80 chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 27. 

Dated December 21st, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBEB. 


OMINECA LAND DISTBICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel .McCumber, of 
Hazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty-nine 
miles north and six miles and a half west from 
the north-east corner of Lot 129; thence north 80 
chains, cast SO chains, s'outli SO chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 48. 

Dated December 22nd, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBEB. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel_McCumber, of 
Hazelton. B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and peti'oleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
ihree miles north and three miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO 
chains, east SO chains, north SO chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
AO. 71. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBEB. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
-L Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, east 80 chains, 
north 80 chains, west 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement; known as Claim No. 32. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to jirospcct for C(«il and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — tlommencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, west SO chains, 
south SO chains, cast SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. 38. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Qui:kn Chari.otte Islands. 
rp.VKE Nf)TICE that I, Henry Osterman, capital- 
1 i.st. of M’alla Walla. Wash., intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands: — Commencing at a post planted’ in 
the .south-west corner of Sec. .32, I'p. 9. (Iraham 
Island; thence 80 chains north; thence SO chains 
east; thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains 
west to place of beginning: containing (540 acres. 

Located January 17th. 1912. 

HENRY OSTERMAN. 

C. D. Emmons, Agent. 

Witness: J. W. Coovert. feS 


FKitiuiAKV l!)rj.] TIM-: iUnTISII COl.l MinA (JAZIOTTF. 


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COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. | 

V1(”I'()KIA LAND DIS'l'IDD'l'. 

rpAKK ND'I'ICK that 1, •(. Kdwnrd Scars, of | 
-L N'aiicoiivcr, harristcr, intend to a|)i)l.v 

to tln> Cliicf ( 'oinmissioncr of Iannis for a liccnis' 
to |>rosi)('ct for coal and iictndcnin over and under 
tilt) acres of land, lionndeci as follows: — 

1. ItcKinninK at a post p!ante<l at the north- 
east eoi'iier of Seetioti l.'t, 'I'p. 4, Knpert District, 
marked ‘‘,1, K. S.’s N.L. corner”; thimeo SO chains 
west, SO chains south, SO chains east, SO chains 
north to the i)oint of coininenceinent ; containing 
040 acres, more or less. 

Located .lannai’.v lOth, 1012. 

,1. KDWAUD SKAKS. 

felT) .Ta.mk.s F. Moi.o.ney, Ai/nit. 


VK’TOUIA LAND DISTItK’T. 


T .VKF NDTK'F that I. J. Fdward Sears, of 
Vanciniver, ILF., harrist(‘r, intend to ai)pl.v 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for ii licenc(.‘ 
to prospect for coal and petroh'nm over and under 
040 acres of land, hoinnh’d .as follows: — ■ 

2. llefiinniiiK at a post i)!anted at the sonth- 
west corner of Section 2(i, Tj). 10, Itni)ert District, 
marked “ .1. F. S.’s S.W. corner ” ; thence SO chains 
north, SO chains east, SO chains south, SO chains 
west to the point of comnnMicement ; containing 
040 acres, more or less. 

Located .Tanuar.v 2ord, 1012. 

J. EDWARD SEARS. 

fel5 .T.ymes F. Moi.oney, Agent. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


VIC'I’OKIA LAND DIS'I'KIC’I’. 

ril.U\E ND'I'ICE lhal I, .1. Edwiii'd Sears, of 
1 - \anconvi'r, R.C., harrisler, intend (o a|)pl.v 
to the Chief < ’ominissioni'r of Lands foi' a licence 
to prosj)ect for Coal and pelroleiim over and under 
010 a<i’eH of lanil, hoiindeil as follows: 

0. lieginning at a |io;-t planted at the south- 
west corner of Section n, '1’]). <!, Rnjtert Distinct, 
mai'ked " .1. E. S.’s S.W. coimcr ” ; them (■ SO chains 
north, SO chains east, SO chains south, SO chains 
west to lh(‘ point of commencement; containing 
• ilO acres, more or le.ss. 

Located .January 2r)th, 1012. 

,T. EDWARD SEARS. 

fel.n .Iamek F. .Moi.o.nky, Agciit. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 

T .\KE NO'ITCE that I, .1. Edward S(>ars, of 
N’ancoiiver, ILC., harristm-, intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
ti) prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
<!40 acres of land, lionnded as follows: — 

7. Heginning at a imst planted at the north- 
n’cst corner of Section ”2, 'I']). 4, Rupert Distinct, 
mai'ked “ ,1. E. S.’s N.W. corner ” ; tlicnci’ SO chains 
east, SO chains south, SO chains W(‘st, SO chains 
north to the [loint of commencement; containing 
(MO acres, more or less. 

Located .lannary 2r)th, 1012. 

,1. EDWARD SEARS. 

feir> .Iame.s F. .Moi.o.nky, Agnit. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I. j. Edward Sears, of 

\’anconver, R.C., barrister, intend to apply 
to the Chief ('ommissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
040 acres of land, bounded as follows : — 

3. Reginning at a post planted at the south- 
west Corner of Section 20. Tp. 10, Rupert District, 
marked “ J. E. S.’s S.E. corner ” ; thence SO chains 
north, SO chains west, 80 chains south, 80 chains 
ea'^t to the point of commencement ; containing 
040 acres, more or less. 

Located .Tanuary 23rd, 1912. 

J. EDWARD SEARS. 

fel.") James F. AIoloney, Agent. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I. .T. Edward Sears, of 
Vancouver, R.C., barrister, intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
040 acres of land, bounded as follows : — 

4. Reginning at a post planted at the south- 
west corner of Section 20, Tp. 10, Rupert District, 
marked “ J. E. S.’s N.E. corner ” ; thence 80 chains 
west. 80 chains south, 80 chains east, 80 chains 
north to the point of commencement ; containing 
(MO acres, more or less. 

Located January 23rd, 1912. 

J. EDWARD SEARS. 

fel 5 .Tames F. Moloney, Agent. 

VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


T .VKE notice that I. J. Edward Sears, of 
I’ancouver. R.C., barrister, intend to appl.y 
to (he Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
CMO acres of land, bounded as follows ; — 

8. Reginning at a jiost planted at the north- 
east Corner of Section 31, T]). 4, Ruii'-rt District, 
marked “ .1. E. S.’s N.E. corner ” ; thence 80 chains 
west, 80 chains south, 80 chains ea'-t, 80 chains 
north to the point of commencement; containing 
(MO acres, more or less. 

Located January 2.oth, 1912. 

,T. EDWARD SEARS. 

fel5 James F. .Molo.ney, Agent. 


VICT(4RI.V LAND DISTRICT. 

T ake notice tliat I, .T. Edward Sears, of 
Vancouver, R.C., barrister, intend to apply 
to the (ihief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
040 acres of land, bounded as follows : — 

9. Reginning at a post planted at the south- 
west corner of Section 8. Tp. (!, Rupert District, 
marked " J. E. S.’s S.IV. corner ” ; thence SO chains 
north, 80 cl'.ains east. 80 chains south, 80 chains 
west to the point of commencement ; containing 
040 acres, more or less. 

Located January 26th, 1912. 

J. EDWARD SEARS. 

James F. Moloney, Agent. 

VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I, .T. Edward Sears, of 
Vancouver, B.C., barrister, intend to apply 1 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
(MO acres of land, bounded as follows : — 

.5. Beginning at a post planted at the south- 
Avest corner of Section 26, Tp. 10, Rupert District, 
marked “ J. E. S.’s N.W. corner ” ; thence 80 chains 
east. 80 chains south. 80 chains west, 80 chains 
north to the point of commencement ; containing 
640 acres, more or less. , 

Located January 23rd, 1912. j 

J. EDWARD SEARS. ' 

fel5 James F. Moloney, Agent. 


r I TAKE NOTICE that I, .1. Edward Sears, of 
-L Vancouver, B.C., barrister, intend to apply 
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence 
to prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 
(MO acres of land, bounded as follows : — 

10. Beginning at a post planted at the north- 
west corner of Section 29, Tp. 4, Rupert District 
marked” ,T. E. S.’s N.W. corner ” ; thence 80 chains 
east, 80 chains south. SO chains west, 80 chains 
north to the point of commencement ; containin<>' 
(MO acres, more or less. 

Located January 27th, 1912. 

J- EDWARD SEARS. 

James F. Moloney, Agent. 


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THE EEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMINECA LAND DISTIUCT. 


District oi' Cassiar. 

T ake notice tlmt I. EtUel :McCuraber, of 

Ilazcllon, B.C., broker, intrnci to apply for 
a licence to prosipect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commeneiug at a 
post planted on the .Stikine slope, about twenty- 
one miles north and three miles and' a half west 
from the north-east corner of Lot EID ; thence north 
ht) chains, west SO chains, south SO cliains', east 
.'-0 chains! to ixiint of commencement; known as 
Claim No. 9. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEI. McCrAIBER. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Etlml .'\IcCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
one miles mn'th and three miles and a half west 
from ;he nor.h-cast corner of Lot 129: thence south 
■SO chain''!, east SO chains, north SO chains’, west SO 
el'-’ins to point of commencement; known as Claim 
No. 5. 

Da.ed December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL MoCEMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of C.\ssiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Ethel IMcCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post iilanted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
one miles north and two miles and' a half we^t from 
the north-east corner of Lot 129; ttience north 80 
chains, east SO chains, south SO chains, west SO 
drains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 7. 

Dated December 20th. 1911. 
feS ETHEL IMcCEAIBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

mAKE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
J- Ilazelton. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to pro.S’iiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following descidbed lands : — ■Commencing at a 
post planted on llie Stikine slope, about tvventy- 
fi\(> miles north and five miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 12!); thence north SO chains, east 
SO chains, s'outli SO chains, west SO cliains to point 
of coniinencement : known as Claim No. 91. 

Dated December 21st. Bill. 
feS ETHEL McCI’.MBER. 


D.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .\KE ND'rit'E that I, Ethel IMcCumber, of 
Ilnzd'ton. B.Ch. broker, intend to tipply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on tlie Siiikine slojie. about twenty- 
live miles north and five mib’o west from 'the nortli- 
• east corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, 
we.sit SO chains, south SO chains, easit SO chains to 
point of commenceinenl ; known as Claim No. 32. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCU.MBER. 


DHINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

qiAKE Ntll'ICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
JL Ilazelton. 15. C.. broker, intend to tipply for 
a licence to pro-spect for coal and iietrolenm over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 


post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
five miles north and five miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129: thence south SO chains, 
west SO chains, north SO chains, east SO chains, to 
point of coniinencement ; known as Claim No. 2G. 

Dated December 21st, .1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OHINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Ethel IMcCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described land:?: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
one miles north and two miles ,hk 1 a half west 
from the north-east corner of Lot 129 ; thence south 
SO chains, east SO chains, north SO chains, wes't SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. S. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUAIBER. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted' on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
nine miles north and eight miles and a half west 
from the north-east corner of Lo-t 129 ; thence south 
SO chains, west SO chains, north SO chain-s, cast SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 44. 

Dated December 22nd, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that^I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
nine miles north and' eight miles and a half wes-t 
from the north-east corner of Lo't 129; thence south 
St) chains, east SO chains, north SO chains, we.'^t SO 
chains to point of commencement; known as Claim 
No. 45. 

Dated December 22nd, 1911. 
feS ETHEL MoCUMBER. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following do.scribed lands: — Commencing at a 
post pliinled on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
one miles north and three miles and a half wes't 
from the north-ea.«>t corner of I>ot 129: thence north 
SO chains, eas't SO chains, south SO chaiins. west SO 
chains to point of commencement; known as Claim 
No. (). 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Siiikine slope, about twenty- 
five mile.'? north and seven miles west from the 
north-easHt corner of Lot 129; thence north SO 
chains, east SO chains, south SO chains, we.sit SO 
chains lo point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 33. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES 

IIA/i;i/l’<)X LAND DIS'l’UKrr. 


IIA/.IOLTON LAND DIS ritK”!'. 

DiS l Kie l’ OK ('OAsr, Kanok r>. 

N D'I'ICL is licicli.v ni't’ii Unit I, lUirr.v I’litridi 
.loiU’s, luitclki'i'iit'r, til (I IciitaiiiKi, 
iiiti'iid to iipiil.V for a licciici' to prospci't foi- coal 
and ladrolcmii on tlic following dcscrilicd lands: — 
No. 1. ( 'oinnuMicin;; at a post planted aliont two 
miles np tlie Driftwood Creek from the Itnlkley 
N'alh'.v Watton-road l!ridi;e; thence south SO 
(diains; thence west SO chains; thence north SO 
chains; thence east SO chains to jioint of cum- 
immeemiMit. 

Dated Deemnher 7th, 1011. 
fel IIAUUV I'ATKICK JONHS. 


IIAZHLTON LAND DLSTUICT. 


Distiuct ok ('oast, Kangk 5. 

N OTICH is hereby given that I, Harry I’atrick 
.Tolies, hotidkei’iier, of (lleiitaiina, II. C., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands: — 
No. li. ('ommencing at a iiost iilanted about two 
miles lip the Driftwood Creek from the Iliilkley 
\’alley Wagon-road Lridge ; thence north SO 
(diains; thence west SO (diains; thence south SO 
chains; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HAltldY PATRICK JONES. 


IIAZHLTON LAND DISTRICT. 


Distiuct of Coast, Range 5. 

N otice is hereby given that I, Harry I*a trick 
Jones, hotelkeeper, of Olentanna, I5.C., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands : — 
No. 3. Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles up th Driftwood Creek from the Dulkley 
I'alley Wagon-road Rridge ; thence north 80 
chains ; thence east 80 chains ; thence south 80 
chains ; thence west 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATItICK .TONES. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range .5. 

N otice is hereby give;i that I, Harry Patrick 
Jones, hotelkeeper, of Glentanna, R.C., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands : — 
No. 4. Commencing at a post planted about two 
miles up the Driftwood Creek from the Bulkley 
I'alley Wagon-road Bridge ; thence oast 80 
chains ; thence south SO chains ; thence west 80 
chains ; thence north 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATRICK JONES. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

N otice is hereby given that I, Harry Patrick 
Jones, hotelkeeper, of Glentanna, B.C., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands : — 
No. 9. Commencing at a post planted about 
miles east and two miles south of the Bulkley 
Valley Wagon-road Bridge, where it cro.sses Drift- 
wood Creek ; thence north SO chains ; thence west 
80 chains ; thence south 80 chains ; thence east 
80 chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATRICK .TONES. 


Dis Tiller oi'' Coast, Range .9. 

N otice is hciTby given (hat 1, Harry Palrii’k 
.loiies, holelkeeper, iif Gleiilaiina, B.C., 
intend to a|t|)ly for a licence to prosjieet for coal 
and pelTolenm on (he following deseribed lands: 

No. (I. ('ommencing at a (mst planted about four 
miles ni) (h(‘ Driftwood ('reek from lh(‘ Bulkley 
N'alle.v W.agoii-road Bridgi' ; thmiei’ norUi SO 
chains ; thejieo west SO chains ; thence south SO 
chains; thence cast SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATRICK JDNES. 

^ 

IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict ok Coa.st, Range 5. 

N otice is hei-eby given that I, Hari-y Patrick 
.loiies, hotidkeeper, of Glentanna, B.C., 
intend to apply for a licence to lu'osiiect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands: — 
No. T. Commencing at a imst planted about four 
mih's up the Driftwood Creek from the Bulkh’y 
I’^alley Wagon-i’oad Ilridgi'; thence north 80 
chains; thence east SO chains; thence south SO 
chains ; thence west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATRICK JONES. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Coast, Range 5. 

N otice is hereby given that I, Harry I’atrick 
.Tones, hotelkeeper, of Glentanna, B.Ck, 
intend to apply for a lic(>nce to prospc'Ct for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands: — 
No. 8. (Aiinmencing at a post planted about four 
miles up the Driftwood Creek from the Bulkley 
Valle.v Wagon-road Bridge ; thence south SO 
chains ; thence east SO chains ; thence north SO 
chains ; thence west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATRICK JONES. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range .5. 

N otice is hereby given that I, Harry Patrick 
Join's, hotelluR'per, of Glentanna, B.C., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following de.scribed lands: — 
No. 15. Commencing at a post planted about 
two miles east and two miles south of the Bulkley 
Valley Wagon-road Bridge, where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek ; tb.ence west SO chains ; thence north 
SO ch.ains; thence east 80 chains; thence south 
SO chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 
fel HARRY PATRICK JONES. 


IIAZELTON LxVND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 
TN^OTICE is hereby given that I, Harry Patrick 
Jones, hoteHieeper, of Glentanna, B.C., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 

and petroleum on the following described lands • 

No. IG. Commencing at a post planted abmit 
two miles east and two miles south of the Bulklev 
\ alley agon-road Bridge, where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek ; thence west SO chains ; thence south 

CO Pust SO chains ; thence north 

SO chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December Tth, 1911. 

harry PATRICK JONES 


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THE BIHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District or Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, waiter SkellioTne, of 
Cals'ary. Alta., farmer, intend to appR- for 
a licence lo pro-spcct for coal anct petroleum over 
the following de^'crihed lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east corner 
of Lot 120, and about 20 chains north-westerl}’ 
from the .iiinction of Mary Creek with the Skeena; 
thence north SO chains, west SO chains, south SO 
chains', east SO chains to point of commencement; 
known as Claim No. 10. 

Dated December 10th. 1011. 
fel WALTER SKELlIORNE. 


OMIXECA LAX’'D DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, M^alter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend lo apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroletim over 
the following depcribed lands : — ■Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
north andi two miles east from the nortn-east corner 
of Lot 120. and about 20 chains north-westerly 
from the jtinclion of IMary Creek with the Skeena; 
thence pouth SO chains, east 80 chains, north SO 
chain^y west .SO chains to point of commencement ; 
known a« Claim No. 1.5. 

Dated December 10th. 1011. 
fel WALTER SKELIIORXE. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, MUalter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and iietroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about five miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east corner 
of I ot 120; thence south SO ciiains, east SO chains, 
north 80 chains, west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. 9. 

Dated December 7th. 1911. 
fel 5V ALTER SKELHORNE. 


05IINECA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne. of 

Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to piospect for coal and i)etroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
Iiost [danted on the Skeena, slope, about five miles 
nor 111 and two miles east from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, west SO chains, 
south SO chains, east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement; known as Claim No. 11. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELIIORXE. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne. of 

Calgary, .Mia., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to |)ro.s|)ect for coal and iietroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
liost planted on the Skeena slope, about five miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east corner 
of I ot 129; thence south SO chains, west 80 chains, 
north SO chains, east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement; known ns Claim No. 10. 

Dated December 7th. 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELIIORXE. 


OMIXEC.V LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .MvE NOTICE that I, M'alter Skelhorne. of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — (.’ommencing at a 


post planted on the Skeena slope, about five miles 
north and three miles east from the north-east 
corner of I.ot 129; thence north SO chains, east 80 
chains, south 80 chains, west SO chains to point of 
commencement ; known as Claim No. 13. 

Dated December 7th. 1911. 
fel IVALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgar.y. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following des>cribed lands ; — ^Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129, and about 20 chains north-westerly 
from the juucti’on of Mary Creek with the Skeena ; 
thence north SO chains, east SO chains, south SO 
chains, wes’t SO chains to point of commencement ; 
known as Claim X’o. 18. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELIIORXE. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, 'Walter Skelhorne, of 
-L Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend lo apply for 
■a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — 'Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, aoont seven miles 
north and three miles east from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129, and about 60 chains north-east- 
erly from the junction of IMarj- Creek with the 
Skeena; thence north 80 chains, east SO chains, 
s'outh SO bains, west 80 chains lo point of com- 
mencement ; kno.wn as Claim X'o. 17. 

Dated December 10th. 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMIXECA LANC DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following des'cribed lands ; — 'Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena elope, about seven miles 
north and' three miles east from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129, and about 60 chains north-east- 
erly from the junction of Mary CreeR with the 
Skeena ; thence south SO chains, east SO chains, 
north SO chains', west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. 14. 

Dated December lOth, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELIIORXE. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, M’alter Skelhorne, of 
('algary, Alta., farmei'. intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal .and petroleum over 
the following described lands ;— Commencing at a 
I'ost idanted on the Skeena slope, about three miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, west 
SO chains, south SO chains, east SO chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 7. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Malter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about five miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, east SO 
chains, south SO chains, west 80 chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 12. 

Dated December 7th. 1911. 
fol WALTER SKELHORNE. 


1177 


I'lniKHAitv -2 ni». 


'I'll 10 iiKi'risii ('ohr.MiMA (lAZiOT'n-; 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

cijAiiA.M isi.AM), ski;kna 1 )is'riii(''r. 

TMAKK XOTICK that 1, Ki)l)i'rt (iraliam, of Van- 
1 coiivi'r, U.C., pi'ospi'ctor, intend to apidy to 
tlie Cliief ('omniissiioiier of l.amls for a liceiu'e to 
prosiiiH'l for eoal ainf petrolenin over anil under tilt) 
aeres of land, lionndiMl as follows;- IfeKinniii'; at a 
[lost planti'd on .south-east eorner, adjoinin^j Coal 
Ideenee .\o. -11. "VI on the nonlli (‘tid ; thence NO 
chains west; thence SO eliains north; thence SO 
chains east ; thence SO chains south to the jioint 
of coniinenceinent ; containing; 040 acres, inoi e or 
less. 

Located' November 120th, 1011. 
jaLh") KUr.T. (lUAlIA.M. 


(JUAIIA.M ISLAND, SKLKNA JtLSTIUCT. 


rnAKK XUTICL that 1, Robert (iraliam, of Van- 
1 couver, H.C., prosiiector, intend to ajipiy to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
lirospect for coal and iietrolenm over and under OK) 
acres of land, boniuled as follows ReKinnin;; at a 
post plantwl on north-east corner, about three miles 
west of Coal Licence No. 44.“)l2 ; thence SO chains 
south; thence SO chain.s west; thence SO chains 
north; thence SO chains east to the point of com- 
mencement ; containinj; (540 acres, more or less. 

Located November lirith, 4011. 
ja2.'5 KOllKRT (iUAllA.M. 


ORAIIA.M ISLAND, SIvEENA DISTRICT. 


rilAKE NOTICE that 4, Robert (iraliam, of Van- 
J. couver, B.C., prospector, intend to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of I.ands' for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under (540 
acres of land, bounded as follows: — Reginnins at a 
post planted on south-east corner, about three mile.w 
west of Coal Licence No. 44r).‘J ; thence SO chains 
north; thence SO chains west; thence SO chains 
south ; thence SO chains east to the point of com- 
niencemenit ; containing (540 acres, more or less. 

Imcated November 24lh, 1011. 
ja25 ROBERT GRAHAM. 


GRAIIA.M ISr.AND, SIvEENA DISTRICT. 


rpAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Graham, of Van- 
i couver. R.C.. prospector, intend to ajiply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and. petroleum over and under (540 
acres of land, bounded as follows: — Beginning at a 
post planted on nortlr-west corner, adjoining Coal 
Licence No. 44.')2 on the west ; thence StO chains 
■south ; thence St) chains east ; thence SO chains 
north ; thence 80 chains west to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing (540 acres, more or less. 

Located November 24th, 1011. 
ja25 ROBERT GRAHAM. 


GRAHAM ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rpAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Graham, of Van- 
couver. B.C., prospector, intend to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 640 
acres of land, bounded as follows: — Beginning at a 
post planted on north-east corner, about one mile 
west of Coal Licence No. 44o2 ; thence SO chains 
south; thence 80 chains west; thence 80 chains 
-'orth ; thence SO chains east to the point of com- 
to icement ; containing 640 acres, more or less. 

Located November 24th, 1911. 
ja2r> ROBERT GRAHAM. 


GRAHAM ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I, Robert Graham, of Van- 
couver, B.C., prospector. Intend to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 640 
acres of land, bounded as follows: — Beginning at a 
post planted on south-west corner, adjoining Coal 
Licence No. 4453 on the south-west side ; t^ience 


so rhaiiiK suiilh; llumce .M) idiaiii.s i a.st ; lluuicc SO 
(diains uorlh; theni-c ■‘'0 idiains wc.sl to Ihc point 
Ilf comm nci'mi'nl ; containing 610 acres, inoic or 
less. 

Located November 21lh, 1911. 
ja-j.', ROB.ERT GRAIIA.M. 

GRAIIA.M ISLAND, SKEE.N'A DIS'l’RIC'r. 


t^jl.MsE .NOTICE that 1, .lames 11. Hickey, of 
1 1‘iiuee Rupert. B.C.. prospeclor, intend to 
apply to the Chief Commi.'-sioner of Lands for a 
lieeiK'c to pio>’pect for coal and pelroleum over and 
iiniler 640 aei’cs of land, bounded as follows: — 
Beginning at a post planted on south-eaJt corner, 
about three miles west of Coal Licence No. -11.)! ; 
thence 80 idiain.s north; thenci- 80 ebaiiiis west; 
thence SO chains south; thence 80 chains east to 
pidnt rif commencement ; containing (540 acres, more 
or less. 

Located November 2.")tli, 1911. 
ja2.’. .TAMES 11. HICKEY. 

GRAIIA.M ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rilAKE NOTICE that 1, .lamest 11. Hickey, of 
1 I’lince Rupert, B.C., prospector, intend to 
aiijil.v to the Chief Comini.'-sioner of Ltinds for a 
licence to luo^pect for coal and petroleum over and 
under (IK) acres of land, bounded as follows; — 
Beginning at a post planted on north-easi corner, 
about Ihi'ee miles west of Coal Licence No. 44.14; 
thence SO chiiins south; thence 8() chains west; 
thence SO chains north: thence 8() chains east to 
the jioinl of commencement; containing (540 acre.s, 
more or less. 

Located November 24(h, 1!)11. 
ja2.-> JA.MES H. HICKEY. 


GRAIIA.M ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


riYMvE NOTICE that I, .Tames H. Hickey, of 
1 Brince Ruitert, B.C., prospector, intend to 
aitply to (he Chief Commi.ssioner of Lands for a 
licence to prospect for coal and pelroleum over and 
under 640 acres of land', bounded as follows : — 
Beginning at a post plante<l on south-east corner, 
about one mile west of Coal Licence No. 44 .">3 ; 
thence 8() chains west; thence SO chains north; 
thence SO chains east ; thence 80 chains smith to 
the point of commencement; containing (540 acres, 
more or less. 

Located November 24lh, 1911. 
ja2.-> .TA.MES H. HICKEY. 


GRAIIA.M ISLAND. SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rfl.VKE NOTICE that I, .Tame? IT. Hickey, of 
1 Brince Rupert, B.C.. prospector, intend to 
apply to the Chief Commi.ssioner of T.ands for a 
licence to i)ro?i>ect for coal and petroleum over and 
under 640 acres of land', bounded as follows: — 
Beginning at a post planted’ on north-west corner, 
about three miles west of Coal Licence No. 44.54; 
thence SO chains south; thence .80 chain? east; 
thence SO chains north; thence SO chains west to 
the point of commencement ; containing 640 acres, 
more or less. 

f.ocated November 24th. 1911. 
ja25 .TAMES H. HICICEY. 


GR.AHA.M ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


riYVKlj NOTICE that I, Jame? IT. ITickey, of 
J- Brince Rupert, B.C.. prospector, intend to 
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a 
licence to prospect for coal and pelroleum over and 
under 640 acres of land, bounded as follows:— 
Beginning at a post planted on south-west corner 
adjoining Coal Licence No. 44.51 on the west aide ’ 
thence 80 chains north; thence ,S0 chains east ’ 
I hence ,80 chains south; thence SO chain? west to 
the point of commencement ; containing 640 acres 
more or less. ’ 

I.ocated November 24th, 1911. 

JAMES II. ITICKEY. 


1478 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


GRAHAM ISLAND. SKEENA DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I, Samuel Horner, of Yau- 
coiiver. B.C., prospector, intend to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 040 
acres of laud, bouiuled as follows: — Beginning at a 
post planted’ on south-east corner, about one mile 
west of Coal Licence No. 44.jl ; thence SO chains' 
north ; thence 80 chains west ; thence 80 chains 
.south ; thence SO chains east to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Located November 24lh, 1011. 
ja25 SAMUEL HORNER. 


GRAHAM ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rilAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel Horner, of Van- 
JL couver, B.C., prospector, intend' to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum -over and under 040 
acres of land, bounded' as follows: — Beginning at a 
post planted on north-west corner, adjoining Coal 
Licence No. 4454 on the west; thence 80 chains 
south ; thence SO chains east ; thence SO chains 
north ; thence SO chains west to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Located November 24th, 1011. 
ja25 SAMUEL HORNER. 


GRAHAM ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


mAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel Horner, of Yan- 
JL couver, B.C., prospector, intend' to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 040 
acres of land, bounded as follows : — Beginning at a 
post planted on north-east corner, about one mile 
west of Coal Licence No. 4454; thence SO chains 
west ; thence 80 chains south ; thence SO chains 
east ; thence 80 chains north to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Located November 24th, 1911. 
ja25 SAMUEL HORNER. 


GRAHAM ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rpAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel Horner, of A’an- 
couver. B.C., prospector, intend to apply to 
the Cliief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under O-IO 
acres of land, bounded as follows: — Beginning at a 
post jtlanledi on the south-west corner, adjoining 
Coal Licence No. 4595 on the south end ; thence 
80 chains ea.sl ; thence SO chains north; thence 
80 chaims west; thence 80 chains south to the point 
of commencement ; containing (140 acres, more or 
less. 

Located November 20lh, 1!)1L 
ja25 SAMUEL HORNER. 


GRAHA.M ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rilAKE NOTICE that 1. Samuel Horner, of Yan- 
J_ couver. B.C.. j'rospector. intend to apply to 
the Cliief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prosiiect for coal and petroleum over and under (140 
acres of laud, bounded as follows^: — Beginning at a 
post jilanted on noi-th-i'ast corner, about one mile 
south of Coal Licence No. 4454; thence SO chains 
west; thence SO chains south; thence 80 chains 
east; thence 80 chains north to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing (140 acres, more or less. 

Located November 2(lth, lillL 
ja25 SA.MUEL HORNER 


GRAHA.M ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


ril.AKE NOTICE that I, Samuel Horner, of \'an- 
couver. B.C.. jirospector. intend to ajiply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under (140 
acres of land, bound'cd as follows: — Beginning at a 


post planted on south-west corner, about three miles 
west of Coal Licence No. 4451; thence 80 chains 
north ; thence SO chains east ; thence SO chains 
south ; (hence SO chains west to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Located November 25th, 1911. 
ja25 SAMUEL HORNER. 


GRAHAM ISLAND, SKEENA DISTRICT. 


rn.VKE NOTICE that I, Samuel Horner, of ATn- 
1 couver, B.C., prospector, intend to apply to 
the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum over and under 640 
acres of land, bounded as follows: — Beginning at a 
post planted on south-west corner, about three miles 
west of Coal Licence No. 4453 ; thence SO chains 
north; thence 80 chains east; thence SO chains 
south ; thence 80 chains west to the point of com- 
mencement ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Located November 24th, 1911. 
ja25 SAMUEL HORNER. 


N otice is hereby given that, thirty days after 
date, I intend to apply to the Chief Com- 
missioner of Imnds and to the Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Lands for the District of East Kootenay, 
for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on 
the following described lands, situate on the North 
Eork of Alichel Creek, about six miles north of the 
Canadian I’acific Railroad, and lying between the 
Alclnnes Group and the Crow's Nest I’ass Coal 
Company’s land : — Commencing at a post planted 
one mile north of a point one mile east of the 
intersection of the east side-line of the IMcInnes 
(iroup and the north side-line of the Crow’s Nest 
Bass Coal Comi'any's land, said post being the 
initial post of C. K. AYeismann’s claim, and 
marked “ C. K. AA'eismaun’s N.E. corner ” ; thence 
80 chains south ; thence SO chains west ; thence 
80 chains north ; thence SO chains east to place of 
beginning ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 
I.ocated December lOtli, 1911. 

C. K. AYEISAIANN, Locator. 
ja25 Batice La.mekoux, Agent. 


N otice is hereby given that, thirty days after 
date, I intend to apply to the Chief Com- 
missioner of I.ands and to the Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Lauds for the District of East Kootenay, 
for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on 
(he following described lands, situate on the North 
Fork of IMichel Creek, about six miles north of the 
Canadian Bacific Railroad, and lying between the 
Alclnnes Group and the Crow's Nest Bass Coal 
Company's land : — Commencing at a post planted 
at C. K. AA'eismanu's north-east corner, same being 
the initial post of A. B. AA'illard's claim, and 
marked “A. B. AA'illard's N.AA'. corner"; thence 
SO chains south; thence SO chains east; thence SO 
( Iniiiis north ; thence SO chains west to place of 
beginning; containing 040 acres, more or less, 
liocated December 10th, 1911. 

A. B,. AVILLARD, Locator. 
ja25 Batice Lameuoux, Agent. ■ 


N otice is hereby given that, thirty days after 
date. 1 iiiiend (o apply to the Chief Com- 
missioner of Lands and to the .Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Lands for the District of East Kootenay, 
for a licence to I'lospect for coal and petroleum on 
the following describ('d lands, situate on the North 
l''ork of Miihel Cia'ck, about six miles north of the 
Canadian Bacific Railroad, and lying between tjie 
McTnnes Giou|) and the C’row's Nest Bass Coal 
Comi)an,v's land: — Commencing at a post planted 
at A. B. AA’illard's north-west corner, same being 
the initial post of C. L. 1 lower’s claim, and 
mai'ked " C. L. Hower's S.AA'. corner"; thence 8U 
chains north; thence 80 chains east; thence SO 
chains south ; thence 80 chains west to place of 
beginning ; containing 040 acres, more or less. 

Located December 10th, 1911. 

C. L. IIOAYKR, Locator. 

ja25 Batice Lameroux, Agent. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

VICTORIA I.AM> lUSriMCT. 

Dis'iiticr oi' Coast. 

rnAKlO NC'l'lCIO tliiil, lliirt.v iliiys iiflcr 1, 

-L < ii‘Tt null' I''. .M ilclii‘ll, iiilTiid lo apply (o lli'' 
lion. llu> CoimiiissioiicT of Laiiils for a licence lo 
|)ro.spi‘cl for coal and pclrolcnin on llic followin;; 
dcscril)t‘d lands: — 

(!. Coimni'iicin}; at a [losl planted at llie monlli 
of I lie erei'k at extriMiie westerly point of Snllier- 
land Hay, Mriiry Inli't; tlienee MO chains south ; 
thence SO chains west; thence SO chains north; 
thence SO chains east to point of coniinenceineiit ; 
containint; (MO acres, more or less. 

Dated Deceniher 27lh, 1011. 
ja2.o (IHltrUliDlO E. MlTCllEHL. 


VICTORIA HAND DISTRICT. 


DisTiticT OK Coast. 

T ake notice that, thirty days after dale, 1. 

(Jertnide 10. .Mitchell, intend to apply lo tiu' 
lion, the Commissioner ol Lands for a liceiici* to 
prosiiect for coal and petiolenm on the followin;,' 
described lands: — 

7. Commencing at a post iilanli'd one mile south 
of the most westerly point Snlherland Hay, Drnry 
Inlet; thence south SO chains; thence west SO 
chains; thence north .S'l chains; thence east 80 
chains to point of commencement ; containin;^ li-10 
acres, more or less. 

Dated December 27th, 11)11. 
ja25 CERTRUDE E. .MITCHELL. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distuict of Coast. 

T .VKE notice that, thirty days after date, 1, 
(Jertrude E. Mitchell, intend to apply to the 
Hon. the Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands : — • 

8. Commencing at a post planted one mile south 
of the most westerly point of Sutherland Hay ; 
thence south SO chains; thence east 80 chains; 
thence north 80 chains ; thence west 80 chains 
to point of commencement ; containing OdO acres, 
more or less. 

Dated December 27th, 1911. 
ja25 GERTRUDE E. .MITCHELL. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. 

T .VKE notice that, tldrty days after date, I, 
Gertrude E. Mitchell, intend to apply to the 
Hon. the Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands : — 

9. Commencing at a post planted two miles soutli 
of a point one mile east of the most westerly point 
of Sutherland Hay, Drury Inlet; thence north 8U 
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence south 80 
chains ; thence west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; containing (MO acres, more or less. 

Dated December 28th, 1911. 
ja25 GERTRUDE E. .MITCHELL. 


VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. 

T .VKE notice that, thirty days after date, I, 
Gertrude E. Mitchell, intend to apply to the 
Hon. tile Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands : — 

10. Commencing at a post planted two miles 
south of a point one mile east of the most w-esterly 
point of Sutherland Hay, Drury Inlet; thence 
south 80 chains; thence 80 chains east; thence 
80 chains north ; thence 80 chains west to a point 
of commencement ; containing 040 acres, more or 
less. 

Dated December 28th, 1911. 
ja25 GERTRUDE E. xMITCHELL. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

N'K'TDRIA L.VND DISTRICT. 

I )I,S I ItlC I <>!■ ( 'OAH’f. 

ril.VKE .NoriCE that, thirty days after date, 1, 
-L Gertrude E. .Milehell. intend to apply lo (he 
Hon. the ( 'omiiiissioner ol Laials for a lii'eiiee to 
pi'o.speei lor <*oal an<l jielrideuin on the lollowiti.g 
deseribed lands : — 

1. < ’oninjeneing at a post planled at the mouth 
of creik at the extreme westerly point of Suther- 
land Ha.\. Drury Inh-l; thence north SO chains; 
iliem'e east SO chains; thence south SO chains; 

li.enee west along noi'llierly shore of Sutherland 
ihi.v to imint of eommiMieement ; containing (MO 
aci'cs, nioiT" or less. 

Dateil December 2(Ilh, 1911. 
ja2r) (M-;RTRUDE E. .MITCHELL. 

\1CT0R1A LAND DISTRICT. 

Dis'iiticr ((!• Coast. 

fn.VKE .NOTICE that, thirty days after d.itc, I, 
-L Gertrude E. .Milcludl, intend to appl.y lo the 
lion, llie ( 'ommissioner of Lands for a licence lo 
,nospecL foi- coal and pel. oleum on the following 
described lands: — 

2. Commencing at a iiost one mile east of the most 
uesleili point on the north shore of Sutherland 
. a.\', Drury Inlet; theiici; north SO chains; thence 
east SO ehains; thence south 00 chains; thence 
westerly along north shore of Sutherland Hay to 
iioint of commencement; containing 9s0 acres, 
moi'e or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
ja2.~) (M'.Rl'RLDE E. .MITCHELL. 

VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Coast. 

T .VKE notice that, thirty days after date, 1, 
Gertrude E. .Mitchell, intend to aiiply to the 
lion, the Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands :■ — 

8. Commencing at a post planted at the mouth 
of the creek at the extreme westerly point of 
Sutherland Hay, Drury Inlet; thence south 80 
chains ; thence east 80 chains ; thence north 80 
chains; thence westerly along south shore of 
Sutherland Ijay to point of commencement ; con- 
taining 040 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
ja25 ^(^lERTRLDE E. .MITCHELL. 

VICTORIA L.VND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. 

T .IKE notice that, thirty days after date, I, 
Gertrude E. .Mitcliell, intend to a|)ply to the 
lion, the Commissioner of Lands for a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lauds : — 

4. Commencing at a post planted two miles east 
of the most westerly point of Sutherland Hay, 
Drury Inlet; thence south 80 chains; thence west 
eU chains ; thence north S(J chains ; thence easterly 
along south shore of Sutherland Hay to point of 
commencement; containing U4U acres, more or less. 

Dated December 2(jth, 1911. 

'ja25 Gl-.Rr'RCDE E. MITCHELL. 

VICTORIA L.VND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. 

rpAKE NOTICE that, thirty days after date, 1, 
-L Gertrude E. .Mitchell, intend to apply to the 
lion, the Commissioner of Lands lor a licence to 
prospect for coal and petroleum on the following 
described lands : — 

o. Commencing at a post planted at the extreme 
westerly point of Sutherland Hay at north of 
creek, Drury Inlet ; thence north 80 chains ; thence 
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence 
east 80 chains to [loint of commencement ; con- 
taining (140 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 27th, 1911. 

