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Sev*sntk*ht������ Vka*������  ������y������|j��������� ^ *���������>-' -^ *���������������������������  CUMBERLAND B.,C.,, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, '908-         ��������� -ii'- ��������� ���������    '    *-��������� ���������      l====**=  Subscription ia.oo a Year.  *   ->,  *-. --?* ���������  ���������**���������  ' *������������������*  *o  **���������  Jmm  i  'f**r*ml*'^rw'!Wfl^!gl!f^!l!  ���������*  ��������� 5. * ; r   _-,.'!..  h ������������������������������������SM ' ������'*3**'-*  if������   a*** ���������*Ac-*r--*j  **************^*?^^t^,r!!*^j*T���������^B**i  ���������tf,   ������������5*>*   I  ���������*��������� -������������������M.ai'���������*>*. ���������������������������������������-- -a,,'  ^'*"'f  ��������� ���������*���������   U;,; *���������  ������-*,V *>.\ fr-rlfi  .���������*.. ,i    -.'*���������:?.',     3>f-   *s|  ��������� ���������: Jft   *���������-..!  .-'i    j^'.i,,:  **���������>-*'*> *If-J*'    >;"���������.*---.*,  *"**���������- ��������� 3 }*'.-������ '4 '��������� M-f *������  ,i.i--*Cl<-w      ���������/   '-iv**'-';    "    X V. ������ *-'f."(v     It ( (.;.f* '  I E)re������.:'GbocrS.! 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If ������e Aatre rf. rf������ new  rSiinwi^t^^-i'^*  MEN'S LADIES and* CHILDREN'S  600^ & SHOES  V'';* VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES,  Orocenes (1*^-^ *-'.! * * - - 30 ������ay* urocenp  Special attention #wtf to the Quality of our. Goods.  '���������   , *-|������*a������������*������**������������������*���������������������*������~*������  CAMPBELI5 BftO������*.,   ^���������"^ *������'  f  IMaaiafii  Mow-ia The Tirtte,  OUtiWork male NEW  THE CUMBBgLAtJD PAINT WORKS  House Painting1_t^iw' Hanging,   Sign vVriting sand'  BUGGY jgAiHTlNG,. a Specialty.  Best of Materfal sn������ WorkmAnimip.  -ti'  WQRKS, GOURTEN A Y, B. 0. next McPhee** Store.  HERA PER and %ARK1NS0N,   Proprietors.  mehoed's Neoi Store.  emeemmm^keea^km>k\^kmeaeeemeememmmmeemmm^^  We are setting nicely settled in  onr new jffietnises and have put in a  fine line of  *-. '  '   -x*' 'ty -e  Latest  e  '���������'-.tf  ��������� t  In Hats,  In Clothing,  In Boots*Shoes  Yonr inspection invited.  I      Nl     riol   FO-Tl     ���������DM������������nirA?tnM,;'  ������*t*  England has made an alliance  "with tliis new *#bfld power.-* but  this alliance and and all other  treaties or compacts of an Euras-  iaTTColn*)lcx"io"n'^aii"n,rever~en--  dure. They 'ca������ at best possess  all the elements of expediency.  They Can never possess all the  eieinentb of permaueu.ee or Jsta-  bility. It is impossible; it is  i ti practicable, Nay more, it is  uuuatural..,. As,.iNdividuals the  races  do-uot'and never will as-  8'l������jate-v?' ��������� .'a'-i: y -. :;_���������:.:.-:'.  OrAnKtrypung* Briton*  Celebrate*  VAUDIQTORY.  Mr, Ti Lcemnn is thel winner  '"; ; ti otthfe Dinner''Set.1 -*  *   -><��������� ><������������������ * -  ���������**���������      *"**     *<.>  the'Magnet Cash Store lead* tlicm all.  T.   Ea   Bate  4y Magnet Cash Store <>  WWvWvtftv^vtm WWtWWvtvtWvIM  '">.,  500  l.���������.*,  ���������PM  :$a^^Vrf.^iliPtial,i *New Spring  :������ g.rf  Wm.Sloan'A Warnlnafa  t *, ,������* i  on Haud,to Select from  Call and leave your Meuuro for  " for ���������foul'Salt J/:. ���������'  -*',.,  ',*  htm.  ' A ieW S*Mtg������ j gi-Aij -to war _"  gniU of the unie well-known Brand-  iNSr^mioN    INVITED  hli work At No.7 mine. He wat  _^ I riding on tht trip which wa������ ������oni.  ������HIIMtt11ltlliilitttT*tTT^*T^,*^*^^^I   ing up Uie elope end limped off  to put the top* on the bu-it-wbool  when hl������ foot ���������lipped causing him  to (all underneath me et Use load*  ed cars whieh result**!  in  the  vt  Stddatl. Tbe T������He^   I  Haa opened Btuine* Its MoLeod't Store,  WBDDINOr  On Frlday'cvonlng, April 8rd a  Urge minilier of friendi gathered  nt the home of Mr. and Mra. Jno.  Ftaser* at Happy  Valley, when  their daughter,  Mi������ Margaret ,1.  Fraier was united i������ marriage to  Mr. Edgar Getter.    Jliw Slastil  Hoyt acted a* hrldestnald, while  the groom was supported' by his  brother,   Mr. A. Curler, of Van  Anda.   TU bride was given away  by her father wid the eeretnony  was performed by tho U������v. lh 8*  Hastings. Tho happy conple were  the NolpltnU of many  valuable  and oseful  pretenti. ������������������* After tlte  wedding ceremony  refreshments  were served. Mr. arid Mw. Ctrtw  will reside at Van Anda wl*ere  they will be followed  by Ui������ heat  witites ot ihvir limn) litciitli,  We regret that space ������i)l '^]  permit ua to publish the Hit of  wedding presents till next Itiue;  The W nwi extends eongratitla  ��������������� ^.tir^J^.wu^     xiw AU R.J Um. (mn which  Mr. Frank Bradley smtaiiied a ^ exptct much, la a bond draw  severe injury on Friday while at ing together the outpotti tf tht  British dominions. It narrows  to a slender thread in the defiles  of the Rockies. Guard well,  then, the west; Ml it with peo-  pie who witi be loyal to our ideals of national Hfe,   Guard well  Wc are just roundlug off the  first century oi British dominion  on the northwest coast of Amer  lea    In that brief space of time  thru the indifference  of states*  mnnship,  wo have lost areas of  territory and coast line both on  the south and north of what we  now nold: and my firm con vie*  tion Is In view of past history  and present conditions, thot un*  less there is a complete reversal  of policy, time, will sec our pres*  ent possessions of British Columbia from the Rocky Mountains  westward to. the Pacific Ocean be  come a colony, and ultimately a  ���������Ktsscssion, of a united orient.  On Wednesday evening, the  Orange Young Britains celebrated their -second auniversaiy, by  a banquet followed by a most en  joyable dance. The City Hall  was beautifully decorated, with  the flags of of our country, for  tho occasion. About one huu*  died aud twenty were present,  including the Mayor and aldermen. The Orange Young Britains orchestra snpplied music  for the occasion, and are to be  congratulated ou their efficiency.  This issue of the Nxws ii published by the nW purciiasers, who  took possession.* on* April 1st.  ~^iT"p^ingr_from/the5 ediiSHair-  Hold the present   opportunity   ia'  taken to thank those who have ex-  tended snch liberal support, financially and otherwise.--  It is hbpett  that the eftovtt put 'forward to sat-  iefy the growing patronage of the '  paper have not beeu in vain; and*  that duties to the paper elided   it  is   trusted that in tins es^es of inj*  ma'ijr.rhey have lf������������n..W������IJ don-a,/-  Thfe new tn������n*^^^t*rvr Ul en*'  douhtedly succeed in.giving tu the  inutty supporters of the Nkws a  (food woolly paper,, aud that thuy  may pros] er will ta the wish o������  their niaiiy friends.  J. A. 'iWw.  -I  v  i  r.   .  NOTICE.  Having disposed of my interest  in the CviTBSKLANrA Haws, all  accouuts owing said busi'uesi tt������  aud including March 81, WK  ure payable to um; Also m\\ w������  counts against said -busitiess to  that date should   be rendered  to  J. A, BivTES.  me.  Citpt, Freeman camo upon Frl*'  day's train,  ' ������������������  J. T, Lidslono roturnod Friday  Irom a btiiiuess trip to Vftiicou-  Mr, A. Qessford Ib in town and  is the guest of his brother Mr. R.  Oessford.  Master Wilt Clinton is homo  for his holidays;' also Master L  Motincc,  ' We are pleased to learn that  Superintendent F. Little, has been  improving so well that he was  able to return to V lotoria by the  tug Tilot on tSumJay muruiug,  Judge llnrrimui was in town  this week.  