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PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C,   THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY 25, 1915.
Price   5   Cents.
NO.  91.
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A///es !¥/// Seize
All German Goods
Found On Ships
Paris, Feb. 24.—The replj if the
Allies to the German blockade will
be a declaration that all German
goods will be liable lo . ' .:.ure, no
matter what the nationality of the
ships on which they are found, says
the Journal. The strictest' investigation as to lhe ownership of the
(goods will be guaranteed, however.
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HISTORIC STORE BURNED
AT  POUT  SIMPSON
Fire   Which   Destroyed   tlie   Building
Wiped Out  Interesting
Plan'.
niieii lire iVlped mil la* rludscn's
Bay Store at. Port Simpson last Wednesday an historic building was destroyed.
This post was established in 18.0,
jusl sixty-live years ago, and was
closed out in May, 1912. In its
earlier days the post was very important as a trading centre, as may
be assumed when it is known that
In 18..6 there were frequenting Port
Simpson no less than 45,000 natives
10,000 of which were Northwest
Coast Indians, and 35,000 Northern.
Today not more than one thousand
odd frequent, the place, the chief
cause for the falling off of its popularity as a trade centre being due
to tlie opening of the stores at
Wrangel, Ketchikan, Queen Charlotte Island points, Prince Rupert,
Port  Essington, etc.
Port Simpson was named after
Captain Aemilius Simpson, a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, and later
an officer in the marine service of
the Hudson's Bay Company on this
coast and chief trader for that company. He died In 1831 at the trading post on the Naas River, then
known as Fort Naas, afterwards
named Fort. Simpson. Tlie position
of the trading post was ultimately
found unsuitable, as too tar from
tlie ocean aud difficult of approach
by sea-going vessels, so the present
site of Fort Simpson was decided
on and the fort, built in McLnugh-
lin's Bay, where Captain Simpson's
body was re-buried. The first survey
of Port Simpson was made in tho
summer of 1853 by George Inskip,
11. N,, master of li. M. S, Virago,
who was assisted by Henry W.
Knox, R.N., and William E. Gordon,
R.N., whose names are given to
points on Birnie and Finlayson Islands.
DEVELOPMENT OF
BOARD OF TRADE
G. R. NADEN ADDRESSED GATHERING AT MONTHLY
LUNCHEON.
He Traced the Growth of That Form
of Organization  to His
Hearers.
On board the Q. T P. steamer
Prlnco George yesterday, G. R.
Naden addressed tiie Board of
Trade on the subject of Boards if
Trade and Their Development.
There was, ns usual, a good attendance, with D. G. Stewart, the president, presiding. Mr. Stewart, in introducing the speaker, said that to
Mr. Xaden perhaps more than any
otlier member of the Board was due
the fact that the Board of Trade
was "the live wire it is today."
Mr.    Naden    said    tlie    Board   of
Trade    was   a    combination    of   the
business  men  of the  community  for
mutual  benefit.    The  first   Board of
Trade was organized  in  the   Island
i of Jersey, South  of England.   Up to
the   eighteenth   century    tho    guilds
were the nearest   approach to that,
but these represented but one trade.
(Coatlnued on  Page Four.)
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FAREWELL TO OVERSEAS
COMPANY? THIS f VENING
Sixty-Eighth   Battalion  Will   Parade
With The  Overseas Contingent---
Italy's Attitude
Is Disconcerting
In Berlin Circles
Grand   Torchlight} Procession  To 10 RECRUIT FOR
Be Held This City With Msetin
In   The  Agricultural  Hall
Tnis evening Ihe citizens of Prince
Rupert will give a formal farewell
to the one hundred and twenty-live
men of the Third Contingenl that go
from hero on Friday morning. There
will be a street parade early in the
evening, bonded by the City Band,
which has placed its services at tlie
disposal of the committe in charge.
By request of Major McMullin,
commanding the 08th Regiment.
"A" and "B" companies of that
regiment  are requested  to turn oul
mounted core s
for the parade and assist in the send,
off. All the members of the Battalion, therefore, are requested to
parade in uniform so that the exercises will be very largely of a kharki
character.
On Friday morning there will be
the final leave-taking at the wharf
before the members of the contingent go on board the Prince
George at 10 o'clock. There has
beon a public holiday declared for
Friday morning.
ARRIVALS IX CITY
BY  THE  PRINCE GEORGE
G. T. I*. Steamer Had Good Number
of Passengers   on
Board.
The G. T. P. steamer Prince
George brought a good number of
passengers to ihe city yesterday.
Among them were: K. B, Leuty,
Mr. Wright, Mr. DranolT, Mr. Moran.
Mrs. Lyman, It. Knight, .1. G,
Sharp, Mr. Cameron, J. J. Connors
and wife and son, Mr. Wahlgren nnd
Wife, W. F. Beak, R. Glen, Mr.
Lade, Mr. Winsby, M. Palicli, Mr.
Donnelley, L. U. Mason, f. A. Kirkpatrick, Mr. Beaumont, Mr, Schooling, Mr. Marshall. Mr. Iteid, Mr.
Wade, G, E. Holmes, .1. L. Hall, Mr,
Bennett, Mr. Burgis, Mr, lloskin.
Mr. Hay, Mr. Stirrett, Mr. Stow,
Mrs. Forbes, Mr. Forties, Miss Montgomery, N. Ross, B. .1. Ross, Mr.
Kinnear, Mr. Ternan, and Mrs. Bcr-
nardi and child.
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British Make Fresh Captures
Montevldo, Feb. 24.—The German steamer Gotha loaded with
provisions for Germany, and the auxiliary cruiser Kron Prinz
Wilhelm, have been captured by a British cruiser, according to reliable  advices.   They   were  taken near lbs Falkland Islands.
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HALF-HOLIDAY s
At the request of tlie members of the City Council I hereby
proclaim a Public Half-Holiday for Friday morning, February 2(1,
in order to enable all citizens to participate in a farewell to
Prince Rupert's Second Contingent for tho war. It is hoped all
business houses, hotels, wholesale liquor houses and the clubs will
specially aid In a complete suspension of business unlil (lie departure of the boat, about 10 o'clock in tho morning,
G.  W. KERR,
Acting Mayor.