GERTRUDE E, MITCHELL. 


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TllK UIMTISII COLUMBIA GAZETTU. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


O.MINEUA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rjlAKE NOTICE that I. Walter Skelhorue, of 
1 Calg'ary. Alta., farmer, iiiteud to applj' for 
a liopiice to prospect for coal aud petroleum over 
the following des'crihed lands : — Commencing at a 
post planied on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
north from ilie noiTli-east corner of Lot 12!); thence 
north SO chains, ('ast SO chains, soutli SO chains, 
we.'t SO cliaiii'’ to point of commencement ; known 
as Claim No. 20. 

Dated December lOtli. 1011. 
fel WALTER SKELIIORXE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelliorne, of 
X Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to pix)spect for coal and petroleum over 
tlie following des'cribod lands: — Commencing at a 
post planied on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and two miles ea^^t from the north-east corner 
of Lot 120. and' (iO chains easterly from Diary 
Creek; thence south SO chains, east SO chains, 
north 80 chains, west SO chains to point of com- 
lueiicemen't ; known as Claim No. 103. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rjl.V.KE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
X Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following des’cribed lands ; — Commencing at a 
pj.st planted on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
noish from the north-east corner of Lot 129; thence 
south so chains, east 80 chains, north 80 chains, 
we.st SO chains to point of commencement; known 
a.-J Claim No. 24. 

Dated December lOth, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rilAKE NOTICE that I, Whiter Skelhorne, of 
1 Calg’ary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosiiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 
l)ost planted on the Skeena sh)])e, about seven miles 
north from the north-east corner of Lot 129; thence 
north M) chains, west 80 Chaims, s-outh 80 chains, 
ea.st 80 chains to point of commencement ; known 
as Claim No. 21. 

Dated December lOth, 1911. 

fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rPAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
X Calgnry, Alta., farmer, intend to apiily for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petrohuim over 
tlie following de.'’cribed lands ; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
norih from the north-cast corner of Lot 12!); thence 
south SO chains. w(>st 80 chains, north SO chains’, 
cas-t t-O chains to point of commencement; known 
as Claim No. 2.'t. 

Dated December lOlh, 1911. 

fel WAl/LER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

ril-VKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
1 Calgary. .Vita., farmer, intend to apiily for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following des’crihed lauds: — Commencing at a 


post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and, one miie east from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129, and about 20 chains westerly from 
Mary Creek; thence north 80 chains’, west SO 
chains, siouth SO chains, east 80 chains to point of 
commencement ; known as Claim No. 30. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rn.VKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
1 Calgary. .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following de?jcribed lands : — ^Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and one mile oast from the north-east corner 
of I.ot 12!). and about 20 chains westerly fro;o 
Mary Creek; thence south 80 chains, east SO chains, 
norih ,'sO chain=, we.'st 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. 34. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
fel VVL\LTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

lAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, .Vita., farmer, intena to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following des’crihed lands : — ^Commencing at a 
post planied on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and one mile east from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129, and about 20 chains westerly from 
Mary Creek ; thence south 80 ciiains, Wes’! SO 
chains, north SO chains, eas’t .80 chains to point 
of commencement : known as Claim No. 33. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINEC.V LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I. Walter Skelhorne, of 
t'algary, .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on tlie Skeena slope, about three miles 
north and two miles east from the north-east corner 
of I ot 129; thence north .80 chains, east SO chains, 
south SO chains, west 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. G. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINEC.V LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
(’algary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosiiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted two miles north and two miles east 
of tlie north-east corner of Lot 129, District of 
Cassiar; thence north .H) chains, west .^0 chains, 
south SO chains, east 80 chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. 1. 

Dated December Gtli, 1911. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Comnienciiig at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about live miles 
north and three miles east from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south ,80 chains, east 80 
chains, north ,80 chains, west 80 chains to point of 
commencement ; known as Claim No. 8. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 

fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


MSI 


Ficimu auv 


Til 10 HIMTlSlI ('OLHMItLS ( I AZIOT'I'I-: 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

IIAZKI.TO.N I.A.N’I) niSriMC’I'. 


DisTKicr (>i- Coast, l{A.\(iK o. 

N <>'ri('10 is h(■l'('l>.v Kivi ‘11 that I, Harry I’alrirk 
.Idih'S, hot (*1 of tihutaiiiia, It.t'., 

inli'iid to apply for a licrncc to prospect for coal 
and petroleniii on the followiii)? descrihed lands: — 
i\o. Id. ( 'oimnenciiiK at a i)ost i)lanted about 
two miles east and two miles south of the I’.nlkley 
\’alley W’aKon-road Hridu**. where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek; thencc' east Sit chains; thence south 
SO chains; theiici' W(‘st SO chains; thence north 
SO chains to point of comimmeement. 

Hated I )ec(‘inl)er 7th, 1011. 
fel IIAUKY CATKICK .TONES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disthkt ok (Jokk.n Cm aui.ottk Isi.a.n’d.s. 
ridAKE NOTICE that 1. (Jeorffe II. Snell, 
I capitalist, of Walla Walla, Wash., intend to 
apply to the Chief Commi.s.s.ioner of Lands for a 
licence to i»rospect for coal and petroleum on the 
followiiifr d'l'-scrihed lands : — Conunenciii}; at a post 
planted in the nortli-w(‘st corm-i- of Sec. 20, d'p. 0. 
(Jraham Island ; thence SO chains south ; thence .St) 
chains east; thence SO chains north; thence SO 
chains west to place of beKinninj;; containing (HO 
acn's. 

Located .Taivuary 17th. 1012. 

(lEORGE 11. SNELL. 

C. D. EMMON.S, Agcvl. 

Witness: .7. W. Cooveht. feS 


N otice is hereby given that, thirty days after 
date, I intend to apply to the Chief Com- 
missioner of T.ands and to the Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Lands for the District of East Kootenay, 
for a licence to prospect for coal and iietroleum on 
the following descrihed lands, situate on the North 
Fork of Michel Oeek. about six miles north of the 
Canadian I’acific Railroad, and lying between the 
IMcInnes Croup and the Crow’s Nest Pass Coal 
Company's land : — Commencing at a post i)lanted 
at C. L. I lower's south-west corner, same being the 
initial post of L. AI. Morloy's claim, and marked 
“ Jj. M. Morley’s S.E. corner ” ; thence SO chains 
north; thence SO chains west; thence SO chains 
south ; thence SO chains east to place of beginning ; 
containing (>40 acres, more or less. 

Located December Kith. 1011. 

I.. AI. MORLEY, Locnior. 
ja2.5 ITatice r.AMEUOux, Agcni. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District ok Coast, Range n . 

N otice is hereby given that I, Harry I’atrick 
.Tones, hotelkeeper, of Clentanna. R.C.. 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands : — - 
No. l.'T. Commencing at a post planted about 
two miles east and two miles south of the Bulkley 
Valley Wagon-road Bridge, where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek ; thence east .SO chains ; thence north 
SO chains ; thence west .SO chains ; thence south 
SO chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December 7th. 1011. 
fel HARRY PATRICK .TONES. 


GRAHAM ISLAND. SKEENA DISTRICT. 


T ake notice that I. Jame? H. Hickey, of 
Prince Rupert. B.C.. prospector, intend to 
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over and 
under 040 acres of land:, bounded as follows ; — 
Beginning at a post planted on north-west corner, 
about one mile south of Coal Licence No. 4o9.n ; 
thence SO chains east ; thence .SO chains south ; 
thence chains west; thence .SO chains north to 
the point of commencement; containing (HO acres, 
more or less. 

Located November 2Gth. 1011. 
ja25 JAMES H. HICKEY. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

O.MI.NECA LAND DISTRIC'I’. 


DtS'lllICT OK Cahhiar. 

riTAKE .NOTICE that I, Waller Skelhorne, of 
1 Ciilgaiy. .Vita., farmer, intend to a|)pl,v for 
a lieenei' to pro^pi et lor coal and petroleum ovei 
the following de-eribed laiid>: — .Commencing at a 
jKist pi'inled on the .Skeeiia slope, about seven miles 
north and two mih's ea't from the noiih-easl coiTier 
of Lot P20. ami about ‘20 chains norl h-west eio’y 
from lh(“ juni’tiou of .Mary Creidc with th(“ Skecuia ; 
thence .south .'sO chain-’, west .‘’^0 chains, north .SO 
chains’, east SO chains to ])oint of commencmiienl ; 
known O'; Claim No. 10. 

Dated December 10th. 1011. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MI.NECA LA.ND DISTRICT. 


D1.STRICT OK Cassiak. 

rn.VKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
I Cilg’iny, .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to i)rosp(‘ct for coal and iietroleum over 
the following d(>'’cribeti lauds: — ^Commencing .at' a 
post planteil on the Skeena slojie. about nine miles 
north ami one mile east from the .lorth-east corner 
of Lot 120. .and about 20 chains westerly from 
.Mai'y Ciaa’k ; thence north .SO chains, east .SO chains’, 
south SO chains, west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement : known as Claim No. 

Dated December lOlh. 1011. 
fel WALTER SKELHORNE. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District ok Coast, Range .G. 

N OTK’E is hereby given that I. Hari-y Patiack 
.Tunes, hotelkeeper, of Glentanjia, B.C.. 
intend to apply for a licence to pros|)ect for coal 
and petroleum on the following descrihed lands: — 
No. 10. Commencing at a post p'anted about 
four miles east and tvvo miles south of the Bnlkh’.v 
Valley Wagon-road Bridge, where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek ; thence north <S0 chains : thence east 
■SO chains: thence south 80 chains; thence west 
.SO chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December 7th, 1011. 
fel HARRY PATRICK JONES. 


ILVZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range .0. 

N otice is hereby given that I, Harry Patrick 
.Tones, hotelkc'cper, f)f Clentanna. B.(T., 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands: — 
No. 11. Commencing at a post planted about 
four miles and two miles south of the Bulkley 
Valley Wagon-road Bridge, where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek; thence south .SO chains; thence west 
SO chains; thence north .SO chains; thence east 
SO chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 
fel HARRY P.VTRICK .TONES. 


IIAZELTON LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 
l^OTICE is hereby given that I, Harry Patrick 
Jones, hotelkeeper, of Clentanna. B.C.. 
intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal 
and petroleum on the following described lands: — 
No. 12. Commencing at a post planted about 
four miles east and two miles south of the Bulkley 
Valley Wagon-road Bridge, where it crosses Drift- 
wood Creek ; thence south 80 chains ; thence east 
. 0 chains , thence north 80 chains ; thence west 
.80 chains to point of commencement. 

Dated December 7th, 1911. 

HARRY PATRICK JONES. 


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TnE BEITISn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTiNG LICENCES. 


OMIXE'CA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Casstar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skclhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, iiiteud to aRply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and five miles west from the north- 
east corner of Loit 120; thence south SO chains, 
west SO chains, north SO chains, east SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. G7. 

Dated December ISth, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I. Waiter Skolhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosipect for co'al and petroleum over 
the following described land-s : — Commencing at a 
po.st planted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and five miles west from the north-ea‘<t 
corner of I..ot 120; thence north SO chains, west 
SO chains, south SO chains, east SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 7S. 

Dated December ISth. 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OIiIINECA LAND DhSTRICT. 


Di.strict of Ca.ssiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE tliat I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for co^al and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
pest planted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and two miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 120; thence noadh SO chains, east SO 
chains, south SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 74. 

Dated December ISth, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


0:dINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.strict of Casstar. 

T ake notice that I, IValter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described land.s : — Commencing at a 
po.st jilanted on the Stikine slope, about 1.1 miles 
north and four inile.s west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 120; thence south SO chains, east SO 
chains, north SO chains, west S<) chains to point 
of eoanmen cement ; known as 'Claim No. (10. 

Dated Decemlx'r ISth, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of (Avssiar. 

T ake notice that l. Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., faiuner, intend to apply for 
a licence to iirospect for coal and petroleum over 
the foHo'wing describwl land.s ; — Commencing at a 
post phanted on the iSlikinc 'Sloiie. about fifteen 
miles north and four miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 120; thence north SO chains, 
east SO chains, south SO chains, west SO chains 
to point of commencement; known a.s Claim No. 
7G. 

Dated December ISth, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .\KE notice that I. IValter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to- apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and iietroleuin over 
the following described land.s ; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 


miles north and itwo miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 120 ; thence south SO chains, 
west SO chains, north SO chains, east SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 70. 

Dated December ISth, 1011. 
feS IVALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, M'alter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for- 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post idanted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and two miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 12f) ; thence north SO chains, 
west SO chains, south SO chains, east 80 chains to 
point of commencement ; known 'as Claim No. 75. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS IVALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA I.AND DISTRICT. 

District of Cassiar. 

mAKE NOTICE that I, IValter Skelhorne, of 
-A- Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — ^Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and two miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129 ; thence south SO chains, 
ea-st SO chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 71. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS IVALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T IAKE NOTICE that I, AValter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend lo apply for 
a licence 'to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following de.scribed lands : — Commencing at a 
past planted on 'the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north 'and four miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO drains, 
west SO chains, north SO chains, east SO chain's to 
point of commencement; known as 'Claim No. GS. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS IVALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA lyAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, IValter Skelhorne, of 

Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to aiiply for 
a lici'iice 'to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described land.s; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and four miles we.st from the noi-th- 
easit corner of Lo.t 129; thence north SO chains, 
w(\st SO chains, south .SO cliains, east SO chains' to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 77. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS M'ALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, IValter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 
Iiost planted on the Skecna slope, about nine miles 
north and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence north SG chains, east 80 chains, 
south 80 chains, west SO chains to point of com- 
inencement; known as Claim No. 37. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 
fe8 WALTER SKELHORNE. 


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COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

O.MlXIvl'A LAM) DIS'I’liK'T. 

DISTUK’T (IK Cassiak. 

rpAKK NOTK’l': tliat I, Wall.'f Sk.-llii.riic, nf 
-L ( 'al.n’ar.v, Alta., farinar, iiilcii<l to apply far a 
lici'ivca to prosp.'ct for coal anil |)ct rol ami over the 
followiiii? il("<criliiHl lands :—( ’oaunciiciii};: at a piwt 
planted on iho Skeena slope, aliont nine miles north 
and live miles west from the north-ea.s't coiaier of 
Lot L2!); llumce north .'<0 clrainiS, wivsit SO chains 
south SO chaiiiis, east SO chains to i>oint of com- 
mencemen't ; known as <,'101111 Xo. -Li- 
Dated December Itllh, 1011. 
feS WALTKR SKLIJIDRXK. 


plaii'ti'd on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north . and two miles we.s'l from the norl b-ea.st corner 

of Lot rJO; sonlb so chains, east ■'■0 cbaiiis, 

north .SO chain.s, west .so chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim .Xo. JT. 

Dated Di'cember ITib. 1011. 
r,,S WAI/l'KR .SKKLIIORXIC. 


OMIXIOCA LAXD DISTRICT. 


O.^nXKCA LAXD DISTRICT. 

Di.s'rniCT oi'" Ca.s.siau. 

rpAKL NOTICD that 1, Walter Skelhorne, of 
-L C'aittnry, Alta., farmer, intend to apiily for « 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum ovi'r the 
followin;; describi'd lands: — ^ComimmcinK at a post 
planted on the Skeena slope, about nine mile..s noi'th 
and five miles wc^st from the noinh-east corner of 
Imt IliO; thence soirth 80 chains, we.st SO chains, 
north SO chain.s, east SO clmiiis to point of com- 
mencement : known as Claim Xo. 27. 

Dated December Kith, 11)11. 
feS W.VLTT.R SKELIIORXIO. 

0 MIX EC A LAXD DISTRICT. 


I )IS'I ttlCT OK < 'ASKIAIt. 

mAKE .NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
J- Calaary, Alla., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to iirospeci for coal and |)e|rolenm ovi'r 
the f(dlowin}t described lands: — Commenciii}; at a 
post planted on the Slikine slopi*. about nineteen 
mil(“S noi’lh and four miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 12!) and about 20 chains west 
of Indian ftrave; thence south ■'■<1 chains, east SO 
chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to iioint 
of commencement: known as Claim .Xo. !).'<. 

Dated December Dili, Dll. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MIXECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distuict of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
JL C^aljrary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to pro.spect for coal .and petroleum over the 
followim; describe<l lands: — Commencins: at a posit 
planted on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north .and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 12f); thence north SO chains, e.ast SO chains, 
south SO chains, west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim Xo. -10. 

Dated December 17th, 1011. 
feS WALTER iSKELIIORNE. 

OMIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


Di.stiuct ok Cahsiar. 

a AAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skidhorne, of 
Calaary, .\lta.. farmer, intend to a|)ply for 
a licenci' to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencins at a 
liost planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and four miles west from the north- 
cast corner of Lot 120 and about 20 chains Avest 
of Indian arave ; thence north SO chains, west SO 
chains, south .''^) chains, east SO chains to iioint 
of commencement; known as Claim Xo. 101. 

Dated December 10th, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 

O.MIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Cas.siar. 

T ake notice that I, IValter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following de.scribed lands: — Commencing at a post 
plamted on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of T.ot'129; thence south SO chains, cast SO chain.s, 
north 80 chains, Avest SO chains to point of com- 
mencement; knoAAn as Claim No. 48. 

Dated December 17th, Dll. 
feS IVALTER SKEIdlORXE. 

OMIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


DI.STRICT of CA.S.StAR. 

T ake notice that .I, M'alter Skelhorne, of 
•Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence lo pro.spect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands: — ^Commencing at a posit 
planted on ithe Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north and four miles Ave.st from the north-east 
corner of Imt 129: thence north 80 chains, east 80 
chains, south SO chains. Avest 80 chains to poimt 
of commencemenit ; knoAA'n a.s Claim No. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 


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feS 


AV.ALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMIXEC.V LAXD DLSTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that I, M'alter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, .-Vita., farmer, intend to apply for a ; 
licence <o prospect for coal and petroleum over Ihe I 
folloAving described lands: — Commencing at a posit : 
planted on 'the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north and tAvo miles Avest from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence north 80 chains, east SO chains, 
south SO chains, Avest SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; knoAvn as Claim No. 90. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 
feS WALTER , SKELHORNE. 

O.MIXECA LAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, 'Walter Skelhorne. of 
Calg'ary, .\lta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 'the 
folIoAving described lands : — Commencing at a posit 

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Di.strict of Cassiar. 

T .VKE NOTICE that I, AValter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
plamted on the Skeena River slope, about eleA’en 
miles north and four miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, 
ea.st 80 chains, north SO chains, west SO chains 
to point of commencement ; knoAAm as Claim Xo. 
4.3. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 
feS MLVLTER SKELHORNE. 


OMI.XEC.V LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

^ I DVKE XOIICE that I, 1\ alter Skelhorne. of 
Calgaii, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the folloAAing described lands: — Commencin'** at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about sev'enteen 
miles north and five miles Avest of the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, Avest 80 
chains, north 80 chains, cast 80 chains to point of 
commencement; knOAvn as Claim Xo. 79. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 

IV.VLTER SKELHORNE. 


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THE BEITISII COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMINKCA LAND DISTRICT. 


DrSTKlCT OF Cassiar. 

T AKPI notice that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calg'ary, Alta., farmer, intend to n-pply for « 
licence to prospect for coal and petrolemn over the 
following described lands: — ^Commencing at a post 
planted on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
norih and two miles west from the north-ea.st 
corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chain.s. west SO 
chains, south SO chains, east SO chains to point of 
commencement; known as Claim No. .91. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 
feS WAI/i'ER 'SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
C'alg'ary, Alta., farmer, inton'd to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petrolemn over the 
following described lands : — ■Commencing at a 'posit 
plairted on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north and two miles west from the north-east corner 
"of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, west SO chains, 
north SO chains, east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement; known as Claim No. 40. 

Dated December 17th, 1911. 
feS WALTER 'SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and four miles iwest from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129 and about 20 chains west 
of an Indian grave ; thence north 80 chains, east 
SO chains, south SO chains, west .SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 100. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


Ol^IINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coat and petroleum over 
the following di'scribed lands: — Commencing at a 
post i)lanted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and two miles west from the north- 
east corner of hot 129; thence south .SO chains, 
west .SO chains, north .SO chains, east .SO chains to 
l)oint of commencement; known as Claim No. 94. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA [>AND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and iietroh'um over 
the following described lands: — Commeneing at a 
l)ost jilanted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and two miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129; thence north St) chains, 
west 'SO chains, south .SO chains, east .SO chains to 
point of commi'iicement ; kuow’ii as Claim No. 99. 

Dated December 19lh. 1911. 
f,.8 WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of ('assiar. 

T .\KE notice that T. AValter Skelhorne. of 
('••ilgary, .Mta.. farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following descrihed lands: — Commencing at a 


post planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and two miles w’est from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, 
east SO chains, north .SO chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; knoivn as Claim No. 95. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and tw'o miles w'est from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129 ; thence north SO chains, 
east SO chains, south .SO chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 98. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Mkalter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and one mile west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129 ; thence south SO chains, east SO 
chains, north .80 chains, w^est .80 chains to point of 
commencement ; knowm as Claim No. 96. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS "WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen 
miles north and one mile west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, east SO 
chains, south 80 chains, west <80 chains to point of 
commencement ; known as Claim No. 97. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS "WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA 'LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that I. Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and iietroleiim over the 
following descrihed lands : — Commencing at a post 
lilanted on the Stikine slojie, about seventeen miles 
north and one mile west from the north-cast corner 
of Lot 129; thence .south SO chains, east SO chains, 
noiith .SO chain.s, west .SO chains to point of com- 
■mencemeivt ; known as 'Claim No. 84. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cas.siar. 

T .VKE notice that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence lo pro.spect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands :— Commencing at a po.st 
planted on the Stikine 'Slope, about seventeen miles 
north and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence north .SO chains, east .80 chains, 
south .80 chains, wesit ,80 chains .to point of com- 
mencement; known as Claim No. 85. 

Dated December 19th. 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


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Fkiikuaky 2lNi), IDTJ.l Til 10 T.IMTISII ('OLCMIIIA (lAZIOTTIO. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

O.M INKCA I.AXI) DIS'l'KKT. 


Disruicr of ('assiah. 

rnAKH NOTH ’10 thiit I, Wiilt.T Sk.'lliorm-, of 
-L ( 'jiUiti-.v, Allii., fnniicr, iiitciid to niiply for ii 
lici‘iic(' to prospect for eoitl and petrolciiiii over the 
following deserihed lands: ( 'oniiiienein,:? at. a iiost 
poist planted on tin* iStikiiU! sloije, tihont seventeen 
miles north and live miles west from 'the north- 
iMst ('orner of l;o't iL'll; tlnmce north SO chains, 
west SO chains, south SO chains, east SO cdiiiins ito 
'lK>int of connncncement ; kno\Mi a.s f'laim No. IMh 
IVited Dcccimber l!Hh, 1!M1. 
fcS WALTlOK SKIOLllOliNlO. 


O.MINIOCA d.AXI) DISTUlC'l'. 

Distuict of (.'a.shiak. 

T AKIO XOTIt’K that I, Wjilter Skelhorne, of 
t’al.aary, Alta., farmer, intend to apid.v for a 
licence to |)rospect for cotil and ;)etrolenm over the 
followinjj desi'rihed lands: — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine sloi)e, ahont seventeen miles 
north and four miles west from the north-e:i.st 
corm>r of Lot 12!); ithence south SO chains, weist 
SO chains, noidh SO chains, (>ast SO chains to point 
of convinenceimeirt ; known as Claim Xo. SO. 

Dated December l!)tb, 1011. 
feS WALTKU SK lOLlIOKiXE. 


OMIXKCA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distiuct of Cassiau. 

T AKL notice that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described holds : — Commencing at a post 
planfed on the Stikine slope, about seveniieen 
miles north and four miles west from fhe north- 
east corner of Lo't 12!); thence north SO chains, 
west SO chains, south SO chain.s, east SO chains 
to point of commencement ; known as Claim Xo. 
89. 

'Dated Decemiier 19th. 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 

Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands: — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine Blope. about seventeen miles 
north and four miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, ea.st 
SO chains., nonth SO chains, west SO chain.s to 
point of comimencement ; known as Claim No. 81. 

Dafed December 19th, 1!)11. 
f eS W A I/TE R S K E LI I O RN E. 


OMINECA DAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 

Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum o\er the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slo'pe, alxiut seventeen miles 
north and four miles west from the north-east 
corner oif Lot 129; thence north SO chains, east 
SO chains, somth 80 chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 88. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 

Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about seventeen miles 


ii'orlli iiml two miles wesl fioni the noil b-l•.‘lst 
corm r of Lot 129 ; ihciice iiorili .'''<) cbaiiis, wc.st 
.SO clmins, soulb .'“<) i-baiiis, easl .SO cbaiiiH lu 'jioiiil 
of commi’iii'emen t ; known as ( laim .Xo. Si. 

I )alcd Drci iubi'r I!)lb, 1911 . 
f,.S WAI/I'ER SKEIdIDRNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DIS'l’RICl'. 

District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE .notice that 1, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, .Mta., farmer, intend to ap|d.v lor a 
licenei' to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lamis:- Commencing at a post 
planted -on the Slikim" ,slop(', about seventeen miles 
north and two mil(*s west from ilbe noiMb-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence .souitli .‘^0 clwiin.s, wi'st SI) 
chain.s, north St) chains, I'ltsl SO chains to point of 
commenceinent ; known a.s Claim No. .82. 

Dated December l!)lh, 1911. 
fe.S WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.stru'T of Cassiar. 

mAKE .NOl'ICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
J- Calgary, .Mta.. farmer, intmid to apidy for a 
licence to iirosjiect for coal and iietroleum over the 
following described lands: — Commencing at a jiost 
■jilanited on the Stikine slope, about sevoirtemi miles 
north and two miles west from tlii' nniith-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south 80 clnains, east 
SO chains, north SO chains, we«t SO chains to point 
of coinmencemcirt ; known as Claim No. 88. 

Dated December 19th, 1!)11. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .VKE notice that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and iietroleum ov(*r the 
following described lands: — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about seventeen miles 
north and two miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, east 80 
chains, south SO chains, west 80 chains to point 
of oommencement ; known as Claim No-. SO. 

Dated Decemher 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


O.MINECA L.VND DISTRICT. 


District of Ca.ssiar. 

T .VKE notice that I, M’alter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, .Mta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on tlie summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about one mile and threo-(]uarters 
west of monument, thirteen miles north and four 
miles west from the north-east corner of Lot 129 ; 
thence south SO chains, east 80 chains, north SO 
chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement ; 
known as Claim No. 57. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS IV.VLTER SKELHORNE. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


UISTRICT OF CASSIAR. 

r I LIKE NOilCE that I, M alter Skelhorne, of 
-L Calgary, .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about a quarter of a mile east of 
monument and thirteen miles north and two miles 
west from the north-east corner of Lot 129 ; thence 
south 80 chains, west SO chains, north So’ chains, 
east SO chains to point of oommencement ; known 
as Claim 58. 

Dated December ISth, 1911 . 

WALTER SKELHORNE. 


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THE IHHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distiuct of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgarj’, Alta., fanner, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petrolemn over 
the following described lands : — Coniinencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about eleven 
miles north and four miles west from the north- 
east corner of Imt 12S) ; thence south SO chains, 
west SO chains, north 80 chains, east 80 chains to 
point of coinmeuceaient ; known as Claim No. 44. 

Itated December ITth, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distiuct of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about a quarter of a mile east of 
monument and thirteen miles north and two miles 
west from the north-east corner of Lot 129 ; 
thence south SO chains, cast SO chains, north SO 
chains, west SO chains to point of commencement ; 
known as Claim 59. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T .VKE notice that I, Walter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commeiicing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen miles 
north and five miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129 ; thence north SO chains, west 
SO cliaims, south SO chains, east SO chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 102. 

Dated! December 19th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Cassiak. 

T .VKE notice that I, Walter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, -Mta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosiiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following descrilied lands; — Commencing at a 
post iilanted on the Skeena shipe, about seven miles 
north and two miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 12!> ; thence north SO chains, west 
SU chains, south SO chains, east SO (chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 22. 

Dated December Kith, R)1L 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T .\KE notice that I, ^Valt('r Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to ajiply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petrohuim over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planti'd on the Skeena slope', about seven miles 
north and two miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence north .SO chains, east 
SU chains, south SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 22. 

Dated December Kith, 1911. 
foS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA l.AND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T ake NOTK'E that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
(.'algary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosjiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Comnienciug at a 


post planted on the Skeena slope, about seven miles 
north and two miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129 ; thence south SO chains, east 
SO chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 20. 

Dated December 10th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following de.scribed lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted thirteen miles north and one mile 
west from the north-east corner of Lot 129, on 
the summit of the Stikine and Skeena Rivers, 
about one mile and a quarter east of monument ; 
thence south SO chains, east SO chains, north 80 
chains, west 80 cliains to point of commencement ; 
known as Claim 60. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS IVALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about one mile and three-quarters 
west of monument, thirteen miles north and four 
miles west from the north-east corner of Imt 129 ; 
thence south SO chains, west SO chains, north 80 
chains, east SO chains to point of commencement ; 
known as Claim No. 56. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 

feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alla., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Skeena slope, about thirteen miles 
north and seven miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 12t); thence south SO chains, east 
SO chains, north SO chains, west 80 chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 3. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 

feS lYALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 

District of Cassiak. 

T .VKE NOTK'E that I, M'alter Skelliorne, of 
t'algary, .Vila., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
Iilanled' on the Skeena slope, about thirteen miles 
north and seven miles wret from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence north SO chains, east 
SO chains, soulh SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commenceiiK'Ut ; known as Claim No. I. 

Dated Decemher ISth, 1911. 
feS AVALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District cf Cassiak. 

rri-VKE NOTICIO that I, Walter Skelliorne, of 
-L Calgary, .Vita., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to jirosiiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post Iilanted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skc'i'iia Rivers, about two miles and three-(|uarters 
west of monument, thirteen miles north and five 
miles west from the north-east corner of Ivot 
129; thence south SO chains, west SO chains, north 
,S0 chains, east 80 chains to point of commence- 
ment; known as Claim No. 55. 

Dated December ISth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


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COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

O.MIXKCA LAM) DISTKIC'I'. 

DISTUICT ok ('ASSIAlt. 

rnAKK NOTICL Hint I, Wiillcr Skcllinriic, of 
-L ( ’iilKiir.v, Alta., farmer, intcMid to apiily for a 
lii‘('iu’(' to prospect for coal ami iietroleiim over I lie 
rollowiiif; (le.s-erilieil laiiiUs : ( 'ommeiieiiiK at a iiost 

plaiili'd oil tlie Ski'ciia sloiii', alioiit eleven miles 
north and' four miles we.st from the north-ea,st 
eormn- of Lot lUt); thence north SO chains, weist 
SO chains, south SO (diains, ea.st SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as t'laim No. 

Dated December 17th, 1011. 
feS WAl/rKll SKKLIIOUXE. 


OAIIXECA LAND DISTUICi'. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake NOTIEE that I, Waiter Skedhorne, of 
Calsary, Alta., farmer, iiijend to ajiply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
folLowiiif? described lands : — Commencing at a jiost 
Iilanted on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north and live miles west from the north-east 
corner of I.ot lilt); tauice north .''D chains, west 
SO chains, soiitli 80 chahm, ea.st SO chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. ill. 

Dated December 17th, lt)ll, 
feS WALTER SKELllORNE. 


OMIXECA LAND DISTRIC'T. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhornc, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Skeena slope, about eleven miles 
north and five miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, west 
SO cliain.s. north SO chains, east SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 43. 

Dated December 17th, 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELHORXE. 


OMIXECA lAXD DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhornc, of 
Calgary, Alla., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted' on the Skeena slope, about twelve miles 
north and seven miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; th.ence south SO chains, east 
SO chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 2. 

Dated! December 17th, 1911. 

feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following de.scribed lands : — Commencing at a post 
planted on the Stikine slope, about nineteen miles 
north and four miles west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129, and about 20 chains west of an Indian 
grave; thence south SO chains, west SO chains, 
north SO chains, east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement ; known as Claim No. 92. 

Dated December 19th, 1911. 

feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelhorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for a 
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the 
following described lands ; — Commencing at a ])ost 
planted on the Skeena slope, about fifteen miles 


uiu'lli and iJcvi'ii miles west from 111 " iiorl li -easl 
col lier of Lot I2:i; I hence iiorlli .SO .•haiiis, easl .''O 
chains, soiilli .SO chains, weP, .''0 clmins^lo iioinl of 
coninieiiceiiieii I ; known as I laini .No. ■>. 

Dated Di'Cciiiber I.Sib, 1911. 
r,.s WALTEU SKELHORNE. 


O.MIXECA LAND DlSritlC'!’. 

Di.strk't ok Cas.'-tar. 

rp.VKE NO'l'lCE lliat 1, Walter Skclliorne, of 
-L Calgary, Alla., farmer, inicinl to ajiply for a 
licence to pros]K'ct for coal and jielrolciiiu o\'er I be 
following (lescribc’d lands; — tjommencing at a post 
planteil on the .Stikine slojic, about ninelcmi miles 
norlh and five miles west from 1 Ih‘ north-east 
corner of Lot 12!); thence south SO chains, we.-Jl 
.SI) chains, norlh .SO chains, ('asl SO cliain.s to point 
of coiiimenceuumt ; known as Claim No. 91. 

Dated D. cember RIth, 1!)11. 
feS WALTER SKELllORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District ok Cassiar. 

m.\KE NOTICE that I, Walter Skclliorne, of 
-L Calgary, Alla., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to jirosiiect for coal and pelrolenm over 
the following described lands; — Commciiciiig at a 
post planted on the .Stikiiii' slojie, about fifteen 
miles norlh and one mile west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence norlh .SO chains, cast SO 
chains, south .St) chains, west .SO chains to imiiit of 
commencement; known as Claim No. 73. 

Dated December LSth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKEIJIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, AValter Skelhorne. of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum ovei' 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
liost planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about two miles and tbree-iiuarters 
west of monument, thirteen miles north and five 
miles west from the north-east corner of Lot 129; 
thence north .SO chains, west 80 chains, south .SO 
chains, east .SO chains to point of commencement; 
known as Claim No. 00. 

Dated December IStb, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rriAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
-L Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to aiiply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum' over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about one mile and tbree-uuarters 
west of monument, thirteen miles north and four 
miles west from the north-east corner of Lot 129; 
thence north .80 chains, wu'st .SO chains, south SO 
chains, east 80 chains to point of commencement ; 
knowm as Claim No. 05. 

Dated December 18th, 1911. 

feS WALTER SKELHORNE. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

mAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelhorne, of 
-L Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stik ne and 
Skeena Livers, about one mile .and tliree-ipiarters 
west of monument, thirteen miles north and four 
miles west from tlie north-east corner of Lot 129- 
thence north 80 chains, east ,80 chains, south~86 
r lains, west .*'0 chains to point of commencement' 
knowm as Claim No. 04. 

Dated December 18th. 1911. 

WALTER SKELHORNE. 


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TOE BinTIt5lI COLUMBIA GAZETTE. 


[February 22ni), 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiab. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
CaIaal•J^ Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to jjrospect for coal and petroleum over 
the folloAvins described lands : — Commencing at a 
post idanted on tlie Stikine slope, about fifteen 
miles north and one mile west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 12;); thence south SO chains, east 80 
chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to point of 
commencement ; known as Claim No. 72. 

Dated December ISth. 1011. 
feS WALTER SKELLIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiab. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosiiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, about a quarter of a mile east of 
monument, and thirteen miles north and two miles 
west from the north-east corner of Lot 129 ; thence 
north SO chains, west SO chains, south SO chains, 
east SO chains to point of commencement ; known 
as Claim No. G3. 

I)atcd December ISth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELLIORNE. 


OMINECA I^AND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiab. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and three miles west from the north-east 
corner of ijot 129 ; thence north 80 chains, east 
SO chains, south SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 39. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA I>AND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena sloiie, about nine miles 
iioi'th and three miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, east 
.SO chains, north SO diains, west .SO chains to point 
of commenceimmt ; known as Claim No. 30. 

Hated December IGth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 

r'" — ■ 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .\KE notice that I, Walter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, .Mta.. farim'r, intend to apiily for 
a licmice to iirospect for coal and petroleum over 
th(> following described lands : — Commencing at a 
Iiost planted on tin- Skeena sloix', about nine miles 
north and Ihna' mih's wi'st from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; llnmce north .SO chains, west 
.SO chains, south .SO chains, east .SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 40. 

Dated Decmnher IGth. 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .\KI'] notice that I. Walter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 


post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and three miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129 ; thence south SO chains, west 
.80 chains, north SO chains, east 80 chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 29. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


OMINECA I. AND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and five miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129 ; thence north SO chains, east 
.80 chains, south 80 chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 41. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELLIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiab. 

T ake notice that I, ^yalter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the summit of the Stikine and 
Skeena Rivers, and about a quarter of a mile east 
of monument, aud thirteen miles north and two 
miles west of the north-east corner of Lot 129 ; 
thence north SO chains, east SO chains, south SO 
chains, west SO chains to point of commencement ; 
known as Claim No. G2. 

Dated December 18th, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKEIMIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiab. 

T ake notice that I, M’alter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary. Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted thirteen miles north and one mile west 
from the north-east corner of Lot 129, on the sum- 
mit of the Stikine and Skeena Rivers, about one 
mile and a quarter east of monument ; thence north 
.SO chains, east .80 chains, south SO chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement; known as Claim 
No. Gl. 

Dated December 18th, 1911. 
feS WAI/LER SKELLIORNE. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Waiter Skelliorne, of 
Calgary, Alta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and one mile west from the north-east corner 
of Lot 129; thence south .80 chains, west SO chains, 
north SO chains, east .80 chains to point of com- 
mencement; known as (Haim No. 31. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 
feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rPAKE NOTICE that I, Walter Skelliorne, of 
-L Calgary, -Mta., farmer, intend to apply for 
a licence to prosjiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following describc’d lands ; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Skeena slope, about nine miles 
north and five miles west from the north-east 
corner of Lot 129; thence .south .80 chains, east 
.80 chains, north 80 chains, west ,80 chains to point 
of commencement; known as Claim No. 28. 

Dated December IGth, 1911. 

feS WALTER SKELIIORNE. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES 


O.MIMOCA LAM) DlS'l'IJlC'r. 

DlSTUKVr ()!•' Cahmiah. 

rnAKH N’O'l'K'K timt 1, Ktlicl .'Mc( ’iMiilx'r, df 
-i- 1 lazt'Itoii, H.C., Iirokcr, inli'iuli to apiily I'or 

a lii'i'iicf li> inDspi'ct for coal and pal roli’iini ovi-r 
till' fi)lla\vins (lt's<'ril)i'(l lands ’oniini'iiciiif? al a 
post |)lanl(‘d on the St Heine .slioi)e, ahont twenty- 
three miles northi and four miles west from the 
north-»‘ast ('oriu'r of Lot Hill; Ihenee north 80 
ehains, east SO ehains, wiillr SO cdiains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 

Dated December 20th, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCU.MHEK. 


O.MINECA LAND DLSTKICT. 


Disthict op Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel :\IcCnml)cr, of 

Ilazelton, T..C., broker, intend to a'i)ply for 
a licenco to prospect for coal ami poli'olenm over 
the followiiift described lands: — Cominencinj; at a 
ivost planted on the Slikine slope, about tweirly- 
tive miles north and four miles west fro’in the north- 
east corner of Jyot 121); thence south SO chaiim, east 
SO chains, north SO chains, west chains to i)oint 
of commencement ; known ws Claim No. 24. 

Dated Decembor 21st, 11)11. 
feS ETHEL McCUMT.ER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Distuict of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, antend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the folloAving described lands : — Cornaneueing at a 
post planted on the Snikine slope, about twien'ty- 
seven miles north and six miles wes't from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129 ; thence north SO chains, east 
SO chains, south SO chains, westt SO chains to point 
of commencemenii ; known as Claim No. 40. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUAIRER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
five miles north and. eight miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129; thence south SO chains, 
west SO chains, north SO chains, easit 80 chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 29. 

