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 r  ��������� * ,.><.  A Journal 0*v^t������d ^p-aairt^t^th-* Intmat* o# Coroox Diatrlot.  y  fkaNaws, SBVK^jBtB^H Year,  I.  CUMBERLAND B7d* TUESDAY,   JAN*.   5." 1908  -       >        '      *'        'V   Tt\*.v     t .  '     -T:  Subscription #2.00 a Yea**  rt**A*rt**i**i  iMMi^  The followlnfejare the Wianing  numbers   for the  Prizes  -given away at  r  -AT-  !  > - Our Annual* January   \  S*QOK-TAKI1J0  SALE  Commences Monday Uth inst  and will continue for THREE WEEKS' ONLY  :-.-.   -c- -- ;,x-  ��������� '���������**��������� - ������v  This . will, be a, great ...opportunity to save money, as all  SV- oufeWiute'r Stpck will bet cleared out: quite regardless  :iIa-"v    V-.   - -.,*������������������;.    U--'���������.,������'*���������.   '   .'  J ,   oico3t.'      ������������������ "      ,;;���������'��������� ,    * r  ��������� ���������. '-.  '  V "."'" '    A'WX        A>        ���������'���������'./ .  .|������JMQtt\ i^Ei^fe "9 C%r:M__  I'M  .../joUn.T.Iidiito'iWMwi1-  .*;^ *  *  ... . C-anaUrUnU������r������oh.  .V*.  THE >l������A0flEt  ISTO^E.  ������. ������^, .-i  ���������1 .:<-.w  ���������:  ;'������������������  1  B  ... ;Mn T. Ud-toue, llgri  4B    -1 x.   *v  Ddlili   H4o. 714  I  i-m:  f. E. BATE,  Cumberland  I  .������'.  FOR  NEW  ������'*���������'*'  AND  'S  ���������������������������?       *������������������.'>,.     .*-���������:>.,... : ���������'  THANKING  My many Customers for  their patronage during the  past year and solicit a  continuance of same for  1909.  Watch this Ad Next Week.  J. N. ilcLEOD,  Dunsmuir Avenue, OU MB EEL AND, B.C.  Sb^^^H"^^*1*^^^^^^  mwm���������m^mm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm���������mmmmmmm^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  P; PHlLUPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER. AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  ^& Ffi  ���������:-A HI  ���������. S-'l .  W*  -ft'? '���������  I.  Dunsmuir Avenue���������   CUMBERAND, B. C.=  t, -.'ii'"- ,\ 1  -���������.'' ������������������;.'  -������������  i:-.\*  h carry *th$ choicest selections  of Candy---Robertson's Chocolates  in^rj^ ani}, r lb fancy boxes**  Christie Brown Fancy Biscuits���������  Graham Wjafersr Soda Crackers, ^  Plum Pudding, Fruit Cakes, shipped to us direct from the factory,  '���������so that tey are crisp.and fresh.  ��������� 1     r      '',���������'.���������       *,* :,  XtocPHE^8c SONS,,  Dunsmuir Avetme   *' '��������� *"! Cumberland, B, C.  W  FOR MAYOR  TaTIlV ELECTORS:��������� . *,  ., At the request of a number of  ratepayers I'am a candidate for  the position of Mayor for 1909. lf  elected. I, will serve, you to tbe  beat of my ability, Jiaving served  in the Council three years as  Alderirtan. My record is before you  I will also see that law ,and order  is curried out, and the sewerage  system completed. v  I am yonrs faithfully  d. r, McDonald.  n**-  FOR   ALDERMEN  TO THE ELECTORS:���������    ,.  At the request ofva number of  ratepayers, lam a* candidate-- for  Alderman for 1909. If elected I  will serve jou to the best of any  ability. Your votes and influence  nre respectfully solicited. '���������  ' '*���������   I nm yours faithfully *  ALEXANDER CAMPBELL.  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  At tiie request of'a number of  ratepayers, lam a candidate for  Alderman tv 1909.: If elected I  willserre you to the best of my  ability" Your votes and influence  are respectfully "soliciteb  GlilEVE-McDONAliD ���������  A very pretty, wedding  toot  place in    St., George* s Praisby- . ,  terian Church, on NewYeWs'eve^  Rev. D.  McGillivray officiating;^,  when Mr. Edward J., Grieve, of'  Grantham, was united in,>narri  mif.- r>%  ter of Mr. aud  Mrs. D. r.  Donald, of this city.   Tbe bride ���������  was attired iu white not ovtr iTlk JM  TO THE ELECTORS:--  At the request of a numqer of  ratepayers, I am a candidate to with sequin yoke and training  Alderman for 1009. If elected I ������f ,a������ ���������* ��������������������������� ribbon Vidlet and  will serve yon to the beit ot my- >���������g������ blossoms and held ��������� beautf  lueuce 'l'* bouquet of roses, lillieS   an-J  To the Electors of the  City of Cumberland.  ���������  Save started business with a  good supply of Fresh "Fish.  Smoked Hfeh a SpeoUlty.  LADIES and GENTLEMEN :-  In reippiise to a'ntimber of tnx.  payers of the City ol Cumberland  asking me to become a candidate  for tho office of Mayor for the  City of Cumberland for ha y oar  1000, I have decided to stand  for th* poilttorii\,and Met ���������ollelt  your support and votes. In con-  sentlng U> twoonio ic candidate,, T  beg to state that I have no pewon-  al ends to aarve, or ambitions 0  satisfy. I did not seek the position, and if elected, ray chief am*  bltion will be to give the oity a  clean, aafe and progressive admin.  ��������� 1.. i". ,.       f ,,,, ,!l.. f il,* ("nn'I'r'Mp  al any nl't%imt, outt^/ialiiJii* celYutg  or teot, - f antsr the oontwt���������and  pwpoae tojvnialn so-untraniinelU  ed Hy any pledge beyond the puh.  tie ptwifC*t nia^t-wif* mm-wit**. 10  give Mr play aaa justlf* to ail,  fM m$ tke law shall be honestly  enforoed. -Hoping-for a generotie  support from tlw electors, I bave  the honor to be,',  Your orient servsnt  11 ti. KOBKICT80N  TO THE ELECTOR^:���������    ,  At the request of a number of  ratepayers, I am a candidate for  middle ward for Alderman for  1009. If electo<HI will 'WW you  to the best of my abjllty. Yonr  votes and Influonpe are respect-  fully solicited. V',  ; aiiJyoiJfifaith^lx ^"  J. N. MOLEOD.  i '?'������������������"���������>'>      .*���������������*>���������'       '4''.I.   \<V-  H, ���������   ' ���������; ���������"���������""��������� '  ���������������"'.ir.'.V/ "���������  abilitv; Your vote* and influence  are respectfully solicited.  I am yours faithfully  FRED HORWOOp.  TO THE j^KpTORS:-      ;  At the requert of ������������������ number of  ratepayers. 1 am a candidate loi*  Alderman for. 1000. If, elected 1  will serva you to the best ot my  .ability. Tour totes and influettoe  aro respectfully solicited.  k.        ruin'^WJifaltWuHy,.  JAMES REID.  ijfc*  TO THE ELECTOR8:-  At the requeit of a huinbor of  ratepayers, I am a candjldate' for  Alderman for 1900. If elected I  wlH serve yon to the best of my  ability. Your votes snd* inrtwnoe  are respecifiil!jf>ollclted. .  1 am ySnrs faithWly  l-^ANK PARTIUDGB.  W, Sloan, M..P. arrived by Wad-  nesday's boat from Nanaimo and,  returiied Thursday.  HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS.  Cumberland Centra.  SnmWr of cBndld������UH^, 2; passed  3. Oourtenay���������Number of eandl-  datet, 1; pasted, 1; Robert G Dun.  can, Ota. Private Study���������Number  of candldHtw,, 1; paiied, 1; James  J. M,cKi,usl., m.  #������><*     * Ml     I .    *���������  "������������������I"  ,Mi������ Uura Abranis danghter of  Mr. and Mn. J. Abrams, arriveii  from Vancouver by Wedncinay'i  Iwat,  hyacinthes.   Miss ChriiUna ^lo- ���������', ar- ^  Donald sister of the bridd acted-jilS; ��������� J  bridesmaid, and Miss Jessie Mc" -^  Donald as flower girl, while the  groom was supported by his bro-  thei, Mr. Kenneth Grieve.   After   ���������  the jeremony the Wedding party ' -  adjourned to the borne of   the  bride's parents,  where   refreshments were served. Mr. aud Mn.  Grieve have taken up their residence in this oily.   The News  extends congratulations   to   tbe  happy couple.  