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 .?���������  ":X  -,\l  THE  *,  ��������� m^. *m*t*-fpt,  c  ^  A Journal Devoted Bapoelally, to the Interests of Comox District*  Thb Nkws, Sbventsbn.th Year,  CUMBERLAND B. C,   TUESDAY;' * MAR.   3,   1908.  The Enterprise, Fifth Year.  ������������������������������������SXSXSXS������������������������������XSX3������������(SXd������  Spring   1908  At The BIG STORE  Now Showing Excellent Assortments in the following Lines of ������  Spring Goods  Embroideries, India Linens, Nainsooks, Yictoria Lawns, Dress'  Muslins, Organdies, Cm mm's Prints, Blouse Lengths, Valenoie- '  nes and Oriental Laces, Lace Curtains and Curtain Muslins,  An early inspection solicited of the lines before commencing your Spring Sewing.  Complete Lines of Ladies, Misses and. Children's "White-wear  and Keady-to-wear Goods.  Your Inspection invited of our Men's,  Youths'   and Boys'  Clothing.   Style and Fit.Guaranteed.  Our Stock is now. Complete in Staples and Novelties,   ������_���������a_,���������v__-^������*^,  Cumberland,  ������==������>--  fSimon teiserSrCo:=ttd.  BOOTS,  ��������� SHOES,  RUBBERS.  AND  Campbell brqs., d~':a���������  A Successful Conceit  - -   ���������-���������   --  i  Al full houso greeted the perform,  cri whotook part vi tho ooncert giv  mi ty 'Holy .Tiiuity. Church in the"  Climb rland Hull on Tuesday evening  last, nnd the oommittee have every  reason io ooagratulate themselves  ou the success of tho affair" both  socially n>ld   financially.  Au excellent programme was rend  er'ed" with the pastor, Rev.- Mr. ;L'a*  Ferre, at, chairman. Those who  took part acquitted themselves with  crcdii, and afforded the auteucemauy  a   'food said bfArty laugh.  The laughable farce, entitled aft", 'WANTED-A Teacher -for tho  'VTura Him Out" was just tho play | Primary Division ol th-) Cumberl md  to tickle auy audience aud the pcrfo.; Public ,Sohox������l. -.Applications ; to be  rmers carried out their parts most in by March 22,ud, 1008. Duties  -beaiuKu'lly. showing   that   ^ great ��������� t������'begin  April 1st,   1908.-. ..-Salary  ������  Vhcsalo of.-work in .ihe. af t.^ruoon  in 'Ihe city hall waa also quite suc-  ceshlfal; ond t'he, receipts tromhoth  cmt'ertaium-ent and sale totalled a-  way up  past the  $2i90 mark.  A .short dance was enjoyed after th  performers aud   their  friends.  '  ."    "o  It pays to advertise in the News.  ;A'cuoidiiig to the amendments to  ;t1w municipal aot oitfcs have the ri-  gbt, increase the wholesale liquor li-  "quor lioeiiiices. We understand the  city will shorly takp advantage of  ttuir opportunity.  pains ha dbeieu taken to feaolTThat  stage of perfection whioh demands  praise, before  a  criticisng   public  $50���������per-mouthr-Apply-to���������  T. H- CAREY, Secretary.  Cumberland, B.   O.  $30 Given Away ih  PRIZES  Prizes given   iu   Bate's   Store   and   Furniture Department Windows;-  ist Prize���������Fancy   Coal  Heater   $16.00  2nd Prize-���������Dinner Set   ..    ..     $14.00  ' Mr, T- Leemau is the winner  of the Dinner Set,  T.   E������   Bate  Winning Nunbers  1st. - 10460.  2nd. ������10668.  <*iy Magnet Cash Store, ���������<>���������  It pays to deal with us.  T.   E.   Bate  imi ������m������  as  WMm������+*mt������tf*mM������*������tW*mMt������������������������������Wt������  We are now Showing the  I Latest flovelties  Direct from the East, in  Ladies' Fancy Collars  and  Belts  a beautiful assortment that  should have reached us for  Xmas Trade..  Our Winter Sale will be   continued  through the whole of February.  1  <���������*  J McPhee & Sons  i  1  Siddall,   Th������  Tailor.  Htl opened Business io McLeod's Store.  ������MMtMMMMM������M������m-m+������������MM������M������M������M������������  PART r.  Soloollon, Orchmtrni  Song, Ohn������.  Segrave;   Piano   Duvl,   MIssch   Hill  nnd Dingwall |  8o!o  Mm,  DryHdUc,  Vt/liit iaolo, ."ilian I, iii.wii.ii , lSt/nn,  (1, fhonrrr*. Mee'lin, OrelUKtrn*.  Hotrtr. Mr, JfjrniiPlii i Trio, Three Old  M Aids I  isrmttdimiovt.  thirl'ia wlileh Ieo Cronm and Oand  lot iwHI bo aid',  p.art 11.  nont, V, Huifuny, Mojo, Mn. Uryi-  dalef IMnIogiio-  City Fathers.  1 1 n  T,ho olvlfl fathcri m<t 1 >at utebtat  h Ir regular  biislnnBH,  Tho two moat Important feituro lot  llm'nw tl ir wai tho rcadhn of (lie re  slgiintlon oi Mr. Ri-ldf and tbv first  aii'l, wcond readlwiT of -lb* Tuoiday a-  tli moon .oloslmg by-law.  ��������� a ��������� ��������� ���������  Mr, Wild call" dat Hi'1 offloo ycitor  day nftcrnoou aud Informed ua tlmt  lie wUhod to oonirndiot tha mam-  ni'-nl that one of thi d'Inflation io  to Truitoo Baiinorumii'ii houso "left  In 'Uigur,,"   IDeLteod's fieui  Store.  We are getting nicely settled in  our new premises and have put in a  fine line of  Latest  Style  In Hats,  [ In Clothing,  In Boots*Shoes  Tour inspection invited.  J. N. flcLEOD,  Dunsmuir Avenue,-  Cumberland; b.c.  the Trustee Meeting.  Mayor Meets, Members ofthe  ��������� Boaid^Lively "Discus���������r  sion Follow^.  mi-  The Mayor Gives Oity Clerk  the Cold Shoulder.  Tie rcgulir m^et'ngr ot. the school  board' was he-Id in ths council chambers on Thursday list. A num^r ot  ratepayers were, present to listen to  tho expected discussion..  .  Minutes 6f previous mooting read  adopio,d,j<nd slsued,' ���������������������������...-,..'..��������� .:   'Movcd'by 3. 8tewart weiud-d by  T. Caroy thit t'ie boird piy thi $3,00  asked (by tbeTrustsa Assoc! tion for  oarryinj'aii work Ln tho in'orests of  Trustee Bonrds throughout th) province,  ^Applications if or  r.ilso of   salary  w*ri> r.-ad from threo teaohers of tho  public school..   After   discucsion  tho  baord pnasod a motion to tho offoot  that the Boar.I oouii uo'l boj th ir  way clear to^ ral������a any salaries now  as (he ost'mntes hid boon pissod by  tIi���������- coumll,  Ony enough mon y U'd  been nsked to p\y present salrU'H.  Slioulti a triacher l>avo ono of the hi  ghetr gr.idos tb' m<mbora ot tho pras  cwh ttixll woull hive tho tits opportunity'for promotion.  The mayor of th* elty hcr-J eaterrd  ani ho wis giv������;i thi prlvil'go of ed-  droBBihi I hi boar.1.  The tfnayor  s������ld-"aeutlemon,  At  Iho last m etlui ot thi Oouuoll tbo  matter onrai tip thcru la regard! to  the wayth) soho'Jl boiri traoiaot  buslnoHB.   I thought' oil slung It wai  sallsfacorv but tbrta or (our weeki  b ojx'it  It tot m i thinking,  That li ths rcai  ago a loitor appjurod  regird'Hi (bo si|  in the pipjr  giiiig of eb <ui*!i id!  March 23rd Is the Correct Date of the FIRE-  MAN'S Masquerade Ball.  A  Comoi . .... ���������  liHbo Agricultural Hall on Tuouday  evening, Vcbruary S5ib.  Two ������������������(4u(ioni wore before tho  meeting|-oaeito urge upon tb) Dom-  iniou government tho elulmi of Com  ui. ma a aim lm iu* Eay< r,uwuui  Piirm fnr Vinemivr IMandt the  othnr for better poital faolll lia.  Wben Dr. Saunders wai on * visit  to Vanfouv.T lid and soaking a ii-  sir a bio location for tbe Experiment  al Farm lw did not vtilt Oomoi. Wa  fthltyXt he nhmtld hivo drom 9o boforo  fixing oin my district, our geo������  anpbleal -potitlon li perfoot bav.  In������ *ll kinds    of toll,  Postal arnoigeminti ir������ Quito un-  ���������alisfaolory. A reiolutiom wai fr*  mod to bn lubmlttod to Cumberland  out othw* for endoriKmeut, wblb  will be ntrrnnglty'wd by a petition  to,bo eliouUteJ it onoe, nsklugfor  a dully mall lervlee,  Th.. d itf tn .n gave a iketeb of tbe  work tbv mf* n>w doing und'r tho  ���������ulp.irvlstoiu Bf Mr- Rankin, wbo li  M������poini������i-by tbo Dominion to lost ruel In milking,  RnfwMimenti were idrvAd ibd ���������  ratf'prelltabU mooting eloied nt a  lato nour.  Tbe unfavorable night    wn    a*  ttlaita ttrgo atteudme> bit other*  wise it was a good we.llug,  ContilWuUd by neetHatj,  ou 1 appair to ni if torn> different  air u.;emiuiti canwot b< adipt'd, out  ui ������*nuru������Ny to tlw Oounoil who (urn*  Uh Iho money, Th" Council does uot  wish to tonko i>u������mli, That is the  roasoit 1 rnpaar hurj to*,iti{!it. I took  upon Jnyieli to wrl'o to Ltdyimltb'  ani'Nanaimo and ib Ir lyitom worki  vory vatlaf. oto. y, Thy hive b on ear*  ryluif it on (or ten yaari in N n I no,  Tbu wholo lhlu.i aruao from this lit  ior in th.* pipr. Tb* nooounti ������������������ it  comss glvoi tha tot ill but do.'i not  give lh" Itomi,, Ii I not on ItomNd  itatemoat. Tb* Svholo thing iroie  ovoi* il.cilou tm>. I I Iiku been on  tbu ioliool bo.tr 1 I won 11 bave had  tb* matter lift d I. ii no more (tnu  right thoy ihould be put In prjpar  abnpe. I hope the aenool bo-.rl will  adopt homo ayitemwb r^by the mayor  FARMERS' JNBTI.TUTB,  ���������upplcmentary mpoting of tbe,w.ll,',,u������l bo ***x\aaiet Vlgo'lug"eii'qu  x,&armera' Inilltuta waa holdftl1?^ J"  knPW������  n.otbln������    *������bo������c'  Thit ii tha renotn 1 un ben tonl  dbti,ai I donot want to bd aoouiad  of nlgnlog ob������qie< 1 kiwwno.b ng a-  bout any more,"  Truitco Caroy wai tba nut ipiak>  ir mvi snl'l!���������"fihilrm^f, hi. wers-  hlp tbo miyor bn asked tho prei*  ���������ut Hbool bond to ebtuge thiir mo*  iboitof doing bmineiii I op, osi any  ehmge. In his few and brl f ra  m*rki bn toll you hilf a doien tlm"i  it wai frd-n th������ f tot that lomo ono  wrote a letter to th* p'p������r that w ���������  why he wai Itwe. He Ihen turns a-  roiiml. andaaya it waa on account o'  oltietlfju reports, Am 1 not lift* kn  aayitfiftbvt if I had not b;nt a m'm-  bor at thin Bojrl bii wonb'p tb������  mayor would nevor lnv.i mndi a re-  ajaeti tor tb'i obniga. Ull Ivi t ilk to  ui coiifldentlnly as a Boar I and ask  u������ lo mtka tba oh iue, U> auilur-  iiei tbe oity clerk to write a letter  wo lm>������ nil atuui li pri'H uud i'hiI.  Weill imi knoiv itiiiu this lett'r  wbo ^vrote tba letter, Be appeal!  td * threat ani if w������ don't do it ha  will "appeal to tbe attorney gen-  *tnl It won' do blm auy good. Tbo  Jeboo! Aet atyi my eomp'aiit ������h'U  be letll.-d by tho Stiperltitmidini of  Rdn-eitlon, a/nd before 1 wilt tubmlt  lotbia ebtnie 1 will alhw tbe 8uf������r  iut.'udiu of EdiKJtlM to neitl) it.  Ibavf tried to ivolt all frlnloo hot  ween this Board and tin city eotineil.  Wa ae a Board on several occasions'  ���������ubmiUdd <aud said bathing. *. Thai  sohool aboard are reiponsible to the  ratepayers noi ^he^eoiiaojl."