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a year
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Printing
^VOL. V.
PRINCE    RUPERT, B.  C,  WEDNESDAY,  aVfj.RCH  31,  191;
Price   5   Cents.
NO.   120.
RUSSIAN FLEET ATTACKING
FIGHTING STILL FAVORABLE TO
ES
Russian Fleet Has
Commenced Storming Outer
Forts Of The Bosphorus
Petrograd, March 30.—An official
statement says:
"On Monday morning our fleet approached the outer fortifications of
the Bosphorus. It was unable, to
continue the, bombardment owing to
the fact that a fog shrouded the
coast.    One  of our smaller ships ex-
a*
changed shots with a Turkish destroyer, which made off al full speed
after the first shots were fired."
Turks Defeated.
The Russian Black Sea fleet, has
defeated the Turks, says another report. Several mine layers and transports were sunk. The Breslau was
injured by a mine in her flight.
EIKED ON I.EI5.U . *
Petrograd, March 30.—Ah of- *
licial report says that a German •
vessel   approached   Lebaii     and *
fired twehty projectiles. One civ- *
ilian   was  killed   and    another *
one wounded by the shells fired. •
* tl *' !> * * * * * * « II' *
l.niint'lietl   Pontoon.
The tenth pontoon at the G. T. P.
Drydock was launched yesterday.
This leaves only two to be completed. Satisfactory progress is being
made on these.
HOW BRITONS ROLE THE WAVES
EXPLAINED BY MR. CHURCHILL
The Efficiency Of The Navy He Says
May Eventually Decide The Issues
In The Present War—'Command
Improving Every Day
The absolute and unimpaired et-'lIslands and the cruiser action pn
lici.-u... oi' the Qritsh navy In the the Hugger Bank. Both these are
work In the North Sea and the (u- very satisfactory in themselves, and
ture role ii would play in the great still more satisfactory in their con-
war, when its power and pressure sequences and significance. The vic-
wniilil be inilniteij Increased, were tory of the Falklands effected tlc-
Ihc keynote of a stirring speech by cisiveTy the clearance of lhe German
Mr. Churchill in the Imperial Par- nag from the oceans of the world,
liament, when Introducing the navy Only two small German cruisers and
estimates. two  armed   merchantmen  remain  at
lie'said in part: I'arge,   :""1   tll0s<'  vesse,B  ar«    "''   to
"On   the   declaration    of   war    we
could  count   on  a  fleel    of sufficient
OQW4*^O404Q04Womi00-***W*44-»*i*0mo
Wark Channel Water, Rights
Are Very Valuable
Says Solicitor
At the nieeMng of the City 0011110.* on Monday evening the
question of the Wark Channel waterypower held by the city came
up for very brief consideration. Theft question was asked what
would have lo be done to hold it antf.Ald. Montgomery also asked
the city solicitor as to the value of B-.; The city solicitor In no uncertain way explained that Prince RlKfert had a most valuable asset in the rights given it by the Government of British Columbia.
All that was necessary to he .lone in} connection with lhe holding
of lhe rights was that the survey start before June of this year.
The work done by the engineer in this respect need lie very little.
The city had until 1917 to prepare its plans i'or developing the
water power. The rights which were granted under the Act would
be of the greatest rulue to the city. 'She rights of the Continental
Power Company that had prior claim1 to that of the city were so
small that the oity had a magnificent power left antl it was in
such shape that nothing could 'interfere with it. Tlie Government X
gave an absolute right to the city to shave iis dam site and every- J
thing else connected with the   proposition. Aid. Kerr said the power   j
was about ten times as great as that at Woodworth Lake. g
U
C. P. R. STEAMERS      TO HAVE CARLOAD
ON NEW SCHEDULE
I WILL MAKE   liVX   TO   SKAGWAX
EVERY TEX   DAYS STARTING
ATM! il. 1.
.'"e Princess Miiquhiiiii Will lie Hen
011 Thursday of This
Week.
The new schedule of the C. P. R.
of sailings 11. Alaska is now in effect. Steamers will sail on a ten-
day service to Skagway, calling here
both ways.
The lirst steamer mi ihis new
schedule  will    lie  the   Princess   Ma-
OF §RE VERY SOON
THE     CORDILLERA     GROUP
i si; is making good
* ■' l'HOtllillSS.'
The Property Will  He   Making Ship.
pients Xext Week ll Is
Said.
On Eastern Front War
Is Proceeding With Perfect
Progress Against Enemy
tttttittttitt
08th Regiment Earl Grey's Own  *
Hides. *
I      Petrograd,   .MatTii   30.-    An   official
reporl   says:    "On   the  front  west  of
the  N'iemen   tin-   lighting   contin
We haie captured the remnants of a
German   battalion   which    had   been
ORDKRS by Major .1.  H, Mc- •
Mullin, Commanding, March 10, *
Parades—"A"  .Company   will . j attacked   by   us
parade at the Exhibition Build- * numbering  200.
ing on  Wednesday.    March   111, •
and   Friday,   April   2,   al   7:
p.m.
"du ii.e right bank of the Narew
Bghting continues for the posses Ion
of the woods and the heights. We
have  driven   the  enemy  out    of   the
at 7:45 p.m.
"B" Company will parade at
the Exhibition Building on
Monday,  March  29, ami   Thurs-  •  region round the village of Wach,
"lu  the Carpathians   our   action
day, April 1, at 7:45  p.m.
W.  S.   MARSHALL.  Lieut.
Acting   Adjutant.
*'*»*«•»»*«'»«, Ifoct progress."
are developing.   We are making per-
The work on  the Cordillera group
of   mines  near   1'sk   is   going   along
ivery satisfactorily,  according-to the
report brought from  the properly by j
Mr.  Jennings,   who  is  Interested    i-i !
Cannonading A long Front
From Sea  To Ainse
With Fighting Elsewhere
Paris.    March     30.—"There    hasiiy and   determination   without   ap-
been Intermittenl  1 annon  cling al ri
the entire front  from ihe sea to the
Aisne.
