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 H&  /3l  \  fieui l^ain Goats, ete.  See Out* Windoui pot* styles and pfriees.  SIMON. LEISER& CO.,  ���������LI MITE D���������  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  @������(sX5)@������������(^x������;^������(^A@@@(i>s@3������ D������������@0������  .^������������������������������ffiC'-'Xo:  i<  t tmm*m*m%*,*m    **>/***���������*  Cash  w **i     '- Hi    ,t3  1  nmi^ftpite ^tnr.n.ttyi jr*B  ���������** *    '^'ft^^  -   lijtW������*EaSSBR  **ii  4t  Stot*e.  IfOEDSflllL  MP  and  sat. s^S^fS  UIOOD   and  COAJb   R1H TIGHT *. HEATERS.  ^N,b^,<;.vnvwmNiMw:������uwiMnH.  <t  X    a       JU* *        &J1 iLA    Ji   i.������A J  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, 13. 0.  The City Council met on Monday evening with Aid Bate as  acting Mayor aud all members of  Board present  Minutes of previous .meeting  adopted as read.  A communication was read re  light on corner of 3rd street opposite Court House: after some  discussion it.was decided that the  city assist in erecting a now light  pole: a communication was also  read from chief or fire department that new hose had been examined and found''0. K.  Accounts.  Hornal, 3.95: Emde, I.25: jHose  rreight, 3.70: 600 feet of hose  690.00 [amount to be paid by the  Wellington Colliery Co]: 200 feet  248.00: Special Hose 21.00; Referred to Finance Committee  Receipts���������Scavenger, -101 - 25:  Police* Court, 17.00: Hall Rent,  2.50: Scales, .50, Total 121.25:  Aid MacLeod was anxious to  know about the Saturday night  ti airi from wharf. The mayor's  opportunity.had come and in ten  minute speech he dilated upon  the advantages that the weekly  train had been to the business  men. After some discussion the  =Mayor-ari (LAI d -McLeod-JefkJo,  interview Mr. Clinton. On their  return they stated the train service would be renewed on Pay  Days during the wWier months.  ��������� Council then -adjourned,  The annual meeting of the  Medical and Accident Fund of  the Wellington Colliery Co. was  held in the City Hall ou Saturday evenine with MrT. Hageart  in the chair,  Tlie secretary read the yearly  report which was passed; minutes for the year were also reac  and passed.  The following officers were elected :-  Chairman, Mr. T. Haggart.  Secretary, Mr. G. W. Clinton,  re-elected.  Medical Board, No. 4 Mine,  Messrs Charles Parnham, Joseph  Horbury, and John P. Watson,  No. 5 Mint/-Mr. Gillespie.  ,   No. 6'Mine, Mr, John Gillespie  No. 7 Mine, Mr. Duncan  Thompson.  A vote of thanks was passed  to the retiring Board.  The Secretary stated that no  complaints oi" any kind had been8  made during the year against Dr  Gillespie and his assistant Dr.  MacNaughlon and that everyone  was satisfied with the most excellent services rendered.  The meeting then adjourned.  -o~  Fricke the photographer has  decided to remain one week lone  er, and will be here until the 16  October.  99^$?$$$$$$$ <  ������Ay V WW ^9*^9^?^$ WW  ��������� *$  11'  Oi'  on  a  lan becomes  ;i convert to the ad-reading habit, her ward-robe  her home, her finances,  will all show it���������and all of them show  improvement.  Wise women will sc  AJ     Xvmm  A r  ���������,.4.  V"M-C'-1%'    Hi''  ��������� )  our full line of  hand.  On Monday evening last a fare  well dance was given iu the City  Hall to the Misses Matthews by  the young ladies of Holy Trinity  church. The larger number of  the invited guests took the opportunity of saying farewell to  the two popular youug ladies.  Tin4. Misses Matthews have  attended the Hij^h School during  the past two years have left to  complete their education at St.  Margerat's College, Toronto.  They left the stune evening by  way of Vancouver ;u'<id.sl. the  good wishes of a bust of friends.  7~Ou Wnnesday^andT^Euriaay"  of this week Farmers' Institutes  wiir'bediel^fethe Agricultural  Hall at Coulteuay each afternoon  and evening. -..-'-.''Messrs T. A. Bry  don and W. F. Kidd, also Miss  Rose will speak. A variety of  subjects, all interesting," will be,  discussed.  ��������� ** m.mm,���������**���������*,,a*y*m>  ,'������  r������"* *f  t  ���������i-  Kkf *4A **2  lyj A IJ H ftp  Sonsi  ;  ���������f  Messrs Arbiitlinot and   Mod"-  Ci  son who have purchased the ['"id-  dick property near South Wellington have enga.Mil K. Priest  who will have charge of the work  which begins at once. They expect to have coal on tlie inaikct  iu the course of a couple or three  months,  Mr. Hodgou's.company are alter coal in the Comox valley and  boring with very bright prospects  vvcuic iiuiiuaku ,..,.. ������....,. ...i,y  be struck al any time now.  Dame Rumor has it lh.it :>evcr  al young m������u���������mV<<* young im*n  ���������are to become benedicts this  mouth.  Mrs, James Watson and Mrs.  George McLean have returned  Irom a trip to their old home in  Nova Scotia after an absence of  several months,  Sometime ago a gentleman v\$  ited Comox valley and created  quite a sensation by stating he  had unlimited capital and inquiring the price of several large ranches near Courtenay.  We have it  from  a   privte  source now that this gentleman  was representative of the Dominion Government aud was sent  select a site for a new ex-penmen  tal farn to be located in the  dis  trict.    It is lo be hoped the purchase will  materialize.     At the  time there,appeared to be a little  difficulty  as one of the owners  would not set a price on his farm  and without his the scheme might  be delayed, however we under:  stand the matter can be satisfactorily arrmged.  Comox valley will make an id-  eal place for an experimental farm  as it is without question one of  the most fertile of the many rich  valleys of the province, as well as  one of the most beautiful, and  healthiest.  What it will mean to Cumberland and more particularly to the  Comox valley it is not for us to  dwelLupon at this time, but the  benefits would no doubt be far-  Mr Arthur F, Owen states he  will be in Cumberland shortly.  Owing to the number ol patients desiring treatment Dr Ken-  will remain in Cumberland until  Friday next. Don't delay having your teeth put iu good coii'  ditidu before the cold weather  sets iu.  Mr. J. Horbury. who...has,'been  north for some time returned to  the city on Saturday.  ���������_:���������-���������   For Sale.  The Comox Co-operative Association are offering shares at  $10.00 each. Purchasers can  secure any numbor oi Shares by  'applying to Byron Crawford, Sep  retary at Courtenay, or to R. W.  Ward. Cumberland, R. C.'"  wi imtmtMAtmv^vtmwmWLmttmmw umm  WANTED.  At Campbell's Bakery,  Dunsmuir Avenue.  100 dozen Eggs  (strictly fresh) Every Week.  Canlt on Delivery.  9  A Word to the Wise is Sufficient.  wwwKMiiiumMwinim,,^,,,  We have undoubtedly the Best Buy  in the City of Vancouver or the Province, liny early and avoid the Fall  Rush. If not in tlie City write us and  we will cheerfully answer all questions.  Our Special offer this week;���������  137 Cleared Lots iu Hastings Townsito only  4 Blocks  jiui.ii thc Ciij buwiiJui), .jtlli.;^ at wiily  ftiLmm $150 each ������**  Term;: lor payment 1-5 uisu, oanttiee <1mo quartetiy.  Don't l(!t this opportunity pass.  Hartnw Ml Estate Co  (6  M^v's    Cll.i.l'Ul':-,  '���������i^ !l i. 'ni"-' S>  A',    \  ���������ii*.��������������� *  ���������������������������������������������4*4^4**������#������ $ 5 0  i  ^*ti/t^'t<i^^90994}99999999994^4*t9/ V'-v* ���������. "\::������* i    *->,. '���������::;'��������� .A  r  ll  .  ���������   ���������  "  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  '-���������-"~i"~r-  Fine muslins; dainty lingerie, iron easier, look  better, last longer if the  laundress uses the only  cold-water (no boiling)  starch that really  saves work and really  won't stick. Try it. Get  205 _  ipxfidjc.  GOT HIS REVENGE.  A Jewish Party  At the recent election in Austria  '.iour Zionists were returned to parliament. They organized a "Jewish'  party" and announced that they felt  justified in doing so, "because there  existed a Catholic party and a Protestant party." The four Zionists secured recognition in the organization, of the chain ber, and when tliey  "were ridiculed because of the size  -of their party, referred to the fact  that the fourth party which Lord  Randolph Churchill organized in the  House of Commons twenty-five years  ago was just the size of the new  party in the Austrian parliament.  Minard's L'niment Co.,  Limited.  Gentlemen,���������In June, '98, I had  my hand and wrist bitten and badly  mangled by a vicious horse. I suffered greatly for several days and  the tooth cuts refused to heal until  5'our agent gave me a bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, which I began  using. The effect was magical; in  five hours the pain had ceased and  in two weeks the wounda had completely healed and my hand and arm  were as well as ever.  Yours truly,  A. E. ROY,  Carriage Maker.  St1. Antoine, P. Q.  The Way Lord Brougham Paid His  Debt to George IV,  With all of his knowledge and talent  Lord Brougham was eccentric and  slovenly in his personal habits. While  he was a young and comparatively  unknown barrister he was asked to a  dinner at which the prince recent  presided. Mr. Brougham's hands  needed washing. The regent's keen  ey<-s rested ou them. He beckoned to  a waiter and save an order which the  man heard witb a scared face, and  then going out he speedily returned  with a ewer full of water, soap and a  towel.  He carried them to Brougham, presenting them with the prince regent's  complements. The barrister Instantly  withdrew and never afterward referred to tbe insult.  Years later, when the prince, now  king, trted to divorce his wife, Rrougb-  ham, as her defender, so vehemently sustained her cause that she  triumphed. The king's name was not  mentioned during the trial, though the  nation knew that he was secretly tbe  prosecutor. Brougham in his speech  declared that he saw in the distance  the nameless persecutor of his innocent client, quoting with terrific effect  Milton's words:  The other shape,  If shupe It might be called, * * ��������� black If  stood as night,  Fierce as ten furies, terrible as hell,  And shook a dreadful dart; what seem'd  his  head  The likeness of a kingly crown had on  George IV. felt seriously this savage  attack. The nation sided with the  queen, aud her defender had paid his  debt with interest.  Nearly half of all the foreigners in  ���������Great    Britain    reside    in    London.  ''.There  are 22,000 in  Scotland,  11,000  3n Manchester,  0,000    in    Liverpool,  jand_JLQQ0 in Leeds.  Nothing looks more ugly than to  see a person whose hands are covered  over with warts. Why have these  disfigurements on your person when  ,-a sure remover of all warts, corns,  etc., can be found in Holloway's  'Corn Cure?  '"My life is made perfectly miserable by my wife's temper,"  "O, my wife is always the same."  "T  congratulate you."  "You needn't. li is true she is always the same, but she is much worse  ..than yours."���������Bon Vivant.  "Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  ''every form of contagious Itch on hu  man or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  A remarkable clock is that mnde  'by Yillingen, the cloekmaker of the  Black Forest, Germany. It shows  the seasons, years and leap-years to  the last second of tlio year 99!)!)!), besides a host of other astronomical,  ���������geographical  and  historical  facts.  MlnarcTs   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  THE  DRUG  STORE.  Its Evolution From the Apothecaries of  the Colonies.  During the seventeenth century the  druggist came to America and closely  followed English precedents, modifying them, however, by the practice of  the Indians, with whom he came in  contact Quack apothecaries began to  spring np in the new land, and iu 1G36  the colony of Virginia passed a law*  which among other things regulated  the prices and fees of the druggist  At this time it was fashionable for  _the_dmiggi&t������_tQ_prae,U.e^^^  dltion to pharmacy, and the Virginia  colony contained a large number of  people who-were proficient in both professions. In Massachusetts the business was largely in the hands of  Indians, schoolmasters, old women and  teachers. The Salem witchcraft delusion retarded the spread of the druggist for soiue time in the Bay State,  for the popular impression fastened on  the apothecaries a suspicion that they  sold the potions that were supposed to  produce the spells. Among those who  suffered persecution at this time  mixers of medicine appear to have  been prominent  The drug shop had not yet become n  distinct institution. It was usually n  branch of the grocery or spleo business, In 1047 one Giles Forniun of  Boston, had, however, firmly established himself as devoting special attention to pharmacy. In 1048 the flrst  distinctive drug store ln America was  opened In Boston by 'William Davlos,  ���������Lippincott's.  College Girl  Has a New Idea  "Those ��������� college girls," snid tlio  clergyman, as lie; gazed at the white  .���������and superb ranks of the beautiful  jitruifl mites, "are a boon to the race,  '.They -introduce now ideas.  l"8\to other day I christened the  first bnby of a married college girl.  Now, linbi*-** uHiuilly cry while (hoy  nro being cliriHtonod, but this ono  was ns quiet in. a lamb. Throughout  the ceremony ho smiled up beautifully into my face,  '"Well, nuiilitiii,* said r to tlio  ���������.young wifo at tho christening's ond,  *I initKt cniigniliilato you on vuu  little one's behavior. 1 hnvo Hirst-  own! moro than 2,000 bnbim, but  never before christened ono that behaved so well iih yours.  "The young mother smiled demure-  h-  "'No wonder ho behaved ho well,'  sho snld, 'His father and T, with a  pis'd of wnier, havo been practising  ���������j'bristenitiu mi him for the lnxt ton  Onyx.'"���������Philadelphia  Keeurd,  tmff^ST!!!!9ms**tmim^9mem.mm.mmmmn,^mmmmm^^  A Horee's Memory.  My father hnd a fine driving horae  that was Intelligent aud had learned  n number of tricks. Ono night ho was  stolen, and no trace was found of blm  for nearly two years whon, ono day.  father mot a stranger driving tho horse  nnd of course claimed blm. In tho dispute which followed fathor remarked  that If It was tho horso stolon from  hlm ho would on being unharnessed  go to tho gate, lift tho latch, open tb*  gate, go around tho bam, slldo tbo  bolt, open tho door and ro Into the  third stall. Tho man acrreed to ftfve  tho boroo up on thoso terms. Thoy  drovo homo and up the lane to the  barn and unharnessed tho horso, when,  without a moment's hesitation, ho performed tho fonts father said bo would.  -Chicago Tribune.  *P@t>-Angle  The  underwear that fits perfectly,  wears   out    slowest,   and    neither  shrinks   nor    stretches,   is  PEN-ANGLE, and  bears litis trade mark  in red,   Who sells it,  guarantees it, in the Att/jt  maker's aame. Made  in many fabrics and  styles, at various prices, _.._  in form-fitting sizes for women, men  and children. PEN-ANGLE Guaranteed Underwear wears best and  no  fits better  A Living Barometer  A curious barometer used in Germany and Switzerland consists of a  jar of water with a frog and a little  stepladder in it. When the frog  comes out of the water and sits on  the steps it is said infallibly to foretell rain.  "Mother, may Rene come and play  with me today?"  "No, you make too much noise,  But you may go and plav wth him  if you like."���������American  Illustre.  Fifteen    thousand    eight    hundred  and forty-seven police constables are  required to protect London,  and for  this protection the citizens  pay ������1,-  300,000 a year,  Minard's    Liniment   Cures   Garget  in Cows.  Ostrich  Farming in South Africa  Nineteen permits to capture ostriches for domestication and farming purposes were issued dining the  year. These permitted the capture  of 943 ostriches.  "Ostrich fanning," says the report,  "is becoming quite an industry in  the Knkeldoor'n district, and I have  recently been approached for government aid in providing farmers with  fencing wire, and a proposition is  being laid before the administration  with a view to this,"���������Rhodesia  Herald.  Visitor���������And is your milk good  here?  Villager���������Yes, sir, very; we send  all that isn't to Paris.  ILES  "I thought I must go on suffering-  from piles un U I died; but Zam-Buk  cured me," eays Mrs. E. Reed, of Steen-  tmrg (Out.), and Adds:���������"I waa so wnUr-eoed  tbu I could hardly move about, and a little  work caused uie (treat agony. The* I heard  ot this grand balm, nnd I am thankful to  amy that it ha* cured me."  Zius-fivk *U* *mm* cutt, feunu, btulM*. lUffiMn.  e������t������u*,ttlc������n. chi.*d time**, nn feat, tougk nxt ������lrtn  p*k*Mfc Mid all ������kl������ lojm j t������A ditto***. DrvesUta  aad ttonw atMe. a bu, *t &ua-Buk Ofe.ToreeM.  I  A Good Medicine requires little ad-  vei rising. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  gained the good name it now enjoys,  not through elaborate advertising,  but on its great merits as a remedy  for bodily pains and ailments of the  respiratory organs. It has carried  its fame with it wherever it has gone,  and it is prized at the antipodes as  well as at home. Dose small, effect  sure.  Mild in Their Action.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are very mild in  their action. They do not cause griping in the stomach or cause disturbances there ns so many pills do.  Therefore, the most delicate can take  them without'fear-of unpleasant results. They can, too, be administered to children without imposing  the penalties which follow the use  of pills not so carefully prepared.  Overheard in Cambridge Hospital,  Aldershot, when the sick were being  examined.  Mlitary Doctor (to Private Jones,  of the Buffs)���������Well, my man, what's  the matter with you?  Private Jones���������Pains in the back,  sir.  Doctor (handing him a few pills)���������-  Take one of these a quarter of an  hour before you feel the pain coming  on.���������Tit-Bits.  Nothing   Owing  "I hate work," said Languid Lewis.  "J don't see why," rejoined Humble Harry. "It's a safe bet dat work  never done youse no harm."���������Chicago News.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT removea  ull I'.uril, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes, from horses, blood spavin, curbs,  splints, ringbone, Sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore  and swollen throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 by  use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful  Blemish  Cure  ever known.  "Are you hurt, John?"  "Yes, dear, I am afraid three or  four of my ribs are broken."  "Weir, don't���������feel bad; it doesn't  show."���������Houston Post.  Father���������Have you ever seen under  the microscope all the animals that  there are in a drop of water?  Son���������Yes, father. Are they also in  the water we drink?  Father���������Yes, of course.  Son���������Ah, then, now I know what  makes the water in the kettle sing  when it is boiling.���������American illustre. ,  Uncle Pierre���������Yes, Tommy, it is  quite possible that there are people  in the moon.  Toto���������Well, what becomes of them  when there isn't any moon?���������Pele  Mele.  THE RECORD  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Origin  of the Sedan Chair  Perhaps some expert in the Siamese  language will tell,, us what is its  -TTOrd~for-ttsed*an-chai-r^i-���������When-���������the-  King o������ Siam's ministers, protesting  against his majesty's favor toward  motoring, suggested recently that  "the royal sedan chait" was always  at his disposal, it is improbable that  they used a word reminiscent of the  French town.  For it is from the scene of Napoleon Ill's collapse that the sedan  chair takes its name, and perhaps  remote posterity will suppose that it  had some connection with that  event. But Sedan flrst produced  these conveyances centuries ago,, and  they were seen in England in 1581.  