Owing to wuit of space we regret not being able to publish tbe    tK... _  list of present! in thin weeks inn*, \-'  but tbey will appear in our next.     "���������  J. Messenger returned from Na     j  naimo by Widnesday'i boat. '  '   ������������������Im>    1   A 1   *  Andrew   Thompson   returned  from Nanaimo   by  Wednesday's  Iwat.  ������������������I. ������������������  1   a         ���������  Mrs. H. Murdock arrived hoiota  hy Friday's boat.  f*m  J.Co������l*rt,of Victoria arrived  by Wedn^day's boat to ���������������������������Hit  Healing ���������pparetwe  in  new  J������*t,  *m  CAMPBELL BROS  OROCIRt AND  !    ������OHV   GOODS  MtRCHANT*  CUMSim.AHO,       B C  CROCKERY and  GLASSWARE  THI ITOItl Wkieli wn fe-temlyoNttpteJ as a haberj eeeaea  mtoaVei with a KM MLttmOK OF OKOOEIRT eim  OtAMWARI both rtala aad tmef. ly loip������������ii| Mas fee4s me  e*������y /mi win taj tbat our prlea ee evsrytbiaf ia memMe,  arm, fer Ike eama ejalitr efattiels-, as low ������*-U aot lover that  ^ly. ^|_^^  mmwejer  W^WW^PW|I  .:���������*,  ������..,..... $I������.SM������     ������������������.  rTa%%,..,,,.,,,,,,.>  l������"i  I..������������������������������ 1..........>.. e.eem.  \  **  '���������*���������-������-"'  ;  1  *-_________________u________i  mMimm T&8 Gamberland Hews  i>*ud Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   A   Cambei-fiaqd  Publishing  Company.  This paper will not bold iteelf  reVponaibi^for-ihe' opTri%'ri-s of dtli-!  ei*,**,, aa may appear' in its columns  fii������m time to time..   .   *  ���������1UESDAY,  MUNICIPALITY OL THE CITY  Of CUMPKLAND,  NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN  to the elector* of .the*. Cityof Cumberland that I .requite-of the said''  ���������eleotor-i at ������tbe polling 9taiiQn oiij  Dunnmuir Avenue, on Monday, the  lltliday of January, 19f)9.; at 12  o'clock, nodh, for ihe purpose of electing a Mayor and Aldermen to  repni?ent tbem for the year 1909.  The^mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follow**:���������   : '  The candidate fhall tie nominated in wriiing; the writing shall be  fubecribid by two vo'j.erVoI'lie'Mu  . nioipnl'ty as proposer and eeqonder,  and fhhll be delivered to the' Re  turning Officer at any lime fietween  tbe date of tiie notioe iind   2 p. m.  of the davof the nomination, nnd  in theovenV'of a poll' being'-neces-.  eary'such' poll shall  be" d]fe'rt.d on  Tburt-day, the, 1.4th day'of January  1909, at the poll,ing,8.aupn, Dun8-i  muir Av'edue, McLeoi'fi Ice! Cream  ;' Parlor, Cumberl*ind, Ii.C. of which  .every pewon is hereby 'required to  - take notice and govern himself a<:-  '���������cWd iTTglyJ~r~" ������������������r-y^r���������^- ���������   The qualification an candidate for'  Mayor is ai follow--':  * He rau������t be' a niaUr British sub  NOl'ICE IS HEREBYiOIYEMf  Yliatappiicatfou :vfcill- -i*i.iuad4t:to  the Legislative Assembly of the  Province.,of:3ri^*ibiCoJl������tnbia;- at  iis^eirt Session for aik Act,, to in-  corporate a company with po^r  to construct, equip, maintain and  QP-rateva^lifit_rW  of staiidard 'or other guage,  witliqitykind :of> jm^tiyie^powirir  for the conveyauce of passengers,  and freight commencing at ;pr  near,..Hiardy flay*au,d proceeding  iiia;\yester:lyrdirec,tion to Qti|t-  sino So und "to a point  a p p.T o x i nra t ely opposite  Con]'Harbor, .and- with power  to construct, ^operate and maintain all necessary -bridges, roa-ds,  ways, and ferries, and to build*,  acquire,' own i aiid '���������n$int������iin  wharves and docks in connection :!j;  tlierew.itb...and to build, acquire, ;$  own, equip and maintain strain '���������:*  and otlrer vessels and boats, and  'A' ���������'      ,:'��������� *���������.<...   -,-���������  to operate the^ame on any nay- ji  igable waters; and with.pbwier tojjj  build, equip, operate and main- j;!-  .tain., telegraph _ aud^ telephpnev|:  lines -in-connection vf\tii ,'the^said ,|  railway   atid'v branches, 'and -to  you snfftr from Pfles the eieerience of  tbouunds hrnia to ono definite condu������ion-  tbeh tke tarest, way to relief b The Zun-iuk way! Purely you  M������ve miet, aetme provides ������������������������ew^er-, ������ cure for all nature'* Ul������!  Zee^Buir. le the rafkatd am* *MncantMe4 ciMiictsof keeling herlu-nature's  Mau TMcrellceByIt should em sood. AnelyiU ami doctors agree  1 oe Xek. PMMtteAlly ��������������� well ������������������ theoretically It le geod. Tfce������������ands  ef-KOffe fcfl^contir*-*>*mU>������ar ttstlaony.  Read these CMte:-  J. VV. LAING, EBQ , M. A., .<W0gU������  ' Aeeietwd by three Gradaetee of me Reeee,-  aiced UeivereiUee et QmtBriUia ead Cea*  ���������da.  "oncroai jl��������� cot-cos  aaov-xaa  transmit messages* for   commerr '.;;  ���������'.;'-t-",*    y  .,;- ;.;.'?*i. i-A     ���������:���������-;���������'������* *    *;-    ���������>',.  c'ial ptifp'Osiesyalid to charge tolls^  therjifor, and to generate and ;seli|l  electricity lortiie supply of light,'!  lieat andpower;:1 and-^i .h po|yerK  to. .ejcprpptate Tan^sTorTtiw^Jtir-Tp  Bed at thit case wai. Z������rp-Buk triumjih'td, and Mril' HugVlw s\ijfer������tia longer.  Mn. E. Boxall, ot Scott Street, ^..^"hoipat, H'y*;-^|,j|*;or..B|omlu*wUhoal cewa- t  lion I endmed greet win from bleedin-j j^Iei.. ,F, r akwenj rtOrtslu I iried i-mytMnt*;  Which I thought would |lve me eat*, but m the end. di������-*irited and Hill tuHering I ;  ���������piTeU." , J:  Then It wee ehe h������a������d o*f Zam-Buk, and ������he add. -.���������" Although ^feared Zam-Puk;;  would be like theordinaryFeme.iiee-u������iiM���������I am jlxd il wesnot. It erH.n piovrd iucll!:  te be rery different. It rapidly ������ave me relief, and alter a tin.e ruiedn econ.|.le-tly..!  I'would like to kt all wttsros from jiiles know *K������l a Kiaid il.i������K Zam-Uuk u.'      ;i  Mr, Thoe. Carr, of Ellesmere Street, Runcorn, t.ayt ^".1 f,r*t t<e������an to ������uflir fitunj;  rrllee through ���������ittiutEon d������mpgr������������> one ������u-),inw. ������r.d_for ye/an, I endurrd ajjw.y fr< ni'j  thle terrible compUmt. Sometime* I would lie t.ci!riiid������n f<*r a������ 1 n_ a������ ������ n>"������'t'' "' a.;.l  itrelch.   Yet. *.o-daV, I never suffer from piles I    Zam-Huk cured mr, to stay cured..;,  ���������^ibieMihe^rXtoMH^itj" ���������'���������'-, , !|;  Se������nece*ttldfe,onq������'oji('r*'eeW:krterw^^ it i������ bv ytotkmg suth cures that,;.  Zem-luktaseelt^-toUi^-ft^ Al^\.  t^   v j'i  Kewsfyou    "   "      "'  "*     " "*      ������-������-j i--������������������  eeietl   Don't  the reel grtui-t  ;   UederatoUrM.lerUDltrdera.   ;,  '. ^ope^tjr[5oa������ifjiii| ���������f^Mteji^jltt speoi-  lout sotoil he'ilarnai, ttt%'������^ve;'reere������������i������  ���������greuude, ������ymi������������ioa.', *pude%evipa������rfe������a  .ed. :;���������;���������'''   '''-"���������  APPLY TO UKA1) MASTER. \  WHIll HHI IIUI ill UJt  Z-m-Iluk is a oire slio'for e������U-������on-s, snd ch������ppeil rriclri vitids, al������M,  'paiienlae.'eesenM, h������d let, rinifWorTO, ic������lp iwi, l>uni������.   fc*ii>,  a������<l all ���������kin dls������������������os and lnjurl������t. ...  All drug!I������U ������nd itorei at 50 e. ������ lio������, or po������t fr������ Irom Zam.JSuk  Ce..Tb������a������������, lor price', jboiMfor/i.ij.  Out oul attached coupon ������ad m������<l w.th > c. lU^ip (to pay rrturn  posUce) lo Z������ia-Buk Co., Toronto, toe,th������ wilt1 name .Bd date or  ���������^   ��������� this paper and a Free Nunple boa will be lent jrou.  ���������jjrring inres, blood-;.  "'t  FRE^ BOH!  COUPON.!  -star:  posts of the; Company; and to^,  quire' lands; ;'inoftey, .boiinses,**  it, ot the full age t,f' twent^b^ privilegea.pr other aids from jany  yea������ and iiot dlsquaiidda1 under O0^",1"^!* ,1,!,niciPal corP������ra"  any law and have been for the six, tion or other persbus or bodies,-  monihs^tijwct pre-je-dinj' the day of and to levy and collect tolls froih  'ii'oininatiori tiiioregtkerjjd owiier'inJail persons' using   and   on   all  * "k     '"'  ' ""' freight passing over   any of snch  roitds, railways, ferries, wharves  ...   .*,;     :��������� '���������'\V--'-%; ���������'..������.*.������' -.'  and vessels 'built  by the I'oin-  A^ea-srtieirt*ttoli^ 11*000 overaiul,     ��������� .. ajid with pdWer to cbmirct  ^beLarKJ RegiutryOllice of land and  /real'property tit the city of the; as  se'sfed vnluodn the lnnVMunioipal  Stab le  Maxwell & Hornal  Proprietor*.  Sail from Victor a TuMda)-, 7 i. x>  for  Nanaimo, ' call ag 'At Croftoa  Kuper '  and Thetis Islands when Vre.jhf or  passengers offer.  Wayejkj,N���������najmo" ;Wednsidayl\7i a. m.,  for tJaion fiay Co������hpx������d waV^norta  Leaves Coinpx:  Thursday.' 7 a^,������H.^,fof    , ^  Union Bay Nanaimo and way'^oris.   *J V  Leaves, Nanaimo   Friday,'7, |i.Jrti., for v  Union Bay Ceeiol** and.'Vay por|������.  Leaves Comox1' SaiurdKy, ' 7  j������.in.,   for  ��������� .N'inailrio and v'ay*'pprii'. '   ���������  S-'tils from'Nanaimo'Saturday 2 p.nl., for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER , MA1*jAIMO - LADY  SMilB   ������0\JXK.       ;       *  1  . 8.8."    '*JOAN.M  ���������    . /*   '  . Sails irom   V:ir,coivn   'c,   N.-in.o  daily, except Sunday's, ai   30 p.m.  SaiU from   Nar.aimo  for   Van outci  daily, excepi Sunday*, at 7 a.m.  ;: 3rd St. Guiulierlar d::  X ' "  IWJJUJLtAAiU > L* iAA_H+  'br'.charg*', /and  who in  otlierwisi*:  ** q*ualilied as a municipal voter.  .The qiialifidaiion,' an  Candida to  /orAldftrmen, ia aa foil wii:���������  ..Hymns', bo, a Bitidit nubject of  t^e,fiii(ngeof tweni.yr6ne yiijireand  hot d I������c| ia n li ft e cf ''und'iifnny lttw>a<|id.  / ho ve. iwfl'^V''flii^wxoft't Tife'' Vio'sc fc*"pr������������r  ceding the day/'of n'o'niliiiltiohihe.  "'"W^liiVered owner in iheY^'Ji^Ro-  ginlryOlllceof bind and real eirtate  in I he1 city of the aSHe-med vaiutf on  ��������� the laat Municipal Affetfeiftent  Roll of $500 oriiRore, over Und  , above, any registered incumbrance  tr olmrge, and who -ii otherwiie  qiwlift'id a������ a'*mnni(*l|������>l volor.  , tjiyan und^rmy hixn^ittUbe^iiy^  6^.dj|iniiij|;riajn I, .tljii^ajut.; d'ay^of  D^ceinber,, 1008 *''[ '���������"[;',','  . AiHx. McftiNNo"**, ,  ''     Rertin'iiim Odknr.  with ami,make traffic or other ar  r������*itige.ineuts with railway, steamboat, or other .companies; and to  exercise such powers as are granted by parts 4 and 5. of the ''Water .'-Clauses Consolidation Act"  aiid for all other necessary or incidental rights, powers aiid priv-  ilegei* in tliftt behalf. ' *  HkWijiY Appukton  Oolonal Roy^l Kngiiieers(rctircd)  'Dated at Victoria,  B.C., 8th  day of 'Decetntieo 1908.  MUNICIPALITY OK KIM CITY*  OF ClWBIC-ttbAJW.  ��������� \ ','���������*/ ���������;  ..NomjnplJp-iii ftr School TrWtma  wlfl   Im? melved on .Mondny, ihe  llih U iy of January, 11100, at  12  o'clock, uo.'ii.  The mode of noniitiatloti of cjiii-  dldatei rhall bo a* billowx: ���������  Tin; cmdidatei ������������������hull I*,* nnniin.  atrd in writing, I be writing utmll,  \m vub-/criberf by two vo era ot the  iniiiiiuipiiliiy ns prop mr txt d tt'con-  der, and fhall be doliverrd to the  UetU'iiiiiK Ollker at any time be*  lm,*,u iho di'u ot the nu'jc and n  (i, ut ol Iho day of noioinatjnn and  in the event of uinrt* than one iioin-  ination a poll nil! be 1 pe*Vd'O"  Thur-day, Um Ulli day of January, W**, 'it 'ha jtnMlngainilitn, Mr,-  l^od'n* Ice Cream I'arloi, Duin-uiuii  Avenue, Cumberland. H. C.,'which  every jewoni" r������|uirrd to take no  ti< a of and govern hiiiwelf f.eci rd  ini/ly.  ^'i.iiinjaitoim (ur T;u-Hen are ac  (oiiuWf:��������� * .,  ,.  Anv peraon being a )u>������* bolder  in Um muni ipality and Icing a  B itieri atthje t f the fall age of  twrniy-one je������r������ and .0 tn**mUe  UtiaWrtlhy thia Aet ������*ewteatan  ������lMtt'in ofHeli'iol'iri-ieea In tb*  ctld munieldallty ahall lie eligiHI  Vibe eieeted and 10 ������>rf# aa a  bebool Troiiee.  ������. .��������� e*e*e** ������������������ ***** "**-*' "' m  *    '��������� '**  .HUAIIKABLE COIIPAT.  A Bailie tt, the D������ath Between   a  Do*key an. ��������� Well.  *; A. eoViibat: pf moat uniWual charae.  ,ter ooeerred' hear*'���������1taMit'<M porta,'  Moilco ,. The wtriieipento fere* a  burn*, or little jfexlco flonlcey, iind a  wolf ofa w^^WMjipooloii, known rw  (belobo.; t%ln_ tiie niffht Iria burro-  Ah'P had. broken ont of tko aiiible  d ,waii(l������wl Mvbral tnlloii out into  ...������ country,. HMii ojjrwr.. eolha to  neck hhn, wan an eyewltncM Ut nlr,  flflit with the wolf am) Uiuh doHerfb-  ,'.'Mr, burro >a<M*rtlr, tratlnt In  ������, little iraimy dell* lyln-r bntweon  ten wall* of Jutting, raned ro������k  wlinn' the wolf rnma troltlnr alont  with hi* Head pIimh to the ground,  M H tiretoa do trail eomethlnR���������thin  Imlnt charaeteriittie of that tiftaclat,  Ha tiid hot aea Dandy-ae Lead my  liurm-untU, ho wan imrfy ������n hlm,  aM It waa not till trmrt that, ralalnff  hia ti<tfd, * 'the latter naw the, wolf,  Jha moment Diey iwt oyea on Mteli  olfwir I could nee that a fight.would  Korply lollow.    The wolf, with bin  B' ���������-^������������������*'=-"v!*-"^-"*;  IIIOI1  ^ yT-nryr.   C    ��������� S3JWVTS.      TPROPRiisT,  Eo|li.h4xBOUTONilw.yioat������p     ���������'���������*������������������������'���������^"JJ^tY^S  BBERR-A'ahawr, Bohemian, Seklita, fto.      " OLD ORKY JK!ARU,  '-���������������������������^apOTeu^ilM^Vr:::^ '  .Tb.JtaeMi-.i':--- t^l8l,*e U,ipa������t^Vairfer the immediete eu^riUteedenoe of Mre  Davii, will be tour.d Viret eluu in every reeptrt.  %  BATES,  el 00 per day upwarda.  acat  /  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  <   And all KITCHEN  UTENSILS   ,   Sportsmens Goods  ���������  -*  "-A    AA'tittal ,A  General Hardware  VANCOUPBB-NA KAIMO -COKC X  UMIOW.  "S. 8^ -aueeuCity" (C.J.B.)  taai Veucm-zer, Sou day, 7 pm Ar  ������i������ee ������N-U������imo, SuDdny, 11 p. m.  Let re������ Nanaimo Monday, 3 a.m. Ar-  ri*ee at Uaiim, Monday, 11 e. n. Arrire  ������t Cpuix/MiLdey, 1 p. m.  I/;a������e Comox, Muudey, 7 p.m. An ire  -t^uionrMp-JtbyV & priav f   Ln-.veUu.oii, Tut.dey, 5 ������. m. Attire  al Nauainio, TumdBj, et 11.30 a. o>.  Leevei' N������nairu<>, Tuee'dey, et 1 y.m.  Arrive at Vancouver, Turkd-ty, at5p������|Jt,  Celling at W*v Porte wfa������u fie,gbt?'e_d  paiHDgtra tiler. ' ,  TIME TABLB "^FFECTUV  October   Iul, 1807*  M  Jiiwe enappjhg and growling f*ro-  elouiily, mado' at Dandy, who wheeled iharnly around and let.,fly wftli  tiiit heoli, tumbling hid enemy over  Tet-v-mtrd again and again until th������  .wel/.^Bfrntd V) rt������aM������e,lliat tho jrilt  nii'hanf'wa* 4Md*iUv more than hn  *bnd MrgfclfiH tor,. The lant oontart  of Dandy'i heel* had lUfit blm with  n eriteh nr-iinxt the hard ro������ke that  walled in tho dell ami ^tunned him  for a minute or two, tw, on reeofpr-  Int. aa nhenged hie taetlee, Hunnliir*  up to Damlv, he waited iintU ���������t)io<*c  terrible' |m������U wore elevatrnl In tlifc  air, when, lamping arftijnd wltti am*  nrielng niillty. h*. dodged the kick  end trutAe tor Me antafmtitt'a throel.  