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Array //  "���������/  A Journal  Davoted Especially, to the Intoreast* of Comox Diatriot,  The Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C., TUESDAY, MAR.   30,   W  SuBsourrxbii* fa'.oo a Yka*.  ..AT Tp BIG STORE..  NEW GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR  GENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.  ^Sovereign" Brand Clothing,, no  better in' the country, * for  style, quality, and service. Buy  your spring suit from us and  get satisfaction. Our new lines  for this season are here���������handsome suits, priced at ������,' 16, ao  aud ������25"   .   ��������������������������� *������������������   .���������������������������.-���������  We are agents for the celebrated Stetson's Hats.  See onr large ��������� up tp. date   stock  of Strachati Hats, correct styles  for. well dressed, youug men.  "���������m^mmmmm*^*m^mmmtm ���������  New line' of Ties just received.  Come and see j them.  Now showing first cousigtunSnt"  of Slater's Shoes   foj: Spring,  Remember it is always a pleasure to show goods ���������������������������whether you  want to buy or not     ,    .    .  1  1  Wq arc Sole Agents for  COPPELEY, N0YES; &  RANDALL   Clothing,  The  in  CANADA  j,N. flcLEOD,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  STODDART Jeweler J  Simon Leistr & Go. Ltd  DUNSMUIR, AVENUE CUMBERLAND  Locals  Elgins BaUge as I*o^ as $7.00  IMIIllllillllW'MilllMlllfiill!^  New Shoes  Ten Cases  Men's Women's and Children's Shoes.  ' A Splendid Range of Styles  and the New Shades of Tan.  We Can Fit You at Right Prices.  Mr. T. Bickle Mrs. Bickle and  daughter, left Tuosday afternoon  by carriage for Nanaimo, the ne-  coBaity of the trip being the serious illness of  Mr, " Snow, Mrs,  Bicklu'u Nephow at Victoria,  ���������.,.. ,-<>������������������, .���������,,.-  Tuko Notice, my house and lot  on Maryport Avenue, has not an  yet been sold.   Any person de-  tiring to purchase tho same, can  ascertain   prico  aud   particulars  from uie.  H. J. Theobald.  lie invited to witnes* tho training  q\nl'ties of Mr. Truynor. Both  gentlemen are stuying at the Cum  berland Hotel.  Lieut.-Governor Dunsmuir and  party visited Union Bay, this week  lu his Honor's new yacht.  Mrs. W. Whyto and son left for  their home in Vunoonver by Saturday's boat.  s     ���������  E. Priest, of Nanaimo, left for  that city bv Thursday's boat.  '      i     s   A medal contest will be held  Wednesday March 81st. at 8 p. ni.  In the Methodist Church. There  will bo live young lady contest-  untB. A programme of instru  mon tat nnd vocal music has alto  been prepared. All are welcome,  u collection will be taken.  COMOX TENNIS CLUB.  H. J. Theobald is about to erect  a dwelling on the corner of Mary-  port Avenue and Third St��������� on the  lot lately piucliuaud by him.  W. Willard haa in course of  construction a dwelling, on Pen  Hth Avenue, opposite tho residence  of B. Mellado,  The commlttoe of this Club,  while fully appniclatingDr, Bead-  noil's kitulnosb in allowing the  Club the use of hit lawn, feci that  it Ib now time that It should ac  quire its own premises.  Three acres of land can now he  purchased for $000, 9200 to lie  paid down and tho balauco at 4  per cent on mortgage.  Two court* could be laid down  at once if sufficient money is subscribed,  Those willing to subscribe 910  or more are invited to coin mind-  cato with the Hon. Secretary at  Comox who will give full particulars.  J. Leakey left by Thursday's i  boat en route for England.  Joseph McPhee left by Thursday's boat for Vancouver.  ������   ..I  Mrs. Alex. McNeil left by Thure  day,s boat for Vancouver.  W, J. Gopell arrrived by Wed-  neiday'e boat.  Nelson Parks, of Parksville, arrived by Wednesday's heat,  ��������� Ii ��������� mmmmmMQ**Ajmmmmtmmm*m*mtm  Mrs. W, C Whyte, of Minto,  was a passenger by Thursday's boat  Andrew McKalght, of Victoria,  formerly master mechanic, htra,  arrived by Friday's boat,  Mr. and Mn, Sldilall left for  Nanaimo by Saturday's boat.  Mr. S. Creech and Mr, J. Kegan  wore passongors by the outgoing  steamer, Saturday,  * "  FOR  BALK-Automobilo   in  good order, price 1150.00.   Apply  to K. Abe, No 1 Japtown,  Hatching eggs from dark brown  thoroughbred Leghorns. Mai* bird  prise wrmier Vancouver Eihlb-  tion. Price $1.00 per Setting of  lBeggi. 8. F. Uobson, Comox,  ll.O.  NANAIMO NEWS,  Mr. Charles   lUwlinion,   who, ,  daring the past 18 months, conducted a general grocery bu's'mvsii  in the W. T. Heddle old stand, cor*  ner Albert and Milton Strcoi ;  has accepted tho position as Mail ���������  gor for the A. R. Johnson Co. ot  this city, Mr. JRawlinson entered  upon the duties of his iiew poiitiuu  ou Monday last, and hns' r'emuvud  all his stock of grooeries, etc., from  hia store on Albert Street. Io his  brief business career Mr.  Bawlln.  Son made many friends,  aud  he  wishes to thank all thpae who during thii pait hit o favoredhim with  their trade, eitber; Wholly 'or*'iu  part,   Mr,    IiawUnson'e    mat-/  friends lu tbt city will be ploasad  to learn of bla appointment to tbe  position which lm now has accept  ed, and which he will dowbtlae* fill  with credit to himself and satiifftov  tion to his employtrs.���������Herald .  .._^.  ^tmtma  Ottawa, March 2*.���������Senator  Ilontdck enquired in ths Senate tint"  afternoon when the complaint a*  gainst Chief .Justice lluntervrcuid  be tabled? Uou. Mr, Cartwright  replied ho hoped in a day or two.  mmn,ma<mimmm*e*am*tmm    mtm-me  The CumherWl LHwral E*eeu  live mot the Cou.nK l,ilwrn\ V*u  ativein jointoo*mou at<,\;uru*n;.y,  on Monday wveaitig, U������'  J. McPHEE & SONS.  n������n.ra������lr Avenue CnmWlmd, B. C.       B  ^*mmtmm^mm*%%%%%%*m*mmrm\mmmmmamm'Bmm\  p. phillipps Harrison  P. 1  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY FU������LIC CONVEYANCING  DUN������M  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^��������� ��������� ;.,    n *w  DUNSMUIR AVfNU^     CUMBERLAND, B. C  AUrfl^&J^H'In-t^y  nut io T. T* VmV* n������'3prtnVl������p  rooms. Mr. Banks is also clearing  his lot for a dwelling.  A boxing contest is Wing *��������������� ij  ranged lietween LenCawtbornamlll  Voting Jones to tako placo in thi  Cumberland Hall on the evening  of Monday, April 10th��������� Tho boys  are busy training aud all iho������c in-  f������r<Mt<*d in the world of sport may  expect to see an interesting contest,  Mr. Peter Traynor, of England  who fought Marvin Hart tli*? on'J  man who Iwat Johnaon, i* with  Jones, managing and training him  cvtry afternoon and evening. Vnh  MENS HATS  FOR   SPRING  v. ..<***(.km. ������.w.,.. I. tt. ������������t '������������'1-^X,tCg-  ,.������ .o pu������h������������ to m������k. up your Spring ������������". ������������*"������'���������>" **���������-**������������������������' ���������  *-H .'.. ou, trnrn* ...* -ntcW.-.������������������ JE-JJ^ ,'���������,, p^M  Sailor Hats For Childrq*  A SplendU A..ort������.nt of ChlXdrW. SsUsss rw������ln������  from to SBo. to 78..        .    CAMPBELL BROS.  ,.<**,, * ***m THR  NEWS,  CTJMBBKLA^n; tflumii  Cdt^jitStA  . Tli8 Oimtoluii Hews  tewed Bvery   Tuesday by  tlie  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This paper will not hold itself  rosnonaible for tho opinions ot oth-  01 s, us wiaj'-appear in its, columns  from time-'to time.  TUESDAY,   MAR.   3  0, ia%  - Wheii.-.y������^wish.to.s]ip\v^n^|Jr-i  son h^w to use a revolver re������  ���������months cyliiider, put ou t,h"e*  4aietj$o|ic).i |uii keep your finger];  AuioDnck*-  dvto--. '" fuV  r-n  %n\e'  fi\aiiJN*i������o lired-.s'tdifk $2.00;'j������w*  sittio'g of 11, i?8.50 tor two, ���������     ���������  Toulou;*    Geose���������-F.-igs   50c.  Cljich.  Mrs. H. C N-i.\ui;,���������tCf������iitfi''ii-i*epah'ihg.'*  Donuinu Ishur'  A"U local itevns ���������.������������������.of a business  ���������nature will be charged for'at the  standard rate of 16c a'iiue.    *������������������������������������-  ���������      :������    :   ������1- '������������������������  Iv 0. Eiiiuo  Pipo litting'.and  Seattle, Wash., March 28.���������  Wheu Edward Payson Westou,  the greatest wftlker ttie \vorld  lias ever'known, left New York  City on his birthday, March" ist,  it will be to conic directly to the  Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition iu Seattle.  