Dated Decemher 21st, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Hazelton, B.C., broker, intend, to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and' petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty-one 
miles north' and six miles and a half west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 129; thence north SO 
chains', west SO chains, south SO chains, east SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 12. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Hazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 


post plaulrd on the Slikiiu' .>b))ie. about Iwenl.V-oue 
miles north ami live miles ami ti hall west I rom 
the mirth-easl corner of Lol I2!l; Iheiice south Sli 
chains, west Stl chains, north Sti chain.s, east SO 
chains lo jaiint of coinineiice.im nt ; known as Claim 
No. 2. 

Dati'd December 2(llb, 191 1. 
f,.,S ETHEL .McCr.MRER. 


D.MINCCA LAND DIS'I'RICT 


District of ('askiar. 

T ake NO'I'ICE tlmt I, Elhel Mct'nmber, of 
Ilazelton. B.C., broker, intend lo tipitly for 
a licence to prospect for coal ami petroleiiin ovei' 
the following desci'ibed lamls : -( 'oinmeiicing al a 

post planted on the .Stikine s'lopc. alamt twenty-one 
miles north and live miles and ti half west from 
lh(‘ noi’th-east corner of Lot 129; thence south .SO 
chains, east SO chain.s, north SO chains, west .SO 
chains to point of comnieiicemenl ; known tis Chaim 
No. ;{. 

Dated! December 20th. 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCCMBER. 


O.MINECA L.\ND DISTRICT. 


DI.STRICT of CAS.SIAR. 

rnAKE NOTICE that I, Ethel Methimber, of 
-L Hazelton. B.C., broker, iiileml lo apply for 
a licence lo jirosiiect for coal ami I'ctrolenm ovei' 
the follo.wing desmibed lamls: — Commencing at a 
pos't planted on the Stikine ^>lope. about Iwcnt.y-one 
inilpB north and' five miles and a half west from 
the north-east corner of Lot 12!); thence north 80 
chains, west .SO chains, south SO chains, ca.st .SO 
chains to point of com.mencement ; known a.s Claim 
No. 11. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCCMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cas.siar. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel IMcCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C.. broker.' intenTli to aiiply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and. petroleum over 
the fn.llo.wing described, lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty-one 
miles north and' five miles and a half we.'at from 
the north-east corner oif Lot 129; thence north SO 
chains, east SO chain.s, south SO chains, 'west SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 10. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCCMBER. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T .\KE notice that I, Ethel ^IcCumber, of 
Hazelton. B.C., hrober. intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands: — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
three miles north and three miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 129; thence north .SO 
chains, east SO chains, south 80 chains, wc.st SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 2.3. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCCMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

rpAKE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
-L Hazel'ton, B.C.. broker, intend to a.pply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ;— Commencing at a 
post plantC'd on the Stikine slope, about tiven'tv- 
five miles north and five miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129 ; thence south 80 chains, east 
80 chains, north SO chains, west SO chains to point 
of commencement ; known as Claim No. 2,"). 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

ETHEL McCCMBER. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 


OMIXiECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiak. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazeltoii, B.C., broker, intend lo applj’ for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twentj’-five 
miles north and four mileisi wc^'t from the north-east 
corner of Lot 121); thence north SO chains, east SO 
chains, south. SO chains, west SO chains to point of 
commencement; known as Claim No. 30. 

Dated December 21st. 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to appl 3 ' for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing at a 
po>'t planted on the Stikine slope, about twentj'- 
tliree miles north and seven miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 120 ; thence south SO 
chains, west SO chains, north SO chains, ea.st SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. IT. 

Dated December 20tb, 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 

OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 

Disteict of Cassiae. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to applj' for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
tire following described lands : — 'Commencing at a 
posit planted on the Stikine slope, about twentj’- 
three miles north and seven miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lo't 120; thence north SO 
chain.si. west SO chains, south SO chains, cast SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. IS. 

Dated December 20th. 1011. 
feS ETHEL iMcCLLMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

T .VKE notice that I, Ethel .McCumber, of 
Hazeltori. It.C., liroker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following (lescribed lands: — Commencing at a 
|) 0 .>it planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
three miles north and six miles west from the north- 
east corner of [,ot 120; thence south SO chains, 
west St) chain.'', north SO chains, cast SO chains to 
isiiiit of cninmencenrent ; known as Claim No. 10. 

Date.l December 20th. 1011. 
tvs ETHEL .McCU.MBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, 11. C.. broker, intend to apt)ly for 
a licence to jirosiiect for coal and petroleum over 
the following deseribe-d lands: — Commencing a.t a 
po-'t i)lanled on the Stikine slojic, about twenty- 
three miles nrii-th and six miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 120; thence north SO chains, 
west SO chains, south SO chains, east 80 clraiiLs to 
lioint of coiumeucement ; knewn as Claim No. 10. 

Dated December 2()th, 1!)I1. 
fe8 ETHEL McCEMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Di.stbict of Cassiae. 

T .MsE notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton. It.C., broker, intend to appl.v for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following de.scribed lands; — ^Commencing at a 


paid planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
three miles north and six miles west fi'om the north- 
east corner of Lot 120; thence south SO chains, 
east SO chains, north SO chains, west SO chains 
to point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 14. 

Dated December 20th. 1011. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel .McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — Commencing a.t a 
posit planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
three miles north and six miles west from the north- 
east corner of Lot 129 ; thence north SO chains, 
east SO chains, south SO chains, west SO chains to 
point of commencement ; known as Claim No. 20. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
foS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 

Disteict of Cassiae. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel iMcCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — ^Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
three miles north and four miles west from the 
north-east corner of Lot 129 ; thence south SO 
chains, west SO chains, north SO chains, east SO 
chains to point of commencement ; known as Claim 
No. 15. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCUMBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

mAKE NOTICE that I, Ethel ISIcCninber, of 
JL Ilazelton. B.C.. bi'oker. intend to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands : — ^Commencing at a 
liC'Sit planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty- 
three miles north and four miles avest from the 
north-east corner of Dot 129; 'thence north SO 
chains, west SO chains, south SO chains, east SO 
chains to point of commencenieut ; known as Claim 
No. 21. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCU.MBER. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

T ake notice that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C.. broker, intend to apply for 
•1 licence to prospcK;! for coal and petroleum over 
the following described lands ; — ^Commencing at a 
pos>t planted on the Stikine slope, about twency- 
three miles north and four miles west from the 
norlh-eiafi.t corner of Lot 129; thence south SO 
chains, east SO chains, north SO chains, west SO 
chains to point of commencement; known as Claim 
No. 13. 

Dated December 20th, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCEMBER. 

O.MINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


Disteict of Cassiae. 

T .\KE NOTICE that I, Ethel McCumber, of 
Ilazelton, B.C., broker, intend! to apply for 
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over 
the following described. lands; — Commencing at a 
post planted on the Stikine slope, about twenty-one 
miles north and three miles and a half west from 
the noiTh-eas*t corner of lyot 129; thence south. 80 
chains, west 80 chains, north SO chains, east 80 
chains to point of comnnencement ; known as Claim 
No. 4. 

Da' d December 20lh, 1911. 
feS ETHEL McCEMBER. 


Fkiuuiauy 22ni), 


TIIF lUv’ITISIl (’OI.IIMI'.IA 


(WYAVl'TK. 




COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES. 

mAKK NO'l'K'K Unit, thirty ilii.vs iift.T (hit.-, I 
JL intend to iipidy to tin* ('liicf ( 'oininissioncr of 
Lands for a licence to prospect for coal and 
Iictrolenin on and under (iHt acres of land, 
described as follows: — 

4. t'oinineiu'inji at a post planti'd on an island 
thri'e-ipiartcrs of a mile north-east of Maud Island, 
umrkisl “,1. (\ Keith, X.K. corimr ” ; thi'iico south 
SO chains; thmicc west SO chains; Ihcncc north 
SO chains; thence east SO (diains to point of com- 
nnMicement. 

l>ated December 21st, 1011. 

,7. C. KEITH. 

feS .Jonathan Kit.son, Af/cni. 

T ake notice that, thirty days after date, I 
intend to aiHily to the Chief ('ommissioner of 
Lands for a licence to prospect for coal and 
petroleum on and under 010 acres of land, 
described as follows: — 

5. Commencing at a jiost iilanti'd on an island 
one mile south of ,7. C. Keith’s No. 1 coal claim ; 
thence east SO chains; thence south SO chains; 
thence west SO chains; thence north 80 chains 
to point of coinmencemont. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

.7. C. ICEITII. 

feS Jonathan Kitson, Ar/eiU. 

T ake notice that, tlnrt.v days after date, I 
intend to apjily to the Chief Commissioner of 
J.ands for a licence to prospect for coal and 
petroleum on and under G-10 acres of land, 
described as follows : — 

G. Commencing at a post idanted on IMoresby 
Island two miles south and one mile east of .7. C. 
Keith’s No. 1 coal claim thence south SO chains; 
thence west 80 chains; thence north SO chains; 
thence east SO chains to point of commencement. 
Dated December 21st, 1911. 

J. C. IvEITII. 

feS Jonathan Kitson, Af/ent. 

T AIaE NOTICI^ that, thirty da.ys after date, I 
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
I^ands for a licence to prospect for coal and 
petroleum on and under G40 acres of land, 
described as follows : — 

1. Commencing at a post planted on an island 
three-quarters of a mile north-east of Aland Island, 
marked “ J. C. Iveith, S.E. corner ” ; thence north 
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence south 
SO chains ; thence east SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

J. C. IvEITII. 

feS .Jonathan Ivitson, Agent. 

T .VKE NOTICE that, thirty days after date, I 
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of 
I.,ands for a licence to prospect for coal and 
petroleum on and under G40 acres of land, 
described as follows : — 

2. Commencing at a post planted on an island 
three-quarters of a mile north-east of Aland Island, 
marked “ J. C. Keith, S.W. corner ” ; thence north 
so chains; thence east 80 chains; thence south 
SO chains ; thence west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

J. C. KEITH. 

feS .Jonathan Kitson, Agent. 

T ake notice that, thirty days after date, 1 
intend to appl.y to the Chief Commissioner of 
I./ands for a licence to prospect for coal and 
petroleum on and under G40 acres of laud, 
described as follows : — 

3. Commencing at a post planted on an island 
three-quarters of a mile north-east of Aland Island, 
marked “ J. C. Keith, N.W. corner ” ; thence south 
SO chains ; thence east SO chains ; thence north 
SO chains ; thence west SO chains to point of com- 
mencement. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

J. C. IvEITII. 

feS Jonathan Kitson, Agent. 


PRIVATE BILL NOTICES. 

CITY DE VIC'I’DKIA. 

I’lMu.ic: LntitAKV. 

P IIELIC NOTK’E is hereby given lhat the 
( ’orpor.'i t ion of thi* Cily ol \ icloi'ia inleiid 
to appl.y, at llu* pres(‘ut sittiug of Ihe Legislature, 
for the insertion in the I'rivate I'ill i)romoli’(l by 
the Corporation, a clause to the following ellect, 
nanu'ly : — 

“ Notwithstanding anything contained in the 
‘.Municipal ('lauses Act’ or in any by-law of the 
Cori)oration, it shall he lawful for the .Municipal 
Council to expend for tlu* maintenance and np-keep 
of the 1‘uhlic Library such sum as the said Alunici- 
|)nl Council may direct, not exceeiling in any one 
year in all one-(iuarter of one mill on the dollar 
of the assessed value of real property in the 
Corporation.” 

And further notice will he given of the time and 
place of the sitting of the Private Hills Committee, 
when the said clause will he sought to be inserted 
in said Private Hill. 

Dated this 24th day of January, 1912. 

F. A. AIcDIAIlAIID, 

ja2.5 City Solicitor. 


NOTICE. 


N otice is hereby given that an a)iplicalion 
will be imide to the I.egislative Assembly of 
the Province of Hritish Columbia, at its i)rescnt 
session, for an .Act conferring upon the Corporation 
of the City of Nanaimo the right to build,, construct, 
operate, and maintain a railway or tramwa.y start- 
ing from the City of Nanaimo ; thence to Hrecken 
by the most feasible route; thence by the most 
feasible route to Northfield ; thence by the most 
feasible route to East Wellington ; thence through 
the Five Acre I.ots to Extension; thence to 
Nanaimo Itiver bridge, and thence to the point of 
commencement, or to build between any of the said' 
points and the said City oif Nanaimo by the most 
feasible route, and, commencing constniction at any 
or both ends of any line proposed to be constructed, 
and to build all branch lines necessary for the suc- 
cess of the undertaking, and foi- such purposes to 
applj" for and obtain, under the provisions of the 
Ilailwa.y Act, a charter enabling the said City 
from time to time to construct any railroad or 
tramway lines as above-mentioned', and also any 
tramway lines at any times within or without 
the City of Nanaimo, subject in every case to a 
by-law being passed by the ratepayers of the City 
of Nanaimo pursuant to Subsection IT of Section 
.10 of the “ Alunicipal Clauses Act ” ; and also to 
authorize the payment by the City out of the 
general funds of the City of the costs of and inci- 
dental to the obtaining of the said Act. 

Dated at Nanaimo, B.C., this ISth day of Jan- 
uary, 1912. 

J. H. SIAIPSON,, 

jalS Solicitor for the Applicants. 


NOTICE. 


'i^OTICE is hereby given that an application will 
_ be made to the I.egislative Assembly of the 
Province of British Columbia, at its next session, 
for an Act granting to the Bight Reverend the Lord 
Bishop of British Columbia, the A''enerable the 
Archd'eacou of A^anoouver, the Honourable Paulus 
Aemilius Irving, Alfred Cornelius Flumerfelt, 
George Alan Kirk, and Cuyler Armstrong Holland', 
commonly known as the Trustees of the Christ 
Church Trust Estate, more ample and definite 
powers of dealing with the lands and property 
vested in or held by them as such trustees, and 
in particular power to sell, exehange, lease, and 
mortgage, and otherwise dispose of all the’ said 
lands and property, and to apply and use all moneys 
pioduced thereby and all land® received by exchange 
to and for any of the purposes of the trusts, without 
respect to the _ source from which the same may 
have been obtained^ or to the particular trust upon 
which lands given in exchange may have been held. 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


but that such rpowers shall only be exercised respec- 
tively upon the written consents of parties inter- 
ested therein and upon the conditions to be more 
particularly set forth in the petition to be presented 
to the said Legislative Assembly upon the said 
application, andi in particular that none of the 
powers of the trustees shall be exercisable by less 
than three trustees acting together, and further that 
the trustees may be at liberty to invest the trust 
funds upon first mortgages of realty situate in 
British Columbia, .and that all lands of which the 
trustees shall be registered as owners or entitled to 
be registered as such at the time vested.. 

Dated the 2Sth day of December, 1911. 

CREASE & CREASE, 

ja25 Solicitors for the Applicants. 


NOTICE. 


N otice is hereby given that an application will 
be made to the Legislative Assembly of the 
I’rovince of British Columbia at its present session, 
for an Act to incorporate the “ Vancouver Grain 
Exchange ” with power to compile, record, and pub- 
lish statistics, and acquire and distribute informa- 
tion respecting the produce and provision trades ; and 
to promote the establishment and maintenance of 
uniformity in the business customs and regulations 
among the persons engaged in the said trades ; and 
to provide and regulate a suitable building or buildr 
ings, room or rooms, for a grain and produce ex- 
change and offices, in the City of Vancouver or 
elsewhere, and to encourage the centralization of 
the produce and- provision trades of the saidi City of 
Vancouver in said Exchange, and to promote the 
establishment and maintenance of uniformity in the 
business of its members and those dealing with 
them ; and to make, establish, annul, and amend 
such proper and needful rules, regulations, and by- 
laws for the government of the Exchange as may 
be deemed- expeddent and necessary for the proper 
administration of the property and affairs of the 
said Exchange, and to maintain, regulate, and 
enforce such rules, regulations, and- by-laws ; and 
with all further or other powers that -may be neces- 
sary and requisite for carrying out the foregoing 
objects, and for the administration of the affairs 
of the said Exchange. 

Dated at Victoria, B.C., this 30th day of January, 
1912. 

ROBERTSON & IIEISTERMAN, 
fel Solicitors for the Applicants. 


LAND LEASES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Gr-viiam Island. 

T ake notice that I. J. L. IMolitor, of Queen 
Charlotte. Graham Island, B.C., rancher, in- 
tendi to apply for permission to lease the following 
described tide lands: — Commencing at a post 
marked “ J. L. M.. N.E. corner”; about the centre 
of T.L. 14312, of Graham Islands; thence 10 chains 
west; thence 10 chains south; thence 10 chains 
east; thence 10 chains north to place of commenc- 
ing; containing -ahout 10 acres, -more or less. 

Dated January 19th, 1912. 
feS JOSEPH LE MOLITOR. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast. 

T ake notice that Arthur Phillips, of Van- 
couver, cannery manager, intends to apply 
for permission to lease the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted on the 
north-east side of Porcher Island, about 300 yards 
in a northerly direction from Bush Point on Ogden 
Chanmd; thence south SO chains; thence west 80 
chain.s; thence north SO chains, more or less, to 
shore-line; thence following the shore-line to point 
of conuuencement. 

Dated January 11th, 1912. 

ARTHUR PHILLIPS. 

ja25 Angus McAlister, Agent . 


LAND LEASES. 


SKEENA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 5. 

T ake notice that I, Alfred Christian Garde, 
of Prince Rupert, B.C., mining engineer, 
intend to apply for permission to lease 70 acres 
of land, described as follows : — Commencing at 
this past planted a quarter of a mile east of the 
Tyee Station, G.T.P. Ry., and approximately 
twenty-seven and a quarter miles east of Prince 
Rupert ; thence north 40 chains ; thence east 20 
chains ; thence south 25 chains, more or less, to 
railway grade ; thence westerly 25 chains, more or 
less, following said grade to point of commence- 
ment, and containing 70 acres, more or less. 

Dated January 31st, 1912. 
fe15 ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE. 

COAST LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Coast, Range 2. 

T ake notice that James Pirie Robertson, of 
Nemiah Valle.v, farmer, intends to apply for 
permission to lease the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted on south-west corner 
about one mile and a half in an easterly direction 
from Harry PI. Anderson’s pre-emption ; thence 
north 40 chains ; thence east 40 chains ; thence 
south 40 chains ; thence west 40 chains to point 
of commencement ; containing 160 acres. 

Dated December 27th, 1911. 
jail JAMES PIRIE ROBERTSON. 


OMINECA LAND DISTRICT. 


District of Cassiar. 

T ake notice that I, Charles Clay, of Hazel- 
ton, B.C., prospector, intend to apply for 
permission to lease the following described lands : 
Commencing at a post planted about two miles east 
of the Naas River and on a small creek which flows 
into the Naas River and about twenty miles north 
of Cranberry Creek, Cassiar District; thence 40 
chains east, 40 chains north, 40 chains west, 40 
chains s>outh to point of commencement ; containing 
160 acres, more or less. 

Dated December 22nd, 1911. 
feS CHARLES CLAY. 


KAMLOOPS DIVISION OF YALE LAND 
DISTRICT. 

District of Nicola. 

rn.VKE NOTICE that I. James Aird, of Stump 
i. I.ake. rancher, intend to apply for permission 
to lease the following described lands: — Com- 
mencing at a post planted at the south-east corner 
of Lot 97; thence south 40 chains; thence west SO 
chains; thence north 40 chains; thence east SO 
chains to initial post; containing 320 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated November 20th, 1911. 
de28 JAMES AIRD. 


NEM^ M’ESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT. 

Dlstrict of New 7Vertmin.ster. 
rflAKE NOTICE thiat John ^IcLellan Mackinnon, 
1 of Vancouver, B.C., broker, and Reginald Ber- 
tram Horton, of the same place, broker, intendi to 
apply for permission to lease the following described 
lands: — Commencing at a post planted on the 
south-west side of Tlninder Bay, about 5 chains 
south of the south-east corner post of I;ot 1521, 
New IVestmin.ster District ; thence north 40 chains, 
more or less, to the nortlueasit boundary of Lot 
1521 : thence east 5 chains, more or less, to low- 
water mark; thence south 40 chains, more or less; 
thence westerly to point of commencement, and 
containing 9 acresi, more or less. 

Dated December 21st, 1911. 

JOHN McLELI.AN MACKINNON. 
de2S REGINALD BERTRAM HORTON. 


LAND LEASES. 


SKKIOX.V l,A.M) DISTKK"!’. 


DiSTllK’T OK NK’OI.A. 

rn.\KK NO’l'K’K Ihal I, .luiiifs -Vinl. of Shimp 
I l.akt", rancher, iiilenil to apply for perinissi(jii 
(o leasee the following: deserihed land?4; — (’oin- 
inenciiij; at a post i)laiited' at the soiilh-ea.st corner 
of Lot !>7 : thence north SO cliains; thence east dt) 
chains; thence south S() cliains; tlience west 40 
cliains to initial post; containing 15-0 acres, more 
or less. 

Dated Xoveinber 20tli, 1!)11. 
d<}28 JA.MES AIRD. 


'I’liis notice, in teriiH of law, is c(|uivalenl to a 
personal deniand liy me upon all persons liable foi 
taxes. 


1 )ated 
.laniiary. 


fcl 


at hhiirview, 15.(1., this 2olli dai" of 
11M2. 

ROXALD IIEWAT, 

AsiKUHor (iiid dullicldr, 
Keith: h’ivcr AumchhiiioiI !> hi riel. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 


I.K’IOXCK TU AX EXTRA-l’ROVlXdlAL 
CO.MRAXV. 


“CoMi’A.MKS Act.” 


SKEEXA LAXD DISTRICT. 


Dihtuict ok (,)ukkn Ciiaki.ottk Islands. 

T ake X(/nCE that I, Clmrles .M. Wilson, of 
Delkatlali 15ay, (>.C.ls., rancher, etc., intend 
to aptily for permission to liaise the following 
described lands: — Coinmencing at a post planterl 
at the north-east corner of Crown granted l.ot No. 
I5t)l, Delkatlali Ray; thence following the shore- 
line in a south-westerly direction .'(..''lOU feet, more 
or less, to the north-west corner of Crown granted 
l.ot No. cS ; containing all the land between high- 
water and low-water mark fronting on the said 
Lot oOl, and also of Crown granted l.ot 234. Roth 
said lots being my own property. 

Dated January 12th, 1912. 
felo CD AS. M. WILSON. 


TAX NOTICES. 


BARKERVILLE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT. 


N otice is hereby given, in accordance with the 
Statutes, that Provincial revenue tax, and 
all assessed taxes and school rates, assessed and' 
levied under the “ Assessment Act ” and the 
“ ITiblic Schools Act ” and amendments, are now 
due and payable for the year 1912. 

All taxes collectable for the Barkerville Assess- 
ment District and all school rates collectable for 
the Quesnel Rural School District are due and pay- 
able at my office, situate at Barkerville, B.C. 

This notice, in terms of law, is equivalent to a 
personal demand by me upon all persons liable for 
taxes. 

Dated at Barkerville, B.C., this 13th day of 
January, 1912. 

JOHN STEVENSON, 
Deputy Assessor and Collector. 
Barkerville Assessment District. fel 


SOUTH NANAIMO, NORTH NANAIMO, AND 
NANAIMO CITY ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS. 


N otice is hereby given, in accordance with the 
■Statutes, that Provincial revenue tax, and 
all assessedi taxes, assessed and levied under the 
“ Assessment Act ” and amendments thereto, for 
the above-named districts, are now due and payable 
for the year 1912, at my office at the Provincial 
Court-house, Nanaimo. 

This notice in terms of law, is equivalent to a 
personal demand upon all persons liable for taxes. 
Dated at Nanaimo, B.C., January 27th, 1912. 

M. BATE. 

fel Deputy Assessor and Collector. 


KETTLE RIVER ASSESSMENT DISTRICT. 


l^OTICE is hereby given, in accordance with the 
XM Statutes, that Provincial revenue tax, and 
all assessed taxes asge.ssed and levied under the 
‘‘ Assessment Act,” including rural school tax under 
the “ Public Schools Act,” are now due and pay- 
able for the year 1912. 

All taxes collectable for the Kettle River Assess- 
ment District are due and paj-'able at my office, 
s'tuate in the Government Building, Fairview, B.C. 


Canada ; 

PnovtNCTC OK Rurnsii Coi.umhia. 


No. J.llA (ItnO). 

rnilis IS TD CERTIFY that “Canadian Con- 
. 1 . solidated Rubber Company (Limited),” is 
authorized and licensed to carry on business within 
the Province of British Columbia, and to cari'y out 
or (dfeet all or any of the objecl.s of the Companyi 
to wliiich the legislative authority of the Legisla- 
ture of British ‘(.'oltimbia extends. 

The headi office of the Caimpany is situate at 
.Montreal, (.fuebec, Canada. 

J'he head office of the (.'omitany in this Province 
is situate at \'ancouver, and Richard E. Jamieson, 
agent, whose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is th,e 
attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
five million dollars, divided into fifty thou.sand 
shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
I’ictoria, l*rovince of British Columbia, this 
seventh daj' of January, one thousand nine hun- 
dred and eleven. 


[L.S.] I). IVHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 


The objects for which this Compoiny has been 
established and licensedi are: — 

(a.) To carrj- on the busines.o of manufacturers 
of and dealers in rubber boots and shoes and all 
articles of which rubber forms a part, and' in all 
the b.tvprodiucts thereof, and to manufacture, sell, 
and deal in goods, wares, and merchandise which 
can advantageously be manufactured', sold, and 
dealt in in conjunction with such goods: 

(b.) To acquire by purchase, concession, ex- 
change, or other legal title, and to construct, erect, 
oiperate, and maintain, and manage, all factories, 
shops, storehouses, depots, machine-shops, engine- 
houses, and other structures and erections neces- 


sary tor us busiiness, and all other property, mov- 
able and Immovable, necessary and useful for the 
carrying-on of any of the purposes of the Company, 
and to lease, sell, mortgage, hypothecate, and dis- 
pose of the same : 

(c.) To purchase and acquire and to own, hold, 
hypothecate, pledge, sell, and reissue, with or with- 
out guarantee, the shares, debentures, and bonds of 
any manufacturing or other corporation carrying 
on business similar to that of this Company, and 
to^ amalgamate with any company in Canada con- 
stituted. for the carrj-'ing-on of any similar busi- 
ness; and to acquire by purchase, lease, or other- 
wise, and to manage, operate, and carry on, the 
property, undertaking, and business of any siuch 
corporation, and to pay for the same in cash, 
shares, bonds, or securities of the Company : 

(d.) To develop and operate any watm--.power 
or water-powers, and to generate, produce, and 
accumulate electric and electro-motive forces or 
other similar agency for the production of lio-ht 
heat, or power for the purposes of the Company! 
with power to sell or otherwise dispose of any 
excess not required, and to supply the same for 
light, heat, or power purposes to any person or 
corporation on such terms as may be agreed upon : 
I rovidedl that the foregoing powers when exercised 
outside the property of the Company shall be 
subject to all Provincial and municipal laws and 
regulations m that behalf; 

(c.) To apply for, obtain, register, purchase. 

Inf; nm otliei-'vise, acquire 

and hold, use, own, operate, andi introduce, and to 


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THE BEITISII COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


sell, assign, or otherwise dispose of. any trade- 
marks, trade-names, patents of invention, improve- 
ments and processes, under registration or other- 
wise, useful to the business of the Company ; and 
to use, exercise, develop, grant licences in respect 
of, or otherwise turn to account any such trade- 
marks, trade-names, and inventions, licences, pro- 
cesses, and the like, or any such other propertj- or 
rights : 

(/. ) To carry on any business, whether manu- 
facturing or otherwise, which may be carried on 
in connection with the purposes of the Company, 
or which may be beneficial or profitable thereto : 

(g.) To promote or assist in promoting and to 
become a shareholder in any subsidiary, allied, or 
other company carrying on or having for its objects 
the operation of any business similar to that of 
this Company, and to enter into arrangements for 
sharing profits, union of interest, joint adventure, 
reciprocal concessions, or otherwise with such per- 
son or company, and to take or otherwise accpiire 
shares and securities of such company, and to hold', 
sell, hj’ipothecate, pledge, reissue, with or without 
guarantee, or otherwise deal in the same : 

(h.) To acquire the goodwill, property, rights, 
and) assets and assume the liabilities of any person, 
firm, or company indebted to the Company or trans- 
acting any business similar to that conducted by 
the Company, and) to pay for the same in cash or 
in securities of the Company or otherwise : 

(h ) To accept in payment of any work done by 
the Company stock, shares, bonds, debentures, or 
other security of any company : ' 

(j.) To aid in any manner any corporation any 
of whose shares of capital stock, bonds, or other 
obligations are helid or are in any mani.er guar- 
anteed by the Company, and to do any acts or 
things for the preservation and protection, improve- 
ment or enhancement of the value of any such 
shares of capital stock, bonds, or other obligations ; 
to do any and all acts and things tending to 
increase tlie value of any of the purposes at any 
time held or controlled by the Company : 

(k.) To dio all and everything necessary, suit- 
able. convenient, or proper for the accomplishment 
of any of the properly or attainments of any one 
or more of the objects herein enumerated, or which 
shall or may at any time appear to be necessary 
for the protection or benefit of the corporation, 
either as holders of or interested in any property 
or otherwise. fe22 


CERTIFICATE OP THE REGISTRATION OF 
AX EXTRA -PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

I'aOVTNCE OF PlUTlSlI COI.UMIUA. 

No. 17015 (lt»10). 

T IIEREP.V CERTIFY that “Muller & Raas 
1 Company, of Washington,” an Extra-Provin- 
cial Company, has this day been registered as a 
Company under the “Companies Act” to carry 
ou't or ('rt'cct all or any of the objects of tlio Com- 
pany to wliich the ]egi.'-<Iati\e aulh,)rity of the Legis- 
lature of P.ritish Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Seattle. State of Washington. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, and P. Geddes. 
Custoin-liouse broker, wliose address i.s V’ancouver 
aforesaid, is lh(‘ attorney for the Company: not 
emiiowercd to i.ssne or transfer shares or stock. 

The amount of tlie cajiital of the Company is 
forty thousand dollars, divided into four hundred 
sh.'ires of one liundred' dollars each. 

'J'he Company is limited, and the time of its exist- 
ence is fifty years from the third day of July, l!)()s. 

Given under my liand and seal of office a.t 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
this siixteentli day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred ami twelve. 

I.E.S.] D. AVIIITESIDE. 

Rcginlrar of .lobit-titock (Jooipnincs. 

The objects for which this Company has been 
established and registered are : — 


To buy. sell, manufacture, trade in, and deal 
in millinerj'* ; millinerj' goods and supplies, hats, 
bonnets, ribbons, laces, velvets, silks, feathers, 
plumes, ornaments, artificial flowers, and any and 
all articles of every kind and nature pertaining or 
belonging to a wholesale millinery business ; also 
to buy, sell, exchange, and use any and all tools, 
appliances, and machinery for the purpose of con- 
ducting said business, or manufacturing any and 
alil goods in relation thereto ; to hold, acquire, buy, 
sell, exchange, and deal in either raw material or 
the manufactured products pertaining or belonging 
to the wholesale millinery business; to borrow and 
loan money as a means for carrying out the pur- 
pose of this corporation, with power to hypothecate 
and pledge the property and assets of said corpora- 
tion as security thereifor ; and generally to have and 
acquire any and. all powers that private corpora- 
tions have or may have, and to do any and all acts 
and things that private corporations can or may 
do under and by virtue of the laws of the State 
of Washington. fel 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

PP.OVINCE OF British Columbia. 

No. 570a (1910). 

T HIS IS TO CERTIFY that “II. Corby 
Distillery Company, Limited,” is authorized 
and licensed to carry on business within the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia, and to carry out or effect 
all or any of the objects of the Company to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of Brit- 
ish Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of IMontreal, Province of Quebec. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, and Walter I. 
Linton, commercial traveller, whose address is 
\’ancouvcr aforesaid, is the attorney for the 
Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
one million five hundred thousand dollars, divided 
into fifteen thousand shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eighth day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.s.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Ixcgistrar of Joint-stock Companies. 
The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are : — 

To iiurchase the business now operated by 
Mr. Henry Corby at Corbyville and Belleville as 
distiller, maltster, miller, importer of and dealer 
in wines and liipiors, farmer, hop-grower, and ware- 
houseman, with all tlie property, real, personal, and 
mixed, used by him in connection therewith; also 
to carry on at Corbyville and elsewhere in Canada 
the business of distillers, brewers, maltsters, 
millers, farmers, hoji-growers, warehousemen, and 
dealers in imiiorted and domestic wines and 
alcoholic liquors of all kinds; also to build, 
acipiire, lease, and operate elevators for the storage 
of grain; also to carry on at Corbyville and else- 
where in Canada the business of buying, selling, 
and fattening of cattle; also to operate farms and 
hop-yards in connection with the foregoing busi- 
ness; also to act as agents for persons or other 
corporations in similar lines of business, or as 
agents for the sale of domestic wines and the 
importation and sale of foreign wines and liipiors ; 
also to buy, sell, and lease property, real, personal, 
or mixed, in connection with the foregoing busines.s, 
and to let any imrtion of thi' property owned by 
the Company that may at any time not be required 
for the purposes of the Company's business; also 
to sell as a going concern for cash or for stock or 
securities in any other corporation, or such other 
securities as the Company may accept, the Com- 
pany's business or any part thereof, and to divide 
amongst the shareholders by way of dividend any 
cash, stock, or securities so received ; also to 


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i4‘)n 


burrow inoiioy on (ho sociirit.v of tli(' ( 'oiiii'i' h.v'h 
propc'i'ty, to issiK' l)oii(ls or dolxoit ores, tiiid tniiisf<'r 
tlu' ('oiiiimiiy’H (iropcrty to tnisloos as scciirily for 
tli»> boiidlioldors or dolx'iitiirt'-liohb'rs ; also to divide 
tli(> Coinpany's (’a|)ital stock into coinnion stock or 
l)referred or dclientiir(> stock, to liinil (lit! anionnl 
of prt'fcrrcd or dchtMitiire stock to lit* useil, and to 
deterinine the ritjlits, privileKes, and iiriorities of 
the lioldt-rs of preferred or dcheiitnre stock; also 
to actpiire or liold stock in other companies carry- 
inf? on wlndly or in part hnsiness of a similar 
character; also to purchase or lease and oiierate 
vessels, whether proixdletl hy steam or otherwise, 
to carry Mrain. corn, coal, or cuttle. felD 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA- I’KOVINCIAL 
COM RAN Y. 


“ CoMPANiics Act.” 


Canada : 

Rrovince of Ruitisii Columhia. 

No. 571a (1910). 

T his is to certify that “The Holden 
Company, Limited,” is authorized and 
licensed to carry on business within the Rrovince 
of Rritish Columbia, and to carry out or elTect all 
or any of the objects of the Company to which the 
legislative authority of the Legislature of Rritish 
Columbia extends. 

The head ollice of the Company is situate at the 
City of ^lontreal, Rrovince of Cjuehec. 

The head ollice of the Comiiany in this Rrovince 
is situate at Room Od, 42!) Render Street West, 
in the City of X'ancouver. and Louis L. .lohnsoa, 
manufacturers’ agent, whose address is N'ancouver 
aforesaid, is the attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the t'ompany is 
forty-live thousand dollars, divided into four 
hundred and fifty shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, I’rovince of Rritish Columbia, this 
twelfth day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

LI..S.] D. WHITESIHE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock' Companies. 
The objeel? for which thiis Coraii'any bias been 
es'tablis'hed and licensed are: — ■ 

(a.) To manufacture, install, and deal in any 
and all kinds of apparatus, equipments, goods, 
wares, and merchandise which may be used in 
the transportation of persons or property in any 
manner whatsoever; 

(&.) To manufacture and sell railway, passenger, 
freight, and street cars; to manufacture and sell 
car-trucks, car-wheels, and any and all parts of 
cars and car-trucks and all the accessories thereto, 
and all car and railway equipments, appliances, 
and specialties : 

(c.) To manufacture and deal in all materials, 
goods, wares, merchandise, and property necessary 
to the objects for which the Company is incorpor- 
ated, and for that purpose to aciiuire by purchase, 
lease, or otherwise stores and property necessary 
therefor, and to operate and maintain any and all 
stores and warehouses necessary for such purpose 
or purposes : 

(d.) To make, purchase, sell, and deal in manu- 
factured articles, and to acquire and dispose of 
patents and other rights to make and use the 
same : 

(c. ) To acquire by lease, purchase, or otherwise 
all real estate necessary for the purposes of the 
Company : 

(/•) To purchase, hire, or take in exchange, or 
otherwise acquire, all or any part of the property, 
works, business, stock-in-trade, and goodwill of any 
company or persons having objects or carrying on 
any business similar to the objects or business of 
this Company : 

{g.) To issue paid-up shares of the Company 
in payment or part payment for any property, 
rights, or easements which may be acquired by 
or for any services rendered to or work done for 
the Company, or in or towards the payment or 
satisfaction of debts or liabilities owing by the 
Company ; 


(h.) 'I'd divide amongst the sha relndihr.s of the 
(‘oiiipaiiy any .share.s in any other coinpany or any 
money or other property of this Comiiaiiy capable 
of division, hut so as not (o redui'e the eaintal of 
tin- ( 'oinpaiiy : 

( i. ) 'I'o amalgamate with or enter into any 
arrangement for shaiing prolits, union of intere.sts, 
joint adventure, reciprocal concession, or otherwise 
with any |)i‘r.son, lirm, oi’ comiiany carrying on oi 
engaged in any hnsiness or transaction which this 
Company is authoi’ized to cari’y on or migage in; 
ami to advance money to, guaranli*i! the conti’acts 
of, or otherwise a.ssist any such iier.son, firm, or 
company, and to take or otherwise acipiire shares 
and securities of any such company, and to sell 
or hold the same: 

(). ) 'I'o sell or dispose of the Coinpany's under- 
taking or any part thereof for such consideration 
as the Company may think lit, and in iiarticular 
for shares, debentures, or securities of any other 
comiiany having objects similar to those of this 
Company; such sale or disposition, however, to he 
first aiqiroved by a two-thii'ds vote of all (In- shaies 
represented or present at a special meeting of 
shareholders called for the purpose of considering 
the same : 


(A.) 'I'o purchase and take over the business 
.111(1 the goodwill of the business now being carried 
on at .Montreal and elsewhere hy N. ,J. Holden 
Coiniiany, Limited, and to issue in payment there- 
for si ai'es of this Company for such amount as 
may be agreed upon, the sa.d shares when so issued 
to lie fully paid up and non ass. ss.i hie ; 

(/. I To do such other ihiims as may be neces- 
s r.v for the atta,nm nt of the above objects or any 
of them : 

i i.e opeiations of ti e Company to he cai ried on 
throughout the I)o:nii;ion of Can, id. i and els‘whe.e. 


felTi 


i.lCE.XCE TO AX EXTRA RRO.TNCIAL 
CO.AIRANY. 


CoMfA .itfs Act." 


v.a.vada : 

■RDVINCE OF i-KlTlSll COLUMBIA. 

No. 572a (1910). 

mills IS TO CERTIFY that “Gresham Life 
-J- Assurance Society, Limit d." is authorized 
and licensed to carry on bus. ness within the Rrov- 
.nce of Rritish Columb a, and to carry out or effect 
all or any of the objects of the Company to 
which the legislative authority of the Legislature 
of i.ritish Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Coinpany is situate at the 
City of London, England. 