_������LH������������e(_  "th?" speaker was "int- ruptod'by the  mayor who aiidj"! refuto that state  ���������ment. The proper pl.cj is the o'ouu*  oil but the lohool boird won't aokno  wledge it.'' Trustee O^rey resuming  said; "under the present system tho  .mayor saya he does not know what  heis signing. Wo put in our cstiin  atea. Tbe CpuikU have always , giv  un ,us wliat .we a-jk. Thc-y have  oasaod ou tbeso uooounts coir.ot of  iucorreot. Tbo signatures of two of  tlitf trustees bav) boon attachel to  our vouchers. Thi������ sboul I ,bo guar  suteopuo.igh to bis worship tb> ma/������  or that-Lha aesauu^s e.reoorf'jel.' It  notT'don't want Jo-b) a m*mbvr of  dho aohool 'boardT This year wo  havo tried to sitisfy him on 1 ht.v- '  now attaob.xt auothov. uljuuiiiro ti\~\i. -  iug tho slguatiiroJ of the full -Ho.ird  Yot his worship, tbo inayoriay*'thit  ih;i acoounts are not oorreo xou'ou^li  for liimto sign ohctj .en. Ills worship  tho mayor om lot trusU th-������i trus  tcet whom thj rat.payers havo put  into .office. When thu mayor can  poiut out tu mo whei-o bis' posliion  ns mayor bfibltftown glvi-s aim ex  off Uio on tbo Boird wo shili cons.d  ur bii wisbofl not by throats and thi  dis<f-ptitablo methods as that lout  through the elty elork,  Tbo mayor iu reply aiid; " I want  tbe .ratepayers to know thit 1 am  not roiponalbltf. Any moro irregular! lies lu 'the aohool bo iri and it,  would havo been put on tb j mnynr.  I dou't want t obe aoousoi of sfiir  Ing cheques whjn I know uoibiiu a*  bout wbit 1 am al.ul'ig. Aa r Bu'ds  tbo letter I askedclio oity oUri<' to  write tbu aohool 'board roquast'ng  a duplicate BDT HE ADDliQ a wholo  lot of (bags I knew noth.n; ut oil a-  bout. 1 bare spoken to Afr, (St.'wart  about the obinge," -  TruatooC������rcy-"You itnt d you it  not waut any more irregul������ritii7������i  Kindly qualify.  , Tb>miyo,' then nnutloued tbo win*  dow bl n i iraiisiittoii,  Im i'diior muni r ally apoligiao  to hi iroodon for now 1ml in tikmia  full nououn. of tho lio Vi diious'ion  that followed, For Hi' mcantim* be  forgot thu iutorosti of tin nowHim*  pir.but simply n int u r. Tb hojuo  win drnmaiio, e������p.cj.*Jly wh:U i2ja  mayor londy ojooulaiel, "Tbrro is  I om por'ooily cool." Well mnybn ho  wai buihii iiutUus ihowd di for nt  Tbo Jin Ji   w������l I d ed  liiin..,..(������ ..-  *     ?  <../  illproicnt.  wai i.dcd liitWMiliuto  Truiice Carey mov.d ihii  d stav bv ili., ni i ....  tbou  fJ^^^oK^t.^ViS^K  toougii ii good as Nanaimo or Ud/*  imlih. Il* hero eipltl.icd how h^ kept  bU aceoiiois. Tho mot on jmia d tue  Bojrd uu olmouily,  Mr. Allen, pilurlp:J of (hi p.bllo  aebool fliou adlromd thi Boirdra  wop loqulirnifjin, Jn hi������ rumurke  he italel thit tbo Boirl abaull bj  prtp.red.to turn ib h I of tb) io:,oo|  winJows with now lillnds  'imtm iiuttuts will jnobubly eali lor  tenders (Int r.  UILLH-Cumbrlml Ncwj print ig  aod odwilling 96.J0; 0. H Tarbell.  supplies, ^.30, lie^rrui to iruaoas  at.'wart nnd Dunnoriuun aod if found,  correct to bn paid,  AftKr etsmlnlug b i������q-tU; niikM  report for Januiry tb) mating td*  iourued.  OAKD OV HUANSS.  F 'desire lo tbaiik time who ooti*  tribitoil iiow������i������, also all whaibow.  .'d Kindur������N(N (.ud sympathy during  my rtpept  bercavemeut.  p lira,  John Hortl.  ayniwi ���������iTnaiiis.s.iM  ���������41 Mr*. J, Bryd*n  UIHTH-Ioi  a imi.  MiarU-ToMr ani Mrs Oio. 0 mp  bull if Onion Bay a ion  ���������������������������������������������������'   ���������'#" 'i    i i  ���������upp#rtyour toe������l Ftytr,   .^A   **���������   i. ��������� ������     .. . #'3P  A - ���������>  HI Mii.J.  -f:  i  TEH*  NEWS. CT3MOTTCLANTX mUTTSH COLOMBIA.  ���������'���������^-Je^^-* ������4-r.  :.������.. -A ������*.-* ^.-v?'-   4 ^  THE CUMBERLAND  NEWS.*  Issued Every   Tuesday.  J.   A.   BATEB,  ���������Editor     and      Proprietor.  .T-UFSDsaY,      MARCn      3,       1908.  Union  gA>4"Tn?lX_t  "Jitf1" * ;W.,...������ ���������   ������-- '  :  Hotel  apiiaait & Nanaimo fr-  'FxioraxsT,  Eafiliih 4 x BURTON always on Up      ������lso, tb* laiuoM MILWAUKEE   ���������  BEERS���������Anhtnser, Bohemian, SohliU, ko.      " OLD OBEY BE AUD "  SCOTCH WHISKY.        Beat Winee and Liquore of all kind a.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under th* immediate supwtutoBdeno* of Mrs  Davis, will be found First olu* in arary reepeet.  Mayor \Willard bias been telling  his .friends about his troubles and  blames ihe News for it all. But  ho * whispers conidoniially that "tho  newspaper will get thi worst of it."  Ih-uwll in'd^ol bi nothing now eo  l;..r 1,8 the mayor is ooncermd. The  'editor ot tlii spiper has'dejniu active .uew: paper work juthia city now  about two years ani a halt and has  -received iroiu itu mayor, personally  in iold hard oash the very maguifio  enr sulm of$2.50, or on .an average of  eight and ooe-h:>lt oents p:r month,  au amount wbi.-h would liaidly be a'c-  copta'bfc as church collection. Yep,  if anew:-p p^r lwd lo d. paid on men  of: the major's stamp the newspaper  would ^certainly get theworst of it  1\hero arc business men with such a  wonderful record fornewspaper support.   In faot   it canmot  bebeat.  The mayor certainly lot the city  clerk down with a big thump at tb/>  trustee meeting the other eveniug.  However,the city clerk ib good uat-  mredand may not feel hurt but the  fei-neral public cantiQi help but pas?  judgement on the mayor's cowardly  actions. If the ciuy clerk added a  wholi) lot of things the.-, mayor knew  ,aiotbiingVfabbut, and tbe News feels inclined to doubt, judging from a previous conversation With tha mayor,his  'i.uteincm, yet the mayor shuuld w.������  tiiink have stood by tha city elerko-  vl-u though thi mayor had thought  LU authority exue.ded.   At best  the  -���������position ot-oitv.clfcrk_is a most thank  r,   . -      t i===.^���������  less joh, but when the mayor goes  back on him as hus twou done it is  ono would  dt'dua douby   thankless.  IVhe-mayor iurcqu'estiug the city  elcih to ivr*tc the letter to the city  school board shoulducoept the respon  sibility of all theletter contained and  thc mayor oanrest assured ihnt tho  publio will baldly take to task the  city clerk to auygrcat extent.  Had the letter emulated from the  proper source���������the city council���������Ihe  mayor, as a publio man, would not  IhdvS been placed lu ��������� bv������ ftre/iont  -ciw-kwurd position'. But why all this  hastcf to pargo himself of all wrong  doing? Is the mayor looking forfur-  th'cribondra tromthc public, and wish-  08 to havo a oban record?   .  There .is probably no act passed  by Mie   McBi'id*  udininistraiioji   this  session that willim'i'i. with such general u;iprov. 1 na fh.it.. wbUb provides  il'Oi; HCliliOl   fcOOl.fl  Vlioii villi undoubtedly ho soma  vxira I'xpDiiso lu bringing tho pr.'������-  i'ni- plant 'liiito thit Btuidird wh re  by the provinoj cam priiiit all iUj  books required, but iulhu ond it win  'Lo n p/ying proposition,  ,A btuil will bj ui..dcthis fivimmoi'  un \\\ori.b6okf, topy buck* nnd o H-  W' oi a like., kind, but it will only  it*'.ho ijgijiiii,... oi   >v)ut tue goy.;i'-  m. iu .mu au haer,  i . -       '  Iu a Koowiah town a commercial  traveler who oulUd upon ������ trades-  mau u* kr.*g iut.rv.il8s made a visit  no Ohrutmau timo. " Hero's a box  oUciuars f" ho sold to t'U trad-smnn  RATBB.  H.oo vat day upwarde.  J^U:vv.".   . ,'������  s.-s. "City of Nanaimo.  vjotohia���������ooiucoa  ������O10*T39  At the Right Price Furniture Store.  wall >aper;   1908.  <��������� *ViaaM^pa^jSWSSWag������WMHSaMn������eMSW<eWwiM>M^MSBiMWWWM������SaMW^HSMaMBBWSMMBMWWM^MMWBBMWaMM������  We havo the fege^t and beat assorted1 Stock of Wall'- Pa-  per in tlie District���������Newest designs and moat pleasing effects in coloring^ Complete range of Price3. Gall and inspect these goods while the lines are complete.  Our Stock of Furniture is more complete than ever.  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Nior  REW  DHnic U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.. Nanaimo B.C.  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m., for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton, Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenj freight cr  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Uay Comox and way ports,  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Leaves Nanaimo" Friday, 7 a. m��������� for  Union Uay Comox and way ports.  Leave: Comox Saturday, . 7  a,m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, a p.m., for  ^Victoria.  VANCOUVER - TStAHAIK.0 - LADY-  WITH   EOTJTE.  8.8.     ������������������iOAN."  Sv.ls Irom ^Vancouver for  N.ir.a:.in  daily, except Sundays, al   3*0 p.m.        *  Sails front  Nanaimo  for   Van ouvei  daily, exc������*pi Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE  October   l*t, 1907  When In Courtenay Stay  The~Gou rtenay-H otel  Every cohveni,emc������ for guests.  ���������i  -.   - *it':  The Cential.fiotuMor Sportsmen  Nona but tho.Besl of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  ���������.I.J-..1.. '.r'._  John Johnston,    Pro.  BMBBE4ffl^^t'iir������*giWW*MaEflaB  On Wednesday and Thursday  of each   week we  have fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Hunden.  CONTRACTOR,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  will take Contracts to clear laud  cut woccl, dig ditchrsr or any  large Contract;  jmmtf',. mm  Pricwa BoaBonab^ljbndSI  Satisfaction Guarantefa,  BAKBBS  DREADj Cakes and Pio������ deliver  ed daily to any part of City.  &*^*iiW2 ^^^y^*&l^^&(^S  "ivnd I hOjo you'l enjoy thoiu."   "Ht,  ual"   replied tho irudor; ������1 uoutdna'  t.i  tiww-l uovor dao buBiintii that  wny."   "I'm, tut-wnifuao,  alrl"tx*  ilaiuiud ibo   travclUrl  "it's  juit a  OliiUiuiau hoi."     '-jjuj ua, iwoul.l  i������i*vor tuk'  auythlitu  ior  ttantiiinir" ,  "W������Ji, wi'll-mn me u  Mtlillitig iorj fjfk  th������ ������������x," aaid tho truv.Kr, 'it that I f;**  iwil vumt  your  cuiwokuiiui'.*'   "/Ay,   > **'���������  ay, WoMi lot um mu."   ������uid tho ttou*  vti i.iit)pnuipui, running hi* vyo ovur  tlu. fcilvui h- toyK trom hi<i poanwt;' i / \ j j  "I m������ 1'y.s /.o\.  , iloiln Iktc-J U Mil'    i   **^ * *  t*"V0lM*W������.' -  woTioa.  Riding un locomotives and  rail*  wny earn u!  the -Union  Piolllery  Uom\jHi>y liy any person   or  pur*  ������utiH--������xcept ruinorovr~U Ktrictly  jirottiiiited,    Employee! tra *\xh-  ���������'<: In Uhniimal lor aliov ������g name  By ordor  Fbakcw D. Litti ������  Manager.  0 to  Mri.hOi>S  .WANTBDU8 d������ian   Phlyoutb  VoAr  *������������������>������* he i������t������  )nt of  March.OK,  ( (���������hoiitniiUnr,   Union Camp.  FOR KiUrtMM.AHS  CANDY. KHUl'lV.  v'iUAKH A.  IXtliAOUOtt  V  i'OR  * ;.iirril������.  SCHOOl  Dominio  Hotel  Victopia, B, Ci  The Riiti-.R are Lower than other  first-oliiM. hotels, with Accouio.  dation Superior to many.  R6oiub with or witlioutibatli.  Ainfi'ieau Plan   ������L50   to $2.50.  par day.  European  Plan.   Rooms1 only,  .50 to $1.50, por day.  Froo Bus,  STEPHHN JONHS  H-W-HI'I-IHI'IHIIMIK  STAR'  Stable  ������' w. - ���������    ... .1  ���������; Hayman & Maxwell, j!  I   ' Propriiilors.  mht >*W������mwiM" ������|i������Mw*W������wii#i*w*<i������HW������wr������W^a^  TTEAMSrEUSi nnd DKAYMfti  T'iisr.1 V.   and  DOUBLE   Rl(������.'  J For   11 IKK.       All.   OROKKh  KOMl'TLY   ATTKNUK1)  TOl  3rd St. Omnljerlai d: ���������  iT,MHIIIHillHKUn4  ''..  ������   :e/m  AOSTID  WAKTMU-libout  t.n  ������������r������a '������la������r-  I.!-''' l*,������������d.'w|lb or withiut houio.lt  BOYS [muit fc������ alloHti'd rn m 10 limit dim  i������i������i������  pile*.   