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 4  li  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News,-Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, APL.    0,     1909  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  I  l_llllipillllilllllllt������������^  ..AT THE BIG STORE.  NEW GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR  GENT'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.  c    ������  'Sovereign" Brand Clothing, no  better in the country, for  style, Quality, and service. Buy  your spring suit from us and  get satisfaction. Our new lines  for this season are here���������handsome suits, priced at 12, 16, 20  aud $25     .    .    .    .    .    ...  We are agents for the celebrat-  ,   ed Stetson's Hats.  See our large up to date    stock  of S*radian" Hats, correct styles  for well dressed   young men.  New line of Ties*just received.  Come and see jthem.  "Now^iTowTn^firsTToTpigTrmTlTr  of Slater's Shoes   for Spring.  Remember it is always a pleasure to show goods whether you  want to buv or not     .   ".  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd  1IUNSMUIR AVENUE CUMBBttUKU  li^j.iJiMtfiBwi^^ w n������niiai|;Maaiffi.������^  ymjm  Olall  Paper  as  Arrived  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastiue, Varnish, Stains  aud Baplac, which makes old., furniture, like new.  and for 1909  RODS  The Magnet  Cask Store  Takes  First  Place.  T. B. BATE  We are Sole Agents for  COPPELEY, NOYES   &  ��������� RANDALL-- Clothing,  BEST  in CANADA ���������  HcLEOD  J. N,  Dnnsinuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ���������*^**^-****fTTrirr*-*TriiVit 'W ������������������"  STODDART  Jeweler  New Shoes  New Shoes  Ten Cases  Men's Women's and Children's Shoes.  Locals  On Saturday last, Mr. A.  Gatz moved into his new prem  ises, recently purchased from  Mr. R. Grant. -The Lindsay  House, formerly occupied by Mr  Ga% lias been purchased by Mr.  John McNevin and fitted up as a  boarding houss, the complete  stock of furniture being secured  at the local furniture store.  Mr, nnd Mrs. McNevin are to  be congratulated on having  again secured suitable premises  and arc to be commended for  their business enterprise after  their heavy loss iu the recent  lire.  If wo nro going lo have a cwle*  briitinii in Cumberland on the jj-lth  of May, isn't it in about tituo that  the bushier.* people ������nd eitixene  made arrangement* for a pi-ngi'iim  of sport,*- ou that day?  PI.KSKNTATION  A very enjoyable evening was  sp.Mit at the home oE Mr. and Airs.  Chas. Matthews, hint Tuesday,  March 28i*d. The Sunday School  teachers, of Grace Methodist  Church gave Mrs. Matthews quite  a surprise, on the occasion of her  leaving to take up her residence  in Vancouver. She war the recipient ol! a handsome-gilt dock, as a  token of I'ciiietnbi'Hiice, and also  wishing her long life and success  in her new home,  Mr, and Itrs., Charles Matthews  left by Thursday's bout to tub up  their residence in Vancouver. Mr,  and Mrs, Mutt hewu have boon as  social ed with Cumberland lil'o for  Ht'Vfta! year*, and will be greatly  miMod, especially in the Method ���������  in Church circle, in which Mrs,  Matthews wit* an active wurJ-c-r.  The News wishes them every me-  cesrtiuul hiippiueh*. in their new  home,  A Splendid Rang? of Styles  and the New Shades of Tan.  Mr. II. .Mudin. of H,   LeUcr iv  (Jo. V ietoru', arrived bv Wedues-  day's bout.       ,    i  Judge- llnrrifuii Arrived on ������t  ficiul   blloiliesii   by   Wednesday*.*.  boat.  We Can Fit You at Right Prices.  J. McPHEE&SONS,  a        Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, IL C.  Mr. ('corgi* lii'owti. of Vii'torwi.  ri'i>iest������titini* 1 *vI**���������������* IVm'tiim win in  town lm������t wi'������ V.  HOSIMTAInMIOKTIMi  The tnimml iiiei'tiiig of tlm  Union t*c Comox Hospital Ihuud  will be hehl in the Council Chum-  '���������e,', on iSaturdiiy evening, April  lOth.iit 7:!J0 to flci't otM.-ers for  tho ensuing year.  J������VVCLKX>';'.;5i   t    m.  CLOTS  Elgins Range as Low as $7.00  City Council  rcg-  The Citv Council ";et in  tilar session last evening, there  being present, Aldermen Bate,  llickle, Daniels, Stewart, Partridge and the Mayor.  The minute*'of previous meeting  were road and on motion wlopted,  Communication was received  from Pooley Lux ton it .Poolwy enclosing conveyance and eerrilicato  of title to City Hull property from,  the lion. Junius  Dunsmuir.  A coniinuiiicution was received  from' Dr, Fngun asking for a permanent contribution to Atiti-Tti-  bcrt'tihist's Society, lt. tvus moved  and i.(i'ond(id that, coinniniiietitioti  lay on the table until next, night  of inert in.;, carried,  Aid. Partridge moved, second-. .1  by Aid. Stewart, that school lux.  by law, lm reconsidered���������ca rriud .  The Mayor and City Clerk ���������,ver,.������  authorized to arrange for an ovei -  draft.  There being no further busiuns  the council adjotirneo.  YOUNG  BUITO'Nd  iilUTK  CELK-  Tlio Orango Young Britons  celeb rated their third minivorsaiT  by giving a banquet and dance in  thu Cumberland Hall, on last Moi ���������  day evening. Mr. Honry Hate*,  presided, and after % toast I its'. Iih I  been gone through and each "iio  hud partaken of the good things  provided, tho hull witn cleared au I  dancing was indulge  i in  iii! a Ivn  Constable Cray'* n'jmt'r ---Sonv-1 li-mr. Quito a Urge number uttem  eager, 811 !!,'-���������''���������. Night Wiii'.hiiuin,  jr.78,00; Campbell Uros. .*j!*i5,(������);  Police Court. * I..!.<)( I ;  Aet'otuit*--Cumberland News,  .Vi.50; II. C. (W.ctlc, ������'.!..*><l; Tht.  II. C. PotUtry Co. $i.il������.7-l: K. ���������* X  Hail way. *f I T.t'o*  It win moved by Aid, I'lite  and  ed.Thu music was provided i>y  Messrn Pariihum, Munlock and  Uiinjiill, which as usual was excellent.  Lieut. Governor Dunsiiiuir, Mm  DuuHiiuir. I', D. Little and Mi*.  Little weie in town on Friday lu*t.  wornled by Aid. Stt'wnrl llmi tliej Mr, T, llud*nu drove liiu patty up  Minor be instructed In   "mi1  <������ov'l ' fnim I'liion I'uV.  * I ���������  AoimiI I Ini rd nboi.t pfventiic,' the _  ^ .  diiniplng of g;irbii][;f iiloug th-side \ ChJtiam'iK wax ki)!**d by ������i  of the i'i;ad between c'ty MaUi* u>id fitll of coal at No I mine ou Satir-  fiiH railroad crowing    e.uried.     '* 1������tv  l||Rf-  ' l^'wiwr-ww** wit*! ^Tirgrgi-KB^  ._���������>.  .1. McPhee retuiucd from I  biihilicsr. trip to ViuieoliU'i' hi  \\Vilmvdnv's lH������nt.  MEN'S  HATS   FOR   SPRING  *****  V,l   I..U.L   ���������'!.��������� R .UK  Mr. \Y. J. (ioartl, piano ti:t,< t,  Vancouver, arrived iu the niton Tue.nLtv.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C.  LOST���������lii-Uet-u S,indwii..i. ��������� ���������������������������'  'Cumberland, two bonks entit-n  ; "Iliippv Sundays withthc \U',>.:"  \ p'case nturn to tfjis <ilTice or   i������������  | A. W. Sttow, ,S.miIwick, li. ('.  I     _ ��������� ���������L  j     Miss lliinii't  Hortinry left   dv  i K. S, Co*Aich������u mi SuihUv Jw-: '-ii  ri'ittii tn   *������Inph'  Cici'l,",   St-;.   1"  vt-il l..'rt>;*l������rMr*. H'. \V A;.  -*.*:������.  Now that Spjiiiu is here a  new hat w 'he first  most imjMiriant thing you  uive to purchase to make up your Spring attire, and bciorc purchasing you  shou'd si" our large stock w'.iidi we hive hut opened up   A birr a������.Ttmeiit of l-VIt**.  it.  all  the  |',\THST SH AFl'iS nud COLORS  tnnde expn-'Nlv for our tr.dt* with our name tud pi ice .statu (tcii on each  hat  Sailor Hats For Children  A Splendid Assortment of Children''] Sailors ranging  from to 25c. to ?5o.  CAMPBELL  BROS.  iWiB "ret qwi **���������*>*���������������'*-*���������*'���������  *'T*HHa*MM9a*Ma*M  ���������*e**mi*������*tJtm^*m'*MtV*  NEWS^' CXiMiMt^Nti; BSUTX&i C0OMBT&> *  , b. ���������.'t*ft*aifca.