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 Don't Forget the Firemen's Masquerade Balljf| be Given cm Wednesday, March 17th, 1909  .*i  THE CUMBE  The News, Eighteenth Year,  A Jifeurftal Devotfed Bapeclalty, tipdpie Xntmrmmtm of Comox District.  CUMBERLAND B. Cig|p^SDAYr MAR. a, 1909  Subscription ���������i.c  -1.1.11       .     rf 1  o a Year,  ..fr THE BIQ STORE..  You will find a large up to-dateand well assorted stock of  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  ' '<V|i]  New and Latent Deigns in the foi-"  lowing lines for 191)9 dhplaj,.comprising :���������Tapeatry and Lace. Cur  taino, Curtain Mus'ins, Curtain  Poles and Fixtures, Plain and Fan*  .   .   cy Window Shades   .   .  , A Splendid Assortment of  ....New Designs in ���������  WALL    PAPER  Floor  Coverings  Carpets andsCarpet Squares, Oil  cloths and Linoleums���������hoth print'  ed and inlaid���������Cork ��������� Carpets in  plain colors, Rug������.and Matp, Biw-ell  -CarlieLSweetiers, Japanese Matting  Bamboo  Awning  Screens.  Full Line of Paints  and Brushes  and all requisites for house cleaning at lowest possible prices   .   .  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd H "*?���������**������ ������*������*%  ���������* *     m*  m    -jn  Some Pretty Shades ofjtigraiii for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enat44laC\Alabastine, Varuish, Stains  and Baplac, which iMttke* bid furniture like new.'  I    and for 190ft *  Fishing  RODS  The Magail  CashStolfe  Takes Firit  Plaoe.    -  The J. N. MeLeod  FIRE^STCiGK   .*  . ��������� > ��������� ��������� .     ... '���������'���������  or rather what ie left of it   '.  is still on sale in the Gleason Building,  and will be for a few days longer,  while other arrangements are being  made to dispose of same. Get in on  the deal as prices are certainly less  than were- ever before charged for  dependable merchandise.  LEWIS BROS.���������& CO.  .   Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B.C.  "���������*  *m  STODDART  Jeweler  -mu* -+9-v* i*^^'lVWHjfvi  W&Smuir av^&b " cMmitf-MR.:,/'  <F  [Ol  m,  OE3  New Shoes  New Shoes  ammmmm**, ^e***    ���������  Ten Cases  Men's Women's and Children's Shoes.  A Splendid Range of Styles  and the New Shades of Tan.  We Can Fit You at Right Prices.  Jmrntman ���������     M  IP*** mmemm      __        _jf>m. ^amam.   ml    I jetmea*  .McPHEE fit SONS,  Dunsmuir Avenue "Cumberland, B. C.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUiUC CONVEYANCING  wmamm*  >* * H ��������� e ��������� ������* *  OUNiMum AYCNUk    CUMBERLAND, B. C.  -Tha SocfcH)aime given 1>y the  Undies of the Maccabees in the  Com berland Ballon the evening  t>f T^arsdaj of. last * week was a  jivwt *nj������y������W������ foudtifiH.T4w body  bf the liall-wa prettily decorated  in ike official oolorra of tl������������MHCca ���������  Iwes, red; white and black. At the  far ettd of the *4mll the '-Union  Jack" and ���������'Stars*and Stripes"  hung gracefully draped in flowing  {(olds, forming an archway- over  the entrant* to the stsge on which  setts had been eonfortably arranged for those who proferred to  view leisurely tho gsily muring  throng rather than participate  themselves, in tlio active enjoyment  of dancing.  Excellent music was furnished  throughout the evening by Messrs  U.Murdoek, 0, Parnlitin, W.Suth  erlnnd aud M. Marleltl. Dancing  bogan about 9 p in. hut owing to  the continuous stream of new arri  vals the GrandMarohwaspoatponed  till 10:10 when upwards of seventy couples took tbe floor. Rarely  if ever, hu the Cumberland Hall  offered delight to lueb a Urge  number of dancers and the elbow  room was at a premium, each and  all entered heartily into the social  enjoyment of the evening.  Mr, W.Hudson performed  the  Jut it* iil Vuaj. luaua^o. Iii Ufi  usual happy sl}le, Au inuoraiioN  which received well*tnerlted praise  was the lemonade counter under  management of Mr.Wlnniugliam  where 000! and refreshing drinks  were dispersed free to the thirsty  danoera. Shortly before* midnight  coffee sandwiches and cake of the  most toothsome kind were passed  rouud aud appreeiated in a most  prsfitfftftl manner, The Inner man  having been aatfstied dancing was  resumed and the light fantastic  tripped till tht wee ima* hours,  Everyone preewit voted the eve  itfug a lutg* meets* aad the La-|  dies of the Maeeabces art tobe ������o������  gratoletKd on th* unqualified soc  eess 61 tbla their maiden, veotnrr.  The proceeds of the dance will  be giveu to form the nucleus .of ���������*  fffnd-Wlnuld ar^d equip ������ gypxna-  shuu^ttd reading room lor .the  youug men of the town.  If the patronage' extended <on  liursdajr.-sveningrbejir. indax of  ptibUe sentiment In favor of having  such su institution in our town let  us hope that other societies will be  encouraged to emulate the example  of tho. Maccabees in railing ;/unds  for a moat worthy object.  A financial statomen t of receipts  and expenditures in connection  with tlie dance, will appear Ja the  next issue.  '     *****  F, JT, Perre, who is in charge of  of the MeLeod fire stock for Lewis  Bros, dc Co., will make a business  trrp to,Nanaimo and will return  Friday.  ���������       e un       *������. \.  Campbell   Brothers   have   in  course of construction a large frame  building which they will ocoupy  I a* their business premises   when  completed,  Elgins Range as Low as $7.00  Dr. I), E. Kerr, dentist, will lie  at Courtenay, March 4t.b..'iff 13th  and afterwards at Cumberlao.d. .  -Uwr  A cure for chronic cranks: ,in  the smoking lint. Thi '"Grand  Duke'" Cigar, manufactured, by  Percy K. Winch, Ladysmith. B.  (TVfr. Winch will visit Cumberland once a month in the interest of his business.  Cumberland Camp Woodmen of  the World are holding a social in  K.Tof P, Hall, on next Thursday  cveuiug.  *  m9m. -  FORSALB-One Oooke Stove  iind Iron Had stead, both in good  condition. Will sell cheap. Apply  News office.  All those taking part for tho med  alt to be given away at tha doling match at Courtenay on March  15th., are requested to send In  tbelr namea to Cuddy Johnston,  one week before the match.  Mrs. Jean Templar lias cancelled  her engagement in the Presbyterian  Church for March 4th and 5th on  account of the death of a friend,  Mre.Tompl������r will glvo hor illus-  trated lecture at a Inter date,  Mr, T Cartwright, formerly  with Itlggs & Whyte, of this City,  arrived by Sunday's boat to take  a position with J. M, McUod.  ��������� ������������������      e  JT.   N. MeLeod arrived home  from Vancouver hy Wednesday's  boat.  Mrs. Chas, McDonald arn'r.d  lionje by Wednesday's boat after  a several weeks visit to Vancouver,  ;.' .'��������� ������������������ ���������   ' ���������'   *   )  J. Thompson   returned   from  Victoria'by Wednesday's boat.  Quite a large number of-commercial men visited Cumberland  last Week. ,  C. II. Tarbell 16 building a warehouse iu rear of his main store.  