Although seventy years old on  the day'; given, Weston declares  that be ist iu as fiue fettlo and as  fit for a record breaking walk  as he was when in 1907 lie walk  ed from Portland, Maine, to Glii-  eago in 25 days, covering the  same route in the same time  that he covered it forty years before when he made the world's  longest walk.  It is 4,000 ; miles ' from New  York City ..to.the Exposition  grounds in Seattle, but Weston  declares that he will do the distance handily in 10b days. In  England, jffi' his younger days lie  defeated all coiners l������y. walking  5,000 milefui the same. ",'.-���������;,  s bftn  Mo;e than aoo>coo tui'ted Kng  lish pansies wtll be seen growing  in the vast bed at' tho Aksk%-Yw  koii Pacific��������� Exposition which'0-  pens iu Seattle on June ;.  Advertisers will confer x\ favor  liy iimiiiiing in Mieir ivU, not: .;i;vi*  than Monday,-an this will onuhlc  the printiMvi, . to, inw't it in tht*  next issuo on iho following Tuca-  day., v  ' .}'��������� ' '  MYSTERY OF THOUGHT.  Try to ConesntraU Your Mind' on Ofc������  Them* For Fiva M'muUo.       '  A. St Louts physician who has,Riven  much tittcation to tho study of mental  disease in its various phases, though,  as he says hluiiself, not uuoufib to (ju;U-  Ify us mi alienist, has a curious theory  with n*j?\������d to concentration of thought  on uuy particular suhjoct.  Rls Idea Is that uo human can so  tix tils mind on any special topic as i  COAL  MINES    REGULATION  ACT.  Noticr ov Examinations.  OTICK'Ss hereby  given   that  Examinations will bo held for  '1st, 2i.d mul Srd Clays  Certiii-  emes of Conijieieut-y,   ������������nder   'hit  It has  WesitQii'S desire/to  yiew the-big WotlcUs fai������jn  ���������**���������> Northwest evgrsinc*tt"--yiraisi '-exc  nouu'eed. and as.o'1'ie' had loti{j  planned a lecture t6ur he has d'e*>,  cided to combine the two "ideas  and see thc exposition, profitably  ���������speakiug'on physical eultur.e  in  S'iO'JaoivB of land in Alberta i or,  Saskatchewan, to- exchange f6r  Lm' any whoro 011 **lv'& N'** Or  .donjf coast froin Nanaimo to Qi'i*;  or lilver, or DiM'.nuin or Hornby  Islands.' Reply hill pnrt'cnl'ars  i*.i iirit lotter to Lestock-ForbQs,  SU'lller' Allierta, '"'  *:i^mi������i^^:*u:tf*;t:ttt3UK*eKr*'  to avoid -.'viiti for a moment the errant! |������������'ovi������on$ of the "Ooul Mines Reg  thoughts that come "and go, not only uklion Act," nl !N*\na*mn, Forme,  without our volition, but In spite ot Cttmherland and OuutHe, on the  our most earnest efforts at mental op* Gift, 7<h and 8lh days; of April,  plication." ]0i'i),  commencing at nine o'clock  Hi������ goes so far os to maintain that jn ^e forenoon,  nobody but' a mouomaolac caa, thhiH      Th(, s1lbj(H.��������� wm fce n8 {oUow?  ot one subject ci\ntiuuoiisly tor Uvo -  minutes and even helloc'ea that thft  ability to do ko Is ouo evidence ol!  Bouusth'.ns wrong in tlie upper Btocy.  :ul 01100 Heard the subject idtscussml  by a piirty-of Intelligent men,;nnd bm*  of the niimhur was $0 eonlUloiit of his  ubility w think ot ono-subject an-in-  deBulto luniitli of timo thiit hb roused  . > v >-,y: .���������-'��������� .  Ai..m*Cf.'~-  fy'1    A  .*���������*, >Xe* yt%W/<  The hou.<c oi'  Rid *o\vavs; was.  .* -**.'������������������  .st4blished iu   the   year   1836,  n*er   seventy  years ' reputation'  tor quality and flavor;      ��������� ���������  KOIV-SALE���������Fouryming hulls  i ne(lii>*iee<l; o'ne "2 yeni's. o'ld; ouo 9  .���������mouths; one'7 uu>n!h������; 'nai  iino -i  Fir?V Cb'.-'S Onnriidntos��������� Mining  Act and Speciul llulea, Mine Gtise?,  VeiUihuion, Gc-iiernl Work, Mine  ���������M'tiihinery, vSurveysnji.  Second Olafi" CaiKiitla'ies~-Min-  inji Act    find S{H-cml Rub's, Mil e  Gapes, Ventilaiion, (-Jeierul Work.  ,    Third Olft-jsiOaiKiiihueH���������Minimi  his opiioaeuto to the potnt of makiuu a  Ac, ur,tl ^])0cinj K'.ilw, Mb������ Gases-  -**** '��������� J"'*"������ *. .'     Und GtiKPr.il Work.   '  -���������ir you can repeat the Lord's Prayw .wieniinp nuwt lie m������������th. to  and tliea declnre upon your word of..''v -H^���������������<-���������������V1".- ,"'u^ ,e ������*������'������ ������'  honor that yon have not thought of th.MUi.te.������8r.������I nol Uwx���������than bat  nnyUiinu else while dohuj'it. I'll uiak������ .������fda,v, Mi.rcl. 2, ih, 19W. niseom  you a pi-usent of a horso-aud saddle ':.j>aoivd by'.he sUlutory.iee as foi-  nud brtdle.'     ,      ' , ,       ! lows:'��������� .  "Tlu* contldeiit onu'took lip tha ehal������      By tin npjdicant for Pi ist Class  leugo and iu order to Ox bis uiUut  Kximiinalion;. ...... $10 00  TOUicHieJ tho co'mpauy to ken^p still na-      j^. ,in ai)|di(vsuU for Second Class  tit he sot ihrpuitli.. Then, with frowa- J Kx���������Vtinatiov.'  i: $10 00  init bvouis and tiBhtty drawn face, he ;     Uv       tvp,attnnt for Tuiid tJU^  Uogaii aloud-and went uloxvly uudap-1 ..    ���������   ������������������   -."' - -.-  pnrenll.v witii the most doterml'ued attention strtilpht' thiwigh the prayer.   .,  "Ai'ler la* said 'amen' nnd opeucd ids  eyes he was nsl;<*d how he ..had got  along with hts task.  *��������� 'U's a failure, itentiemen.   I didn't  got to the end of- 'hallowed bo ihy  ���������iiiime' boforo I ^wjwlored what kind of  a horne It \vit*������fKOliift to bo, and before  1 I romiiod 'tiy- will li<> done' I thought  ioiiths;r-also. Car!'.!'1;' Si,ed Pota-  nliota hlaek saddles und white Baddies  ���������������n\d about the horse ngaln; then of ti*������  hrW'le ami . the   rein,   whether  thoy  \ut���������-    ft'.    vm������  WA-     \���������>.lv  W   l'   'brW'le ami   the   rein,   whether  thoy  toe*,  df-   per   lb���������.Ap^!y   *%��������� ������?|- ^uW. bx������ of, lisdit or, dark .leather;  1 llivrrijj;aii, MSiito.   -.    ���������   -,    ,,., X   ���������'���������; ., Uien 0!* old Pete, n' horse my fiither  FOR SXTE^DTW^^i^Sttrvr  .ml A\\nj Uo Istwid, boUliu guod  ���������jondit'loii.' W'i'l'l-isbll dieap,; A.,ppiy  ,hod mul how he throw me over his  head when !'switched him with u lo-  i Nuws, office.  FOU   SALE���������Seed    potatoes.j  ,  ,,-���������:,        .��������� .* ,      j T"    T*- , be or.t ou the plnlaa nud what a pile of  Noronton    beauty,   uixlwn   ilny*;    ^yj H>  Sa*inii;e.l*   niihoUtorlnsr' money a man wouW make by ruiiml-  wist thorn brinK*linwa"Tif'lrmtiV������>'-t!iat-  Uhilu-it old l'ftto isi'tttt; I'ibR wlille they  wow In the pasture together and left  tijo Imprint of 'both shoos on his side,  aud before I miehed 'amen' t thought  0*' a drove Of wild boms-that used to  K.'U'h  P     :? " ��������� VU',M. %\,*-  Z wrlu>r '" ���������v l' ' M������wwwa uiaki.^hud rcpaiuastibw  the cities through which he wilw������>0������������������������,,,, itnmvnso vieldw.   .PrUu.i ,      '*       'i ., ������,   ' ' ' . ,-i'' ,'  o K,u.iviiii iiuw'iM   lit,mu.    1        ! Luinmes and MatUv^es iliitdo,   to  pass  The Exposition opens, in Seat-  t,le on June 1, .Weston will prp-r  ceed by the northern, tijoute,  which should bring htm. to. ,the  E jpcBltion city during the early1  part. oTjuly,"''   '    ������������������" .; ,  A UnjlUCS OF A'GliliBlKNT.  ,, .t-AVyfc t. fyrl'ili ilny/MiKdi 119th, 1900  ������,'���������...   ' 'lor (Knitt do, ^orjhv R^rptt:���������-���������  I '���������r>oe''Ui|.t(J5) flft(>6n I* ftnifn', oV������a  V   ,.*��������� 1 figidhti in 'olir.(!','Oii, 'VUrcittii  ��������� J '.���������   Ai.owry Hilled. ������������������������������������..    ,  ,     /.    A-tt, un otitdh weight.  '"'3. **s-; * oi', ���������glnve������,tlD bo und, ,  4.���������Winner   tu   rw.otiio   outir������ gttte  Nt������������ipt}iiitM>r ������^ni������������bi dtduoUd.  ,   ���������',9.<7*Ki������h qnntoiUut lu pot iip$25oBk'  , unar-tirweof ripytanrnuoo untlftilllll oootraot  rt.-huter.:a to lid uJ������o������eu ftaixx tb* ring-  n'de.  7;���������0, .flugravanhotnii nn nuka hoWnr.  ������.���������Kth������r yKtty fidlnir to   ixgtaa ta  nld urtinlen in 'ud<iH mid "tin.  'j.���������^onf, l .0 uk������ \>)ixnt In Dumber-  > hnd Hull, on MftttiUy ���������vimiiitf, April ID.h  ��������� iOOtt.   *  ' lit,n CjkWTitonNa,'  YoilSil .lONKH.  U ibnot n little pccMliar that  while the smallest battleship In  the navy is mimed nl'ier the big-  >.������cs( Slate, (lie btjjfjest battleship  just launched i.