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 r-���������       ������ '��������� ���������: ���������* ��������� "  0  m.  '���������--v*^  A Journal Devoted 13speclaf5y, to tlie Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   JUNE _, 1908  ���������;'.������������������ Subscription I2.00 a Yeas,  A Novelty and  Money  fl tyED IiETTE$  ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������  pull  Particular's'  1  j Simon Leiser&Co.,-Ltd  1 ^mwBiittmiiHHwiitwsnuHariiantamMmniiiffiM i:wn miuiiiwra wiHwutig*_i*;i-umwi������tiHimiiiiaBiiuimtiHtn-l  ftft**Mft*>Ma*ft*?  Entertainment..  For Every Home  ���������By Put-chasing an���������  Edison : Phonograph  1000 Records in Stock  for you to choose from.  f^MAROCCH! BROS.  GROCERS   Bi   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  "Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER, and  PORTER,     Wholesale Dealers' in all Kinds ofr  Wines and liquors.  SECOND    STREET  GiEM PHONOGRAPH  $16 50  ���������SYA10DARD PHONOGRAPH '33 50  HOME PHONOGRAPH.................... 45 00  We sell the Phonograph and Records  atthesame p**-lce as they -are sold all ov-  the world. We are *o}e agentstorCum  ber-lJanci snd District. Records' rtrfe sold  at 4Qc.������s*tch. CASH ONLY  STORE  T.-E. RATEp-  Cumberland  MEN'S LADIES *nd CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES aud SIZES  Groceries S������Xk8?~,tf5E Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods,  Dunsmuih Avk.  CAMPBELL BROS.,  e  E  IOEU  EXCEPTIONAL  Hosiery Values  \  Just arrived DIRECT from one of  the largest hosiery mills in GreatBritian  a complete range of Ladies Misses &  Childrens Hose  Ladies Black Cashmere Hose from  2 s cents per Pair.  Childrens Ribbed Cashmere Hose  6 told knees���������a splendid line iur School  wear from 20 cents and up.  Boys 11 cavy Ribbed VV ool Stockins,  in all sizes from 6 to io inch foot. 25  cents per pair and up.  These are the best values ever offered  in Cumberland.  J. McPHEE & SONS  hi       Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, H. C.       hjj  ^Ag> fmniM|i*|W| fMHMHM| frsamrmmsmranmrewmmAaT  ^*e\ B    111111 in**-9h_- Mmmmemmmmmt. ^JLmmmmmmmsmmlle*^  *City Council���������-i  IRogular meeting of City Council hold TuotHluy ovening Uuy  20tk. tddermon present, Bute.  Campbell, Horwood, llc'Lood, and  tho Mayor. Minutes of proviow-  meeting rend nnd accepted. Con-  #4ablo Wilson's report colleotivuiH  for Miry, e^avongur ������99,50, dog  tvt-$UMt ww������d tax $2S.l)0, polico  court SU.00 hall ront #1.30, re-  ceived and filed,  AceomitR���������H'lfotrio light ?8t1.25  R,"Grant & Co., $9.0a B. Crawford $10.20: received and refoirod  to Finance Committee.  Mnttor of donation to Anti-Tu  borculosis Society laid   ovor till  uoxt night of meeting.  The Mayor and City Clerk were  authorized to make arrangement-*  with the hank for ovor draft to  pay May salaries.  Row I tax collections to dote  $204.50,  Alderman Horwood moved that  notices Ik* [Misted on Bate'* cornel*,  b'liilt and jM������������t oiflee, stating that  all road lax l������e piiid hy June SiOth,  otherwise aulion will he takon  w!ili"iit fnrtlier notice; tuieoiided  by Alderman Uate, and ctfriod,  Alileriuitu li������te moved .that a  vote of thanks he tendered Mr,  Oiorge Clinton for bin courtesy  in cillccting-CIty pull tax in piit>t  vi*tir������. M ('nmrmnv't* HhY*--, fee.  ended by Alderman Norwood and  cjirried.  Tlic Aldermen discussed the  question of putting in tile ur cedar  Ijox drain. There being no further business, tlio Council inljimrn-  ed.  :e~winner*^-.  on Victoria Day  n  We are getting aioely settled in  our new premises and nave pnt in a  fine line of  In Hats,  In Clothing,  In-Boots* Shoes  Your inspection invited.  J. N. ricLEOD Dun6muirAvonue'  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������ ��������� ��������������������������� ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$������������  Siddall,   The   Tailor,  i%as opened ^Business in McLeQd*s_Store._ '   Cumberland  _ ^____    _  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ist $6.00 2nd $3.���������ist Walter  Woodhus, and Gc-orge Brown.  Needle-threading race���������Prizes  S5.00 and $2.50���������ist R.Grant,  jr., 2nd John Cameron.  Ladies' race, 50 yards, Prizes  $5.00 aud 82.50���������ist EUeu Reese  3rd Jean Walker.  Foot race, confined to,city and  O.Harrison, value #5,00  Foot   race,   one   lap,   open,  prizes $6.00 and #3.00,���������,tsl  R.  tfhe following is the list of Somerville, 2urf E, Clarke,  thoso who carried   off prizes at *.    Foot race, roo yt\sx open, prizes  $5.00 and $2.50.���������ist T. Hudson,  2nd O, Harrison.  One mile tcani race, 4 men,  prize $10.���������Won by Mixtures.  F. Watt% the  photographer, will visit Courten  fay on the 4th Thursday aud will  stay-Ull the 12th, aud will the*  revisit Cumberland fox one  week only and afterwards will  go to Union Bay.���������-F. Watts.  ���������" P. P. HarnBoh Barrieier will V*  a^t .Ui'i������'.o{|_i,:.QA- Qir j-bout the 16 th..  of Juno >   ;     ���������'--.:  the spurts held in- Cumberland  cm Victoria Day;  *. * "  Shooting match, 8 a in., prizes  1st S9.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $3, 4th  .*a.oo���������ist T. E. Bate, 2nd F.  Parks aud C. Gannor, 2nd E.  Skinuer, 4th E. Etude.  Baseball tourmuueut, 10 a.m.  prize $75,00���������won by Overs ol"  Cumberland.  Itootball tournament, after  baseball, prize $25��������� ist wou by  Jolly Beggars; 2nd #15 won by  Mixture*.  Boys' foot race,  8 years and  under, 50 yards prizes ist *ioo,  and 750, 3rd 50c.���������ist John Bono, aud Alf. Boyd, 3rd Alexllor-  ual,  Girls' foot race, 8 years and  under, 50 yards prizes ist $1.00,  and 75c, 3rd 50c ���������ist Mamie  Potter, afld Agnes Potter, 3rd  Hazel Whyte.  J-kiys' foot race, 12 years and  under, 75 yds. prizes ist I3.00,  aud $ a.oo 3rd $1,00���������2st T,  Boyd, aud John Walker, 3rd W.  Thompson.  Boys' loot race, 16 years aud  under, 100 yds, prizes m #3.00,  and $2.00, 3rd Vi.oo, im Harry  Grieve, 2nd Willie Coe, 3rd Ed.  die Hundcn.  Girls' foot race, 13 year* and  uuder, 75 yds. prizes 1st $3.00,  and 9a.oo, 3rd $1.00���������ist E.  Struibtrs, aud Nellie Robinson.  3rd Dollic Ramsay.  Girls' foot race,  16 years and  Mrs. J. Comb   who has  boo**  visiting her drughter,  Mrs.' Mat  Pioroy, for a few weeks,  loft   foj  her home in Seattk) hy Saturday'i  boat.  Maj 27th. 1908���������Meeting in  City il.dl;W. Willard in tho chair  KiiwJ report of Secretary for  Bjiorts May 25th, Ueport accepted  as read.  Reguhuy moved and seconded  that thu balance of $15,00 bo do-  rated to a foot ball giune to he  played by the young lads of the  City and Campn, under 18 years  of age.���������Carried.  Constable Wilson returned fro.it.  an 'official trip to N������w Westmiu-  stor by Monday's boat.  Mr. and Mrs. T1h>s. Bickle ant  daughter returiMid from a holiday  trip to Victoria Wednesday's liont.  LADIES of THK MACABEES.  Mr. and Mrs, Thoi. Haggard  returned home last week aftor aV  tending tho funeral of Mr. Hag.  gnrd,s Mother which took place it,  Wellington.  Jlrsi, Dnncan Thompson an4  son aiiivad home ou Friday'uIxni  from Nanaimo.   ��������� m    1 ������������������������*  Tlw Com������m (Jroarnery \\ajva \e-  Mallod a new cnirtbiiiulion chuta  ami butter workor which le giving  xplendid Natisfaction.  Mr** Piket i������ g*i������n^-, to ceie.  br������tc ihe ���������li.viun'jr of her m*w  > ic cr am ami rciit'limcm [m-  Aon ������u ;is. l'.\,<- cv.: : ,, k*y  j hoi liuu a dance in the Cumbci-  j Ifnd hall,   lwerybody wekonie.  A most successful concert was  held  mi   the   Agricultural hall,  Coiirlenny, on the  evening  of  May 25th, uuder the auspices ot  Comox Hive, No. 16. The names  of tho������c to whom the Hive is iu-  dt-btid for a most enjoyable even  iug's   cntiMUiniueiU ure as follows: Mmdnmes Andrews,  Urak-  stock,   Williams,   Miss  Tudor;  Mesurs   Hurhrd,  Kodie,  l*anw,|n vnvy |,ir)fp t���������rn ,���������,,  Hill, Koy   and  Andrews.    Mrs.  J. C. Kemp'  D.S.C., spoke enthusiastically  of   the   benefits,  Vtowth and stability of   the  Order.   Last but certainly not least  came the gtiard team of fourteen  girls under the able leadership of  Captaiu Knber, the way iu which  On Wnnday, May 84th. tbt.  Mawonic order of Cumberland an!  Courtewiy Lodg*"* pitrndad frntf  Coiti'tunay f^odg������ to th������ Presby.  t*������Ht*M ClHtrdh af Htiiidwiek,   witb  (1  they presented the several ptet-  under, 100 yds, prizes i������t #3.0... j ty drjijg was fl RrCill credit uot  4tul #1.00, :Jul vi.oo ��������� mi Mav. j i>������������ly lu ihe *UU ihtm^Uu, but  'ha Hunden, aud  Jean Walker, j to their leader.     Mr. Huriord  3rd Hlleti Kt������se.  Bnu aud nt-aclfcoiitrM, ist ^3  ami Sa y*l ft. i*i U. Fi.uuh*.