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Array PORT ESSINGTON LOYALIST.
Vol. I. No. 37
PORT ESSINGTON, B- C, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1009.
Subscription $3 Per Year
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THE MUSICAL CLAY'S    AEROGRAM NEWS ��� Princess May
There was not a vacant seat in
the Essington Hall on Thursday
evening when Professor Clay gave
bis musical carnival. The program
which lasted about two and a half
hours, was admirably rendered.
Percy Clay is a musical prodigy
and plays with amazing firmness,
accuracy and tone for one of his
years, which persons much older
than he would be pardoned for
envying. The piano and banjo
duet by the Professor and Mi"3.
Clay was appreciated very much.
We would do Reggie and Harold
an injustice were we not to mention them for they performed their
parts admirably for such little dots.
in fact the Musical members were
nicely intersperced and P is a
matter for congratulation to Pro.
and (Mrs. Clay, that all inputted
themselves so creditably.' Seldom
have music lovers an opportuity to
listen to such juvenile talent, and
those who' missed them certainly
missed a very   enjoyable  evening.
The Clay's are returning here on
September 6.
SOCKEYES NOT t)UE
There   must   be   some  mistake
about the report published by ybui
contempciirics this week that thi
cannery men are beginning to get
uneasy   because   the  sockeye   rur
lias not started yet," Said an oh
resident   of   Lulu   Island  to  tin
World this morning.    For twenty
years nnd more tliis gentleman h:.
been more or less concerned with
the balm on fishing industry* on tin
Fraser, and he  has  Watched  tip
coming and going of the fish closely
during all those years.     "I   would
not  be  surprised  if  they  do  nol
show until after the 20th of thi*
month,  and  I   could   name   yoi
many   a   year   where   they    hav<
been   as  late   as   the    18th, 20tl
and even the 26th of July befon
the real run commenced.    This hat
been a late season all round.    The
spring   was   late   ahd  the  spring
salmon was nearly a month latei
thari   last   year.     Any   time  the
spring salmon are,late in appearing, it is a good sign that the sockeye will be late too, and there ih
not the least reason for any feeling
of uneasiness as yet.    I am as sun
as I ever was  that this will  be a
good year,     Sockeys never appeal
in the gulf or in the river until tin
water reaches a Certain temperature
and it has not reached that point
yet."
Reports from Victoria staid that
there is not as yet any sign of sockeyes entering the straits. The
Vancouver Island traps are taking
very few figb.-Vancouver World.
News to Ship Direct by United Wireless
C. Francis, Opr.
Pittsburg ��� The Strike in the
Schoneville district ended today.
An agreement was reached between
the miners and operators. No
more trouble is expected.
San Francisco���Young Corbett
lias challenged Battling Nelson to
a 20 round fight. Nelson's bad
showing in his recent fight is said
to lie the cause of tlie challengi
Nelson has not  been  heard from
yot,
San Francisco���A. Ruef is planning another vigorous tight for hit?
freedom. Tin claims he is absolutely innocent of charge of graft.
Connelsville, Pa., July 17���Tin
Connelsville Coal situation is unchanged.' No settlement in sight
thus far between miners and oper-
tors.
Juneau, July li)���Judge Cush-
man left Seattle today for Juneau,
lie had been in Tacoma attending
the funeral of his brother, the late
Congressman Gush man.
Seattle, July 18 ��� The attendance at the fair Sunday was 74,851
nearly twice as large as previous-
week days. The Igorote village
has been removed from the grounds.
Filipins Student and Soldiers visiting the  villiago  made sttfenuoui
ibjeetion on the ground that ii
served to lower the moral standart
��f the islands.
LOCALETTES
BIRTH
Mr. and Mrs. Nakamura, a son
on Friday, July 9.
There
board.
are
130
passengers
on
LEON LING MAY BE HIDING
IN LONDON ENGLAND
Washington, July 18���Ahibassa-
fiid, at London, has cabled
te department that the
British government wished to know
whether any Request Would be
made for the extradition of Leon
Ling, should the Chinaman be
apprehended in England. It can-
hot be ascertained that this request
:" based ou any information
' ��� �� whereabouts of Leon.
as to
"Just before we left Seattle,''
���aid the humorous Landlubber, a?
lie placed a nickle in the slot of tin
automatic piano on the Iroquis, "J
heard of a slight mistake of which
this music box reminds me. A
young woman was troubled with ii
boil on her knee, which grew so
bad that she thought it necessary
to call a physician. She had
formed a dislike for the family
physician, so her father suggested
several others, and finally said he
would call in the physician With
the homoepathic case, who passed
the house every day. They kept
a sharp lookout for him, and when
he came along he was called in.
The young lady modestly showed
him the disabled member. Tlie
little mrtn looked at it and said:
"Why that's pretty bad." ''Well,"
she said "What shall I do?" "If I
were you," he answered, "1 would
send for a physician. I am a
piano tuner."
 ��-*-, ���-
The wireless came in useful to
the Provincial police this morning.
A telegram had been received from
Prince Rtipert that Peter Rankin,
for Whom a warrant was out for
forgery committed at Port Essington, had left the latter port for
Vancouver. The boat he had
sailed on was not mentioned, but
the fact that the. Princess May was
oh her way south was known and
communication with her by United
Wireless was established and it
was. ascertained that Rankin was
oil board. The boat was accordingly met and Rankin arrested.���
Vancouver World
Mr. Bedale is in town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. Loreng of Metla-
katla were in town this week.
Rev. Chas. Perry of Port Simpson is in Essington this week.
Tlie SS. "Princess Ena" was in
in port this week, loading salmon.
R. J. McDonell and his nephew
Clarence Rums left for Victoria on
the Princess Royal last week.
Rev. Win. Hogan of Port Simpson will preach in Anglican Church
on Sunday.
Mr. King, representing the Ames
Molden Co. of Vancouver was in
town this week.
T. Burnside, represnting Johnston Bros., Vancouver, was in town
this week..
A. W. Fowell, Superintendent of
Indian Affairs was in town this
week.
Two women of ""Society" were
lined by Chief Constable Vickers.
J. P. %20 and costs for spoiling the
complexion of another society lady
in Rupert on the 20th.