������ unmet) after the  next to thc Hinallcat State? It  docs seem, conaidermg the cost,  that wc miftlit ut leu hi get a little proportion between thedifler*  cnt.timtes and their naval name*  ��������� aakei.!f-Exc)tangc(  Thi,rr Ir, n< nr������.vHpnpi������r~-puh-  - liShcd i;i thiT'l^^llsli lauguage  ���������of cuitrhc���������ut lUtigalorc, lu Brit-  iah India, mid tt slieda this li������ht  lax . \v r.i.i������v.-...i ������,;u'.\'.;'j:::  '.. ���������'I'aM^fna iii one'of the tilno  StaUa in tin? Dlstrirt nt'OoUun-  jiiu, which Ik the seat pf tlie Un������  ,i\tt\ StiiteaGovefnuKMit provld*'  ������4 by the Slut* of Maryland."  ���������<���������    mmejmm���������w������������������������  oc. pwjloiind; if by mail add po-'j  inofa.'' Lurgor lots ut rwl'ie.od pri-j  c������s. All ordui's will receive my ]  prompt BttridlOll,���������I)."<\a", I  - -..'.������������������ ���������- H,Cl  ���������,...'.. !  v.*Xmr'm.xt^m^wtx^r*^e*^.t  ...    GKAFTINQ.  fug them nil up ami selltux them for  farm horses.  " M old thlnU 1 could fix my mind oa  oue tlilnp- for awhile, but whon   l  j tried my brnlua seoineil to aetttter llko  Oliicr. -'  N; \\,-~(Jarpots'Vi'ikait up, clean   uu old fasliioued shotgun.'  ed and rclaid,   ' '  ���������Order* tukou i.t tho Kurilitin".  ��������� tOl'O.  Dr. 1">. Iv. Ken', daiiiird, will bo  ���������<l Coiirtoutiy, Mni'tdi -llh to lili.h  .nd afU'l'^ardni at: Cumlioi'huid .  A cure for chvonlc cranks in  ihe smohinsi" line.  The  w(.in\ud  A Letwn In  Horticulturu With One  Serious Omlttion.  My noltflibor Mi-own eiuno to thu"gaN  den fence and paid: ���������  ���������flow do you do year KniftlnRl"  ,"My g!iiftla������V" rtald I,  "Yes-Ri'ut'Uug iTppIo Uxksb.   1 wnnt!  10 try It lU.VKOir." " j  "Oh!" I e.xeliiliiUNl,, "Yen. S-'fi* Well. : >���������  in die Umt pine������, I hepin hy lyln������-  dhut Iv. I, lie In bod tn think tlm whom  ililiiK oiit In every rtoiiill.. I(wateli my  o|ilioi'iiiiilt,v, nud on Ihe ili'Hi ti..v day I  atnal a few lioura from my IhikIiipss.  Then t biiri'tiw 11 H-iW'-a steel *>������������������������������  ntul with ll I robl!a"Hee ii|uvi wnlcli  I wnnt to K.all <u' woiiio of iu Irtrjwr ,   ��������� ^  Iminehes.   This I try 10 do In micli a | *'>.tKI lor lutehi'i*.  nnd  ^i.oUJhi  way thai die ln^ of tlie lii'iiiiclieM will  An Eccentric Will.  In the year 17SU a Rcutleman living  in RiiRlnnd iituned Suinuel Haldwyn  died nfler a somew-luu unlmpny married life. By hia will Mr r.aldwyn  loft Ills property to hia yoniiu wife on  the condition that she Klmtil'l from t imu  to time duuee upon hia pravo  The motive tor this sirnnjre request  wiih o7Ulont when Uie limtniNlmts tor  bla Interment wero road. Mt*. Hnldwyn  desired that lilsremulns should ho tuk-  Ksaniinaliou ���������  ......    o. GO  Tie mipHeations must he uccnuc  i.uiiud Ly. tei-iimoiiiiil-j and evi  h-oce stating ihal:���������  :i.    If a candidate for First Gla>"t  b;*i h������ in a Hri'.ish'Vubject and hu'-'  ; I at   ieoiii five years-' 1 X|.eiicuc;  y. .;)*������'bout tlio {.ructical woikinj..  ��������� '��������� :.   I:, ill: lliiiu;.   sir.d ���������, is   at   lent"  \V< ' -IJ-'tlVi:  Vi'Ul'fr' ci Hpe.  k li a candidoi'c- fo>*'Sot^od  'hlR-, ihftt he has had nl lea^l flv*  ear..' osjici-i-t oe in or ab-.iut lh*  ���������mcdeal woikiii'i ot a r 'Ui   nuui  e.    If 11 cmididalc f^r'Third t-lo*;'  vt Le ha> bud ������t leu-sl three ycai  -,rptnit!rTHii"T'r^bmvi--5-l-e-pr-ii0Mo���������������  ;orV.ing of a 1 on I ndlie  d,j  A oaiHiiiluUi for ������ 0������*rlifica"  >i Coiii[..cieie y tis������' Mniii\uei\ Ovct  .in;, shifitosii, Kiii.to!-!, nr'-Slit'.1-  ': I'-ttr, chad \t doe,   a  < ,-rlifi.'siu  " '< in ti duly qu.'ltl'i.d ii'i'dsci.l pia '  ���������   i ( er cliowr- vu iln-1 lie 'line* i������ki ���������  wiiirce in liiin ulu'eiMvoik Ihlh-;  iftt. ihe wild c.it.didai'e, o^iyc fit:  it in pi-r>i>ns iujoied o. cm.1 mil ���������  v  opera 1 ions  O'.'imI -i' N opinio. H C Diceii  .*r kSth, iVKti,  Ly oic^er ef tli Uoavd,  *Ki AN( l������ H  SllKIMlKRV-  'Kuue'ery  ' t ,tm.-ve.tXi%iAisvMzim*-ts.-*i������i.Jn.-Ktm������'.imn.V������r:itui*a.'^t  .em ii--Mii.n'!. '.' ill a ure nn  fcwVr������aiS^*������*i^ii.C^Wr*?!9^������**',(-,-v * * Use-  ftpimalt k Kanaiiao t]  STEAMSHIP LINES  VIOTORIA, NANAIMO AKD COMOX  SERV1UK.  s. 5. "Oity of Nanaimo  Subject to change without notice  ���������-txctc-rx.a.-cc'WlOs:     tao-wrsB  Sails fiom Victoria Tuesday, y.-n. s������. io  ��������� ��������� Niiniumo,   calling il Ciofior.  Kuper'  and Them Islands when  freight or  passengers ofl*er, nnivlng ������il Nanaimo  ai 4 p. in.   ",  Leaves Nina.mo   \Veilnsdny,���������7 a. ������������.  lor Union Bay Coinox ,01* wny porta  arriving ai Comox* ai 2 p. tn. ������������������    ,  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., foi  Union Uay and Nuiiaime, aniviny ai  Nanaimo at 2 p. iw.       ......   I A-i  Le.we-j Nanaimo  Friday, 7'a.l nni for'  Union'bay and Comoic,- airjeinfe- nt  Comox -it 2 pi. m. ^  Lcuves Coniox ��������� Saturday,   7  n;. ������i.   for  Naii-iimo, ut'rii't'   at 1.30 p.m.  a-iils from Nanaimo SaturUa>, i p.m., io  Victoria, artiving ������������l 9 b..nxA.  A  t'-V.d VllWt; ,  it..-.'.u... ......UJ...  .,,.**���������. u.*,i*m-Mm.<,  NANAlMC-VANCOXiVSE  s. a.    -JOAK,"  Snils irom Vancouver for NniminiO '���������  ..iiioy, e.\tept Sundays, ai 2 p. m. aiiivui^s.,:  u Nana'.nio at 5:30 p. m.  Sails from Nar.aoiio for Vaticouvei ;  diuly, except Sundays, at 711.111, univv,  ui^^7^oianjver^Ti'in3trarm  Special steamers foi' Kxcur  5;ons, ������od ledueeri riles for panics limy  ue iorani-cci tot on upp'icaoou io the  iJist  l'ass. Ati������nt.tl Victoria.  Secure steamship tickets and  berths fioin W, McGiir, City  Agent, Com mere iul St, Kav.aiiiio  a. C.  Esquimalt and  Kanaim'o.By,  mmmmetu******   ,  TIME IMIE  en hy boat lo thu N'eedleii and then  DuUc" Cigar,   uiamifactuveil  by ; cast In the wa.   Thla slnuuilar wlcih  1'erey K, Winch,  hailysmlih. 1). ona,,,(H, h,m Vo wvp,w> MxuMt ������" ,,H  Mr, Which will visit Citiubei-  land once n month in llie intcv-  ���������iH of his business.  W>������-������HH^1������������PIII������������ mm^afmmmm*.************������^���������**  ,<\)\,   SAliK���������i'iio   wolfhound  lileli, S'20,<10 IIvo wolfhound ptip-  (^���������^tf^njliy*!', mt\pw* <?������ I������^>V*k%AiW ���������'  C. l-l *i AHEt-LL  j wife tor past dtsauroementa, and Uio  I widow last the property, in she could  I not ful (111 tho conditions ot her hus-  hand's bequest  Tht V/orH "Octre."  Old fiinliloncd et,vino!os.rlMt������������ u������ted to  nny Unit the word "oure" eommomorat-  ed the tmlTorliiRa of Kumpe diirliin tlw  ninth nnd teuth eeniui'lefi nt the hands  of the rnvititliiK "OIroiiw" nr linns.  t*������v*>*Mii������*Mam  way thai ihe Inn* of the in-miches win   ,!,,,,',<. n.,i,lv U| CiViiiiiorv, Court-; Thla dnrlvatIon. however, t������ miwiibiin-  not he lioileed.    Tlwno lliuhH uliould ,      ' ' * I doocd.    "ORre,"   wlileh   renehed  the  not he left lyiuu  (hat Is, l.vliti; on llm ."iiiiy. ! j.>,.mH,|, innttinisto bv wny of ltallnn nnrt  [round.   Tliry un������ imnlulitly and may  iitrai't   the   aitetitlon   of   panKerclij*. i  They ahnuiil he liuilled liehlr.d the lat-  lleeWMi'li iii'iven. nt once.    Ko for no  Moil,    Now, h������t me nee-oh, yes!   I  \i.niimcmk**h<  mi')   niiiiiiiu  uv iiiwiiv:.i  in-iiir.M uiv nu- i ,. ���������r u.,,.-,.,.v ,��������� *m.-t*iimg*.*r**m. I' ������������"<��������� -*��������� ���������**���������;  lleeviWU wrw'ii at mico,    Ko for no! .'..���������������]U :!���������������.��������� ���������"'���������i'-Ln-i\We\.Vi\\^*\x[  1001I.    Now. let me nee-oh, yes!   I ! "��������� <\ ������l h yi JSa t,J| Ua L?i;J ffitj*1  .11b another tree of 11 few twin* hav. 1 ( I.   ,, ���������! M Rf  t;?,l WA Wwp-n !  va. ImoIs on iIi.mii ami liif-ert lln-.11 In ; !.,;, IJ' ^W,.^iL''MUK"-1 :  it... e.til* nl' the .nne,) hrauelies .a, tlio I ,���������;; ^WtlttMjfitrfftA^ili;  treo.   Then I lake *.iuo I.eeHiv,,*, ntul ��������� <j*r tL'Stfj/t'^VN f^MUKlhi'  Willow ������.,i,l melt (Lent loitelher    Till* ! '^ | ft^7W"^^^H^fr*nl  Tht"������������������PiiyVdrcil:." which is  to be ������hc fmnt^meiu itr<������ct of  m .iluikil'l'ACitlc W:on Kvprw*  ��������� i������ '* three qu������i ter*. of a iniic  .! m, 1 et there were five ���������wplica.  ������|. ii������ (mt ivtry tl t on it whioli  enabled the Jlrecfors to select on  ly tbe very lx?H attraction������. The  'Mt ������ptmiu :mil*<- Jum -���������  llrst tlu.e tryliijj.   