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Array <e
tint
High-class
Job.
Printing
_g__m'.'i_i r__n
VOL.  V.
PRINCE   RPPERT,  B.  C,    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY
Price 5 Oents.
NO.   S9.
Zeppelins Dropped
Bombs On Calais
Doing Little Harm
Paris, l-'eii. 22.— An offli lal statement says a Zeppelin airship bombarded Calais and dropped ten projectiles, killing live persons belonging to the civilian population. Otherwise It caused unimporian'  damage,
Our batteries demolished a heavy
gun occupying a position near Lom-
bacrtzyde.
Between Lys and the Aisne there
has been an effective practice in
whicli our artillery dispersed _
bivouac convoy.
The enemy has violently bombarded Rheims. The bombardment resulted in six victims.
On the Soualn-Beasejour front we
made progress, capturing a lino   of
trendies in two woods nnd coin; 1.
ly repulsing two particularly violeni
counter-attacks,     Inking      numerous
TROOPS ARE REVIEWER,
Duke of   Connnuglit    Reviews   80th
Battalion (Victoria) on Parliament   Hill.
Ottawa, Feb. 19.- llis Royal
Highness the Duke of Connauglit,
Premier Sir Robert Borden, Major-
General Hughes and several members of tbe cabinet reviewed on
Parliament Hill today tlie 30th Regiment of Victoria, B.C., about 1100
strong, and tlie SOU engineers mobilized in Ottawa. Complimenting tbe
troops on their long journey, the
Governor-General said it seemed
that the farther away the men were
lhe greater their  patriotism.
Tl e 30th Is iu command of Lieut.-
Col. .1. A. Hall, with Major C. F. De
sails second iu command. It includes
150 men from Prince Rupert.
\ mong   i le  privates in  the  I    Is
prisoners and inflicting heavy losses. | Major  Gibson of  Prince  Rupert.
in   Argonne  our  artillery   and   in-
fantry  asserted    its   superioril i
fresh attacks.  We continued  to gain
ground.
We new hold (lie whole of tbe
enemy's positions at Combries,
southwest of Le Eparges, whic . Is
now   under our  lire.
HALIFAX ON SUNDAY
Arc Probably On Way To England
Now—Col. Peck Had Charge Of
First Of Three Trains That Took
Thirtieth Battalion Across The
Continent  From  The  Pacific
Germans Failed In
Attempt  To Crush
Russian  Advance
Prince   Rupert's  (irst   contribution 1 very soon after arrival and may now
Will Report on Scow.
The city engineer will report to
be ' lii - Council on the cost of fitting in the old garbage scow. A
proposition was made to see it, but
Aid. Montgomery thought so little
would be got for ii thai it might be
vise to keep it as an auxiliary.
In force to the war, forming part of
the 30th Battalion of the Canadian
Overseas force, are now probably on I
the Atlantic on iis way to England.
A message received by Hie acting
moyor' yesterday contained the information that on Sunday Col. Peck
and his company arrived in Halifax.
The  message read as follows:
"Halifax, Feb. 22, 1915.
"Mayor Newton, Prince Rupert:
"Arrived yesterday. Everybody in
high spirits and send good wishes
and farewell.
"('.  \V.   PECK." '
It would appear from the message
that the contingent had not long to
?.|ay there. They probably embarked
i be on ilie way io England.
On ihe way east from Vancouver
the 30th Battalion travelled in three
trams. Private letters received from
those on board give tlie information
that the lirst train contained the
local company and part of those
from Victoria. Tho train was under
the command of Col.  Peck.
OBJECTIONS   RAISED  TO I     ''''""":"''   '''        2"      ""     »->"-
PROPOSED   AM1.NR..II.XTS  :
1  t0     ri      In    Bi BI    Prussia
:' Hiey i lored a
:    |i     erril irj
City   Solicitor    Empowered    to   Send
Message to Victoria.
Want  Football Game.
The Football League wrote thc
Council last eveiiing asking thai the
groti idi be put in shape
for games bj March : If possible. It
is suj • sted thai as u s i r ol u
lited for the purpose be
This was referred I" the Hoard of
Works.
TO INVESTIGATE       .NORTHERN MINES
THE COAL SUPPLY      PROVE VALUABLE
look for the Red Tag   Prices   nt
li'
coining; we make   you   make,!
George II. Tito's   Furniture Sale,     if we both make.
ICOMPL.'UN".   MADE III   MOW WEI;
LINGTOJ.    CO.    AGAINST
SUPT,    :)I [.CAN.
PR0P0SI TO PURCHASE
A CAMP KITCHEN
Edge,  Maitland  nnd   Nicol   A|>
pointed   tn Hold an
Investigation.
Committee Of Citizens At Meeting'
To Arrange For Send Off To Overseas Company Suggest Purchase
Of Useful Accessory Whe» On
Active  Service  In  Europe
The proposal was made to the
City Council last night that funds he
made available for the purchase of
a camp kitchen for the members of
the outgoing overseas company. The
suggestion came from a comniilt.ee
of citizens who hud met in the afternoon to consider the best means
of giving a send-off to the company
that  leaves on Friday.
A committee was appointed to
wait on tlie Council and make a
idea for this convenience for the
men al the front. Tbe committee
consisted of Rev, II. It. (Irani, Rev,
Father Bunoz, tl. VV. Morrow, Hal
Peck, and O, II. Nelson,
Speaking before the Council lasl
night, c. IV. Morrow explained thai
It was felt that while it was a time        (ContinueJ   on    Page   Four.)
when money was not easily obtained, yet these men going forth to
fight the battles of the Empire
should not be forgotten. The city
had acted nobly in the case of tho
other contingent that left here. It
was proposed to do something for
the present company which, while it
would not represent perhaps as
much money, yet would show the
good will of the city just as fully. A
farewell should he given these men
on Friday that would be just as
guod as that given the others. Tha
money needed tor the camp kitchen
would nol be necessary at once. 11
WMiild  not  be needed  until aboul  the
time thai the contingenl now being
mobilized   was  leaving    Victoria    for
Tbe New Wellington Coal Company protested against its not getting the contract for the coal for the
GRANBY  COMPANV  FINDS  NEAR-
l!V PROPERTIES AT ANVO.N
GOOD  FIELDERS.
The Hidden Creek Work Giving  Ex
(client  Returns lo the
Company.