T. Whitwell, OHicer-in-charge of
the Lakelse Hatchery, and J. Bruce
Johnston were in Essington this
week. They left for the hatchery
on the Str, Hazelton.
Mrs. P. Wallace and the Misses
Jessie, Agnes, Ethel- and Margaret
'Wallace, Miss Simpson and Mrs.
\V. J. Jefferson of Claxton were in
Sssingfon on Thursday.
The Mysterous Raffles gave a
social dance at the Queen's Hotel
ior the young people last Monday
ov.ming. There were about lti
couples present and a very enjoyable time was spent,
Rev. J. H. Keen and wife, of
Metlakatla, Rev. R, W. Gurd and
Miss Gurd of Kitkatla, Bighop De-
DeVernet of Prince Rupert were in
ICssington this week to attend the
ledieation of the Anglican Church.
PORT ESSINGTON AGLICAN CHURCH���DESTROYED BY FIRE IN FEBRUARY
MISSION SHIP SUNK
A desastrous accident befell tlie
Methodist Mission Ship "tidal" in
in the Portland Channel on the
12th inst. The little craft Which
was propelled by a 40 horse power
engine left Port Essington on
the "itll on her mission to the cosmopolitan toilers at the salmon
canneries. After a few days work
along the Pacific coast she reached
Port Simpson safely and from
thence proceeded to the Naas River
and Portland Channel at which
latter place she was caught by a
strong tide and dashed against a
hugh rock, the force of contact
made a large hole in her bow and
in seven minub'S all that was to be
seen in the water where ihe had
stood was a circle bf foam en Used
by her disappearance to tho bottom
of the sea. Captain Oliver and a
Missionary were the only persons
on board at the time, tbey got
safely away in a row boat   which
NEW CLUE IN
SIQEL MURDER
New York, July 10���Two women
are under arrest today as the result
of renewed efforts by the police to
find the slayer of Elsie Sigel, the
American missionary whoso dead
body was found in a trunk in the
room of Leon Ling, a Chinese who
has never been seen since the
tragedy,
Sadie Brodie and Fanny Miller.
19 year old white girls, were
found hiding in Chinatown today
and arrested, They were taken
into custody at the direction of a
Chinese spy, who learned that they
were Jaquaintances of Young Yow
a Chinese laundrynian who was
found dead in one of his tubs a
few days ago. He had been strangled with a silken cord.
The police immediately suspected
that the murder was in some way
connected with the Sigel tragedy,
and have been running down ' of herring, which is used as halibut
clues in the hope of confirming j bait. In addition there is a large
their theory. When it was learned J fleet of from twenty to thirty small
Unit the Bropie and Miller girls schooners which spend the winter
had received presents from Yow j in the neighborhood of Petersburg.
they were sought for by officers. | Nearly all of them are owned here,
Nothing could be found of them; and they too depend on British
until today. 'Columbia for bait.    The new rule
When arrested the girls admitted will work a great hardship,
that Vow had aften given them American fishermen claim to
valuable presents, and said that have been persecuted by the Cana-
they had hidden themselves because dian authorities for many months,
they wanted to avoid notoriety in | Repeatedly they have been driver,
connection with the death of their I out to sea when they have sought
Chinese friend. j shelter   from   storms    in     British
Detectives are sweating the girls j waters.
in an effort to learn something that. I ^��_	
will clear the mystery which sur-
U. S. A. FISHERIES
AND BAIT QESTION
Seattle, July 19��� A protest,
now in preparation, is to be sent to
the sate department at Washington against the decision of the
Canadian government to refuse to-
permit American halibut fishing
vessels to purchase bait at British
Columbia port. This action, which
is taken as most unfriendly, is similar to that which caused a controversy on the Atlantic coast some
time ago. American fishing vessels
were prohibited from procuring
their bait in Newfoundland ports,
a privilege they had enjoyed for
years. The matter was finally
settled after prolonged negoeiaiions
between the Washing government
and Great Britain.
There   are    1">
schooners,   owned
steamers    and
in  Seattle and
operated from here, which depend
on Nanaimo, B. C. for their supply
round?
murder!
both   the   Sigel   and   Vow
CONSERVATIVES MEET
Kafnloops, July 18���One of the
largest   conventions  ever   held   in
! British Columbia will bo brought
to Kamloops early in November
when the Provincial Conservative
association   will   meet   in   annual
; sesion,
Methodist   Church, was built  by
him and launched only ia~t year
at New Westminister, since wben
she has plied between ports in tin-
New Westminstet district. Queen
Charlotte Islands and the Alaskan
coast, supplying the homes of lonely settlers, lighthouses, and on.-', A Meeljng wil, ,���, heid in the
strudtion and other camps with \\-AW\ Workers' Hall, Port Essing*
literature, and fulfilling her' Chfist- ton, on .Inly 21th at 7.On p.m.
ian mission in numerous different   Ail  the Chiefs and Tribes will be
there   to   meet   the    Land   Commissioner from Ottawa, Mr. Vow
NOTICE
ways, one of which being   the   re-
Waslaunched immediately after the jmoval of persons in need of rnedi- ,.j| o{ victoria and Chief Constable
collision.    FrienQs   ut  Methodism cal  assistance   to   places of refuge O'Conncll.
will be grieved to hear of thi- loss,  arid tn atrnent.    It is reported that Chikf WedildahlD
I'orl Essington.
which will be keenly felt.    She   is sh(    will   be
the gift of Captain Oliver to  thi 11    u future.
raised  again  in  th
Joseph Bleadle*
I'orl Sinilwon The Port Essington Loyalist
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NORTHERN INDIANS VOICE THEIR
CLAIMS
(Vancouver World]
Hazelton. July 15���Indian Commissioner Stewart of Ottawa, who
came here accompanied by Superintendent of Indian Affairs Vowell
of Victoria and Chief Constable
O'Connell of the Dominion force,
to inquire into the grievances of
the local Indians arising out of the
settlement by whites settlers of
crown land outside the Indian reserves, which the-Indians had been
using for themselves for generations, completed the hearing of the
trouble last night after a two days'
session. The proceedings were confined to a hearing of the Indians'
grievances and their demands for
redress. Each tribe was represented by a spokesman who presented
each tribe's troubles and demands
in turn, each spokesman practically
repeating what the first one set
forth. Basing their conditions on
the assumption that all the land
belonged to them by heredity and
that the whites had taken it without conquest or remuneration they
practically asked that the whole
country be surrendered to them.