Dr. Staplosvof Stettler, formerly of-this'City, arrived, by Wednesday's boat and left on his r -.  turn trip by Snndny's boat, The  Doctor is looking remarkably well  and spunks in glowing terms of IvU  new home.  At a mooting of the Police- Com?  inlssioners hold last, Friday evening, Mr. J. K.Gi'ny wis the successful applicant for tho position  of policeman. ,  ���������������������������..,.. ���������.,. ' ,  K. Grant, M, P, P, has secure I  an appropriation of W6,Q00 for  this district, Mr. Grant is to lie  congratulated in soutirfng such n  largo appropriation.  Mrs. J, Frame arrived hy Kr-  day's boat.  Mrs, W. Whyte, of Vancouver  was a passenger by Wednesday's  boat.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Blankets, Remnants, Clothing, Overcoats J  ���������������������������piilpiiiiiwp"   .  Juki three mora daya left of our io'days' atle.   Friday 16th positively the last day  Three Speoial Inducement* {pr the wind up.  ist���������Blankets.   We have just received a shipment of the very beat grade of Blankets, but  but lb uot wish to carry them over until next season.   Will sell them Friday at   ,  wholessle price.   A Beautiful White lilauket, 68 x 86 (8 lbs] reg $8, Wednesday ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� $6  A Beautiful White Blanket 64 x 8* |y lbs] reg $7 '��������� fg"  rind���������-Remnants.   Durluf our sale we accumulate a number of*ends of Uottoui;  Klauneletteo,  etc.    We will clear thens out at any price, Friday.  * .' .''������������������.  jrd���������Clotbieg and Overcoats,   We must clear these lines out within the next 15 days as wc  require the space fer New Spring Goods coming in.   tf  prices  are  any consideration  they wont last leng.   Now is your opportunity to get yourself a ueW suit at leu than.  half what you fty aty other time.  CAMPBELL BROS. .'taSerfan'4 Hm  b-HAtd Every   Tuesday  bv   the  Comsat   flk   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  . Tiiis'paper will not hold itself  rehVf'QBible for the opinions of oth-  ers, as may. appear in its columns  from time to time.  ��������� ���������         w-wc-   MtMx\i?m and  B1UT1SH XOUJMgU:  TH&  NEWS CUMBEK^-flJj*' ���������"-f  Xotioo ia hereby givep that Thirty  Ouj'B after (lute I intend: to: apply..4o  tbe Honourable Cbiet Couiiniaaiimer  of i.aods ������nd   Work, tor a* License to  Loca^ews.   u^.  All local it^ns;*of a husinesrfj  _|  tbe    Honourable   voiei   uouim>oq>vu������.        .,, ,���������__. .,_,__   ���������,  t,    j     i t������  ,    .        ,-t       Au'local uems..>oi. h. ���������wumw.       ������ ......  of Loads ������nd   Work, tor a* License to ���������**��������� ������������������ ���������.���������-,.",-. ��������� ������������������       ,, * ,   - ������������iS     J ��������������� ������**-���������':������-������������ ^'a���������.���������  prvsptet tor coal and   petroleum ������n- nature will be charged for at the What Zam-But* dl&lnA  dor the following deacrtbed lands and standard rate of ioc. a line. WesternHoms.  undar   tb������   foreshore and under the  ������,.������������������ 1_L__  water on the- lands.ia and. opposite   t ���������������������������������.. ���������*** -..  o^,^,.,..,,. 0.vm-rH t-^iot. nn-     e. 0. Emtio Pipe fitting and  General repairing.  TUESDAY,   MAR.   2,  1009,  Notio. is h������reby given that Tldrty  P.ys utter data I intend to v������lly to  the Ho.ourabL Chief C.ihm liioner!  of Lnndu and work., for n l.iot'n e to  pr������.f>eot for ooal aad petroleum un-  der tbe foroshare aad under to wa-  ter on the binds in aiid opposite Vnl-  <&s Iuliftd, Sayw*rd District, Uritlsh  .Columbia.  i! '������������������ Commencing at a poet, planted on  tiie sea befc*h at the N.W. corner   of'  Oape .'. Mudge    Inditin /React-<o post,  Valdes    Island,    BeywArd   Distriot;  thenoe due Best 80    ohain*;    thence  due South'  80    chaiwa;  ' theiice duo  West 80 cheiinB; theneo duo N>>rth 80  chain* to place of oommencerteii*.  D.tedtbis 38th day ot Janunrv. 1909,  MARIA .LANE PIUE8T. '  B. Priest. Agent.  wmvar on tan- nxu***. *u. ��������� ���������������������������������������. -mr-***--*  Valdes Island, Sayward Plstriot, British Columbia.  CommenoinR ni a post p������nt������a en  the aea' beieh*1Ml* southerly  Jrom  the N.W, ^oraer of Cape Mudm   In-  diiia Seie>vr   poat,    VaWae "iBlWid;  Sayward Mstrict;    thence duo   Eeat  70 chains more or lews to a poet on  tlie extreme Eastern tx>undary ot the,  eakl Indian Reserve; thence due south  80 chains along said  Eastern boao-  dju-y bf Indian Reserve; thenoe   due  Weat 70 chains; thenee due North ������0  chums to place of commencement.  Dated this 28th day of January. 1909.  ROY MACGOWAN.  ft. Priest, A������e������t.  POLLEGIATE  V        FOR BOYS  The laurels ���������     Belcher^treet  Victoria, BE.  ���������*. Advertisers.w.il^,- confer, a favor  by bringing in their ads, not later  than Mqnday, as this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following -Tuesday.-     _. ''������������������"*"'''    ���������'���������./���������.-  TH  Patron and Visitor,'  LORD  BI3U0P  OF  COLUMBIA  Har* if ji*������������ ilin.U������Kon ot fte wWo^  c! kiping a box of Z.������-Buk W.js hau^r  It is a true record ^K^^g-  ������hioh thi. giut balm wupat with-MgMy  >ti^tory re.ult. in every oue in jrtj*  lamttyi and *irii,f ��������� '���������* ^$*$&  0. J. Warn, of 907, Wm. Arena.. Wihnl-  peg, mak.* th. report a. follow.*-  ^ h^tf^S7^'   ^it,a^thrMGradualet������a.R.i.r  ���������Hht w*^go: iny frothy M ^*;4 *���������������'"  T^r>*V '    !   ���������   "l '  isS������������r,"s''*T  .  Nanaimo Hy  STEAMSHIP LINES  VICTORIA; NANAIMO AND COMOX  SERVICE.  \-  HaadMaatw  J. W;LAlNi>. iSQ , ikiA.; OXFORD I *���������*  Notice is heroby niven t'n������t Tuirty  Days after date I' intend t������ ir,.pJy to  the Honourable Chief Oonimi-aicner  of Lands aud Works- for a Unnnso to,  pro-pect for coal and pi������tro!������������>i.n uv-  der the following descrllxxl Uuida and,  under the foreehore ���������ttiw^'uii/fc'r ^w,  w?.ti;* on the lande in and owwaite-j  Valden Island, Sayward District, British Columbia.  ComunenciriK. et .a poet planted on  ,2 nit'oa*"tu������it;'������������*ly from  Notiee is hereby gireu that Thirty  Days after: ditte I intend to apply to I  the Honourable Oldet Commissioner  of Lauds Wd Works tor a Lioeme to  prueptot for coal and petroleum under tlje foreshore and undor the, water on the lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Sayward District, Brit-  Uh Columbia.  .'. .Commencing at ���������a- iioat planted   on  the, sea' beaeh at the N.W. corner of  Capo    Sludge    Indian  Reserve post,  Valdoa    Island,    'Sn.ywnrd    District;  thence due West 40 chains; thence due  South 80 chains; thence due Beat 40  ciuins;. thonce ��������� due North 80 chains  to place of cjmiuenoemeat.  DaUd thia 28th day .of January, 1909.  MAX.  MACGOWAN.  