One used by James I at Buckingham  provoked great popular outcry against  the employment of men as beasts of  burden, Sir S, Duncombe is credited  with having introduced them to London in 1634.���������London Chronicle.  One  Gleam of Sunshine  His play is a rank failure.  It is a frost and a fizzle���������and he  knows it,  The dramatist bows his head upon  his hands and refuses to be comforted, for it is his first lUiult,  One by ono, his friends try to sny  something that will console him, but  of no avail.  Finally his trusting wifo finds ono  sunny glenm in the clouds.  "Auywoy," she snys, "you didn't  have to go through the ordeal of making a speech before tho curtain, and  you know you always said you would  be thankful beyond words if you  could escape that."���������From Succosh  Magazine,  Our warm air heat producer for churches and large  public buildings, possesses a very important feature  |���������in_tHeJactJhatJLhas_ta^^^  through both the inner and outer castings.    All products  of combustion  and completely  W'-$  come in direct contact with  surround the hot air columns,  thus making the largest amount  of heating surface to every  square foot of grate surface  ever achieved in a warm air  heater. The flue construction admits of heat being  forced direct to the most  distant and moit exposed  part of the building to be  warmed. i<>7  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE  THE RECORD FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.  I founds at MONCTON, N.B. & MONTRCAUROj  Sales Branches at MONCTON, N ,B.\ MONTREAL, P.O.; TORONTO, ONT.; WINNIPEG, M AN.J CALGARY, ALTA. and  VANCOUVER.  B.O.  Eggs.  Tlio nvornue weight of n down cgffa  is about twenty-one and a half ounce*,  One-eighth of tbls entlro weight may bo  regarded as nitrogenous and nutritions  muller, a greater proportion than that  of meat or of Iho oyster.  Bimhels of Emeralds.  After tho eniiiiuoHts of Mexico nnd  Pom emeralds were bo nbundnnt that  uni) (Spamf.il iuiiijciii.ui ixwu l.uiiic Uiivt  iOJtitlltiht Oi   tin ni.  Superfluous  A laborer in Eastern Indiana died  recently and tho members ol tho fraternal order in which he hold membership called upon his widow to  iind how they might be of most assistance in hor distress, Thoy mndo  all arrangements for tho order attending tho funeral, but before settling  upon tho llnnl details for thu obsequies thoy desired to know if tho do-  cenHed had imy special church afllliii-  tion.  "Did your husband belong to any  church?" was linked.  "W'y, no," snid the woman, in as-  tonishmont; "he never done nothin'  ti belong to church fur."���������Chicago  Daily News.  Where all else fails  usee  Kendall's Spavin Cure  taw mlmaei*., Riflgboaa. Splint. Blood aod Bog SpfHn, Thoroogbpta,  0������fc. Crad Hock, OMoblij if of k������f mmimg maA obsttaat������-wUi  mak yield to ordinary llnioKOts or blister*  KBNDAU7S SPAVWCUkB is to ������*������Bwf/*wy nrm^tlut riree  estsMftUturr (units. It cwee old, stubborn cues that nunr ttaes  wftoriaartee navo fttetm tro���������tates array every tife of lameness does not  ���������oar or kill tbe hair���������aod tore tho bone soon-f and smooth.  BamTo, Men, tbtei, *rt  "I fnt* torn) Kea-JalPs Ipetta Con tor m jretra-  and It imr/fiW mt mm"     joh������ KcOWWA.  Or Tht Wann" ettomiitmg worth knowtof en  !*��������� aprm Cart Is aoM by teikrt rarywhera st  S3  OH. 9. 4. KCNDALL CO.,     ���������     ���������     WOttWW WlU, VCTMONT, U.t A.  WHto tor MM bcok "Tth!  ���������mry tact. Sent fret.  ILabfetiHKerlf,  Hard to Pronounce.  PrimtnliJhvU'klillliolintinn In Mio  11111110 of a Kiiinll lunula it) the Isle of  ���������Milll I'oiiliiiiiin;: uol in.nu tnuu a i>u/.t*u  inhabitant)*. How they pronounce It Is  -i mystery only to be nolved by somo  -me acquainted with fjaellc.  Dr, J. D. Ki'llopR'ii Dysentery Cor-  dial in n Fppedy cure for dysentery,  j lUnrriumn,    viioioru,    HUtiiutot    c������������m-  ill.llllW,     ,"'..<     .-.,..,,���������   -*-.       I.t.'l      <.   '.'.'.'j.'i.J.'.'.'  jnddi.-iit*il to children teething. It  c'n'ot immediate relief to tlmno suf-  Oritur from tho effects of indiscretion  in entinp tinripo    fruit,   cucumber*,  <"      tl   ���������!,���������.������������������   >i-Hti   H'nni'iirfnl   viTiiilitv  nnd novor fails to conquer the di*-  ease. Xo one need fear cholera if  thoy hnvo n bottle ot this medicine  convenient.  SBS  W,   N.   U.   No.   949  8trict Sunday Laws.  Fwtiw.ui'u'a', ou the f.'tltl'', hi* strict  Sunday Iihvh. 8hipma������te������i who enter  th'* puit in*' fii������4fd heavily by the luvvu  nuthorttii'it if they hnve their ship*  washed or painted on Snndny or church  holidays. As foreigners (ire not ae-  j attainted with the Oornmn ehnmi atl-  i vndar. they ant freuueuUj caught  Mr,     Pr.tt.*lnm     (to     InwyerV���������I  A>t,nld 1*'',-,-> vior tohdco.     \  Mi.'in bfH  threntoiied  to pull  my  no-i'.    Wlnit  v mild   i-i,-i   'il'-i.-f,   mi.  In  (hi5  T.uuvcr . ,-IkmiI'I piiipriM* thnt ymi  .������o*ij> it well: tln'*n. when he nttempt*  to pull it, it will slip through his fin-  p.'rr>. .Six and eiyhtpenet*, plens������.���������  Ally Sluper.  ON LAND OR  ON  SEA THE FOOD  FOR THE SUMMER OUTiNS 16  TRISCUIT  The Shrsddsd Wheat Waftr which Imparts nourishment and strength  without bravlne*.* nrtrl maha* tha burden of hot weather easy to  bsar.   Ready-cooksd and ready-to-serve.  Try H with butter, chseis or marmalades.  All Grocers.   <Sc   a Carton; 2 for|2Sc. I  t  ������  ii  i  i  i  fi  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ~l  How Dolly Became an Idol  E  iDITH had long wished for a doll  that could speak. When Christmas  came mprt a queer-looking box was  left behind by Santa Claus she felt very  eorry, Indeed. But she wasn't sorry any-  longer when, after taking oft wrapper,  after wrapper, she found the prettiest  dolly you ever saw. And oh! she could  talk. Yes, she said "Mamma" and  "Papa" as plain as plain could be.  Dolly was named Susanne, because  Edith once had a little dog by that  name and she loved her very mueh.  Like Mary and her lamb.wherever EditB  went dolly was sure to go. Never did  Edith tire of her, and although Susanne  didn't say so exactly in words, sho  seemed to like her nevr mistress greatly.  Not long ago Brother Jack and Edith  walked down by the brook. Jack was  poking in the, water with a stick to see  if he could find any "minnies," when a  big box came floating down stream.  "Oh, let's give dolly a ride," cried he.  So they put Susanne in the box, and,  after tying a long string to one end, set  it adrift where the brook was widest.  Fine fun they were having, too, when,  sad to say, the cord broke!  Jack and Edith ran along the stream,  but there was no way to get dolly to  HEARING WITH THE  TEETH  THIS may seem rather remarkable,  but you can hear sounds with the  teeth  that you cannot even distinguish with the ear.  Try this experiment: Lay a watch  face downward on the table. Stand far  enough from the table so that you are  unable to hear the ticking. Take a long  Qeal stick, place one end of it on the  back of the watch and grip the other  in your teeth. Closing the ears with  your fingers, you will then plainly hear  the tick of the watch.  If the stick is long enough, you may  place one end of it on the top of a  piano, and with the other between your  ,. teeth you can tell the tune that is being  played even though you cannot hear A  sound in the ordinary way. i  land. At last Edith sat down and cried  bitterly. Jack felt worse than he did  when kept in after school. "I ought to  "a"   known  better  than  to  play  with  THEY BOWED TO  THE MONKEY  EVERYBODY in the city bowed to  the marquis. Happy was he who  received a nod in return, for the  marquis, mind you, was a very great  man.  Quite often the marquis took an airing  in his sedan chair, borne by sturdy carriers, When, upon this morning, the  people of the city saw the chair of the  marquis approaching, one and all bowed  deeply. Although the curtains of the  chair were drawn slightly, they hoped  there might be a chance of his observing them. The carriers passing In front  of a company of soldiers on parade,  the company saluted.  Judge of the astonishment and humiliation of every one when just then the  door opened and out leaped a monkey.  The marquis had sent his pet monkey  out to get the air.  HOW HETTY FOUND    TALE OF GRANDPA'S:  ROVER CLOCK        ���������  H  E was a great big fellow with a  rough, shaggy coat that was so  nice to lay your head against  when you were tired from' a long romp.  He knew just what you said. You always went to Rover when you felt  cross or out of sorts. He would look at  you with those big, honest eyes in such  a sorry way. Then, after you put your  arms around his neck, you felt, much  better. Every one loved Rover, but no  one quite as much as Hetty. They had  always been chums, you know.  CLOTHES  DOLLY ADRIFT \  dolls, anyway," he muttered to himself.  On and on sailed the box. From one  stream it was carried to another, from  one river to another, until it reached the  sea. One day it floated upon a long  beach thousands of miles from where it  had started.  Along came a horrible cannibal.   Soon  I       FOUND BY A CANNIBAL,  'he spied the box. Pickiag up poor Susanne he handled her so roughly that  Edith would certainly have scolded him  had she seen it. Just then he pressed  dolly, so that she cried loudly "Papa!  Mamma!"  You should have seen that big savage  drop dolly and scamper away! When he  saw that nothing happened, however, he,  camel^l^and"spent~quiWa"15^~tifia������r  hearing dolly talk.  Then he took her in his arms to the  chief of the cannibals, who listened in  wopder to the queer doll.  ONCE upon a time a certain great  minister of state wrote to the  mayor of a small city that  special matters of importance in that  district needed his personal attention,  and told the mayor at what time W  expect his arrival.  The city arranged a grand reception  for the minister A band of musicians  were to play; all the school children  were to sin*?- and scatter flowers before him; and the mayor, heading the  town's most prominent citizens, was  to read a resolution of welcome.  A magnificent coach finally drove up,  emblazoned with the minister's coat-  of-arms. Out of the coach stepped  two persons���������one a dapper gentleman  In r '->ndid uniform and the other  a mild looking old man. who looked  of little importance.  The mayor immediately advanced  and shook the hand of him of the fine  uniform, and then directed his oration of welcome toward him. Thereupon the mild gentleman stepped forward, insisting that he was the minister and that the other person was  Viis ������4srv3.nt '  The mayor and the rest of the crowd  laughed in amusement. The old man  must be crazy! So the minister, in  disgust, leaped into his carriage and  drove away, leaving his fine appearing valet to receive the homage of  the city.  IT'S MORE fun gcln'   barefoot than  s.nythin' I know.  There  ain't a single  nother  thing  *. t.*at helps yer feelin's so.  Some days I. stay ln muvver's room, a-  gettln' in her way;  An' when I've bothered  her so much,  _��������� shg_sez: "Oh, run an' play!"^  t Bay:   "^Kln I g~6~barefoiot?"~En-Bhe-  says:   "If y* choose"���������  Nen I  alwuz wanter holler when I'm  pullin' off my shoes!       y  ROV^R BEFORE BEING STOLEN.  Last summer the gypsies camped near  the town. One of their bad men threw  a bag over Rover's head and put him  in a wagon and drove away with him.  He could do so many things and was so  strong that they wanted him for a  watchdog. Hetty cried and cried, for  she missed Rover sadly.  Father didn't know Rover when he  went to the gypsies' camp, because they  RECOGNIZES HIS MISTRESS.  V.ad dyed his nice white coat all black.  But Hetty knew him when  she mae*  a trip there.   Of course, she would know  him  anywhere.     Rover nearly choked  himself trying to come to her.   When a  rough gypsy tried to drive Hetty away  Rover jumped at his throat.  r^-There'-s~no~telllng_wJiat_roight_h^e_  happened if a policeman had not come  up just then. He had come to see about  HOW THE TRICK IS DONE  Always Discontented.  Zeph was an old darky who suffered  continually from the sharp tongue of  his wife, Aunt Chloe.  Their only pig had been killed, and  Zeph announced his Intention of buying  another. So off he went, followed by  the advice of Aunt CTlloe.  Later he returned, leading a great,  fat porker.  "Well, I reckon you paid some fool.  Ish price for dat dere pig?" was Chloe's  greeting,  No, Zeph said, ho hadn't. In fact, he  Anally confessed that he had stolen it.  "Lan' sakes." complained his wife,  much dissatisfied, "couldn't you steal a  bigger one Alan that?"  Couldn't See For the Mountains.  A little boy, but recently returned  from a trip to the Alps, was asked how  he liked tne Bcenery.  "Oh, I s'poBe it's all right," said ho,  "only thero wero so many mountains  thnt they hid everything else from  sight."  THE OLD IDOL THROWN AWAY  s "Um!  It's a god!" he said,   Then he  cried:  "Take away the old Idol! We have  now a greater god. Let every one bqw  down'before the new gad!"  So dolly became the idol of tho cannibals, and she grow so proud and haughty .  that you would scarcely have known hor. i  But then sho wasn't an ordinury doll,    i  it's fun a-goin' barefoot when yer play-  In' any game���������  'Cause robbers * ould be noisy an' Indians awful tame  Unless they had rhelr shoes off when  they crep' up In the night,  An' folks can't know they're comln' till  they get rlgi������. close in sight!  'Kn' I'm surely goin' barefoot every day  when I get old, ��������� -  >Vn' haven't got a ourse to say I'll catch  my death o' cold!  'An' if yer gofi.' barefoot, yer want t'  .   go outdoors. ,    ,   ,  W can't stretch out.an' dig yer heels In  ,    stupid hardwood floors  Like you kin dig 'em in th' dirt!   An'  where th' long grass grows,  ph' blades feel kinder tlckley and cool  between yer toes.  I o when I'm pullin' off my shoes I'm  mighty 'fralu I'll cough-  Cause then I know ma'd stop me 'fore  I got my stockln'a off!  V.y' often go 'round barefoot there's  lotB 0' things to know���������  ;'if how t' curl yor feet on stones, so they  won't hurt y' so���������  hit' when th* grass Is stlckley an' pricks  y' at a touch,  res' plank yer feet down solid, an' It  *   uon't h'irt half so much,   .  !, loso my hat mos' every day,   I wish I  did my shoes���������  |',r elso 1 wlsht I was so poor I hadn't  none to lose!  ROVER SET FREE.  A DEAR OLD CLOCK it was. It  reached 'way up above Elsie's  head, and was so wide that she*  could hardly touch either side with her-  finger tips. That was how she knew  she was growing. Whenever she went  to see grandpa, she always ran to tha-  clock to see whether lt wasn't easier  than last time to stretch from side to������  side.  As she did this, though, she would!  whisper, "Please. Mr. Clock, by your-  leave," for it was such a dignified Oldt.  clock, with its big, solemn face, and its  deep, booming chlmel In truth, Elsie-  felt just a little afraid of it. Many a.  time had she listened with open mouth*  as grandpa told wonderful stories about  it.  Elsie was again visiting grandpa. Of"  course, she had flrst to go to the bara  and rub Winnie's nose, and then pa&  Tommie, because he would get jealous*,  just like sonrje little girls Elsie knew..  Funny, horsed are lots like people.  After her romp was over, back she*-  came to the house and began, as aim  always did, to wander all through th*a  big mansion. At last, she stood before  the clock.  Somehow, it didn't seem to frown ass  it usually did. Instead, its face seemed,  to wear a beaming smile of welcome^  Just then she noticed a curious things  The big door of the clock was open���������  just a wee crack, it is true, but still It  was open!  Elsie came .nearer and nearer. Sure--  ly there could be no harm in just peeping. And very likely there were so-  many wonderful things inside. So she-  opened the door the least bit farther*  though she shivered as she did so. But.  the face above still seemed to look on  her so kindly that she grew braver*  and, opening it wider, took a goodw.  long look.  Elsie felt disappointed. There were  the great weights and the immense!  pendulum and all kinds of wires and  wheels, but whenever the clock had  struck Elsie always fancied that some  giant was grumbling; and now then*  wasn't even a sign of a giant. >  Inside there was so much space that'  she found she could nestle there quite;,  comfortably. Just to see how it foltt j  she pulled the door to. But it was sck,  dark and gloomy she thought it would |  be much nicer open. Oh; dear! the door |  had stuck, and it wouldn't budge aa!  InchL '.v* .  ' j  Elsie   was   frightened,   indeed.     She; I  called as xoudly as she could and she*  beat the door with her tiny fists.   N<*  _pne heard her.  "    Then the clocE^rScK^-XB~ttte~tlee^���������  tones boomed,   it seemed  in her  very  ear, she sank into a corner, too scared!  to cry any further.   Th^ sounds rum-,  bled ever so long.   She was sure it waa  the goblins whispering, and shiver aft- j  er shiver ran down her back.   Even the  clock in Its very tick seemed to be aay- :  ing, "We've���������got���������you���������now!���������we've��������� :  got you���������now!" over and over again,   j  Could it be that some one was com*-  lng?  "Oh, grandpa, grandpa!" Elsie cried;  with all her might.  Grandpa thought at first 'twas mice,,  and he opened the door to see. How-  surprised he was when Elsie flung het>-  self sobbing into his arms! <  But he soon kissed away the teary,  nnd before long Elsie even smiled when  he laughed u.\d called her his "Little  uickury, inckory, dock, the mouse who.  run    111.   linn   nlnntr ' *  something else the gypsies had stolen.  So Rover was set free and the gypsy  taken to jail,  iietty gave Rover one hug after another, and you could see how pleased     ciock now,   ���������������nu mu uiing jusi coaxea  he  was  by  the  way  his tall  wagged.     me In, I know," says she, shaking her  They loved each other more than ever     golden head wisely,  after that.    ran up the clock.'  Elsie  never  goes  very  near the old}  clock now.   "The old thing Just coaxed,  *-m*   *)     un no     o Vt a       o V> n Ir I ���������% ������     I* a������    '  HM**V ^W\fc*^^^i^^*%*A^***������/W^^WMW^>Www^VM������ **. ^  When the Wind Blow  Her Kind of Doll. '  Aunty had promised her a new doll, If  she did her lesHons well for a whole-  week.  The week passed, and she had'  earned the doll,  ui li.mcwjr m������v������, "What kind will   you   have,   dear?"  vttdy���������But that Is a cat. *. asked Aunty.  Yes'm;  but you'll  find  the  oonarj m   "i believe  I'd Boonest havo twins/1  %lnsldo the cat," was tho clover reply.  m fl^wwi*'WAA*vwvw,������,w**ww *-*--- - - - - -i- -imnrir,j\.nj-,s\i\njiii*m.  The Bird Inside.  Lady���������What ls it, my boy?  Boy���������Please, ma'am, 1 come for the  reward you've said you'd give to get  your canary back,  Lady���������But that Is a cat.  Without Words  THEFAIlff  p.  |G30PLE soon began to talk about  the old woman when sho camo to.  live in tho little hut just outside  tho village, When thoy saw her gathering herbs by midnight many said sho  wus a witch, But she hud so many  kindly ways about her and cured so  many ot them of diseases that thoy  etimo to lovo her, although thle lovo wad  still mixed somewhat with fear,  "Oh, donr, I'm afraid ho'll grow un to  bo n perfect glutton," snld Tom's mothor  tn tho old womnn, In despair, Tho wiio  old woman, who had stopped for u short  vlHit, shook hor huud us though In deep  thought,  "1 think he can bo cured If you will  do exactly as I toll you," said she.  "Send him over to his Grandma's tomorrow with a basket of your Uncut  eli*Ti:li'H, Do not worry If hu does not  come homo before nightfall, I shall  tuki* good care of lilm mul return hln  hat'cly."  The next afternoon Tom was given a  basketful of large, rip*' clurrius und told  to take thom to Grandma.  