Many llmu'.^"  Wnirlly nfter I heard I'.rov 11 lelllnil |  Ills wile how I e;,j,liilt!pd the |iroeeilS. '  I'l.l.t l'< llie wny he hml It: >  "PlfHt.** lie miyK "you   niUMt  lie ��������� j  ,,. .; ','. ..���������'.��������� ; ' ������������������ >������������������'>���������������������������* *���������*..* chillOHl '  ���������it "tenl tt hnlf due fr.mi.llui colli- 1  I'liny'H lime; thoii yon *iwtl a hh\v{ ;  I hall .voil defiioul the iiwt of mtuw j  liniiiihe-. wblcli ,v������.it niett ldd������������, w no-!  tti.|y will iret <u; then yon mb somo- i  Imily'M tree of ti\'lK������, but thorn Iti th������ j  ,..,.- ������.," -:.. '...������������������' '. ' " ' *' '���������'"���������" .''"er '  trneltH wltb lieoHwas nnd tnllnw." ���������  Knld Itmwn'n wife:* "I don't tldntt '  that mnn enn U* inutcd. Fie tins two* ���������  hinds of u'mrtliiK mixed, nnd, besides, 1  lie didn't tell yoo where lo steal tbt !  ,ir������i������l������ Uetn." -  C'.i .rralocil CJicm'-erlr/ Puro  iMmmAiQ rtscw'ewUstt |������o������r 1  Spanish, Is really Oreus. the bulla hell,  ottorwnrd the nod nf the underworld,  in Uomiuuwiue foils lore tlii* nod hi"  enme n shitty, hlueli, mini devourlmt  moiiRter, with a piirtlenlur tusle for  lost hiihes lu the wood  Ono View of tho Kin.  The olfactory hlnti Ik Mongolian The  nutritive nlTnlr In KurniMin. The Mnn*  iM'.hni kins In with the 110*0. The l������u������  ropean l;l������* ia wllh Uie nioiuh  The Monttollan Idim Imlliiites thnt  the party sniffed would U������ an nuree*  ahlo pmy. The Uuro|it'iui vnrleiy luill*  ���������Oilton that the pnrty emhrneed wnind  Ulillto 11 dNeeltible niea!  Tlmy oru but the dlttVivtu foniin of  the snine Instlnei of prcnei'vntlaii-tlw'  give mid tnltc uf wild lioantw,-lix.  clisnpte.  \:M GRADE S.T0  a i;     THNSiLS  Sportsroens Goods  and  General Hardware  NlVt-W** ���������^/���������'V' mm*J*e*e*mitr>'tto^  lliUiiT  ItlKXtCMKQ  Do you tcnotv tho dlfforerco  bstwoon wcrklnn nn<J luvtng  tho worlc dono (or you ?  Sunlight Gotp Bctuitly malioo  tlm dirt drop out���������bbvoo you  tltnw nna monoy-but Injurou  nelthor bands nor  clothes. That  |UAt   tllO  Ifforonco  0 twos a  unllRlitSoap  ond ordinary  ioaps.  \*  .m     .������������������. . ..-.m |i*vif.^n������M|^itf",  !^rrf^  TEHBBSIS.  Ar* of tlm Superior Omllo.  The M������iH>rloi' Kiniie \a 11 useful m*om>  |>    I pliStllllCIK   Km   .h,,������   yit.i.r   ���������        '.',   '.':���������  , , oiuAi 'ti vo,"v> 'I l'v iml<'i'ii'ltle������.  ' where It may he mulled nl IH best nn  youiw Don. Mnn.v men who leiirn  iiothlnit elro nt Hie iiulvi'i'Kltlcs learn  tlitn nrt and Umi ii unconiimiiily iiiieful  In after life. It In nn excellent cover  for 11 iiiiucil mum uni ���������>in.nni i.v ^>i������������,U;  aftor by parliamentary ciuiilldatoa.���������  Oxford Vnrnlty,  teOUTH UOUND-Reiul  Uown  .���������.,....>.....~  l*ftuer.B������i In ilia  Sutler,  Vn',  Vi i,  r������l>'             ,wrlil������>  ������������. S             N... ������  W������l.in|>tuii,  LvliMt > VI l.n.\rit.i������  Nuni'itiio  "   v.n        iB.ift  bmijuuiih,  v.iai           K> i't  Ul.rirnii xw.  [1 *.C   "         Ut VV.  iJttnoNii'i,  lUllC)               lli.li.s  Cowli'lnoi,  10,40            .Srt8  CobbW Hill,  K'.4Q   '        Vi.kU  \ luvuns.  Arilvo li.tfi AitUf l*.5b  ������,ft<wn#������iwi������������f������.*. ������ii-<  NOH lli IKiVNlV-ll  -IUHU  1 I',IV''  MMttMMM  StHliOI.I  Pollov/  Dliwt!������Rr  Tenders will be   received   by  lie ntiderstKm.'d up to Thttviuluy  flooring Papa,  P|vp-,ir������ni'*old Tom my wim litdinx put  CKslnt-f Ooolti.  Tli#    fln������*st    Vaown   eollf-etlon   of  i|jnho**'1  b������vit"������   in that   In  Hereford  \n<ilT������f Tfnr>. lor the erection ofI IIU'oiirIi 11 tent In uiiinlierH liefore the  ,    .... , , .   ,   .ad'.nlvlus  family  oue  day ot dbun'r  ne Intildiiiu, tvfo   sitgiy   hiifu.  1'latif and spccilicntioiis nu>   '-k  ���������cmi tit  tho Cnmlwrlaml  Hotel  (i:n������timJi mttiCMlrnl.   It Incluih'n nbrtiit ' *!'Sie lowest ������>r ������l������V Tenth t* tu.t ������������������.���������  ;������fss������ volutucH nrnii8*d In live tinnlo i ., ,   ,'  easot, mt wbk-h t*t Wu than t^vai ������r������ ceewirily accepted.  ���������oettrf*.) bf e-bnUte throe ur four fwt 1 VICTOR BONfMlA.  le*.g. oscb r-ltu * awlrrl lu tlm i*mcr    ��������� ,rr ���������   ,, , ���������     ���������   Alt tbt world ttmy not etnciH lute  s K������v������r. but ii'iH'.v*}������ \-%X*r* ���������;oilt on  horrent In hit intern r,l������t������ liny mv  ������e������4 i<s thr jiry   l'u<c  l'������>i;:<.\l.K  fl    Jt'/    .dtti ,'2  Ltd..  r  in  ritmlly papa nnUeil hlm tho question  that Iind itmvod the Wntcrloo of tin*  older children In p"*t .vearn.  "Now, Tommy." mW rwp������, "how  tunny nro two npp'.os and thre������������ poiunT"  Ml<*lva fruits!" promptly nuau-orad  Tommy.���������Dallnwitor.  W������ osftWfi mfsfirMm* nnti bafe  plnass a llko, We ure nt'vor olthar a*  weoklied or an Imppy aa wa ear wa  wrt.-lUlsac,  NOTU'K  Any piTMin or pi'ifoiid, cutting.  'I'tut'vlnpor Hiking any bhu'lic,  '.iinhni' or wooihol tiuv il������-MTi)diodii  '���������loi'(.\ii\g to thu Wtlliuiitoii Colony Co'/., oi'fi'oni or off th������������ Imid  >f tin* suld tkiuijiiniy, will lm jiror.  ���������eiilcil lo llm full I'Mcid of t1'*' hiw.  V, I). Litili*.  Su|'t*iiiitciuU*iit  "WclllnptMi CtiUifiy Ci������������jf,  Ci.ji.nt it   Shilo'.-i will i"')'.' mv  ^.H  mid I'oldii,  Vmily Wn\A  a.t,  Sin ������������������  Nn. I   ;   >'���������������.������  LtUVr l> I tl J.. hVk l.'illl  io,-<u        m,&o  lU'lli III'I I  1I.IHJ lli.ttl  ii ������u      17 n  IIUW 18.U5  Ainvi It!.(ill aiiivt^f.O  Vleteris.  C.'liUli Hill,  Cuit ivhsi,  Diuchb'*,  i liiHimiiiim,  ..o >HitUl'>  I'liHitliep  Vlllll'llli'll,  *  Spttiiitl   tiuiiu- 'nn uciiniion'-,  oid ri'Miit ed tnton lor jitii'ilcH niiij'  i' Hnanut"1 tor.till   iHi|.lii'Klinu Hi  1,1!   l)i:l,   l'llrf,   Ajillll   lit   Yillllill,  liscuinioin Ticket* on Mair Imu ami to  ill Ktntit.im, itmul bu wmti)i ]t>uimy Sid<  viiri.iy mu  nuiKlny, rciuiiun^ '"** ������*,<-  unti .Mi.l.JrtV,  I.. D, CHKTIIAM      ���������  fMi-iiict ruascugci' Aj*tut,  ; '.vi C' VtTl'll^'tt t'������H������etl  VICTORIA, ll.C  NfEW YORSC  CLIPPER,  18 THI miATCRf  THEATRICAL ft SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  $4,00 Fir Yur.   Slagfe to,ifl gu.  IHStlKU VfKUiaT,  Sample Copy iFnit. THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT,  We, Algernon   II,  Strucy, M.  i.    Ne'elin  Garland' and  Charles   V,  Dickinson nil of iho City of Van  ���������-cttuvxiiLuiJthiiJiia"Luce _o������__Rfiti&li'  < ^���������^h*H^rf-*K,*H*  Columbia hereby give notice that'Every T  '     we |,!'opos������ to luiild anil operate a Ti--, 'w'Xo.  otritinway in Rupert District,  Ot  inox Division, Vancouver  Island, j J?8������F3J8L������3%  Tho proposed route of. the lims  is contmoiujing at n. point on the  East shore of Nunpkitdi Lako tin*  said  point  being on  Section  20  ltupcrt'biatricti "thence rnnninK in[ H., .S������. R0LST0N,  Managing Director.  ������ K������neral Northerly direction to,a. , Vancouver,   Bo   C. '  point on .May'a Buy on Ikotighton  ������������������*    Stndta on it piirtiou of Muy'* pre-  Walworth-Rolston Go.Lttl  See E. C. Emci������, Agent, Cumberland, B, C,  imi Feed'Stable...   *  %U f mMiMmii ^MTwia mnnrif"! nra^innr n'n iii-Mir-  *A*  I    JOHN   BRYD^N   I  t Proprietor '4  eniption  hcino' section -Two   (*2) ( ^i-M-1-W-H-M-H-hW-H-l-H-fr  Township Ono (l)Uu]i*Vt DUti'i.oi  said tramway lining a length of ������ix  miles more or I^h,  JDnted this twenty.Iind, day of  December 100.3..     * -  ALUERXON/H. 8TUAOY,  M.NliKl.fN OAKLAND  OI-JAUUiS l<\ DICKINSON.  mauummaauuM ,'n iit������ ��������� - ^*o������^v-.:jYMiv'T*vwuin������i������auw*a  TUAiM.WAY  COMl'.wN'V   UN-  COUPOUATION ACT,  KOTIC-VU horoby giver, that, the  undump;ueil propnw to hnlid n  ti'aiitwitv from a point, on the fnte-  Bhoro of Coinox Ilurhoiir,Comox  DiMrlct, Vaiicoiivoi'lHlnnd, Hiruule  uliout 7H0 foet en*t fivuii the Soutli  oast oorner nf I.