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 The Joum*!
¥5 00
a year
Hlghcla;
Job
Printin;
VOL. v.
PRINCE RUl'EltT, B.  C, SUNDAY,  APRIL 11,  .
Price   5   Cents.
XO.  128.
CANADA'S SECOND CONTINGENT
.OSSES
FEBRUARY BANK STATEMENT
SHOWS INCREASED DEPOSITS
Feature of the Monthly Return Is u Total  Gain   of   Approximately  87,-
000,(100  in   Deposits—I uncut and Call  Loans in  Canada    Both
Increased   About   $1,500,000 —Current    Loans   Else-
where Up Over 94,000,000    —     Circulation I ment between IVIeuse and Moselle, we
Practically  I itch:-11;.■■-< 1. ___________________________
~~~m 'retained all the ground gained.  We
:i.-..  made fresh progress.    Between
The  February statement of Cana-1 posits.   As compared with  February, J fue Orne au(j  Mje jieuse there  hai
tliiiii   chartered   hanks   shows   fewer   191-4, current loans In Canada show
noteworthy   changes   ihan   has   been j a decrease of over $40,000,001). Cur-
German Troops Have Been
Annihilated Practically
In Fighting With Allies
the  case  . I ice   the  outbreak   of  I
war. The outstanding feature of the
return is an increase in both demand
an.l    savings    deposits,    the   former
showing a gain lor the month of ap-
rent loans outside Canada arc $12,-
:.ii(.,(.nil less than a year ago. this
item having been reduced some
$300,000 during February.
Lack  of  demand  for   commercial
been no engagements. ''At Eparges
lhe enemy has undertaken no action
The day I'.isse.l quietly, the whole
'..n bi In;: in our power aini 11 ,
statement of prisoners eiupln
ihe Importance ;;!' our success over
i1" Germans since tbe end of February. They had at this pari ef ;;.
front, i li. eui ire tw ty third division and the reserves whicli were
necessary I'or this division. These
were exhausted antl the tenth active
proximately    $1,500,000    to   $331,-1 loans is reflected by the increases re-
445,179, and  the  latter  -in  increase ported in call loans, Call loans out-
of   $5,120,000   to   $671,088,613.    As side  Canada   were increased    during
compared wiih the figures for Febru- February by over $4,000,000 to $S9,-
ary.   Hill,   demand   deposits  show   a  890,982.  Cull  loans in  Canada  show
decrease of over $6,000,000, but sav-Un  increase  of   nearly     $1,500,000,
ings deposits  have  increased  during standing al   $67,a"91,'ji69  at  lhe end
the   year    nearly    $32,000,000.    He-  of  lhe   montli.    lt.  is  quite    possible
posits    outside     Canada     Increased' that a further increase in call loans
about    $300,000    during    February, in   Canada   will   he    shown    by    the
antl now stand at $92,092,(KM, This March statement. If this is the case,
figure   is   $17,000,000    less    thnti    a  Hie   contention   thai   lhe   banks    aie
year  ago.   Lank   note   circulation beginning to "loosen  up"  will  he -it j
the end of ihe montli stood at  $97,   least partially verified, I       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
789,392. This  is an  increase of less      Current coin  and  Dominion  notes! —	
than   $60,000  l'..r   the   mon!'..   Lasi  in tho hands of-the banks ai the ena Employers  of  Labor   nntl    Worker'
1   "   '"    -'—-  ■•'■'-   •' -   fori Will   be   Asked  To
were brought up, this division has
just been lost in a veritable fortress.
The troops were frequently ordered
to hold on ai all costs. A general
ti ted i :"it the order to keep It
would sacrifice the whole division.
In the forest of Hon in "e ive curried another line of trei dies and re-
puli ed  a  counter attack,
"To the north of Regnieville we
consolidated und slightly extended
our   po Itions."
"1 ii Ine     half    a     com] ai
which rushed forward to us far as a
villagi     siti  ited    bei v n  oui   lines
und the German lines was surrounded  nnd  captured."
HOSPITAL TICKETS
TO BE EXPLAINED
HONORABLE PEACE
MEETING    WIL!
BE    HELD    IX j IT IS SAID THAT OTHEIt ALLIES
CITY"  HALL NE.VT THURSDAY
ll\'I "XING
AHE AGIU'EAISLI* TO RUSSIA
MAKING SI'CH
year circulation  stood  at  about  11.e of   February  show  little  change  fori
same figure. the month,  the former standing   al
That, there wan comparatively Ut-j$60,125,031, and the latter al $138,-
tle change In business conditions 727,871. Total assets stand at .-1 .-
during February is indicated by the 525,052,085, an increase of less than
way the increased deposits were In- $4,000,000, while liabilities total $1,-
vested  by  the  hunks.  Current   loansi281,079, an increase of over $3.fi00.-|
000.
Attend
Only   Restriction     is    .that
Must be Protected Under
I lie Terms Made
'erbln
in   Canada   stand    ai    $771,6'35;208,
an  increase of  just  over   $1"E ,001
for   lhe   mini I h— Iliis  increase   cone-	
sponding  almost  exactly  to   the  ln-jlng  montli   and   February
crease  in  demand,  or   current,   de-| follows:
Principal  figures of the   February
statement  compare with the preced-
1914,   ns
x.ne   circulation   	
Reserve   fund    	
Demand deposits  	
Xoliee  deposits   	
Deposils   outside    Canada
Total   liabilities   	
Currenl   coin   	
Dominion, notes   	
Call  loans, Canada   	
Call  loans,  outside   	
Currenl loans, Canada . .
Currenl loans, outside ■ ■
Total   assels   	
Feb.  1915.
.$   97,789,392
.    113,227,654
.    331.415,179
671,088,613
92,092,034
. 1,281,079,445
66,125,031
.    138,727,871
117,.".111,709
89,890,982
.    771,635,208
43,661,379
,1,525,052,085
Jan.  1915.
$    97,192,699
1 13,227,699
329,9 I 6,730
666,960,482
91,807,007
1,278,492,520
66,067,376
138,285,061
66,154,891
sr.,70ti.hi I
770,118,911
4:1,(187,270
1,521,319,168
Feb.  1914.
$    97,963,982
112,679,074
337,516,595
640,927,130
119,556,649
1,289,216,072
■   44,227,312
100,775,031
71,374,602
141,143,042
811,711,219
r.ii,or.2,s:i7
1,535,980,490
The Hospital Hoard met yesterday
afternoon in tlie City Hall with the
President O. II. Nelson in the chair.
There were also present Win. Man-
son. G. W. Morrow, Aid. Nicol, .1.
A. Kirl 'ick, W. P. Lynch, and ().
Besner, The two tter were the
new members recently elected to tbe
Hoard. Dr. Wall, the house surgeon  was also present. "*"
A communication was read from
i lie Medical Association relative to
the nursing staff. Tiie letter set
forth that there was a necessity for
two trained nurses to be added to
tlie staff to increase the efficiency at
the present  lime.
The matron reported also that
there was need of an additional
nurse.
Petrograd, April 10.-~Ncg-.th-
lions to obtain an honorable peine
have been opened by Francis Joseph
Emperor of Atisiria-ITungarv. Fear
of "irreparable devastation" is tlie
cause of the Austria move.
Britain and France have agreed
to let Russia couclude a separate
peace with Austria, provided Serbia
is allowed to realize her aspirations'.
Russia demands the surrender of all
'iiilii. iu,   Including  Cracow.
Germany is expected to protest
against the Russian occupation of
Cracow as a nienincc to Prussian
Silesia.
The Emperor has appealed to the
Vatican   to  aid  peaie.