^fc ������������������"~��������� - -���������  Cumlierland Hews  i^e-i Every   Tuesday by  the  ������6r*������'ox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  Tjhiss paper will not hold itself  responsible for the opiinonsof oth-  ���������*i'#, an may appear in its cobunn������  'roiu time to time.  TUB-SO AY,  lt.'^'9  Mr, A, Knechtel, Inspector of  Dominion Forest Re.-v/vti, hns  wrir,te>*. s.!i account of tlie������i refer  vts, which ha* been published &i  Mulle-iin No. 3 ol: the Forestry  Bra '.eh of the Department of ,the  jiiierior.  In regard to the purpose of tho  forest reserves, Mr. Kueolitel  writes: <<The Dominion Forest  itescrves are hitanded to preserve  and produce a perpetual supply of  timber for the people of thepvairie  the homesteaders' newdtt being con  ���������idered of first importance. They  itre not intended to furiiiuh wood  fur the lumber trade. Henoe the  policy of tlio Department is favorable to small mills rather than to  large ones which need largo tracts  of forest and manufacture lumber  . beyond i be needs of the settlers."  Mr, Knecine, then gives in de  " ..-trdl t.ho iu-ca of  the  different  reserves, with the dates of: their formation.    The areas are sununar-  -���������Issed-asJaUo-WAica-     ������������������������������������'  Miiuit'iba, C reserves 3,"i7fl| eq. ���������������'*  SnHka't:lie*an, ������ reserve:, 740 nq. ml*.  Allxrta, 0ro������fc'rve3..,,.,(]7C3'q u������lu  B. 0., 10 retprvas,..... .2*203 sq mlB  Grazing will be allowed, under  certain restrictions, of those portions of the reserves that aro a-  dapted for this purpose. Good  grass should not bo allowed to go  to waste, the Inspector, thinks,  betides, grazing may even be- deed-able on portions of the reser-rcs  us the cattle "ill consume the grass  and peavine, which, if dried, would  be very inflammable, Besides the  cuttle, in going to water, make  phths which', narrow us they ate,  ku-vo to check any tiro which may  (iotno along thnt w.yand give lines  from' which ������. back lire nuiy be  starved.  are pleaVed with the Change,  Tiie boundaries of the : reserves  are being marked aad timber surveys conducted on theua with the  object of ascertaining the present  amount of titnbor aud the annual  growth.-  The species of timber growing  on the reserves, with their arernge  size and condition, are stated and  an approximate estimate given of  All local items of a business!  nature will be charged for at the  standard rate of ioc. a Hue,  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting ami  General repairing,  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in *heir ads. not iuur  than Monday, as this will enable  the printer*,  to insert  it in  the  the timber on the different   reser-1 next lasite on the following Tiiea*  ���������eg. The estimates total as follows:���������  For the Manitoba reserves, 602,  988.000 bd, ft of saw timber aud  (5,250,000 cords of fuel wood;  For the Saskatchewan  reserves,  day.  8'iO acres of land in Alberta or  Saskatchewan, to exchange) for  Ian j anywhere-  on  "E ������& N" or  55,000,000 bd. ft.  of aaw.tTOber I Mong coast from Nanaimo...to Oya-  and 090,000 cords of fuel   wood;|te,r 1{iver'or Doiimft" ������r  Hornby  For the Alberta reserves, 8,402, IsU,lds'    ReP'J fnlV  P^w-���������  000,000 bd. ft. of saw tin. er and  54,220,030 ccrdn of fuel wood;  For the British Columbia reserves, 600,000,000 bd, ft of saw-  timber and 6.000,000 cords of fuel  wood.  The saw- timber cut from the  reserves during the year ending  31st. March, 1908, totalled about  45,751,325 board fuet and the  cordwood l0b,943 cords.  The-regulations for homesteader's permits for cutting on the re-  serres are given in full, Proposed  regulations for portable mills (the  only kind to be allowed on the reserve) are also given. Similar regulations have already been imposed  on oue mill in the Cypress Hills,  -Alta-:-rese rmJthiij^^  apparently been a success.  Tho ti6e of the reserves as pleasure resorts is also noted.  The Bulletin is illustrated with  a number of good cnt6.  It may be obtained by addressing R, H.Campbell, Superintend-  ent of Forestry, Ottawa, Out.  in first letter to Lestock Forbes,  Stettler Alberta.  prohl/"!!!  rust  IliO     X  Mr, Ki'cchte'l .'iho'.v:- '-Iv-'Wi, to bo  OM: of rpKeiai '.iilVriiity, milc-h  iui-.ru ko *.���������*���������������;���������:). tii'-ri in tho Rust,  Tlui number of nimv dti**> and the  Hiiiounl. oi' vuitial; '.iv Mit'iWii, by  '.i - ",,.   *.fi ji|ii':"t   b'-'   i iiO.   Yv'ei-ti.Tii  i'U'i - ', io lie ii.uci, In*,* in Alberta  hi.'katchowan tind Manitoba than  in Ontario, Ti#o v'douity uf the  vtutl, muieovui, iti ab"t;i twice an  great in Winnipeg a������, iu Toronto,  Tbo reserres are under constant  patrol Bituinier and winter. Only  t������'i il!���������������*���������* of any <'o"-t'tiii"U(.������ oc-  it'ured i;- ISluS, Qf '��������� hu one ii.  " i'hn Pimn*1 I'l'h'irre bumfd rani'  %h ���������ujnatuinib', but (ifftrojed no  morcimiruhb timber; the other,  !,. lie iU''.,i* Moioii.iin llemu've,  burnt1') over 2S nqimre miles, most  ly covered with griuu. Moth fires,  however, dtimngcd large (jnanti*  tiiti of young growth. Vanou*.  nielhod* Kiuyi' \cd to pri v< nt lire.  T  :ii������  lint.-!'.  : iH'.'i Ji, thill ud thi* pb  tile in.iii'.i-  '.h,; vi -.'��������� i v,.  d  ������re   i:w.n.  l  '���������'.i. I '.���������",,'.,/���������        v'il ,"'..,'-  '������t'.,' ,-.' ,r���������< ;; ���������' r o.'*,u,hi  i.''!> * I'-1'     :���������'. -.1    :     :;;.'    ,*.i,i.,.! I Ui'ti'd,  largely ivith thi* cud in view. One  \ midrcd inttl ������iT*v unit',! nf sucl,  road were made lu.>t year, I'.x  porimentp hi1'.' 'm-iiig ini'i'm with u  vie'-v to rvfo',i.������'.i,,g uu'tu on the  re.ierven thut h;iM.i I ������������������.���������en ilnii tided  by fire; miwinu >���������* favuintj rather  than oltnting.  A uumbiu' uf H|i,,.;n... v.cm tf  moved from the t(*rrv<.iii during  lUOf^, duo Julndred aini twnu;/ *'.\  Now* Parnffroph  An will be seen in oin ndvor-  liniuetit cohunnu the Plimley An~  tomobilo Co. of Victoria, nre offering to the public tho greatest  minp in automobile;; that has been  known in tho hUtory of the pastime on this IMund. it is not a  worn out, bucond hand, obholetf  clam of cur they nre offering, uuti.  -���������well little macbiim of well-trieil  ���������������t;iviug power and durability The  Lover ('i.inpnny long ago made a  uiv'it nam.'j iv'itb liu-ir '' li. p. oiu  aioui. Kin; v. n������-r..,. 11 mh/m: vi....  lull',) iWt't, \\\t.r\ t.n.'\   n^'-'i tioi m-t-li  toiind wamiug, llcru on thu island  oue of theno hauic ears wiu drivtu  by u Wlv, Mi������,s Pitljor, from Vic-  toiia to Alberni in tht Victon.i  Automobile Club's niu in 11)08,  That journey involved tho climbing of two summit*, and the R<"  ver car tackled the job without u  chock and got through in capiui  ! hliapr.    Tii������< can now off������ir*irl  by  A  TKl. ������&z<s_ *<*!���������������( s-c<SC  The house of Ridgeways was  established in the year 1836,  Over seventy years reputation  for quality and flavor.  FOR SALE-���������Four young bulls  pedigreed; one 2 years old; one 9  months; one 7 mouths; and one 4  mouths*,���������also Carman Seed Potatoes, 3c. per lb; Apply W. J.  Harrigan, Minto.  ~     "*~-~TT-~     ry���������r-rrr-p- ���������  FOR SALE���������One Cooke Stove  and Iron Bedstead, both in good  condition. Will sell cheap. Apply  News office.  HONEST AMERICANS,  tftoidtntt Thnt Gi-^ly Sw-prts*** ������  ViuUw Frgfn <3erm������riy.  On bia first vuit to the United  States a G-erman manufacturer was  tfaa guest of a kinsman In Mew Yort  He expressed surprise when, a few  qays after Ms arrival, he saw' a num.  ber of tueo help Utomsolves' to paper*  at an unattended newsstand, whew  ���������ome men laid down tae exact price  of their purchase, others made chang*  for themselves and still others walked  COAL  MINES    REGULATION  ACT.  Notice of Examinations.  