Early resumption of dividend by
Granby directors is a strong possibility, says the Boston News Bureau.
station.  The complaint was While no  formal  consideration   lias
pumping
made that Supt. Duncan did not give
the company a square (leal. An investigation was requested.
been given the subject by Ihe board
and   may   not   be   at    the    February
meeting,  if,   seems   likely    that    the
\ld.  Maitland  moved  that an  in-1 March    directors,'   meeting    will    he
Tl , ■ n.. olicitor, Fred Peti
K.C., presented to the Council last
night a message he had pn lared to
be sent to Win. .Unison. M.P.P., ul
Victoria, objecting to si me amendments proposed to the Municipal
Act. The message was approved ol
and will be sent. It was as fellows:
Re proposed Municipal Amendment Act, Section 15 will lie unworkable and would put this city
in awkward posilion. Only ah
$60,000 of our long tei m debenl un
have yel beep, issued, although bylaws passed 1911 and 1912 and
sinking funds collected  from .''car of
Ing  bylaws.  Therel
i bin debentures n ui    b    Iss tied within  two years   of passage   of   bylavi
would   be  :i_ asl rous,   Adi i
i latise  1 •"' struck oul  or an end   '    o
-    nol '    to anj  bj la«  |
prior lo June,  19 i 5.
Seel ion     22    of    A nu nding     Ai I
should  be made to apply only
sessmmits  made i Eter this  y. ar.   Wi
have  adopted  lasl menl
(Continued  on   Page  Foul'.l
'''■    Russian and   gi bed
■    ipper hand In several minor en-
en -.  bin   in  ihe effort to   fall
upon the Russians with a staggering
:"'  " thi .   missed the mark.
CHl'RCH  PARADE OF
LOCAL   BATTALION
(Mil nl
Itiiii-oiil  of the   Members   of
the (isib on Sunday,
We   make,   you   iiiiil.e,    we   both
make.
Rev.  Canon  l'i.   pi ei died   a    ser-
o  th     i lemh ri    of I le    68th
Church mi
i  •■- all
B        i Catholl      ■!  -..a er
Hie , ud n     that
:'.     - ■    Bunoz
■led divine servii   . T ,-■     ,  is
iod  turn-out   of tl of
lhe   B       lion.
At ne I Inn   i   .   Prince   llu-
' i Cadel -' ■: i s, under George
Leek, ttti nded di. ine sen ice In the
ili   In list  Church.
«H»tKHWW<KKHKHS<H-l-_^
No Infectious Diseases In City
Tbe health of Prince Rupert has become proverbial. The medical health officer reporting last nighl to the Council called attention in the fiici thai while there was not a single case of an infectious disease to report, thi. was the fourth month iu succession that lhe same reporl wai nsslble.
t__~M-»>fcK«(jm_*_H»_«^
vestigation be held. There was a demand for such.
Aid. Montgomery wanted lo know
if there wore any other reports.
Tlie acting mayor said that there
was in the station the log books
with all tests made of lhe coal. The
tests were made by .Messrs. Sinclair
and  Valentine.
A report from the superintendent
dealing with the tests recommended
the Union coal as superior to the
New Wellington. Mr. Duncan also
wished an investigation, as he understood Mr. Rogers was charging
him with being unfair,
The acl ing mayor explained that
ihe committee had lirst awarded the
contract to Rogers & Allien as the
lowest bidder. A load was tested
however, and those making the tesl
reported back thai the coal did not
stand up under tho test, A change of
' (inli.icl   was made.
\ld. McClymonl though! the mem-
bors nf the Council would naturally
look io the engineers. II" wanted to
knew if there had been trouble In -
fore  with   the coal as suggested.
Aid. Montgomery said there hndi
been a test lasl yea:- of the coal, He
felt thai Mr. Duncan was nol fairly
to bo charged as stated, lie fell l !
engineers had done the bei I tin
could for the city. He fell the Inves-
i Igatlon would nol reflect upon tl e
engineers.
productive' of something to Interesl
stockholders.
Dividends were suspended In August before whicli time $3 a share
had been paid In 1914. Granby was
one of the first copper companies to
conserve its financial resources by
reason or the war. Its Grand Forks
smeller and mines al Phoenix were
quickly closed down, but partial operations were maintained at the new
Anyox property,
Granby now has in operation one-
half of its furnace capacity at Grand
Forks and two or the three furnaces
at Hidden Creek. The Hidden Creek
operations have been profitable from
the start, owing to the high copper
contents of the ore and the precious
metal  values.
Voted Divine Coining,
Il Is oxpocti i! thai Rev, Dr. VV. T
llerriilge, of Toronto, moderator of
' e General Ai iembly of the Pres-
i j terlan Chureh, will i Isli Princa
'•' ipi i early In March,
ot^<to<tat>o«aot<>o<H>o<i00ooaaoo
Toaight! ' Tonight! *
AT 'I HE
j?
Citizens' Committee Met Yesterday
And Took Initial Steps Towards
The Giving Of A Fitting Farewell
To The- Members Of Third Contingent Leaving Prince Rupert
The citizens of Prince Ruperl are
intending to give the members of
the Third Contingent a fitting send-
off. It is the desire of Ihe city that
in nowise shall the farewell to the
company now being mobilized be less
enthusiastic than  what   marked   the
A   meeting  of  citizens   was   held
yesterday afterm   in the City Hall
presided    over    by    Acting    Mayor
Kerr.     G.   VV.    Morrow   was    elected
secretary.     Al    thai    gathering    the
question  of a   farewell   was discussed
ai   some   length   when   a    committee
going    away    of    the    former   con- was  appointed   to  carry  oul   all  the
tingent. arrangements.
Tho applicants  for   the   company j    it is proposed to have a torchl
now equal  the strength   of the eon- procession  to the  Agricultural  Hall,
tingent,    rules outside points send with a  programim   ol    horl     --   hei
fewer  men   than  provl     -    been there,
l"'"1<'  for  th-''"   "i!  n°   f'"'th' I      rhi   com nlttee    nill    mei l    al   r.
enlisting locally     ii  Is I he   expi
tlon of ilio-e in '-; in -e thai Ihe ci
pans   will  lea •• nn  Frldnj    morning
"'■ lock   ihl    afti moon  lo   . ■
all   tin ;,. I   with   the
Bchcme.
by i be Prince George Acl Ing Ma or
Kerr is trying to arrange wll Ihi
°-T-F-    to    have    the   salllm     lime!     Buffets,  Iron  lied.,  Springs,   Mat.
lnno '   '   '■"' ■   later than thi   ri    iln    ,„,...,.,. Mimkela, Sheets i  Pillow
"' lu,e     "   thai    th        ' .   e     can    ,  i ,-i.,-,,...,   Bargain  Prices    tie rae
lllr" '""  :"      '      "! ■' " tl"   ' "en - ::      . Tile,  tlie Home  .'ni-nislior.    fl"t
OPERA
MOUSE
German Submarines Missing
London.   Feb.    22.—Uneasine     ■      ts at  Cuxha> mi
11' o large . ubmai Ines  which   i       nol  returned to l  eti
"i marlni.- ari       , r-d day.   ovi rdu'       It   is   fean
hi    i been deal i oyed,
uwa*#M^%o-oo*o*Kt.     ,.   ■ -oo<^oz-tiw#rjjt&oomo-aoo<.
e    suggested      (be
nn tubers   of   the    Heard    of    ,\
should   be  11 Dmmittee to  Invi   tl
ite,
Tin i ....
