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VOL. v.
PRINCE  RUPERT,   B,   C,    THURSDAY,  .MARCH  25,  1915,
Price  ">  Cents,
NO.  11-'
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MARK
GERMANS BEFORE TH
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FISH LUMiHEON OF
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Excellent Mid-Day Meal Served On
Board G. T. P. Steamer Prince
George The Various Courses Being
Fish—Facts   Given    Relating   To
The Industry At This Port
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At the fish luncheon on hoard the]all objections that may be raised by
steamer Prince George yesterday,
the Board of Trade's compliment to
the fishery committee of that body,
the following letter was read by the
president, D. Q. Stewart:
"March   18,  1916.
"II.  (I. Stewart, Esq,
"President   Hoard  of Trade,
"Prince Rupert, B, C.
"Hear Stewart,;—Your much appreciated telegram n reived from
your hoard in connection with the
Bail and Bonding regulations. As
far as I am concerned it has been s
long and tedious fighl and one with
many obstacles to overcome. Many
times within the lasl year I have
been absolutely disheartened in coping with it, bul I sincerely hope that
the citizens now in Prince Ruperl
who musl play a big part in developing this trade will be fully alive to
the  situation   and  endeavor  to  meet
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British Aii ships Damage Suhm arines
London,  March   24.-   The   Admiralty annoum   s thai    a   B Iti:
air raid  has been successfull;   carried  out   on   the  German    subma-
■x    nut1- al  F-Ioboken and at Antwerp.   Considerable damage  was doni
J?    to the works there and io two of the submarines.
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GRAND SMOKER T0
BE GIVEN! NIGHT
the foreign concerns which will still
endeavor to give Prince Rupert, a
black eye.
"Please extend my sincere thanks
to your Board.
"Yours truly,
"II. s. CLEMENTS."
The luncheon itself   was   entirely
of lish,  the menu  being as  follows:
Sardines Bloater Toast
Prince Rupert Cocktails   .
Clam  Chowder—Metlakatla
.Mayonnaise of  Lobster—Kaien
Cracked Crabs a la Tsimpsean
I'i ied Oysters—Shawatlans
Broiled    Skeena     Salmon     Steaks
Sauce   Clements
Boiled and French  Pried Potatoes
Boiled  Kltsumkalum Cauliflower
Digby  Pudding   Prince George Trifle
Re-Morse  Tartlets
Dessert
Tea Coffee
After the luncheon D. G. Stewart,
-   president, said:
i Continued  on  Pace Two.)
CONSERVATIVES     IVILL    GATHER
l\  ST. ANDREW'S  HALL
THIS  EVENING.
William   Manson  Will   Address   the
Meeting—Programme  of
Music.
COPPER ■■■■UTPUT
IN THE PROVINCE
BRITISH   COLVMillA    IS    LOOKED
TO AS SOUSCI. OF Sl'PPLY
FOR   Fl'Tl'IlK.
CHOICE OF DELEGATES
The Attorney-General Was Tendered
A Complimentary Nomination—
Not A Dissenting Voice Was Heard
In Vancouver Convention-Marked
Honor Shown Minister
German Attempts To
Recapture Ground At
Notre Dame Has Failed
This evening in St. Andrew's
Hall there will be a smoker held in
the interests of the Conservative
pany. William .Manson, M. P. P.,
will address the meeting, which will
not be of a decidedly formal character. There will he a number of musical selections during the evening.
The smoker will begin at S
o'clock.    All friends of the parly are
It. ('. Campbell-Johnston Gives Inter-
esiiiia»- Figures Relative to
Subject,
Premier McBride in speaking he-
fore the II. C. Mining Institute at
Victoria recently commented on the
Hon.   ..'.  .1.   Bi iv:   r, the A'tl
General of l       province, nom
ination,    together   with    the    other
Conservative    standard   bearei
Vancouver,  was announced   in   these
i     . : ", oled
me.
ia!   this  should
'  m inning,  he   said:    "This   convention   in    passing   the   resolu
will   liitinsly   answer  the    niuliituili-
columns  las:   Sunday,  was   given   a'nous charges, all of them false, made
most Hattering reception in his homi   againsl   the  Attorney-General   In  re-
i onsliiuency.   Tiie exchanges to hand Bard  to certain alleged  miscnrrl    -
from  the  south    with   details    showjof justice.   Mr.   Bowser   has   always
copper output  of the   Coast   region j that  Mr.    Bowser   was   tendered    a  been  ready to meel  and answer fair
being   more   than    fifty     per   cent, complimentary   nomination.    He   was charges.  He  has wiped  away cl   i
i
larger than any previous year's pro-.tiie  unanlmo*   - iol.ee  of     ie    w ■'■  i   .1 '"    li     I    the  besl
duction.   This is particularly gratify- noting convention. 'til      in      Cuuafla      today.