"In  Champagne  in  the   region   of
rthes,   Beaseiour   and     Ville
in  i:,.- M1. tern  pai 1
of l.epel •    ., -   1 . ri 1 id  a  line   of
trench .    We tool   out
ers also."
I'uu. in1  ,l-i 1 -   ii :-   :- ■ m  ar       - '   at-
the   mine  and   wl."
visited   the
property last Saturday: Within about
lion  and   mine  warfare  in   which   iv.
obtained advantage,
March      House
;tiie present In hiding.
"During the last three months, on
,i'.;„,,a. reaching here Thursday. BhejtwQ M
will  call  on  her  way south  and will
he back again  on   April    12   on her
way nqrth.
ALEXANDER  G.   HAMILTON   IS
Enroiahiag     li-u--
. :...«:-'—Sale    1*1 it 11    I'rinl     i.in.tie
unis,   I.j cents   ui  Ctcorge  I',   . lies.
•In     Argonne    the    lighting   con-       Save   Dollars ai    George  I),    Tile's
uioail of twenty   tons ready Backed  lin,,,.s ,,,  ...   ,,,..,,  ,,,.,„,.    u!l|, ,,.„. ,. | ,,-,„..,,,,,.,.  Sa|,—everything  reduced
; ior shipment  to  the smeller
The ore  will   be  hauled   down    in
an improvised system by (L-horse and
loaded  directly  tuiio  the  freight, car
AXUIDATE EOR FORT GEORGE jto   be  earriea   ,„   prince   Rupert    for
! shipment to  the  smelter,
superiority for all .pur needs, with r. »« average, about  8,000 "British ves-|Tho (,lns:,..,,1|iv,.s   ,,.„,,.   clvolce   ,„
good margin tor safety In vital mat-1"els have  been  continually   on   the
tors,   fully   mobilized,   equipped    for seas,   passing  to  and    fro   on   their
every    requirement    down    to    the lawful  vocation.    There   have   been
smallest detail, with reserves of am- MB6  arrivals   and    ::,     sailings       •   '
I. ,, ,       ,  ,,,     i-,,:,,,,!   i,-i„„        I he  Conservative   Convention    lor
munition and torpei s   up to   and  from the pons of the  I niled  King-
of the interim
Town.
above   Hi"    regular    slantlard,    will,   dom.    Only     19    vessels    Have    been
and  only   four
the  new   Tort    George    constituency
was held in Prince George lasi  week.
The ore shipmi n should re ici
here-within a week's time and will
be the Initial shipment From I In ' loi
tlillera group, li la expei ted thai
11 Lii- shipments will follow now. The
ore carries good values In copper and
is  in  addition  rich   In   gold-    There
on-
licors and men of all ranks, a large      ■ ,        -..,,    allbn  of   the revolu-
surplu       sen lined   men, and  u,,.,,-,,   and  Napoleonic   tvars    would
ample supplies of conl and oil, ado- sunk   by  the  em nu
quttt6 reserves of , s of all kinds, of these vessels ha, , been  ia.uk l.y There  were  six   names   before- the ,,., „, ,,„,,. |m, • ,,„, min„
a completes'   I ,   anil  water catt. '        '    ' ' »" 't.requlred five   bal- sIderable „  gold,
, lots to enable 11  candidate io be de-      '
supplj    full  numbers  of trained  nl TriifnlK'"' """  *<>«'•
' led 111 on. 1    On,, name  was  dropned   al    each
Alexander   G.   Hamilton,    ploneei   ballot,   the   parti.      pro os. -   drop-
trad  r,  who reached  Fori  Qeorge b>   ping  oul   'in    the    follow n
adequate establishments for training |mVe heeh astounded al  such   a  1  ■
canoe,  accompanied    by    an    Indian,Itleo,    A.    McLaughlin rorl
new   men,  an    Iran    - 1     prog limine Buli    During  those  two greal    wars,
,  , aboul eleven years ag'b, was the flm     ■    I'gei George Ogston, 1  irl
of new construction   rapidly  n)atur-whlch began In  1792 and    nded, al
..,,,, ,        choice of the convention  and   on   -    .Villlaui   11.  Spooner,   Mc.Bride;    w.
ing to it mi. :■'■   !'.'■ Heel and replace tei   u  brief Interval,  In   1814,   there
, ,.      motl ;.l" by Win. P. Ogllvle, the Cockerlll,   Vanderlioof;    William    P.
casualties,  and   a   prearranged    sys   were   10,871   British  merchtinl
.,   ,- nomination   was  mail lanltuous,      Ogilvie.'harrlster, ,,'■
ii'in   foi    (cceleratlng thai   new   con- captured    or   sunk    bj    the   enemy.
h(ruction.  which  has  been  found  m  ;■    ,      ■■;,.,   1   ,.    decisive    battle   of
yield satisfactory and even   surprls- Trafalgar, when  we had  tl '    undii
Electric Light Earnings Fer February
The  Electric  Lighl   Department  lii  iis stal costs and   earn
ings for tiie month of Februar;   as pres. nt. il   lasl   nig il   at    the   Council
meeting  showed  the  following:
Labor.
" r
Generation   	
Maintenance   	
General   expeni --;   	
Slinking fund and intei tt
-inking fund and  Inter.   1,  ;.:- tiro.
Material.
$1,21 6.78
23.71
1 16.24
'
ing results,  1 Cheeri. 1
After Six Months ol War.
■ui.'.l command of the sea,    ' e lot -
of  n'ritlsh  ships  weiii  on al   the 0
Earnisgs Of Telephone
r n  "I. ]• . hone 1 1111 'i"     '   ' ienl of costs and   earnla tin
- "n'i    of war we have erage rate of 500 a  year.   In  1808,
ii i I) ships were sunk or captur. .'. In
in   1809,
"ii   .    Of    Pl  Ill-ill!!.-
shows as follow <:
1 very 0 be 1 onti nf svil:   the
result of
taboi     Since Novembe    '
1 wo i-.iiisi.l - -        -     ii 1.    have
pen'.]    ,' ■        ; irj  off the  Palklan I
J,  559;   in   1808,  401
i in 1810, (119
(Continued  011  Page Three.)