This would involve the dispensing with the present system of
reserve, the establishment of their
ancient tribal laWs and customs for
the government of the territory and
the forfeiture of all rights, claims
and interests of the whites, etc.,
practically the establishing of the
conditions existing before the white
man came among them. While
the claims were made separately
for the surrender of each tribal
chief's "land of his fore-fathers,"
collectively it would involve the
entire country. In Support of their
'contentions that they have not
been justly dealt with in the land
question, they cited promises made
to them of large land concessions
involving hundreds of thousands
of acres lying along the main valley of the Skeena and Bulkley
rivers, by former commissioners,
who have been sent to them in connection with the affairs in early
days. They asked the commissioner for his decision in the matter
and on beiftg assured that nothing
could be done till he had submitted
his report to the government al
Ottawa, they wanted him to issue
an order forbidding any further
location of land by the whites un
til such time as their clains were
settled,
Some bf them, on being told this
was beyond the power of tin commissioner, grew somewhat hostile
and declared that they would have
to prevent further location if the
government would not. This sentiment waB disapproved! however, by
the cooler heads and the mattei
dropped. A few days Will be put
in visiting the villager! ol the
tribes along the Skeena and the
party will then return to Victoria
and Ottawa and submit their report for the government's action.
WOMAN! KNOW THYSELF
"Oh ! woman in thy hours of ease;
Uncertain, coy and hard to please!"
At the beginning of time, Twash-
tri, the vulcan of the Hindoo
mythology, created the world. But
when he wished to create a woman
he found that he had employed all
his materials in the creation of man.
There did not remain one solid
element. Then Twashtri, perplexed, fell into a profound meditation. He roused himself as
follows:
He took the roundness of the
moon, the undulation of the serpent, the entwining of climbing
plants, the trembling of the grass,
the slenderness of the rose-vine, the
velvet of the flower, the lightness
of the leaf, and the glance of the
fawn, the gaiety of the sun's rays
and tears of the mist, the inconstancy of the wind, and the timidity of the hare, the vanity of the
peacock, and the softness of the
down of the throat of a swollow,
the hardness of the diamond, the
sweet flavor of honey, the cruelty
of the tiger, the warmth of the fire,
the chill of the snow, the chatter of
the jay, and the cooing of the turtle-dove, He united all these and
formed a woman. Then he made
a present of her to a man.
Eight days later the man came
to Twashtri and said:
"My lord, the creature you gave
to me poisons my existence. She
chatters without rest, she takes all
my time, she laments for nothing
at all, and is always ill.'*
And Twashtri received the woman again,
But eight days later the man
came again to the god and said:
"My lord, my life is very solitary
since I returned this creature. I
remember how she danced before
me, singing. I recall how she
glanced at me from the corner of
her eye, she played with me, and
clung to me."
And Twashtri returned the woman to him.
Three days only passed and he
saw the man coming to him again.
''My lord, said he, I do not understand exactly hoWj but I am sure
the woman causes more annoyance
than pleasure. I beg of you to
relieve me of her."
Twashtri cried "Go your Way and
do your best."
The man cried "I Cannot live
with her.'*
"Neither can you live without
her," replied Twashtri,
And the man was sorrowful,
murmuring! " Woe is me ! I can
neither live with her nor without
her."
When you think of boots, think
if McArthur's Emporium,
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST STEAMERS
From Port Essington
FOR
Vancouver Victoria;
Seattle, Tacoma
HHSi-CLASS FARE    $18.00
SECOND CLASS FARE      10.00
Including Meals and Berth
EUROPEAN DECK CLASS -   $7.00
[Meals 25 cents]
McArthur's Emporium  has just
I'CCelved 500  pounds of Weyinan's
r
Jopenhagen snuff.
Secure information  as to sailing
and tickets from
A J. MATHESON. Agt, N. Side Dufferin
Opp. Jackson Building
George Hayes R# CUNNINGHAM & SON, Ltd.
Importer and Dealer in the
finest brands of
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
COAST   PAPERS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Pool Rooms & Barbershop
Attached.
IT IS A FACT WORTH
MENTIONING THAT
ALS QUICK LUNCH
TORT ESSINGTON, B. C.
SERVES
THE VERY BEST MEAL IN TOWN
ONLY PLACE EMPLOYING
ALL WHITE LABOR
WE MAKE COFFEE
..Boscowitz Steamship Co..
(limited)
Ss. VADSO
Ss. ST. DENIS
Weekly Sailings Between
Victoria,  Vancouver and
Northern B. C. Ports,
For particulars address
JOHN BARNSLEY & CO.,
Victoria, B. C.
EVANS,  COLEMAN  & EVANS,
Vancouver,   B.    C.
Launch "STRONGHEART"
Leaves Cunningham's Wharl every
day {or following Railroad Camps:
Keith's,   McDonald's,  Antonelli's,
Shady's,   Smith  Bros-,  Dan
Stewart's, Ang. Stewart's,
and McLeod's,
Tickets at
Essington Hotel   .*.  Noel & Ward
Hicks & Lovick Piano Co.,
(LIMITED)
1204   Douglas   Street,
VICTORIA, B, C.
Victor Talking Machines,
Pianoi and Organs.
W. 6. C0NN0N.
DEALER IN
Cigari, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks, &c.
POOL ROOMS ATTACHED.
Graphophones and Records
FOR SALE,
Cor. Hazleton and  Dufferih   Sts.,
Port Essingtoni
I H, HICKS BEACH
Notary Public
Real Estate and
insurance Agent
LANDS STAKED
FARMS FOR SALE
CALL  ON  OK  ADDRESS
i H. HICKS BEACH. Hszelton- B- C
Subscribe ior The Loyalist and
keep posted on affairs at home.
The paper is devoted to the interests of Essington and, vicinity, and
will be essentially a lritial paper.
