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 i  -���������A-' -  Legislative  MAD 28 j&^f-^*--*?  >3.3  A Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  'sfc  CUMBERLAND  B. C, " TUESDAY,      MAR. 24    1908  w The Enterprise, FiraYsARi  At The BIO STORE  We are now showing aM the popular lines in  Dress Goods, Panamas,   Chiffon   Broad  Cloths, Shadow Plaids, Armure  checks,   Lustres, Tweeds  Sicilians,    Eolienes,  Serges,    etc.,  ���������etc.   etc.  ������  Full Lines-of Dress Muslins, Organ-  nri'lit's and Fancy Mercerized Cottons  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries 3^^~,ttS5! Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods.  CAMPBELL BROS.,    Dm-w^v*  Now is -The T\n\t,  . Old Work ma.le NEW  by  THE CUMBERLAND PAINT WORKS  -House Painting.   Paper Hanging,   Sign Writing  and  fllcbeod's fiem  Store.  We are getting nicely settled in  our new premises and have put in a  fine line of  Latest  Style  In Hats,  In Clothing,.  In Boots&Shoes  If its nciu, tu* have tt, If -Be 7ia-ve it, its new  ������ Simon Lesser & Co. Ltd. Cumberland,  BUGGY   PAINTING,   a  Specialty.  Pest of Material <md "Workmansnip.  WORKS, COURTENAY, B. C. next McPhee's Store.  HEK.ALJER and PARKINSON,   Proprietors.  Yoi^r inspection invited.  J. N. flcLEOD,  Dnnsmnir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  The District Member.  Mr   Grant   Ini������rv;ewod   on  tiie Work of -Session  Mr. T. Leeman is ,tiie{ winner  of the Dinner Set.  the Magnet Cash Store lends them all  "T.   E.   Bata  O-'Magnet Cash Store  t$s*r inv#tWfm#um������������'ivmv������fM  0\  *e*a*tmntmmmme  J. N. M:L?ocl is tin winnor of  the Fancy Hearer.  ������������������M���������������'��������������������������� ���������������. mmii .11111 WI iwminM^ii���������*mmmmmsm**mmmmWW********  T,   E.   Bate  Believing That   boibo  items  of interest to our readers, our loacal mem  I ber, Mr Robert Grant was interviewed on his return from Victoria.  Mr. Gram was found in good humor  in (1101 ihe best of humor at getting  baok to Cumberland to attend to priv  . ate -business. The business of the dis  Uiot wns always a .pleasure and very  iiu|)Oriawt but it 'was uioe to bo at  homo  or  ���������ally  bout ivtiu u.L>i>oii(tnu.>nl of the lioenov  eowaiiiwioners 'for the city.  He Hinted, I suppose uo doubt tlio  ���������tho a,ppoinimoat8, uoiUraij to the oi*  tyj rooummeudaiioiis 1ms caused considerable discussion in some Quart-  ore. On previous years, if I ninem-  1  thorntbwarte. An {important bill li't*  that dealing with tho government  lauds should bc brought iu by a gov  ������rnu>eu: to mbor. You sao I could  vote neither way when the bill was  thrown out.  Mr. Grant enjoyed, tho session -very  iauch and 'thought  the provinceJK43_  j-to-be-oo'ngratulatod"iIp*uTho goucr-  I al work of the session.  The Liberals,  had practically endorsed one of tho  most important measures of the gov'  ernmew, namt'ly tho bill to ratify a-  gceement 'between   the   government -  and  the   Grand   Trunk   Pacific.    It-,  was-un agreement so advantageous to0  tbe iproviuce that the opposition. J ad-  er frankly admitted that be oould do  ttotiflngljut commend-its gouT*] pra  oiple.      lt means tlut during     tho  coming eeaous ihe Grand Trunk Pac-  itta   rnn..mi     ������������������      ������������������  0  k_ ,_.   .     ..wiiiii Riuug tno'urand Trunk Pac  uuujiauv uui 11 was uioe to bo at    (��������������� ,_,,_i ���������������������������,*  .,,���������,      . * " "r ,,  o^eaud attending; to >ta-tat������������u .glSS^  f Messrs brant ������ Mouuce.. thst Mt 0, .   ch{m   t ouft u  tf.tiurally, tf';. Grant was asked a-  ^ a8 touhw���������u ^hfl ���������r0,h,ee t^lUh  "  3,5000 aores of tcowuslto lao-1, making  6,000 with that -already ret dned from  tho    Kaien Island dual, and at     tho  same,time thoy received #2.50 au aero  of tho wholo ana.   Wij n xvi consider  townaite vaiu*s ui .Vauoouv.'r to-aay  ,   - -,-���������   mvt oaiuparc tbem with .what,   th. y  ber oorreutly, 1 waa always notlUcd may u? in 'Prinofl fiuoirt in twenty  of the oouu������Ui n..comaieiidotionn.but ^munlro muow, it *��������� iajossiblo    to  e������tim������t������ tbe value of this groat pro*  tllndiul asset.  