- aintehance   	
General  expenses	
interest and sinking fund
: -   -
S 161.70
71 8.90
Malt
$     0.30
137.1  '
Total  operating  .-..sis.
Light   and   powei
i.'hai
	
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>      I        ! 'ill"
CAPITAL    .
HOCUS ■;,:.,.
0
Total.
$2,215.63
210.31
ill.83
.", 56.9 3
316.66
!    '  I
■
'■'      I
$ 171.00
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Namination For City Election
The date fixed by the Couno 1   r. ■  the  bye-election    for mayor 0
and alderman or the city was 1 ;ed  fbr April  6  Instead of '   rii  2 t
tal   I in yesterlay's .lourn 1    :■'. M. Newton, :'  is       ' id. will £
1     1 can lldate again I'or the office pf n a; or.
O004W00404<nim0000Ky0040aOW4W40O44400O4440O44004000
Total  operating cot      	
Total  collections for  month.
Surplus  for  month   	
•
i;i.\   NUE,
plttni 1'
ii   I.
inging
Labor    .
',. it. rial
CAPITAL.
 $57.60
    19,61
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Wednesday, March 31, 1915,
PRIXCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
JDnncc ttupcr- -Journal
Telephone  188.
THE GOOD OLD HYMNS.
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0.  M. XEI'SON,  Editor.
(Atlanta   Constitution.)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^          [There's lots   uf   niiisic    in   'em—the
Office:    128    Third    Avenue    E .  .,,   ,ong ago_
near  McBridi     tret t.  Telephone Ms; |
postl                 6o7.                                   ni"   '■ i ■    ie -ii  y-haired  brothgi
••  i'ihtion sings ii"   "ii--  i  used  io know,
morning    except|l  sorter  want   to  take   a   hand.     1
Product No.
Publish 'd    everg
Mohday.  Delivered by carrier in tha
city ai •       . ii''« Ing rate, if paid in
ad ance: —
	
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advance.
$ 1.61
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think oi    I -'      I;.',
•iia Jordan -   itoi mj   l anke    I stand
and  c i-i  a   wisl (ul ey. I"
music in   - hi    those
i   hymns  of old,
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.-liiiiiiig    street's   of 1
' iii. Ing,
dreaming,
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Contains about 'J>4  ll>s.
$ 1.50
SIM.EXDlll  POR  PltUMBERS
The sale of Product Xo. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture Is
therefore nol affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
-n often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    baring    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"lilt" destroys accumulations  >f lint,    paper,    cloths,., hnlr;   slime,
grease,  vegetables, snap,  I'ruii anil many others,   li is harmless to
flues plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE
DON'T    ITT    CM
II sr    IT
Tl
Died.
i    have to state
:: .lied   at       o   hos
pital   between   Ave  and    six    0   li
thi.- he McBride Jour-
'■'.! iy.    II.-   was   "[.ef in
for ■   rly   on    Mi
i. ,     iod hopes m ere i nter-
tiiini .1 toi : Is r.' eery, bul complications sel in, which resulted in his
death. He leaves a wife and two
children, to whom deepest sympathies are extended. The deceased
■was a fireman on the (1. T. P. and
his comrades In that blanch will
take charge of the funeral arrangements.
lor. of holier.
.        days,
ii   the  lilioi   of  th of God
: i he ways; I
1 a 'And 1 want to hear t] eir n usic from
■ ■ old-l Im rise
Till "I can  read  my title   clear   to|-
mansions in the skies."
This* preparation  has been io generally    mci  - ful    in   clearing
drains that il Is bought ovei   ind over again  by   those   who   ba
tried it, but Inasmuch as no on   can know the actual condition
isiiiir. within i   pipe, II  li   absoul ■',  turpi oi  the manufactur
er or the .I--..1.-.    .. ■.-,.- i .-in.      i     ri
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
i'OR SALE  ISV
HARRY
FOR   THI
, aW«iw<KH«KW-i>oi,.a-»ft
C. T. P. 8. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince  George every  Friday ut i) a.in.
S.S. Prince John al 7 p.in. on Sunday, April  II. i!."!. etc.
For Massett nntl Port Clements S.s. Prince John 10 p.m.  Saturday,
April :i,  IT, etc.
For Skidegate, Loclceport, etc., S.S. Prince John   II   p.in.   Sunday,
April   I,  is, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John n   a.m.   Wednesday,
April  7. 81, etc.
For Anyox   (Granby  Bay)  s.s. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   Kill WAV  SrillllMT.i:
Trains leave Prince Ruperl for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 ii.iii., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  with  trains   for   St, Pnnl, Chicago and nil   points   enst.
Trains arrive from  the enst on Thursdays mill Sundays at ll.80p.ni,
THE   ItELlAULK   PLUMBER      9
.EST   IX   PLUMllIXG   AM)    HEATING    PHOXE    181)
We  never needed   singih'   books   in
theni old days—we knew
The words, the tunes, of every one—
the dear old hymn book through
We didn't have no trumpets then, no
organs built for show,
We only   sang   to  praise   the   Lord
"from whom all blessings flow."
ftaWOlKHK!l»ei*W»aW^
I
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A CC'IPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
HOLME LUMBER CO., LTD. 1
llO A SH&\!r HJSA £A-J    WW1 AJ&SA*4JL,l      Wot
■■HI
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186   5
Groceries—Our prices arc the low.
est in town. You will save money o-
almost every article. Give us a tria
trder today. Phone 1211. Prompt de
i - ry, Mussallem & Co., 423 Fifti.
Ave. East.
HulVeis, Iron Beds, Springs, Matties-..-.. Blankets Sheets .tut! Pillows
at Mil In Prices,   Ge u pe  I)
Tile, the House Furnisher.
An' so  1  love  the   old    hymns,   and
when my  time  shall  come— 	
Before the light has left me, and myJM(*ttBKHMHSftiKKKH^
sinning lips are dumb—
Tf  I  ran hear  'em   sing   them    then,
I'll pass without a sigh,
To  "Canaan's  fair and  happy   land,
where my possessions lie."