E. Priest, Agent.  .320 acres of land in Alberta or  Saskatchewan, to ogchange for  land anywhere on ������E & N" or,  along cbast from Nanaimo to Ovs*.  ter River, or Denman! or Hornby  Islands;. 'Reply full particulars  in first,letter to Lestock Forbes,  Stettler Alberta. .  . i  'Oity of Nanaima  Sitbjeet to change without notice  work, a fa.t������naii pi^^^^^  oaed th9:'Bei*i;i^-1&������$������i^^ -������..���������,-.,  He went;ttf,ftiQ^!^^'>?*^i|P^,l*fc n9*-***',  rtlted a aoctor, w,^������dvked.;l������ttWb������g taU^: w  draw euVtu. V������^'l:^!������.^^1^I -*-*-* T0 MBAI) MAiT1R'  .   .    . ' .liji. 'i-���������ii nnim'Tirbvement  utAtt  Madarst. t.fm. fer board.rs.  Prapertywo*'*** of fire a.r.. with .paei-  ���������la*rt"s.hoel iiiiiUlMS," .xtwive weraatia  Cad.t corjp. organ  ������g coast from Nanaimo to O^ ^^^^^1^^^  River, or Deiimah. or Hornhy ^ ^ ^ i; began^applVing ;R*^^������H  indsi-    Renlv full    particulars |'htimjeiaving ^Bpn^i^^ i;^- \i  be  r ���������  NOTICE:���������No   ads    will  changed after Monday noon of each 1  week.  Notibe is hereby giVen that /thirty,  | Days after date I intend .to, api>ly to  tbe Honourable* Chief Commiuiouer  ot Lands and, Works tor a Lioaoae to  prospoct for    coal-- and'petr-lenm ������n-  a Onr   splendid    tiew   stock  of  Spri ng Clothing now in, up to date  . in all..particnlai*8, Your inspection  solicited.���������Simon Leiser & Co. Ld.  ' The i3ig' Store.  ger  tho tfW. corner o<  Ca^ Mu^a   Ih- ���������      followingr dewribed )******  rti-afr'.nesorve'iJpp8t..Va!������������ ataad. "^ Sayward District awl being  Hav,wi-I Pi-ttnet. tbiof-^i'o **s*Vt. .W Quins������un River Indian Ro-  VO'chi.ina UK-re or, torn, to' ������ iwet;-bo*\.���������������J^. ��������� >.. .  ing tho X.W. rorhor-'ot-Y:: #?. ������������<>.  tho   .TOaRtorn   lioundaty.������������������"l^?x%.p^.  ..���������    ,.,..-. ���������.i.*^,*tM il������h west' 7C  no.'Ais SO ehAi!-ji;:ttiatic**'. dub" Vi'etA<'VQ:  chainr.; tJvirs duin Vctrt.h'���������.80 *"**"'  to place of oom������������u<5������w#nt,������������������."-;  Dated this 27th   day:ot'JaTVu.r". 19!ti  B, IMoct. .Afl^st.  New Spring Blouses now showing &t the Big Store. ;*.  Notice is h������reby   (tivfln  tb t.   Thirty  D.yB after date I  intend   to   rpply  tolnac������t  *..  ,-   m ��������� . *  I        m.   ,  pemnierielniB': * at :���������;'���������**',. Northi West  eo)rin,jr"-w o\ (satd Reserve; tbetfice   due  oatoyip^ jlB^^^rchalnsJ-moreJor��������� l������58~to __the_  Chain^P^erth ;Eeat fconwr" of aaid   Roeerve;  thenc* due South; 51;'ohaira more or  leee to thoSouthKa'et'eorrier of said  Reserve';] thenoe dtlo' ^Veit 75 chains  .'inbre' 6rvi������9S'to the],' So^th;:Vfeei'*cor-  :her of said Reserves on Quihsam River;    thenco    North RaBt^rly'   along  Qnlntflun Ri*er    to t-ho'-North   Weet  corner of Reserve pine* of'comjnonco-  Whitewear, Lace Cnrtains,Tape8-  tfy"Cnrtains,"Curtaiii Musiiusfand  many otber lines now showing at  the Big Store.  lm. leaving, WBpujUJt-e^'ifr.^r   \, {  ���������������T. e sff^tWii aIifio^^gW������>VZ^������y U...J aa g't ! \ l \\.\-\-\9W I >t>  ^ti^^i^������,:^^^^^i^:--       ������.  aUayed' ������U   itiflammation^Helh^ -.*A*en  com.nei.bedV and in a few day ihe,i������a.;; able  to reanmc work.,:   .. ��������� -,;;'   S?- ^ A  ���������  8U waekaagomy bojibandMr.:<J._ J������ Ir.  iafe while retnruing from* worfc qhite Ute  K^eniug;^^bitten ^a^dog,- ������ie  ������S?t2'h  &iratirii{tha a������h.^  hi.  came home ZanidJuk WM applied-������oc������he  wuTnd, and in a few day. the *������r*t**** wa.  Sand the wound thoroughly: healed.  8 ������A third inatane. of the  healing power  of Zam:Buk   waa provided when my bttto.  ������b!,yZ M a ������a.ty t-B-   . He i. five yesr. o^ ,  and waa play"iug one day when he fell, -tu*  i beadTtruck ou! sharp   atone, wb.oh cut, a  1 Ztv ������a������h.   A. won as 1 had waahed the.  251 awdtod Zam-.Ruk ia the g^W,  2nd it waa really wond.rfnl bow qaioklv it  MtievJ the little fellow's pain. .. W>thma  wwkthe cut--adeep one-ww quj.ehe.led  .   Iffivery mother Who; once proves tha all-  ���������and value of Z������m Buk. will never agum  be without it." .    .  . .  i      Mdit  Machines i;  Sale ;i  1  Far  V1CT03RUL��������� CO>������03C      XOTXB  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, ���������} a.-������. fo  Nanaimo,   calling at Croftoc  Kup.r  and Thetis Islands when freight   sr  passengers ofl'.r, arriving av Nanaimo  at 4 p. m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. tn.  for Union Uay Coinox and, way pans   ~  arriving jit Comox at 2 p. m.  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a.m., foi  Union Bay and Nanaimo, arriving at  Nanaimo at 2 p. m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday, 7 a. m��������� for  Union Bay and Comox, arriving at  Comox ������t 2 p. m.  Leaves Comox Saturday,   7  a. m., for  Nanaimo, arrii<-   at 1:30, p. m.  m.~  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., fe  Victoria, arriving al 9 p. in.  ���������ON���������  the Honourable Chl.f Cm ���������iisdoner  of L^nds aad Works, fer a Lio������rs. to  pro������p.ot for ooal and ��������� petro'eum ������.-.  Oor the following dewrlhed lands| stt-  Xtoin    Saywnrd   Distrl.t.   nrltteh  C<SnSicin,   ^.aP^ff^S  the eorner of Lot 66'. on   h������ South  loundnry of aald IM ������e;. ^c*d������  Boutli  tM. chains;    thonco   He   Wert  BO ohnlnaWe brntd������'to ***?������  TCast corner,  of    ^"^"Ji^'.fc  dian    ������������norve    lx>t I't; tl.onro   doe  Dated this 27th day of January,   190!).  OlitVIA-POTEST.  B^Prieat, Agent.  Mrs. A. B. Netherhy arrived  home last week from a visit to her  parents at Vancouver.  Notice Is hereby Riven thnt Thirty  Days aiterdate I bteud to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  ot Lands and' Works for a License to  project for coal and petroleum under thc folio-win* tloscrlW latvdn sit-  dtaB    ������������norve    im..*:  v���������   ---,?ato in     B.y^ard  Dt.trlct,   British |  North ������   c������ tVwrf-rt^'WMjt-SO   eolumMa  ������& to Ulaoo Of co^;^- I^Comme.  Medthismday^--^  B, rrie������t, Ajfoet.  N������t!oe U  h.reyb Riren thr.t Thirty  Cl*ys aHi>r d������t������ I inWd to   apply   to  th*    Honorablo    Chief   C mmi-rtioher  rt   Landa  aud   Works for n license to  proH|i������ot for ooal   and ' t>^'r-leum   under the foreoboro and  undiT   tha ws-  ior on    the    Inmls    In ami oppoelts  VaWori Tuliuvl, Sayward Diiitrict, BrA-  (,'i.iuiJK>iiciim at a post lOnntort on  'hu mo ttot.'^i !1 milw iov.t.hi>riy from  i'1 VW.'iwnsr of Cape MmlRe Gillian T'.mihi'vo post, Vsldof* Island,  Rnywrd Plsti'loti thenco due went  ������n (.'litihiH ; thence dv������ Houth BO  th%h *', tl'.w.ca ������lu������ on*'. RO chains ;  thonce duo north 80 chains to plnoe  PstodthwaSladay of Jiiuwry, WW  IS, Priest, Ageot.  i  olvmma.  