The latUr, however, ear on the lookout, and the leto* fnehrl that trie  hnrro'e olher end wan *lw> arnit'd lot  battle, neforr he emV\ tauten on  wny pari of the lively animal he wm  Mwgtit at.fhe bat\. ot hia\rerf fr a  'ami of'pnwwrful te^th. MM tn a eivnnd  lie neek wa* brwV������i, . Ko<wllh������fan*1-  fijw.ttrte tart that #���������- wolf wa* MM  mmntle. me**** h*M "-ail le hbn ami  n-****iplfd hlmwlf for ������������v������������f������1 mtniti*e  wtUi heating hie vatiqiiUhod foe'e  bnAr wo and down on tb<������ rrounrl.  Then, feeling aatleAM that tlft> wm  ettlnet, he drnfmnf (to entmae, and  ������i>on callinf Wm It* MIowH me  ������������p(*e M.ttopeh .tMithlnr hM hapwn.  'tf ������#1*^^ ���������mVrtli* Martha bofa heard tho rtoey ther wnen|.  mmietv affreed that be wae laeaai e*  ersistent Advertising  roduees. r  r erf it in every kind of bush  ..n.ess> .-\.\..<. ������������������   ' ;,tt _:  '" c l, *  I * . '   ������  ihe columns^of the News are al-|  wa^s open for more Advertise-;  ���������merits,    Try a good big ad.    ji  In J( b Printing we print anything, from a  i-\  um  D  to a  Vl������lT������"l   ?K**   '    ������  The Rcv.Irl R. Hlcke  manac.  AL  -For lOOit, ready Nov, 15,1UQ9,  best evnr nentoiit, beautiful covert'  hi color*, fine portrait of Prof.  Hioka in colore, all the ol*V features aiiw ho vend new orieV in the  book. Thu bent astronomical  '���������Hiekn Weather Forecast*." lJy  mail U&u, on ntw������ standi 80c,  Ono copy free with Word and  Work*, the bent%#1. Monthly in  Ameriea. Dlfconnta on nlinniiacH  In quantitien.' ARent* wanted,  .Wonl" and Work. PnblUhiii^  Co./SSOl I^>en������t 'Street, St. I.onU  Mo. Every cittacn owei Jt to hiin-  wdf, fo h)������ fellow* and to J'ipf,  Hieka to po������������0Mfi the ���������Wok*1' fore  en������tt������,���������the only reliable.  i- ������������������ *. * .  KORTH BOUND���������Read  Uwn  Feeeeng-  ������ Xrai&a  JJStetiom.  D������|ly  Ko, 1  ������e*Jaf-  n;tit.  Set,  ate. a  Mv&  Dr. V.M  De. 1>W>  Uu*.M*U,  ���������' ��������� 9M  iS.t'4  Sbawnigen,  '��������� 10.17  IS, 16  n.ti  10.IS  C-I*l.lr Hill,..  10,40  16,80  I'/'n-eiohtiii,  10.48  16*1  KokMlab,  10.13  1C.47  Unpc*'n,������,     ,  hturieijq"',  11.00  16.514  1I;W7  17 10  VV������������',lu,|������y*,  ir.'ia  17.31  tSlieiueina-i,  u ns  17 31  Uilyiadt-,  S.uil������W,Uln|loe,  11.A7  IT, 65  m.'ii;  li.iav  NiBtine,'  VV*Uiunte_,  i*;.3o  11,10  Ai l*i,55  *rl8 45  flOiJTH irtOUNl)-*itead  ^  Vlotorrt,  Ituiule,  Hbawoigeii.  N    M  Cobble Hill,  UewiultKB,  KeMleh,  Uunueu'i,  ItOlllfBOt*,  Weitk'olme,    '  Cki0,iiN������������,  U-J)>������lik,       ���������  Smth WtllingtoB,  niiiimn,'  Wel.luiten,  .  FARM VOU SALE. Situated  nt Park-will*, twenty mlln front  Niuialiiio, on tho road to Cnmlier-  liuid, five acrwi cleared, fruit I war.  ing orchard, two acre*, lugs all  burned off, two iieren elimlieib ffood  iHiUngef| lathed nnd plantuied nml  nuwljr pnlntcd; chicken hntue tin'tl  i:o***vl,f, )iorrc l'lwn, flud oibei*  ont'  ill Snilir.n*, i/nnrl l���������r vnirn* imutiev Swt*  MiiHiifti. wui *t*ii ciiVaj, f.*r cnnir "^^^"^y- ������'������",������,���������������"��������������� ������������������������?���������"  JUk yourBmoctin for jt  ������I>IOINBBRD^iai  MlTNlNOtgOURNAi,  ���������-*>"p������<eM������>������ii������������i"  NOW IN ITS HM YBAt  Tbe leaaiae mlalag ���������rrte-ileal < f  tk# wevM, wai the nrnm***. eilttnrml  italttitatiytm-btttrmt |,nb,li.nll������������.  . M^rtmrnjaMeremt |i*flnrt-  lag V. %, OMMHUen, Veiteaa pmvwr,,  MM-pl'- eot*f free. Head r.,r pi������i.t  r������ui������fuo.  tvaiirtTtne errm  tea Pear) atreat, New Vert.  Tho fnrti) eoiir������iit������ uf ten acres in  all, fronting on salt water. Apply  to Neiaoiji Parks, Pdrksville Pi������st  VMiice, ii. C.  NOTICB      v      t  Any person or persons, cutting,  reinuving or taVing an^i  block-*,  timber or woofl, ot ariy deH<#iptlodn  lieloiiging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from ir off tbe land  of titer said (loin party, will W pros,  eented to tjiefiill extent of the law.  F. b. tittle  Snj-eriiitrndent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  Na.a  Ar. itt.ee  13 Oil  ia si  ;v.������8  10,40  10,16  lauii  '  io oa  0 47  IMi7  *i6  De, K,(0  Ar, 8(0  8 18  8.15  0*. ������,00  No, 4  ls.er  lh.*!  17,sa  , li.w  . 'i7.8a  .", iT.ua  '' J7II8  ; IS.6S  ' "H4������|  is aa  IBtif  I)#, 15U  Ar. 16 4ft  16.'.'7  15 IS I  De. 16.001  Thcumnd Mi'e 4titl Cominuuuion Tir-  keu on ante, good ovei rail and ate.tu.ei  linci.al tauiind one-hall itnu per mile. |  Special inline end iienmrrt fnt Kx'*ur  iion������,and wduted niti for partiea niy  be t������rranj,ed foi on iipphcution K the  Dili )'���������������*. AReni rt Victoria.  Ihe Compnnv rtxervet the rl^t to  chrnine wiihcut previoui nolice.Kieflmecel  tailmir dales anil hqur.a nl tailing, '  Em. union Tiikeu on .Sale from aid to I  i, W. TROUP, Gen. flap, B C. Coiel ft.r.l  tt, L. COUKTNKY, Iliit- Krl. * iiw, Ag.l  to viAiir  ATENTS  CentrntrraAe -������-"{���������sr-  I.  W-  THR NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA;  <V>  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents for. 8 C  * NOTICE  "Every Monday' and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Hutter and all kinds of Vegetable's  and also 20 tuns of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  . Chiu,.Yk0k, .  ~,        " "       Satfd wictT  , implements,  Incubators, Etc  **-  $tc;  -M::H"H:H*1-H'  s  w Adventure  Ashore and'Afloat  ROD and GUN  II yes llkr io read, ef the extwlentee el-  ���������ntlrri, elioeieri end c������mper������ or nehilui  korllyou tre'lnteretH-d In wssmr life, e������>  Ivaur oe'Kleiler (ue fereel eo*streem.  ' tw*nii,.nvec������niBfer four wo������lrV ertie Itl-lp.  re'eit ������i_ Mretm U ��������� ,lirt������ tU*������*}t������}ed  wMtly lourw. Which <(ont������l������i Ihe followlag -  Vour .ar'eflteler^ fcje^f ereel  ....   ������������  diipenmentti _.  Yh.Sp>t������m<nTo-r*i>t, C_-\oel_<,  Kille end Trep, ���������������������������������!.  We iced free our cettleiue of ibibiMbeoM  oe outdoor life nnd r*������rui|on,  FOREST AND STREXM PUB. CO.  * 341 Brosdwsy. New York CUy.'  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  rw������ *mimimtni**i**\'  l-M-M-H-I-M-H'  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  ���������������������������I-M"M"I"H"1-M'  Walworth-Rolston Cq. ������l  .  -    H.  So R0LST0N,  Managing.Director,  Vancouver. Be C.  See B. C. Erode, Agent, Cumberland, t\, 0,  -hH-H-HH-d-IS^I^l-l4~W**H*n*J  ;��������� Cumberland Livery |  :: and Feed Stable..-  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  .      ��������� .'     ��������� .      ���������-     m*mmm^ramT*m?i**mm^mm^m^~m,    f  FIRST :, CLASS*''  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS -..'...-  ;:  notice.  ::  J  ���������";'." A HUMAN MACHINE. N  Ha Wtt Able to Cornet a LaKfluegi  He Old Not Undentend.     .  When Max Muller wai preparing Mi  edition af tha Itliivodu ho knd.-io tlii  story Roes, aft lllustriition of tbe In-  -itlaotivo wisdom of tea compositor  ii providing the mnnuHvript for about,  1,000 sheeti of print tlio author nnt*  irnlly  tripped  from  timo  to  thiio  ���������.Vhonevot bo did trip,, tboro ou- lili  itroof was tho orror queried lo a euro*  t'ul hand.   Surely, ho thought, some  unknown Icholur  lu  tlio  university  mimt lib overlooking his proofs wills'  kindly hiterost and nuking tho corrections for hlm.   Inquiry allowed thiH  tlitn wai not tho fact.  