-  h, and i.arry hunkan������t, 3'<i  CltarHeSc.'ivaido.  very gracefuliy did the honors ol  ch.tiri'.iu.    At I he tltix ot  iht-  piogranutit* ke cteaui an 1 *.* c,  were partaken  ot   and   a   j������ii������������������������i  round Hutu   was   artded   to   the  BOVRIL  Foot rave. * laps. open, jiriwjii HiVfN ireaiturv.  U indi������pen������ab'e in tli"  camp, nnd for ail  impromptu metis.  AJJ.liuV BOVRIL  to your canned meats  ������nd #.>upi aij note  the diffetcrtre.  aovna  si:.Jwkhes are  fioU I i'lmS* ������mS  hnAhatyn:*. m GauiW News  Issued Every  Tuesday by the  Comox  &   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  THK  NEWS/CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  mn  Hotel  TUESDAY, JUNE   2, 10u8..  SECRETARY    OF  SPORTS  REPORT OF COLLECTIONS  AND EXPENDITURES  ^Nauaiiuo S35 00  Union Wharf.... ai 50  Left over from last  ��������� year 40 25  MeLeod and Huu-  deu stands... 5 00  Cumberland. ,....268 75  Total collections...  ��������� e  *370 50  Expenditures  T. E. Bate,  rope..  1  50  n  00  Tarbell, balls ....  8  00  2  75  Stationery.... ...  75  liuus aud treacle..  I  00  T. E.  Bate,  bads  9  00  Climbing flag pole  5  00  Referee, .football.  3  00  "      "baseball.  6  00  Baud   68  35  00  Paid out in prizes.s  "55"   ���������~  Total expenditures  ��������� ���������  $35x 00  Balance ou baud...  * *  .. 19 50  To printing   ���������  ���������  ..    3 00  Balance on hand x6 50  Certified correct as read  May 27th, 1908  COAL MINK8 REGULATION AOT.  Mono* or ExAiinuTioNa,  NOTIOB ia hereby gW.o that male...  Wont- >������1>1 beheld (or lit, Sod ani 3rdCU*i*  Certlflcatu ot Cowpitenoy *und������r th* pro.  vWiot>i ot tbo "Coat Mtnu R-galetlonAoi"  at NftUklino, pernio wd Cumberland, on  the 16th, ITth tad 18th d*ye ol Juiia, 1908,  v������t (or 2ud mad 3rd U1*M Certificate  ot Oa-np*teney, tl Coutloe, on tb* 16th ud  17th day* of June, 1908, oommooelug aA 9  o'oluok i������ tbo feruooon.  Tho iuI>jmU will ba m lollowii���������  Pirn OlkM Cudld&tM-  Mlalnj Aot aad Byee!*! Rulei,  Mnn Oum,  VounUtlon,  OoninlWork,!  Mim Meo-tawy,  Smvoying,  *3aomi UImi Candidate *-~  MloUf Aot ana Upeelal Rule*  UIm (lutt,  -ywiilattoa,  Qenetml Work.  ���������Third Ulut Otndidttoi-  Miniag Ac ������od Rpeeltl Ituln,  Mine Qm. ��������� 4-*d Qui't������l WorV.  Apnlle*u.i -ii' bomodot'i thu andur.  4*rstg**'i rMHUr than Frtdiy, Juno 6th,  lOOt), kcar.wpkotod hy th* statutory lm, at  <olli-wm���������  By >n ������|>t>it������Mt lor Pint Claw Biamta*.  ���������*���������*������ $1000  D> au ������������������ .-��������� limit (or 8eeood CUm K**m-  tat'.bini $IO,oo  By ou wlktut tor Third Ultae Kiemin*  ' '���������*    ��������� woo  T ���������< ���������(���������(iiicol^rM nuil ha aooompa u������d by  *    wiMe f.r,d at ul'ioe tUt.������g tbaU���������  ,,,   !���������.  ���������   *���������������'������������������������������������ ������������������*'V,.tin������iMhrt ho  *'     * >*"������������������ ���������*���������<. .'i ha H ,������ai ft >rt|������'  "K*r ������������������������..'.��������� ������ht*ii.,iji,p%l vrorb-  ���������"���������i ':"-'i*.'.   M,-i i* ���������������*, I, ��������������������� twonty*  ���������i a������i!  ������ Cltdl.tf* (*T HrtSOud CH*M, th������l  *-������)���������,. *!������., t>im'M9*ri*M������������la  *u;  pm .iu4l wvrkt'ig ot a out)  SA-T^XTEX-   C.     D-fi_.-VTS,      Psopbibt.  English 4 X BOUTON always ou tap alw. tbe famous MILWAUKEE  BEKIU-W-Anhenaer, Bohemian, SobUte, Ac. "OLD GREY.BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beat Wmea and Liquora of all kinds,  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under tho immediate ������upenntendeooe of Mr-  Da vu, wiil b* loot a Firtt cUru in every respect.  HATES.  $1 oo per day upwards.  ^���������^e**^**-*^*****^************-^^-^*****!*^.  WALLPAPER   |  Kl Ci\-1 rGOODS &    -M r.xi .COLORINGS & IDE-  IN CW STYLES.        IN C WAS in DECORATION  The only -hiog aot high- elate about our magnificent oolleotion ie  the price. To see cost* uothing; to hnve it costs littlo. Borders  tame price per roll a* banging. A COMPLETE LlNB >f PUltNI-  TUUti and HOUSE FURNISHINGS. BEDS aud BEDDING,  LINOLEUMS and GARRET SQUARE8.  The light Price  Furniture Atore..  J. H. COLLINS, |  BEER  BEE  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionBreweryBeer  NOTIOB is hereby given that, 30  days after date we intend to apply to  the Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  the water and upon the lands known  as White Bluft Heservo, Comox District described j as follows : Com-  monciust at a post planted about 20  chains oaat from the west end of  Goose Spit, in Comox Harbour ;  thonce north 80 chains; thence east  80 chains; thence south 80 chains;  thence wost 80 chains to place of  commencement; containing about  640 acres, known as Claim No. 1.  Dated this 2lst day ot April, 1908,  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY IJMITm  G. F, Edwards, Ag "it.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80  days after date we intend to apply to  the Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospoct for coal and petroleum under tho foroahore and under  the water and on the lands known as  White Bluff Reserve, Comox District,  described as follows; Commencing at  a post planted at the south-west  eornor of Claim No. X; thonco west  80 chains; thenco north about 66  chains to shoro line; thence eastorly  following the sinuosities of the shore  line to the north-west boundary of  Claim No. 1; thenco south about 55  chains to place of commencement;  containing about 500 acros, and  known as Claim No. 2.  Da'od thin 21st day o( April 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY. LIMITED.   ���������  G. P. Edwards, Agent.  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B.C.  Men IFTi^tTrray-^tsy���������-  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  Nonft but the licut of Wines and Liquors  Jit the Har.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  T). Hurtden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  -AND-  Fruits  1 Stable 1  mm , ,  ���������' Hayman & Maxwell. ''*  ] J Proprietor!*.  ���������'TBAMSTKKS, ;-nd IJRAYM12'  'V'ilNOLK   and ' uoum,Tl   \ku.:  .iF.ir   HIRE.        ALL   ORDER.iZ  ..PROMPTLY   ATTENDED TO,,  , ���������MMiiMa<MMMWMHaaHMaiMHWMMaiaaaaHt.  ; j 3rd St. .M-.rlai.il |  ��������� ,mf/m j"i"n"r>n rriT'i"i"i"i-tntrwi*w  i*4\^m*J**>mt-mm*mmatM,m*y  O. H TARBELL    f  NOTICE is hereby givon that, 30  ��������� lays after dnte we intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of ljands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foroshoro and under  the waster and on the lands in  Comox Harbour, describod as follows  Commencing at a post planted at tho  south-east corner of Claim No. 2, on  Goose Spit; thenco south 80 chains;  thenco west 05 chains to tho shore  line; thenco about 25 chains northwesterly, following the sinuositios cf  tho shore liue; thonce north 05 chainr  thenco east 80 chains - to place of  commencement, containing about 630  acres, known us Claim No. 3.  'n7ufMlWB-2l9-da5r-ot-April,J.^t___  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY.  T.TMITED.  0. P, Edwards, Agent.  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  Marocctti Bros,  i*&W'+rr&<*-vrm*^^^^  [JUKAD, Ciilcai nnd Pien d������liv������r  ed dally to any part of City.  vw&m/pmiwxrmvw  rm' H0;!.l . Uromkn  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN IUTENSILS  i  Sportsmens Goods  aud  General Hardware  a*^m**)mi*a**smm^mmm\  NOTICE is hei-ebv given that, 30  >l������ys aftor dato we intend to npply to  tho Honorable the Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for conl and petroleum under tho foroshoro and under  the wntor and upon tho lands  in Comox Harbour, and described as follows; Commencing at n  post planted at tho south-went eornor of Claim No. 1; thenco oast 80  chains; thonco south 80 chains;  thence west 80 chains; thonco north  80 chaina to place of commencement;  containing, 010 acron, known rb  Claim  No, 4,  limed thii 21* day ot April, 1008.  VANCOUV13U     COAL   PROSPECT.  INQ COMPANY LIMITED.  0. P. Kdw������rdH, Ag������nt.  >i *.  , ,t t  "Wm y  (*>)  r  .r,\���������*.  <-l II . ..ul.hu tot Third 01m. tka%  h������ !��������������������� b*,, ��������������� )������Mt ta,,* y*m' tiy*ri*Mt  .'I.., *.!��������������� it t),* pt.c\h:.\ muthmatd a anal  edutt  <*.*/   ,  ���������������������������������  -u4.,*! it C*iU8*iU of Cm-  /t!������������e/ ������������ tiamaa..., Of.rnwa, Hbiitlww,  J"  -'rel*, -t SiM.tt*|i.W������. thr ll n^luwi ������  c������if-������%(������frMri ������ dat) ������Mtift������4 -MdiMl  j-mtUt -mix ������h.