GO TO
THE BIG STORE
FOR ANYTHING YOU WANT FROM
" A NEEDLE TO AN ANCHOR. "
Lately Arrived an Extensive Assortment of
EUROPEAN
GRANITWARE
Excellent Choice in Fancy Dry Goods and Hand Bags
R. CUNNINGHAM & SON, Ltd.
PORT ESSINGTON AND  HAZLETON, B. C.
WHISKEY OF ROYALTY
��
"King George IV"
Scotch  Wh'skey"
Guaranteed for
Age,   Quality   and   Purity
~ THE ��
..ROYAL BANK...
OP CANADA|,NCOR^ATEDloHpEFtcDB MONTREAL
CAPITAL, PAID UP $4,600,000
RESERVE fUND     $5,300,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
Cii/IKJ/iC   RAhlb'   fiFPAPtMFNT'  rjeptfeitsofii.tJOafid ujtwafdl receiTefl andinterttt
oAYIIwo  DAlilV ULiAH I mm I.  at thfe highest current rata. No delay n withdrawing
RAMWIlUr   RV   VIA II-   Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mall. Full particulars will
DANMIW   Dl    MAIL*   be gladly glVen by letter regarding all departments.
ONE HUNDRED BRANCHES and AGENCIES ^^,^^"^^^0^^ ttbla
D. D. MCLAWS, Manager Port Essington Branch
��� ii ii��iWi  ill inifiiii n
FOR SALE.
A complete get of DuBarry-r2Cl
volumes���new and uncut. For particulars apply at       This Office.
DR. QUINLAN,
The Pioneer Dentist,
A   AVKNtJli,
PRINCE RUPBRT,   B.   C.
Oestall River Sawmill
-EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
LUMBER FOR SALE,
JAMES A. BROWN. Proprietor.
��� SS. CHIEFTAIN..
daILy detwehIK
PRINCE RUPERT and PT. ESSINGTON
Suiitlays Included
Leaves from
Cunningham's Wharf
��� at 10:00 a . M,
Leaves Thursdays nt 7'30 a.m. and connects
Willi the Rupert City
SINGLE FARE .    .    ... $1.50
ROUND TRIP... i.i 2.50
Tickets on sale at the Essington
Hotel, McArthur's Emporium, Cun'
ningham's store ahd Caledonian
Hotel office, Port Essington. Con-
necta with boats in Skeena river
trade.
Rockmen, miners' and surveyor*!'
boots.    McArthur's Emporium^
CASCADE LAUNDRY.
Laundry for the Cascade, Vancouver, will bo sent down on each
trip of the str. Rupert. Thursdays)
and will leave Vancouver on th<}
following Thursday by the Camel*
sun. A.  Lang, Agent"
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WSTANCI AND FARE ON SKEENA RIVER
f\'\     I y.-FROM; '_,-..       ....'
PORT ESSINGTON OK ABERDEEN
UP THE RIVER TO
MILES FAKE
12 Telegraph Point  ��1 50
36 Hole-iu-the-Wall    3 50
42 Graveyard Point    5 50
50 Lakelse    5 75
55 Neidhart's    6 50
00 Kitsumkallm ....;..   6 75
70 Little Canyon    7 00
75 Stewart's    7 50
75 Copper City    7 50
SO Kitsalas Canyon    9 00
110 Lome Creek /.  11 50
120 Meanskineesht  12 50
140 Kitwangah '....'.  14 50
1.50 Amlimaul  15 .50
165 Old Kltseukla  16 00
160 New Kltseukla  16 50
165 Mcintosh  17 00
170 Hazelton  17 50
Announcement
The Prince Rupert Pantitoriuni
has opened a branch at Hays' cigar
store, and any work in the line of
cleaning, pressing or tailoring will
V be promptly and satisfactorily attended to if sent to us. Ladies'
wearing apparel a specialty. We
are also agents for the Twentieth
Century Co. and Coppley, Noys &
Randall,jl|he two leading tailoring
firms in Canada.
GRAECO-TURKISH
WAR VERY NEAR
Berlin, July 15���Only continued
occupation of the island of Crete by
four powers, England, Germany,
France and Italy, can prevent the
declaration of war between Greece
and Turkey early in August, according to inside information obtained from the German Foreign
office today.
This information is to the effect
that private advices have been
received from Constantinople, Alliens and Canea that the four
powers, under whose guidance and
protection the island's government
has been administered for the past
12 years, are the only hope of preventing a clash, and as they have
determined to withdraw their
troops from Crete this month war
seems inevitable.
The Turks feel, on one Ride that
the surrender of their suzerainty
over Crete would endanger the
Stability ofthe present government;
in Greece, on the other hand, feeling is so strong that, if Crete's
demand for a union with the Hellenes is disregarded, the fall ol*
King George's dynasty is almost a
certainty;
Indications are today that the
righting will begin on the mainland
over the pretext of the driving of
Greek bands off the Turkish frontier, but it is expected that it will
extend to the inland before hostilities cease. Both Turkey and
Greece have been concentrating
troops for several weeks on the
Thesaliaii border, and both are
ready for the immediate transportation of formidable forces to the
disputed island.
The Mohammedan inhabitants
of Crete, numbering about 30,000
out of a total population of 300,000,
say they are in momentary danger
of massacre, and have appealed to
the powers for protection.
LEAVE COUNTRY
FEAR BIG WAR
LA PAZ, Bolivia, July 14~Fear-
ing a war with Peru, mar.y citizens
bf that country are leaving, the
Peruvian government paying their
expenses. Residents of this city
are purchasing provisions to provide against the shortage that will
inevitably prevail in case of hostilities.
The cabinet ministers' are said to
be devided of the question of the
(icceptrtnce or rejection df the arbitration award of the disputed
territory, which is the cause of the
.-���trained relations between Bolivia
ftrld Peru. Argentine is said to
Weply resent Bolivia's attitude and
in the event of war, she is expected
to joinissues with Peru.
The position of the Bolivian
cabinet is a different one, the rejection of the arbitration award, being tantamount to a declaration of
war against it's neighboring governments, while the acceptance of
the document is certain to provoke
the popu.ace to rioting. There is
no disorder today, but the people
are in an excited frame of mind.
CHURCH SERVICES.
Methodist Church.��� Rev." B. C.
Freeman, pastor. Morning service
11 a. m. Sunday school 2 p. m.
