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PORT ESSINGTON LOYALIST.
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Vol. I. No. 36
PORT ESSINGTON, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1909.
Subscription $3 Pek Yeah
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BLASTING AGCIDENT .
A r*gretable accident occurred
on .Tuesday, July 13th, Charles
Benson, a Swede belonging to
Angus Stewart's Camp No. 2, while
blasting near Aberdeen, was very
seriously burnt about the head, face
and hands, he was conveyed to
Aberdeen Hospital where he .was
attended by Dr. Richardson, after
being attended to, Charles was
brought her en route for Prince
Rupert hospital.
Boats Bring in Large Halibut Catch
Reporting very heavy weather
round the northern halibut banks,
the fishing boats Manhattan and
Kingfisher returned to port midnight and early this morning, respectively. The Manhattan brought
110,000 pounds of halibut and the
Kingfisher 100,000 pounds. The
schooner Selma now fishing for the
New England Company, although
not under charter to the company,
as has been falsely reported,
brought in 26,000 pounds of fish
today.
All this morning manager ringer's office was filled with members
of his new crews, who complained
that they had been assulted by tht
striking fishermen while ashore
last night. A number stated thai
they bad not been struck, but had
been warned to leave the boats or
fake the consequences.
The management of the company
authorised the statement today
that they will protect their fishermen from all violence and thai
police protection has been sought
and obtained;
The Manhattan will probably
leave out tonight again, and the
Kingfisher will follow as soon as
she can discharge her fish and get
ready. The company has received
a large consignment of new dories
for use on the fishing boats.
Smallest Baby Living
Chicago, July 10 ������ Charlotte
Bright is the smallest baby ever
known to live, the Chicago Phy-
sians who are watching her with
unusual interest said yesterday
every law of nature seems to be
Upset by her continued existence.
The infant was brought from Union
City; 111., to this city immediately
after birth two weeks ago, in order
that the latest methods of science
might be applied for life, says the
tribune.
Little Miss Bright is 11 inches
long lias a ehest measurement of
7^ inches, and a wedding ring can
be passed over her hand. Dr. M.
A. Couney, in whose charge she
is, expressed the belief that she
Will be as strong and healthy as a
normal child when she leaves his
incubator hospital at Riverview.
"Tottie" Bright as she is called
by the nurses at the incubator hospital, is the daughter of A: R.
Bright, Union City, 111;, and was
brought to the incubator hospital
by her aunt, who is a nurse: The
baby was supported on oxygen for
the first two days.
Dr. Couney pointed with interest
to his own little girl, Hildegade
Couney, who was born in New
York city on June 29, 1907, and
Whose life was preserved in an
l.ucubator,
ANIMAL ANTAGONISM
An interesting incident of animal antagonism occurred here recently in the upper part of Skeena
River. An Indian while out hunting came across a lair of young
timber Wolves only a few days
old, who, in the absente of the
old wolves, were being attacked by
a porcupine in a very determined
manner, it had killed three of the
four wolves, and would have killed
the fourth but for the timely arrival of the Indian. It is a known
fact that wolves hunt the porcupine, and kill it whenever it gets
the chance. The Indian shot the
porcupine, and on turning round
saw one of the old wolves returning with something in i'ts mouth,
he fired, but missed the beast, who
decamped, dropping the animal it
had caught. On investigation it
proved to be a porcupine, the
wolf had evidently been on the
same errand as the porcupine,
The live young wolf was brought
to town, but it was feared that it
would die, for it was covered with
quils and badly mauled. However it has pulled through and
getting along fine.
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.
Mounted Police for the Yukon
Sergt. DebuqtiP and eleven constables of the North West Mounted
Police arrived at Essir.gton on the
Princess Royal en route for White-
horse Which is the distributing
point for these officers in the Yukon territory. It will be the first
experience of the north for most of
the men', but Sergt. Debuque has
made three trips north, the first
occasion being in 1898. Part of
the work of the men will be to
assist in building the government
trail from Edmonton to Fort Selkirk.
Inspection of Prince Rupert by
Officers
Among the passengers who were
going to Prince Rupert on the
Princess Royal this week was Leiut.
Haycock, of the Shearwater, and
Capt. Hughes, of West Point Barracks, who are keeping their trip a
secret: It is believed that the
officers have in view tlie inspection
Oi the port from the standpoint of
defence, and that they will report
ujibn the natural facilities Which
exist for the establishing of defence
frjl' the new port.
Love ih a cottage is alright, but
there are times when a little cbld
cash is preferable.
L0CALETTES
M. Shady was in town this
week,
A. W. Vowell, Supt. of Indian
affairs' was in Essington last week.
H. Wynn, son of Chief Constable
Wynn is visiting friends here.
W. Lang of Victoria is in town
this week, ���
E. Hagarett, Claxton was in
town Tuesday.
W. Blaekstock, Aberdeen, was
in town Tuesday.
F. B. Deacon was in Essington
this week.
J. A. Thome, Aberdeen, is in
town visiting friends this week.
R. G. Cunningham made a trip
to Prince.Rupert on Wednesday.
A. W. Haight mado a trip to
Prince Rupert this week.
Prov. Constable Cullin of Kitselas was in town this week.
II. F. Kergin was in Essington
on Wednesday.
'Big Bob,' had his fishing boat
smashed the other day by the
Celtic.
Mrs. W. A. Willescrofte and
daughter are visiting friends here
this week,
Charles Smith, Vancouver real
estate agent stayed off here Tuesday en route for Rupert. ,
F. Krugncr, Prince Rupert, was
in town on a part business and
pleasure trip.
John Piercy of Prince Rupert
was in town for a few days this
week.
J. G. Mc.Nab, C. P. R. travelling
freight agent was in Essington this
week.
The Launch 'Blue Bell' had her
bottom stove in during the storm
on Tuesday night.
D. Sutherland, C. P. R. Agent,
Prince Rupert, was in town this
week.
B. W. Fleming of Prince Rupert,
paid a visit to Essington on Tuesday last.