Alter fhnukiuK Mi. Grant for his  k nd liitormotloii  tlio  roportir took  his departure f-'eli'i-g that   ho  soourod vwluablo informailon.  ������?W-99������N^*?9������9*9f^Wf������������ W*mWW*������������������99$������*-������*W  500 Hcindped  ,m.*������mtmtmm*mmmmmtmmmvtim^mtm*m*mtmimmmmmmmwmmtmmmtmmmmmmmmw,m*  Samples  of Campbeirs  New Spring  SUITINGS  , on 11 a ml to Si-loot froin  On)) mul h*r������V"iir Mtmsnro for  fov your Suit  Want Golumn.  'WANTED-A Tivclitr for tbrx  I'rlnrry 1-lvMoi 0 h- Ou'tiboil ud  Publlo ,'ichool Ai'plknUoin to lm  in by M'Tli i'ini, 'M. D������'i������������  so In-all April at (Wa. bahry  ��������� B0    ji*i ni-11 It. Apjil    ti  'I'll   CA .(.!'���������: r, B'-ero arr>  Cuwli. il'iul  V,  Q  WANTKU at this off loo a Good  .lob 1/rluii.r. \vill p������y m*d wngcn  10 tin. pr pir party.  FOH  8AUR -Bovnn-rX'oniDil  ft  I Fit   Guaranteed  A Full KangtMif Umdyto.xxQnr *  Snitu of tli" Banc wull.!<u*j\vn Uriuiil, v  i|  INSPECTION     INVITED |  *-- <w*iwi������ **   ,m#-mmaam<  m *i***mm*Anm������Mmbaaa������ **h  J McPhee & Sons J  mm-mm   ���������WiiiiwilwnWtl*' ili.i^ m������t**mmmmm**m**m*- mm���������.���������1���������.���������mmmm****-***: will iwiiimii������wi ���������*������WBW'������������������������i"WM������M������WW������*'������W^"WW������M^*������WM-WM^'������l^  ::   Slddall,   The   Tailon.       >|01������������  B ii'ioo' I md umt tho coil rttibta  for 11 iH'rtx of I in i. Vat purtio*  nlum I'pply to .loltu  IJrquhirt oC  Coil. Uu y, U. a  f 17J buyt a good lot In tho oily,  . , * .., t������- , ��������� .* A ***** met # * MMNI  flinponi.rrniilpr b n a fow ji?������t of.  fie* bu 1 m ro 11 at lit oiiu������ \ur  U������i������rt������������i'. B p 1) ni,  >iiii������ yonr tbey were very slow about  MMialing word. ISlits ativrneytgnn.  oral referred tho matter to mu aev-  erul vloies but 1 kept putting h.m off  uniil 1 t-hould bear [tout tbo oity. A  little loiter ha oama to uo wiih Uie  two Domed endorsed by th-> council,  mArbiid reooivtii uo notlfloaiio^i from  tho city at that time aud wji* utlio  attorney g������l'iK,raI preRpnted tho two  uanios to uiu, jt atruck uo that my  approval appeared uot to b* r.'auired  by tlio elty. and that tbo oommlwioti  era were b*'ii>g apjioliilud without ro   .������������������_ , f(,ronoo to ino on thu jiart of tho oity.  ��������� 'I''looked over tho oauios with thi) at   , tonn.7������gtwrtil.  I oLJcotcd to thai of  WaaWnpitoB. D. 0. Mnrch 21-Word Mr. llariiaon ns bo U tbo o������Jy eaMi  r^-%  ������������������   T/V'-". ���������   ������  loaohod iiilv^ atna department  to-dny or in tj,e district aud might have to  ��������� t^��������� * ;f.^��������� A,?.l  (hutlie (Jhlnivs- goverimifnt had re- o,ot |,��������� BOrae oasi>.   ]u dltiouKiiing th<*  ���������     l1nr'B'������<;������ of Mr*  hmo-l .'he Jap������n������m fltoamrr Talsu    ,mUeP wUh   tho   altoro-y-gv-ucral.       "  Mnru solfi'd  by Wn formor govern ^ Mfcw, m ������,f lhPM WPro u0   g00(1  had  moiu tor a tlim* tlir.-att*ned rolatloiiH  holwocn '.0u<  two countric'H the Chin  oho (ToveriOTirot joined wllh a Bitlute  tn ihi> J'jpiiiaai* flaff.  The Oliiiieao miniftor who wn* At  thv aintn il'tpartnit'Dt It-day suld in.  cklcul 'ihnii brti*n clwd; Agreement  lMilbeoii r ndl������d wiih .Inpui by term  of wltlPlt a oonvol'iiiou would bi ngr  end ���������In bntwevu tlv^ two ommrliH pin  iciiiiii.i ili iitiwiVi-itioti ot arms iu������  tolnl������rl'jr of Ohlita.  Ooiiiiwvatives In Cumberland" I  had fo admit there woro a few. It  nJsuit'ijioHred (0 me thai thla was n  HUtfgon.i^i) mid 1 named tiie two men  flpptilnlodtU'iidl think ay.irt fromjol-  11, leu iiltogutlier thut two is nor men  In 1.he city would bo hard to find.  ���������'JVyaru mt'ii w.hu will deal /'airy in  wiy matt������ra th������t in'iy camo buiorr  |hum during th������ yi*ar.  , 1 ������i'u Air. Gram thit you have b'on  I ������uoivnn������iil In getting a good appro-  'j������rK>tion tor the district this yoart  1 ������n Woduosit V ovening tho 19th  I'Jiataut in tho Lecture Hall of ih������  Proabyleriwi church! a pKaanut ro  oeptlou wits glviii feyih" pupj" uf  8t. Goorgo's oburch to their pintor  the Itevireud Mr. MeGilllvr y on  hl'i rrturu from a mcollug of th ��������� proa  by in 17 in Victorli<. Att-n the good  tmivga provided by thc hdks had  ' Mr. A. MoKinnon.  