•el   ive both   -
First insl . '.
o'awooraotoaooooovattaa&aooooaootto-oo&ooooQo t> i kkhj
|         Turks Afraid Of Attack §
5           London    Feb.             T. ■    ':' r the   S
§       Hie !  I.-        -              ■    nf  Mi n (-       ba.. .|     O
■ ■'■ - oaao oooa
x
Rut]   .    June
is
CTO-D-CK-O-CiC^-_•'__» cu.tr>-.>   '
K:      r's Health Is Affected
.-....''
0 Tuesday,  Feb.ua
I'll
PRINCB   RUPERT   JOURNAL
prince liU-pcr* 3.ou.ual
Telephone 1:18.
O. 11. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 12S Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postofflce Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Puhlisl -.'   morning   except
Mondi ed by carri thi
city b llowing rate, if paid In
advance: —
One    ..-:..'    	
Six   Months   	
Th ' ■      '"ii'       '   : '
U   nol    | aid   in   advance,
per  Month    .-•  '
IKL1   EDITION.
Publlt        - Ft\ li     ti r circu
lation   outside   the   City   of   P
Rupert, ai   52.01
poims In I - nada; or $3.00   i    -
all   poinl '   -ii  the  Ui I   d    l Ingdom,
the    le:!- I   Sti  ■ a  - r • tbe-.'   foi  i  a
countrh -•
Advertising  Rntcs  Upon Applicnti
Tuesday,   February  23,   1915
ARMY    DIVISIONS.
Replying to a question as to army
divisions Cue following Information
is given from a reputable source.
In the British army a company
comprises   250   officers  and   men;    a
npr
battalion, four companies; a brigade,
four battalions; a divison three brigades of infantry, two squadrons, of
cavalry, or two mounted companies
of mounted  infantry, three field and |
medals    as    fast    as     circumstances
would  allow.   That   is,    whenever   a
naval     row     was     about      "Jacky
Fisher was in it.
Lord  Fisher must have some wonderful memories of tlie Navy,   When
lie first  joined there Mas not a great
deal  of  difference  between  the  fleet
-   be ioiiii I ii and the fleet that won
ir.  II - joim d  i'i  the  Victory,
i     ei y of him
.•':., bO I    (I ■ '     • "'
rchlni      i I.. :in
isin old   lai • .  hand-
; hi        lei . i     erioi
'I. ...     gil e    I ili-   111
Vdmlral    ul       .        -   Im      In
I and opened    the   lot-1
...   . , .    |      . . - .     . | i • ■ ■ •
■    II   b iy  son e .....'   awe truck
"Yes,"   '. . .i   . . r.     "'rain    !
Ciink 1 musl be ttlng hi ck to my
ship," replied the youngster —and
lied.
Seventy-four is an age al which
I les nol • ..' "ii bard work from!
i man, bul they say, know know j
that "Jacky" Fisher is a much happier man today than be was seven
months ago, when he was enjoying
the rest and idleness of :. v. ll-earn-
ed retirement. But then they always
said of "Jacky" that he disliked
many things.—and people—but nothing as  much  as leisure.
il»<HWH«3i>l_lW>«HKHrB5HS»l^^ OOtOO-OrOiiOO
Product No.
SPLENDID FOI!  PLUMBERS
Contains about 2%  lbs.
$1.50
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to tlie high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture Is
therefore not. affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is tlie dealer allowed i"
reduce I be retail price under penally
ol'   having   his   supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
t_3I__3__
"!)()" destroys accumulations  ,f lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
grease,   vegetables,   soup,   frnil and  many others.    K   i-. luiriulesB lo
lin. .--I plumbing.
DON'T ARGI.K DON'T   PIT'   OFP TEST    IT J
This  ['.reparation  lias been so generally    sue essful    in    clearlr, :
drains that it is bought ovci    1.1 over again  by   those   who   have £
tried it, but Inasmuch as no on   can  know  the actual condition ex- 2
isting within a pipe, II  ti   abs   utelj  Impossible Cor the manufactur- '.'
er or the dealer to guara.nl ■    1 .■ result, 5
CHEMICAL PR0DUC1    CO., NEW YORK
FOR
FOR SALE  BY
.\Y  HAi
THE    RELIABLE   PL'. 11IIER
THE    BEST   IN   PLUMBING   AXD    BEATING    PHONE
I8!>
, 3#«k«; t j a use oa _-co a _b. shwkhki p_chs awcmtH? ____ o cbkhs o o o a oao i.
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OWDS
__&__?.!; \&S&'
% Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPL.ES
ono  howitzer    brigade   of   artillery
one  ! i    battel.   end   ammunition
coluimi, two field companies of on-
gineers, one signal company, three
field ambulances, I r mi . orl and
train, I      1, IS     ".   i fi nd men
7S   gi ns,    and    1,994
fighli ;th    is    about    Lo 900.
Tlie    i es two divi
sions.
-
UPATHY.
i .    .    |        rislan  m ivs ia  ers   pr ■
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to  i of Paris,   1
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IS INVESTMENTS
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First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
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WORK.
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Intere: lin .  Aspecl i nf  tl
until
Exii    .
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1 VI    ray,    -ritlng in
:  Pl    •
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sab     E municipal boi
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Jj     PHONE  101,  ■ DU ■   1645 380 SECOND AVE.
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part in
at the            nin    of   h      -'
illus'tr: Hon       .   A iglo Pr   . h
],;:•! ■                 how  'lo e    re  the relation wo  peopli   ,  sayi    .
Canada.
'    ,..     Tl is,    f course,
BAROH FISHER AS
":,.
SOME   PACTS     IBOUT   THE   MAS
WHO   IS        T   YFI.AID OK
■VOBK.
At   Seven:..-.oie     He    is    Oci u
Most.    Responsible
Post.