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MAJOR      McMILLIX     WILL      RECEIVE   APPLICATIONS   HERE
FOR   BODY.
Quota of Twenty-five Will lie Allow
ed to Prince Ruperl
Centre.
Germans Suffered
Heavy Losses
In Recent Bottle
Very
With the contingent for the 4Sth
Battalion of the Overseas force practically filled up here, arrangement!
•.ne being made for recruiting again
This time it will be for tlie mounted
corps that is to be under common.
of Major Kirkpatrick, a South African veteran.
Tliis body is to represent the
whole of British Columbia, and
Prince Rupert is lo have a share In
ii. Major McMullin is to enlist twenty-live men for the mounted force
anil expects le get definite instructions any day to proceed with this
work.
There are suite a number of men
in this pail of 'he province that
have been trained in mounted infantry and tlie cavalry and these
appreciate the chance to joiu on with
their own arm of tlie service.
Berlin, Feb. 24.—A sudden
change of feel Ing tlie at
titude of Italy is iinii--. .-I.!, iu diplomatic circles. Tin- position which
Italy is taking ai ears I i ha ,e be-
'■"iii    ii  matter nf much concern.
Tiie reason for I!.. - ange is not
clear in diplomatic circles here.
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
Paris, Feb. 24.—An official stale
ment says that there have been reports of artillery engagements from
Lys to the Aisne. At limes these
were rather spirited and all favor
able  lo  us.
In Champagne to the nortli of
Mosul], we made fresh progress, We
repulsed several attacks made on
our artillery nnd silenced scleral
German batteries!
Supplementary reports emphasize
the Importance of the success at Les
..purges. The extent of the enemy's
losses on a very small section of tlie
line carried by us can be estimated
from the fact that we have already
found over 600 Germans killed. According to the prisoners captured after the action two regiments were
driven from tlieir position- by our
attacks. They  lost  over  3,000  men.
We havs made progress In the
Bo'is Brule and in tlie forest of Ap-
iemont.
LAID AT REST
AT METLAKATLA
rev.   ri.   ii.   tn mi's   itm.l.ai
WAS Wl.l.l. ATTENDED
YESTERDAY.
Many  Went, Over  From    Prince  Rupert   (o   Pay   Last
Respects.
Tli-- funeral of the late It. II.
Gurd took place yesterday afternoon
at Metlakatla, A large number attended from Prince Rupert, going
over by launches to be present ami
pay their lasl respects to this well-
known and highly respected missionary.
Among those present were a large
number of Indians from dlfferenl
fields where Mr. Gurd has labored,
including  Kitkalla.
Postponed   Concert.
The concert that had been arranged to be held in ihe Presbyterian Church ibis evening will be
postponed owing lo the fail that a
farewell is being taken of the over- i
seas contingent this evening.
.1.   A.   Kirkpatrick  returned    from
the souih yesterday.
W,   !■'.  Beak of the .Marine   Di pol
returned   yesterday   from   the   south
* 68th   Regimen!    Karl    Grey's *
* Own   Rifles;    Orders    by    Major  ♦
■I.   II.    McMullin,   Commanding,
* 23rd February, 1915: *
"A" and "li" Coini anies will   h
* parade     on     Friday     morning,  *
* February     26th,     1915,     at     9   *
* o'clock      at      the      Exhibition  *
* Building. *
* Parades:   Overseas   Company *
* will  parade   at    tbe   Exhibition  •
* Building on   February  Hie  24th   *
* and   25th    at.  10:30   a.m.     Men   *
* absent   wlthoul   permission    will   *
* be struck  off   the   strength    of *
* this company. *
The  company-will   parade   on  *
* Friday   morning,  February    the *
* 26th,  at   the    Exhibition    Build-  *
* ing,  al   II   o'clock.    SHARP,    for   •
* embarkation for Victoria. *
All baggage for Vii torio musl   *
! be at the Grand Trunk    Pacific  *
* Whan',   Xo,   2   Shed,   not    later  *
* than  S  a.m.,  Friday,    February *
* tlie 26th. All packages   must be  *
* lawicil    "68th    Regiment,    Vic- *
* tnriii,"  and  owner's  name  must  *
4   lie     clearly     written       thereon.   *
* Baggage  must he   delivered   to  *
* Q.     M.    Sergeant    McLeod    and   *
* Sergeant   Beatty  al   Xo.   _   Shed,   «
* Grand  Trunk   Pacific  Wharf. *
VV,   A.   PETTIGREW,  ('apt.,       *
* Acting Adjutant.  '
.1. R. Stirrett is hen- again In connection «'Hi his conlracts,
I ('binary  House   Furnishing   Bar-
trip on    l"-    luminal    busl   gains—sale   Prlci
I urns,  .n cents, at (,
in
lint     Liiinle
II.  Tile.    If
Band Will Attend Send Off
'ri:.-  I riu'i   Ruperl   City   Band hj    i   nnan moii    roti    I si    evening
decided  to i'l'!'-: rvl es to the Reglmotil   foi   Thursdav   evening    and
Friday morning. A reporl was .ireulated thai ." band would not give
Its services. I' lias, on the contrary, been decided to donate the ser-
iices.    'I'!"' bandsmen arc to meel  al   tlle  rooms  at   7.::"    this   evening
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Toronto Man Guilty Of Treason
Toronto, Feb 24. ..mil ."e-lich, the wealthy German whole-
Bale merchant of ibis city, ha been found guilty of assisting Arthur filrow, n former German irmy officer, tn leave Canada. His
sentence lias lien deferred pending an appeal. Which bus been applied tor.
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Thursday,  February   25,  191...
prince iau*et* Joutml
roleptiiliia   1SK.
O. H. NTM-SON, Editor.
PftlMOB  RUPWir  JOURNAL
OH
Offlce:    128    Third   Avenue   East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13. ;   j'
Postoffice Box 007.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Mouflav.  Delivered by carrier In tiie
city fit'the following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One   Year    *-'00
Six   Months    *2-''0
Three  Months    $1.26
If   not    paid    In    advance,
per  Month    *°'li0
WEEKLY  EDITION'.