Evening sermon, 7:30.
St. John's Church���Rev. W. F.
Rushbrook, rector. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sunday school 2
p. m.    Evening service 7.30 o'clock
The regular Salvation Army services are held by Adj. Blackburn.
Have your shoes repaired neatly
at Shade's shoe shop, opp. postoffice.
Leckie boots���all kinds, all sizes.
McArthur's Emporium.
The Loyalist for home news.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES
N
NOTICE Ik hereliy si ven that, thirty days alter
the date of this publication, I, R. J. Mo-
Donbll, intend to miiKe application to the Superintendent Ol Provincial tolice for a renewal
of my retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Essington Hotel, situate at Port
Ksslngtoii, IS. Ci, for six months from Julv 1,
1909, K,,(, McDONEtLj
May 9,lM)t>, Port Essington, B. C.
NOTICE Is hereby given that, thirty rtriVs aft
the date of this publication, I, .1. W. Pa
Iter
publication, I, .1. W. Pat-
rson. intend to make application to the Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal of my retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Ilig Canyon Hotel, situate at Kit-
<elas, B. Ci, for six months from July 1,190(1.
J. W. PATERSON,
May 0, 1909, Kitselas, Ii. C.
TAKE notice, that I, Si'SAN' KtHBY, Iiitend to
make application thirty days after date to
'he Superintendent of Provincial Polite, for a
renewal of the retail liquor license from Hotel
Caledonia (burnt down) -to the (new') Hotel
Caledonia, situate at Port Essington, 11. C, in
my own name only, for six months from July
I, 1909. SU8AN  KIRBY,
May 10, 1909. Port Essington, B. C.
FORESHORE LEASE NOTICES
('oast Uftfl District-District of Skeena
Take notice, that Angus McAHster, of Claxton, occupation1 lilSBhanical engineer, intends
o apply for permission lo lease the following described foreshofe:
Commencing tit tt post planted on the south
ide of Porcher Island Peninsula, about 2]4
niles distant in a southeasterly- direction
from Cape George; thenee 'li chains along
shore in a northerly direction.
ANGUS MCALISTER.
April 5, l9l)l) (5-1)
Coast Lathi District���District of Skeena
Take iiotiee, thnt Angus MCAiister, of Clax-
'on, occupation mechanical engineer, intends
io apply for permission to lease the following
lescribed foreshorei
Commencing alapdst planted oil the south
���nd of Elizabeth Island/ about 'i irtiies distant
in a westerly direction from the west side of
Kennedy Island; tlieilee 18 chains along shore
n a southwesterly direction.
angus mcaUster
April 12,1009
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
Skeena Land District -District of Coast.
That William Donald Ketiuedy oi Port Essington, occupation railroad foreman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described bind!
Commencing at ft post planted tin the north
bank ol Siccetia river at Keith's Camp, about 1
mile West of Aberdeen, tileries' north 80 chillis,
Ihence west 10 chains, thenee silllth 80 chains,
more or less, to hunk ol Skeena rlTer, thence
following river bank easterly lo place of commencement.
WILLIAM DONALD KENNEDY.
Dated May 26, 19119.
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Skeenn Land District -District ol Coast.
Take'notice) that Edward Clarke, of Prince
Rupert, occupation powdcrman, Intends to apply [or permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a posi (Slanted nt the southwest corner of Sutherland's pre eruption, being
my northeast corner, running southerly 40
chains, thence westerly 40 chains, thence northerly 40 chains, theuee easterly 46 chains to
point of commencement.
EDWARD CLARKE
April 5,1909 Tor. K, 0- JENNINGS, Agt.
Skccnii Land District���District oi Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that I. J. Bruce Johnstone, of
Prince Rtipert, occupation.lniicllcry employe
intend to apply (or permission to purchase1 the
fOllewihg described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted lienr life HOrth-
eftfil corner of fishery reserve at Lakelse Lake,
tlience cast nbout 2d chains tn the sqllthwest
corner oi Lot 084, them e tiortl) 30 chains (0 the
shore of Lakelse Lake, thence following shore
l!n to boundary line of fishery reserve, thchce
li'u'h to point ol commencement, containing
'.SO acres more or less. ���
|JOHN BRUCE JOHNSTONE,
April 10,1909 Name of Applicant.
(European  Plan)
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R. J. McDONELL, Proprietor
The leading hotel in northern British Columbia, elegantly equipped to meet the requirements of a fastidious public, and commanding a superb view of the approaching
steamers.
Hot and cold baths at all hours. Baggage
transferred from all incoming and to all
outgoing boats.
Headquarters for Alaska, Yukon and Ingenika Tourists
ASK FOR
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Lager!
QUEEN'S HOTEL
PORT   ESSINGTON,  B. C.
The only First-Class Hotel north of Vancouver.
-   CUISINE IS UNSURPASSED
ACCOMMODATIONS EQUAL TO ANY HOUSE IN NORTHWEST
Baggage  transferred  to antl from hotel.
Large Sample Rooms for Traveling Men.    :   :    Hot and Cold Baths
MRS.  S.   KIRBY,   PROPRIETRESS
NOTICE!
Dr. 3, Curry,  Dentist
  will be here until the
middle of August. Office over Drug
Store. Appointments can be made
bv mail or wire.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
i mK ��mnnri  IMMi
Skeena Land District���District of Coast.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Milton Green of Van'
conver,- occupation laborer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest comer ol District Lot 2078, thence south 80
chains to tlie southeast corner of District Lot
'174, thenee east ail chains, thenee north 80
chains, thence west 2(1 chains to the poiiit of
commencement, MILTON GHEEN.
April 10, 190!) 1'er II. N. HOSS, Agt.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
Notice is hereby given that I, Robert M,
Horns, FTOspeetori of l'urt Essington, li; ('., in-
;end to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
ihe following described piece ol landi situate
in Skeena River District, i'allge 5, on the right
bank of the Skeena river, threc-tjnarter miles
north of Phillipscreek. Commencing at a post
planted by side of J. I). Wells' northeast Corner
post; thenee west ;IU chums! tliedec iit/rili 8(1
hains; theiiceeast SS ehnins to bank of river;
I hence south :!0 chniilr by the meatfderliig oi
the river to post of commencement, containing 1C0 acres mure or less.