to. Wti.n.u ...u.it, .,/. ..,..,,i A..,, ...AAA  be ronohod tho wltrn of the woods,  through which his piitli ltd,  As lu* begun to foci Und he thought  he would rest a while beneath a true,  Tho longer lu* ent the hungrier ho grew,  "Surely Jt won't matter If I take oms  cherry," snld ho,   Bo Tom took ono, ami  li,...    ..;,.*."'   "     .;:',    .���������:."'?    ���������i<-r.*hr.ri     ..Hill  hu had oaten a great many,  Btrnngo to sny. the number of cherries teemed to grow no 1������mh, Happily  he trudged on his way, munching cherry  uftt'r cherry.  The path had always seemed quite  plain before, but somehow, Tom wan-  thred from It and wu soon lost In tho  WuimIii. Fur a long tirm- h������; scrambk'tl  onward, celling as loud nn he could, but  nftfr s whlli* be gremi ton tired tn go  further. Then he lay down and went to  sleep.  ���������t-#J  It was bright daylight when he awoko,  feeling over so bud.  Whllo ho stood, wondering which wny  ho should go, whom should he soo but  the wise old woman,  "What Is tho matter, little boy?" she  asked,  "Oh, I'm lost, and I want to go homo,  and I'm hungry," ho tearfully oxplalned,  "Hungry! why there's a whole basketful of cherries beside you!"  Tom shook hU head. "I couldn't eat  another chorry If I was to starve, I'm  sorry I ato any at all,"  IN A BAD PLIGHT. *  All at once, Instead of the old woman  thoro stood a beautiful fnlry before him.  Bhe talked gravely to him about how  wicked It was to be groody. Tom  promised to remember the lesnon he had  lecclvt-d and to try to rid hlm������*lf of  this fault,  Without another word the fairy  changed back into the old women and  led Tom safely home. ,  lf.+^x  9   '    - THF   NEWS.   CTIMB^RLANTX   PETTISH   COL"0MBTi������  THE OUMBJiiiLANJ) NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.  A. Bates,  Kditor and   Proprietor.  i'ho commas oi iuK News; arc o| en tu ..;  irho wi*h to cxprwss theroiu views o> mu -  Sera of public Uit^rt^t.  While we do tu.t hold jureeh'fu res ��������� iu>S)  bla tor the utterances of correB^oudem-a, ���������.>,  rtuerve the right of deoiiaing !o inser  Ojmuiunicatioua uaaeuest-iM-ily ptuaouitl.  TUESDAY,     olT.    8,  1907.  Ther has been some talk in the  past about closing ot the high  school on account of the small  attendance. We understand superintendent Robinson is not in  favor of any such arrangement as  on a recent visit we understand  he stated the Department were  slow to open a school but once  opened a small attendance was  no leasou for closing tlie institution, as it would pick up again.  -o������������������  WINNIPEG, Man., Oct. a.-���������Ihe  crowning feature of iupliu^'s vitit  waa his speech last night .it the  luncheon of tho Canadian fiuU. Bin*.  Eipling naively confessed it w^a hor  first time in her marriuU life she  hud h*������ard him make un .mtlec divcxr  ���������peech. Ho has a horror i.f such  occasions. The entertainment ui  Mr. Kipling had a strong dash of  hero worship aqout it. The tt-  tendunoe was very large. Men had  to pay for standing room and did  not get more than a view of the  repast. An unparalleled sct-ne .. of.  enthusiasm ensued when tho company rose to drink in thoir glioses,  tho formality lost nothing ,.i its  feelings and thore was much wild  cheuring. "For he's a jolly good  .fellow" was sung wath all heartiness'  of a club smoker.  Mr. Kipling said: "The visions  that your old men saw fifteen y-������ars  ago I see translated today into  stone, brick and concrete. Dreams  your young men'dreamed I saw accepted as the ordinary facts of every day life and they will in turn  give plac^ to vaster and more far-  ~*irel������hiffg���������imaginations.        ~"  "Gentlemen,  this record of  unsurpassed advancement gained my   admiration as well as my envy. I say  . tnyr envy, because you know I have  ���������pent some     large   portion of    my  life among  men  of my  own '.blood  and race in other lands less fortunate than this land, among me'D*.,wh<j,  nre laboring with thoir brains' ;>and'  the sweat of their bodies to    Iniild  up new cities and make strong   oufc-  . works of civilization.     Thoso  things  are not accomplished oxuept   ly   tho  hardest   of   toil, courage, self-sacrifice,    and    often   bitter disappointment.    The   mere   buildings  do not  tell tho story to the outs Uio,    hut  no man who has been present as I  have beon at tho building up ot   a  new city can fail to hear tho   story  cried   aloud   as it    wero by    ovory  block,    store    or   privato   residence  that he passes.    Therefore i������,v heart  goe������   out*to tho city of your   love  and pride because I know vhnt lies  behind  the   mere   housoa    m    the  streets that one seos.    I I now   tiie  pamee of sacrifice that wont to  the  upbuilding    of    nach and that   vill  continue to go to us HxiHton.vj  ond  io    give all   thnt its existent*  implied,   (Hear, hoar).  '    "But X find etuso for   a    deeper  ' appeal in othor things    ilmn    tinse  ���������which   you     wore ������ind .*nough   to  ���������how them today 1    have  .ilealiieeil  here the existence cf nn assured nationhood.     Tho  spirit   of   a poople  oontentod, not to he nnotlui* jtrple  or the imitators or any   ������������������tliv  poo*  pie.      Contented   to he thomiMl������,uh.  (Choei-e).  "The tvpirlt of coiirso existed fifteen years ago, hut that spirit an I  romemher, and I've not forgotten  iomo of my walks and talks :������ the  elty theti doubted a littlo r found  It neceueary' to explain, rt stated  its position, and perhaps It waited a  little to moo what othor jioopie  thought of Ita ponitlon. Thank Ood,  Z Ond echo of that mood here today. (Hoar, hour,) T enn fool hy  tht men on the sttwtn and ouo by a  thousand eigne thnt horn is n people In their own land whoso heart  ���������prinrre go down, down Into tho fafo-  He and will ha truntiwi for tho na-  iHon,   (Loud cheere.)  ���������   ������  BI  6  S^.TvIXTIESX^    C       X)A"VTS.      PP.OP3IST,  English 4 x BUItTON always ou tup also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS��������� Anhei.s.i. Ikhenhan,' Schlitz, <feo. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines'and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding aud Lougiug Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mrs  Davw, will he ton d First claSB in every respect,  SATES,  $1 00 per day upwards.  s-v.j-*ar-3ftiM!rnmiMMiM������ \mmntem*.tvm  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  Tht*re may he something here this weok that j'Ou wore looking for  ./ast week.   If it it* the prioe ia enre lo be right   Give us a call.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  J. H. .C.QIXXNS, Cumberland.  Ml  Pi  Banaimo &i  **tt    .������������������4V'-lv--^>*H.MSv.  ���������v^t&^^^^'^'^-s. Vi  **���������.'' ^^v?"*  A-IsTD  . .juttr-v* fiew.wmwHritf������������v������*w������Miai'ifti w������:ca>������nvw..v^*,-^>n3r wn.  Kootenay ash  pan is exception  ally larga Hold  a two-days' accumulation.   Re-~  moved  easily, like a dresser  drawer.    Flanges attached to   {ire-pot guidei all ashes into pan.^p|  s. s. "Oity'of Nanaimo.  TTGTOttTJL���������co*m:o2S      eovtb  Sails fiom Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nnnniirio, calling  at   North  Saanich  Cowichan Bay    Maple  Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  01 passengers offer.  Leaves N.iiia.mo Tuesday, $ p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves N'anaimo Thursday, 7 a.m,, for  Coniox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.ro., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, cmling at Kuper and Thetis  islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowichan Bay ana Norih Saanich when  freight and passengers offer  North Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAM AIMO - LADYSMITH ROUTE  S. 8.  VOOAN."  Sails irom   Vancouver  for   Nanaimo  daily,, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  ���������9  Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  daily,,except Sundays,,at 7 a.m.  TIMETABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October let,.1906  "NORTH BOUND���������Read Down*  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  D. KILPATRlCK  Cumberland  OUR BEST  CLU6ING        OFFERS  l'hifc) p:iper AND A NEW Subaoriptioii to  Regular pric- for both.    Our P/ice  Daily Witness,      $4.50 $3.00  Weekly Witness,     2.50 2.������G>  World Wide, 3.00 2.25  Northern Messenger 1.90 1.75  Our (jalculatic.iiK me tared trictly ������.i- >.e  cash in advance. Samples ol theae paper'*  may be seeu at oar office.'���������  ^  POLLEGIATE, SCH00I  ^ FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. X.  Patron aud Viuitor,  THK LOUD  BISHOP OF COLUMBIA.  Head Master  J.W, LAING, ESQ ,  M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by threo Graduates of the Recognized Universities of GreaD Britain and Canada.  LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. MM, HAMILTON  C  H. Tarbell h������ssl1 'Agmat  - ������������������*rrr*  mil nn nxiMiiriwiirmrini���������tiMiiiiii ifriTwiririiBiltfiBi * r-ffiiin  Passeagei  Trains  Daily  Sunday  Stations,  N0.r 1:0  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  /iccoria,             H  De. 0.00  De. 10 00  Rutiaels,  -9.04  10.04  Shawnigan,  10.17  17,15  ti  -   10.22  17.18  Cobble Hill,  10.40  17.30  Cowichan,  J (LiS.  10,53  1L4J-  Kclcsilah,  '       17.47  Duuoa-i's,  , 11 0.0  17.58  Somen us,  11.07  I'd. 10  Westhblme,  11.18  ���������18.22,  (jneinaiuuM,  '  11 32'  ���������18= 35  Lu'<lj'nti)ith,''  .11.57  IS,55  .���������sou ib Wuilitujton,,  12,18  l'.hlO  Nauaitnu,       ���������'' v  VL'd'd  19.30.  WcilillKtoO,;.                  .  ... Ar 12,53  ,  Ar 19.45;  fcJOUTH iiOUND-Koad'Up ,  No. 2  No. .4.  Victoria,  Ar. 12;(i0  19,55  RuimuJa,  12 02  19.51  Siiawnigiiii,  10.51  ,      18.35  H  ".0,48  18.30.  Cobble Bill,  1(1. -10  18.22  Cowichiui,  10,15  18.OU  KoKhilah,  10,01)  "    18 03  Duuuau'u,  10 02  17,58  ���������SOBIOIIOH,  9,47  1743  WuHiholmo,  9,37  17., 32  OhiiimuiiiiH,  U.25  17.22.  LulyBiuith,  De. 0.00  Do. Hi. 58  11  Ar. 8,50  Ar. 10 48  tiomh Wellington,  ,    8,28  1(1.27,  Ntmauno,  8,15  10.15  Wdll in gtou,  Do. 8.00  Do. 10 00  Moderate terms for boarders.  Property consists of five acresi with opaci-  oub bjIiooI Imildinns, extenaivo recrnatin.  grouueie tjymtitttiiuiu,      (Jadet corps orijau-  izod. * '���������-''  APPLY'TO, HEAD MASTER.  Good  Buys.  WANTED���������To Buv_a Gnuge on the   ._  insialment plan  this office.  Owner leave-terms at  The drink of strong men and healthy women  UnionSrewery^eer  Is The Best  Bottled 01* In  Barrel*.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  .Vancouver, Oot, 8.���������A hold rob-  l������ry occumid at ono o'clock today.  A thlof snatched    a  tray containing*  four thcueaiid AoV.urn' vv; ri!*, ���������', dlu  moods irom Uronihond'it luwelry  ���������lort in tlm contro ol tho city. Be  ruihed ������w������y down tho crowded  ���������troot hoadincr for tho railwny yarrjm  ���������with n nnHrnrrifin nnd *nru,v clilyptf  ta pursuit. Two cMlinnH ruitnrod  him Jit������t nftor lm hml thrown nway  tha dionmridM in hi* oflott to wc������i������o.  Ilo rovo btn nnmo nn (h ivuc Ward.  Ho arrlv-ad from Soutttu xb\e inom������  m*  mmmmmmmwm, ,*m* ������������������  Canada ho* Invonted four timon nn  ranch tn ngrlcultnro bn in muaufuc-  iwa.  BUbBS  From   France,   Holland  and  Japan.  seeds Trees  Plants  For Fall Planting  Kdinble varieties nt renfiotinble  Prices,  J^I'lcisn note that my fruit irecs nre  ���������un urmvn   from   im|inrtoi.l   pieoe   root  . ,'     I,,,,  .,    ', ���������    ,1  t    <  i,t"llni',', lioi.'i iio.'triii,-, hoc"*,.  l'l.iMiii'.'.s-r;;, \)t:x- Sup{>lit)s,Sprny  I'unijis, Sjirayiny Malcrial) Out  Flwwers, etc,  M. J. HENRY  CirecitlioiiNVH nnd P> O. Ad  drcan~:i010 Wonttmnator Ileal.  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guams.  The Oential Hotel for Sportamen  Nona but tho Host of Wines and Liquors  at the liar,  RATES        REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good ovct rail and ste.iu.ee  ���������ines, at two and one-hall'cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced ntcs for parties may.  be arranged fat  on application to the  Dist, 1'nss. Agent at Victoria,  The Companv reserve* the right to  change without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates ana hours ol sailing,  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good /or going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning nut later  ilian Monday,  ,), W. TROUr, Oen. Stti������. B.O. Count Sor.  0. L. CODllTNltJY, Diafc. Frt. ft 1 ami. Ag. j  ������������aMMflM������������w*������'*im*raawt**������������������**���������'���������*** wwaii lawwwm nm**+*m4-m?am*eaxam  Morroclji Bros,  FOR SALE���������TheVfine*'iesidence of ^r.  T, E. Hate,'situated at the   corner   of  VVincleniiere and First Street is for sale  at the low'figure of $1400*    For particu-  la'rs Apply'Cumb.erland News.,,  ������175 buysu yoi.d lot it. this city. '  ��������� FOR SAL 10���������10 acros ������ood laud in Oo-  uioxVulio.., suitable for, chicken rnnoh.  Beautiful st-ronni running through property.   Apply nt this ollice.  FOR SALE���������100 acres, 00 acres chopped  nml about 10 acres cleared. High land,  mul. oxooliont pasture lutid. Termti can  bo arranged to suit.  "wANTEJ^Abotifc fen"acres cleared,  with or without house. Must bo good  land,und fronting wator. State lowest  prico.  $800 CASH buysfirst-olaes houso  on Miti'ypo/'t iivcnuo,  FOR SALE���������90 acrus, with io acres  cleared; 3>i,noo worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, and spruce. 75 acres of  bottom land, S roomed house and outbuildings. Lots of spring water, and on-,  ly about 2 miles from Cumberland.  81100 buy������~loo nores timber ranch, 6  tniloHfi'otn Oouvtonny,  For ,Sii]o--H!0 aorofl 2^ wiles front Court  uoy.About 20 ucrcu olotired Bonio years a-  ftix, Kiifbii in lino of rnilwny oousi ruction  OIoho to Courtenay rivor,  Fresh Fruit  m*mmm*Mk%mm*mmm^  On \V������ iliifMlay and Thiirsdny  of each week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Hunden.  QlilMI), Oakee and Pioq dolivor  ed daily to any part of City,  VIJLLHTQ^ - Groceries  Woocl'0 PhosphodiAff  Ihe limit timiUrii. Jknialii,  'J'o/ios and InvJgortttiwtlio wholo  iinrroiM H.vnt������in. umkuu now  JllotxUn old VclriB, Vnt,-nJi\r;'-  UUt Mtntnl mul Ttmin Worry, Dm-  \ Bescunl Wmkmniu, KmitittogH, Hivr-  m,ond KjTcein ofjliutniui* Jirc*'<iiHe*i.  i'rtiw*i pwt'Oi/Xi,"������������*1 ">'If* ul,'������ ^ ���������>> \n**'X*Oit...:  will euro. Bold by nil dcni'mU^w /milled 114  pl(*ln pltK. on rocolpi of prico. A'cm vomr-hltil  maMlft'Ct*, ThoWooUMo'JIolr^ceo.^ t  {formerly Windsor) rurontn,Otni*  to)kVCottoS~8oo} Coiripoand  Tho (front Uteri��������� Venln, md  joi.ly  wu'o  etrt'CMir.! Muntldy  iiiognlixior tin which vromonmn  rdepend, fold in thr<io docrecn  ot j-U-uikUi-No. 1, 1^1} No. %,  lOdoKru(Uiatron<ror,jl(8t MO.&  oim DcbilU  pgttdene*), I  mntorrhtw  FOR SAI.K���������A farm of 160  acres, also house and barn, situated near Coniox valley Beautiful location, convenient to the  salt water. For particulars ap-  plyat this office  To Kent���������Sorornl desirable bus  inuBs locations. Consult tho OJt,  E, Agency.  Wanted���������To borrow $2000 for  auiiic jvuiii xj)i ftwud security.  For pdtticulittsi inquire of Cumberland Real Kstate Agencv.  P. PHILLIPS HARRISd  BarrlMtoi- ������nd Solicitor  aiKl  Notnry Publlo  Conveyunclnjjf  Onmberlaud    B.O.  eMlHlDWHtOB.!  Drepatd on receipt of  ffauamphlOt. Atldrw  ���������T0WNT0,flllT. QurtmlyW Y  THE   jSTEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I  ^|.4^,^4.^>4,4,.j,^^,.j^^,4^j,.j,4.4^44  STAR"  IT IS TO TKE ADVANTAQB OP EVERY  HOUSEKEEPER IN CANADA TO USB  wen   ...  rUtfc Baking Powder.  OHlett's Perfumed Lye.  Imperial Baking Powder.  Gillett's Cream Tartar.  Soyti Yeast Cokes.  OHlett's nommotii Blue,  flagic Boklf.n Soda.  OHlett's Washing Cryatai  ���������ADR FOR OVER 50 YEARS.  (CSTABUBHEO 166a)  E.W.GIU.ETT t?rmyl  % Hayman & Maxwell.  Proprietors.  gjaMiiMiinnanT.ia'g-Tfc.wTMi  TEAMSTERS,  and DRAYMEN X  SINGLE   and   DOUBLE   RIGS*  ��������� For    HIRE.        ALL   ORDERS 4-  f PROMPTLY*' ATTENDED   TO*  13rd St. Gimitoland J  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims, for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes,  in Comox Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  ���������.���������^_��������� mmmtaimimmmini���������im^httw���������M������i���������ii- rn ��������������� 1 ���������������������������1^������������������mtaaam���������I IT  ���������   I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 4th Day  of November, 1907,  at the hour of  11 o'clock a. m. at the Court House,   Cumberland,  I shall offer lor sale by public  auction the mineral  claims in the list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued, due and payable on the 30th Day of June, 1907, and remaining unpaid on the 30th'Day of June,  1907, and for the expense of advertising this notice, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  Unpaid  Taxes  Costs op  Advkktising  Total  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and railway cars of the Union Colliery  Company hy any person or per-  Bone���������exqept rain crew���������it! strictly  prohibited. Employees ftre sub-  jec tn disiniesiil for allov   ag same  By order  v Francis D. Littik  Manager.  When in Cumberland  STAY AT THE   VE IS DOME.  SS   All Convknibnces for Guests.  UatA%-*aiWX*AtJh/JK������  Thk Bab is Supplied with  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. R. BANNERMAN.  JAPANESE  at allow Price,  ''������������������'-  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean '{in "ity  60lbs.  $2.65  No. 5 iTaptown,... .CuinTiMi-laudi B.  , < *H*MmM ******m*mW**tm.m**'mJWmJ**X������m.t*  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  OJGARH <������ TOBACCOS..  COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date we intend to apply to  tho Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  tho water and upon the lunds known  as White Bluff. Reserve, Comox District, described as follows: Commencing at a post planted about 20  chains oast from the west end of  Goose Spit, in Comox Harbour ;  thence north 80 chains; thence east  80 chains; thence south 80 chains;  thence- -west 80 chains to placo of  commencement; containing about,  640 acres, known as .Claim No. 1.  Dated this 28th day of August,  1907.   .  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING. COMPANY, LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,   Agent.  Douglns Pino Mining Co.  Douglas Pine Mining Co.  Douglas Pino Mining Co.  McKinnon John McL.  McKinnon John McL.    .  MeKinnoii John MoL.  Dolleolc George Ward  Cullen James  Douglns Pine Lot 271  Gold Exchange Lot 272  C<>ne Fraction Lot 273  Theodesia Lot, 1831 Gt  Silver King Lot 1882 GI  Nine Jacket Lot 1833 GI  Copper Chief Lot 1S34 CM  Copper King Lot 1835 GI  $10.00  T>.75  2.75  18.25.  13.25  12.00  18.CO  13.50  Bated at Cumberland, B.C. 28th September, 1907,  JOHN BAIRD, Deputy Assessor,  Comox Assessment District,  Cumberland Post Oflice  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date ve intend to apply to  the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a li-.  cence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  the water and on the lands known as-  White Bluil' Reserve, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing at  a post planted at the south-west  corner of Claim No, 1; thence west  80 chains; thence north about 66  chains; thenee easterly following the  sinuosities of the shore line to the  ^���������dTth^v-est^boundary-Df-e-laim-Nor-lf  thence south about 55' chains to  place  of-   comment, ���������    .-a-nning  vaijuut   .oOxi     acres,   and   known   aa  Claim No. 2.  Dated   this  23th.   day  of    August,  1907. -'"'���������"  VANCOUVER     COA'L    PROSPECTING  COMPANY.  