Ing in  this time when Great Britain
is   searching   the    Empire    for    Hi is
metal   so  necessary   for  the    forging
asked io attend. While the' provin-1of artillery ordinance and ammuni-
cial election has not yet been an- tion cases. The Coast district, tho
nounced  definitely  it  Is  I'elr that   11 Premier pointed out, had been grad-
Mr.  Bowser,  independentl.i   and
will    he    coming   on   very   shortly.ju'ally  Increasing  the  copper  prodm- -j .,,.., u,,,.   |-n)lu   the  othel    .,,,.    ,.andi
Party    followers   should    meel    and tion  during recenl   years.  The  lowe:
hear  the questions of the   day   dis- Coag(     d._trld    ,„.,„,,„.,,„    ,aal    yeari
EUSBed. | -j ij   n7fl   OAS     nftiini-o    .if    -iniinay    -_n(     of'
As soon  as   the   chairman   call. .   '''  "'        ' ■:i'  tMs •"-     :l"
for nominations,   Mr.    li.    R. :     "   discreetly.    if the  most  hril-
Ih ir   lav .- - ■:   in  '' c city, and
:■    Idi    ' "   : ol j tii s,   ii id
me tliei     i ■_     no    '■ I tome
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an I lie ki i
.- I on  Pago Pour.)
laud :   Id  lie thought  tin   con    .   I
would  do. itself great   honor    b
cording a  unanimous nomination   to]
dates chosen   by  ' lie con      lio.
UtltlVALS   FROM   SOI I'll
BY THE  PRINCE GEORGE
13,070,245   pounds  of  coppei
ia total of 57,020,627 pound - f
'past live years. For the  who!
'district    24,199,621     pounds     were
'taken out lasl  year  from  a-tola! of
Paris,   March   -4.—An   official  report says:
"In  North Arras Ihe Germans attempted two attacks on a large Bpuv
oi  Nol ■-    I .   -im lug tho ai "I'i   ot
March   23-4. Their tlcfeal  was
plete.
Italy May "Come In.
Cent" a. March 24.- Austrian engine! i's have blown up all i lie build-
in i bi tween Sugana Pass, In the
•al the fortified Austrian city
of Trent, ind tin Lake Guards ha e
b en  , i ;  on  the Italian   frontier.
'68,260,731   for  the  pasl   five   years.
Passengers Who Reached  Here Vcs- This amount   was  chiefly    mined   at
lei'tlay by tho Grand Trunk the  Britannia   Mines and  in   Hidden
Pacilic Steamer. Creek, 36 per rent, of the total  fori
    [the  live  years   was    thus    mined    in
1914,   Tiie  total  copper    production
Russian Victories Reported
,' Coast ■*
From Points Of Attack
On The Eastern Front
-    -nl,   March   _ I.   -An  official tho German    wei    fo
ni. I'iizi'.   l-'ii :n    countei
lunoum . menl   says:
i
On  the right  bank of the I ere r< pulsed.
tin   1111-1  is given  by   the    provincial  mver ,,„  the  Skwa-Orzyo  fronl    en       "ln   the    Carpal i
mineraloglBl  as   44,96S,'541    pounds   gagements for the possession til   [si      n   advancing.      They   I elzed
er pas- worth $5,845,910. \ate6  points of     tn oral fortified  heights,  Everyv   -   e
i he  ■ o  's- i   ii tacks    of    the   enemy
Tlte   (1.    T.    !'.    steamer    Prince
George which  arrived  yesterday   on
time as  usual,  had  anion
sengers the following: "The   Manufacture  of   Copper   in ing a more i
C.   Phillips,   George    Davis,   C.  C. British Columbia," is the title of an  tinn   an
lei loy, .1.  Ma ; ■■--
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\.  Pearson, I Infoi mine    article by    R
.'..    -inundson,  Ft.  V. Switzer,   C.  A. bell  Johnston,  minim       ngineer,    i'i  bul  sure  ;
C.   Camp-  acler,    I hi
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Pari   .ii   I town of  Ravi retto
mi.., il  in  tl ■ .   nd    The  Inti n
"In                       an attack was ,    ,.
an Itali n
ten:    ed   i             .    fortil    I position                , ,.,-.' 11
at   lloausejour  which    was   also   ■■    .     :    . Ueen   Interned   In  the
puis id." . lor
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Thursday, March
1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    IjOURNAL
prince -Super* Courtrai
Telephone L'S.
O.  H. N 1.1.SON. Editor.
Office:    128   Third   Avenue    Eas .   ,    m ,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13SS; '
Postoffice Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Monday.   Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid  in
advancer—
.$5.00
$2.50
.$]
One   Year   	
Six   Months   	
Three   Months   	
If    not    raid    in    advance,
per  Month    -O.S0
:i.l.Y EDITION.
Published  every Friday  foi
lation   outside   the   City   of   Prince
Ruperl al   12.00 a yeai ed to
,     In C       la; i r $3 00 a.yea    to
„'l   point!    in  the United    Kingdom, flcially
the al^________________________________B_______H
Ii than Board     or -
Advertising   Rules  Upon  Application    -:i   ;" and
,____aa___~____-~      ' '
littee        : meral,   ami   Mr.   G
.'■ -:  kt I'soif,    the     chairman     of   thai
immi   ee, in particular.
"Mr.    Nlcl       m,      :   you   are   ali
been indef itigable in his
effori :    ,   .lih   the    Hsli-
irii      onces Ions. For the ; ;;.-:  three
lie has lal   red ning, noon
ami     niglil    thinking   lis.i,    ami     no
doubt  eating  H.-ii  once in  a  n lille in
: Imself : o furl ber effort.    :'        -    ffi . i      ■ " -ni
I  the honoi   in I
I.      id iI
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Contains alioiitl^^^^^^^^^
SI .50
SPLENDID  FOR   PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 39 Is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" Influence that
50 often drives manufacturers to the
use of nferlor chemicals ami processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
nf    having    his   supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPE
"00" destroys nccuimilations  it  lint,    paper,    cloths
grease,  vegetables,  soap,  fruit and many others,   li
DON'T ARGUE
lies    lumping.