ROBERT Mi BURNS/ Locator.
I'er JAKE/ K. ASHMAN, Agent
April 18, 1909.
SltSena Land District���Dlstriet of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Cecil .1. Paynter, of Toronto, Ontario, occupation departmental manager, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
commencing at a post planted at head of
bay lit S'Outh end of I'resCott Island and marked C. J. l'aynter's N, E. corner; thenee west
.(bout 20chains to beach; thchce following
betich around southern end of promonotory
around bay to point of commencement, and
containing 160 acres mure or less.
CECIL.I. PAYNTER.
W. W. Clarke, Agent.
Dated Dec. 12, 1908.
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Skeena Land District���District ol Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry N. Phillips, of
Vancouver, occupation aCi'ilunlant, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted al the north
end o( an Island off Stephen Island in channel
between Prescdtt and Stephen Ee.la.ndB! and
marked II. N. Phillips' Initial post; thence
running south about TO chains, taking in (he
HENRY N.  PHILLIPS.
w. w. claukk, Agent,
whole island.
j Dated Dec. 12, 1908,
Skeena Land District���District of Cassiar
Take notice that I. Frank B. St.  Amour of
Port Essington, IS. C.i occupation engineer, in-
lend to apply for permission1 to purchase the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted oil tiie south
bank of Cunningham creek, about 'i% miles
from Skeena river, in u westerly difec'ion, and
markec* "V. B. st. A. N. E.,1' tn'ence sOuth'SO
chains, thenee west 20 chains, thenee north 20
chains tu bank of cro6kj thence ea*l along
bank of creek to place of commencement, containing 10 neres more or less.
Prank b. st. amour.
May 14,190!/
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Skeena I and District-District of Coast, Rang ,'i
Take notice Mint LChnrleK Fredrick Lallemand
nf Dominion Canliery, II. ('., occupation storekeeper, Intend io apply fur permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a ntfst planted at the southwest cofner of Lot 27: thence  north 20 chains,
thence west 80 chains, tlimirie south' 80 Chains
more or less to tile beach, theflce east along the
shore tO poiiit Of 'cbmmc'nce'm'Bhtj containing
210 acres more or less.
CHARLES FREDRICK LALLEMAND,
Per AU'.xander Noble, Agent.
May fi, i909 .... S*22
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skeena Land District���District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph .Inrdlne, of Vancouver, Ii. C.| occupation engineer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands I
Commanding at a pOst planted on the north
side of Stephcil Island, about HO chains west
from Wm. Bruce s N. K. corner; and marked
Joseph Jafdlne'S N. K. corner; thence south 80
chains) thence west to beach I thence following
beach to point oi commencement, and containing about 80 acres more or less.
JbSEPH JAHDINE.
W, Wi CLARKE, Agent.
Dated Dec. 11, 1908.
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Skeena I.alnl District���District of Coast.
TAKK NOTICE thai George K. Parry, of Vancouver, B. c, occupation hotel-keeper. Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt ft pdst planted on the norlh
side of an island In the channel running between PreSCOtl iu'1'1 fili'phcn Islands, add marked (ienrge E. Parry's initial posi; thence funning south about '���'-- chains, taking In the
whole island, and containing 1110acres mate or
less.
GEORGE E. I'ARUV.
W.W. Clarke, Agent,
Dnted Dec. 11. 1908.
Skeena Land District���District of Skeena
Take notice, that John Flewin of Port Simp-
on, B. C, occupation mill owner, intends to
apply for permission  to lease the  following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted at high-wftter
mark (post marked "J. F.'s n. e. cor.), on J.
Plewln's land fronting on Port Simpson harbor;
thenee west 350 feet to low-water mark; thence
along low-water mark south 60 degrees east 875
leet; thenee along low-water mark north 62 degrees east 250 feet; thence north (Ast.) 100 feet
to high-water mark, containing six (6) acres
more or less.
JOHN FLEWIN. "*
Dated March 12, 1909 3-27
HOTEL PREMIER.
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
European and American Plan
RATES $1.00 TO $3.00.
NO   EXTRA    CHARdB   IPOR   HOT   BATHS*
ELECTRIC LIGHTED.
Hot and cold  running water on
every floor.
Skeena Land District-Dlstriet of Coast.
Takd notice that Bernard Leitch Jolifison of
Victoria: B. C.., occupation, milter mariner,
intends to apply for permission to purchase
the follbWihg described lauds!
Cc'mmcilcing at a posi iifafited immediately
north of. til's northwest cjirnef. of Jus. Watts
purchase'! lCiindis Island, Mlissett's Inlet, Q. C,
Isls.; thenee cast forty (td) chains; tlience
north to shore line; tlieiee ftioilg shore line lo
point of commencement, and containing about
80 acres. , ..     .
BERNARD LEITCH JOHNSON;
Dated Dee. 9, 1908, Gi-20i Locator.
Skeena Land District���District of Coil t.
TAKE NOTICE tfint Charlotte ('icnn;oi Vancouver, B, C.i occupation liniifcwlie, intends to
apply tor permission to purchase tlie following
described iaiids:
Cfimmencing at a post plained on thB north
side of Stephen Island, aboul 6p chains' west of
\V. P. Silee's N. E. .corner, and marked Charlotte Glenn's N. VV. corner; thence South so
chains; thf'mc enst 40 chains; thence north to
bench and following beach around bay to point
nf commencement, and containing 320 acres
acres more or less.
CHARLOTTE GLENN... ,. ,
W. YV.Ci.abkk, Agent
Dated Dec. 14, 1908.
Union Steamship Co.
'LIMITED/
Fast, New Steel Built
Steamer
"CAMOSUN"
Leaves Port Essington
Ev��r. y Saturday Night for Vancouver
Northbound,
Leaves Vancouver Every Thursday
at 9 o'clock P. M,
This is the only Bteamer on the
Northern British Columbia route
fitted With double bottom and steel
bulkheads. For passage and further particulars apply to
MORROW & FRIZZELL, Pt. Essington
E. B. EDWARDS,
Contractor and Builder,
OFFICE AND STORE WORK
A SPECIALTY.