Tho corroctloiii  wero tho corrw'tlotis of tho mnn who  ���������et up tho typo,  "Did thii mnn, thou  know Bnuikrltr' Mtillor nskod.   Not s  bit of It.   Uie and w������nt wiabtod lilm  to dotoct the jcrrbri ns a hungry-child  icooti a cooking dinner.   Tbo dlacov*  cry originated through bit iirm rathot  than from any Intellectual doubt, and  tWt arm ifai'innlaMI,"     ���������:������'  Tbla prlntor hqd auitalnod on accident, leaving lilm with an arm partly  parntymd, nml an thii mndo hlm How  ������r with hie filing hie maslci* luruoi  blm on to Bunikrlt, wlib wblcb ho bad  bad no previous acquaintance. Uo bad  to leitrn upward of-BOO typoa for tbt  work, but bo loarnod thorn and neoui-  tamed Himself to the work. Now,  many of tliu lottere In mnikrlt ������inn������*  follow ortcb etHfcr or, If ibeyttevg������|*t  bt modlOed. In writing Muller eome  timed forgot these 'modtflcotlees, but  tbey wort-til! marltrd on the proof  Mulltr waa ������o Interested tbnt beloughl  out the printer to tub, him bow b*  waa ablo to corroct a language wblcb  bo did not understand. Tbe explann*  tic waa reraarltablei "You aoa, sic  wy arm gtu Into a tflplar awing  from one eompsrtmgnl ef tyeoe to  anotbor, and tbore art meformtota tbil  ���������serer eeewr. lo If I ���������eddeety Jr_.ve.tt  take ������p tnwe wblcb entail e now  ���������movement I fool It and put e qetry,"  Wtiat a (toga lift tbo 'tie eaetbn**' ������  Afteerat Word's, vrhlek If the aanM  thing, would baro caused tbat marvel-  eea bnaalb oaebJtmWifc Jaaoar Oe-  ..  wood  and Coal  I!  Dtiusiiiuii' Avenue  JCUMnURUAND,   H. 0  >���������',,..���������-,  l������|ii'|iifii|4'*|'*li*|'i|'il''l*l''M'^i-f,l''l't'if''ti  Hiding on locomotives and  rail  wivy cars of  the   Union  Colliery  Conipany Ity any person   or jier*  sons���������except tain crow���������id strictly  prohJ*'ted."  EtnployueB  r,ro" 8ubj  *pc to ('.i-JinioHiil ior allowing Bam*  By order  Fkancib D. Littik  Mankgei,  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  For tl.c Spring Triyle  Terted Stnok, 8������da  for Farm  Gnrdon, or Conaervatory,,*'";  J; \t oni tiie bent growerw in England  France, Uoll.tn,d, United r.tuto*)  and Canada.  .        ���������   ���������    ��������� i  Fruit tuid Ornnmuntal Trie',  Small FruiU.ltome grown  tht Qreat Kagliih Mmttlii.  ., TonMaiidlnyifiMwtMtiiewfiuio  te^o'[^������"*'  ;���������  drinlcofstrong'imen and healthy women^ .'  BREWERY BEER  Drink  U. B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.. Nanaimo B.C  Goto J  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITH,  CIGARS <fr TOBACCOS  T)e Hunden  e  H  o  i  c  E  s  T  ih-season-at ~-^-  '' D. HON DEN'S  %  The   Oxford    Chancellor'  range is the best value, in au,  all-steel raiigo offered' to the  people of British Columbia  to-'day.' -.--''"��������� .'���������������������������;  It is handsome in appearance, solid  in  constriietion,'  designed by competent,  experienced stove-builders, and  set up by skilled workmen.  Before   you   purchase   a  range, examine soine of the,.  outstanding features of tiie,,  Oxford Chanci'llor".  |t will appeal to your jud-  geiuent-give you satisfaction*  when you buy-and prove   to  the hilt every   claim    our  agents luake-for TtT  ���������A-mm.  Cottoo Root Conpoand,  TU 4">*'.< V,  \atfif mta a  Furtilihn, Bee Suppllun, S,,ra)li������n  MatcriulH, Cut Fluwera. oto.  ; J40.pwoOATALOaU   FHKB.  M.   J.   HENRY  Oreo houiei, Sood Houoei end Poit  Uffloo Addro I,  8010 WXITllXNtTBB EOXD  Sranoh Nurnory, loutb Vanoouv*r.  &-i_-d  "tr^ae-9 9 **miam '  Syaopiia  of Canadian  Homoatoad  * Hegula-iono  ^iiy available Dominion Land* within  tlw iuilwny T?elt"'lintritieti"Coiamui^  ninV'U������ homoi-tended by any peraon who  is the sole bend of n family, or any male  over 18 years ot tigo, to the extent of one  quarter section of 109 acres, moreorleii  Entry mint be mido p^rioaally at tho  locrll land ollioe for the dietriut in which  tbo land Ih sitjuato. Entry by proxy  mny, however, be mndo ou o',rtiiin oon-  ditioni, by the father, nwtiher, son, dnusb  ter b-other or sister if and ititonding.  hnni*'itood������<r,  The B'omeiteitder is required to perform  the oondWious conneotpd therewith  under one of fie following plaus;  (I) At least six months* residence upon  and cultivation of thn land in eaoh year  for three years. ���������'-���������" '  (.') If tbe father for mother, if the  father is (Tecs������s������*d), ot the hoineotondor  renldeH upon n farm in the vlolnlty of the  luud enterod for, tlio ruvulremento aito  residence mny be entlefled by suoh periuu  residing with (ho futhor or mother.  (It) It tin eotiler baa lili perm-inent ro-  ihlenoo upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of bU linmestoad, tbe  riqu'reiiifliits us to residence may be set-  fled by resldenoe upon the said Inml.  Hix months' notice in writing should  ho given tu the Oommiisiouor of Domiu-  ion Landi at Ottawa of Intention to ap  ply for patent.  O0A1..-C01I mining righU nwy he  eased for a period of twonly-one years  nt an annnnl rental of 11 |n������r noro, Not  mora than -2,500 aores shall Im loused to  ���������ti������ individual or oompnny. A royalty  st tho rate of Ar* centi per Um shsll be  oolleotod on tho merchantable ooal mined  W.W.COBY.  IVputy nf tho Minister of the Interior  N,n.-Unnuthorlr,od publioation nf tlm  advertisement will not bo paid for.  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days after /dato I intend to apply to  ���������the-TTonourntte ChW Conunisaioner  of Lands and Works (or a Lioetwe to  proepeet for coa^ and petrol-sum- under tho foreHh'oro and under the wiv  ter on the lands in and opposfita  Voldes Jislantl. Suj-ward' District, British Columbia. *   -  CoiumoncinK at a post planted on  t,he sea bench 2 inUes southerly from  the N.W.- corner of Cope Mudgo Indian KcHcfVO poet; Valdoa Island.  Hayword IMstrhit; thence due -weat  80 chains; thonce duo south 80 *���������  chains; thence c}uo east SO chains;:  thonco;,(luo north 80 chains to plaBp  o! comnwncenieut. *  Dated this 20th day of November,  1$K>8.  JOHN JOHNS.  .E.  i'riost., Agent.  ������.���������1 ^ . V  Notice is horoby given that .1111117  Daya after 'data I.intfsi'd lovapl>ly to-  tho:*llonoural,lo Chief Commfasloner  of ������>unds an<l Works for a Llconae to  prospoct for coal and petrojetttn under the foroshoro and under the water on the landN in nnd opposite V������l-  doa.Island, Sa5*ward JWotrlct, D^itiehk  Columbia.' ��������� ..     .,* /���������  Commencing at a poet .planted oa  the 8oa!lM5ath 1 mile soiithbrtir; fror*  .the N.W. corner of Cope Mud-go Indian ������������������ Bescrvo post, Valdes Island ;  thonce due Wost 60 chains ; thenoe  due South 80 chains; thonco due East  80 chain-*; thence, due North 80"  chains to placo of comiuoncoment.  -. Dntetl this 26th day of November,  1908. ���������;'  K, PRIEST.  '  Notice is'herel)}' glvem that Thirty  Days e,fter dato I intend to apply, to  the Honouratle Chiof Commissioner  of,'tiihdR rind .Works tor. a,license .to  prospect for coal' and potroloum under the, foreshore arid under the water on* tho- la*nde in and -apposite Valdes Island, Saywnrd District, Dritish  Coliinrbia. ji  Commenci 11^ ������t a post planted oil  tho sea beach at the S.B. corner of  Capo Mudgo Indiun Jt������������������rvo post,  Valdes Island, Wayward District, and  le'ng also the H.W. corner of, IJ.1'67;  thence <lue South -10 chains; thonco  du������ Kast 80 chains; thonce due No.rUji  80 chains; thence due West 10 chains  more or less to High Water Mark on  sea* beach; thenco South Westerly  along said sea. l>oach to place' of  commencement.  