Karon   i'i; in        il   fCll. en
first sen lord "i I    Hal
larlj  kn iwn a l<y," coi
ile    o   ity of Norfolk, I
good rs, son, as '
remembered,   came    From     ■    ■     m
Thorpe iu < ha   co nty,    Loid
lo I     ,i  sailor   in I   ■   i
Even :■: i  111 I    rock    -   ■    -
garden   pai ly,   te    'ouldn'l   '    ip  thi
loll  ol   - be dock oul        bis n
In   i. -   ,  h    lool    '
His coal i E arms h ippily b the
man. "Fear God and Dread Nought"
is   his   ni" i'i      rms,
Include "the stern of an ancleul battleship "  an- supported   bj   saih
tin   Royal  Navy, His cresl  Is u hand
grasi ing ■■  '        ■'
Lor'.
li',.   \c -i-   ;       ■   1 I  ■
1854      A ytiai
for Bei -. Ice  In      e  B  ' Ic;   '■'■
later lie had ai       ■ •      Ith two i    .
for   Sec Id     ,!.       10   I     ....'	
ilnce   Ihei    '     '    ■   i ■ n       :l
,.. ,   about   by  tho   difficulty   of   plai
<   nadian  i nini [pais on
ii .--I   because lhe    rumors    efl
■
war  aboi t tl     ■ liddle of  th(
' ';■ In      ,i ir    aiun
laci   their Iss - a oh th ■ home market, and the bond dealers to
campaign of educating the Inves
public  to their value. That li::- -
□   was   . ici . .-si'nl   i.-  i   .
he  figures   which  are  -i en    be-
,  and  suggested  abovi      ; .
ures  are encouraging,  too,  as  bear-
'      the i ontention o( this Jour-
ual,    thai    if   Canadians   knew    the]
value  of  tbeir  own   civic
would buy   them   In j
to   foreign  si   urities,  which    dui Inn
these  last   few years have   '     i        I
very largely in this country.
'     nail.,':;  municipal   bond   sabs   for
i '■;,■! ,.,.,. iws;
In 1914,
Ci      la   . .$34,488 _5D  !
".   Driti In,   I    14 . ,436       I !    I
,12,303,201
...      .    .
.'. SASH, D .!ORS
';. ■ I   Lumber Co.
I-'.   :,,    IVE. AND      -
Pl one 2
TP   Q   ^
•   I . _3. Do
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria aid Seattle
S.S. Prince George every  Friday nt I) a.m.
S.s. Prince JoVin at 7 p.m. oc Sunday,   February    14, 2H, etc.
For .Mussett and Port Clements S.S. Prime John 10 p.m. Saturday,
February ii, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
February   7, 21, etc.
For Stewart and Nuns River S. .. Prince John l» a.m. Wednesday,
February   10, 24, etc.
I'm" ..ion. (Granby Bay) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY  SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Ruperl in Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at Id a.m., Wednesdays ami Saturdays, connecting  wiih  trains  for  Si. Paul, Chicago and all   i-- ints  east,
Truins arrive  from the east on Thursdays and Sundays at 0.30 p,m,
G.T. RAILWAY SYSTEM
The  Double-track   Route
Prom Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets and lull information regarding travel to
any part of the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Ofllee, Third
Avenue;  Agency nil Atlantic Steamship Lines,
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Total   Assets     $1 So,000,000
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Branches   Tlirongliont   Canada nnd Hanking Connections
Parts of Hie United Suites. Agents Tlirougliout the V,
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PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEAR..
CARPET    RE ATE US,   GARBAGE  PAILS
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As a result of the war many muni-1something it does not enjoy, i
cipalities   were   not    able    to    place road will have been worn out,
PRINCB   BWPWiT   JOURNAL
tiie ing of suspicion is general, and from tions,   though    some   have   been
Tuesday,   February  23,   191..
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or it enquiries it would seem that it was
their   bond   issues   on    advantageous the   road   is  rebuilt,    will   have    the j so,  the sooner  it is eliminated,   the
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terms,   with    the    consequence    that double burden of paying the debts of better for the municipalities. Frank-
they had some difficulty in financing'the   past  anil    the    present.    All    of ly,   1    believe    there    is    little    real
tlieir public works, which were par-j which   menus   that   In   tbe   United ground  tor the suspicion,   but   bow-
tially under  way, and a number   of States,   each    municipal    generation;ever too  much   for   the
towns  issued  treasury  notes  for  six;must pay for its own improvements
or   twelve    months   and    lhe   large      Anothei     system     of     municipalities, which cannol stand too high, As
little slow at times, and profitable
for the reason that comparatively
speaking, their prices are low, yielding 5 per cent, to 7 per cent., and
no doubl it is because- of this good
yield on a safi ,-■ rity that has enabled   the  bond    dealers   to    sell    so
Skeena    Land     District—District    of
..ue»n   Cl arlot.te  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for ooal and petroleum over the following describeU.
lands on the W.si Coast of Graham ^"'"'ne Red 160
Ish nd: C immi ncing al a po n planted four miles east and one mile
north of the north-easl corner of Lol
2435, I' -      u   th I i is, thence
siT.-.IHL I.IHUHII'
Engines   Installed   ami    (.cneriil
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant    in    Connection
Third Avenue
cities such as Toronto and  Montreal' financing  they  have  In   tli
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credil  of Canadi n  municipal securi ,,
in inj        municipals      in       Can Ida, west '    Ins,    I  -
tmi ui i- ,.,,.,;..•'''■.
United   in  Instance   of   carelessness   ii   lias ,<,,. .   . '   of  ' ' ■  '■ ni r'    '■'■
! little     . apil il,    . articuiarly     retlri d 640 acres     o i   or
short term   debentures.    This   close j States is that of serial bonds, which been pointed out  that certain muni-1 fal.mers      The   l|im,.,,,..   , ,-   selIlng|.a2S
financing  has broughl   up  tiie   sub-.in shoi i, means thai a proportionate cipalities in this country keep chang- .,,,,,.,, ,.,   ,,,.,-,;. ...,,.
ject of how should municipal securi- amount of the   issue   matures   each ing their bank, with the result that Llfn   ]tv    . nndim ilv
lies be  Issued  and  whal  should   be year,   which   works   oul    something many  Inten   .  coupons are returned   (      ,,, 'keen     Lan lrl.fl    "f! .
their life before maturity, As In the like this,  Suppose a  serial  Issue   of because   the  local    powers    thai    belated   , If I    I l tl PRHDUUK
near  future   the  I'nited   States    will $20,000  Is  made for  ten   years, ten!have n  glected to see that   a sufflci-        ,,   , , . TAKE NOTII E thi er Piombo,
ild   I"-  b ough      I'lnul    by    i - ;   Prince  Rupert,    B.C     occupation
be mi    -     thi   p [ncipal markets for .-earn:.'  Issues  of   .2,00D  are  madi   enl  fund has not  been placed in the',,.ustees .,,.,, .,,, d [0 ,,.,.. '       ,,.,.    Pn      Cor, nds  to" apply     i
J. H. HILDITCH
Contract! r i nc    .,i. doi
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small ,,; large, Per.
sonul aftentiun given  to every  Item.
PHONE  '     El       321
PETERS,   K.C.