Published every Friday for circu-l
lation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to1
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to!
all points in tlie United Kingdom,
the United States or other foreign-
countries.
Advertising Rules Upon Application
do not take away one jot from   the
honor  that  is due  the  men  who  go
forth  to  wage  war  for  their    country, Is not the only field where bat-' S
ties are won.    In a quiet, unostentatious way  men  like  Mr,  Gurd   have
lived   lives  which  deprived  them   of j
many   advantages,   and    all    in    th.
; ope  that   the Gospel of  Peace   am
Good  Will  might  be carried  to   the
whole world.     Who  will say  that  in
the manly self-sacrifice of their lives
they  have not  fought a   good   fight
and earned iheir reward!
I
MODERN BATTLE
CRUISER IN FIGHT
II l••ici.i
TELLS  (II
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I'lli;   FALKLANDS  SOMI
WEEKS AGO.
Thursday, February 25,  1915,
ill l; CITIZEN SOLDIERS.
Tomorrow Prince Rupert's second
overseas contingenl will set off to
Victoria to join the larger force
there thai will proceed shortly to
take  its  part  in  tlie  battles of  the
The Germans    Fought    Bravely   But
Were Outclassed  by   the
British.
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Contain,   iiltunt 2%   lbs.
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SPLENDID  FOR  PLL'MRHRS
The sale of Product No. 99 is strtstly
confined to the high-class suppir
ouses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturer*; to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is tiie dealer allowed to
reduce Ihe retail price under penalty
having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys  accumulations   if   lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,    slime,
grease, vegetables, simp, fruit and ninny others.   It is harmless to
tines plumbing,
DON'T ARGUE
DON'T   PIT   OFF
T1.ST    IT
This [(reparation has been _o generally successful in clearing
drains that it is bought over 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 ihe manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tts result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
HARRY HANSON
THIS   RIHilARLK   PLUMBER
FOR   THE    BEST  IN   PLUMBING   AND   HEATING   PHONE   480
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The  action   oil'  the  Falklands  was
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described  in   the  Times   by    officers|j
serving   In    the    Glasgow    and    the
Kent. Today we print an account of|g
the same  action,  written  by  an    of-
Ursr
a-fe
Empire.    The    flrsl   contingent   thatjfieer of the   Inflexible,  which  is not|
this cily provided is now on the At- only  extremely  Interesting  in   itself
, lantlc.      There
prospect
bul lias the additional merit of holing the first description published of,
a modern battle cruiser.in action by
one serving in such a ship, says HiO|
they  may get in  the firing line wltn  London   Times.  The  letter,  which   isl
Coal, Cement, Piaster and Brick
AND A. C0.Fl.ETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
that,  although  they  formed  part of
the    second     Canadian     contingent
dated  September  11, says:
1 am jusi sending yici a short de-1
scription of the action on tlie 8th. Ij
suppose you have seen In the papers
thai it took place near lho :
Islands.
nd
the men of the first overseas lone.
To the company that leaves tomorrow is due the same tribute thai
was paid to the first company, They
arc enlisting for the . If-same servile with tho same prospects of
Ii"i ■■• I ;1 ting before them. Of th< ■
men many In facl most of them
are bul budding into manhood
Tl ey  an pi    n      to    maki     . I
greati   '     acriflce   Eor  their   country I sl-nal  station.   These   tun   d   out
.. „. , ,       ...    :be the Scharnhors    (flagship),   In        'j
thai anyone can make, namely, offer is
enau,  Nurnburg,  Dresden  and  Lei —
their  lives.    The ardent   prayer   of   . , ,, ,
the   squadron   which   sank
On Tuesday morning we were In I
iia bor, and had started oaling itij
aboul   6:30 a.m.  At  abi ul       30 j
five German cruisers were   reported !
approaching the harbor by the si)
:
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD. .
First Avon .ie       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   §
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Thompson Hardware Co., Limited |
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'.(). DRAWER  1045
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everyone  will  be  that  they  may   be
spared   the necessity of   takin
Good   Hope  and   Monmoutl    off   '-.      ■'
the    aralso.    Of  course;    we    were    d<
vmw^B^Bassxss^^aaass-r
field,  bul  this appears too much almost  ■■:    o      .' ir at  this stage.
In command of the company
'. ere o I irth three well-known
citizens of the city. Two of ihese,
Capt. Clayton and Capt McMordie,
are
lighted to see them as we wei    n
ing  very badly  Io settle up
with  them over their lasl  ex  loit.
-
When  they  sighted   us    they    1
mediately turned tail and  made   0,1
.    lasl as they could, i'i r, of couri ■ .
we  had  a  considerably  more  ] o
s of various]ful   squadron.    Apparently   they   I  ";   1
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Sh   fGLES,    QUI DE -..,     -ASK, DOORS
pert Lumber Co.
nol   the  faintest  suspicion   that
were  In   the   vicinity,   for   they    hail
kind - In tl e city and much to saerl
t; Tli    -    m< n  ha ve, however, as
as    Cn  t.    Pettigrew,    brushed j expected  to  take  the Falkland    Isl-
i ''"'.    !"'- mis   without   much   op 101   i m    ■■■
vhei   :  ■ coal there. T  believe
l:" -   '' ;-'     oo   mi eamen   ---re in landing ri- ready to
IT AVE,      ND Mel
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PRINCE III PERT   Jjj
.rancn Yard at Smithers, B.C,   :'
■umsm        	
G. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.U. Prince George every  Friday at 0 a.m.
S.S. Prince John nt 7 p.m. on Sfliuliiy,   February    II, -8, etc.
For Massett niul Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m. Saturday,
February 3, _*», etc.
Eor Skidegate, Lookeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
February 7, _M, etc.
Bor Stewart mid Naaa River S.S. Prince .lohn l> a.m. Wednesday,
l-'olii-iiai)    10, 124, etc.
Eor Anyov (t. runny Buy) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday,
G.T.P.   HAB.WAY SCH1.DULE
Trains leave Prinoe Rupert lu Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, otc, ut 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  with   trains  for  HI. Paul, Chicago and nil   points  east.