������i������f Sat, be hm takw a  ���������tt* .mr ���������nUhiiti watk fltti*.f dim, lh*  an.������fMw-i..tU, ta gift flm iMm mytmem  initmtei ia ������mI tate/ma, ������f������raiidat.  %rf mem m mm llmatd,  fluids a. ������Htra������io,  rmtnXaty.  fn-mM ft, OL, May m\ lt������%.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIUHT-'JLAHH  OANDY, FRUIT*,  Moth-ir.  At a motbonr meeting a yonng wom������  an rctiouutul witb noma prldo u num.  Iwr of prowrtM about luotlior*.  "���������It'a t-fldlor for a poor wotljor to  NOTICE ia boraby givon that, SO  ���������lays after dato we intend to apply ta  tha Honorablo tho Chiof Commissioner of \Miid* and WorkB for a It-  conce to prospect for conl and potro-  loum undor tho foroshoro and under  tho wator and or the land known uh  Whlto Jllun Uoaorvo, Comox District,  duHt-rlbod ns follows: Commencing  at a post planted at tho north-cant  comer of Claim No. I; thonco oast  80 chains; thenco uoutb 80 chains;  thonco west 80 chains; thonco north  80 chnina to tho placo of* rommonco.  uxint; containing 010 acres, and  known on Claim No, B,  Dated tbla 2lut day ot April, 1008.  VANCOUVER    COAL  PUOWPECT-  INO COMPANY, LIMITED  a. P. Edwarda, Agent,  NOTICE In horoby givon thut, HO  d(iyn nfter dato wo uiumd to apply to  Hluner of Liuicla and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and potro-  luiim under tho forowhoro and undue  tho wnUr and on tbo landa In Coin-  ox   District,   doRorlbod   ah follows  oaities of the shore line to the place  of commencement, wntatoing   about  90 acres, known as Claim No. 8.  Da.ed this 21at day of April, VM.  VANCOUVER     COAL  PROSPECTING COMPANY. LIMITED.   V  O. F, Edwudi, Agent.  NOTICE is herebv given that 30  tho Honorablo the Ohief Commis-  the H*6h6rable the ���������hief Commis-  conco to prospect for coal and petroleum under tbe foreshore and under  the water and on the lands  in    Comox District, ,   described  as follows : Commencing   at   a  post planted at tho south-west corner of Cluim No. 6; thenco east 80  chains; thence south about 65 ohains  to shoro line in Nelson District;  thenco wostorly following tho sinuosities of the shore to place ot commencement, containing about 200  acres, known as Claim No. 9, Comox Harbour.  Date .1 thi.- 21st day of April, 1908-  VANCOUVER     COAL  Pr.OSrECT-  INQ COMPANY, LIMITED.  G. P. Edwards, Agent.  NOTICE is hw rrivon that 30  days after date we intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foreshore and under  tho water nnd on tho lands  in    Comox District,      described  as follows : Commencing   at   a  post plnnted at tho south-west corner of Claim No. 3. Comox Harbour, Nelson District; thenco oast SO  chains; thence south 80 chains ;  thonco west SO chains; thence northerly following the ainuositios of tho  shore lino to placo of commencement  containing about 600 acros, known  as Claim No. 10.  Doted this 21st day of April, lfl08  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY   T 'VT'.-i*-a>,  G.P. Edwards, Age������t.  ��������� NOTICE is horebv given that, 30  days aftor date, I intond to apply to  the Honorablo the Chiof Commissioner of Lauds and Wcrke fer a licence to prospect for coal and petro-  loum under the foreshore aud under  the water nnd en tho lands in Comox Harbour, Comox District, described as follows: "Commencing at a  poat.plnnted nt tho north-west corner of Claim No. 7; thence south  about~60������chai!W;^tLo_ucs_west5 about  25 chains: theuco westerly foUowTngf  Iho sinuosities of tho shore lino to  tho mouth of tho Courtonay Rivpv  thonce easterly following the sinuosities of the shore lino to pl:>re of  commencement, containing about 275  acres.  Duted this 21st day of April, 1008  O. K. .Kdwaniii  Wsquimait ft taaima Ry  s.s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  VXOTOJRXA���������COWK33C      ROVTB  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, y a. ������ for  Nanaimo, calling rtt Croftor. Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenj fra.ght or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Wednsday, y a. m.,  for Union Uay Comox, and wa-, pons  Leaves Comox   Thursday  7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday, 7 n.-tn., lot  Union Buy Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,   7 a.m.,  for  Nanaimo and way ports.  SVils from Nanaimo Saturday, j p.m., for  ^Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LADY  SMITH   KOTJXE  8.S.     "JOAN."  Sails irom  Vancouver for  Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, .it   30 p.m.  'Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  duly, euxpt Scnuass, at 7 a.m.  ���������CO   (.X  NOTICE jb hercny given that, BO  dnys nfter date, 1 intend t> npply to  the Hon. Chiof OomrttissUnor of  ljands and Works for a licenco to  prospoct for coul and petroleum on  Ihe following described lands; Commencing at a post piautud on the  beach ������t the north-cant corner of tho  Indian Reserve In tfmnwx Harbour,  known as Section 4, Comox District,  bolng an Judlun Roaorvo, containing  155 acres.  u.iiou UiiP *.,l������t 'iiy of April. 1008.  C, G. BERNARD.  j;Cumberland Livery |  ::and Feed Stable...  I  koep noven cbliarctt Uian for levea Uonimenclng at a pout planted at tlm  eUlldron to keep a mother.' Thnt aad north-west comer of Claim No. 9 j  and atrllclng proverb," ah������ aold, "U thottte aouth 00 cbnlndj thonco woat  from tbo Swlaa, 80 chalnN to tho   ulioro lino; thonco  " 'A iuother*a lore la now avery day.''nort,t H0 chalnw;thoncu onat fill chaina  'Uo who will uot rolml bla mother will't0 lho 8horo '{n0' ,',,0������c<' following  ���������oin������ d������y havo to mind the Jollor,.t. M|l."*0"lti������������ ������t tlw aiiom to place  ���������IVtter Imm a rich fattwr thuu a poor ������L5D",monw',nen<" ������������nt������lnlnB about  mothor.'  'A father"* love la only Lnon  rOLLElATE   SCHOOl  FOR  "  1 ne Laurels,        Bfclr.hor  Victoria B.C,  Pttro* ������nd Vi.iiflr,  TH   IORU Bl.-HlOf OK OH.UMllU.  BOY4I *"  \A0 x  only linen  iloop, hut a mother-* rt������acli*n to th*  boart.' Ibvav provorb* ������rv nil Owman.  **TU# nibdoon any pootltmlly, ������Motbor  mlno, *vor mine, wbatbof I be rkb or  poor;  "The Votwtjana aays -Votlml tto  wbo haa ono call* bor. Ho wbo ban  none to lane* htn-.-  "Tbo rhitiomtana ������oy, 'A mother**  timid ih m>m ������j>������u mUu ',.. U'.'..,'.'  ��������� t       ��������������������������������� ��������� 1 *   ' "mi        1111      vuv        imu  "iJirJJlldiauhiiwaay.'MAttw meane^romox Dlatrict, dracrtlimi on <������.  ���������*���������������''*>*���������������������������        . IOti-iiiiieiicutK iti .. ;,.   1   ;,\tit-.r-rt  000 acruM, known nu Claim No, 0.  li ted thU 'ilmdtiy ot Aprd, 1t������f������.  VANCOUVER     COAL   I*nOHPK0T>  INO COMPA.VV, LIMITED.  O. K. 1 dw������rd������, Aiimt  N(/ri(.'E In hurob.- Riven that HO  days aflur (Into we Intond tn npply to  aioner ot Uxtidn and Work* for n li-  codch to i>rimpoi<t for conl and potro.  loum undor tho foroahoro and under  *    ������������������������������������>���������������    ������nd    on   th*    landa   In  ���������JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : AM,  KINDS .,.'..  V ^.NCODVEBr-N AN AJJMO  union:  "S. 3. Queen City" (O.P.K.)  Leave. Vauoouver, Sundty, 7 poi. Ar  nves tttNauaimo, Suudoy, II ���������>. n,,  Lueve������ Namiiuu iixida>, 3 a. ui. Arrives ������i Union, Monday, II ������. m. A nve  a(,Ccmi������, Meiiday, 1 j,, dj, ��������� Am  L'avo C*<n.ox, iYii������.iia>, 7 p. in.   A* rive  u Unio.., M������u������.^, 8 p. m.  ~~!KlvrUwiouTJTe'sfdi������j^.ft,,m,J_Atiit9_  M Nuwiuo, Tue,(l������j, at, 11.30 a. nt.  L-avM N������uaiiiio, Tumalay, *t I p.m.  Ar.'ivt ai Vancouver, lucwiaj, Wft^.m.  U..ilu,Ka W*i Voiu Vibta tintfn ������nd  lUSMstifcm litle.'.  TIME TABLE  EKFiCOTlVK  Oct.������l>������r    Ut, 1U07,  NORTH HOUND -U- d   1 u������'h  Pa-ueugej Train*  ��������� I.  Stilt'Oil..  Viotor*.,  ItUkMlll,  ���������Shawnlunn,  ii  Col.bl.* Rill,  C"wloh8n,  Kvkiilali,  Duuean'H,  tjom������uo.,  NVeitlmlbe,  Oliomainaii,  L-iiymriith,  South W������IIia|toD,  Naaaimo,  Wellington,  Onlly  Sunday  Mu. 1  W.td,  a...  Nu. ������  De xoo  Di*. 15 00  a **4  .(04  io 17  1(1.10  10.22  10 18  10 40  its SO  10 48  1(141  10 S3  16 47  11.00  10.-8  11.17  17.10  11.IB  I".'i'i  11 32  17 35  11,07  17.M  lit. IS  18,19  12.30  18.30  At 12,93  Ar 18 49  * m  ii wood  1 and Coal  Hauled  *��������� nunmiiuJr Avenue  -CUMHKRLAND,  B. C.  *H''|-'H,l'l'il"l"f"l4'H''Mi11 lit |<  SOUTH HOUND-Read Up  Viotoria,  Rumli,  tlltawnigiui,  i������  Cobble lllll,  Oowiehau,  Kokkilah,  Duuoan's,  Hem.DOi,  Weitbolne,  Ubtuaiaof,  Udy.mitb.  ii  Hooth W.llingtoe,  Naaaim*.  W.lltngton,  Ne,������  Ar. IJ W  1.02  lo Al  10.48  10.40  10.16  10 0(1  10 03  V.47  9 37  9.S8  D*. 