If IM������  n.p������rty  UUU flem. will pav a good  j  ming  I r.n piep*red to  furnish stylish Rigs  %nd da Tetrnin^ at  < e.^^Of^Py' rates.  JOHN tSTviiUiS  rt*>lchcrStreet'"' "  Vittoria B. C  TH.*  Catron and Vtiifir,  IOHU  BISHOP Ot tOLUMBU.  tUai Id--i-t  J.W, UINO, Hit},, U,l, OXFUKD,  AmUU.I b, Uir ������ ijimlo.X" el it* R.eef  uiwd Ua fcr.ititM ol Qr������������ Bri , ia tad Can-  td%.  Mo(lai4U t������ri,,������ lor bnar.l������r������,  \1r1p* fur ijihiproyriy,  NOTIOB liheruby nlv.11 thaUHriy  diyi after date I intond to mpply to  tho Hon, ('hl*t < 'ouiuiImIoiiit of  Landi and /WorVa (or a Lleooia to  proipoct (or coal and petroleum under  th������ foltowlnjf rfraerlbed landa illuatft  In Sayward Dlit 1 lot, Biitiah Columbia t  Oommtnetnff at a pnet planted at  ttte f������utliwfal iHirutr  nt Campb������II  aivmf Indiaw .R������t0rv������   tlttnea Aea  ���������auth Hjahaloa iml 461lnki ntoroor  1������i to tlw flptitli-Mit vomer of Let M  NORTH BOUND-R. ad   D'mn  Sutiona.  ���������/'iotoris  JiUHwIai^ ���������  SliAwtiigiuiy"  ..  CAblile Hill,  Ouwiohi.ii,  KoliMlab,  Duocan'a,  SuiiiaiioK,  Wen'l.iiluie,  (3!ieuiKinua,  Lt.iymnlth,  S..uih Wtliington,  Nauaiuio,  WvlliutftuB,  Possengei Trains  .Daily  No. 1  Suuda*,  Wad.  Sat  No. 3  CammciioiiiR at a post paut'd  nt  the nor I b-,- ast 6orner of "Bimber Leaafr  No. 47 Ou the. bank of Campbell River,  thai\o e due south 77.16 ohains more or  lisaHothiV sou*ths#asC corner of said  OTinb^r Lease No. 4,7' and QuinMm Riv  er Indian Reserve, thence due west 80  ohaitiB,   theuoe due   north feo  .chains,  tbenoe due  east-"30 obtains, to   plaoe  ot   ootnanracement.  DateM this 3rd day off February,1908  J.   WEBBER.  .        E. vPriast. A������ent.t!  NOTICE is hereby given that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to  five Honomble Chluf Commiasion'er of  Latatls aud. -JVprkBtori a Lioeuse) to 1  prospect for ooal and" petroleum und������r I  the following d/esoribed lands situato  Vn Sayward Dirt-iot, British Columbia;  Commer.aiug at a post planted ou  the bank of Campbell' RIvpt altout������  ehatns east frojna'the: mouth of the  QuLnsam' River,, thence due north -SO  ohains, theaico due west 80 oh<ains,  thenee due south 80 ohains, theuoe ��������� duo  ������ast 80 chains to plaqo of "commence,  ment.   *     ";���������-���������..." '*':-. ..,.*" *i'AJ . '*;-*  Dated ,tW������3rd day of Febfuary,1908  CLIVIA   PRIEST,  E.   Prieet, Ag������at.  NOTPCE Wtfereby Riven that thirty  days 'after; datelIntend tbapp'.y to  th'e Honorable Chief Ctmmissiouor of  'Lands and Wogrksfor a,,L|cc������se >to  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the following described lands situate  Ln Sayward District, British Columbia;  -'Commencing'at ni ' ppflt'p'iwitcd at  the north-east'corner Of Timber Leaso  No, 48,thv<nf������ due north, 64 chains,  thenoe due west1 80 chains, thence due  south 51 chaTins, lh nvooduo ctlst 80  ohains to place of cCtauncocemcoit.  Dated th������s 3rd day of February,1908  W.    fl.   AlOOKE,  E.   Prieet. Ageiit.  NOTICE id hiiireby given that thirty  days 1 after date I inteaid (to apply to  the Honorable Chief Commissipnvjr of  La/rods ai.d Works for a Lti&nse to  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the foll'bwing described lands situate  ill Sayward Distt list. British Columbia;  Commencing ati.a ifest plantod at  the north-vast corner of Timber Lf use  No. 48,. tiienctf.' due "west/ 80. chains;  thence due south 74 chains, thonce due  east 80 chains, (hence due north  74>ohaius to place of commencement.  Dateld 'this 3rd day of February,1908  EZRA   COOK,.  E.   Priftst. Agent,.  the Houoroble Chief Comm>issiou|r of  Landa aud Works for a License to  prospect for coal and petroleum uuder  the foieshoro and under the water on  the lands in and oppoaita Newcastle  Distriot and described as follows.  Commencing at a poat planted on  the sea bsaoh at tho north-west corner of  Section 6A, Newcastle  Dist*  rict,. thenoo due north   40    ohaius,  thenoe due east 80 ohains, thenck* duo  saalth 30 ohains more or  loss     to  high water mark on sea sea beaoh,  thenoe westerly along said sea beach  rto place of commonccmout.f  Dated this 30th day of January,  1908.  lit   WILKINSON.  E.  Prifcat, Agent..  Dc. 9.00  9.04   10-77���������  10.22  10.40  10.43  10 !>3  11.00  11.07  11.IS  11 ������2  II 57  12.18  12.3!i  At l*i.S3  Dc  I5 0ti  15 i.*h  ��������� 1C-I-  10.Ih  16 :i  1641  im:  16.C8  .17 I  17.2:  17 S;  17.ft  18.1'  18 S.  Ar 18 4i  SOUTH UOOND-Read Up  Viotoria,  ltut������-l������,  .Shaw nig ������n,  ii  Cobble Ulll,  (Niwiohan,  Kok.iUh,  Duncan '*,  8oill������DO>,  Wmtiholma,  Uh������nmiiiuii,  L������.lyimith,   ���������  South Wtliington,  Nauamie,  Wil.ington,  No. 2  Ar. 1*2.00  12 02  10 SI  10.(3  10.40  10.15  10.0(1 '  10 02  9.47  9.87  9.125  De. 9.00  Ar. 8.CO  8, "8  8.15  D������.8,00  No 4,  r,.18M.  I������ ill  17 3ft  17..'.0  17,l!li  17. Hell W  10,0>  ld.4:  10.3',  10,2V  De. 15 H  Ar. 15 4h  15.2"  15,1ft  De. 16 00  Thousand Mile And Commutation Tn-  kels on *,ile, ^ood over rail and 1te4n.fi  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile..  Special trains and iteanieri for F.xcur  lions, and teduced rues for parlies may  be arranged fm on application to the  Dint, I'iss, Agent at Victoria.  The Compunv reserves ihe right to  change without previous notice, sienmerj  tailiiiK time* anu hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  ������ll Sutir.nn, gnnd fnr jiiinu J'Hiiney .Saturday and Sunday, returning ni4 later  han Monday.  i, Vt, TKOUP, G.n. 8oP: BC. Gout Sir.  0, L, COURTNEY, Dill. Frl, ft i m, Ag,  NOTIOE Is hereby'giTon that thirty  days after date I intend to npply to  the,Honorable Chfef Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a Lioeaxe to'  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the foreshore and under the water on  the lands in and oppoaita N wj.i tl-  Distriot and described as follows.  Commencing fit a pout planted ou  the sea beaoh at the north-west corner of Section 6A; NowcaStlge District, tbenoe due north 80 ohaius,  thenoe due wost 80 ebaius more or  less to high wafer mark on sea  beaoh, thenoo soul hreasterly along  said sea boach to placo of commeu-.  oc'ment.  Dated this SOth'diy of January,  E. M. YARWOOD,    "E. - Priest, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given tbat thirty  days [after date I intend to apply to  .thi*_Hdnorjible Chief Commissioner tof  tiauds and Wo^k"8~ftM:"1<^L"ic^?������3e"-to  prospect for ccal and petroleum undor  ihe following desoribed lauds situate  in Sayward Dist* let. British Columbia;  Commencing at a post planted on  the bank of the Quinsam Rivori'at. the  50th parallel of. Latbtude near tho  sou'th-tasi- corn1 r pf Timber Lease  No. 48, thence duo north 80 chains,  th'enoe duo'wiedt 80'chains,;tl������'ne������ due  south 80 chains, thence due east 80  chains to placo of commencement.  Dated this 8rd Utiy of Fe:brn\ry.l908  MARIA   JANE   PR1ESTI,  E.   Priest. Ageni.  NOTrCE is hereby given that thirty  days after datolintoiid ton,pply to  thi-'Honohibl'* Clil.-f Comnissioiwr of  Lands and Works for a Liccniso to  prospect for coal nnd pi troluum under  the follbwlrift d.^cribgd lands all unto  in Sayward Dist, lot, Br{tlaliColumbia;  Crmmehclutt nt a pioHt p'a<ut.iMl at  about one rallc "West (omtlvo 50th par-  nll.'lof Lntituilii) from tho Quinsam  Uivur, t,henoo duo west along aaitt  50th parallel of Latiitu.% 80 chalinait  to thu'wofltorn boundary of .Timber  Lease No, 48, thenee due north along  said woHti-rn boundary of Tlrabor Lease  No. 48, 81 ohains ,th������mcc duo* A ast 80  chains, theuco duo, south 80 ebaiusi,  to plaoe ot commencement.  ilatod this 3rd dfey of rcbruary.1908  LOUISA   COOK..  E.   Priest, Agent.  NOTICK in Koreby given tha't thirty  dtiyfcalit'er date 1 Intend lb apply to  tHe Honorable OhL-f CommiRBlonur   of  Liiuds and .Works for a .Llocuso to  proipoct for coal and petroleum under  the following (tiMorlbcd landa btiuato  In SnywnrdDUt 1 lot, British Oo'.umb'a;  Comroonctng tit" a post plantod at  tho noutli-ft'Hst eornor of Loulso Cook's  applleatiun for prospteiing llotuiso on  Timber Lease No, 48, .tlituica duo uorth  74 olmins.Cthiiiioo duo Wost 60 ohaius,  thenoo due vouih 74 obalna, tbenoo due  (���������ait   80  chains   to    pl&oo  ot com-  meiiODineub,.  Dali'd thin 3rd dny of Fubrunry,1908  TUOMA8   HARDY,  E,   Frio*t,Agent.  dianBomcrve Line* !0chains more or **"**'i"--'-" ���������**-��������� ���������-��������� --���������--��������� --*>w*  lima te pla������������ of eommentfewent^ NOTICE Ib horoby Riven that thirty  Dst#d ,tbta8rdd������y ot Fttbruary.1008 day*  after dalo I intond to apply to  B. PRIKBTi       'tlio Honorabli' Chief Commluloirer  of  N(vriflRr������h������������k������������i..M������t..������ ihi.i. Lendi   and Works for aLlocuaoto  de?.OTa������?rl"dhatreftSSn ftil^ S ffKSfi^lJ������*&^*&Z  the Honorable Chief Commlailoitir  of \\* {yjfi1^��������� *"} "'IV. v^Br.*0i.  proimiet for ceal and petroleum under W&J* "tf ',Zt���������u'*? iiii������^f'������������  the fellow Inn daierlbed lauds r-Uuite .u!'"���������^* **/,^i A*S ���������"  in Siywnrdpirtilit.Brltlih Columbia 1 ^������KllMbi"l,oli "^'i** ?,!' *���������?!"&{  OcunaeneliiR at a r*������t p'antwl at ���������? "���������?tl0B *\ /l0Wlta;u n,,t������������l  tb. south cast corner of timber line l^iT&lmiinu ^hftffSfoS^ dM  l N������uit.tbouedduoweit40ehilBr������ !������h" ' l0 * ' ������r SbJE?o w.hW*2.i5  tbano. due north 80 chains, thenee duo ������!}l\*llt wnftil JS'irttalil  ehal.11 to plaeo of eommmtfem-vnt.        "ton-������ "������,d ������M be*������" t0 P,aM ���������* *������  Dated thle 3rd day oi F-bruiryUWg  ROY   PRIRBT.  B.  Prket. Agent.  N09PW3F fi hereby given tbat tbtrty  days  after datelmi������u>i  lonely to  ibv Honorable Chlrf Commlsslotter  ef *  Landi aud Workefor a  luinenoement,  Deled tble 30th day of January,  \Vm%'  VJOUN MAnnitR,  ��������� * -mm..^.4m. ,..,,..m.m*mm*mtmtmnmmm  lr.iH.,1, ������...���������,.. at Ara eorm with ane 1-', [ttbttA^lta ^^A^mStf^  ,,D*. mot i.nji,1 -,���������,*, .i������i..t������* nn.'um   WtttnM ehalBt, Utraae: da# eeet'W  t ,,,,������ ������. 1,,,; -m...     c. '������norp������  utd.  NOTICK ii hiruby ffieea that ihttt*  Uotmu'ta diyi after date I Intend to apply lo  irospeetforeoelsnd petroleum undor thrrUonerableObWCOommliiloiier of  the following described (audi iltuata f^nlrii end Worke lei a Lleenitt to  In Say ward Dist 1 let, Brltlih Coliimbla \ prospaet for eotl and petrelenm uuder  Cuiuu4btt*iMi> *t * vja'- i'i������t"<l "*  the foreshore and uuder tba wntoron  tbe eorner ot foi Mon tbe eoutb bound the landa tn ana oupotiu i\miim+*.l  nty of laldLot 66. rtb������ne#dueieuth Diittlet end deieribed aa follows.  