Canadian   s iritios,  this  subject    is to mature  In  ono, two,   three   years|bank through  which  the   bond   was
Important. Eor while in London long and so on. These bo,ids are veryjlrsl issued lo pay the Interest. Tbe
term bonds were the most popular, I popular. But In tho few cases where returning of coupons not only Irrl-
Niiw Yo It i efers short term bonds.jseria] bonds have been i ued In.t.-tes the underwriters, but hurls
While chatting with  the manager i    Canada  a  very   different   system    Is the <'' dll  of the municipality itself,!
mil. ion   -i    ri     eel  '' ir c nil and  i _-
adl m    mm li    lis.   At   tbe   pn     it|troleum oi lug i
lands on the
Isl ind:  Co
I municipal  bonds  Issued  within  their|ed   lirei  mllei  aoi  I   of the nortl
corner of Lol  2437, thi nci   north
no ni in tr    ti is are limited to I
l'iirri. tci, Solid Ni    i.  Publli
OIllCc    III
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
own  proi in.-1,  thus   lessening   thi Ir
one    of    the
American    bond , loj   . '. al
houses, who is a very keen   student.Thal   is a  proportionate amount   of buyers of an issue are scattered   all
! aid ;-. cl
the   majority ,for It musl  be remembered  that the
ount   of buyers of an issue are scat'
year with the'over  Canada,  Great  Britain
of municipal finance, 1 gathered that the Issue Is paid each year with the over Canada, Great Britain ancl (lie
there is a growing tendency for Ain-|interest, which while lessening tho United States, and returned con
erican municipalities to issue bonds liabilitj of tin municipality does nol pons with no funds, or "N.S.F." a
to  last  the  life  of   the   utility   forlhelp  the  investor,   for   tlie   amount the Bank, to them means   bankrupt
in- paid  back       [00 sm 11  foi   ..  Invest-    y  on   the  pari   of the   municipal!.;
which   the   issue  was   made.   For
ment,
stance, should a municipality decide
to construe! a new road, which in
the ordinary course will lasl ten
years, and which will cost, say $60,-
000, a ten-year Issue for that amount
is made, and a 1 roporl lonate sinking fund Is crea ed lo pay il off, II
is claimed for this system thai those
who enjoy  the said road  pay for it itravaganct
in  (lueslion;   the investors have   no!
cnoice.
A   fun ber  difficulty  in   the    po] u
larizing of Canadian municipal bonds
In the pas!  has been the municipalities themselves,  for once they   have
had   their  bonds undrewrltten,   thej  :''
wash  their hands of the whole business;   not  realizing  that  the    sooner
chains, th  uc    east SO dial      then
■        ,   then       wesi
chains,   to   poinl   of  comi icnc    .
containing 64 0 aei es more 01  less.
|a29 I ETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, lici embi r 3rd, 1914.
Bul the principal point of interestithe means of knowing Unit, it is but
thai was broughl oul in the Inter- carelessness, until after, much delay
view, was the f cling or. the pari of:and loss of temper.
American bom', houses (and Cana-i But generally speaking, Canadian
dian houses, too) that amongst the municipal bonds, In spite of a few
smaller municipalities there is a ten- shortcomings, have proved them-
dency towards carelessness and ex-iselves amongst the best investments
in dealing with their in the world—gilt-edged as regards
whereas long    term    ofjfinance, which, of course,  will their security,  for not   one   mtinici-
forly •■ ir.      isterity '   s to pay for  the sale of theii 'bonds. If this feel- pality has failed to meet its obliga-
1      I    Districl   -District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands,
TAKE NO .ICE thi     P      r Pion bo,
of  Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,    occupation
an issue is sold to the public, a bet- Prospector, intends to applj   for per
ter price is secured for the next one. mi ,Sio"  '"  "'"   : '   : ,   "   ' ':''  and  '""
I troleum over the following described
t   lias    been     known    where    bond, lands on  a'.ie West Coast of Graham
bouses, which have taken up blocks
of municipal issues from the underwriter, have been refused special information by the officials of the corporations in question. This is nol
very conducive to the selling of the
bonds, li is the lack of these small
courtesies and by the mean careless- Skeena Land
ness at times displayed, that are ob-
acles in the popularis'.ini if municipals, and the wise municipality
will eliminate them.
Island: Commencing at a post plant
ed three miles north of the norlli-oasl.
corner of Lot 2-137, thence north SO
chains, thenco west SO chains, thence
soulh SO chains, thence east xn
chains, to poinl of commencement,
containing Old acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
1    ' ■ located, D< cember 3rd, 1914.
DR. G1LROY, DENTIST
Crown and  Bridge  Work a
5p( cialty
Office:   Smith    Block,    Third   Avenue
. A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultirg .Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duu.niuii  St.       Vancouver, B.C.
February Furniture Sole at George
"\  Titc's,   all    departments.    Record
of
Districi-  -Dlstriot
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE til   I  I eter Pioi il
of  Prince   Etups t,    B.C.,   oei P.O,  Bo_  'ifl
Prospector, intends io apply for permission lo prospect for - UTCHIE,    AGNE\ CO
RAIRDRESMKG
IS.
l:i..sage,    Manicuring,    Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mr_.   A. 1 . Hani .   Pi op,
211 Third St.'        PRINCE ill PERI
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discounts for cash.
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Thi.-i '. Plant, sta        nearly SO :
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'•';t;:. ll-.NT.M.- OHPERS. »
CSth Regiment Earl Grey's *
Own Rifles; Orders by Major '
J. H. McMullin, Commanding, *
17th  February, 1915:
ados:   "A"   Company   will
an  ' ] at the Exhibition Building on Tuesday and Friday   at
7:45  p.m. Drill squad and  company.     "B"  Company   v.'ill   pa-  "
rade  at  t__a   Exhibition   Build-  *
ing   on   .Monday    and    Thursday   *
it   7:46   p.m.     Drill  squad    and
company.
Church  Par* de.
The Battalion will parade at
the Exhibition Building on Sunday .1st February, al 10 a.m.,
to attend divine service, Church
of England.
Roman CathoMcs will parade
at the same hour under Lieut.
Bullock-Webster.
W.  A.  PETTIGREW, Capt.,
Ailing Adjutant.
i.i    Land    District—District    of
Queen Charlotte '"lands.
TAKE NOTICH thai Peter Plomlio,
'rinoe Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Intends to applj  for per-
|, .    ,  ■   ■   . -i.--.fl   po
ll..- 11 di si rlb«d
\i . . Graham
'     ui: Commencing ai a ; ost pinai-
.;,,- iii'.los north and one   mile
0 north-. .     ( irner of Lot.
17, t!i"r:i-" north 80 chains, tl.on..'
'     chains,    thenoe   south    80
Ins,   thenoe  w«. 1   80   chains,   10
Inl  of coi itnenci mi ot,   1 ontaiafcng
lore or loi_.
PET 1, '   .   1-.Vi-".