Dated this 2<**th day of November,  1008. ���������' "  PANNIE XT.  MACOOWAN.  _: BuJCrtestlAicntw  INSURANCE.  Fire   ftnd    life  Kir H;< tt;li!ii;M for  Fire Insurance call nnd get  rotci before iniurluif.  WeMley Willard  Agent furthe Royal  of I, iverpooi.  kkAAAAAAAe*_AAa____k__-l  ^amaammmmmam^mmewwwe-w f i ������ f  Vancouver,  B. C.  by.T. E.BAIE,  Magnet Cash Store.  ��������� ��������� n'naoim m������������������������������������������������������e������  Notice ii hereby given thnt Thirty  Diiys after dato I intend.to apply to  the Honourable Chief CommlMlonor  of lUnda arid W6(*ki for a Lloense, t���������  prospect for coal end petroleum un-  der the for, shore and under the water on tho lands In nnd opposite Vol-  don Island, -Mayward District, Dritiah  ('uliiirihin,  t'ommonrlng nt a post plnntMt on  tho sen lt#neh nl the N.W. corwr of  ('n|H������ Mudgo Indian Unnerve post,  VbIiIch Island, Hnyward District;  thonco elm1" Must 80 chains; thotire  duo Houth H'l chains; thenco duo  West 80 rhnlns/thou'i) duo North 80  chains to place of coininenrcinciit,  Dal,*,! this art'i day of November,  1008. ���������  MAUI A ,I.\NK PUIKRT.  II. I'rloM, Agent.  ' Notico is hereby given thnt Thirty  Days alter duto I intond, to npply, to  the Uunourablo Chief Com-migsioiHU**  of Lunds and Works for a Licsmao to  prospect (or .coal nixl potrylwiiu under the foi lowing described liuiiis and  under, the' foresboro ,uid under the  wator on tho lunds in and opposite  Valdes Island, Hnywurd District, Hri-  tlsh Coluinblii.     , *  ...Cpnun^ncing at a post planted on '  tho sea Iwach 1 ^niilo southerly from N  tho N.W. corner bf Cu|o Mudgo   In- ,  dian Kmerve   post,    Valdeo   Island,  B������yw������rcl   rvistrlct;     thanes. duo,.JUUvet .jg*m^*m  70 chs ins ��������� moro Nni* less to a post otff***"^   ^  Wie .exm-n-e^ICiistern ,t)o rtKrary'bf'tl)!?  suid Indian l������k������sor\o; thonco due s6uUr.   ^  80, chains nlong nuld I-Uiatorn ��������� b'oun-.  dary of Indiun  lluservo;  thenco   dtw  We������t 70 chains; theiico due North 80  chains to pleco of coinmonwnwint.'  ���������Dat������l tbls Ht'x day of November.  1008.   ;  nOV MACQOWAN.  * f. . T.. Priest, Agent,    *  , Notice li: hereby given that: Thirty  Daya aft������r dnU) ] inVond io ripply to  the' Honourable Chief Cnmmlaslonor  of Irtintla nnd Works for u Uoonso to  prospect for eon'l Hiid petroleum undor the foreshore and under the water onktho lands in and opposite Val-  des Island, Sayward DlNtrict, British Columbia, ,, ��������� . ;  ���������L'oinnu'ni'iiiK ut n post planted on  the ������o1 hooch at the N,W. eornor of  t-npo. Mudgn. . Indian ltew*rve post*  V'ald-M Island. *Hayw������rd District;  thonce due West 40 ehalas; thenco duo  Mouth 80 chnlns;,,therce dun VJoet 40  chains; th-utco due North 80 chains  to piece of cnmmcncimcnt,  Dntnd   this  "Wfli  itnO. nt 1  I )a tod  HIOH.  this 2Cth day/ of Novewlw,  MAX.  M^COOWAN..  ���������   K, I'riost, Agi*Mt.  When Jn Courteney  The. -C-nurtenav Hotel  ,- *  Kvery eonvenicnec for gyeiti.  tho Oential KoUl for Iporteaoa  Nona but the Uetf of Winei and J-'quon  *t the Kar.  RATES        UlAtONABLt  ilohn Johniton,   Pro.  NBW YORK  CLIPPER  tt thi ent ATI it  Get your Jo!> Printing  done at the Neys,  Nnt Ice Is Imroliy given thnt Thirty  Dnys nfter dato 1 Intend to npply to  lit**, Honourable, Chief Comiiiwloner  of Undiuand Works for a liconaa to  prnspm-i for conl nnd iietroloum un������  dor th,* lollowing desiTlbtxl lands alt-  uat<������ In Hnywnrd Distrlcl, IIHtlsh  Colurnblii,  rtvmmonclnir st a post plantwl   at  tl.*'  '.' !".  .'  ru* i" *'f Tl,"'*<���������'��������� T������"*������������ Vn  4(1; thenee due West  to chain*-, thence  wn-pevta-oftei   m eiiM.   ������,-.__, due North no i-hiurs- therx'dif I-������j*t  THEATRICAL A SHOW MKR <������ rh,i,,",: ,h<,,,", ���������������������������' >��������� HoH<h.M  iiiMtiiiivni. m yiiw.ii   cnr-_.ii   fhMn--,0 ^^ n1 ton,mWicrwritt.  " Dotwl this Uftth dny of Novwnher,  1(108  WW PTlIRBT.  Iv. riu-Hi, Aavnt.  Notice is hiwlty given that Thirty  Dny. after date t Intond to apply to  the Honourable Chief ConunlsstonoV  of Unds and Works for a lAconso to  prospect for conl end petroleum under the followllig.draei'llted lands situate tn Hn.vwnrd Distrirt und being  Ij. 71, Qulns'ini Hiver Indian IUw  esrv*. *  Commencing nt tho Nnrth Weat  eornor of said Itcerrve; thenes dua  l-^ist 40 chains mow ur lees td Um  North V'jisi ronior of aald Heoerve:  thuncn due Houth At chair j more or  less to the Month Knst eornor of snld  lt������a������rvi������; thenee due West 75 cHalno  iiioro' or lo������ in tin, Houth West corner, of snld Htwervr- on ���������Quins'tm Hiver; th-Ht** Nortb l-!������������t#rly along-.,  Qulnsfim Itlver to the North Wast '  corner of Ilo'erve place of rnmninnnv  mcrit,  Dntrd this 3.*������th day of November.  1008.  DWVIA I'lUKMI,  1'.  V/liM. Agent.  V  IN THI WORLD.  ���������M.OOftrYur,   Sfagto Cid, it ca  laawau wattM,!,  Bkmpit Gopv *****  MiNK9uimrai.eo,(iM),  i i  FOtt  8A!eK  Jortey  InHl calvct   from first  |iriiu������ ���������tutsU,���������A(>|>1> to Win. Dun-  c������ii, (kindwlek.  m> '  OLD  {JEWSrAFErtTTim  8At,E ATTIfE Sttm OVKfOE*  5eent������perllimrm^n.  im eeeeeeex  Notice is hereby given thnt Tlilrty  Dny* after ,l���������tf* 1 i*<U*,id to anldy to  the Ifenniiratdo Chief Commliwlonor  nf I^andn nnd Works for n Ucntiae te  prosnect .for ronl nisi isMrolenm un-  d������������r th* f.itl'ittlrtBt de������#*H������*-1 land* elf.  uate in Hnyward Dl**trirt, liritish (the  Cftbtmbln  t'omnvwrlnf* at a nosl plnnt^il st  tho corner of l-������������t nn. on the Houth  tmundnry of snld !*>t (Ml: tbenee dw  8������w*th fM'ehalns; thenoe doe Wfat  HO ehaitw more or leas to th������ Ho������ith  FXst corner of Oulnsam tWver Indian ������**pwt������ Xrt IU ���������������*������������������ Aw  Noith :Vt ���������vliidnsi throe,' d*������- ������**��������� *****  chains te v,arm ot ftaafmenJi'Wnt.  Dnted this 9fttH day nf Xeremher,  ,*0*' .irmif jonwfi  Notice la hereby given that' Thirty  l������������y-4 after date I tntemt t*n apply ta  the Honourable thief IJunnnlnrtuiior  of leinds antl Works for a License U  pros Ntt lor com noil |wvruieutii under the follotving dvst'riljed land* an4  under the r���������r,>shorc and under tht  ���������est'r on the lauils la unit opposite  Vabbw Islsnd, Hnyward District, Url.  tlsh CoMinbU,  CotmrMNiring it a post planted  o������  the am twerb, a miles (Motherly frAta  N.W. corner ol  I'm* Mudge   |������.  Idlsa    IU-_erve   post. Vslrtea Island,  .Sjy_..-,,d lUi.uicL,   11ij*nca duo   Hast  nu'ii  7*1 rhnlo* more or li* to a pout he*  tag the N.W, corner of I* t������7, mfte  the VSmmtem iHiundary of aald Oape  Mudt* tndlnn ltesurvo; thenco doe  Douth 80 rhslns; thence due Wont TA  chains: thenre dw Worth HO chalisl  ���������o pts������*������������ nl eommencsasent,  IMcd this 38������h dny nf Nnrrarntjor,  tVteX  Ttyv rejimnr.  r-ftsiel. Ag^ '*>..'.  I .    -1  ���������"% "  ���������MU.MP  'M-jOliU  THE y&Wft, CUMPERLAMP. BRITISH COtPMBU.  ���������mmay^aamTretieonix^i^  WATCH  THIS  =1  rer-jpr  TT-^I-^  ���������we-  MAKMSWMfc  ifa. STODDART    The Jeweler jg  OIL   ' -' iMBamt^rTTliiJIlii.V.ylM  amsMtnn-iea-iM-HM  MinnmiMiitflMi  ������f|SAKA,    PROPRIETOR  ���������psfl������eww^B������"  Ladies'and Qierjtleinen'e Suits Made to Ordej-  "    from $20 to $35    AU Work Firefc.Class-  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  act ������������������ctottt ip������M-y ���������������������������  Local News.  