TENDERS will be reoeiwd for  the shingling of the old hospital  buildings up to May 1st. Tbe lowest or any tender uot ueoessaritf/  accepted. Address Seo'y of Hospital Board, Cumberland           t<< i ijaniai  Mr. T, E. Banks has taktin over,  tlic undertaking and picture framing business or J. IX, Collins.     :  LIBERAL MEKTfW(*~A  meeting ot the Liberal Association  will lie held on the 8th inst,, at  the taw office of P. PbilHpps Ksr.  ���������flson* A full AttendAnee ie ro>  quested, V. Fhfllfppi Harrison,  Secretary, L. A.  ������������������������ - 'i ��������� ������������������'���������������������������  Hr,Ja������aeMoon,oble< atewAite. tit  mMmer^WaYlHaftAn*) left Stintlav-mora-  (na on the 'Mot* far VMetla. Hast  ���������'Jim** bsa teen ruoaluf to Uniow*  Bafhetas ������ut4eia4������twt> ef MmoX SMa*f>  ot whom were At tbe *������bart to wjr sdW#  and wish bin luok wherever hi ijom.  breaking of his leg Above ihe the strategic poiUtofl. which il  We site pleased to noto tho extra grant of #1,000 to the Cumh  erland & Comox Hospital through  the efforts of R. Grant, 11. F, P.  The Hospitsl Board very much  Appreciate it,   ���������������������������������        TEN DKUB will be received for  stumping, clearing, plowing Md  harrowing of hospital gronnds,  All tenders to be in by tut first of  May. The tuwest or auy touuW  not neosasarlly owjepted.  IfMMMMMMMMMtMMM   'well as can be ex pert H  tht knee.   He was tektn twtka loto������ly of Domlnioit. but oi JJJJT"Jg TlFoanitAl Board. KXrSJSsi-d  hotpltal and at pt^ssnt I. doing A%me^. ' cAJZ *      P %|& eTu^^SS���������  The Dominion Oeveramsei laritait>  SUaa������������* Kwtrel.Oapt KeweMsa, afrltaf  At thawhArf for tmeUt ooal, Friday alfhi  at B.P.Msufl left en Ratenlay at I.T.H,  ferVaaeenvir  '  ������ . i. ui,  sbtineb et Ctutherlaed sporte -iwlttl  UolwHarH-^Uayett^Wle witaesy  tUUteeUIUatM wbiobvas lOppoisS'  te-telMtMaetlielwewUM Ot>a������otleMi  aad tTaios n^^ttboliHoA esssefa sal'  thepne wee nel eteyei Urreete Vmm  ^������J^~J.*t^Sl.A  r������mtW������+rtC<m*hma eoU feetftM*  ~ te leHreni  Hmpi  ���������M  '���������*>-������  ���������i'* 'THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  rs:  Tbe Gaiaberland Hews  Issued Every  Tuesday by the  Comox  &   Cumberland  Pub iahing Company;  TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1908,  ft  .>>  sATwcisr-EnL  c    davis,  Hotel  J" .    V--  *fe       .-���������������������������, 'ii^���������. ������f  Ktigli.h 4 i BURTON atwaya on Up      alio, the famotie MILWAUKRR  ,     BKRRVAuhet'Mr. Rt-hemia-*, Kt-h'tta. *ic.      "Ol,D ORKY BKAKD"  - |   <��������� SWITCH WHISKY.'- .    Beet/V/iraee ���������u.d'LsiqubwIof'Wkliitl'B;-      -  Xtta Hoarding and l^vlglng I) partmw**,- enHtr the ������sri-*>������*rtie������e *up-<*intandeboe of Mi.  Devta, will b* loas.d Pint elaa* la eeery reapeet..-  CHANGE m^XJMWFj^ B ���������.'."' ~..r:.~?.f7;, :..^:r     '.. $1 * per day upward. -  ���������'������������������> ��������� .-.. .     ���������.,^   ilspiiaait S Hanalmo .-JLy  s On March 31 st inst, the N ews  :'. uudsfweut a change of owner-  ;' strip,, passing into-the* hands of.  the Comox & Cumberland Pub-  lishing Company, Mr. J. A,Bates,  \ former editor and proprietor hav-  :- ing sold out his iuterest therein.  ' *    "''*       *���������..  TO THE PUBLIC.  ,; We solicit your subscription to  the ClMBl'HLAND NjjWS' a week  ly journal, published in the city  ol Cumberland   apd;: having   a  . subs'autiial circulati-ou through  various-parts of Bi itish Columbia  This journal will contain  in-  i formation and news concerning  .the..greatjComox.agricultural dis  trict;"-and places *of importance.  We also beg to draw your at  tuition to the fact thst we , conduct oue of  the   best   equipped  j* 'bbing plants oii!lie"Iiiauanm^  are-prepared; at' reasonable rates  to do first class printing of even  description, from a lady's visit  ing card, an up-to-date nu-iut or  programme to a mammoth poster, Legal.stationery a specially.  Mail orders will receive  pninpt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cumbkrland  WbmsuYng Co.  It ia better to die ulone by  the waysidv, covered with the  sea s of a dozen fighta, tliau to  endure a coddled old age with  an uumurked skin,  The ideal world in a world iull  cfs'.tcuuO'us dreamers, of meu  nud women eager for life, of en*  thusiaatic egoists. For th*** man  who,rvalue* tho possibilities of  Innuelf realises, also, the important c of his neighbor. He may  light -with him ou otcai-iou, but  tlic potential struggle. ni'wessi.  U*t.s icitpoct aud makes possible  mutual regard nud mutual con-  tidetation.<���������Sydney D.uk.  Try Us for *%  Litioleums, Wall Frijx'r, Mati-nj*,' Blank.-ts, B'ifitls,  'Comforters-.Curtains, Bpdr<-o������i SuiU>i������, Morn-* Chairs  Kxtcnnton Tshh-s r.n������l ������1| kinds of Fiii-uitum.-  T*-h per cent Discount for Cash fo������* b-lance of rmnth,  ������������������ '  '. ��������� j,,*'    -*������������������������   u      i  u., I au. _.������i ���������    *. * ������������������  v  J, H. COLLINS,        Cumberland.  Comm-������nci**fr *t *t pna* p'tt'ttt'il ������t  the nortb������,"aBt corner of TixobtT Lr.esO  No, 47 en tho-bank of vCa-mpt*ell River,  tboitje e due jmu* h 77.18 ,**$*hM, moI* or  1* (-Troth-*, ���������n-ti-t'-t-^it't 'iBornw offaeidf  n*-*mVr 1>**<M*K 47-i*t*4*Qa*p****Ri*f>J  mm  ��������� ���������I  s. 5. "Oity ^of Niariaimb.  ���������^jcro������ix.---co*tkcoac     -RO-axaB  -.at!  from\MctiM'i������JJTti������������^aTr--������a������'*!i. fo*  ��������� Nanaimo, - calling?, at Crofter.   Kuper  and Thetis,. ItUnds when* fre.jht   ot  j, pa!tsetiBeV������i������if-jc.* \}-AT ;  Leaves N.n.-t.tno   Wednsday, y ������.- m  fur Union Hay Comox .and wav port*  Leave* Comox s Thursday   j a. m.', fot  Union D.ty N.tn������iiii6'>ii'd way: ports.  ,e.\ve<; N.*nrtimo   Friday,  y a.  m!; for  Union Bay. Cotna**, *nd  way ports,  <.ei-**-e������ Comox  S^turdny,    7   a.ro.j   for  N������n������imo and vj,-*y ports.  ��������� J    -.*������������������."   *'  ' 't ���������������   *        - r  ->iils from Nnnattno Saturda), 2 p.m., for  Vici<>ru.   ' '      ���������     ���������'       *   . ���������  lt������EJI  BEEi  ���������������  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Unio:  ���������5-  Drink  U   B. C Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  Vhen In Courtenay May  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery contertlt-n'-e to* {-tittitti.  Tbe 0<nttftl Hot<l for Sporteraen  Nona but the Uesi ol Wine** and  ljiquor-  tt the l<rtr.  RATES Ft BASON \BLR  John -J.hnston,'    Pro.  T>.Hunden  c  H'  O  1  G  F.  S  T  Candy  -ASD  Fruits  in season at  I). HUNDEN'S'  SfOTIC-S  Hiding on hiouiutiiivuH nml   railway can ol  the  Union  fUilllery  C.iiipany by any pernor. Ait per*  ������������������um-except rainoraw-.ii ittricily  pro) JMted,   Binployeta, tn ������ul������*  Ih I* (luminal for >l!oi' *g nan,*  By ord������(r  r������*AK'lft 0   IjT-m  Mi'tia^uT,  ������������������ *re*a������*a*aa-HafeMita*a*a*Mata  M������roccl)i Bros,  E3 Jii. !������C US lEcli S  ������t*W*������*rW'*������tt*^^  JjUKAl). Caa������P ami Pif������ fi-lW-0*  ad daily to any pari of CUy,  wMmnf** MMWwr? *iw#xMr#r#  (Jiwerien  w^wwm  CONTRACTOR,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  will tab- Contracts to clear' lanci  ut  wood,   dig dilchrs, or an**,  .arge tontnu't.  rui*������. ato  >>>**<a-**aMaa>aa  l  MaV  60 to  JOHN McLKODS  FOH KiltHTtU.AMrt  t!AM������Y, rilKlTH,  intUlt* *   TOHAi.-W-"*  Prioe Veaaonable, arid  _ Sa.tiafaotion. Ouarrtntead.  