- : i - tool  sd, Deoei iber 3rd, 19 11.
troleum over the following described
lands on the  WeSl  Coast of Graham
Island:  Ci mmencin    at 1
ed five miles    1st ( nd   111       lie north
of   he north-easl        ter of L. .
thenca noi th   '■ '  ch Ins   thi    ■
al is     henci   soutl    80    eh
thence  west     :|  --:.  Ins,  to  polnl    - f
comment 11 lent, coi   ';:::   - "
more  or  loss.
jr_1 PETER    PIOMBO.
Date io        '    ' 4tl     1914
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
Skeena   Land     Disl riot-    i'i
a Charlotte Islands.
T IKE NOTICE that Pel
of  Prli
Prospector, Intends I    a    I
ion t(     1.        'i    ■• md j
tr ileum ovi      be foil
,,.,  .       ■-. .      . -.   . ■   .- . ■ ■
fsli    I: Commencing st plant
ed ..■ •   miles <:. it nnd 01 -   11 lis n  rl..
of the   - irtl   east 1       1 ■   _   ■;
thence nortl   80 chains
SO  chains,   thoni        mtl . :        ;   .,
I ii .-ii e  i" it   8     ' li nil s,   to 1      ,'
Commencement, contain! 1    8. 1
* I more or less.
ja29   - PETER   PIOMBO.
* Date losated, 4th  Di -   ml ir,  1914.
Waterworks,   Watei
iV larf
3oi Btructien, Re 1011
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on and  Pre. inclal   Land
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OISSOLVTlON   I.OTICB.
;     lOTICE  that thi   Rrm
■   i  .   '       -'.1   ..- Co, has been   (lis
.   ;.    1 upon the 31st .lav of January
i" 1:   and 1 11      II a«counts ow
-in  w  •  be c Hi eti -1  l".
,.1.  Fred     1 chii .   ti .   the  lunelit   of
■   11 1      hat all  'H--' inl
-  by ' he fi: p      !!1 be   paid   by
Id  1   ;■' 'ed   11 ti hie,  on account
,   ,- ih-iii. Dated at Prirwe Rupert,
IC   this -Ith day of February, A. I).
T.   Hew
Skeena   Land    Districl     Dh
Queen  ■ ' - 1:- ■'■
TAKE  NO' ICE   .... Hoi . ,
of Qui en Charl     0 Cl cupation
Farmer, intend  le ap] Iy fo    pern
sion  to purcha      thi -:
scribed lands:  Con at a pos
planted     at     the     boh       .   Bl      coi
ner of Goodi 11    i (land    In   1
Bay, tlieni'v easterly then
ly,  tbence   westerly, I iti
y,  following shore line  to  pol
ommenci mi nt, conl five a> res
nore or less.
DAN1
Dated 6th  Fi '   larj    191C.        fl3
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DUCEI) It.   Rl >T'      ■   '
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:-1  .111 Per Ton
'.ic. i   Quuil -j    ■: •- I       lit  In
S8.75 Per Ton
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Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone '"
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When  you  bu 1
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Oil Fieldi ;
Oilice 1. ill  open
P.uilillu„ foi snli  "
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FINISHINGS
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,1 nth  Avei
Bo V*
Tuesday,  February  23,   1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
. RANITE of best equality and thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed  Rock   in
Quantities
.mi. J. .IcLBOH     Clinic Green 217
IN THE) MATTER OF THE "NAVIGABLE WATERS' PROTECTION
ACT," REVISED STATUTES OF
CANADA. 190., CHAPTER 115,
AND AMENDING ACTS
—and—
OBJECTIONS  RAISED TO
PROPOSED   AMENDMENTS I
Skeena  Land  District  —  District  ofJNAVIGABLK     .VATHHS     PROTHC-
(Continued  from  Page One.)
OCEAN FISil CO.
'Jiteen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
[MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
j occupation Carpenter, intends to ap-
I ij ly for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Gratia imdlsna
PLANS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF Al ''"'"sl  °r Graham Island:  Oommenc-
CERTWN WHARF   .ND ORB BINS section  to .Section One improvement ing at a post planted one mile north
-    you  will see its destructive effect.      and tw0 »."? .??... °l "le uorU,:ea„s'
'corner of Lot 24o3, tbence north SO
by"?™ Foh&urossn ra,lowetl by statute- Proi'ose<1 se<
T.INENTAL   DEVELOPMENT    COM- tion will disarrange the whole thing
PANY   BOR    APPROVAL   OF    THEjif
If  you   consider  application    of  this
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
PRINCE RUPE i'l    -■
- fi? ''nt" Ai''h"";i ^IZ ,'"..,.        TAKE NOTICE that the  U .
.atslde Oiders Promptly Attended --continental    Doveloi nent   Compn .
  of  Butte,    Montana,   has   deposited no
...,,,.... ,,.,.,.   ._„ wi   i   the   Minister  of  Public  Works;::    ...  menl
l-HOM.  hl.tL _.,.! Lt   otlawaj   canuda.    and    with    fchei
 .District   R    Istrnr  of Titles,   Prince'1
■'■■: ri. B.C., under Chapter 1 16, IJ.
B.C. i 906, plans and descriptions of
tlie prop'' -■ I -i ii In   harbor
works lo l onstructed by tbe said
PComi an i  on   wal  i from   Blook  "H, '
APERHANG1NG Prime   Ruperl   Townsite,    socording
' to regiBl Ian ol  the said Town-
AINTING 'Sited  In  the  Prinoe   Rupert
ni laruiur  a «.m Land  Registry  Ofilae,   ind  numbered
ULl_5I"ni>iu AlN i. 923,  lhe ,aforesaid   .vorks consisting
MMII    TIHTIIUr. '"' 0tie  Wbart  Wlth  0rS  binS
,'e effect.
Section   23  proposed   should   not
..,.]>• this year, or if it does it should
iffect   cities   where   last   year's
roll    accepted    I'm     this
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A   SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. -i-l.'-.K McBRlDH
notoo-aiKio- o ww-iwbkbki fnKuw-a a
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
^Latest unci Approved Methods
IIOiilj   Skilled    Operators   Kin-
ployed
Plionc us and we will call for a
dial   bundle
Note   our  addres
SIXTH    Al ■
WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry    f
a
o yaiyaomt&aa&oiiiioo.
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mutes prepared
for examination. Compass ad-
,'u iter.
Phone Red .'502
"NAUTICAL    ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal  Hotel
,M-_i_hKh_h_^^K>-_i a tta-M-owW Wtt-fi
i -i- :-'|. LTHER TAKE NOTICE
thai lh said Company has applied lo
the Govorner-General-in-Couneil for
appro. '1 of the proi osed works, and
permission  to construct the same.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C.. this
8th  day  of January, A-D.  1"15.