NOTICE is hereby  Riven   that  Examinations will be held for  1st, 2r.d and 3rd ClafB  Certifi*  n\tes of  Compeiericy," coder   the  ��������� ���������ovifions of the "Coal Mines Reg  illation Ac," iii Knmr'nin, Fernie,  away without paying. Ho was told Cumberland and Coutke, on the  that the last named group were custom. ft,li 7th ������nr* StV-. f*������������fi Af A^ii  er������ who paid only once a week, bu| 'Toft) *"?, ?J ���������*" *������f f ?" '  that co one ever failed to pay. 190J>   c������m*"enoing at nine o'clock  To demonstrate his contention that  "most people ure honest in this country" the Americanised German tooa  hla visitor that day to a restaurant  where both were unknown, and when  thoy had finished their luncheon tht  host wont to tho cashier's desk with  his check and said he had no money  with him, bat would pay the nest  day.  The cashier gave the cor/ple a hasty  glance and aald, "All right; I'll take a  chance," and tho men started for tha  street At the door a right about face  movement was executed, the check waa  paid, a good cigar wus handed to th������  cashier, to whom the plot was re.  vealed, and the German exclaimed,  ���������"Grossartig!"  (magnificent).  A CINGALESE DAINTY.  Ceylon White, Ants and Their Numer*.  QUs Natural Enemies.  It is estimated that two-thirds of th������  Island  of  Ceylou  is  undermined  by   '.'���������mitd Ly   testimonials   and   evi  whlto ants.   The number of these ln������  deuce stating that:  in the forenoon  The subjects will be ns follows:���������-  First CWs Candidates���������Mininp  Aei and Special Rules, Mine GtieeK,  Ventilation, General Work, Mine  Machinery, Surveying.  Second Class Candidaics-���������Mining Act and Special Rulee, Mine  aaseu, Ventilation, General Work.  Third Cbtss Candidaiea���������Mining  Ac and special Rules, Mine Gases  and Generul Work.  Application   must   be made   te  he underKigced not later than Sat  rday, March 27ih, 1909.   accom  anied by the eututoryi'ec aa fol'  lows:���������  By an applicant for First Class  Examination $10 00  By an applicant for Second Clas-  ExHrninntion .,, $10 00  By nn applicant for Third Glas*  Examination     5 00  The applications must be accon  Nspimalt  W, H. Stringer upholstering,  Mattress making and repairs; new  Lounges and Mattresses made to  order.  N. B.���������Carpets taken up, clean  ed and relaid,  Orders taken at tbe Furniture  store.   ���������������'- ' ���������*���������  sects is certainly quite incalculable, but  It is fortunate that their natural enemies are almost ns numerous.  The workers are preyed upon by true,  ants mid many other insects; by spiders, lizards and centlpeds; by rata,  mice and palm squirrels. But It is  the ndult winged insects that are especially victimized. It la probable tint,  scarcely 1 per cent ot the mature insects survive the dangers of tbe pa-  _Hpdic^ fights.  Tuey~Tm~the~gOTtlet-of-rjearly-er������-  ery other animal. Birds, bats, squir.  rels, ruts, toads and lizards all tlock  to the feast Dogs and cats eat tha  winged ants with avidity.  "Oven mau himself does not disdain  i to participate," says E. E. Green. "Tua  i Tamil cooly looks upon a mess of  fried termites as a groat dainty, -and I  have several European acquaintances  who consider that termites on toast  form a dish worthy of more general  inclusion In the menu. They are'said  te taste not unlike mushrooms."���������Agri.  cultural Journal of Ceylon BotanlQ  Gardens.  Dr. I), IS. Kerr, dentist, will bo  tit Courtenay, March 4th to liitli  and afterward* tit Cumberland,  A cure for chronic cranks in  the smoking line. The ''Grand  Duke" Cigar, manufactured by  Percy K. Winch, Ladysuiith, li.  0. Mr. Winch will visit Ctuubet*  land once a month in the interest of his business.  FOil SALK���������One wolfhound  bitch, $20.00 live wolfhound pups  $5.00 Tor bitches, and $7.50 for  flog'i>; apply at Creamery, Court-  ������nay.  -MMa-*>-W>----*k*MaJa**^^  MADE IN CANADA  U������������ Only the Beat  SiLLETT'S  h *h* St-^ford Article  i'lV/JiY for \m  IN /MY QUANTITY  *'"'������������������"* M'.-b}: *..>*-,-, '.nftfrtliij wa.  '. '. ������������������.iu������Msr I'M i������u r.tj t-(i������itvfect.  ', ��������� V    \  '",'""������       ���������*������  can  ���������'������ ���������''. *>vU)fi*r*  -'-LETT CO,, LTD.  "���������������������������  -l>  Orl.  The Warning Sir-nal*. *  A Boston physician tells a story of a  youngster of hlo own that au oyer-  Btrenuous vacation Itnd put on the sick  list Tho futhor had an appropriate  prescription filled and loft the bottle  with tho child's mother. An she, however.'Is very forgetful, ho gave her 4  chart and suggested that sho not down  the hours when tho medicine should  ba given, checking off each dose aa  taken. Upon roturning from bin even*  Ing calls, however, ho found tho char)  blank.  "Good graelons, Mary}" lm ox-clalm*  ed.; "Surely you haven't failed to give  Tom his medlclno?"  "Oh, no. I did not mlcii aahrgla  time," lite wtfo assured bihi.  "How In tlio world did yon romem.  ber'lt'wlthout tlio chartV" he asked.  She smiled.  "That was easy. I just told Tom  (lila momln# nt what hours he waa to  bavo It, and half nn hour before each  timo he would begin hallooing that bo  wouldn't take It"    LJ  The Freiwh Are Good Tratolirr., '  Tho French on their travels are tbo  very rovorso of tho Kngllsh. Imper.  tnrbably amiable, they never grumble  and without tlio slightest effort, aa a  were mtittor of cotirac, mako tbo bent  of everything. 1 have made Journeys  with ninny I'roueh friends of both  aosoa, young, mhlillo aged and oldorly,  often lo oot of tlio way plnooa raeot*  Ing with dlscomforta enough. NoUiIng  rufflea their tompor, T-lenaod to en.  Joy freah Hconos witli a gun In I coin-  iwuilon, they e-Uract the utmost poi-  nlble ploiiHiire from ������very Incldont, even  little annoyance* liolni; turtmd to good  acciimt - Miss Itothim-Kdwards In  lAttdon Chronicle,  If a candidate for First da*'  bal be is a British f-ubject and hiu  iiad at   Ie.iBt fivw years' txpeiienci  in or about ihe  (iractical workinj  d a  coal  mine,  and  h   at   leaa  wt-nty five years' cf age.  It. If a cHndidnie fur Seconii  Class, that he has had at least liv,  v-ears'cxperifi.ee in or abnul tin  lUticiical working of a  enat   mint  c. If a candidate fur Third Oltts-i  -.lrirt--bi*-ha*-hnd^i*'r)e.������*uiJirje.ej'fi,aiL  xpeiience in or aboul the practice  orking of a coal 'mine  d. A'candidate for a Certificfiit  ���������i Cotupeteiay at- Manager, Over  nun, abi{tbo^8, Firet'oss, or Slu>'-  mhler, shall ''Ktltice a cerlifieaii  um a duly qualifii-d modicHl pra.  nioiior t-howu-g thai be, lias take  i:tiur.*.p in anil uhtnee work fiuiui  tin. tbe Si,id candidate, to Kivf fii.-  id to pi'T'onB injuied in cta.l min-  nti operations  Daiid ut NmiainiO, B. C. Dtcen.  or I8tb, 19(9.  By order if ibe Board.  FHANC18 H- SHEPHERD  Secieinry  ������������������ ������������������ ��������� ���������.���������!,��������� I���������MM���������WMiwiail���������������������������..������������������laiiiu.  Ri-pent it���������Shilo'n will cure 111^  'iiigbs and colds,  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Aud nil KITCHEN    LTENS1LS  Sportsmen: Goods  and  General Hardware  STEAMSHIP LINES  VIOTORIA, NANAIMO AND COMOX  SERVICE.  s. 5. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Subject to change without notice  VICTORIA���������CGIwEOS":       I*.OTE,'T"S  Sails ftotm Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. e*. (o  Nanaimo,   calling ������i Croftor.   K������per  and Thetis Islands when   freight   or  passengers offer, arriving ai Nanaimo  at 4 p. m,  Leaves Nanaimo   VVednsday, 7  a. ra.  for Union Hay Comox and way pen*  arriving at Comox at 2 p. m.  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., foi  Union Bay and Nanaimo, aniving at  Nanaimo at 2 p. m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,' 7 a. m,; for  Union Bay and Ccmox, arriving at  Comox ut 2 p. m. n  Leaves Comox   Saturday, .7   a. tn.   for  Nanaimo, arrii<-    at 1130 p. in.  Stils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., to  Victoria,"anivtng at 9 p. m.  