Dominion  Hotel  Victoria, B. C.  Th������ Katfa ani Lower than other  firnt.claw hoteia, with" Accoiuo.  dation Superior to many.  Ifoouit* w id or witlou  bath,  American Plan   ������1.5U   lo 92.50.  p>?r day.  1 urtipenn Plan,   Hoouu only,  5D in V1.G0, jior ������h*>  Free Hns, /��������� '  STEPHEN  JONBS  ieil  In! il   I   t   * ������������������  ������   '   ������  ������   '  ������   f.tl.it-l Imia  i  '���������I'TTI'I '���������MMl,'l^,'l,*r1l,*|rlMlrl"l'ITI   '  ���������'STAR' *  Livery  A3STID  Teaming  1 am prcpired   tu-  f wrnish Stylish Hik������  and do 1 e;imiq>; at  M'.-.twrmbte rates.  JOHN BRYUtN  CUMaMkLANU  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  POR BOYS        ������������������  . ne laurels,        Belcher Street  Victoria B. C.  I'ewoa antl Vialtm,  ill   I OKU |i|*JlH������|' nr t-OLUMUU.  Vor   HIRK.       AM.   OHDBR  J  ^1-KOMI'TI.V  AilKNDKIi   I' \,  MMHMBi  AMCOUVER -.NANAIMO - LADY  S*sHTH   ROTJTB.  S. 8.     "OOAN."  .S������il������- irom   V.tnaniver for :N.inain*o  laily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.    !   **  ���������*ri*(U*n Retterre, ������h**K*>d*t(e welit 8m  cits.tn,*^Mtc*du*   tiBtib.fJI   *W(ni,i|  -thtnie* due  eart*- fio tl*t������ne   (o   plae*f?  of   eon>m*ino',m*'nt.  .  O������t������0 IbteSrd day of Fbru-*ry.lSW  *-��������� '  J.   WBBBBK.   B....?JCl������l.At*������at.  NOTICE ie h������tf*b** (tlTen theft thirty  daj/������   after dM������i t intend to apply! to  r>oepect f������r eoel and. ptirol������>t>i& an-djir,  the followlnr dtaribed land* ei'-aaW  m Bay ward DUt lot, Brltiab Oo'unb'a;  Oommenaint'at.-a.poat. plKoted on  tbe bank ot^CaiijpbeJlg Btvaf abia-l������  rhaixHaatt-irombiamth- at the  QuiJoeern' Bi***r, th oncrxiaVnorth ������0  ������haine, thtcae* due ***������et 80 ebaiaii  theneedue ������outb W ���������kaittie. tbenee due  ttaet SO obainato ptaee ot-eommeaee  'linen*!. S ^ j jj   I' \    *"������ 4\ \  Mi da* o^FwruaryiJS*!  OXfTIA* rallrff^A>  -��������� ��������� -��������� - M<t^.g, iPjrltetj^tiat.^,,  NOTDCB lit tf������r*by al-rea tbat thirty  days -after de'%IU\iej*d t*tapp,*f.to  Ib't Honorable Cbi>f CemraiaeioMr' it  Xcnde anid Wotrtre for a* LUeeiae \e  proepeet ter coal ������nd patToleam uadar  tbetoliowlci d>.Mribed lan'di eltuate  in 8ayv/ard Diat i������t. Britiah Co'umbia;  Comm������net\*'.������t a poet patfted' at.  the north-*aet corner Of Timber Leaae  Do. 48,tb*(ace Ua*. north > S<1 chain*,  ttianee due weat* 80>kaina. th������nee due  emttb 5-t ehn\na. vbiojeedue ttfst fit  chaiua to place of ���������***ennMttcement.r  Dated Wa 3rd day of Jfibruary.1908  W.    H.   ������MOOBE,  E.   Prleet, Afent.  the Hanorabln Chief Commiaa'on&x of  Lande and Werka for a Li������enae to  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the foreshore and nnd������r tbe wat-������ron  the Ian**** In ani oppoai^e N-wcastle  Di*trj*t and described aa follow a.  Commenein't at a poat pt.nted on  the *fa boaoh at tha north-woet eor-  ner-*������f Bastion SA. N-awe������**tU Diet,  riet, thenee due north 40 ehains.  thenee duo out 80 abaine, tb'nee due  aanth SO ebaina more or" leea to  biffb water mark oo aoa aea beaeh,  thenee * we*rt������r4y.^|o*������*, JaelAjgAdMlJIti&L  ta plaiee of cWmeneemenTif--^^*  Dated' (hia 80th d*y of Japwary,  rnent. -1 i,  Dated .tble  SaiIs from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  VANCOUVEJR-NANAIMO - COM*. 3;  UmlON.  'S. S. Queen CiLy" (C *e.R.)  Leave V*uo t������v������r, Sunday, 7 t������m    At  iv*! ������t Nju.'iuio, S������nd4y, 11 y, ������������������,   :  Le. ve. Nduaimu AI mtlay,  3 a. ui.   A1 ���������  - vea at, Uut������u, Alouilay, 11 ������. ui.    Airivi  ~Coui"Jir'M"*cd**,yrl~priu. ���������^���������.  L'i*������e Couiux, Monila.), 7 i������. rn.   Ar,i*i'  ii Uuiuti, MmiiUy, 8 p. in.  L ***  Uuiou, Tu*-.da>, 5 a. m.    Arri*  v iNi������uiiiin', Tut.di), at tl.30u. m.  -   L-* .re-t N .u������ituo, Tu- atlty, a', i p, u,.  Atrtv- ai Van ouvitr, lne day, at, 6 p.m.  C'lltui* iti W-.y F...t* >*.ti������u frt.ig.lic aau  ^Aitamigert * ttcr.  riMR TARLK  KFFKOT1VK  Oct������������b*r    l?t, 1907  K^ltTrl BOUNO~R td   1W  ^WIM^SPJf^^^  IMS.  ���������-v     ���������'^:'- *��������� *������������������'*��������� ^^'^v*.-Hint).  NOlIOBIa berebyglten that thJ������t������  daya 'after date I intend Ho apply te  jtbe*H^ora-bKChW Oe%nieeioner of  fLtfoaJi /ai|a|^o^^������.Lioe������>ae tb  pfeepeet for ooal'and petroleum under  tbe foreehore and tinder the water oa  tbe landa in and oppoaita Mewc&.tl*--  Uiatriet *and deeorlbtd ae follow*. ������  #t a poet,, planted e>  t theW*        '  tbe aeati ba if b it the borth-w������at eeiif*  Her of-SeetroallA, Nt>*J>a������tlge Dltt-  rlet, tbenee due north 80 ebaint.  Ibenlbe'dU'eH^reat--S0ebalnav,fnore or  lea* to hlch wa������er mark on eef  beaeh, ,th.r>o������,, e*������uth-eae^arly, along  aald eea beaeh to plaee of eommen*  eenaenf. ^  Dated thle, SOtbday of January,  isee. < i    ���������,..-.. *' - "'  NOTICE ia hereby Riven tbat thirty  daya 1 after date I intond (to apfly to  the Honorable Qbiaf Cemmiaiion-er of  Laju4> and  Wart* tor   a  Llc*n|**..,to  -"*-*^* 7;-   ..������.��������� --.   -   ���������    i*ra-i. -vnenee aue  eaer. bii crut di,    incnci  B. M, YARWOOO,   *   *���������  ,B.. Prteet, A������en,t;-  NOTIOE ia' hbrvby srivin tbat thirty  daya after'date I intend to ajply,,Jo  tbeiletnorableCheif Commiaaioner *pft  Lelada and .'Worka for/ a Liconae*-to  proapectfor.ebaland petroleum under  the foreehore and under the water on  Ike tosda In. and oppocite Newoa������.tl������  Diattlet and deacribei aa follow*.,  Commenoiug at a poet plinted^bn  tbe eea betoh at tbe aouth'tiaat odr  ner of 8eot)ou S, Nelson Dia,trlet,  thenee due eaet 80 chaL na,    thence  Stationa.        ''  -���������.'.^���������.-',  Victoria,  IUi������������������|i,  Sbawnlgan,  it  OebWe Hill,  Dowiohan,  Kokiilah,  Uuoeaa'i,  toinenei,  Werthelwe,  tliiernainni,  l.iityiniith,  Seatli WtUiegton,  Sinetnio,  ���������V.|lin������tua,  ^aaaeuffei  Traiue  D������tJy  ' :"N������.'X  De. 9JVI  0 04  10 7  10 112 -���������;'  10,40  10.48  .10 n  11,00  11.1*7  11.IH  It 52  14 W-  li.,18  12..1U  the foH'owiag drieribed landa Situate  i������ Say ward Diet-lot. Britiah Colombia*  Commeneiiig ������t > jpioat p'anted at  tV nort h ������*aet ooriiier ot Timber I<*mc  No. 48, ihenca) due "-/eat 60 ebaina,  th������nee du*.' south 74 ehaltte/ tbenee due  ������aat 80 ebaina, tbenee due north  74-ebaina t-o place of o6*mmeneement.  DateH 'thie 3rd day of February ,1908  JJZBA   COOK.  ���������: -"'^^~7TTB.--������rt������i*'t-Aa������nUL4  ''*"*'������   ^. ( ye((������a-a*a-aa*aVa}aaaeaT*t������  NOTICE ia Ttftrfby -jiven that thirty  daya tatter *d**,te-Iintend toepply to  lb..Hiinox-ib!*Chief Commiieiouer lot  Land* and Wplka l>r .iList-ftaeto'  vruBpeel for ctal t*iid~ pttTol>um under,  thr lollowirn* otee-nbed landa el uate  in fltyw.rd.Di8t iet. Bi it'eh 06'timb a;  * Oommeneina; at a poet pltntel ou  tbe batik 01 ih% Quitieam, Ui\eriat tha  60th p?rail 1 of* E������ 1 ������\ude , near tbu  aoulh-teil- ������orh������'r', pt Timber Leaae  No, 48, ..t'.onoa* d������������ uonh SOcbatiitf,  tb^neaduo'waii. se>halna.