Mr. A. Arms'troHB, Mr. Prad U'tpa,  Mr*. Jlnlorow gwe brief addroasea  erpromlvn of tt*. appreciation 61  I hair piMor's work nmmiRiit thpm,  wil-h the hoiM' that h������ mlchl b" wpn  red many yeara to go In and out 11-  mongii Hiem an tbeir miitlHt-r.  t^pefi"! ri'fpr������������)pp ivnu (nade to th*  snoot work ho Iiui b"ii abl 10 aero m-  pliab In tlK'lr bihkif at tlw roo^nt  m*irtIng 0* tlii I'r.'Wlyiery in Victoria.  In rt'uptiw Mr, MeOIUIvray ������ild  (batthii ruceptliiii hid t'Oiii' im a cum  pkt# itiirpi'iMii lo Iii in, but  Far ftiln-Old  officii.  nc-ww.pi'ri at  thla  nrvBiismi! Horn  *r.'.!:!: I.C'.'.i;. ... * m> lurinct-  nb'.e of IVtvl* nnd W**"nn. r V>. > V. ���������> n  Ui������������olvtii, 'iln. bn-uliH'ta t>\ fnlur.<  nf.'il li* c*.ril(f.l oh by Mr- KocUinr.  ���������AlltUUu agtlit*. tii. sitll firm will  Uo paid by Mr. Pi-ehnor,  HAAUJKIi DAVIS, Jnr,  NioiJmo, *Maroh 21-Mr. Tully  Uoynn while nn ������ vld. IO Iih two soiin  tnu << ,1,wif oity ol Nuiiiiimi at an ar  lyliour IMliy nurrl'i'g, uhl lound  tii|H'"i*iii*i .4 the wJj'rf rajJJ *.lij<|������ d  toil fill in 0 iln> w'it<r, Thi' night  uiioliuwM ������f ib- m nun r naw lijycu  I'I. ,111 wl h u bo.u Icioii iii.n.g.'d fo  ,..��������� 1 ). Id of lm olu.liinif, lima niv-  ,(ng hlm Irom  aUiVlng  uutil he got  ���������(���������.((.        Ill'   ll'JHr<U    IIIH    11..*    tBhtX     lU      jy,y  llwhoaplial aud a wvunii 0.1 th* ba������k ,��������� tiu.   ,-Miim,t.*i*   but.   1*  ,oi his Ui'iid wu* ������.Lelivd,  1 , was uu- , ,MVl, b(,,u ,iramlH,d ^  l cuii.ioiuun lor Moiue.lint*.     Ilo in now '  ion ,1 f Ir wnH tu lueovi'iy.   ��������� -.-..... ,-.- ,m....     ..-   . . . ���������- not. on  Ve������, 1 hnvp nsolved #17,W)0 in lha  **������Jl iwcomhi, the h-tui pruurt by him  goner il i'������.lraati>s,     out     adthiuiml TJilu*Mfiir������jif|ott ot th ir good wilt  1*4,600     whlrh ia uvailnbln   ij.'iWiiii  doa' nnd tlio llllth of June for ifttm-'d"  Air. Bert   Htoph'n������oii  formerly  o(  Am   Oi .tto   Ilk.   lie ll.l'ljl   lllLU    tO   tlu*  I l-\IU i.) t'������'lii>t..l>h   a ... j J   ill  tin* Al-  beml Dimrlct, under J'rovincifJ Con-  mu.ble Cox. ol AilMvrni.  ANY rRWDNS or l������*r������oni aiioply-  lii.flitforRKitiofi whi b will *o lil- mc  'to treat* all or nny at my cattle now  inl*alii< from  my rmeli ������i Htnootc  Uay, mt'W retelvfl a nwird.  MAVJI)       B������M.  IW td nud *uli cpj- for tli" ii-v/*.  Has opened BnMne.w in McI<eod,# Sure  ! CUcge, *Anreb 23-Atti ctcd ly a  leriic |>tek of titn'ber wolvra th* dilv-  ***\n xb* li'iH-n C������t i 1 th* Jfrw Voik  to Pari*���������into ra������* *vm foir^-d 10 u*<  ' riW*������ ������n Thnrtdaj n'ght to drive th"  *������*tim-������l4 nwny.  ..,���������*, umi*An,������  mti*H.ii   i.i���������lliw   it'll;*  a*tl eonvdtitimi of Inimlj Mirr  Worker* of Am������-ri������i tonli Co 111 pi tut  ndi;������naHioii of tht* rejiori of ili- aiiUi-  oon������nli 1 ne, Th* aftion of t'r*������lde������t  MKohnlt In (tending N11J rti*il Uoai-d  meber.to Waahiugion t ijiu lli>' o.li  w hbxr |iiad������r������ hi ur������hi������ etuttre*������  repi'iii ,' ������ iim ������#f tiifiliinii Aitu-.mil  law 4-ilaiiiig to hili'r ootitr.ctn w������������  ('.���������reivi'd li y'fnrir.iiioii  Vpwrii, Msir ;������ 2.1-T'r������>m 1 r Mo  Hr'li* will tt* In Nin.imo an W'dnoa  day and w tl art trcm a meeting in th*  Free IT-* 1    IMI.  lute rvpa lrn. Mi,t00 turn bii'ii |ol tx  Md' lot thi Vlctcilt road aud odlmt  ���������amoiiut #5,U(lQ   luta been promt** d  innl will bo ap n: on tb* road from  Little iiuoiJcum iiurtli,   W������ jire ������1������������*  to r������������������*lv.' H>t,tl00 for ib<������ hoapllnl,     J  whieh ufit be available lh.  mai  uf  July.   Thi* -.mount dona 4iot appeur  i������ rih-.-'lea*.  amuuiit. 1  also received 12,000 for tb<������ new  acHool u. Courieuajr. ani I und thi  find t)w������v nri������ already nl.arlnir Hn*  giouud iii<i������irim.ry  to  bullauif-  l(  I  ;i)u  jji.l   M.i iik.,i   ii.,.-, Aii.i.i   ."in  -  tiilnvt lH.e ���������1--i������,MH for lb' di-uiM  OiUye.tr. Not too tin! .% ht u\m  )<mi ihr ti.iuiitta auidu/iiiil tu alii,  ^CO. .Vu.uly uftible thn y.u. I  mlgln ������.\y that #'i4IWU h Um   iuuhi  ''���������;    ���������"������������������������������������v"   .'