W. McR. Bruce of E. Eby & Co.,
Kitsum Kalum arrived on the
Distributor on Sunday.
L. Ponsford, representing W. J.
McMaster & Son, Vancouver was
in town this week;
E. B. Edwards left for Prince
Rupert on Thursday morning
where he has a Contract to put up
several houses.
F. Waring representing The R.
G. Dun Merchantile Agency was
in Essington for a few days this
week.
A. Dutton, who is contracting for
the next hundred miles of the
new (',. T. P. railway Was in town
this iveek.
Two 'Cider Joint' owners, of
Rupert were fined $150 and $200
resectivelj**, for selling intoxicating
spirits.
��� !. E. Gilmore of Prince Rupert
paid a flying visit to Essington last
Saturday, returning to Rtipert the
saiiife day.
Wi H. Barker, Mgr. of B.C.
Packers' Association, Vancouver
arrived oii the Vadso ou Wednesday last.
The Womans' Auxiliary will
have tea on the a'te'rhoon of the
2'2nd inst in il. ten! rjjti th*} church
kw��i.
Dr. W, J. Curry, Dentist, arrived
'������here from Kitselas on Monday.
He is on a professional visit, and
will be here till the end of August.
Captain John Irving, Victoria
arrived from Hazelton on the Distributor on Sunday and left for
Prince Rupert en route to Victoria.
C. T, Hall, representing R. P.
Rithet & Co., Victoria, passed
through Essington on Sunday en
route for Victoria.
C. G. Mills arrived from Vancouver on Sunday. Spent several
days in town, and left for Prince
Rupert where he will spend two or
there weeks.
J. D. McNiven, Fair Wage Commissioner was in Essington on
Thursday. He left for up-river
points on the Distributor on Friday
morning.
S. B. L. McDonald. Supt. of
Foley, Welch and Stewart Construction Company was in town on
Thursday. He left on the Distributor on Friday morning.
Peculiar how some people get
their every wish gratified, for instance, a certain party wished for
two weeks rain. We've had one
week already.
The Steamer "Hazelton," in
charge of Capt. J. Bucey, arrived
here from Hazelton on Thursday
morning and left for Prince Rupert
the same day. This is her first
trip this season.
O. A. Regstad, the jeweler, has
opened his new store adjoining
Noel & Ward, near his old stand.
It is a comodious and up-to-date
store, in which he has a fine selection of jewelry and souvenirs to
suit all kinds of fancies. He also
does all kinds of repairs.
The Annual School Meeting of
the Port Essington Public School
took place last Saturday in the
School house. Robert S. Donaldson and Alex. Noble were elected
as School trustees and Walter Noel
was re-elected Auditor.
There are about 1000 of the
Metlakahtla Tribe of Indians here
this year working at the fishing
industry. Some come every year,
but there are considerably more
here this year than there has been
in previous years. They are much
sort after for they are good fishermen, are accostomed to all parts of
tho fishing industry, and know
this coast so well. They left this
country in 1884, when they were in
dispute with their church and
the Government, They are well
educated and have a modern vil-
liage in Alaska, near Katehekan,
(the land of their adoption) which
is well worth visiting.
ONLY ONE CHINK
Louisville, July 10���The murder
of Elsie Sigel in New York City by
Leon Ling. Chinaman, caused a
canvas to ascertain how many
Chinese residents this city has.
The investigation made by the
police, revealed the fact that out of
300,000 persons, there was hut one
Chinaman.
LAND NOTICE
Sk(!ena LanB District District al CBftSt:
Tnke notice Unit 1 .1. W. I'lilcrs'in nf Kitselas.
H. (': o'ccltiltttlon merchantl Intend to abply in
tin' Commissioner ol Lands and Works for per-
mission in pirenase tlie following described
land:
I'omiticrii'lrig fit i.jlosl planted at. tlie south
wnst I'oi.mr :if lot 1101, runntjjg 4(| chain!] >V?st
tlii'iicu to chains north, thence 4(1 chulhsiilist
thence 40 chains South to point of eninmentie-
in^nt, comprising 160acre*more or icss.,
I. W. I'ATKKSON.
E, I*. MlCHAVI). X|*"tii
DISCOVERY OF PLACER GOLD
Free placer gold, yielding, it is
estimated, from $150 to $200 per
ton has been discovered in the
basin of Seymour Creek. J. L,
Marriott, an Australian prospector,
who has been at work on the creek
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for the past five weeks, made the
discovery, and he, with seventeen
associates, have staked out claims
extending from Seymour Canyon
clear down past Keith Road bridge
Mr. Marriott has taken out pans
showing over 60 colors, and yesterday 'News-Advertiser' reporter took
out a pan with close on a hundred
colors.
The pans which Mr. Marriott
has been obtaining run all the way
from 10 cents to 20 cents each, and
when the fact is taken into consideration that gold at 4 cents per
pan is in paying quantities, the
new discovery has certainly all the
indications of being a good one.
Slucing operations have already
been begun on the property which
Mr. Marriott and his syndicate
have located. The gold is found
in the sand along the shores of the
creek bottom, as well as in the old
basin which runs along just southwest of the present course. When
the turbulent stream has subsided,
which it will within a few weeks, a
force of men will be put at work
on the creek bottom.
ANOTHER GOLD FIND
Victoria, July���The steamer Tees
from the West Coast brought news
of a rich placer find of coarse gold
on the Sombrio river, about seven
miles east of San Juan. The placers were located by H. Gallop,
while prospecting for coal. There
has been a large number of claims
staked.
Captain Heritage Missing
Great anxiety is felt by Mrs.
Heritage over the disapperance of
her husband Capt. Daniel Heritage,
one of the best known tugmasters
of Howe sound, who disappeared
last Thursday after he had resigned
his command of the steamer Achates, a tug owned by Messrs. Evans
and Bernard. No trace of her
husband has been had since last
Thursday and yesterday she informed the police. It is thought
that possibly be has been called up
the coast on some important business giving him no time to inform
his family.