—Don Keynote.
■
!■'. om Chicago to
G.T.  :..UI,W..V SYSTEM .  •
Tlie   Double-! rack    Route
Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,
9   For reservations, tickets and lull  Information   rcgurdin
any pari of the world apply lo the G.T.I*. Tick
Avenue;   Agency nil  Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
travel  to
Ofllee, Third
WBBJWH
nm ■
j Canadian Pacific Railway |
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. G   MoNAB, General Agent,corner Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
PROGRAMME
OF PASSION MUfHC
iiins
Nomination Notice
COI Ili
I'll.
Public i       ' iby   given    to
the  Rlt of the  Municipality   of
Priti' '     Ru   ":••    thai    I   r. piire   (he
pees- nee of tin      Id el     or    111  : he
Genei   I   i Kflci    of   tl .-    City    CI.
City     '.-'''.  Tuesday, the  6th  day   of
Vl   il,    A    n.   1915,   nt     12    o'cli   i
noon,   for   the    purposi     ol    electiiaf
Ih  "i    in   •  -
Munii Ipal Council as Maj oi     nd   \1
I by   I he   resign! I:-"
of   May. •■    Newton    and    Alderman
M  -       ey.
nomii   'i'i. idi
dates
Tl     - a -ii I cl a ti     shall bi   nominated
I'll ■ I   Sill).
the 3 lunlci-
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urning
0
.  in.   of the day
tion
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in    uu .'■■ ;      ly    to
I 'boh
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of a pri 1 i i Cl
■ ■    ,    '-,...'
in. to the hou
of 7 ■ rs.
hereby  i I       nd
govern  hltii:
IIID.VV,     AI'llH
M s o'clock, in the
METHODIST   (111 IK II
PART 1
"Tlie Crucifixion"
.\  Meditation on  the Sa. red   Passion
of the   Holy    Redeemer;    by   Sir .1.
Stainer.
Quartette        "God    So    Loved    the
World"   	
Mrs   .1.  Lewis,  .Miss  L.    I.   Tallander
C,  D   Jones and A. !.. Harris
Soloist! '   'I "ii,.!'.   '-.        .   i     -lones
th   Da  h s
"   II
Organ Solo"--Xoi Lurne.
    Cho] i.
.
Deep" 1   .M. Genet
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Cho   is    "Bi hold  I hi   Lai ib of God"
	
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■ Green Hill"  . . .
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Mr. J. E. Davey
Camping Supplies
HONE  101, P.O. DRAWER 101." !$:?!> SECOND AVE
•JKHJlKltWaWO^-naiXKHJW
SHINGLES, KOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST, AVE. AND McltHIDK ST. PRINCE lill'lll,"!
■
Phine 25 Branch Yard at.Smithers, B.C.   I
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THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson %\\& the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
* ",      For further particulars apply to
JOHN   BARNSLEY,  AGENT        ::        881 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships,
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I Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREA1
Capital   . .-	
Reserved   Fund.
Total   Assets
ESTABLISHED
.$ 11 .."iio.ooo
.$   12,500.000
.9185,000,000
I son
lifl   ".. n   for  Ma\ a
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1       "-nu'iit   Roll,   of One
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Qiiulillrution   for Able.-. ..:•>
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Cil ■ :   !■■     sin       persons   as  are
male Britl   -     ibji   ts of the full
of  twenty-on.   years,   and    who   are
nol  dh -,'.i"lili."l  under any  lav
have been  for t In   • Is   month
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Provincial     Police   and   to   the
Board of License Commissioners foi
. he ■ 'it.v   of   Prince  Rupei i  for per
age   the  site  of   the
wholesale liquor   business now   car
rled nu by the undersigned company
present   premises,   namely
: and  IT, Blocli 11, Section
- a  Second  Avenue,   City   o
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   -Haiti
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Savings Bank  Depanthient—$1 will open an accounl
(ranch -    Throughout   Canada niul Hanking Connections With All
Parts of the United Stales. Agents Throughout the World.
II.  1*.  WILSON, Manager        - • Prince    Rupert    Branch
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O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR  MOP POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
W.ATBR  HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS, WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR  100  PER CnMT. PURE PA1X,
PAINT   BRUSHES, LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEAR3
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREE *B, SCREEN  DOORS
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PffONE 566 0ff,ce and Rcsidence:
1000 THIRD AVE.    8
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month PRIN'CB    RUPERT    JOCRX..
HOW BRITONS RDliE/THE WAVES lands was a  memorable event.    The hnanded
(Continued from Page   One.) combat    oft    the   Dogger   Dank,   in steaming
of    their    engines,
. xcelled    all   their
 (which    tin    enemy    abandoned     the time records.
high seas I Blucher and  escaped into water   in-:     "Nothing   could  give  a  move
, uiarkabk- proof of the excellence of
"Our total losses on th
in the first six months of thisi war,Itested by her mines and submarine
including (other than trawlers en-ilB of the i;re:itest advantage, be-[British machinery. Tlie glorious
gaged in mine sweeping') vessels cause of the light it throws on the j feats of the engine-room braji.-li, or
scuttled by submarines, are only 03. rival systems of designs and relativeltr,e admirable system of repairs and
(Cheers.) 'arm ints and nunnery efficiency,     |rentB by  which the  Grand Fleet  was
"Of course, we must always be on1     "This is the tirst test we have ever maintained month after month, were
thf  look. 'or a   further   attempt had, and  ii.  is most encouraging. It aij (|om) vvitli ceaseless vigilanci  and
by   (he  enemy   to   harass  the    trade vindicates,  as  far  as    it    goes,    our withoul   dxhaustlbn.    Tile  Kent,    tor
.rouies. and we shall lie aide te meet theories of designs, and  particularly I instance,    in   the    Falkland     rslan
any new effort,   is  • advantage in, our big gun armament, alwa.i ....     i,.      t]    ■,.,,   , ;,i    vessel   ne
men  and resources is   Incomi irably titled, with  Lord Fisher,    Ti"   rai p   ., -,-,.     i, steam ai   23%  knots, was
superior to whal   ii  was at  the   l5e-j°f the British guns was found to ex - -    ,,,,    \urn.