The head o.iice of the Company in this Riovince 
.s situate at the City of \ancouver, and .John 
Xeefer Kennedy, whose address is N’amouver afore- 
said, is the attorney for the Company. 

ihe amount of the capital of the Company is 
one hundred tho.isand pounds, divided into twenty 
thousand shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
ieturia, Rrovince of Rritish Columbia, this 
thirteenth day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

tL.s.J ^ I). WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 
The objccls for which ihfis Conxiaaiy hia;s been 
established and licensed consist in the assurance of 
human life for its wh.ole term or any less period • 
the endowment of families ; the sale of annuities 
for life or lives or lor any less time; the purchase 
and sale of terminable annuities, pensions, and 
allijwances of every description ; the entering into 
and carrying out of contracts with leaseholders, 
boi rowers, lenders, annuitants, and others for the 
establishment, accumulation, provision, and pay- 
ment of sinking funds, redemption funds, deprecit 
lon funds, renewal funds, endowment funds, and 

either in con- 

n.deiation of a lump sum or of an annual premium 
01 otherwise, and generally on such terms and 
conditions as may be arranged ; the purchase and 
sale of leversionary or future and expectant and 


149G 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


coDtiugent estates and interests, whether absolute 
or defeasible, in property of any description ; the 
lending of money at interest and by way of annuity 
and on security or otherwise; the purchase and 
sale of assurances on human life, and generally 
in all such matters, affairs, and transactions either 
incidental to or connected with the business afore- 
said or otherwise as is or are or can or may law- 
fully be undertaken, carried on, or prosecuted by 
companies established for purposes or objects 
similar or analogous to those of the Society. 

fel5 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF 
AX EXTRA -PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. ITSb (1910). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Elmer & Moody 
JL Co.,’’ lau Extra-Provincial Company, has this 
day been registered as a Company under the “ Com- 
panies Act ’’ to carry out ot effect all or any of the 
objects of the Company to which the legislative 
lauthori'tj' of the Legislature of Britis'h Columbia 
extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Seattle, State of Washington. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Victoria, andi Henry 
Graham Lawsion. siolicitn’r, whose address is Vic- 
toria aforesaid, is the attorney for the Company ; 
not empowiered to issue or transfer shares or stock. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
twenty-five thousand dollars, divided into two hun- 
dred and fifty shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The Company is limited, and the time of its exist- 
ence i.s fifty years from the twenty-eighth day of 
November, 1910. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, I’roviuce of British Columbia, this 
ninl.h day of Eeibrnary, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 

The objects for which thiis Company has been 
established, and registered are : — 

1. To carry .on a merchandise busines® in lumber, 
doors, sash, glas.s, moulding's', inside finish, all and 
every kind of building materiial and general mill- 
work, hardware, paiints, oils, and every kind of 
goods, ware®, and merchandise entering into the 
con.struction of buildings of every kind aud descrip- 
tion ; the manufacture of lumber, sash, doors, inside 
fiiii.sh, mouldings, and all other products of wood 
entering into the building trad'es: 

2. To buy, own, hjaise, rent, hold, sell, and other- 

wise deal in timber, timber lands, and otlver re.iil 
estate, erect, buy, lease, reut, hold, and sell build- 
ings necei.s.sairy, convenient, and desirable for the 
use.s and. purposes of Ihiis Company. fel.j 

LICENCE TO AN EXTR.V-l’ROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of Britlsii Columbia. 

No. 5G9 a (1910). 

rnillS IS TO CERTIFY that “The Gramm 
\ Motor Tru'Ck (Company of Canada, liimited,” 
is autliori/.ed' and licfuised to carry on business 
within the Province of Britisli Columbia, and to 
carry out or effect all or any of the objects of the 
Company to whitii the legislative authority of the 
Legislature of Briti.'-ii Columbia extends. 

The head ofiice of the Company is situate at the 
Town of Walkcrville, Piovince of Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
i.s situate at I94S Main Street, in the City of Van- 
couver, and A. G. Browii-.Iamison tffimpany, Lim- 
ited, whose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is the 
attorney for the Company. 


The amonut of the capital of the Company is one 
hundred thousand dollars, divided into one thousand 
shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columibda, this 
sixth day of February, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

[L.s.l D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

The objects for whicdi this Company has been 
(established and licensed are : — 

To manufacture motor-trucks, motor-vehicles, and 
parts thereof. feS 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF 
AN EXTRA - PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Province of British Columbia. 

Canada : 

No. 167b (1910). 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that “The American 
Cement Plaster Company,” an Extra-Provin- 
cial Company, has this day been registered as a 
Company under the “ Companies Act ” to carry 
out or effect all or any of the objects of the Com^ 
pany to which the legislative authority of the 
Legislature of British Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Lawrence, State of Kansas, U.S.A. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, and Richard 
Coupland Spinks, barrister and solicitor, whose 
address is Vancouver aforesaid, is the attorney for 
the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
one million two hundred' and fifty thousand dollars, 
divided into one thousand two hundred and fifty 
shares of one hundred' dollars each. 

The time of the existence of the Company is 
fifty years from the second daj'- of April, 1904. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
fifth day of January, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies, 

The objects for which this Company has been 
est'ablished. and registered are : — 

To manufacture all kinds of cement, cement and 
calcined plaster, plaster of Paris, and the manu- 
facture and sale of all kinds of cement and' plaster- 
ing materials : 

The purchase, sale, and exchange of such real 
estate as mas'’ be necess.ary, desirable, or con- 
venient for carrying on said manufacturing; also 
the carrying-on of a general mercantile business in 
such lines as may be necessary or incidental to 
the operation of such manufacturing business; also 
to do and perform things necessary, convenient, or 
incident to carrying out the purposes hereinabove 
enumerated.. feS 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 556a (1910). 

rnilLS IS TO CERTIFY that “Metropolitan 
L Importing and Manufacturing Company, 
Limited,” is authorise<l and licensed to carry on 
bu.siness within the Province of British Columbia, 
and to carry out or effect all or anj-i of the objects 
of the Company to which the legislative authority 
of tine Legislature of British 'Columbia extends. 

’I’he head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Toronto, Province of Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, and John Alex- 
ander Macliines, harrisler-at-law, whose address is 
Vancouver aforesaid, is the attorney for the Com- 
pany. 


'I'lio aiiioniit i)f lli<‘ ciipilal of tlu* (Nmipaiiy is 
forty tlioii'^aiiil <k)llain, d.iviili'd inly four liuudrrd 
aliaroH. 

(liven under my liand and Hi^al of ollice at 
Vieloria, Province of Pritisli ('olnmliia, lliis 
iiinlli (lay of .lannary, one llionsand nine liiin- 
dred and twelve. 

li-s.l 1). WIIITICSIDK, 

/('(■(/i.'jfrar of Joint-titoch CoiniHiiiicii. 

'I'ln* (>l)j(H‘ts for wliicli this Company has been 
esiahlislied and licensed are: — 

'I’o import, manufacture, and dispose of lilho- 
>!rai>hs, pictures, and novelties of all kinds for 
adverlisiii}' and other purposes. fel 


the owner of any such capital slock to c.Kcrcix* all 
the rijthts, powcr.“, and pri vilej^c.s of ownershij), 
includiut:; the ri;;hl to vole tlu'reon, not wilhst.'indiiiK 
thi’ jirovisions of section •! 1 of tin* said Act . 

(/.) 'I’o hold, purchase, and convey real and pei'- 
sonal proi)(‘rly, and to erect or olherwisi* ae<|uiie 
factories, waridiou^is, aKcncies, depots, and e.xhibi- 
tion liuildiiiKs oi' ■si)ace : 

(y.) To do all and everything iKK-ess.’ary, needful, 
or ai)pro|)riale to th<“ accomiilishnient or at taiinment 
of any of the* pui'pos(‘s or tlu* objects luuadnbefore 
enumerated. M’Ik* nijcratioiis of the (Jomiiany to be 
carricsl on throughout the Dominion of Canada and 
elsewhere. 


LICENCE T(j AN EXTR.V-PROVINCTaL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act. ’ 

Canada : 

Province oe British Columbia. 

■No. odlA (1010). 

T HIS IS TO CERTIFY that “ Gaumont Com- 
pany of Canada., Limiited,” is authorized and 
licensed to carry on business within the I’rovinco 
of British Columbia, and 'to carry out or effect all 
or any of the objects of the Company to which the 
legislative authority of the Legislature of British 
Columbia extends. 

The lu'ad oflice of the Company is situate at the 
City of Montreal, Province of Quebec. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at Nos. 203 and 204 liOo Building, Hast- 
ings Street, City of Vancouver, and Frank G. 
Porter, whose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is 
the attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two hundred 
shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columhia, this 
fifth day of February, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are : — 

(a.) To manufacture, sell, lease, purchase, im- 
port. export, or otherwise disiios^e of and deal in 
photographic apparatus and general photographic 
appliances, attachments, wand supplies; to import, 
export, purchase, sell, lea.se, or otherwise dispose of 
and manufacture and deal in any machinery, appar- 
atus. appliances, attachments, tools, devices, and 
supplies relating to any process of photography ; 
to manufacture, purchase, sell, import, export, use, 
lease, or otherwise dispose of and deal in any instru- 
ments, apparatus, substances, or processes relating 
to chemistry, light, optics, electricity, acoustics, 
photography, and mechanics: . 

(6.) To own, lease, operate, or otherwise dispose 
of and deal in theatres and places of exhibition in 
which photographs of any kind, animated or other- 
wise, are projected, as part of the exhibition : 

(c.) To acquire and undertake the goodwill, 
business, rights, and property of ail kinds of any 
person, firm, association, or corporation engaged in 
a like business, and to pay for the same in cash, 
stock of this Company, bonds, or otherwise: 

(d. ) To apply for, obtain, register, purchase, 
lease, or otherwise acquire, and to hold, own, use, 
operate, introduce, and sell, assign, or otherwise dis- 
pose of, and. to grant licences in respect of or other- 
wise to turn to account such formuise, secret pro- 
cesses, trade-marks, trade-names, and distinction 
marks and rights analogous thereto, and copyrights, 
and such inventions, improvements, and processes, 
covered or not by letters patent of the Dominion of 
Canada .or elsewhere, as may be needful or appro- 
priate to its said business : 

(e.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and hold, 
sell, assign, transfer, exchange, deal in, or otherwise 
dispose of bonds, debentures, obligations, securities, 
or evidences of indebtedness or shares of the capital 
stock of any corporation or corporations, and while 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF 
AN EXTRA - PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 

“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province oe British Columbia. 

No. 17.3b (BHO). 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that “Link-Belt Com- 
pany,” an Extra-Provincial Company, has this 
day been registered as a Coiniiany, under the 
“ C’ompanie.s Act,” to carry out or elTect all or 
any of the objects of the ComiJany to which the 
legislative authority of the Ivcgislature of British 
Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Chicago, Slate of Illinois. 

The head, office of the Company in this I’rovince 
is .situate at Rooms 402-0, Pacific Building, 744 
Hastings .Street West, Vancouver, and Frederick 
George Crisp, barrister-at-law, who.se address is 
Vancouver aforesaid, is the attorney for the Com- 
pany. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
three million five hundred thousand dollars, divided 
into thirty-five thousand shares of one hundred 
dollars each. 

The Company is limited, and the time of its 
existence is ninety-nine 5 "ears' from the twenty- 
ninth da 3 T of November, LS.SO. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, I’rovince of British Columbia, this 
nineteenth day of Januarj-, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

The objects for which this Company has been 
established and. registered are : — 

The manufacture and sale of machinery and 
machinery supplies, chain, dvop forgings, structural 
steel, gray iron, malleable iron, cast steel, wrought 
steel, and any form of iron, steel or other metal 
necessary or convenient to be used in the manu- 
facture of machinery. ja2.5 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF 
AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 


No. 177b (1910). 

T HEREBY’’ CERTIFY that “ Fulton Manufac- 
-L turing Company,” an Extra-Provincial Com- 
pany, has this day been registered as a Company 
under the “ Companies Act ” to carrj' out or effect 
all or any of the objects of the Company to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of Brit- 
ish Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at 
No. 5.11 Fulton Street, in the city of Chicago, 
State of Illinois. 


- — ' 1 " "" ^uitipau.y m luis I'rovince 
IS situate at 319-322 Winch Building, in the City 
of Vancouver, and Clarence MacLean O’Brian, 
solicitor, wdiose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is 
the attorney for the Company ; not empowered to 
issue or transfer shares or stock 
The amount of the capital of the Company is 
eighty thousand dollars, divided into eight hundred 
shares of one hundred dollars each. 


1408 


THE BPHTISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1012. 


The Company is limited, and the time of its 
existence is ninety-nine years from the fourteenth 
day of February, 1902. 

Given under my hand and seal of ofEce at 
\'ictoria. Province of British Columbia, this 
eiybth day of February, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

D. WHITESIDE, 
Rcf/iatrar of Joint-stock Companies. 

The objecls for which this Company has been 
e.^ablished and registered are: — 

To manufacture and deal in cycles, automobiles, 
and vehicles, cycle, automobile, and vehicle parts, 
hardware s'pecialties. and all kinds of machinery, 
tools, and appliances. fel5 


LICENX'E TO AN EXTKA-PBO VINCTAL 
COMPANY. 


“ CoMPAMES Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. d.oDa (imo). 

T HIS IS TO CERTIFY that “The Strathroy 
Furniture Company, Limited,” is authorized 
and licensed to carry on business within the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia, and to oany out or effect 
all or any of the objects of the Company to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of Brit- 
ish Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
Town of Strathroy, Province of Ontario. 

The headi office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at Rooms 24-27 Fairfield Building. 44.7 
Granville Street, Yancouver, and D. A. McDonald, 
whose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is the attor- 
ney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company ig 
forty-nine thousand dollars, divided into forty-nine 
hundred shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columhia, this 
sixteenth day of January, one thougand nine hun- 
dred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are : — - 

To manufacture, buy. sell, and deal in lumber, 
furniture, and house furnishings, and for the said 
purposes to acquire the businests now carried on at 
the said Town of Strathroy by the said' AVilliara 
Hamilton Merritt and the said Samuel M. Smyth 
under the firm-name of “The Strathroy Fumiture 
Company.” feS 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 

“Companies Act.” 

Canada : 

Province of Buitlsii Colu.mbia. 

No. r.niA (1010). 

rpilis IS TO CERTIFY that “The Ideal Fence 
I Company. Limited.” is nichorized and licensed 
to carry on l)usiness within the Province of Britigh 
Coliimliia. ami to carry ■out or effect all or any of 
the ohjicts f)f the Company to which the legislative 
nu'horRy of the Legislauire of British Columbia 
ex; ends. 

Tlie head office of the Comiiany is situate at the 
City of Winniiieg. Province of .Mamtoha. 

The liend office of the C'cmpany in rliis Piovince 
is situate at Room 204. Winch Building, in the City 
of Vancouver, and Edvar Bloomfield, b irrister-al- 
law. who-v' aiblress is Wancouve" aforesaid, is the 
attorney for the f'ompany. 

'Du' ;uuount of the capital of the Company is two 
hundred thousand dollarg, divided into two thou- 
sand shares. 

Given under my hand and seal o.f office a.t 
Victoria. Province of British C’olumbia. this 
twenty-four' h day of .lanuary. one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.s.] D. WHITESIDE. 

Registrar of Joint-Stod; ('ompanics. 


The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are: — 

Manufacturing and selling wovemwire fencing, 
wire goods, metal gates, fence supplies, and machin- 
ery used in the manufacture of such fencing and 
wire go'odg, and to engage in the construction and 
erection of such products. fel 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 56 Sa (1910). 

rnillS IS TO CERTIFY that “The Cameron 
I Dunn Manufacturing Company of Strathroy, 
Limited,” is authorized and licensed to carry on 
business within the Province of British Columbia, 
and to carry out or effect all or any of the objects 
of the Company to which the legislative authority 
of the Legislature of British Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
Town of Strathi’oy, Province of Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at Rooms 24-27 Pairview Building, 445 
Granville Street, Vancouver, and D. A. McDonald, 
whose address is Vancouver aforesaid, is the 
attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
forty thousand dollars, divided' into eight hundred 
shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Colum'bia, this 
sixteenth day of January, one thousand nine hun- 
dred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are : — 

To manufacture lumber, staves, headings, rakes, 
cradles, scjithes. snathes, handles of all kinds, hay- 
tools. and pumps, and generally to manufacture 
and repair agricultural and other implements. feS 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIx).L 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 3G7 a (1910.) 

T his is to certify that “Lawson and 
.lones. Limited,” is authorized and licensed 
to carry on business within the Province of 
British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all 
or any of the objects of the Company to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of 
British Columbia extends. 

Tlie head ollice of the Company is situate in 
the City of London, Province of Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
's situate at the City of I’^ancouver. and Benjamin 
P. M'intemute. barrister-at-law. who.se address is 
'’ancouver aforesaid, is the attorney for the Com- 
pany. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, divided 
iut) twenty-five hundred shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
\'ictoria. Province of British Columbia, this 
seventeenth day of January, one thousand nine 
liundred and eleven. 

iL.s.l D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 
The objects for which Ihis Company has been 
cs'ablislicd and licensed are: — 

To carry on the business of printing, publishing, 
lithographing, emliossing, engraving, and book- 
binding. of manufacturing boxes, envelopes, novel- 
ties. art goods, and paper products of every 
dcscia])tion, and of importing and dealing in 
druggists’ specialties, stationery, art goods, and 
itaper products generally. fe22 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 


I.K’KNCK TO AX KX'I’I{A-1’K()VIN('IAL 
('OMl'ANY. 


“ (loMi'ANiKS Act.” 


Canada ; 

ritOVINCIO OK UuiTISlI Coi.UMIUA. 

Xo. nc^jA (i!)i()). 

rnillS IS TO CCUTIKY Hint “Canadian Jowcl- 
I lors, Limited,” is aiitlioidzed and licensed to 
carry on biisinessJ within Hie Province of Pritisli 
Coliiinhia, and to carry out or ellVct all or any of 
the objects of the Company to which the lefcislalive 
authority of the Legislature of Priti.shi Columbia 
e.xtends. 

The head' office of the C'oinpany is situate at the 
City of Montreal, Province of Quebec. 

The head otlice of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, ami' .\lexander 
1). M’ilson, barrister, whoso address is Vancouver 
aforreaid, is the attorney for Hie Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is five 
million dollars, divided into fifty thousand shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, I’rovince of British Columbia, this 
twenty-si.xlh day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred ami twelve. 

[L.S.] D. AVIIITKSIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Cow panics. 

The objects for whicb this Company has been 
established and licensed are : — 

(a.) To carry on the business of goldsmiths, 
silversmiths, and manufacturing jewellers generally, 
and to carry on a general jewellery, watches, 
leather goods, glass, art wares, stationery, small 
wares, and fanej^'-goods business, including any 
manufacturing business incidental thereto: 

(b.) To do any and all matters and things neces- 
sary, fit, or proper in or about the purchase, sale, 
importation, and manufacture of goods of nature 
sold by goldsmiths, silversmiths, audi jewellers gen- 
erally, and to cari'y on the business of jewellers, 
small wares, and fancjvgoods merchants and manu- 
facturers : 

(c.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise 
and to hold and own such property, movable or 
immovable, as may be deemed necessary and 
requisite for the purpose of the Company’s busi- 
ness, including factories, stores, warehouses, and 
instalments, and to sell, lease, dispose of, exchange, 
or replace the same : 

(d. ) To purchase or otherwise acquire any 
patents or patent righ'ts. improvements, or processes 
under registration, trade-marks, trade-names, and 
trade designs in any way connected with the busi- 
ness of the Company or useful thereto, and to sell, 
lease, or otherwise turn to account any such 
patents, patent rights, trade-marks, trade-names, 
and ti'ade designs : 

(e. ) To purchase or otherwise acquire and take 
over all or any part of the assets, business, prop- 
erty. privileges, contracts, rights, obligations, and 
liabilities of any person, firm, or corporation 
carrying on any business which the Company is 
authorized to carry on, or any business similar 
therto, or possessed of property suitable for the 
purpose thereof, or which the Company may hereby 
be empowered to purchase, lease, or otherwise 
acquire, and to pay for the same in whole or in 
part shares, bonds, debentures, or other securities 
of the Company: 

(/.) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to those 
herein enumerated and to subscribe and take shares 
therein : 

ig.) To raise and to assist in raising money for, 
and to aid by way of bonus. loan, promise, endorse- 
ment, guarantee of bonds, debentures, or the securi- 
ties or otherwise of. any corporation in the capital 
stock of wihch the Company holds shares or with 
which it may have business relations, to act as 
employee, agent, or manager for any such corpora- 
tion, and to guaranatee the performance of con- 
tracts by any such corporation or by any person 
or persons with whom the Company may have busi- 
ness relations : 

15 


(//,) 'I’o enter into luirliierKliip or into any 
a rr.'i iigeiiieii I for sharing of profits, union of 
interesiH, co-operation, joint adventure, reciprocal 
conces-iitui, or otfierwi-Je with any ix'r.-on or com- 
pany carrying on or engaged, in, or about to carr.v" 
on anil engage in, any bu.siness or transaction which 
the Company is authorized to carry on or engage 
in or germane thereto, and to make advances to, 
guarantee Ihi* contracts of, or otherwise assist any 
such peu-ion or coin|)any, and to .suhscribe for, take, 
or othei'wisH' ac(|uire shares and securities of an.y 
such company not withstanding the iirovisions of 
section -14 of the said Act, and to sell, hold, or 
otheiAvise deal with the same: 

(i. ) To i.ssue and allot as fully paid-u]) shares of 
the Company hereby incorporated in payment or 
part payment of any businesis, franchis>e, under- 
taking, properly, rights, powers, privileges, con- 
tracts. real estate, slocks, bonds, or debentures or 
any other ))roj)erty or rights which it may lawfully 
acipiire bj’ virtue of the i)owers hereby granted.; to 
issue and allot a.s fully jiaid up slum's of the Com- 
pany in paynu'nt of any i)ro]ierly, movable or 
immovable, rights, or things acquire by or for the 
Company and for services remlered to the Company.: 

(i. ) 'I'o sell, li-ase, and otherwise d'ispose of the 
proi)erty and undertaking of the Company or any 
Iiart thereof for such consideration as the Company 
may think fit, and in particular for shares, deben- 
tures, or bonds or securities of any other companj'-: 

(k.) J’o distribute in specie or otherwise any 
assets of the Company amongst its members, and 
particularly the shares, bonds, debentures, or any 
other securities of any other company formed to 
lake over the whole or any part of the assets or 
lialnlities of the Company: 

(/. ) To do all acts and exercise all powers and 
cnri'y on all business incidental to the carrying-out 
of the objects for wliich the Company is incor- 
porated. fel 


LICEXCE TO AX EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ CoMPANiE.s Act.” 


Canada : 

I’ROVtNCE OF BhITISII COLUAIBIA. 

No. oTSa (1910). 

T his is to certify that “Aspen Grove 
I.and Company. Limited,” is authorized and 
licensed to carry on business within the Province 
of British. Columbia, and to carry out or effect all 
or any of the objects o-f the Company to which the 
legislative auHrority of the Legislature of British 
Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at 149 
IVest George Street, in the City of Glasgow, Scot- 
land. 

The head' office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at Royal Bank Chambers. Hastings 
Street, in the 'City of Vancouver, and. the Honour- 
able Sir Charles Hibbei't Tupper and William 
Martin Griffin, whose add'rcss is Vancouver afore- 
said, are the affornies for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Co-mpany is 
seventy-five thousand, pounds, divided into sixty- 
five thousand' preferred ordinary shares and ten 
thousand deferred) ord'inary shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
^'ictnria. Province of British Columbia, this 
fourteenth day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. MHIITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 

The objects for which this Company has been 
es ! a hi i sh ed a n d 1 i censed, are : — 

(1.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, obtain 
conveyances of. and complete titles to certain 
parcels or tracts of lands in the Nicola Land 
District of the Province of British Columbia in 
the Dominion of Canada ; aud. with a view thereto 
to ad'opt and carry into effect the agreement 
leferred to in article 4 of the articles of associa- 
tion of the Coni-pany. with or without modification, 
and. any other agreements which may be necessary 
tor the purpose: 

(2.) To purchase or acquire by voluntary dona- 
tion, grant, feu, exchange, option, right of pre- 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


emption, demise, lease, or otherwisie any land, 
gronnd-rcnts. bnildings. real estate, farms, town- 
sites, building lots, and other heritable estate or 
properly, andl any personal or movable estate or 
property in the United Kingdom or its protec- 
torates. colonies, or dependencies, or abroad, and 
particularly in British Columbia or elsewhere in 
the Dominion of Canada, or any mortgages or bene- 
ficial I'igh'ts andl interests in or over the same, 
and to obtain conveyances of, and complete titles 
to, and hohl. manage, develop, deal in. alienate, 
sell, feu, exchange, grant options and rights of pre- 
emptions over, demise, let, mortgage, convey in 
security, or pledige the same, and the parcels or 
tracts of lands referred to in the immediately pre- 
ceding paragraph, and to deal and traffic in ground- 
rents and in land and real estate of any tenure, 
and in all manner of rights and interests therein : 

(3.) To develop the resources of and tnrn to 
account the lauds, buildings, and rights for the 
time being of the Company, or in which it may 
be interested, in such manner as the Company may 
think fit, and in particular by snrveyifig, occupy- 
ing. laying out, dividing, levelling, clearing, dirain- 
ing, dyking, fencing, planting, road-making, paving, 
macadamizing, building, improving, reclaiming, cul- 
tivating, farming, grazing, stocking, irrigating, 
mining, quarrying, andl by establishing communica- 
tions, promoting immigration, and establishing 
towns, villages, and settlements, and assisting, by 
advances of money or bonus or otherwise, persons 
to settle or build on lands, and promoting schemes 
for colonization : 

(4.) To carry on the business of dealers in land 
and real estate, land agents, farmers, cultivators, 
graziere, agriculturists, pasturers, market and fruit 
gardeners, ranchers, stockmen, dairymen, cattle- 
breeders, meat and fruit preservers andi shippers, 
brewmrs, planters, prodince dealers, miners, metal- 
lurgists, timber merchants and carpenters, .saw- 
millei's, lumberers, quarry-owners, brickmakers, 
builders, contractors' for the construction of works, 
both public and private, merchants, importers and 
exporters, capitalists, financiers, ship-builders, ship- 
owners, brokers, or any other businesses which may 
seem calculated, directly or indirectly, to develop 
the Company’s propertj” : 

(.5.) To make, build, construct, provide, main- 
tain, manage, alter, enlarge, pull down, and remove 
or replace buildings, diwelling-houscs, shops, ware- 
houses, factories, saw and other mills, offices, 
works, hotels, restaurants, clubs, boarding-houses, 
reading-rooms, baths, parfe, pleasure-grounds, 
places of recreation and amusement, gardens, roads, 
bridges, railways, ti'amways, canals, wharves, 
harbours, wells, aqueducts, walls, fences, banks, 
dams, sluicevs, •watercoui’ses, reservoirs,, cisterns, 
culverts, waterworks, gasworks, hydraulic works, 
sewage-works, electric power, heat and light works, 
works for generating or utilizing power of any 
kind, distrihuting-'works. telegraphs, telephones, 
and any other works which' may be thought proper 
nr convenient for the development of the Com- 
pany’s properly and the convenient carrying-on of 
thr>ir business, ami to conduct or carry on any 
undertakings for wlilchi the buildings, woi'ks, and 
others above mentioned' may be required, and to 
collect remuneration for the, same, and to acquire 
or lease and work horses, automobiles, locomotives, 
lighters, barges, shipvs, steamers, and other means 
of transport in connection with any of the objects 
of the Company: 

(fJ.) ’I’o obtain by purchase, lease, hire, diis- 
covery. location, or otherwise, and' hold, within the 
I’rovince of British' Columbia or other Brovince in 
the Dominion of Canada or elsewhere, prospecting 
andl mining licences or privileges, mines, mineral 
claims, mineral lea.ses, prospects, mining lands, and 
mining rights of every description, and to work, 
develop, operate, and turn the same to account, and 
to sell, lease, grant prospecting and mining licences 
for, or otlierwise dispose of the s’ame or any of 
them, or any interest therein; and to search for, 
mine, dig for, win. work, raise, crush, wash, smelt, 
assay, analyse, reduce, amalgamate, and otherwise 
treat and make marketable gohl, silvei', coi)])er, 
lead, tin, coal, oil, ores and deposits, and other 
minei’als and metallic substances and compounds 
of all kinds, whether belonging to the Company or 


not, and to buj", sell, and deal in the same or any 
of them, and to carry on the business of a mining, 
smelting, milling, and refining company in all its 
branches : 

(7.) To acquire by purchase, exchange, location, 
lease, licence, or otherwise, in the Province of 
British Columbia or other Province of the 
Dominion of Canada or elsewhere, timber limits, 
berths, licences, leases, lands, claims, and conces- 
sions, and any interests, therein : 

(S.) To promote, subscribe to, or assist any 
public or private work or undertaking offering 
facilities for the purposes of the Company, and to 
hold shares or interests in any company or part- 
nership offering such facilities : 

(9.) To purchase or otherwise acquire the whole 
or any part of the propert5r or goodiwill or busi- 
ness of any person or company having objects 
similar to any of the objects of the Company, and 
to assume the liabilities, or any of the liabilities, 
of any such person or other company on terms of 
amalgamation or otherwise : 

(10.) To accept for any sale, mortgage, lease, or 
disposal or otherwise any property of the Com^ 
pany, or for work performed or material supplied 
by the Company, or as the consideration for any 
contract into which the Company may enter, or 
in payment of any debt due to the Company, such 
consideration, in such manner as the Company may 
think fit, and in particular to accept stock, shares, 
debentures, or securities of or over the property 
of anj- other company or person, and to sell, mort- 
gage, or otherwise deal with such stock, shares, 
debentures, or securities : 

(11.) To subscribe or apply for, take, or other- 
wise acquire and hold stock or shares in, or deben- 
tures or debenture stock of, any other company 
having objects similar to any of the objects of the 
Company or the operations of which the Company 
think will be beneficial, andi to sell, exchange, or 
otherwise dispose of such stock, shares, debentures, 
or debenture stock: 

(12.) To pay for any purchases by the Company 
in cash, or by bills or promi.ssory notes of the 
Company, or by ordinary, preference, guaranteed, 
or deferred shares of the Company, which shares 
may be either fully paid up or partly paid up, or 
by debentures or debenture stock or other securi- 
ties or acknowledgments of the Company, or by 
any one or more of such modes of payment as may 
be aareed on : 

(13.) To enter into partnerships and joint 
adventures with other companies or with persons, 
and to make and carry into effect arrangements 
with respect to the purchase or sale of commodities 
and the prices thereof, the employment, regulation, 
and remuneration of workmen, the sharing of 
profits, union of interests or co-operation, either in 
whole or in part, or for mutual assistance, or for 
limiting competition, with any companies, associa- 
tions. partnerships, or persons having any objects 
similar to or kindred with any of the objects of 
the Company ; andi to lend money to. guarantee the 
contracts of. or otherwise assist any such com- 
panies, a.ssociations. partnerships, or pei'sons. and 
to^ acquire and hold'., either separately or jointly 
with others, and to sell or exchange shares or 
stock in, or debentures or diebenture stock of. or 
other interests in any such companies, associations, 
or partnerships: 

(14.) To ai>ply for. obtain, acquire, or deal with 
concessions, grants, powers, or covenants from or 
with Covernments, municipal or other authorities, 
or persons at home or abroad, and to carry out. 
work, and comply with the terms of such conces- 
sions, grants, powers, or covenants: to apply for 
and obtain Acts of Parliament and provisional 
orders. Orders in Council, certificates of the 
Ineutenant-Governor in Council, or Acts of Legist 
lature, or to subscribe to the expense of obtaining 
the same, or otherwise as may be thought expedient, 
and to oppose hills, provisional orders, or any other 
proceedings in Parliament or elsewhere which may 
seem, directly or indirectly, calculated to affect the 
Company’s interestvS prejudicially, and subscribe to 
the expense of the opposition thereof: 

(In.) To purchase or otherwise acquire for the 
Company, in whole or in part, and to use and 
protect, prolong and renew, whether in the United 


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Fioiuuiaky 22Nn^ 1012.] 


Till-: HKITISII 


COLIJ.MIMA (lAZFTTl-:. 


KiiDjdoiu or clsc'wln'rc, niiy 1 railc-niaiks, Icllcrx 
liatiMit, or pali'iit rijiluls or privilcucu. or any 
licciu't's to iis(‘ iln> same r(‘si)cclivi'ly, and to inako 
apidication, or join in making application, for traiU'- 
inarks, Ictti'rs patent, I'iccncc^, lircvi'ts <l’invcntion, 
or concessions for inventions, andi to use, exi‘rci>jc, 
(K'velop, and nrjinl licence.s in respect to oi' 
otherwise turn to ai-eount property or rinlits so 
aciiuiriHl' : 

(1(!.) 'I'o wtahlisli hranclies and asencieij in the 
I'nited KiiiKdoin or in the colonies, i)rotectorntes, 
or ii‘ei)endencies thereof, and in particiilai- in the 
rrovince of Hritish (loliimbia, or in any of tlie 
other Provinces of the Dominion of Canada, or 
abroad, for the purposes of the Company : 

(17.) To draw, make, accept, endorse, execute, 
issue, ami <liscount promi.ssory notes, bills of ex- 
clmnse, and other negotiable instruments: 

(IS.) To guarantee the payment of any moneys, 
or the performance of any contracts, liabilities, 
obligations, or engagements of any comjjany, firm, 
or person, with or to any other company, firm, or 
l>eryon ; and to become liable or resi)onsible for 
money, and to undertake financial obligations of 
every kind and description uj)on such terms as 
may from time to time be considered desirable in 
the inten'sts of the Comipany ; 

(19.) To advance money on loan, with or with- 
out security, and upon suclv term.s as the Company 
may deem expedient (itrovided that no money shall 
be lent niton the security of the Company’s shares), 
and to ailow time for the payment of any debt due 
to the Company : 

(20.) To sell or dtispose of the businesses or 
undertakings of the Company or any of them, or 
any part thereof, or any of the assets thereof, to 
any other company or to any person or persons on 
such terms as may be arranged, and in particular 
for stock, shares, debentures, debenture stock, or 
securities of any other company : 

(21.) To invest monejis of the Company in the 
purchase or redemption of any debentures or deben- 
ture stock which it may create or issue, or upon 
such securities, stocks, shares (except the shares of 
the Company), or other investments as may from 
time to time be determined': 

(22.) To receive monej" on loan by way of 
deimsit or otherwise : 

(2.3.) To take, purchase, or otherwise acquire 
shares in ships or vessels, or mortgages over ships 
or vessels, or the bonds or mortgages of companies 
owning ships, and to hold and retain or sell or 
dispose of the same : 

(24.) To refer an 3 '' claim or demand by or 
against the Company to arbitration, and to observe, 
enforce, and perform the awards : 

(25.) To promote or establish or concur in pro- 
moting or establishing any other companj- to pur- 
chase or take over the undertaking of the Company 
or anj'i part thereof, or of any other compan}' having 
objects similar to any of the objects of the Company, 
or for undertaking any business or operation which 
maj’ appear Likelj" to assist or benefit the Compauj’ 
or enhance the value of its property and businesses, 
and to obtain or promote anj’ Orders in Council, 
certificates of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, 
Acts of Legislature, Act or Acts of Parliament, or 
any legislative or legal sanction that may be 
deemed necessary or expedient for that purpose, 
and to transfer to any such companji any property 
or rights of the Company, and to contribute towards 
the preliminary and other expenses which may be 
rendiered/ necessarj- : 

(2G. ) To guarantee the stock, shares, debentures, 
debenture stock, and securities and dividends of 
anj’ company which shall be promoted or estab- 
lished bj" the Company alone or in conjunction with 
others, or which shall purchase or take over the 
undertaking of the Company or part .thereof, or of 
any company granting facilities for the purposes 
of the Company or any of them, and to enter into 
any other obligations or liabilities on behalf of 
such company on such terms and for such period 
as the Company shall see fit : 

(27.) To amalgamate with any other company 
whose objects are or include objects similar to 
those of the Company or any of them, and that 
either by sale of the undertaking of the Company, 


Miibjecl to its liabilities, or by i)urchas(‘ of Ihi* 
undertaking of siieli othei- coiiipany, and that with 
or without wimling U)> either company, or by sale 
or pnreha>»e of all the shares, slock, or securities 
of the Company or any such other comjjany as 
afori'said, or by partnership or an arrangement of 
the nature of i)arl nershii), or in any other nianuei' : 

(2S.) To iirocure the Company to be regi.-'lered, 
lic(>n.sed, or otherwise legally organized or recog- 
ni/.csl in the J’l-ovince of lli-itisli Columbia or aiii' 
of the I’rovinces of the Dominion of Canada, or 
any foreign country or place beyond the seas: 

(29.) To is.sue any shares of the Comijany at 
such limes and in such manner, and cither at jiar 
or at premium, or as fully or in jiart jiaid ii]), 
and genei'allj' upon such terms and conditions in 
(‘ver.v res.i)ect a.'J the Company shall think tit; and 
to divide the shares into several cla.sses, with any 
preferential, sjiecial, qualitiisli, or deferred rights, 
judvileges, or conditions as to capital or divideiwl 
or otherwise: 

(oO.) To distribute among the niember.s in sijccie 
luii" itroperlji of the Company, whether by wtiy of 
dividend or upon a return of cajjilal, but so that 
no distribution amounting to a reduction of cajtilal 
be mad-e e.xcejjt with, the sanction (if any) for the 
time being rtspiired by law: 

(21.) 'J'o distribute b^' waj' of dividend among 
the members of the (Jomttany, in the order of their 
priority, the whole or ])art of the net jtrofils arising 
from carri’ing on the business of the Company, and 
from the sale or disposal from lime to time of any 
I>art or part.'j of the real or heritable or other prop- 
erty of the Companj-: 

(22.) To promote and subscribe to institutions, 
societies, or funds having for their object the 
advancement, protection, or benefit of any of the 
businesses or interests of the Compauj', or the 
benefit or welfare of the sei’vants or ejiiploj'ees or 
e.x-employees of the Company, or their familie.s and 
connections, and to establish, manage, subscidbe to, 
or aid churches, schools, iilaces of recreation, 
infirmaries, hospitals, dispensaries, religious, charit- 
able, educational, national, or other institutions, 
objects, or undertakings which shall have any 
claims to sui)port or aid by the Coinpanj' bj'' reason 
of the locality or nature of their operations or 
otherwise, and to give pensions, gratuities, or 
charitable aid to any person or persons who have 
served the Company, or the wives, widows, or 
families of such person or persons : 


(33.) From time to time to remunerate any com- 
pany or pcr.s>on, whether a promoter or director of 
the 'Com.panj'' or not, bj" waj' of commiission or 
otherwise, for services rendered to the Company, 
and for placing or guaranteeing the placing of, or 
for subscribing or agreeing to sub.s>cribe or procur- 
ing or agreeing to procure subscriptions for, any 
shares, debentures, debenture stock, or securities of 
the Company or otherwise in relation to the issue 
of the capital of the Company or of any company 
promoted bj' the Compauj'': 


VOrt.; iU lllSUri 


• - ’-’1 iiii.) ov lue properij'i or 

the Companj’ against losses of all kinds, and to 
insure the Company against casualties and risks 
of all kinds, and against accidents to its employees 
or to any other person for which the Company mav 
be liable, and that in all cases either by insurance 
effected with the Company itself as insurer, or with 
any other conxpanies or any corporations, firms, or 
persons, or by joining any association or federation 
tor mutual insurance, protection, or indemnity or 
otherwise, and to effect reinsurances and counter- 
insurances : declaring that nothing in this clause 
contained shall empower the Company to carry on 
assurance biisiness within the meaning of the 
Assurance Companies Acts, 1909 ” : 

(3.n) To borrow or raise money from time to 
time in such manner as the Company shall think 
fit, and in particular by the issue of or upon bonds 

tures^ 01 - SS o7"‘^'‘^' mortgage deben- 

tuies, 01 bills of exchange, bills of lading, promig- 

soiy notes, or other obligations or securities of tlm 

Company, or by the creation of debenture or uiort- 

,.age debenture stock, or by the pledge, mortgr^e 

01 charge of all or any part of the propertj^ real 

or personal, or rights of the Companj , or ;f hi 

tmS capital, or by the issue of debem 

tuies or debenture stock charged upon the under- 


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THE BEITTSH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


taking of the Companyi by way of charge upon the 
plant or machinery, heritable, leasehold, or other 
properly or rights or uncalled capital of the Com- 
pany, and to convej' s>uch plant or machinery, prop- 
erty, rights, or uncalled capital in security thereof, 
with powers of sale and- all other usual and neces- 
sary powers, and for that purpose to pledge any of 
the assets of the Company, grant mortgages, bonds, 
and dis'positions in security, ex facie absiolute dis- 
positions, assignations, or other conveyances of or 
securities over such property or rights, and to enter 
into trust deeds with reference thereto, and from 
time to time to institute and maintain a sinking 
fund for payment of money so borrowed, or of 
any part thereof : 

(3G. ) To do all or any of the above things in 
the United Kingdom, or any other country, colony, 
protectorate, or dependency, and in particular in 
the Province of British Columbia or any I’rovince 
of the Dominion of Canada, either as principals or 
agents, and either through agents, trustees, or 
otherwise, and either alone or in conjunction with 
others, and either in the name of the Company or 
of any other company, firm, or person as trustee 
for the Company: 

(37.) To do all such other things as the Com- 
pany think are incidental or conducive to the 
attainment of any of the aforesaid objects in any 
part of the world, and either upon the sole account 
of the Company, or as agents, or as factors of, or 
partners in or with any other com-pany or person : 

(38.) The words “any company” or “any other 
company ” in this memorandum shall be deemed 
to include any partnership or other body of per- 
sons, whether incorporated or unincorporated', and 
whether domiciled in the United Kingdom or else- 
where : 

(39.) The objects specified in each paragraph of 
this clause shall, except where otherwise expressed 
in such paragraph, be in nowise Hmited or 
restricted by reference to or inference from the 
terms of any other paragraph or the name or 
description of the Company. fe22 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

I’RoviNCE OE British Colujibia. 