Dufferin Street, opposite MorfOW & Kriiizcll.
GEORGE H.   WYATT*
DEALER IN
WALL PAPER!
PAINTS, 4c.
Dufferin Street,  -    Port EsslngtorJ
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MORROW & FRIZZELL.
Port Essington, B. C.
BUTCHERS!
AND-
PROVISION DEALERS.
Vegetables, Green Groceries, Fruits.
LARGE STOCK OF MEATS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
We also make a specialty of
handling and forwarding freight
from our large new Warehouse N
nil points. SPORT
TRAP  CHAMPIONSHIP
Winnipeg, July 17���In the trap
shooting tournament the other day
J. Houghton won the Canadian
championship.
JEFFRIES WILL
MEET JOHNSON
Toronto, July 12���" I have never
faked the public and I am not
ready to begin doing it now,"
vehemently declared James Jeffries
today, when he reiterated his denial that he intended to remain out
of the ring, refusing to fight Jack
Johnson.
"I am going to New York in two
weeks, at the end of which time my
theatrical contract will expire, and
while there I will post a forfeit for
my fight with Johnson. I agreed
with my theatrical managers at the
time I went on the stage, that I
would not sign up for a fight before I terminated my engagement
with them aud therefore I cannot
negociate with Johnson now. If
it were not for that I would post
my forfeit today and go after the
big smoke without a moment's
delay.
" It surprises me that so many
sporting men, claiming to be my
friends, were willing to believe the
rumor that I had decided not to reenter the ring. They ought to
know me better than that."
SCULLING HANDICAP
It is practically certain that
Arnst, the holder of the world's
sculling championship, will shortly
visit both Canada and England
where he will row matches on this
side with Durnan and in the old
country against Barry. The next
big sculling event will be the
World's sculling handicap to take
place over the championship course
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of next week on the Thames. E.
Barry, the English champion, is at
scratch; William Fogwell, of New
South Wales receives 12 seconds
and the limit is one hundred seconds start.
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NOTED RUNNERS TO
RUN AT VANCOUVER
Mr. G. A. Parker, the football
and athletic enthusiast, and one of
the trustees of the People's Shield
Is in Vancouver and promises to
champion teams a great welcome at
the People's Shield tournament to
be held at Calgary oil August 23,
24 and 25. The point yet to be
decided is whether the best team
between Ladysrhith, Nanaimo and
the Celtics shall compete or whether two or three teams shall be
invited to take part.
Mr. Parker has received a letter
from Reggie Walker the World's
sprinting champion, who so handsomely beat Bobby Ken' of Cart-
well in London a few days ago.
stating that he Intends to tour
Canada in the fall and Bobby Kerr
has ;ilso expressed his desire for a
similar trip. A race between these
two cracks at 100 and 220 yards
Would arouse tremendous interest
ttnd a great reception would be accorded them.
Alfred Shrubb the world's distance champion has also completed
his plans for a trip to the coast and
will run in Vancouver sometime
next month, when no doubt, all the
aspirants for the 15 mile professional championship will meet to
give Shrubb the run of his life.
Longboat, MeadoWs, Sellan, Marsh
ftnd Ccoorte are all anxious to have
tt crack at the little wonder, but it
id doubtful if any of them can take
ni�� measure at anything from 1 to
Ifl miles.
FOR ENGLISH TITLE
A battle will be fought in London tonight which will decide who
is the legitimate lightweight champion of England. Freddie Welsh
the clever English boxer, who defeated a good many lightweights on
this side of the atlantic during his
long stay in America, is to meet
"Young Josephs," the present holder of the title, for twenty rounds
for a purse of $2,750 and a side- bet
of $1,000. So confident are the
officials of the National Sporting
Club London that Welsh will win
that they have signed him to fight
Johnny Summers for the lightweight title. Lord Lonsdale will
offer a gold and silver belt to the
winner, which will be the property
of the winner for good if he defends
his title successfully in four fights.
When you think of boots, think
of McArthur's Emporium.
Dates of Fall Fairs In British Columbia
The dates of the different autumn
fairs have been named as follows:
Kent, at Agassiz, September 6.
Maple Ridge, September 16 & 17
Central Park, September 16 & 17
Dela, at Ladner, Sept. 16 & 17.
Coquitlam, at Westminster Junction, September 23.
Richmond at Eburne, September
29 and 30.
Surrey, at Surrey Center, Oct. 5.
Langley, October 6.
Mission, at Mission City, Oct. 6.
Chilliwack, at Chilliwack, Oct.
6, 7 and 8.
Vancouver. October.
Provincial exhibition, New Westminster, October 12 to 16.
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Cascade
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LAND LEASE N0TIGE
Skeena Land bistriet���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Kenneth Philip Matheson
��� if Prince Kttperti B.C., intends to apply  for
ncrmission to lease   the following described
foreshore I
Commencing at a post planted at high Water
mark on the West side of lot number 1282 on
Porcher Island, thence northerly following
high water mark 1500 feet ahd claiming all the
foreshore to loW water1 mark. Located the loth
day of May, 1(W9.   A
KENNETH 1'. JUTHESON.
Dated June 1-ith, Im
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Ltind District-District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Aligns McAHster of Chi':'
ton! occupation mechanical engineer, intends
to apply for permission to lease the following
described landi
Commencing at a post planted on the BOUtii
east end of White Saiid Island, about 1 mile
distant from the north end of middle Dundas
Island, thence, south fi chains, thenee west 1
chains, tlience north  "> chains, thenee east 4
chains. ANGUS mcalister.
Dated May 17,1900.
Skeena Land District��� Dfstrict of the Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Johan MaeKay of Discovery, B.C.. occupation spinster, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the south
east corner of timber limit No. 88627, thence
north 20 chains, thence east M) chains, tlience
south to Trout river, thence following the sinuosities of the stream to point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
.IOHANMACKAY.
Dated June 8,1909.       Robert MaeKay, agent
Skeena Land District���District of the Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander Smith of Winnipeg, occupation clerk, inlends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of Lot 1709, thence south ho chains,
thence west 20 ehnins, thenee north 80 chains,
thence east 20 chains, to point of commencement, containing lfiu acres more or less.