Trains arrive from the oust on Thursdays aud Sundays ut 0.80 p.m.
G.T. RAILWAY SYSTEM
The   Double-Hack    Route
Prom Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Hutl'alo,    Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
I   Eor reservations, tickets und lull  iufuriutiliou  regarding   travel  to
Sk any part of (h» world apply to the (•.'_.P. Tioket   Oflice, Third
Avenue;   Agency all  Atlantic Hteaui-liip Lines.
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i Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND. 8 P.M. FRIDAY
| PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
H    J. G   McNAR, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   nnd    Fourth   St.
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tJ.S.
S.S. VENTURE
Soii'li ii«ii(i Ti.e^ayp at 8 p.i..,
Sailings for Granby, Simpson mi the Naas
Sundays at FSidnigb'1
For lull her particulars apply to
JOHN   BARNSIiBV,  AGENT        :: 684 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL
Cupltal    	
Reserved   Fund . . .
Total   Assets   	
ESTABLISHED
. .$ 11.5(10,000
. $ 12,500,000
. .$185,000,000
-SI will open an accounl
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thai   i m   i  have not heart   I u;
gini rtln        Tin ■  havi
\vl   ,, i mplll -ii in    -in unci stors,
Iia Bi H .in   thi ation
thai   ii li     - day.     God BI iss   the
land   when   they   wen    approaching
As soon as they were i .rted we -
dronped  co- iio,*>;   i'l   ii'"''',  ■   i
I i  colliers and made   iff a      ■ th
ASK  FOR
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As we knew we were faster than
men 'our md contingent that they were we did nol hu ..-. ,e i
_°  : ' |!■" front- [much to Btarl with, but slowly closed ■
with them     nd thi - .
A   VA ■ bei ire
'l" e dent! - I f on with the work,
in tl ..  ■ hurcl ..ginning of 1       Fiulii
;n , aboror. The I     About 12:30
bi.     .: 'Id wl Its     . If,   who    ar
I than  I he n,    In
; k  ror ili.- :;,,I '; ■     Prices  nt creased   Bpeed   ind   we •    on   ahea,i
Zk World's Best
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If
Nl ITIl "■'. is hereby [Iven - lial on
the 23rd day nf March next application will be made to ihe Superintendent 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 IB and
10, Block 32, Section 1, situate i.t
Frnzer Street in the City of Princ..
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Ruport.
DATED thin 20th day of February,  1915.
PRINCE  RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  II. Marshall, Manager
_8_.mar22 Applicant.
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Department
of   Naval   Service
Canada.
Tenders will be received unti
noon on Monday, March I, 191(5, Co
the supply of Steaming'Coal to Ves
wis lying at Prince Rupert, B.C.
from 1st April, 1915, to ..1st, March
1916.
Forms of lender may he obtaine
in application to the undersigned.
The lowest or any tender not nee
;ssarily accepted.
(Sgd.)    GEO.   PHILLIPS,
Naval   Store   Officer
,i.M.r.   Dockyard!   Esnnimait,   b.c
Send fir F.fee Roses
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
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The Norning Journal
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FRINGE   1W P_»T  WMIU.
ai-i   —iai ■-_■! I ,_a_a. .-a   .___.-_—a,a .■i_.__.-__aaj|a"
Sinking of tlie   Gnoisennu,
We went to the flagship's assistance and started in again at the
Gneisenau. At about 4:45 p.m. she
appeared to be sinking and had ceased lire. Her colors had been shot
away everal limes, but she had hoisted them again, and now we thought
she had hauled them down. The only
visible damage done lo her was her
foremost  tunnel   shot  away,   though
to attack their two big cruisers, the
Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. At 1
p.m. we opened  Are on  them   at   a
range of     yards,   the   flagship
taking on the Gneisenau and ourselves the Scharnhorst. Their light
cruisers immediately spread, but we
managed to get at least one shot
into the Leipzig before they niado
off, as she was observed to be dropping rapidly astern. We then turned
the whole of our attention to the gig
cruisers  and   loft   the   rest   of   our > w0 tound <mt afterward
squadron  lo   deal   with    the   light 'badly   knocked    about.     Apparently!saw icebergs the next day.
cruisers. • she had no more colors left, bul was Tribute to the Enemy.
We  blazed  away  at   the   Schnrn- still  game,  for  ns  we  were   closing      \ve picked up the commander   of
Thursday,  February   25,   1915,
■SB
and threw lifebuoys and any avai1-
able bits of wood to them. The flagship and the otlier cruiser had come
up and were doing the same, but a
lot of them were drowned, as we
were short of boats and the sea had
started to get choppy. It also was
awfully cold in tlie water, and those
we got on board were half frozen,
and you could sec many of them In
the water letting go of tho spurs or
whatever they were holding on to
.... they gradually got numbed.    We
Gneisenau,
she   managed   to   gel   off    one    more! the
about   ■"()   men,
solitary gun. We had io stand off
again, and gave her a few more
rounds,  nnd  another  of our cruisers
horst   for  three   hours,   and    Anally
she sonk at about  4 p.m. It was very
hard  to  tell  what damage  we   had
done   to  her  as   there  was  a    great
deal   of    smoke    and    we    were,    of I Which   had   come   up   lei
course, a considerable distance away   '■' '"   "■ Abcr. "'1"  _!.. .
We could see that she had three fun- to  be  sinking,  nnd    we
nels gone and both masts shot away, | close her. She heeled over very slow
and   must   have  been    more    like
seven    oliicers    and
and    between    the
three  ships   we    managed    to    save
sieve than anything else before she
finally went down. We had very
lit I lo damage done to us, as wo had
an Immense superiority in gunfire.
Our  12-inch  guns  were  hitting   her
about ISO. But a lot of them wen
off a few :drowned, and it. was an awful slglil
is observed to see them floating about, in the
started    to  water,  shouting out for lhe  boat to
come to them and then they would
p.ni. we
ly till she got to about 70 (leg., then  suddenly go down.    About
she went over with a rush, there was
a large cloud of steam, she cocked
her stem up in the air ancl disappeared.