.   -   .*���������       .       .....   U.,.,  which jiiniuiiH xiii* goo'it by Mr. Km.  ler.    'Ihe nehool in 10 J>- irenitd Iho  imuie^n (nnt ymir  Lavt fall af er lh* ib^ stdrm in  I)r<ii*mbi*r xxben to tnmy tri'cn were  Itlown iifrofa ihr llnrdy Uiy inill  received Mine HjKo to b< ������|������nt on  (hi" ri"l (0 mike U lot.iiu p.a^abl.  Thia (���������mount i������ mar and aba** iln  cMiimiim for llie y -ar  V"u b'*e let 11 seeitwif,, Mr. Grant  of vo'lng agaitut tbe IM4 fa' Uifhls  B1IL  ������ btte b"*" ?f W. If yon m*y ������������y  ���������ay ������li*it tbf bftl neii-r mm* up In  tlw lir������i pi >e������ it win ei>������ii������ly a*-* nt  ordfr being intio4u*d by Mr. Ihw-  ���������'jr|<rcji������uiii tif ib ir good will ..ud  Hud iijiju'^iinimi wuiiin eiieuuraii''  and fiber hiio o*\ in their M^iera'  work. II" would* gratefully r.iueiu-  bor ii and from Hi tiuitiitu of a  iitgUiua litnr������ wmtl i thin, thi'in tor  li.  GuFHit-iy mnialiiR die 1111101*1 b-t  wei'ii N.i������. 0 iMtd 6 nn ne w.������re ciiMi'M  ed.   fbc hi ik   bus b'on  prugie^liif  fni* noun' moiiibM.   Hm diiaauw is a-  bout a mile ladwien Ihe twm uiIih'h.  Thn iMvimfur,* of bavjiin ih.f tw������  minen wwhii^'i-h In 1-1- f ^ ,;.!���������,  iMCdiiol be pointed out, aa all Vfr,<*t  il 1 in j Uiv-iii- m utti.p from a n in.  I������ for safely.  Word ret tad the elty y������stcriliv ol  1 h������<!t<* (It of Mri Ahrahim Pick I a  of Ueiiin-iii iwhiid from l>'*.iri d*"**!  Tl������> fiineral  will l������kf plef i������-*4a������  .,'.     ;.,.m..h   .Mtii'i  <M!ti������irrf,tbo  llev. Mr. Kidd of tiilon Buy will jh������r������  fonni'he |m( aid rt a.  Tb,. iU'Cii,ii,d l������dy b-uven a aorrow-  ing hu si. nul ami a grown up nod to  mourn the loan of a kind nod aflici-  loji.it* wife mil a fond moih t '������i.**y  bitVe Un*  Kyinpnby ������f  their loanjr  frlculi ii  1 hi* il. i;   iim.' uf ntitrom.  Mr. l*i*t.|i������i nnt hu lumly air ol*  tllll* rewdeiitH of f������i 'ii in;. 11   I' I  1 A trim xtictv lor ub������ut  thirty yc.tm.  DIKTl-MvO'l'umr, aged 75 y*r������  The fin*nl |i*av���������������. Hr> reaidfuci* of  Mr *t, fmrhett %%',* ������l ,.111000 H i p.  |u.t������tb> Cimi>.rJ ul a-met nty ���������w  th& news, cmimsn.AKP. t^-ttsii cot:tmi$t&  THE CTJMBEBLAND  N '.W3.  I*������uod Every   Tuesday.  J.   A.   BATES,  Editor     and      Proprietor.  Subscribers not r;'reivinlg their pv  r>er regul >rly should noMfy this of-  ftiwe so thit cause of delay can be a-  J-cnitainnd. You will be doing us a  Savor.  TUESDAY. MARCH 23,, 1908.  ,"^**''������^r*������������������*"*f������i������������������������������<iif������i*f*������*i^������p������^*t. ��������� *+��������� *  Elsewhere will bs found i\n inter  view wl:b Mr. Robert Grant lu which  V'-*. gives his reasons for not appoiut^-  iivg the license commissioners re-  cotq.aonded by the-city oounoil, but  why on tbi other hand was not Mr.  Ur.iUt ,raad������ acquainted immediately  vi xbe council's recommendation?  A member for a district has some  lights surely aud they should b,i re-  Bj)eoiod; aiid wc cliim that it was on  ly.right thu the member of the d'tsti  iici< should know the actions Of..tho  ������ounoi lin this re-.pect.  It will be noticed that Mr. Grant  Jus' b.ien vjry successful in securing  ;; very Urge appropriation for tha dis  triet. Wo understand it is the Urg-  vei oveT obtained. He surely deser  ves tho praise of bath political parties for looking after the district so  veil.  ' Commenting on the appointment  ������f G. W. Morrow to the position of  collector of customs at Prinee Rupi-rt  *,ver R. L. Mcintosh, tha Empire ������������ys  "Tlw Empire is edited by a man wbo  -was once a praotioa lpolitlcian and be  knrws something,about how tho game  W"$n������������!n, M. P. for Oomox-Atl  in district, naturally said to himself  'If I give the appointment of collect  orship of customs at Prince Rupert  to M'a'cDonild, I will make an enemy  of Morrow land as the one is a.politic  ������;.n and a gocd p-r'.y man, and the ot-  Iieris only an offioial of the customs  department, I will give the plum to  ilw man, who.if he gets it, wdl upt  wot give me trouble intbefuture.  "THAT IS PRACTICAL POLITICS  AS TUE GAME IS PLAYED EVERY  WhERE in CANADA, by both taber  j.ls und  Conaorvati-*es."