-������r ti'j, thence running in a fioneral northwesterly  direction for a tllslnuee of ahout  twenty miles to a point id thc -ninth  eiiAlciiy tuni or Cuuipboll Luke iu  tlio wild District, und ti'itvendiig  poi'tloim of tlm fnllowliig laud*:----  Lots 8I ami Ull), &i������ hm* 42, UU  nu,h;fivl,oU 101, lit and US,  Puutlmluo Inditiji' IJ, Hiirvfc, Loit 11 \\  Section* 75, 71 and "Oh L,i'i������ 1 ������������������'������������������,  ISO and US, llU-.k SO, umi  through Towiihhip ,'<1, V, 4, land  ll, tojjji'iher with (*ueli hi'iiimli line**,  ���������pur*, niho tniekii nml feeders In  toiuuHd wi'.'h thoHitid tram wny w  mnv  lie  iit'..*o������������Hi'V  iu  conned ion  V,|, 1,   .nt    ��������� .,1,.'.  liHit-tl  Hi..'   ."i.i   MIW  of i t,ii,,  l,'0\i>  NOTIOE.  ���������D.-'H UNDENTS  COMOX LAND>[STRICT.  it   t������wi>a mm** *f*������**ft*������ ���������n������a������ ><*������������������*���������������������������������> ww^i���������mui  ;       FIRST ; CLASS  1UGS :Ol* i Ml  1  '        RINDS         ^  '**  *I*  *%  ���������N  *!���������  " ;.-an<j Cod  1&  M������  Vf*  ** Dunsinvii' Avenue ft  *C.UM������KRlyANI>,   11. 0.     f  m\, i*  ������^.i5������fi'll������J'������?''l*>i>'{<'l''l4,?-ll<,l"l,,l*'(!*,-}''?'i'M'  -i  4  on.'\ .".'������'('<',';, .l.-iit'i"/I'M.'*, ,1'f'ri.i'n.'IfV-t'/'i  ������������������������������������������  jw������,i/ii.','l,.'drjill.it I. VilhtfiK. Uia-'.o,iuii;. ���������'���������.,',  o-t'.inl., vr, (nn,' h'.ifcd <ii' ,il('.n#or I'.io ,'  I'l'loii'llP'irli'.i!; ������l:ilY.r{.<. *w<!t.v.il' ;*���������'.���������������������������>'. ,������������������  ���������ivIiU'iif, SoM \tv nit Anitrrwii nr inuil-.i Ir.  nlivlhi p !���������;.,������. .a r>'i'������lvl. <)' !.i"i'd,   .Vi'.n y������>* ������n- 'tin.  wdli.i i'ivf. ,f������������������ i'v.Jo.iiiia<tiioifii*ot\  ijtlt'itltvtll ll'tli:'.*!*') TwOdt^O.11.  /���������e$*t>'r\mm, 'ilvi rmi, voi-h* 'tw.u, k,\A  ' .    ' ' y ��������� * t      *"   ��������� f* l* <  t\t,K'' tiftt j'/.)-:tiiiii)-'jU4;r.ii)^li|.iji-*'i)V.|������*ii .*���������������  Hiding on .looonioiivoN and rail  ivay cars "oi -the, Union Colliery  Oompauy'hy;any person tr per*  ,jone���������\ixoept lainoiew���������ii)strictly  t>roh!1 itctl. Employees f.i-e sub-  'ec l-M.iMiiifsal for allowing sunnily order  KlUNClH i).  LlTTlH  ,   Al/'tuv^r.  HENR1TS NURSERIES.  For tliv Sprln������ Trade  'IVfted Sioclc, SeedH  for Farm  CuOilcii, or Couperetttory,'  from thu hen'prowerii In Knyluud  I'mwi'i U.oll,ii'd,lJiiluid!3uied  and 0,tuudn,  Kfitii   ai'd Ornnmeiitftl Trten,  Suiall t'ruilc, homo grown  'Kortllilora, Ibm Muiiplie.H, Sjiraylnp  Maieri 1-. Out   Flowers, oto.  UaiiitKi.CAlAI.tKlUEn-tBR.  M.   J.    HENRY  CriU'ihouBfo,   SnnrJ HouneD and l*oot  Oil co /������aJn������.������,  0010 W.ltHT;������il*rrtTK������ ROAD.  ltrioieh Nui'fcory, lioiuh Vunoouvar,  Tako Nollcp th*t Fraser River  Imniber Ct>.v Limited of Fraaor  Mills, P),T^,, Occupation; Sawmill  and Lumher Company, intiiiids to  apply for poi'ini������.doii to lease tho  following described land,--  ���������Coinnie.ncing"a-t a post planted  about ToO feot distant and in a  southeasterly "direction' from the  southeast corner of.-U>t .82, Comox  Diiit'riot, thenee 1500 feet South  4:0 decrees, -l-h, v minutes Essf,  thenoo 500 feet .North, 4.0 dogroee  111 luinutoB East, thonce 1500 feet  North, 40 dofiruoH, 4-1- minutes  West, thenco South 40 degrees 10  minuttw Wpfit, to point of com-  mone.moiit and containing 17.2 u~  ci'ns more or luss,'  Dated 2fith Kehrnnry   1900.  Fuaskh Rivic'b LumbiirCo. Ltd,  , XaWoo U fcae������>T {(i^it V.>3*J  ���������."-? ��������� ������������������ ���������  l'ii'jv. n.ttxx' ,*a'������ I '.tilled >.:��������� ������:<'������������������:��������� ������������������������  tV������ HvmouraWo VAoiai Cl>aKo!������il^������������^#���������  of tAmia a*<i VTwlta for t\. Uaxxt* *o  )iro������p������ct }������r coiil ������u������i petrok*w.i an-  <kr the fcr<Mh<*������ iad u������k* *.)*���������* ve*  Ur and ou U;e l*o6& in Comox K������rb������ur  <X}mox DutcUt,  dtsorilKKl US feltow:-  OouimouoUs; ������t a pott plant������<l at ������ha  l������octk w������������a������ corner ������f    M. A. Ntpior't  ohiliMi -tV������i������������ ao*atn  mbiftt M ehaliwj,  tlien-w wait obeut !i0 eliaias tdknnoa'vin-  ittlj folU-ariog tlw nitiuoaitv������������ et tke  flhor^hn. to ptaM of  o*������������������inoouiottl,  oouUimos ab������ut 27S tut***.  Uated tliia 80th day ������t D������OBib������r 1W������.  O.K.B.KAHIUR.  R, lloaa H4pi.������r, Acoufe,     I..      .  NoW������o ia howbr ei'*en *���������*** **-***  Dwy������ alt*r dato I Intend %o agtA? t*r,  xkn Honourable Chi-et CoMflftla*i>������Hirt  ot Lands aad Work* for *. Uaem to  prtj������P*������t tor oeai tod pafcr<������k������scft ���������������������  der the for������Wote and undar the ������Mar  and upon ihe lindu known" aa Wkiie  Blwff K������$erv������, ������?omex Dlttnct, dosed W  as follows:- CoinaaencinB Rt a past plan- '  te.d:iboKt jo chnins east from tW Wast  EndofGoos* Spit, ie Gomax Harbcnr;  dienea north 80 chain's: tkutico aait 80  chains*, theace soatlt 80 chaiat, die������������  wtu 80 chains to place ot comwtnea- -  '(.isysnt;.containing about 64* acres.  . Dated this n^th dar of Deeomtor ten  R. ROSS MAPISR  Notbo to kewby glTW~ta<U, %ti^ta  Daya *,t***r dato I InXtirA te np?-V W  VAh ������onowra*������e Obxnt CotwnAnmioane  of Tjindu and Vtorbu tor * tietxan bo  ptoBpact tor eotA aad pet������ote������������i ue-  danho for>i������h������r6 an* tinier ������l>o vrnho*  nnd ujwn tho landa in Cooux Harbcwr,  H*le������>n DintrUt, dtueribait an tisllovt.���������  Co������i,ffii������ccinp at a pool plnt.te^ &'������ iho  ������ou\k w������������t oamor of It. K. HusUa'a  oiRiw, thenc������ nor lb oboot 40 ������kn.i-|i;  tboxoo w������tt abnut 25 chaina;'tlioiico ffl-  Uwingiheainuoai i������������ot iba shnro lin %m  pUot of ooumacaamaat, oo!itai������i*'g aVnnt  DOacro*.  Dated tbis 30th Any ot Deoanb<>r 13GB.  K. U08* NAWBR.  *i  &  itor  and���������:���������"������������������ Em-i  I     baimen  ft   ������^������e������G������������iMKLtDecS���������^|j)  C)' n  O H0MI8 c      JRidaSmaf   .He-fj}  ^ iiewitt*?,   ts   Peusidntionsg  L) CarcfBtly Attended t6.    ������  _^ -,__ _.;������������������>��������� I  Oiuiberlaiid, ������������������   B..-CK:'^j.  ., '        ' ' '   '6  NOTICE  ��������� MM* .,       ,  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in, town to delivei Frc*.<h  Butter and all kinds of Vegetable*  and ulso 20 tons'of potatoes;' \till  sell cheap.  Cinu Yku'k,'  Saudwick.  Notico In horoby givon that Thirty  Daya nftor tUto I iutoiul to mpiily to  the VI on ou rnhli ()\\\v< Oouiiittauloner  of I^iittls and Worko for a IJcJtiiiii to  |irtiH,Hii*t for eoai mid pi*trotft'Kii tin-  (lur tlio foi'Mihoro und ujuUir tha vea-  (er and U|ii.ullm liiml i������ Cuaiox Hi,nn������iir,  nml dvMjribud an fiill"������w������:^Cuui ������a������oi>.g  til 11 post pluuUd'Ati Ibenoalh wetloor-  i������nr nf It. H. Nnini/r't iiKlmj tborco u*4ut  (v) ohnina; tlmnee soudi'-(d) uhinu-i U.cnei  we������lSl)elii.'i'i ; tlmr'?.- n-ifli M ���������'���������aina;  lo place ef cmnniancaaotat  eontitlnJ (jiiboui ft Hi iit'ii*?..  Diti^d tliia atit-' ������1 i,v ft l)*efuilinr IWift,  V, W. HAMMO'flD.  T, IVmih Napier, AfftH'  COMOX  LAND DISTRICT.  'Take Notice thnt Vrinter River'  IminhiM''Co. LlmiU'il ol Fraaur  Mill* 11. C, Occupation Siiwiuills  and Lumber Compiiny, Intend* ���������<>  apply |'oi' purmisiinu to lease the  following ih'-ti'.rihod   luud:--  tJoinuioncitm at the noitliu'eit  corner poat ol   I'utrict  J������ot   lull, j ,,hB iionoiu*������.tile Chief ComiaiwiourrI,tu lur pur-io antijipldilyi-Nit wnmlor  Comox Disti'iet  thenee  north   '10'"' J*M1',M "*n'' VAirloi lor a limimii t'������   with net 11 single veutllntnr upeo In tho  .        '     ���������     ,   '      _. '    ,,...,. ,       ' proepwt for coal ������>nd |i������trol������iin������ ua*; vlinle ������nrl  tlegiwH l(huuiutu.iRa.t(100UfM't, (|M.||)e- frtfMll���������rt ���������,w, UM<icr  U8  WAltr ���������.   iheilW south il dom'i'U*  -til   mill- iiHi���������lcn the l;oifl'l;n.i#i at   White   Idiiff      >f *m wm,,(1 rpl,Kh ^m ro,5<1' ,nb0,r  Notlfo in lu>i*������by iflviii t.lnvt Ttilrty  ]>*y* ullor ������1nt# I Intend to nplUy t������  Notice is hereby given that ibirty  days after d������e 1 intend 10 apply to tha  Hon Chief Commiss!on������*r of Laud* a*-xl  Works far a licence to prosnacl fnr coal  and ifMtroWuiB n������d������r tb* K>r������j,!ii>r������ nuiJ  tiodi������r tha wa'orand o������ Jbo Jsnda kcotfa  aa'Waiti Bluff RwrT*. OratoK r>ii'.,fkt,  d^o'rii������oklaa foli-iw*.