PATMORE   &   FULTON,
Solicitors    for   the    .Montana   Continental   Development  Company.
ja_71'_7       PATMORE   &   FULTON,
of
PROPOSE TO PURCHASE
A   (AMP  KITCHEN
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
ihe   front.    lie  hoped    the   i ouni II
would do its besl  in the matter.   In
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for per-
mission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
mi the Wesi Coast ol' Graham
ad:  Commencing at a post plant-|who   were  fighting our battles.
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap
ply lor permission to prospeel for
coal and petroleum over tic following described lands on the Wesi
addition to this camp kitchen i: was Coast of Graham  Island:  Commenc-
proposod  by (be citizens' committee inK '" a "":;' Panted one mile north
..ml two miles cast of the north-easl
that a fitting send-off be given. It
could take a little money to du this.
Ri". Father Bi'mox endorsed the
proposition that was pul forward, lie
felt this a good move. He knew tha:
at the present time it was difficult
to secure money, but be felt; that
appreciation should be shown of the
sei\ ices   that   were  being   given.
Rev. II. If. Grant pointed out that
ihe camp kitchen  meanl   wry much.
Tiiis  was something thai  would add
o  ihe physical  conftorl   of tlie men
lie
TION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby,
give notice that it has under Suction 7 of the abova Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, nnd in tin office of the District Registrar of the Prince Rupert
Land Registration District at Prince
i 'i'l, R.C, a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf *nd
approach proposed to be built in
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence Prince Rupert Harbor, British Co-
sum h NO chains, thence east 80[hiinliia, in front of Waterfront
chains to point of commencement, Block "G", aceerdin-g to registered
containing 640 acres more or less, [plan »f the Townsite of Hie said
ANDREW W. MacLEAN. |City of Prinee Rupert deposited in
the aforesaid Land Registry Office
as No.  .23.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after
the expiration of one month from
■the date of the first publication of
this notioe, the said Imperial Oil
Company will under Section 7 of the
said .'.ii apply to the Minister of
C, Public Works al his offW' In the City
o;' Ottawa for approval of tbe said
sits and plans and for lonve to construct the sni'd wharf ancl approach.
DATED at Prince Rspert, II.C,
this Jnd day of February, A. D.
1'915. 4w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
CIS Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date fbcated, 23rd  December, 1914.
Skeena   Land  District - -  Districl  o
Qui en Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   Andrew   VV
MaeLean,   of   Prince   Rupert,    B.
conic:' of Lot 2485, thence north SO
chains, thence oast SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence wesi 80
chains, to poinl of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
MS Agent,  Peter Piombo
Hate located, 23rd December, 1914.
Skeena Land  District — District   of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands,
.K5*-__-_- :.^^J^
SYNOPSIS      OF      GOAL      MIXING
REGULATIONS.
RSDPC'EI)   FARES.
Phone No. S»8 is operating on a
sew __»ke<i____ of pi-iocs for auto line
Anywhere wost of Hays Creek th
(liai's* will ba i* cents; to Seal Cov
for on«, two, or three persons th
cba-rgro w_H lib $1; for four or five
$!.••> to or fr.om boats or trains
50 cents. f4tf
NOTICE.
Tho ©nna-timi Patriotic Fund.
Wi.! tlj-ose who need assistance
from the above fund, resident In the
City or district and whose bread-
wimtor Is on active service with the
forces of Hie Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organisation,
tf W, 0   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
ed five miles easl of ihe   north-easl  ,.,, t!lat     „,,   opinIor, would ,)e ,„,
corner of Lot 2435,  thence easl   80
chains, tlience soutli 80 chains,
west i.0 chains, thence north
80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres nunc or
loss.
.;,:::: PETER   PIOMBO.
i     :, :•:::, d, December 4th, 1914
o_WBrawro_H>t.ao <x«r. is-two oooo
SAFE OfPOSH BOXES
For Rent
REASONARLE   RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
6i}t«S_H. O tKM. -SKHJ CS-D-MH. OO UOO _-tK_
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NO. ICE that i"eter Piombo,
of Prince Ru ert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for peril '.. ion   " pn    ii   i   oi     ial   md pe-
oleum ovor the following described
lands on the Wesi Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing al a posl plant-
■ 1 five miles i asl of he north-oast
corner of Lot 2436, Ihence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south SO drains, thence west. 8t
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 64.) acres more or less.
■:i::-h PETER   PIOMBO.'
Date located, December 4th, 1014.
of
for permission to prospeel for coal
and petroleum over the following described lands on the West Coast of
- Island: Commencing at a
I'.cd two miles north of the
north-easl corner of Lol 2433, Ihence
north 80 chains, thence east SO
chains, thence south ..0 chains.
llience  west   80  chains  lo   point   of
1   :    '"  ,!-' -':MI'   committee commencement, com  Ining 640 aeres
with power to act, more °''  '•
! ' DREM    W.   ': ii-U. . w
ns .v- ni    Peti :■  Piombo
Date located,  2    1  December,  I. 1-1.
Coal  mining rights of the   Dominion  in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan   and
thai Andrew   w. ]£*%!* JbZaJ"*°°   TerritOTr.   the
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc-G^?."2S,t£?"!'°.riSS ™*  " ,por"on
*MmX*mm?£?m^Tg!£
ty-one years at an annual   rental of
?1   per  acre.  Not  more   than    2,5(10
hind  this grant,
Ud,  Bevefid tills be
t'     niol Ion cai i h -l.
 o	
Hoard of Trade  Luncheon.
The next luncheon of the Hoard
of Trade will be held on board the
Prince Geoi ge on W< dnesday next
ai. 1 p.iu, G. li. Naden, last year's
president of the hoard, will speak
on "Boards of Trade: Their Value
and   Uses."
You make, we make, we both
make bi„.
Skeena   Land    District—Dislrict
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICH that Peter Piombo,
of   Prince   Rudsrt,   B.C.,   occuputioa
Prospector, inSbnds to apply for permission  to  prospect  for coal and  po-
troleum over the following described
lands on  the West Coast; of (.raham
Island:  Commencing at a post planted  live  miles  east  of  the  north-east
corner of Lot 2.:..., tlience north SO
chains,     thence     west     80     cbaiss, !,llc sal° of liquor by wholesale from
thence  south   to  ohains,  thence oostjn,,,  premises known as Lots  16 and
SO   chains,  to    point   of   commence-j
meat, eonralniag   .40 acres more or 16> nl<«'k 32, Section   1, situate   ..t
,0RS' Frazer Street in the City of Prince
NOTICE- is hereby given that on
tho 23rd day of March next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Ruperl for
permission to remove tho license for
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, Deoomber 4th, 1914,
of
Skeena Land District—District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTIOE that Peter Piombo,
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for coal and petroleum over Ihe following described
lands on tbe West Coaat of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted four miles north of the north-east
corner of Lot 2437, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, tlience west SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 040 aires more or less,
ja29 PETES   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914
?ikhki-cv_-<_ o <H>q Ormooivowavaoo<itao:a<H>ojaowvi
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINOE    RUPERT
ENGINEERS,   MACHINISTS  .AND    MACHINERY    CONTRACTOR."