Abamdon Serbia
Geneva, April 10. — r'ie Austrian
movement   against   Sorblr,   is   abon
APPEAL TO CIVILIZED NATIONS
ON BEHALF OF POLAND
In the nildst of a terrible war attended bj il ocIoue misery, the
Demons of death and destruction  noi    tllsi   te  tin    Ei    Ir. Id.
Thousands upon thousands of soldiers an dying on tin field of batik', and millions ol "... n in peri Ing of cold and
hunger,
Two countries have been mere ■ Uy  the  victims ol   thesi    san
guinary conflicts. Two countries, I i terdaj ro erou an now
h ist. ,  of  desolation.  These are   Poland  and   Bel
The assistance given to Belgium has honored humanity. Roland,
my  counl i'y, now appeals  fi .   aid,
.'.., an i, seven times as   'asl as thai  of the tealni of King   Albert,
lias in  Poland been crushed und devastated  by the 1 el of war, The
i lood   of  our  mill: coi     ry  cries  oul   for dlvli     justice.    Her   i "ns,
ipelled to Hi      h l . . :.r.  om   anol her In fi i oni-
I'Ui.     From  the banks of the Xleinon to tin of tli    Carpnlhi: ns
hai di ,! ii ■ ns and villagi and o'ei tin whole of this
huge,   ',   olal ml! y the    . ;   I      ■ I   fan In I      ,' Ings.
All  labor    nd  industry I it '1 .      r
ted;  th .    ,    lias   i. i ;rain  nor  cattle.    Tli in '    .
all work and factories have been uestroyod. The tradesman cannol sell
his ware; '.here Is no one to buy. The hearth Is extinguished, and Is-
ease and misery prevail. The aged and Infirm have no shelter 'rein the
.•old and hardships of the winter weather. Little children, stret. Ing
oul  their arms to their mothers for bread, receive In am     r    bul tears,
Of such stmving people, crying out for aid, listen to me Christian
nations, there are millions.
lias Poland no right to your assistanci '
l"ach unfortunate nation has such riglii in the name of I In inanity,
but the Polish nation has also other claims to plead her cause before
the Universe. Conquered and lorn asunder, she ever struggled against
brutal force, remembering always her glorious past und (■ver affirming
the sacred right, of Liberty. For centuries she was the rampnrl of Civil-
ization, the barrier of Christendom in iis Btruggle with the Crescent. She
ever fought side by side with all defenders of freedom, The names of
Sobiski and KoRciuezko Mil! be ever graven on your memory. Where
was any In      ilcb  Poland did not free! her Mood?
Who:.    iv is   human  suffering,  which 1 meai I      noi   ut tempt
to alle ,'iate? Our genius, o i pi    er     have    left
iheir Imprint upon many pages of thi lory.   0 ever
rose in unison with tl
Tiier.'I'  r     In the name of unl ni        of
try ever fail iiftil to thai        red  ;      ciple,  li.    lie  nai    tin   t.
of Christ, and of our pasl and 'esenl suffi rings, to you Civilized Nal ■ na
I appeal!
I lelc us to  ii ve my ci nnl ■;■   fro Ibh Let us give the
lull..re:- bread to re'ston to   reap   nls
fuliire harvest. May polish mothers be enabled to give their famished
children something more than tears. May Ihe Polish Nation survive
this hour of supreme trial and  ivith  n i   strength  and   hope  uwalt  t
he dawn of her near Resurrection.
I-H3NRYK  SII.XIalKWICZ.
General  committee  for  the  relief of the victims of wai  in   Poland:
Henry  Slenkiewicz, president;   Ignace   Paderewski,    vice-president;    Anthony Osuchowski, president of the Executive  commission.    The    Swiss
donetl.    The General Staff admits  i! •N';"ional    "l!,1,i   fBanquo  Natiohalo Suisse)   al   Lausnnne   receives   con-
The Mayor's Thanks
I wish i.i warmly thank all my supporters for the hearty support
given me in tho mayoralty contest just closed, I am indeed surprise.I
ai my opponents in attempting so vicious a campaign upon the issue of
what   Iheir  organ   staled   to   he  u   mere   technicality,   especially   in    view
of iheir interests being so vitaiiv in.und' un iu the success of our financial arrangements. However, as l waged no campaign whatever, and
ditl not personally solid I :. single vole, my re-election Is doubly gratifying to me, from the fuel that the whole cretlil of my return belongs
to my supporters, A year and a quarter ago I was elected by a majority of *7; ibis time by 88, with some two hundred ol my former sup-
porlers having gone lo the front to well and truly serve their empire,
Surely, therefore, my present supporters should feel fully satisfied
.wiih the result of this contest. Again I thank them, with the assurance that. 1  shall  still  strive to measure  up  to  their expectations.
S. M. NEWTON.
mil   four  miscellaneous  bntteiie
he  li
fron I.
GENERAL  MANAGER   l'.\Pill Till)
Mr. Donaldson, Vire.-Pres. and
Qeneral Managed of the G.T.P Is
expected ill the city In the course of
a few days, rie will make his regular inspection of the line following the spring opening throughout
the country.
Advertise ln The Journal.
ASSUMED  OFFICE
Mayor Xewton and Aid. Dybhavn
have entered upon their duties al
lhe City Hall. They were formally
sworn In yesterday before Magistrate Carss.
 o	
SCHOOL RE-OPENS
The public school opens again on
Monday after the Easter holidays.
Dr. Wall upon being consulted ex-jinss nr 20,000 men, iwt batteries of
pressed   the  opinion   that the  need[l2-lnch mortars, twenty  mick firers,i
really  existed.     There   was  a   shorl-
age of trained help.
The Hoard discussed  ihe question
with  respect  to the financial aspect.j . 0.   .	
It  was   felt  thai  jusl  al   present  theL„-   afiAMrwlJI/untrt
proposition  Of an   increase could  iiol.lllL   l/Ulllli I lUllD
be   entertained.       The     Medical   As-
social ion   will   he   so   advised.     The
communication   was   referred   tn   the
finance committee to consider.
The  question  of  Hospital   tickets
was  fully discussed  at the  meeting.
H was decided lo call u  etlng on
Thursday  evening  next   In   the  City llol*r
hall   lo go Into  the subject with  em-i
ployers of labor and  with labor or-1
ganlza tions.
i trlbtttions
Address of  Executive commission:
Vevcy      (Switzerland),
Grand  Hotel.
es   '" I *oWV*0*4VO040*>WmWtS*V0<00V*^
the  lighting on    the    Diikla-Eprles| S
ARE IMPROVING
Second CoRtingciti: To Go Now
Ottawa, April lo. flight II..n. Sir Roberl Borden announced
today tlial Viscount I'i' hener had called for a Boconri expedition
'ary force from Canada. This «ill mean the inovinR ol the rar-
lo      !■ :1m. ni    i   ii,  oi In.   i    from Canada to  Europe,
c^oi>oooi>oooooaia0ODoooo-oooi>oooi»aooo<>-i>oooaoooot>ooaooo5
ii. A,  DIETRICH OK VANCOl vm: oHa-aaoaooiaooaoooooa^ioo&ooooooooooaooiKiooooaciooooooaooo
savs.ther, has ..uiv   $        Another Steamer Has Been
^^^^^^^^^^ 111 j I
QUITE AN  IMPIUM BMENT
eniiiiiie   of   Machinery   i
pniiv  .Fool   Oul look    Is
Cut ttl
I'ottondam,   April    10.    The   British   steamer    llarlycu    under
charier  to  Ihe   Belgium   relief 'commission,   has   been   either   tor-
5     i,  loed or sunk hv .. mine In the North Sea, twenty-seven out  of a
D
ft    creii   of  llfl. ihree have  been aci ountcd  for.