Previous to his command of the
Achates he was in charge of the tug
Shamrock, owned by the Emerson
Lumber Company of Vancouver,
and for many yearn was in charge
of the coal barge Robert Kerr.
Captain Heritage is an old resident
of Vancouver. His home is at
917 Reefer Street.
Search For Graham
The chief of police 1ms been asked
to try and locate Alexander Grahams of Liverpool, Eng., aged -10.
Graham was in Vancouver in 1(906
and went from there to Red Deer,
Altai, where lie stayed till last
December. He then said he was
I intending to return to Vancouver
and probably would go to Prince
Rupert. His sister, who makes
the enquiry, states that both bis
mother and father are very ill and
anxiety about him is making thel*
case"? more serious. The Port Essington Loyalist
ADVERTISING RATES.
Loos! Business Notices 10c line first insertion
an 1 "m lineeach subsequent insertion.
Obituary Poetry, over four lines, |1 00 per line
Display Ads. 26c inch each insertion.
No display ads. will be given space on first
pagi'. Business notices will lake the run of the
matter, as the first page of The Loyalist in I'osi-
TIVKI.Y KESEKVKI1 FOR I'l'REI.Y 1.00.(1. NEWS.
Ads. or Business Locals will be run until ordered out. and will be charged for at regular
rates. Resetting display mailer will be charged
for al the rate of 5c an' inch to pay for composition, when changed oftener than once a
month.
Coal Prospecting and Timber Notices, 30
davs tSOO
Land Notices, GO days  7 OH
Certificate of Improvement Notices, 00
days  7 00
All Timber and Land Notices must be accompanied by cheek; otherwise they
will remain unpublished.
Foreign subscription price per year  3 00
No Patent Medicine Ads. Will Be Accepted
lighted streets, and not to be out
after Monday midnight.
"The Imperial Chinese Consul"
The state department at Washington received intimation of trouble among the Chinese. The local
police were informed and extra
precautions taken to prevent a
clash.- One Chinese was arrested
for earring a loaded revolver. He.
claimed he was carrying it to celebrate the fourth.���World.
OUR NEW GHURGH
' "Yes, it may be prettier, but it
has not tlie associations of tlie old
one." > Such was the remark overheard a few day ago, relative to
the new Anglican Church just completed. To appreciate the first
half of the remark one does not
need a very large imagination,
for the present building is an exceedingly attractive structure, and
reflects great credit on the Architect and Contractors. Essingtonians should be justly proud of it
for it adds a real beauty touch to
the town.
The interior is a model of chaste
and beautiful design combined
with the useful. The circular roof
and wainscotting are of cedar with
a hard oil finish. The walls of
the nave will be covered with green
inlaid burlap, the chancel with
dark red. The chancel furniture,
presented by the Essington ladies,
is of hard wood and in keeping
with the natural 'wood finish idea'
that pertains throughout.
The nave, forty feet long is subtended at the east end by the chancel, off of which, and adding to it's
aesthetic aspect, are the organ and
choir lofts, and at the west end by
a Baptistry and large vestry suitable for a class room or social
gatherings. Above the vestry and
extending the full width of the
church (30 feet), is a large school
and reading room with an approach
both from within and without the
church, so that the building, while
strictly ecclestical in design, will
yet fill all the wants of a parochial
house.
The sacred edifice, of which Rev.
W. F. Rushbrook is rector, will be
dedicated on Thursday evening.
July 22, at 8 p. m. The Bishop
of the Diocese officiating.
On Sunday, July 25th, Special
services will be held both morning
and evening, the Re\\ Wm. Hogan
of Port Simpson Will take the
the services.
There will be special music at
all services.
Chinese Tongs About to War
New York. July 9. ���Instructing
the Chinese of this City to be cour-
tiotis to all civilians and also to
the police, flatning red and gold
placards bearing the Imperial insignia were posted on the Walls of
Chinatown here today. The notice
Is directed to the Hip Sing and On
Lco'ng tongs, between whom ii civil
War is said to be brewing.
'the. placards read ;
To law abiding Chinese Jh New
York.
"Word having reached the State
department that recent events foreshadow the danger of a war between the Hip Sing tong and the
Oil Leong tong, you are hereby
Warned by the representatives of
tin1 Chinese government to remain
Mose to your lion""*, to keep on the
Carousal Enbs in Murder
Seattle, July 10���Carousing with
chance male acquaintances in the
Scenic bar and cafe, led to a quarrel which resulted in the death of
Mrs. Elizabeth T. fife in the Olympic appartmentsearly this morning
lames. A. Fife her husband, occupies a cell at the city jail, and will
be held pending a rigid investigation of the woman's death. The
body of the woman is at the undertakers covered with bruises and
cuts. Coroner J. Snyder will hold
an inquest Monday.
At the city jail, Fife, who also
admits using tlie name of James E.
Foster, admitted that both he and
bis wife had been drinking with
other men at the Scenic cafe yesterday. Late last night Fife
learned that his wife was drinking
with" other men at the Scenic cafe
and immediately went there. He
ordered his wife to leave with him
and after some argument the pair
left for their apartments at the
Olympic house.
About an hour lat��r Fife rushed
down stairs to the hotel office and
informed Estis that his wife was
dead. Dr. J. F. Deane was called
but the woman was beyond aid.
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NftTlfiF ! Dr' J* CuriT>  Dentist
���Wlvl* will be here until the
middle of August.  Office over Drug
Store.    Appointments can be made
by mail or wire.
McArthur's Emporium has just
received 500 pounds of Weyman's
Copenhagen snuff.
Fit-Reform
A visit to the Fit-Reform Wardrobe will convince one of the superiority of these genuine hand-tailored garments over the ordinary
ready-made clothes.
' Fit.Reform leads, others try to
imitate. Spring 1909 styles just
in. North Coast Commercial Co.,
Limited.
Wheh you think of boots, think
of McArthur's Emporium.