9.00  Ar. 8.80  8.K8  8.18  D*.8.00  Mo. 4  18 65  18.61  17 35  17,80  17.1iU  17.08  17 m  18.68  18.48  18. SS  16.VU  D������. 16,1*8  Ar, 16.48  16.27  16 16  De, 16 00  nenr  the ni)iith*'������Ht    cor'ntr ot thr Indian  Nevtlty In C*ment Wall. W������*oTva,    Comox   Harbour;    thenee  Th������*ra ta a wall of content In f,o* Ao-'weat M chaina; thonco nortli   alM*ut  up  on* Mdt������ of  , ,.���������'-'i.  n'QO rhalnn: thenco ouaterly followlnn  100    acre*.  i.w  tl*a.\ Muter  lainu, i:iq��������� si. A., oxmnD  Aattitai by lbr*e tituAaatm al the Hoe-*-  a.iui Uaivtrkitt** mt Greet Britain ami Ca*.  ai*  V������lef eie mtm Un Wwder*.  +rupart* taaeUmt at Ire tare* wltfi  tee* *���������)*,' Wl'Jlnt*,  mwwtri  fO'in'i, kj'-m ittew,    fMetewtwxrgaf*  ���������Mi.  AFfLY 10 HKAt) HAlTfJU  INO  e*\ea which ahon*a  liuudlng ������wv \mm%\ imm* m... ..:-.''���������'!" i^tnt, th*) ������lnuonlt!oH uf  n*f*r IntrfidMt hy  tb# bu later     fje if������1*-cw- (,i un������ui^������.  bad wovw.1 bin bn������* of mntui oo to *ll0,,l  tbe ironni! to be ready for work and No< T*  waa thi-u called away on aotno otbet  Job for i day or two.   to thi- meantime on* of tbo very Infrequent ralua  cauw on. am! ee.eb anek tnmed into  ���������ton* under tlw ���������< tlou of tlw water,  ������n,l th# fit.He of tv������ aac-fc* Utentwlves  waa atmoii*. I l'it<������ tv cement eo thai  tt wo* luipo  l'.���������. t��������� rvuMre tt Coortp  Qoeutly eeti -,i,"; ���������,<*������ wrtxtcbt lot������>  tb* wall ai. if it b-i.l Im- n n bowfcter on  tt* lis* or an om atoo* wall   ivy  erere term taHbe* owl bemmd unmeet  etth mmreert w.*-. and artw * tlm*  tam ������father dl������i<*������e������t of ttm faM'iy  lackfrif. iff ten tlM- Marta mntM, t  wMk tlw I'l'pr*"* ot tl������������������ **r������it-e.    TU*  tho aYinre lino   to  .;.*;        fnntnlnlTir  known aa Claim  ���������' tem M* 21������t ilny of Aprlt.100*.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PltORPWffT.  COlll-ANV. LIM1TIU*.  O. V.Rdwarda, Aam.%.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LH'KNCE.  NOTIOK la liorahj -ilven Hint  onu month form dnte I Itittwl to  Rfiply tn llm faM*,a**iint<.uM.l cf  l'roviiifiwi iuii*^ Viuiii J.i, for ������ ro  iwwhI of tho lJui������: Litidico held liy  iiih for llio Union llytol, aituaM  ut iiniou li. tl,  ^ijtMtil-i HAvrft.f. Davit,  I)itt*d 2St1i. duy of April. 1008.  Thouinnd Mil* and Commutation Tic-  Mti ������n tale, good over rail and ntai.,*i  'met, nt two and one-hall c������nti per mil*,  t J>K������eeial train* and iitamcr* for Exeur-  iiom, and teduced met for parties may  be arranged foi nn application to the  Diit. ['an. Agent at Victoria.  The Company rturvei th* right to  thMilto without previoui notice,neamer*  imlmg datek and hour* of tailing,  liuur-.iim Ticket* on Sal* from and lo  ill &t������tvMr*������, good lur going journey S������t-  uiday und bnndfty, returning nut later  nan .viiiamy,  *��������������� W. THUUl'.iiem buy, U.V, C**t) i*r.  0.1, COUUniKY, Din. fn. k lie*. Ae.,  APPLKJATfON FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE ia hereh- tivon that UO  tl >s . * t- i '������������������ ��������������������� intond to apply to  the Ho/iorft)*t������* the <*hliftt fouim*.  ���������loner of I And* and Work* for a If  oanrm to \irem%teet for eoal *nd petrol  team under the fowwhrtne ami umter  the wnfer and on tha lamta in d'om-  o,    tMtrtet    d^rtt^l    aa lolU.wa.   hvU l������T Hie ft������t tW   SpJtltt   I������0  I ��������� ntM at trw   u   . ������    -. i        m    "     ?���������      i  NOTICK i������ iitreby given that  -i'~K mniiili fr"*n dmu I intend t������  ,;|)uly to tin* Su[������t*iimindettf ot  Proviiictnl Polict*, Victoria, for a  ticuuwal of tlie Hottd Licence  , ViTA  *r*iimrwn������*!a^ at a |������i*t  ,   i    ������).    ,, i-mi f. f|,   k    ,   ,*   l"[.r\'    **" ���������      O.  th*-nr������ mirth R'-mtt 40 thai������>a. th*ne������  5_f i-LlJ!?1 ? ****>***-*i r*nmt tb^^n\r^\yTle^^ ������Sth day of April ������9u8  frtO of eewe *ro*tte mt*r%a*.  Hiitct, duox fd on Com THE NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLOMBIA.  P.PHILUPS HAMON  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Publlo  Conveyancing  CuE-Brland    B.O.  When in Cumberland  8TAT AT THE..........  VENDOME. A  ���������9*   All CoMVKNiKKoi-a roa Guests  Ihr Bar h Suppukd witu  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. E.BANNER MAN.  *mT4  cS  ������  at  a  [Continued]  CHAPTER Til..  |HDDT was on tbe station plat- *  form, walking up and down,;  looking about tub anxiously. ���������  Wo caught sight of each otber !  at the same time.  "HU therer .said he and Jumped for ,  roe.    "Gad-dog your little hide!" he;  eleeve end explaining to a lot of eastern folks that it wasn't Shadder'a  fault-gad hook it all! vHe waa tbe  beat, hootta", tootla' Bon-of-a-eea-cook  that ever bit a prairie breeze in spite  of this dam foolishness.  ("Tb*y cant make no "lord" ot  Bhadder!* hoUem Smithy. That is,  not for long. He's a man, Shadder is  ���������^-eta't efeer, yer d������������������d old ganglo  .legged.hide rack?  ?And Shadder never lost his patience  at all, though lt most have been kind  of trying,to be mad* Into sneh a holy  ,abow before tbe kind of people ha  need to be need to. All he'd say was,  'Bet yonr Ufa, old boy!* Well, lt was  right enough, too, aa Smithy bad  nursed him through smallpox one winter up ln the Shoshone* country and  mighty'near starved himself to death  feeding-. Shadder out of the slim grab  stock when the boy was on the mend.  'Still, aome people would bave forgot  thai     .  - "Bnt did yonr uncle Red get under  the Influence of strong drtakf Did he?  Oh, myl Oh, my! I wish I could make  It clear to, you. The vigilantes pot  nfter a horse thief once in Montana,  nnd tbey landed on blm tn n butt end  canyon, and there was all tbe,stock  with the brands on 'em as big as a  patent medicine nipi, as the lad hadn't  had time to stop for alterations.  Mrv7eU.' says they, 'what havo yon  got to any for yourselfT JBa looked  at them brands staring hits ln tho  face, and he btt off o small hunk of  chewing Ittt-chayl' Says bd, "Gentlemen, I'm ot a losa for words!* And  tbey let him go, aa a good Joke la  Worth Its price ln any man's country.  I'm ln that lad's fix. I alu't got tbe  words to tell you bow seriously drunk  I was on that occasion. I remember  putting for what I thought was tbe  hotel and settling down, thinking there  must be a lulu of a scrap In tbe bar  room from tbe noise. Then somebody  gave me a punch ln the rtbs and aaya,  ���������Where** your ticket?' and I dont  Know wnat t tald nor what he said  after that, bat lt most have been aU  right Then lt got light, and I met a  lot of good friends I never saw before  nor since. Then more noise and trouble, and at last I woke up���������in a hotel  bedroom, nil right, but not the one I  was used to 5 went to the window,  heaved her open ami looked out ��������� It  was a bully morning and I felt AL  out In front of me that must bav#  come up during tbe night 'I'd like to  know where I am,' 1 thinks. 'But  somebody will tell me before long, so  there is no use worrying about thnt���������  tbe mam point la, have 1 been touched?*  I dug down Into my jeaus, and thero  wasn't a thing of any kind to remember me by. 'No,' I says to myself. 'I  alnt been tonctied���������I've been grabbed  ���������tbey mlxht have left me the price  of a breakfast'.   Well. If a a nice look*  c-jsa~tttrb&~pqt-ffly~rt^t-la  Ior a pension.  "I thought 1 waa book-  led to go without saying goodby to  fyou.   You got the note 1 pinned on  yonr aback?"  "Sure."  "Well, there's timo for a chtn before tho choo-choo starts. Thought I'd  be early, not savvying this kind of  I traveling a great deal. Darned lf yoo  ��������� alu't growed since I saw ynu! Getting  (fat too! Well, how's everything? 1  'didn't say notbiiw to the other boya  igbotit pulling my freight, a* I wanted  'to go sober for once. Yon explain to  ���������cm tbat old Red's head uiu't swelled,  ivlll you? Seems kind of dirty to go  off that way, but Tm bound for God's  country and tbo old time folks, add  aomebow I feel that 1 must cut the  , budge out of tt. 'Nother thing is I'm  aupersOtious, as you may or uay not  ifcave noticed, and 1 beliovo if you try  tbo same gam* twlcet yon'U got Jmrt  aa different results as can bo tbe see*  ond time. Yoo heard bow I hit tt In  tbe mlnoa, didn't you? No? Well,  that** so. Yoa ain't soon many people  oot oo th* flat have you?.