1)1 N'T    PUT   OFF
hair,    slime.
- harmless to
TEST    IT
. ■      ■:     b         enerallj cesi   i!    : i    ■ ;- n Ing
Im   that it i:   bought   ivi      I      iver a    In   I      tl     -■	
i: i .; ii. but  Inasm nch as no on   can     .-■ ctual          II Ion in
istiui     Ithin a pipe, It i     I                    oss'.l ir tin   manufacturer oi th        ile 'to ' ■  ■   nti     i        mlt.
•    JT«   Om   Om
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.   Prince  George   every   Friday at O a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,Marcli      II, -JS, etc.
For Massett anil i'ori Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m.  Saturday,
March   II, .JO, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockcport, etc., S.S.  Prince -lohn   11    p.m.   Sunday,
. Iiu-cl   7, 21, etc.
For Steiviii't  nnd Naas River 8.8.  Prince John  O   a.m.    Wednesday,
March    IO, 24, etc.
For __n,vox   (Granby  Buy)  S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   IIAOW-V SCHEDUItE
Trains leave Prince Rupeil in Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting with  trains for St. Paul. Chicago ami nil  points  east.
Trains arrive  from  tlie east an Thursdays and Sundays ut 0.30 p.m.
-
March
1915,
DISORGANIZE!)   PARTY.
The  postponement  of the   provin- of hearin
recent]
indoubted      will  result   in   a
: i  ri ase  of    business    to    the
1 rince  Ruperl
"We shall  now   have the  pleasure
from   Mi.  Nickerson and
will
cial  election  is having the effect of afterwards    the    commissioner
give you  some  interesting   facts   ii
showing the utter weakness of the
Liberal opposition. Goaded forward
by the facl that Ihey believed the
campaign was to lie a short one,
tiiat party made heroic efforts to
conceal the fact, that it was a party
divided into all kinds of factions and
bound together only by one great desire to get into power. When it was
announced that the date had been
altered from what was originally intended that party began to show its
disorganized  condition.
Only in the north has the disintegration of the party been concealed
and that by the most heroic of
methods. A triumvirate of candidates iu thjs city boldly went in
and. dividing the territory among
them, announced themselves conquerors,  usurping   tlle   positions   of j
i
representatives of the party. When
election day conies these will meet
tliir punishment, not. only at the
hands of the Conservatives but also
at the hands of Ihe independent
Libel als who si ill believe in the
rights of all in Hie party being protected.
In   Vancouver   the split   has    be
come so pronounced that  tlie   nominating  convention   ol   the   Liberals
had  to  be    adjourned   without    any
nominal Ions,    , -     ' as    "ine   kind  ol
healini    bi ine   effected,    ■>■■,    Martin
laim      o  have come  from    sir
ler   wiih   extraordinary
ador  m
i;- ■■ :1   li it
■. ti-'  att   eked 3un   and    i-'.
Wadi hough  i he Sun  in  iis arti-
cli     "i  incorporation .   duty
iga -    tor   time
and  fi
will.-.
Libi
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connection   with   the   lish   business
G. W. Nickerson, speaking on behalf "I tii" fisheries commute,
the Board of Trade, said they felt
tlie honor done them but he felt
that what they had done did not
warrant such. He said they owed a
great deal to Mr. Clements, Ihe
Member. He had done a great deal
for this city. He had no doubt impressed upon the Minister at Ottawa
the advantages that would come
from this concession. If something
were not done here his efforts would
be belittled. The disadvantage here
was the fact that there were not
enough buyers of flsh here. It was
necessary, he telt, to have a common lish wharf here. If the city fell
down in its efforts the citizens
would have io step in. The cost
would not he great. About $13,000
would do it. It would not matter
whether the individual got. returns
for lhe money invested so long as
the general advantages were attain
•d,
R S. Wright, the commissioner
was called upon to addres the gathering.    He said:
"Mr,   President   and    members    oi
the  Board  of Trade,   the    following
figures  gathered   from   data  on    file
.j   ill"  Bureau   of  Information    maj
be  of  ns"  in   showing   not  onl;
iiiiin '■      '.     , -'i   i he     i■■ i enl
pei ts    ol    the    fishing    Industry
Rup    t.
Hi'    ■   ii- rul     line   of   ari     nenl
taken  as  to this  industry is  usually
basi :   in   : In    fill lire  vain,-  of  il    lo
Princi    Rupert.     While    tbe    future
sini i-  Hi"   grant-ii '   of   I he   con
sions  has  I si umed   .       i     re
ect,   li       .:   In   appt rent   .
figures I quote thai nol only . r.
fishing    trade   futun     iroi   i   i
Pl Im  i   Ruperl n ng,    bul
Ion  the city ol        Im
CHEM'CAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
G.T.  RAILW W SYSTEM
The   Rouble-track    Louie
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,
Montn al.   etc,
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any pan of the world apply It) tlle G.T.P. Ticket Oniee,"" Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lints.
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Coai, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LIKE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
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SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
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Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
I'HONE 101, P.O.  DRAWER 1645
330 SECOND AVE
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Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
I'lISST. AVE. .1X11 MoBRlDE ST. PRINC I'l Ill TKL'I    I
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(Continued  from  Page   tine.)