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST STEAMERS
From Port Essington
Kbtt]
Vancouver, Victoria*
Seattle, Tacoma
FIRST-CLASS FARE   $18.00
SECOND-CLASS FARE     10.00
Including Meals arid berth
EUROPEAN DECK CLASS -   $7.00
[Meals 25 centsj
Secure  information  as  to sailing
and tickets from
A. J. MATHESON. Agt., N. Side Dufferin
Opp. Jackson Building
George Hayes
Importer and   Healer in the
finest brands of
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
COAST   PAPERS
ALWAYS  ON HAND.
Pool Rooms & Barbershop
Attached.
IT IS A FACT WORTH
MENTION ING THAT
AL'S QUICK LUNCH
I'ORT ESSINGTON, B. 0.
SERVES
THE VERY BEST MEAL IN TOWN
' ONLY PLACE EMPLOYING
ALL WHITE LABOR
WE MAKE COFFEE
..Boscowitz Steamship Co..
(UMITiCD)
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"
Loaves Cunningham's Wharf every
day for following Railroad Camps:
Keith's,   McDonald's,   Antonelli's,
Shady's,   Smith  Bros.,  Dan
Stewart's, Aug. Stewart's,
and McLeod's.
FRANK A. DEWAR, Agent
0. P. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. ntTFFERIN
STREET
Hicks & Lovick Piano Co.,
(LIMITED)
1204   Douglas   Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
Victor Talking Machines,
Pianos and Organs.
W. G. C0NN0N.
DICALER IS
Cigars, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks, &c.
POOL ROOMS. ATTACHED.
Graphophones and Records
FOR SALE.
Cor, Hazleton and   Dufferin   Sts.,
Port Essiilgton.
IThicksbeach
Notary Public
Real Estate and
Insurance Agent
LANDS STAKED
FARMS TOR SALE
R. CUNNINGHAM & SON, Ltd.
To Lovers of Flowers
Farnham Greenware
We have now in stock a shipment of FLOWER POTS and
JARDINIERES direct from the pottery, and to those who
take an interest in flowers and window gardening, we offer the opportunity of purchasing something quite new
���it being the first time this ware has ever been put on
sale in British Columbia.
CALL  ON  Oil  ADDRESS
E. H. HICKS BEACH* Hazelton, B. C
Subscribe for The Loyalist and
keep posted on affairs at home.
The paper is devoted to the interests of Essington antl vicinity, and
will be essentially a local paper.
Oxfords
This is the season of the year for
Oxfords; light and cool as well as
correct in style. For those who
are following the tendency of fashionable dressers we are offering a
tan and patent leather with brass
uttons and buckles in the famous
Walk-Over, as well as a black and
tan in dainty last for those with
more conservative taste.
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...
OF    CANADA | 1NCORWRATED | HEAD,   MONTREAL
CAPITAL, PAID UP   $4,600,000
RESERVE FIND   $5,300,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
DefMc'lts ol $1,00 ami upwards received and interest
at the hlghOBt current rate. Nn delay n withdrawing
Deposits may be made and Withdrawn by mail,  full particulars will   i
be gladly given by letter regarding all departments.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:
BANKING BY MAIL:
\rucc ���i irciiricc t ., 	
orrespondotvts throughout the World
McLAWS, Manager Port Essington Branch
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ONE HUNDRED BRANCHES and AGENCIES.cTty-"ne li,',,uc,,es"���',,ri,i-" '���" ��� ���1,)ia
D. D.
FOR SALE.
.. SS. CHIEFTAIN..
A complete set of DuBarry���20
volumes���new and uncut. For particulars apply at       Tins Office.
DR. QUINLAN,
The Pioneer Dentist,
A  AVENUE,
prince1 rupbrt, b. 6.
. fi i '     l ���--  Mm -
Oestall River Sawmill,
lEVEtW DESCRIPTION Of
LUMBER FOR SALE,
JAMES- A. BROWN, Propriettu;
Rockmen, miners' and surveyors'
bbois.   McArthur's Emporium^
daily between
PRINCE RUPERT and PT. ESSINGTON
Sundays Included \
Leaves fiiom
Cunningham's Wharf
at 10:00 a . M.
Leaves Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. and connects
with'the Rupert City
SINGLE FARE $1.50
ROUND TRIP  2.50
Tickets on sale at the Essington
Hotel, McArthur's Emporium, Cunningham's store and Caledonian
Hotel office, Port Essington. Connects with ��� boats in Skeena river
trade.
CASCADE LAUNDRY.
Laundry for the Cascade, Vancouver, will he sent clown on each
trip of the str. Rupert, Thursdays,
and will leave Vancouver on the
following Thursday by the Camo'
suh: A." Lang, Agent
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DISTANCE AND FARE ON SKEENA RIVER
FROM
PORT ESSINGTON OR ABERDEEN'
UP THE RIVER TO
MI1KS FARE
12 Telegraph Point  *1 50
35 Hole-in-the-Wall    3 50
42 Graveyard Polnl    5 50
50 Lakelse    5 75
55 Neidhart's    '6 50
60 Kitflumkalim    6 75
70 Little Canyon   ."DO
75 Stewart's    7 50
75 Copper City    7 50
80 Kltsalas Canyon    9 00
110 Lome Creek  11 50
120 Meansklneesht  12 50
140 Kltwangah  M 5��
150 Andlmaul  18 60
166 Old Kltseukla  10 ��0
100 New Kltseukla  16 50
165 Mcintosh  17 00
170 Hazelton  17 50
��� Announcement
The Prince Rupert Pantitorium
has* opened a branch at Hays' cigar
store, and any work in the line of
cleaning, pressing or tailoring will
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, the two leading tailoring
firms in Canada.
BANK ROBBED IN DAYLIGHT
Rainy River, Ont. July, 2���At
11.40 this morning, the local branch
of the Bank of Nova Scotia was
held up by three men and robbed
of $10,000 . The robbers had their
plans well laid, choosing a time
when Manager Templeton was alone
in the bank. The robbery wan a
most daring one, as there Were
many people on the streets at the
time, The robbers ran up fourth
street crossed the C.N.R. track and
disappeared in the woods. It is
thought that they will either attempt to cross the Rainy River
into Minnesota or work north to
the C. P. R. The riverfront is
being patrolled, and every man is
out, searching the woods for the
robbers.