04 O-SHKHKI00 O O 0IWKWHWO O O 0 0 O 00 <>OaOl3<ll»-D«0-OOfKia>OOOl«lOOl!Hi!
A   letter  will   be  sent   to  those   in- feeling Of optimism Is abroad and   r*0444000000O0O00004000*044*>000OO4000O0*OO0004440*040Q
terested and an open conference will Indications   plainly   polnl   to   a   gen
be held with the Hoard. iera]  awakening,    O.  A.   Dietrich  ut
The   question   of   planting   shrubs j Vancouver,  who represents  the  B.C.
and   flowers  at   the  grounds  was  referred  to the   CroundB    committee
with  power to acl.
OUST LEAGUE IOM.lt.*,I.I,    *
Portland8, Salt Lake 'j.
OakbndS, Los Angeles 4.
Venice 6, San Francisco 7.
Equipment Company Is in the city
and in common with many others
who have visited here trom the
soulh, points to the faci thai there
has been a marked change In conditions.
He deals in machinery for mining
and   other   equipments,     The .past
month   has   been,   be  says,   Is   vory
(Continued  on  Pare Two.)
Aviators Are Now Wanted
i.i.mi. i'ii. .1. Duff-Stuart,commanding the 23rd Infantry Brigade with headquarters in Vancouver, bus receiver order authorizing him in nccepl men desiring lu lolunlcer for the British
aviation corps. Mechanics are the class chiefly desired, men with
nn iniliniiie acquaintance with gas engines Previous experience
in Hying will, of course, be an advantage, bul i; is not expected
that many so equipped will come forward. The men will have to
volunteer on ihe understanding thai they will have to take Iheir
chances of progress In the corps after arriving in I'ngluntl, where
they will have to undergo the rigorous course of Instruction prescribed  for the corps.
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I Sunday, April "■ '!"'
MtLNC
KITF.RT    JOURNAL
i
J»_m__mf*
Zma Buyer l0umalJFISH RETURMS OFF     f
*       - BRITISH COAST |
«<HJ1«1004004000 40044 040440004400004040040040004444000
Product No.
«W»LI'X1>I1>  EOR  PLUMBERS
Contains about  2*4   lbs.
si..Ml
,,, h. NKLMlN. I''11""
hvilAT THE 1X1)1 STl'.V  MIIAN?
Third    Avenue   East, I DU'EEREXT   PARTS   OK
'       *.
'""McBri'.h' Street. Telephone 1
13S:
IIO.MLI.AXI).
near     ___________
Postofllce Box 607.
DAIL-?   EDITlOf I Kil,,|,  ,,(■   pish    Contribute    to
nmSVenZ"^Tc^FJh the Wealth of Those
. ill-!'- 'll. I
Monda;..
city at" the following"rate, if paid in
advan"
. 55.110
•2,50
.51.2 5
The" file of Product No. 9!) Is strictly
eontir-vl to th. high-class supply
houses, lis cost of manufacture is
theref-re not affected by Dept. or
"price flitting store" influence that
30 otV-i drives manufacturers to the
use ol inferior chemicals and processes, "or is the dealer allowed to fi
reduce he retail price under penalty 2
of   ha'   ig   his   supply   terminated.   §
One "rear . • ■
Six Month. .
p ... Months
lf    „ot    paid   in    advance,
H   Month   . • .
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Puhlished  every   Friday  for  circu
lation   outside   tbe   Cit;
.$0.50
In the annual report on tlie seal
and Inland fisheries of Ireland for
1913, ii Is noted thai the d< 'line In
the quantity of flsh landed and in
the number of boats and men em-ji
which   was   pointed    oul
Advertising Rates Upon Application
Sunday, April 11, 191
LEAVING  I'l'
THE
,     of
FRONT
Sergt.     Mclniyre,     ot     the   Irish
ed  here,  is leaving
reported.     He
ordered   to   proceed   at
e
Eusiliers,  station,
for   Shorncliffe   it   Is
lias     been
once.
—o-
THE   CONDITIONS   ARE
IMPROVING   Gi'allATT.V
(Continued from Page One.)
of   I'rtnce nlovef]     	
        addressed to I]
niiec... ..a ,-•■ - - -       - toi.revious  annual    reports,   still    . ..n-
nolnto in Canada; or $.'.oo a yeai io
H'l points in the I'nited Kingdom tinues, the decreased quantity being,
the United States or other foreign ^^ pX]|].ljnetl ,|y _e comparative-
countries. |ly   ijQor  mackerej   flsne'ries  and   the j
susiiension of trawling at Dublin ow-
ing to labor troubles. The decrease
in fishing boats is, however, accompanied by an increase in high-powered motor vessels. In 1913 there were
5,093 vessels actually engaged in
the sea fisheries as against 5,1118 in(.
1912, a decrease of 105; of the total,
thirteen were steam trawlers, while
359 sailers and thirty-eight motor
boats also carried on trawling; most
of the others were engaged in long-
lining, thirty-five having motor en-j
gines. There were 17.S23 men and
251 boys employed—800 fewer men
andlOl less boys than in 1912.About
4,000 persons were engaged in the
lobster and crab fisheries, about 350
in taking mussels, 280 in picking
cockles, and 2,300 in gathering periwinkles.
The Fish Landed.
According to the returns, the total
of sea fish (other than shellfish)
landed was 676,392 cwt., valued at
£294,625 as compared with 894,1.44
cwt. and 1306,786, or decreases of
217,752 cwt. and £12,161. The quan-R
tity landed was less on all the
coasts, but the value increased on
the north and east coasts. The average price per cwt. was 8s. 9d. against
6s. li'd. in 1912. Soles, turbots,
brill, cod, haddocks, hake, mackerel,
rays and skates, and whiting diminishing in quantity and value," conger eel, herrings and ling decreased
in quantity but bad higher value,
while plaice increased both in quantity and value. Mussels, cockles and
lobsters Increased in quantity and
value; periwinkles and oysters decreased in quantity and value. Tlie
total value of the shellfish Is placed
at £63,1)22, as against £60,581 In
1912. The amount, of fish, excluding
herrings, mackerel, shellfish, salmon
and I rout, which passed through the
Dublin market was 3,25 0 tons, or
1,170 tons less than in 1912. This
was owing to ihe labor troubles
causing the steam trawlers to work
from oilier ports. Cod was the chief
fish landed, then came whiting and
hake, and in lessor quantities rays,
pollock, ling, gurnard, plaice, megrims, black soles, brill and turbot.
The Mackerel Catch.
Thi catch of spring mackerel in
11112 was US,253 cwt. valued at
E32.165, while lu 1913 it was only
74,276 cwt. ..:' a value of £22,24 L
riu rii    pi . cwt. rose trom
tin.   5(1.  In   1912  to  Os,   in   1913.  The
in barrels  cured   for export
ly  3,571   u      i ompnred    with
,.    li in 1912, while 2,225 cases ol
...    ti    the
fllnited St.ites. In the autumn fishery
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
_ CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
'".ni" destroys accumulations  if lint,   paper,   cloths,   hair,   Bliine,
grease,  vegetables   soap,  fruit imi!  ninny others.   It  is harmless to
tines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE HON"!'   I'l It   OFF TEST    IT
This lyeparatlon has been io generally successful in clearing
drains that it is bought ovei' and over again by those who have
tried it, but Inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely Impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tie result.
,   G. T. P. S.S.   *
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
CHEWCAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
"OR SALE  BY
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER ,;
"EST  IN   PLUMBING   AND   HEATING   PHONE    ISS!   3
||iH0aaWH«rtlKHKH»«'!^^
MBER
much better than he had expected.
There has been evidence of activity
in the mining industry which indicates that many are getting into the
hills in an effort to develope the
mineral   wealth.