*tli*iirw due  aoutbSO ah'tuB, tb noedueeaat 80  ebaina topiaee-uf ���������otnraeuieiiK.n ,  Dated lu.ajjd ������������y ot F.nbru*.ry.lt08  MAIUA   WANE .'PltlBS'u,  -' ���������' ' *'    J ,,���������"','"  AKVU ���������  i liJOTICR le Jier-byelven ibat thirty  dap   after date I Uite'd   toa^ply 10  lb* HonoVtb*iOhi>f Ooii,iii������fioii������r   of  Landa   an������ **//!erka for a Lle-mm to  proepeet tor.eoal ������nd p������trol*um under  the foltewintf ,t-aonteit lauda ai uate  In Buy ward out in. BilllihCoumVa;  C'-mmancl n at a  pt.at p a*nt������d it  about one mile -weet (ou the 60th patella! of  Latitude) from the Quiniam  Hirer, tbt������ee due  werrt  alonn  eatS  COtb parallel of  LatUu'A80 ebaliMic  ^ to the weetern boundary of .Timber  10.6S Leaae No. 4S, thenee due north alerif  due north 80 chaiwe, tbtnee da a  weet 80 ohaina; tbe-noe du-e couth  22 obalna more or l'-ae to h gh w������.  ter mark on a������a beaoh theiro*  aoutberly along oalli-ja '''-Voatl^o  place-of ��������� ecanmenoameoiltv t ��������� X'  Dated tbia 50th day of January,  ltW������. "^ ,  C. .VAN   HQUTBN,    '  B.  Pr4e'at.'A������,n|,  4.  i-  8un,l*t  Wed.  Sat  %. S  Df. 16 00  16 04  -' I6.lt  ���������'���������:��������� 16 IS  16 SO  10 41  !M7  It ***  17,'A  17 n  I7���������6������  18.16  S.S0  Aria.63   Ar 18 4ft  SOUTH BOUND--Read Up  Viotoria,  Rtl������lt,|a,  HHawnlf.Ji,  ���������1  Co I,M. Hill,  Oeolehta,  Hok.iUh,  lla������*ean'������,  "ntnenei,  '' ! Wetlht'lwe,  J J   Uaamaiim*.  I'*  Ltilyitnith,  <*  Sttatti W.ll rtjiton,  Natta'Die,  '���������V.I lu|t������n,  No. 3  Ar. llUtl  12 02  10 61  10.48  10 40  10.16  10 OS  10 tyt  9 47  S.17  D". 11.00  Ar. S60  8,U8  8. IB  De 8,00,  No,. 4  IS 66  aald w.itirn boundary of Timber Lme  No. 48, 81 eheiu* ,��������� bone* nue tai( Kf  ehalni, tlwiiee due. eoutb 80 ahaiM,  to plaei of eommeneement,  ���������fcated thle 8rd dby of rebnury.1008  LOUISA COOK,    B.   PrWat.Airan',.  mm**<*^"'+> .  ���������<������ 1  NOTICE le hereby slrairthat thirty  d*ryljal*������r date 1 Intend to apply to  tht* Honor*l-tle 0W<|! Oomt^tielotfer of  Landa and .Worki forTA .Lleitfie'to  ������������������> OD ���������a.r0,.l,1!*t<tf ���������0"' ���������������������������"��������� P������trolium under  in ������i ttteiollowlnc tH-ioribed landa *\ uate  tJsi'hiJBaywjtrdDItt iH.BrltlihOo'umbai  7 so t0o������-**������ne(fif at a -poet planted at  li'S th*i*������JHW*������������i���������*'LeulSaCoek'a  17 oa !|)p *!t,y���������*������'tf Preapaetlos IU*i# on  1 01  ���������������mht* ^M* 8������, 48, tl.tuiee duo north  IS S5 tM*������.-i������������joatb14 ebaina, tbauat due  i6*aa "���������A������#*������������*������������>t.  D������, 15 f&  Ar IS! 48  15 87  16 16  i Stable ii  ;; Hayman tS. Maxwell * I ��������������������������������� ^ r**>'* ov������ rmi ami ,.e.,,e, "?' ' Odreoa?.rl P.tri  - Prurfilnra' ; J ! '������������* ������M^U ,.*d ������������f.|,.lf rema p^r mil.,   g, ff*i& w-j"!^^  " iropru,toi>. ,    |(     hjiecul irama 4ml Mcamen for F.������<ur   tba landa iu ant oppoi'.ta  Dated thu 8rd day o< *rabruuy,l������08  THOMAS   fiARDY,      r  ^,,J-l*Prt������*t.A*������nl,.i  tliu Honorable Ohlif Oommieelotfer et  Lloetiit to  troltum under  th������ w*ter on  - F.x*j;ur   tea landa |u ant oppoi'.ti N*wiiitl*  fa-rfauc-i'fb*.      . r^., ,v...,    ���������������   ,on'������"' ,fn������rt!* ������������������������'*��������� fof p*tt\it may, *J������������trl������t and da*Brlbni ae followa.  I hAn.rhR!2' ."*������..! ^\S.V. ��������� ���������������������������"���������l.wl f'M ������������" *PP'ieati������ii ������o the��������� ^Co������������n������w������������S ������t a poat phntei on  ^i?r,ar-,SVHVJt.!i!ii t  <*������ l'.H.A*r.m������v!Lk i^Ctft^^a^SssS1 -^SStlrtS-  lite CtiiTip������nv rc*ei</e* tha rlijht to lh"*M���������duee%at 60 etttioa, thane* due  >:hamie without nrevtmii fliiii������,������'e.������rrteri ;*?uf'' w ahaina, lh������uae rlua wait SO  ���������ailini* date* amhinurt til tailing. ������ {onaltte more or l*a*toh!fb *yit������r  Kvnireinti 1 trket������ 0* Sale fr������m and to w*rl* ���������������, ae������ baieb llunee nor'.berl'  tll.Siaitr.nt.giviitlnrintng J'*nrney mi- * *��������� *"* *** *,",'"n hi t,,,*Ml ������' *w  ������iJ4j tn*i .iumhy, Kiun.'r.L n������>i tjin, ,J!??*1m*"t' .1. . , ,  hanMnn.<*������ . ' irjtjf' y *   */*������**a^.  ���������JOHN SUHftRR,  It, Urtoat. Ageat.  j3i*tt������.-dil8l*i'!  J*HHilllllH'IMllll������|.  j**������ ainimmaien  WArtTkW-Abeut   tm   ������������raa *eieai>  .'  \-wt,   '-'''*   ���������"���������  wtttnii!   *nrm,'> tt  m*.-*! I.* al'a**i*d ie a* to it on ilia  ���������A ������.a|    r *���������*    vi !���������*>���������- Ir  * v  i W, TROUP, dam, Sep, B C. Ceee������ See  0. L OOUUTNRV, DU1 frt, A l.ia. Af,  ilea* U������f*  iv*. uim*. viwi, *4. a., oxr������mo.  NOTICK  w  r*.**) daye after  wet**r.    State p Le. Will pay iinl' [JJJ'VXm  vrt-e.or-.Uhip.opmy | proepeet far ������eal and ��������� ifrelVun'-aBeair H--.��������� ���������r^*"  ������   11 nai.,i 1   1 .-..���������.. ,. 1 .mmmwmm*.-,,  th<totlo*Aiui e*weerlbod latada ei-eata %T l}*** ���������* ������������������������������������ app-^.t* MiwUML  , NOTICEUh������r������by-Ufa. that thirty ���������"���������Tward pi������t.l������t,l'rltlahCe,.r.b a; WHiln and daiarloett ae fellew*,  daya   altar datetUtend to*pp'y te     Oomnt ������e|.������t et a pat P eetad ������������������������*'* ^WMPW'-lf ���������\ * -W ������.���������������������������������*  *L- mh������M������ oaat aormre: tiatbirLaaa " **? *������������������ ***** **** ���������������������������������������������������>#*/������  1*^. 4������. tbenee due weet 44 eb.'aa! SV*??^  ������ ���������������������*������������������������ *, ������**#a������T*o  ee������oituttebabae.tbeuQ<*<Iua ���������WKt(<,**> tb-nee am oau S*- ���������hal������e,  NOTICKIa b.robyBiT������thatUhirty  daya < after date I Intend toapptjoto  the ttotno-fable Chief; OommiMUitaAr^f  Landa - aud W orle for a tie^oee^to  proepeet for coal anT'pttroleum un-dor  tbe foreehore'and under the w* ter 00  tbe landa in and oppoaita Neweaetle  I Dietriot and. deaer.lb-*d ee followX.  Oommeneln^ ai*a\poat planted on  tbe  aeja   bediob^atjf0{e, nartb-weet  thenee due eaat" 8S: eba*n*> *t*>������������������������������  ooruer  of ^ee������ttJ|���������*' *f;: Nelaon   D.et-  due-couth  II ehalni'^m-ore -or', leea  to high' water mark* oo:*a*abea*b  thenee  noytb-weat along  aald aea  beaeh to  plaoa* ot eornmfha*n-4*i>t.  Dated tbla JOtb d<y oK*JahU*.ry,  lwie.'   .   .^'".- ^ru  -    .  ^yM.BEVERlDGB,  afrprUat.Ateu*.  NOTICKIa hbrVby iltron tbat thirty  day* after-date I Intend to apply vo  tha BdaoraW* Chief Commtiaiot>er ol  ���������uautta and Worke for oLleetiaa to  the toreebore ai)S under the water on  tbe landa'" In and'oppoaUe ..Naleon  Dl.triet and Se.erlbW'aV'followa.  Commenaiufi at a poet pliuted on  tbo aoa baaoh at ttte eeutb-eaet  eorner of Let S ,Nolaon Datrlet  tbenoe ee*k 60 ahalua, thenee duo  HUtb SO efaalni tbttuee du������| w������*et  If ehaena mora or.|������e������ to blih water mart on eeebeiab thenee ut-nb  If aloni aaid eea beaoh to pfaee ef  oKtamuioeaeat, I  l*������ted tbla Slat day ot January  -ia^j VyLA ^'sya'jfa  . ������������������  JTTOX,      :'   .  )  ������. Trtaat, Af������nl.  NOTIOB ia Heribj"f iron tbat thirty  daya after date I latem! toa#ily te  tb������ilwora>ble*Obait'0'Ma)*aiia|[������uer or  Lauda aad W erka ter a Uaafiao te  proepeet for eoal and petroleum under  tbe foreehore and under tba water00  the lertdt iu and oppoaita Neweaetle  the landi f -rln Md*eppoalta    Nelet-n  Blatrlat ,i#4\jbWM a' MW*<  tbo. tea boeab aT tbe nerth-fiaet  eorbir of* Utrt*S,-Nelaon DUtrlet.  tkepSe due oaat 10eha*j*.i,thea*.ee due <  aeutb 10 ebalsa^ thiu������f du# went  16 ehiioe mere or hia to hltt wat*  er marK en, aoa aaa beaeh, raenaa  uarth.rly aloof eald 1 ae* baaeb   to  plaaa ol  aommeneement.     .1  Dated tbttf Slat dap ef January,  ��������� &������$a*X&9\ HILBBBT,*  B,  Prieet, A>������t.  a*i*a**aMaa������������������a������������aaa������������������������������������ii   him i hi a     ffV,   mm  NOTIOB le h>r*byfl**en that thirty  oay a . af tar data t Intend te ttpiy te  lite Hoaara*>iaiJhlat Oommiaeliuer ef  Lauda and W.orSa ler a bt*beo to  gruepeet tor aoal and pttroleutn under  the loreeUore andt uu<e������r the w.t., wt  tha! land* au aad oppoSU* ( Nelaon  Uiitna. and deeiribtu al ioUon*.  , Oommanatus at a poat plaited on  tbo 1*1 t������aW at tM-n-iHb.eeet  eornir of Lot tl, Nation Dietrtai,  \it>uoa u������t *���������������*��������� f9 <*b*inlfthttMtie  dtia ettnth SS rbairn, tnanan ttue  wttt SS ebalue aaore et taae io ie*  lh water aairk on aea bea*h.tbanee  nortborly along aald aaa SSaeoi te  plaao of aotauBenoeMotai.  ida  tmaby <���������!���������/���������. tba������ thirty >���������������!ward pi>til>t,BritlahCe,������niba; w,!!iLn *������������������������*��������� ���������������������������������'������*������ ae fo  datetUtend to**pp'y te Oomai ������e|.������t at a pat fawled ������*^^-*W������|| ��������������� * P������������ P������  lie ���������!**���������. Vh.������.     ., ���������ise    .r  ot tea eoutb oaat own-ire. tiotbirUaaa ***Y ***��������� >i,*���������l n*ir *���������*���������'  LeiMe end W-������rVefor a  Mama* to *���������*��������� 4������.tbene<Mu# weet 4iehj.net."S?1"^   ���������* ���������������������*������������������������  ������.  ������*  *..l.'-tk..k������-n.^i...���������^a..U^-   yre$e<et ter teat M trfrel-om under ������baWe#������l������ei������oit|������a0eUab������a. tbeuet due J*-Jl*i l,,*M, l","^1 '���������* *MI,,*  ZTniUSiStlwf?1^                   iboMiowin** t..������ii*od landaelioot. ���������������'������0ei,ain., tbaute doe aouth le ***������������������������ rtl*������ ������*'h ���������* ���������������'"��������� .'���������"���������������*  ^UaUa������etlioeofQVM.������i4o.oS<*o������   |.PaywatdI. 1 I   .l>f|ttehO*eiaMas ���������halnet-.plawofo^wfiloafaaot^      ���������*������������������ w*������������     ��������������� ���������������������������������������������������������   *hw������^    St*  Ooiaar*-������ ������      1     i*ott pleated ai  th* ������wtl.w   1   n������ r of Campbol  tote* InUa ������ it ���������*   *���������     lb*������wo Ma,  Pf*H>wn w>nai������ao*������tta**rMoi>be|Mr* oouth IS0.1 I. * < -.  | in e taaror "  Me-iwete Uraaa i,*r b,*r*tere.   , Sua  D������t������4 tb*lidd ������of V.bta.ry.lSM *���������*������������������ *> ������M������*   ��������������� * et    Ua*    to  ItOV   I'KIRST.  B.   Fr***t. Apeaf.  nitf**watei m r* oi aea bea ���������*, etee-  taeiarly a\>e4 a������U set ioaao to  pUoe ���������( eotBMten oanottt   '  ������������������e.i,ont i*ei������������,������., .a****...*. r^*itt*- Uat to lU '!. tl. "r." " ������'u4r'ef tif iii ^ N������WICB Iff^rfer-by trWe-i t hat thirty     Doled tbu MD d t ot Janoiiy,  l:������������������nle ���������}��������� ���������*���������������������.    r^Ma-oefoeitiio tbeteoe d������o** .*   0 U.i������e,then-edue   **?��������� ***** *��������������������� *^������****** t������i#pi to ������00B.  ted  *U������1 IV ItUKADMAiriBB  O. BB1PBL.  B.  lr*a*t Af*en'.  eoutb BS ohabia  * - ne* dno eo-rSS ���������������*��������� H������t������*r,fe. QM t Cooimt'etavir  of  et.1   ittiMti*       a   aettthteeha.eu  wwUm.il  Wot a for* a  L*r*������i������e *to  too  ���������**- eatot e ohor-e tavawd'o W������ei**tl������.rtool^ted p*trol utwuit*-or  lerjbe,   hv oCp K.fl|.t. ^���������'���������^"'V LT'iCL !?k& J ti!     ������OTlCB> her hf flwilkat Ibltly  UoNoo.i.e. tbfi*e������w e. a ua. aod In-  **������oywei������j |H������t M.BrM*eb������^o o .ibot ttt   oft*-. daul4aW������t**l 4*appy to  proepeet for ooal and Mtroleafe uadar  tlt������ ferfahere,ae1 oadar th-"w-torv������  tba lead,    tn an1 t**Prit>-������ Nelaon  'DlttHot met daatrihtd oa tel'jiwa,  Cununeuiutf p + prnt pl<nted oo  the aoa bo-������rt* ������t tho o*nb-*eet  eorner ef  bet tl, Nt4aoo.rAetr.et,  tlnooa doo oaM.Sl ehaloe, t> (M-dttf  ������nhi ������ ahitai, th^i*' fie mm  ���������*4^ a>*>fe W4-M to iwh wet.  er ttnark- tM *M ������������������^av>*)i*v o**ntb*i  ������f aloue a ������ 0*0 h ae* to fttee ef  vxanaeeno Ok.kta  mtodtbu   S at d y W JoM.ry,  J. DAV1 a**,  B.   I'rwtAiii.  I 1/
0  0
BeiJtiHng Sti&T
and Xxperlence.
i   "v.- ���.*:
.^^.**to>reo-,'alwayi haa
,;r        -^li^-A^^^lBf--
eaer 2�� Ia a Suceeea.     ..'.,���'
"9   ____ '
^-frbi'ttaor^augar and moiaaaea for
^���MtUe'and'hpwe fe��dinii le gaining in
popularity. "Lowe-In- many aiurovean
have been changed exempt-1
product* from t*x*t*on��whep
��jf**Jare 'td'-be uaad for feeding pur-j
Whon recently.��in ParU, our,
attanUpo .waa called to oeVtalk tacu
bo InUreetiag to .our readere.
jbti c��im*>a4)*j^;tbe ^&eh
liaa,- eiat, fO.OOO horses, and
**Kaa �����,��
S   rtl^*i<tjt,.
i *j ,-> ^��,
nixed tu tnan'a cloaeat animal
B^��*^i*fek%��*�� ��*<>
fue man Over lived wbo tyAnfy
\sW��"lal>YparUcul*r Intel
- man wbo raises or htutdiia'���__,__, ��� _���.���,.,-,.,,
much alike, for Wj>w>MaNJ;WPhroken l*y* ^r.anntiin^f wol &-!
-:-.b4fare "the* c**o;|x> usojtosL ^^^'J^^^-l*0**^^. 't&m^&W&S*'
The proper breaking of. a colt, eaye   wenTi** a-measure due'to "aome' faulty.
John Buckler, nbo haa charge of the   combination' of the daily ratlona.     , |
llf!��<a&ck bt the rowve-cwrlmebtjata,'* QIn IWl-.^O-Si^oxperinieiiu/werOi
t!6nf-determine In \ki*\\\&1$*AW "made. the* tie kilogram,of aour maab
ture uaefulneaa of tbe b-^rae. am" no man   that baa hitherto been' died being aub7
who hu dealt iVh^eyan-^tw^Unileui *U^utwl by-'anlaii^netaolasaea com-
difflcultiea In their management  Will, *l"��*^lon.   The reaulia obulued   were
deny that there la mueli room for-im-| encouraging beyond tho moat sanguine
provemont In that line.    Bvery  day, oxpectatlona. and In 1902 tbo number
brlnga fresh Illustration* of improper, of broken iega waa only 70.
breaking:-' Ual^in'VwWag'oa inan-ii ,10 waa concluded that: the, extreme .$$*]
..drove down to the experiment etatloa   fragility of the animate' bony atructure^
��,.... ��� ..:'.->���.......    --.wt^ due to' tneabaenceoT th*r requisite $
mineral elementa In their ratlona. $;
There appear- to be ample medical au- g
thiorlty for "aoaerting that heary con-|j
sunken of sugar, In cases of bone frae- ���
���*T\HE "Sign of the Slate," hung in front of
���*.  any Shoe Store is sure testimony to four
-#pi*.-*�� *Ji
* significant facts. ��� .**    . '    ,    -/   * ;.
,1st���that store is the most reliable iii that
t��4own or it couldn't get the  agency for "The
Slater Shoe."
* '" 2nd���that it pays its bills promptly, in cash
Jevery thirty days, or it couldn't hold r"Thp.
Slater Shoe" Agency. \ .'
3d���that it is satisfied with a reasonable
tinjer* of augar, in ci
"barn; driving: a tbort-e' that bad'been
handled for more than two yeara that
bad not beeni.Uurhuto.backj-'TbWtla.
only one of many similar cues.
JBesldetMhp ipsa-?* rf-su-Itipg Jrom'lm-
proper; brealiJnW WiWsir.i8evfot tabllara
are lost to the farmers every- year by
eelllnp-horaes that hate not been properly fitter! for sale. -      *"\    -
In breaking, tbe flb'^thlpir to bejeon-
rldered Ir the nat&re'of th%n*o'i-M.-The
disposition* of no two hofMrire exact-\"1*50 "frame of augar. the cost of which
ly alike-There* la aitojaJKrea't dlfferr   le aoon eovered by the leaser perlodjt
ence lit   the. draft  temperament   and, needed for tbe .complete healing of the if*
those morYMrhl>'*wed:Wh as'trotting" bony tissue.���Sugar Beet.
and f*03ch horses, the former requiring - - ���-__________
nuich  Ipse preparatory handling,than'
the Utt-Kf*   \ *������*���>*> ^-.*-'"-v'j��� . , <.    j    j , .   ,,       ....