The revolver's with which the
holdup was accomplished were stolen from the John Weeks Hardware Company, Spooher, Oh the
night of June 30th three men having previously Visited the store to
look at firearms. Three men
answering the same description
purchased cartridges from the Rat
Portage Company's store at this
.point, this morning. ���'.
A regretable accident occurred
during the arming of the posse, A
rifle was accidentally discharged in
the hands of one of the men, the
bullet passing through the leg of
Mr. Field, the accountant of the
bank, The wound, though not
dangerous, is a very painful one.
Boy-"Gimme some of that prune
pie."
Confectioner-"Son, youv'e had
two kinds of pie already."
Boy ��� "Then another kind won't
matter. There's only one kind of
Stomach ache."
Flt-Refornt
A visit to the Fit'ReiOl'in Wardrobe will convince one of the superiority of these genuine hand-tail-
bred garments over the ordinary
ready-hiade clothesi
Fit-Reform leads, others try to
Imitate, Spring 1909 Styles just
in. No'rtti Coast Commercial Co.,
Limited.
Forty Soldiers Lost In Engagement
Madrid, July 10. - Plahs ttj prevent a repetition of yesterday's
Uprising iii the town of" Melilla,
Morocco, whefe tribesmen fired
many' buildingB and roasted several
Victims alive, are ttelxig carefully
laid today by the soldiers.
In the engagement folldwirtg the
uprising forty soldiers are known
to have been killed or wounded.
The reports received today indicate
'.hat the battle was more serious
than at first supposed. The bodies
of four laborers, who had been
roasted to death, have been found
in the ruins of one of the buildings.
The soldiers who started in per-
suit of the tribesmen underestimated their number and were
compelled to retire after a short
but desperate stand.-World.
CHURCH SERVICES.
Methodist Church.���Rev. B.C.
Freeman, pastor. Morning service
11 a. m. Sunday school 2 p. m.
Evening sermon, 7i30.
St. John's Church���Rev. W. F.
Rushbrook, rector. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sunday school 2
p. m.   Evening service 7 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.
McArthur's Emporium has just
received 500 pounds of Weyman's
Copenhagen snuff.
The Loyalist for home news.
LIQUOR UCENSE NOTICES
NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days alter
the date of this publication, I, R. J. Mc-
Donell, intend to make application to the Superintendent of Provincial loliee for a renewal
of my retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Essington Hotel, situate at Port
Essington, K. 0., for sik months from July 1,
1900. k. j. McDonell,
May ��, 1909, Port Essington, B. C.
NOTICE Is hereby given that, thirty days after
the date of this publication, I, .1. W, Pat-
EKSON, 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 Itlg Canyon Hotel, situate at Kitselas, B. 0., for six months from July 1,1909. *��
3, W. PATERSON,
May 9,1909. Kitselas, B. C.
TAKE notice, that I, Sl'dAt* KIhby. Intend to
make application thirty days after date to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police, for a
renewal of the retail liquor license from Hotel
Caledonia (burnt down) to the (new) Hotel
Caledonia, situate at Port Essington, B, C, in
my own name only, for six months from Julv
1,1909. SfSAN KIRBY,
May 10,1909, Port Essington, B. C.
FORESHORE LEASE NOTICES
Coast Land District���District ol Skeena
Take notice, that Angus McAHster, of Claxton, occupation mechanical engineer, intends
to apply for  permission to lease the following described foreshofe!
Commencing at a post planted Oh the south
side of Porcher Island Peninsula, about 2\i
miles distant in a southeasterly direction
from Cape Oeorge; thenee 28 Chains along
shore in a northerly direction.
ANOU8 MCALISTER.
Aprils, 1909 (5-1)
Coast Land District���District ofSkceha
Take notiUl'i that Angus McAHster, Of Claxton, occupation mechanical engineer* Intends
to apply for pefmtssldtl to lease the following
described foreshore I
CorBmencih'* at a pdst planted oil the south
end tlf Elizabeth Islahd, about !)'miles distant
in a westerly direction from the west Side of
Kenned}' Island; tliertee IS chain* along shore
in a Southwesterly direction.
ANGtlS MUALISTEH
April 12,1009
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
Skeena Land "Dlstriet-District of Coast.
That William Donald Kennedy of Port Essington, occupation railroad foreman, intends
to apply fdf permissldn to purchase the following described land:
CohlmetiCihg at a post planted dil the north
bank of Skeetia river at Keith's cahlp, about 1
mile West of Aberdeeni thencC tlorih OOchans,
theticd West40chains| thence stldth 80 chains,
more or less, to hank of Skeena riVer, thenee
following river bank easterly ttl place of commencement.
William donald Kennedy.
Dated May 26, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District ol Coast.
fake notlcei that Edward Clarke, Of Prince
Rupert, ocenpatidn pdwdermaiij intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie following
described lands!
Commeheing at a post planted at the southwest corner df Sutherland's pre-emption, being
my northeast corner1! running southerly 40
chains, thence westerly 40 chains, thence northerly 40 ehliins, thtillce eastefly 40 chains to
point of ddmmencerttfent.
EDWARD CLARKE
April 6, littb Pt*r R. O. JENNINGS, Agt.
���   ������        mm      ���"���- atttBSftfc
Skeena Land District���District til Coast.
tAkE NOTlCElhatI, J. Bruce Jotinstone, of
Pfihce Rvipdrt, .occupation hatchery employe
intend to apply for.permission to purchase the
fdild*ihg described lands:
Cbtamrintlngat a post planted near tHC horth-
eatit corner of fishery reserve at l.akcist: lake,
ttlence cast about 20. chains to the southwest
Cotner of Lot 684, thchce north HO chains to the
slitire of Lakelse Lake, thenee following shore
line to boundary line of fishery reserve, thence
south to point of commencement, containing
30 acres more or less, n
(JOHN BRUCE JOHNSTONE,
April 10,1909 Name ol Applicant.