In Vancouver. Mr. Diericlt says, it
is quite evident the bottom has been
reached. There is a tendency toward improvment now which he
thinks should continue to increase.
Within six months time, he would
not be surprised he says, to see excellent times in the province of
B.C.
Nomination Notice
Public notice is hereby given to
the Electors of the Municipality of
Prince Rupert that I require the
presence of the said Electors at the
General Office of the City Clerk,
City Hall, Tuesday, the 13th day of
April. A. n. 1915, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing a
person to represent them in the
Municipal Council as Alderman, to
fill the vacancy caused by the resignation  of  Alderman   McClymont.
The mode of nomination of candidates shall  he as follows:
The candidates shall be nominated
in writing: tlie writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder,
and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer al any lime between
the date of the notice and 2 p.m. of
the day of the nomination; lhe said
writing may he In.the form numbered live '."), in the schedule of the
Municipal Elections Act, and shall
state the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person proposed, in such manner as sufficiently in identify such candidate;
and in the event of ;. poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on
Hit. 1 ilth day of April, 1915, in lhe
Council Chamber at the City Hall,
Fulton Street, from the hour of 9
a.m. to !he hour ..I 7 p.m., ot which
• "." erson I.- hereby required to
take notice and govern himself ac-
. ordln
Qualification for  Mayor,
■ ■   Iflt tl   ... be noml-
■   f ind elected r
11 be'an
; .; the fill,
■
■
lOXl
lay oi been tl
ed O       -   .■
..   ' 1 ' ■• :''
'ithe catch amounted to 124,791  cwt
nd Dollai and
egistered '
id whi    li     - . L |
a 'Municipal   V,.-. B__   _
Quollllratton Tor Alileiiiinn. ;i!; ;   ,l-11"'   The early purl  of
Persons qualified  to be nominated"16  season   was   very    unproductive !
for and elected   as   Aldermen   of   a and about one-third ot the catch was
('.',   shall  he such   persons   as   are
British subjects of the full age obtained  i'1  January  nnd   February,
m twenty-one years,   and   who   are 1914.   The departmenl  continued lt
nol  disqualified   under any law,   and
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A CCaWLETL LINE OF BUILDERS* SUPPLIES
WESTH0LME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
mams
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LUMBER
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AMI Milll'lllE ST. PRINCE KUPKMT
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smitliers, B.C.
nwmm
m
ASK FOR
|valu. .' 11,422,  ns ago ;   , ,
,"vi   ui,,i  i:' 1,927 In   19121  30,-
ts   were   eured   Eor   ex .orl
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COCF-^N
'0*«'i r net to wcIom i«n Uuin
l-Wiiti
t.C«
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD Rl I I -i enirlully
cboton frora ll»i* <:.w.irfli«'ioai ot iv* ><vo thousand
kiKccKrfu! UaMii i'l Kirr Rose.. F1o.it thio'tgliimt CfiP,icla.
Alan U*fKJ Not™ on tbe v.numi da*Mi ol good thintjt
tu <"»t, *J1 of wWK lift** \tftttm rartlui};' ..liM.kcd nnd
t&clttcimti Wr C«no|>n«»Tit MtWvm-/.
ttWiet; yum liwtlspe to Utt Of THE WOOflS WlUHfr Ct^MTtD, WIHHirtC
HOI  -     PriatlaM     11 al»air'.,    »   O
swev; .        itfoii'ijKV KtM.Lr, »y««ii.,-i,. „ oo
I
s.s. Prince George every Friday at !) a.m.
S.S. Prince John nt 7 p.m. on Sunday, April It, 2">, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements s.s. Prince John 10 p.m. Saturday,
April :i,   17, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockcport, etc., S.S. Prince .Itdui  11   p.m.   Sunday,
April l, is, etc.
For Stewart "Und Nuns River S.S. Prince Jnlin I)   a.m.   Wednesday:
April 7, 31, etc.
For Anyox  (Granby liny)  s.s, Prince George midnight every Wod-
ncKthiy.
G.T.P.   Ii.\n.WAV  S( MKIIIT.I.
Trains leave Prince Ruperl for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.in., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  with  trains  lor  St. Paul, Chicago nnd all   .mints   enst.
Trains arrive  from the east on Thursdays nnd Sundays ot 0.30 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
The   Double-track    Route
Frem Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,
Montreal,   etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets and full inl'urninticu i-4.„. idiug travel tn
any part of tlie world apply to tlie G.T.P. Ticket Oflice, Third
Avenue |  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS MONDAY, APRIL 12
J. G. Mi N.ll., General Ageut,.corucr Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
00 wWHKKW-iWHWaittHM^
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
,9 ;»!":!■ """"i.^      For further particiilaas apply to
JOHN   BARNSLEY,   AGENT        :: 031 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
!|«H»lMKKHKa»<H>aKHStt<8,^^
* Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   IKOll
Capital     $   11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $   12,500,000
Total   Assets    $185,000,000
Savings Rank Department—">1 will open nn account
Brandies   Throughout   Canada  nnd Ranking Connections With All
Parts of the United Suites. Agents Throughout the World.
H. P. WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Rupert   Branch
!#»WaWa»iWKHKHKH'^^
hnve been   Eor the six months   next
fling the d        I    nmin itlon the
i .1 Owners, in Hie Land Keg-
is i ry i i'l,. • , of land or real property
iu the City of the assessed value on
tli« lasl Municipal Assessment lit.11
of Five Hundred Dollars or more
over uu.I above any registered judgment er charge, and who are otherwise duly qualified us Municipal Voters.
Olven under my hand nl Prince
Rupert, lirllisli Columbia-, this 7tli
day of April, 1015,
ERNEST   \. WOODS.
:.,.:. I u Returning Officer,
The llenijig  Fisheries.
ivorli in curing mackerel for the Am-1     The catch  of li ring In  the sura-
. il.i'i,   market,  where    the   branded [nier fish In i   (May I   to October 311
fish have earned a  good reputation. I was 220,000 cwt., rallied al  £93,000
In   all   223   barrels  were  cured,   thejns compared with
against 208,000 cwt, and £68,882.
The larger pari of the decrease was
nt. Hiineranii nntl Downlngs, Great
damage to nets from dogfish was re-
2,000 cwt, andIported.  The total cure amounted to-j
net prices realized being II  12s. 8d.UV9,!  In    hi   pre low   year-   a de-
tor No. 2 grade at   Philadelphia, £1 Urease of 23,0 :wt. and an Increase
7s, 'i.i   for Nn. ?. iir:'. Miiluilel-"'f £13,700. Tlie aggregate cure was
i l,mi" barrels, compared with 34,-
590 barrels in the previous season.
I'lip  Irish  Crown  Brand   for  pickled
pliin. and £1 Ss. lid. al Baltimore,''42,117 barrels, 4,762 half-barrel«,|berrings which, it Is stated, continues
und £1 lis Ud. for No. I grade nt and 8,000 boxes kippered, ln the to grow in favor with carers and
Philadelphia, and £1 Is. 1 lil. nt Hal-1 winter fishing the catch was 142.-'oontinenfal buyers, was availed of
timore. ,nn"    <''»*■.    v'alupd   at   £37,580,   o
mi Im u:''i  buyers,  was
(Continued  on  l'age
availed
I'll roe. I
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR  MOP POLISH
AI.ABASTINE    SANITARY  WALL  COATINC
WATER  HOSE, OARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR  100  PER   CI.MT. PURE PAINT
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND  GRASS SHEAR.!