CottHwmclnR at a post plaiitod at  the'S.R. corner of Timber Lonae No,  40; thonce duo West AO cha'aa;. thonee  due North SO chftlns; thenco duo East  40 chains; thenco. rt"* South 80  chains to place of, coramoncement.   ���������  Dated this 27t������i day. of Jnnunry, 1000.  HOY PHI-WST.  B, Prlost, Agent.  ...      -..UrnM  '\'^*tggUm**^fiA*-\,.' ,.,,    ^  The house ol' Riuneways was  estaWiahed iu  the  year   1836.-  Over  seventy years reputation"!  for quality and flavor.  Ottawa, Feb 28 ���������In the Coin*  mons this afkerhooti R, I, Morde ,  on a question of priv i.t'go, ngain  'bri'uumnp the inattvrof.tlu'C'ii'  Notico Is b.r������by givon W Thirty  vlu   af������r dsts 1 Intend *������W'\*  SU ������^������ Worta for  .   *Am*������*  ont  for e-.al  and potrne'im   un-       ...^���������{. ....  Vtn\r i-.triMtne nnd uod������r  th������   *n'LjBt������i forjjod telegram',   lie rea ,  ;,r ,;��������� *.b* 'r^'V^^Tr'hrttrshU,,nouUoinn.ont,u letterV������������������ l?  ZxlSSet' *^     Z *������u* onL S. H. Mats,,,,, uf tl, Oolonist,  '"''^''^Vi-nHHoAnriy^w by'Bishop Pfr.ln. KbaolvlnR tlm  t- 'rtxty^er ������*>*,a���������!%!a\ Colonist from bluiuo for tba. nU<ir-l  '������������������'���������'*   v ' "-1 '-   -- ......������������������������i������u������lrtl|tl||0f M,.,  Uyrdon's telegram;'  Sir Wlllrud  and  the members"  oi,  1I11.1 ghvi������nim������nt sido simply  simlud, aiid i������o leilwr "-**  Mu  0)i'  11 ,u 1 Bind as it's own vo unienlay.  Zim Buk is a pure herbal balm  \sovp* cuts, burns, bruises, sbeoesaeo, ulcere  ecseina, .cai^aore^^fngvr������TBJ7~oh������pped,-4  hands, cold.aore*. frost-bite, b; d  leg,   in-  tjamed patohe*,.eto.   It- also  cares piles  Une.l as an embrocation it will be found tu  removo rheumatism, ���������eiatiea, %nd r>eural)(u  All druggist, aod..stores,aell at 60c  a box,  or poat free from  Zim.Buk Co., Toronto  for prica.  FOR SAT;E--t,onr young bulls  pedigreed; one 2 j ears old; one 9  uionthsvone 7 months; and one 4  months;���������also Carman Sued Pota^  toes, 3c. per lb; Apply W. Jt  ilai-rigan, Minto.  TENDERS WANTED.  ��������� TENDEKS for the re-slungling  ii'f'Jhe ' Preshyterian Church  will  i'e received up to March 20th 1900.  Tenders to include all material required. Pin- further information  pply to undersigned',  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A.MCK1NNON,  '' Bec'y^.ofM,  .,Mr. K. Grant, M. P. P. u"  iold liis Cnmherland residouco to  J.Gatz.  i; gasy -Terms |  I '��������� ���������AT THE��������� I'.  ��������� News Office. ;���������  ������4.'l-tt U,U AIL1 JiJi  The AeV. Irt M. Hlcka  manac.  AL  HAKADKO���������VAKOOtrTEB.  8.8.     ������������������JOAN."  Sails'irom Vancouver for Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at 2 p. m. arriviug  at Nanaimo at 5:30p. in.   -  Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouvet  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m., arriv-  "ingTaTVaii������roreriiri^!3o'a."m: ������������������  Special     steamers      for      Excur  sions, and reduced rites for parties may  be arranged foi  on application  to the  Unit  Pass. Agent at Victoria,  Secure steamship tickets and  berths from  W-v McGirr, _City  Ageut, Coumtercial St, Nanaimo  B. C  Esquimalt and  '   Nanaimo Ry  mm**a* ******  TIME TABLE  -BOtJTH BOUND-Read Down  T. Whyte and family left by  Saturday's boat en route for their  home at StottW; Alberts,  If v VOU .WANT GCOD  PRINTING Gd TO" 'THE  NEWS'. FIRST-CLASS WORK  Mr, Slaughter of Slaughter and  Altken, returned froin. ��������������� . tliort  business trip, by Wednesday's  boat  For 1909, ready Nov. 15.1908  best ever sent out, beautiful covers  ih colors, fine portrait of Prof.  Hicks in colors, all the old leat-  nres ativl several new ones in tho  book,   The    best    astronomical  '���������Hicks Weather Forecasts.",;' By  mail  85c, on  news stands 80c.  One .copy'tree with Word and  Works, the best. $1, Monthly in  America,   Discounts on almanacs  hi'  quantities.    Agents  wanted,  Word   and    Works   Publishing  Co., 2201 Locust Street, St. Louis  Mo. Every citizen owe! it to himself, to his fellows and to Pt of.  Hicks to possess the "Hicks" fore  oasts,���������the only reliable,  rassenger Trains  BtatiMS.  W.liingtca,  Nwalmo  Ladyimltb,  0h.Hia.UBB,  DuDtan's,  Uewittbas,'  Cobbl. Hill,  Vi.lwria,  ''���������-���������'"   Sat,  Dally Suadav  No, 2 Ne. 4  Leave 1.00 Leave 16.0*  8.15 -������l.i������,  |,00 15 6S  10 06 10.68  10,30        '   17.08  10.49 17.32  Arrive 13.05 Arrivs 11.6.6  NORTH BOUND���������Read   Down  ('���������III!  ) it *,,'���������  , j.l,  .1.1  nnflt,        -.- .     ���������  ���������lV. .1    M e������VaJnM : *JnW������  .t ���������*)*,!,,.��������� tl-'t." <tu.������ T-������������*t  ,.,.,.    .)..������   North 80  .,. ,.f ��������� ��������� !,oi.'ii 'i7i-*nt,  '  r    ���������  *nf>o  \*X\TVMf  u:.|  V. '  mr* * t.'m*mmw. m ^^mr, mm ���������***������*������lk������MM������  V;,t ,.,  .,, i-,(.. Hy   *r\t/ou  that  ��������� i.rf  '     "      '    :J<. r^',; ,      \   .  V5U ���������������'iO'*P^i,fl lifetime with  your plino.  1* diobilr%W^������*'Wili;ti������ilop.; If you want,  , plaoo the character of which cannot be broujht Into  n.iMtlon, then choose i  i)..  ,,rit*r  I.i.'  ll  Thlr'y  ln������n>k W������ apply tn  I'        Ollllf      ���������V������>������ll|!������(ll*|H''  (,' l.i'.da n...l M'nilin for a Uwhs I  H'liipaut tot *vd nni tiidi'ilaum n.  d.ii thn diiHlt.ir. and nmW tlm wa  tw i;ii. t\,a lundi. In uait r-.\\pnnit������ Vnl  dw i.Uml, tfaywanl WSlrlct, Brltlnli  Columtiitt,  Cointnen'MnK nt n \o,t\t fUntwt on  Uv������ son \nmtb at tho W 1'. eorner o(  Vuito Muilgw Indian !!>������.,.( ,i������ pnst,  Vntdm Ifilancl, flnywaH lllatrlet, and  telnR olan Uie WW, eon.r ot L1������7i  FOi;,SAl.l{TSot!d. .���������l>otatoo������.  V.ivonton lluauly, sixteen tlayi  ������������������ai'linr ,;tl������n earlier than Karly  Rosa, an iinmnnse yioldeN Price:  r.-j.^riionnrlvifbyitllllwhliw"'  tago. Larger lots at.roducwd pH-  i>ns. Alt onlurs will vecolve my  iirompt attetition,���������U Ry������"������  1 Comojt, n.r..  Mr. K, Hunt nnd Mr.  V,  *>*  &COePianoj  w  iiW  ST������ro"d������* *"*h  4" fh"'n":   'mT?u\     air. r..������.         *  JS n.t "0 .'horn*; ^",/"; J22 l.ltthi. Inft by Satur.di.jrs boat tot'  zrzT^^^rz    ���������������������������m J  uh,ng   snl������1   wa   l^h to P<������������  ������' ],*OR SALB-Ope eow with  <!������H',  "TXCutf\'i Aav *** .faw.ri m Just 'recently cslvnd.   Appj  V-n  ^"rM.***  "^o���������^    David- PiokluM-Penman   Wand,  K. rrlaat, Afcat \j  (Jt r  (Made by Ye Olde  Ptrmo of  Httlotsman * Co., Ud.)  Behind Jt .t.������d. half i century of ���������xperience and the  endoraement of the world'a greatest  musicians.  ... IW me Idea ao -(mmAe pt.no me. i.-������fa-n.r^l  in Cnnn4n,"--Friedhelm.  