"Your Board is unfortunate in
having for Its pn ■ Idenl this year
one nol p Ifti ■' In the line arl of oratory. On an  occasion Biich as this it
«" ild i"   my    ■:   :- ■    anil pleasure,
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tloi easti ''n  . . irkel
the pi      -■!   Prince  Rii]   rl    lie|
in.   With  the eiin-
itnined   add
and   unitt 'I   di lei minal lor    to   make
the   mosl    ol   11 em -   Prinee   Ruperl
will   in   1 li I."' and  future yean,  begin
■   i i nine the  place she   is entitled
to in tiiis Indus.tr}*.
"The ii- un a given Biiow that   the
psliin •  i ■ .'■■ Is i -en now coming to |
:!■'       ri   in  I'tisl   Increasing   volunr
Mom!-      tei   montl     liowt    n   Head
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Capital     $  11,560,000
Reserved   Fund $  18,500,00.0
Total   Assets    $185,000,000
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Branches   Tlu-oughoul    Canada and Banking Connections With All
Parts of tlie United States. Agents Throughout the World,
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PRINCE    RUPERT
JOURNAL
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Thursday,  Man h  25,  1915,
of about  16  million pounds ot halibut    landed   at    British     Columbia
ports   in   1914   our  share    was   ovei
9  million  pounds,   valued   at $460,-
000.    That   of  Southern   British,Columbia was roughly  6  millions or   .--Well, y,
million-,  including  about   il   million''1"''  '<>  do   "' you   must  I
I' American  lis!-,  landed al  Vancou-jsupply    beii    _-ant_   on
i '   sis. Al   tli    :.•:• seni  tiiiT
.irounti   . I. Li"  per annum,
He |
' This   Industry   was    here    before'     Tlle   old
Britannia, Skeena   Land    Districl -;    of
I ercentagi basis They, i'i . Idii ii '
in others engaged in the handling
and distribution of this product, are
worth   going   afti r,
the city of Prince Rupert was on the
map, and at present practically the
whole of  the benefit   derived   there-1have, been  taught,  Is  to  be
at Darn
erations
. veral
naval     . adi :
L'neeii  Cl arlotte  Islands.
o
ver.
are   they   not?i_roni   goes   to- Vancouver   and    the
Bul in or- south.   In addition  most of the sup-
able   to  plies     si     I'ome   From  the .south.   It
has a  eapiial   ill', est ment  of approx!-
•   citylmately  -1 '-..   million  dollars, and   Its
TAKE NOTICE  .hut Pet.r Piombo,
of   Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   ocen.
broken '• in,oni,s "' apply tor per
mission to    r I for coal and  pe
troleum a ■-      ::-   folio iving di
lands on     ie Wesi  Coast of Graham
Island:  Commi n    .    at a    osl
etl three i -_. o£ the uortl -  i   •
corner oi Lot 2437, thi nee north  80
,; .,l;.,. chain , then .< il -'-    chain , the:   i
south    SO    chains,  I hem -    east
head  : ...i and  is now  chains,   to   poinl   of  commencement,
up,   .Men are   removing   the   houses
on  fleck, and  up] ir works, so as  to
rei are  her  for  In i   lasl   voyi
the  north   of   Eni land.    Thi
IMPERIAL HIE IR'
it.  Ine.    Installed  t
Repairs
0.y-.-!'f'[.v!i'iir   Plant    In    Con
Phone  Red   150 I Mini
"Up   io  Aimnst,  1914, Prince Kit-1"1'  Prince  Rupert ran   furnish   bulk reveniu   foi   1914  was approximate!.   1:!1"l',,i    ■"    Darlnii ith,    ivhence    It
pert shipped  nothing as far as (his|l   ,,|s such  as Hour,   -anned   goods, $2,207,S7..  it  employs aboul   1,000
•vil|  be  transf       \   io  tbe   gr ids
containing
ja_'.i
010 acn    "i  I.-...
i'L'l ER  iP]
j. h. fflLDrrcH
Contractor and BuiJdei
l-,'stiiii:ii'-s given mi nil   classes ot
work,  whether small  oi   lurge.   Per-
the    Royal    V   al    College   and; .
Industry was concerned to the easl     '     :i-  Vancouver   rlci     but coil neii  d ring  the    teason,   vet   wli"f;.,,,.,,,,,,  ,j,0,...  .,.
ern markets by dlrecl  route. In Sei    teas,  sugar    -;■-..   etc.,   are   all   loo      ■   ■ trade lias   Princefo]d sllip
tember the railway service was start- :ii-'!!-    '"'  Is costing  $3    -.   Ion   al   Ruj        received?   True,   il    in ram.- 	
Date located, December 3rd, 1914. BOnal attention  given to every Hem
ed.    NTow note these figures:    From  Ketchikan nnd  55 al   Princi   Rupert,  B nt lis heel   In   the  south   be- j
Sej.1   nber to December,    1914,   tlie j Bait is costing $20    er ton at Ketch-    □ In a    osltlon to com-j
mon.l.ly   average   of   n '       rdducl n Qnd    ,5    t p, _    ,. gn(]      , .   ,.,„  „
shipped   to   eastern    markets    dl
over il"   tran i ontinental  was   948,-
068  i otinds per monl h. In Janii ir
1915, a  total   of 1,407,000   pounds.
1915,
The
In    February
total   value  of   these  shipments  was
approximately $356,295.