1  should think about 300 or   400
pretty hard all the time, bul as she of her crew managed to get away
had only 8.2-inch guns her lire was]from tlie ship, and were left floating
very Ineffective nt tlie time, though aboul in the water, linn.-ins on to
I must say remarkably accurate, .bits ol' wreckage, hammocks, and
When she started to go down she. anything they conl-,' lay hands on.
went very quickly, and unfortunate- Their bends bobbing up in the «•_-
ly  we were unable to stop and pick Iter, looked for nil lho world   like a
up any ol' her men ns the Gneisenau great patch of brown seaweed. As
seemed .till to have a good deal of soon as possible we got out whal
kick  lefl   in  her.
stnrted off to look for the remainder
of their squadron, In the evening
one of the light cruisers reported
ha. ing sunk the Leipzig, and an-
other one had sunk two of their col-
liers. Next morning one of our armoured cruisers reported having sunk
tlie Nurnberg. So we really got
through a very good day's work,
only one of their small cruisers having   escaped   and   we   feel   that    we
board; they were very nice fellows,
and we have done all we can for
them, and I must say they put up a
most gallant tight considering the
odds against them. Our ships are
practically undamaged, and we
should have finished tlie action
much sooner if we hud gone closer
to them, but, of course, our objeel
was to sink them wiih as little damage to ourselves as possible.
One of the officers saved was telling me that towards the end of the
action he could not get along their,
upper deck, as they practically had'Skeen8 '''""''
none left; nearly every man on the
upper deck had been killed, all the
guns were out of action, and one lur.
ret had been blown bodily overboard by 12-inch lyddite shell. Both
their engines were broken up nnd
they had a fire in the after part
of lhe ship. They would probably
have had many more fires, but our
shells striking the water near lho
ship sent up columns of water which
kept on putting out the fires. Tlie
spouts of water sent up by our
shells hitting tiie water near them
went up aboul half as high agnin as
tkeir mastheads, probably about .100
feet.
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Pkuubo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., oecupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal aad petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a pos. plaat-
ed four miles east and one mile
north of the north-east corner of Lot
24,35, thence north 80 chains, tlieiu'e
west SO chains, thence south 80
chains, thence enst SO chains, to
point or commencement, containing
640 acres more or lo«_.
jail. PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
IMPEflML MAEHttl E MS
Engine.    In.hilled   nnd    •enernl
Repairs
O.vy-Acetylene   Plant    in    Connection
Phone lied 150 Third Avenue
of
District—Uistrlst
Queen Charlotte islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospec'.or, intends to apply for permission to prospect for conl nnd petroleum over lhe 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 24H7, thence north SO
chains, tlience east SO chain.., thence
soutli SO chains, thenco west SO
chuins, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914.
have  avenged   tlie  Good   Hope   and
Monmouth and paid them back with
a little interest. Still, one can't help
boats we had left lo pick them   up, I feeling sorry for the poor devils on
J:h  '
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The German sailors when they
got on board expected to be shot.
and were very agreeably surprised
when they found they would be looked after decently instead.
Corporation   of   the   City of   Princ
Rupert.
Bylaw   Xo.   220,    Eleventh   Avenue
Picnic  Road, Contract Ni     i.
SEALED TENDERS will be' re
i.ived by E. A. Woods, Gity Clerk
»p till 5 p.m., Monday, 15th Febru
cry, for the construction ot a sixteen
foot plank rondwny on Eleventh
Avenue Mid City Reserve, fror
Kinth Avenue to Albert .Avenue.
Pl ns may be seen and specifics,
tions obtained at the City Engineer'
offlce, City Hall.
1 '. ■ low al or any tender not nee
issarily  accepted.
W.   McG.    •' '..' )1
City Engineer
of
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor end Builder
Estimates given on all classes ol
work, whether small or Urge. Per.
sonul  attention  given   lo every   item,
PHONE (.KEEN  321
FREDERICK  Pl.TKHS.  R.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary I'ubllj
Office  ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
Skoenn   I.nnd    Districl District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Pe.ir Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and pelroieum over Ihe following described
hinds on , in West Coasl of GrahamI
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles north of the north-east,
corner of Lot 2437, thence north SO
chains, thence west 80 chains, Ihence
south SO chains, thence easl su
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 6411 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dine located, December 3rd, 1914.
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  i,nd  Bridge   Work  a
Specialty
Oilice:   Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, H.I. M.E.
Consul tli g Mining Engineer
E_-aminntii.il.   and    development    o?
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dinismuii St.      Vancouver. B.C.
of
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Princa Rupert, B.C., occupation | P.O
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal nnd petroleum or-sr the following desoril. od
lands on the We«t Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at n post planted live miles enst. nnd one mile north
of lhe north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north SO chains, ther.'' east
80 chains, tlience soutli 80 chains,
thence  west  SO  chains,  to  point   of
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS:   j
Muasage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   a\.  L. Hundasyde, Prop.
211 Third St. PRIME RUPERl
oi 1714 T  ', phone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil  t.ii..ir:r.-ii   and  Surveyors
Prince  Rnpert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharl
_onstruct.ien, Repoi . ans, Domin-
•n  and  Provincial   L     I   Surveying,
comi en ement, containing 840  .-■■■ Slectrlc Blue Printin ntlves and'
more or less.
ja29
Dat<
PETER   PIOMBO,
located, Di .ember 4;h. 19 14
I ,
LAND ACT.
Form  11.
Form of Notice.
■1J ;eena    Laud    District—District    o,
Coast  Range  5.
TAKE NOTICE that Edward
Cncsley, Prospector, of Shames, in
lends to apply for permission to
lease   the   following   described   land
keena   Land    District—Diatriel
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
of
White  Prints
Phono Blue  is:; Ri       Phone 393
UP-TO-DS   .
LUSflrS CARTA!    ML
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of  Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission lo proBpeci  Cor ooal rrd po-
troleum over the following described
lands on tie West Coast <i  Ore lam
Island: Commencing al a post i-lani-
ed live miles east and one mile north
of the north-east corner of Lot 2485,1
thence north  so chains   thenoe westi-.