lov Solo % Ms V^. W alH & UotJ.de  FARM FOR SALE. Situated  at Parksville, twenty niihu. from  Nanaimo, on the road to Cumber,  land, flvo aores oleared, fruit bear*  ing orchard, two aores, logs all  burned off, two news slashed, good  cottage, lathed and plastered and  | newly painted; chicken house and  I corals, luirsw Um, aud t-lhtr out J  1 buildings. Will *vll cheap for cash '  Tho farm consists of ten acres in  ' ill, fronting on salt water, Apply  to Nelson Parks, Parksville Post  Oflice, B. 0.   IH"������  ' "'  ' ' ll  NOTIOB  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any Hooks,  timber or wood, of auy deseriptiodn  liulonging to tlm Wellington Col.  Hery Oo'y., or from or off the land  of the said Company, will Imi pints,  (touted to the full extent o*f the law.  F. D. Little,  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery 0o,y.  Stations  yioUrlfc,   '  OU'I. Uill,  Cowiohas,  Dsataa'.,  (3htsnsil������s,  Ladyimith,  Nasaisoe,  vT.lltaites,  Psily V������\.  8������t.  Sun.  Ko, i     ������.. a  Lcove V.OOLitVu 16.00  10,40       ia.se  10.46 16.41  11.00 16.61  1162 17 SB  11.67 17.66  IS.aii 18,36  Arrive 18.68 arrW. 16 60  Special trains, for excur iii.ni,  and reduced rates for parties may  he arranged for on application to  the iJlot. Past} Agent at Viotoria.  Excursion Ticket! ori Ssle from snd lo  dl Stations, good lur going journey $>t\*  urday snd Sunday,, returning nut late  haa Monday. . ���������'  L. D. CHETHAM  District Passenger, Agent,  i loa Government Street,  VICTORIA, B.C.  iark Maaaa  OiTsicne,  0������tvaionT������4o.  ia.r������H.nj/!������er.|^!ara;  *nmg)iiat<a. THE  NEWS,  CimBEREAND. BRITISH  COLUMBIA;  y  WAOCSON'S  SJB-Oil REER  of ������cotch Whiskies.  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents for B 0  ���������M������M"1"M"M-Hv  Tool  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT.  We^ Algernon  H.  Stracy, M.  Neelin  Garland  and  Charles   F.  A. ''Pickinsoii all of the City of Van-  ',-.��������� ��������� couver in tho Provineo of British  'Columbia hereby give notice that  i .-. we proposo to build and operatP a' *pA_ 4-lm  : Jiramway in Rupert District, Co '  I'l.ir'iox Division, Vancouver Island.  .%'i> Tho'proposed ronteof the  line]  .*;Js commencing,at a point On  the  .   East shore of Nimpkiah Lako the  . vsaid point being on Section  20  Rupert District, thonce running in  a general Northerly direction to a  point on May's Bay on 13roughtoti  "Straits on a portion of May's preemption, being section Two   (2)  Township Ono (1) Rupert District  said tramway being a length of sii  miles more or less.  Dated this twenty-lirat day of  December 1008.  . ALGERNON H. STRACY,  M.NEELIN OAKLAND  CHARLES F. DICKINSON.  VehkksfJxtm^^  Incuftatots, Eke, Etc.  }i  l-H-I-M"I"M'Mi  and  Quality  Farmer..     (^^^^^^SS^d guaranteed  W^|������|l*jl.|w*j������l'{..*j..*{^w|. "~<2jLjfc^������ ^mmlmm^^m     **l*'l**l,*l**i'*l*'l"l**l**l"I'  Walworth-Rolston Co. Lt(l  H. S. ROLSTON, Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B������ C.  % '   **"    '��������� ��������� '���������'   ���������  -���������������������������������������������������   ������������������- ��������� .l|������ ������������������ .I.I.I���������Ull ���������  Se������-E. C. Emde, Agent, Cufnb������irl&nd, 8. C.  TRAMWAY COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT.  H������^^H^'M"M'"M'^MM^M^^^ll'M''t'^^''^,,  ;��������� Cumberland Livery J  land feed Stable...  ^������������������������������������ilBHnirM^HHBMMaHBiaHH  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  NOTICE is hereby given that tho  undersigned propose  to   build   a  train way from a point on the foreshore of Comox Harbour. Comox  District, Vancouver Island, situate  about 750 foet cast front tho South  oust corner of Lot 82, thence run.  ning iu a  general   northwesterly  direction for a distance of about  twenty tnllos to a point at the south  onsterly cud of Campbell, Lake in  the said District, aud traversing  portions of the following lands:���������  Lots 8 Uud 109, Suctions 42, 00  and 00, Lots 104, 127 aud  118,  Puntledgo Indian Reserve, Lot 11?  Sections 75, 74 and 73, Lots HU,  120  and   108,   Block  2'J,  snd  through Township 6, 7, 4, land  2, together with such braiiflh Jh'ies;  spurs, ellie trscks and feeders to  connect with tho said tramway ns  may he ueutiasary iu ���������mihiohi'iou  with the same.  Dated this 20th day of Feb., 1000  A. D. MeRAE,  THOMAS MeLARTY  R, L. CRA1U.  FIRST ,;' CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS  .  . . . .  HOTXCE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any person or persons���������except tain crew���������ia strictly  prohibited. Employees r.re sub*  iec to dismissal for allowing sara*  By order ���������  FttANCIS D   Littik  ���������      Managex.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  ONION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIR8T-OLASS  CANDY, FRU1TH,  CIGARS i TOBACCOS  V. Hunden  I UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service  between Vaueeuver,  Xanaino, Union, Comox, by tbe  stetl Clyde built twin screw  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vanoouver, Saturday 8 nm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 ������ m  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am,  ," "." Arrirea Comox,   Sunday 8'am  Returning:���������  Leaves Cones, Sunday 4pm  Lssves Union Sunday 5 p m  Arrives Nanaimo, Sunday 11 p m  ���������    Arrives Ydacouvarileaday 7asa "  Stage hare. Union tor Cumberland, every Sunday morning ou arrival of 'COWICHAN;" and leaves Cimoerland Hotel  >t 1 p m, oonneotiug with steamer at  Usion.  H  o  I  G  E  ������  in season at  -AND-  D. HUN DEN'S  wooa  and  1 Hauled  r Diinsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  11. C.  HENRYl  Cook's Cotton Root Compootd,  The fteet.UUrlM Tonl* not  .ttHL..***'*   *XltmH mXmmmm*  IRitwi.torwi*������hleh*������mtasaa  \,  TENDERS.  TENDERS will ho iWived hy  the undersigned up to VVednesdsy  evening March 3rd. for the building of ons store.  Plan* and spwdflwatioin may  be men at the ottioe 6f R. Grant'  ii Co. Tlio lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted, -<  W Grant 9 Cm.  For Ilo Spring Trade  Tested Stock, Seeds  for Farm  Garden, or Conservatory,  from the best growers in Kngland  Franca, Holland, United States  and Canada.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees,  Small Fruits, home grown  Fertlllleri, Bee Supplio*, Sprayin g  Materials, Cut  Flowers, etc.  140-pnge CATALOGUE FRKB.  M.   J.    HENRY  Oreeahouses, Seed Houms end Vest  Oflee Addre s,  8010 vxitmiriTiBmoAD,  Brenoh Nursery, South Vansouvar,  ' tW^mTmt**^���������9******.   '  Synopsis , of  Canadian   Homestead  Regulations,  *****. '���������"' ".fi.  , Any available Dominion Lands, within  the Railway Belt in British Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any person who  is the sole head ot a family, or any mak  over 18 years of ugi*, to thu extent ot one  quarter section ot 160 aores. more or less  ' Entry must be mails personally nt the  loosl land oflloe for tbe distriot in which  the land is situate. Entry by proxy  may, however, be made on 0.1 tain ooa-  ditions by the father, mother, son, dauab  ter b-other or sister ef and intending  homesteader.  The boraosteader is required to perform  the oondltions oonnectod therewith  uuder one of tb* following plaus;  (1) At least six months' residonoe upon  and cultivation of the land iu eaoh yesr  for three years.  (2) If the fatbor Cor mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader  resides upou a farm In the vioinity of the  land eutuifd for, the Myulf.ma^ts ,as to  residence miiy be iiidlafldd by tdbk person  residing with the fathor or mother.  (11) It till settler has his perman.nt re-  lidenoe upon farming lsnd owned by  him Id the vioinity ot his homestead, the  requirements as to residence msy be sst*  fli'd by rwiidonee upon the sstd land.  81s mouths'notice in writing should  be given tu the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Mention to sp  ply for patent.  Coxu���������Coal mining right* msy bo  eased for a psriod of twenty-one yesrs  ot an annual rental of 11 por sore. Nnt  mors thsu 1,W0 sores shall be leased to  ....................  *=F u n e ra 1==B i r ee-4  I tor  and   Em-|  balmer  ������ Rous r       RalsisiK    Reus w'  ft   tt   Fonndatlous  ft C������ref\ Ily Attended to.  C... berland,  J3. C.  ��������� NoUee is har*>y given that TWrty  Days after date I intend to apply to  tbe Ho������ourotlo  Chief  Commissioner  pf Lands and Works fof'a Lieebse to  proapijet'itir coal and petroltwni ua-  der''the'fo^cishoie and under tbe wfc-  t'er and upois tne land in Comox Harbor,  Nelson District,* described as follows;-  Commencing at a post planted about 25  rdiains iouth east ofaliesouth west  tor-  aer bf P. Collins claim;' thence east ���������5  chains;  ihence  south   about/   seventy  chains to the shore line; theac*  follow,  togthetiauesitiesof the shore, line to  place ef cetiunencemant, cdRflrining-a-  bout soo acres  Dated this 30th day of December l9o������  JANE MUN RO.  R.Ross Napier, Agent.  f*  Notice ls her������by given thai Tiilrty  IMjns after date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commiseioiusv  of Landa and Works for a License to  proepeet for co*l and petroleum under the foreshore and under Um *������n**  ter aad 9a the, land in 'Jomox Distriot,  desoribed as followi:���������Coumenoing at a  p^*t planted near the rest corner of the  Indian Rueerve, Coniox Hirbuir; thei>oe  west 63 ohains*, thenc. north about -X)  cha'ns; thence easterly following the sia-  aosities of the shore line  to plao. of coram"inc^mont.  ooitainibg abont 100 aeres.  Dated this 29th d.y of December 1908.  *' ���������''������������������': ���������: '':'p: -..    M. A.'NAPIER!  R. Rosa Napier, Agent  KetU. at horeby given, that Thirty  Days aiter date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief . Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a Lieenee to  ptoarpect for coal and petroleuxa un-  der the foreshore and u'uder the -water  sad ea the JatwJs Ju Comox flarheur, dte-  oribed aa'fellow.:���������C.aimecoiDg at a peat  plaated tt Mm .oath east oornor of fierau-  .IWpene^'s claim ou Goose 8pi������; tbenc*  aouth I0|pkaina; thenoe west 65 u^wins to  heshor. lias;  tbesce about 26 ch������ins  north westerly, following Ibe; siyuocities  i the shor- lin<; thenoe ner.h 35 chains;  thonce eift 80 chains v  to place of '.oirim������icem*ct,  oeataining about (530 aor -e.  Dated Ihie Wthday of December 1CG8.  I .rERCY IX)LL1N8.  . ,   ., .   R. Ross Napier, AgtnL.  Notice.; w hereby given that Thirty  JMya-aiiiNL.date_l_intend_to:,iipp_ljr_.t������>_  the Hoiiouratle Chle/ Commissioner  of Land*'and; Works for a Lioeuse to  prospoct for coal and petroloum undor the tor who re raid under tlio wa-  er and on the lands in Comox Dis.nct.  described as follows:- Commencing at a  post planted at the north west corner of  S.Spencer's claim; thence s<Vth 66  chuins; thence west'80 chains iheiue  north 80 ehaini; thence cast S3 chains to  the shone line; thence following the sinu-  otities of lne shore line to the place of  commencement, cnntaintng about 600  acres. ''  Dated this 29th d.iy of December 190S  E. SAGE.  R Rom Napier, Agent.  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and hIso 20 tons of potatoes; will  60II cheap.  Citiu Yeuk,  Sajidwick.  Notios ie horeby given that Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to  Uio Honourable Chiof Commianloner  of Lands and Works for a Lioenira to  prospoct for eoai uud petroloum under'tho foneliore luitf under the wa*  ter ond upon tlm land in Cumox HarWnir,  sod dotoribod as follows!���������Oomweueing  at a post, plsntkd at the south west corner of R, R. Nspitr's olaiui; theuoe east  80 ohains; tlinnou sou'h NO olmlii.; thano.  westSOohsin.t thonoe north 80 ehrins;  to place of citniinoneenient  oontaining about 640 aores.  D.tsd this SVtb dsy of D oembsr 1008.  B. W, HAMMOND.  II. Roe. Napier, Agent  S'otice is horeliy giveo tUnt Tbirtiy  Days aftor date I intend to apply **n  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a License te  prospoct lor coal and petroleum xm,  Atr tke foreshore ami uisdor the ������*>  ter sad on the leads in Comox Hsrtaur,  Cowox Distriot, dceribed ss fellowe:���������  Coniraenoi.g at a pott p'anted at the  north xteul ooruer of M. A. Nnpier's  claim; thenoe south abr������t 60 thnins;  thene. we������t about 'io ohali������ *, thenoe wee-  terly foil wing the slnuositto. of the  ���������bore line ta plaie of oommeuoemeot.  coutainiug sb -at 875 seres;  Dated this 80th dav ��������� f DeosariMr IMI.  G. K. E. NAPTBl  R. Rose N-tpier, Agent.  Notico is hereby given that Thirty  IXiyw aftor date I intend to apply to  ont Individual or oompany.  A royalty th������t "ono^a'de Chiof^^ ^'"n^^'nieiiticnnuming ������bnui64n scien.  Notico Is hcrvby nlven that Thirty  IHiy 1 nftor date T liitrtncl to nplily i<t  the Honourable Chiuf Comn'sHioivir  of 1*ikIh and Worka for n Lnvmn. to  prospoct (or coal and pMrolomn u������-  ilcr the forcshoie and ur.drr the '*ttcr  nnd upon iht lands known nt \Vhio>  RlurT Retervt. Comos Diitrict, ilrsnihfd  as follows;. Commencing at s post plan-  ird sbout an chains east from the Wett  Knd of Guoie S pit, is Comox !!,irbnur|  ihence north le chain*I thence tnA lo  chains; thesct south 80 chum, thence  wost 80 chains to place nf enmrnenue-  Vancouver.  B.C.  followi**Coti!inencing at a post plsnttd  st ihenortlieist corner of It. R. N.tpiir't  claim; ihence east io chains ihence  south 80 cluini, tlience wet- 80 chains  thence norih eighty chains to the plarc  of commencement containing about 640  ������f"rM  INSURANCE.  Five    and    Life   \ m  ^mmm^SSSmmm^^mSmm^m^^mmmmmSimiimmmm  Tor Uig Uvtluclious for  Fire Insurance call and get  rates before insuring.  