-Homt 1  don't know principally whon to begin. Yoa remember Wind River  Smith's pardner that tbe boya called  Shadder, bocause ho was *o thin? Nice  fallen always willing to do you a favor or ny something comical when  you looat expected It Had kind of a  style with hlm too. Yes, sir, that*a tho  ijnan. Well, blm aod me waa out In  tbo Dead one day, boMlng a moss of  Oregon half bneds that waa to be  {Shipped by tnia, shortly, when old  Smithy comes -with the matl. ���������Lett**  iter yen, Shadder/ says Smith aod  passes over a big envelope with wada  lOf sealing wax all over ti Bhadder  reads hia letter aad fold* tt np. Then  .be takes a look over the oountry-the  kind of a look a man gives when toe's  thinking bard. Tben aaya he, 'Bed,  take off ypor hat' I dots It ���������Smithy,  take off yoor hat' 'All right,' says  SraltU, -Dot yoa tall m* why er I'll  soaks ths shirt off yoo to eqoar*  things.'  ���������"Boya,' says fhaddsr, Tn Lord  Walford.'  ���������"Lord Hetlfordr boilers Smithy,  loo'd hatter call somebody, ta to look  at your plumbing. What yoa baaa  drtnkln', Bbndderr  ���������"Read for yourself,' aaya Bfraddar,  and be, handed htm the letter.  "Wlah't yoo could have sera old  ���������Smithy's face aa he read it Ba  thought hi* pardner bad been oat ent  et hi* herd forever.  "���������If* the Ofxr* troth, Red,' aays he  slowly, and be had a aldeways smile  on hi* face as be turned to Bhadder.  ���������Well nlr,' nave he, *l sopposs congrat-  ulations are la ordarr  -tehtt'M������T'i������ baud t-lw**, eboil (m  Ua way to (he cigarette, and be looked  at ftmltby as If he *oo������do't believe  what he aaw.  "To hell with 'eror say* be aa aa?*  ex* aa a wildcat and he tabbed the  front ia and wbliied his cayoae about  <e*������ oa* too, heading fo* tt* raaeb.  ��������� 'Now yoo go after blm, you Jealoo*  old eorehead.' ������aya L <Oo on,' I rays  a* he etarted to arms tbe point V 111  spread year aoee all tbe way down  yoor spinal column!* The ooly Una  to *ay liar to me la when Via net  meaning what I aay, ao away- go**  Wtud Rlv������r, aad tbey made ft op  ell rtgtrt hi so ttcoe. WeQ, tthadd*  bed tn eeSl far fatflai* to take a  <M|atat at tba aaceotrel eetatas, aod all  af ee waa light heiw at 1Mb atafloo te  awhlmaC. Lord, tt asems a* tf that  aapfMed l*ot worMl Wei, It tart  ��������� UtUi Ut Out ������dga off aay nnd art  Arnntta a raaeb aa aa tastttatfoo had  erereeeo before. T_*r*wa*ofd Smithy  trytef aroaad, wtf*af Ma ajo* ee Wa  "Uorv't yonr vootcb and thr txtt of vour  valuable*."  lag country, anyhow f So down I  walks to the oDlco. A cheerful seem*  lac, plump kind of a man wa* sitting  behind the doek. 'Qollor says he,  glancing up nnd ������mlllog as I came In.  'How do you open up thi* morningT  ���������"Somebody saved me th* trouble,'  says 1, 'I'm afraid I'll have to give  you tbe strong arm for breakfast'  "Ue grinned wide. 'Oh, It ain't* u  bad as that, I hardly reckon,' ssys be.  Ue dove Into a aafe and brought out a  cigar box.  ���������* 'When a gentleman's In the oondl*  Uon you waa in last night' he says, 1  always make It a point to go through  hi* clothe* and tako out anything a  stranger might flod useful, trusting  that there won't b* no oflTeuae the next  morning fler*** your watch aud the  rest of your valuable*, Including tbo  eaah. Count yoor money aad see U  If* fhrht'  "Well, slrl I was on* happy man,  aad I tbaotaf tlmi Uik-i um 1 thumbed  ever the bills, but when 1 got up to a  bimdrsd aad seventy t begun to fool  qoeer. Looked like I'd made good  money on the trip.  ���������"What** tbe matter?* aaya be, ae*  lag my fee*. "Nothing wrong, i bopof  ���������"Why. tbe watch and the gun aod  tba other thing* is all right' aaya _,  ���������bat rm now ISO to the good, aven flf������  Bring that I didn't spend a cent which  ain't tn the least llktly, and bare-a too  dollar bflla eooogh to make ��������� be*-  epread left over.'  ���������"tahawr aaya be. -Warn* tti Vre  mixed ytfttr plunder np with the mh>  baai*y    ^^W0%^wS#**w_e     Wlfti    "%ws*eew    ���������as    ai    ememj  ���������am* time. Tea and him waa bound  ta UM at lift, aad thea yoa both  tamed to to ttak me. aad what wltb  keeping yoo apart and holding yoa off  aad taking your valuables away frota  yiM aU ut lb* same timo, and tne ������n  alone bars, oa tt waa the eight maa'a  day off, Vta mads a blonder of It  iaet take yoor chaos* out of the wad  .and call for a drink on me when yoo  feel like It will you?*  "I said 1 would do that: and; moreover, that ho was an officer and a gentleman and that I'd Btay at his hotel  two weeks at least to show my appreciation, no matter where it waa,  bat to satisfy a natural curiosity, I'd  like to know what part of tbe country  I was at present Inhabiting.  ���������"You're at Boise, Ida.,' sayo art  'one of the best little towns lu the  best little territory in the United States  of America, including Alaska.'  *"Weir-saj������L 'Well'- for again  I was at a loos tor Words. I had no  Idea Td gone so far from borne. 'I believe what you aay,' says I. 'What  do you do round these parts?*  " 'Mining,' says he. 'You're Joat In  time���������big strike lu the Bob Cat district Poor man's mining. Placer, and  durned good placer, right on the top ot  the ground. The mining gentleman I  spoke about ia having his breakfast  now. Suppose you go ln and have a  talk witb him? Nice man, drunk or  sober, although excitable when he's  bad a little too much or not quite  enough. He might put you on to a  good thing. I'm not a mining person  myself.'  " Thank*,' says I and In I went to  the dining room.  "There was a great big, fine looking  man eating his bam and eggs the way  ,1 like to see a man eat the next morning. He had a black beard that was so  strong It fairly jumped out from his  face.  " 'Mornin',* says L  "'Good morning, sir!' says he. 'A  day of commingled lucent clarity aDd  vernal softness, ulu't it?'  " 'Well. I wouldn't care to bet on'  thnt without going n little deeper into  the subject.' says 1; 'but lt smells good  It least���������eo does that ham and eggs.  Mary, I'll take tho same, with coffee  extra sirohg.'  " 'You have doubtless been attracted  to our small but growing city from the  reports���������which are happily true���������of the  inexhaustible mineral wealth of the  surrounding region.' aays he.  " *No-o���������uot exactly,' says I; 'but I  do want to hear something about  mines Mr. Hotelman out there (who's  a gentleraau of the old school lf ever  there lived one) told me that you might  put me on to a good thing.'  " 'Precisely,* says be. 'Now, sir, my  ���������.niuMf- Is' Jongs^^ACTmeinnonG^ Jones���������  and my pardner, Mr. nTBrnlfBTl8~3ff  a business trip, selling shares of our  mine, which we have called "Tho  Treasury" from reasons which wo can  make obvious to auy Investor. The  shares, Mr.'���������  " 'Bauuders���������Red Raunders���������Chanta  Beechee lied.'  " 'Mr. Saunders, are W cents apiece,  which price is really only put upon  them to avoid the offensive attitude of  .dealing tbem out ns charity. As a  matter of fact thin mine of ours contains a store of gold which would upset the commercial world were the  hare facts of Its extent known. There  ts neither iwoso nor .amusement In  confining audi enormous treasure ln  the hands of two people. Consequently my pardner nnd I are presenting on  Interest to the public, putting the nominal figure of 51) rents a slittre upon ft  to save tbe feelings of our benctlcla-  rlos,'  '���������'What tbe dovlldo I care?" says 1.  ���������I'm looking for a chance to dig. could  you tell a man where tn go?'  "'Ob,' anjs bo, 'wliou you como to  that that's dlfferout Strictly speaking, my pardner Hy hnsu't gono off  on n business trip. Ab o mutter of  fact, ho loft town night before Inst  wltb two-third* of tho money wo'd  pulled out of a poeket up ou Silver  creek In tho company of two hnlf  breed Injuns, a Cliliminan and fuur  moro sou* of guns nut fliisxitled, all  In such n slate of iR-nxtty Intoxication  that their |>urp<wo. route innl <k*ntlrm-  tioo aro matUTH of tlio wliiuut con-  Jectttro. I've licon lajlux hround town  hero hating myself tu *h-nth, thinking  pcrhfipH I conlil m>II noun1 shin-ox In n  mine thut we'll Uud yet, If we have  good luck. If ,v*iii want to go wild  cutting ovor thr lilth uud fur owu;.  I'm your biickloli^rry.'  " Thai lills aw nil right,' say* I.  ���������For what I don't know nlxmt mining  nobody don't know. When do we  ���������turn*  '��������� Thlti or any oilier tnlutito,' ������ny* be,  getting up from tlm Initio.  "���������Walt till I Uulsb up theao egg*.'  saya I. 'Aud I lino's it trnttor uf one  drink coming to me oiitsido, I may ua  woll put that whoro It won't harm  ony one Hw liofore wo Mtnrt.'  ���������"All rlnlit,' ������������>'* bo, waving hi*  hand. 'You'll Und in* outside, at your  plotiauro, nlr.'  "I awaJlercd th* rest of my breakfast whole nnd hunt led ont to tho bar,  whore iiiy frleiid and the hotel man  wus waiting. 