After,^-vmjir clw-Jv the dlspoMtloa _.,_,   ..-.���,,.,-..-,.   �����,,��� w-nvy
of th, rr,T f^r,eVt F}t-r) Is to halter.'THE  MOLTING" OF  POULTRY
���nr! In t!-.-  ���*�� w**ll at* all other period*
tunj.; jfjll hrecover ;mofe ;,riipldly than K
when that artfcle'of luxury la eaten in''**
moderation. In aome hospitals, oa-f,
tienta that are laid upwlth compound,',
fractures b'f'lega.of arms recelre in ad-.p
dldon to-tb'eir*'regular food allowance;!
of the hr��
the person In chart?-? ���
....J** J-j*!-*-.*****.**. -S**- ��^'*W***r  H*-S/
*e   patlerce.     The   colt
��<>��1^B4* Id lb**^t1^to;^rpe>$n*^y^;to
^till. preferably one-wlthrt around,
Jnoor. �������� th|r^^lf,b��^dWeror1jfil
.jplnar.    Now,  wltb  halter/to which Is '*?
a* much
^������ r ,��n ip tecs you' are no* aoln'r to
"froeoaa 'Wu Hastened ��� Sueceae-lully
.-��., bj, ahe'-Bxperta atlOhode Iobtnd
'**��*�� ^- ^<**^*Py<ffWWl-10^��i. �������  ��� *.
|An ^Intef^etlpg dl^u-slon le now go- "
Ig b*n--amon'g poultry raiser* as   to
the poealblilty of butenjng the molt- -';
It baa hot' been believed
ing of fowls,
that ���jthy 'method except- a stoadyl-feed .
^"'well-balanced    rations   woultS* do-1
this.'   There la an   impression, however, that even this does not always
hasten' the desired period, as th��) epg
hcrt v.irri you can umally put the hslter
o-v wtt'-out ,nv trouble.  Kow. pretum-
fil* rolt to*tie /we tbat- will, pull      , ,    k
Xon the Ittttrr. tj/e the too��i��,eTid of the l��>'Jns'poriod of the summer is
^trope nnd pn.a l^throiieh ajiple InUh*>(*.*-'?*'*��� ���J"***1**'-  "V tha  high   feeding,
" thus pushing the    period    of   molt-
one   conceived   the < Idea
starving the ton Is long enci'jjth   to
nop the production of e**is and alter-
ward so feeding-that-tbe  fnrmailon
of new fealhera ��ould   be bi-|*if{i,    It
.. was,reported that great results %e'.-e
 ,+oVtWed ^Jtn'tb'liT ihAtnod.**��tt��*doo.
��oon aa he fives tip pull'lne po to hlmfnot appeal to reason vtry mucn.   tut
and earesa hirrl," and bv #o r*oln-> give tne ''ttle *xperlrocntlng that baa been
"��' ^j  '"'"��� ������;i��riani*:n a',o*j|i- |p.tn�� | ;."������*,*���r  �������������"
S^rw'^p.arotiT-d-i poet r��f*��V het-wee**.!. ��� pu,?**r
X��v"' J**** I"'"?. *iro*in'd the elrth and tfe'T'"** 8o"-o
iThe'tvIt <-> now tied bv br*m hee,t mntt  ot starving
hlnv-ta, tindfjrmand..-.th��t *;}T|*ii are "hia  **one t0 discover  what tbtraMa In It
f��i*��d. HtS|e��Wel| to leave5 ftl-m tied for h"; ��!����>   i��*aultn j^^j^e,
eom�� little-time, after whleb he may
be led.
l^adlnr Is,a very i.mpprtant part.   *
horse welt broken tn lead la more
tn-ttve. *,���,.!*��� to handle nnd.wlll ct.,
mand a hlt-her price in the maWet ihl
on* that |a not.   In ,*alnlnt* to lead,
wars teach the coll to walk beside yi
,tu*n\ never allow him to follow aim
behind   *( fa' often rtone,   This r��n ._,
done hv ta'-trr ���* whin In the left bardf
** Wiabteti^nMp*, ���ttrt ���atotfyj^irfg.
Arter helne well trained to walk betlda
B....V, you; encourage* hlra-totrot; ��� *" ���* "���*"
..        .'.,,- "*i I    I f',1 I   Imp     I ll    |    . ..y.    .        .   .,
Preventing Seoure la ttftk
hai' given   teaulti
method.   At the Rluifje
" Jilinjiseap*
ment station lMt^y|*tf4*Jo"*>!'i'*'/tbat
*VMm*M��*>rffiiWaf of.   feed
^of!'Auiu��t and^Vere made
.^W-./^by,^" Anally
HhSifSfi.JOS/Uiajeventh day,,
litbothfrtefnth day
^.���fctfd the fowl.
given fodt-'nllttleat a time,
^ghly^trpSOn0u��,pBtura,   in
'''"^^taW-^-^ysa'TOn In
���^iK*f>f��thir��. and wlth-
i from*fbat'tffrib'th>*mo|tln��,��'
w��a< eotioludad and the.bent, began to
lay., ^Thla.eiMrlment wa* made with
Rfiode'I.landRW*; WHethor the re-
ulU can be obtained .always la yet
^>.profitortg6cr4s or it wouldn't be selling "The Slater Shoe,"
4th*f|t|��f�� it   sincerely intends  to, give  the  best   value
fjQssiblc,-| aridfto deal "squarely" with its customers  every
I  ;time, or| it|wouldn't have signed such a contract as must be
|*\$e<i* fo ferfrol .M The Slater Shod." v. p
Whether you buy *Slater Shoes or not, a
safe place  to trade   is  at the   store
where swings "The  Sign o�� the
Slate" ��� for the four reason! given. ,*
The genuine Stater Shoe has the
slate frame brand
stampedi with the
Makers* price   ($4X)0
or $5.00) on the lining.
For Sale by
and bar
to remo;
Ufth a acreanj
hulls wbleh*
bs lt
if -" ����������� ,r   **���   . * '���- ".*   *��
abould bepiaoed.lina low. Uou<"lj-Ja a- ���-*���- ������n^Mol'Mnro of Good Hay,
'WftWK*^ whir
tbey are reidji tt wean; Wh.ri ��� the*11|,|/aip,BiingItricly on the way in
should brput l-ij^JarsajBaa, *m^m wWMnH, Borne bay tbitH,
l!!lan4*fc��^'l^^I!liiK: Sl#^�� IVom ai��|| ��|t  jgte and curat)
away from their dame toed warm naw -r^t- i�� w.i.h�� ���tnrin>  the winter.
& Co., Limited.
^^ilrJS -Iffni^^aT -����'������"��� &*���.**���** ����>�� atorwd In
.fVWJf"8 ��J!��.f^ condition It* ��� ll
ling of shorts lu ft, Intreufng \%T ^mThatanni\mlthaMhiAwMa mr
quantity eub day tinUI about m$!^Tm\im^
conaiiteney of thin porridge. A good ,J!25 2m?52lo?la noiilfi ?I��
way li to mn a quart*<* oil meal wl..vJgyM^;fl L! Tli* ton.
eaoh barrel of feed and hare a box in SSaJL^SeSS ��r molstura .*?,
tha^broar of each |iSn w^nt4lBlt-*4t 2��rSSS t2^ thti^otSSJi 5��r^n*I
wood aahaa. charcoal and gum, r^T"1 L^ tt fhk^ w7ll Jntal
aad .ulpU��r.-Ilura. Worid. ^ j^tfl^ffuTllUTlS
" "���  ���������'��� ���*.!>'��� i ���*    ��� ��� ,   *       alaheee ""**';-;*-- -it;   .*..i- .���,������,'.������
tHM-lll-HliHIIIIH-HH* *""*���
. SNAP.   y
No, io SliBrplettTtiTxijarCream
Separator,'lur s'eaiu, also 2%
H6m Power llojler to drive a*p*
MMiur, ail conttecdouM ami huh-
iieings otNaplei**.. liyt*t> tittup
brand naw* rtjUilnr (trice fain
will sell for 1175 g'tot (Malt, .toil
TIMlfl \*r very U��efu1 ior co.i"klii[T.Oolng
MKIAlHto*it of btjsifrw *renaoti for above
low prioe,      R. 1��\ Andkrson
*i' A J*r��**     <   v^JUMCttllS, U. t?.
\������      . ***"      ...,���,-.,   ���*,.*% * .���
���^T   ..-    . **** ***- .r*-***���.   ... TTL*
Notiee ia bar.-by.g v��n Ibat So. daya
itfer del* I lnt**nd to apply ��*��� ��l��e
Poiiowi-bea) CSitf Commlaaloner     tl
Ua4a aad Wot be for.a leeee of   l ha
fot*M��are oppMite the weet  aide of
���TkmioeM at ani SS. IIVnMin l*l��nd.
tMM ttrfw ffmf -Jay of FetHmarw.-SS
H  ��fl NfKH'AHT,  Agent
0^ew\   ���
a Reliable Local
Salesman... a-   ->
For ���GumbeWknd
,c -and adjoining country V t
to re.;cesent
*'   ��'-*w
*.S 4s * *
Tfees grown on limestone
ure tho right trees for JJritiah Columbia planting; much' hardier aud
and longer lived than Coast tree's.
���Wtis hnvn \thpi*i'",tlieni tht* rjcrltt:
', :Z6 noil   *;.l-*. *
A r.��:,i Mt*b,.r. Bittfition to rij^t
partyi Territory" reserVfe-J} *p*ay
weekly.    Free outfit.
"Whie for Particulars?
������������-.      %.