*���������C<niuinieu^. ni it  -wSftt^planted-nt-ika-aonth���������iwSfi!-t*irni..r_of���������  R. It. Nipier'a olnim; tb������������ee v<-ut 10  ubain'a; tliewee, M*rth about (-G, ������Ajrinsj  thenee enatarV toUowitiR ilto a'cufwitiw  of tk#ohorelino U Do n������rth trrat htira*  dary otliR. KnyiarV elaira; tlswoa  south abmt 5I> ohtinH to f*Aaea ot  o-onmeneaaMHit, ^jvUiiung nbuut 8M  *or������a. ,  Dal������<Hlim COtti tiay ������t Ducorat er \ht&.  8AMtfKblW-E5C*m.f^  K, Keoi iU.|icr. Aprnt,.  ^1���������1 nmlir.il 1 ��������� ��������� .iirmrrniwTiiinnin i r^ >kimmiii  THE. HUMAN. ENGINE.  To Oparato Thin Mastorpieco Air If  the Firot i-Jececsity.  OH all the ttiigine.i ,eunultiBl.y .dwvUed  by lima not ������nf i-.iti"eqtinl 'Unit oiuHtor  piece ot cobstrucfloo, the 'euartwi <���������# tha  Unman frame. To iini thai. eo������lu������ nit,  la the flm uoouBBlty. Oeniiuiiet It bo\*  you Trill, tbe greater pan of iim  energy which feoOs a power, plant U  lost before It roitches tbe apWiny  mttclilne. The l������<ly only haa tne powet  of usIiir energy really ceoiioinivtflly  p.nrt ellleliuitly. Its food Is It* fuel.  To tie nvnllablo nil the ������������������oimtltiu-ntn of  that food must bo btiriietl, proihu'lusc  heat tnitl power. Vor thut Uurubig tha  oxygon of the nlr Is essential, Rqnallji  true la It tbat uttroeoa must U pu *.���������  ent to preveiit tlm rapid oombcstlou  which would take place In <������xy������;vi'  nloite. Uut, whether the eoinliiiitikiv  he fust or Mow, the wllon latlie nauv;,  The limly burns tbe carbon iihil'*hyi ���������  rti'e������',e|i of Its food itnd glvoa ont tlu  oslOeH of theso nuliHtaneos, enrboi  rtlOKltlo (dnrbou acid gnsi und hyilrngm  oxide (wntor). The wnter (bat l������  formed within tha body by Hie burn*  Iftg of hydrogen Is of couip*iratlrel*f  nllght Iniportnnce In n eotiPldmitlon ol  the vlml i|iieiiU(iim of llie i>iffi-t of city  nlr upon tho Indlvldiinl. but tlio otliet  fm'tor, Uio 'carbon rtlo������;!d" Vormel In  ihe Iwdy, la of dlroel Iniiuiriiinco,-*  Mollis Qodfrey ta Atlnntle.  Tha Lost Wort.,  1 Cnsidticiiir-Thin lieri'lriiii"fi*r<o:plre.l  ii iieiii* mi, ind.v   The l.nd.v utle ttnn  for It-Diuilab Prworh,  FOES OF THE LEVEES.  Vancouver,  B. C.  ltd.  ihani Manr.it  OOPVRIQHTtt Ac  '.''. ���������'.)*,��������� f*i������*! **i  mJi*\r***-**J!mxa Mii'MriTiini tiMtftMiwiut  *������t������*ir R������p������nmr i..ir ������.(iiiii,hi fmtjihMhtr tin  myiUtnMiM, ������iihoyt ut*r**, in Ma  StleKttftc imtm.  aa*n.1������������mi,|irniii������lfM������.l m.-**li, Urmrntk  ftUllM at net *i*iiniWf |<rtiri������W|, l*>rmi, ti  iwr 1 !���������.������������ wimiks,ti. tarn ai*U M<������������it*������lai  r<������fw,Vimi������������aiwHl>,Vt  ..INSURANCE. I  "a* '  ef    ������>������������^ii������v*������^������'*e-*'V*Yt������*i  ���������h      m aimiaitttim 1 n-^������ww������  5 tr,.,-'    I'*.,   i'  Whon  In Courtonay  ��������� The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery conei-pietice for eueiitf,  ThoUauttal KoWl ("or OportininiA  Noun l.ui die lieu fit Wine* and i.'<|iuu������  uteB Knst 0.*i00 feet, thuiu-e 81.nth; Hcwue, Cnunn Di.-triet dokcrihfd  ������*���������  ���������10 doorooit 10 minute* Weat 1!JU0j���������V1"'*4;'Cc;,umcncu,,; kl ,*JT������'*"?'<  ,   . ,       .     t.  1 .. Jiiuhe north tisWuiiiar of P. K. Naples' ,     .    ...  loet nioi't. oi'   ln������i  to   ln,;|j   ������'������t������r|':| .,     heMe      t  ,���������    fhMn     lheni;(|   ������curwa  ef  Dangar���������  U���������  Iho  ArtKMat  mtk*i\.n.M ..r^V^Jt SS*; w  i',\i thiMiud hlfth wnur unii'h to,thciii.������ nurtli eighty th-'tuts to tlm plane 1 hyt,m of <imt% ft*, artldchti '.I'.'.ii'.i*  ti vlieiioint of commi'iieement, H:������if f������aunenieiu������ni eoiiunilnii about 0401 i,',,-)* 10 roiillno Iho lload wnicra Hint  1    ,,���������.,,,,.   , ,      : acres, ! imnr Into tlia Mississippi, nu doubt  I 1 .������. 1 1 ��������� I I 1 ������1 .    1 1 ���������     . . . .    i ';  1    ! .   .    . *       * ( I     . . ..       .     * ��������� *......*.. . .  n oay ol i.<evctio^t ly-J ,  K. Ko������������ Napiei, A(cni,  littied iho 5th, tUy of'MniclilUUy.i  KltAHUH RlVKIt LUMIIKU t*0.  J.TIi,  "'''iu'm'lM" "-"���������*- ',:;���������-, j    iiaieuibiaJtjmoavoiMMvmwi .ywi! :���������������������������,'���������- i'-'" "," '"������"? ",,,,������ *������> "���������  coutu 1 ni 11^, tlviiivio.*. it ���������������������������],*���������*,, itrt.siv',' .%"i'Jiiir<Ti .'.' milywmv with which the l.>vm������������ hnve  to rmuenit," aald 0 Untou iioujjo iu������.i,  "On tha contrury, tliu Iovcim,  boili  ������������������-���������1���������������������������*���������-t- 7 ������������������* ��������� ' fltiilng times of fl'Xid and low wider,  , ������   !    Notltfo la >imt.Uy givo;\ l>i*t TWrty   are xilbj-'et lo tbe InrcHannt atta<*n������ of  w " li������v������i niter ������l%oi t iuuiMl to npply to   llvbrt fow. tin* I't'iUnietl-M  wmit  of  A Fro������ Transition. ������b.i  M������..i.i.r������....'  . m-.   ....i.i.i.i.-   ( olAl. :..u, i.;!!!; . :* cf >x--" -1-   TV,.,,.  "And you 'inr Un- lilini or n fencber '">��������� Ji������������������'������ nnt \Vnrk.r, fur n Uwnro t������| foes nn������ Hllli'tilm-st, tur.k*. imuikitttji,  tiibl vou''Umi ymi iitid nu eviravagaet l"i,"i'"c' for, mnl ������������tl potrole-im "ts- field mta, fre������b vnvr lerrnpln ami  toiit of 11 rnilii'rV' ,,l!r 'h* frtrmhi i*;> nml under tbawatirj craii'tlKh.   Of nil tii<i*e buriMtvir? tbnt  ���������11 ih������������ Uut,  RATK8  PGARONAnLE  John Johnston,    Prop  5 \ro\   i:;M '.'...-thii.t'im    f--!'^  Fire Itisurmicc call and ^ct  rates before insuriuj}.  Wosloy WillartI  Ant-.u KMiheUoyai   J Got your I oh Pilntina  r   1 ��������� 1 > 1 ������ * ~  of I.H'erpi.ol %    1 4    1       n ���������  I done at thi: :\e\vs.  "Tlint's tvuiit he loeiint."  ���������'llm wlmt did be sn������ V"  "He wild It wiih erlinlnnl folly ta  uiiHir money on iliu iniuttiUon of such  a eliuinp na I nm," .  ���������wmmmmmmur.  Nothing Lott,  "llnte jmm," italiert tlio Jnflge of a  recently cotivb-tod ninn, "nnyiblnji to  ffiT the court before senienea la  IM'iaieilt"  "No, your honor," rt'itllwl Mio pels-  'enort "my lawyer took my last tar*  tfuug/'-UniUro Tlt-lUta. *  snd 011 Uie luml. in Coiiu.t  lltoliinr,   poy nu the leti-ir., wmtlng wl'lilo  Nnlion Diniriol, durirlbtid tn f..Mo<rfa:-   tbem goodly obamUis or timneln. tba  Cna.inerclni  at <*  p������t  ptn ,,,Uu,f rentwIIhIi do the n.wt .Ums..������e with tb������  .. , /!.,i-     1 nriM .mil  tcrrfilti* r,   ff<f*\ mir.itiil.  a*nil 1 \v it: corner of  ''.'n.ins .*lvn,   ���������.     ,    .     ,        ,   ,, ..    .    ,,,,,,       ,,        , liio linriu di.iii'  li.v  llie ulil|m������������i������  li  tlii'ure norih al-'uit ������R Wo.iino UimmI (ri0inil���������u..tlv ������������������.������������������  w������tSi������Hialn'i !h.������*.������a-a������mh   ali-oi   Hi 1    ���������.(���������   ^..^u,..   ������������������.   ,1!int:s   rrawit.li  ebaina; lo tit* (jboro lm#; th*-������c������. foH������������w- i ||(1|M W(, ���������ft,.u tmud of immeiixn ������l������.  ing tbo liiui'^i'i.'n  ot  tha ������bnra  lin������   |t I* ttio w. |,(.!t.,*v m|-i.i������������;������ ijmt iti tlnw  tn pl-.KO nt fnntiiiftoc>.r.<int.     ! of fixtvlicts emu.- n fitvhtt* In nnd braalr  eMl������ii.|i������ii������tioutait������ aorea { 0' the l������v������w. wblih i.r eourie l.rtnK  HiitiillbiiWtli iUy#r Hwiwl^r Umti.   on ������������ ������n������ii0at'"i- A r-l lUj* rt-IJa^nt ���������  ,<<  k.   lit ^.i.'������ eoantry.   TIk> nv.vt |.,rt of tlie t������wl������  u  r������ .'1*.,' ',   a". ,. ', bvtm |,i thnt no wny or ^vfrinnaitn*  K  Itosa hitncts a**'.   thm) |M%,��������� ,,M vpj  ,;f<���������, f,,,Uil mul  the onlj' thloit 10 I* done .   ��������� . iri t������  !���������������������;������ lb in h������*������v from ttu '.-jnWa aa  MU������ll   HI   [.'UAmtm*:' THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLtJMBIA-s  m r-*-*m  .*ln  j&tftoUE&&MSe     SERVANTS'   SIGN   LANGUAGE  Why not take a cup of  BOVRIL every morning  throughout the Spring.  It invigorates the whole  system, forti-  fi e s you  against the  changeable  weather and  helps you to  do the work of  the day. BOVRIL is  easily made���������a cup, hot  water and a spoonful of  BOVRIL arc all you  need.  O* sit scast iiibitltitu.  