"In   addition   : '    pounds   nf
herrlni   was   received   and    125,000 ,,,„.,,-,,.,,,   „  we  „,,„.   ,       ,  ,,,,,„„.,,,,.
pounds of cod   besides a considerable Therefor,      ., ;,.,.,. ,,. m Ue .   ..  ,,
quantity of shell flsb, etc. ,ng  ,.,   ,,,,_   [0 Jllstifj    our   .siting
"The total value of flsh received f01. |i)a! renewal. Thin means thai
In 1914 at the port of p/iuce Rupert action Immedi. action Is neces-
being nearly $500,000. Not so bad j 8BPy |f Prince Ruperi is to get the
for n young Industry, is il?. fUn benefits she is entitled to.
"Seattle's receipts were roughly ns| "In addition, we are apt in Unto the lialiliul trade -IS million j struggle for rue deep sea fishins'
pounds, valued at 2}_ million dol-llrade, to forget that pari of the Ashlars. Her total halibut fishing fleet! ins trade, which is already fully es-
mimber 97 deep sea fishing vessels, tablished In the northern part of
with a total crew of 1,209 men. The British Columbia. I refer lo the sal-
average earnings of these men   are mon indusrty.
what
■ into   of the si:, ena   Li nd    I,;.  rii I    Dif trlcl    of
Queen  Chai lol ti   Isl nds
	
ol   Princ    !:■:; ert,    B.C.,   occu
Pi      - ■  or, Inti nds ti   i
t fi I und
troleum
■   -.
■ a po    ■
eti ti'. c milt s easl anil one mil-       I
■■   ' '■-■ '  .' '   "
no  -      ' 0   .-:■;■ ;. ..   , leil  e     I
Iii le, ]        ours b;   righl  of ing to  tbe firm  will  be coll 80  chains,  llience  south   80   cliains,
on   and   production.    We    ■ -       !-   ' ''   !;i'":-       for  the   -
.,.!■, ■in-,-..::   Innumerabh   ovei    dl -  i   :'"'  I)artnori '    '       CC0UI]
owing by the fii m  will be   paid   by
[ONE QR1 EN :i_l
-■:    m' the railway
distillate Is  -        L dt rla      ',-1 erl    liai    changed   aillBOive
DLSSOLI     ION    '•'   riCE.
t.\ki:   vi.ti. ,:  thai   lhe  firm
:-'   ■ .       _gm ■     .     o, lias      - .-   dis
" sol    ,, iipon the
this.   ".' - -      hi    ■       nl i    i       A. D. 1915, i ad ..      ,u  ., ..,  .
luctlon;  in soi
11    : lit    I
■- ; o slow iii coming. We have
io rendei an i ccounl of pul   -
ship  al   Ottaw a   m si    I 'ecember    In
regard   to   the  eonci sslons, reeei   ;
FREDERICK   PETERS,   K C.
Barrii l or and Motaij Publli
Offlci
oints,  bul   there are also obsti   I
in tlie path, which only united effort
on the pan of all cil Izens of Princ
Ruperl,   irrespective    of   everything,
can  remove.
"Gentlemen, Prime. Rupert's population in 1915 Is around 6,000. It
Is for ourselves and ourselves alone
to say ivhal it shall be in llli'.". We
have it  in our own hands."
the i lid .1. !'■■-     i. . iii.    on a co in
of the firm. Dated at  Prinee Ruperl    ,.-
B.C.i this 4th _ 13 of ;'.. hruary, A. D
1915.
.1.     FRED    RITCHIE.
A. E. WRIGHT.
C. T. Howard  (witness to both   sig
natures). _5marl
Bullets,  Iron  lit.Is, Springs,   Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets and Pillow*
nt March Bargain Prices.   George i).
I Tlte, the House Furnisher.
SSII
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ST.L0UJ5. U.S.A.
1
or tne Mouse)
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
eei:
Thai was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 1-12 acre-—equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,OIK) people, and to 1,500 more in its
branches,.
Every process,every r< om       -  ■-
Every bottle i-- Pastcurl
This Ouaiity-Plai nearly SO
,i | i, is n model of i
The hundreds
e-, i .  day know  th ■
could be made any bettoi
theni        ■        Ins,  to poin
eonts Inlng 640 ai res
more or less.
PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th,  191 i
——  Ollire:   Smith
of
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
i
;a '-.'.■  ■■-   _  i
Ipecialty
Block.   Third   Avenue
Land    I District
Quel n   Charlotte  Islands. .
TAKE NOTICE thai  Peter Piombo,
March Furniture Sale ,-ti George
!>. Tile's, all departments. Record
discounts for cash.
Groceries—Our priees are the lowest In town. You will save money o~
almost every article. Give us a ti'ia
order today. Phone 12.1. Prompt de
l.very. Mussallem & Co., 423 Fjfcii
Ave. East,
Notice is hereby given that on th
£rst day of April next application
will be made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police and to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now ear
tied on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
Lots 16 and 17, Block 11, Section 1,
situate on Second Avenue, City o
Prince Rupert, to premises situati
on Lots 15 and 16, Block 32, Section 1, on Fraser Street, In the City
of Prince Rupert.
Dated  this 27th of February, A.I)
1915.
Beaver  Wholesale    Liquor   Compan,
of   Prince   Rupert,   Ltd.