NAl<AIMO-VANCOirVER  8. S.  ���������JOAN."  Sails irom Vancouver for Nanainio  daily, except Sundays, at 2 p. m. arriving  ill Nana'aim at 5:30 p. ni.  Sails from   Nar.auno  for   Vancouvei  llaTly7WWpt~Sunriaysr-at���������7-a^m.,_.arri.Vi_  ing at Vaiicouver at 10:36 a. nt.  Special steamers for F.xcur  sions, and reduced rites for panics may  be arranged fot on application "10 ihe  Uisi  Pass. Agent ������tt Victoria.  Secure steamship tickets and  berths from W, McGirr,   City  Agent, Commercial St, Kauaimo  B. C  Esquinialt and  Nanaimo Ky  TIME T^BLE  SUNLIGHT  SOAP  Enster Monday will be observed ns a public holiday instead  o( Good Friday and has been so  proclaimed by Mayor McDonald.  MOTIGK  OK TKN'UKRS.  the I'litulcy Co, are not being *ac  riticed ou account ol nny d������f������at in!    ���������   , , ���������    .'"       .... .    ,  itiiiuin   K'.i     .   ���������'     j   i        mi Sealed 1 enden will be received  uinuiiu   'v* uuitfinai ������ir dfaii-n.   The emnim .    ,        ... .,,  .  ���������.o fi'.iiii iii,        ���������       ..������#..    ..* - 1 lby tlieundcraienca up nil (> p,  ��������� v 11.1.1.   *��������������������������� )nn������ m rt itate of pttrfwt ri*t'i*ir ���������nd'   ' ti 1 i������  lm. Thursday  15th  April,   for  frmi th������ Ui't'mm   Motmuin  ���������u. fo and twenty  li  TurtlnMoiiiititu lOtrvt-. ;Ki,r,d nmninR.-riiM*. and vim ti',.  ,  Int-piteof tlio d.licutc iti'nr������'lln.l*t..ry nnd naiiti work Kr������ tfo-hi! rl������re|H;������iii|f crcamerv -v-u --ven-  0' L,i* w -.k it Uf ������"n *< "fjfiti*<ll������������nd bii(.b' I'I ey mo \<t\\vj < f-!ty five feet. Specificatio * can  out tin ������,!!   ih ���������i.i-.s     '. v,.;���������'"���������'������������������������'��������� '��������������� 'he Pnb'in ftt a gire*e������-������y |,e seen at creaim-ry.      Lowest  ,       ��������� tr .      J t)'i  <   fill' lilt; ������ol|l ITHMm tlial r'"Ml  ������fl*"l''   l|tn.,..|V|'      fl I'll-,.- ,k       ,,llt    1 - ... ...  Wh������t He Would Ketp.  Whon tlio into Vrnncola Coupe* wna  elected lo Uio academy, be told hi*.  Mi-tiiV Th������o.lnr������ rlo nntivlllo, that he  wtahod he woro lu too. UanTllle de*  cllneil to canvuai,  "SuppoM your nomination were  broaght to you ono Ono inomtnt* ou 0  ���������liver Hiilver,"  "I don't know what  t  should  do  ���������aUh V.:u r)ni.oi,;.iflr.ri** unlil ttnnvllle,  ''bat I ilioultl corUilnJy Keen tho  Ml-rer.*  ������������������*���������***"" ������������������ll ���������  a-****������**������ta������������**a������*******������*p***lt*a*ll***l  Plnanelal Advlt*.  "Ilert'i a uihd," nuld tho old cltlw-n,  '���������who "oat $5,000 In a bonk whnr lie  jot tt for Kaf(������ kpfipiu'. mil, don't you  trer take no rl������u like that Bf evt>i  con BltB hold of nny money, do It**  ���������onr futhor before you done- iiury il  to' ���������tpfo' the retit of your llfo iltUn'  ent It with ��������� ���������hottruta." j  A BASKET PULL.  et clean, i-wfet-imtlUng  linen io obtained with Ualf  tbo toll and lir.lt the timo  H Sunlight Soap l������ um������I,  ���������S-unll-jht nhnrtAii*) th*  day** work, but lenctheno  U> tbe Ilia of your dothM,  i'-   Follow direction*.  ������������������������  perfect ri'Ji  " "~"   *'" '      *" A Verbal Brae*?.  "Mr wlf#,������ mtid tho tint etobmaa.  "alwny������ ial������o������ n������ a cocUtall wnan I  go bom* feellnir f*1tlH!lm1.,���������  '���������Touft In luck." tlMtawd tbo am-  uai rii'iu .    1 . ..    ood einbnan.   "The hm I nt to a  . .    ,       ,,   r       or any tender   not   iKrinsanly tug iita."^it*. imih b,.������mu  n������* tn lu; fmiiid iu tbo wHl-kuimii' :.    ���������,     M^        ���������   /  ���������*������"��������������� *^t ww"to wopnblle,  ({.rtinf for  Mt...:'.r.londl of ll,,* WCepted.    WM, IH'HCAH, SccV  )i< ,t'a U.HeitUifiK m ������  south v\  OVKD���������Kwd  so*ag9i  Trains  Down  Pat  SUtiou*.  VVtd.  3m.  V'nHy  Si'i.tuy  No. a  N.'. a  Wellington,  Lenvo S ut LciiTt I5.t������  .Nuoiiuu  d.lfi  15,15  Lurij.uiiih,  9.00  15 ttl  Ciicn-.iti,, un,  9,-.5  )<i&t2  Dunoaii'u,  tone  lli.5tt  CowichiB,  ltl.SU  17 &S  Cob\iU Ui|l,  1M0  n.aa  Vtoltitv.,  AnWo ty.tB Airive ������������,6B  NORTH BOl'^D-l'vfHd  Fc-an  St&tiooi  Paily  Wed.  Sit.  Nn, 1  !>���������,!)  ���������/IotorU,  !.ciiv* 0 00 Ltivw 15 OM  Oblilh Hill,  10, <o  hi. an  Onwiohioi,  10, W  1641  btiDoin'������,  11(10  lU.DH  ("lll'UtuiUtlH,  11 h2  17 ilti  Luilynnitli,  n,B7  I7,r.r,  N'naimo,  lU.llli  18.IR  VVtlliuKtm",  Airlvi' 12.A3 an  ivulUdO  52*\ ny pen-on or petwii", cntlinp.  umihivIiij* or tnkinp* any hlncki",  tliiilwr or wood, of nny clencriptiodi*  beloupiti|Z tn thu AVelllnjjrton Col*  ii'.y Co'y., or (runt or off tin* bind  of tin* ������������ld ('innpnny, will be pro*.  ������������������ciUhI to tin* full I'Xtwit of the law,  V, T). WtlK  SnptM'intendi'iit  AVelllnptnn Collh-ry (!o,y.  T!i|W!������! It- Hhilo'a will cure my  nghd atiti robin,  Specinl truinw lor cxcmi-Iius,  nnd rediu'ed rftt*v������ for punicH nmy  be umtugf"1 for on npplii'iilion io  ilie |)ist, PitrH, Ajji'M at Victoiit*.  Rxnirsiim Ticketu on Side f*om nnri in  ill hnitiona, ((iiihi im limn)- j, ,-..���������.,, '.'-',  ind.i} 'n.i!   ,'i:r:!;iy,  ri*utniit-f' rint In.**  han Montlay,  L. D, CHKTIIAM  District PstHseiiRcr Aftent,  uoa Guvenimcnt htrcet,  VICTORIA, II. C.  r  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  It THI URSATltn  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  tt-QOftrYtir.   Slr������fj8C������pj,ltCll,  iwicttri wrKatL-r,  Sample Cqj?y run,  FR*NK0UKNPUI.OO.(U*),  ^mSSn% ���������wWSeWBetew  A a****  mi, ������. riLtomvmmi*���������*'-*'- ���������mt*v*,$>������viti*.ww������<MM*mwm\A������> ��������� ������������������ ,.i ������,������.,i  THE   NEWS;   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink   U. B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIR8T-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  Ming of  TheHUDSONS BAY CO  ties  e  Sole Aeerits for B C  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT,  We, Algernon LT, Stracy, M.  Neelin Garland and ������Charlee F.  Dickinson all of the City of Vancouver in the-Province of   British  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  ���������I"^H"I"H"1"M-*'  'Columbia hereby give notice that  we proposes to build and  operate a  tramway in Rupert District, Co  mox'Division,:;Vancouver   Island.  The proposed rotito of the   line  is coinmen.u'ng at a point on   tho  Bast shore of Nunpkiah Lake  the  said  point  being on  Section   SO  Rupert District, thenoe running in  a general Northerly direction to a  point on May's Buy on Broiighton  Straits on a portion of May's preemption  being section  Two   (2)  Township One (1) Rupert District  saitl tramway being a length of six  miles more or Its***.  Dated this twenty-first, day of  liecenYber 1008.  ALGERNON H. STRACY,  M. NKIiUN OAKLAND  OITAULES P. DICKINSON.  H**H**M~W**M**H*  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  **K**M-H'*i~H**W'  For the  Farmer.  **J^*H'*l~l*,Mwl-i*^  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltdi  H.  S*. ROLSTON,  Managing Director.  Vancouver, B������, C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B.C.  T). Hunden  Xofcice la Uatott-ji -glv*-. ������.<vi  *r<t: <������������������������������������.  P*������**a aaftMr data I ii/V&ed w <tf*k? '-*���������  ihts 'Beeaevratiba  Okie*   OotauJi'-isritj-.-'n,..  of Lancfe aad Works set- ������. L.U-sik������ ,*/���������  praapact f������r coal an<2 ���������j<*urol***u -ca-  der Am (orcshara aad under tht  ���������,..  tar aad on the lands in Oomtx Harlim,-  Ooanot District, de.orib*d rb f������ltowe:������������������-  Oomwenoia*- at a  po������t pta*������ted at the  ���������ortk   wwt oorner  ������t    M. A. NapiorV  olai������;  thence eonta   Kuojtt ft?  thiw^o  thenw weal abeat 26 clu.i-.K&eaoe nx*.  