Ottuwa, March 25. -Itis understood that the appoint uont of Mr.  W. W, Ii. Mclunes to the vacant  county court judgeship of Vancouver will be made within a short  time, and will take the place on  the bench the late .lodge Cane vacated. It is regarded hs probable  that an increase in tho salary for  tho 'position will be unnonnced at  the same time as the appointment  of Mr. Mclnnes is  made.  COUUTOKUUSION.  A Court of Ilevisi.it) for the-  City of Cumberland will be held  in tho city council chambers, on  Monday, May 5th, lOvi'J, at 7:30,  ]), >u.  Any person or pei'smis finding  themselves improperly assessed  for the year 1909 may appeal.������������������ to  this court, either peraonally or in  ���������writing. ~^~J~"~ "   *~  A. MCKINNON,  City  Clerk,  PaoullarUina of Emptayvra and Tour*  |^s Noted by Marka.  Servant.." iiud hotel porters In tnaqy  cities of Europe bave u sign language  as complete as tbat of tho Americas  tramp.  "It is aot generally known." wild a  courier, "that servants are in toe babli  of glvlDg useful dps to their succee.  core and to the roan who delivers the  groceries ond meat by marks on the  back entrance. In moot of tbe big  Paris flats and apartments, sucb a������  Amerlt-ans like to take for tbe season  the back door is literally covered wltt  barely perceptible signs which uobodj  but tiie initiated can understand.  "A freshly engaged domestic knows  exnetly what to expoct, whether his  masters are easy or bard to please,  whether lt is 'monsieur' or 'raudame  wb������ is bard to get along wltb. Otbet  signs tell whether the food is good oi  bad, whether tbe work is difficult ot  not. etc,  "The boy from thc grocer's or thc  baker's or the butcher's will also be  Informed whether he can expect a big  Up or uot  "The system is even more developed  among hotel servants. A family arriving from Italy, after having refused to  give what some Italian porter considered: a sufficient tip,���������.will have the. fact  advertised In every hotel he visits in  Switzerland or France. A little mark  on tbe trunk-Is nil that is needed."-  PhUadelphia Ledger.  !i^i>^I>.j)3^^������)5>^������<i>S>5)S<i>5^1  I Going Out of Business  On account of ill health I find it impossible to carry, on  my business any longer, and the whole of my splendid  stock will be disposed of at puces quite regardless nf cost.  My whole stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,  PLATED WARE, *rd STERLING SILVER-but Glaus,  Leather Goods, Books and Stationery, Show Cane*, Counter and Safe, all forsnle cheap   FOR SALE CHEAP.  McLEAN  23=  Now This IS a Genuine Sale.  >8������������������<SXsXsX!X^^ @X^sX$������������������<^^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������ ���������**������������������*���������������������������*���������*���������*%  t  erland Deal With   '<''  While in  Comox Co-bpcrativc Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meatsand Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.   ������  R. Webster, Manager,    v  "*>  o  tt  AMERICAN FRENCH.  FOR SALE���������All of my household effects consisting'bf tables,  chairs, bedroom suits,  stoves etc.  Mrs. R. Grunt,  CuniUii'land B. C.  Dr. Kerr, Dentist, will be in  Cuniberland only until end of  March. Consult hint at ouce, if  you require auy denial work.  The Struggles of a Naw Yorkar In n  Paris Restaurant, ,  He gazed complacently at the gay  labels on bis trunkB. "Funny how you  hear in Paris"���������so he continued his  remlnfeceuces : of travel���������^our : thin,  American, accent struggling with the  ronorous French tongue. You heat  queer mistakes, too���������no end of 'em.  The queerest I came across was made  by a New York msn.  ������������������This tpnrtst at the Chatham wanted  to sny, 'I nm hungry.'... He should have  sara���������,J'al~^fainir.'~TTben���������the���������waiter-  would have brought him a meal at  once.   What he did say was:  "'Je uuls fameux. garcon.* He said  there! Tra fnmous. waiter.' And the  waiter, impressed, bowed and smiled.  'Congratulations, sir.'  "No food came. He must have mode  an prror. ho he tried again:  ���������"Garcon. J'ai one femme.' That  meant he hnd a wife. Tho .waiter said  be wan sure she was a winner.  "Ttnthcr red now, he took a third  dive:  " 'Je Buift femme.' This time the  Now Yorker snid he was a woman.  ���������"And madam dresses in this way  for comfort's sake?* tbe waiter inquired,  with  a  gallant smile.  A fatal accident occured at Extension mines yesterday where by  Oscar Masset, a Belgian was in-r  stimtly killed. Massot was a digger and was working in the face  when some top coal came away upon him. The unfortunate man  was caught on the head and almost instantly killed.  Masset was well known in the  district havino worked at most of  the mines in the district. He is  survived by a wife and a large  family with whom the. deepest  sympathy will be felt. The deceased was a member of Harmony  Lodge I. 0. 0. F. and the funeral  wnr^EFplactFuncleritT"TOspicest  The funeral will take place on  Sunday afternoon and the Kev.  Mr.* Miller, of this citv, will otti ,  ' **   ���������  cinte.���������Nanaimo Free Press.  NOTICE:  ,���������f.tud nhrxr  ������No   ads    will   bo  .Mo'.Hbty noon of each  NEW  Do you intond lo purol ate a naw Bicy  da thla Milium ? Wa huvo over Twanty  D.fforant Moilalu to cliumo fr ra,  Your ttttundou in onllttil to our Goran*  try Koad������t������r, a aplondld K Kb������h Hicvolo,  955,    Coven'ry Three Sptiod, oaly 187.50  Wu k������;I KtijdUi, Cvnt'>iiui ami Arncri-  ti nWheel������fiuu840Ui8lin.  Ouri ia the best repair uhop in Viotoria,  nnd our worUnmn nre til cxpartn at tho  busi.i������HH.    hot un do yuur reyaidne.  Old *bool* taliuu o < nu* mio������, A������enti  wanted iu iinro|irtwuut(M t *i-. itory.  Wrlln or on.ll on tin at our new stors,  THOS. PLIMLEV,  CJ3WTRAL OVQLH  D3IP0T,  UIO (*ov't, St., Oppnalto Bpnium-'a  /.r Ouro is the ?ionuur Dioyolo Store,  VIOTOHIA,       B. 0.  "Chuck It, Oukal"  While the Duke of Conanught waa  in Cairo be went for a stroll one morn*  log, and on tils way back to bis quarters bo en uie face to face witb au old  Englishman wearing the ribbon of tha  Indian mutiny on hia breut Tbe  duke stopped and spoke to tbo man  about his mllltury service for some  little time. Presently the man said,  not knowing, ot course, to whom ba  wns speuklng, "Are you In the army  yooraolf, then, slrT Tbo duke smiled  and admitted that bo was. "Getting  on nil right?" was tbo next question.  Tbe duke smiled ngnln and sold Hint  he hnd not very mucb to grumble nt,  on tbe whole, though perhaps be was  not doing quite ho well ns ho could  wish. "Nn. and you never will, mv  boy," \iaa the mirprtolng retort of tba  vatoraa. "Wbnt you want In tbe array  today la eKIior brains or a treiuendoui  amount of Inflnenee behind you You  mny take ray tip, old chap, and chuck  Itr'-I.ondoo T. p. o.  Notice is heretiy Riven that Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to  tha Honourable Chief Commiwioner  of L.nds and Workg for a Lioenae to  prospect far coal and petroleum under tho following desoribed landa situate  in Sayward Distriot, B. C, commencing at  a post on the baok of the Campbell River  opposite the S. E. pott of lot iCi. Thence  due North 30 cinins more"or less to ' the  N. K. comer post of said lot 1(4; Thence  due west lid 70 chains more or bus to the  N. NV. corner of said lot 1U4. Thence  Houth 30 otftinv Thenoe due east 61.70  ohiiue more or less to plaoe ot coBiinance-  went. ������  Dated tbin 9.h day of March 1909.  K   PRIEST.  NOT CE is hereby given that the under  jitfigd-mtgii'd. to apply  one   month   after  t  it  i t  <*���������  ��������� 9 M ������������������������ 999*i!m99 9 99999*;.  THE ROYAL BANK Of CANADA.  Cumberland, B.C.,  Camtax.. 88,900,000 Assbts,   *46.400,00O  Kksbbve, $4,600,000 Daeourj,, "938,700,000  Money Ord������ra������s-  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, Francs, Marks,   Rubles  ������������������Lires, Kronen, etc.������������������  Payable All   Over the World.  Savings Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  ~~ a. b::netherby, mahaob* a  !.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������        ������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^4^^^  m~m*  I  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  V t  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQROE TO   ORBE* RfiJ)  IN Rfiy STYliB YOU U11SH.  