34 ehaini, thenee due weet SOobitm,     Cammenelug at ���������> poet plonted  mareorlrie to (be ioutb-te������t)������orn- en tbo ee������ beaeb war the etitem  erofX)uiniem  River Indian ileum boundary  ol Bwtion t, N������weas|le  tot 71, thenee due north 84 ehalne, DUtrtat, tbenee due eaet (10 ehaliie,  tbttoeedue .out30obfclni, ioplaeeot tbenee due north NO ebaina .thenw  commune, ment, due weit    80 ebaine, theuee    due  Dited tbielrd (toy of Februsry,1908 south ������0 ebatiu   mat* nt    Ue*    ta  J AUKS   PRNDRlt,       blgbsriter nark on eea beeeb, tbenee  ^ I.   Priost, Aftnt.     waeUily ulong  e^ld    ������������������������ haaeh    to  m NCflPBDI 1stHrreby given that thirty     d-um tble Wtb d.f ol Januarr.  diys After deteriBteiid t*a*ply to feme *      *aaa*tj,  tbe Honorable Oblef Gemmliaioiwr  of.  Al'tLV rtt MKADMA' lt������f.  O. RBIPBf*  or/, b 80. h ,M -��������� Campbell HWei InA* i eii������������ll*ert������r d eMribed laefa ehtato ���������   NOTICB la hereby given that thirty  let Reeerve, thenee wt������t ������!��������������������� ������������������������������ l������* >������������������yw������r������tMHil������t, Bttoisito������*l<eoklel*j AmT* *������*, dauliauwi w apply te  ... oiak-, tbt*.i     due eontb 10 ehalne, I }****** *%* Wtrkolei*^IbneuU ,  *��������� thane^dne eaeuo ehalne.the������Nd������e \ 9***H**���������****}*** *****^f**>**\~  NOTIOE Is hterehy given that thirty  days after dato I intend to apply to  tlieHoiuorableChvef Commissioner <ofi  LKuda and .Works tor,, a LLceusov to  prospect for coal and petroleum under-  the foreshore and under thc water on  the lands lu and opposite Newcastle  DUtilct and des^'ri ol as follows.  Commenoing at a post planted on  the sea bo 16b at the south-east oor  ner of Section 2, Nelsou Diatrict,  thence due east 80 chn us, thenco  thence due east 80 chains, th"tico  due north 80 chaius, th.*nce duo  west 80 chaius, thence dufe south  22 chains more or k-ss to b'gli wi*  ter mark on eea beaoh tbenoe  southerly along sail siii leach to  plaoe   of   cotnTnenocme4i|t-4  Dated this  30th diy of  January,  1908.  C. VAN   HOUTEN,  E.   Priefct/Ageat.  NOTICE is berohy given that thirty  days 'after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable Chief ComtnisgiouOr ot  "Lauda���������and-W orts-for���������a-Lio������(iso_"to_  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the foreshore aud under tbu w-terou  tbe lauds lu arid opposite Newcastle  Distriot and desoribed as follow.^.  Commencing at a post pluiUd.on  the  sifo   be'.'-oh   *t   tho   njrth-west  thenoe due   east  80 chains,   tlv nco  oorner  ot   soptlju   2,  Nelson   DI it-  due south 51 chain*   *,more cr less  to  Mgh   wa't������r  mirk ou   saaboui'b  thenco  north-west along   said  sea  beach  to   plaod  of  coinmenot mrnt.  .  Dated this 30th d.y ot Januuy,  1808.  WM.   BEVERIDOE,  E.   Prirvit. Agi-n'.  NOTICE is hbrnby given that thirty  dayK . aftor date I Intond to npply to  the Hdnorablo Chief Commissioner ot  ���������Lands and Worka for n Lie*use to  ihe foreshore and ,undbt* th" wlorr-n  the lands iu nnd opposite Nelson  Distriot and dosoribad as follows.  Commencing at a post planted on  thc eea beaoh at tlV> so11th-oa.1t  comer of Lot 9 .Nolson D>!iriot  thenoe coat 80 chains, thnnoaduai  south 80 oliaini lh<i<ioe duo w,v������t  37 ohaLm more or 1 es to high water mnrk on soibovih tbenee, not'.h  ly along said soa boaob torp)aee of  oo-mmwioemont. -vi  Datod this  list day of  January  3. FOX,  B,  Priest, Agent.  NOTICE ie Horoby nl wn that thirty  deyi aftor dato I intend toojpply to  th������Ht*iioro/bleChh������f Commissioner of  Lands and. W orks Cor a LiounBe to  proepeet for coal and petroleum under  the foroehoro and undor tho wntoron  the lands lu and opposite Ne>ven������tl>  'the lands in and opposite Nvlion  Distriot and deaorlbid as follows,  tlw. eea bench at tho north-wiet  eornor of Dot 8, NeUou Distriot  thenee due oust 80 chains,!hon*e dun  south 80 ohatas, tbcuoo duo, xvoati  55 ebaine mon or less to high water mark on ion soi beaoh. thenoo  northerly along said saa boaoh to  plaoe of  comraoncemont,  O-itdd this 81������t diy ot January,  tone,  A,  B, niLBBRT,  B.  Prhet. Agent.  NOTIOE U b>rob'y*f[lTen'tha"t thirty  days after date I Intend to apply to  tbe Honorable .Chief Commiieloner of  Lands and Works fdr aLlooftso to  orospeet for ooal end uutroleum uudbr  the foroihore and uuder tho w������ter on  the landi in and oppoaito Neleon  Distrlet and donorlbid as follows.  Commenoing at a poet plented on  tbe eea beaoh at tbo north* eaet  earner ot Lot 13, Neilon Dftstrlot,  thenoe due eaet 80 ehaini, tbentfe  dun eeutb 6*1 tbalni, thenoo nue  weet 52 ehaini more or leu to bt*  gb water mark on eea beaib,thunes  northerly along aald aea be������eU to  v.**.* tf cctaiacii,*<'w*Jti*  ' mated thU list day of January,  IMI.  X. PRIEST,  NOtTIOEU hlMetty given that thirty  daya 'after datetintend to apply to  theH������norable*Ohtof Commissioner at  Uauoe aud W-i������U r������������* * V.'r**}*,. tn  proepeet for eoal end pttroleum undor  the foreehore and under the water on  tbe landi ia and opptalte Neleen **  'District end deeeribed at fellowa,  Commenoing at a poet plented on  tbe aaa beaeh lit the north������*aet  eorner of ������bot It, Nelaon DUt*t,  tbenee due east 61 ebaine, Untoo* due  northl V oheiaa, theaoe duo wee������,  80 ehalne more er lees to high water mark on eea boachthenee eouth#������  ly along aeU oea beaeh to plaoe of  eoaatae������erMrat<  Deled thle   Hot dsy of January,  vm.  J. DAVIW,  1,  yiieet,AK������l.  liitiiiV-"  ^Pj^^fl^T"   mmmi-  **Ax .- -i.-.-^  I'of  THE  NEWSv  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBfX  ^^  NOTICE is hereby gilven that'of lot 810,. CCmor District,!hence  &������. days after date t intend to d<ue east 80 chains th.tuce due  a^jply- to' t.ie 'Honorable Chiet south 80 ohaius ihence due weat  Commiaa^sueiL.jjf.L.aiij',0., aft-l Worfo ,35, ohainsi more or less to .high  foT\ a' license- to pwapejcT^Ibf'TWif fctrr*" marX ���������-****���������aea beaobtf thtto������  coal ana pefcriofeunt und<er the northerly along said aea beach to  foliowiug described' lands situate to place oi. oommeaioement.  in Sayward' Dtetriotand. being the D<atfed this 11th day, of Janu-  Campbell River Indian Reserve;- ai\y, 1908.,  CouMBflweing   at'  a   post'    situate F.   B,   SPRINGER,  E..    Priest,   Agent.  ou   hte   bank   ot  Campbell   River  and   beings   the.   nort-west   oorner .   ot a:ld Reserve, thence duo souht NOTICE is "hereby given th*at  ������*S ������ haa us more or les td ..thto 39 days after date I- intend to  aouth-weat< comer of said Reserve ������Pply \io the Bouora,ble Chief  therfee due ' east 60 ohains to Commissioner of Lands and 'Works  eea fceacb, thewo e northerly , tor a, liovins^ to prospect for coal  and1 south-westerly alou'sea tteaeh and petroleum, under tbe foreshore  emd, Campht-U **iveta toplaCa of , a'������d uuder. the wabor on th'e lands  ���������onuneyicemeut. | in.   and   opposite   Comox   Ms met  Datett   tfhis   10th   day   of   'Jan-    nntf   desoribed   as   iollowsf;  WILLIAM   BETERI DOB.'    Commenci-ng   at   a   post   planned  Tl* T^^l^.A A ������* m*.*\ (t*\ fhu        Biin hnaAh        akm. r   1 ft      *. \.~. .....  E,  Pricat, Agmt   m __ __ on thu   sea    beach   about JO  chains  nary,   1908.. ��������� north"   of   the   north-east     ooruer  -        .-,        .������������������ ��������� q,������'Lot 222    Ccmox U-sWtoi,    tht-uoe  NOTICE  ja  .hereby  ginen  that 80 $u,o,cqst   ������*������  -������>..���������..-    .-   ' 'NOTICE U hereby givbn that  30 days after date I intend to  apply- to the ��������� Honorable- . Chief  Commissioner of *Landsand' Works  for a livensa to prospoct tof coal  and petroleum uuder the fore shore  and un:K-r . ihe . water , ou the I nd*  in and oppos tb --Comt-ox Dist] let  and   dosivibcd   as-  -follows;  Commenting   at   a   post    planned  on   the   aea   beach ' at   the" uoAh  east   ooiraon   of   lot   W,   .  Comox  i Distriot,   theuce   due east  80 ohai ns  thenoedue   south 80 ch-ains^kh-ini-e  I aue   west   70   chains   more   or , Irs  to.   high ,   water     mar.,   at,.,  sea  beaQli.th.MiM!   northerly along   said  scab auh to place of   commit nceincul.  Dated   this * I3ih*   day   of- January, 1908.       ���������        ���������  G.. WONDER.     . i  ,   Ef.   Pr.L������st,   Agent  days   titer' date   I   intend   to   ap  ply   to   the   Uonofkblu   Chief   Com  0;  chuius    tnwicw.   aue  , i(uiu,cu������i   on;  cniuus    idw]������������.   aue  *, south"  81),   ohains.   thence due w.est  jiij    w   .in   a������u������������������������i   i/ui'i   vwiu ��������� 23   chains more or Ist-a to   Liyh   wat-  misfiouer  ot   Lands   and      Works j er   mark   ou   eea   beach,    thence  lor   a -license to   prospoct for   ooal  northerly   along   said   sea   beach to  aad   petroleum^ under the foreBhore I place   olf   commeuosmcut.  and!   under tbe water on tlio lauds Mn , * D������ated   'this   Utti   day   of   Janu  aud   opposite      Sayward      District  ary,   1908..  aud   desoribed   as   follows i-  Comtn. uoiug at a post planted  at the south-east ooruer of Cam  pbcll River Indlalo Reswve.thenoo  dud   east   80   cbains   thenoe      due  W���������   A.   CLARK',  S.   Priest.   Agent.  "NOTICE-"ilTTcrefby "given   that  30   days    after   date   I   intend   to  riiiA ���������"*f "       ������������wv.������       w^^v       a,      t  ano:.* llm toplacooio.wumMiecu.ru  .-   ?oal .au(1    P������*roleun������   undor       thc  foreshore   and   uu.ler   the   water  on   thn   lands   in   and       opposite  Comt>x   Disirict.aud   described   as  follows ,'-  Commencing   at     a   post planted  av   uujo   *noi-   unit-   i   iun-uu    im . bo   the.   sea.   b<:ach   at   the   north  apply   lo   th H'norable   Chief   Com' cast   oorner   of   Lot   ,Q0   Co-mo*  iniiisioner'   of   L*uda   aud      Works ; DM riot,    thence-   du<o       cast       80  for   a   licnsc   to , prospect   forcoal' chains, thenco due   south    80   chaius  an Ipetroleum   undor   the   foreshore; theuoe   duvc   wrst   U0   cbains (hare  _ _l ....   i . .:       Ll. ..       ..__*,������������������       M>k ��������� li.*\       rti*        r**,       Inast        w        liirrti        ��������������� a t *...   ai\ n ��������� L*  Die ted   this   10th   day  nt  January,     1908.  ������. PRIEST.  IIQTICE   le   hereby   given   that  30   daya   after   date   I   intend    to  hud   uuder   the'   water   ou        tine  land*   in   and*   opposite   Sayward  District   aud   desoribed   as" follows  Commencing at a post plautod  nt <h- ������ou;h--a-.t corner . of . 0*������!-  ,pbell    Indian   Reserve cheuce  Vjue'" east 40 ���������chaina thence due  Mirth 80 chains, ibiucc due west.  io ^htgb water mark, Ihence following shore liue to place ' ot com-  menoMaeul.  Dated this 10l(h day Of Janu-  air,   1908,  HARRY   WILKINSON  E.   Priest, Agent.      or   oi'   lesst   o   high   wateu niaik  at   aea-   beach,   thence   northerly  along   sea   beab   lo   place   ofc^m  mcno-menl.  .'Dated'  htts   11th   day   of   Jauu  ary,   1908.   "  E.   HOBSON.  E.    Priest.   Agent.  (NOTICK. is' hereby giv.jn thiut  CiO- daya after date I iutcud to  apply to thu Honorable Chiwf  Cwm*.mission^,r of Lan.id Works-,  for a- license t o prospect for  coal- and- petroleum under the  ^foreah'brc1 and undor the water  on thu lauds iu and opposite  and    destuibed  NOTICE    \tt   iereby   ������i von that'  riO   days   aftef   dato   I   intend   to,Comox   DisUict  to   hiinly   to   the   HonarableChief   ,<3    MIowh;,/  r,������Gommis8ioucr__cf   L-n's   end Works      Comm.ncing.   at   a   post   planted  '   for   *   lic-nse-i������ prosp*tt *for----oii^tlKi,^a_-_l>i'.ach._at_tX^,north;i  coat and petroleum under ths foi' east corn,*' of Lot 125, Como*  lowing dfwribrd landsaituate in Drtirtet thence due east fcO  toyward'Diatrle.and-.being-lot   71 .ohaui*   tfceuoa    Hue   south 80  Cu-naam-ttWer,   Indian   Reserve    chains,   theuce   enn .tmamx .6  "* , . mtu.it,   f.������-.fc  chain*   more   or   less    to   hisrh wat  " Commencing at * the south . east  corner ot aald rcnervo . thence  diw   uorlh   51   cb'iiis,   theuoe   due  chaina more or less to high wat  Ut inurl( on ac-n beach, th/.iucc  'noi'lheriy along   sa;d   aoa   beach to  wT������t"lOlUchdUm������'Quinsam   ftiver   place   of-comtucii^mont. .  St.   eoutbe.ly   along   Qulmam rJ"������BdMlW-*   il1"   **'   ot   ,auu  nttex    >o   Uio   southwest   com.r air,   WW.   -    ���������     ���������              -.  Le   onirli   reserve.    Uhence   due east WILLIAM   HOLDEN,  ?5 cbaiJe more S'r leea ?o   place   of ,    ������������������. ftieat.   Ageait.  COZedCTbSU10th   dV of   Janu-  0iy,   1908.. ^ p  WBBB|pR,  E.   L'ru-st,   ABoiit  ���������NOTlfCE .ul hereby- given that  SO days after date I tntk-nd to  apply��������� tto the HQiiarablo Chief  'Comm\si:on,or    at'   Lauds       aud  .   __ ~^~,������������������������������������ ���������-. TCT7 Worka   for   a   lloowee   to      pros-  ~~NOTIOK   l������'  hereby)   given   tnat  p(el   for   c04j   ond   ptt,0lcum   un-  SO   du)',������   after   date   I   '������t������na   i������ <ier   tho   foro   8]j0re     8���������d   Un(-0T  f.������plytotb������ Houoraltte Obiet oommi������  (1)e   Wftlor   0���������   lhn   ]aU(la   j���������nnd  siouor   oB   Landa   and   7������ ������*?..;' opposite   Comox   District   and  deft    license   to   prospect   for      eoai  soribNl   ,���������   -followB: f  uud   petroleum*   unrter  ino     "'��������� ������������������commi������nolng   at   a   post    plauted  shore   and   wider   lihe, w'ai ej^ ������b tho   Mfl    bfaoh   at   ,wut,hvnrtt  Ubd   lauds   and   oppoelle>   Saywwa  6Qrnjm   n   f   Lot   15.   Comox OCs-  _.. .-...-...j ^..miumA: follows...        trioti thi'noe   d������i������   east   80  ch.iiu*j  the soo' due eout'h 90 ohains.,.  thenco duo w.r at W ohaius more or  less ��������� to place ot oommo<hor,mcut  Dnted this 11th day of Janu  ������!ry,   M08.,  'D,   0.   WILLIAMS,  E.   Priest, Agent.  NOTIOE cs hereby given thai  30' dnys after date I Inti ud to  ap^ly -ot t.hc Jiouorab'Jo Cbi-of  Commissioner of ' Lands aud Works  for a. li.cc.uso to prospoot for'  coal and petroleum uuder tLue  foreshore .and .uuder .the-, water  on tbe lands > iu aud opposi te  Coinox Distiict aud described as foi  tows,-  Commencing at a post planted  on the sea beach at .the south  ensi coiner of lot 151 at th?  mouth of Oyster River Comoxi  Didtriot, iheuee duo east 80 chains  iJifiioe dua s-outh 60 i*ha^is thence  Hue west' -30 .chans .more or.l.ss  to ihigh wuter mark atswa beach  thence westerly alougsaid ' nea  beach   lo   place*'of commencement.  Dated   this ��������� 13th- ��������� day   of   January, 1908.  F. . A. . YOUNG.  E.   Priest,   Agent  NOTICE' is hereby given that  110 daya after dale I intend to  apply to the Honorablo Chi'ef  Comm'lss.t'O'ii'v.'r of Land's and Works  for a Hivnse to propped ooal  aaid' piM.ruIeum undf-r t'hi* fon-  s..,hor.������ a rid under the water on  tth������i kids in und opiio--ii<!' Cu-  m'oxi jD'Ui-riot and desoiibid as  fol'ows;-  Cotnmnfing   al       p-'ost     pl���������nlcj  on   tbcj, sea    oi'a.'ih    tibouO        20  caiaina   noi't'h   ws;eily' fi-cm ''the  norlh-i'ast   comer   ol    sccli.-ii'*       4  township 5, Comox D'stricl,     Chcin.c  ���������liu������   iwrth"    yj    chains, ..hence du.i  A-es*..   W0   oh.iii'S, ih-n* e(  '.iueBoutli  60   ch.insmort- o. loss to 'high   water   mark   at   .-.ea'   b-'aeh, -' thenoo  south-* a!.terly   f.l"ng   said'     ..sea  bea>b   to   pla e   of   Lominei:c-m-n.i  Dnted   this   13th   day   of   Janu-  t^L^.W,   H' .   BENXLEY,    ,.  "E".*~P.iMS&Tt, nSgeifK ���������  filiated   this   13th  day   ot  'Janu-'  ary,   1808.  GEO. fD.   6COrB.  -.-   ^     B. . Prteet.- Ageut  , NOTICE- ia hereby given that  90 days aiftor date I intend to  apply io the Honorable Chief  Coianiiasiionor of Lands and Works  for a license io prospect for  co. 1 uud p tiolcum uuder the  foreshore anil undor the wator on  the lands iu aud oppo ite comox  Diatriot and deBCiibcd its fi hows/-  Cumiaaiic^g   art   a   pus.:,   planted  mi    the   sea*   b"acli   al.out 0!  olm'iiis north-,������v.'������uit(y from (tit  aouihvasfc corner at section 3.  lowiibblp 5,Coniox Dislii<l thenco  duo north HO clni!i>, ihenr* due  east 80 .chains; Ihenoo duesout'h  80 bhaius, thenceduu wi������f 80  oh; i'is   to   pl*c..   of   cotum ".-cm nt  Dated   thU   13th   day   of   January,   1903.  .    P.   H.   LANTZ  E.   Priest,   Agent  a  O  The Making of a  Successful Wife  NOTICE is hereby glveu that  3,0 day* after date I intend <o  apply to tho Honorable Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a license to p:o������p-ct * for  coal and petroleum under thc  foreshore aud undor tho' water on  tho lands iu and opi'0������|te Comox  District and descr/.bed aa follows;-1*  Commencing at a post} planted  on   the.   sea    beach   about .10  nofth-'westrn-ly fi'om the eoiufl-  east corner of reclion ?, township  5, Qooiox 'Distriot, lliepjoedtft east"  80 chains, htmce due south 70  chains- more or I'rs to hivh wa  ter mark at sea bfach, thonce  uor,h-'wyst������rly ������lo..n^ s; id pea  bea'*h   to   plnc'e   bf   coromenei*m,'nt;  D*atod   this,- 18th -day- of--. January,   1908.     . ,  S.   G.   GIDERSON,  E.    Priest.   Agent       >  Ulstriot and ricaoribed as ������������������������������������������**;���������,. d  Comineucing at ,* fVf*\r$*W*  on tho s-a lo ch .O-b.in' norin  ������r hS sjinb laat eorner ot lot  S' &wardU D������&Mt���������}****������������  M������l. .Wottaliie, thaueedue ������ut������������  ������0 ehaine. ithraw -dee.^���������"^ij  cbalnomoro '������ loa to b gh'. *������*"  ,mm on ana, -bsaelb thenee norther  ly along satdaea beach to the  nlaee of fomoi������ns#mMit. ���������r-i.���������*  ������������ted- tWi   Utb   day   of Jauu  MVl   T'J.   BMANUBL8,t  K.   Vtlttt, Agant^.  auwlj   to  tho   Honorable       Oukt  CoStonor of  Uud.  andYforKi  for a lli������uie  to ��������� V*9*-9**^}'**?i  lAl.t   mmA   nmtveUiimuniar  tbedore-  NOTIW la hrreby given that  90 days after date I intend to  apply to the'"Houorable ChUf  OommUslcw*r of Lauda^nd Works  tor a lleenee to prospoot for eoal  a'nd po*roleutn������ niift^r the foreshore a������nd urtde* tb* wat te on  tbo laulds. In and oppOslie Comox.  Dtatriob  ������������*  desoribed  a������  tollowl  Oommtnekig   at   e   poet   pUntod  on   ibd e������a  hoteb<,at....tbe   north-  of  SeetionSfl,  Towu'  NOTIOE'Ji  *breby flton  tut  ������������piy ot tba BonorabUl Obiel  gSSfeUolontrot^Bda an������ Worka  for a lleenee to proipeet^ <or eoal  aad pewoleum under thi foro*  JlTore 'tnd under the wai, er on  the lenda ,lB aud oppoilte Com.  o*  Dtotrlit  and desoribed at  (ol  l*Oo*imenelnit at  a   poet   pUntoj  im* liti sta ^e������'b '** tba bomb*  Met lorner of aeetlon ������.!���������������������������  eblD 1, tienoa i**ti^'. tbr<n**.  due east M ebelni,thene* duo  ���������piith SO e*aln* thoaee due  weet M ahalna more er Ua* to  hUrb water mark, on the ���������������������������  bTa.H thenee northerly along aald  ate iieavie l* *!*" ���������** oomanee-  nenti        '. ���������    *  Dnted ihlt Uth  day o Janu*  ���������"*   W' I. OATAKAOU,  8.   PrWit, igoot  NOTICE- le hereby fiwen that  m\ deye iti* date t laUnd to  OPI'Jy to the Honor abi������ Cblet Commissions or Lande end   worka  foe   ������   Iknuse.   Co   pro������p*i������������      for  e^������adpetroleum under tbe   fore- ---..-   ....  titer*   t*A. u������ur  tibe  wotnf  ami a-  rt, along eeld  ary,  1908  for  a'lli������uie  .to^roipeei   9>.wf       t 0),  8eetlbn2������, Tow*  ooal and /���������*roi������uB"hn^,ir**Srr0n I abl'ii 4. s VoratM DUetriet., thenoo  Miore and (under *j^^KgLJS|iStoe ner-Xb 00 tbalnr thine*'du.  the   lends J������. ���������^.L^^tt^S Sart ' 55  ehalne   ih.noe  due   louth  ^r*Tw,,3aiSiiCSl^:y-,4'i,rt a"o! "  ������m\.^r.&m%z  ���������ibenoiiduow'eM 6������ ehalniWre or  lfss io high wokir mark at; bm  beoeb tboiiem nortbevly aloiigsold  oa   biaeli to   plaee et eommen-  "BeUd  tbio  Utb day  of  Jauu,  "*  "W.   ������. VAN n0UTBH������  Bt   Priest,   AgenV.  U  P.  WOUtBT,  B,   Prleit;  'AgetoU  NOTIOB to hntahr givin that  SQ deya , alter detol .lnt*n4 '������  CommlliioiMir off liandtand Worke  to apply to tbe Honorable Chief  tor e floedie to proipeet. for eoai  auid peVroleiMn under the teta  ihore and- under tbe wot-wjj  tlw Jandi lm and opposite Comox  Dlstrlet  and deierlbid *���������  foi own-  (Oommiuteiag  at a  poet  planted  on Ifatv pn  beaoh  at  the    north  eaet   eorner   of   notion  l������,*Tow*j  .hip  i  Como*  DUtrlet,  tbeneeduo  north 80  obalna, thenee due eaet BO  ebalrtf, tbenee due tout)! W> oboino.  (iheuee   due  vttn*.   80  ehalne   to  plaee   olf  ^ommenoement.,  Dated  tbla   l������tb' day  at Jonu  ary,   1U08.  I,  A, TUOH80M,  V    txelant.   Affent  HQIWB l������ JjcnVy gHeii thet  80 dare nftor d������t������ I Intend to  apply to the Honorable cbiei  OommiaaioiMr of Undo end Work*  for a liooine to pr������ip������������ for  eoal ant> p*WUu������i ������ade* tho  iv mi.'.*.������������������������ '"d im*i*r th������ weaere  on the lande tu and oppoet^a  Comox   DUtrlet  and   deeerlbed  M  "commenetng at a poat planted  ������n tbe eea. beaeh at the. north  eaet eorner ot eeeUonM, town*  ehlp ������>Oo������������i Olotriotftbflieeduo  ,nt Ml rhslna, thenee due oootb  00 ehaini* thtnae due w������t 80  ehalne mow #r leea to Mob water snwk et eea Wch ,thenee  eea   beavb  to  NOTICE   i-)  Ii ro'by   gi'ven   that'  30   days   after   date   I   inhend   to  simply to 'ilh^liniorable       ���������   Chief.  Commissioner ol Lunds and Works for  a   lie nse    to   p.ospuet   fwr  "conl  und   n ,rol um   uidur   th- fores' Ore  |.ii<l   undor    thfe ��������� r.vuter   on-   the  innds   in'-find   oppn.iw   C-moxDis  t-iir*   mid   <' s'Ji'ib-d   as   fol-oua',  Co   m n ing   . t   a   v<*s-t   puotcd  on   the   sea   brach   about       20  chnitis   n.    w.   frim   'the -   north  east   corner ot   8.