CARPET     BEATERS,   GARBAGE  PAII.S
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO..eo8TMrdA
■■Mai
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OttlKHMHK!000   ..'     ' D«l*0-rKH5lMlaVDlal-Oati<HaiKI<l»a>f, ;«W!H>ttWK>WW5WXH>
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Prinze Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamin?1
W. J. CRAWFORD, FSanager
phone 566      •"i.-ars:
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month vv, :■. ■
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PRINCE
RUPERT   J0URN
j.w. m-mamms-
irril 11, 1915,
in 1913 by two curers,
ui Howli,!19S,;::•"." cwt!., valued at £154,272, aslMORE  OPTIMISM   IS  APPARENT
and  at  the  oilier   at  Cloger   Head, agamsl   ■ ■ -. :,'■'     '  ■ ■-'■-■    '
The number ofbarrels branded was,in janunl,v last ye;ll, T1,„ „,..       •„.
8,540'4, wlii.ii  was   u   considerable
IN   WEST
proportion of the tdtal'cure. In 1912
which
i were
' ii
.■ui Eish,
is,
Been    Busier
Vein's.
CIuiii   In   Previous
showed    Increasi..
sparlings    isiu.ilis)
the number was 10,894.barrels, and
in 1911 4,814'A  barrels. Curers gen- j ho1"1'.     !t'":n;l    soles    "' !     '"'
erally were able to sell their branded w!'»^ Bleats,    sparlings,    tusk,   gur-
fienings at the place of care,   while hards,  catfish,  anglers,  hake, lemon
uiibranded bei rings had mostly to be]soles    ali"    megrims    increased    in
"consigned"   to  German  markets,   a value.    Tii..re ivas u large decline in
large proportion being sold at a s'ac-b6rrmgB'    trom   :!'il'-:'1    cwt   an<1
,.j(ice# ! £85,227  to 76,435  cwt.  anil   £34,151
—decreases  of    284,816    :wi     :;nd
Loans te Pisliernieiia , .. . ..
I £51,076.  Cod   I" reased    by    21,141
.During    the   year   ended   March,jcwt|  bu( on)j.
1914,   ninety-seven   applications   for' ,,,„.,.,.  gh(Jwe(,    decreaaea   ,„■    ,.,,;,„,,
loans were received   from  144   per- cw(    ,nll|   <:.-,,r,i.7    Halibul    tell  from Prom  now   on   'says ihe "Canadian
sons, the amount asked being   -1r>•-' j ,074  cwt   and   £8 474   to  555  cwi». Curler")     the     railway  -   earnings
,,,l should    exceed   those  of  lasl   year.l
Financial   Outlook   Everywhere   Improved   ..'..'!        '. lui'aetttrers   Hnve
Lu'    , r
in an
i    ■'
are  ord
.
Skeena    I
.   .    '
! IMPERIAL MACHINE IR
...es
■I
' ,
.
I eople who ha ■ been most .timid with regard to the financial situation in Canada are becoming more
optimistic. The announcement that!
Canadian Pacilic Railway earnings"
were   $507,000   higher   in   February!
£167,   while    had-  tnis   yi'"v   than    February   hlst   ''e'l'"j
is  uiie of tin   signs  of the limes.
Initialled   und
Repairs
Plant    In    '.'"
third
Sen
TAKB MOT
ol   Prince  Rupert,   B.C .     n    ipatii
Pro ] '.'«tor, Intends to ,.:. ily foi  ,
I and Oxy-Acetylem
troleum over the fallowing desci
e'en   the  ordinary  , nents  of Iands on   -,e Wl      , Phone Red 186
the   .;•!!'   ecftnoi ii   I erlod. ,        Island:  Commencing at: Ian
..,„,„ ,. ,        .',    led three miles north of the north-eas
ln'"' mis'ed corner of Lot 2437, tbence nort
by   reports   of   last   yei slness. I chnlns, thence wesi ve chains, thence
iNe»iy --•- > -^!:s^:;«'V'::;;:,: ,.
I will show largei 1 1915 than 'containing 010 acres more or less. Estimates gl*cn ,,„ ;li|   ciag8e8 „t
J. Ha HILDITCh
Gontractor and Builder
they did   In   "■ 1 I
Ma29 PETER   PIOyMBO.      work, whether small or large.
Dale located, December 3rd,  1914.tonal
•   liHIli   ll
{intent  I'.ail Grey's Own  *
Rides, •
990 13s., ninety-four loans, amonnt-
and
lug to £15,70.")  were granted to  141 j-frot]
.',120;    lemon    soles   ini
1,308  cwt,  to  £4,259  to  1,788
There lias been some question of the
persons,    The  department  continued ;(.w|   ,ln(1  55745   ^]le general ..-,. .,,- C,  P.   r    dividend,  u  few  pessimist!
to  assist  by  loans to  fishermen,   1» I elation  in  the price of  fish  Is Indi-1Predicting  a   reduction.       With   In-1
the    development    of    mechanically I
propelled  fishing craft, but this development reached snob a stase that | 4 57
January last
cwt.,
the funds were unable to meet all
the demands, and a loan of £4,il(li)
at 3 per pent, interest, was obtained from the Development Commissioners. Sinee April 1, 1900, £81,-
543 has been granted as loans, repayments having amounted to £50,-
S65, outstanding notes not arrived
at maturlly represent £36,455, ar-'
rears are £2,055, and bad debts
written off only £344, ot less than 1 I
per cent.
Scotch Fisheries in January,
The   returns   from    Scotland    (or
January,   1915,   show   a   large   decrease.     The   quantity   landed    was 10s.  lVud.
year the quantity
valued  al    £486;    lasl
,|n creased earnings and improved pros-j
wag!pects there is practically" no danger
of a  reduction.
month   the  quantity  was  only   1,986
cwt., but the value was £754.
"Some of the pessimism is due to
a   misunderstanding  of   the   annual
Trawlers at  Aberdeen   made   73l|reports wnioh ilre comln8 ollt' rhese
landings   againsl    892   in   January, lreIate "nIy t0 buslness up to Dec. 31,
1914; they landed 50,261 cwt., valu
ed at £64,971 against  115,554  cwt
and £85,1
81.0 cwt.
worth  21s.  lid.  per cwt.,
against  129
Steam
agains
,'t.   and    14s
liners      made      twenty-four j
sixty-four    landings;     the!
and do not include business results
obtained In the first three months
of 1915. These months of January,
February and
much     better
ORDERS by Major .1. II. \le-
Mullin, Commanding, March 19,
Parades—"A" Company will
* parade at tho Exhibition Building on Wednesday, April 7,
and Friday, April 9, at 7:4".
p.m.
at 7:45  p.m.
"B" Company will parade at
the Exhibition Building on
Monday, April 5, and Thursday,
April 8, at 7:45 p.m.
W.  S,   MARSHALL,  Lieut.
. Acting  Adjutant.
(HI, tlie average catch being 1
March     have     been
• ii,I jiiimii iieiter than the last three
months of 1914. The manufacturers-have been busier. Municipalities
C4 7"4 Ihave found it easier to finance, and
hence have increased their activities.
advances
catch  was 3,858  cwt.,  worth
against 10,843 cwt. and £5,479;  the]
average catch  was  100.6  cwt.  worth j
24s. 8%., as against  169.4  cwt.  and:
I     "As   spring
.must  improve.
conditions
The prospects for a
ln»
Skeena   Land    District—District    nf
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospec'.or, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles north of the north-east
corner of "Lot 2437. tlience north 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south 80 ebains, thenco west 80
chains, vto point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
'a-29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914.
Skeena Land   Distriet — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKf, NOTICE tbat Andrew W.