PERFECT ITT GUARANTEED.  Priceg rrom $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAN D,  B. C.  ,   lie waa givon a  by   some 10,000  London'March 24.��������� Admiral  Lord CliarleB Beiesford, commander of tbe Channel fleet, luiSled  down liiB flag at Portsmouth today  thus bringing to an md iifty years  of active servici  rousing sen doff  enthusiastic friends and admirers,  who had gathered around the dock,  yard gates. Tho admiral is now  a free lnnoe, nnd it is eypectod  tbat lie will take au active part in  the agitation fur a big navy,  Winnipeg, March25.���������-Theconference between tbe conl minora of  Southern Alberta nnd Sontheast-  tn*n liritish Columbia and the coal  mine operators was settled  at Macleod, Alberta, last night  and there will be no strike, A final settlement will be signed today  both sides being sutisfled with the  adjustment of the schedule. The  miners get higlier wages aud bet.  tor hours.  the date of the first public*'.io,l of this no-"  tbe to theOovernor-in-Counoil to" u-jprov  al of the plans and site of a proposed boom  ing ground in-Cooiox Hnrhor in the Dib-  tri t of C >mox, Va oouver Island, Jiri ish  (JolumHi'i.  4AND NOTICE i������ a'so given thnt a plan  of the propoMol works togother wiih a description of tbe ������i'e hava beeu deposited  in the office ot the Minihier cf ruMie  Works at Ottawa, aud in the oOicu of the  Distriot HegisTur of Landa iu tli������ City ot  Victoria, Province������f BritUh Cnlum'iB.  D������te,l thin lGtb day ot Maiub, 1901).  FIU8BR R1VKR LUMBER CO.  TEN:G0STLY  109 PIECE CHINA  DINNER SETS  as PRIZES  Every month we will distribute $250.00 worth,of beautiful china dinner frets to the percon holding  the   lucky duplicate coupons oblaiued  ���������tr.om-*i9l,sacksjjfJSa.mliSLtnndard��������� Fliiur. ;  Coinox potatoes choice quality  *2c   Afhcroft potatoes   aHyierior-  qtiality suitable for seed 2^c at  J. McPhee ife Si'iis.  '  1.'  OlV.t'ill*.   tit  I.evcr Hrotliera, Totnntn, will tend you  . .���������> n c-Att ol Uair {.iiiioua IMantol  ,ik*t Map, If "'ymi mention title paper.  SI'OUTINU  SPAKKLKT8  Ml*  IItillh Mcintosh,   the  Sydney  ,...     I,.,-    fll.rl.lly    ln-  ���������t r,       t  \U-il.r -i fi^'it be.  t wen .I cileries mid Joliioou. He  now offers to put up a #!>0,0Q0  \)dv*a vim the emiteat, pf������y all ox-  |������on������eB him gr'*." tnu ('.iiii'u.viUiii"' l-������0  ]ier cent, of (he receiptt. thla la*t  item would li** an  Importuut one,  Abu Audi, the world's chant  pion featherweight, knocked  Geol'gA Pierce .-oitnHd, out ill the  sixth rotiud of a go h<*1i.mIuIi������ for  fll'teen utanaa-i. Tncu A\x picked  up his vietliii and ciu'ri������'d him to a  corner. Wl'e" I'iercu recovered he  bunt into tears, and it wi������ Milrty  iniiuite* Ufvie the find co.kicH,  Who sliall now lay that a pug is  not possessed of ������eittiiueutil  ��������� ���������Tbey ail l'H)lc alike to m*,''  says Jack Johnson. A lot of th*  others must U color blind.  ftnolng With Umbrallaa.  Hneoutly a French publication printed a plcturo of some American girls  fonclnu with utnhrollBS ond stilted thnt  they were tryln������ to ntipilro thus tbo  nocesssrv skill and nsmirnnco to parry,  wltb a simple gesture, nn attack of  Apachoa,  It also stated that tbls sport wni not  born In America; that foraoversl years  In Fruucu a uoted foncluK niistnnw,  Mmo, (Jullleinnt, nt thu same timo that  she tauuht fencing wltb tho sword for  hygienic reasons and for porsounl detente, also biusht her pupils to "play"  with tbo umbrnllii,  The article tlulnlio* by snylng thst H  Is cortalnlj "|ili|inint" that this modem  implication of an ancient sport was  taught by u F'arlslenne long before  America claimed Uie nrlginnl Wea,  Spirit it lha firm*. Ufa.  Tbe grout charm of sooiwry and tbi  country life Is the moral ftollng that  sottms co itervade It. This hss prevail.  ed thmugb all UnidUb lllurnturo from  Cliauetir to Wordsworth anil down ts  onr own tiuttm, ii. ',**-. k**'. '.'.. ipeil  over nlmoirt all of oar Canadian pntta,  who have wooed nature tn bar roost am  tret haunts nnd studied bar mlaiitMt  caprice*-MoutreiiI Witness,  llatavia, N. Y.. Mar 25. Edward  Payson Weston encounterail a  south wind "'est of Rochester to.  day, and wns compelled to stop at  Ilergaii, three milesenstof Batavia  where lie arrived at six o'cloek to-  night, If the vvcntlier clears he  will leave for Hatavin at midnight  Weston said ho felt line bnt wus  tired out from tho heavy blowing,   ������  Chicago Mar 26,���������J, Johnson,'  the heavyweight champion, unnonnced today that Aaron* of  Chicago hud accepted tho position  of manager. Several years ngo  Aarons managed the colored tight,  or, bnt there was littlo money in  It in those days. Johnson snld he  would leave for New York on  Snndnv.  *  Singer   j;  ii Sewing I  | Machines ii  ������������ T  :: For Sale :;  ;:        -on-        ::  ������������������ i  ���������: Easy Terms ::  ;; -AT THK- V.  i: News Office. ;���������  Save yotii coupons, compare them each mouth wiih flie*^rizF~Win^~  niiiR'.numbers as they appear iti this space.    When you find your number umonp'tiiem ail you have to do is to return the  coupon to us,"and  we will deliver free of all charges a handsome and costly 109 piece china''  dinner set.  Tbe lull details of the oontest are on the bnck of the coupon.  A WORD ABOUT THE FLOUR ITSELF  You will require little inducement, to use Royal Standard Flour after  once having tried it.   It is the purtst, strongest, most nutritious and delicious bresd flour on the market.,,  Manufactured only bv  Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  Hi 11 til I'l-^H'-H'+'H-H-H*  Public Notice  OPENING SALE  Commencing Saturday, March 13th, 1909, and for tbe next 15  dnv* ve are offerli g special values in Floor Coverin^s, OIL-  CLOTHS nnd L1N0LKUMS, OOTCHES, HIDKBOARD8. BED*  UOOM' SUITES, TOILET SET.S, KAN0Y UI'HCI.STEUED  PAKLOtt CHAIRS. ROCKERS, C0MF0RTER9, BLANKETS,  PILLOWS, PILLOW COVERS, SHEETS, BED SPRINGS and  M ATTRESSE8, ******* Reduced pricei nr.. for CASH ONLY. For  fuller particulars see handbills on Saturday morning.  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  Aa MoHinnon  i ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� i tm  8liad Him Up.  nrlaus-l hnvo miKlo a will loavlnf  tny brain to the hoapltnl and Just got  nn aekiHiwl.-vPnnont from tbe authorities.     UrlggH-Ww   thc?   pienr*<it ; Maratlnn Dcroyr Alfre.1 Shrub  kilt    mm mem    llttlA  I *  was askod.  Toronto, Mar. 25.���������It was ru  mored today   that   Alf.   Shrubb  would not start In tho Marathon  Derby at New York* on April 1,  4,Aro you going to start In the  nrlRga-Tbey wrote tbat every little  helps.  Ibb Tide,  fatter (eminent i������io.-k������ireler������-tVltli  the tl"* t*\e a,*e rime*, my Itojr* wlfb  the elili It full*.  fV.it (a chip of the oil Iihwlo-Ttmn  v,<iv.A. \m liti* 11 ui- to liuy. would ii'f P  .''���������AAAl   ..���������������������������������������������I ,������.ii...������ vitti Hi.* wiml will i  wlib ibe rt������ui - Irtiib I'ruvwrU  "I nm undor contrnct to do so,"  was tho reply. "If I am well and  feel right I will do so. I don't  cure nhout running Murntlion.., I  know tbe distance is too far, but  yon can bet if 1 stnrt I will do my  best to win ont. This look* lik'o  my chance to clean up a Marathon  t ihlnk Doraudo is   the   man to  tat."  To Property Owners and Householders  of Cumberland:���������  Please take notice  that all ashes, rubbish  etc., now lying in rear  oi premises (which are  a menace to the public health) must be re  moved by and not later than April 15th,  1909.  By Order of thn  Medical Health  Officer and  City Council.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  Agents for Union Urewing Company'* BEER and  POSTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wiiiu and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  MM  IP YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING OO TO THU  NKWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  OTBERLAMD TAILOR  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  mmmm*mi***mmmmmsm**mmm*mmmm*mmmmm**wm*mmmm*mmmi*mmmwmt^*mmmm*mmmmmmmm  Ladies1 and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from 9ao to $35    All Work First Clut  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ���������il  I

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