-I.   T.   n   Camo  UUirioi,   thence,   due   uonh  chaina,   thenoe,   duo   oast ��������� 60 cluius  thenoe   duo   south   80 chains   I  thenco   due   wtatf  80   cbaiua  place   of   ooinnitMOMincnl.  ���������Dlilfd   Ibis   J3lh   day   oft   Janu  ary,   1008.  It.   M.   F.ftGA-R.  E.    frleM,   Agent  __1      i   mi   iilwurWIii   ��������� I i ������a< T|-|    -T-~��������� ~mmim*im*.m.r. mt m r ^  NOTICE is h������roby given thai?  !W) days after date I iiiUnd to  apply to tho Honorable Chiof  Ooiumiswloiifir of Ln nd������ uud W,orks  for a lWrnso lo pio prct for  ooal and petroleum uiicer ' t.e'  foreshore and under tli* wator ou  the Linda in ������nd opt'Olto Comox  DUtrlet and do*Bribed ne follows;-  Comraoticing   at   a   post   plantod  oln    the    Rea.    tj.ttcli    about       20  ohains   north*������wi������terly   from      the  uorthtoast   couiiT   of   Button      -t  towoahip   5,  Comox   DUtil-'t.thi'noo  due   east   80' chaina.   Uii"iic������e * duo  sou b   80   ch������l������s , more   or  Inn   to  high   water   murk   nl'   sea   beach  th'noo   noith-watetly   n!o"������   *<->'"  ton  b;������������b  to  olifo  ot  commouo.  meut. .  MOTIQE is liorcby given that  30 day^ aifber date I intend to  apply   to   the   Honorable Ohyuf  Commissioner of Land's and Workn  for a license to piOsp,ot for  coal and p.trolcum under thc  foreshore and unii'M" Ih." water on  the lands in ai'd opr������ii^o Cmos  DUlrici and rirscs bed as follows ;-���������  Comru'.iicuig ��������� at'  a   post   planted  on   (h.Osea   beach   at   the     southeast    cornnrOof   s.<vuion-   35,    tiown-  siiip   6,   Comox    D.:~it*-iot,   tfli^nce  due   oas   60. 'eh in-",   th'|iic-e   duo  n.roLh   <30   ohaijiii.ilR'uce.   due   west  ':0   chains,   things   (la'j   south    GO  .chaii'B,   more   or   cl<-ss   to   high wa  ter   mark   at'   sea       beaob,   thenoo  south-easterly       along      said      vm  beach    to   place    of cummci'ioerneut  ^DJated   this   13th   day   of   January,   1908 -  G.   P.TI O'tl Y,  E.  Priest, Agaiit.  60   YEARS'  EXPKRIENCE  Tram Marks  Dioionb  Copvriohts Ae.  Anrone flooding t, iketch tnd dMODptlon nmy  -*-���������-���������- loartHle onr oplulon treo irhfrtlior as  ll probslilf j>ut%tit������l>.l9. _������onimunl<w.  llrconfldml!  Olde4t cL-eni  __-,-��������� takon tlirouBt  ...  *f*tialnotl������i, without oiinrje,  ! *i:������itejtar*acurlnM  on Putenw    3lde4t cL-enar tof'*������curinf_piilonls.  Patent* takon ttirouvh Mitiiu * Co.  mm  In  tho  fo.tmi)*lti  Scientific mirim*  A hMxtaomoIr llluitrntjd wooklr, Lntniit tlr.  onintlon nf nny ioleiitlfls jouriul. Ttrmi, 18 ���������  l*ttti four tnoi.'.Ui, (1. Hold broil nowrniMlart.  Broi  Cook's Cotton Root Compouad.  By CASPER S. YOST.  RAISING A PAMU.Y.-A Geaaiae  Gentleman Is the Product of a Mother  Who Knows Ber Business���������Oiggesl  Share of the Training Falls oa the  M tber-^-Some Sage Advice.       J*  U=  iO  that Bhowa tne wonders of arithmetical  progression? Well, that's Just tho way  the difficulty of settling that question,  increases every day you postpone it  That's wliy I lay bo much stress on the  importance of doing it now.   I know*  wepaia on  OmHlMNlOi,ftlMITtt.&T.  ��������� iwhlchwo..-   depend. Boldln three degrees  ot stronRth-j-No. 1, 011 fio. &  lOdaflrees stronger. *Z\ Np. a,  for stiodal eases, ft per oo*.  Bold py all oruKwte, or ee*^  wopala on-woeTptof  Then he atopped, but I didn't.  he's such a precious littlo cherub, oo  cute nnd cunning and ail that sort 4t  thing. It's mighty hard to deny hlna  anything be wanti, but yon should  keep before you all tho time, my dear,  not what ho Is, bnt rrbnt beta to be,  You know when a sculptor is making  a model for n stntne be hns to bave  moist clay and to keep lt moist Unless he does ho can't give it the form  he desires. It's just so with yonr baby;  Unless he is plastic, so to spoak; yon  can never mold him to your will. Unless ho learns (he lesson of obedience  you can never give his character that  form which is the esseuco of real man-'  hood. Tbe making of n mnn Is a big  Job, but If obedience is mndo the foun-.  datlon it isnt so .very difficult And'  yet obedience mustn't be supine submission., A child must be taught to.  obey because the" comir.fnids* are Just  nnd.rlght jind ^-hen needs be he should  be shown why Ihey are Just and riglit.  Mb Biilrit fs to, be tra'ned,aud. developed, not crushed. I never "bat!" nny  patience with tho old time method of  ~rais!Qg-ch!Idren,_whicJi_jn^jiflthLiIl3^  leea than tyranny. It was a* whole log  better than tbe modern way of nm  bridled license, but It wasn't right-  Child a Reasoning Being/  A child should be treated ns'a betn^  endowed with re"son nnd should b<  taught to do riglit because It Is, vlghti  not because a nviiher or a fnther, com;  ma lids' It. -That, of coarse, nmktsts ij  necessary for hlm to know rlslit fronj  wrong, mid yon rcin't put in too mnolj  time gh l'ig lilm that knowledge. Tcacl)  your hoy to be iratbfnl nml holiest  and courteous nud ahow lilm why bc  ���������hould be ao, Don't make the mlstnfco,  nwnvcr, of liul.iliig tip the four of  iittulshmunt nm tho chief reason. -"&  ioy who does right because ho.la  afraid to do *xronj( Is In u fair jvay to  liecomo a cowur.1, If he iKn't ouo already, On lht������ coufrury, show blm  that thuso virtues distinguish tho real  man from tlio JmltiUJmi. A man may  possess courage und backbone and  physical Birpnglli und yet U? no better  than mnny four U<ggo������l brutoa. Gono-  Ino manhood Is n nicntnl rather than o  Wood's PhospkodiftO,  Tht Qrctu* JBnati'h Remtdtl.  Tones and Inrlffomto* tho whole  tterruui nmetii, uudtet jnem  lilooaln old veins, jpii*"!* Ant-  Subscribe for the NEWS.  Mpcrbbf iixforfi. Oaawlllploaso.f,t  nre. BoM fir all ilirniwlsw or walled in  pkg. ou rooolot of Brioe-,.Af������wiiatiitiklti  ^mm. "Vhojlfooe) ModMiiojga.  /emeriv IvtnAmr) Toront*. Ont.  ��������� -i ,., A. ,���������1JW, ������������������ '���������������������������"l'"-t  ib.. lawdo In  end opootlto(Demon ������Uee  of oowmeiOfaiBi.  ffitilYt^nd%i������tb*T7t followa     Oatnt tble   fKO  nay of /ago  flMmm^m^mt^m     ml      a      ���������������������������      nlaalMl    BtV.     lBDI.  Coameneiof at  a  pew  piloted oty.  im  w tbo. oto  beaeh aboot I ebaina  g*rm of tbo oootb ooat oonwr  VT.  %   AHHOLD,  %   fttfot,  A$ee%      ,-  WATSONS  \At'tAl,t'Jss-#.ti''A\  ^"W^M^Wui<.IHA^m>>^>^  '    -!-���������.  -fr>,-':-    ���������������������������' ���������      A  Al  ���������    "''    ���������"*!       '       *'   s  ",.   ' ,���������   '���������'���������  '  ���������  r>*H-M;rVA',,.   ...-;';  '��������� ���������'��������� .'*������������������'-li-'il.H If*- * '*.*' -:  ���������,���������'���������%*���������������������������*&:--'.>')���������������������������������-������������������   '  peyetott eoatmton.   aiijfci^ ������ itftrr-  desirable, aud I   bopc Job^i Witiiiiui  will havo plenty of Jt, bnt don't 'it,  biw #et tbe xiottoa tn bis bead thit:,  that Id nil' be neediC   A boy la n?*t"nl- i  ly a gooil dead ot a rut8������o and hn.i tl&  Mvogt^aamrratl&n for"Btren^th. -Lc^,  of us. older boya haven't got very -"ar;  away from primitive kiwis In tbat pxl'r-j'  ticnlari but till the eeme lt'������ a matter-;  of mighty small  Importance t������  tho*.  making of  manhood compared wit!:]  the attributes of the mind,  These are Just general principles, my;  dear. Tnu cant make any rnlr^thntv  will fit all cases, and you hardly evee.  flud two children f-xaeUy aliicoln their;  dlsposllloTis. Methods of trainlug must!  be adapted to each individual. A slip-,  per or a Hhtngle Judiciously applied to;  the right spot will work wonders In:  many coaee. while it's worse than use-,  less tn others. Study your boy nn you,*  nfevcr studied any Icr-son In your llfoj  aud moid bis mind and bis character:  according to tbe material you Had yoti\  hnve m work wl'.h, rilwayu keeping hi!  mind the one definite aim, tlio maktngj  of a man.  This Is a eerioae Bubjcct, little gtri,j  and I have treated it seriously, hut ft;  you go at It right and begin at tho  '*"*    G&t   %  iiveclo ie highlit tfettmlAc  eouimencemflnt you will Cnd thtei  training of a child one of tbo greatest;  Joys ot life. Thero is nothlLijj as beautiful na the grndUHl unfolding ot tho  mind of a littlo one, nnd there In no  task so noble end ennobling as that  which gives pi*ojv������r direction to Its  development. Bm start now, hooey;,  start now. Don't put it.o������ till next  year.   Your affectionate father,  .70HN 8NEBD.  Giving Him a Lift.  "There was once upou ii time aa  actor," said a'speaker, "who, after ua'  enforced idleness of two months, was  lucky enough to secure nn engagement  in a town twenty-five miles away.  ���������.^ho_caae_w^������iL^O-tLrar:JlllwLei_ Tbo  attar had to reach the rtletaut town  tbat uight.   If he failed to arrive,,then  bis part would be assigned to f������me,  ope else."  "Well, the rynn -patched hfs worn  boots wllh .pHtent thread, pinned up  his few belr>n<;lngs lu a uewvpuper and'  aet out in .the early morning on foot  along the tov path. "Bt? bad only a U<v.  coppers; hence tlio train was an impossibility.  "But after tbe pour fallow bad covered come f������tx or e<>rr>n n������Hos'b1������ lwfs  gave ' out blisters rose* oa U's Icv't.  fatlrnie overctmo blm, nn.l In detipaL*-  b<j throw himself oh the grn*& bettnuth  a treo."  "Ae ho Jny Ihore in ������ bitter mood a  conalbout hove, in nbrbt it d:*ow near  riowly, and tin Idea seized tho nctar  "���������Cnptnln,' he' Hhouied, rlr-lne luit-  rlmlly, 'cnptaln, pull i.jj, fo: tlio love  of heaven!'  "������Wnnl, wot d'y** w-jit? a-.iii (he  captain its he etopped Iho boat  "'Captain.' aald the actor, 1 have  to g-at to QJu-:,' I'liilgb'* ro j.ir- r-e������mi  henvy In "Thr u'rll Tnnt .Mon Da" I  em foolnore rnd wear:* and enn wolli  no. fartlior, if you will aanluf t.,e t  will work my p.uisMgo.'  "Tbo capUiJu gRvo the actor a kindly  nod. ,  "���������All rlffH' he said, 'head tbe  bOB8.' "~Noxv York Tribune.  Milton's Quaint Portrait  John Mllton'M b-irmoiiieeij and .in  gimlose soul did lodge iu a beii-uul  ond woll proportioned body, He (vm *  aparo man. Ilo hod ftbroun (auburn)  bayre. Rla complexion oxcoodlng falro  -4������o wns ao faJre ihnt tbey railed blur  Iho lady of Christ's college." Oval!  feee. BI* ele a dnrke grtty, lie bad a  dellcoto tuneable voire and bad gone}  ���������till Bit father tnitraeted him. Uo  had aa organ lo hia howee*. be played  on that moat Of o very cheerful bu*  mour.-n# would bo chearful oven Iq,  We gowtefltta, and ning. Ho wan very  boaftby aod free frooi all dlaeaoeet oel-  ������ome took* any pbyohioo (only t-oino.  ���������moo bo took* inannoi; only toward lila  latter ������od ho waa visited with the  ajaarta, aprtng and foil, He had a erey  good memcrle, bnt I Meove that 'da  ���������aeellent method of thinking and dbv  yoalng dM much to belpe hli mimtorlo.  II* pmoenncod the letter Tt flitter*  nolno) wry hard-������ evrtaloo elne of������  aatyrlenl! wilt Tempwato man, rarely  dmnb between moalea. R������treme pica*,  ant la hi* ooareraatloii, and Ot dinner,,  tupper, eta, but ea>yHcaH.-Aoh>������yt������  "BrWLIve*,-  Tlme'e Changeo.  Ko doubt It 1a attli an uMatliifaHnrff'  world tbat man the roodaldo wifb  tawdry adr������rumniM>uu. oi mim*m m*ml  liMMi, but h'M than two r^nt-rlwi ifo,,  remember, tlxa placo of ���������hose boardo  woo taken by flbhet* tnd crow poekod,  totbMwtl corpne* aninstng In tlw wind,  Mtd tbo baoda of dead geotWinon rotted ta tbo rain oa Toaipto Bajv~afta4  King ol Scotch Whiskies,  The HUDS0N8' BAY OO,  8ole Aaent* for 8 C    *���������* **h*m et the Meom  ���������Wbot ������w!e ynago on ao ebtwt tb*  laat aigbtt   It la tb* oaoto   a  "I m*aam.   ftnt t wee with a  flfk"~���������hieoi������ fiewwdilonisV  "**>  i .. (THE NEWS, CtMBEKLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA.,  I  During-   the Quiet    Season  is the time to get your watch repaired. ������������������ More  watches ������\i'e ruined by unskilled workmen than years  of wear.  Stoddart, the Jeweler.  Practl������al Watchmaker.  waaaaMaanaasaBi  C. H TARBELL  B TITOS EIH/ SECOIF |  Where aro you going?   lam going to the Comox Co-operative Meat  Market, where I osn get a Nice, Tender, Juioy Roaat of Meat: No Bone,    9  AU Meat. *  Comox Co-operative Society,  i R. Webster, Manager.  ���������*���������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������+������������������������������������������������������������������ 9������������ ������000������04������������O������������0������������������������������������������������������  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN iUTBNSlLS'  Sportsmens Goods  ������nd  General Hardware  LOCAL  ITEMS.  The WIL60N   HOTEL  at  BAY is  tiolod for  its Fresh Oyster . ������cwoasi,  Cocktail*.   It takes  only     a minute , follows;  to make ouj. Hive a luxury! 'n       '  NOTICE te hereby given that 80  days after date I intend to apply to  th> Honorable Chief Commissioner  of Lauds and Works for a license to  prospect for Goal and petroleum uud  . er tbe foreshore aud uuder the water  Union o" tba lands iu and opposite Deep Bay  Newcastle District, an'l described as  Mr Fiuser aud son of Mlnto have  returuud from a pi asant trip to tbo  Terminal City.  Mrs. J. Thomson was on a visit  toN-u-imJ last week  Mr. T. D. MoLeaa  relumed Fri  day irom a business trip to Nanaimo   ; <*. _    .  "Mrs. 8. C. Iiavis of the Union Hotel, aeaomp .nie dby Mrs. Cullins ere  "^~a^trtp-to~V-a-a������ouvoE._^__________  Commencing at a post plauted on  tho sea boach at the north-west oorner of Lot 13, running due north 80  chains, thence due west 80 ohaius,  theuoe due south 12 ohains more or  less to scabjaoh at high water mark  theuoe south-oasttrly along tha siu-  uositics of beach to pUou of Qommeu-  coffient������  Dated this eighteenth day of February, 1908.  E. 8. C03K,  NOTICE is hereby given that &0  days after date I intend to apply to  ihe"~Houorable���������CbiefUComm!s������iojigr  Mrs. Reilley of Union Bay was iu  th   city  List wojk.   , .my. ,    ���������  Mrs. T. Hud:oa of Union Bay was  cat u vitit to h.r mother, Mrs. Piket  luat week,  . ���������mm   Mrs. Ray of Union Bay was on n  v'uit to Mr, R, Ray of this oity laat  weekL, 1 A'.^li  ���������    ���������-���������m '���������     .   ..  Mra. A. Mclaughlin bf Union Bay  was in Cumberland last week.  Miss Gunner of Union Bay Was on  a visit, to Mra,  Parks last week,  ��������� ��������� i*. ,,���������',,     i ,,  in  ot  "Woe Wlllte*'   of  Union  lb j oity a few ixya ago.  Bay  of Lauds and Works for a license to  prospoot for coal and petroleum under the foreshore end under the water  on thj lands iu and opposite Beep Bay  Newoastle District ,and described as  follows;  Commencing at a post planted ou  tbe sea beach at thi north-west corner of Lot 13 ruuuinj duo north 80  ohains, tbenoe duo cast ,80 cblius,  thimoe due aouth 30 ohaius more or  less to sea beach at high wat'*r mark  tbenioe south-westwardly along the  aaliii sea beach to plaoe ot      coalmen  cement.  Dieted this eighteenth day of February, 1008,  L. M. COOK,  B. 8. COOK, Agont.  ��������� .,-,  ... . ,���������-.���������....,.--*-���������-       ---'.r-ir \  The   Comox   Co-operative hove the  following fortalei;  1 4-hv p. Gasoline. Engine,   1   2-horso  sled, 1 t-"b arse spring waggon, 1 o,art,  2 Bet soalis, 1 stee'.y������rds| i power.meat  cutter, 1 band meat outter, 2 grindstones, 2 sausage fillers t2* farm boilers  2' counter fchafts, 1' set of blocks,  andrope.l %ox etore,! twine stand 2  tubs; 2 barrels, 1 fan. aud pulley, 1  lotbeltiag,   * -  Apply Byron   Crawford,���������   Courten  a?������   or   A.   Lsdiingham,   Grantham  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  ^i2������-' ..-. ���������     ���������  for the Farm, Garden, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable prices.  No  Borers, No Scale, No Fumigation to damage Stock.  No windy agents to annoy^you.  Buy direct and get trees and seeds that  ������������������������������������������������������     will GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spray.  Pump^Spf^iBg"Matterial^"Gut  Mr. A'lox Armstrong returned  on Wednesday last from atteutbug  th Annual Oouveutiou of this Bltok  Chapter which was lu-ld at Armst  From itorts    uutmu-Ud tlic,  is in    a flourishing j who wished, to acknowledge himself  beaten had to shout out ''Sufficient"  I'UUfcl  lilack Ch.'.p'.er  vvui luu throughout <tbo province  ,., Aiiwuiong was appointed to  tb.'O.tle oJ L'Ctur-i' tor the Grand  \,u.\D.ii'x o,.  Iheprovlnoo,   ������   .Mr. Gordon Stewart ot tha City  oi. Nuu^i'ino is bioit aftor a short  Illiii'H. 'J'b��������� vxnvilUiig public ar-' as  vKaftOiiu biv* him baok an he U to  u.' nblc  io Ai nl to his duties.  Mrs, Murdo^k is homo from a via  ii to Iwr daughter Mrs. T. Piket of  D unman I^liiiul.  m.     ,-:���������* "Of  l> ���������������  Hev. lit,   iiusMiiRa   returned   on  Friday Utir.n his triji.   ae* ���������-  Mr. It. Chalmora ie home tram a  busjjoss trip  to Vancouvor.  ���������^���������w%wii m wpM������-������n>ii  i i��������� a -  Mrs, Charles MoDon&fd oud fa������  mlly ure )iu.io from a planum trip  io Vnuouver.  Mr. ���������It.drt.U.jn formerly of thle  vlty w,o. <Aii a visit to trlands for  .��������� lev dny a lue! wj������k,  "  " ��������� " ���������        M.r. i f.t.. 11 Cin,nt, Jur. return  ed row VI lorii on Thursday,     ���������  Mm f, ���������c,\uiney iH with her sistur  Mm. T.   Iloruu for   a  visit,  *PMNMW|������MMMHMMS'>IM  Mr. W, J. flirri-jm was a pane-  '.'ii.ui' io Viktuii on Hitunlay last  i o   . ���������   Mr. J. Cuiiliifu Ivlt on Bururdfty  foi IVic oil-..  mmmmamm*%mtmmm*-mmmm>\ iiiimwei  Mrs, .1.  Kij.Vfht  of  I'olit  Ilolmoe  v,i. ii  iitisHvuger suuih ou fl.tm ,ay.         ���������   Mr, W. 1j.ijiv;;ii������ o' Suidvlok is  W.i Victoria   an   buikum,  C.-pinin iCutlor   ol  Uni ei   Bay  Is  A Scotch sailor and an Irishman  once .bad a quarrel. Thoy agreed  upon a hand-to-hand onoounter to  be fought to a finish, and tbe oue  After an hour's hard pugillstlo work  thel rlshmnu at last roared out tha  word "Sufficient''  "Ma conscience," aald tbo Bootob*  man. '"If I hat beeu thlnkin' o'  thaflword tor tha last halt hour, but  couldna ken It for the life o* mol"-  Flowers, etc.  M. J. HENRY  Greenbouses aud P. O. Ad-  dre������8-3010 Westaiiustcr Road.  FOR SALE-  Tlie Bpleiidid residence of Mifs.  J. Roe,   2   Lots,   8 "iiuomtn  House. Unfurnished o  ieb "I.     1'rice on application to  the   Ouinberland   Rea!  Agency.  CANADA'S   GREATEST  NURSERIES  A teaoher in a downtown aohool  bas tor bar pupils tbe ohildren of  Russian '.parents, The other day as  ������h*J was explaining a sum In subtrao  tlan whioh tbe littlo ones found difficult to uuderstamd. "Now," cam  she to exctmplllfy the proposition.  " suppose I had ten dollars and went  into ia Mtoro to spend It, Bay I  bought a bat tor live dollars, K'hen  I spent two dollars for gloves, and  fifty honts for some otber things,  liow muiOb did I hava left!" For  a inomMit thors was d>ad eilonoa.  Than a boy's bend wont up. "Well,  Isaao, bow muah would I havo left!"  "Vy didn't you oouut your ohaiigcf"  ���������aid Isaac, lu a dligustcd tono,-Ex,  Courtenay Chaff*  A Jar go biineh of Oourtnn y lonala  nr������' iinfortuttatolly I'ft owr but  will appoar  tvxt 'issun,  ..From our  apodal  oorrespondi-'nt)  lllohirl Mews relumed home from  , t.'.i lb N nalmo, Victor!t and Van  eouv^r Un   looks ratlnr down-heurt  i>d>  .\tcu.dir whytf  Mr, linno met with a Bcrioue ac-  -��������� ��������� ,   ,       i . '���������','' 'i"' eit llnir'.rtfiv nte iiui/ which li.u  V.M./r.M tie*  by ..sprees on !������.*;��������� |,tM him up for th0 prciM)II,,  ..../ I.**  ������������-a.tt 4  u-tt. ol ....    v.. ,    ,>,,,������ iScti���������   in-iu.^U' h ImoAhP  \ty of N u Ima for a co ipl������ of wm*ks  Mr, A. t rquhart U goiting twelve  * .  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOR  CUMBERLAND  to Boll Uitfh OUbb Nureory stock  in Fruits and OnmniontnU Largest list of uovr spociftltiei ever offered. Start now at best Belling  season. Licenced by B.O, Gov-  eminent to sell iu the ProvJuco of  British Oolumbift. Big induce-  inonts, Liboi'Hl Payr llaiid������otno  Froo Outilt, Territory, KoBervod,  write for tonus nnd Catuloguu, and  Bond 20c for our aluminum pocket  microscope [Magnifies 4| timet]  and 30c for our handy b&w, jui  tho thing for trimming trees [cuts [  iron a������ well as wood.].  Stonedc Wellington,  Fonthill JNurBorics,  tOver BOO aore������l  TORONTO    - -    ONTARIO  ;i U,!������i.i..int lit' ||it, i.dri ti, lillti* \:  At. iii^it illi' sh������w at Victoria,and  1." Um nnliuil t������ whit ii ci.iiu.d lot  l.iiu ,h C Jlilui nho.il 1 be u [,imd  l.rii wli.'ii lh. yi".g ������ b.iv .'0 ripl.'t-  td lh i wur*. Dun vu������. ,,jw J ,wi  tf.lm ue tint tlirf ie ������vr eluly  i.o.tniu '.juuui  Uni\n Bay  tha l<  till ilO.,'������     i:tl  al.  liveiytody elioeM a tend tb.' M'  dinej to b' givui in lis* Agri'il ur-  ,1 Halt it Coin my on Thur'd.>  ,:uch Uili, , >Iim-ho������i im !-��������� d>  r.niUe i $--lo K.ciybo y w.*l om,.  ���������- ���������---*  *      M .J, tlwol u ("ifunl. of H uu-  it.i b > mkon vr r t ������   W.il y ra lob  ,11 t ulQuX   V .1 f. ,   Bid   i.,-< Ill IV j I     ili.1  MU'ku  li t in*'   bout      If* I 'it titin  logo   ������"it nsi ���������***/ * -t������   *b������pr.llg  "At   '.'fa* t b      'h <    6pt.o t hi iv o  t   lt iu fi Mr   Mb������i������l*n������ ���������* b atxy  I   <������ITI     ll������    ������l������     li. ���������   '������������������������'    ���������*���������!