-Enipire.  ���������wr^aoenrearMr"r-Smith-has?8ei  ���������Hired a govornmwit appropriation  ior tbe  d-rdgiug  of   thie  harbor.  Whit's the matter with NauaimoJ  Wo were always given t oun.lerstand  that nature had not haft a thing for  * i't or soienoe to dto for  -the proud city. Our own harbor waa  mfturally poor and dangerous of ap-  i.ro.t.oh. A wreck anywhere 'within  a distance of twenty miles was locat  od,iu the b.y. That a's a matter of oo  HTse. Andaiow that sploudld harbour  iu Nanaimo is to b3 dredged. Well,  well.-LatlyainHb Standard.  .    ..'-'.vJCir..  In the supplementary estimates pro  seated t  otho house  on Maroh 17tb  5* 3,000 has bueu set aside for tbo completion of the wharf at Campbell riv  or wburt. ,  , <    ���������  Elsewhere wo publish somo partio  ul irs n garding the Collegiate Sohool  l������ Vloiorl-i��������� a School    for boys.  There wvi thosi in this city whooan  lioinily ondor&n thi* sohool  There .nro at. tho present time two  boys a'lteiidlng thc school and tho prl  jioipal, Mr, Lang states thoy are Rett  ing i-loug nicely,  Union  ote  jisipriait -ft hum  it*'  SJm.'&ZXJ&OLt   C      DAVIS,      Propbiex.  Engliah 4 x BURTON always oa tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anheoser, Bohemian, Schllt**, Ao. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquoro of all kinda.  The Boarding aud Lodging D^partnibr.t, under the immediate supennteudcuoe of Mr;  . DaviB, will be loumi Fit at clbaa ia evtry resjp^ot.  B.ATBS,  $1 oo per day upwards.  At the Right Price Furniture Store.  < r������iiiii������iiiiii���������j������������������mw.������������������ ���������.������������������iiii.ii.in���������mmmmmmmm,mmmm.   '���������  Try Us foi*  Liiiol������um8, Wall Paper, Matting, Blankets. Blinds,  Ci mfortei-B. Curtains, Bedroom Suites, Moms Chairs  Extemiion TabJws fcrui ftli kinds ot Pnrnjture.  Ten perdint Discount for Cash for btlance of month.  J." H. COLLINS, ''Gun^todaiLd. .  '  A'''"-'/-!^-'...^  Camm.-iicl.iir ut,a poet p'i.iit-"d at  tl������e Hononbln Cniof Commissioner of.  Lauds a������d Wor'-s for a License to  prospect for coal and petroleum under  tho foe ihore. ani u^ud'.r the wat-rou  ���������HUU*wni������J.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  ������  EWERY  Drink  U   B. C. Bohemian  ���������R  -������^������&v:':-'' v'>i' k- -  *s^t-^^pi^idi ���������*y^&^~\''fjt^6'    ^, **<���������  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.  VIOTCaiA- CGTwIOZS        ���������RO-CTT3E'.  Sail from .Victoria Tucsdav, 7 a. '.;i foi  Nanaimo, calling <*\ Ct-ufior. Kupi;  Bnd Thetis Islands when, fre.ght 01  passengers offer.  Leaves NAnii'.ino Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Uay Coinox and way pons  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. in., fm  Union I3.iy Nanaimo and way [joris.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a.  nv, foi  Union Bay Comox and way ports.  Leaves Coniox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  N.maitno and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, J p.m., for  *������iVictona.  VANCOUVER - STAMAIMO - LADY  SMITH   BOTJXB.  S.8.     ������������������OOAH."  Sails Irom   Vancouver  for" Nanainf.  <laily, except Sundays, at   50 p.m.       '*  S.iils from   Nar.atmo  for 'Van ouvei  daily, except,Sundays, at 7 a.m.  the nortli%-as* fcoruer of TTua-ber Lease  No. 47 On thi- bar.t; of Campb -11 River,  tba^c e due sou h 77.16 chains more or  I'ssto'ibv south^ea-.t  corn r of said   the lands lu up.}, opposite Niwoastie  fl'/mbor Li*������seNo. OandQuiusam Biv ' District and de-iorib^daa follows  er Indi m Reserve, thence due west SO  chains, theuoe due north 80 chains,  thence due east**SO chbins to place  of   commencement.  Dateti this 3rd day off February,1908  J.   WEBBER.  E.   Pi'tost. Agent.  The UNION BREWING Co.,  When "In. ('ourtenay Stay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  ���������~Th"6-Central-Hot^I-for-SporJ*smen__  None but tho Best of Wines and Liquors  *t the Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Pro.  Fresh Fruit  On Wednesday aud Thursday  of each week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Hunden.  Was'tho dear glr lhapplly married!  flsked'tbe friend.  