Essington
(European  Plan)
Cafe Service Best in the Northwest
R. J. McDONELL, Proprietor
Skeena Land District���DlBtrict of the Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Lilian Conner of Grave
yard Point, Skeena, occupation married woman
intends tn apply for per mis '
following described lands:
mends to apply for permission to purchase the
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Commencing at a post planted about 40
chains north of the north west corner of Thomas B. Conner's pre-emption application staked,
at Graveyard Point, Skeena River, thence north
40 chains: thence west 20 chains: thence south
40 chains: thence east 20chalns to place of commencement and containing in all 80 acres.
LILIAN CONNER.
Dated June 27,1909.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District of Skeena
Take notice, that John Flewin of Port Slmp-
on, B. C, occupation mill owner, intends to
apply for permission to lease the  following
described land;
Commencing at a post planted at high-water
mark (post marked "J. F.'s n. e. cor.), on J.
Flewin's land fronting on Port Simpson harbor;
thence west 360 feet to low-water mark; thence
along low-water mark south 60 degrees east 875
feet; thence along low-water mark north 62degrees 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    CHAROB   POR   HOT   BATHS.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED.
Hot and cold running water on
every floor.
PORT  ESSINQTON,  B. C.
The only Pirst-ClasB Hotel north of Vancouver.
if, '
CUISINE IS UNSURPASSED
ACCOMMODATIONS EQUAL TO ANY HOUSE IN NORTHWEST
Baggage transferred to and from hotel.
Large Sample Rooms for Traveling Men.   :   :   Hot and Gold Baths
MRS. S.  KIRBY,   PROPRIETRESS
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
Skeena Lahd District-District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Milton Ureeti of Van-
eouver, occupation laborer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lahds:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of District Lot 2078, thence South 80
chains to th�� southeast corner of District Lot
974, thence east 20 chains, thence north B0
chains, thenee west 20 chains to the point of
commencement. MILTON GREEN.
April 16, 1909 PerH. N. BOSS, Agt.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
Notice is hereby given that I, Robert M.
liuriiB, PrtJUpectqfi of Port Essington) ll, C, Intend to apply to the Hotl. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described piece o( land, situate
in Skeemt HlVer District, range 5, on the right
bank Of tile Skeena river, three-tluarter miles
north of Phillips creek. Commencing at a post
planted by side of J, D, Wells' northeast corner
iiost; thence west H0 chains) thollce north Bo
chains', thelice east H5 chains to bank of riVer;
thence south 30 cllaltlS by the meandering of
the river to pdst Of commencement, containing ico acres more or less,
ROBERT M, Ut'ilNS, Locator,
P8t jAbez k. ASHMAN, Agent
April 13,1909. 	
Skeena Land District���District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Cecil J. PaVrtter, of Toronto, Ontario, occupation departmental manager, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands I
Commencing al a post planted at head of
bay at south end o( Prescott Island and marked C. J. Paynter's N, 1C. corner; thence west
about 20chainsto beach; thence following
beach around southern end  of promonotory
around bay to point of commencement, and
containing 1(10 acres more or less.
CECIL J, PAYNTER.
\V. Wi CI.ARKE, Agent.
Dated Dec. 12,1908.
Skeena Land District���District Of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry N, Phillips, ol
Vancouver, occupation accountant, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands I
Commencing at a post planted at the north
end of an Island off Stephen Island in channel
between Prescott and Stephen Islands, and
marked H, N. Phillips' initial postl thence
running South about 90 chains, taking in the
HENRY N.  PHILLIPS.
Wi ""'��� Clakkk, Agent.
whole island.
Dated Dec. 12, 1908.
Skeena Land District-^Distrlct of Cassiar
Take notice that Ii Frank 1). St;  Amour of
l*ort Essington, B, (!,| occupation engineer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described latidsl
Commencing at a post planted oil tllM ftiuth
bank Hi t'lliiuihgham creek, abtlUt !!!,{ miles
from SkgenariVer, in a westerly direction, and
inaf add "j?. It. St. A. N. Eij1' thence south 20
ch��irt��i theflCe west 20 chains, tliencfc north 20
chains to bank of creek, thence Cast along
bank of cfeek to place of ooramerlcHmenti containing 40 acres more or less,
FRANK B. ST. A>10t*R.
Majr 14, 1909
Skeena Land District���District bf Coast, Rang ,*>
Take Hotlce that I, Charles Fredrick I.allemand
of Dominidn Cannery, It. C, occupation storekeeper, liitend to apply for pefmlssiorl to purchase tlie following described lands!
COmlriencing at a post planted at Hie south
west tiofner Of Lot 27: thence HOtttl 'lo chains,
thende west ��0 chains, thence south' 90 tjhaitts
more dr less, to the beach, thence east alonjl the
shore to point of eommence'nif-iiti Containing
240 acres more1 or less.
t'HARLfiS FREDRICK LALLEMAXDi
Per AlkXaniibr S'bBi.R, Agent.
Ma? 5, 19od     _���     ... 5-22
Skgerla Land District-District of Coast.
Take notice that Bernard Leitcll Jolliison of
Victoria, B. C, Occupation, master rtiaMrler.
intends to apply tor p>;rmlssiori ttj purchase
the followlhg described lands!
Cdmmenciilg at a post planted immediately
ndrth of the northwest ctirrier of Jas. Watts
purchase, Kundis Island, MHScett's Inlet, Q. C.
Isls.; thence east forty (40) chains', thence
north to shore line; thence along shore line to
point of commencement, and containing about
80 acres. ,.
, BERNARD LElTCli  JOHNSON,
Dated Dee: 9, 1908. (3-20) Locator.