28mar28 C. A. SWEET,  Mgr
Skeena   Land    Districl   -Districl    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE ..OTIC-   <._t Peti
" Ince  Rupert,   B.C.,   oc
I;   fui  per
nil   Ion to' | :■"■-.. cl  for coal and ; ■
■ i    ' r the ;' '!''.■■ :'; !
Ir.nd    '. '-'. -■!    Co si of Graham
' i- ■   ■ i , -i
,   -
i of th"      irl coi ■'•'■■ of Lot
■' "   , thenci   non li SO thi nee
1    chains,   then e           80 B0"tn   '"    chl
.    ,   ■' - east   80   chains,    to chain
point ol    .-<:■■    ■     ■ ntainli
li 10  acres   more  or  less.
nI'll PETER   I IOMBO,
I "ii-   loi i  ed. December  Ith,  191 '.
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospeel for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a posl planted live miles east and one mile nortli
of the north-east corner of Lot 2435
thenee nortli 80 chains, thence west j
SO chains, thenee south SO chains.
thenee east SO chains, to point of]
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
.a29 PETER   PIOMBO,
Date located, 4th December, 1914.
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
(on .iiltiig Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Ktc.
7f 9 Dunsmuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—District    o
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE  that  I,   D.    Hogg
of Queen  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer,  intend  to apply for permis
>ion   to   purchase   the   following    described lands: Commencing at a pos
planted     at     the     south-west      eor
er of Gooden   Island ,in   Bearskin
Bay, tbeuee easterly thence norther
Iy,   thenee   westerly,   thonce   souther
y,  following shore line to point   of
omniencement, containing five aeres
nore or less.
DANIEL  HOGG.
Dated  fllh February,  1915. f!3
HAIRDRESSINC
PARLORS
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Trtai-
ment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   SJ. Ii. Handiisyde, Prop.
211  Third St PRINCE RUPERI
P.O. Boi 3714 Telephone 44.
RITCHIE,   AGNEW! &   CO-
Civil I.ngincers and Surveyors
Prince  Ruprrt,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Whafl
-onstruction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
_Mectric Blue Printing, Negatives an<
Wli.te   Prints
Pbme Blue  183 Res.  Phone 391
LIKDSAr Sl GARfilGE ft STOVMBi
0. T. P CARTA.il. AGENTS
331 SKCO.VD AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
It handled by  us. All orders recelvi
prompt .mention   I'boue No. 68.
Phone   9.3.
Form  11.
Form of Notice.
Skeena    Land    Dislrict—District    01
Const  Range  5.
TAKE       NOTICE     that     Edward
Chesley,   Prospector,  of  Shames,  In
tends   to   apply   for    permission    to
ease  the   following   described   land:
lantt d ""
-.1      mile en I  of Mile Pos
83 "I ■ I.T.R. from  I'i in-      lu    i'l
ortli     boundary    line    of
rlghl   of   way    and    nbi
■  le    ■ terly from
■       '. .:-'
.1  10 chains, thence '    r'   ;'
In If)
PH.   Box  31
Pacific Cartage; Limited
Gem-rul   Teaming
Furniture   Moving   a  Specialty.
■'.   bu;   COA1    I   v the  BEST
or  Comox
Washed   Nut
The ^ueen Charlotte
Oil Fields limited
I'.iiililiii"   '"i   .nl.   ol  _
.'•■' -"i-    il    '-"ii-:".ne   Stork
CEO,  F.   MACDONALD,   Sec-Trena
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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.nmh   80    chain
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containing 640 acn i  le
i'l-TKi;    PIOMBO.
■ii, Deceml
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; .    1915.
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MANUFACTimBRS
DOOItH,   BASH,   MAM'I'HS,   MOULDING8,     SOROU      '.M     BAN1
SAWING,  un  U.i. kinds OK FINISHINGS,   »Wl«K   AND   OK-
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PRINCE     Uri'ERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
. RANITB  of  bi ll   <;    i It)   ami  thoroughly  tested   tor  sale
Out  Stone or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantitia.s
<Eil. 3. McLEOD      rii me Green '-M7
~"OCEAN FIS_J C07'~~
i-'resli i'isli Arriving livery  Day
.'_t_ld.  Oi tiers Promptlj Attended To
PHONi. BLUE -"ill
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISHING AND
WALL TINTING
Skeena   Land   District  —  District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICB  that    At,drew   W.
MaeLean, of  Prince Rupert,   II.   O.
occupation Carpenter, intends tu apply  for  permission   to  prOBpi cl    foi
coai and  petroleum over the follow-
in ;'   il' scribed   lands   on    the    West
-   ,.,   i.,--,, am   ' :  nd:   Coinmenc-
-■ .. - illos ■■ irtl
- ,.,i  tine mi        rst of the   north i asl
corner of Lol     ', '■'' ■   north SO
hem ........ nee
south   I . -:'.-'.     ' s"
bains  io   poinl   of    commencement,
containing G 10 aeres u  ur It -1.
ANDREW    W.    MacLKAN.
lis Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located  -3rd  December, 1914.
GOVHI.N'M.BNT WEATHER
HI-PORT.
Furnished   by   1.   W.    DowliBj
For 2'4 hours ending ..  p.m.
March 24.
Bar   reduced  to sea level
::   :..   ■   ii mperature   . . .
Lowest  temperature  ....
30.178
63.0
36.0
CANADA'S EXHIBIT
EXCELS OTHERS
NOTICE.