Yos, Indoid, auawored Mra. MoCtab-  lilo. It wus one of tho happiest wed-  rtlw-j* I ever saw, I never saw so few  duplicated ainoug tlto presents of out  Kl������fl8iUiid allvorwaro.  \Jorrocl|i Bros,  B jl\. HaZ. jBj K> 3  Ms-m^<&t*>&mz<^  DRW'Al), 0ft"n'?8 and Pion deliver  ed dnily to nny part of Qity.  wM^fflQicr m GrQwrwa  CONTRACTOR,  -~QttMBERLAHI).-__B. C.  will tako Contracts to clear land  cut wocd, dig ditchrs, or auy  large Contract.  Pricsa "Reneonablo, and  Satisfaetiaa Ouarantoed,  to  Do you think you i^arn enough  Kiipport two? iiBfeod hor father.  Two?ian������swori'd th' younu: man qili  aiiiffly. I'voonly imked you for out* of  yuur family. Who ol.su aro you going  i^i'ltig iu 0.1 mo?  NOTIOB,  Riding on Iucoiuuuyub and  ruit<  nny cure o(  the   Union  Colliery  Company by any  pornon   or  p������*r-  sonn���������except rninorMW���������ie strict ly  ;)rohil'Uwl.    Knijiloyeee   ������.w ������uli-  ���������ne to dibiiiWHitl for alio*-   }g Buint'  Uy order  Fuakcih 1). Ltttik  Mituarfer.  niuKRlat-Whit did thit woman  w .ivt ftvltOHimplod th' candy, t������st,������d  1)10 soda witur, and to v. jjom you  i-li wo'l r.ll thruMc, p(t���������,it rmidinlnoat  Cloirk-lloiiKht 11 two-cent stamp,  1 -...; *5 chutKofJ, and used tho direct  uy nnd th; tid'pltwie.  nil.l-\Vhy ii the crow tha most  ffiiaibli- 0/ blrUf  ������i|in~J)ofl.iMai- h. h land of jrrub  i,  k������H, pi-rhnpa.  Hill ���������No; it'fi beotiiM he u-vor ������ 11KH  wi houtmawa,  oto  JOHN McLEODS  CANOY, KR1MTH.  01(1 ARrt ������  TOKACKXIH  BOV8  "    \ft't,xM   to  furni'h.'-tylisii Wi^h  ni.,1 ������"������'if lining at  reasonable rates,  IOHN I.KY!'������'NT  CtMHBKI.ANU  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOI  POR     ��������� no t ourels,  Victoria B. C.  pAtmn nnd Vmiti r,  rii  loiiu m.sut'!' ni' toi<uvii������i.\  Dominion  Hotel  Vietotrla, B, C.  Tlie Ratos nro Lower than other  first-class hotel*, with Acconio.  iJafion 8npnrior tn many.  Rooms with or without- bath,-  American Plan   $1.50   to $a,50.  per day.  European Plan,   Rooms only,  .DO to $1.50, pur day.  Freo Bus,  STEPHEN  JONHS  ^*H**H*H-*M^f'H^l"i-l-H-+t*  I 'STAR' I  j Livery I  l Stable li  .* \*  4 a)  J Hayman & Maxwell. |  Pi'opi'iotorH.  ������������������TKAMSrKRS.  SINCI.K  nnd  !���������  II IRK.  mTKOMI'ILY  nnd DUAYMI'^  DOUHI.R- RK.f  A1.I.   nuilKKs  ATTKNI). |)  TO  3^ St, Merliuid  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October  1st, 1907  NORTH ROUND���������R.,j>d  Dssv<  Passenger Trains  Daily  Sunday  Stnti0B8,  No. 1  Wed.  Sat  lo. 3  ?iotom,  De. 9.00  Da. 15 00  Runnel.,  '9 04  ib 04  Shawuigao,  10.17  16.15  !(  10.22  16. IS  Owlibla Hill,  10.40  16 Ao  Ci.-vriehan,      ������  10.48  .     18 41  'Kriifesilah,-  ���������:,     10   S3  16 47  "^~~r6T58  Duuoaii'n,  11.00"  .^mr.eiieu,  11 .U7  - 17.11  Wc*'.boltne,.  11.18  17. -.:i.  i5heri)uinu8,  11 S2  17 91  Lidycinith,  11 57  .���������17*6:  Syuth Wolliajjton,  12.18  J8.it!  Nf^aiuto,  12,33  18 ao  WellmgUB,  Ar 1-2.53  Ar 18 4i  SOUTH liOUND-Read Up  No. 2  No. 4  Viotoria,  Ar, 12 (16  .18 55  r-tu-B-ls,  12 02  18 5!  .Slsawnigan,  10 51  17 *.s  11  1048  17.20  Oohhle Hill,  10.10  17 22  Cwwidhnn,  10.15  17.Ob  Kok.iyi,  10 n������  17.0������  l>u������c������n'������,  10 02      -  v   ifl.es  SolBflUOS,  9.47  10,43  Wunibi'lmo,  9,37  16.32  UncniJiiiiiu,  9.25  16.22  tudymnit'h,  De, 9.00  Do. 13 6S  ,11  Ar, S.50  Ar. 16 4S  South Wellington,  8,28  15.2?  Nauhhho,  8.IS  15.15  '.Vuliington,  D������,8,00      De. 16 00  Thousand Mile find Coiiimuuition Tickets on 8;ile, good ovci rail and siein.ei  lines, nt two nnd one-half cents per mile.  .Sfjeci.il trains and steamers for Excur  ������ions, and reduced riles for parties nin>  he ������n-nnRed fm on application to the  Dist, l'ass. A������ent At Victoria.  The Company reserves the tigbl to  change without previous notice, steamers  .ailing times unci hourc of siiiliiig.  Exnirsmn Tickets on Sale from and to  ill SiMion*, good for goirty jmirney Saturday md Sundtty, returning nut Imci  han Monday.  J, W, ntnUP, Ann. Sup. B.O, CUit Bar.  j &, L, COUHTNEY, UUt. Prt. ft 1 ana. A*.  