terly following  tha  ainuoaitie*  of tti������  almre lme to plaoo of  oeromemjouieut;, ���������*  ooutsiniutr about 275 tu*ro������.  Patod this SOth day ot DewmbOT 1W8.  Q.K.E. NArlUR.  K. Row Napier, Agent.  c  H  O  I  c  E  S  T  in season at  -AND-  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Nnnaimo, Union, Comox, by  tho  steel Clyde built twin eerew  ateHinei* "COWIOHAN"  8ailiug us under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives N&naimo, Saturday 12 pm  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am  Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8 a ru  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Unit., Sunday 6 p in  Arrived Naaaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vancouver Mouday 7am  Stage leavej Uuion for Cum ber Ian I every Sunday morning on arrival of "COWIOHAN;" and leaves CumOerlirad Hotel  at 1 pm, connecting with accamor at  Union.  tfoatao U hereby give* thai Thlrt**.  Dapi eiter da.**) I lab-atd to a***? t������  tha Haaaotarable Cfciof Ca*-**-*i*wtM*ay  of Uuadm af*d Works for a Lioeatt to  proape** tor ooal ������nd petaoleieta tattler the foreihote and under the ������iter  and apoa tke lands known as White  Blaff Reserve, Comox District, described  as follows:- Comaaaacing at a post pl.ia-  ted aboat m ckaias ������a������t from the West  EndofGoos* Spit, ia Comox Harbour;;  theace north lo chains' thtnee cast 8o  chains; taeace south lo chain*, taeace  west la chains to place of commencement; containing about 640 acres.  Dattd this 39th day of December   190  R. ROSS NAPIER  &K&949QV9W9999���������  Tnos. tj  D. HUNDEN'S  ; COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  TRAMWAY  COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT,  ���������^,H���������+���������H*���������l���������w������*^**I������������������J*���������h^���������J*������^*^���������^���������H^���������*t;  I Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  t  NOTICE is hereby given that the  undersigned propose to build a  tramway from a point on the foreshore of Comox Harbour. Oomox  District, Vancouver Island, uitwito  about 750 feet eimt from thu South  eust corner of Lot 82, thence ruti-  ning In a general north westerly  direction for a distance of about  twenty miles to a poiut, at the Huuth  easterly end of Campbell Luke in  tht' miid District, und triiverKiiig  porlioiiM of tho following laiidri:���������  Lot* Hi 1111J lilt), Soutiuiia '12, 09  mid UI). Lola 101, 127 and 118,  Piiiitlitdiri! riidluii lldacirvo, Lot 112  tSuctioiui 75, 7! and 73. Lotu lif������,  ISO nnd UiS, ninuk 20, mid  tliiou^b Towiiidii[i U, 7,-I, 1 und  2, to^utlioi' with Milf.li brunch limm,  Hpuria. t>ih������ ti'iudtH and fnotlora tu  connect wiih thu miid train way iih  may l������������ ntfciiasury in coiiuoctioii  vithl! ;....  DatlcJ  l'l,,i *''\].   1],.^  i.lf Ft:Il,,  1.1 *Ui^  A. I). McRAK,  TilOAlAS MoLAKTV  U, I. CRATG.  60 YltAftr  IXPB.?IENOB  ..  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OP : ALL  KINDS  .....  NOTICE.  wood  I and Coal  [ Hauled  ���������Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMIWRLANI),   H. 0'  vf4*,^^.j^,4..j,4-HH''W-^-?W-H'  Tweed's; r^osylii}ii������������v  Th* Qrmli JftiiiKuA llmedy,  T'lrtwi und Invltfanicintliu W liolo  iiurvniia vynUmi, mitlio* imw  ....^ __ jiLatiin o{tlVt)lii'j,Cnr,'*Af*i'  Dftittttu, Mental and Tlrntn-Warty, tor  t-..>ttH,% hcxiinl Wealm,'**. A'mfa-foji*. ������/'������������'���������  wiUrrhei, und Meft*j>/MMecr J',tfrn'.  Prloo������i iiLTjMix.alsftiria. Ono will pl-iKee-,*,*;  Vflll I'tu'ti, Sold by all iiruculau ut nr'iU'O Ju  plulii |ikit. on ruiJtiluf, of jifii'O. AVw VJ3" *"*  mniiitifm. Tho Wood Mo-Halm* Oft,  out  iwa  ToPont*t,OrrU  Gcok's Cotton Root Compound  j^f%0**\*, 1'ho in***t Uterine Tonl������, iind  LtB������ antw ,.IAir'."J     ������'������u    tllli.ltlM   |\1UUI,I.|,  ffWt?f������MS#n������iftilflWr<in wltlrh vponum wm  Ridiuy on locomotives and  rail  way cars of tbo   Union  flqlliery  Company by any  person   or  jier*  sons���������except taincrmv���������it; strictly  prohiMteti.    Employees   f,n������ sub-  i'ec toCiumiaaul for allowing Ham-  Ry order  Pkancis D, Littih  Manage*.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Kor tho Spring Trade  Tented Stock, Seodn  for Farm  Gardon, or Conuervatory,  TJMTK!) STOCK  from tbo beet grnwurb in England  France, Holland, United Status  nnd Canada.  Fruit  nnd Ornamental Troon,  Small Fruit*, EiiKliah Hollitn,  Urown in tho only part of tho Am*  or ion 11 continent not infeUcd  wftb the San Jo.������o kciiIo  Our trees du not have to ho fumiga  tud nnd (itiriKKjuctitiy damaged  Sjirny  i'umprt,  Fortililem, Huo Suppliea, Spraying  .MaieriHli. Cut   Kl 'Wh,-h old.  157 pHge lUTAI.()tlUl'3l"RKK,  M.   J.    HENRY  Ore* houaen,  Seen Houlua and 1'oat  Cfflfcu Adilre a,  3010 W������BT>TrN8TBXl ROAD.  Branch Nursery, South Vancouver.  Vancouver,    -    [\. C.  Take Notico that Fraser River  Lumber Co., Limited of Frasor  Mills. B.C., Occupation Sawmill  and Lumber Company, intends to  apply for permission to loaso the  following dcscribud land.���������  .. .Commencing at a post planted  about 750 feet distant and in a  southeasterly direction from tlio  southeast eornorof Lot 82. Comox  District, thence 1500 feet South  40 ' degrees, A4 iuiuutes Kast,  thonco 500 feet North. 40 dogreec  1(1 iuiuutes East, thence 1000 feet  North, 40 degrees, 44 minutes  West, thonco South 40 degrees 10  minuto** West, to point of com-  moncmoiit and containing 17.2 a-  cres more or less.  Dated 20th Febrnury   1900.  FltASKB Rivisit Lumbru Co, Lw.  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  tor  and   Em-i  balmer  ��������� ������������e*������t���������*������ttvcec������������������*>c;  Houtt e      Btalsluic    Re-  newlnt'   ::   Foimdatlousj  Care Aa: It Attended to.  Ctmiberlaridj li. C.  HaNOMMCMtMICfOM  NOTICE  Every Mouday aud Friday I  will be iu town to deliver Fresh  Mutter and all kinds of Vegetables  md iiIho 20 tons of potatoes; will  ���������<ell cheap.  Cmu Yruk,  Saiuhvick,  Notic* is herafcy givaat titoit "ndrtjf  Dcjra after date I Intend to appl*/ to  the Honourable C4iie( Conunirataner  oi Lands and Works for a license to  arospact tor coal and potfoleum on-  ���������Ur th* (ora������bor������ anil under tha watet  end u������on tha lands is Con������x Hurboor,  Nolaon Diatri.i, deaoribed aa follows.���������  CoBaaoeDoiB/f at a post plant-ad   n\ tha  aouih waat temtr of   >!. R.   Uusttia'a  claim; thane*  north obottt  40 ehaina;  thaaoe waat abnat 25 ohains; thenco t������l-  Uwi&f Ihaainaoai idK ot the shore line to  plaoa ot matmaooament, cont&ini'C about'  90 acres.  Dated tkli 30th dcy of Deoenbar 1908..  K. ROSS NATlKlt  Notico is horoby kItoh that Thirty  Dny.i ftftor tlixto 1 Intend to upvly to  tho Tlonournbk* (,'hlef (Jonnoiwiloner  of Lamia and Worltu for a Liconiw to  proHpot't for foul imrl potrolinati un-  dor thn fomahoro and under tha wa.*  tor and upon tlm land in Oomox Hnrl>onr,  und deHoribed its followH:���������Ootumeaciair  ntnpoHt pluntwl at thu nonth wont nor  nor of K. R, Nnpinr'u nlnim; thflneoaail  80 cbaiiiHi tliMiitio uuii'-b 80 olmuu; thenoo  vvtwit, 80(*ljnin������! thunoo tinrili 80 ohaina;  to plnro of eoriiiii'nr������"r>**at  oonlninlti)*about, 040 ihtum,  Uatt'd tliia 2Utli il.y of I) ttenilinr 1008.  B, VV. HAMMOND  IL Ro������������ Napier, Agon  Notice is hereby given that thirty  days after date ! intend to apply to the  Hon Chief Conrtrni*.sian*T of Lands and  Works far a licence to prospect tor coal  aud prtroltum nader tha. foroahnrn and  un������i������* tha wnerand on t.hc lands known  M-Whit-j-BluiT-IWi-ririt.���������Gcmox-Di.tiiot;���������  deacri'a'iaa follnwn;���������C.rnnii-noi.i^ nt a  poet planted nt the south xrept o������rnm- of  R. R. N'pier'a claim; thance **������st 80  rhaina; ttioaoe nerih nbeut fit) ohaina;  thonce eaaUrly fohnwint' the ainanutici  if thu ahoreline tn tha Qvrtk west Ixmn-  dary of K. R. Kai.iar'a claim; thenoe  Hoath about 55 ohiltw to pliiut of  cmmanaaaaeml, a**at������miii������ about SCO  aorta.  