LIMITED.'  E.  Hodgs.-in," Agent.  60   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  .   . , . , -       copyrights ac.  S.,.���������6liO iwnrtlns a sketch ana description mny  afoMlf Moortfttti our opinion fruo wnotliar an  wnntlnn tsimibnbly piitqi-tiihto. Cuimnmiloiv  ons/trlotlroonildoiitliil. HANDBOOK on l'ntoiitr  ���������ontfrw. (ilrfOHt aaimoy.furuuourniguutuntu,  ^ - -Rroiiiih Munn k Co. r   UoiiH ������trlotir conildonttJil. \\  nltm, did-���������"-  Ptttnti tut.   tptetal notlte, without ctiiir������o, lu tbo  i*tt������nti .taken throunh Munn  roool*o  Scientific flitwicait.  A hsndiomAljr llliiRtrntnil wnokly,  JitwiiMfc dr*  uliitlon of onr RoiontlUo Journal.  Tonim, ti a  it jnontha, f L Bold by nil nowHdoalon.  tit; m V Bt������ Woibluaton, U.  LAND ACT NOTIOE.  Distriot of Now Wostmtastor, Lnnd  Distriot, Ooast No, 1,  TAKE NOTIOK thnt the MoLiuifflin  Lura!)or Company, Limited, of Vancouver, B.O,, Lumbermen, intend to apply  for nnrmisHion tu purohiiHo tho following  desoribed lHiids:���������Oomnionoingat a posb  plnntnd nbout 20 ohains disUnt, nnd in a  northeasterly direction from tlio head of  Turabull Gove, nbout thn line of high  wator mark, being the HouthwoM oorner,  tbenoe uortu 0 oumun, tuoacu unni J.Q  chnins, tbenoe south 20 ohnins, theuco  along the shore 20 chnins to point of  oommouoomout, and contuiuiun, 40 ucroa,  moro or lets,  The Mclaughlin lumueu oo. ua.  Dated nt Vanoouver thin 14th day of  September, 1907.  POUND���������A   valuable   gold  brooch. Owner call at this office.  NOTICE is hert'iiy given that, 30  days-after date we intend to apply to  tb* HonouraMi: the Chief. Commissioner of Lujids and Works for a licence to prospect for coal aud petroleum under tho '.foreshore, and  under the ���������water and on the  lands in Coinox Harbour, described as follows: Commencing at a  post planted at the south-east ��������� corner of Claim No. 2, on Goose, Spit;  thonce south 80 chains; thonco west  05 chains to the shore line; thonce  about 25 chains .north-westerly, following the sinuosities of the shoro  line; thence north Qti chains; thonco  oust 80 4chnins to place of commencement, containing about 630 acres,  known as Claim No, 3.  Dnted this 28th day of August,  191*  VANCOUVER.   COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,   Agent.  NOTICE is hereby givon that, SO  days niter date wo intend to npply to  tho llonountl'lo (lie Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Work������ for a li-  conco to prospoct for coal and petroleum under tho. foreshore ntul under  the wator and upon the lunds  in, Coinox Harbour, and described an follows : Commencing at a  post plantod at' the south-west eornor of Claim No; 1; thence'east SO  chains ; thonco��������� south 80 chaina;  thenco wost 80 chnins; thenco north  80 chains to placo of commencement;  containing 040 acres, known as  Claim No, 4.  Dated tills 28th day of August,  1007,  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROJECTING COMPANY,  L1MITKD.  E. Hodgson,  Agent.  ��������� ��������� .1 ��������� 1  ���������    ,ii '.i ��������� ,*  NOTICE is hereby given that, .'10  days nftor dato wo intend to apply to  the Honourable tho Chiof Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a licence to prospoct for coal nnd potro-  loum {.tfdor the foroshoro nnd undor  tho water and on tho land known ns  Whlto ninty Ttetwrv* Comox District,  described ss follows: Commencing  at a pom, pittnwd at. tint ihii'ui-e.ini  corner of Clnim No. 1; thenee east  f?0 rhttins* thenre south RO i.*hftin������ ���������  thence xvoftt HO chninN; thonco north  ftO chsins to thn place of commenciv  M.-..1,     wiiwuiu.ii^,    AA,:',     its,,.,;,    ,*.;. !  known ns Claim No. 5,  Dated this 28th day of August,  1007.  VANCOUVER COAL PROSPECTING company, i,mrra>.  P#.  Hodgson,  Agont.  in Comox District, described  as follows : .Commencing at a  post planted at the no2-th-west corner of Claim No. 2; thence south 66  chains; thence west SO chains to the  shore line; thence north 80 chains;  thence east ,53 chains to the shore  line; thence following the sinuosities  of the shore to place of commencement, containing about 600 acres,  known as Claim No. 6.  Dated   this  28th   day  of   August,  1907.  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECTING  COMPANY. LIMITED.  , E;  Hodgson,   Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date we intend to apply to  the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of -Lands, and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  the . water and on the lands  in Comox District, described  as follows : Commencing at a  post planted near the south-east corner" of the Indian Reserve, Comox  TTSrTOTflT"-thwreB~~^eBt���������-53���������chminrr-  thence north about 2-0 chains; thence  easterly following the sinuosities of  the shore line to place of commencement: containing about 100 acres,  known as Claim No. 7.  Dated   this  28th   day  of    August,  11907V'.  vVANOOUVER     OOAL    PRQSFECT-  |     ;    ING  COMPANY.  LIMITED.         E.  Hodgson,_Agent._  NOT!CE is'lieroby^gi vein that" 30,  days after date we intend to apply.Ao-'  tho Honourable the Chief (Commissioner of Lands and Works for a. licence to prospect for coal and petroleum, under the foreshore -'and under  the water and on the lands  in Comox District, described  as' follows: Commencing at a.  post .planted at tho south-west corner of Claim No. 0; thenco north  0bout 40 chains; thonce wost about  25 chains to the shora; thenco southerly, following tho'sinuosities'of tho  shore lino to tho placo of commonco-  mont, containing about 00 acres,  known as Clnim No. 8.  Dated   this 28th   day of   August,  1907.  VANCOUVER    OOAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date wo intend to apply to  sioner of Lands and Works for a lithe Honourable the Chief Commis-  cence to prospect for coal and petroleum under t������������e * foreshore and under  the water and on the lands  in Comox District, described  as follows : Commencing at a  post planted at the south-west corner of Claim No. 6; thonce east *80  chains: thence south about 05 chains  to shore line -in Nelson District ;  thence westerly following the sinuosities of thc shore to place of commencement; containing about 260  acres, known as Claim No. 9, Comox Harbour.  Dated this 29th day of August,  1907.  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  ., E. JIodgsoiv_Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date we intend to apply to  the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for 'a licence; to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and .under  tho .water, and on the, lands  in Comox District, described  as follows : Commencing at a  post planted at the south-west corner of Claim No. 3, Comox Harbour, Nelson District; ther.co east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains;  thence west. SO chains; thence northerly following the Bimiosities of tho  shoro lino lo p!r 3 of commandment; containing about 600 acrss,  known as Claim No. 10,  Dated this 28th day of August.  1907.   ,  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E,  Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICK is hereby given that, HO  days after date I intend to apply'to  tho   Honourable   tho Chiof Commis  sioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and iwtro-  Ieum undor the foreshore and under  the water and on tho lands in Comox Harbour, Comox District, described as follows: Commenoing at a  post planted at the north-west corner of Claim No. 7; .thenco, south  about 60 chains; thence west about  25 chains-; thence westerly following  the sinuosities of tlie shore line Lo  the mouth of the Courtenay River ;  thence easterly following the sinuosities of tho shore line to, place1 of  commencement, containing about 275  acres.  Dated   this    28th    day  of August,  1907. ,     '���������������������������  E. HODGSON.  He  of the  Cherry  Tree Fame,    Has  Now lieen Discovered to Have  Made a False; Affidavit.  ���������I     '  WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 3.��������� Documentary evidence has been discoy-  ored in Fairfax Comity in Virginia, ���������  to ���������"prove that''13eorvWaslinigton7WT������r  not always regarded by his neighbors as a model of versality. At  the May term of the Fairfax Court,  in i700, he was publicly "presented'' by the Grand Jury, for swearing to a false list of his taxable  propoi-ty.  ,The discovery of this record * was  mado <iy Capt. S. Donahuo, editor  of the Fairfax Herald, a weokly p*-  p������r, in tho Fairfax covirt houso.  While gotting data for a history  of tho county, which ho is engaged  "in writing at present, Capt. Donahue examined, the ancient records  of tho County court. In the musty,  depths of pages, he unearthed, a  ioxv days ago, proof of the fact that:  In 1700, criminal prosecutions against Washington for not entering  for taxation, tho offence involved  making a false oath, ,  Canada produced in 1906, 363,000-  000 bushels of grain of all kinds, including wheat.  ���������Kaw.Miawer.Mn  ���������wm  NOTICE Is herwby givon that. .'10  days nfter i1h!������������ wo inti*n������l to npply u������  tho Honourable th<' Chief Commit-  ���������ionr-r of Lands nnd Works for a licence to pro������|Hvt ttrr rotl nml petroleum under the foreshore nml undtr  tlw    wftt������r    nnd     on    lh<*    land*  '. 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Somewhere within this  extensive range was a limited supply  of what Mr. Weeks' advertisement in  the Item called "Youths', Men's and;  Children's Clothing In Latest Styles at  Moderate Prices." The styles were  "late" ��������� about a year late ��������� and the  prices were moderate when the  lengthy period of credit given to customers is taken into consideration.  Captain Titcomb, exchanging greetings with the half dozen loungers by  the stove, whose business there was.  as Mr. Weeks himself said, "to swap  bad tobacco smoke for heat," passed to  the rear of the store, followed by Bradley. There he proceeded to select an  entire outfit for the boy calculated to  clothe him in successive layers from  the skin outward. When the pile of  garments on the counter was complete  the captain and Mr. Weeks entered into a lengthy argument concerning  price. There was a "Sunday hat" involved iu the transaction, aud about  this piece of headgear the battle  waged fiercest.  "It's too much money, Caleb," said  the captain finally. "I guess I'll try  the New York store. Tom Emery's  always treated me fair enough, and  I'll give him a chance. Come on,  Brad."  'Tll~take"off"a_quarter-on-the-sultr���������  conceded   the   storekeeper,   who  was  loath lto see so much custom go to a  rival.  "No," was the reply, "that ain't  enough to amount to anything. Tell  you what I'll do, Caleb. Throw in that  Suuday hat and I'll1 take the lot and  pay you cash for It and run my risk of  gittin' the money."  So the bargain was concluded on that  basis. Bradley retired to the back  room and emerged clothed in his new  garments and tremendously conscious  of the fact. The captain said he looked so fresh that you could "smell the  paint on him."  "Bay. Caleb," said "Squealer" Wixon  after Captain Titcomb and his protege  had loft the premises, "did Ez tell you  who that boy was?"  "No, ho didn't. I hinted two or three  times, but he wouldn't say."  "Well, I'll teO yoa. 'Twas the old  maids' boy���������Bon Nickerson's son. Barney snld ho brought him over in the  coach last night."  "You don't mean it!" exclaimed the  chopfallen Mr. Weeks. "Well, If that  ain't enough to��������� Ez mado me throw  lu a hat that was wuth a dollar 'n' a  lin'f 'cause he said he'd pay cosh for  everything and tako his chance of gittin' his money back. And Prissy and  Tmnpy nlways pay cash for everything.  Reg'lar Titcomb trick!"  Tlio loafers about tho storo roared  with delight.  "Oh, I toll you," remarked "Squealer,"  "you've got to keep your weather eyo  poelod when you'ro dealln' with Cap'n  Ez. He'll havo you, head und scales,  if you niy't direful,"  "That's all right," grumbled "Blucy"  Bacholdor, "hut he'll git fetched up all  Btnndln' somo of theso days. You can  call him smart if you want to, but It's  pretty risky smartness, most folks  think. You notleo his schooner's nlways makin' record trips, nnd he's always hnvln' presents glvu hlm and all  thnt. How many presents did you  havo givo to you, Cap'n Jabcz, when  you wns runtiln' a coaster'f"  "Not a ono," indignantly replied the  person addressed, Captain Julio* Bill*  loy. "Not a ono. What I got I iind to  work for."  t+ ,--*,*��������� bo tbnt Captain .Tubes* over-  wovkod during his son experiences. Certainly no ono in Orlmm had known hint  to do a strolco of work since lie retired  to llvo on bis wife's earnings as a  dressmaker,  Wv.!!" C'?"'"1'"'"*011' Cuptnln Erl  Hedge, who was not a member of tho  circle, but hod dropped In to buy some  tobacco, "I llko Cap'n Est. Uo does  lovo to git tho best of a bargain, nnd  he's n 'drlvor' on n vessel, and perhaps  ho Hkos to shavo tho law pretty closo  sometimes. Es Is n reg'lar born g,im-  Mor for tnkln' chunces, hut I never  knew hlra to do a inea*������ trick."  "What do you call that game ho put  up on tho old maids*" asked "Squeal-  cr." "You knew 'bout thnt, didn't yon,  Jnbex? Seems Vrlaay nnd Teropy  wauled to sell that little pleeo of eron-  b'ry swamp of theirs 'causo It didn't  pay them to take care of It and hoen It  ItLllUUK.- ������rt*:***oM *-***��������� Wmaete  nboTit it," and Seth said he dldu't want  It, but that he'd give them so and so���������  a fair price, cousid'rin'. Well, they  was goin' to sell It to Seth, but Ez  comes home 'bout that time, hears of  the deal and goes to Prissy and buys  it for $00 mor'n Seth offered. And inside of three months along comes that  Ostable company and buys all that  land for their big swamp. They say  Titcomb made more'n a hundred dollars out of that deal. If you don't,  think that's a mean trick, Cap'n Eri,  you ask Seth Wiugate what he thinks  of it."  "I know about that." said Captain  Erl calmly, "and I think it was jest  another case of Ez's takln' chances,  that's all. Seth's growlin' is only sour  grapes. Ez knew the Ostable folks  was talkin' 'bout layin' out a big  swamp over here some time or other.  He jest bought the Allen piece and  run his risk. You notice prissy and  Tempy ain't findln' no fault. They  think he's the only man in town. Fact  is, he is the only man, outside of the  minister, that they'll have any deal-  in's with. Queer poiriu' off that is���������  Ez and tbe minister!" he chuckled.  "Oh, women's fools, anyhow," snorted Captain Jabez savagely. "Ez Titcomb always 'could" wind 'em' 'round  his fingers. He's been next door to  keepin' comp'ny with more girls'n a  few in this town sence he was old  enough to leave school, but he don't  go fur enough to git engaged or nothln'  like that. Minute there's any talk that<  he's likely to git married to one of 'em  away goes Ez. and that's the end of  Jiat_co.ui������LnL_JMld_X^^Elte*'Of_theJiv  moderation. The old maids don't  though. Oh, I forgot. You're the old  maids' boy, ain't you? I saw you out  in their yard ,with Miss Prissy this  rooruin'."  "Yes, I saw you too. You live In here,  don't you?"  "Um-huiu. Oh, my goodness! I  haven't got any rubbers on, and grandma said if I got my feet wet today she  didn't know but she'd skinime. I must  go right back and dry 'em before she  comes. I've had a cold; that's why I  ain't to school. How'll I ever get theso  dogs in?"  "I'll help you if you want me to."  volunteered Bradley.  "Will you? That's splendid. Come  ou!"  Bradley carried his bundle to the  back steps of the little house and then  returned to assist at the dog catching.  It wasn't au easy operation, but a tin  dish scientifically rattled by his new  acquaintance tempted all but the wary  Winfield, and a bone finally decoyed  the latter inside the woodshed, and tho  door was slammed and bolted upon tho  humbugged pack.,  "There," exclaimed the girl, "that's  all right! I hope grandma won't notice  the tracks in the snow. If she's only  forgot her glasses It's all right. Now  come into the kitchen till 1 put my  feet in the oven. What's your name?"  "Bradley Nickersou. Most folks call  me Brad."  "That's a good name. My last name's  Baker. I hate my first one���������it's Augusta. Ain't that the worst? Grandma  calls me 'Gusty.' Ugh! You can call  me 'G'us', if you want to. It sounds  more like a boy's name. I wish I was  a boy."  "Why?"  "Oh, because a boy can do things and  doesn't have to be 'ladylike.' If I was  a boy nobody would think it was funny  for me to like dogs, and I could have  as many as I wanted."  "I should think you had a good mtmy  now.   Where did you get 'em all?"  "Oh, just found 'em. Rags came  here one day himself. I call him Rags  because he looks as if he was all  ravelin's. And Peter, the blacksmith  gave to me. Said I could have him If  I'd get him out of his sight. He sort  of named himself. And Tuesday was  named that because I found him on  talk 'bout his beiu' slick and hints that  he's tricky they're always heavin* up  to a feller, 'How smart Cap'n Titcomb  Is,' and 'Why don't you make monej  same as Cap'n Ezry?' 'Nougb to make  an honest man sick."  Captain Eri made his purchases and  went home, but the others continued  to ' dissect Ezra Titcomb's character,  and the general opinion seemed to be  that he would "bear watchin'."  Meanwhile the captain, unconscious  of all this, piloted Bradley to the corner of tbe road upon which the Allen  sisters lived, and there left blm with  a message to tbe effect that be (tbo  captain) would call next day. Then he  gougbt his room nt the "Traveler's  Rest," there to read the paper of the  day before, while the boy, with his big  bundle of old clothes and new "extras,"  walked homeward alone,  The Allen house wns on the "lower  road," and to reach It you turned tbe  corner Just above "Web" Saunders'  billiard room and went on past "Lem"  Mullen's stable, and the Methodist  "buryln' ground"���������the sects in Orham  cannot, apparently, agree even after  they nro dead, for each denomination  has Its separate cemetery���������past the  lato Coptnln Saunders' estate and on  up tho hill overlooking tho bay. Brad-  ley had just reached tlie littlo houso  next door to tho Aliens, when, through  tho sldo goto of Its yard, thero darted  a small, rugged looking dog, barking  as lf it wont by steam. It wus follow-  ed by a big dog. also burking, and this  In turn was followed by nnother nud  still another. None of tlio nnlmnls wns  hanclBonio and none looked as lf It wa������  good for much except to bark, but  each seemed to feel that It wus its spo  cial duty to devour tho hoy boforo tin-  others got a chance ut him. On tboj  came, a noisy procession, growling and  snapping.  Bradley put down his hnndlo and  looked about for a stone, hut tho snow  covered Iho road, and thoro wero no  stones In sight, lie polsod himself ou  one foot and hold the other ready for  n kick, 'nm dogs formed a circle about  hlm and tho racket was blood curdling,  out of the guto dnrloil n slim girl In  a red dross, brandlshhig a broom,  "They won't hurt yuu!" who scream-  oil vminlng in tho t'OHCtio. "Htop it, I'O;  tor! Ilo quiet, Hags! (Jo homo, lues-  dny]  Wlnlleld, 111 give H lo youi"  The dogs dodged tho broom and retired to a safe distance, wagging their  tails nnd doing their best to Indicate  Hint thov were only niaking belluve  anyhow. Wlnlleld, tho small dog that  had led tho attack, was tho most persistent, and ho snnppod at 1ho broom  In high glee, ovldontly considering thai  it wns waved for his particular arouse  ment.  "They got away boforo I could Mm  'em," panted tho girl. "Grandma's  gone to the storo, and I went out in tin*  woodshed to play with 'em, ond they  lioimeed out of the door flrst thing  They don't moon anything} they're Just  full of it. that's all."  "I wnsn't scared," said Bradley. "I  didn't bcllevo they'd bite. I like dogs."  "Do yon?" snld the girl eagerly. "8o  dtt JU .liriuidiiM* hvi aim tiane. tee. is  Tuesday when I was on a^cnicPoveT  to East Harniss. And Winfield���������he's  the newest one���������came on Cap'n Burgess' fishing schooner and nobody  wanted him, so they gave him to me.  I named him Winfield because his face  looks like our schoolteacher, Winfield  Scott Daniels; hateful old thing!  Wouldn't he be mad if he knew I  named a dog after Ifiml You're goin'  to school, alu't you?"  "I s'pose so.   They haven't said anything about it yet."  "I hope you will.   You'll be upstairs,  of course."  "Upstairs" means, in Orham, the  grammar and higher grades. "Downstairs" is tbo primary department  Bradley answered that he supposed ho  should be "upstairs." He was just beginning to #o ."pstnii-s" In Wellmouth.  (To Be Continued)  Danger Ffom Avalanches.  The avalanche in the Rockies whic).  wiped out a Canndinn Pacific train lion o of the dnnpem of travel atrainot  which, unfortunately, it is impossible  to guard, Tn the mountainous regions  particularly in the northern part oi  the continent, hugo masses of snov  and ioe collect on the Hides And topf  of the elevations, and a change of  temperature will dislodge them, and  nrpcipitnte them to the valley below  Whnre n line of rnilwnv lies in tbf  pnth of the nvainnche the damhge I*  naturnlly verv ernnt. Tn ordor to pro  tect the railway the Canadian Pndflr  hns hmro snow sheds in the more ex-  nosed nnrts of its route. These utme-  tnron novor the lino and nre built in  such n war ns io permit th* r***\h of  snow ir, pwnon over thn rsilwny into  the vnUov, 'nnt tho ontiro line ennnoi  he moled in nnd thus it banpens thai  accidents occur. It is fortunate that  the Infest en'nmity was unaccompanied by loss of life,  THE  SPEAKER'S  MACE.  Origin   of  the   Emblem   of   Authority  Used In Congress.  At the right of the speaker's desk  in the hall of the house of representatives in tbe capitol at Washington  stands a large cylindrical pedestal  made of highly polished green marble.  When the house is called to order  each day, the sergeant at arms or one  of his deputies places upon the pedestal the mace, which is the symbol of  authority in the bouse. When tbe body  adjourns he removes it and keeps it in  safety until the house meets again.  This mace is of very ancient and  honorable origin. Under the old Roman republic the magistrates passed  on foot from one place to another administering justice, trying public offenders and imposing penalties.  Each of these magistrates was at-  ���������"tended by a small body of men known  as lictors, whose duty it was to make  way for the officers of the low, preserve order, make arrests and inflict  punishment oo condemned citizens.  Each of these lictors carried with  him a bunch of rods tied together  with thongs and having an ax bound  to the outside of It. The thongs were  used for scourging and the ax for  beheading. Sentences imposed by the  magistrates were at once carried cut.  Those bundles of rods were known ns  fasces. When the Romans conquered  Britain the use of the fasces as a.symbol was brought with them, and many  other Roman customs remained with  the British people.  While it was no longer used for Inflicting punishment, it continued to be  used as a symbol by tbe early English  magistrates, and when an officer appeared carrying the fasces his authority was immediately accepted by  all. It was, in effect, his badge of  office.  The English form of the fasces was  slightly changed in tha$ the ax was  placed inside of the bundle of rods,  with the blade protruding from the  top.  The great councils of the early  Saxons gradually developed Into one  general body, which In the fourteenth  century became known as the bouse  of commons. In all these earlier councils the use of the fasces was con-  "tinoedr*but~it-then-came-to-be-koown.  as the mace, which has remained as  the emblem of legislative authority in  that body down to the present day.  The house of representatives of the  United States was modeled closely  after the house of commons by the  framers of our constitution, and the  usage of the mace was borrowed from  the English custom.  The first mace adopted by the bouse  was destroyed by fire when the British burned the capitol In 1814. From  1814 until 1842 a mace of painted wood  did service, but in the latter year tbe  present mace was made after the model  of the original one.  Now England Indian Pudding*  Scald a quart of milk, mix together  ono cup of molasses, live tablespoon-  fols of Indian meal, one tablespoonful  of flour, ono teaspoonful of salt, one  teaspoonful of cinnamon aiid stir all  Into tho scalded milk. Boll for ten  minutes, turn Into a baking dish aud  bake In n slow oven for three hours.  When half done, pour Iu a pint of cold  milk.    i'vriiiipH llie U;������l i..*it:T'.nc 'for  nUiiimlhciduyi I hi- logs h\ ranrdui?. and  If It can't bo done Indoors tako a stationary run In tho houso. Begin hy  slowly raising ono foot after the othor,  weight on the bulls of tho foot, and  tUtOW   lliw   itMi   t/acatnuu.     I.TCW-C  tbe time until you aro lifting the feet  very rapidly, then decrease tbo time.  POINTED PARAGRAPHS.  Your sons probably please you as  well ns you pleased your father.  If you don't look carefully after your  own affairs, who do you imagine will?  A good many people try to administer  forgiveness and puulshment at tbe  same time.  About all some men got for their  efforts to be dignified Is a reputatlou  of having the swelled head,  The greatest triumph for a boy Is  the privilege of being accepted as an  equal by boys somewhat older thun  himself.  Don't begin to wonder bow other  people can afford bo many things that  you can't afford. Tbat Is a big step in  the direction of growing envious uud  sour.  We bave noticed thnt people who do  oxuetly as tbey please, whether tbelr  friends llko It or not, get along about  ns well as those who aro always trying  to pleuso.  COLLEGE "RAGS" COSTLY.  Oyiord Students Willing to Pai   For  Rowdyism.  "To one Oxford 'rag,' $1,500." This  is the bill which the students of  Christ Church have been called upon  to settle for the little jollification they  indulged in recently to celebrate their  securing the headship of the river for  the first time in fifty years. Doubtless  the average person will think it a  dear price to pay for a little horseplay���������a bonfire with a grandstand as  fuel, a few black eyes, and several  policemen's helmets, more or less  battered, now on secret show at  Christ Church college. But gay un-  dergrads have no objection to paying  ior their "sport."  Some  Oxford   Rowdyism.  It is not so long ago that some Oxford men were called upon to pay the  cost of'amusing themselves by pelting the actors and actresses of a certain theatre with rotten fruit, spoiling  dresses and scenery, and afterwards  dismantling the auditorium by breaking up the seats. When the manager  presented his bill it was promptly  settled, and he was laughingly told  that he could now renovate his  theatre. Furthermore, he was invited  by the students to a dinner which it  was proposed to give to the actors ���������  and actresses in order to soothe their  -ufiled feelings.  How many shopkeepers and hotel  proprietors at Oxford and Cambridge  have received compensation for damage done to their establishments it  would be impossible to say, but the  number must be considerable.  Object to  Punishment.  One of the features of varsity "raging" is that the students strongly  resent any punishment being meted  out to one of their number by the college authorities for an offense against  <ood manners.  Not long ago, for instance, a member of Queen's college, and a "rugger  Slue," was "sent down" for "ragging" in a man's rooms, and the severe punishment was much resented  by his brother undergrads. To mark  \heir disapproval a fr.neral' procession was organized, composed of some  tfiirty cabs, headed by one containing  the victim dressed in black, with  <trape hanging from the top hat he  wore. The cortege left Queen's at a  ���������Mineral pace, the drivers having crape  attached to their whips, and most of  the, followers displaying crape. At the  station a largT^bwi~hwi-asse~m"bledt-  Oroans were given for the Queen's  dons and cheers for the "blue," and  the train departed amidst a most exciting scene to the strains of "Auld  Lang Syne" and "He's a Jolly Good  Fellow."  ORIGIN OF KISSING.  In buying hasting thread It Js always well to remember that basting  thread of an Inferior quality Is really  ��������� better Investment than tbo more ox-  pensive uittkc, us It Is usually finer nod  leas liable to leave a mark on delicate  fabrics.  When yon wish to press a new waist  fold a clean sheet so tbat there will  be four thlckaeeacs, pin tightly erer  traalof board, sprinkle wltb warn  meter and praw tbe vremt on It    . ,^.  Tobseoo Smoke Poisonous.  Tt Is often said that tobucco smoke  ls a powerful gormlclde. The composition of tobucco smoke Is complex,  tho principal constituents being oils of  a tarry nature. Nicotine Itself Is tt  stroug germicide, but the quuntltj of  this poison In tobacco smoke Is minute.  Tho oUy mattor which accumulates In  a tobacco pipe Is highly,poisonous but  does not contain uuy appreciable qticn-  tlty of ntcotiuo, tbe chief constituent  of this residue being a very poisonous  oli known us pyuutuu. Tuu������uU .,i,.J,.o  cout-ilm* a decided quantity nf enr-  bon monoxide, which ls a prose, vutlvo  nnd which muot possess germicidal  properties. Ono of the principal constituents accounting for the germicidal  properties ot louut-co ������iuukt* in iim inm-  erful   antiseptic   formaldehyde.  English Maidens  In Olden Days tn- ,  dulged  Freely  In  Habit.  Who were the first "kisser" and  "kissee?" The query is very difficult  of solution, for the origin of kissing  is shrduded in mystery, although  kissing has been practised by civilized nations in every era of tlio world.  Biblical records do not enlighten  as as to whether our first parents indulged in the habit. The first kiss  on record was the one given by Jacob  to Rachel, when he met her at th*  well. In the New Testament St. Paul  admonishes his followers to greet  one another with a holy kiss. And in  the time of the Romans kissing the  hand to a god was a sign of adoration.  From all accounts extant, English  people���������unemotional and prosaic as  thoy are characterized���������appear to  have been among the flrst to havo  uxploited the joys of kissing, and to  render it n universal habit. And  then, again, in no other country but  England has the mistletoe plant attained such popularity, Even Erasmus wrote to a friond the following!  'Englishwomen nre divinely pretty  and good-nntured. They have an excellent custom, that wherever you  riitd yourself the girls kiss you. Thoy  kiss you when you come, thoy kiss  you when you go; they kiss you at  every opportunity between whiles,"  'fumeroiiB other illusions to the prao-  vice prove that Erasmus was not  guilty of any exaggeration, although  the habit became a theme of gossip  Ul over Europe.  8hootlng the Stuonbuck.  Many of tho poor Boers in tho Transvaal, by whom ull the shooting Unit  Is done Is for the pot and uot for sport,  havo perfected n system of shooting  with tho assistance of oxen, A stouu*  buck hns uo fni." of outtlo and will  Ilo still even If thoy graze right up to  him. Tlio hunter gets together n few  cnttlo and with his gun walks behind  tliom In siK'h a wny that ho cannot bo  ������������������ofw fviini tho front, fli'ont cure has to  ho oyorelHiVI to drive the oxen so that  they may seem to lio growing natural*  ly. Tho hunter must ho ready to shoot  without having to alter his position.  The slightest movemoiit Is noticed by  the I'ocb  Little Pitchers.  Tommy���������Why, Mr. Smith, you didn't  go In tho ocean steamer after all, did  you?  Guest���������Whnt makes you ask that,  Tommy? I had no idos of going In tbe  steamer.  Tommy���������Well, o" tho same, mamma  said, whon papa told her he hnd asked  yoa to dinner, why did be do tbat, be*  cnxtae she was sure yoa would he half  over,���������(WtltUnors Xmericnn.  Peculiarities of Long Island.  Tlio iliiHH In geography ln ono of tho  Brooklyn schools wus askod by tho  tiwhor, "Wlmt nro some of the natural  liecullarltles of Long Island?"  The pupils tried to think, and, after  awhile, n loy raised bis hand.  "I kuow," said he.  "Well, what are theyr asked tbt  leather.  "Why." sold tho boy. with a trfr  amphnnt look, "on the south side yoa  *ee the aen and on tbe north side yoa  buur tbe sound." _!  '&'  tt*  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  v'.<  *   \  TO KEEP THE  SKIN IN HEALTH  Avoid   Pore-Clogging   Powders, and Cura all  Skin  Irritations and Eruptions With  Dr. Chase's Ointment  It is quite possible that, while you  know of Dr. Chase's Ointment as a  ���������cure for eczema, psoriasis and the  most severe forms of itching skin  ���������disease, you may have overlooked its  value as a beautifier of the skin.  There are muior forms of skin  trouble, such as rough, red skin, chafing, chapping, pimples, blackheads,  blotches, irritation, or poisoning  from the clothing, etc., which disfigure and form a starting point for  serious trouble.  A few applications of Dr. Chase's  Ointment at such times not only remove these blemishes, but also restore the health and beauty of the  skin, and positively prevent further j  development.  Miss C. Stanley-Jones, professional  masseuse and nurse. 283 Sinicoe  street, Toronto, Ont., writes: "In my  occupation as a nurse I have come  across many cases in . which Dr.  Chase's Ointment has been used with  extraordinary results. One case I  recall was ��������� that of a child of sixteen  months, who was in a bad way with  scaly head. It was a really nasty  case, causing the child to suffer very  much and to be very troublesome. I  persuaded the mother to use Dr.  Chase's Ointment, and in ten days  the child was entirely cured.  "Another case was that of a lady  who was greatly troubled with eczema  on the face. The doctor was dosing  her with medicine, which was doing  no good. In this case cure was effected in seven days with only one  box of Dr. Chase's Ointment. Both  of these cures were lasting."  Dr. Chase's Ointment is delightfully pure and creamy, is pleasant to  use, and is rapidly absorbed. It acts  as a food for the skin, making it soft,  smooth and velvety. By its soothing, antiseptic and healing properties it allays inflammation, relieves  itching and heals sores, wounds and  ulcers; 60 cents a box, at all dealers,  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  Almost a Tragedy                  | Asbestos  Horseshoes  "Forgotten   the   bait!"   yelledV the Asbestos horseshoes are the inven-  flrst    fisherman.      Why,  you  blank tion  of  a  Honolulu  blacksmith     It  idiot, how in thunder " is said there lias long been a demand  "Here!    What's    the    matter with for such an article.' visitors to the  ;you     retorted the other       You had volcano near Honolulu   usually ride  as much right-to reihember the can from  the  Volcano  House  down  into  ���������as I had. ^ When I put the worms the pit and across to the Halemau-  muXi ,'i~T"        t ii      i *                 * ma? pit on horses-    B"t   the   heat  Oh! the can; I thought you meant underneath the floor of Kilauei  hT-  you    had    forgotten    the    bottie."- been increasing  to  such    a    deg ee  Philadelphia  Press: that   the  horses'   feet   suffer    hence  ��������� eeware   of    ^"n7m.nt.   for   O.tarrh    tha, ' shoes "^       ������f      .^^^ducting  Contain  Marcury,  as mercury  will  surely   destroy   the sense "~   of   smell  and    completely    derange    the "Wio  ���������,    j iCi     , ,���������  whole   system   when  entering   it   through ,     V     worcl   nclgeo,       explained the  the mucous surfaces. Such articles should teacher,     "means    to    mnvp     ahmo  ���������never    be   need   except    on   prescriptions Now.  childrpn    T w���������nt ���������   *       *   UIJUUL-  -from   reputable  physicians,   as   the   dam Jpl   (7*7      V   , !ant.0ne of you to  aKe they will do is ten fold to the good bltJP  l0 llie  blackboard and write a  .you, can   possibly   derive   from   them, sentence  containing    the    word   'aa  Hall's Catarrh Oure. manufactured by  F get/"                                              ��������� 01"    m-  -J   Cheney  A Co.,  Toledo, Ohio.,  contains Vnvrh   c+��������������� j 'A,      ,.,,'���������  nn   mercury     and   is   taken    internally. fvx���������  Stepped   the  little  wise   bov  ���������acting directly upon the blood and  rone- w������0  wrote  ':    "This  storm  will   firW  ous  surfaoes  of  th^ system.    In  buying June   1st"'                                     U  tldget  Hall's Catarrh Onr������rl-^gure~yo������~get"tH"r  'Hall's Catarrh Onr������rlMr8ure~yoii~get~tH"e "TCTt���������toAA���������"���������~:���������T~r- ���������������������������-?���������-  (genuine. It Is taken internally and ������, ,Hl wll������ ever heard of a storo  made in Toledo Ohio, by P. J. Cheney fidgeting, Johnny?" asked tlit  & Co.    Testimonials free. -: .'-���������. teacher a&Kea       tlie.  Sold  by  Druggist*.    Prioe, T6o per  bot- "   ������j  ^nn't  u���������M���������   .  A   ��������� *  *���������*������������������ . I      i aon t know, but the men  on n  Take Hall's Family Fills for oonsttpa   store   down   town   says   that   it   will  *ion' ^ |mo��������� about June ls[������-Judge  who'iivhen/������^gest T,em^er oi the fam-  V   ���������      U.V   nad   taken   onf.ii,o,'nBii n-   j  is, the happier: the man who  ily had t^Ji     ���������   ,*ot,,the fam"  lillion  or the  one  who has  rozranhv enth<"iastically to py.  ildren?" ' . r������S a���������pJ^,  "Who is the happier: the man  has  a  million  seven children?" " i    atAAT'tf'j  "The man who has seven children."  reDre^nfin^o8!-^ eo,?t?d , a    design  "But whv?" the cHt Vn gf,, l M11 glrl I>hyinS with  "Because the man who has a mil-  n"eniJee nt of an ������W-fashioned  lion desires more, and the man with'    ������jr i'a\,���������n a  seven    children   has   sufficient."���������II! motw "H   r    ' .?ertll*V' said her  Scacciapensiari. SnnnJ������d nspec,tmg it;    h^ y������u have    managed somehow to make tho    hi!  A Sound Stomach Means a Clear! *%<$ "������������?.������       mftke the httle  present day are constrained to live  make draughts upon their vitality  'highly detrimental to their health.  It is only by the most careful treat  Had   Enough Toothpicks  A well known sculptor tells the.following story:���������  "Whenever I see a toothpick I  think of a dinner that was given in  Rome in honor of two Turkish noblemen.  "I. sat beside the younger of the  noblemen. He glittered with goid  embroidery and great diamonds, but  nevertheless I pitied him sincerely,  for he was strange to our table manners, and some of his errors were  both ludicrous and painful.  "Towards the dinner's end a servant extended to the young man a  plate of toothpicks. He waved the  plate away, saying in a low and bitter voice:  "'No, thank yoti; I have already  eaten two of tiie accursed tilings,  and I want no more.' "���������Tit-Bits.  DIRECT FROM THE GARDENS  The Purest and Cleanest Green Tea on  Earth.   Delicious and Economloal in use.  ll  SALADA  II  GREEN TEA  Head���������The high pressure of a ner-j Berthn f<A ,-=������������������.������������.������'"������"��������� ������-������puoci  vous life which business men of the fire "-pm^JW*t. chlld clrea<*s the  present day are constrained to live! ^mcago Tribune.  daiiilft" t0* y?uIt attentions to my  .    .       o������rofttltreat.iSS8tW������1,nr,ed,t^   imte   Parent,  moiit that they are able to keep' ������������������ 0���������W?,on i *lbked *he young  themselves alert and active in their i "T ������y������ of. Vle, h,0l'8e. e  various callings.   