ginning ol' the war. (Cheers.1 Steam  '' "'' l!;!;  of the Germans, and        c   ., ,>  ..,„i,; .„.,..
ami   telegraplfa  linvt   enormously <in        '''",   thl£   Is .the  greal   thing    -our1
. rea i •'.  ip re l  with   the    ailing ''' ting  w is  a'i   least   as   good
days, the thoroughnes and    Blciencj   :,";' ■  fLaughter.)
their nol
peace-  that I
ii'inll
i  onl
■i Land    1
•    I ■':
ofl
:,i  a   tl ought
that  they   wei
i iority,
ia    the
and
r
and
,i-  '.■
liter)
T       ii,' ,        ■ Piombo,
of   Prinee  Rui ert,    B.C.,   occupation
. intends to apply for per-
i" 'or ci al and pe
troleum over Hie follow!       1.   cribed
lands on   .he  W        COI Si   ol   Gl
I Q .!...-. al a post plant
ed tin"" miles norUt of the north-easl
er of Lot 2437, ihence north 50
chaini - ; ' ■ ■ chains, thence
aou-ids "i chain 3, thenc i easl St)
chains, to i oin of coi nc.
sontaiaiiaag 0 ires more or less.
ja.'J" PETER   PIOMBO
 mbei     ■ ■    1914,
Wednesday, March 31, l c 15
INL MHINE IR
Engines   Initialled   ami    Hen
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant    in    Con
Phone Red  150 Third
rhe truth  Is I
sound     as   a     bell     all     thro .
Cheers       Id     n r.     -        ui
they to
and  thai    If
oilier   view   th I
ably  iiii' .bei royed.   (Cl
I hat is tin   i
.Many such  I Iia e been  Is
sued,  and  . a d   to
I       ti      ■ ,,„ te'Island
by  ll ins    iCI l   ., ;     ,, Piombo,
"Wl en. if eat   flei     of Prince Rupei i.   B.C.,   o -
ml   '.,!
ope l
of
J. H. HILDITCB
Contractor end Builder
Elstinitites given .,i. nil classes nl
work, whether small ui large. Per.
tonal attention ., icrj   Iti iu
i   101 ..-.,: i"-. ::::i
I BRICK   PETEKS,   K.C.
li     . i'ublii
■ a      nd
Marksmanship nnd Speed. re  ii   may  b         I id
•-li   ;,:,,!           ' foi           ii d  i ii.I   lil    and    keen    and
                            irl     ,f onest.  It will b                to  be  the
nm ry;   bu    there ' •"      : management,   of or-
i ii]   be
of superior sea power. Coaling, com
mimical Ions and  supplie!     iri    vital
ami constanl ueeds,
per hand  has been  loi I  II  mc ins al
mosl   insuperable   difficulty   to   the i; .  [ee„n
weaker navy. [that our na   il officers we) '•   '"''   ind strategy, of sturdy work-S
"Credit   Is  due   to   our   outlying don!  in  regard  lo the! of   sional ' '• '■   faithful   worl     u ship,   of
squadrons    (cheers)    and      to    thi   skill   In   ■    inei       (Ch   irsj     ilv.   ■-   ""' ler! acco      ants, ski!-
Admiralty    organization   iby     which thing wc have learnt so far leaves us '■"'   engineers,    painstaking    officers
they have been directed; but il must n(, dc-ubl  ■■"' the wisdom of our pol-'an<3 hardy tars,  (C  i irs.)
never be forgotten thai the siiuatien  t.-,-   and   th     ■ ■    Hence   pf  our  ma,-'    "The great  merit   of Admiral
■    ■   ;
In   numb. ■ I      111 nol    he
■
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five to fom
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t coi f Lol
tl
all lains.
EXCHAN -
[j- i
! gin    as    an
menl 140 acn
■    ' ,
Inst   un. Ine j PETER   PIOM B -
and  ■   bn irin ty   i      n;        D '"   ""':'";- "    •     ' '    : ''•  ':'' '
11   Ol   II   ii!     I.ei'lii      ill '   I':   :i,-   il!     "
greal  sea tight.
"Tht;   lossei   '.   the na .... although
'!
small  compared  with   the   sa'ciilic.
is uiietiual- ."avid   Beatty's  action—(cheers)—is
that   it  shews us anil   lhe  world  that
on every sea, even the mosl remote,'terlal. Our 13.5-inch gun 1
is dominated  and  decided  by th  in- i(,,i   i,v any  enemy  weapon    at    sea
fluenco of Sir   John   Jellicoe's   fleet I Now we have the 15-inch gun. which I there is at present  no reason to as-
— (cheers)—lost   to  view  amid    the is vastly more powerful. surae that, ship i'or ship and gun for
of the army, have been heavy
','•
have lost, mainly by submarine, the
lives    of   about
00    nil'!.-ers    and
Land    Dl    i:        I listrli i
Queen  Charlotte   Island.-;.
TAKH NOTICE thai Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Inl inds to apply for permission to I'.-..;-■;, cl   for coal and  pe
DR, GILROY, DENTIST
■
Ci ■ i-   a
salty
~
OHIce:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consiiltii g Mining Engine* t
Examinations  and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
wing described 17og Dunsmuli St.      Vancouver, B.C
lauds on the  West  Coast ol  Graham
Island: Commencing at a :.ost plant-
northern   mists;   served   by
and   sedmanship  In  all  its
patience      "Another  remarkable    feature   of
I relist h |
this action was the steaming of our
and, ns yet, unchallenged.  (Cheers.)
I ships.   They   all   exceeded    previous
[records.   Despite  the  fact  (hat   they
al
men,  but  we  have killed,  mainly  byLd five mik,s east .UK, one mijc nor|lj]
First Test of Baltic. na(] DeM sjx months al sea, and
"The victory off  lhe  Falkland  Isl-'the greht'esl   trial   was  suddenly
gun and man for man, we cannot
give a very good account of ourselves.