JNuraerieB,* \ |
Licensed by ii. C. (.lovoniincut.
rOROliT(>- * - :a 'Ai! OJSrTARlO
. ������-...,.���.,. ,***��.,.,**��� wv.-v.,.. .-:���
Barrister and Sollcltc r
Fine Line of the
.Notary iPubllc '
Onmberlantt    B. 0.
���O  VBAR6'
B. C
Tnang Uame
Anyone aondlng e iketch and 4N-*rt-*ti��i ���*������
euteklr *an*r-.alii oar eiMnlon free wkeUtat.aa
tn-raxiuoii la prohabl*' PalaujfjtD
tion* atrlfli* raoadmillaJ. MAm)l.r
tent, fraa. Uliteat atiency forMtarlt
raunte tatttn .tfiroof k Munn '
tan la probabl
llrteat aite*
 altan .toruaaa  .	
tmttUUamut, wit hoot eaarie, la the
Scientific Jfncrkas.
A hanlKimalr UltiatraHtH wMklr. hanak efc>
anlatton nt anraawtiuaeintmtal  Tanni.Ha
Jaar: tour month*, ft. Bota e>in newMMlere,
When in Gnmbei land
STAt  ST THE.. ....
im   in, t'oNVKairirpa roa (iiavta.
Kins ol Scotch Whiskies
^ee*ew ...'���        . , ^...^^-. ^_i^_^Mju^^^MM_
rua Bin is Suifuat) wirw
Best Liquors and Cifjart
iiajii   ' i'ia***��*a*a*a1*a*)aT******a**a**a*^^
-fiataVa CotaattRoot
'iaje^^ia'��aa�� ew   ^wewwe^avem   **T*��a*j*"**wi��ar
., -.iy.-������?s,'H��-i��..'
O;- /���-*���'
Soto AvjeniH fur .*i u
; *�� fft)' i   \ ' ������*'* .    ; ��� :'-
*"^ / il**>-f ���   '    r   ' - ,' '-fie
a '���   '   v*  *        ���* -     ' ' ^ '.   ' *' */
' *M��     <7)
Wmi-cIsspk Isatr fft jeweller, VJ
i> ���.V*/        ':��
������"**.��' * ,*��� * ��     "" -,
At Stoddart* the  Jeweler
You have a Lrarff* Stook to Sioloet From.
1 Cut Glass, Sterling SHverl
are the right goods for wedding gifts.
At  the Sunday School  Conven-
tioh.on tho Responsibilities
of  the  Sunday  School
* Teacher, by the Rev
D. MeGUlivioy.
PadHe Coast (town
Seeds, Plants Tv-twa,
Where ore yoa goiae-7 I am going to) the Cma��i .Conoperatiye Meat
Market, where I can get a Nice, Tender, Juicy Roast ot Moat: No Bone.
Comox Co-operative Society,
R. Webster. Manager.
Sportsmens Goods
} &ud*
| General Hardware
Methodist Ch'trch���subject ot
sermon   next   Sunday   evening;
���'Where ia God.
Two young men were received
into member-ship in tha* Methodist,
Cuurch Sunday evening.
 :���e> '���
Don't forget tba   Oddfellows?
ooncjort tn he given in Cumberland Hall, on April 27th. A
good programme in being prepur-
�����d,     ���'
- *��� ������� '������ '  ���*
;   Holdcn at Cumberland.
\. ���'
-Iti the matter of the estate of
James Reese, deceased. Notice
is -hereby given Puasuant to the
Trustees' and Executors' Act to
to all creditors of the estate to
deliver to tiie undersigned before
the 15th day of May, 1908. full
dartlculars uf claims, verified by
statutary declaration.. A tier
such-datenhe-adininistrator will
proceed to distribute the assets,
according to law. Aud further
take notice that all dobu due the
said estate must be paid forthwith,
���lihited this rst day of April, 1908
Post Office Buflding,Cumberland
SttJicitpr. for the executor
aud. extxuiwx.
We have just receiyed the* news
of Mr.   Ab flront having   met
with an  accident   while   at  hi
work on Mouday.
Mr. lint no Mrllado ii busy dig*
'tying'up his garden and getting it
i]i r��hap��\ j^pr<'��>i?<,<-* to Iw mon*
���artistic thai|a*ter thin year.
*},: mat sia���i aaa. 1 ������!������
>���Sow those. stenciled mats, on))
a each. New slock nf linoh'*
niins arrived to-day at the furniture store.-*-.1. II, Collins.
Holdcn at Cumberland,
Notiie lo h*r-by (*.��*��� that So daya
���after data I tnteorl to apply ta tba
-SoaoMbfo Chief Coannlsoloiier et
las-ads aad Work* tor a tleeaoe it
grossest (or aoa) aad petroleum ond
er ttio following lattda;-
No. l-Oommenelttg ait a poat mark
*ad itutfa-waat aornir of Claim No. 1
i|ikaead about IS ebalui wait from
aeutfeaaaat aaroer af aeetloo IS Den*
�����*o Iiliad, tbenei ruaalng fiat SO
���caelai, tbtaee aortb 10 ���httloi, tbiaoe
���wan 10 abaioi, tbeoM aotitlt Mobiles
-tt ptiot af NmnaMaraoaM.
Oatad thii ttad day tf Pearuary.'OO
ft> tics ta hmby gino tbat Sotoys
ai\ar data I latftod tt apply to tba
���iftmrVble Chief Commiitlouer ���(
iModa aad Worke for a lieeuee He
*>*i��a**-.et for Mil enrf *t��trel��iim uud
er the following lauds-.
Ne.t-CoBfueoeiog at a poat aaark*
����l atutbtait eorn*r ol alalia No- t,
jilaeed aktei to afcaloa wtat from tbt
aautbtaat atraar tt Seetlon M, Deu-
**��*��� Ulead ruitalat weet SS ehetaa,
Henee aortb SO tbtioMbeatt east St
���ejaaine, teeaae loatb SO ebaina tt
4tte paint tf atmmaaaemtnt.
���feted till ttad day of rebruary.'OS
Nttlee to tortty glveo * Set So dayt
artier data 1 *>atr*��*t to sppiy to the
fJoatSeei* Chief CemmlMfen tf
Leeda aad Wetkt fir a lleeaae *tt
eemetat ter eeei aad petrtletiaa uad
et tbo HHowtat toads.*
N*\ e-^eeweteetm teem a feet asst
��d at eaeeta+memtt eeteet el foot*
to* it, ItwMta* Meeai rneeiee. taat
���tO abaiat, tatfil It stslflf, wait SS
-twine, aowtH H tkalaa,
n tbti*u to tee eeUt et
��itti tbaa Itod day ot F��brtiary,-SS
vi    ��� MPmXrtj*fkft keert
In the matteu *>f the estate of
Jung Ling. Chung, deceased.
Notice i�� hewly given puisnaut
to the Trustees and Executor-.'
Act to rll creditors of the estate
to beliwr to the uNdersigned be-
Tore the 15th day of May, 1908,
lull pai'iicuhtrr* of claims, verified
by staiutorp declaration. After
���itch such dale the administrator
will jfKH'ewl to distribute the as*
acta according 10 law. Aud further take notice that all debts
due the said estate must he. paid
Dated this tst day of April 1908
P. Piiaui-m Harrison,
Post Office Duldiiig. Cumberland,
Solicitor for the Admluiitrator.
We regret to chronicle the
death of J as, Wilton, of Victoria
late Sanitary Inspector, aud brother of Major Wilson, the hero
of Zlobaii*** in tbe Zulu war; also
father of Kobt. Wilsou. electrician for the Wellingto Collier}*
<3o., end fellow townsman of
1.   Punctuality, as to time:  It
is very important that the teaohfer
should l*e always in his place 6n
time; in front of his class   to wel-
ctnne it with hip smile and to en
courage and cheer it on '.by , hi,*)
pteeence, \yi the devotional excrcit1
e8 and work of the school.     If he
drags the class will drag and the
whole school injuriously effected.
2   Regularity as to attendanee:
One great beiititit to  the entire
school, as well as to hie own class
is the example   of   the 8m'day
School Teacher.*'  steady, attend,
ance. ' It is of inest-iinoidie bless,
ing to the world that the light  of
the ��ui* which falls 11 p->n it.ttp soft
ly and sweetly, as  uot to disturb
an infant's   sliun.tt-ers, comes also
steadily day after day and year-after year.    Were the light of the
sun to be absent from.tftir .world
for a single day, who cjsn conceive
of the treinitidouri cnthh and ��� tlis-
truction which would follow? } So
it is necessary, if the t-encher is to
exert his  proper influence upon
his class an'* the   School, that his
attendance week after week be* uninterrupted, u 11 broken   and steady
like Ihe t-nnlight.    In. the olden
days of th'TudlowcalulleMlw-slen-'
der light, if sternly, gave light to
all in tho Imiisse-aitd--viiabled him
who sat by the table on  which it
Htood to   read, w,it,h' tolerable ease,
but, sometimes it happened^ that a
-foreign substance got itrtorthe oil
nnd catisetl the light to-lMcoino.in
termittcnt, somt-titues bright ami
some times.dark, its luck.o��steadiness rendered; it almost uselaM to*
the reader. Sir also the teaollttPthiU
_u im'^iiltir in tlt��   In*hit of Ills at
teiidnticc; loinetimeB jirt'scub and
AO'tiutiiUfis   absentt   out Sabbath
in the sclmol and the next out of
it,wlio-i*j light is only intermittent,
cannot bo suid  to  be letting his
light so shine as to herretit ami
bloss to the tho utmost those committed to his churgo, nnd lead
them to gloTify their Father in
heaven.    Whan it   may   becoine
really necessary for the teacher.to
he absent he should  feel hlm*a)lf,
under obligation to provide a substitute teacher, and oo save the
Hioii and crowding of the classui,
8,   1'reparation: Thorough hoii
est, cousoionttous preparation,  of
for the F!arn, <Qardoa, Lawn or
. .��� Cenaerratory j
Reliable, approted Tarietiea,. at roaaon
;���/' ;;;:V^to'|iaTaiaa%
No Boi*t*r��, NoScale, NoFnini
gation tO;*damage. Stock.