Many of them know ifipfL 0���������J)lcJ(ecl  Wmself up the re-  tho value   of   Parmelee's Vegetable ^f Z^to" murmured, meditatively  Pills in regulating the stomach and tions *       the oId m���������'* oWec!  ���������consequently keeping the head clear, j American     y      Wo^}lt'"-Baltimore  Farmer Hayrick���������What is the prospoct for this summerP  Farmer Corncrib���������-Fine. I have ten  caws for tho railroad to run ovor and  any number of hogs for them auto  fellers.   I oughtor clear $500.���������Puck.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dlph-  therla.  If your children moan and are  restless during sleep, coupled, when  nwako, with a loss of appetite, pale  countenance, picking of tho nose, etc.,  otc, you may depend upon it that  the primary cause of the trouble is  worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator effectually removes these  pests, nt onoe relioving tho little sufferers.  Chairman Knapp of the Interstate  Commerce ��������� Commission told  in New  York  the  other  day  a French  rail-.  J way story.  ' "A traffic manager," he said,  came to the president of the lilie  and  exclaimed  disconsolately:  '"We are having no end of trouble  with the public, sir, about those old  dark blue cars. Everybody says they  bump so frightfully in comparison  with the new light blue ones, which,  of course, run very smoothly.'  "'Humph!' said the president; 'we  must attend to this matter at once.  Have all the old cars painted light  blue immediately.' "���������San Antonio  Express. ';  ALL WEAK WOMEN  Will  Find  New  Health and Strength  in   Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills  The weak woman can depend upon  it that her1'blood is out ot order, ior  if her biood is rich and pure she  will be strong, healthy and happy.  Bad biood is the cause oi neany ad  the aches and pains from wiucn women sutler. Keep the biood rich and  red by tne use ox Dr. Williams' Pints  Pills and suffering will not exist.  Mrs. James lt. Kratz, oi ��������� Jordan  Station, Ont., has tested the value  of these Pills and strongly advises  other women to use them. She says:  "For more than a year I waa. a great  sufferer from weakness. I was completely worn out. I lost flesh; couid  not rest at night, and lin the morning I arose more tired than on going to bed. I had taken doctors'  treatment with. no...benefit. 1 grew  j.vnrse_day^by^day"and~^^al~i"b"efiiF  ning to look upon my case as nope-  less when I was advised to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. To my great  joy, before I had taken the pills a  month they began to help, and by  the time I had taken eight boxes  every symptom of my trouble had  left me and I was once more enjoying perfect health and strength. I  look upon'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  as a veritable life saver and nevor  lose a chance to recommend them  to my friends."  The success of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills is due to their power to make  new, rich, red blood. This new  blood strengthens the nerves and  gives nourishment to all tlie organs  of the body, thus curing anaemia,  indigestion, neuralgia, rheumatism,  nervous debility, headache and backache, and all the secret ailments of  girlhood and womanhood. The Pills  are sold by all medicine dealers, or  may be had direct at 50 cents a box  or six boxes for $2.50, from The Dr.  Williams Medicino Co., Brockville,  Ont.  LEAD PAOKETfe ONLY.        40o, t,9m and SOo Per Lb.  r  ��������� . -     ' ���������   "       ��������� ��������� r ua  AT ALL GROOERt.  J  Vice-Admiral Ijuin, of the Japanese navy, has stated that'Japan will  hold rigorously' to tho plans for naval  increase which sho has mapped out,  "Havo you many friofidsP"  "Yes,   Everybody   who   lends   me  monoy is my friend.   Do yon  wish  to become oneP'*���������Lustlgo Blaottor.  You May  Need It  Ask your doctor ibout the  wisdom of your keeping Ayer's  Cherry Peemnil In the hmme,  ready for cold*, e<Migh*, croup,  bronchitis. If he siys It's ill  right, then get ��������� bottle of it  st once. Why not show ���������  Httle forMlghf in utic.h mittem?  Esrly trestment, esrly cure.  A  Wt tmfcUthwt tbtmnlu  *.   ft* UeUb aUabel  ��������� a *e meVe S*m ���������ttJK*Ja*������  "I see that an eminent physician  declaros that two hours of sleep before midnight are worth much more  than six aftor that hour."  "Nonsonso- Two hoars of sleep  aftor you're called in thc morning  aro worth moro than anything else."  ���������Philadelphia  Press.  Tn their efforts to advortiso goods  shonkeopors sometimes err in tho  matter of properly oxprossing their  jrleas. In the window of a prominent  donlor in women's wear tho following sign was displayed;  "Women's shirtwaists, 08 conts.  Th<M' won't Inst long at this price,"  The window was full of the articles  in (|ti������Htion, hut most of the women  who paused io look said:  "Woll. if thnl's iho waft T don't  think I'll buy."���������Philadelphia   T^l-  Many i boy ii called dull and itunld,  wben tbe whole trouble It due te a Jaiy  liver. Vt firmly believe your own dec*  lor wW tall feu diet aa eccaelonal deee  of Ayer'e Fllli will do auch boya a treat  dot! of good, TMr keep tht Urtrectivt.   ��������� ������ali mVtAei.m, ir������oiw ~  A lather ntul mothor. with six  < UM"*ii, Hient thoir holiday at thn  HoiHido. Tniiin'diiitolv on nrrivnl  th^v not nhout looking for chonp  lodidntrs,  At InniMh  thov  cnmi* lo  a   nniirr>  mndo inquiries.  "Oh. ve*," said fhe Inndlndv in  nnswer io ihe father's nuestlon. "If*  hero the room is to let, hut there's  on!*.* one bod in it,"  "f>h, that's nil richt." re*.l\*v] llm  Inthof "xri'm tfo/v) tn Mnplifnsr ii.  tj,o wifi* nnd bniniR'H sleep on tlie  floor. "���������London   Tntl^r  Recently a district visitor in the  East End of London asked the wife  of a notorious drinker why she did  not keep lier husband from the public house.  "Woll," she answered, "I 'ave  done my best, ma'am, but 'o will go  there."  "Why don't you make your homo  look more attractiveP"  "I'm sure I've tried 'nrd, to mako  it 'omelike, ma'am," was the reply.  "I've took up tho parlor carpet and  sprinklr-d sawdust on the floor, and  put a beer barrel in the corner: but,  lor', ma'am, it tain't made a bit of  difference "-Tit-Bits.  Double entry bookkeeping was flrst  used in tho moreantilo cities of TtaJy,  notably Venice and Florenco, in tho  fifteenth century.  Yr*\t)7.    Koitorer,    of    Switzerland.  made the flr4 ruckoo dock in 1735.  ^nirraving on   copper   dnten from  WW.  For Strains  ���������of Beck ���������ef 8hoolder  ���������of 8tiilt ���������of Hongh  mmot Whirlebooe -of Knee  ���������of Fetlock ���������of Coffin Joiat  ���������of Partem  Swelling  and all  Lament* fa  Hoieee  '   AN   EYE  FOR  BUSINESS.  Transaction In Which Strabismus Wat  Not a Handicap.  "There is a small cross eyed boy living Id this city who if he doesn't lose  ! bis life through just retribution will  grow up to become a great financier,"  declared Jones. "For sorhe time my  wife has possessed a yellow purp that  lias ao earthly excuse for living. But  she thinks that he is the finest dog ln  the city and speuds most of her time  bugging bim and kissing his dirty little  nose. Finally the dog worship became  so unbearable to me that 1 resolved to  end the nuisance. Chancing to meet  a small cross eyed boy one day, I said  to him: ;;  " 'See here, boy, do you want to earn  a dollar?'  "'Sure!' said he.  " 'Well, then,' said I, 'you go up to  my house, watch your chance and steal  the yellow cur that you will find hang<  ing around there. When you get him  bring him down to my office and get  your dollar.'  "Within two hours the boy was back  with the cur tied to a rope.  ���������"What will I do with bim, boss?*  he asked after I paid him.  '"I don't care,' I snapped. 'Drown  him if you want to.'  "Tbat night I discovered my wife in  tears, and I was informed between  sobs that poor, dear little Fido was  missing. The next day she had an advertisement inserted in all the, papers  offering $1*0 for his return. The third  day she met me joyfully at the door  [-and���������aEnouhced-r-that���������Fido���������had���������been-  found.  "'Where? I asked, concealing ������,  groan.  " 'A little boy brought him back,' she  answered.  " 'What "kind of a boy?' I asked suspiciously.  "'A. small cross eyed l-������y with the  most honest face that I ever saw on a  boy. I gave bira $10, it being nil I had,  and fold him if he would go down and  see you that I knew you wouid be glad  to add $5 to it/  "But the boy didn't show up. As a  matter of fact, I hadn't tbe slightest  idea he would. I wouldn't mind giving him $5 if ho would eall."-Detrolt  Free Press.  . ,     '*.������*,  F������lse Signal.  "You don't believe in romance, eh?"  said tho old boarder.  "You bet your tintype I don't" sighed tho young man with the bandage  around his head. "I had my share."  "How was that?"  "Well, you see, I was forbidden to  call on my best girl, and orery night  she would sit out on the balcony and  at a certain hour striko a match. That  would l)o tlio signal for me to stick  my houd through tbo vines and kiss  hor."  "Ah, very poetical!"  "Yes, but tbo other night I saw the  match ilnro up, stuck my head through  tho vines nnd got tho worst thrashing  I over received. You kjo, Iho old man  Impelled to bo out thero lighting bis  plpo."���������Chicago Tribune.  Rfi&d    A *'>out better ceiling*.    Tells ot  ^ two tkeuMRd designs for every  Ij* Ty Ip ip sort of structure from a c������the>  ***"   ** *~* ** Aral to a warehouse���������proves whf  B_    '      |_ our ceili.SK* cost less.   0������t tha  O   O   K book.    Auk our nearest oflicfc  The PEDLAR People S������$  tohtws   Montreal    Ott������w������   Tnreato    London   Wlnnlpst  WILSON S  ���������very praah**  will kHI  mmrm fit** than  BOO fth*������-te  ���������tloky pap-nr  PADS-   -SOLD BY   0RUCCIST8, GROCERS AUD GENERAL STORES  10c p*r patoket, or S paeksta fer 2So.  will last a whdls ������������������anen,  <������*���������;,    .-olir  ���������\. ."��������� ��������� ���������"���������V-j/J^p-.    "���������"   '~'T,f'm*m/!g*if.-     '.  The children wiil show you  the merits of Mooney's biscuits  if you give them the chance.  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas     ^  7" '*       ��������� m*%^.-m***r*m^A }'l' ��������� * mi-iiJy *   ")'      '  have m&oe vvaaMeiwes famous  aU over Canada h a very short  time. Critp, Ming, tasty.  Different from tny other cracker  Iyou iKave ever eaten.  Sqp -^oone/s" to your grocer.  Johnnie's 8tory.  Johnny was detained nfter school one  day nnd told to write n story of fifty  words as a punishment, and, being  anxious to Join his comrades, this Js  what ho wrote,  "A littlo girl going home from school  ono day saw a littlo cat. Wishing to caress It, sho called, "Hero, puss, puss,  pUKS, ptIHS, ptISS, pllSfl, pllSS, ptISH, ptlRS,  puss, puss, [itiss, puss, puss, puss, puss,  puss, puss, puss, puss, puss, puss, puss,  ptlKS, pllSS, PUSS, plIKH, pllSS, ptlNS, pU8*  W-rhlladelphla Ledgor.  Teething Babies-,  era aaved tmffering���������������nd mothers  given rest���������when one usee  Norses'aod Mothers' Treasure  Qtdckly reMerw regnlatta tbe  bo#eli ��������� prvrwei   aontaMoiia.  Uted 50 yew*.   Ahaohttely eat*.  At drag aimm. $������*,  tbmtkim.Pl.B.   .  KattonirDniei oEwte������l Ca, uStod,  beta TnytUbw*, MeetrwU      41  Fellows*  tnffTmfiffS  Essence  Two or tone teaspoon*  fuls in a little Rom or Sraady,  caret Sprains, Bnriies and  Lamenesa ia 14 hottrt���������takea  out all the soreness���������and puts  botaea "oa their feet agaia."  50c a bottle.   If yo������r drog.  gift doee oot hate It, send to  No Nose to Speak ot  80 He D!dn*t.  A mother who fmd invited company  to dinnor said to her   young   son,  ..������.   1,      if it ��������� 1    ,  lli'l'.i,     1,,...   ��������� .j r. -..'..  Mr   M   " v.tfo nt the A]t\t\,.r t:\h\o try  nieht,"  "No'm," replied Freddy.  JiiHt iih tin* dt'.iMUt ua.-. brought in  Freddy roiiuukod in clear, distinct  iotiCH:  "Ma, wluii umi you u<u m,> not lo  say anything about Mr. M.'s none tort  He hasn't got any,"  Wisdom of the Raven.  Two collie dog* were hiintinp rar>  hit a, nnd the rnvt-m worn sfwrinc  nvorheiwl. Ah Iho dogs drove tho rah*  bit ont into lhf> npmi near the top nf  a hill it run Htnught into 11 trnp nnd  was caught. As tfie dojr^ camo near  the ravens eamo dnwrl nnd hy loud  eroaking managed to drive nway botli.  They th(*n sturterJ to devonr the  rabbit, whicfc Uity %uiril) dhipateh-  ad.  WtVw-mntealtm 0rrm9e1lefa9trmm*  QombaulVm  Caustic Balsam  Hit Imitators Bu! Ko Oomfittttars.  A  *\ete n-innfi't 1*4 p/.,t���������,.K f*,..��������� 1 r  Onrb, Bsllat Ivsttf. Oueil Hsik.  ttrtlnU T**U.i7t*i*t*r, Vli)  Juft, *���������< sll Unraiu frem ItHvli,  IJifMse m4 etkw betr tumsrt.  Pjrt* all skis iittuttt at T.rultst.  J*r*tb, biyMlitrts. I������m������T������i tAl  mtnuti** frtu Serut or Cittlt,  mA* a XtmamKtntiy tor tthiamtUrnx,  ,   str bsitts. Sen tt* *)r*ttrut������, 01 **r,t *r **���������  1   an**, ******* r***, wttA lull ������ir������rtieni tnr  1 T\*el*trr*mK*)mWKmtm*Gm..Tei-ti*ite,OeA.  W.   N.   U.   No.  W. .ZSZ,?&mfx:
/fJ}^^EW^.;C^M��KKL,A?ir)f TrtU'tiSH (f<Jl ?   UTSlA.
Local Items.'
Have your photo takeu now.
.  ��� *$>	
Dr McPhee is ���home from the
The many friends of Mr. K,
McPhee wil) regret to learn mat
Jie is not recovering as rapidly as
expected and leaves for Victoria
to-morrow for special treatment,
Mr. F. Goilma of the valley
$vas in town week and called a-
��Ouud to see the sporting editor
pf the Nkws,
Judge Abrams is absent in Van
Be sure and don't miss Fricke
pnly one \veek more until Oct 16
��� In the police court Long Tom
an Indian, was charged be'.'on.: H
A. Dillon and T. E. Bate with
J)eing drunk on the reserve. The
��wo J. P's fined him  #5.00 and
Miss Ambrose-Huzzey entertained on Monday evening in hon
#r of Miss Mounce, matron of the
Cumberland Hospital, and Mr.
floss Napier of Courtenay���B.C.
���{Saturday;, Sunset.
Miss Vivian Bate left this morn
ingfor lier home in Cumberland
after visiting relatives in this city
(during the past two weeks. ���Free
jjPress. ;'    ' '""'/-
It is reppted the contract for
-pew post office has been let to a<
Victoria contractor.
Mr. J. Bruce has returned from
Vancouer where he attended the
Liberal convention. He says tbe
organization is now such that the
Conservatives will have to ri* e
early to win next election.
Some people on Maryport avenue are wondering when the little,dog will stop killing chickens
fThey say the dog don't eat the
n t
rr.   4    ..       -
Rev. Mr Hastings has a? guest
fiis father,
��� ��� "
Mr. and Mrs. J Kcsleyandthe
Misses Kesloy have returned from
visiting the exhibition at Victoria and New Westminster, having
ft most excellent trip.
Mr. and Mrs.   I,,  A.   Mouuce
have returned front Vancouvei,
Mr J. W. Cooke and Mrs.
Cooke (nee Miss Willemar). have
returned from their honeymoon
Mr. J. Monks who went to
Nanaimo to meet some friends
f^turned Saturday.
Mr. J. Collins returned on Sat
urday from Vancouver.
Our Courtenay correspondent
informs us that Mr. Harry Martin has returned to the vilbgr n-
jjaiu having completed the dam
which the Chemainus Lumber
Company arc re-innniinn w,"'t-*
distance above Cowteuny. Thf.re
ba^ been some difficulv about tlu*
construction work in tlu past b-.tt
(t it* believed* W Mr Mvrtjt, ''������������
made an excellent job of it and
flirt Company will not Ih* pat ;..
the expense ofomidin;: a r;ttb..*.f��
(o entry their logs down to the
���������    LAND
Fona of Notice*
Victoria Land District.
District of Rupert.
TAKK NOTICE tbnt Holland Winslow.
Deviou of C-amns Valley, State of Orognn
United Stiit'pR of AiiiPi'ica. Timbor Cruiser, intends to npply for a Special timber
licence 0'ttir the fullowiuguescnbod Uuidn
silui'itod in Hupert District, Vaaouuver
Island, viz:
No. I. Commoni:i!ig nt n post planted
40 chains weft of tin* Houth Wost corner of lol 31)5 tiny vnird DiKtriui nnd ��bont
30 ohains .north of mi. uiik.io'.vu Oreek
marked ]v'l;;:i*r1 "Winshiw "JOoKng-'n
North Etiyi C' riM' thui-co South
80 chains t-hen.,;�� Wo.t SO chains
thenco North HO oii:u'i;8 thonco Eimt iM
ch,iii;u to pi.-.jo of ciiiiiiiieiicunittiil and
containing 040. aoros more ..or low*.
Locvu-d' 10 th tieptoinijor, lii07.
No. '2. Ooinin,t':j,cii.'K in a puni phint-id
afcwut 40 chi.iuH Wi-si of tiie South Woel
comer tif tot Nu. 305 Say\v<;rd District
and aKua 30'chains North I'roni an un-
kn:.w:: 0i'i:;4k ani! marked Kolimid
Wiutfloiv Dt-niiAa St. uth Enst Corner
thenco North BO chuiud thonco
W.-.t-t 80 chnins thonC'.- youth S'A chains
thenoe Eaat J.H) ch-iins to pt.ee of iom-
mencement and contamuitf 0*10 acres
Hiore or 1, ,-jo*.
Located 10th Boptombor, 1907.
No. 3. (J���M:ir.i��nmng at q pof��t planted
about 120 chains West ot th*.: Houth west
eornor of lol, No. 5105 Sayward Distriot
and :ibout4(Joi!iiini: North of an unknown
Creek and marked Holiand Win-
slow Deriiijc's North East Corner thenco South 80 chaina West 80
North 80 chains Must 80 ohains to the
fJluce of c-mmoncemeut containing GiO
acires moro or loss-
Lccr.ted 19 th Boptombor, 1-07.        o
No. i. Commencing at u poat planted nbout ).'AJ ch-Am xi'tisb of the Soutli
West corner of lot 305 Say war J. District
and nbout, 40 chains Noi th of an uu-
, known Crepk and marked Holland
. Winslo'w Bering's South East corner    thence  80 chains North    theuca
South thence 80 chains Eaat to place of
commencement   containing   6<i0   acres
more or less.
Located 19th Hoptomber, 1907.
No. 5. Gommejicjrjj at a postplanted
about 1*20 chains wost and about80 chains
south of the S Wtrsl corner of lot :'0o ttay-
xfiird District am! about 100 chaina Weat
of ){. post uu tmrvoyod land and AV out lino
(if Section 30 poat be,tig tuarkod Ilol-
iBiid Win-dow -Beriiiu'i} North W<.-��t
corner Lhuiio") Soutli SO idiixirw Eiist SO
chains North HO cI.uiim Wootiit' chains to
place of oommonooinoiit und containing
040 acres moro ov hm.
Looutod 10! li Keptoii.bar, 1007.
No. 0. CiinraciKun;.: at a post about
120 chains Went juul about S(| chains
South of th.sSouih W.cjt conusr oi! lot
30F) Sayward Distriot mid about 100 chains
West of )i post on Section !10 of surveyed land and wost lino of Section 5J0 po^t
beinuf marked Kolland Window D^r-
iuR*'H North West iiornor thonco .South
80 ehuinn Uionoo wuiit 80 chuino thenco
North 80 chains tin -hoc KhhI 80 cIuuuh to
placo of cominomwiiont contuiuiuy 040
acres more <\r Iuhh.
Located lUtu fcJivptomber,  1007.
No. 7.   t'oiniiuuicinj,; nt n.poHl. plantod
about ii()0 ciinitiH ^iVi'iit and 200 chaius
South of SouU) *Wi,'��t t-'orrjoi* of lot >)();"*
Snywiird DiPtricl and nurhod 'Itol-
liind Wiu'ilnv Dorin.'f'ii iviuih Wi:at
eornor thenoo Nurtli i0 cimiiiH
tliinii'o Jilant 200 nliiuiiH thonco South 40
thi'iici* WtT.t 100 chainu to ph.o < ol! com-
monooinoiit contniiiini;: tiK) mirim nioio or
���v'iv,* ���.���.'�����",
WluMtpr*,!,!^, s\ci,.m,UV**r ***��� * '     *    **��������* !����������. r�� \),
#,-   *v *���*   ,' ���* '������! ' tt mXtim*1,.' 'ftn"w'vit,*i''#w��"',iMw��*��i..inw^    U
a i i ci* ��� ui i k irai r:N u ti: n si ls
Sportsmens Goods
# nml J
I Genera! iiardware V
���kf*m%*~*im^^m\w*mmmu4*mmm- t^tm,*ms*'^m**-m**-s*Wwmmm
Located 20th September, 10O7.     ���
No. 8. Commencing at a post planted
about 200 chains West and nbout 200
chains South of the South of th.-* Sonlh
West coruer of lot 305 Sayward District
and. marked Holland Winslow Der-
in^'s North WtNt coruer
thence 40 chains south theuce 160 chains
east thence 40 chains north thence 160
chains west to place of comniencment
containing 040 ucrew more or less.,
Located 2(ith September, 1007.
No. 9. Commencing at a,post planted
about "oo chaina w^aA snd abi.ui- 160
chains south of thc eolith weat corner of
lot 305 Sayward Distriot and marked
Koiland Winslow Bering' Sguth
Kiifit .corner thenco, weat, 40
chains tbenee norih ifiO. cliuins tlience
cast 40 cisnins thonce south IGo chaius to.
place cf commencement find'containing
04U ;o:i\ffl moro or less.
Located 10th September, 1907.