SO   chains,   then'-"   south   80    ol »ins,|pjl0M   jj
. thence  east   SO   chains,   to    j.oi'it.   of
commencement, contnlninf   840 acri
Commencing   at a post planted one imore or less.
'  it rter of a mile east of Mile Pos \ia™      , ,   j'1-1'"'   •
Date loeated, 4th   December,    '    .
S3 of G.T.R. from  Prince Rupert o   I	
G. T.  P. CARTA
331    SECOND
II   i
.1 i;
JINGLE POT COAL.
It bundled by us    ■ I
prompt mi id   a     |
...
Ni     68
" Pacific Cartag   Limited
orlli     boundary    line   of    railroad Skeena    Land    Dlsti cl     District
right  of  way   and    about   one-half
nlle easterly from south-east corner
'   IV       ."     '      thence   north    10
-Queen  Charlotl     I
•I'm-':-   . '    ICE    . -    -    I      Ho '".
■  en  Chnrlotti   City, i
il  in chains, thence Farmer, Intend to applj   .or pi   -
-""•ti'   io   chains    t! ence   east    I t:  ion  to  | urebase  thi      II      n      h
to  the poirit   of   commence- scribed lands:   .'■ acini •     -
_ol nrir1 containing 10 acre., mo- i planted    al    the west     cor
ii   ■ of Go dei    Island   in   Bi
.  '
. DW. RD  CHESLI
I' ted January 1-1, 1916,
... "<_$
■I
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,i   Land    Dis Dl.trlet
Qiteon  Charlotte Islands.
' E Mi. riCE thai Peter Piombo,
■•-.   i upert,   B C     occupation
■■      i I    apply 'or p»r-
.-.,...     coal    • .
i i;  . di scribed
Com     il      '.  .
Com nencing m a   o. t »l«nt-
Bt y, t hei ci   . sterly I  ence norl I er
ly, thenci   westerly        nee
v.  folio' ing sit -
nf ■ omnieni    a nl. i on t   ting Ave   : res
iiiirii or le i
General   Te
Furniture   Moving
When you I
— Ladysi Lin  .
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Dated
HE  III! H  ( (1ST ni-'
iu-'cmi in   •  '
c.   miles north  and one   mil* llesl  Quality   Hon
175,0 ■  Botti-:    '    .irly
Tl it was the demand foi  Bw i iast
year.
The Anheusef-Busch Plant ci
more   ii:»*i  1*2 aa-v.i
;■', . '■ .    .'(  tfivo.   steady emr.
6,000  people, and  to  1.50 I  .
branches
Eve... process, ury room, h immaculate.
Every bottle I 'aste nrlzed nod inspected.
This c. . .'lulled i early 5 1 years
ago, is an       ' idem facilities,
The I'.. visitors who go through
every d t nothing of its kind
could be mi ii   iny better than Budweiser.
t It." north-tail  comer of Lot
"   tl i north 80 chains, thenee
.   1.   'dl     chains,     thenoe    H'ihH     I '
liains,   thunoa   w«»t   SO
chains,    .o
-HlllUil     I.-'
Anhei . : '-Busch, £   '     lis
i int of commencement:
;,.": . or lei 8,
PETER  PIOMIIO.
Date  incited, December 3rd, 1914
Tha Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
>
nil
tie of thc Principal
Buildings
vjff»
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I&INCE RUPERT IMP, CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
DISSOLUTION    NOTICE.
TAKE  NOTICB  that  tho  firm
Ritchie, AKnew k Co. has tx*n   dis
^g 'solved upon the 31st dHy ol January
^'a. D. 1915, and that all aeeounts ow
Up   ing to  the  firm  will  be collected  by
J.  EH I J.  Fred  Ritchie,  for  tbe twn_Jil   of
^Slfhe  p.'irtners,  and  that  all  aeeosnls
flowing by  the  firm  will h»   paid   by
I'the said  T. Fred Ritchie,   on leoount
_m  of the firm. Dated at Prinee Rupert,
__\ {B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D.
HJ   19115.
J.     FRED   RITCHIE.
A. C. WRIGHT.
C,  T.  Howard  (witnesi to both   sij;-
natures), ffimnrS
$0.50 Per ''.
Ili-i   (.in   llty   \V.'-I" .     Kilt  I nal
98.75 P.i Ti ii
1-1.1,1 VI. I'I.:
— I'll!    -
Union  Transfer  Co.
Priace Itupert, B.C., Phono 8«
The Guet_.
Oil Fie!
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A. H. Rand, President. -• 3- Pear"    Managar.
THE PRINCE RUPERT !     _
"AND DOOR COMPANY
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MANUFAOTWIBRB
DOOMS,   SASH,   MANTLKfi,   Mt>Wtd_t_»BS,     SOROU RANU
SAWING. AND ALL KINBS <_T PBnMflNOS,   StOU-      \VV   OP-
KICK   FI.V1    RES.   IIOl'HK FINISH \ SPECIAL. V
Factory und Office: S«»«_r__i  Aveeira,  Bays
Telephone 218 P.O. Box 207      ^rta"
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, B.C.
.iiH-v-lX; Thursday,  February  25,  1913
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
IRANITE  of  best  quality and  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut  Stone  or  (hushed   Rock   in
Qiiitntiti-js
<E1L J, McLKOD      Phone Green 217
IN THE MATTER OF THE "NAVIGABLE WATERS' PROTECTION-
ACT," REVISED STATUTES OF
CANADA, 1906, CHAPTER 115,
AND AMENDING ACTS
—and—
GOVERNMENT WKATHER
REPORT.
Furnished  by  J>.   W.    Howling.
For 24  hours ending  5  p.m.
Wednesday, February 24.
Bar. reduced to sea level. . . .29.509
OCEAN FISii CO.
ii'resli Pisli Arriving Every Day
. itslde Oi ders Promptly Attended To
'HONE  BUT. 250
PHONE 5S4 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AIMING
OLISHING a^ND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-I RADE    INTERIOR
DEI ORA1 ING     _    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
IN THE .MATTER OF AN APPLI-!