Da*a.Ubia f9th day of Decom' or 1808.  SAMUEL SlTKOKR.  K. Kofi Napior, Aj-ei-t.  f >>.',' i!il������.,l (,   i.-uUitt l/uvu UuUlWln 1  ���������Si*, nt ni'imnUi-.N'rt. 1. *tl t Ki, ������. ���������  .  A 'Otloirr'MiHtroiiirei'. pi tip, Hi |  ^    ^-J^'^Tl&tWfc Whw In Courtenay  y^  nroiKtM iV:i ivuM'af wjooT  >������,, , !"roe jwrnj.tilot. Aitn*������>.n/ THS  hy ail  rojwild  nr  - roejwrnpli -  - .  ���������Vlf IIIDl������iWaC*0..Toati*iTO. Our. Uxmrly W\  IVkiu  True"* MARRt  DCfMONt  ������      ^   OopyniOHTt Ac.  Aarant e-tialiyr a iM*rh and itAMiftptimi mar  iijjl'm*, ii|,|n������l agaimr r,il������nKfTti,|tMiMii.������,  ���������ayaid tout*, wii l,���������ut ttmif., ia UV.  Scfmifffe JlmeriMii.  ^ kaa<.������,itn.lf llt������������lr,l*l *������*.������lr. I atf.il rAr.  ������������������iatioii ������t afif tnwiltt* J -"hikI. Vchi., I* n  taart ������,]ut-Kii,iit|n,|l. aoWt,yiUiri,-maitir,leia,  Ducks���������%^h   for sulo  from Prize bred   stock 82.00 pi-r  ilttinuof U,55!).50 for two.  Touloiiw    Home���������Kj'pjii    50c.  Oltl'll.  Mr������������. H. C. Nixon.  Dciiiiiuii Klun I.  Dr. K������*r, Mr. and Mrs. T. Piket  and J. Cunliffo were p������Hf,i<ftgerii by  the outgoinp* i-teanmr, Tlinratiny.  itii*toi������ Colliery   C"'**,,   miiie*'   id  I'liion, II. C. for 'month uf March,'  wan 4 U HON tons.  Mr. f-wtui, of Dfnnmn   Inlnnd,!  wna a pa#������e:ij'������r by Kriduy'i* l������oaf,   (lOllC ilt tllC  IScVVS.  Tlv C'Mirl'pmy Hotel --- ���������  i    Tiie output of coal of the Woll*  Kvery convetdenre for guenti.  ThaOuntial Hotel for Sportamon  N'ontt hut the He-it nf Wine* and i.iqutui  -tt the I'.,tr.  R^TRS PJUflor-UBLE  f f 1 11 ui i.a������������������������!������������������������������  John -Johnston,    Prop  Get your Job Printing  Take Notico that Fraser River  Lumber Co, Limited of Fraser  Mills H. C, Occupation Sawmill*-  and Lumber Company, intend-: to  apply for permission to lease tlm  following described   land:���������--  Ooiu'meuftinp; at the northwonl    Notico la hmui'y given that anility  ,.,,1'twii. i���������,al of    hUlrinl    ffit    Hill r),,*m ,vf'or 'l"'"  '  1",on*' l0 "l>r>,V l"  coinei pimtot   Unmet   I.OI.   im������, Ul���������  ,Im,0l���������.,tb|t,  rMat vammimaxm  Comox DiHtl'iet, tlieliee   north   40 "f l*������nda nnd Work*, fur n Uwitu- to  , ���������,, ,���������ia������   t iirnNiioft  (nr run I hikI piitrtilmim un  ��������� I'ttrees ]0 mninlei*'.ant, (il)Ofeet, '.    ' . ,,.,���������,  h "     ' t   ' tier the fitichnre ,iinl miller   tins   w.tiei  tlieiicc tRnntli -H degree* 4(1  mm* ,-mil on ihe laml kiin*i ���������������  White   Bluli  iiU-8 Iinst 0500 feet, theuco  Koulli Hcjtivr, Cuiii-di Uiitiia deicribed  a  ���������III degrees Hi mhiiite*. West lilUO l'tillo������������;-(:iimme������ciiu; at .1 post pLintei  f.'tit more or Io-k to  high  water ������������h������no*ih������������������,rncrof H.lt. Naphrt  h rlsunj iheni'e cnit   So    rlmiu*,   ihenc  tnnrlt. Ilnmivnortliawifi'ly follow. Mlllth 8o ch,ins, tluntc vtei- 80 chain,  iftir the aald high waier  niiirk  to tht nee north eighty cluin* to ihe pi.tn  to the point of (���������.mumoiicenumt  11 nfcoiumenceincru toni,iiii!n������ *bout 640  distance of 0500 fuef inure tn* UkJ'''"**��������� ,  ,,������,.. , I        I '.������l������li Mil* i'i'dt Oft)' tlf  |Jei.l.llli������������l   i./J*  i-iMtftiniiig U0 ���������.<���������"������������������������������������ more or Ick  ,               UAKKY ATHKKTi'N  I luted tlm fith. day of Marfli lOMO.i                         h. K������m N*;������er, A;������-nt,  l-'/anicic RriKk Lrmii'it Co. Lti������. ���������������������������-���������  S'iitlri������ in tiorotiv rl\-i������n (hat. 'f*hlrlT  r>iiy������ uffi <lnUi l Intend to apply to  thii l(otinura!il<- f'hlo* lloimnlaatnnor  nf IahihIh mnt Workh fur 11 Mpwim to  prnM|Miii fur ronl anl putrolaura "in-  i|������r the  funalifn������ ami midrr Ihe water  LAND aHOZS'IRY ACT.  In tha matter of an application for Dupli-  onto Gertificiitu- of Title to lit l.XXV,  loction 74, aud S. W. fractiontl J and  8, K.   ftfictionnl  ,*<  of  fiectimi 28,  townwhlp (VCrnBpOSa G) Comox Din-  tiict.  NOTJ.OK Ia hereby pivon thnt it ia my  intention at tho expirnt-iim r.f one mouth  from dato of tlm limt publioaliou hersof to  i������Hue Duplicate Oartiticatts of Tttlo to u.  ho?a landi icsued  to  Moury ���������''if'k Mo-  QuiHnu on tho 7th November, 1693, 7th <  Ap'111002,  mid Hth Octu'ier  1000,  and  numbered renptetivoly 17'i27n, 7<>i0o And .  13C46e.  Land Ke^iitry Oflice, Victoria, Jj, C���������  the'JSnlduyaf March, 19!)!).  8. Y. WOOTTON  IlegiaHnr-Ucripnil olTiUei.  mmmmmmmmtmmmmmt0mmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmtm  GLEAMING A CLOCK.  It la Not Vary Difficult, Aocordlno tt  That* Dlnetlane,  It li vary altnplo to eluon n clocl-.,  wblel may aouad raffter ������bntird. For  do ntntteur It le not nlwnya ueccauiry  t<* take the clock to piece". WitU a  little caro and -mtlence niiJ iiKlni; huhio  iKMizlnp, a clean white mar. ��������� aalilo ,  brush and aotua oil u chcli eun lx*  cleaned and put In flrnt rlnra rttnnlni*  orciur, 1'lie beaKlnf nbouM ln> clean  nritl free fnim oil, You can teat km-  rlne by putting ��������� Uttlo on tbe ImicU of  thn hind. If It la ii<>ocl. It wilt dry o:r,  leavlni* th* hinj i|Ulto clout), but If  nny irroaHo remolna on the hand It I*  not fit to use,  The ull abonIJ lm ef thn very heat'  thnt enn be procnrixl.    Vcii'tabln oila  t-heuM n*wr be OHcd. f-'ltvl; oil can he  procurwl from ''iiurdrtiKciKt or Jeweler,  All looae dirt nhmild Ik* nTiiorcd from  Ihe worU������ by blowliut wiUi U'llown or  n fnu or dusting with t dry bruKh. In  tho liitUtr caue urmttt'Hiv ahniiltl ha ������i-  erelHed not to ln,uirt nny of tbe parta.,  Dip the broab In t!te her.'liu* an;| t,lM|i  tha Hplndlit** and aplnilln IioIm nnd Um  lueli' ui |li������ i'#t4|WWilli muc'i, Altif  'vavhln*; 11 j>art ������������������������!;>������* thp tr-"'t ou " ,���������  rtiir und rltiM In the bcnrln*-. Thin  .lionlil be lepeHled frequently until on  muru dirt la ae������Ji,  When Ue clock hudrltd oil Ihe aptn.  die IiiiIcm carefully. Tbla mar be done  wiiu 11 UHittipKa in a hum nl trot.:  cut 10 a One paint, -nil the tooth,of to*  ott-micment wheel ilinbtly, using a float,  bruah.-Popular MKbaolat,  N'ji'onfou  t'Hrliiu'  J-OR   SALJ-;���������S>ed    potniotm.  Uci.ttty,   hi.\tt:i.-n   dujs  ���������ln.1 l-'-'lyj weat HOelialnM tbemv  amitli  almut 15  Ki������k������, an iniinoiiHt yi������lder.    Price! chain*; to Un eltore li������i������*; thenrxi follnw-  inif the ainiioailiea  nf  the  ahore   linn  t������ jiUee ol eomnieofmwnt.  and on ihe lnnda In Uomoi   Harbuiir, j    Selami Dietrlct. ile.orlliad n* foll������>wn!��������� I Ptatkleta f veanditue*.  l>������mn>*.(iiii������  ������t a  |"i������t  planted at tne j I>J1*rvr~VVh������*o   I   t������wU   tbla  pint*  H*  annth wat onrnnr of V. fn.Hn'a .ila<m*.l w,-1*,t ������������������������ t(* ��������� ',ft������ ������������������ ���������������*��������� ���������������������   ��������� ���������">������������������������  thc.ee tvirlh ������V������ql ������i chalmi  th*.<* *lmni "*"-'  *"*" "   lu    ���������**���������������������������-*������-  < m: jMir pound; if by umil add |Mta  j 1 ago,    I.iiigtii' lotx nt rcdiifi'il j������ri-  ci���������*,    All order* will   rciM-ivH  my  p'-mnpt nttenfion.���������1.>. Ryan,  toinox, B.C.  Don't you ttilnb If would pare  cu*ajn/r (tad y������u kllM tho doy?  Hat Oilll*f*al*.  Wife*-*! claim tlmi lit** tii>ry *w ������''<���������  cantait.inu aUmt Kid acrea  l������nt������"l ihtaJfrtli d*y������f lHioi*mb������r ������������������������. i nit Iruit til������bt when ymi m' '  u< ���������  M. V. HimrON.       , *������ae a dalfberme lie!  It, r.