German Discretion.
"It   shows  thai   at   live  to  four In
tie- representative ships the Germans do'
For the Houst
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
Budweise
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
gunfire, an equal number, which is,
of course, a much larger proportion
of the German   force  engaged.
"We have also taken in sea fight-
Ling 82 officers and 034 men prisoners of war. No British naval prisoners of war have been taken in lighting at sea by the Germans.
t Cheers.) When they had the inclination they had not the opportunity,
and when they had the opportunity
they had nol the inclination.
I Laughter.)
"For the loss of those precious
lives v.v have lived- through six
months of this war safely and even
prosperously. We have established
for the .time being a command ol the
■" a such as ws had never ex .eel
such as we iiad never known, and
our ancestors had never known at
any other period of our historj
• iheers. I
Looking Ahead.
'Ei     gy ought not to be - ■ i
ed   in  Investigations and  discussion
of incidents   beyond   recall    l Hear,
hear.)   H  should  be concentrated  on
new    tasks     and    difficulties.    In    all
these  matters   I   ask    thai    absolute
discretionary  power  be given  to the
Admiralty,    whether   in    regard     to
courts-martial  or  courts of   inquiry
to   '.       ■   ival   i;, i ''ui trial of ot -
v.- kin    forfeited  the
dence of lhe board, oi
calion  of  informatl
-
rate anythl lone thai
or   it the A.
II     pla    for i ■ ■      ■■
9ponslbilil••"      lor     ; -, ■' p.-
diet      i
■    '■   io   be   Incurred    In
our ire ii       aslant  nioi i
ment, and   risl     are run i
['he    iieni.i   li   -    itin  al        mtleavnr
i sfrlk.    ind fro     l Imc   ■   ,:' .
t.i ihe north-east corner of Lot. 3485
thence north SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thenee east 80 chains, to point of
commencement, containing 04(1 acres
more or less.
1a29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December,  llll-I.
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—District,    o
Quuen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  I,  D.    Hogg
of Quewi Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for perm Is
•ion   to  purchase  the   following    de
scribed lands:  Commencing at a pos
planted     at     the     south-west      color of Gooden   Island   In   Bearskin
Bay, tbence easterly thence norther
ly,  thonce  westerly,  thence  souther
y,  following shore line to point   of
ommenoement, containing five ..
nore or less.
DANIEL   HOGG.
Dated 6th February, 1915.        fl3
BAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Massage,   .Manicuring,   Scalp   Trtat-
ment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
.Mrs.   N. L. Hnndusyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE RUPBR1
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 44?
RITCHIE,   AGNEWi  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Suiveyorft
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Form i I.
Form "f Nol ice
Skeena    Land    District—Districl
Coast  Range
TAMO       N ITI    I.
Chesley,  Pros
'ends   to   appl;
   folloi ins
Waterworks, Water Power, Whart
-.onstructiau, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
ai«ctric Blue Printing, Negatives am)
White  Prints
Phone Blue  1S3 Rea.   Phone 381
UNDSArS^MRT JU5E ft STORABL
G. T.  P   CARTA.;!': AGENTS
331    SECOND   AVBNDE
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled by us. Ail orders n   slvi
prompl attention   Phone No. t)8
I'lione  03.
I' D.   Bos   38.
..Pacific Cartage, Limited
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Genera!
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i hains. thence west 10 cl I   lice «ill opi n . ,
; -•" ' ' rlctle
Oil Fields f jmited
[south    I-
10
Building foi  sale ol  n  limited
amount  t.i   Treastu i   -it.t I.
MACDOX \I.D.   Se.-.-'l,..,
:
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I .lam a   .   'I.   !'■ i
'..: §
That was the demand for Budweise
year.
The Anheosar-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres—equal to 70 city
blocks, lt gives steady employment to
6,01 Ul people, and to 1,500 moro in its
branches.
Evory process, every room, is li
Every bottle it Past Izedai
This Qualiiy-Pii. it, started nci
ago, is u inotK-l ni modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go thr
every day know that no.!;.
could be made any bettor than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
Some of tha Principal
Buildings
n ii h
i«ifri:
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I took pl      '    How  main |,le81  Q"nl'U    '  tic   i i
Imes  Ih il        posed ■     pind
Grand Fl.
ough.tli.   North
..-a vs , a .', oc]   to rl mln.      nd
rpe. ore at 1 I        reaiied
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EXPEH!t:Ni.':;
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. GO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
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Cot"-I" iii
Avjov ■'" I't'tl'..-? n nit-.'.' '    nd
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Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, R.C, Phoi
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer  I unci ul
i i,de,lu-, . •        ipen    Day    and
Might.      I -.tl . -'       '     ,..,,...      in
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PHON
Prince Rupert Journa]
SOc. per Month
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5    A.  ll   Rat - lenl J   s  Pearce, Managti
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASB
AND DOOR COMPANY, LTD.
MAN»PAOTUKEHtS
DOOAS,   HASfl     MA*"l1iBS,   MOI LDIMl.s.     SOROl KAMr
SAWHVG. ANH Aial.  KINDS -     .    -   '  - . .     ,   --a   . ■ .   ' ,'
Wednesday, Man
PRINCE    RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
1R.ANITE of  best  quality anil  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut  Sione  or  Crushed  Hock   in
Quantities
<E1L .1. McLEOD     Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
fresh  I'ish Arriving  Every  Day
GOVBRNftlEKT WEATHER
rbp«r*.
Furnished   by   1.   W..*Dowling.
For 2'1  hours ending a  p.m.