'Now I'll 'nko Ihnt drink  that'* coming, nud rut hor thnn bo  itnii 11 ulxnil It I'll buy ono for you,  too. nnd Hum wo're off,' etiyn I.  *> "Vou won't do oo *nch thing,' says  lit.*    IW..:.     I.       ".'.V    P.    '.-.'"���������"<���������    ������"    "-*������  niiil \'\\ *'itiiilv th������������ Hftnor.   Mr. Jonoa  ta In thu piny n* much na anybody.'  "Ho the hotel mnn set 'em up, and  Hint mud** ������oe drink. Then .lowe aald  he'd ncor lot n drluk *nffor from  loncuo:i;i iipttn yet  when  hi* hnd the  ���������jWMf,   \-,vA   A., I   ., J,l:   ir-i   ���������H-1V'>      t  had to uphold ll* honor of the ranch,  and that made three drlnka. Hotel  man aald It was up atlcka now, snd  be meant to pay hi* Jn*t debts like aa  Weat mnn. and that mad* foot  drink*. Then Jane* Mtfl������well, by this  tlm* | mem t needn't hare harried  .breakfast ao mneh Wore people rsme  'In. T woke nr the next morning la  the same old bedroom. Rvery (in-nk-  fast Aggy snd me got reedy to poll  for the mine*. *od rvery m.^mlr������ r t  mdke up In Mie t*m'r*y*-\ I Kltoatd  HTse to d������tw * veil over the nest two  itcvim, ������*��������������� 't *-������:>*'X !-*-o t-% 'x- JI  ;,v������*"f .-*���������.'.'������ te\l tn tinM It I tr-M  l��������� ���������*,*���������>, ..! -������h ���������"������������������������- b*������' ������������������ V  ���������prod fft.ee iteUar* l������ my out, t.mi tint  WiTSON'i  ifflg ol ������eofeh Whi������kie������e  ���������������  The HODSONS BAY OO  Sole Aeentsfor B C  THE COUNTRY BANKER.  His Influence on National Finance During Crop Harvesting.  Enter the small town for almost any  purpose���������to sell books, to seek a loca-  tion,.to look up land titles, to write life  insurance, to get u uews story, to collect a debt���������and early in your visit you  wril"go"W~tlie~Btuaterlu3i>osing-bul!d--  lng on the corner of the two busiest  streets. You will pass a lattice crowned counter aud be admitted to a room  large enough only to hold a desk and  two chairs. There you will come face  do face with the town's financier, the  Tlorpont Morgau of tho commuulty, the  banker. Not un euterprlso, not a con-  Blderablo business undertaking, la  started without consultation wltb him.  The man who sells a farm and wishes  to put his money where lt will earn interest goes to tbe banker. The widow  'with a few thousand dollars of life in-  'aurance���������moro mouey tluin she ever  'saw together In nil her life before���������  asks tho banker i>ow to invest; it ��������� it-  would bo better If more of this class  would take tho btinkpr's advice when  it Is given. Tben there is the merchant  wbo owes for it large portion of bis  goods. Ho comes, norvously asking if  the bank will "seo hlm through" the dull  season. Tbo banker gives assent to  ono, explains to unotber, refuses a third  nnd comes at last to read unconscious,  ly tbe business record of every man b*  meets on tho street  Tbe couutry bankor exerts his greatest Influence on national finance during tbo crop harvesting season. Whether lt bo tn tho gathering of fruit In  California, of cotton tn tho south or ot  wheat in the plains region, tbo bankor  come* In direct touch with th* workor.  Tako tho wheat hnrvost n* covering  tho wldost area aud croattng tbo moot  lntonso demand during Its oxlstonco.  In a alnglo state 20,000 harvesters ore  neodod bosldos thoso already at work  on the farms.   Through tbo labor bu*  roau* and railway, department* whole  train load* of workers aro aocurod from  stnto* at a dlstanco, Thoso holpor* are  mostly Itinerants, and thoy hnvo no local standing,    A grain raiser wont  among his lahorors ono Saturday nlgbt  and. nn!slug thulr mimes, proceeded to  mako out chocks for tho week's work.  "What ahull wo do with thenar a*k������  ed one,  "Oiwh thorn nt tlio bank, of courso."  "Who will Identify us?"  Tho omployur ������aw tho point, tore up  tbo chocks nud aocurod currency with  which to pay tho men.  That mado a  demand on tho hank   Beoro* of othor  former* wore* doing tho same thing.  Hundreds of other communities did It  Tito result In that tlio country tanker*  draw millions of dollar* from tho "re-  ���������orve couture" every harvest and to  some degrtf cbttngo national financial  curronU thereby,-C. M. Harger lu Atlantic Monthly.  TO THE PUBLIC.  We solicit your subscription to  the Cvmberland News, a week  ly journal, published in the city  TJf"CumiTrrlaild~ati*d~having���������a-  substautiial circulation through  various parts of British Columbia  This journal will contain in  formation aud news concerning  the great Comox agricultural dis  trict, aud places of importance.  We also beg to draw your at  ention to the fact that we conduct one of the best equipped  jobbing plants on the Islaud, and  are prepared, at reasonable rates  to do first class printing of every  description, from a lady's visiting card, an up-to-date menu or  programme to a mammoth poster.   Legal stationery a specially.  Mail orders will receive  prompt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cummuuand  Pubmshing Co.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given rhrit  one mouth from date I intend m  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial'Police,* Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  ���������by-me^ar_th_)_������ilc���������Hotel situated  at Comox.  (Signed) G-koeok G. Macdonald  Dated 28th day of April, 1908  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  ou  FOU SALE���������The houno  Dunsmiiii' avenue now own pied  as a boarding liouso. apply ut this  otlko.  Call nnd subscribe for tho Cum*  borland News.  .    m     FOU BALE���������Two nlco ranch,  on, 120 and 100 new, lit Littlo  River. For particular* npply to  Anderton Uros., Comox.  - ���������������������������    *%���������  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the superintendent of  ProviuciaLPolice Victoria, for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence huld  by me for the Port Augusta Hotel  situated at Comox," B.C  (Signod) J. B. Holmes  Dated 28th day of April, 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  oue mouth from date I intcud to  a pply to the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, Victoria, ftvi a  Renewal of the Hotel Licence  held by me for the Lome Hotel,  situated at Comox,  B. C,  (Signed) S. J. Cum  Dated 38th day of April, 1908  Hriplno tht Postoffle*.  "It la *nrprt*l������i*," ������ald a postoffle*  amnions, "h������w innny pooplo tlioro nro  wbo think thoy know i-otiur iiihu ������***������  puttai aolU���������illkh IU- uio.il Alri'it wny  for a letter to reach Uh dcHtlnatlnn, It  I* Quito common for us to bnndlo mall  that ha* Instruction* In regard to  ���������needy deltrory written In one corner  nf the en-M-lot*, Sot only are wo directed to mud dimwHhc ujh)> \>y a certain railroad or vteamboat Iln*. hut the  route by which tlie writer* wish for-  eljm bound httcro to travel la *l*o do������lg-  nated. These Inntractlon* frequently  denote 0 lamentable Ignorance of trans,  portatlon fadiitto* on tbe part of th*  writer*, tf th. j w������r* oUyed tt* delivery of th* totter* would be delayed  ratlwr Uwii c������pc*HM Fortnnatetf  rack dlreriion* are disregarded by tba  Boatal authoritl** onlea* they happen  FOU 8AI.E-()n������ jerwy h������\\  18 months old. Ono jnwey hull  oidf 0 months old. W������lh In ox-  eellent condition. Win, Hoy.  LOST���������Near Courtenay, one  umbrella in cover. Finder will  plenRe return to T.F* Hudson or  to Comox Bakery, Coniox.  HCTIOl.  Riding nn Inoomntiv** and rati  wnv nars nf tha Union nolliary  C .'..��������������� "**y ,'v "r" wwnn nr t>������-r-  ������on*--������ici������p������ rain crew���������in utricilj*  urohlhited. Emidoyewi *r* *ul������>  ������*c toilisraiasal for allowing sam>  By order  FkAHCll D. IilTTl������  Vtaaamr  Get your Job Printing  to colacU* wit* tli* giwemnieota ar , * .   .1       Mr.%irc  raafemeata fo* Nndllng mall, ao u������ =00116 ell lIlC  i>tWS.  body   la  Inconvonlencod  *trept  elerke who Ned Ihe uaaet*eMary  the'  ad-!  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given that one  month from date I intend to ad-  ply to the Superintendent of Pro-  viitciiilPolico, Victoria, for a trans  fer of the Hotel Licence held by  me for the Palmer Horel, >;itin;ted  at Bayne S^und. from myself tf*  John. R Johusoii &. Thorn ij. Hip  ley  (Signed)  W. F. Rams/������v  Dated 38th day of April 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENOE.  NOTICE Is ia hereby given  thut oue month Irom di'tewt* iu-  tend to apply to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, for ait Hotel Licence for the  Palmer Hotel, situated ut liuyuc  .Sound.  (t*',,,,.r.rt\  ������������--i������-'v ���������-,  Jc*J)NT>.)f.JTV--������*M  Thomas Rin.r.Y  Dated 38th day of April 1O08,  M'PLKJATIOK FOR HOTF.L  LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given that one  month from date I intend to ap.  ply to the Superintendent of Pro-  yiacial Polktf. Victoria fot a ten>  e*#n\ ot Uie Hotel Lkenr*.' held H?  me for the Courtenav Hrttel, rt-  ttated.ai ('otirt������nay B. <*.  (Signedl Joiiw R* JoilHtrow  Dated aSth day of April, 1908 P^B^P.^  ���������#WW" -" I'. '<'> ''I' U' fK-1 -->IU ^" ��������� ' !    I  ���������tiitfe'-*  '���������/''J.L"ilfJg  *MK'WEWS, CCTMfelt^Ate, gEffrsS^OLTBtBI^  ^..^..bt.. ;_>.,:. '-���������>.'-  .. WEDDING  m*  ������*������������������������-.-- J"r������-s������ ->i--R������rMi  At Stoddart, the   Jeweler   f  You have a L.arg������ Stook to Select Prom. ������  1 Cof (r/ass, Sterling Sttverl  *>  mrtvmtrtmermvmte  $ ���������-  |   ..arc the right goods ht wedding gifts..   |  APPLICATION FOR'  HOTEL���������,  LICENCE.  'NOTICE ir hereby' given that  af tlio next meeting of tho licence  commissioners of the-City of Cum-  liorhiiid, I intend to apply fox a renewal of the hotel licence hold bv  mo for tho Cumberland Hotel,  situated on lot 1, block 0, Cumberland towusito.  Diana "Pikkt.  Dated 20t.li day of May   31)08.  wu*i\jmm*7\������*jacx*n  BTJTGHERSHOP $  ��������� ���������  Where are y������u going?   Tarn ttoing to<ithe Com xXJo-oporative Meat A  *   Market, whore I can get a Nice, Tender, Juiyy ii'a.ist of Meat: No Bone. |  I   Ail Meat. I  t        Comox Co-operative S *csety, |  't                            R. Webster, Manager.       ., |  Seth Thomas, Walthamj.Rockfo.rd.' Have a large |  stock, both Hunting and Open Face, in Gold, Gold ������  Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases on hand. Silverware ������  Clocks and Jewelry. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE f  S> ALL   WORK GUARANTEE^.  191  (?)  ���������������^'(&���������������<i������������������0������������  T. B. McLEAN |  r������)  ?#X5)������@������������ -a������^*^!)������^������-^^  APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL  ,. LlOEh'CE,  NOTICE is hereby given that  at the next meeting of tlie Licence  Commissioner's of tlve-Cicy of Cn.m-  berland, I jat^nd to apply for a  renewal of the hotel licence held  hy me for the New England Hotel,  situated on lot 3, block 3, Onni-  herland 'town site.  Tnp.6.  Dwyeu.  Dated 26th. day of   May 1908.  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for the Farm, Garden, Lawn ��������� r  Conservatory  Reliable, approved vurietiee, at tens >n-  nble price*).  No  Morers,  N-o Scale,  No Fumigation to damage Stock.  No windy agents to oucoy you.  I'liyjiliieot nud get trees nnd seeds thut  will GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis.Spniy  Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut  Flowers, etc,  M. J, HENRY  Greenhouses aud P. O, Atl-  clres������- 3010 VV*.Btmin8ter Road.  9&Q&������&m99Wr9Z9C9*99$$3  Si  Photographs  F. WATTS, OF VICTORIA  ���������   .',&>  is now in Cumberland,   with ,1ns large portrait tent, but  ������  will visit Oourteuay for two weeks,   oi,i or about   the first  <������  week ih June,   where he will take portraits from 50c. per  dozen.    POST CARDS of yo\itse)f *t Sir. 50 per doyen.  Ml ���������h*-**-- that wavit real good ami ohesp jiicouia/i are wvinoJ to wuil iur liiin,  Farms and Family tjiou-jb u ������i.eai*������lty.   AUi lltdik'i ^ies-ivs of your bjibiW,.;  ployed t* 1 .dy. Tale tf in this directum will surely .attract tho al-  tuni ion .������>f yonr stipcrioi's  ' c^eac-nfflgg-sc^f ������������������������������������������  Victoria, Mny 27.-The body ������*f  ������i)o of tho "Waters brothers,   pruift -  spectors, from-Victoria,  who have  tbeen missing fur some time ov the  'Vancouver Island Roast, near Noot  lea,.was* found today.  The mi-sing  pro.spoct.oi8 have seemingly  been  ���������nvir lured by Indians.  Th? body found, presumably  that  /o!' Horace Wat-ors, is badly doconi-  p* mod.  There was a shotgun loaded with  iJo. i shot and 0110 barrel dine-iar-  #ed near the body, also the hat of  tliv) 0'* or brother, with shot hob'  in it corresponding to No. 4'shot  Tha thoory held   is that the two  alien,  who wero known  to haw  .angered tho Indians of a noar-b;,  Indian village, with whom they  .quarreled over wmo Indian  wo  ,iiieu, wore   killed  by tlio tribes  men.  The Value of Patience.  Patient effort and lutrd work  ouch day. properly directed, will  Bitroiy bring imceeBH.  Failure comes to those win*  rrrow weary in tho struggle, am;  to thviw who overwork themi-mlvci-  and overtax their abilitit*-, Such  ���������iei.v.ii������ hope that by lur-jro fiacri  !', 'r<* **!' Lii.- ���������!! uni linppino*8, and  hy f,A.v% applip.'dioii nnd hard  ))<������>., Ui'-j um 'utum iu, .och  rwlwe lorltltieh that they  tnuy   hv  hiifi[*y nt ������>tni3 I ut 11 re time,   They  in d;������* *i ffre^t inistalcr* in  thin  re. ini������ *<l' })!���������<);:������������������������������������t-ai-li  May  ���������iii'i'l.    L)ivi''e  j our  ener^ie* w'jn.H mueli a-* y**u l������"������p*'d f*������i'  Lenin to inastor tlio detniln of  your biHineK"*yourself. U>e con-  ficientiou" flfirt. Make a i?oii;id-  up each iiijjjht of what you have  dune during oaeh day. See wherein you have been jLty error and  wherein von could hnve improved  thu tlny'i* woik and yon will he  hotter iii I'd i!i������r tuiiHii'roW'isiliitie?,  Auer ehiriing your days businesc,  devote a pitrt of jU),H3 ovenAii^; lo  jour i'uiiiiiy uud l'riend-j, and n  pari of it iu mime good hook.  It in not the chick I hat striken  the loudest thut; ktejin ,l;Uo ^ct  time. Tli** expeiiHiveclii'oiiouiett'i'  works Hl.iuiily along doing iu  wink as well und btithrnlly. It  diuirt not iittruct hk much attention lib Un* gill clock with Ji.^ sweet  clii/110,-, hut mon who kimw thiiign  ale itvvnru Unit eliiDiiouieiei* litis  tho uiuie, real merit, Hnve tiie  ehroiioim-U'i for your ideal and  not the* fiiney clock, for true merit  will u������*riiiiniy j'ueeivo liiin ruwiir*i.  SVe t-huiiia all have hiune imal  whieli we hope loiiltuiii tmnoiTu-A,  but let iik leiiieinhor that the way  to reach Hie idoul tomorrow iti 10  make today himctWul,  Patieii"- i^ a virtue few of uh  are jioi-KtW'-d of, lint the htory ui  every BiieecuMiil lm-itie-*** Iim* writ*  i<.,i .... ...   ;  ,,.,h>.  ,,!'  !:,  !,: -,-j  p.tklUIH'l*  Itll'l   I i'i  ���������*   ) 1 ,.l.,-. .*.  Do ii*n gi.-i il'-rienttragii I if your  in   nut  Init, 1-0  APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL  LICENCE,  NOTICE is hereby gi-mi that  at the next meeting of the Licence  Commissioner-of theCity of Cumber-land, 1 intend to apply for a renewal of the hi*t:el licence hel<! by  me'for the Vendame IIot*.4 situated on lol 5. dlock 3, Cumberland townsite.  Dated 26^. day q? May   11108.  Ad^d%AmmsM^jmdiJiDmL.  LICENCE.  NOTICE is-, hereby, given that  nt the next meeting of the Licence  CttHnuUsiwiiers'iif the City of Cumberland, I intond to npply for a renewal pf .the hotel licence held by  i.i/;i> j'ur tlie Wawrly Hotel, situated on lot 2, block 3, Onm boa-  land i-owiitiile.  Richard Cora.  Dated 2Rth. day of Atny    1.1)08.  @ Funeral Direc-  I...*., .'iwt  <|ju-ii''4jHA>i|L-rtii'ttiL^������'i "i ���������'u'-witiiua.i-jii Viiixii  ���������T"7���������. .-^..   '. ��������� ~K~'      ' "��������� 1   %'-��������� ..'^'.'/j.j*,   :. ,- -iiw  Vehicles, Implements,  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  ���������n*.  ���������H������H-J~H-W-IH������  Every SPool  For the  Farmer.  *f  Prioes   and  Quality  guaranteed  **,I,,J'*!,*i-^-T*i,*i*'M*fc  Waiworth-Rolston Co.ttd'  H. S������ ROLSTON,  Maaaging Director,  yoncouyer, B# C,  ct i=. . Eiyfd.e, Agent, Cunabeitland, B.C.  *e*-e<t<>4<?i><***i-*--t-e<,e**>*> **4>4>*++m>4>?+m>**>*>+<,e+e+a>  ������������  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  *  Cai'itai.. S3,9* 11,000  Kksjjrve, i:'4,:500,noa  Asskts,   *46,4U0,(XH)  'DKP..8IT8,888.7O0,(.'O0  tor  Em-!  9  tn  %  ������      balmer     |  t*h 0  ������        '     . , *>  A House Raisins* yj^ri Re: 9  H HCAviH? :: Foundations ������  fa Carefully Attended to.     ������  9     8  5   Cninborland,  APPLICATION FOli WHOLE-  BALE LIQUOR LICENCK,  NOTICE is Hereby given  that  nt the next iiKM'tiiif** of tho Licence  Comiiiisriioiierstif the City of Cum-  boriand, I intend to apply for a renewal of wholesale liq-uwr licence  held by me, iattinted 011 lot 12,  block 7, Cumberland townsite.  ElUNli (.OAVAItlU.*  Dated 20th. dny of M������iy   H������0S.  Then the Fight Began .  "Wei'," sfii-d Mrs.Casif proudly, "iny Dennis was wan o' tlve  pallbearers at the funeral 0' the  rich Michael Hooligan t'dny."  '"Aye," retorted Mi'f. Capsidv  jealously, '"rwas well lilted for  the job yer hnslmud waa. Sura  lie's used to carry!n' the bier that  6ouie one else pays fur!''  ...,' ��������������������������� '.: ��������� = Money Orde.rs**-;^     ���������= a  Rates. 2  ST* and under         -      , ���������    ,-         ;Sf!pj)t8 i  Over   $5 nnd not esoeei*liti:r.������10      li.UvMts .^  Over $Ki t.nd not cxcenrHiHisJ'J      10< iuts **������  Ovoi- gSOund uotexi-i-ttfiViSi'J      15 Cunts ���������>���������  Tlieso Money Orders are payabia yn-aoui'. coi>j i.. nny Cliai tfrec: '*  B������uk in Ciniatln. ^  Interesr Added Four Tiniyvv Year in Savings Hank.       j  MaS'aokk. ���������  ���������^���������^������������������^���������������������������������������������t-^ ������������������������������������������������������>  $p**$*94>4>4>4y4,4>4,4>4>4>e>4,*l*4r4>  A: B. NETH������R������Y-  ������W6Vt'4&* ������������������**  ���������^���������^Si^S^ift  ^���������p-j-*i���������ijifjtnr.wwr-.-y  rs*n>mW)WMM  APPLICATION roiOVUoLlv-  yALE LIQUOR LICENCK.  Kv������TlCI. i������ iierehy given that  at Ihe next meeting of the Licence  Cniumtesh'iuTKof tin* Oity of Cum-  a  hoiland, I intend to apply for a re.  iiewnl of the wholesale  li'.jyi/r li-  ceiiei* held by me, situated on  loll  Vi) bl'iek 15, Cumberland town-die.  John _1Jm .iiioi'i'ji'i.  Dated 20th. d,iy ol .May )'Mf  AVVdJiVii^  SALJi Ll(V.i;,01t MCJC^UJIJ.  NOTICK it* hereby given thai  ut the next li!*'i-:ii,g of Iln- |,!oenri>  ('oiiiniii*-iioiic:H of tlu<City of Cum  berlniicl, I int* ml to npplj for a re-  newnl of the wliolccale Ihjnor :j.  cmice held hy nu*, dittinted on lot  I'fi, block 2, Ciiiubeiiittid townnite,  I'uamj I Jam,- h.  f)itfe-1 2nd. day of .lime IIKI8,  APPLICATION  FOU HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is heredy given that, one  month from date I iiitenh to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police Victoria for a renewal of the Hotel Licence held  hy mu for the Port Harvey Hotel  situated af* Port Harvey u! C,  [Signed]     John Muhrer.  Dated 5th day of May, 1908,  rjj**%-.-sl  The*plend-M Pirclieroi* ������ti'.!non  (Oolor, Buy.   Wright, lb?5.) .- '...���������;  ;ers���������for���������Ron te^-to-begini  APRIL 3rd, 1908. '    ������  5S������# :kak������. Mr. &<*tcwi&\ij-i%ir ^f  B. Crawford, Co.U'itena.y.  terms,    lji2&  (n������umnoe  APPLICATION FOR JlOTtfl^  IvICENCE  NOTTCJE Ir hereby given that  one mouth from date I intend to  apply to the SuporiutondtMit of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for 11  renewal of the 11 oto Li.wnce hold  by me fur Iho Unby UoiiHOHituated  al* Port Knuani ll! C.  Sit'ned, Edgar MeKeiisde,  liiited 5th day of May 19(18,  K. A1DA  Mercliant  LA DIKS' T AI LO U.'M A D E COSTl! MES _A S PEi IA LT V  SUITS  m������DE TO   ORC3R Wj^D  IN ������NV STYUE YOU aiJSR  PEBFECT FIT GUAEA^l'ESB.  Prioes Tvom tW������ to $40.  CUM BE RUND,  n. c  t)l^vJl>)i.J������|^.fl^wfiif>^'^kfll^t|.^^^H^jHfto|l  ������ ���������  TO THE PUBLIC.  ; We beg to infortn the Public of Cumberland and District that; J  ',ty} /-W^ *0(1' ^'e IKH'oltased th^ milk businesRof Mr. S. Piercy *���������  ���������J; of^fjjjffwick, and are prepared to deliver pure milk daily, also ������������������  ���������* butter, ogys and other farm ]iroduce.   With careful attention ���������*  ** jve hype U) mUtiu must of Mr. Piereey's old customers, ''  ��������� *  *>  I  lereey-  Abe & Jto,  **  ���������W������������M������l"M"M**W'**MHh*ltoM'������<"l"l������H  4WHH"M^^M*M*4������H������H"W-I-H  Oeo Leiii-'ifon nf Cou'tenavbnH  APPLICATION  KOU  IIOTlJL on hnml a lino li;io of  huggUm  LICliNCE  the   Slipei'iiiti'iideiit  of  Police,,. Victoria for n  NOTICI-: Ih hereby given thnt  nm* month frnui ditto   I intend   ti  ���������ipply  to  Pniviiieial  renewal of the Hotel Licence Iioln  by me for thedrant Hotel hitiinted  ui MiiiHiiel IhIjiihI U. C,  ll (������, ,,,M,,0. \i>,t,G*tvmin>  *lv*        '  wiigoiiK, ami  iitriiiing miiciiiuery.  Mr, Leighton Ih agent for-McLaughlin Clear HiitfoioH, Thorn*  ih'"iri)iM nf rn'Mint-* anything In  i tlii* lino thonld H������e hi������ Htoek be-  foit* buying eIhe-where, George  Leighton Coiii'touuy H, C.  I.'  tiiat e'icli liicii*, id uni   tiny   jn  .ce*������t������f'-'. II1  -IK'  * ii;^ (i* ^cii ,.i*i* y.fo\f i..1 wiini un i  inatti)!* ,^,i'x  much  the i.uii !������r<- ,1.1;i <i\ yo'i uni) W sure! ;  ������necvnH may be.  It in tije men '..ho are doing  little things today who will be  picked out to de g".at thing* tomorrow.  And whil������ you aro making a  littlasticcem each dty, be "im*  that ynnr heart wng*. while your  hand works.  Men who can do thingi aro din~  /���������-vored. Thoy u������������l not pnih  .|.;������tit#ol*r<*f to the tmttt. (htod  pmt are _e������rcd, and thn groat uu������.  /������������������BuHfnl biihiiie������8 ��������� inen of today  tnm th* on������! who Irnow how to do  "b,-w-������rl that they ur������ hiring i������m-  1 ��������������� 1  tinit you an* gaining,  S*n������,i win' till ihn'1 oi .(.* ut llr.l,  Wliiit 11.0 ymi ijiiiiiij to do i  'ttirnw 'tnwii yuur (mitt, iiliiink ..nt jour  Ult,  An' mhj* ynir limimH tinouifiu'  Vou h.n j*������ii n n't; ,0 i'ro g -ing Ui llsii,  A������' ft������ii, mi/ 111), nn' M-uit  Until veil' u it> U'ii*< 111 iMiitknttul  Ur u* u up nil >eur Imit.  Man*')-)" info*     d.-odt ciroe lit flrot,  * ���������������������������.���������������������! ������f������,>u*i jiuin' |u dot  Thro-* 1... oi,'ntt 1 igehud  kick y.������w  nelly  An'itr.iwi, .m' ftHt, im'pt.'������r  Von Int run ,.iu't; yi.u'ie goin* t<������  tiKll,  At.' Init, Mt' ln.it ii iiiti,  U.������tl.  f.ltlOtH  <n,i, l���������U, )|)UI   llO()W,  i'-Titi.  i   ..mi to wit:.  '*"v^raij  >f\ Wi  KOSTPCftKCTMADE.  a tt- <'^ril''>trtiMM*^*"*kf  mamma*,  ������������������ <������c*^&������JWS i-m  llrktolbt   I   fcf tf. t"fS-������  Mood )'.);),, ,h) <-t M*y Vm,  rnmyeymret* ���������<wm������h'umiw-ai--wwt������#<-iwiwaw__w-W-NMMW>^-<wwwi*w<i  rOUSALK   Ihtnehol HO tu*.  re������t neni'Hiii'i'igiin'-i, for pui'ti<uihir������  ���������M'l'v  \r. ?���������.',  .Tt'  It 1'  L. 0. T. M.  A Tliv* nf thin Order wnc in-  Htituled Tlnii'dny 1 vmii *g. V.-ot.  (}H o b������ M*������ .1. C K"inp, T).*.C  The melting na*. held in li. of 1',  Hull, i-ixteen ladi-SH jinn-d the or  jjunizitfi'iM, Hiv������������ral bavt. Mnee  l������������t*t-n a'hb'd. A further nicetlnc  * c '...[d Iv (!,',��������� .-* j,:ui;:m'���������'���������������������������* 101  elect and imtn'd the oiiicei,*, wi I  be held Tuew'ay Jutu IJ.d.   I'dOS.  -(���������..���������-������  M.  I'.   !>.  Ffu'pherl  l-ft   by  ''"' nn-*!' :*.* 1..-it   f-  mm*$i tm (f^jm'Li^tri^  Why send away for your print  Ing, when you can get It done  right hero in your own town,  ���������flint nt* good and jn������t aa cheap aa  in Niiuaimo, Victoria, or Vancouv.  er. Our plant in equipped with  tjijio J-aroat faces of Type, and your  order ������hall receive prompt atteiir  tion���������no matter how small,  IT|,U .I IK.' ������,**>,/iur.*r?i .     ���������   . ,  wllttiuro,  rtdlil by all flr-u.wuUi.o-' iinvllnl U  '   iip.KR.  '''''ri,-,   . ������.w ..ww ,-.w���������- ���������  ;��������� it'/iir-Kin *,mear.tr*i Oni.  ro,  Hnia hyall flru.wutn *  pluln pkr. on rwwlft, of i������i*li><v ������* m n  tiuitliHfWi. Tho wooii tAndnlnaeo.  m,������**m������mmm-im*%*m*uwiimrwami*im,.** vmi-MMi-fai  llllill. il  ��������� ������i*'l'ri  10.  *,Oni.  li-bflHMIW  Cook's Cotton Root Cnrupouui  TT") tttert. tltrMr* ^a-M-*, ������iid  .niy (-..io (jltvituat Monthly  'WipilBtnrop *vhkn wemon am  ^MtM-DirjlNlCo.  iliipoiui.  Holil li) thrwi itWfTva?  pf ������i-.n)l1������i-No. 1, fit So J  fur mi-.::,', ������'.i*,������, I*/ ;���������.���������- ley  -m, '������  t^'i'l I'/ "U druirelkW, ur ���������**.;  VW  ^ li '��������� '..;-.!..ulilet.   SiUn-mrWl  ������0niiCO.,TOlU)������ITn,Ui*T, *J<^mn^WmntM*i  ���������HOR SALK���������Ladies bicycle,  ���������ouster brnk"*-, in excellent cor-  lition price 125,00 Apply Cnin-  .)' 1 Until Nivva.  OLD   NKVVSPAPEIS   FOR  SALE AT THE Mkv.������ (������!TICE.  C'Mirtemty ������, C. Mny 8Rth.���������  Tho regular review of Comox  I live wrh held iu Agrieultral Hall  P. .S. C Kemp presiding.   Them  ->>i.to [,'.������ ������)>'*Mt  ** X, ",'*a   ii'^it -'-���������'.'���������"'     -1  motion to the effect that the Hlvo  lender their tdiiceru and lieufty  llninkn to (lie ludien and gentle.  im������n mIio had contributed to tho  pMigtiuntuo of t!io concert, ���������mt  Tct.|H)iidi*d to with euthiibfciuHm  (cpi'idal mention having been mado  of ihe cliidniiiin.)  At the close of the meeting a  plfinwiiit Kiirpriw Sit the nli'ipc of  rtf't-rnoon '<���������) w-i. yi.nn ihe llivu  hy ladie* atillnrd, AndreWi* ami  Fiibi-r,  Mr.   W.  ... i������. *������ t���������������������-*'  Harrhnti   vettirnvi

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