(ia*i Kipt#A Ac������iif.,    liuli -Anii I tny If wiuii-'f   I r,. i������*������>  tliont'lat   lip <4M  fl***.'   , I   I'.'   it*  ���������a*J������ THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ������iv>'C-,j'J  .OUU V.i S..-������_iA  l������.l.aV������  every year are obtained from  one of our ranches alone for  making BOVRIL. This number is supplementary tolnrge  numbers slaughtered in Australia and New Zealand to  ���������provide the raw materi.;! for  Spring Pishing   Nurn������  ber  BOVRIL.  To save cost of transpor'-ation  the first processes in the  mnimfacture of 110VK! I. are  carried out where Uie i-:-.tlle  are raised at our own lactones on our Cattle r.u:c'iu*s.  Take  The tirBt'sight of the fine coyer  iof the excellent   Spring,    April  j Fishing Number of Rod aud Gun  (in Canada,   published  by  "W.  .1.  'Taylor Woodstock, Out., will  Ptir  | the blood of the thousands of fishermen throughout, thu   Dominion  I and start  thern  on the congenial  ,| work of preparing for thu coming  ���������I fray.    Tbu lony; and varied nature  of the contents of the number,   in  i which fish and fishing topics pre-  'j dominate, will still further stiinu-  i lato them, and the opening of  the  .      ifialiinj* season will nrobably.see un  S. S.  Katanya  will  complete;.     . ������   .   t. ,        ,  J -���������       'increase in-the anglers'   ranks  I Going Out of Business  On account of, ill health I find it impossible to carry on  mv businet?g any longer, und the whole of my splondid  (���������loe.k will be-dispo*������ed of at pi ices quite regardless* of cost.  My whole sti.cK of WATCH US, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,  PLATED WARE, ������'nd gTEKLINC SILVKIt-but Gins?,  Leather Goods, Hooks nnd Stationery, Show Caae-*. Cum-  ter and Safe, all torsade cheap -FOR SALE CHEAP.  JVlcLEAN  !       THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA. ������  ��������� CUMBERLAND,  B.C., f  Capital $3,900,000 Assists,   $46,400,000 **  Dki'oxi'i.., 533,700,000 f  Reskrve, $4,600,000  Money Ordersan*-:  Now This IS a Genuine Sale.  )&S������&Sl@&&S^^.<S&iS������S������������������   ������@������#>>X&'!Xs)������^  5 Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, Francs, Marks,  Rubles '5  %      ���������                   ���������*-rLires, Kronen, etc  O  | Payable All  Over  the World. $  J Savings AccountR Open With One Dollar Upwards. ���������  | A. B.NETHERBY,   u^7m. %  Unron Bay Items,  taking cargo and sail for Mexico;  to-morrow evening.  S..S.    Wellington    arrived  from San Francisco mi .Saturday  afternoon last and will load cargo j  for Yukon & White Pass Ry.Co.j  Skagway. j  Mr.   John Humpbroy,   jr.   isj  confined   to his bed with an -at-;  as  one result of tbo interest, aroused  through the wide dissemination of  these stories. Three articles stand  out as of value to the country: ���������  Preserving the Nation's Fish,'' by  Ovrns McMillan, an illustrated de-  ���������* '  seriplive account of tbe work of  the Prince lid ward Island   hatcb-  ������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������'^������������������������������������������������������������������������'# ���������<>*>���������������������������������>���������������������������<**,  O  y  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers iu Fresh aud Salt Meatsand Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  O  ��������� R. Webster, Manager.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^���������������������������^ e^***-*^*****^*****^***  COURT OF liVISION.  * i  tick of la grippe, but is reported  to  be'doing nicel'v.  Mr. Wm, Marsh. 11   has  been  |erjr;  past week or so, bur   fiom latest:  vcpor's is improving.  S.S. Cowicbau was  away late!  j  "Tho  unsolved   Mystery of   the  i Salmon,''   by  Bonnycastlo  Dale,  . .       . ' who has spent   two   years  on   the  laid up with rheumatism for-the.: n   .������,,.���������,.*      <.,  . ,        .        . , Pacific Coast studying   the  ways  ��������� of the sal mon and, with   the  ex-  jception of one point, leaving  the  '! mystery still unsolved; and "Con-  on her Sunday schedule trip.        ; ,. t  TV    -v   ,f   l)  -ir  J * iservation  ot   ISon-Ae-it  rnuldino  Mrs.   Wm.   Carter   returned j ... ,       . ,,     n     ���������, ,   ,     ,, ...  Irishes of tbe Great  Lukes,"   by  home ou   Sunday alter spending I ,,, ',,  .,   .   ���������   ���������, ��������� e v- ,    n '  } ... &-iW.-L.-Me-ehanv Chief Fish  Com  a-few week's  vacation   visiting i    .   . ,      T, ...  ,,;���������-.���������.    . T "imissioner   for   rennsylvatiia,   in  _JxicJtjis_ia_\^i.c.to.na and  Vancou-1   , . ,       ,      . ",.,        ,  _ _ pwiirclra-plea���������-is���������put���������-ion-ward���������ou  .   ���������    ������������������ ,   .        ! behalf of a policy'on which   there  Mr. Fred Ray returned  home:   ... , *\. ,..i c  .             ,.          ,       I will be great dilrerencotj of opin-  on Sunday after spending a short,.. _. ,......,...,. ..... ...     .,.  vacation in Vancouver.  A Court of Revision for tbe  City of Cumberland will- bo held  in the city council chambers, on  Monday/May 5th, 1909, at 7:30,  p. in.  Any person or persons finding  themselves improperly'-, assessed  for the year 1909 may appeal to  this court, either personally or in  writing.  ion but which closely concerns the  future of the Great Lakes  iisher-  'f he, local fans arc quite  busy  iu regard to having a better dia-, ��������� . . . ,  ������ , b      ��������� ���������      ! separate  provinces  are told  mond this vear, it *'������������������������������������"���������"'������***''������������������������������������������������������''  irrangemeuts!  can be made to have .site cleared  they have chosen, no doubt with  the   assistance of several   other  new  men will   make our   other  friends "go some" this season,    j  Mr. Jackson Arthurs   is hav-j  ing his new house built at Fair-1  view,   Union   Hay,   and   when!  completed  will  greatly   add   to(  Union Hay's splendid homes,  ,   The Yacht D.iloura, witli Hon! ��������� ,,    , .        .  .,   ��������� pare of an excellent number  the  James Duusimur ami party sail-1, n       , ....     , ���������   t    ������   ,  , ,    .,.,      ,   ,, '     ' .       ; the sportsman will be able to nud  ed lot* Victoria bundav evening. '. .    ... ./....  .    ,  . ' "   ; material which cannot mil to prove  Capt. .Seward, oi the barge Or-    . . '  1 ' of tbe <  ies.    Then fishing  trips  mi   four  in :.  manner irresistibly reminding fish  or men ofincicfenu in their own  |experience*. A IScw Brunswick  j'Lo������t La to Found," is particularly  ! good, though each t-tory lifts an  jinteiest all its own. A similar  {variety'.if fare will bo found foi  j those interested in other forms ol  (sport, ''A Lady Moose Hunt in  | New Ib'iini-'wick," by Miss Kmach  ' eing a good specimen,    Oneveiy  A. MCKINNOxH,  City  Clerk.  FOR SALE���������All of my household'effects consisting of  tables,  ehair,s,_bedr,oomjiuJt,s,  j>taves__et,c.  Mrs. R. Grant,  Cumberland 15. C.  Dr. Kerr, Dentist, will be in  C'lmberlaiid only until end of  March. Consult him at once, if  you require any dental work.  NOTICE:���������No ads will be  changed after Monday noon of each  week.  NEW  Notice is hereby   given   tbat Thirty  D.ivs after duto  I   intend  to  apply   to,  tlio   llonotiraWe    Chief     Commisi'ionor ]  'nf I/,mis and   Works for a  LiconEe to!  prospect  for    coal   nud petn.loura un-1  dsr the fol'ovi-tug   tlesor.bed lands  situate ,  iu Sayward District, B. 0., commencing at  a post on the bink of   the CatvtDbell Eivcr.,  opposite tho S. E. pout'of lot iG������.  Thecce '  due North 30 oiiiuiib  more or kss   to   the ;  N. E. corner post of said lot 164;    Thence :  ilue west lit).70 chaius ntore or hss to tlu- j  N  W. cornor of  uHid   lot   IG4.     Tlit-nc,-.  tiouih 30 chains.   