Ross Bros. Notice: 0052.0161

NOTICE

            In the matter of the Act respecting certain works in and over certain navigable waters, being Chapter 22, R.S.C., 1886.

            Notice is hereby given that one month after date an application will be made to the Governor-in-Council by Hales Hingston Ross and Joseph Whitehead Ross, carrying on business at Elkmouth, in the province of British Columbia, under the firm name of Ross Bros. & Company, under the provisions of the above Act for permission to construct dams, booms and other improvements for logging and saw milling purposes in Kootenay River in South East Kootenay, British Columbia.

            The plans of the works proposed to be constructed and a description of the site thereof have been deposited with the Registrar of Land Titles at Nelson, B.C. and with the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, Ontario.

                                                                                                W. F. Gurd

                                                                        Solicitor for the Applicants

Dated at Cranbrook, B.C.

0052.0161: Ross Bros. Notice

Newspaper notice given one month after date of application Ross Bros. and Company will be entitled to build dams, booms and other improvements for logging and sawmill purposes on Kootenay River.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  January 24, 1907
Pages:  6
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0052)

Keywords:

act navigable waters notice dam boom logging sawmill constructed

Subjects:

People arrow Gurdarrow
People arrow Rossarrow
Cities arrow Elkmoutharrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Law Offices arrow Gurdarrow
Industry arrow Damsarrow
Physical Features arrow Rivers arrow Kootenay Riverarrow
Industry arrow Lumbering arrow Companies and Mills arrow Ross-Saskatoon Lumber Co.arrow

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