* ���������   '���������-  ������'*     h  , i   vlu   Ca f.o. m.ie.i sup ri'������r ;o th..  i ni:, ��������� A ������>  W  h x t *ld.il so tti'iiy  i oj.i n   tb i *'���������- ttv- (nt r  ���������    ������������������    b >���������  *,.-. e.,  id u.f   t- an   bti  ih Hisainl brioka to house his new  boiler whioh will b" Uere vory short  ly.  TluTi'-miist bo mon.y in siiw-mill  Mlsi Aiigio Craig haa tuft for Nan  aliuo.   'II.    Dioli."  'Ibe Ctmoi Valby Mulunl Improv  ment Bi/el ly mat Fridiy night and  *p mt a very e.i^iyablu ovaiilu.'. Como  mil join l .  Don't lorgot tho deuce ou tbi 18 b.  Comox Drips.  Then* wn a omcert hid in lb"  Conun n II on Feb. S8lh with a goud  .urif **im,-iiiJiii(*   with a nor I I dano.'.  i'l���������; C. u.ux Baa Mil! ���������������! iH h-dd  th< ir.:ir.i< in .-l.iK uu hoiuiuu) ii in  lo iirrniiffrt  bMlii. safor  the   coming  feumnti-r.  Mit* .Will,   Holtnca and M as Ut  .1,* Vcln.u.ld ������re arouud again efier  i a trial itlnoes.  NOTIOE  REPLY TO FAIR-M,AV.  80ROB OCMBBEUKD HIWB.  Sin,���������In yoor iasa; ot the 4U������ nit., Fair  Play in his latter, make* two definite statements to which 1 took uoeptlon, firstly,  tbat the petition in question was olroulated  "immediately" after nomination day;  secondly, that the action of tbe Council ia  refusing to be raled by that petition wee  nsoonstitationaL Mr F. P. in his second  oommmoloation practically admits that the  first statement ia incorrect; as to the seoond,  he is mow aware that bis oontentien ia ab-"  surd. The refutation of these two statement) disposes of that letter completely.  Will F. P. kindly state concisely, if  there ia a mis statement in tbe foregoing,  wherein it lies, but i. P. will follow  hia usual taotioa, common with talkative  people, by evading direct questions, and  oontinae to write a mass of immaterial stuff  tntirely irravolent to tho points at issue.  Hia recent laborioaa vituperative lettar ia  plainly indicative that he for^uie regreU^  that be waa ao foolhardy aa to hav* brought  tbe matter aplj howevtt, F, P. must be  ���������xou������ed, ea bis mental capacities are somewhat limited in so far aa reasoning, por-  oeption, and the primary elements of fair-  play goes, <mt to satisfy his ouriosity with  reference to the few points he brings out in  hia long eplstl*, publiahed in instal meats  by-the-way, I shall consider them in detail.  It does not effsot the principle ia dispute  whether the number of petitioners was 20  or 20. .'-'.,  F. P. makes a silly remark ausnt my  stateinoBt that three member* was the vox-  jority.    Tbe Council as it then stood was  composed of five membtra.    Nezthesayi  that three members dared, to take precedence against 26 voters; wrong as usual.  The Council did not object to the winhea ef  the rateqayera so much as to the motives,,  designs and methods  omployed by tbose  who engineered the petition, of whioh proceedings tbe voter* were for tho most part  entirely ignorant.      Is F. P. so deficient  in couimonaenae and fair-mindedness aa to  .supposo^that_a_petUiOA,cirouJatedJ������itLw  hour or so before the Connoil oonveoed is  as indicative of the wishaa of the people a>  an election advertised weeks in advance.  The ratepayers failing to take advantage of  their prerogative, not even troabliug themselves to nominate a full Board, why nhould  F. P. and bit oooomplioes, instead of  retiring without a word of  protast,   aome  forward mm, with their dirty oon temp tibia  insinuatioaa and insult the three ma mbajrt of  h*J Council beoauBa they had sufficient per-  ptioit and backbone to treat the petition  as itdeiseived.  As to my remarks regarding promises aad  ibligatione I will admit that it wm unreasonable, of  ms   to expect   that either  F. P. or hi* boon companion " Petitioner "  would understand th* fall slgnlfioano* ol  thuse qualities.  The malicious ioslnaation he makes aaent  grafting is as contemptible aa the man it  ootoea tram.  His rsmarks regarding th* window blinds  supplied through us to tbe sobools are Inane  and foolish; as the Trustees Btude no pro-  teat to ns regarding same, ha* F, P, the  impudtnoe to infer that ihese geutltmeo  were not sufliolontly oarelul io scrutinizing  Iht account, I might satisfy hit onroslty  as to when we went into the blind buifaets  by saying that we will supply anyone  whose ortdit 1* good wllh anything they  want, ev*n aeoeU, F. P. wish tueb  artioles as dolls, nallk-bottlos, bibs or  pinafores, for his own personal nee, we  ���������ball be pleased to supply hin wltb tbem,  It would appear that!. P,> literary  atelnmeaU have net yet passed the juvenile  stage, judging by tbe huge delight beseems  to take in tbt novel -"Robinson Orusot,"  wtbh book I k������d aeppossd was inonopo*  licvd by small boys, lt limply emphasises  tbe wtll-kuowa (tot that the minds ol tomt  people never tuaturo,  Ai F. P, allll persist* In using the  ooward's privilege of biding himself behind  on assumed name, Ills to be lalered tbat be  U either ashamed ol hit iintlmente or possibly he Is afraid el the Impression hie  nam* might glvei with hlm " dluoretlon li  tbe better part of valor."  If F. P. ii io reoklesi ai te reply I  would aiv|s* him to tonflne blanell to tbe  points b dispute, In doing ie be might hare  the advice of hli bosom friend eud eonll*  dante " Petitioner," thit is if tbe letter  I will bave lh* time te spar* between drinks,  ���������lata, *e.,       ,  Auu, OAiirsiLi,  Watch this space for the  two new ads. next week.  mmKBmMaammmmmmtBmaBaaamammammmemasmmmrBmseamm^maeammsaemimmimmamammmm  CXpitat.. $3,900,(KX)  Resbrvo, $4,300,000  Absbtb,   946,400,000  Dbpubitb, 933,700,000  ������������������������������������.. ;!Mon>yvprdor������ =  RATks.  $6 and under         .... 8 Cents  Over   16 and not exoeeding $10 6 Cents  Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 Cents  "   Over ?30 and uot exceediuK $60 15 Cents  These Money Orders are payable without cost in any   Chartered  < ��������� Bank iu Canada.  J J IntereBt_Add^d_^i^ri^^^e^^J^Sav^ng8 Bank.  il j A. B. NETHERBY,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Managkb.  I  K.A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOH-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS tttABH TO   O^OHR HflD  IN HfiV STYLH YOU UlISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  (  The eplnndid Fereberon stallion  "JUST  41734"  (Color, Bay.   Weight, 1875.)  Recently purchased by the Comox Hor*e Breeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros., Coluiu-  bus, O., will stand for service at  the stable of  B. Crawpokd, Courtenay*.  Te)t*mmt   9**8 Inatiranoi  Uarei lent from a diitenoo will be fed  ���������nd'oared tor nt reaaouable rates till Bate  in Cumberland  ���������TAT AT THI   VEN DOME*  tar   in Comvmiiimoib -vim Oram,  ���������MnMWMMsaa^MBHli t  r������i Bar ii RrrniBD with  Best Liquors and Clears  J. R. BANNBRMAN.  Make It Up.  TAKR NOTIOB that I  ebsaod the Htar.i, Htoek  Wxro   por- J  ana *������u������.u-.  Tb������ 'fii.iM.ra1 of the tat������i James Oil-  a., ot W*������������������;^ *t?w*X\l^l more.ook ,,Uee from tho niU tmet  alt debt* a������ainet tho bbU Wab Sblng M|. w 3 fa Qu���������,a|| t0 tho B||wt,uh  A Co, mult be preei-nt'd for payment chureh ermi-lery follow, d by 8 Irgti  mt tlw storo atoroiald on or b������fore | nUinb >r of bis Irlende aud aenuainia  at tlw etoro aior^ ^^ ^ debtelne^V Thn Hev,  If, X.  Will mar ol  March fltli.lOCB;  due theiaid linu  VVaU QUinmt ta'"f  .Jw    I... I .****.. I       t  bo paid tooltliir ot ue on or bifor*  ibe sell dite.  WONO  CHACK   MOON,  WONO  FONO  TUNO.  tl  fltM buys 1000 t*r*a ot a tlmbeo  raaeb 0 fnii<e from Ooarttney.  i#o |.t#nt oeeurred li.tn ������������ Ln,Jtl*:,  WlleVi lA\e* Mary llirai, dibber of  i?b tote Aohn 1!������m<,wliil* ������oli.ii ont  vl-lln-T *rrl*������������t������l������ alipped off tb* nr-  anrtfloiul trM ov^r tlw ���������mbattbumul  friseliiiina ti������r aUullj ond the woret  f.iatur nf !������>��������� a s.'ld nt I* tlu������ body of  tlm un.'orOH.atu eirl woe not found  un II ibis moniitr, tlie ������l,i hi vug  died fium Uio in|url s and expoior.?.  Bendwiek jn radio dihe fuiural    si>i'-  TBflt'B.   Tnu oiailo. Ulija   Vim   ii. i,-l//  It. J, -Kgrpiiior, J, Uawkius,    VV, O,  M4Kenn.il, MoKee, J. U. MUlltfin,  en 1 J. Thompson, '  -Sbe'iSi Uio muahrbeumtllstn sen  In our *aertBkblrbeod now that tbefoU,  lowtocr advlodbjr an eminent aut  borlt j wbo wrftei (or nefters of ���������  laree etitern dally paper, wUI be  biRiiiy eppreoi^tod by tboie wbo lufftr  Oot tnon anrJiooa pbaroeoi one^i  balf oabne Fluid Bxiraot Dnoobllon,  opefiuneoCompound Rtrgen, three  uuuuu of Oomywwit Riprin* Haraariar������  ITta. Bbeke tbeee well in a oeaie  andteke in teapsitonul dot** after  eaeb meal andat bedtime also dilnk  plenty of good water.  It tielalmtd that bare tretewTl*.  tl*aso t thle dreed and tortuouidU*  eMe wbo will fall to {���������lad xattfiy relief  inibiaaiuit������U tetw undo mlxinr*;  t*dln|soii eaieoep-armatnnt euro  !��������� tbe remit.  Tbln Imp'* wil ���������.to ��������� tl to  wfrroagtb������������endei������������nietlit dlmlne-  tlvet leiuei ot tbe kldnayi eo tbat  tbeyaan fitter and era In from the  blood end if ef tan tbo polaont������aelda  Thr funeral ot tb.. let" John Kord, and waste matter* w>>i fccnjie net  <t.ook plaee from his raeidinea on tbe,only JtbeomatUeqebntnumtroaiotholr  i3.li ultimo, and xvnn eneorted to the, dleneeeil. Bvery men or women  eomeiciijty tb* m.-mbfrs ol the betre wbo feela tbat tbelr kidneyo are  L.O. L. aaf I, O. O. f. ot whioh ������bo ; not healthy and aOtive.er wboauffor  dee<*eeed wee a m-mbiT. 'fromany nrtaary ttenMo  wbateT.  Tlie iiallbenrera w.r. three from', or ebetald not  bealtat*   to mako   op  rach Hothiyt ��������� . ������tbla mixture ai   "  '-  ���������'-*-   '   *  SODA  IATU*  II THI ���������CtT.  c.w.oillktt wm  TORONTO.OKT.  F, PHILLIPS HiBRISOB  Bmnrlat*!* and Solleltor  and  Notary Publlo  Gonvoyanutng  Oumberland    B. 0.  WANTKD at   thle  offiee  a Good  Job FrlM.r,     Wilt pay food wife*  to thu proper party,  FOR BAMfr-floveB'tttomod heoao  B eeroaof Iind and tbo ooal rigbto  "     " -   -     -       ift|t-   -   ,4,    .-   -__j.i_    imAi.'"  ������������������������"���������'   i.bu  mtmrn   ������v*  ������������l  Win*  ^VmjFLmm ������������ ;������H#lr���������i'������������ ������ ������������������������������������ ������r l������wl.   t������r parti  I CourteMJ, B. O.  ���������Oddfellow*.  Bros. W.  Hudson,!, muob good,  iIHktt   J. Barleb. From   Orani** mueb m leei'yasd  im^ii   Broe. t. TLoiuaon, W, Wl'hrd wWli.                                                  .  O. Uoblnaon. Oarbi medraggl-tsiay  tby *������������������! 1171 kiM a tood lot tn tha eltr.  V.a-h parformod tb4r r*epeOilre *1 there apply Ito l������grodie������i ormlgl*"* mfmB ������������������" m m IM w*  bntMiafrrlaa in turn by tbelr roe- thepreierfptleo ready to takeU    oar  p^ilnoItiNm                              .rtodnataktbenru  ���������


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