Skeeilft Land DlBtrict-'-Distrlct of Coast.
|    TAKK NOTICE that Joseph Jlirdlne, of Vttn-
i cooler, B. C, occupation engineer, intends to
apply for permissfon to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted Oil the north
i side of Stephen Island, about 80 chains Wesi
I from Wm, BrUUe's N. E. corner, atld marked
I Joseph Jafdlne'S S\ E. corner I thenee sOttth 80
i chains| thence westio beach; thence following
i beach to point of commencement, and cohtain-
i ing about 80 acres mole or less.
JOSEPH JARDINK.
W.Wi CLARK*, Agent,
i Dated Dee. Hi 1908.
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Skeena Land District���District of Coasl.
! TAKE NOTICE that Oeorge E, Parry, of Van-
I COUYer, B. (',, occupation hotel-keeper, intends
; to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
| Commencing a*, a post planted On the north
, side Of an island lb Ihe channel Miming be-
i tWeeh PieJtiott arid Stephen Islands, ahd mark-
i ed OCdrge E. Parry's Initial postl thence lun-
i nltig south about ������ chains, taking Hi the
1 whole islandi and containing U)0 allies mllte, or
i less.
OEORGE Ei PARttY:
W.Wi Ci.abkei Agent.
; Dated Dec. 14, 1908.
[     ,i'ltn-��, 1      I   HI! 1����lr, , -ulnr IM1M��,
Skeena Lariil District���District of Coa t.
I    TAKE NOTICE Ulat Charlotte Glenn, of Vancouver, b. C, ticcitpiitldn housewife, intends to
I Hpply forpermi8Slortto putchasc the following
i described laflds:
|    Commencing at a post planted on the north
I side ot Stephen Island, about (Id chaitlS Weld of
1 W, P. Snee's N.  Ei cOMcr, and marked  I'har-
I lotte Glenn's X: W. Corner:   Ihence south 80
UhalhS! ihence cast to ehnlns; thence north to
beach and folldwitl'! beach anliind bay to point
oi commencement, and  containing NO acres
acres more or less.
CHARLOTTE GLENN
W. W.Clarke, Agent.
Dated Dec. 14. 1908.
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Steamer
"CAMOSUN"
Leaves Port Essington
Every Saturday Night for Vancouver
Northbound,
Leaves Vancouver Every Thursday
at 9 o'clock P. M.
This is the only steamer 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 Morrow A Frixiell.
GEORGE H.   WYATT,
DEALER IN
WALL PAPER!
PAINTS. 4c.
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MORROW 4 FRIZZELL.
Port Essington, B. C.
Headquarters  for  Leckie bools.
McArthur's Emporium.
BUTCHERS!
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Vegetables, Green Groceries, fruits.
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ALWAYS ON HAND,
We also lmike a specialty of
handling ami forwarding freight
from our large new Warehouse to
all points. SPORT
MINTO CUP
New Westminster,���The present
Minto cup season does not seem to
be over yet, although it has proved
the most strenuous the old mug
has had. The Calgary lacrosse
team, champions of the Alberta
League, are the latest aspirants to
view the invigorating wati r of the
Frazer, and contest the Salmon
Bellies on their own grounds, Secretary Ryall receiving a letter
Saturday from Messrs. McCulloch
of tho Calgary team asking for
dates about the time of the provincial exhibition, It is probable
they will be accommodated, ns the?
local team have yet to find fault
with these Minto cup games.
The local lacrosse oiii'-inis are
patiently waiting a letter which
they expect will come from Tom
O'Connel, tlie Montreal alderman
exported by Sir Edward Clouston
to referee the matches with the
Tecumsehs. Alderman Tom registered a most emphatic kick when
he invested his pay envelope and
only found a cheque for $50 therein, with no mention made of reimbursement for travelling expenses. He refused the cheque
and left for Vancouver, where he
would be found at the Vancouver
hotel. His cheek was forwarded
there but nothing more has been
seen of it.
Langford Ready for Best in Sight.
New York���Sam Langford and
his manager, Joe Woodman arrived
here on tlie Lusitania today. Langford, it will bo remembered, knocked out Ian Hague, tho English
champion heavyweight, in four
rounds at the National Sporting
Club of London, recently and was
promptly declared the "champion
of the world," by Lord Lonsdale
and other English boxing authorities, who held that Johnson by
refusing to live up to his agreement to meet Langford, had forfeited his right to the heavyweight
title.
'Hague was a big slugger, but an
easy mark for me,' said Langford
modestly. When I had him measured I got to his jaw and it was
all over. It's time that the National Sporting Club declared that
I was the real champion of the
world, and I fully appreciate it,
but I don't want to get the title
that way, antl I've come home prepared to fight any man in the
world, Johnson, Ketchel or Kaufman preferred, with Jeffries barred.
Willie Lewis? Why sure, I'll fight
him if he is game enough to step
into the ring with me, but I don't
believe you can induce him to
meet me. Ketchcl's the man I'm
after as well as Johnson. But 1
suppose I'll have to wait till they
have settled their differences in
California in October. I'll challenge the winner of that light,
however, and will bet $10,000 on
the side if i'ts agreeable.
if Johnson has really turned
down Kauffnian I will take up the
match and will fight Delaney's
man 45 rounds at Cohna whenever
Coffioth says the word. I am in
better condition than ever and feel
confident that I can beat any man
In the ring today.
Woodman said that Langford
had a most successful time in England, but after he whipped Hague-
he decided to come back to America, where the best pugilists are at
present,
'We intend to keep after the big
fellows,' said Woodman "until Sam
has won the championship of the
world beyond the question of a
doubt. He can whip them all and
our money talks.
Woodman and Langford declared
that Johnson was cordially hated
in England and that he showed
poor judgement in not filling his
theatrical engagements in London,
where a warm reception had been
framed for him.
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Children's Summer Dresses in   white lawn,  delairn
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A large assortment of Boys' tailor made suits in Sailor, Buster Brown
and Knickerbocker suits, at most reasonable prices. These are the
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LAND lease notice
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District of the Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Jolmn MaeKay of Discovery, B.C., occupation spinster, inlends to apply
for permission to purchase Ihe following deseri-
��� bed lands:
Commencing at a post  planted at the south
' east corner of timber limit   No. ;l.sf>27, thenee
. north 20 chains, thenee east NO chains, thenee
south to Tront river, thence following the sinuosities of the stream to point  of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
JOHAN MACKAY.