No. 10. Commencing nl a pent planted about two hundred chains wost and
about 240 chains south of tht* &outh-����sfc
corner of lot 305 Say ward District and
marked Kollaud Winslow Bering's North
We.-it corner tlu-nce i south 40 chains
thence east 100 chains tlience north 40
chains thence west 100 chains to place ol
cunnueiicemeiit and contiunins 040 acres
mCrt or itiBB.     ''''..
Located 20th September, 1007.
No. II. Cq?amenehigat ft post planted ubout 200 chains west and about I0u
chains south of tiie south west comer of
lot 305 Sayward District and marked,
Kolland Vtiuslow Bering's North
East corner thence west 40
cuains thence south 16o theuce euut 4o
chains thonce north llio chains to place ut
commencement uud oo&luijyifijif G4o acres
more or l^^s. ""
Located September 19th, 1907.
No. 12. Coiujgpnpjiiji at a post planted about 2oo chains west and about 8o
chaing north ot the south west corner oi
lot 5305 S'i> ward Bistrictund marked Rol-
land , Winnlow Bering's Soutli West"
corner tlience north Ho chiiins'
oast >io cbains soath 8o chains west
'6o chains to place of commencement containing (j4o acres more or less.
Located September lUih, 1007.
No. 13,    Commencing ut u. post planted
_ abouh 2oo chain's west iind about bo chains
north of the south yfest corner of lot 3oF
Sayward District aud murked Koiiand
Winslow     Denny's      South Ea���l
corner     theuce    ' north      So      chains
wetrt 8o chains south 8o chains easi bo
ciiains to place of commencement contain
ing 040 acres more or km
Located September lflih, 19u7.
Dated at Victoria, h. O.Saptember 20th
Roi.lasv W'vmlow Derihg,
Ciimus Vidio),
Orofjoii, U. S. A.
'.f'iuiber Cruieoi*.
Lmid Act,
Form' of Notice.
Vancouver Land 'District,
districts of Say ward and Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Koiuud AVin��-
low Dci'iu*', oi OiimiiH Valley, State of Oregon, TJijited isiaUtpi^Ainyriou, intond to
apply tor a opooiul timber hoouco over Uio
following doscribed iiioda uituntod in Buy
ward and Rupert Districts, Vancouver
Tidniid, via;--
No.l, ConuuonciDg at ii post planted
at tho uoutli om{ coriitn- of lot 'irt Sayward D'mivscl nud marked Kolhuid
Winnlow .Dering'H North Unfit
eornor     thonce    wmtii     Kio     nhuinu
WC;,��� 4u CUnliiHuui'tli Uio  ckiUIW  Cml -io
ohainu to place of bop-inni'ii*; contaihinif
Uio Herod moro or Iwii,
Lou-.tiid Heptemljor 20th? 3007,
Patod ut Viotorin, B, <J. 8optember,��4lh
Climax Valley,
Oregon,  Y.S.A.
Wept, I7(.h,
i necessary, Ij..���.������  uJ ,  ���  ^t
like the < iti a no*- < ^ * -    f"~ -
since, it takes  * ^ / '   ' f-r ���    \ i J[ *"--
less   fuel    ? tX  ,y> ' ~ u   ~ ; _  ^\\^
% less fuss V* i j / !
j better baking.   L <     [
ven     1 thm   ,     _ *?
lw'tl\ liovy 1l    c
1 belong" ; t o p
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^ {      *���     ,-      A'  '-���>,
bestcsto \^v {; *      ^     u^ I ^<^s^1\"
heat where *,   \* \      <*    "- ��� ���   ^-i - -"|^���>
���^ thick.
������*��� -<-��h*L��-'
o    ' r1 >a< ,       "^ ' c'"jok-spring-i
<    ��� '       '' i     *'�� ' srecl loosef
'<- ji' v i. L oi ru f a s, always.
> Du'1 < nu *Yi- stk( r \ C oh design,
^      " jivm1 ian ^os to control,-
1  1'        -17_~ i   ' ->i oKe money.
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%        <. L     "pr  i iincoaver
For Sale bv Magnet Cash Store, Sole'Retail Agents.
C.UM'i'Ai,, 83,900,000
Hkskbvb, $1,390,000
AasKTR,   8*15,400,000
Dbi'of.its, 33*2,400,000
The Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada-
will lie pleased to serve tlios.o
who   believe    in
'^5e��V?H^ - IVi-of^iy
and-placinn'it \v!i'o.i'o it will iiarn.liitoi'cst.   .   ���
Lntereat. Added Four Times a Yea;' in Savings Iknic.
A. B. NETHERBY,: Mana��kr. '
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SUITS fllADE TO   0^t?HRnf4D
13. C.
mn~rt>*m*mex>mtmrmn> m* *m ***��� m-*
@      , Why? buy a watch that is meant to sell.
When all Waltham Watches are time-keepers.
No matter what the price
WaHham Watches as low as $6.00,'
P. S, J&rtlett r.7 jewel Nickel $10.00.
Vanguard Model #2,0,00
SliMST, tliUeweler,
^'lVr?'V;{ f'v;' ���-; T>?r%.,
W->     . *'\   .:. a"^\
e t**mmHii *i^L -.n.mt*wmm
*x��-*VklMt��JVH,��i*r^M, H��UM��tMW4A;HI��H#
Tako notico thut Frank J, llow-
huiil has council io lmvo any authority to act ns our agont in mutt urn
ui nm or jiro iuhurmiuu, 01 uuy
othor mattoi'H wlmtHoovor.
U. Ward & Co, Lte.
Thi* ;.i.li".)('liil Perch or. >.n t.tullioii
W <s !> �����:.* A;       *-J}; H   4 'tSo"Jt'm  "
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Recently ptirchased by the' Co*
mux Hort'e lh���eeder^, Association
i'ioih McLaui.'.lilin Bros., Cohnn-
Imii;, O., will stand for service at
the stable oi'
li. CuawhOiin, Courtenay,
"ii'C Vi't il.-is     ,^ Til.   111.S1J V*'iH"*.��W.
^!!���r^>1! i'r'iii lima a dialaiiui will bu fod
mul ourud f'.i'itt ('..'inioiinlilorntOH till Bute
A v,-r,in;ui ut n* .:ook ,\ (.,0-jd roast, but that is Imr hiisun.ss,
n uu" >"'> '-".��".��� ���' i." ���' ��������� �� ���. t. :mo.i
Wc ������ell ^oorl ro^.'.ts of hcef, hml>,
nnd imitmr,, that's our business.
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fil'st-ehtss ho'lci;',    wiin   naui.^"
dattaji SitjU'iic;' i<> i.i.w.y.
Hoonu! with or without bath.
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���44li a I l.'iVl'lt'Wt'VW'fkw =���������71-���������  wafy  i   'l,������1|T,'l?,''|,*tXj-'1  ^T.iA}]i0Ais..  > ,y*Wvft������>������HttsMiM'eWf!  ���������^������������,.-*������^������������^%('������ie8'������j$!38St������^  #    ��������� I  THK CUM BKttLAND NKWS, CUMBRIAN:),  OCTOBKR, 8,     07.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice  Rupert Land District.  V  TAKE NO HOK that Robert Wiuslow  Deriif'te ol (lamas Valley, State of Oregon  United States of America, Timber Cruis-  r'r, intends to appy for aSpecial timber  lioeiuw over the followiug descried lauds  .wituuted in Rujiert District, Vancouver  Island, viz:  y N������. I. Commencing'tit a post planted  4M������haiiisrwestof bhtv&oYtth \Vwtt corner ut lot 305 Sny wardDiatriot and about  30 olii������n9* north of an unknown Creek  marked N. E. Comer Ii AV. D9tlience  South 80.chains theueo West 80.ohains  thence Nprtb 80 cbains thence East 80  ohaius to place of commencement and  cocitainihg 640 ac'res'more orles������.1  Stok^August Slat, 1W07.       ,:  ���������. ,-  No. 2. , jCommencing at,a post planted  ������b >ut40.ch!,in8 West of��������� th������ S..uth West  corner of lot No. 305 Sayward District  14ml about 30 chains North from au unknown Creek aud marked 8. E. Cor. It,  W. 1). theuce North 80 chaiuB thenw  West 80 chains thence $uuth 8C chain*  theuce East 80 chaina to ph-ce of com  uieuoement and containing 040 ;Horei-  more or 1* ss.  Staked August 314, 1907.  No. 3.   -Commencing at a poet planted  about 12(1 ohainR West of the Sou tit west,  corner of lot. No. 305  Sity ward Dist riet  and about 40chaina Not th of an tinknowi  Creek the post being marked North Eas;  Cornerthence - South 80 chaina West 80*  North 80 chains East 80 chains to th.  place of commencement coiitainiug 64o  tuires more or less-  ___Staked 31st day of August, 1907. .  ' No. 4  Krydwn John ������ud Tap^ier Sii Ouarlee Ji.  Htouh'n**?, A. H.  ttow������ii, J ba  ' Pi*'icy, John Fretl.  Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Comox Assessment District,  Province of British Columbia.  T HEREBY GIVI.v NOTICK THAT onPtiday, nth oi" October, 1907. at the hour of eleven o'clock  torenoou, at the Court House, Cumberland, liritish Columbia, I shall sell by public auction the.lauds  hereinafter set out of the persons iu said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by  said persons on the 31st day of Decernbgr, 1906. and for interest costs and expenses,, iueluding' ihe costs  of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sootier'paid.  LIST ABOVE   MENTIONED  Namk oy Pkukos Assksskd  fenkina, J. E Eetate  Short Dksoriptiox oy Pkomkyt  Sections 32 *nd 72  4$ acres iu N. E. corner of Sectiou 68  I'K-M J ot Lot Kll  ISelson   District.  1 Lot 24, UiO.nerem  Newcastle   District  [���������Sections  Denman   Island  De!.iso,i;k.stTaxk������  I  j SCJIoOf.l.NTKKKST to  TAXES; I'AXKS IhmTK .tt ������AUt!  I  .Vl'ATl-41'.V  COSTS  and  fiXPK*-KJ  Tor  u.  69.00 I  44.45 I  2.40  4.81)  19.'JO  I 3.45 I  7.62 j  .12 ���������  ���������2fi,  $ 2M I  2.00 i  2.01) !  200;  .���������74.43  B4.07  4.W  7.04  .%!  2 00!     22.1*  Commencing ut n post  ed about 1*20 chnins west of the South  Went oorner of lot 305 Sayward District  uud about 40 chains North o^au unknown, Creek' theuce 80 chains North  thence 80 chains West thenc* 80 chains  South theuce 80 chains East to place of  coiunieuceipent. coutuiuiug 640 acres  more or lees.  Staked 31st August, 1907.  No. 5. Commeuciiuf'ata P'>8t planted,  about 120 chaius west add about 80 chains  south of the 8 Weat corner of lot 805 Sny-  ward District and about 100 ohaius West  of \$ poftt'on siifieyed laud and West line  of Section 80 post being marked N. W.  corner tliepca South 80 ohains E^st 80  ������'halns North 80 ciuuti* WoetSOohataa tn  plao* ot oommeneement and cnutaiuing  040 acres utore or h s**.  Staked September 2ud, 1907.  No. 8. Commenoiug at a post nhout  120 ohoins West H?i(l about 80 ohains  South of th������> South West corner of .lot  3U68aywnH Distriot'and uht tit 180 chnins  West ot M P������Bt ou Jgff������M������n m of ������urvey.  ad land and we*t line of Section 80 post  being marked N. E. ooruer thonco South  80 ohoins, thonce west 80 nhiilna thenoe  North 80 chains thenoo Kaat 80 ohainB to {  plaoe ot oommeneoraeut oontalulng 640  aores more or l������as.  Stnked September 2nd, 1907.  No, 7. Commencing nt a poat planted  about 200 chains West nnd "300 ohnlns  South ot South West oorner. ot lot ������05  Suywnrd Diatrlot thenoo North40 chaina  thenoo Eaat 160 ebaina thenoe Hotitb 40  theuoe West 160 ohains to plaoe of commencement containing 010 aorea more ur  *������  Stalwd Bwptemltor 8rd. 1907.  Nu. 8. (oramenolng at a pnat planted  about SMO chaina Weat and about 200  ohaius South of tbe bouth of the Bouth  Weat oorner ot lot 80S Sayward Diatriot  ihence 40 chaina south tlience 160, cualui  Mat tbenoo 40 ehalne north thenee 100  ebaina weet to plaoe ot comtnoncraont  containing 6l0 aorea more or leea.  Staked September 8rd, 1W7.  No. 9. Coromenoiuu at a poat planted  * about 200 ohalna weat and abrut 160  otiaiu*mjuih of thc ehiith weat oornnr of  lotMSuiuard Dlctric* Wxanre, mmtit)  0 mini* thence north 160 obalna thenco  uwt 40 chaina tbenee aouth Ifio chains to  Bated at Cumberland, 10th September, 1907,  John Baird, Deputy AaaMeor,  Comox Aeeaemsnt Diatriot,  Cumberland, P. O  place of cornmenuemeuti and Containing  640aoaea more or less.  Staked September 8rd, 1907.  No. 10. (Jonimencftig at a post plant*  td about two hundred ohaius west and  about 240 chains south of the soutlt-������We������t  ooruer of lot 805 thenoe soutli *10 ohains  I thenoe eaat 1W) ohains theuoe north 40  ohains theuoe wost 160 ohniue to plaoe of  oommeuoemeut aud contuiriing 610 acres  more or less.   ,      ���������  Staked September 3rd, 1H07.  No, 11. Commenolug at a post planted about 20(1 ohains weet and about 160  obaina aouth of tho'south wont coner of  lot805 Sayward District thenoe west 40  chnins thenoe aouth 16o thenoe eaat 4o  chains thenoe north lOoohntoa to place of  uommenoement aud co&tuiuiug Odo aorea  moro or lew.  Staked September 4th, 1007.    '  No. 12, Commencing at a post plant,  ed about 800 obalna weat and about 80  ohains north of tho aouth went ooruot t.f  lot 805 Sayward Diatriot thrnoe north 80  ohaiua east 80 obalna aontb Boohaius west  80 obaluB to place of commencement oon>  tainlng 94o aorea more or lexa.  Staked September 5-h, 1007.'  , No, la Oorameuolngat a poat planted  about800chaini weat aud about 80 ohninB  north ot the aouth weat oorner,of lot 8o5  Wnywtwd DistHnt thenoe, tmrth 8 1 olinius  w������*t"8t������ nliHimt wmth 80 ohnlns ������mftt 80  ebaina to place of ooramenoement contutn  jng 640 aorea more or leea.  Staked Septeml*r 5th, 1007.  Dated at Viotoria, B.O. September Oth  10ii7. ���������-���������"'  "ItoLAXlV VVlNSLOW DkhIKM,  C3 *mas Valley,  Oregon, U. S, A.  Timber Ciuiser.  Land Aot.  ������������������ .*   Form of Notice*  Sayward and Rupert Land  District.  TAKBNOTIOKthatI, Kolaml Wins-  low During, ��������� f (Jamns Valley, State ot Or*  egou, United StatoB of America, inteud to  apply for a sp^lal timber licence over the  following described lands situated in Say  ward and Uuport District*, Vanoouver  iehiud.vlr,���������.  No. 1, ComnencingRt a������posi plsnred  atthoannth east oorner of lot 8.)5 Sayward District thenoe aouth' Uk> ohafna  weat 4oohauis north 16o chains eaat 4o  chains,to place,of beginning containing  64o aores more or leea. ������������������  Staked September Cth,lW)7.  Dated at Victoria, It. l\ September, Oth  1901  ltOMND Winsi-ow DxatKn  Caius������ Villus,  Orreioii, V.S.A.  SepU 17th.  Laud   Aot.  Sa)'watd   District.  T.ke notioe tbtt thirty daya from <i������U A  F. Soiherlsod oooups ion lutnberuisu HaWihIk  to sppiy to the Hou. Chief CoaimiMiutMM of  Landi and Works for a apeuial timber huem *>  over the fuitowiuu desoribed Uud������s- Situated ia Sayward District, Vancouver l-daud.  No, 1���������Oomoiouoiug ������t a poet plsutod vn  the 60vh Psrsllel four nnlei weet ot wuere  ���������iid liue oroMos the 0������uipbell ltifer, lining  the N. K. coruer thebOo running S. 80 ohsu ������  W, 80oh������iui, N 80uhsius,' E. 80ub������iim,  10 pitos of oouiuieuveiueot.  A. V. SuiherUud,  JatnrsCro������������>, Agvu ���������'  ^Tske notioe that thirty day* from del* A.  FSutherUudiMioupitiunluuuletnini <n emU  0 apply to the lion. Ohief Coumi-iiiuuer ol  iianit and Works tur a epeoUl timber liu-  enoe over the followii g dMoribvd UmU sit"  ajkUdin8*yward Uut,, Vanoouver 1 laud,  No, 2->~G0nitnvtii*iug at a pott planted imi  the AOth Parallel four miles W. of whore *������nl  Ud. orosfei the OauipUII Hiver, heiug tlie  8. W oornor, th.noe ruuuiiig N 80 ubai������������  IS, 80 uhsloi, 8.80 onslui, W. 80 uu.ili to  plao. uf ooinmenoement,  A   !'. Suttrrlaml,  J������uii������Croti, Agent  Take ooliw tbat thirty days (row date A  Wilton, Jotm' E-������ta*e  WiUou, Jahu R tsta                   .  S. W. $ and S .} ..f N. W  i <>f .Secttow  13       1  N. $ N. K. $ <>f 18 tnd S. W   i .������������. S������cd-.u 22 i  Hornby     Islctndl  .05. f  .0(5 j  2.00 !  2.IJU ���������  :i us*  'A.liti  '^  ii  <  '(  ���������I  Murray. Alex. .  Mnrt'Oi A������*t.  WiUou, \V������lur  10 ������crei������ of S. 4 of si -utum 1  10 aorea of W   J ot Sect, ou 18  Un.livid* d i of E. i of N. W. J Sec. 5 and $.  4 t.f S. W. J of 0. ctiou 11  5.40 1            |  f>������0!         |  41.58 !           |  ���������27 1  .33 j  i:s.oo|  2.001  2.00|  2,00 i  .7 ������7  H.j������:-t  t-  V  1  ���������                t        '  if  1  Smith, Norman  UuHivid d i irf K i of N. W i ot S������c. 5 a*d  S. j of JS. W. i of Sro it.n tl  41.-S8J       ;*   !  2,08 |  2.00 j  45.61,  a.'  ���������3.  A  "   J'  Simpson, W.                                       .   |  Group  Lotlti31    .                                   "  j*M}    .1:  .20 |  2.00!  6.2S%.  .,,,,  [1  j;  Mc Arthur, Jtmea A.                '���������,'         j  Sayward     Dlatrict  S. Vf, i of Section t>9 T|>. Ill                            j  a.fo|    :,, 1 '  .18|  2.00 |  3 7>  f *  1  -  Gorte*    Island  *,t -  ..,-.  ���������A  m  Lowe, D. B.  W.iotN. E. i ..f Seotion 6                   i  uo r   v  .09!  .3.00.1  ������Mdt  i  ������������������,' |-  B'irnB, G������*ii> Hsmiltoo  Mftthnioti, Koht-rt  Math.Hon, Hubert  ' Rupert   District  N. J of Section 11, Tp. II  N. W. i of Seotion 19, Tp. VI ���������  8. W. i jf Seotion M), Tp. VI  39.841          |  12.80 {           j  8.481           |  l.89|  .������4|  2.00|  2.00 j  200 |  4:1 M  15.44  10JI1  1.  t,i  i'i  1,  ���������'  '  Coast District Rang������  I  1  1  Rlliot. Geoffrey  LotllU             J        ',.."���������  60.20 |   -       |  19.62 |  2.00 |  81 .SIS  ���������1  i  1  ��������� ������.������'., ������Vi I  ^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^^^^^^^^^ ''������*; -iraws, cuMUKJiLA'sm Biirnsit iw;rMffA.  ������o  ���������M������  jhe  ex  to*  m  pi  fo  pn  at  IE  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C. OCT. 8, 1907.  V  3  1  I  0  t  ���������fl  F Sutherland occupation luutttermau intend*  t > apply to the Hon. Chief Commissi, tier < t  Liuds and Works tar a Kpseial timber lie  e.tse uv.r tho follow iug deaciibed hula; nit-  lilted iu Sayward Dist, Vauuuiiver lslaud.  No 3���������Commencing at a pi>at planted oi.  the 50th Parallel four utiles \V ot' when*  #������id line crosses the Campbell River, Iteing  tfi-H ,S. E. coruer thence runuing N 80 chains  VV . 8U ohaius, 8. 80 chaii-s, ft. 80 chains,  to pl������co of comuietice.neut.  