March 30.
liar, reduced to sea level . • . .29.638
Highest   teni] erature    50.0
Lowest temperature   42-U
Rain s;>
 o	
/aside Ciders Promptly Attended To i     nrapory   Goods,    Curtnins,    Poles
  |Carpets mid  Hugs—2"> per cent, dis
i      I Continued  from Page Three:)
He opinion arises or is. fostered by
the newspapers or is given countenance to in this House, making too
iuii.il of losses, even if it may he
said that in some respects they are
avoidable losses, even then, I say,
you will have started on a path that,
i ressed to its logical conclusion,
would leave our navy cowering in
iis harbors instead of ruling the
seas.  (Cheers,)
PHONE IlLl'K 2r,»
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTIMG
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE   INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE JEAR McBRIDV
count ui George I). Tile'"
O000O000O000004044004
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS 1
1|Lit(est and Approved Methods H
llOnly  Skilled   Operators  Mm- a
ployed fi.
Phone us anil we nil! call for a  0
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(rial   bundle o
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315   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST |
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry    fi
"". '-"i--' ,>iHHj-frtti>iS{?0-£H^ii>ft
Skeena   Land    District— nistrici    of
Quaon  Charlotte  Inlands.
TAKE NOTICE <iat Poter Pionibu,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pr. si-c.-iiir. Intends to apply for por
mission to prospect for coal and petroleum ovor the following described
lends on i l.e Weal Coajt of GKill am
Island: Commencing at a post planted four miles east aad one mile
nortli of the north-oast corner of Lot
2435, thence north SO chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south SO
chains. Ihence east SO chains, to
point of commencement, containing
8 in acres more or less.
sill 1'KTER   PIOMBO.
Date located. December 4th, 1914a.1
Piracy anil Murder.
"i.'.sses.  no  doubt,   will    be  incur-
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident tn the
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization,
tf W. E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
Skeena  Land   District —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    W.
red, Of thai 1 give full warning. But|MaoLean, of Prince   Rupert,   B.  C,
,   ,. ,.    ,,,  , .,  ,  .   , iocacupation Carpenter, intends to ap-
«e believe thai  no vital injury   .un K    \Qr  permlg^0I.   U)  progpect    I01.
be done. If our traders put   to   sea local and petroleum over the follow-
regularly and act In the spirit of theN Jw.0^ ,lHn?8   °n Wefst, Cmls\
'of  Graham   Island:   Commencing   at
uu captain of the merchant ship a post  planted  two  miles north    of
the  north-easl  corner  of  Lot    24.Ili,
I.aeries — i cheers) — whose well-
merited honor has been made public
this morning, and if they take the
precautions that are proper and legitimate, we expect that the losses
will be'eonflned within manageable
'limits, even at  the outset, when the
thonce north SO chains, thence west
SO chains, thence south 80"chaliis,
thenee east 80 chains, to point of
oamtteoaKMiant containing 040 acres
mare or lees.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
MS -Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date  located,  23rd   Deoember,   1914
NAVIGABLE     WATERS      PROTECTION ACT.
R. s. O*. Chapter 115,
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
tfttawa, and in the office of the District Registrar Of the Prince Rupert
Land Registration District at Prince
Rupert, B.C., a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to be built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfront
iBlock "G", according to registered
.plan of the Townslte of the said
Olfy of Prineo Rupert deposited in
the aforesaid Land Registry Offlce
as No. 923.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after
the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication of
.this notice, the said Imriorial Oil
'Company will under Section 7 of the
said Act apply to the Minister of
Public Works at his office in the City
of Ottawa for approval of the said
'site anil plans and tor leave to construct the said wharf and approach.
DATED  at Prince   Rupert,   B.C.,
this  2nd  day of   February,   A.   D,
1915. 4w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
enemy must    be   expected   to   make
flkoena   Land    District—District    of his greatest effort to produce an iiu-
Quoen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE N'OTICE that Peter Piombo,
Of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal end pelroieum ovor 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 Lol 2437, tlience north 80
chains, thence east SO cliains, thence
south SO chains, thence west SO
chains, to, poinl of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.      ',,,,„
Date located, December 3rd, 1914.
pression;  and all ship losses can, of
course,  he  covered   by   the   shipown-
Ifkeena  Land  District — District  o-f
Queen Charlotte islands.
W
TAKH   NOTICE   Hint:   Andrew
Ji nil .turn, of Prince Rupert, R.C, oc
ers under the Government Insurance  'ttftttton Carpenter, intends to apply
,   „     ., ,        .     , . , i er  jermtssion  to  prospect   for   coa
scheme the rates oi which are   „ov, , ni ^role,nn over tlu, -ollow,ng de
one-fifth what  they were at the out-i eribed   lands  on  the  West  Coast  of
jOraliam   Island:     Commencing  at   a
jpost  p'Man ted  two  miles north of (he
"On the oilier hand, lhe reply we!»f>rti-eafct corner of Lot 2433, thence
,„,.,, , ,   Inerth    8-0   chains,    thence   east    80
shall    make   will   not,   perhaps,   bo;,^,.     ahWl„     south     s-0    dl.,inS|
wholly  Ineffective.   Germany   cannot|tlnwice  west  SO  chains  to   point   of(
commencement, containing 648 apres
break of the war.
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS,
be  allowed    to   adopt
system    of I
piracy    and     murder—tloutl
cheers)—on the high seas,  while re-
Skeena'Land    District—District    of I maining herself protected  by a   bul-
Queen  Charlotte Islands. Lark   0|-   international    Instruments
more »r less.
ANDREW
W.   MacLEAN.
flS
Agent,  Peter Piombo
D*te loeated,. 2Srd  December,  1.914.
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I Capt. J. McGee
5 M..U.S.A.
Masters and Mutes prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 5012
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
X       Heigorson Block, opposite
jjj Loyal  Hotel
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REA SON ABLE    HATES
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TAKE NOTICE that Peter Pionibo,
of Prince Ruperl. B.C., occupation
Prospector, 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 ost plained three miles north and one milo
east of the north-east corner of Lot
2487, thence north 8 0 ch«l*», thence
east 80 chains, tlience south SO
chains, thence west 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
(140 acres moro or less.
ja29 PETER   Pl-OM-BO.
Dale located, December 3rd,  I1H
that she lifts utterly repudiated  and Skeena Land District — District »f
defied, but which we, to our own dot-j Queen Charlotte Islands.
riment, have respected. TAKE'NOTICE   tkat   Andrew    W.