ALEXANDER SMITH,
Dated June 3, 1909        Robert MaeKay, agent.
Skeena Land District-District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Angus McAllister of Claxton, occupation mechanical engineer, intends
to apply for permission lo purchase the following described lands:
Commencing .it a post planted on the southeast corner of White Clin Island, thence west
00 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east
ISO chains, thence south 8�� chains.
ANGUS McALISTER.
Dated May 19th, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that John G.ChlSholm of Norlh
Dakota, occupation  farmer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted about 2">o feet
south of the sooth end 01 Lakelse Lake, thenee
south 80 chains, thenee cast so chains, thence
north 80 ehnins, thence west 80 chains lo point
of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less. JOHN (i. CIIISIIOLM.
Dated May 18,1909.
Skeena Land District- District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Robert II. Button, of North
Dakota, occupation  farmer,  intends  to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a posl planted about 250 feet
south of the south end of Lakelse Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thenee west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenee cast 80 chains to polnl
of commencement, and containing ("40 acres
more or less. ROBERT B. HUTTON.
Dated May 18,1909.
Skeena Land District-District of Coast.
TAKE NOTiCE that DeWitt Lewis, of Belling-
ham.Wash., occupation attorney, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands!
Commencing at a post planted about 100 feet
from south side of mouth of Lakelse River,
thence west 20 chains, thenee south 80 chains,
tlience enst 20 chains, thence north HM chains to
point of commencement and containing 1H0
acres more or less. DEWITT LEWIS.
Dated Mav tfthi 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that  Peter Laurson  of North
Dakota, occupation farmer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described labels:
Commencing at a post planted about 1U0 feel
from north side of Lakelse River, thenee north
20 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south
20 chains, tlience east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 100 acres more or
less, PETER LAURSON.
Dated May 17th, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew C. Skylburd of
North   Dakota, occupation   farmer, intends lo
apply for permission to purchase tile following
described lands I
Commencing at a post planted about 200 feel
cast of SK corner of Lakelse Lake thence cast 4C
chains, thenee north 80 chains, thenee west 4(
chains, thence south 8(i chains, to point of com
inencemedt and containing :l'Jo acres more or
less. ANDREW O. SKYLBURD,
Dated May 18'h, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
TAKIJ/NO'lTCE that William Donald Kennedy
of Port Essington, occupation   railroad  foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land!
Commencing at a post planted on the north
bank of Skeena river at Keith's camp about 1
mile west of Aberdeen, thchce norlh 80 chains,
toence west 40 chains, theilcc South 80 chains
moreor less to bank of Skeena river,thence
following river batik easterly to place ol commencement.
WILLIAM DONALD KENNEDY.
Dated May 20, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast.
Take notice that 1 J. W. Patcrson of Kitselas
B, C. occupation merchant, intend to apply lo
the Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described
land;
Commencing at a post planted at the south
west corner of, lot 1101 running 40 chains wesi
thence 40 chains north, theilce 40 chains east
thenee40 chains south to point of commencement, comprising ISO acres more or less.
J. W. PATERSON.
E. F. MiChavd, Agent
Dated July 12, 1909
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Skeena Land District���District of the Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Lilian .Conner .of Graveyard Point, Skeena, occupation married woman
intends to apply' for permission to purchase the
followiiig described Iftndsl���
Commencing  at  a  post  planted about   41
chains north of the north west corner of Thorn-
, as B. Conner's pre-emption application staked,
j at HraVeyard Point, Skeena River, thence norlh
40 chains: theiiee wSst '.'0 chains: thchce south
; 40 chains! tliericeeasfJOchalns' td place: Of commencement and containing in all 80 acres,
Dated June 27,1909.
LILIAN CONNER.
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WE HAVE JUST OPENED FOR BUSINESS
WITH A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Groceries, Boots, Shoes
and Gents' Furnishings
������ i
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JACKSON BUILDING
DUFFFXIN 3T.
ESSlN6f0N; B; C.
SEE OUR LINE OF LADIES' FURNISHINGS
That the Ladies of Essington fully appreciate the importance of a well-equipped Millinery Establishment right
here at home, is evidenced by the liberal patronage which
"The Rest-a-While Store" has received. We have endeavored to merit it, and we think we have.
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of Essington and vicinity will find' a newly selected stock of Women's
Furnishings embodying all the latest patterns and designs in Silk and
Net Waists, Costumes, Cravenettes and Raincoats, etc., and to which
we call special attention.
MRS.   S.   FRIZZELL'S
" THE REST-AWHILE STORE "
Corner Dufferin and Wharf Streets.:    : Port Essington, B. C.
J. W. PATERSON
Kitselas Canyon, B. C.
General Merchandise
Groceries,  Provisions. Miners,
Prospectors and Settlers' Supplies
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Firct riacc   hiatal    *^un  ,n  connection,  affording  every conven-
1 II M*Uld55   IIOICI   ience to the traveling public.    Rates $2 a day
Drink
Corby's
Rye Whiskey
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
MATURED AH WHISKEY SHOULD BE���
"SMOOTH  AND MELLOW"
"ASK THE MAN"
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R. S. SARGENT
HAZELTON, B. C.
General Merchandise, Miners,
and Prospectors' Supplies, Etc.
Prospectors, minors and settlers will find this store fully equipped
with everything necessary in their particular calling, and should rej
member that we are prepared to furnish complete outfits, no matter
how small or how large.
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RAILWAY TILS WANTED
The undersigned is prepared td
make contracts oil behalf oi the
(I. T. P. railway for delivery of
quantities of railway ties alongside
of right of way" noW under construction east of Prince Rupert. Address
F. CRANDLU G.T.P. Offlce,|Princc Rupert
WANTED
Address of W. G. AndersOti, fore-
meriy foreman for Matheson &
Hampton C. M. & St. P. Railway:
Notify Dr; Richardson, Box 16;
Port Essington.
Harrison, Campbell <! Mills
Company, Ltd.
DRUGGISTS   SUNDRIES
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Kodaks, Films and Photo Supplies
Big line  always on hand
Send in your orders
HARRISON, CAMPBELL & MILLS CO.
(Limited)
DRUGGISTS
Prescriptions carefully compounded

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