CATION BY THE MONTANA CON-i
T.INENTAL DEVELOPMENT COM-'
PANY   FOR    APPROVAL   OF    THE;
PLANS FOR CONSTR1 CTION OF A Highest  temperature    -IT
IcERTAIN WHARF  AND ORB BINS Lowest  temperature 35
ON    WATERFRONT     C!   iCK    "li ' 1
PRINCE  iti"■■•:.:'!   ""•   '■:. '->--
TAKE  NOTICE  thai    In   Moa.ar..      February Furniture Sale at Georg,
IContinental    De-velopmen!     '       ''-i-1'  11. Tito's,   nil   departments.   Record
of   Unite,    Montana,    lias    deposited
with  the  Minister or Public  Works disconnts lor cosh.
nt. Ottawa, Canada, and with the
'Districl Registrar of Titles, Prinoe
j Rupert, B.C., under Chapter 11 5, It.
s.i'. 1906, plans and d     1 Iptions of
opoi  .1  site in  cei tain   harbor
works to be eon. I rui ■ d by the Baid
Company  on   it atei fn nl   Block  "E,"
Prince   ilupi rl   Townslte,   according
to registered  plan of the said Town-
ed  in  I le Pi ir   -   Ruperl
try Office, and  numbered
123,      ■ 1      Id worl       on ■' tii
. -    bins,
Skeena  Land  District  —:  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Andrew    W.
! MaeLean,   of   Priace   Rupert,   B.   C,
! occupation Carpenter, Intends to apply   for  permission   to   prospect   for
jcoal and  petroleum  over tha following   described   lands    on    the    West
Coast   of   Graha   Imdlsna
Coast  of Graham  island:   Commencing at a post planted one mile nerth
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2433, thenco north 80
chains, thenco west SO chains, thence
south    .SO    chains,    thence   east    80
chaiss   to   point   of    commencement,
containing (140 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.  MacLEAN.
[18 Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
Date  located,  23rd   December,  1914.
>i;\ ki.opmi.nt of
BOARD OP TRADE
Continued  from Page   One.)
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CANADIAN STEAM '
LAUNDRY
NOW  OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
c Latest  nnd  Approved .letho 1:
.   Skilled    Operators   Em- $
ployed
Phone as nnd ive ivill call for a  $
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
513    SIXTH    ...I-..VI iC   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
FciC_-__fi<K'    MB _iWll»_miKltKl_l_-
■;.!,   :      .':   [ER   TAKE   NOTICE
.   .    . | i ■ I ■
lie  i - !      Council   for
. . . ,    i
cl
■     ■
[JLTON,
-.      in     .Lilian
London had not organized a i: t rd
ot Trade until 1880. In I860 the
Associated Chambers of Commerce
ivns or.;:.nixed and began mei tii i
in t eat Britain and the col-
■ ,: the Individual n ganiz'ations
I.   In contradii  tn<    --n   to
tem,   w! icli  iii'e-
and     else, here
: ...
(-'  mpany.        where  I   ese  chambers came directly
:    ■ ■     -' ON,
  _ under the government and were rec-
Skeena  I.and  District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, u. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospeel for
coal and petroleum over Hie follow-
jing described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at B posl planted one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
corner Of Lol 2435, thence north 80
i - -.,)!., tlience - ai I 80 chains, llience
south 80 chains, thence west 80
■■' ai is, No polnl of commei ■ . il,
containing 640 acres more or less,
ANDREW " . MacLEAN,
flS \ ■  nt,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd  Decembi   .   L914,
irict    of
islands.
ITICE thai     eb     '
•'• t,   B.C.,
[or per-
rospei ial  anil  pe-
,1,1 over the following described)
,.       e \\ est Ci raham th
.'- '    '        i     ■"■'
., ,     i-  ol   Lol    143! ■ '.st  SO
south 80     chains,
tbence west   SO cl ains, tlience north
-    as  such.
The       iglo-  . (on   in   his   love    of
indei < nd -     ■ id   to    slay    v. Ith
the Individual bodies.
Following tlie good  work done by
Associated   Chambers   of   Com-
0_-_-iKHKB»_-__H.HWi-^^
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and ..lutes prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Plume Red 802
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Heigcrson  Block, opposite
Royal   Hold
5
. MiBOBBM -ft_lfl-&ai.-_H_<H>_H. ■».>_*«
80   phains,   to  point    of   commence
ment, containing 040 acnes more or
|a29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 4th, 1914.
Skeena Land District—District of
. Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
oi Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for , oal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at. a post planted five miles east of lhe north-oast
corner of Lot 243. , Ihence nortl; SO
chains, thence easl 80 chains, thence
south SO chains, thence west SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ja2-!l PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located,  December 4th, 1914.
&>oootao&&aoto<yaaivw-aooi>ojaoa
SUFE DEPOSIT BOXES  I
For Rent
REASONABLE    HATES 5
THE
Continental Trust
Company
. _H5 WKHWWBCHHK.
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Ruuert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over Ihe following described
lands on the West Coast, of Graham
Island: Commenelng nt a post planted live miles east of Ihe north-east
corner of Lot 243.., thence north SO
chains, tlience west SO chains,
Ihence soulh SO chains, thence east
SO chains, to point of commencement, containing (140 acres more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1014.
Skeena Land District—District, of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on Ihe West Coast, of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted four miles north of the north-east
corner of Lot 2437, tlience north 80
chains, thc-nce east SO chains, thence
south SO chains, tlience west 80
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 64 0 acres more or less.
ja29 • PETER   PIOMBO.
Bate located, December 3rd,  1914
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power for fishing boats, tugs nnd passenger vessels.
Standard Gas Biiginc Company's Engines and Parts in stork.
Steel, Iron, Oils. Wire Hope. ItnliUn Belting, R. C. Wood Pulleys,
Qolutnbinn Bronze Propose?.., .Stnrnge Batteries, DyimMod and
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up the wider congresses embracing
representatives of Chambers of
Commerce and Hoards of Trade
throughout tiie whole Empire.
Nearly every place in British Columbia now lias a Board of Trade,
lie referred to the good work done
by the Associated Boards of Trade
of Southeastern British Columbia.
The representations of that body
had great weight with the government of the day.