Maelaaaii. of Prince Rupert, B. G
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on Weet Coast
.f  Graham  Island:   Commencing   at
post planted two miles north of
the narth-east uornar of Lot 2435
tikomce north 80 ohains, thence west
8# chains, thence pj^th 80 chains
thejue east 80 ohains, to point of
coain»eneemeia.t containing 640 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
#8 Agent,  Peter Piombo
Bate  located,   23rd  Deoember, 1914
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
Skeena  Land   District  —  District  ot
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
. TAKE   NOTICE  that   Andrew    W
MaeLean,   of   Prince   Rupert,   B.   C,
occunatriou  Carpenter,  intends to ap
ply   for   permission   to   prospect    fo
oeal and  petroleum over the folUw
ing   described   lands    on    the    West
Oaast   of   Gratia   Indiana
Coast  of Graham  Island:   Comnienc
ing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
i'.::'ner of Lot 2433, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south    80    chains,    thenco   east    80
chains   to   point   of    commeneement
containing 640 acre« more or less.
ANDREW   W.   HaoLEAN.
118 Agon:,  Peter Piombo
Date  located,   2?.rd   December,   1914
Skeena   Land    District-   District    of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Pi ti 1 Piombo,
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pros] ector, Intends to apply for permission to i.ro.-i... i for c -il and petroleum ovor lho followin:; described
lends on the West Coasl of Graham
Island: Commencing at a host planted live miles east and one mile north
of the north-east comer of Lot. 2485,
thenee north 80 chains, thence easl
SO chains, thenee south SO ebains,
thence west 80 chains, tp point of
comnienaeiuent, containing 640 acres
mors  or  less.
ja29 PETER   PIO.MBO.
Date located, December 4th,  1914.
whether  small  ,,1   large.    Utr.
uttentiuii  given   n. every   iffm.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK  PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary I'ubll)
Oilice  tn
EXCHANGE   BLOCK
of
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  e
Specialty
Office:  Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
SkeenaT""£and    District—Distriet
Queea  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Poter Pionibo,
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,    occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per- Examinations   and    development    ot
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuii  St.       Vancouver! B.fl
A. FAULDS, ILL M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
mission to prospect for coal and pe.
troleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted live milts east and one mile north
of tbe north-east corner of Lot 243-5
tlience north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 cliains,
thenc* east SO cliains, to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 1914.
LAND ACT.
Skesna   Land    District—District   0
Quean Charlotte Islands.
TAKK  NOTICE  that  I,  D.    Hogg
of  Queen  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for pcrmls
,ion  to  purchase  the  following    de
scribed lands: Commencing at a pos
planted     at    the    south-west      cor
er o'f  Cooden   Island    in   Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thence norther
ly,  thence  westerly,  thence  souther
y, following shore line to point   of
ommoneament, containing five acres
nore or less.
DANIEL   HOGG.
Dated  6th February,  1915. f 13
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
M.'tssage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Traav
ment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N.  L.   llantliisytle, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE RUPEUT
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 441
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Whart
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
aiectrlc Blue Printing, Negatives in"
White Prints
k3 %■ / L
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covere today
more than 142 acres —equal to 7(1 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more in its
■Tranche.',.
Every process, every roon      im       ul   e,
Every bottle ;
This Quality-Plant, ■
ago, h: a model of mo II    .
The hundreds of visitors who 1.0 thr.
every day know that noilili.e, <>■
could bo made any better than Budweiser,
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
tiiE
j%^^g| I JW|L.;i''.>a      Ffe
*■" "-     ■4T~a^.^—-aaa^H   fc^     fatf.      i".^' ^MLjfe    ,
-1,5.,-   1.       • T 1 i  ipaaall.;.!,. ''"li"''T7TTri,a'i:77 IS '.''li1     ' S ~,\ "i s "'' 1. U'„ = S" BSsfBlV 'S^Uffi   ,
ffiifflyra
Some of Hie Principal
. Buildings
r' .1
0 U II
II ll I!
.A—'  '   V    ' ... 1 ■ »«*"      -
'-'/■
HiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSiS
Skeena   Land    Distriet—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that. Peter Piombo,
if Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Proapeetor, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for coa! and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham i
Island Commencing at a ost. planted three miles north and one mile
."isl of tiie norHi-east corner of Lot
2437, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains thenoe Bouth 80
chains, them o wesi i 0 chain:, i
!i..im of commenci ment, conta nil
640 "" ■   more or I   ■
. : '"i t)   ; ii.'.r.o.
i oca
^kit-nil   Land   Oil Irlct rict  ot
TAKE  NOTICE  thai    Vndrew
MaeLean,  of   Pi Im o   Rii] ert,   B,  C.
occupal ion  Carpenter, In i nds to ap
. ply for permission to pi aspect for
coal and  petroleum oyer the toll
I Ing described lands on the Wesi
Coast of Graham Island: Comnienc
ing at a posi planted one mile north
anil two miles east of the north-eaBl
|corner of Lot   2485, thence north.  80
efcaans, thence east so chains, thence
south   80    ckains,    tlience    wesi    80
chain?,   to  point   of  commencement
guntalning 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   Mael.r'AX.
IK Agent,   Peter   Piombo
Hate located,  23rd   Docoihber,  1914.
Form  11.
Form of Notice.
Skeena    Land    District—District    oi
Coast  Range  6.
TAKE      NOTICE     that     Edward
Chesley,   Prospector,   of   Shames,   in
tends   to   apply   for    permission    to
ea'se   the   following   described   land:
commencing   at a post  planted one
.uarter of a mile east of Mile  Pos
S3 of G.T.R. from Prince Rupert o
-prtli     boundary   line    of     railroadl"
right   of   way    and    about    one-half
nile easterly  from south-east corner
if   Wm.   Bison's,   thence    nortli    Hi
hains. thence west 10 chains, thenee
south    lu    chains    .thence    east    10
chains  to  the  point   of   commencement and containing III acres, in:   i
'.'   lir-.E.
EDWARD   CHESLEY,
Dated Jantiarj  l l, 1915.
Ph-ine Bine  183 Res.  Phone 391
UP-TO-DATE
UNDSAVS GftRTJIBE & STOHRBL
G. T.   P.  CARTAviE AGENTS
381    SECOND   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
handled by us. Ail orders recetvt
prompt attention   Phone No. 68.
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Notice is hereby glvi i that on the
£rsl   day   of   April   next    application
will   lie  made  taj   uie  superintendent
of     Provincial    Police   and   to   tho
Board  of License Commissioners foi
the City   of   Prince  Rupert for per
mission   to  change   the  site   of    the
wholesale liquor   business now   car
riert on by the undersigned company
from   its  present  premises,    namely,
|, Arriving Every Day      Lots I'i and 17, Block 11, Section 1
0,it,ii,   orders promptly attended to,situate on  Second  Avenue,   City   o j
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   Bituati
on  Lots  i"  uu'I  10, Block  32,   Sec
tion  I, on Fraser Street, in the Cltj
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FACTS   PREPARED   AROUT   FISH-
ERIES    OI     NORWAY    FOR
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'[Only   Skilled   Operators   Employed
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1916.
Beaver  Wholesale    Lieiuoi   Compan.
of   Prince  Rupert,  Ltd.
2Smar28 C,  A.  SWBDT,  Ugr
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Much to Interest Local
Industry.
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117 Set..nil Street Phone II
lit ute   Morton    -    -    Manager
The   Flsh  Trades  Gazette   il   their
Issue of  February 117,   1915,  publish-
t
ed a review of the fisheries of Norway in the year 1914, which is submitted herewith Eor the information
of those Interested In the Canadian
fishing Industry and deslroui of being acquainted with conditions in
competitive sources of supply.
Outstanding Features.