NQTICE is hereby giveu thajt thirty  dny.if aftor dxte I intend "to apply to  fhVHonorttb'e Chief Comuiissionter of  Lauda and VVorks tor'; a License to  pi os pec t for coal and petroleum under  tho following dHoribed lands ai unto  ,u Sayward DU-t lot, British Co*umb'a;  Commencing at a poat pi.mtcd on  the hank of CamnbolJ. Riv������T nttiu" <8  chains ������ast frojn tho! mouth of the  Qulnaam River, theuce due north 80  ohains, theaico duo west 80 ohains,  thonco due south 80 chaius, thi-uo; du������  east 80 chains to plaoo ot 'commouee  ment.  Dated >tbiB 3rd day of February. 1903  OLIVIA    PRIEST.  E.   Prieat.A8f-.nt.  NOTIOE Is' h'iir?by given that thirty  days 'aftor datelluteud toapp'y lo  tht* Honorable Obk'f C������rpmlssiouor of  Lauds aiiQ Worss for a- Lioc������nso to  prospect for coal nnd-petroleum"under  tho following desoribed lands'siluato  iii Sayward Dist ��������� iot, British Co'umb'm;  Commouoing at a post p'ajttwi ot  thc north-east eorner Of Timber Loaso  No. 48,th������(n,c������ duo uortb, 64 obaLu-3,  thenco due weBt' 80 chains. th'n.*e duo  south 54 oha/ins, thmca due ctf.it 80  chains to jplaoo of odcamejicemccit.  Dated tb^s 3rd day of ,Fobruary,1908  W.    fl.   iMOORB.  E.^-Pneet Agent.  NOTICE i^ hereby given that thirty  days t after date I intond fto apply to  the Honorable Chiof CouimiasionVir   of  La/usds and  Wor'.:s for   a   Llcfnse to  prospect for coal nnd petroleum under  the following d.soribed lands ai.uate  ia Say ward Dist iot, British Columbia;  , Commuuciug at la j^ost p'antid  at  tho nortji-i'ast corner of Timber L*usc  No. 48,    tbenc^  due *west  80 chains,  thenoe due south 74 chains, thunce duo  east 80 cbains,  thonce due  north  74>ohains to place of commencement.  Datdd .this 3rd day of February, 1908  ...EZRA'...COOK,'  E.   PrUwt Agen'..  NOTICE ia hereby given that thirty  days (aiftor datelinteud to apply to  tbe Hanorable Chief Commission ur tot  ���������Lands ai;d,Wo������Us tbv ,iLic*^i'ie to  prospect for coal and petroleum undor  the /oltowiiifjr, tlvtieribid lands si uate  in Saywurd Dist iot, British Co'umbia;  "~Commene'ittg-at^-8u,post-plxate_i_qu  tho bank of th������.i Qulhsam Riv'ei'iat tha  50th paralbl of. Latitude uo-ir tho  south-cast- cormir pf Timber Lease  No. 48, theuoe due worth 80 chaitnsi,  th'enojduew'ojji 80 ohaliis,>thi-no������ duo  south 80 ehaBn's, th.nco due cast 80  chains to placo of commeucemtnv.  Dated this 3rd ������hy o.tFtbru.try.lDOS  MARIA   JANE   PRIESTI,  E.   Priftat Agvii .  NOTICE is horoby given that tliirxy  days 'after dale I intend to^ppiy to  thc'Honornblr Chi.f Oomc'iiasioucr of  Lands ainld Wor������s for a Liotmso to  prospect for eonl <nd pi.trol*um undor  ihcfollibwinfc described lauds si,uate  in Sayward Dist lot, British Cd'umb'a;  CoranioiieJ'iiMit a post pa.nti-<l nt  about ono mlle*wost (on.tho BOth parallel of Latitudii) from tbo Quiniaiu  Rivw, t,ht'.noe duo west along saia  50th parallel of Lat.itufl/i 80 eh-iiijwuc  to thewoatorn boundary of .Timber  Loose No. 48, thon<?o duo uorth aloug  said weiit#rn boundary of Timber Leaae  No, 48, 8J alialim , hwioa due ,-a������*-80  chains, ilviuco duo, youth 80 ehaiusi  toplaosof ooromen������cmoiit,  ilatod this 3rd day of P.bruary.1008  LOUISA   COOI^t  E.   Priwit. Ag*nx,  dl������i>6<virn-o Lino.SOohalunmoro   or  laneie pla?������ of comra������nooni������nfc.  Dated tbla 3rd dny ot P-.bru irv IMS ia1"  j   ,l|,W"||,MH"l"l"W'H"|"|"|,'|"|"|������|"(������j������|,  WAMTKtlk-IAViout   ten  torei iel*ar-  -"I I Hid, wllh or wltluiit hoiue, ll  mutt \.t KiltiHtud ao ai ro trout iu������  BelcherStrefif iw ,,,f   f"x* x*1'**'  *��������� "������*��������� ��������� ���������������'"*'���������)  I. PRIEST.  7 NOTICE ta'hnruby iflvon that thirty  dnys aftor dnUIlntoud to npply to  1 hf Honorahle CW. f Comm<������������(oitUr of  Lwiidii anfl Work* for a Llommti Ito  proiipcet for oonl nnd petroliium undor  tlm following clii������orlboil lands situate  hi Sayward Dint; l������t, BrltUb Co'.umb'a',  GmnraenolitK at ft pr>������t p'Mit'd at  the south oast oormrof tlmb������rl*������������������o  He, (9, tliono������l du* wont to elisln^  thoiiOMluo north no ohalna, thonco duo  caiHO chains, th'iico duo aoutli 34)  ehalna to lilac* of oommouooraftut,  Datod this 3rd dny of P,ibruary,lW>8  HOT   PRIR3T'.  K.   Prk'Wt.ARent.    