Thence due   east  66.70 :  chains more or less to placa  of cotnmeuoe-  mciit, |  Dated this 9th day of Match 190!).  K   PRIEST.    :  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CD,At>E TO   OI^DER RJiD  IH ANY STYLE YOU LULSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  C U M B E R L A N D,  B. C.  The PRIZE  WINNERS For  March  NOT CE is hereby given that the uuder-;  sigmd intend to apply nro utoutn utter ,  'tife-date-of-the-firiit-publica+iovi-of-llHS-no--���������  ti e to theGnvoruor-iii-Oouncil to- aijprov |  ���������A ot thu plana and site nf a proponed boom !  ing ground in Oomox Harbor in tie Die- j  iii 1 of C'litio.*;, Va eou/er Ll.iud, iiri ish ;  Columl -ii. |  AND NOTICS is a's > si>#eu that a plat,  of the propopo'l works itifit-iher with a de :  sc iptio'i of the fito hava boon tlepomud ;  in the i Hue of the NMnit-ior of Public!  Works nt Ottawa, ai d in thn olliu: of the j  Uislroi r.Kpislr.r nl Landa in the City of  Viet' ria, Province 11 Hritiah Coltnnhia.    I  Dii'Dil ihia Kith day of .\.ini|i, Hlu'J,  KItASKK ItlVKli LUMBER CO.    ;  Do you bold the duplicate coupon bfaring one  of the numbitB  below?   If so you are entitled to an eiej*;iDt 1C9 piece china   dinner t-et.  Remi.ieraber if yuu do not find your iiua-bcr Hiuona tbe li<3t tin- month,  T������eWt~yourcoTlpone, ^annrrwhTnTTore youTcau"  -you are jTuTt~as~ri"iiely���������  lo win next month on thi" moiuh'p coupon as not.  4087S       31910        34148 36663        36449  3S588        30439        48857 47555        49852  Every 491b sack of ROYAL STANDARD -FLOUR cot.tains a  r.'.un!*ei'ed coupon on i'Jinf*; the holder to a chance lo win one of ten  beauiiful ami cosily ehina dianer seta tbat are given away monthly to  the ueers of this fa mo lis* bread flour, Save v< or com oiip, make an effort lo gather all you oan���������,you will find your number among the lint  winning number's will  appear in  this t-pace  one  >f tiie  e <ia-,������,  lie  tbe firs; is.-ne of oaeb mnnih.  egou, was drowned   at, Henry\  Bay, last Friday.    The Captain;  hud been ou board Uie yacht Da--i  lourn having diuner with the cap  tain of the yacht,  after which he  j-ot   into his boat Id   return  Henry Hay  where   '.he   Oregon  was anchored, awaitinjr  orders,  Captain Delcbay,   ol  tbe barge  Iieroila, beard someone call  out  uud when be went  out   to   see  who was callin;*, all be could see  was the boat with no one   iu  it;  so he lowued a boa: ,fnd searched for tlic  iiiissino ui.in, but   up  to the  pri'si'iit  time liiey   have  mil   found  the   both  him,  ItTpest pos-sil'lu intere.it  ol  No. ll and 7 miners, and top  lands played it draw ������t football on  Siitiirdii*, efeiiin^   hint,   uo   cuoro,  T. Iliekle iii'i'ivod liuuie on Sun-  day last by S. S,  Couiehiui.  Wilt Clinton ui'i'iveil by S. S,  (Viwieliuii on .Siuidny hut to spend  hu Knsler viieiition,  The intfdul coiite.t licld in Owe  Molhoilist Cbui'ttli last Wednefdii)  undvi' the luupit'es of ibe VV. O. T,  Captain lT( Wft(l ft vprydiicw^fiil nlT.iinuul  Seward will  be  Kll'i,l'>'   niisscd  bv I'Vci'viiiK" at I'uion Hav, as he  Dn you in'end to piireba-io it iit:W 15 iay  olo tlii*- ������*n*i*n? We ' have over Twnitv  D'irorcnt Modi In to uhonno from,  Ymir uttemiii n i,i ������������Heil to our rinven  Ui Ktmiiit'r, il  -pli'iidid lt!i-Kli"h Hio uli<,  So").    Coventry ThrtoSpeti't, only tJfiT.flu  Wi' ne I KngliHli, Canadian and Amtri-  cm Wheel* tnm 810 to $115,  OurM in the hi'St repair shop in Viottirii,  mill our worHiiwi ������ro ������ll *x|nrtKiitii,o  btmiiieHB.    het un ,ln *,enr ie|,iiirti ������.  Did wheels tuian on nnw oiib������. AkhiiI  wmitetl in unre|ii'������Heutuil tirtitory.  Write or mil on us at our now Hlore,  THOS. PLIMLEY,  CENTRAL OYOLE  DEI'Or,       j  1110 Oov't,, St., Oppoii'e Spoww'u!  ������*' OurBi������tho Pioneer Lioyelo Storo.  VICTORIA,       11. 0.  )hii.wiwii**i nin-rr ������������������   J-'OU SALK-Aiitoiiiobile in  jood tii'der, priceSloO.OO, Apply  m Iv. Abe, No I Juplowu.  Comox potatoes  choice tpudiryi  'in    Ashcrol't  potatoes   Ktipurior-1  quality snitublo  for ��������� wm\   t2J(e, at |  J . MoPiiee ik Sons.  l{.fJ.,JoJ.,{������^.,J-fJ..J.^,rlifi.,J.^-J"J-.J"'l.-*l������,ri''J������  t  Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER,   ������. C.  binger  Sewing  I Machines  For Sale  ?  --ON-  ���������T  i  T  2  r"5~>  lii^bly uppi'ccitUi'd  lll^c  men-  iy  ii.ie  number wlio iitli'iiiK'd ,   Mins   Mu\  was well kiMWii by all sbippink'  ljHtt>i W()��������� lhli ,ilvvl.  mi!tllU;  ,!,'���������  olbcrs who innl' part we I'M Mies  Wbi to, Mi mi lliiinlcii, Miss HiiiiIci.  and . Mi:* I'oitoi'. Miss Hi^ney,  Mi, I'lilniei'and Mr. ISowynr acted  us judjie..  \PknoTuner  Easy Terms |  Lever Urtiiliem, Toronto, will sciul ynti  free n cake of their fainniiK I'Ian to',  ttiilct Heap, if you incntinii this p;iin.i.  -AT THlv-  News Office, |  *H������^*H**f,*r'M*4"l''Iwl,^*M,*l*l,'H'i''4*  Public Notice-  he Right Price  Furniture Store  NewGoods���������WALL PAPER  LINOLEUMS  and  LACE CURTAINS  The Rij-ht Price  lfui'iiiture Store,  A. McKinuon  ���������*������ **������*���������*������������������������������**���������*������������������*������������������ +*etm>*m\ i  Mr, W.J, (lomd hu'-i arrived in tin- I'tMiici and  will be in Luuibc'iaml link  week. Tbosv w.tniinw their  piano or or^an 'lined in ti  iiv:>i't;i ,d ttiiinuer should  yet Mi. Ctuid to t!o it while  lie is in if,   Cha;<4' s model*  at''. Leave ivilv^ it   AlUVS.  !���������������������������������<>*><) C>i"< f> v v^l'>^*>-*>4.0  ,. ... , < , i,        ���������     ,  ,\U',    ItliU    .111r.    .'iiiua,,    ,.,,.,t  .  Iioino tiy *,*, udiiffn,,^'.*. ou.tt.  F. Hii'liiii'dnoii.iif Aines, lloldeit  i^: Co. of Vuiieoiiver im'i.'t'd by  IV/ilaj'- hunt,  II Ib'ifb', of Naiiiiiniu, was in  town ln*.t. week,  Huteliinm'^s finni dark brown  thoroughbred Lt%dioi'ii.-. Muleliird  prize wrnnei' Viineoiiver Kxldb-  tion, 1'i'ieo #1.00 per Sfttiti}* ol  I'd i^gs.    S.   V.   Uob-.nli, C"ino\,  To l'Jropcrty Own-  crs anil Householders  of Cumheiiand:   Please take notice  that all ashes, rubbish  MAROCCHI BROS  \  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING V/ORKS  LOST A lady'ti gold Inel't" nnd  Iniin; ibe 1 x'k'-.t fontiiin** a plioio.  Kinder will phit**o .etuin suiiie to  i,in ofbi't*.  CiC,  iiuw }\\ni2 in rear  Whi'ti thn Air*!,'*,'. Flv  Dre-'t'Uio'.i;',;ts nn 1 then niori*  i)i'eatiiit������i.������,',H,,, .u.'l ,'.',ic',l will  the end be aud what v.ill tbey  nil be woith wi.in tin. fus* real  airship ri't's   triinnph.iiitiy Oi*  tav/ii Journal,  ��������� -���������  --  roll HALK A bai j" in fin-t  c'tt-p condition, fi,i* (utiiit r. r������*-*.  l-,������ keep ���������trt"'*������ b">o --li|������Ji.ii������|i- A  jui������p--������i.l fi'H fur iio e.mti. Aji, y  il N i. *> Oilice;  William Potter arrived lionii'  fi'iuii Nuiiaiiuo by Wi'dni'.silaj'V  botil.  -:   Rover Motor Cars   :-  Now nnd Uufirnntwecl Prom $600  ^^meweieme������me������mM9mweeewem^e9KeeweWmW^^nWei^ewtKetewemmm  TUeHc celcliratcd "ats are written down from twm  to   aiviv Iwdow cost lo niake room for lyu-y  ino-hls.  ot premises (which are  a menace to the public health) must be removed by and not later than April 15th,  1909.  Hy Order of tho  Medical Health 8  Offickk and  City Council.  At-ents for Union Urewing Company',s HK1CR and  PORTKH.      Wholesale DcaJcns in au tvtuus oi  Wines and Litpiors.  tf'V������ii;n(,,,i:  SECOND    STREET  U'1/fc-liR.t to.MIMItJM1*^^  .wrw'ww  ���������tW,*!'!**"** mwMi  OdlZiWSiWdQilCVftViQ&QQ    ���������Q������<K>t*M(tOClO������MftOMM  ESLARD TAILOR  8. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  : P Itnley Auto Company  Victoria.  IF V'M' WANT '".OOP  PRIXTINC. <".o TO Tliiv  N KWS. !*TUST-CLASS W< >U il  i  s  2  1m\W und Geiitlemcn's Suits Made to Order  frnrn S-**o tn 1*35    All Work Fir*! Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.

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