No. .jGGa (1910). 

rnilis IS TO CERTIFY that “IT. .7. Skelton & 
L Co., Limited,” is authorized and licen.std to 
carry on business within the Province of British 
Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or any of 
the objects of the Company to which the legislative 
authority of the Legislature of British Columbia 
extends. 

I'he head office of the Company is situate at 
Royal r.oml'OU House, IG Finsbury S(iuare, London, 
England. 

The head office of the Comiiany in this I'rovince 
is situate at No. 1GI4 First Avenue West, in the 
City of I'ancouver, and Frank N. (Jillies, mcrcliant. 
whose address is I'ancouvcr aforesaid, is the attor- 
ney for the Company. 

The am-mint of the capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand pounds, divide<l into nineteen hun- 
dred preference shares, and one thousand ordinary 
share.s. 

(liven under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
first day of February, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

|B.s.| D. WHITESIDE, 

licf/intrar of ■! oinl-filock Vonipiuiics. 

The objects for which this Company has been 
e6tabiis>hed and licensed are : — 

(a.) G’o accpiire and lake over as a going con- 
cern the trade or busiiu'ss of iron and siteel mer- 
chants, cont ractoi's .and engiiu'crs, now carried on 
under the style or firm of “ 1 1. J. Skelton &. Co..” 
at Royal London Ho\ise. No. IG Finsbury Square, 
in the County of London, and the trade, business, 


and goodwill thereof, and all or any of the assets 
or liabilities in connection therewith ; and with a 
view thereto to enter into and carry into effect, 
with or without modification, an agreement between 
Harry John Skelton and John Herbert Skelton of 
the one part, and- the Company of the other part, 
in the terms of the draft agreement, a copy of 
which has for the purpose of identification been 
initialed/ by two of the signatories hereto; and to 
carry on all or any of the businesses heretofore 
carried on by the said firm, and also to carry on all 
or any of the following businesses, viz. : The busi- 
ness of merchants, manufacturers, ironmasters, 
iron and steel founders, pump-makers, ship, bridge, 
and roof builders, and makers of girders and- con- 
structional steel-work for all purposes, manufac- 
turers of and dealers in engines, boilers, and 
machinery of all kinds, whether electrical or other- 
wise, workei-s and dealers and manufacturers of 
and in hardware goods and metals of all kinds, 
cycles, motors, cars, contractors, importers and 
cx-portere, and any other trade or business which 
may seem to the Company capable of being con- 
veniently carried on in connection with any of the 
busiues.ses aforesaid, or calculated, directly or indi- 
rectly, to enhance the value of or render profitable 
any of the Company’s property or rights : 

(b.) To erect, construct, lay down, enlarge, alter, 
and/ maintain any buildings, works, and machinery 
necessary or convenient for the Company’s busi- 
ness : 

(c. ) To sell, mortgage, assign, convey, let on 
lease, or otherwise dispose from time to time of all 
or any of the concessions, rights, interests, lands, 
roads, and premises, plant, machinery, or apparatus 
and other property of the Company, or such part 
or parts thereof as may be considered expedient : 

(a'.) To grant any leases, privileges, concessions, 
or rights whatever over, in, upon, or affecting any 
property of the Company : 

(e.) To borrow or raise or secure the payment 
of money for the purposes of the Company in such 
manner and on such terms as may seem expedient, 
and in particular by the issue of debentures or 
debenture stock, whether perpetual or otherwise, 
andi charged or not charged upon the whole or any 
part of the property of the Company, both present 
and future, including its uncalled capital: 

(f.) To apply for, purchase, or otherwise acquire 
any patents, licences, and the like, conferring an 
exclusive or non-exclusive or limited right to use 
or any secret or other information as to any inven- 
tion which may seem capable of being used for 
any of the purposes of the Company, or the acquisi- 
tion -of which may seem calculated, directly or 
indirectly, to benefit this Company; and to use, 
exercise, develop, grant licences in respect of, or 
otherwise turn to account the rights and informa- 
tion so acquired : 

((/.) To purchase, subscribe for, or otherwise 
/iccpiire and to hold the shares, stock, or obligations 
of any company or corporation in the United Kiug- 
d'oiu or elsewliere, and upon a distribution of assets 
or division of profits to distribute any such shares, 
slock, or obligations amongst the members of the 
Company in specie: 

(//.) To acciuire from lime to time all such 
-/tock-in-trade, goods, chattels, and effects as may 
be necessary or convenient for any business for the 
time being carrical on by the Company : 

(/. ) 'I’o ac(]uire audi take over the whole or any 
part of the business, property, and liabilities of any 
person or persons, lirm. or corporation carrying 
un any business which tliis Company is authorized 
to carry on, or posisesscd of any property or rights 
suitable for the purpose;^ of this Company: 

(,/. ) To invest money at interest in the security 
of land of any tenure, builddngs, farming stock, 
stock, shares, securities^, merchandise, and any other 
l)rop('rty, and generally to lend- and advance money 
to any pei>ons’. firms, or companies, with or without 
security, and upon such terms and subject to such 
conditions as may be deemed expedient: 

(k.) To take or otherwise accpiire and hold 
share's, slock, debentures, or other interests’ in any 
other company having objects altogether or in iiart 
similar to those of thiiJ Company, or carrying on 
any biisint'ss capable of being conducted so as, 
directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company : 


Fkiuuiauy 12- 


mo:', 


NI), 1012.] TIIF iJinTISII COIJIMIJIA (lAZFTTK 


(/.) To lake part in tlo' inAiiii;;('iiiiMit, ,;iii)or- 
vis»ion, or control of tlic hiisiiK'vs t)r op(‘ralioiis O'f 
any oomipaiiy or iiiuli'rlakiiiK, niid for tliai purpose 
to a|,poiiit and rcimiiierate any direclurs, acconnt- 
anls, or other experts or agents : 

(in.) To eini)loy exi)erts to investiKatt^ and ex- 
amine into the eonditions, prospects, value, char- 
acter, and circumstances of any hu>^ines^^ concerns 
and undertakings, and) Kt'iierally of any assets, 
pr'oi)orty, or rights : 

(»i.) To constitute any trusts witli a view to the 
issue of preferred and def)‘rred or any otlier spiK;iul 
slock,, or securities based on or representing any 
shares, stock, or other assets ypecilically appro- 
priated for the puri)oses of any such trust, and to 
settle and ref;ulate and, if thousht tit, to undertake 
and execute any such trui^ts, and to issue, diispose 
of, or hold any such preferred, deferred, or other 
special stoclvs or securities: 

(o.) To transact or carry on all kinds of agency 
business, and in particular in relation to the invest- 
ment of money, the sale of proiierty, and the collec- 
tion and the I’oceipt of money, and the lloating of 
companies and the issue of loans: 

(/,. ) To enter into any arrangement with any 
Government or other autliority (supreme, munici- 
pal, local, or otherwise), and to obtain from any 
such Government or authority all rights, conces- 
sions, and privileges which may seem coudneive to 
the 'Company’s objects or any of them, or to obtain 
or to endeavour to obtain any provisional order of 
the Board of Trade or any Act or Acts of Parlia- 
ment for the purposes of the Company or any 
other company : 

((/.) To enter into partnership or into any 
arrangement for mutually sharing profits, union of 
Interest, reciprocal concession, joint adventure, or 
co-operation with any person or company carrying 
on or engaged in, or about to carry on or engage 
in, any business or transaction which this Company 
is authorized to carry on or engage in, or any busi- 
ness or transaction capable of being conducted so 
as, directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company : 

(r.) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in 
exchange, hire, or otherwise acquire any real or 
personal property, and any other undertakings, and 
any rights and privileges which the Company may 
think necessary or convenient with reference to anj 
of these objects, or the acquisition of which ma.\ 
seem calculated, directly or indiirec.ly, to faciiitati' 
the realization of any debentures, debenture stock, 
or other securities owned by the Company, or to 
prevent or diminish any apprehended loss o. 
liability, or which may seem capable of being iirofit- 
ably dealt with by way of resale or o. her wise, and 
in particular any land, buildings, policies, patents, 
licences, business concerns and undertakings, con- 
cessions, shares, stock, book deb.s, and other assets: 

(s. ) To make donations and pay commissions to 
such persons and in such cases as may seem exped- 
ient, and to make or pay any donations, subscrip- 
tions. gratuities, or pensions or other like payments 
to any employee or ex-employee of the Company or 
any other person, club, society, or institution: 

(t.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company or any part thereof or to amalgamate 
with any other company for such consideration as 
the Company may think fit, and in particular for 
shares (whether fully or partly paid up), deben- 
tures or debenture stock, or securities of any other 
company having objects altogether or in part similar 
to those of this Company ; to form and promote any 
other company or companies for the purpose of 
acquiring all or any of the property, rights, and 
liabilities of this Company, or for any other pur- 
pose which may seem, directly or indirectly, calcu- 
lated to benefit this Company : 

(m.) To invest and deal with the moneys of the 
Company not immedLately required upon such 
stocks, shares, and securities and in stich manner 
as may from time to time be determined : 

(a.) To pay the costs, charges, and expenses pre- 
liminary and incidental to the formation, establish- 
ment, and registration of the Company or of an^ 
other company, and to remunerate any persons or 
company for services rendered or to he rendered in 
relation to the formation and establishment of the 
Company or the conduct of its business, or placing 
or assisting to place or guaranteeing the placing 


of or taking any shares in the Company’s capital 
or au.v debi'iitui'cs, debenture stmdc, shai’es, stock, 
or si'ciirit i<‘s, whether is.sue<l by the Coniitany or 
tiot : 

(w.) 'I’o draw, acce])!, eudor.se, negotiate, exe- 
cute, and issue i)roniissory notes, bills ol ex(diange, 
scrip, and other tiansferablc or negotiabli' instru- 
ments: 

(x.) To distribute among the membi-rs in specie 
any iiroperty of the Company, or any iJi'oceeds of 
sale or (iisi)osition of any property of the Com])any, 
and lor such |)urpo.se to distinguish and sejjai’Ute 
capital from profits, but so tlmt no distiibiition 
amounting to a re<iuclion of capital be nnule excejjt 
with the sanction (if any) for the time ladng 
required by law : 

(y.) To do all or any of the above things in any 
|)art of the world, and either as p)incij)als, agents, 
trustees, contractors, or otherwise, aiul either alone 
or in conjunction with other.o, and either by or 
through agents, sub-contractoris, trustees, or other- 
wise : 

( 2 .) To do all such other things as are incidental 
or conducive to the attainment of the above objects 
or are usually carried or in connection therewith, 
and so that the word “comitany ” in this clause 
xhall be deemed to include any i)artnershi|) or other 
body of j)erson>>, whether incorporated or not incor- 
poratwi, and whether domiciled in the Cnited King- 
d'orn or elsewhere: and the inteniion is that in the 
construction of this clause the objects set forth 
in each of the first twenty-five paragi'aphs shall, 
except where otherwise exprc'Ss'ed in the same jja.a- 
graph, be in nowise limited by refe-rence to oi' infei-- 
ence from the teians of any other paragraph of this 
claus'c : 

Nothing in this clause contained shall empower 
:he Company to carry on any of :he classes of biisi- 
nes>s> to which the “ Assurance Comjianies Act. 

1 !)()!).” aitplies. r,.s 


I.iCEXCE TO AX EXTRA-I’UOVIXCIA I, 
CO.MI’AXV. 


“ (’o.\ii’A.\iES Act." 


Canad.v : 

I’HOM.NCK or Bani.sit Coi.i:mi5ia. 

Xo. .'.(Ma (1!)10). 

'jVIlS IS 10 CERriFV that ‘‘Western Empire 
1 Ufa Assuiance C'ompany " is an horized and 
licensed :o cairy on business wi'.hin .he I’rovince 
of R.i.ish Columbia, and to ca.ry out or effec; all 
01 - ary of he objects of the Company ;o wf.ich the 
legisla ive au hori y of the l.egisla.ure of B.itish 
Columbia extends. 

The head office of the ('ompany is si.uate at 
1 01 SoiU’ met Building, in the City of Winnipeg. 
Mani.oba. 

The head office of the Company in this I’rovince 
is situaie at Room I22ij Winch Building, in the 
City of ^’aucouver, and Edgar Bloomfield, barrister- 
a:-law. wlnose add'res.s is \'ancouver aforesaid, is 
the attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
five hundred thousand dollars, divided into five 
thousand shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-ninth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

Ll.s.] d. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies, 

The objects for which this Company has been 
establii?hed and licensed are : — 

The company may effect contracts of insurance 
with any pemons and incorporations on life and 
lives, or on or against any event, loss, or risk in 
any manner dependent on life or lives, and shall 
hilve power to grant, sell, or piircha 9 e annuities; 
to giant endowmients ; to purchase contingent ri'>'hts 
reversions, remainders, and generally to enter into 
any tiancactions dependent on the contingency of 
life and such as^ are usually transacted by life- 
assurance companies, including reinsurance : fe8 


1504 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


e/tra-provincial companies. 


LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PIIOVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada ; 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 56 oa (1910). 

T ubs is to certify that “ Canadlam P. J. 

Mitchell Comipany, Limited,” is authorized 
aud licGins'ed it'o carry on business 'Within the Piiov- 
iuce of British Columbia, and to carry out or effect 
all or any of the objects of the Company to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of Brit- 
ish Columbia extends. 

The he.adi office of the Company is situate at 
Caxlou House, lYostminster, London, S.W. 

The head oflice of the Company in this PTOvince 
is situate at 22.5 IVincli Building, in the City of 
Yancouver, and Edgar Bloomfield', barrister, whose 
address is Vancouver aforesaidi, dfe the attorney for 
the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
twenty-one thousand pounds, divided’ into twenty 
Ihousand preference shares and twenty thousand 
ordinary shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
first day of February, one thousand nine himdred 
and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Hegistrar of Joint-stock Companies. 
The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are ; — 

(a.) To carry on the business or businesses of 
dealers in, exporters, impointers, manufacturei’s, and 
vendors of, and' of agents, contractors, and licensees 
for the mannfa'cture and sale, supply, equipment 
of, and' other dealing with all hinds of machinery, 
tools, plant, equipment, accessories, and apparatug 
of any andi every description, and of general, elec- 
■fric, and mechanical engineers:, contractors, iron- 
foaindem, brassfounders, metal-iworhers, boiler- 
makers, millwrightg, machiinists, iron and steel 
converters, refiners, sm-elter®, woodworkers, coal, 
coke, oil, and timber merchants, builders, cement 
and whiting manufacturerg and merchants, chalk 
merchanls and agents, shipwrightg, wholesale and 
reitail sliop and storekeepers, metallurgists, chemists, 
minem, bankerg, capitalists, concessionaires, com- 
mi.s.sion agents, and warehousemen, and any other 
bu.sine.-'s or businicsses, whether manufacturing or 
otbei'iwise, which may seem to the Company or those 
representing it capable of being conveniently carried 
on in con,neclion with or additional to the above 
businesses or any of them, or calculated, directly or 
indire'ctly, to enhance the value of or render profit- 
able any of the 'Oompany's property or rights for 
the time being or to be of intercut to the Company 
to be carried on: 

(h.) To construct, execute, carry out, equip, 
improve, work, develop, administer, manage, and 
control in all countries in the world public or pri- 
vate. “works and conveniences” of all kinds, which 
exprc'g.sion in this memorandum includes railways, 
tiTunways, waterwarks, oil-weMs, fumaci's, steel, 
iron, and metal found'ries, stamping- works, smelting- 
works, factories, rcdinerie's, docks, harbourg, piers, 
wh'ar\('s, canals, reservoirs, embankments, irriga- 
tions, reclamation, improvement, s'cwagc, drainage, 
sanitary, power, light, heat, and other works, hotelg, 
wareh'on.ses, ma.rkets, and public buildings, and' any 
other w()rks and conveniences; and to contribute 
to and take inart in the construction, maintaining, 
carrying-on, improving, working, controlling, and 
managing of any such wo'rlcs or convenienceg : 

(c. ) To i)nrchase or by any other meang acquire 
any land, choses in action, liabilities, powers, privi- 
leges, .securities, and shares; to purchage, appl.v 
for, obtain the benefit of, take out, or by any o'ther 
mea.ns aeeiuire any brevets (rinvention, concegsions, 
inventions, letters patent, licences, a-ndi the like, 
gubject to royalty or otherwise, and whether exclu- 


sive or non-exclusive or limited ; to purchase or by 
any other means acquire any businesg, undertaking, 
or liabilities of any company or person trading or 
dealing for purposes within 'the scope of the objects 
and powers of the Company, and to conduct, carry 
on, or liquidate and wind up any such businesg or 
undertaking ; to purchase or by any other means 
acquire or obtain an interest in or the rights of 
manufacture, sale, or otherwise of any secret pro- 
cess, discovery, or invention, and to 'purchase, take 
on lease, apply for, obtain possession of or control 
over, or by a'ny other means acquire for or in the 
interests of the 'Company any other kind of prop- 
erty : 

(d.) To adapt, administer, alter, carry out, con- 
sitruct, contrive, establish, enlarge, execute, equip, 
fit up, improve, keep, maintain, manage, repair, and 
keep in repair any property of or in which the 
Company is oir may be or about to be interested : 

(c, ) To develop, grant rights, optmns, interests, 
and easements over or in refepect of, lease, let on 
hire and sale, licensee, mortgage, charge, and grant 
liens over, experiment with, test, work, use, or in 
any other way deal with or* tuni' to account any 
property of the Company, and to alter, extend, 
modify, prolong, and renew the period for which 
any such property is enjoyed, granted, or held : 

(/. ) To sell, tran<sfer, or otherwise dispose of the 
whole or any pant of any property of the Company 
either before or at any time after the Company 
shall have commenced' to carry vn any business, 
or without having done so. and in particular to 
sell, transfer, or otherwise disimse of the whole or 
any part of the undertaking and property of the 
Company, either together or in portions, for shares, 
debentures, obligations, or securities of any com- 
panj'- purchasing or acquiring the same, whether 
promoted by the Company or not : 

(g.) To divide, exchange, partition, sell, sur- 
render, or in any other way dispose of or dispossess 
the Company of the whole or any i>art of its prop- 
erly and undertaking in any way whatsoever, so 
long as the po\ver to do so is either expressly given 
by or mentioned in this memorandum or can be 
i m p 1 i e'd t h e r ef r om- : 

(/(.) To distribute any property of the Company 
among the members in specie, and either by way 
of dividendig or bonus, or upon a return of capital, 
but so that no distribution amounting to a reduc- 
tion of capital be made without the sancLion. avhere 
requisite, of the Court : 

(t. ) To boiTOiw, raise, and seenre the payment 
and repayment of money, and in particular by the 
issue of debentures or debenture stock (perpetual 
I or terminable), bonds, charges, liens, mortgages, or 
any other securitj' based or charged upon the whole 
or any part 'of the undertaking andi property of the 
Conipany, both present and future, including the 
capital of the Company for the time being uncalled 
or unpaid' or without any such or other security : 

(). ) To advance and lend money either with or 
williont security, and to receive money on deposit 
with or without allowance of interes't thereon ; 

(k.) To invest any monej's of the Company in 
.anch modes of investment as may from time to 
time seem desirable, except in the’ purchase of or 
on loan on shares in the capital of the Company : 

(/.) To accept, draw, discount, endoree. execute, 
issue, or otherwise deal with or turn to account 
bills of exchange, bills of lading, charter parties, 
cheque.g. policies, promissory note.^^, warrants, or 
any other bu.'-'iiness, commerciail or other instru- 
ments, whether negotiable or tra/nsferable o.r not : 

(m.) To give bail bonds, guarantees, and other 
similar documents; to undertake liabilities and obli- 
gations; 'to become st'cnrily or s-’urety for any com- 
pany or person, and to guarantee the capital and 
any other liabilities of any company and the divi- 
dends and interest on any company's shares, stock, 
securities, or liabilities: 

(n.) To cover by insurance or any othei- form 
of protection any contingency, damage, loss, risk, 
or other matter or thing (which may be or is cap- 
able of insurance or protectiion) to which the Com- 
pany, its business interests or property, or those 
of any company or person in or with which or 
whom the Company is or is' about to be interested 


inon 


Fkbiuiary 22 no, 1012.] 


THE lUilTISir COLTTMIUA 


r.AZIOTTIO. 


in airy way, is or srt'iiis t'o la' in any way open or 
Halilo ; 

(o.) 'I'o iH'Knitiah', riili'r iiiilo, luid oarry inlo 
t'ITt'iH any arranjrc'ini'iit for aiinalK’aination, ns'oii- 
strm-t ion, oo-oin'ral ion. joint working <*f l)n>‘iin'«« 
or inh'n'a.ls, or for .sliiirhijj profits, pantnorsliii), 
union of uit<'ro>)ts>, ri'oiprocal C'oiwi'nsion, or olher- 
wist> with' any company or pi'rson carryiiiK on or 
cnKajicd in any hnsincs^j or tranisiaclion wliicli lln* 
(.'omimny is ■nuth'oriKtsl to curry •on or ciiRagc in : 

(p.) 'I'o remunerate any comiiany or pereon 
reiui(''rin>!: ot about to ri'iider assib.tance or services 
to the Company : 

(</.) 'I'o promote, form, incorporate, or establi>'>h 
any company for the purpose' of acquiriii}', hoklin?;, 
or mini erta kins all or any jiart of the property or 
businosii^ o-f the Company, for furtherins the inter- 
ests of the Coinpany, or for any other purpose 
whatsoever : 

(r. ) 'i'o arrange for the paymenit of and to pay 
or rejiay to any company or pei’son any costs, 
charges, and expenses incurred almut or in connec- 
tion with the promotion, formation, incorporation, 
or establishiment of the Company or of any com- 
pany, and to arrange for, agree to procure, and to 
procure tlie subscription of and to underwrite or 
guarantee tlie suliscription of any stock, shaivs. 
or securities, ami to accept calls* and options from, 
grant calls or options to, pay brokerage and com- 
missions or otherwise arrange with and: remunerate 
any company or person for doing all or any of the 
aboTC matters and things, provided that the Com- 
pany shall not, directly o'!' indirectly, underwrite 
or guarantee the subs*criptio.a' of its owm shares, 
stock, or securities : 

(s.) To esitablish, discontinue, maintain, and 
regulate agencies, branches, depots, committees, 
local boards, and other bodies*: 

(t.) To establish, maintain, co-operate with, and 
give aid to or support any company or person for 
the benefit of the Company, or of any company or 
pereon employed by or having dealings 'W'ith the 
Company, and by the establishment of hospitals 
and homes, tlie provision of medical attend'ance, the 
keeping of depots, shops, and stores for the sale 
of or other dealing 'with any commodities, or by 
any other means to provide for the welfare of the 
employees of the Compaiiy, or of any company or 
person in whicli or wliom the Company is' inter- 
ested, or for the furthering of any object or institu- 
tion, benevolent, charitable, edueaitional, religions, 
local, municipal, national, private, public, or other- 
wise, and to make donations and undertake liability 
for all or ain5' of the above objects or purposes, and 
to provide and deal in all kinds of clothing, food, 
and commodities for any pui-poses, and in particular 
for the benefit of those employed by or having 
dealings with the Company, and to establish, 
acquire, and maintain depots, shops, and stores for 
such purposes : 

(a.) 'i’o enter into any arrangements with, 
memorialize, petition, or otherwise approach or 
deal with any Sovereign, authority. Ruler, Chief, 
Government, or pow'cr (colonial, local, ‘municipal, 
supreme, subsidiary, or otherwise), or with any 
others in aiuthority or power : 

(v.) To promote, apply for, and obtain any pro- 
visional or other order, Bill, Act, concession, decree, 
grant, or other statutory or sufficient authority, 
licence, or permission for the purposes of enabling 
the Com.pany to carry out or exercise any of its 
authorities, businesses, discretions, objects, or 
powers, or for any other purpose, and to agree, 
bring, commence, continue, compromise, oppose, 
resist, and 'take any other steps and proceedings in 
for the purposes of or in connection with any 
actions, applications, arbitrations, claims, petitions, 
proceedings, matters, or things which may seem 
likely, directly or indirectly, to be in or adverse to 
the interests of the Company, or of any company 
or person employed by or having dealings with the 
Company : 

(w.) To take steps for O'btaining and to obtain 
for the Company and for any company or pei’son 
the same or similar privileges, powers, and: rights 
in any part of the world as are or can be obtained 
or utilized by any co'mpany, local or otherwise, or 
person : 


(x.) 'I'd employ any company' oi- jierson as iimi 
ageiM, ageii'ls, or in any oilier posilioii or eaiiaeity 
to ('xereise any a ii'l liority, iiower, or iliKendioii 
vesliNl in OI’ exercisable by I lie ( 'oiiipa ii,\', ol’ li.V any 
eompanv or per'-on on beliial'f "of ibe t .o'liipa'iiy, oi 
for any otlu'r jiiirposes 'I bat may seem expedi'enl to 
I lie < 'oiiipany : 

(//.) '1\) adopt any means of making known any 
business’, olijecl, properly, or seiieiiie of the Com- 
pany, and in parlieular iiy ailverl i'-’iiig, by circu- 
lars. liy exliibi'tioii, by g'nanting of awanis, doiia- 
lionis. jirizi'S', and tlie like, by pulili'cal ions, liooks, 
|iaimplil(‘1s, or otlier documents, or liy tests or 
exiK'i’iiiH'nt.s : 

(g.) 'I'o enter into, carry out, execute, liavi', aiidi 
do all and any of tlie foreg'oiug or any oIIh'I’ 
anth'Oritii'S, luisiness'es. discretions. obji'Cts, powi'ii’s, 
acts, mattei’s, ami lliings at sneli limi's, in siieli 

manner, willi sucli obji'C'ts. for siK’li jmrposes, for 

sucli (if any) considerat ions ami lienefits moving 
from or to tl;c Ciimiian.v. and witli and' snliji'Ct to 
or wiilli tlie iK'nefif of sncli airrangemeiits. covenants, 
and lialiili'ti'i's and in evi'ry otlior res])ecr as the 

Comiiany may consider (>X'pf''di' 0 'nt. or liki'ly, directly 
or inilireel ly, to bo of ixmefit to or for tlie fui'tlier- 
a'nce of tlie 'business or otiji'Cts of tire Company, or 
in any oIIk'I’ way to lie in tlie intprests of tlie 

Company ; and to execute and deliver or in any 
otlier way jx'rfect siicli dep<ls. doenmonts, and 
insil'i’iiments als may seem to tlic Company eX'iiedicnt 
or nipci'SRary for carryiing out the bnsinosses and 
olijects of or for exercising tlie powers, antliorities, 
and discretions given to tlie Company, or likely to 
be of benefit to or in tlie intcrc.sts of or required 
by the Company. feli> 


LICEXCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 295 a (1910.) 

Ills IS TO CERTIFY that “Eastern Hat & 
Cap Manufacturing Company, Tdmitod,” is 
authorized and licensed to carry on business witliin 
the Province of British Columbia, and to carry 
out or effect all or any of the objects of the Coin- 
Iiany to which the legislative authority of the 
Legislature of British Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at 
the City of Truro, Nova Scotia. 

The head oflice of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, and Robert 
B. Parkes, barrister-at-law, whose address is Van- 
couver aforesaid, is the attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
twenty thousand dollars, divided into two hundred 
shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, 1‘i’ovince of British Columbia, this 
eighteenth day of November, one thousand nine 
hundred and ten. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 

The 'Objects for which this Company has* been 
establis'hed and licensedi are: — 

(a.) To carry on the business of manufacturing, 
buying, and selling hats and caps and other men’s 
and women's furnishings and merchandise : 

(b.) To purchase, take, hold, possess, lease, or 
otherwise acquire any real and personal property, 
rights, easements, or privileges which may be 
necessary or convenient for carrying on" the 
business of the Company : 

(c. ) To lease, sell, transfer, convey by deed or 
mortgage, either absolutely or by way of security, 
all real and personal property acquired by tlie 
Company, and for such purposes to sign and 
execute all necessary deeds, conveyances, mort- 
gages, releases, or other documents, and the doing 
of all such other things as are incidental or con- 
duci\e to the attainments of the above objects. 

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THE r.KlTISn COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 


T IC’.-]NCE TO AX EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ CoMPAXiES Act.” 


Canaiia : 

Pr ATNCE of . RITISII COLUMRIA. 

No. 315a (1310.) 

T HIS IS TO CERTIFY that “The Ham and 
Nh;tt Company, I.iinited,” is authorized and 
I’censed to cai" y on business within the Province 
of Priti'h Columbia, and to carry out or effect 
all or any of the ob.iects of the Company to which 
the legislative authority of the Legislature of 
Rriti'^h Columbia extends. 

The bead office of the Company is situate at 
’^'rantford, Ontario. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at 1737 lYilliam Street, Vancouver, and 
I). IMacT achlin, agent, whose address is Vancouver 
afore'-'aid. is the attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
two hundred thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
I'ictoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
thirtieth day of November, one thousand nine 
hundred and ten. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of J oint-stock Companies. 
Th'e nbjpots for which this Company ha;g been 
established and licensed' are:— 

To manufacture, buy, sell, and deal in refrig- 
erators, spring beds, washing-machines, furniture, 
house furnishings, and like articles. fe22 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF 
AN EXTRA- PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 17.5b (1910). 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Felten & Guil- 
leaume Carlswerk Aotien-Gesellschaft,” an 
Extra-Provincial Company, has this day been regis- 
tered as a Company und'er the “ Companies Acl ” 
to carry out or effect all or any of the objects of 
Ihe Company to which the legislative authority of 
the Legislature of Brltis<h Columbia extends. 

The head office o'f the Company is situate at 
Mulheim-on-Rhine. Germany. 

The head’ office of ihe Com])any in this Province 
is situate at No. 1(114 First .\veiiue West, in the 
City of Vancouver, and Fi’ank N. Gillies, merchant, 
whose address is '\''a ncouver aforesaid, is the attor- 
ney for the Comi)any. 

'I’he amount of the ca’pital of the Company is 
fifty-fi\'P m'llion marks, dividied into fif:y-five thou 
sand shares of one thou'-and mai’ks each. 

'I'lie Company is limited. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
I'ioinria. Pro\iiicP of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of .Taninry. one thous’and nine 
hum'red and twelve. 

iL.s.l D. WHITESHDE. 

Registrar of -Joint-Rtoi k Comp'iiiies. 

The nliire:s for which th's Company has been 

ahli-l;ed and registered are: — 

To ■e!<t> er -n'' ca-ry on the husine.ss of the 
(irn of I'dtdi & Gii Ihaume. Mulheim-on-Rhine. 
’ w- 11 a-’ : — 

ri'( loirnur n or mi'ch’se and carrying on 
of f -c riri".' a’ (I nth 'r int'ii-;' • hal work' connected 
'' i li h ■ w'"" in 'll'- ry. met Plui”jy. and apjilied 
' c ’h"! 'll 'u' o„ I (.11 terni'ises of every 
'•••i ' (>.' w'tli tlie above hrnvclies of liu 'iness 

bi ■■IT.'- al : 

< I) ) Tlu' ’lui-cli 'SO ’nd sale, as well ■i'> the fi ’in’s 
own o-eihic i in of aw materiiK-. and Ihe manufac- 
ture of finished and semi-finished goods, and of 


machinery of every kind necessary for or ho be used 
in the carrying-on of the industries and undertak- 
ings named under “A”: 

(c. ) The purchase and working of ore. coal, and 
other mines, the equipment or purchase and' carry- 
ing-on of works of every descrintion for the utiliza- 
tion and further handling of produce obtained' from 
such mines or under other rights, and the trade in 
such prod'uce : 

(d.) To acquire licences for the industrial 
utilization of same in the Company’s own works or 
to realize the same in another manner: 

(e. ) To participate in public, municipal, or pri- 
vate enterprises connected with the avire industry, 
metallurgy, and applied electrical engineering, the 
establishment, taking-over, and financing o'f such 
enterprises, as well as the sale or other realization 
of such interests : 

(/.) Investments, partioipations, and transac- 
tions of every description in general adapted to 
further the objects of the Company aforesaid : 

Also the fonvarding, warehousing, and freighting 
business, as well as the keeping-'on of the works of 
the Electrizitats-Actien-Gesellschaft. fel 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF 
AN EXTRA - PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada ; 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 176b (1910). 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Whiton Hardware 
Company,” an Extra-Provincial Company, has 
this day been registered as a Company under the 
“ Companies Act ” to carry out or effect all or any 
of the objects of the Company to which the legis- 
lative authority of the Legislature of British 
Columbia extends. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Seattle, State of Washington, U.S.A. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Victoria, and R. H. Powell, 
hardware-dealer, whose address is Victoria afore- 
said, is the attorney for the Company; not 
empowered to issue or transfer shares or stock. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
two hundred thousand dollars, divided into two 
thousand shares of one hundred dollars each. 

The Company is limited', and the time of its 
existence is fifty years from the ninth day of May, 
1903. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
1 ictoria,^ Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-ninth day of .January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

fi'-s.] D. IVIHTESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stoek Companies. 

The objects for which this Company has been 
established and registered are: — 

(1.) To engage in any and all kinds of commer- 
eial pursuits, and particularly to engage in the 
general hardware business in Ihe City of Seattle, 
and al both wholesale and retail, or either, and for 
the snece.ssful and convenient operation of said 
business : 

(2.) lo purchase or otherwise acquire, own, 
j hold, control, and deal in. sell, encumber, or other- 
wise dispose of all kinds of property, both real and 
jiersonal. or mixed: 

! (3.) To borrow money at such times and upon 

such securities as may be deemed expedient: 

j (4.) To loan money (not. however, in such 
I manner or amounts a'^ lo enter Ihe banking busi- 
n'ss) at such times and upon such securities as 
mav he deemed expedient, or otherwise give credit 
; lo such person or persons or corporation or cor- 
no'a'ions. and upon such security as may be deemed 
j exnedient or advi>'»able. including the capital stock 
I of any o'hei’ coi’poration : 

(5.) To act as agent, factor, or broker for all 
such persons or corporations as may be deemed 
desirable or profitable. feS 


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l^'iciutuAUY 122 ni>, 1012. 1 MliFnSII ('(ILU.MIIIA I !•>. 


EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANIES. 

I.K'KNCK TO AX KX'l'KA I'KOVrXCIAI. 
(’O.Ml’ANV. 

“ (^OMPANIKS 


Canada : 

rUOVINC'K OK UlMTlSU Col-UMlilA. 

Xo. otiilA (1 !)!(►). 

rnllis IS 'I’O ('lOUTIFY tlml “The Craliain 
1 l.sliuKi (U.(’.) Coal and Timber Syndicate, 
Limited,” io aiilliorizwl and lic(>nned to carry on 
bnsines.n witliin tlie I’roviuce of Itritusdi Columbia, 
and) to carry out or elTect all or any of the objects 
of the Company to which the Icfrislative authority 
of the Lofrislal lire of British Columbia extends. 

^riie head oHice of the Company is situate at 
200-202 Capel House, Xew Broad' Street, in the 
City of l.ondon, England. 

The head office of the Coimiiany in this Prov- 
ince i.s situate at 81.^) Bower Building, in the 
City of V'aneouver, and Alexander Harold Doualas, 
barrister-at-law. whose address is Vancouver afore- 
said', is the attorney for the ('ompany. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
thirteen thousand three hundred and forty-eight 
pounds, divided into sixty-one thousand nine hun- 
dred and sixty “A” shares, ten thousand “ B ” 
shares, and five thousand “C” shares. 

Given under my hand and seal of oflice at 
Victoria, Province of Britisli Columbia, this 
•twenty^fifth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred andi twelve. 