The statistics of the fisheries of
Norway last year are noi yet published, bill u review-ol' them is given
in the last number of the Norsk
g Fiskeritidende, from which the foils lowing account is taken. The cod
g   fishery gave a  result   over the aver-
ivere sold to the herring-oil facto
ries; 254,000 barrels were salted
against 106,000 in 1913 and 231,
000 in 1912. The drift-net fishiir
in the North Sea was a small affair
yielding only 2,900 barrels, .as com
pared with 9,900 In 1913 and 20,
900  in   1912.
weglans salted 148,664 barrels, the
Icelanders 71,742 barrels, the Danes
24,960, the Swedes 25,912, and the
Germans 1,950 barrels.
This is of great Importance to the
tinning industry, and il was nol very
good in 1914. On the old grounds in
the Stavanger Fjord and Sondhord-
land lhe sprats were practically not
to be got. Later they were secured
in the Hardanger, at North Bergen-
inis province, and Romsdal. Tlie total brought to Stavanger, which is
the   headquarters   of   the   "sardine"
NOTICE  is  hereby given that   on
j tho 23rd day of March next appliea
tion  will  be made to   the   Super if.
SYNOPSIS      OF     COAL      MINING j tendent  of  Provincial  Police  and   to
REGULATIONS. the   Board   of   License    Commission
ers for the City of Prince Rupert for
.   Cf' ,mIn'n6. rlShts ot the   Domin- permission to remove the license for
len In  Manitoba, Saskatchewan   anUi
Alberta,  the  Yukon   Territory,    the.tlle sale of "Quor by wholesale from
\,   i„.|-.„,i   ii     \  r. iNoi-thweat Territories and a portion the premises known as Lots 15 and
•of the Province of British Columbia.L.    '      ,    „„   D    ,,        ,     .,     f       ,
16, Block 32, Section   1, situate   ut
fma,y. be leased fo.r a term of twen-
•one year* at an annual rental of
Pflr acne. Not more than 2,560
acres w'Jl be leased to one applicant.
AppjJea.ti.ons for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
tke Agent or Sub-Agent of the dis-
talct lu which the rights appllej for j Prince Rupert
are situated
Fruzer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section I,
on Third Avenue In the said City uf
I
In surveyed territory the land
lust be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall he slaked out by the
applicant   himself.
Each application must he. accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
aje not available, but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the
tinning Industry, was 24n',000 "sk'n-|merchantable output of Hie mine at
the rate of live cents per ton.
epper"  (half bushels, equal to 21.13
quarts), valued   at  938,000   kroner.
ofl<i<HM«HKHJ.iKBm<i'ii5WH "'">' 'ls "' quantity, and considerably
over ii  ag. to value. The  good  pros-|and mixea  eatchei   of   herrings   and
pects  In  the  dried-lisli   markets   allowed  i: ( liigher avers rice  to be
The  person    operating    the    mine
hall  furnish  the Agent with   sworn
as compared    with   208,500   skjaep-lreturns    accounting    for    the    full
■ n n .. ,i i'i. \-    .
pdr
supply was insufficient for the facto- coal mining rights are not boin
ries.  which  therefore  used  a   much "a^' s"°,h   ™tm'nB shoilId  '"'  tin
nislied at, least once a year.
larger   quantity   ol   small   herrings
valued  al       2,1    kroner.  The ^^""ly ':'.'  Merchantable coal mined
aad pay the royalty  thereon,  lf the
DATED   this   20th   day  of   Febru
ary, 1916.
PRINCE   RUPBRT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W, ll. Marshall, Manager
f21mar2 2 Applicant.
NOTICE,
The Caiiiiilian Patriotic Fund.
Will   those   who    need    assistanoe
from the ahoie fund, resident ln thej
city or dislrict and whose bread-
. inner le on active service with "be
!",  , . of the  Empire or her Allies,!
514, '
sprats than  formerly,   viz
skjaepper,     resp id iv. ly,
The. .nine of the small herrings was
S51,000  kroner,  and  of   the   mixed
paid to the  fishermen. The quantity
cured   as  split-ll.'h   was   larger  than
in   1913,   and   tl e    disposal    of   thelcatcnes 831,000 kroner.
product was good until the outbreak. Mackerel.
of ihe  war,   which
Ph. ne us and ive will mil for a iCi
....      .. fil *"* " —-.— j oi   : ne  war,   wind,   msturoeii   mist-j    The fishery for the American mar
| kindl5   notify   the secretary    if   the neM, with  the consequence that the L,        (Dorgemakrelfisket),      which J
Note   our   address: § local organisation. stocks al   the end  of the  year were takes place in tlie North Sen, began
iu to   ra   nriT.i.tsrw
513    SIXTH    AVENUE    WESTS
|
PhoRa .No. 8 g
Slieena    l/tw.d     Bietrici—Dhrtrict    of
Quoon Charlotte Islands, aggregate catch was 57,9011,1100 fish
The  lease    will  include   the    coal
mining   righls  only:   but    the    lessee
may be permitted to purchase wlial ■
eyer available sm face i Ights may be
in!.', considered   neiess'ir    ft. •   the    w
lug of the mine  kt the rate of   .510
per aere.
For full information application
should be made to the Secrets ■ nl
tin1 Degartment of the Interim,   Ot
tat ;i,    oi'   to   any    Agent     or     Sub-
Agent of  Dominion  Lands.
W
W. CORY,
bcpuiy  Minister of lhe Interior
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION  OP
RESERVE.
NOTICE is MBREBY GIVEN that
tha Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette ou
the 30th of May, 1912, Is hereby can
colled
R   A.   RENWICK,
D. i'l.iy  Minister (f Land*
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   19th,   1914,       o2 '
tf
Canadian Steam  Laundry    g
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* Capt. J. McGee 1
M.M.S.A. $
Musters and Males prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACAUEMV"
MeIi'.ei son   Block,  opposite'
Royal  Rolel
ScrO o i.i a 0* oa 04040ami000o »o 04
OlKt-tttt-lKKl O aXOOiT-n-OOQ-O -044 OO0O 0
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES  I
For Rent
REASONABLE
iATKS
THE
Continental Trust
Company
}0«<M3A0lXHK!O O o-CHJ^ 0 0-CnKi-rm
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
W. H   COLLISON,
i'.O. llox Till
greater   than   for a   long  time
cod fishery Itself did nol  start  very
well,  but  things improved,   und  the
as compared with 11,200,000 in
1913 and 62,400,000 in 1912. The
Lofoten fishery was very poor, and
that at Tromso province and outside
the  Lofoiens .was also  poor,  bul   In
TAKB NOTICE that Peter Piembo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., oesuitttfCHi
Prospector, intends to apply fer par-
mission to prospetl tor eoal nnd »e-
trolouni ovor tbe followinc, (tern-rilied
lands ou the Wesi Coast of WrahmiJ
Inland: Coniniahciug at a post plan*-
ert   live  miles east   of the   north-east;
comer of Lot. 2435. thonoe east M Rmsdal prvince the catch was unchains, thence soulh 80 chains, precetlentedly large, viz., 12,000,-
thence wesi  80 chains, theaae n«rth ,„,,,,    ,        ,    ,
80   chains,  io  pom   of   ceniuitynee.-;"""   Hsh'     rhe     l'ml<1<'       (capelan)
menl    obriitaitflng S'48 acres mora or|fishery  at  Finniarken   for small end
less,
ja29 P*»TER   I'lri.MBO.
Skeena Lund District—District of
I ei .. a i 'ha Ijlfite Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that ' ter l'iombo,
of QpiVice Rupert. B*C, ocoapa'jon
Prospector, intends to m ply for |»er-
mission to | roi peel isil i nd  pe-
i ol 'mi ovor tin fellow Ing di icrib d
lands on tin Wesi Coast of Graham
Island:  CoBifei sr  ost plant
ed ii. • mile: ' as of ■•■ norl b-east
corner Of I...J 'i4$6, ihence north SO
chains, then, i ■:)■-'. I :1 cl ain; . tlient
south SO plains, thenca wesjt 88
cliains, I., poinl of commenaoment,
containing 040 acrej ni re or less.
ja29 PETER   I'IflMBO.