Jliss L. Bpnnie ,aiW"jB<ji   by ^Fri  day'8 boat. **   ���������  ������ -.. ^���������.   Alex. MeNeil, sr-./left by Thurg-  ,dey'������ boat' for Vancouver.  Geo. Tarbell wns  by Thursday's bogt.  j.\  passenger  ���������-Mr6r-lIeury-Bate_-!eft-fQ.r~Na-  jaaituu l>y Thursday's boat-  Mys. Joe. Walker arrived -hoipe  by Friday's boat  ���������. 1      . o-  W.* "McLellan   returnpf)  )ipme  ���������fri-nt* V4.ct0.ria  by   Wednesday's  Vuat.       "..������������������}  LUL  -fitpiUl_r'>rr  T. Pijcet -wrb a paB.sepgeY:-%jin  Denmun talhnd by;'Wednesday's  kat.    -;*>{Z       2_/y\y  ; j3l*fi������. McDonald was g passen ���������  ger to Vancouver I������y;}������T>inreday'a  boat. ���������"  JiiJ-W:'  ,   ISorn-i^Oh-^thu rsU-Rj^fD^d.' jj|  ���������1908, tlMj' wife of MKGep.aHf^f  this cityvfl son;'  .-       '���������������  FOR SAL** 6\l KENT���������A  jgooid fioiiBo jind hijiO.ncrcB; of clear-  pd land, W -J AndrewsjSandwic)-:,  fnkqn���������*One tljottsjipd ���������)jji)gl������fi'  from Uraogo Hall, Courtenay. If  ^alfoii by mishila \\iti party' will  plenuo notify J. Ori'd;-^; Couiten-  &y ������������������: * ���������'<��������� *  mimiMimmiwi  UNION S, g. CO.. o������ R.C Ud  Week-en4 WW  between Vancouver,  Naijeimo, Union, Comox, by the  steel CIyd# built twin (-.grew  ' steamer ;'C.gWIOHAN"'  Sailing as und.r���������  Leaves VaucoaTer, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Sunday dam  Arrival Cujao;,  Sunday 8am  Ke'.uruing:���������        tt  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4pm   .  _, Le������yes_Uaion_^jjdjiy^pm '__  Arrive* Nenaimo, Sunday 11 p m  Arrives Va_couver Monday 7am  Stage learee-.Uoion -for Cumberland every Sunday mor_}-]g on arrival pf --COW-  ICHAN;".a_d leaves Cumberland Hot������l  at 1 p m, 09nneg|lug with eteau-or (ft  Ueion.. N  VALPTNOW/      ;  Tlio toll conducted 1-y the Latitat of the Maccabeus wn-s- very  UiictioBaful, and n very enjoyable  evening yfp-a Bpont wu)l on past  (ho "wee hour* of tl)o ii|ornjng,"  ��������� A tarty pf yoiii|g fo)ks met'. nt  (ha'itdine of Ifr. and Mm; W.  llotlg������"it aity spent a vory enjoy,  able evening tuni wotulind thu ol<J  yew glide" away," also welcoming  (he grand New Year.  ,-., -,. m ��������� '������������������-  Messrs Brown ifc Dunham a^sis.  (ed $?, J. ^y.McKenzie ui ilU-  juwinjf of a turkey on New Year's  ���������J-rwoing.   whioh wns vury tuuch  Wfi}9*t  **���������*_. ,t#*>>-������ $*em, ���������r*X*rmm' mm   S(V, Ulan Aiol^od reti*,rn������d (o  ���������>wfiW**7 .ty ?n''������^v'*������l'nnt-������,vwy  iioily welootning Mm ,,nc-< ****.*'**  |lo ii iotoHing hale am{ liearcy  after liii lUiieaa,  Qijti|borlai)*4,  to.  B.C.  pnoi!  I It J* to i%a advantage I  lot every housekeeper  li| ������ana4e4o uaa tbem  j IKsffteaffctaK Powder.  Gl.U>tt'������ Pertumed {.ye,  lnperlel Daklne Powder,.)  OHlett's Cream Tartar."|  I Royel Veeet Cakes.  dljlctt'e Menueotta Blue.  Magic Baking Soda.  Olllett'9 Wa������hlnj Cryetel. |  MASS FOR OVER  ���������JO YEARS  {Eel|lliilt������d lt*3)  E. W. 01LLETT CO, LTD, Toronto. Ont  ��������� All lo&il items of a b������sip,_ss  yaturft will fc, charged for & rt������  standard rate of jojj. a U������e*  STRAYED��������� On* ^fer,   %  years old, white, little red around  the neck; owner enn have sanije by  paying fw tlj"i| notice and expense.  .     JOHNfJPRQY.  Temperance Meeting.  A Temperance Mass Meeting in  t-ie interests of the Proposed Local Option Bill will be"held in the  Oity Hall, on Thursday, at 8 p.  m.* Mrs. C. Spofford, of Victoria,  President of the Provincial W, C.  T. U. will be the speaker of the  evening, Mrs. Spofford is recognised throughout the Province as  an able speaker. Music, will be  provided. A collection will be  taken in the interests of the work.  * FOR SALE���������Seed potatoes,  Norontoiu Beauty, sixteen days  earlier than earlier than Early  Rose, an immense yieldei*. 'Price  5c. per pound; if by mail add pos  tage. Larger }bto at reduced prices. All .#rd$r8 will receive my  prompt attention,���������D. Ryan,  Qoiuo*,'B.C.  ,       "* *        l  R. Grant, jr., iJndjwife .arrived  home from Victoria by Wedues-  aay,s boat.  ���������i  Funeral Djrec-.  *��������� '��������� *    '  tor  and  Em-I  balmer     ;|  ���������mttiHeWt��������������������������������������������������� !  ,,-i   * jm"- " '   I  Hottficr      Rttlelti-ff    ||c-  1  itc*wln������ 11 f?qu^tdjatlone |-  Car������*f^ll-y Attcu e'  '  . NOTICK. ,  Af>pl oatlooa fvr tbe position 0 J������nlb>n  for the Oumberiand Publio Sohool, ^iting  Salary required, will Ih) rooeived up t*  DaoM 190ft,  Tbe snnooMfal applioant'must put In  al| (JflfHi In window! aud keep finoe in re-  pnia when requir6\| aloug with bin other  dittloi*,  ��������� T, H.OAllBy.  Km. nonfd of So))oo| Truitees  ^A^AIMO   "MOHTWKmUT  110.XHH PEFEATED MERHU  piKLDlKTriK! TWENTIETH  HQUND  T'������<> -prtw^rfnl su'lurrs with tliM  right n������i1 li>ft tl-lxeclt**^ l,y Kt,l?*y tn  ���������pnuii title o( Mu|'i'if|i*l*4,i uncovocid  liuud ������HUt tl)o Victor^ hid \q (lie  floor iu the. Init  in|n\Ho  qf t)|e  Upilti'vili lutilivl n! Ukt ','Jey\'\ Kox  ing match it t.he A,> Q, I). Wr  llall, Shortly after tip cotn\t had  ftarteil t)|e fitl|en pngjll-tt atiuubfed  to hii feet, 1-nt'the chief pf police  reft^M^ to a\h\vt wry fustier ex-  clivigeilu wlia(h������d toejn qn? til  thti olaeil(iit boiita the lo-cM f������m  havo wen farmw * long mpntlt  i\ml I^jfortio U*>vy gave (he d-jci*.  1111 up joti (0 tne luKh hut front ^an-  The W.O.T, U.w������l impxt af, *fU'������; W' *���������*������!<* '��������������������������� w������i������N  the J4������(hodlit Par#������������g������t on Mtlon among (Ihi majority Hrpw������������  Thursday afternoon ** ft:80 *M ������* ������h������ '��������������������������� ���������"��������������� tliali>t������uoiiel������  uNiock. A111^^ ���������ni'rm^ ,u Wk..rtM������ri,������������*J������������^fWw iiunrl.  W.c. T, U. WQrfe ������W e>r������liaiiy Uy ^eet������d.^Cyloni������t  Dec UOth  \\iviti (0 be W*WV *\\t mwt AZ^L  ������:���������,,,  Ur,.   Snoffard,   lite   iVofioeW     ������r, mi UtM. T HvVWwi ar  1       ���������' lU'^i Wm ty wedrtvn'^������ boat,  J|iRuary^Roljnd���������Cun.  The Ne\y Year nutnher of Rod  and Gun appears as bright and  intejptji ing (>������ ever. The long and  varied list of-the January issue of  this magazine, which is published  by W. J. Taylor, Woodstock Out.,  js in keeping svith jhe position ta-  ken and so thoroughly well main-  itained by this leading Canadian  "publication of outdoor Jifp;    Ex-  ���������ploring nnd pioneering stori-)^ km  ���������intermingled with hunting nml  fishing yarns of the best, all redolent of the woods and the actual  and far above, from the apor'ts-  tiian's v{(3u/ point, the averngo of  such ponti'ibntioiu. In addition  there are many short but intereit-  ing pHjierS; on various phases of  life in the open, nil of the deepest  interest to the over-iti-reasing  arjijy of'gi|ijh devotees, The game  laws for tiie past year, tho eiforts  at improvements and the changes  made froin the subject of an interesting article, while an illustrated c -omit of the Survey of the  Selkirk* should bring vividly  home to Oaniidiatis fioino of the  wondom of (Iiprq monntitru regions. The Voyagos of tho Vikings is a divo into tlio oiirly history of Oitnadinn exploration,  while ii story of tlio experiences of  pionuors |t| the Ontario bush may  be tisoliilly read nt the fame Umbo th doing soiiiOvhlng to plctitn*  those days which are iq, far off  when n>eas|ired ty luhuil progress  but near In thn history of a now  country. Whatever inclination in  dividual iportatnen may follow,  they conuot fail to ilud matter of  Intei'Mt to tlietuielvei |n thin iiuni-  Iwp. ,"  The nomination for the Nana-^  imo bye-election for a member to  fill tj)p seat .vacated by Mr, Hawtbornthwaite who resigned in orden  to run in the Dominion .election,  will be held on January 9th. The  election will follow in "a few days.  