I u.
"There  are  good   reasons    for  believing that the   economic   pressure
jaafad'.ean,   of   Prince   Rupert,   B,
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
Skeena    Lend    District—District
that the navy exerts is beginning to
be felt in Germany. We have to
some extent restricted their imports
of useful commodities like copper,
petrol, rubber, nickel, antimony, and
the like, which are needed for the
efficient production of war material. I
The   lone   of   tlie   German   chancel-1
Ca,
oacupatiou Carpealar, intends te ap-
.'k tor permission'' to prasseot for
coal and petroleum ever the follow-
i*£ described lands on the West
Coast of ftraka Iiadlsna
Coast of GraVim Island: Commencing at a post planted oae mile north
ana two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot IMS 3, theace north 8 0
chains, thenee west 86 chains, thence
seuth 80 chaine, t*a«ce east SO
chains to point mi ecniiiieneeraent
containing 640 aeres more or less.
of
ANDREW   W.  .MacLEAN.
lor's recent   remarKa   and    the   evi-[fl8 '       Agent, Peter Pionibo
dences of hatred  and  anger  against|Date located, i>3rd December,  1914
TAKE  NOTICE that Pete:' Piombo,
of  Prince   I- til ei,.    B.C.,   occupation
i rospector, intonds to apply for per-1 "''a country) so apparenl in the '•■ •■-
s.-itin  i.   prospect for coal and pe-jman  press,  encourage  ns  to  believe I Skeena  Land District
District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
troleum over tlie following described j
m the  West Coast of Graham tual  this  restriction  is   proving   in
Island:  Commencing at a post plant- convenient—(cheers   am]    laughter)]    ,,Al™  ,.„„,„„  fl   .' .   a
I flvt   milei     asl  of the   north-east,      ■ ,   „ L   tKE  A01lc]L  tuat Andrew. W
ion   i   of Lol  2435, thenoe east  So!;,ml  'vc'  shall,   of   course,   redouble MaeLean,  of Prinoe  Rupert,    B.  C.
Ins    tlience    south    80    chains, our efforts to make it inconvenient    i°?cuPation Carpenter, inten*B to ap
|thence wesi     i ohains, tbenae north Ply for permission  to . prospect   for
8i    chains,   to  point   of   commence-1 Real  Blockade.
menl,  containing  040  acres  more or
\ess. "•''" l;|r- however, we have nol  pre-
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.      vented   neutral   ships    from    trading
Date located, December 4th, 1914.    .
. [direct with  German  pons.  We  have
The Morning Journal
SOc. per month
Skeena   Land    I ilstrlct- Districl
-'1    \  -. -ii lotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I"eter Piombo,
of  Prince   Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply Eor   ier-
mission lo prospect for   na! end :   -
troleum ovcr the following described,
lands en t.h<   Wesi  Coast of Graham placed  herself   outsidi
ofi.ill..wed German exports in neutral
ships to pass unchallenged. The
lime has come when the enjoyment
ol these Immunities by a state which
has, as a matter of deliberate policy,
11   Interna-
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on., the West
Coast of. Graham Island: Coninienc
ing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles east of ihe north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thonce north SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
isouth SO chains, thence west 80
chains, to poinl of commencement
containing 640 acres moro or less.
ANDREW W, MacLEAN.
18 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd December, 1914.
Coal mining rights of tlie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, tbe Yukon Territory, the
'Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
?1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
madefy the applicant iii person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights appliel for
are ::!;",:•-..
In surveyed territory the laud
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by (he
applicant  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 tbe
merchantable output of tlle mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the milie
.shall furnish the -Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the-royalty thereoa. If the
coal mining rights are not being oiv
erated, such returns should be fur
nishetl at least otlee a year.
The lease .will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For  full    information    application
should  he made to the  See! .'tary   of
the Department of the Interior,   Ot
lawa,   or   to   any    Agent    or    Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. VV. CORY,
Deputy Miui.-ilt'r of lhe Interior
JAMES GILMORE
Island: Ci u nclng at a posi plant- tional obligations must
ed I ■   st of  the north-oast'
coi         il  I '    '• 35, thence north so
fin :i      i 'i        Kii chains, thence
'111!
it oi mi
thence    west    SO
coiiimenci a   at,
a  .'<   or li
I   PIOMBO.
'  'i'   Ith,  1931).
reconsidered. (Loud cheers.)
"A further declaration on the pari
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promi lly he made thai will have the
effeel  fi >■ 1'irs.i  1 line of applying
:-'   ful .■ qf naval  pressure on
the ei     iy,   1 Cheers, 1
■   ' 1     ill    ■ ' il   llei    befoi '■
us ..'■ I". 1  soon "    in .. 1. .1   ivaj  1 he
Daily Journal
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Second  Aio Near McBride St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Membeis of tlie  Prince  lliipc. t
Licensed Vintners' Association!
NOTICE is hereby given that on
tbe 23rd day of March next applica
tion will be made to the Superir.
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 15 and
IG, Block 32, Section 1, situate Lt
Frazer Street In the City of Princa
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section I,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th   day  of    Febru
ary,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. II. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
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RESERVE.
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tl* Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
tho 30th of May. 1*912, is hereby can
celled. ,
R.   A.   RENVVICK,
Deputy Minister (t Lnndi
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2 I
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a    more eml than successful candidates joining the col
,,,„„„„,,„..,, ,   lege on or aboul  1st August. Appli-
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successfully  made  our to 15tli April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
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are to conie the Brltsh navy and the
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will be the main : ml unfailing resource of the allied nations, will
progressively paralyzi the fightiiis
ie i'i 1 of our antagonists, and
- ild If in ed be, ■- in in defaull of
■ill oilier f," orabl i      iss
If d - 'i1      ' 0 of tl
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Candidates for the examination In
May next must be between the ages!
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st1
July, 1916,
Further details can be obtained on
application tb the undersigned.
G. .1.  DESBARATS,
len.itv Minister of the Naval   Service
TJaparl men!  of tl nal Service,
Ottawa, January 8th, 191-B
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