The i.-mail.an Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
frem the a-hove fu»d, resident tn the
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the Empire or her Allies
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization.
tf W. fl   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
The imperial Oil Company hereby
HIGH-GRADE
DECOR AITING    A
l.NTERIOR'
I \l.'i .
Martin Swanson
SECOl  -    V.VE BRII
(HHWJKH3-&PO 00 000 4 00 OO ra-ettWBK-
I CANADIAN STEAM 1
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
(Latest and Approved   •
HOnly  Skilled    Operators   Employed
Skeena   Land    District—Districl    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
. ;•  Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
I j ti.. aor, Intends to apply '
,, ■ .       ui  Eor '■ ml and 11 -
.-    over the follow :   • del i ribotl
lands on  tb    Wi .1  Coasl  of SrahamjH
Island: Commencing ai a    ost plant-
miles   lorth  nnd  one   mile
,:: ,  of ti:-   a-- i fh-easl  corner of Lot
_' i:-. 7, thi nci   north 80 chains, theace
ea |   -. ■    chains,    tl enc ■      outh    SO
thei i •    wesi   80    ohainB,    to
poinl   of  comi ':-    lontaiminj
6 I -■ aci  ■   m  re ar lei
,..,-' ■■I'i'i'i.r.   PIOMBO
;,,i,   io iated, Dei amber ;>rd,  I8l -l
3.   McLEAN  OF  THE    CANADA
RAILWAY   XI-'.WS    HAS   RE.
TURNED.
infirm-  Otlier Reports Respecl
ing tin-  Exhibit  of tlie
Dominion.
 a i ■■      Island
na    Land     Districl--   DiMr-i.'    of abo'        any
:■■'-■■,      P , Hutchinson
of Prim '•     *-r--    'aceniMtUn-
.-.-'.   _»r »e.-
ion to pi -1 *ni >*■*
tollowiae <eB«ptk«-
. igt  Coasl   af (1r«H_.m:,;,,, iv   ;.
.     ■  Ci ainion sing ai a post n__»t-i
miIl of  the    nerU-os-I  of it.
 ,-     i   ..     -'___       tliaiaaoa,    #__t     Sail
Mr.    McLean
V . J,  .McLean of ihe Canada  Rail-
News returned  from San  Fran
Iseo rdi . .      He   reports   thai
Canada's   exhibit  al   tin-  Fair  is  far
other    displays.      Col
who  Is  in
■ 'ii,:  in   the  i ■   '    if shapi    md
■    ■ Mir   who    visits    tin     place    is
.ii   tin     erfi
Phone us and ive will call for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
SIXTH    A\ENIIE   WEST
corner of Lol 2435, thenco east _ 841
chains, thence south SO chains,
thonce wesi 80 chains, thence north
80 chains-,, to poiiit of cemmence-
ienl    containing 640 acres mora or
4 I less.
: j^20 I'l.TEl-l   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
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Capt. J. McGee
.I.M.S.A.
Masters and .Male- prepared
for examination. Compass nil-
ju-ti'r.
Phone Rod 502
"N.\; "!'!( AL    ACADEMY"
X        li'eliit'tsoii   Block,  opposite      a
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Skeena Land District—District of
(.neon Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE tbat Teter Piotnbn,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for ■ ial and petroleum over the following describe*
lands on thc West Coast of fiYahim
Island: Commencing at a post pasted ive miles east, of the north-<__«-
coiT.er of Lol _i;L", thenee nortli 8 .
cliains, thence east SO chains, theme*
south SO chains, thence wast 18
i hai na, to point of eoinnicnoeniont,
containing 640 aeres mere or less.
i„-j!) PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES  I
For Rent
REASONABLE
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Continental Trust
Company
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The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena Land Districl -District ef
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE.thai Peter PiQiuko,
of Prince Ru] ert, B.C., occupatleB
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospeel for coal and pelroieum over iht I'o'!"--, Ing -:' I ■ fitted
on be Wesi Coast of Graiam
Island: Commencing at a post planted five 'lilies east of lhe north-'list
corner of Lol 2-4.15, thenoe north S.
chains, thtnoe wesi SO t.__!n.,
f.hence soulh 80 chains, : hi ni ist
80 chains, te point of commenuo-
nuni, containing 040 acres more or
less,
,   .EH    PIOMB  '
Date locaie-'i. Deoember 4th,  1914
will leave shortly
for Winnipeg in connection with the
' omi any's  undertakings,
l.OWSI.1
UNANIMOUS
CHOICE  OF   DELEGATES
Skeena  Land   District —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKH NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Itupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal nnd petroleum over tho following desoribed lands on West Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a posl planted two miles nortli of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thonce north SO cliains, tlience west
80 chains, thenee south 80 chains,
thenee east 80 chains, to point of
commencement containing 1140 acres
more or less.
ANDREW    W.   MacLEAN.
_18 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
p.,n   located,  23rd   December,   1914
Skeena  Land   District — District ot
Queen   Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   Andrew    W
MaeLean, of Prinee Rupert, B.C., oc
■upation Carpenter, Intends to apply
or  | ■ rmission  to  prospect  for   con
ud petro iver the following de
lands on the West Coasl of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post pl tnted t wo miles' noi tb of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
north 80 chains, thence east SO
chains llience south 80 chains,
tin rei wesi SO chains lo point of
comraencoinent, containing 040 acres
more  »r  less.
ANDREW   VV.   MacLEAN.
£18 Agent,  Peter Piomlio
Date located,  23rd December,  1914.