Mr. F, O, Peto has been appointed  returning officer "and from his  long experience in such matters,  no doubt, ho will give every satisfaction. Mr. Thomas Taylor, M.  P. Pi, was sworn in Tuesday as 11  member of the ministry. The bye-  election, rendered necessary by hits  acceptance of the office will take  /place__on__January-^h.r^HeraId._  CARD OF THANKS.  Editor Nkws.  I wisl) to thaul;  all  thoBe  win  have so kindly assisted me,  since  at ���������  the loss of my house nnd contents.  both by*contribnting ulothi.ig and  money.' I  appreciate the' -kind-  uobs and symyathy shown to 111}  family and myself, and  thanking  yon nil for tlio fueistunQO funJurod,  which hat" betm much appreciated,  I am,  yours respectfully.v  David JJ-JNukn.  The winners of the tno prices at  Cimpbell ..Bro-*., on. Xmas Eve,  w,re Mrs. Sam Williams tu.d Mr������,  Hugh Miioholl, with numbers 23go  an-41259.  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA,  Gavital. ���������3,900,000  HasEBVE, ���������.^00^00  Aaajpn,  ���������46,404000  'Money Orderp-  HAtm.,  19 aq4 under        ��������� ICenta  Over  1*5 and not exceeding $10 .   *S Cento  Over 110 and opt je^oe^ing WU     lh Cents  Ovor |30and uot exoeedingICO     ISO^U -*���������  Tbeaa Money Orders are payable wrmoyp cost in any  Bank iu Canada. - / .      ,      .  \  Obartorod  Invest Addpd Four Tunes a Y������������-  in Savings Bank.  mmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm���������mmmmmm^mm^mmmmmimmmmmmmmmm^   mmmmmm  A B.NETHERBY, '**������*  ^t*  .���������*������'���������  1  "*���������������������������!  t  I* i )  ��������� r  ��������� mrnmrn mm* 1* mm ��������� pw ��������� 1  K, AIDA  Merchant  TAltOB^  ���������^*^ef*������������WBFH!e<������*������p^ii  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS GQR&H TO   OftQBft UNO  lfi ANV STYliH VOU CtllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  '*-  i .*?  rm  .������<>���������������������  SS*.',  plightPrice'furnitureStdrel  We tfa now showing partioaTar valueiin WallPepbr, 1900 pattern,-.'  Linoleun,b, Lace Curteini, Rage, Blankets end Comforteta.    A  full Hue.ot Sideboards, Buffet!*, Chine Oabiuets, Dressers apd  StandB, Musio Cabinets, and- many other artioles of caceptional  values as Xmas prerents.    3  During the month' of Deoomber every d >llar left In our shrp, oi  thar on account of tor o������sh, will entitle yon to one qhancs for tho  Big Prize**, now ehowiig in our window, to be drawn for Xmas Eve.  mam  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  (ml ^.,-4, v������"^  - "-"' *C'I  ���������j, r, *H  ij-FAA  ������������������^  '?'J������*���������,,  ' ���������<'lr.J  ���������vJt  1>  J^r, W>ice McPl.ee'lHft for  Viindoi|fer al������o pr. T. J* MoPlw  Joft for. Prl|jee l^npert ar-Jerapmdr  |ng CltrjitlHal tyltit tlieir pHfo������H������  hero.  Masonic Installation.  Tho. regular installation of  Cnmberlnnd Lodge, N.o,2fl, A, F,  <_A, M,, was held at Mason iu  Hall, on Bt, John's Day, Dae, 88  11)08, when Past Dist, Dopt,  Gr.nid Matter Clinton assisted by  P. M'������. ^aird, Thornton, Parnliam  iiodsou, Carey and Rickton, in-  ������talle������l the following offloeri for  lUUOl- .  \Y-M. pmJ Pickard, |, ?xl\.  John Matthews 8, W. Tho������. I|ud-  ooii, J. W. Jaa. A. Oilleanle, M,  D., Tn**i Jtnu, Oalrd, P; Af*;  See'y *J, W. Oookt, 8. 0. Fr������|k  llaiMny*, J. D., A. H. NethetUy,  Itinera., Kobt. ^ihoii) Tyler,  *T, IT. Carey P. Hi Stawarda,  W^MerrifltMMJ. P- Win-  Council Meeting.  City Oounoil met on Wednesday, Dec, 80. Present���������Mayor  Willard, Aldorraen Campbell, Hate  McDonald and MoL.o.1. MlnutcR  of^revlous meetings, read, adopted  and signet].  Communications���������From Comox  0'i-operative Socioty asking that  tnonoy token by U. Cooper be io-  turi.od to said Sueloty, Moved  and ������icoud*d,that cominiinlcaiion  bo re. oived and filed and requo*i  granttd, From Or. Fagan, Govern  muni HPAlth OlBct-r, aetkiog (or a  copy ol health loport. Movevl and  si'OoiiiJfld, that he receive a nupy o(  eame,  UilU and ftOoounls���������Heiilth Of  licor,#62.50; R.Horn*J������ oundrle^,  ��������� 13.00J Cumberland Newi, f'^OO;  C. H.Tarlti 1, $Q.Q5; Byron Crawford, 187 80; K, Uraut k Co.,  160 40: iCdward Hunt, $3^j T.E,  Unnki, 117.60; UbO. Bvevens, $35;  J. T. Palmer, 15; I'. 1'. Harriion,  110; Tupptr and Uriltin, $10: J.  dt-eveiiBoii, $5 60. ���������       '  it wai moved by Alderman Mo-  Donald and seconded by Aldormnn  ���������MoLeod that the Counoi^ inte/view  Mr. Wm.&lo*n,M.P, with .efer-  e.ico to grant for building ������| post  offloedrain. Mr. Sloan waf i������en  and promised to do whet he could  and aUo ordered that the Clerk  send bim at Ottawa n copy uf all  corrospundance f egardlng same.  f. Partridge was uppo'otwi to au  dit tbe books for the year 1908.  t it waa noted and tetomled that  ibt Cleik m������ko o*N*sfary arrange-  menta (or ibe holding u( Munici^l  Rloctionf. Mr. A* MoKionon was  appointed Returning Offkttr.  Aldeimon Bate and MoDooald  then towk np tha rtvi.inj. oi tbe as  ������aff������H������l roll br IW*  Thr������ hrlng no. forlhor h^lf  J. H. COLLINS  A. MoKINNON,       ��������� Manager.  ������ *        --  Now Come arid-See ||  What 1 Have Got 1  That is good, durable and fancy in the line of Xmas and  New Year's Presents.   All my lines  are now complete in  everything.   Iiiow, take this opportunity of thanking one,  and all of niy customers in the past, aud hope to serve them-  '���������better than ever in the future,  MoLEAN  KNGIUVING ON ALL PURCHASE-) DONE HIKE.  )������@x3x_xskxs>(^^ <smii>(*y$mGmmsmm^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������*>������������������������������������������      *<ee)91t99+  Whil������ in Cumberland Deal WitH  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh aud Salt Meatsaud Farm Produce  . All Orders Promptly Delivered,  RI WobitetS Mar^aier,  X  I.- k  t"   T Iff*  ,\}������*%  ������������������"i'Ai  ".,.;������.'*'  '' ������'i'  :.*,i*f*  MAROCGHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  mmmm,         "" 'J'"' *"��������� ���������  Agents for Uuiou Hrewiug Oompauy'g BHER and  PORTSR,     Wholesale Dealers lit all Kinds pf  Wine* and Ll-quor*.  @rvN  SECOND    STREET  J  $250  Given  in  Prises  cAway  every  month absolutely *HHto������  with  ROYAL   STANDARD  FLOUR  Every 49 tbMck of ROYAL STANDARD |������M>UR leaving  our mllli cwtaln"������ nwmbored coupon On tht lait day of each  mouth xo uumbcrs will he drawn and published In the firat ol lame ol this paper following. To each ont holding the duplicate  of th������Mi uumVew, we vrill, npon tht itturn to iyr of the coupon  de\lv������rl������t of all charges to auy addreaa, ������ HAND-SOME CHINA  PJNNER SEt ct ioj piect^vtlnt *t$mt  ���������;��������� t������nll pt^towlaraon tht hick ot t*cb toUpott. BEGIN SAV-  |NQ THEM f O^DAY. RBMBMBHR Wt fuarantet every  jack of Royal Standard to ha tb$ purwt, iwtttut and moit wholfl  wniehTea-iQotir oo tbe market    JUpuCattnttd only by  Vancoover Mflth| i Grain Co., Ltd


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