Specialists  in  Muikiie Power Plains, Oil, Steam or Gasoline.
II, ('. Coa.i  Agents for thc Biltisli  Kromhoiil  Somi-Dlcsol oil
gin,—the ii.".i reliable und    economical,    ami     the    cheapest
power for ll.lihig boats, ims ami passenger vossels.
Stiiudm.1 Las Engine Compun)'s Engines and Purls in .lock.
' '■■&■&.
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue In the said City of
Prince Rupert,
DATED  this  20th  day  of   February, 1915,
PRINCE  RUPERT  IMPORTING CO,
LIMITED.
\V.  II. .Marshall, Manager
f2lmar.2 Applicant.
Corporation   of   the   City of   Peine
Rnpert,
Bylaw   No.    22!),    Eleventh    Avenue
PliuiL- Road, Contract No. I.
SEALED TENDERS will be re
oeived by E. A. Woods, p.lt.y Clerk
np till 5 p.m., Monday, 15th Febru
nry, for the construction of a Bis , . i
fool plank roadway on Hieventh
Avenue mid City Reserve, fror
Ninth  Avenue to Albert Aronue.
Plans may lie seen and specified
tions obtained al the City Engineer'
office, City Hall
Tbe lowesi or any tender aol  	
i asarlly  accepted.
w  McG, mason;
City Engineer
■    .
'
Steel, In ii. Oils '   lata lleiMng, <;. O.   '■< -
!'   ■    •     I    ■ .''!' Ill I..il(<'l'i,\s,    Uf
Repnl . '        i-, ■■'[,. ,".( tinil     till -     •
ropaim.
! .ill'-.   I,
a>ui
mil     ii.ij-
P.O. £f _3
o 0<w ... ..-".-
Skeena Lanif District—Coast Distrli-t
Range ii.
I.-IKE   NOTICE    that    I,     Philip
ehsley, lati nd to apply for a licence
■ pect for coal and   petroleui I
mi   Hi"    f"Hewing    described    lands
Commencing ai .-. posl planted about
60  chains  north  of   tha   south-ensl
ton   :   of   Lot    4396    (T.L,    66fiS I
chains,  thence east
' bains,  thence south    80  chains
halns to the   point
.  onci   lent,       -.■nainln.      '    ■
'■   1 '   Ii now a   :        'i
'".   I cl  Ini,
21,   1914,
JI 7
Skeena  I and   DIsti lei    -  Districl  of
Quei :i  Chat lotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai .ndrew W,
Mail.can, of Prinee Rupert, B. C„
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospeel for
coal and petroleum over the following' described lands on West Coast
of Graham  Island:   Commencing   al
a post planted  two  miles north   of,QU<mtUy of m6rohantable coa] ml
he north-east corner oi  Lol    243o', all(1 pny tho rovaltv th ,f   ,
tlience norlb 80 chains, thence wesi
80 chains, tlience south 80 chains,
thence east. 80 chains, to point of
commencement containing 040 acres
more or loss.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
CIS Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date  located,   23rd   December,   1914.
Skeena  Land  District —  District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C„
occupation Carpenter, intends lo apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Const of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted two miles north
and one mile east of tlie north-east
corner of Lot 243.., thence north SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
soutli SO chains, thence west so
bains to point of commencement,
containing 04(1 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located  23rd  December,  1914.
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must he
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of ihe district In which the rights applied for
ire situ ' -
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicnnl  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output or the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
Tli« person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns    accounting    for    the    full
d
e
co. 1 mining rights are not being op
eraled,  such   returns  should   be  fur
uished at !east once a year.
The lease will include the coal
miaing rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of m. mine lit the rate of $10
Per acre.
For full informal ion application
skeuld be Made to the Secretary of
tbe Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of »otnlriio!i Lands.
W. W. OORY,
D.-oitti'  Minister of the Interior
•- -.._-■*
NOTICE   OK   CANCELLATION    OP
RISER VE,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Guzette on
the 301b of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RBNWICK,
Deputy Minister (f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o21
Daily Journal
50c per month
Save Dollars nt  (.e.H'„p   1).   Titc's
Furniture Salr—everything reduced
Drapery    Goods,    Curtains,    Polos
Carpets and Rugs—25 per cent,   dis-
oillll   at George  I). Tile's. fldll
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near Mcliride St.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince  Rupo.t
Licensei) Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Oer. of First Ave. and  Elghlh St,
W. II. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First Ave. and .Seventh  St.
European   n/iil   American   Plant
Sl.iM) U. $2.80 Per I)n>
Peter  liluck.  Prop.
.&..,
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v-rv «rw®tB_  -' ■ r-v
^_ci.-.:-,!f::Mr;:' <:.,.'
Royal Naval College of Canada.
Tin' iii-x't  examination  for the en-
ry of Naval Cadets, will be held :<t.
tbe examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission In May, 1916,
successful candid, ics joining the colli u or aboul 1st August. Ai^ali-
cntlons for entry will be roooiY
to l_(h April by the Secretory,
Service Commission, Ottawa, -rum
whom blank entry Po.-ii.s_ win now £tr
obtained,
Candidates I'm- the examino/UcM to"
May noKl  musl  Ni h< >v -. n   rii" ofot
of fourteen and  sixteen  on   Un.
.Inl*-, 1915,
Purth T details can !"  ototaiaod •>
Nrplici'ii"]: "i 'P.   -  idori Igned,
'1. -I.  I-ESI-ARAT8,
I . :   .'    • Lae
iloiiai-menl of -■ <\ Eterrfco,
'' 1fl-1.i
Hon    of    Nbi_
 Id 1'iir,.-
:_->'-■'. j:.-.
Pint
.(nil
KNOX HOTEL
Ave.    Between    Rlgliti
Ninth
European  Piun;   Rates BOc to si.(to
Per Day
Besner  *   Itesucr,  Props,
EMPRESS  HOTEJi
•I. V. Rochester V. D. Cnsley
Third Ave. Between Si.v'h nnd
Seventh   Sts.
European Plan;  BOc to   $J  Per Day
ROYAL  HOTEL
Corley «v Burgess. Props,
Tlliril   Ave.  »nd   Sixth   St.
FMropi.in Plan Stcnni floated
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Second   Ave.   und  Sivil-,  St,
Piione 102
RSi*fE lai'inr imporving co"
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sh
Rlioni!    7
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