[L.S.] D. AYIHTESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The objects for which this Company has been 
established and licensed are : — 

(a.) To enter into and carry into effect, with 
or without modification, the agreements referred to 
in clause 3 of the Company’s articles of association : 

(h.) To purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire 
and to turn to account coal, gold, and other mines, 
mining rights, and auriferous, cretaceous, and other 
land in any part of the world and any interest 
therein, including options : 

(c. ) To carry on the business of colliery pro- 
prietors, ironmastei’s. steel makers and converters, 
coke manufacturers, miners, smelters, engineers, 
tinplate-makers, and ironfounders in all their 
respective branches in any part of the world : 

(d.) To search for, get. win, work, raise, quarry, 
crush, smelt, refine, amalgamate, and prepare for 
market coal, auriferous quartz and ore, iron, steel, 
ironstone, brick-earth, bricks, and other metals, 
mineral substances, and precious stones in any part 
of the world, and to carry on any other metal- 
lurgical operations, and to use, sell, and dispose 
of such prodiuce, and to grant prospecting and 
mining and other licences, options, rights, or 
privileges : 

(e.) To explore, examine, investigate, test, make, 
experiments, obtain reports, opinions of experts, 
certificates, analyses, surveys, plans, dtescriptions, 
and information in relation to any property or 
rights which the Company may acquire or become 
interested in in any part of the world, or with a 
view to discovering properties or rights which the 
Company may acquire or become interested in. and 
to engage, employ, pay fees to, retain the services 
of, and send to any part of the world agents, 
explorers, experts, engineers, lawyers, and others, 
and to fit out and dispatch expeditions for the pur- 
posig of exploring or ascertaining boundaries, or 
making investigations of any nature whatsoever, 
and to purchase or otherwise acquire any of the 
properties so ex^ilored or investigated as aforesaid, 
or any rights or interests therein : 

(/. ) To buy, sell, refine, and deal in bullion, 
specie, coin, and precious metals ; 

(g.) To carry on business as manufacturers of 
chemicals and manures, distillers, dye-makers, gas- 
makers, metallurgists, andi mechanical engineers : 

(h.) To undertake and carry on any business, 
transaction, or operation commonly undertaken or 
carried on by bankers, merchants, traders, capital- 
ists, contractors for public and other works, con- 
cessionaires, company promoters or undierAvriters, 

16 


and genrrally to insiilute, ciiler into, carry on, 
assist, or participate in liuaiicial, cominc-rcia 1, nici’- 
caiitilc, industrial, iiiauufact uring, mining, and 
otliei- businesucH, works, contracts, undertakingis, 
and (iuaiicial operations of all kinds, and to carry 
on any business (whether inanufact uring or other- 
wise)' which may seem to the Gompany _ callable 
of being conveniently carried on in connection with 
any of th(> objects of the Company, or calculated, 
diri'ctly or indirectly, to enhanci* the value of or 
render more iirofitable any of the Company’s jiroji- 
erty or rights: 

(i.) 'I'o undertake the con.sit ruction and eiiuip- 
inent of, and to ojierate, use, and turn to account, 
railways, tramway.s, canals, aqueilucts, waterworks, 
gasworks, electric-light and jiower works, diocks, 
roads, embankments, jiiers, harbours, dams, reser- 
voir.s, sewers, .sewage-works, drains, drainage-works, 
paving-works, public buildings, factories, ware- 
lioiises, wharves, bridges, viaducts, irrigation-works, 
teli>graph-lines, telephone-line.s, ami exchanges out- 
side the Cnitedi Kingdom, wireless-telegraiih sys- 
tems ami works, buildings or erections of any kind, 
or acquire any interest in or undertake contracts 
for the construction, eijuipment, or working of any 
such undertakings a.s aforesaid, and to manufac- 
ture, buy, sell, and .supjilj’' all plant, machinery, 
engines, rolling-stock, live andi dead stock, appli- 
anc(>s, accessories, and things for use in connection 
with any of the foregoing, or any mines, collieries, 
or other undertakings, whether or not of the chai- 
acter before mentioned-: 

(/. ) To buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in 
goods, wares, and merchandii.se, including all con- 
veniences or necessaries of life which may be 
used or required by workmen or others, whether 
employ(«d by the Company or not, and to open and 
keep shops or .stores, and generally to carry on 
manufacturing, carrying, trading, or other busi- 
ness ; 

(k.) To acquire by purchase or otherwise, or to 
charter or hire, or to build and construct, or to 
order or procure to be built and constructed, any 
ships, vessels, tugs, lighters, or barges, or any .share 
or shares therein, with all necessary or convenient 
engines, furniture, tackle, stores, and equipments; 
to carry on the busineiss of carriers by land and 
water, ship-owners, and shippers, barge-owners, 
lightermen, forwarding agents, warehousemen, 
wharfingers, storekeepers, dock-owners, haibour- 
masters, merchants, traders, importers and export- 
ens of all kinds of goods, purveyors, underwriters, 
and insurers of ships, merchandise, goods, freight, 
and other property, but exclusive of all insurances 
referred to in section 1 of the “ Assurance Com- 
panies Act, 1909,” and: of dealers in articles, goods, 
and chattels of every kind : 

(/. ) To found, promote, and float any company, 
corporation, association, or society, and to sub- 
scribe for, underwrite, place, guarantee the placing 
of. find, or provide the capital, shares, stock, dleben- 
tures, debenture stock, loans, annuities, or other 
securities of any company, corporation, association, 
society, municipal or other authority, or trust, or 
commissioners, or other body, public or priA-ate, 
and to expend moneys in or about the formation, 
incorporation, or constitution of any body, whether 
formed under the ‘‘ Companies (Consolidation) Act, 
1908,” or any charter, or in accordance Avith the 
laAvs of any colony or dependienicy, or of any foreign 
country or state, or in accordance Avith any decree, 
rescript, ukase, or other authority Avhatsoever, and 
in and about providing the capital of or monejAS 
borrowed by any such body, in particular in con- 
nection Avith procuring the passing of any special 
or private Act of Parliament, or the grant of any 
charier, provisional order, decree, rescript, ukase, 
or other authority, and in preparing, printing, adver- 
tising. and circulating any prospectus or circular 
inviting subscriptions, and in pajdng commissions 
or bonuses to persons in connection Avith any of 
the matters aforesaid' : 

(m.) Po purchase or by other means acquire in 
any part of the Avorld any freehold, leasehold, or 
other property for any estate or interest Avhatever, 
and any rights, privileges, or easements over or in 
re.spect of any property: 

(ii.) To build, construct, maintain, alter, enlarge, 
pull doAvn, and remove or replace any buildings, 
factories, mil'ls^ offices, Avorks, wharves, roads, rail- 


THE BEITTSH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22 nd, 1912. 



ways, tramways, machinery, engines, walls, fences, 
banks, pipe-lines, dams, sluices, harbours, docks, 
quays, canals, aqueducts, watercourses, telephone 
and telegraph systems outside the United Kingdom, 
and water-wheels, and to clear sites for the same, 
or to join with any person, firm, or company in 
doing any of the things aforesaid, and to work, 
manage, and control the same, or join with Others 
in so doin/g : 

(o.) To obtain the grant of, purchase, or by 
other means acquire and protect, prolong and 
renew, whether in the United Kingdom or else- 
where. any patents, patent rights, brevets d’inven- 
tion, licences, protection/s, and concessions which 
may appear likely to be advantageous or useful to 
the Company, and to use and turn to account and 
to manufacture under or grant licences or privi- 
leges in respect of the same, and to expend money 
in experimenting upon and testing and improving 
or seeking to improve any patents, inventions, or 
rights which the Company may acquire or propose 
to acquire : 

(p. ) To acquire and undertake the whole or any 
part of the business, goodwill, and assets of any 
person, firm, or company carrying on or proposing 
to carry on any of the businesses which this Com- 
pany is authorized to carry on, and, as part of the 
consideration for such acquisition, to undertake all 
or any of the liabilities of such person, firm, or 
company, or to acquire an interest in, amalgamate 
with, or enter into any arrangement for sharing 
profits, or for co-operation, or -for limiting com- 
petition, or for mutual assistance with any such 
person, firm, or company, and to give or accept, 
by way of consideration for any of the acts or 
things aforesaid or property acquired, any shares, 
debentures, diebenture stock, or securities that may 
be agreed upon, and to hold! and retain, or sell, 
mortgage, and deal with, any shars, debentures, 
debenture stock, or securities so received : 

(gf.) To improve, manage, cultivate, develop, ex- 
change, let on lease, or otherwise mortgage, sell, 
dispose of, turn to account, grant rights andi privi- 
leges in respect of, or otherwise deal with all or 
any part of the property andi rights of the Com- 
pany, and in particular to lease any lands or other 
possessions of the Company to natives or others on 
the tribute system or otherwise ; 

(r.) To breedi, rear, and grow, buy, sell, and deal 
in horses, cattle, live-stock, all kinds of crops and 
a.gricultural and other prodaice of all sorts, and 
carrj’ on the several businesses of faivners, graziers, 
horse-dealens, raisers of live-stock, lumbermen, 
potters, brickmakers, hotelkcepens, storekeepers, 
printers, ship-ownei's, builders, and general mer- 
chants, rninei'S, manufacturers of and dealers and 
traders in, or sellers on commission of, or as agents 
for any of the substances aforesaid, or timber, coal, 
and miinerals of all kindls and their products: 

(s.) To carry on business in the Unitedi King- 
dom or the colonies or dependencies of Great 
Britain, or abroad, as general contractors: 

(t.) To make gifts of land or money for any 
religious, educational, sanitary, or public purposes, 
and also to make grants of land, without con- 
sideration. for roads, railways, parks, iileasure- 
grounds, market-places, public squares, open spaces, 
or any purpose which it is considered will enhance 
the value of the remaining property of the 
Company : 

(u.) To invest and deal with the moneys of the 
Company not immediately la'quired in such manner 
as may from time to lime be determined : 

(a.) To lend andi advance money or give credit 
to such, pereons and on such terms as may seem 
expedient, and in particular to customers and 
others having dealings with the Company, ami to 
give guarantees or become security for any such 
persons : 

(to.) To borrow or raise money in .such manner 
as the Companj” shall think fit, and in particular 
by, the is"sue of debentures, debenture stock, mort- 
gages, or charges, perpetual or otherwise, or by 
banker’s overdraft, and to secure the repayment 
of any money borrowed, raised, or owing by mort- 
gage, charge, or lien upon the whole or any part 
of the Company's property or assets (whether 
])resenl or future), includling its uncalled capital, 
and also by a similar mortgage, charge, or lien 


to secure and guarantee the performance by the 
Companji of any obligation or liability it may 
undertake : 

(g.) To draw, make, accept, endorse, discount, 
execute, and issue promissory notes, bills, of ex- 
change, bills of lading, warranrts, debentures, and 
other negotiable or transferable instruments: 

(y. ) To enter into arrangements with any 
Governments or authorities (supreme, municipal, 
local, or otherwise) in any part of the world, and 
any corporations, companies, or persons that may 
seem conducive to the Company’s objects or any of 
them, and to obtain from any such Government, 
authority, corporation, company, or person any 
chartere, contracts, decrees, rights, privileges, and 
concessions which the Compan3' maj' think desir- 
able, and to carry out, exercise, and comply with 
anji such charter's, contracts, decrees, rights, privi- 
leges, and concessions : 

(^. ) To act as agents or brokers or as trustees 
for any person, firm, or company, and to under- 
take and perform sub-contracts, and' also to act in 
anji of the businesses of the Company through or 
b3" means of agents, brokers, sub-contractors, or 
others : 

(aa.) To remunerate any person, firm, or com- 
pany rendering services to this Company, whether 
by cash pa3’iment or by allotment to him or them 
of shares or securities of the Company credited 
as paid up in full or in part or otherwise : 

(hh.) To pay all or any expenses incurred ia 
connection with the formation, promotion, and 
incorporation of the Company and any company 
to be promotedi as herein provided, or to contract 
with an3'' person, firm, or company to pay the same, 
and to pay commissions to brokers and others for 
underwriting, placing, selling, or guaranteeing the 
subscription of any shares, debentures, debenture 
stock, or securities of the Company and any com- 
pans'i to be promoted' as aforesaid.: 

(cc. ) To procure the Company to be registered 
or recognized in an3' dominion. State, colon3”, or 
dependency, and in any foreign countiT or place: 

(dd.) To promote an3' other company for the 
purpose of acquiring all or any of the property 
or undertaking an3T of the liabilities of this Com- 
pan3', andi to place or guarantee the placing of, 
underwrite, subscribe for, or otherwise acquire all 
or an3" part of the shares or securities of any such 
compatu" as aforesaid : 

(cc.) To sell or otherwise dispose of the whole 
or any part of the undertaking of the Company, 
either together or in portions, for such considera- 
tion as the Coni'pany may think fit, and in par- 
ticular for shares (whether fully or partly paid 
up), diebentures, debenture stock, or securities of 
any company purchasing the same: 

(jf.) To distribute among the members of the 
Comi)an3' in kind an3- property of the Company, 
and in particular au3' shares, debentures, debenture 
stock, or securities of other companies belonging 
to this Compan3i, or of which this Compan3' may 
have the power of disposing: 

{(Jf/.) To do all such other things as may be 
deemed incidental or conducive to the attainment 
of the above objects or any of them. fel 


LICUNX’E TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL 
COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Canada : 

Province oe P.ritisii Columria. 

No. 2 !) 4 a (U) 10 .) 

T HIS IS TO CERTIFY that “The Canadian 
Otlice and School Furniture Company (Lim- 
ited)’’ is authorized and licensed to carry on 
business within the Province of British Columbia, 
and to carry out or effect all or any of the objects 
of the Company to which the legislative authority 
of the Legislature of British Columbia extends. 

The head oflice of the Company is situate at 
the Town of Preston, County of Waterloo, Prov- 
ince of Ontario. 

’I'he head ollice of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the City of Vancouver, and E. G. 
Parnell, manufacturers’ agent, whose address is 


\'aMc(iii\ i'r aforcsiiitl, is IIk' atluriicy for tlio ( 'oia- 
paiiy. 

'I'ln' aaioimt of Hit' capital of the Company is 
one linndi’cd (lionsand dollars, divided into one 
tlioiisand slnires. 

(liven under iny liaml and seal of olliee at 
\’ietoria, I’rovinec* (d' Itritisli Colnmliia, tins 
twenty-first day of .lannary, one tlioiisand nine 
liiindred and eli'veii. 

I 1 ..H. I 1>. WIUTKSIDM, 

JiCijintrar oj Joiiit-xtack (hjiiipanicn. 

'I'lu* olijeels for wliieli this ConiiMiiny hais been 
I's'iahlis'hed and lieensisJ’ aro: — 

'I'o inanufaetnri', buy, sidl, export, and (bail in 
fnrnitiin* littin^s, wares, and nierehandise for 
schools, (dinrehes, halls, theatres, otliia'S, hanks, 
and other piililie and private' huildiiiKS. feUli 


harrisK'r and) solicitor, whose addiress is Vancouver 
aforesaidi, is the atlorncy for the Company ; not 
empowered' to issue or transfer shares or sloi'k. 

'I'lie amount of the caintal of tlie Comiiany is one 
hundred thousand dollars, divided into one Ihoiisaiul 
shares of one hundred) didlars cadi. 

(liven under my hand and seal of otlice at 
\'ictoria, Province of Itritisli (hdiimliia, tins 
seventeenth <lay of Kchriiary, one thousand nine 
hiindiri'd and' twelve. 

I). WlllTIOSIDh:, 
Uff/istnir oj Joiiit-xlook ('oiH/xtiiicH. 


The ohjisfts for which this C’oni'iiany has been 
e.sMiblislusl and registered are : — 

Carrying on the hirsiiiitis of niaimractnring 
niachiiie-helting and siipidiits incident thereto, and. 
eanva.s cloth, and selling the same. feJJ 


CKKTIFICATIO OF TllK ItFtllSTUATlOX OF 
A.\ FXTUA-l'KOVlXCIAI> COMPANY. 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 


“ CoMi’A.MKS Act.” 


CKUTIFICATF OF I XCOltPOItATION. 


Canada : 

Pkovince oi' IturiTsii Cocumhia. 

No. 71 H (ItHD.) 

T IIKHF'HY CFKTIFY that “The Sherwin- 
J. M'illiams Company,” an Extra - Provincial 
t'umpany, has this day been registered as a 
Company under the “ Companies Act ” to carry 
out or effect all or any of the objects of the 
Company to which the legislative authority of 
the Legislature of Itritisli Columbia extends. 

The head otlice of the Company is situate in 
the City of Cleveland, County of Cuyahoga, State 
of Ohio. 

The head otlice of the Company in this Province 
is situate at the ollice of ^lessrs. Tupper & (Iriflin, 
Royal Rank Chambers, Vancouver, and Honour- 
able Sir Charles Ilibbert Tupper, K.C.M.G., 
solicitor, whose address is \'ancouver aforesaid, 
is the attorney for the Company. 

The amount of the capital of the Company is 
eight million dollars, divided into eighty thousand 
shares of one hundred dollars. 

The said Company is limited. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Metoria, I’rovince of British Columbia, this 
twentieth day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and eleven. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

licgiHtrar of Joint-stoclc Companies. 

The objects for which this 'Com.pany has been 
established, and. registered are : — 

To carry on the business of manufacturing and 
dealing in paints, colours, varnishes, japans, 
dryers, oils, turpentine, leads, ziucs, flaxseed, 
painters’ supplies, tin-cans, containers of all kinds, 
lumber, boxes, and all kindred articles incident to 
the business; to engage in printing, publishing, 
and general job-printing, and' all things incidient 
thereto pertaining to the business ; to own and 
operate mines of ores, of leads, oxides, and other 
minerals, and doing all things incident thereto. 

fe22 


CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATIOX OF 
AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY. 


“ Companies Act,” 


Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

No. 179 b (1910). 

HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Main Belting Com- 
ixiuj’,” an Extra-Provincial Company, has this 
day been registered as a Company under the “ Com- 
panies Act ” to carry out or effect all or anj’ of the 
objects of the Company to which the legislative 
authority of the Legislature of British Columbia 
extends. 

The head office of the Company is- situate at 1241 
Carpenter Street, in the City of Philadelphia, State 
of Pennsylvania. 

The head office of the Company in this Province 
is situate at 837 Hastings Street West, in the City 
of Vancouver, and Finley Robert McDonald Russell, 


“CO.Ml’ANIES .\CT.” 


No. 102.3 (1910). 

1 HEREBY CERTIFY that “Terminal Sheet 
Melal Works, Limited,” has this day been 
incorporatisl undier the “ Comi)anie.s Act” as a 
Limited Com])aiiy, with a capital of ten thou.'->and 
(lollaiw, diivideili into ten thousand shares. 

The head office of the 'Company is situate at the 
City of Vancouver, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
N’ictoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
nineteentlii day of February, one thousand nine 
hunidred and twelve. 

Ll.s.J D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 
The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorpoi'ated ; — 

(«.) To purchase and take over or otherwise 
acquire as going concerns the whole or any part 
of the businesses, property, and assets of the 
Terminal Sheet ^letal Works and Meadows & 
Oliver Sheet Metal Works, two partnerships carry- 
ing on business in the City of Vancouver, in the 
Province of British Columbia, as sheet-metal work- 
ers, and) for the proper acquisition of the same to 
enter andl carry into effect, either with or without 
modification, two certain agreements which have 
alreadly been prepared) and are expressed to be 
made between the Terminal Sheet IMetal W'orks as 
vendors and Terminal Sheet Metal Works, Limited, 
as purchaser, and Meadows & Oliver Sheet Metal 
Works as vendors and Terminal Sheet Metal 
Works, Limited, as purchaser, respectively, copies 
whereof have for the purposes of identification been 
initialled by Mr. E. A. Dickie, solicitor for the 
proposed! Company : 

(6.) To make advances in cash, goods, or other 
supplies to other persons, companies, or firms, and 
to take and hold real andl personal securities for 
the same : 

(e. ) To lease, purchase, or otherwise acquire, 
hold, and sell real estate, and stocks, bonds, and 
shares of other corporations, or shares or interest 
in any other business, whether incorporated or not ; 

{(1.) To build, purchase, lease, or otherwise 
acquire and operate manufactories: 

(e.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or 
otherwise deal with all or any part of the prop- 
erty and rights of the Company : 

If.) To acquire and undertake the whole or any 
part of the business, propeidj", and liabilities of 
any per.son or company carrying oui any business 
which this Company is authorized to carry on, or 
possessed of property suitable for the purposes of 
this Company: 

(p. ) To draw, make, accept, endorse, discount, 
execute, and issue promissory notes, bills of e.x- 
change, bills of lading, warrants, mortgages, deben- 
tures, and other negotiable or transferable instru- 
ments : 

(/). ) To borrow, raise, or secure payment of 
money in such manner or form as the Company 
may see fit, and in particular by the issue of deben- 


1510 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


lures aiidi debenture stock, perpetual or otherwise, 
charged' upon all or any of the Compan 3 ’’s property, 
both present and future, including its uncalled 
capital, and to paj" off such indebtedness and to 
redeem any securities given : 

(i.) To invest and deal with moneys of the Com- 
panj’ not immediatelj^ recjuired upon such securities 
and in such manner as maj’ from time to time be 
determined : 

(j.) To pay for any pi-operty that maj' be 
acquired by the Company as hereinbefore stated 
either in cash or in fully paid-up shares of the 
Company, or partlj’ ini cash and partly in such 
fully paid-up shares: 

{k.) To increase the capital of the Company by 
the issue of new shares, or to amalgamate with 
aiu- other company now or hereafter incorporated 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company, or to reduce the capital by 
cancellation of shares: 

(1.) To do all such other things as are instru- 
mental or conducive to the attainment of the above 
objects or any of them. fe22 


CERTI'FICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 964 (1910). 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that “Westminster 
Labour Temple Co'mpany, Limited,” has this 
day been incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” 
as a Limited Company, with a capital of ten thou- 
sand dollars, divided into te'w thousand shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of New Westminster, Province of British Col- 
umbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-ninth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated : — 

(a.) To acquire bj" purchase or otherwise any 
lands and premises in the Cit 3 " of New Westmin- 
ster, Province of British Columbia, and to hold, 
OCCUP 3 '. use, equi]), arid' maintain the same for the 
purpose of a labour temple: 

(h.) To construct and maintain and alter any 
building or works on any of said lands, and other- 
wise to maintain, improve, manage, work, and deal 
with said lands andi premises or any part thereof: 

(c. ) To permit the said lands and premises or 
any i)art thereof to be used, on such terms as the 
Company' shall think fit, for labour or other pur- 
poses : 

(d.) To furnish the Company's property with 
such furniture and conveniences as may be thought 
desirable : 

(c. ) To invest and deal with the moneys of the 
Company not immediately recpiired in such manner 
as may from time to time be detorminedi: 

if.) To purchase or otherwise acquire real and 
personal property : 

(g.) To l)orrow' or raise or secure the payment 
of money in such manner as the Company shall 
think fit, and in particular by the issue of deben- 
tures or d(''benlure stock, i)erpelual or otherwise, 
charged upon all or any j)art of the Company's 
property, both present and future, including its 
uncalled capital, and to purchase, redeem, or pay 
off any such securities: 

(/(. ) To draw, make, accept, and endorse, das- 
count, execute', .and issue promissory notes, bills of 
exchange, debenlnres, and other negotiable or trans- 
ferable instruments: 

(i. ) To s('ll and dispose of the undiertaking of 
the Comiiany or any part thereof for such considera- 
tion as the Company may think lit: 

(j.) To sell, improve, manage, develo]), exchange, 
lease, mortgage, enfranchise, (lisjtose of, turn to 
account, or otherwise deal with all or any part of 
the i)roperty and rights of the Comi)any : 

(k.) To do all such other things as are conducive 
to the attainment of the above objects or any of 
them : 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 


“BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES ACT.” 


Dominion of Canada : 

Province of British Columbia. 

CiTT OF Nanaimo. 

In the Matter of the “ Benevolent Societies Act ” 
and the “ Corporation of the International 
Brotherhood of Owls.” 

TTTE, James R. McKinnell and. James Handlen, 
V V both of the City of Nanaimo, Province of 
British Columbia, do solemnly declare that — 

1. A number of gentlemen, including ourselves, 
intend to unite into a corporation to be called “ The 
International Brotherhood of Owls.” 

2. The purposes of the Corporation shall be as 
foll'ow's : — 

{a.) For any benevolent, or provident, or moral, 
or charitable purpose : 

(b. ) For the improvement and development of 
the moral, social, and physical condition of young 
men : 

(c.) For the promotion of literature, science, or 
the fine arts, and the promotion and diffusion of 
knowledge : 

(d.) For the promoting of the cause of temper- 
ance and moral reform : 

(c.) For the uniting fraternally, for mutual 
benefit, protection, improvement, and association 
generall 3 ’, male members of the Caucasian race of 
sound body and health, not less than eighteen (IS) 
years of age and not more than fifty (^) years of 
age, of good moral character, and who believe in a 
Supreme Being 

3. The first trustees of the Corporation shall be 
William II. Thorpe, Edward Thorne, and James 
Handlen, and their successors shall be appointed 
annually by ballot at the regular annual meeting. 

And we make this solemn declaration conscien- 
tiously believing it to be true, and knowing it is 
of the same force and effect as if made under oath 
and by virtue of the “ Canada Evidence Act.” 

JAS. R. McKLNNELL. 

J. HANDLEN. 

Declared before me at the City of Nanaimo, B.C., 
this 20th day of January, a.d.. 1913. 

[seal] j. H. SIMPSON, 

Notary Public. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing declaration 
appears to me to be in conformity with the provi- 
sions of the “ Benevolent Societies Act.” 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

fel Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 

No. 969 (1910). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “The Western 
J- Plumbing & Supply Company, Ijimited,” has 
this day been incorporated under the “ Companies 
Act” as a Limited Company, with a capital of 
tifteen thousand dollars, divided into fifteen thou- 
sand shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at 
Prince Rupert, I’rovince of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
thirtieth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

iL.s.l D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incon^orated : — 

(a.) To carry on tlie business of manufacturing, 
wliolesale and retail plumbers, sheet-metal works, 
gas, sanitary, heating, lighting, and electrical 
engineers, and of manufacturers of and dealers in 
furnaces, stoves, boilers, tinware, sheet-metal, 
house furnishings, hardware, plumbing, and elec- 
trical materials and supplies, builders’ materials 
and supplies, machinery, tools, and all other goods, 
wares, and merchandise : 


■p 


(h.) 'I'o acciuirc and take over tin* rinlits, prop 
erty, contracts, hnsinc'ss, and iindtM'takinKi ii> 
Hritisli C'tdiiinlda or idscwlicrc, and to assume and 
cliscliarKc the lialiilitics of any ix'rson, whotlicr a 
incinher of tliis Company or not, firm, or corpora- 
tion now or hereafter carrying on any business 
which tliis (knniiany is authorized to carry on, or 
liaviiiK ol)jects altoKctlier or in jiart similar to those 
of this Company, or tlie accpiisitioii of wlii(di may 
he deemed, directly or indirectly, to benefit tliis 
Company, and to take over such business as a going 
concern, and to continue the operation thereof, and 
to t)ay for the same at such price as may be agreed 
upon, whicli price may be paid either in cash or 
in shares of tlie Company, as may he agreed upon, 
and to enter into, perform, and enforce such con- 
tract or contracts as may he necessary to carry 
the same into elTeet, and to acquire and hold or 
dispose of shares, stock, debentures, and securities 
of any such company : 

(c. ) To build, construct, lease, acquire, ow’ii, 
and oi)erate warehouses, factories, mills, and such 
buildings, premises, and facilities as may be 
re<iuisite for the purpose of the Company : 

(d.) To purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire, 
hold, mortgage, dispose of, and deal in real estate, 
or any right to or interest in the same, and to 
manage, improve, sell, or otherwise turn to account 
the same : 

(e.) To lend and advance moneys, goods, or 
supplies to persons, firms, or corporations and on 
such terms as may seem expedient, and in par- 
ticular to customers, persons, firms, or corpora- 
tions having dealings with the Company : 

(/. ) To apply for, purchase, or otherwise acquire 
patents, licences, concessions, copyrights, trade- 
marks, and the like, or any interest therein, and 
to use, exercise, develop, or otherwise turn to 
account the same : 

(ff.) To enter into partnership or into any 
arrangement for sharing profits, union of interest, 
joint adventures, reciprocal concessions, or co- 
operation with any person or company carrying 
on or engaged in, or about to carry on or engage 
in, any business or transaction which the Company 
is authorized to carry on or engage in, or any 
business or transaction capable of being conducted 
so as, directly or indirectly, to benefit this Com- 
pany ; and to take or otherwise acquire and hold 
shares or stock in, or securities of, and to subsidize 
or otherwise assist any such company, and to sell, 
hold, reissue, with or without guarantee, or other- 
wise deal with such shares, stock, or securities : 

(h.) To carry on any other business which may 
seem to the Company capable of being conveniently 
carried on in connection with any business which 
the Company is authorized to carry on : 

(i.) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company : 

(;. ) To procure the Company to be registered 
or recognized in any of the Provinces of Canada 
and in any of the United States of America, or in 
any other country or place : 

(/i’. ) To sell, exchange, lease, dispose of, turn 
to account, or otherwise deal with the undertaking 
or all or any part of the property and rights of 
the Company, with power to accept as a con- 
sideration any shares, stocks, and obligations of 
any other company ; 

(1.) To borrow, raise, or secure the payment of 
money on any terms or conditions, and for these 
or other purposes to mortgage or charge the under- 
taking and all or any part of the property, assets, 
and rights of the Company, present or after 
acquired, including uncalled capital : 

(m.) To invest or deal with such moneys of 
the Company as may not be immediately required, 
and to do so in any manner whatsoever : 

(n.) To distribute any or all of the property of 
the Company among the members in specie : 

(o. ) To pay out of the funds of the Company 
all expenses of and incidental to the formation, 
registration, and advertising of the Company, and 
to remunerate, either by payment in cash or by 
the issue of fully paid-up shares in the capital stock 
of the Company any person or company for services 
rendered or to be rendered in placing or assisting 


to I)hicc, or gimniiilcciiig tlie i)hicitig of, any of tlie 
shares of the Company’s capital or any debentures 
or other securities of tli<‘ Company, (ir in or about 
the formation or promotion of tin' Company or the 
eoiidnet of its Imsincss : 

(j/.) 'I’o iiromote companies for the jnirposc of 
aeipiiring all or any of the iiropci'ly, rights, and 
liabilities of this ('(jinpany, or for any othiu 
purjiose calculated, dir(‘ctlj' or indirectly, to benelit 
this Coiiiiiany : 

((/.) 'I'o <iraw, make, a<'cej)t, endorse, discount, 
execute, aiul issue promissory iioti’H, bills, bills 
of (‘Xchange, warrants, debentures, and other 
negotiable or transfc'rable instruments: 

(r. ) 'I'o create and issue any jiart of the capital 
as preference shares, giving the same such prefer- 
ence and priority in rc'spect to dividends and other- 
wise over ordinary shares as may be declared by 
resolution to be passed at a general meeting 
spi'cially called fur that purpose: 

(s.) 'I'o increase the capital of the Company 
from time to time by the issue of new ordinary 
shares or new preference shares, or both, and, in 
the case of preference shares, giving the same such 
preference and priority in respect to dividends and 
otherwise over ordinary shares as may be declared 
by resolution authorizing the same, such resolution 
to be passed at a general meeting specially called 
for that purpose : 

(t.) Til reduce the capital of the Company by 
paying off cajiital or cancelling capital which has 
been lost or is unrepresented by available assets, 
or reducing the liability on the shares or otherwise 
as may seem expedient, and capital may be paid 
oir upon the footing that it may be called up again 
or otherwise : 

(«.) 'Po do all or any of the above things in any 
part of the world, and as principals, agents, con- 
tractors, trustees, or otherwise, and by or through 
trustees, agents, or otherwise, and either alone or 
in conjunction with others. fel 


CERTIFICATE OF lA’CORPORATIOX. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. f)70 (1910). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Silver Island Min- 
-I ing Company, Limited,” has this day been 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” as a 
Limited Company, with a capital of one hundred 
thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Vancouver, •Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
thirtieth day of January, one thousand nine hun- 
dred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The following are the objects for which the 
Company has. been incoiioorated ; — 

(a-.) To carry on in the Province of British Col- 
umbia and throughout the Dominion of Canada or 
in any part of the world any and every kind of 
metalliferous mining, placer-mining, coal-mining, 
lumbering, farming, and. shipping, and any business 
allied to the above or any of them : 

(b.) To obtain by purchase, lease, hire, discovery, 
location, or otherwise, and hold, within the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia or elsewhere, mines, min- 
eral claims, mineral leases, prospects, mining lands, 
placer claims, and mining rights of every descrip- 
tion, and to work, develop, operate, and turn the 
same to account, and to sell or otherwise dispose 
of the same or any of them, or any interest therein : 

(c.) 'Po dig for, raise, crush, wash, smelt, assay, 
analyse, reduce, amalgamate, and otherwise treat 
gold, silver, copper, lead ores or deposits, and other 
mineials and metallic substance and compounds of 
all kinds, xvhether belonging to the Company or 
not, and to render the same merchantable, and to 
buy, sell, and deal in the same or any of them : 

(d.) To carry on the business of a mining, smelt- 
ing, milling, and refining company in all or any of 
its branches: 

(e. ) To acquire by purchase, lease, location, or 
otherwise coal-mines, coal lands, and coal prop- 


151:3 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


erties; t'O buy and sell coal, manufacture and sell 
coke and other by-products, and' bo deal generally 
in minerals and mineral products : 

if.) To acquire by purchase or otherwise ami to 
sell or lease oil and gas properties ; to construct and 
maintain pipe-lines ami storage facilities ; to drill 
oil and gas wells and develop, operate, lease, and 
sell the same; to furnish, sell, and supply both 
natural and: artificial gas ; to sell oil and engage in 
the business of refining the same ; and generallj’ to 
furnish, sell, supply, and dispose of the product of 
said wells and properties : 

(p. ) To carry on the business of general con- 
tractors ; to purchase and vend general merchandise 
of all kinds; to own and operate wholesale and 
retail stores; to build, acquire, possess, and operate 
factories, mills, machine-shops, machinery, and 
tools of all kinds, and to purchase, sell, and deal 
in machinery, tools, mining supplies, groceries, 
fruits, hay, grain, flour, and breadstnffs : 

{]>.) To buy or otherwise to acquire Avater, 
water rights, water-powers, or water privileges ; to 
own and operate waterworks systems for the sup- 
ply of water for domestic or other purposes ; to 
generate, accumulate, distribute, and supply by 
water-power or any other power electricity for 
heat, light, and power in connection with the Com- 
pany’s works and operations, and to dispose of elec- 
tricity for profit for public or private purposes, and 
generally to -own and operate waterworks, water- 
powers, and electric appliances : 

(/. ) To buy or otherwise acquire timber, timber 
lands, timber leases, or timber licences, and to sell 
or otherwise dispose of the same : 

(;. ) To carry on the business of lumbermen, 
timbermen, sawmillers, manufacturers, importers, 
and exporters of all classes of lumber, timber, and 
building materials, and of all materials made from 
wood or of which wood forms a component part : 

(/r.) To engage in the business of farmers, 
growers of grain, hay, vegetables, nursery and horti- 
cultural stock, or other farm- produce, and also as 
stock-raisers, importers of stock, and dealers in the 
same : 

(Z. ) To construct, improve, maintain, alter, work, 
operate, manage, cari-y out, or control roads, ways, 
water-powers, reservoirs, dams, aqueducts, canals, 
sluices, flumes, tramways (operated by steam, 
electricity, or other mechanical power), telegraph 
and telephone lines, electric-supply lines, bridges, 
wharves, steamships, sailing-ships, manufactures, 
warehouses, hydraulic works, electric works, houses, 
shops, stores, buildings, and ot^ier works and con- 
veniences which may seem calculated, directly or 
indirectly, to adivance this Company’s interests : 

(m.) To do all kinds of mining, manufacturing, 
and trading business; transporting goods and mer- 
chandise by land or water in any manner; to buy. 
sell, lease, and inii)rove lands ; to lay out townsites 
and develop andi sell the same; to acquire, use, sell, 
and grant licences under patent rights; and gener- 
ally to carry on any other business which may seem 
to this Company capabh; of being conveniently car- 
ried on in connection with any of the above, or 
calculate<l, directly or indirectly, to enhance the 
value of this Company's property or rights for the 
time being: 

(a.) 'I’o allot the shares of this Company credited 
as fully or partly paid up as the whole or part of 
the purch.ase i)rice for any property, goods, or chat- 
tels i)urclias('di by the Comimny, or for any other 
valuable consideration, as from time to time may 
be determined : 

(o.) 'I'o sell or disjiose of the undertaking, lands, 
proi)erty. estate, cliattels. and effects of this Com- 
pany or any pai’t tliereof for such consideration as 
this Company may think fit. either for cash or for 
shar(*s, d('bent ures, or securitii's of anj^ other Oom- 
l)any operating wholly or partly in the I'rovince of 
P.ritisli Columbia, and whether the objects of sucli 
company are altogether or in part similar to those 
of this Company: 

(/I.) 'J'o ])urcliase, take -on lease or in exchange, 
or otherwise acquire any real or iiersona) properly, 
including stock in any other company or comj)anies, 
or any rights or privileges which this Company may 
think necessary or convenient for the purposes of 
its business : 


(q.) To amalgamate avith any other company 
now or hereafter incorporated operating or to 
operate wholly or pai‘tl 5 - in the Province of British 
Columbia which this Company may deem useful to 
or calculated to increase its business, and to sub- 
scribe for, accept, and hold shares in any such com- 
pany : 

(r.) To borrow or raise or secure payment of 
money in such manner and form as this Company 
may think fit, and in particular by the issue of 
bonds, debentures, or debenture stock charged upon 
all or any of the Company’s property, present or 
future, or both, including uncalled capital : 

(s.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or 
otherwise deal Avith all or any part of the pi’operty 
and rights of this Company : 

(t.) To distribute any of the property of this 
Company among the members in specie : 

(u.) To cause this Company to be registered or 
licensed to do business and to carry out its objects 
in any ProA-ince of the Dominion of Canada or in 
any other country or place : 

(n.) To do all such other acts as are incidental 
or conducive to the attainment of the above objects 
or any of them, and to exercise generally all such 
powei-s as may from time to time be conferred 
on this Company by Act of Parliament, charter, 
licence, or other executive or legislative authority. 

fel 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 

No. OSG (1910). 

r HEREBY CERTIFY that ‘‘Thompson Hard- 
JL ware Company, Limited,” has this day been 
incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” as a 
Limited Company, Avith a cai)ital of twenty-live 
thousand dollars, divided into twenty-five thousand 
shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at 
Prince Rupert, I’rovince of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
sixth day of February, one thousand nine hundred 
and) twelve. 

[E.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

ltc(jistrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

The following are the objects for Avhich the 
Company has been incorporated-: — 

(«.) To acquire, take over, and carry on the 
business of dealers in hard)ware heretofore carried 
on by .lames H. Thomp.'ion and Alfred Thompson 
in the City of Pidnce Rupert, in the Province of 
British Columbia, under the name and style of 
‘‘The Thompson Hardware Company,” and the 
whole stock-in-trade, proiierly, and assets of the 
said .lames 11. Thompson and Alfred Thompson in 
the said business, subject to tlie obligations now 
existing (if any) in respect of the same, and to 
assume and pay all the obligations, liabilities, con- 
tracts, and engagements of the said James H. 
Thompson and Alfred Thomivson in connection Avith 
or in res]iect of the said business : 

(oa.) To invest and deal with the money of the 
Company not immediately required upon such 
securities and in such manner as from time to time 
may be determined : 

(h.) To carry on in the I’rovince of British Col- 
umbia and elsewhere tlie business of dealers in 
hardiware and hardware merchants in all its 
branches, and such other business as may be inci- 
dental thereto or as can be carried on conveniently 
in connection therewith: 

(c.) 'L'o acquire and undertake -the whole or any 
part of the business, property, or liabilities of any 
person or company carrying on any business wbich 
this? Company is authorized to carry on, or possessed 
of property suitable for the purpose of this Com- 
pany : 

(d.) To take or otherwise acquire and hold 
shares in. stock's or bonds of, any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to those 
of this Company, or carrying on any business cap- 
able of being conducted so as to, directly or indi- 
rectly, benefit this Company : 


(<’. ) 'I'o by pui'clmsi', Icarii', (>xcluui;;f, or 

olln’rwiso liHuls, It'iuMiiciilM, biiilcl'iiius, and liorcdila- 
iiu-nlH of any tonnro or dosoriidion, and any oslalo 
or iiilt'rt'fil thfi-fin, ami any ri^iilH over or con- 
ni'cti'd with land, and to nidi or olliorwise disiiose 
of, oxclianj;v, leaisi', rent, inortsasi'. or ot lienvir^i! 
iMifnnda'r laiulM, tcnemonls, buildings, and lioredila- 
mi'ivts of any tenure or deseriiilion, and any estate 
or interest therein, and any rij;bts over or conneeted 
with land : 

(/. ) To b»ell, ini|)rove, inanaKP. dcvolop, lease, 
inortBaKe, dispose of, turn to account, or otlii'rwine 
deal with all or any part of the Company’s property 
and assets ; 

(y.) 'J'o borrow money on seenrity of the whole 
or any part of [iroperty and assets belonRin.i' to the 
Coavpany, and to Rrant, execute, seal, and deliver 
inortKases, bonds, bills of sale, diebentnres, or other 
securities for the same: 

(/i. ) To increase the capital of the Company by 
the isyue of new shares of such amount as may by 
the Company be thouftht expedient, or to consolidwte 
and divide capital into shares of larger amounts 
than the amount hereby fixed, or to subdivide the 
said shares into shari's of smaller amounts than 
the amounts hereby fixed, or to reduce the capital 
to such an extent and in such manner as may be 
determined, and to issue debentures when deemed 
expedient : 

(i. ) To draw, malre, accept, endorse, discount, 
execute, and issue promissory notes, bills of ex- 
change. bills of lading, and debentures: 

(j.) To distribute among the members in specie 
any property of the Company, or any proceeds of 
sale or disposal of any property of the Company, 
and for such purpose to distinguish and separate 
capital from profits, but so that no distribution 
amiounting to a reduction of capital be made except 
with the sanction (if any) for the time being 
required by law : 

(A-.) To sell or dispose of the undertakings, lands, 
property, estate, chattels, and effects of the Com- 
pany or any part thereof for such consideration as 
the Company may think fit, and in particular for 
shares, debentures, or securities of any other com- 
pany having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company : 

(?. ) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to those 
of this Company : 

(»)!.) To do all or any of the above ‘things as 
principals, agents, trustees, or otherwise, and by or 
through trustees, agents, or otherwise, and either 
alone or in conjunction with others: 

(n.) To do all such things as are incidental or 
conducive to the attainment of the above objects or 
any of them. feS 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 1001 (1910). 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that ‘‘The Victoria 
Gardens, Limited,” has this day been incor- 
porated) under the “ Companies Act ” as a I>imitecl 
Company, with a capital' of fiftj" thousand' dollai’s, 
divided) into fifty thousand shares. 