Wesley Willard  Agent forthe Royal  When In Courttnay  The Courtenav Hotel  Every eonvenlenoe for |uesta.  , The Osnti at Hotel fer Ipertentn  Nona but thc Utst of Wines and Liquor*  tt tht hit.  9 Aim        RtABONABMt  John Johnston,    Prop  itthewteo'rflw'oents^r'ton'shsirbe ^^!^^iJL^STS  ���������   . .     ,. .    \ ,,       ,   1   j iiruepect for coal and pelroleum un*  oolltottdoa tho m.rcbsntshlo eoai mined '     ,   ,     .   ^    ^ ,.    ,��������� ,.,  W W CORY ' lurekhore nnd under ihe w^ier  Dsptity of the Minister of the Interior'������"������'on ������h������ '������nd k���������������\** JWhi������������  "'f  N.B--Uasutborl������edpublleatlonof this Reserve^tonws District detcr.bed S.  advertisement will not bt psid for.  '  NEW YORK *  CLIPPER  IRTHIMCATMT  THEATRICIl I $HDW PAPER  I" THI WOULD.  tUQhrYw,   SJ1* C������fl, life  laaeao wastLt.  ���������ampli Oopv mn.  FaMiQUnawi.w.dM),  IW...I.I.M IIUH  FOU SALE  Jersey   hwll eel vet   from first  pr!** stock.-��������� AjiplytoWtn. Don-  can, Sandwick.  i ������  Dnted this 99thdsy of December   190  K. ROSS NAPIRR  Notice it ������er������*f ttinm that  Days after date If  Tiilrty  Intend to spptp So  the Ifoonurakto fblet Cr-winvtwdonef  of iMnda aud Works for a License to  pre.apect for eoai aad pofcrnUum un-  der he f������r*������.h re an<t ������in<'������r <a������ wa'rr  .nd upon tlie lainTs la Comrx HnrVuir,  No'i.a I'lttrf't, daserltM������d .1 ffdlowi,���������  Oemmtneliig st a pot) -llnsttd at tbt  south watt oornsr of M. R, Unstes's  *l*{rf tbariea  *nnb ibnrt  4(X ^li.lm*  Dated this soth dsy of December tool \\baaea west about tl ehtlisi ibtnoe M-  IIAKRY ATHRRTON  R. Hots N spier, Agent  Get your Job Printing  L^V.!l!!L^^'<lone at thc News.  OLD   NEWSPAPER*  FOR  SALE AT THE Naws OFFICE-  cenUperHCNDItKD.  Notice is hereby given that Tblrty  : Duv. sfter dat* I Intend to apply to  . the  Honourable  Thiol  Commissioner  'of;Lands and Works for n Uemxm to  prospect fur coal and petroleum un*  i der the fer������th'*re and under tbt wal.r  tod en tbt laud* in Coss������t  llatltent,  Saltan Dittrkt, d������teri>ied ts foltews:���������  Oommtvoieg tt a p tt pis ted at tea  ninth wtt eorntr of r. iv.lin's .daiuiij  thenee north about **A thsins; tlie ri>!  west80chain*; thette e������tli  ������b������ut 111  chains; to tht shore llpej thenee follow,  ing tbe ftonoaitiet of (be ������hor������ lie.  to plan of enaMn������n<*������M������nt  eaelaiainff sheet Vi) scree  fitted thit *Hb day *f t>teeflib.r ItW.  M. B. HtTRTOM.  II. iettN.pwr, harm',  lowing thtsiaaotl i<s el the tburt Use te  plies of oontMaetsitat, eea^siai- g ah������n|  IK) tore*.  Dated this (WtU dsy tt December Ifc*.  R ROftft NANRU.  Nntict is htrtby given thst thirty  days after dstt I intend to apply to the  Hon "hitf Cnmmii-iiener of |.*iid������ and  Work* for a licence to prnt ject for toil  and p troLum wider the foretlere aa|  11 v'er tht ws er and oe tbe Itodi baoem  sWftiUbteff R.MTVO, t^tioi Dt.Wi.|,  dfterilo-laa IMkvsH-C. ���������weeing .1 a  ttftei tjlattltd s| 'hs ������on������h west e.tr.er at  H.. tt. X.pipr't tithe; 0**nre etai *A  ehstati tbe.ee earth tb* ut M ohtinti  theoee e������tt#riy foiUwitg tke tisseetiias  .f the More hne t* the ������������������Mb wtt* tw>tn.  dtry ot Et, Nt|ier'o tlaia; ihetw������  eoutii timet IB ek*itt to |.1mw of  e raKtfittMMi, e>������Uiaief  tm*** et*  *t*m*.  Dtte>ltUt 199 dey ef Ve**m et t������oa.  aAWXL artMun.  ^m* W^WW mmm^jmm9* t s������  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  IT  WILL  PAY  TO  WATCH  This Space for a Few Weeks.  It means mOney tb you. I will be putting on the market here in a few weeks  the balance of my sub-division known as BAY VIEW; 'It will be sold under very easy terms; you will have~ a period of two years to make your payments in, and the rate of interest will-be very low. You must remember that  all the good lancl in close to the -CiMof Vancouver that is suitable for small  holdings is being rapidly taken up anqthe price k advancing" very rapidly; this  will give you about the last chance to invest at a low price and under such la- ^  vorablc terms. We will qhange this Ad next week and tell you more, tq keep BJ  your eye on this space. ,  v H  Sf:^:^>"-:V;'::rSs^i  .1 ��������� t'i*������\r:H'<'-.-'jir>.<S.'li.U������k i-M  E. Mil. BAf^HTl8t CO.  yen iinwwmY 1  U  There Is only  one Bowil  That name is your tfuarantee  that the article you buy really  does contain all tbo nutritive,  stimulating and flavoring  qualities of prime beuf.  Do not be induced to accept  some otber preparation in place  of BOVRIL.  FOR PALI ���������0 e portable boil-  er und engine, a id sawmill complete,, guaranteed to cut 4000 feet  per day Will sell for $800. This  is a bargain. . ^For parieulars ui-  ply at this ollice'".  NOTICE.  Order Bovril Now.  Notice is hereby given that all  debts due me in connection with  the. New England -Hotel aud other  wise must be paid immediately to  my attorney-in-fact, Mr. P. Phillipps Harrison, Barrister at-L*W  who lias been authorized by me to  Respectability wears >vhiterobes  of superiority and is tin of her  .irtues. Keeping within the pale  oi hii'iiiau la'v sho bleaks the l,aws  of tb-r*- liner code of*tlio soul. With  I'l.;'.:':f.:i!! ."oMijilu'c^nvy gho witl-  <'>���������:-.:%���������: htr tiding* .'''JiirtH from C0������-  ������������������ {���������[ wit'ls oiiiiiu, Shu ait* serine  void tuif-appoiiUod m the seat.ol:  iud-'iiieiit and duals out hard con-  m        Ti .....  cVmmaii'n on tho oilfiiders a-  gainst human law, 'tl.'e; crimnals,  tho outcasts of Society.., But all  the Crimea of eriinii*;ila in any city  (.>.��������� Stale, massed-'to'^otjior- and awr  ful as they'limy be, cause'but. a  very small part of the i5iiflvring,,of  life and affect hut a small fraction  of the'people compared with tho  crimti* of rosjieolid''lityv Let us  j'falizo thut it is from the regular  army of rqifpccUhiliiy that life's  greatest sorrow conies, not from  the .sciittci'ed skii'iniidiers of crime,  ui! .:��������� Ji','.*r: ii 'io'v jllustration, a  ;..��������������� ���������mv'-i '. fi'J a noble inspir  ,���������."���������.'.,,���������: '. r,: ������v, simpkr liv-  collwet and sue for tlie Bame.  THOMAS DWYER  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE, that I Thomas Dwyer, intend to make application to the Hoard of Licensing  Commissioners at their next, sitting, for a transfer of the retail  liquor licence now held by uio in  connection with the Now England  Hutol, sitiiatii on tho East Half of  Lot 3 in Block 8, on Dunsmuir  Avenue, in the Municipality of  Cumberland, to William'.Gloason  of the said Municipality of Cumber land,  THOMAS DWYEtt  by i'n's Attorney in-fact,  HENRV REIFEL  r������ <ax  '���������.<: '..-ntioVlon a thousand  i me '.  ������. ii would  tl nil  - "nail porciuitago have  iv������i 'ar' \������uoil hy deeds  i r. .   