Relating to the early history of
the local Board of Trade, Mr. Naden
paid a compliment to the energy of
John Houston, a man of virility. It
was likely due to Mr. Houston that
no Chinese were employed in tbe
hotels in Prince Rupert. A good
many of the duties that ordinarily
fall on a city council fell to the
Board of Trade before the city was
incorporated. The blocking of the
B. C. Telephone Company from coming into Prince Rupert was due to
the Board of Trade of that day. Tbe
Board had taken a very active part
in seeking was regarded ns a model
charter for the city.
During the past year tbe Hoard of
Trade bad given special attention
to the fishery question. He referred
to a local paper stating that to Cl.
VV, Clayton was due all the credit
if the concessions sought were granted. He did not want to take away
from any honor due Mr. Clayton in
connection with circulating the petition. It did not seem quite fair,
however, lie thought, for the whole
of the credit to be assigned to him.
The Board of Trade had worked on
the proposition for some time and
had given a lot of thought to the
matter. He wished to give credit to
lhe bard, faithful work that had
been done by II, K. Clements, M.P.,
In Iliis matter. He had been courteous and considerate at all times in
communication with the Hoard.   He
said this all the more readily because no one present would expect
liim to say ii of Mr. Clements If il
were not deserving, (Applause.)
Mr. Naden alluded lo some of the
advantages to be derived from
Boards of Trade, not only ln matters
of purely local interest bul representations from a Board might have
el'feel in shaping legislation even In
the Imperial Parliament.
On tho conclusion of the address
the president, on behalf of the
Board, extended to .Mr, Naden the
thanks of the gathering. He also extended thanks to Chief Newey of the
Prince George and the G. T. P. for
the magnificent luncheon.
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
It. 8. O. Chapter 113.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Sec-
■tion 7 of the above Ant, deposited
witti the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and in the ofli'iie of the District Registrar of the Prince Rupert
Lnnil Registration District at Prinee
Rupert, B.C., a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
api»ro..cli proposed to bo buill in
Princ. Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfront
Block "8", according to registered
p.a» of tli*. Townslte of the said
Citry of Prince Rupert deposited in
the aforesaid Land Registry Oilice
as Ne. 923.
ANB TAKE NOTICH thai after
the expiration of one month from
Ihe date of tbe first publication of
uhis notice, tlie said Imperial Oil
Company will under Section 7 of tbe
said Act apply to lho Minister of
Public Works al biR offlno in the Oijty
• f Ottawa for approval of tlie said
all* nnd plana and for leave to cou-
!_.rit_l  the said  wbarf and  a] [.roach,
DATED  at   Prinee    Rupert,    B.C.,
this   2ucl   day   of    February,    A.    D.
1'»1S. 4\v-.-1
THH  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
W_3ri-I.il FARES.
Phone N». 90 is operating on a
n»w u'tMtuia ot prices for auto line
Anywh.__a west of Hays Greek th
charga w.M ke »0 cents; to Seal Cov
for o»», *w», or three persons th
Hiarg* wili Ins V; for four or five
$1.59; to or feeni boats or trains
50 cants. fltf
Skeena  Land  Districl      -  District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rttpi it. B.C., occupation Carpenter, Intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum over the following described lands on I lie West Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing al a
posi. planted two miles north of tbe
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
nortli SO chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 bains.
thence west SO chains to point of
Icommencement, containing 040 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located,  23rd  December,  1914.
*_£_'V'.
Skeena  Land  District —  Districl   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap-
iply for permission to prospect for
coal nnd petroleum over the following described lands on West Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles nortli of
the north-east corner of Lot 243..,
thence north SO chains, thence west
SO chains, tlience south SO chains,
(hence east. SO chains, to point of
commencement containing 040 acres
more er less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
[18 Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
Date  located,  23rd  December,  1914.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island:   Commenu-
ng at a post planted two miles north
and one mile east of tbe morth-east
corner of Lot 2435, tbence north SO
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south   SO    chains,    thence    west    SO
hains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN,
■fIS Agent,  Peter Piombo
Data located  23rd  December,  1914.
Daily Journal
50c per month
Savo Dollars at George 1). Tite's
Furniture Sale—everything reduced
Drapery   Goods,    Curtains,    Pules
Carpets and rings—25 per cent,   (lis-
omit at George D. Tite's. flOtf
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Kay. I Naval College of Canada.
SYNOPSIS      OF       .'(...Ii      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights or (lie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the 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 2,50(1
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease musl be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in whicli the rights applied for
are sit', sted.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
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 reyalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate of five cedts per ton.
The person operating t|io mine
shall furnish Ihe Agent with sworn
returns acceunling for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
a»d pay the royalty thereon. If the
eoal mini-a'g rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished at  .fast once a year.
The lease will include the conl
mining rights only: but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
eonsiderei necessary for the working of th« mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ot
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
JTOTJGE.
.' e Uniiiidiiui Puti'iotic Fund.
WiH those who need assistance
from Hie above fund, resident in the
city or district and whose breadwinner Is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or tier Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization,
tf   • W. 13   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
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■
-. ■
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe Reserve existing on Deteulion
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of .May, 1912, Is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENWICK,
Deputy  Minister ir Lauds
Department of Lands,
Victoria. B.C.,
October   IDtli,   1914.       o2 1
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBrlde  St.
HdTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  tho Prince   Rnpc. t
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WINBSOR    HOTEL
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The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be he_d at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May. 1916,
successful candidates joisung the eol-
lege on or about Isl August. Aepli-
(mtlons for sntirj.' will he receiveflSlfe
to lfi* April ky the Secretary, Civ*
Service Oonmission, Ottawa, Eraa.
whom _d««V eat*}' forms .an new I»
obtained.
Oe__di.ia«e_ fer tke examination
Miy  next mint  fee between  the a,
of  fourteen  and  sixteen   on   the
folly,  191i.
Fnrther details can be obtained en
_pj>ll_eiinn to the undersigned.
O.  J.  DB8BARATS,
iBspiity Minister ef kite Naval   Serviee
T)wi.M__Ma_rt ef the Naval Serviee,
Ottawa, ,I«««ary  St*, !»
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First     Ave.     Between     Klghth    ami
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