The head office of the Company ig situate at the 
City of Victoria, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
thirteenth day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of J oint-stock Companies. 
The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated : — 

(a.) To acquire (whether for cash or capital 
stock of this 'Company or by debentures of this 
Companj\ or partly for cash and partly for capital 
stock of this Company, or partly by debentures of 
this Company, or both, or in any other lawful 
manner), improve, manage, work, develop, exercise 
all rights in respect of, lease, purchase, mortgage, 
hold, sell', dispose of, turn to account, or otherwise 
deal with property of all kinds, and in particular 
real estate, business concerns and undertakings, 


and (he goodwill of niiy business coiieeirig and 
uiidertakiiigs (whi'lher iueoriiora I ed or iiol), mort- 
gages, eharges, annuilieg, jialeiils, sloeks, sliares, 
ilicbeu I u I'es, S'eeiirilies of an.^' kind, and' pi ivih'ges 
over lands, and any inlereyl in real or personal 
projierly, and any charges against such jiroperly 
or against any pei-son or comimny : 

{h.) 'I'o develop anil turn to account any land 
acquired by the Coinpaiiy or in which it is inter- 
ested', and in imrticular by laying out and prepar- 
ing the same for building pnrpogcs, constructing, 
alti'i'ing, iiulling down, decorating, maintaining, 
fitting uji, and improving buildings and conveni- 
ences', and by iilanting, jiaving,, draining, farining, 
cultivating, letting on building base or building 
agreement, ami by advancing money to and enter- 
ing into contracts and arrangi'incntg of all kinds 
with builders, tenants, ami others: 

(r-.) 'I'o carrj' on business as capitalists and 

financierg, and ahso all kindls of guarantee and 

underwriting business, save and excejit the busi- 
ness of insurance underwriters; and also to act; 
in any of the business of this Company through or 
by means of brokers, agents, contractors, .sub- 

contractors, or others; 

(<}.) To give anji guarantee for (he payment of 
money or the iierformance of any obligation or 

undertakings': 

(c. ) 'J'o receive money on deiiosit and to allow 
interest on the same or otherwise, and to lend or 
advance mone.vs on .such terms and on such securi- 
ties as may seem expedient ; and to make, draw, 
accept,, endorse, issue, diiscount, and otherwifi'C deal 
with cheques, iiromissory notes, bills of exchange, 
letters of credit, and. other mercantile and nego- 
tiable instruments, and generally to carr.y on the 
business of a financial and safe-deposit company : 

(/.) To undertake and execute any trusts, and 
also to undertake the office of trustee, agent, factor, 
liquidator, receiver, assignee, treasurer, executors, 
administrators, attorney, delegate, proxy, and 
auditor, and to dlischarge the d.uties and functions 
incident thereto upon such terms and conditions as 
may be agreed : 

(g.) 'i'o negotiate loans and act as agents for 
the loan, payment, transmission, investment, and 
collection of interest, rent, and other moneys, and 
for the management and the realization of prop- 
erty, and' generally to transact all kinds of agency 
business : 

(/i. ) 'To cari'y on and egfablish anj' other busi- 
ness, whether mercantile, manufacturing, or other- 
wise. and! to import, export, trade, purchase, sell, 
manufacture, and d'eal in goods, wares, prod'ucts, 
and merchandise of every description : 

(i. ) To purchase, contract for, erect, contract 
for erection of, procure, build, rent, exchange, 
license, lease, sell, or otherwise dispose of all 
kindls of buildings, houses, warehouses, offices, 
factories, or any erectionsi, machinery, or works by 
which the profits or property of the Company may 
be improved or advantagedi, and whether situate on 
the Company’s property or otherwise : 

(;.) 'To apply for, slake, record, purchase, own, 
lease, or otherwise acquire timber licences, timber 
leases and limits, and timber lands, water leases, 
water rights) and waterwaj-s, and mines and min- 
erals, and to hold, work, operate, and develop or 
lease and self the same, and' to carry on any busi- 
ness or businesses, industry or industries, which 
ma5'' seem to the Company capable of being con- 
veniently carried on in connection with the above, 
or calculated, directly or indirectlj-,, to rend'er profit- 
able or turn to account or enhance the value of the 
Company’s properly, rights, or privileges for the 
time being : 

(A.) To form, promote, subsidize, and assist 
companies, syndicates, and partnerships of all 
kinds, whether for the purpose of acquiring all or 
any of the property and liabilities of this Com- 
pany or otherwdse: 

(/. ) To borro'w or raise or secure the payment 
of^ money in such manner as the Company may 
think fit, and in particular by the issue of deben- 
tuies, debenture stock, perpetual or otherwise, 
charged upon all or any of the Company’s prop- 
erty, both present and future, including its uncalled 
capital, and to redeem or pay off any such 
securities : 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


{m.) To enter into partnership or anj-' profit- 
sharing arrangement, union of interests., co-opera- 
tion. reciprocal concession, joint adventure, or 
otherwise with any person or company carrying on 
or engaged, in, or about to carry on or engage in, 
any business or transaction which this Company is 
authorized, to carry on or engage in, or of a like 
nature, or any business or transaction capable of 
being conducted so as to, directly or indirectly 
benefit this Company; and to take or otherwise 
acquire thie securities of any such person or the 
shares or securities of any such company, and to 
sell, hold, reissue, with or without guarantee, or 
otherwise deal with the same : 

(a.) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company : 

(o.) To sell, exchange, lease, mortgage, dispose 
of. turn to account, or otherwise from time to lime 
deal with all or anj- part of the undertaking, prop- 
erty, and rights of the Company for such, con- 
sideration as the Company may think fit, including, 
in a case of sale or exchange, shares partly or 
fully paid up. rights, property, or s(-curities of any 
other company having objects altogether or in part 
similar to those of this Company : 

(p.) To remunerate any person, firm, or com- 
pany (wiiether by cash payment or allotment to 
him or them of shares or securities of the Com- 
pany. credited as paid up in full or in part or 
otherwise) for services rendered or to be rendered 
in placing or assisting to place, or guaranteeing 
the placing of, the shares in the Company’s capital 
or any debentures or other securities of the Co.m- 
pany, or in or about the formation, registration, 
and advertising of the Company or the cond.uct of 
its business : 

(q.) To enter into any arrangement or agree- 
ment with any Governments or authorities or with 
any corporation, company, or individiual that may 
seem conducive to the Company’s interests or any 
of them, and to obtain from such Governments or 
authorities any rights, concessions, and privileges, 
and to carry out, exercise, and co.mply with such 
arrangements, agreements, rights, concessions, and 
privileges : 

(r. ) If thought fit, to obtain any Act of Parlia- 
ment for the purpose of enabling the Company to 
carry any of its objects into effect, or for the dis- 
solution of the Company and the incorporation of 
its members as a new company for any of the 
objects specified in this memorandum : 

is.) To distribute any of the property of the 
Company among the members in specie : 

(<.) To do all or any of the above things and 
all such other things as are incidental or conducive 
to the attainment of any or all of the above objects; 
and to procure the Company to be registered, 
recognized, or licen.sed. in any of the Provinces of 
the Dominion of Canada or any other part of the 
world, and as principals, agents, trustees, con- 
tractors, or otherwise, and either alone or in con- 
junction w'ith others, and by or through trustees, 
agents, or otherwise. fel5 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 991 (1910). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Mountain District 
J- Brick & Tile C’ompany, Tamited,” has this 
day been incorporated under the “Companies Act” 
as a Limited Company, with a capital of twenty-five 
thousand dollars, divided into twenty-five thousand 
shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at 
Nanaimo, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
I’ictoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
seventh day of February, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.s.l D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-stock Companies. 

The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporati'd : — 

(a.) To ac(|uire and take over from Wilson & 
Connor, of Nanaimoy all their right, title, and 


interest in 49 acres of land, more or less, situate 
and being the West Half of Section 12, Range 5, 
Mountain District, and to wmrk, exploit, and manu- 
facture the clay on said lands, and generally to 
carry on business as manufacturers of bricks, tiles, 
pipes, pottery, earthenwmre, china and terra-cotta 
and ceramic ware of all kinds ; also manufacturers 
of and dealers in artificial stone, whether for build- 
ing, paving, or other purposes, and of all classes 
of goods or wmres that may be w^holly or partly 
made from clay, earth, sand, or rock : 

(h.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and deal 
in, hold, sell, lease, mortgage, and hypothecate real 
and personal property of all kinds, and any rights 
over or connected with land : 

(c. ) To construct, maintain, alter, work, and 
operate on the property of the Company, or on 
the property controlled by the Company, any trails, 
roads, ways, ti'amways, bridges, reservoirs, flumes, 
race and other wmys, w'atercourses, aqueducts, 
wmlls, wharves, piers, brick- and tile-making plant, 
furnaces and kilns, saw'mills, shingle-mills, elec- 
trical works and appliances, w'arehouses, buildings, 
machinery, plant, stores, and other works and con- 
veniences which may seem conducive to any of the 
objects of the Company, and to sell and to dispose 
of the same ; and to contribute to, subsidize, or 
otherwise aid and take part in any such opera- 
tions, though constructed and maintained by any 
other company ; and buy, sell, manufacture, and 
deal in alll kinds of goods, stores, implements, 
provisions, chattels, and effects ; 

(d.) To carry on business as general merchants 
and a general commission business, including the 
supplying and selling of food, stores, and other 
necessaries for the Company’s employees and 
others, and the establishing, maintaining, and 
operating of hotels and boarding-houses : 

(e. ) To carry on business as general contractors 
for the carrying-out, construction, installation, and 
completion of works, erections, and contracts of all 
kinds : 

if.) To purchase, build, own, charter, use, hold, 
equip, maintain, and operate vessels, boats, and 
other crafts, and cany on business as carriers for 
hire : 

(g.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, lease, 
mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or other- 
wise deal with all or any part of the Company’s 
property -and assets, and to execute and deliver all 
deeds, mortgages, bonds, bills of sale, debentures, 
or other securities for the same : 

(h.) To lend, deposit, or advance money, securi- 
ties, or property to such parties and on such terms 
as may seem expedient, and in particular to cus- 
tomers of and persons having dealings with the 
Company, and to make, draw, accept, endorse, and 
discount promissory notes, bills of exchange, and 
other negotiable instruments ; 

(i.) To guarantee or become sureties for the 
performance of any contracts or obligations: 

(/. ) To enter, prosecute, compromise, ‘and settle 
all actions, suits, or other proceedings in any Court 
of law which may appear necessary or advantage- 
ous to the business or objects of the Company: 

(k.) To acquire from any Government, munici- 
pal body or corporation any lands, concessions, 
licences, leases, rights, and privileges necessary or 
desirable for the Company’s objects or any of 
them : 

(1.) To purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire 
any business similar in character to the objects 
herein stated, or which may seem to the Company 
capable of being conveniently carried on in con- 
nection with any of the above objects, and to 
aciiuire and undertake the whole or any part of 
the business, property, and liabilities of any person 
or company carrying on any business which this 
Company is authorized to carry on, or possessed 
of property suitable for the purposes of this 
Company : 

(?H.) To invest and deal with the money of 
the Company not immediately required upon such 
securities and in such a manner as from time to 
time may be determined : 

(n.) To distribute among the members in specie 
any part of the property or assets of the Company. 

fei5 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 


CKUTIKK'ATIO OK 1 N( 'OKl’OUA’riOX. 


“ CoMi>ANii;s Act.” 


No. (1!)1()). 

I lIKUKHY (’Kin'lKV tlial “ Xnnoosc Wiilor 
C’ompany, liimilcKl,” lias this day ln'cii iiicor- 
Iioratod uiidor Ilia '* ('oinpanios .\ct ” as a IJiiiilial 
Coinpany, with a capital of twenty-live thonnand 
dollai’s, divided into two hundred and fifty share.s. 

'I'he heail ollicp of the Comiiany is sitnate at the 
City of \'aneouver, Provinee of r.ritisli Cohinvhia. 

(J'iveu under iny hand and seal of ollice a.t 
Victoria, Province of Rritisli Coluinhia, this 
twenty-sixth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.s.l D. WHITESIDE, 

llcoistrar of ,foiiit-StocIc Com panics. 
The followinj? are the ohjecls for which the 
Coinpany has been incorporate<l : — 

(a.) To acquire water for municipal purposes, 
water-power and other purpo.ses, by records and 
licences of unrecorded water or by the inirchase, 
lease, barter, or exchange of water records, water 
licences, or water privileges within British 
Columbia : 

(b. ) To take, use, sell, lease, barter, or exchange 
water for municipal purposes and water-power and 
other purposes within British Columbia: 

(c.) To supply any one or more cities, munici- 
palities, or incorporated! or unincorporated localities 
within the Province of British, Columbia with water 
for domestic and other lawful purposes, and to carry 
on business of a waterworks company in all its 
branches : 

(d.) To acquire, operate, and carry on business 
of a power company, and to construct and operate 
works, and supply and utilize water under the 
“Water Act, 1009,” or any amendments thereof, 
or any other Act passed in substitution therefor 
or an extension thereof: 

(e. ) To distribute, sell, supply, or use water or 
water-power for mechanical, irrigation, domestic, or 
any other purposes for which water or other power 
may be supplied, sold, or used : 

(/.) To apply water or water-power for produc- 
ing any form of power, or for producing and gen- 
erating electricity for the purposes of light, heat, 
and power, or any other purposes to which elec- 
tricity may be applied: 

(p. ) To exercise all or any of the rights, powers, 
privileges, and priorities in and by the “ Water 
Act, 1900,” or any amendments thereof, created, 
granted, or conferred upon companies incorporated 
for power purposes, or for the construction or 
operation of waterworks or the supply and utiliza- 
tion of water: 

(h.) To sink wells and shafts, and to make, build, 
construct, lay down, and maintain reservoirs, pump- 
houses, and pumping-works, cisterns, culverts, filter- 
beds. main and other pipes and appliances, and to 
execute and do all other works and things necessary 
or convenient for obtaining, storing, selling, deliver- 
ing, measuring, and) distributing water or otherwise 
for the purposes of the Company : 

(j.) To render water and water-power available 
for use, application, and distribution by erecting 
dams, increasing the head of water in any existing 
body of water, or extending the area thereof, divert- 
ing the water of any pond, stream, or lake into any 
other channel or channels, laying or erecting any 
line of flume, pipe, or weir, and constructing any 
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel, building, 
or other erection or work which may be required 
in connection with the improvement and use of the 
said water or water-power, or by altering, renew- 
ing, extending, improving, repairing, or maintaining 
any such works or any part thereof : 

(;. ) To carry on the business of an electric light 
company in all its branches, andi in particular to 
construct, lay down, establish, fix, and carry out 
all necessary cables, wires, lines, accumulators, 
lamps, and works, and to generate, accumulate, 
distribute, and supply electricity, and to light build*- 
ings, streets, docks, and places, both public and 
private : 


(A-.) T(i coihstnicl. (qierale, aiwl maiiiliiiii elec- 
liiciil works, powcr-liouscs, giuii'ral ing plaiil, and 
.such Ollier apiiliiiMces and con vmiiences as are 
nece.ssary and pro|)er for general ing elecirieily or 
any other r‘orin of develo’jied jiower, and for Irans- 
milling llie sani(‘ lo be used liy tin* Coiniiany, or 
any |>ersons or corporal ions conlracling wilh llie 
('onipany therefor, as a molivi* jiower, or for all 
or any of the inirposes lo which (dectricily ()r 
eh'ctric ])ower deriveil from water may be apjilied, 
used, or awiniri'il : 

(/.) J'o purcluase, lake on lease or licence, ex- 
change, or ollierwi.se acipiin', sidl, deal with, use, 
and diisi>ose of any real or ix'rsonnl projicrly of 
any nalnre or de.scription, lands, limber bertlrs, 
leases, limits, and timber lands, mill projierly, 
water rights, water records, roads, fori'shore rights, 
wharves, diocks, jiiers, and any rights and jirivileges 
which the (’ompanj- may think necessary and con- 
venient for the purposes of its business : 

(in.) J'o establish, operate, and maintain stores, 
hotels, boarding-houses, trading-posts, and to carry 
on any gimeral mercantile busines.s : 

(a.) 'I'o inve.st, lend, and deal with the moneys 
of the (’ompany not immediately' required in such 
manner and niion such security as may from time 
to lime be <lelermined: 

(o. ) 'I'o undertake and carry into effect all such 
financial, trading, or other operations or businesses 
in connection wilh the objects of the Company as 
the Comjiany may think fit : 

(p.) 'J'o acquire and' carry on all or any part 
of the busine.«s or property and lo undertake any 
liabilitie.s of any person, firm, or association or 
company jiossessed of properly .suitable for the 
purposes of this Company, or carrying on any 
busine.ss which this Company is aulhiorized to carry 
on, or which can conveniently be carried) on in con- 
nection wilh, the same, or may seem to the Com- 
panj" calculatedl directly or indirectly, to benefit 
this Company ; and, as the consideration for the 
.same to pay cash or to issue any shares, stocks, 
or obligations of this Company : 

(q.) 'To enter into partnership or into any 
arrangement for sharing profits, union of interests, 
co-operation, joint adivenlure, reciprocal conces- 
sions. or otherwise with' any person or company 
carrying on or engaged in, or about to carry on 
or engage in, any business or transaction which 
this Company is authorized to carry on or engage 
in. or any business or transaction capable of being 
conducted so as. directly or indirectly, to benefit 
thiis Company; and to lend money to, guarantee 
the contracts of. or otherwise assist any such 
person or company,, and to take or otherwise 
acquire shareis and securities of any such company, 
and to sell, hold, reissue, with or without guar- 
antee. or otherwise deal with the same : 

(r.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company for such consideration as the Company 
may think fit, and in particular for shares, deben- 
tures. or securities of any other companj'- having 
objects altogether or in part similar to those of this 
Company ; I 

(.?.) 'i'o promote any company or companies for 
the purpose of acquiring all or any of the property 
and liabilities of this Company, or for any other 
purpose which may seem, directly or indirectly, 
calculated to benefit this Company: 

(f.) To obtain any Act of Parliament or to 
apply to the executive authority for any order for 
enabling the Company to carry any of its objects 
into effect, or for effecting any modification of the 
Company’s constitution, or for any other purpose 
which may seem expedient, and to oppose any pro- 
ceedings or applications which may seem calcu- 
lated. directly or indirectly, to prejudice the Com- 
pany’s interests: 

(«.) To enter into any arrangements with any 
Government or authority (supreme, municipal, 
local, or otherwise) that may seem conducive to 
the Company's objects or any of them, and to 
obtain from any such Government or authority any 
rights, privileges, bonus, or concessions which the 
Company may think it desirable to obtain, and to 
carry out, exercise, and comply with any such 
auangements, rights, privileges, and concessions: 

(v.) To borrow or raise money for any purpose 
of the Company, and for the purpose of securing 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


the same and interest, or for any olher purpose, 
to mortgage or charge the undertaking or all or 
any part of tlie property of the Company, present 
or after acquired, or it.s uncalled capital : 

(w.) To create, issue, make, draw, accept, 
endorse, and) negotiate perpetual or redeemable 
bonds, debentures, or debenture stock, promissory 
notes, bills of exchange, bills of lading, warrants, 
obligations, and all olher negotiable and' transfer- 
able instruments; 

(a;.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, and in 
such manner as the regulations of the Company 
from time to time provide, any shares in the Com- 
pany's capital : 

(//. ) To take or otherwise acquire and hold 
shares in any other company carrying on busines’s 
capable of being conducted so as, directly or 
indirectlj’, to benefit this Companj' : 

(s.) To d'istribute any of the property of the 
Company among its members in specie: 

(««.) To pay out of the funds of the Company 
all expenses of or incidental to the formation, 
registration, and advertising of the Company, and 
to remunerate any person or company for services 
rendered' or to be rendered in placing or assisting 
to place, or guaranteeing the placing of, any shares 
in the Company’s capital or any debentures or 
other securities of the Company, or in or about 
the formation or promotion of the Company or the 
conduct of its business : 

(hh.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, ex- 
change. lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, 
or otherwise deal with the undertaking or all or any 
part of the property and’ rights of the Company, 
with power to accept as consideration any shares, 
stocks, or obligations, of any other company : 

(cc. ) To do all such other things as are inci- 
dental or conducive to the attainment of the above 
objects or any of them : 

It is hereby declaredi that the intention is that 
the objects specified in each paragraph of this 
clause, except where otherwise explained in such 
paragraph, shall be in nowise restricted by refer- 
ence to or inference from the terms of any other 
paragraph or the name of the Companj-. fel 


CERTIFICATE OF IXCORFORATIOX. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Xo. DGO (1010). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Brookslde Milling 
1. Company, Limited,” ha'^ this day been incor- 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” as a Limited 
Company, with a capital of ten thousand dollai’s, 
divided into two hundred shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Vancouver, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office a.t 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of .lannary, one thousand' nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[r,..s.| D. WHITESIDE, 

lirgiatrar of Joint-fitoclc Cotn panics. 

The Ldlowing are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated : — 

(o.) To carry on business as timber mercliants, 
sawmill i)roprietors, and timber-growers, and to 
buy, sell, grow, prep.'irc for market, manipulate, 
import, export, and deal in timber and wood of all 
kinds, and to manufacture and' deal in articles of 
all kinds in the manufactui'e of which limber or 
wood is used, and to purchase and deal in timber 
limits or concessions : 

(f>.) I'o iiurchase, take on lease or licence, pre- 
empt. exchange, hire, or otherwise acquire any 
timl)er lands in fee or otherwise, and also timber 
limits by lease, licence, or otherwise, and rights 
to cut and remove timber, and any rights or privi- 
leges in connection therewith, and to develop and 
turn the same to account, and to sell or otherwise 
dispose of the same or any of them, or any interest 
therein : 

(c.) d'o acquire by purchase, lease, pre-emption, 
or in exchange or otherwise land and ;iny interests I 
therein, and to hold the same, and to pay for the I 
same in cash or shaiv's of the C<impany, and to 
survey, lay out townsites, and subdivide the same 
or any part thereof, and to clear, manage, farm. 


cultivate, dyke, reclaim, irrigate, plant, build on, 
or otherwise work, use, or improve the same, and 
sell, lease, exchange, or otherwise disipose of the 
same or any portion thei’eof, or any interest 
therein, when and as 'the Company may deem fit, 
and to deal in any products thereof : 

(d.) To construct, improve, maintain, develop, 
work, manage, carrj'i out, or control any imads, 
ways, tramways, branches or sidings, bridges, reser- 
voirs, watercourses, wharves, manufactories, ware- 
house.''^, electric works, shops, stores, and' other 
works and conveniences which may seem calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to advance the Company’s 
interests; and to contribute to, subsidize, or other- 
wise assist or take part in the construction, im- 
provement, maintenance, working, management, 
carrying-out, or control thereof : 

(e.) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in 
exchange, hire, or otherwise acquire, to sell, lease 
mortgage, pledge, hypothecate, and. otherwise deal 
in, any real and personal property and any rights 
or privileges which the Company may think neces- 
sary or convenient for the punioses of its business : 

(/.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise 
and to own, develop, and operate steam, electric, 
and' hydraulic plants for the purpose of genei’atlng 
heat, light, and' power for the uses of the Company 
in connection with any of its operations, and to 
dispose of any surplus thereof not required for such 
operations, and in connection therewith to enter 
into all and any contracts and agreements for the 
supply of heat, light, and power that the Company 
may deem proper : Provided, however, that all 
sales, transmission, or distribution of electric or 
other power beyond' the lands of the Company shall 
be subject to local and municipal regulations in 
that behalf : 

(g.) To purchase, acquire by record, take on 
lease or licence, exchange, or otherwise acquire, 
deal with, use, or dispose of water rights, water 
records, water-.powers, water privileges, and such 
other rights, privileges, and, franchises as the Com- 
pany may think fit, and to render water and water- 
power available for use, application, and distribu- 
tion by the construction, erection, maintenance, and 
operation of any work or works necessary therefor, 
and by diverting the waters of any stream, pond, or 
lake into any channel or channels : 

(/(.) To carry on in the Province of British 
Columbia or elsewhere the business of a power 
company or any business of the Company within 
the meaning of the “ Wlater Act, 1009,” of the 
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, and to 
acquire any necessary licences therefor; to pay all 
such fees and charges, and execute all such docu- 
ments, and d.o all such things that may be required 
therefor, and to take. have, and enjoy the full 
benefit of the said “ Water Act, 1900,’’ and of the 
“ Power Companies Relief Act, 1902 ” ; 

(i. ) To build, install, maintain, and' operate one 
or more systems of wiaterworks for the proper 
supply of water to the hokliors and 'purchasers of 
the property of the Companj" ami others, and in 
connection therewith aqueducts, filtration plants, 
pumping-stations, mains, ■connections, and other 
accessorie.s and adjuncts to such waterworks; to 
sell and dispose of said water, .and for such pur- 
poses to enter into any contracts that may be con- 
sidered advisable by the Company : 

(j.) lo iui)iort, export, trade, purchase, sell, 
manufactui’e. and deal in good.s, wares, produce, and 
merchandise of every description : 

(k.) To lend money to such persons and on 
such terms as may seem expedient, and in particular 
to customers and others having dealings with the 
Company, and to guarantee the performance of 
contracts by any such persons; 

(I.) To purchase, acquire, and take 'over the busi- 
ness or undertaking and the goodwill of any busi- 
ness of any 'other company or individual carrying 
on any business of a nature or character similar to 
any business which this Company is authorized to 
carry on. and. to pay for such business 'or under- 
taking either in cash or with fully paid-up and 
non-assessahle shares of this Company : 

(in.) To issue on commission, subscribe for, take, 
acquire, purchase, hold, sell, exchange, morlgage[ 
pledge, hypothecate, or otherwise deal in stocks', 
bonds, debentures, and shares 'of O'ther corporations’ 


ir,i7 


FKitKi AKV L>L>NI>, I TIIK lUMTISIl FOLUMIMA (lAZIOTTI'] 


or sliarrs and inl(’ii‘>ls in any oilier liiMincr^H, 
wlndlier incorporated -or not: 

(a.) 'I'o enter into pari nersliiji or into any 
arraiifii'inent for sliarinK luotits, union of interest, 
joint adivenlnre, reeiproeal eoneessioiiH, (x)-o|)era- 
tion, or otherwise with any other eonipany, person, 
or pi'ivions earryin.n on or to carry on any hnsiness 
or works or nnderlakiiiH: whieli lliis (joiniiany is 
anlliorized to carry on, or any hnsiness or transai’- 
tion capable of heiiiK condnetial, so as to, directly 
or indirectly, benelit this (’oniiiany, and to take, 
pnrehasi', or otherwisi- acapiire and hold deheiitiiri's, 
bonds, shares, or slock or securities of any such 
eoiniiany, and to subsidize or otherwise assist any 
such company, and to hny, sell, and' otherwise dc-al 
in all such shares and securities; 

(o,) 'I’o acipiire and undertake the whole or any 
part of the business, properly, and liabilities of any 
person or company carry inj? on any business which 
the Oompany is anthorizeii to carry on, or iiossessed 
of proiierty suitable for the purpose of this Com- 
pany : 

(p.) 'I'o construct, maintain, and alter any bnild- 
ings or works necessary or convenient for the pur- 
pose of the Company : 

(7.) 'i’o undertake and carry on the business of 
financial agents, insurance agents, estute af^ents, 
brokers, and dealers in all kinds of property, real 
and pei'sonal, on agency terms, and generally to 
carry on a general agency business; 

(r. ) 'i’o form, promote, subsidize, and assist 
companies, syndicates, and partnerships of all 
kinds : 

(.s.) 'i’o negotiate loans and to lend money: 

(f. ) 'Po act as agent, factor, and trustee for any 
corporation, company, or individual upon such 
terms as to agencj’’ and commission as may be 
agreed : 

(a.) 'i'o make advances in cash, goods, or other 
supplies to other persons, companies, or firms, and 
to fake and hold real estate and personal security 
for the same : 

(a.) 'i’o give any guarantee for the payment of 
money or the performance of any obligation or 
undertaking, including the guaranteeing of any 
investment made by the Company : 

(w.) 'i’o invest and deal with the moneys of 
the Oompany not immediately required in such 
manner as may from time to time be determined : 

(O’.) 'i’o draw, make, accept, endorse, discount, 
execute, and issue promissory notes, bills of ex- 
change, bills of lading, warrants, debentures, and 
other negotiable or transferable instruments ; 

(y.) 'i’o borrow or raise or secure the payment 
of money in such manner as the Company shall 
think fit, and in particular by the issue of deben- 
tures or debenture stock, perpetual or otherwise, 
charged upon all or any of the Company’s property, 
both present and future, including its uncalled 
capital, and to purchase, redeem, or pay off any 
such securities : 

(2;.) To promote anj’ company or companies for 
the purpose of acquiring all or any of the property 
and liabilities of this Company, or for any other 
purpose which may seem, directly or indirectly, 
calculated to benefit this Company : 

(aa.) To distribute any of the property fif the 
Company in specie among the members ; 

(66.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, ex- 
change, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, 
or otherwise deal with all or any part of the prop- 
erty and rights of the Company : 

(cc. ) To amalgamate with any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to 
those of this Company : 

(dd.) 'i’o carry on any other business (whether 
manufacturing or otherwise) which may seem to 
the Oompany capable of being conveniently carried 
on in connection with the above, or calculated, 
directly or indirectly, fo enhance the value of or 
render profitable any of the Company’s property or 
rights : 

(ee.) To pay out of the funds of the Company 
all expenses of and incidental to the formation, 
registration, and advertising of the Company and 
to remunerate any person or company for services 
rendered or to be renderedi in the placing or assist- 
ing to place, or the guaranteeing the placing of, any 


of lh(‘ sliarcs in the Company's capilal or any deben- 
Inirs or olln r sccurilies in Iho Company, or in or 
al)ont ihi‘ fornialion or prmnolioii o.f llie (Joniiiany 
or the coiidui’i of its l)nsint ss ; 

(//. ) 'I'o sell or dispos(> of the undorlaking of the 
('oinpany or any (lart thereof for sneli con.siderat ion 
ja' the Company may think til, and in particnlai' lor 
shares, debentures, or seeiiritii’s ol any olhei' com- 
pany liaxing ol)jecls altogether or in paid .similar 
I'O 1 hos(‘ (►f 1 his ( 'omiiany : 

(,</.'/.) 'i'o do all or any of tin* above things in any 
l)art of the world, and as pinncipals, agents, con- 
tractors', tiai'tees, or otherwise, and by or tlinnigh 
trustees, agents, or otherwise, and either alone or 
in conjunction with ‘Others: 

(///(.) 'To do all such other things as may seem 
to the Com|)any to be incidental or conducive to 
the attainment of the Jibove objects (jr any of them : 

(it.) 'i'o increase the capital stock of tin; Com- 
liany : 

(; 7 .) And it i.s hereby declared that each jttira- 
grtiph hereof, except (2), (««), (cc), tind (ti), 
shall be intei'iireled as ti seijarale jiower, and shall 
not be limited or restricted in tinywise by reference 
to or inference from the terms of any other pura- 
gra,i)h. fel 


CEUTIKICATK OF INCORl’OUA'i’lON. 
“ CoMi’ANii':s Act.” 


No. Ooi (iino). 


I IIFUKHV certify that “ I’rairie imml Com- 
Itany, i>imited,” hari this day been incori))or- 
|iiled under the “Com]>anies Act” as a Limited 
Comitany. with a capital of fifty thousand dollars, 
divid'od into five hundred shares. 

I 'i’he head office of the Company is situ, ate at 
No. G’ 5 f) Fort Street, in the City of V'ictoria, Prov- 
ince of Pritish Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
A’ictoria, I’rovince of Priti.sh Columbia, this 
twenty-fifth day 0‘f January, one thous‘and nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.s.] D. 'WIIFi’ESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock (Jompanies. 
The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated,; — 

(a.) 'i’o acquire by purchase, lease, exchange, or 
otherwise lands, 'tenements, buildings, and heredita- 
ments, of any tenure or dicscription, and any estate 
j or interest therein, and any rights over or connected 
I with land, and to sell or otherwi.se dispose of, ex- 
! change, lease, rent, mortgage, ‘or otherwise encumber 
lands, tenements, buiklings, and hereditaments of 
any tenure or description, and any estate or interest 
therein, and any rights over or connected with the 
laud : 


(6.) To puf'Chase and otherwise acqtiire and deal 
in. hold, sell, lease, mortgage, and hypothecate real 
and personal property of all kinds, and in particu- 
lar lands, buildings, hereditaments, timber lands 
■aud leases, timber claims, licenccts to cut timber, 
mines, mineral claims-, placer claiuLS, and mineral 
and mining interests generally, surface rights and 
rights-of-way, water records and' privileges, business 
concerns and undertakings, mortgages, charges, 
annuities, patents, licences, shares, stocks, deben- 
tures. securities, policies, book debts, claim.s, aud 
any interest in real or personal property, and any, 
claims against such property or agmnst any person 
or company : 

(c.) 'i’o acquire tracts of land with the object of 
subdividing the same into lots andi selling such lots 
and to subdivide into lots any tract of land when 
acquired and to sell such lots: 

((/.) 'To carry on business as general contractors 
for the carrying-out. construction, installation, and 
completion of works, erections, and contracts of 
all kinds : 


{e.) io carry on the business of a general mer- 
chant in all Its branches, and in particular to buy 
sell, manufacture, and deal in merchandise, goods’ 
cmnsu-mable articles, chattels, and effects of all 
kinds, both wholesale -and retail, and to transact 
j every kind of mercantile business, aud to transact 
! every kind of agency business, and to undertake and 
I execute any trusts and offices of trust: 


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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


(/.) To purchase, build, own, charter, use, hold, 
equip, maintain, andi operate steamships, smiling- 
vessels, and other vessels, boats, and crafts, and to 
carry on business as carriers of freight and passen- 
gers for hire, and to own and operate docks and 
wharves, and to carry on business as dockmasters 
and wharfingers : 

{g.) To self, improve, manage, develop, lease, 
mortgage, disipose of, turn to account, or otherwise 
deal with all or any part of the Company’s prop- 
erty and assets : 

(/i.) To borrow, raise, or secure the payment of 
money on security of the whole or any part of the 
property and assets belonging to the Company, and 
to grant, execute, seal, and deliver mortgages, bonds, 
bills of sale, debentures, or other securities for the 
same : 

(/. ) To create and issue at par or at a premium 
or discount debentures, mortgage debentures, deben- 
ture stock, and other securities, payable to bearer 
or otherwise, and either perpetual or redeemable 
or repayment with or 'without a bonus or premium, 
and either at a fixed date or by drawings, and col- 
laterallj' to secure any securities of the Company 
by means of bonds or trust deeds or otherwise, and 
in the case of uncalled capital to confer upon the 
encumbrancer such power’s of making and enforcing 
calls as the directors may think fit ; 

(;. ) To lend money on real or personal security, 
and generally to carry on business as financiers 
and investors, and to undertake and carry out all 
business transactions and operations (except the 
issuing of policies of insurance, either fire, life, or 
marine, as underwriter on the credit of the Com- 
pany) as an individual capitalist might lawfully 
undertake and carry out : 

(A-.) To lend and advance money to such parties 
and on such terms as may seem expedient, and in 
particular to customers of and persons having deal- 
ings with the Company ; and to make, draw, accept, 
endorse, and discount promissory notes, bills of ex- 
change, and other and all negotiable instruments : 

(A) To purchase, lease, construct, and hold or 
otherwise acquire foreshore and territorial water 
rights and privileges, real and personal property, 
patents, machinery, Avarehouses, wharves, and other 
build'ings and easements, and to sell, lease, or mort- 
gage 'the same or any part thereof : 

()/i.) To acquire concessions, licences, leases, 
rights, and privileges as may be found necessary 
or desirable for the attainment of the objects of 
the Company or any of them, and to exercise gener- 
ally all such powers as may from time to time be 
conferred on this Company by Act of Parliameni, 
charter, licence, or other executive or legislative 
authority : 

(n.) d’o purchase, lease, or otherwise acquire 
any business similar in character to the herein- 
stated objects, and to acquire and undertake the 
whole or any part of the business Avhich this Com- 
pany is authorized to cany on, or ])ossessed of 
property suitable for the purposes of this Com- 
pany : 

(o.) To enter into partnership or into any 
arrangement for sharing i)ralits, union of interest, 
reciprocal concessions, or co-oi)eration with any 
person or company carrying on or about to carry 
on or engage in any business or transaction which 
the Company is authorized to carry on, or engage 
in any business transaction capable of being con- 
diUCted so as to, directly or indirectly, benefit the 
Company; and to lake or otlierwise acquire shares 
or stock or securities in any company, and to sub- 
sidize or otlierwise assist any such company, and 
to sell, hold', and use. with or without guarantee, 
or otherwise deal with such shares or securities: 

(p.) To ac(|uire water and water-power bv 
records of unrecorded* water or by the luirchase of 
water records or water privileges, and to divert, 
take, and carry away water from any stream, river, 
and lake in British Columbia, and to render rvater 
and water-power available for use, application, and 
diistribution by means of aiul by the purchase or 
erection or carrying-out and the maintaining of any 
works, erections, undertakings, or improvements 
whatsoever; and to operate and to carry on the 
business of a power company, ami to construct and 
operate works and to supply and utilize water 
under the provisions of the Statutes in that behalf 


enacted from time to time, and to use water and 
water-power for prodneing any form of power, and 
for producing and generating electricity for the 
purpose of light, heat, and power, and to sell and 
supply light, heat, water, Avater-puwer, compressed 
air, electricity, and electidc power and any other 
forms of developed power to consumers for any 
purposes to or for which compressed air, elec- 
tricity, and electric power and any other forms of 
devcloiped power ’may be applied or required: 

(g.) To allot the shares of the Company credited 
as fully or partly paid up as the whole or part of 
the purchase price for any property, real or per- 
sonal, purchased by the Company, or for any valu- 
able consideration, as from time to time may be 
determined : 

(r.) To carry on any other business which may 
seem to the Company capable of being conveniently 
carried on in connection Avith the above, or calcu- 
latedi, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of 
or render profitable any of the Compan 5 -'’s property 
or rights, and to do all such other things as are 
incidental or conducive to the attainment of the 
above objects or any of them : 

(s.) To obtain any Act of Parliament or of 
Legislature to enable the Company to carry any of 
its objects into effect, or for dissolving the Com- 
pany and reincorporating its members as a new 
company for any of the objects specified in this 
memorandum, or for effecting any other modifica- 
tion in the constitution of the Company. fel 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 923 (1910). 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that “ The Stickney Fur- 
L uiture, Limited,” has this daj’ been incor- 
porated under the “ Companies Act ” as a Limited 
Company, Avith a capital of twenty thousand dollars, 
divided into one thousand shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
City of VancouA’er, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
eighth day of January, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve. 