(Continued  from  Page  One. I
all front east to west."
Prof. Odium seconded the resolution, lie said he had followed public affairs in this province for the
past -il years, and had watched the
career of the different attorneyJgen-
erals. He could say without hesitation  that   Mr.  Bowser was the besl.
The resolution was carried on a
standing vote, and the chairman declared Mr. Bowser elected a candidate.
The other nominees were si li iti _
on   the  lirst  ballot   cai  .
Took   In   Good   Return!!.
Skeena    Land     Dislrict.—District,    of
Queen  Qbarlotte Islands.
1 AKE NOTICE that Poter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pro - ' r, intends to apply tor . er-
■ iii Ion to prospeel for coal and pe-
troloum over the following described
lands on the Wesi Coast of Gralium
Island: Co__.mon._ng al a pout plun*-
etl four miles north of the norHi-eMt|of
comer of Lol 2437, thence north SO
chains, lin ni:- east 80 ijliaias. tJi'jnoe
south    80   cliains,   thenoe    woo'    !.
nlns,  to  poinl   of   _oni_-_a_-C-_En«__t
containing  1.40 acres tamrm ar les*.
"' ."    fjlOMBO.
Date local id,  D'eeembi r   . rd,  1.81!
Skeena  Land  District  —  District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, Ii. C„
occupation Oarrenier, intends to appl)' for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
:C»ast of (..aba Iaidlsna
Coast of l-i'akani Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles easl of the north-east
corner of Lot 2433, thonce north Sn
chains, thenee west 80 chains, thenee
soutli 80 chains, thence east SO
chains to point of commeneement,
containing (M0 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. .MacLEAN.
tl8 Agent,   Peter   Piombo
Date  located,  23rd  December,   1914
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RUPERT. MARINE IRONWtRKS Al©
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
The city police court yesterdaj
morning proved a harvest for the
city and considerably over $ 100 was
taken In in fines. The assessing of
. _■_■ wii.ii costs againsl three women
from Comox Avenue aided materially in this. The women were lined for
ll ■ keepers of disorderly houses.
According to the information obtained   by  the  police,   the   occupant
one house, with her allies, had
made a demonstration in fdrce before the fortress of another woman.
Each side with her allies fought
■ aliantlj. i I ie end the police . ■ .
called   for,  bul  all  was quiel   befi
Ived.    The    private    library
I tin   family plate ol ii e .attacki d
■". iver,   in  ■'  slate   of
i]  datlon.
Skeoua  Land   District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prinee Rupert, II. C.
occupation Carpenter, Intends lo ap
ply for permission to prospeel for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast cf Graham Island: Commenc-
i»E at a post planted one mile north
aad two miles oast of the north-east
oorner of Lot 2435, thence north SO
obainii, thonce oast SO cliains, thence
•eut_ SO ciains, tlience west SO
ch»m_, iti point of commencement
-ontaining .40 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN,
(18 Agent,  Peter  Pionibo
Dale located, 23rd December,   HI 11.
NOTICE is hereby given that ony
the 23rd day of March next applica
tlon will be made to the Superii.
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Priuce Rupert for
permission lo remove the license for
give nolice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act. deposited
.wit* the Minister of Public Works at'
'Ottawa, and in the office of the District Registrar of the Prince Rupert
Land Registration Districl al I'rincej the sale of liquor by wholesale from
Ruperl,  H.C.,  a  description    of   tlie L, , T   a    -i _ „  j
site and the plans of the wharf and the premlsea known as Lots U and
approach   proposed   to    be    built    in 110,  Block 32,  Section   1, situate   t-t
Prince   Rupert   Harbor    British    Co-Lrazer  gtreet  in   lhe  Clt    of  Prlnc9
luinlna,     in     front     of     Waterfront
Block "<_(", according   to   registered Rupert,  to  the   lands   described    as
-au"   °,f r!le  ToSnslte    "f    tl>e    said Lots IB and 20, Block 23, Section  1
City  of  Prince  Rupert  deposited   in
the afore.a_d Land Registry Offlce
as No. 923.
AND TAKE NOTICE thai after
tlie expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, the said Imperial OU
Company will under Section 7 of the
said Act apply to the Minister of
Public Works at his oilice in the City
of Ottawa for approval of the said
site and plans and for lean- to construct  the said  wharf and  approach,
DATED   at   Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
this  2nd   day   of   February,    A.    II.
1915. 4w-f4
THE  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
Sl'NOPSIS      OP      COAL
REGULATION.'
MINING
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th   day  of    Fehru
ary, 1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
\V.  IL  Marshall, Manager
f21mai'2_ Applicant.
j.
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NOTIOE   Dl
CANCELLATION
«__-   -
OF
RESERVE.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba Saskatchewan and
AJherta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories ai d a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years al an annual rental of
tl per acre. Not more than 2,500
acres will be leased to one applicant,
Applications   for   a   lease   must  b
.made  by  the  applicant   in   person  to
the  Agent or  Sub-Agent  of  the  district in which  the rights appliel  for
afe si:...-	
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
(legal subdivisions ot sections, and
-in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
'applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are aot available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
tbe rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish tlle Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
aud pay tbe royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished nl   least once a  year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface 'rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the miue iit tlie rate of Sin
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent, or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Daily Journal
SOc per month
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ARCHITECT
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the Reserve existing on Detention
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the 30th ol Maj ,191... Is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister if Land.
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
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