Date located, Qeaetnber -Jtu. JIM.
"'"'".better than in the pre\ ion., year,
but was Interfered with on the outbreak of lhe war, the grounds being
exposed to the possible warlike operations of the belligerent Heels.
The fishery closed much earlier than
usual on this account, and the catch
amounted to :.!•","-I-! barrels, as compared with 42,9411 barrels in 1918
and 48,699 barrels In 1912. The
prices were fairly uniform throughout, about 90 ore per kilogramme
for No, l's down to 30 ore for No.
•Vs. Tlie average price was higher
than in 1 9 I::. and the ag! n gate
value was el imuletl al about 1,978,-
000 kroner. Aboul 18,000 barrels
were brought Into Norwegian ports
by Swedish vessels, nearly all to
Kristiansand.    The   coast    mackerel
fishery  yielded  between    12,1 100
and 1 1,000,000 fish, valued ai aboul
Royal Naval College of Canada.
Skeena  Land .District District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islnnds.
TAKE   NOTIOE   that   Andrew    W
MaeLean, of Prince Unpen, B.C., oc
■upatlon Carpenter, intends to apply
or permission to prospect for   eon
nd petroleum over the following de
cribod  lands  on  the  West  Coast   of
Graham   island:    Commencing  al   a
post  planted  iwn  miles north of the
north-easl corner of Lot 2433, thence
north    80   chains,   thence   east   SO
chains,    thenci     south     SO    chains,
thence  wesi   SO chains to   point   of
conimei ment, containing ti40 acres
iii.ii'"  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
C18 A   ■!.!.  ivter Piombo
li.ne  located,  '-'::itl  December, 1914.
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SUPPLY CO., LIMIT! D
WATKHFKONT,   PHINCR   IIUPEKT
HNtilNKIOUH,     MACHINISTS    AM)  MACH1NHRY  CONTItACTORS
Hpocialt.stfl  in  Minim-  Power  Plants, Oil, Steam, <>i   Onsollno.
li. c. Const A^cni.s for the British Kronihoul Seiui-OioHcl 'HI Kn-
gine—the most reliable and economical, and tho cheapest
power for fishing boats, tugs ami passenger vessels.
HUindai-d  Gas  ISngino Company's Engines ami Parts in stork.
WILL GIVE BALL
FOR THE HOSPITAL
Sia.Mil, Iron, HilH. Wli'«i I tope, l.tiluiai K^ttinc, B. C. Wood I'till.tr".
OolumUnn r.i.n.r,.i 1'roiMdlo"*, HeoriHfe BaMeriaa, Djiuuiio* •««
Mmiua)  Ancosmniou. '.  V Z'WM}
fleftairs—I'lmt-t^aaw otiuiiMiioi t •*»* too* tor imlihto mxl «Up ro-
paire.
P.O. BOX S46 TWWmUMT M8
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and codling began In the last days of
March,  and   yielded   23,GOO,I    fish,
as compared with 34,300,000 In
1913 and 33,700,000 in 11112. The
prices were exceptionally high. The
aggregate catch of cod I i ull-grow n
lish, or "sjcrei" and "loddetorslt," or
capelan-. an '■ lall , d i amounted lo 81,500,000, of which 17,900,-
m'lO were "hung" foi dl j ll
stock-fish and 00,000,000 salted for
split-fish.
Ilt'i'i'in;; Fisheries.
These were rather unequal, ihe
"large" and the "spring" fisheries
Hiving less returns than in 1913, and
the quantity salted was less. The
stocks at the end of the previous
year were large, nnd I lie ureal Yarmouth   fishing   In   1913   kept   priees
down. In this instance, however, COMM1TTKH HAS lll'IKN
things brightened very much after' jq TAK13 MATTKII ll
the outbreak of war, and the demand for Norwegian herrings' became active at good prices, and the
whole stocks were soon cleared off.
The enl eli of "fat" herrings was
larrer than in 1913, bill they were
generally of small size. The war here
also soon cleared off the fish, and
the financial returns were good. The
"large" fishery began late, and lillle
was caughl before Christmas
(1913); ii Improved In January und
February, The total catch was aboul
320, i   ei-aiis.   of    which    128,300
elans were Iced for export, 70.S5O
erans were sailed, ami the resi used
for home consumption. The value
was about 3,3110,(inn kroner, as compared with 4,200,000 in the previous
year. The total catch ill the spring
fishery amounieil to about 717.000
crans, against. 1,000,000 crans ln
11113. The average price was only
8.55 kroner per cran, the total value
being about 2,r.4.r.,i)Ou kroner. The
fat-herring fishery also began late,
and though the quantity was less
than in the previous year, the value
was greater owing to the high prices.
The cat* was about 500,000 crans,
as compared with 170,000 craas in
1913 and 336,000 in 1912. The average price was 11 kroner per cran,
the aggregate amounting to about
5,330,000 kroner. About 23,000
orane  wer« Iced and  212,000   crans
Tl»e next examination for the en-
dry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
tie examination centres of the Civil
fcrvice Commission in May, 1B1B
successful candidates joining the eol
lege on ar about 1st August. Appli-
oatlons for entry will be received up
to 15th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
Whom blank entry forms can now he
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be bei e. n e ages
■nf fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
.Inly,  1915.
Further details can he obtained on
application to the undersigned.
Ca. .1. DBSBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval -;. r li e,
Ottawa, January 81   .  ' u I ■■
uauthorized  publication   of   this
1,300,000  kroner.    About    a  million j
niul a half were sailed and' split, and advertisement will not be paid for.-
421,000  kilogrammes were exported]  ""    ' }d~
fresh,   againsl   735,000   kilos.   Ill   the
previous year.
NAM Mil
AX11
ARRANGE  IIAIII
Propositi   is   to   Make    it    a     Means
or  liaising Sidney  for  the
o
Institution
As one means of raising funds for
i lie Hospital It was proposed al the
meeting of the "Directors yesterday
(afternoon thai a ball should be
given. A committee bus been named to go fully into the subject and
report at once. li will co-operate
with the Ladies Auxiliary of the hospital.
c. W. Morrow ai the meeting felt
that     there     could   h insldernble
money raised by such u ball, lie said
other places held Ihese and il afforded a large number to contribute to the funds of the institution.
lt was decided lo name a committee as follows: G. W. Morrow,
J. A. Kirkpatrick, O. Besner and T.
Maitland.
JAMES GILMORE!
ARCHITECT
Second   Ave. Near McBrlde  Kt
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of the Prince  liupcit
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR   HOTKli
Cor. of FIrH Ave. and  I'ighth St.
\V. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTK1, CENTRAL
First  Ave. and Seventh St.
I'liiopeim  iuhi  American  Pl<in»
81.00 bt $L!.r.(l Per li.tj
Peter   llliick.   Prop.
.ni,I
METHODIST SERVICES
Rev. Cl. H. Hamilton will occupy
the pulpit of the Metliodhit Church
today. He will preach both morning
and evening.
KNOX HOTEli
Klrm     Ave.     Bclween     Eighth
Ninth
Bnronean  Plant   iiiu... nor to *i.<n>
Per Day
Reaner   &   Besner.   Props.
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Third  Ave.  Between Sixth anil
Seventh   Sts.
European  Plan;  ROc to   $1   Per  Day
ROY Ala HOTEL
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Third  Ave. and Sixth  St.
Buropean Plan Steam Heated
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Phone 102
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THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
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Our Free Offer
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g will send, subject to duty, ab-
a solutely   free:
S Three  pairs of   our   famous
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