'net by nny acts pnn-  ; '���������i 'uifMKit  In*',  yit  from  i, inmcosmuv, iitipniiUh"-'  ��������� i;.ii;iii-.i.   n.d   lujustioo   of  ������������������lay llfo iionn. is 'eyor long  ;..*'      ���������['������**<  ��������� i   '   ;'<*'eHi  NOTIOE  NOTICE li hereby: given that  I intend ut tht: next meeting of  Hoard of Liceuing Commissioner*  to make application lor a renewal  of the Hotel retail liquor licence  held l>y me in connection with  New England Hotel situate on  .Dunsmuir Avenue on the East  Half of Lot 3 iu Block 3, City ot  Cumberland,  Dated nt Cumberland B.O, this  9th day of February 1909.  Wiuiam Cuason.  "���������Iln.- nf reapoct-  t ]^"x<r.Ji envy,  '������������������������������������ -���������. i'.vj'���������*.>ify,. sciu.dai,  s������ i*. , . ;i ii.lui! iti.'JiiiiitH'U'K and  i i.'siit.?, Jyinjf, M������������.'j|������irr li'sH, tin*  c.,,1 ,u: .u jih^nictit, .icltiihiioss  t'pii-', nigral untie,  n host of others.  JAKE NOTJCK, Umt I intond  to, apply I*-* the Board of Licence  Commissioners, at their next must  ing for a wholesale liijuor licence,  to sell liquor by wholesale, at my  pi'oniii"!* siiiiuto 011 Dunsinuir  Avonuo, iu the City uf Cumber,  land, known and described as Lot  U in Block7.  VJOTOUBONORA.  treachery, nud  B, Grant M.J\ P. and Miss L.  Orsnt arrived from Victoria hy  Friday's boat,  iUK SAI.fci~Unu wolfhonnd  hitch, $20.0U live wolfhound pnps  15.00 for bitches, and 57,50 for  <1i>I>'m; apply at Crusmery, Court-  onny,  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  T. TANAKA. PROPRIETOR  ���������  11      '  Indies' tnid Ocn.tlemen's Suits Made to Order  * ��������� *.*��������� 1wm If������ to ������35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  etcssseeet������cwefcf <*>tecc������eecccc���������e������ sett  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital. 83,900,000  Reserve, 54,600,000  Assets,   846,400,000  Deposi-h, $33,700,000  : Money Orders =*vs-  t  I  I  Issued in Dollars, Potinds Sterling, Francs, Marks,  Rubles  r Lires, Kronen, etc.������������������  Payable All  Over the World.  Money Paid by Telegraph or Cable.  ......FOREIGN MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD.  Savings Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  MADE IM CANADA  A. B. NETHERBY,  TEN HANDSOME  CHINA   DINNER   SETS  GIVEN AWAY.  We are placing a numbered cbupon iu each 49 lb sack of  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR that leaves our mills. Savs  your coupons, and compare them each month with the lucky num  bers thatwill appear in this space ili-the first issue of the month.  Ten persons will each receive one of these elegant ���������presents'without cost monthly, The numbers will be announced iu the first  issue of the mouth. AU tbe perioii holding a duplicateof these  numbers has tddo is to return it to us. and we will deliver free of  all charges, a handsome 109 piece dinner set. You will ��������� find all  the details of the contest ou the back of e.ich coupou,  Iu buying ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR you will secure  the most delicious, nutricious and healthful bread flour on the inar  ket. . Manufactured by      ."'"'���������  Vancouver Milling i Grain Co.. Ltd.  ,W. H. Stringer upholstering,  Mattress .making and repairs; now  Lounges and Mattresses iinade to  order.  Orders taken at the Furniture  store.  If rumours prove correct' thim  berland willvsee quite a building  boom this coining spriug,and sum-  iner.  Milling 4  VANCOUVER,  P. C;  M������������$l)������3Xs^^  The Pilsoner Brewing Oo, aro  tusking good progress with their  new brewory,  '   ���������������������������������������������. ���������  Don't, forget the Scotch and  Canadian danoe on Wednesday  evening at Cnmderland Hal], a  good time is promised.  WATCH  THIS  SPACE  Mrs, James Whyte arrived by  WedriesdSy's boat.  1   '��������� 1 ��������� a ������ inii ��������������������������� '  Mrs, T. Hi Pieroy of Denman  Island, arrived by  Wednesday's  boat and returned Saturday.  THE MARCH ROD AND GUN  Fish   and    Game   Protection  work throughout Canada forms a  prominent topic in   the March  issue of Rod and Gun and Motor  Sports in Canada, published by  W. 7. Taylor, Woodstock, Ont.  In addition to a  sketch  of the  meetings of the North Ameridau  Fish and Game Protective Association,   the  organization   os  three provinces also receive at-  tentiou while in Ontario it like-  -wise-comes-in~for-special-treat���������  ment. Although so much spacs  is givep'lo this important work  of aiding the conservation ot Cau-   <  ada's natural resources, sportsmen will not de disappoiuted in  the' usual fare provided for them.  The Hon. Chas. Scott tells in  graphic language of a successful  moose hunt in New Brunswick,  while the Finest  Huiit  of the  Wolf River Hunt Club is one no  sportsmart will read unmoved "An  incident os the wolf hunt  now  in progress in Northern Ontario  should not be  overlooked, while  Dr, Hornaday's Ideals of Sports*  ihauship will recommend thom-  selves to all, These ideale will  bo  cherished, aimed at and worked  up to and cannot fail  to  have a  marked effect on on the fnturo of  sport throughout  the  Northern  portion of of the continent, A^le-  Hcription of  British  Columbia's  new game preserve,  with   many  other articles, incending a particularly good one on Fur Trading %  With Indians in the far North,  departments replete with information and, a special account of ,  the Hamilton trap shooting tourna.  ment, mako np a number appealing to every lover of the great out*  doors and one full ot vivid interest  to them all.  ������..!  ������������������������������������������������������4MB*,  Km*wMM$m^mm������$ tox&twxxMaata^^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������>  While hi Cumborland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats and Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Webster, Manager.  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LAD|E8' TAILOR-MADE C08TUME8 A 8PEC1ALTY  SUITS mflDB TO  OftDBR AND  IH ANV STYLH YOO ttllSH.  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B, C.  ������������������������������������������������������MM  ������������������������������������������������������  I   MMM  ������������������������������������������������������������  l������������.  @r  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  1  hfm.  A genu for Union Brewing Company's BURR and  PORTER. Wlmtoale Pe������������leM In"all Kinds of  Wines and Mquora.,  SECOND    STREET  NEW GOODS  Another consignment of OHEFFONIERES and DRESSERS, iust arrived.  Our stock of LINOLEUMS and WALL PAPERS is the  best assorted in tbe district  We invite your inspection and solicit yonr patronage.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  9m**rmmym*mmmm������mm\***mm*mm*m*mmr������**mm  A* MbKinnon  ���������������������������      WWW.I.III..  i������������iii������H  t


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