; Dated June 8,1901).        Robert MaeKay, agent
Skeena Land District���District of the Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander Smith of Winnipeg, occupation clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of Lot 1709, thence south 80 chains,
: thence west 20 chains, thence  north 80 chains,
thenco east 20 chains, to point of commencement, Containing 160 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER SMITH,
Dated June 3, lDOll       Robert MaeKay, agent.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Kenneth Philip Matheson
of Prince Rupert, B.C., intends to apply for
permission to lease   tHe following  described
foreshore:
Commencing at a post planted at high water
mark on tlie west side of lot number 1282 on
Porcher Island, tlience northerly following
high water mark 1,100 feet and claiming all the
foreshore to low water mark. Located the 16th
day of May, 1909.
KENNETH P. MATHESON.
Dated June 14th, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICT that Angus McAllister of Claxton, occupation mechanical engineer, intends
to apply for permission lo purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the southeast corner of White Cliff Island, thenee west
Co chains, tlience north 80 chains, thenee east
(ill chains, thence south 80 chains.
ANGUS McALISTER.
Dated May 19th, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that  Angus McAHster of Claxton, occupation mechanical engineer, intends
to apply for permission to lease the following
.lescribed land:
Commencing at a post planted on the sout.i
easl end of White Sand- Island, about 1 mile
distant from the north end of middle Dundas
islnnd, thenee south 5 chains, thence west 1
chains, thence north T> chains, thence east -I
chains. ANGUS McALISTER.
Dated May 17,1909.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District of Coast.
TAKE NOTiCE that Andrew C Skylhurd of
North  Dakota, occupation  farmer, intends to
ipply for permission to purchase the following
apply lor permiss
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 200 feet
���just of SE corner of Lakelse Lake thence east 40
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west to
chains, thence south 80Chains, to point of commencement and containing 320 acres more or
less. ANDREW C. SKYLBURD.
Dated May 18'h, 11109.
Skeena Land  District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that John O. Chisholm of North
Dakota, occupation  farmer, intends  to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 2,i0 feet
south of the south end of Lakelse Lake, Oiencc
south 80 chains, tiieueeeast 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenee west 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 010 acres more
or less. JOHN O. CHISHOLM.
Dated May IS, 1909.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that Robert B. Hutton, of North
Dakota, occupation farmer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 250 feet
south of the south end of Lakelse Lake, thenee
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thenee
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, nnd containing (HO acres
more or less. ROBERT B. HUTTON.
Dated May 18, 1909.
jSkeena Laud District���District of Coast
TAKE NOTICE that William Donald Kennedy
of Port  Essington, occupation   railroad  foreman, intends tonpply for permission to purehnsc 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, thence norjh 80 chains,
thence west-10 chains, thence south 80 ehnins,
moreor less to bank of Skeena river, tlience
following river bunk easterly to place ol commencement.
WILLIAM DONALD KENNEDY.
Dated May 2fi, 1109.
Skeena Land District���District ol ('oast.
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, thence south 80 chains,
thenee east 20 chains, thenee north 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing llio
acres more or less. DEWITT LEWIS.
Dated May 17th, 1909.
Skeena Land District-1 District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Laurson of North
Dakota, occupation farmer, intends to apply
] for permission to purchase the following described labils:
I Commencing at a post planted about 100 feet
from nofth side of Lakelse River, Ihence north
20 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south
���20 ehnins, thence east 80 chains to point of eoni-
��� meneenient and containing 1(10 acres more or
i less, PETER LAURSON.
1    Dated May 17th, 1909.
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and Gents' Furnishings
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NOEL & WARD
���JACKSON BUILDING
DUFFERIN ST.
ESSlNlfON, B> C:
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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In addition to our superbly outfitted Millinery Department the ladies
of Essington and vicinity will rind a newly selected stock of Women's
Furnishings embodying all the latest patterns and designs in Silk and
Net Waists, Costumes, Cravenettcs and Raincoats, etc., and to which
we call special attention.
MRS.   S.   FRIZZELL'S
"THE REST-AWHILE STORE"
Corner Dufferin and Wharf Sfrcets,:    : Port Essington, B. C.
J. W. PATERSON
Kitselas Canyon, B. C.
General Merchandise
Groceries,  Provisions. Miners,
Prospectors and Settlers' Supplies
^
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Firct flacc   Hntol   *^un  *n connection, affording every conven-
I II MnJldSo   IIUU5I   ience to the traveling public.    Rates' $2 a day
Drink
Corby's
Rye Whiskey
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
MATURED AS WHISKEY SHOULD BE���
" SMOOTH  AND MELLOW ��
V
"ASK THE MAN"
R. S. SARGENT
HAZELTON, B. C.
General Merchandise, Miners,
and Prospectors' Supplies, Etc.
Prospectors, miners and settlers will find this store fully equipped
with everything necessary in their particular calling, and should remember that we are prepared to furnish complete outfits, no matter
how small or how large.
RAILWAY TILS WANTED
The undersigned is prepared to
make contracts on behalf of the
G. T. P. railway for delivery of
quantities of railway ties alongside
of right of way now under construction east of Prince Rupert. Address
F. CRANDELL, G.T.P. Off ice, Prince Rupert
Harrison, Campbell & Mills
Company, Ltd.
DRUGGISTS   SUNDRIES
WANTED
Kodaks, Films and Photo Supplies
Big line always on hand
Send in voiir orders
Address of W. G. Anderson, fore*
merly foreman for Matheson &
Hampton C. M. & St. P.  Railway. I
Notify   m   Richardson,  Box  16; HARRISON, CAMPBELL & MILLS CO.
Port Essington.
,   Read The Loyalist and get at) IHe
Home news!
(Limited)
DRUGGISTS
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