LE.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The following are the objects for .which the 
Company has been incoiTiorated : — 

(rt.) To purchase, buy, take on lease, or other- 
wise acquire andi to sell, transfer, let on lease, and 
otherwise dispose of and generally to trade and deal 
in new and second-hand furniture, clothing, antiques, 
objects of art, pictures, books, copj-rlghts, vehicles, 
and merchandise of all sorts and description : 

{h.) To carry on business as pawnbrokers and 
money-lenders and as dealers in jewellery and 
precious stones, gold, silver, and plated articles, 
piTcious and base metals, and as commission agents 
and general merchants : 

(c.) To lend money and negotiate loans: 

(d. ) To diraw, accept, endorse, discount, buy, sell, 
and deal in bills of exchange, promissory notes, 
bonds and debentures, coupons, stock certificates, 
sliare certificates, and other negotiable instruments 
and securities: 

(c.) To acquire, improve, manage, Avork. develop, 
exercise all rights in respect of, lease, mortgage, 
sell, dispose of, turn to account, and. otherwise deal 
with property of all kinds, and in particular land, 
buildings, rooming and lo<lging houses, hotels, Avare- 
houscs, livery-stables, farms, leases, easements, 
rigihs-of-way. concessions, patents, business con- 
cerns and undertakings: 

(/.) To sell any of the goods or assets of the 
Company on credit, and to take and receive from 
the purchasei-s thereof hire-purchase agreements, 
lien notes, and other similar forms of securities; 

(g.) To carry on any other business of a similar 
nature, or any businestses whicli may, in the opinion 
of the directors, be conveniently carried on by this 
Company : 

(/i.) To purchase or otherwise acquire all or any 
part of the business, property, and liabilities of 
any companys society, partnership, or person formed 


FlOlUUJAUY 


mil) 


22ni», Til 10 HlilTIS 


for nil or any part of tlio inirposos wilhiii llw 
ol>ji'cl (4 of tills ('oinimny, ainli to conduct and carry 
on or Miinidatc and. wind up any sncli Imsincss: 

(i. ) To purchase, take on lease, or otherwise 
nciinire for the pnrpost's of the (loinpany any 
estates, lands, hnildiiiKS, easements, or other 
interi>st8 in real estate, and to sell, let on lease, 
or otherwisi' dispose of or ni'ont ritchta ovi'r any 
riMil property iKdonfilnf; to tlie Company: 

(>.) To purchase or otlierwise acquire, erect, 
maintain, reconstruct, and ailapt any hnildiiiKs, 
ottices, workshops', mills, jilaut, machinery, and 
other things found' necessary or convenient for the 
purposes of the C'omimny : 

(A-.) To apidy for andi take out, purchase, or 
otherwise acquire any patents, patent rights, or 
inventions, copyright or secret processes, which may 
be useful for the Comiiany’s objects, and to grant 
licences to use the same : 

(/.) To manufacture, buy, sell, and generally deal 
in any plant, machinery, tools, goods, or things of 
any description which, in the opinion of the Com- 
pany, may be conveniently dealt in by the Company 
in connection with any of its objects: 

(ra.) To let or lease or on hire the whole or any 
part of the real and personal property of the Com- 
pany on such terms as the Company shall deter- 
mine : 

(a.) To borrow or raise money by the issue of 
debentures, debenture stock (perpetual or termin- 
able), bonds, mortgages, or any other securities 
founded or based upon all or any of the property 
and rights of the Company, including its uncalled 
capital, or without any such security, and upon 
such terms as to priority or otherwise as the Com- 
pany shall think fit : 

(o. ) To receive money on deposit, with, or with- 
out allowance of interest thereon : 

(p. ) To adivance and lend money upon such 
security as may be thought proper, or without 
taking any security therefor : 

{q.} To establish agencies (and local boards) in 
Canada and elsewhere, and to regulate and dis- 
continue the same : 

(r.) To sell, dispose of, or transfer the business, 
property’, and undertaking of the Company or any 
part thereof for any consideration which the Com- 
pany’ may see fit to accept : 

(5h. ) To distribute in specie or otherwise, as 
may’ be resolved, any assets of the Company among 
its members, and particularly the shares, deben- 
tures, or otlier securities of any other company 
formed to take over the whole or any part of the 
assets or liabilities of this Company : 

(cc. ) To do all or any of the matters hereby 
authorized, either alone or in conjunction with, or 
as factors, trustees, or agents for, any other com- 
panies or persons, or by or through any factors, 
trustees, or agents: 

(dd.) Generally to do all such other things as 
may appear to be incidental or condiucive to the 
attainment of the above objects or any of them. 

(And it is hereby declared (e) that, in the inter- 
pretation of this clause, the meaning of any of the 
Company’s objects shall not be restricted by refer- 
ence to any other object, or by the juxtaposition of 
two or more objects, and that, in the event of any 
ambiguity, this clause shall be construed- in such 
a way’ as to widen, and not to restrict, the powers 
of the Company.) fel 


CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 962 (1910). 

r HEREBY CERTIFY that “ B.C. Stone & 
i Cement Prod.ucts Oo., Limited,” has this day 
been incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” as 
a Limited Company, with a capital of two hundred 
thousand dollars, divided into two cnousand shares. 

The head .office of the Company is situate at the 
City of Prince Rupert, Province of British Col- 
umbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of January, one thousand nine 
hund,red and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Begittrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 


I COLn.MIJiA (3AZI0TTI0. 


The following arc ibe objccls' for wliich tlie 
(’umpaiiy has l)ccu iiicorporalisi : 

(a.) To cany on Ihc business of quarry innsicrs 
or owners aui!' stone tui'rehauls, ami to buy, sell, 
gel, work, shaiie, hew, carve, polisli, crush, and jirm 
pare for market or ime, stone of all kinds: 

(h.) To carry on the business of road and pave- 
ment manufacturers and' repaii'eiis, and manufac- 
turers and dealers in lime, cement, luoi'tar, coucrc'le, 
sand, crushed rock, and building materials of all 
kinds', and as luiibku's and contractors for the execu- 
tion of works and buildings of all kinds: 

(c.) To cari’y on the l)usiuess of mauu.faci urei's 
of tracks, tools, ])ii)es, i)ottery, earthenware, china 
and terra-cotta and ceramic ware of all kinds: 

(</. ) The const ruction or oi)eration.s of works as 
defined by section 2 of the “ Water Act, 1909,” or 
the supply or utilization of water under the “ W’ater 
.\ct, 1909,” and araending Act.si, or undiei' any other 
.\ct or .Acts : 

(c. ) To ai>ply for and obtain, iii pureuauce of 
the “ Water Act, 1909,” or any other Act or Acts, 
the right to purchase or otherwise ac(juire walci 
records or water licences: 

(/.) 'I'o suiqily water for domestic, municipal, 
industrial, ami jjower i)urposee, or any one or 
more of them, to persons, comijanies, incor.i)oraled 
municii)alilies, and unincorj)orated, localities: 

if).) 'Lo exercise, use, and enjoy all the i)owers 
set out in section 1156 of the “Water Act, 1909”: 

(/(.) To acquire by ))urchase, lease, or otherwise 
howsoever lands, leases, plants, machinery, and 
real and personal .])roj)erty of any and. every kind : 

(f.) To undertake and cai-ry int.o effect all such 
trading and- other o.perations or businesyes in con- 
nection with the objects of the Company as- the 
Company may think fit: 

{}.) To acquii'e and carry on all or any ])art of 
the business or property and to undertake any 
liabilities of any person, firm, or association or 
company possessed of property suitable for the i)ur- 
poses of this Company, or carrying on any business 
which this Company is authorized to carry on, or 
which may be conveniently carried on in connection 
with the same, or may seem to the Company calcu- 
lated., directly or indirectly, to benefit the Corn- 
pan}’-; and as the consideration for the same to pay 
cash or to issue shares, stocks, or obligations of this 
Company : 

(A’.) To enter into partnership or into any 
arrangement for sharing profits, union of interests, 
co-operation, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions, 
or otherwise with any person or company carrying 
on or engaged in, or about to carry on or engage 
in, any business or transaction which this Company 
is authorized to carry on or engage in, or any busi- 
ness or transaction capable of being conducted so 
as, directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company : 

(1.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of the 
Company or any part thereof for such consideration 
as the Company may think fit, and in particular 
for shares, debentures, or securities of any other 
company having objects altogether or in part similar 
to those of this Company : 

(m.) To promote any company or companies for 
the -purpose of acquiring all or any of the property, 
assets, and liabilities of this Company, or for any 
other purpose which may seem, directly or indi- 
rectly, calculated to benefit this Company : 

(n.) To borrow or raise money for any purpose 
of the Company, and for the purpose of securing 
same and interest, or for any other purpose, to 
mortgage or charge the undertaking or all or any 
part of the property .of the Company, present or 
after acquired, or its uncalled capital ; and to 
create, issue, make, draw, accept, and negotiate 
perpetual or redeemable debentures or debenture 
stock, promissory notes, bills of exchange, bills of 
lading, warrants, -obligations, and* other negotiable 
and transferable instruments : 

(o.) To take or otherwise acquire and hold 
shaies in any other company having objects 
altogether or in part similar to those of this Com- 
pany : 

(p.) To distribute any of the property of the 
Company am'ong its mGmbGrs in specie : 

(q.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, and 
othei-wise d.eal' with the undertaking or all or any 
part of the property and rights of the Company, 


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THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


with power to accept as the coosicleration any 
shares, stock, 'or obligations of any other Com- 

(r.) To remunerate by the issue of paid-up 
shares or otherwise any iierson or company for 
services rencleredi in placing or assisting to place, 
or guaranteeing the placing of, any of the shares 
in the Company’s capital or any debentures or other 
securities of the Company, or in or about the forma- 
tion or promotion of the Company or the conduct 
of its business: 

(s.) To do all such other things as are inci- 
dental or conducive to the exercise of the above 
powers or any of them. fel 


CERTIFICATE OF IXCORPORATIOX. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 959 (1910). 

1 HEREBY CERTIFY that “Pacific Coast Oil 
and Fertilizer Company, Eimited,” has this 
day been incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” 
as a Limited Company, with a capital of two hun- 
dred thousand' dollare, divided into two hundred 
thousand shares. 

The head office of 'the Company is situate at the 
City of Vancouver, Province of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of oHice at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
twenty-sixth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 
The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated : — 

(«.) To carry on the business of buying, catch- 
ing, 'propagating, breeding, storing, freezing, pack- 
ing, canning, S'alting, smoking, curing, preserving, 
dealing in. and' selling, or consigning bo agents for 
sale, fish of every kind and description, including 
oysters, clams, lobsters, and all other forms and 
varieties of shell-fish, 'and of game and poultry : 

(6.) To make, buy, manufacture, refine, acquire, 
sell, and deal in all kinds of fish-oils, fish-guano, 
fish-glue, gelatine, and all products and by-products 
which may be made out of fish, fish offal 'and refuse, 
and otherwise dispose of the same : 

(c. ) To manufacture, erect, construct, produce, 
buy, acquire, maintain, selk and deal in or deal 
with all articles, apparatus, appurtenances, and 
appliances which may be useful, convenient, or 
profitable to manufacture, erect, construct, 'produce, 
buy, acquire, maintain, sell, or dc^al in or with or in 
furtherance of or in connection with the business 
hereinbefore .s[)ecified : 

{(I.) To manufacture, erect, construct, maintain, 
operate, buy, acquire, mortgage, sell, and dispose 
of steamers, sailing-vessels, trawlere, fishing-boats, 
and other craft for 'the purpose of catching and 
t ran s-por ting all kinds of fish, and selling and barter- 
ing the same: 

(c.) 'I'o purchase, use, construct, manufacture, 
hold, and sell nets, lines, seines, and other imple- 
ments, apj)linnces, and instruments for catching, 
taking, and i)reserving fish in anyi part of Canada 
and in the waters adjacent thereto: 

if.) 'I’o erect, construct, maintain, alter, btiy, 
acquire, mortgage, and dispose of buildings, piers, 
wharves, canueries, tramways, and machinery of 
every description in pursuance or furtherance of 
or in connection with the btisiness hereinbefore 
specified : 

(r/. ) 'I’o buy, lease, hire, acquire, become pos- 
sessed of or entitled to, and to sell, mortgage, lease, 
let. or otlierwise disi)0se of, real estate, foreshore 
with territorial water rights for fishing, foreshore 
rights, trawling rights, and fishing rights aiul privi- 
leges. real and i)ers'onal property, and patents or 
patent rights or the right to exclusive or qualified 
iKse of any machinery, appliance, process, receipt, 
or inethodi of any description, whether patented or 
ju'O'tected from general use by any authority or 
Iiower whatsoever, machinery, warehouses, wharves, 
fishing-stations, and other buildings and easements 
in any part of Canada or in any part of the world 
which it may be nece.ssary, profitable, useful, or 
convenient to so buy, lease, hire, acquire, or other- 


wise become possessed of or entitled 'to in pursu- 
ance or furtherance of or in connection 'With the 
business hereinbefore specified : 

(/(.) To acquire from the Dominion Government 
or the Government of any Province any conces- 
sions, licences, leases, rights, and privileges as may 
be found necessary or advisable for the attainment 
of the objects of the Oompany or any of them, and 
to exercise generally all such powers as may from 
time to time be conferred on the Company by Act 
of Parliament, charter, licence, or other executive 
or legislative authority : 

(i. ) 'To construct or equip cold-storage plants, 
and to carry on the business of cold-storage, and 
to harvest, buy, sell, and manufacture ice, whole- 
sale and retail ; to deal generally in ice, 'both 
natural and artificial, and to utilize ice and other 
material for the purpose 'of cold-storage : 

(;. ) 'To acquire, operate, and' carry on the busi- 
ness of a power company' in pursuance of the pro- 
visions of the “Water Act, 1909,” and to apply 
for, acquire, purchase, and deposit water records 
for domestic, mechanical, or industrial purposes and 
for any purposes of the Company : 

(/c. ) 'To do all kinds of commercial business, 
except banking and' insurance, and to conduct the 
business of general merchants, both wholesale and 
retail, and on commission, and' to act as brokers in 
the buying and selling of commodities, and 'to carry 
on the business of real-estate, insurance, and trans- 
fer agents, warehousemen, and common carriers by 
land and water ; and generally to carry on any 
other business whatsoever which the Company may 
desire or may consider capable 'of being conveniently 
or advantageously carried on in connection with 
the powers herein contained ; and' in connection 
with the business of the Company to establish 
branch factories, stores, agencies, depots, and other 
markets for the purchase and sale 'of any articles 
dealt in by the Company : 

(1.) 'To purchase or otherwise acquire and under- 
take all or any 'part of the business, property, or 
goodwill and liabilities of any company, corporation, 
society, partnership, or persons carrying on or 
about to carry 'on any business which this Com- 
pany is authorized to carry on, or which is in any 
respect similar to the objects of this Company, or 
which is capable of being conducted so as to, 
directly or indirectly, benefit this Company, or 
possessed' 'of property deemed suitable for the pur- 
poses of this Company ; and to enter into partner- 
ship or into any arrangement with respect to the 
s’haring of profits under any interest or amalgama- 
tion or reciprocal concession or co-'operation, either 
in whole or in part, with any such company, cor- 
poration, society, partnership, or persons : 

()«.) 'To disix)se of by sale, lease, under-lease, 
exchange, surrendier, mortgage, or otherwise, absol- 
utely, conditionally, or for anj’ limited interests of 
or any part of the undertaking, property, rights, or 
privileges of the Company, as a going concern or 
otherwise, to any public body, company, society, or 
association, or to any person or persons, for such 
consideration as the Company maj’' think fit, and in 
particular for any stock, shares, debentures, securi- 
ties. or property of any other company : 

(?(.) 'To ■i)romote any company or companies for 
the puri)ose of acquiring all or any of the property 
and liabilities of this Company, and to form anj’ 
su'l)sidiary company in British Columbia or else- 
where necessary or convenient for carrying out any 
objects of the Company, or which may seeni, 
directly or indirectly, calculated to benefit this 
Company : 

(o.) 'To lend and invest the moneys of the Com- 
!)any not immediately required, and to make 
advances for the purposes of this Company upon 
slocks, shares, and other securities, and on i)roperty 
of all kinds, and in such manner as may from time 
to time be determined': 

(/).) 'I’o borrow or raise money 'for any purposes 
of the Company, and to secure the repayment of the 
same in such manner as the Company shall think 
fit. and in particular by the issue of debentures or 
debenture stock, perpetual or otherwise, charged 
upon all or any of the Company’s undertaking and 
property, both present and future, including its 
uncalled capital, and to redeem and pay off all such 
securities: 


FicmtuARY 22 ni) 


in2I 


1!)12.1 THE HK’ITISII rOLIIMHIA ('lAZETTE. 


((/.) To (Irnw, miiko, iicccpl. <‘iiilorsc, (liKcoiiiil, 
t‘.\t‘OUlt‘, Mild’ issue promissory notes, Itills ol ex- 
elmiiKe.' l)ills of linliiif:, warrants, i!el)eiiliires, ami 
Ollier iieKolialile or I raiisferalile iiisl riiimmts : 

(r.) 'I'o enter into any agreement with any (lov- 
ernment or aiitliorily (supreme, foreign. mnnieii»al, 
loeal, or ollierwise) that may seem eoiitliieive to 
the ('omimny’s olijeets or any of tliem, and to ohtain 
from any sneh (Jovernment or authority 1111 ^ lifihls, 
I)ri vile^tes, and eoncessions, and to aeipiiie liom 
any eonei'ssionaire any snhsidi(“s, ehartms, lights, 
privileges, or eonees>sions, wliieli tlie ( omiiaiii -ma.N 
tliink it desirahle to obtain, and ’to carry out, exer- 
cise, and comiily with or, if deemed advisable, diis- 
pose of any such arrangements, charters, rights, 
privileges, and concessions : 

(>s.) 'I'o apiily for any Acts of Parliament or 
Legiislatnre or any other (lowers or antliorities 
wliich the Company may consider desirable for 
carrying out i'ts objects, or to ojiiiose any (iroceed- 
ings or applications which to the Company may 
seem calculated, directly or indirectly, to interfere 
with or prejudice its intere!Jts: 

(f.) 'i'o take or otherwii^c acipiire and hold 
shares in any other comiiany having objects 
altogether or in part similar to those of this 
(Amiiiany, or carrying on any business capable of 
being comlncte<l so as, directly or indirectlj', to 
benefit this Company: 

(m. ) To distribute any of tlie jiroperty of the 
Company among its members in specie : 

(r.) 'i'o pay out of the funds of the Company 
all expenses of or incidental to the formation, regis- 
tration, and advertising of the Company, and to 
remunerate any person or company for services 
rendered or to be rendered in placing or assisting 
to place, or the guaranteeing the placing of, any of 
the shares in the Company’!? capital or any deben- 
tures or other securities of the Company, or in or 
about the formation of the Company or the conduct 
of its business : 

(ic.) To sell, manage, improve, develop, ex- 
change, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, 
or otherwise deal wdth the undertakings or all or 
any part of the property and rights of the Com- 
pany, with power to accept as the consideration 
any shares, stocks, or obligations of any other 
company : 

{x.) To acquire, register, and use any brands, 
patent rights, licences, and trade-marks, or the 
privileges of a like nature, and to grant licences 
thereunder, and to dispose of the same in whole or 
in part and at any time or times ; 

(y.) To procure the company to be registered or 
recognized in any of the Provinces of Canada, in 
any of the United States of America, or in any 
country or place for the objects specified in this 
memorandum or any of them ; and, if thought fit, 
to obtain any Act of the Provincial Uegislature or 
the Dominion Parliament dissolving the Company 
and reincorporatiug its members as a new com- 
pany for any of the objects specified in this memor- 
andum, or for effecting any modification or enlarge- 
ment of the Company’s constitution : 

(s;. ) To do all or any of the things above set out 
in any part of the globe either as principals, agents, 
contractors, trustees, or otherwise, and b^' or 
through trustees, agents, or otherwise, and either 
alone or in conjunction with others : 

(aa.) To do all such other things as the Com- 
pany may think are incidental or conducive to the 
attainment of the above objects: 

(hh.) To carry on any other business which is 
capable of being carried on by an individual and 
which lies within the jurisdiction of the Legislature 
of Mie Province of British Columbia. 

And it is hereby' declared that the word “ com- 
pany ” in this clause shall be deemed to include any 
partnership or other body of persons, whether incor- 
porated or not incorporated!, and whether domiciled 
in British Columbia or elsewhere ; and the intention 
is that the objects specified in each paragraph of 
this clause shall, except where otherwise expressed 
in such paragraph, be in nowise limited or restricted 
by reference to or inference from the terms of any' 
other paragraph or the name of the Company. 

fel 


CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. 

CKK'riFICA'rU DU I.NCDItl’DBA'I'lDX. 

" CO.MI’AMKH .VCT.’’ 


Xo. iXlC (IltIO). 

I IIUHUP.V Cl'lU'I’lUV dial “ Nifdiolson, Lim- 
il(>d,” has lliis day been incori)oral(*d under 
lli(‘ “ ('ompanies .Vcl ” as a Limiledi Company, with 
a capital of ten thousand dmllars, divideil into four 
hundred sliares. 

'I'he head ollice of the Compan.v is situate at the 
City of \'ancouver, Provinci* of Britisli ('ol’iimbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British ('olumbia, this 
I w(>nly^nintli day of .January, one thousand nine 
h'undredi and twelve. 

I 1 ..K.] D. WHITI'IRIDIO, 

I'cyinirar of Joint-Stock (Join yanics. 

The following are the .objects for which the 
Comii)any has been inconiorated : — 

(a.) 'I'o take over, continue, and carry on the 
bu.siness. pro|)erty. plant, stock-in-trade, goodwill, 
and assets of .1. C. Xicholson, now carrying on 
business under the firm-name of “ .T. C. Xicholson 
& Son ” : : : 

(h.) 'I'o carry on a general i)rinling business 
and such other l)usinesis as is generally carried on 
in connection therewith : 

(c. ) 'J’o carry on the bu.siness of printing, j()l>- 
printing, embossing, electrotyping, lithographing, 
photo-engraving, map-mounting, bookbinding, pub- 
lishing, newspaper-publi.shing, adivertising, advertise- 
ment-setting, advertising novelties, and advertise- 
ment-writing : 

{(I.) 'To bu.v, sell, and generally deal in printers’ 
supplie.s, .stationery, advertising novelties and all 
things relating to the printing busine.ss : 

(c.) 'I'o do all such other things as are inci- 
dental or condPeive to the attainment of the above 
objects. fel 

CERTIFICATE OF IXCORPORATIOX. 


“ Companies Act.’ 


No. 071 (1010). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “ Ashnola, Limited,” 
-L has this day been incorporated under the 
“Companies Act” as a Limited Company, with a 
capital of one hundred thousand dollars, divided 
Into one thousand shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
'City of I'ictoria, 1‘rovince of British Columbia. 

Given under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
thirtieth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[I..S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

.'Tlie following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated : — 

{a.) To purchase, either outright or on time, or 
to acquire by lease, or to take options on. and 
otherwise acquire and deal in, bold. sell, lease, 
mortgage, and hypothecate real and personal prop- 
erty of all kinds, and in particular lands, buildings, 
hereditaments, all and every kind of interest in 
real and personal property, and generally to carry 
on a general real-estate business: 

(b.) To work and develop the resources of the 
Company and to turn the same to account in such 
manner as the Company may think fit, and in 
particular, as to any land, by subdividing, laying- 
out. and preparing the same for subdivision or for 
building and reclaiming, clearing, draining, ditch- 
ing. irrigating, paving, fencing, planting, building, 
letting on lease, farming, grazing, and reforesting 
on any terms or system that may be considered 
advisable, and to aid, assist, encourage, and i)ro- 
ruote immigration, and the settlement and coloniza- 
tion of such lands, and for the purposes aforesaid 


THE BEITISH COLUMBIA GAZETTE. [February 22nd, 1912. 


(y.) To acquire and carry on all or any part of 
the businefjs or property and to undertake any lia- 
bilities of any persom, firm, or association or com- 
pany possessed of property suitable for the purposes 
of this Company, or carrying on any business which 
this Company is authorized to carry on, or which 
can conveniently be carried on in connection with 
the same, or may seenv to the Company calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company ; and 
as the consideration for the same to pay cash or to 
issue any s’hares’, stocks, or obligations of this Com- 
pany : 

(s'.) To enter into partnei-ship or into any 
arrangement for sharing profits, union of interests, 
co-operation, joint adventure, reciprocal conces- 
sions, or otherwise with any person or company 
carrying on or engaged in, or about to carry on or 
engage in, any business or transaction which this 
Compan 5 ’ is authorized to carry on or engage in, or 
any business or transaction capable of being con- 
ductedi so as, directly or indirectly, to benefit this 
Company ; and to lend money to, guarantee the 
contracts of, issue surety bonds', or otherwise assist 
any such person or company, and to take or other- 
wise acquire shares and securities of any such 
company, and to sell, hold, reissue, with or without 
guarantee, or otherwise deal with the same : 

(art.) To sell or dispose of the undertaking of 
the Company for such consideration as the Com- 
pany may think fit, and in particular for shares, 
debentures, or securities of any other company 
having objects altogether or in part similar to those 
of this Company : 

(hb.) To promote any company or companies for 
the purpose of acquiring all or any of the property 
and liabilities of this Company, or for any other 
purpose Avhich may seem, directly or indirectly, 
calculated to benefit this Companj"': 

(cc. ) To obtain any Act of Parliament or to 
apply to the executive authority for any order for 
enabling the Company to carry any of its objects 
into effect, or for effecting any modification of the 
Company’s constitution, or for any other purpose 
which may seem expedient, and to oppose any pro- 
ceedings or applications which may seem calculated, 
directly or indirectly, to prejudice the Company’s 
interests : 

{del. To enter into any arrangements with any 
Government or authority (supreme, municipal, 
local, or otherwise) that may seem conducive to 
the Companys’ objects or any of them, and to 
obtain from any such Government or authority any 
right.s, privileges, bonus, or concessions which the 
Company may think it desirable to obtain, and to 
carry out, exercise, and comply with any such 
arrangements, rights, privileges’, and concessions : 

(ee.) To borrow or raise money for any purpose 
of the Company, and for the purpose of securing 
the same and interefJt, or for any other purpose to 
mortgage or charge the undertaking or all or any 
part of the property of the Company, x>i’escnt or 
after acquired, or its uncalled capital ; 

(ff.) To create, issue, make, diraw, accept, en- 
dorse, and negotiate perpetual or redeemable bonds, 
debentures, or debenture stock, promissory notes, 
bills of exchange, l)ills of lading, warranti^, obliga- 
tions, and all other negotiable and. transferable 
instruments : 

{yy.) To purcliase or otherwise acquire, and in 
such manner ns the regulations of tlie Company 
from time to time provide, any shares in the Com- 
pany’s capital : 

(/i/i.) d'o take or otherwise acquire and liold 
shares in any other company carrying on l)usiness 
capable of being conducted' so a.s, directly or indi- 
rectly, to benefit this Company : 

(//.) To distribute any of the proi)ert 3 ' of the 
Company among its members in specie : 

(jj.) To pay out of the funds of the Company 
all exi)enses of or incidental to the formation, regis- 
tration, and advertising of the Company, and to 
remunerate any iierson or eninpau.y for services 
rendered or to be rendered in placing or assisting to 
place, or guaranteeing the placing of, any shares 
in the Company’s capital or anj- debentures or other 
securities of the Company, or in or ahuit the forma- 
tion or promotion of the Company or the conduct 
of its business : 


(7i7r.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, ex- 
change, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn, to account, 
or otherwise deal with the undertaking or all or 
any part of the property and rights of the Com- 
pany, with power to accept as the consideration 
any shares, stocks, or obligations of any other com- 
pany : 

{II.) To do all such other things as are inci- 
dental or conducive to the attainment of the above 
objects or anj' of them. feS 


CERTT'FICATE OF INCORPORATION. 


“ Companies Act.” 


No. 967 (1910). 

T HEREBY CERTIFY that “Canadian Liver- 
J_ pool Trust Company, Limited,” has this day 
been incorporated under the “ Companies Act ” as 
a Limited Company, with a capital of two hundli'ed 
and fiftj^ thousand' dollars, divided into twentj'-five 
hundred shares. 

The head office of the Company is situate at the 
Citj'' of Vancouver, Province of British Columbia. 

■Given under my hand and seal of ofiice at 
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 
tweutj'>-ninth day of January, one thousand nine 
hundred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Reyistrar of Joint-Stock Companies. 

The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated : — 

(rt. ) To carry on in the City of Vancouver or at 
any other place in the Province -of British Colum- 
bia or throughout the Dominion of Canada, or in 
any other part of the world., a general trust, loan, 
and financial business ; to accept, fulfil, and' execute 
all such trusts, duties, and. powers as may be com- 
mitted to the Company, by anj- person or persons, 
or by any corporation, municipal or other authority, 
or by any Court of law, on such terms as may be 
agreed upon : 

(b.) To carrj' on the business of financial agents, 
estate brokers, and dealers in property of all kinds, 
real and pergonal, on agency terms ; to act as 
agents for fire. life, burglar, accident, emploj-ers’ 
liability, and other insurance companies, and gen- 
erally to carrj'! on an agency and brokerage busi- 
ness in all its branches : 

(c. ) To carry on the business of a safe-deposit, 
loan, and investment company; to borrow or raise 
monej' by the issue or sale of bonds, mortgages, 
debentures, or debenture stock of the Company, 
whether perpetual or otherwise, and to applj' the 
money so raised as maj-' be deemed advisable : 

((7.) To subscribe for, issue on commission or 
otherwise, purchase, sell, take, and give transfers 
and assignments of and deal in agreements for sale, 
mortgages, mortgages of mortgages, bonds, obliga- 
tions. securities, and' other invegtmenls charged' on 
or olherwige in connection with land in the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia or any other Province, 
Territory, or placet 

(c. ) To act as executor, administrator, receiver, 
liquidator, or assignee of any property, real or per- 
sonal; to act as bailee of any and all kinds of 
personal property; to act as the guardian of the 
pei-sons and. estates of infants, and- as attorney on 
belialf of an.v person ; 

(/. ) To negotiate loans and to lend monej” out 
of its capital stock or otherwise, and whether as 
principal or agent, and on such securitj", real or 
personal, as it shall see fit ; to search titles to 
proper! ji and to make abstracts of same, and. to 
form, organize, promote, subs'idize, and asisist com- 
panies, .syndicates, and partnersliips of all kinds; 

{y.) To act as agents in the sale or purchase of 
real estate, personal property, and business under- 
takings of evei'y description, or of any interest or 
interests therein ; 

(7i.) To act as agent or attorney for provincial, 
extra-provincial, or foreign companies, and for 
owners of property, real or personal, in the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia or elsewhere; 

(i. ) To acquire by location, purchase, lease, or 
otherwise, in the Province of British Columbia and 
m any other Province, Territory, or place, real 


o>»lnt(', iiuix'ovt'il OP iiiiiinppovt'd. and iicrsonal prop- 
(M-t.v of ('Nppy luUiiPP and kind', and In sell, niorl- 
>raK(\ Icasp, or ol liri wisr di-jpot^i' of sainr: 

(>.) To act as KfiuM-al valuators for all classes 
of properly: lo act as lionse and estate aKfiits anil 
managers of Iniildin.!? estates, and to collect rents 
on sncli terms as may lie agreed' upon . 

(A-.) To acipiire, hold, or otherwise deal witli, 
either as principal or anent, anyi stocks, honds, 
dihentnres, shares, scrip, or securities of any 
(lovernment (Domiinion, I’i’ovincial, local, or other- 
wise), and any honils, (h'henlnre stocks, scrij), 
ohlisat ions, shares, stcs'k, or .secnritii’S of any com- 
pany estahlished for thi' iinrpose of any railway, 
tranuway, ;ras, water, dock, telcKraph, electric light- 
in>j, shipping, incoriiorated hank, or other nnder- 
takiiiff, and to act as trustee in respect of any of 
the above: 

(/. ) 'I'o receive money on deposit at interest or 
otherwise, and to make, draw, accept, cndor.se, 
issue, discount, or otherwise ileal with jiromissory 
noil’s, bills of exchanRe, lettei's of credit, circular 
notes, and other mcrcanlile instruments: 

(»«.) To offer for public snbscripiou any shares, 
.slock in the capital of, or debentures or debenture 
stock or other securities of, or otherwise to estab- 
lish or promote or concur in establishiu!' or pro- 
moting any company, association, und'ertaking, or 
public or private body : 

(a.) To guarantee the iiayments of dividends or 
interest on any stocks, shares, debentures, or other 
securities issued by, or any other contract or 
obligation of, any such company, association, under- 
taking, or public or private body: 

(o.) To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, 
hii’e, or otlierwise acquire any real or personal 
property which the Company may think desirable, 
and to sell, imiprove, manage, develop, lease, mort- 
gage, dispose of, turn to account, or otherwise deal 
with all or any part of the Company’s properly: 

(p.) To allot the shares of this Company credited 
as fully or partly paid up as the whole or part of 
the purchase price for any property, goods, or 
chattels purchased by the Company, or for any 
other valuable consideration, as from time to time 
may be determined : 

(q.) To sell or dispose of the assets, under- 
takings, lands, properly, estate, chattels, and effects 
of this Company oi' any part thereof for such con- 
sideration as this Conrpany may think fit, either 
for cash or shares, debentures, or securities of any 
other company operating wholly or partly in the 
I’rovinee of British Columbia, and whether the 
objects of such company are altogether or in part 
similar to those of this Company : 

(r. ) To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, 
or otherwise acquire any real or personal property, 
including stock in any other companj^ or companies, 
or any rights or privileges which this Company 
may think necessary or convenient for the pur- 
poses of its business : 

(s.) To amalgamate wdth any other company 
now or hereafter incorporated operating or to 
operate wholly or partly in the Province of British 
Columbia which this Company may deem useful to 
or calculated to increase its business, and to sub- 
scribe for, accept, and hold shares in any such 
company : 

(f. ) To borrow or raise or secure paj'ment of 
money in such manner and form as this Company 
inaj' think fit, whether by the promissorj’ note or 
notes, bills of exchange, or other securities of the 
Comipany, or by the issue of bonds, debentures, or 
debenture stock charged upon all or any of the 
Company’s property, present or future, or both, 
including uncalled capital : 

(m.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, 
lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account, or 
otherwise deal witb all or any part of the property 
and rights of this Company : 

(r. ) To distribute any of the propert 5 ’ of this 
Company among the members in specie or other- 
wise : 

(to.) To procure this Company to be registered, 
licensed, or recognized in any Province or Tei’ri- 
tory in the Dominion of Canada, or in any Prov- 
ince, country, or place : 


(./■.) 'I’ll euli'r inti) any agi’i’eimuit, cunt racl , or 
rugagemrul willi any persmi or iierHous, firm, l•l)r- 
liiira 1 inn, cDiiqiaiiy, or body carrying on a busi- 
ness in whole or iiarl similar lo that of Ibis ( 'om- 
pany for sbai ing pridils, joint ad'vcnl ure, |•l■ciprol•al 
concession, or other ari'angemeni of a like nature: 

(//.) To pay out of the funds of this Company 
the necessary and legal costs of incoi'poral ion anil 
organization: 

(c'.) 'I'o do all such other acts as are incidiental 
or conducive to the attainment of the above object.s 
or any of them, and lo exercise generally fill such 
innver.s as may from timi^ to lime be <’onferredi on 
this Company by Act of Parliament, charier, 
licence, or other executive or h’gislative authority. 

fisS 


CKUTIFICATE OF I XCORPOKATIOX. 


“ Companies Act.” 


Xo. 974 (irno). 

I HKKFP.Y CKUTIFY that “While Island 
1 .Sulphur Company, Limltwl,” has this day 
been incoi-porated uniler the “ Comjiiuiies Act” as 
a I.imited Conifiany. with a capital of one hundred 
thousand dollai’s, divided into one hundri’d thou- 
sand shares. 

'J'he hcjid ollice of the Company is situate at the 
City of Viincouver, Province of British Columbia. 

(liven under my hand and seal of office at 
Victoria, I’rovince of British Columbia, this 
thirty-first <lay of .lanuary, one thousand! nine hun- 
dred and twelve. 

[L.S.] D. WHITESIDE, 

Registrar of .Joint-Htock (Joiiipanirs. 

The following are the objects for which the 
Company has been incorporated.: — 

(1.) 'i'o acquire by purchase or otherwise the 
mining rights over a certain island known as 
While Island, and to pay for the same in cash or 
in shares, or partly in cash and partly in shares: 

(2.) 'To obtain by purchase, lease, hire, discovery, 
location, or otherwise, and hold, within the I’rovince 
of British Columbia or elsewhcwe, mines, mineral 
claims, mineral leases, prospects, mining lands, and 
mining rights of every description, andi to work, 
develop, o>perate, and' turn the same to account, and 
to sell and otherwise disi>ose of the same or any of 
them, or any interest therein : 

(.3.) To dig for, raise, crush, wash, smelt, assay, 
analyse, reduce, amalgamate, and otherwise treat 
sulphur, gold, silver, copper, lead, ores or dejioslts, 
and other minerals and metallic substances and com- 
pounds of all kinds, whether belonging to the Com- 
pany or not, and to render the same merchantable, 
and to buy, sell, and deal in the siame or any of 
them : 

(4.) 'lo carry on the business of mining, smelt- 
ing. milling, and refining company in all or any of 
its branches : 

(5.) To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, ex- 
change, or otherwise such timber lands or leases, 
timber claims', licences to cut timber, surface rights 
and rights-of-way?, water rights and privileges, 
mills, factories, furnaces for smelting and treating 
ores and refining metals, buildings, machinery, 
plant, or other real or pereonal property as may be 
neces.sary for or conducive to the proper carrying- 
out of any of the objects of the Company : 

(0.) To construct, maintain, alter, make, work, 
and operate on the property of the Company, or 
on property controlled by the Company, any canals, 
trails, roads, Avays. tramways, bridges, and reser- 
voirs, dams, flumes, race and other ways, Avater- 
courges. aqueducts, Avells, Avharveg, piers, furnaces, 
sawmills, crushing-Avorks. smelting-works, concen- 
trating-AA’orks, hydraulic vA'orks, electrical AA’orks and 
appliances. Avarehouges, builddngs, machinery, plant, 
stores, and other Avorks and conveniences Avhich may 
seem conducive to any of the objects of the Com- 
pany ; and, with the consent of the shareholders in 
gencial meeting, to contribute to, subsidiize, or other- 
wige aid or take part in any such operation, though 
constiucted and maintained by any other company 
or pei-song outsidie of the property of the Company ; 
and to buy, sell, manufacture, and deal in all kinds 


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of goods, stores, implements, provisions, chattels, 
ami effects required by the Company or its work- 
men or servants: 

(7.) To build, acquire, own, charter, navigate, 
and use s-team and other vessels for the purposes 
of the Company : 

(S. ) To lake, acquire, and hold as the considera- 
tion for ores, metals, or minerals sold or otherwise 
ddsposedi of, or for goods supplied or for work done 
by contract or otherwise, shares, debentures, bonds, 
or other securities of or in any ether company, 
and to sell or otherwise dispose of the same : 

(9.) To enter into any arrangement for sharing 
profits, union of interests, or co-operation with any 
other person or company carrying on or about to 
carry on any business or transaction which this 
Company is authorized to carry on : 

(10.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and 
undertake all or any of the assets, business, prop- 
erty, privileges, contracts, rights, obligations, and 
liabilities of any pereon or company carrying on 
•any part of the business which tnis Company is 
authorized to carry on, or possessed of property 
suitable for the purposes thereof : 

(11.) To borrow or raise money for the purposes 
of the Company, but so that the amount so borrowed 
shall not without the sanction of a general meeting 
of the Company exceed one-quarter of the amount 
of the paid-up capital for the time being, and for 
the purpos’e of securing such money and interest, 
or for any other purpose, to mortgage or charge 
the undertaking or all or any part of the properly 
of the Company, present or after acquired ; and to 
crc’ate, issue, make, draw, accept, and negotiate 
perpetual or redeemable debentures or debenture 
stock, promis'sory notes, bills of exchange, bills of 
lading, warrants, obligations, and other negotiable 
and transferable instruments : Provided, however, 
that the restrictions in this subsection contained as 
to borrowing without the sanction of a general 
meeting shall not be deemed to be imperative, and 
s>hall in nowise limit, control, or affect anj- power 
of borrowing vested in the Board of Directors of 
the Company or of the Company under the memor- 
andum, articles, or by-laws of the Company : 

(12.) To distribute any of the property of the 
Company among the membei’S in specie : 

(13.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, ex- 
change. lease, mortgage, diisiwse of, turn to account, 
or otherwise deal with the undertakiug or the whole 
or any part of the property and the rights of the 
Company, with power to accept as the considera- 
tion any shares, stocks, or obligations of any Com- 
pany : Provided, however, that in case of a sale 
for shares in a company other than a non-personal 
liability company, such shares shall be fully paid 
up : 

(14.) To acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise 
lands and heredita'inents of auj- tenure or descrip- 
tion in the I’rovince of Brltisli Columbia or else- 
where, and to sell, contract for the sale of, alienate, 
ca)nvey, mortgage, hyimthecate, lease, and otherwise 
deal in andi with sucli lauds in any way and' for 
any purpose the Company shall see fit, and to carry 
on the bus