Ho windy agoata to anteoy yoa.
Ruy dii-ectaad get treoa and aaeda thut
will GROW
Vehicles, Implements,
Incubators, Etc., Etc.
Fertilisers, BeeSuppleis^pray
Pumps, Spraying Material^ Cut
Flowers, etc. *0;
G*>��cnB*��naca> mmai -p. o^ Ad>
dreavt-JOlO W����^ia��*��ar Rea**.
For tke
! ��N t *
���Pl*kdakft��aTaraia Ma%mkm\
mni 11111>
Watworth-Rolston Go. H
H. S�� ROIiStOH,  Itenaging DiP��ctor.
Vaiaeouver. B�� C.   , _
S���� B. C. Bmdft, Agent, Cuiie^Mj'^nd.; e% C,
Funeraf Direc-I
I tor  and  Em-I
1 House Raiting and Ke-i
nc-wtna; tt Poundiatfona
Ciireflillw Attended to.
������"a- '     I*' 1     ������  ������ ���   ���a���., ��� 1   aa******  ������ i
Cumberland, B. C.
All Those Who COir<etnSriLte Taking
.>''������-      '���        ������> '   - -
International   GorrestKHidence
���...���. ������,���> . ,.�� ,,-���" , , ...,.
Scfto*^ Co-orse ;
���- Should Write Mr. Jratrrts P. &fcftli)|r*>, Bo��a*Si,
District Office, Nanaimo. 'All ComttitTm^tiews,
Promptly auwered^ '
M*r. McMillan comes to Cumberiand^ eydcy fe*
weeks, and stays at Uuibu* HotelV There ait-now
over 300 Students- in this District.
I 1 a ���iia��aaaa*aaaaa��.��a����a;a-����a��a*aaa��M^
���Moeo����+����eeo��e��e!����   s^i��tee��eeiimM>iS��>se
Aaeirni.   W��,4tlO,0(*e
!>���(*���. eiTe SHS.TW^JiJO
casket may be l>eautiful but is really vttlii able .only because of the
jewel -it contains. The casket ia
useful in jts place but what we
are after is the gold watch or diit-
mond ring within it. So the outward story and setting of tht
scriptures, so far as they go, but
it is the sparkling, spiritual gem.
the pearl of great price, which
they hold, that.we must ever seed;
and strive to obtain, and set forth
in all its attractive and savinf.'
power, before the class of immor*
tal souls, How earnest thu Savi-
our Himself was that thu children should be led up toHim wheu
Uis disciples would hinder the
parents who brought their   little
.    ������,    : ,-���;��� Mone>y Q-r-a-jyra*
��� , Rat-xs. '
S5 sod under, S Cents
Ovt*r   IS attd nnt exnertlinr flO-     tConta
Over |lt> and apt esovedlng |SU llTt'ei.t**             '
arorSSOanilnotexfieedi,, |fto iSCrnta
These Money Order** are payable wi-rai>i*T coot iu an;   Chattered
Bank in Caiiadu. ,..��..
interest Added Four Times a Year 'in Saviiiga-Ftank. '
A B.NETHERBY.   Ma*a����'
��>����������������������������� e��we ������#��������� ��4��eeeee��oieo��oiiMi��rse
Tba apioodiu Paril.eiwu etiflii***.
������eflTST 41734"
I***** BjOt^feisht, 1S'<ft. I-       '
'      l*��
See   rosters-  for Route tn liegln
a run. ardr um,
��� < '
B. CaAWKOkn, Courtenay.
���"���-*^a��taMaaa*Ma>>wv��Ha      mmmmm ��     '
Torma^r   939 Inauranoti
mt\utmW��t from mud, irohble '*$*W* ll\m>   "f w" ^
iUhtMchool from uiHchconfu- fill i.idigftatien ami snld^S.. -
far little children to come unto
and forbid them uot for of. such is
the kini/dnin of lieaVeii."8o to ev-
eau coiiaoiemiuua urwutinaiiw*!,   ui "       ... ..., *
WANTKD-O-eut'a see ond
haud bic>xle, cushion frame and
rnietrr   brrtlr*** nr*��ft��****<J*d.    State
price.    A.-dreas,   Bicycle,   this
LOST���Near Oonrtenty. one
nmhrells in cover.     Pinder will
please return to T ��� F. Hodsott or
to Comox bakery, Comox.
Tlm windows nf .the Haws hare
been wndergoirig sotoe faney toeeli
�� by the hand el tmr artiat. They
now present t very Dies appear
FOR 8A!.K-Tw* nfee rsnefi*
e*, 190 and 1A0 tertri, at Utile
Ao*l��sileB llroe., Gotnecs.
Bible lit order to; tea eh tho lesson
efficiently, Not on Suuilsy, but
day by dny during the week let
the lesion subjitct be carefully
studied, until Uttlo by little its
sparkling and sacred truthi imbue
and saturate the heart ami mind
of the teaelier And tho preparation is omdt, Immature and fruit
less when jt U only the outward
��tory or geography of the lesson
that Is learned, If this were all
then the geography ths hills and
vales and stream* of the holy land
mlpjit better be studied and learn*
*t\ In our -{Itthlie sehools. Tlietw
outward thing! are but the setting
In wbleh tiie a|Jritual truth is mi.
ca*wHl. All roads, we are told led
tn !r/��mi�� tbu mlrrbty tnwtrnrioHa
of the groat empire which Itore its
name.So also all io*Hpttir��ip*��{nUnd
lead to Christ, then great central
life and light Hence, onr Lord
lllmwlf wW, ������Sawrr-li tht ReHp*
tnres for they are they which test,
tfy of Mt." fb tiie teatdwr should
foarchth��*V* n -^ripuro to find
how it t***tif>-t -f 'brlatoad so
lend His'�����!��" p lb ghiteplo
(Ihrioi lltym.. ..��� osntrsl and
crowning ll-/.*' ����'l beatity. The
outward history only aapptii-a
the ailing in  wliieli Christ the
��*���������****�� 1 nam
f^LS'^mmmmmm ^ ^ to,t^Htwilgiw is ��oe*wele*l.   The to ym
tliou Me)1* "Feed tfy;Iambi."
And when we reflect thst the men
an<l women of the future genera*
tion are composed of the ehildreu
of the present, how earnest ought
we to be to mould and build up
oliriitian life and character, aud
to teach and train them in early
llfo in the way in which they
should go, so tbat when they
���some to the years! of manhood
and and woinanliood thoy wilt not
depart from it.
���������������>     ���
The following letter was received by L. W. Nunns Inviting
tenders for mail service between
Cumberland foal Office aud the
Wellington Colliery Co'a., Railway Station:
Sir:���I have to request yon to
be good enough to exhibit one of
the enclosed printed notices calling for tenders for conjreying the
moils between Cumberland Post
Office and Wellington Colliery
Co's., Railway Station in a coo*
���picuoee position in your office,
and post the others In ��nch 'tores
betels, blacksmith sboPs or other places in your neighourhood
aa pay bi most, likely to ensare
to Utetn thi greatest poatible
You wtU also bt good enough
to deliver one of tht printed
form-* of tender hcitwfth t-nrka*-
ed to any person who may apply
to yon for the aante, and if tht
1 a*** aaa*
IH nm >tVliffi YOU ttllSH.	
P��*naa7��0T Silt all IT A em\ XlmVTl*ffafiT%.
Privet tawm 990 to 940*
aaaaaa*   Mm
supply sent you is not sufficient
please ask for more. Should
yon have any remaining on hand
after tht 15th May please return
I them tome, together with the
notices invltlug tenders which
after the date just mentioned,
arc lo be taken down,
I��aU,,5lf, v
Your obedient servant, .
Poet Office Iniptetbr.
Evils of Sabstitofitm
Moe.no Br WHIojti thU
Ins 1-VoejilotMeayBb
The old aKiom "that tht inoft
sticks will be (oeM onder tht
best apple tree,'' ta��f be applid
aritbeven gvaattr troth ttltht
wldiinroaa nraTtttioa of awbatitn
T# PM'Wa*jpo,��tiaWg�� .jamwemwm^Jw   ^o?p    ew�� la-amfeajeo
ton now pfevaJHttg.    Tbt tnort
Mtttn on its reputation 8ub*
atitutt articles are always infer!*
or and yield a Urge profit to tht
dealer, many of whom for this
selnih reason persistently try to
foist them upon the public*;
Standard goods like tht Magk
Baking Powder, Gillatt'f Per**
A**wH T.wietrd ft(IM��*t ^ftaet**!
tf Tartar b**& Wvft \ s|li)l��g
mafk tor i^mtore, ��� The extensive matmtr ta��� wWeh tW havf
been edwettised -for yean, *eonnl*>
^.M   a^mmJiMfJA,   t)*mmmmte��  aW.*��*aThtBtaa*a*a*a*Al^aAaal      0MOW^aTfe��lat-.
to witn- tnttr recognisoo npeti'*,
ority and tht gnat itnd growing
demand tor them have tauwd
manafifihirtrs ofspnrlons aVtic.
labels wilhlbe heps el* sUaiiug
lh ���Mttttio' onitn*i^f^
fitwootttdb lahep is hot ont
St^tom.Wiiehtacrka%    Ri*
tmliit MnMM **** m #*
tinf whnt pf 'nlh-lw. it it ean
awnttattv It susjrwlt the dcaWc
rrnowntd tht artide tht g^rai>i>w|w*R0 mr\e*m to, atft. yon
the number of hnibiomt thm thlng t)��t ^ ^ ^ fm
will bt tonnd  endea\*o��lng to;|f4Wie MUerWe��et.�� t�� save.


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