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[11 Novem-
ber, 1897.]

[24 Janu-
ary, 1898.]


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No. 680.

MINUTE OF NEWFOUNDLAND EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.


November 11th, 1897.    
        A timber limit of one hundred square miles of land situate on Labrador commencing at Kendryakah Point, Lake Melville, thence running in a southerly direction ten miles, thence in a westerly direction twenty-five miles and thence by the Shore of Goose Bay and Lake Melville to the point of commencement, to issue to F. C. Berteau, Esq. Also the right to use the waters of the stream of South Brook, Lake Melville, for milling purposes, together with sufficient land for a Mill site.





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MINUTE OF NEWFOUNDLAND EXECUIVE COUNCIL


January 24th, 1898.    
        The following applications for licenses to cut timber were approved subject to definition as to boundaries on rivers and lakes, viz.:—
        1.  Of William G. Hopgood, for land at Mokkibic Bay, Tessingakok River and Table Bay, Labrador
        2.  Of William G. Hopgood, for land at Deep Inlet, Camairktok, and on Fraser River and Lake, Labrador.
        3.  Of M. P. Gibbs for land situate on the Kenemichic and Kenamon Rivers, Hamilton Inlet, Labrador.
        4.  Of M. P. Gibbs for land situate between the Kenemichic and Kenamon Rivers, Labrador.


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