A. F. Sutherland,  Jautcs Crose, Ag. n  Take notice that thirty daya from date A*  F. Sutherland oc. upation lumberman in  tends to apply lo the Hon. Chief Cointnias-  i<>ner of Land* aud Works for n social timber licence over  tbe   following   described  lands;- situated iu Sayward District.  Vancouver Island.*���������  No. 4 -Commencing at a post plauted  five milea W. and oue milo S. froin a point  where Ihe 50th parallel crosses the Cauipbel.  Hirer, beiu'g the N. E   corner theuce iun-  utugS. 80 chi'na,  VV.  8u chains,  N. 80  Hi. 80 ubaiua, to yl.ee ot commune meut.  A. If, Su'heilaud,  Jaute������ Cro.; . Ageu>.  Take nolLe that thirty d\������js from date A.  F.  Sutherland occupation lumberman intend? to apply to the Hon. Chief Commis  sioner of L ������uds and Works for a special tim-  bei licence over the fallowing de*onbe<fUnd  situated iu Sayward District Vancouver !������������������-  land,  No. 5��������� Commencing at a post planted fivi  miles VV. and,one mile S. from a point  wilt-re the 50 h prll.-l crosses the C*u*I  hell rivet, being the S.K. coruer, theuceN  SO chains, VV. 80 ehai. a, S. 8d chains, E*8i  chains, to place of coutuieticuuteut.  A. F. Su herland,  -J������iue������-Croaar--Ageii���������  Take notice thit 30 drya after date A. F.  Sutherland occupation lumbeimsu  iutendr  to apply to the Hon. Chief Commis������ii������u<-  of Lands aud Wurks for a special timber licence over the following described lands;-  eituatediu Sayward Dist. VancouverIslan*  No  0���������Commencing at������ post planted 6  utiles VV. aud 1 mile S. from a point wher*  the 50th parallel orosse- tbe Campbell Hiver being the NVV oorner thenoe running S  80 ohaius, K SO chains, N. 80 chaius, \V 8t>  ' chains to place of commencement.  ": A. F  Sutherland,  .lames Cross, Agt  Take notice that 30 daya from date A. F.  Sutherland occupation lumberman intend t<  apply to the Hon. Commissioner of Laudr  and Works for a up. owl timber licence ove  tjie fold wing do Or i bed laud.;- situated n  Sayward District, Vancouver Island.,  No 7���������Comuieuciug at a post planted 7  wiles W, and one mile S, of a point when  the 50th parallil orosies the Cnmpbtdl Kiv-  boiug the S.K. notour tbenee N, 80 ch^im-,  \V. 80 chains, 8, &0 cbains h. 80 okaim*  to plaoe ot ooiumenuometit  A. F, Suiberland,  James Cross, A,eti>  Take notice that .10 da>s fiom date A,F  Sutherland ocuupatiou Ituiitornau inteud������  tn apply to the Ho.i, Chief Oonimiisiouri  of Ltudt aud Works for a special limber li-  cense ovtr the>followii������g described liudsj.  nitusted in Sayward Dist. Vancouver Inland  No. 8���������Commencing at a post planted 7  , miles VV- aud 1 mile 8. from a point when  the 30th parallel crosses the Campbell rive  being t e N. K. oorner, thenoe runnings.80  ehaini, W. 80 ohsius, N. 80 ohaius, K.80  ohains, to place of commencement,  A. F. Sutherland,  Jauies Cross,'A������* t.  Take actios that .10 days from date A. F  Sutherland i-'jcupitimi lumherinea intend*  to apply to tho Hon, Chief Corainissio* er of  L ndsaud Woikj for a special timber lie  anna ever the fallowing desoribed laa*l������i*a!t*  uated in S*yward Dist. Vanoouver Island.  No. 0���������Commsuoing at a post pleated 7  milea W, and 1 mile 8. (rum a point where  00th parallol crosses tho Campbell River,be  iug the 8. W. oormr theuoe running N.80  ohsiuii K. 80 ebaina, 8.80 ohaius, W. 80  chains, to fci������oe ol oooimeuomoi.  A, F. Soibtrland,  James Croas,Ageat  Take  notioe that  thirty  daya   aft������r  data A, V. Sutherland occupation lumbermen uneuueu>appiy -*> *���������>* ii������������������ vOmi Oooi  missioner ci Ltnds aud Works tor a apecial  ttntba^ licence over the following deacriljcd  lauds;- situated iu Sayward Dist* Vancouver 1 laud.  N<>. 10 ��������� Comuieuciug at a post planted  7 miles VV. and one mile S. fro it a poiut  where the 30th parallel crosses tbe Campbell Uivei. beiog the N.W. corner thence S.  80 chains, E. 80 ohai s, N. 80 chaius, W iO  chaius to place of couinienceuteut,  A. F. Sutherlaud,  James Cross, A^ent  Take notice that lid tby������ after date A. F.  Sutherland ocoupatiou lumberman iuteudv  to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner o  Litidi and VVorks for a special timber!icence  over the following described lands, situated in Sayward Dist. Vancouver island.  No. 11��������� Commenoing at a post planted  about 9 milea VV sod 1 mile S from a point  where the 50th parallel crosses the Camp  hell river being the $.E. cornet, theuoe rui ���������  uig N. 80 eh dun, VV. 80 chains, S. So  chains, E. 80 chaius, to pi toe of coimneno-  ment.  A. F. Sutherland,  James Croat*, Agt.  Take nctire that 30;days after dute A. F.  Su herlauii ociipation lumberman intend*,  to apply t<> tht Chief Cumuii s<oiter<t Ltud  aud tVorks for a special  i uber licence ovi  he fallowing described lau.U; siruated i  Sty ward District; Vancouver Island,  No. 12 -Comins nciug at post plauted a-  ���������ou; 9 uiilos west aud 1 mile S. from a poin  where the 30th parallel crosses the Camp  >ed River, being the S.VV. corner, thence N  SO chain-, E. 80 chains, S. 80 ohamf, VV.S0  ihaiuH, to place of commencement.  A. F. Sutherland,  J.mes Cross. A^t.  Takft notice that 30 lays after date A* F  -Sutherland occupation��������� lumberman inteud-  co apply to the Hon. Chief Commissiouer t.t  iiiuds and Works for a special timber lie  ence, over the following described lande-sit  uated in Say ward Dist, Vaucouver Island.  No. 13���������Commenoing at a post plauted a-  lout 9 miles W. and cue mile S. from a poin  *h'.re the 50ch parall ���������! crosses the Campbell  Rirer beiug (he N.W. oorner thence run-  ting S 80 ohains, E. 80 ohaius, N. 80 ohains  \V. 80 chaius to plaoe uf owmmeuoeuteut.  A. F. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt.  Take notioe thit 30 days from date A, F.  Sutherland oooupation lumberman intends  o to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works folr a speoial lioenoe over  he follow iug desoribed laud*'; situated iu  Say ward Distriot, Vaucouver Islau-J.  No. 14���������Commeuciug at a post plauted  tbouc 0 miles VV. and 1 utile 8. from a point  where the 50th parallel ori.asts die Campbvl  Itiver, buing the N, K. corier theuce rui<  mug S. 8p chains, VV, 80 chains. N.80 chain  A. 80 ohaius, to plaoe of couimeuoemiint.  A, F. Sutherlaud.  James Cross, Agt.  Take notioe that 80 days after dsta A. F.  Sutherland oouupatiot luiubermau iutuuds  to apply to the Hon Chief Commissioner of  Lauds aid Works for a speoialtimher li-  ounce over ths following desoribed lauds i  tituated iu Sayward Dist V������uoi������uverIsland.  No, IS-Cuinweuoing at a po*t planted  about 10 mile* west aud 1 m le north from a  paint where the 50ib parallel crouts the  Campbsll river being the SK corner thenu  running N 80 ohaius, \V 80 ohaius, 8 80  chains, E 80 ohaius tu phot of commence'  iteut.  A. t'vSuthertaud'  Jamas Cjoi, Agt.  Take aotioe that JO days a'ter uate A F.  Smhe.lsu oooupstiou lumbarm������n iuteuds to  apply to tho Huu. Ohisf Oommisdoaar of  Ltuds aud VVoiks for a special timber lioenoe over ths following drscrihed taodii ait*  nated iu Sty ward Dist, Vanoouver Island,  No. lO���������Coimutuoiuf al a post planted 10  miles west aud 1 milo w. from a point ahara  tba fiwth parallel orusses tba Campbell river  twiog ths 8. w. ooruer, tamo, r muiag N. 80  ouaina, E. 80 warns, 8. 80 ohsius, VV. 00  cbains to plaoe of eommeaoeuiear.  A, a. aetaerle-ad.  Jauiw CVosa, Agt  Take notioe that 80 days after dale A. F.  8a be tend occupation loutUrman intends  I ��������� aptly to the Hon. Chief Coiniuiasionsrul  lands snd Worvatft a ������j������#������sl Jj^,!,*(Ji^.  nee over t* e following d(sc<ibe>l l^mlsj situated iu Sty ward Dist Vaucouver l������laud.  N>>. 17��������� Comuieuciug at a yoa. planted  10 mil js w. and 1 mile  s.  from   a point  where the 60ih parallel crosses the Campbell  river being the n.k. corner thence   ruuiiin^  g.SO chains, w. 80 chain*, N. 80 chaius; s.  80 chains lo plaoe of commencement.  A. F. Sutherlaud,  James Cross, Agt  Take notioe that 80 lays after dita A. F.  Sutheilrud occupation lumbermau inteudn  tt apply to the H a Chief Commissioner ot  Lauds ami w>rks tor a special timber' licence over the folio * ing described landt situated in Sa> ward Dis;. Vancouver Islanc".  * Ne 18���������Commencing at* post planted a  t������out 10 miles w. and 1 mile N. front a poin  where the 50th parallel crosses the Campbell river being tho N.W. corner thence run  ><ing s. 80 ohains, E. 90 chains, .v. 80chainh  w. 80 chaius, to p ace of coiitmencfunent  A. F^Suherlaud,  t s, J������ntes Cici.s, Ag ���������  Take uoti,e that SO days from date A F.  ,  . ��������� . /���������  Sutherlaud  occupation lumberman iutend  ci> apply ut the Hon.  Chief Comiuissiouei  f L������n<is and Worko for a special   iia'itr li-  ueuce over tbe followiug described lands;  iiiu*t������d in Sayward Disc, Vm- c Uver Islam.  Nii. 19��������� Commeuciug ac a post planted a  joiii 4 inde������ xv. audi mile K. from a poin  a here the 50.u parallel crosses (hcCaiiipbeli  river and being tbe s.w. com r theuce s 8u  ohains, b, 8J ohaius, s. 80 chaius, W. 8;,'  cha>ns to place oi couiuteitcemeu .  '.j = ���������   ' ��������� A; F. Sutherlaud,  Jams Cros>;, Ag  Take uotice that 30 days after date AF  Sutherlaud occupaiiau lu.tiberuiau   iuteuu  to apply to the Hoii. Chief Coutmissioner oi  Lands and Works for a special finber lie-  the 50th pamlle! cioises the Campbell riv-  <ir, being th- si.* c������rtier theuce miming n\  80 chains w.80 chains, a. SO ohains K. 80  haiue, to placo of commeucmeut  A. F Sutherland,  James Cross, Ag  T ke uotioi that v)> day* afier tUte A F  Suthtiriaini occupation lumberman intends  Niapplv t* the Hun Cttisf Cemmissinner of  Lands ami woaka for a sp-wial timl>er He-  euse over the followiug desoribed lands situated in Sayvard Dist Vaoc >uv������r Island  No iJj-Comuteneiug at a po t planted 8  miles w and. 1 u.il^N sta point where the  5oth paralleKcroases the Cu<i<pt>el( river, being the ,if w corner theu running 8 8*  jhaius, K -8 ������ ohaius,. *r 8 * ohains, w So  chains to plaoe of somtnencenieut  '" A F Sutherland,  Janes Cross, AGt,  Take aoficc that .10 dtys from date A. V  Sutherland occupation lumberman Intends  to apply to the Ho'>. Chief CnuiiuiistonM-  if Ltmls ii-i'1 w>r ts for a ap ci I timbnr It-  <wnoe ovsr the following desoribed lauds; sit  uatei in Say ward Dist. Vancmver Island.  'N������. 20--Comnenoing at a post planted 8  >iles w. and 1 mile, N. at a point where the  50 h. pa *aHi*l crosses  the Campb^'l rlv������r.  king the S. w. cor er tSenoe running N. 80  ohains, B. 80 chains, 3. 80  ohains, W. 8)  ohaius. to plao* of comm ncameot.  A. F, Sutherland,  James Cross, Ag^.  Take nnt'c������ that .10 days n'ttr date A. F.  Sutherland occupation lumlierman int n Is to  -tpplv lo the Hon Chi if Coiumie^iouor of  Lauds and w-rks ior a speoial tint lier Ucen e  ver t he f<������ll"������ ing d "wribed lan-lr; st>.utt*d  in Say ;:*fil Di-t'i-1  VanoOaver IeUnd.  N.������ . 27 ���������Cotumt-n ���������- g at a p.wr pl.nte.l 8  ntilps w. tr.d I mile M. ������t n point, where the  oO h ptnlVl cr.xfSea th.* CamplMi rivor.l*.  ingtneK, K. oorner then e. runuing a. 0  ohains. w. 80 cb.iu*, n. 80 >halas, r. 80  chains, to place of commeiuement.  A. F. Sutherland, ^  unse over tiie following described lands; situated in Siyward Dist. Vanoouvxr Isljud.  . No. 20���������Commencing at a post plai^teu  4 utiles w. audi mile if. f ram a point wher  the 50.n parallel crosses the Campbell riv-  ������r being the's.l. ooruer, theuoe runuing M.  SOohsiusj W'.- 80 cn*iu������,��������������� 80 ohaius, *. 8o  chait.s, top'aoeof commeiiceaieut,  ~- A.F.Suthsriand,  James do-is, Agt.  Take notioe that 30 days aftor date A. F  Sutberlaup occupatict lutulierman intends  to apply to the Huu. Chief Comuiis^iouer ot  Lauds a id Wurks for a speoial timber lio  ���������use oyer the following described lends; situated in Sayward Dist. Vancouver Island.  No. 21���������Commencing at a post piautal 0  mdes wost *ud oue mile n. from a poiut  where the 50th parallel cross* the Camp*  bell i iver, buing tne N. w. oorner thence ru.  niug s. 80 chains, Y��������� h0 oliaiu*, v. 80 chain-  W.8U chains lo place uf uoiutntutueineut,  ���������' A. F. Sutherland,  Ja'tues Cro/i,' Agt,  Take notioe that 30 days after date A F  Suthsrlsud ������coupatmu iumuerutai intends  to apply to-the Un. 'Chief Couiiiiissiuuer  of Ltndsand Worn*, t>rm pecial timber li  oeuoe over the followiug ue*uiilied lands i  situated in Say ward Dist. Vaucouver JsIkuii  No. Si{���������Cuuimeuoiog at a pott planted <l  miles w. aud I iuiIu v, from * pO'-t planted  wbsre the 50th paiaitel ctosses tne Camp*  boll river, being the s.w, ooruer, tbenoerou  oiug N. 80 ousius, v.. 80 ehaini, a, 80 uluius  W. 80 ohaius tu pla^e uf uuuimeiiuuMOt,  A. F. SmherUotl,  JautesCro������A, Agt  Take notice tba* 80 da>s ati������r date A. F  Suthsrlsud ououpatiou lumberman' iuteude  to apply tu the Chief Cotiiuussiuuerol Landa  sod Works (or a special umber lioenoe *>r*  or the folio* ing dtsoribjd laudsi sitaauu  in day ward Dist. Vanoouver Island.  No, iS���������CouiuiaUtiiiig at a post pleated I  mtlsa w.aiid luine j*. Iruw a poiut where  the Wtn parallel ureases the Campbell riv*  er, beiag tha .'.a, ooraer theuoe ruuuiog a.  80 ohaius, xv. 90 chains, n. 80 cbaiu������, a. 80  obetui, %v p.aou vf voutuisuosuiMt.  A, V. Sotherland,  James Crots, Aft,  Take notioe tbat 80 days after date A. t  Atftfeeriattd vueupetiva iamOerasa iiteoda  ta afttf-t *x* *** Hon., Chief Cummiasieuer  of Ltada aad Works (ur a apeetal timber  I uebea over tbe follow iug daeeribed leads;  situated w Bay ward Dbi. Vanoou erlilaaa  Hu *?l��������� C -trnneRslf-'a] *������ * fiJ4i mtlte*i*yi Q  mtles Wt aua 1 mile a, from a penal where  James Cross, Ag*.  T.ke notice that 30 days aftnlr dv������A. F  Sutherluid occupation lumlterman iitteudv  to apply to tbe Hon Chief Commissioner of  Lands and VVorks for a special timber lie-  'iiw over the following described lands:������iI  ua'ed in ^iyward Dist. Vaioouver Islaud.  No. 2S���������( < mmencing at a post plauted 8  in'l**s w. and 1 mile N. from a point where  he 50th parallel oro'Ses the Canpba'l rver  beina the s. A. ooruer thenoe running n 80  cbains, vr. 80 chains, s. 80 ohains,   ie. 8 >  chains, to plaoe of couinii. cement.  A. F������ Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt.  Take notice that 3,0 days after data A. F  Suthetland oooupation, lumberman intends  to sppiy to Hon. Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and VVorks for .a speoia! timber hi-  **nse over the following desoribed lands: sit*  ua'ed iti St\ ward Dist. Vanm-u or Hand.  ��������� No'. 21>���������O'Oiiuie'ionig at a post planted 8  miles W. a*>d 3 miles N. irom a ud c whe*e  the 50th parallel crosses the Canipb dl ri������**������r  hriug tho N. w. corurr ths'ioe runuing s. 80  ohains, a. 80 oh dns   v. 80 ohaius, w, 80  chains, iu plaoe of cu.miimioeiiient.  A. F. Sutherland,  tf onet Croat, Agt,  Take notioe that 30 dnys after Hats A. F  Su her and oot<upatiou lomberman in ends  to apply t������the Hon, Chief ('mnmissiouer of  Ltuds aud Works for a sp old timber lio.  euse over thn following desoiiM Und������;sit>  ���������lated in Sayward Ditr. V������nuouv������r Island.,  Nn, ,10���������Cimiiiumi oing at a p st planted 8  ni'lfs w and 8 mien s Irom a pilot where  rheffO It pat������ll 1 crosses tbe Campbell riv r  biing ties, w. uiirner diunceiunninit N. 80  o aim, K. 80ohaim, a. 80 chains,W 80 O'tanis  i u plate of comniMhceiiitint  A. P. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt  Take notice that 'do dtyt attar date A. F  Sutherland occupation lumberusD iuteuds  tt aoply to the II m Chief Cuinniastootrof  Lands aud w irks for * special timber license  over the following ilaioribed lands si uated  in Sayward District VauO.uver Istaud  No, 81���������Couimanoingst a post plauted 8.  miles w. aud 3 miles x. from a puiat wh*������e  thi- 8 th pa al el e taaes thn O mpbfll river,  Imlog n,r, oornerth������uo������ruutiiua.80chains  w 80 ou tins, N. 80 ohtitis, K. 80 Uiams, to  plaoj ot ouuitusntittuietit  . A  F. Suthvrlandr  Jaiweo Croat, Agt  Take notice tbat 80 days after da e A. F  Butbsrlaud ���������louuitwimi lumheruiaa inteutfa  to apply to Uie Hun Ciiief C uninisiiousr uf  Liodt a<id w irks fur a special ti uber J'c*  ansa oyer the following d^sunbo I ltud j sit*  nated ladaywsrJ Ui ��������� Vatomver lilted  Vt <l~'^tiftm?������'cviij atzitu*' yl������i***d 3  miles w and 8 mites v from a itoint. mthrt,  Mtb parallel oroeesa the Oampboll River,,  Mej ��������� a eorner tbenee waning tt 80 ohsins  w. 80 sMti, a 80 ohaius, t 80 ohaio^, to  plaoe of oommanoueot *  A F 8atbevlaiHt.  James Cross, Agt  Dated Sept. 90th, IW  ,*���������.*,- v.?  v.v tteAt-  ,f ,,* ^<&A>fr&AKlr44>94


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