I  NOTICK It hiTutiy ������lvon that thirty  days after dato I Intond to apply to!  thin Honorable ChK f Oomtnlialoner ot  T.ind* nuA Wnrltntor a LIOMtie, to  l-prospoct for o������il nnd putroUuro uudor  till*followui������ d.aotili'd lund* AuAi  NOTICE Iii Uertby given' tha't thirty  dnyisantetr date Hutonli to apply to  tW.' Honorable Chi f Oomuiisslon<������r of  Lunda ������������d ,Wor'<������ tor a ������Lio#������������o to  proapoct for coal and p*trolnum under  tho Collowlug d>>8oribed landa al.uato  ioi Sayward DUt' l������t, Brltlah Columb'a i  OommonetiiK at* a po������t p'.anUd at  thosouth-ft'ftst .corner of LouUe Cook's  npplioatiun tor prospeetlng Uociuso ou  Tlmbcir Loaao No. 4������,,tb������nco duo uorth  74 ,QliaiiiB,Cthunoo duo vfost 80 obalna,  theuoodue aouth 74 ohalna, theuoe dua  ���������aat 80 obalna to placo of com-  tuouoatneut.  Uatnd this 3rd day ot TVibruruy.lSOB  THOMAS   HARDY.  ���������E,  Frlti������t. A������tttt,  .*w.muimm,rmf*'v-r.f,'*im..mm m.m-.. .,.,,.m...mm  NOTIOE la hereby fflvon that thirty  after dntollutond /towpply to  water.    Btato pi lo*. Will pay a g-,od In Sayward Dint; let, Brltlih Co'umbia i  u r ���������i.hi pi ")i ny " I.L?0^Jaon*ll,P .ftLtt V**- V*h*t*-x ������Vt  Iliiii M.-wt'  I.W, I.AINO. ������'8Q���������  M, A,  OX K" It I).  -iSKmiWrnfi���������-, ��������� r������������������"��������� ���������������������������-*-*-***--- 1th' 00>f������������r of lot 06 on the aoutb bound  NOTICE la jierobfjtlron that thirty !������rjr of said Lot 68, fill* uowdua aouth  3*ohalua, thonoertuo woat Wohalua,  limti.'O, I in to Ihr ,">'itV#fi"������Ti<inrt������������  er of Qulnaam River Indian Hesorvo  Lol 71,  thenee due north 34 oha!u������,  A. ������UI������.I by thr ������������������ "m Imf* of t >������ It cog  ������*r<l Un ier itimnf fJ.-������, ������i Jn mUsu  Mtii^rrate tatitn* to, Low I.n.  Vrotmtl} ccr> < m   0  ���������ii* ' '    >ii  1 m������������������,;  t| an. ������     *.  ' Ir* nere* *|ih *,n  tllri-i* V*   r.oi'H 1  l'������ tiupl. ot.  n>  v  An** nftor dale I Intond to apply to  lli* lion, ihir. <..iiitiuii*iuilrr ui  Landa and >WorVa tor a Lloesue to  proipiiet tor coal and petrol um undor  th* following tlfMorlhod landi alluato  in Sayward Dltil't, BiliUh Co'utnHa;  Oornmeitcliig nt ������ poat pla.nt.-d nt  the ���������outhwiiat oorner of Cftmpbo1.!  IHvmt rmllaiv .Rimorvjw thr*������w* duo  ���������with lfl.ohnina nnd 4ft'InV������ mot it  luaa t������ tho mirth-mat eornar of Lo: 60  llit ucu due wc.ai 10 1 lintua, tlu>n<*������Hiii*  aouth66 chaiua, tlmieo duo ea������l*80  ohtWts, tfmcite     due aouth 10 chains.  thu IiouoiNble Cblvf Commiaafowor ot  Landi and Woika for a L'ocuia to  proanoot for conl uud petroleum undor  tho toroHhoTo an-t uudsr tho w iter ou  tlio land* In aut onpoRlto N*woA������tli  UUtrlot and doscrlbod a* follow*.  Commenoliiif at * poat phntod ou  thuaea buioh noir the aast bouudary  of Suotloii 2, N-iwoaitle D.atrlct  thenoo duo out AU ohilna, tluuo,) due  aouth 60 ehaini, thuiou duo wast 80  olmli'i morn or Ini to biifh wttor  mark on tea botoh thouoo nor.bsrly  along mid aaa bnauh to phco of eu  mmeiionroont.  D*ud thii 30th dty af January,  JOHN  MA1IHER,  ..���������.���������..     B������   t*rl#������t.Ag������u<.  NOTICB U hortUy'Biwn that thirty  Any* attar dato! Intond to apply to  ib* .li,uv���������.hU Clil f CoTrm\l<*?t������t<i>r   of  TmiinHa ai*d iWorkft ioi a  LIomiim to  prospect for coal and pttrulnum uuOar  the foioahoro aud under tbo witorou  the landa in and oppailU N .waa������tl  Dist 1 let and doaorlbed aa followi.  Cummeuelug at a poat p'wiied  on thn aoi b������ult amr  tht oAitoru  boundary   w buisiu   i,  Hm ���������*.>>*  DUtrkit, thonco dud oa-*t 60 clul n,  de-iorib^d aa follow;*.  Commenoing at'a poat pluted on  the aea boioh at tho nortk-w-st corner of   Section  6A, Newca-stle  Distriot,  thenoo   duo  norih    40    o'ua'ns  thenoe due east 80 chains, th..'noj duo  south 30  chaius mom or  leas     to  high water mirk on aoa  sex beaoh,  theuoe we Hotly al ing said a a bea-.h  to pL.oe of commencement..  (Datod this  30th d^y of Januuyi  M,   WILKIN ION.  E.   IVibHt, Agent.  NOTIOE is her. by'given that thirty  day* after date 1 intond touppjy to.  thcHofciorft'ble.Chvif Commisaiouoir of  Landa and Worka tor a Lioc*i*e to  prospect for coal .-ud petroleum under  the lo'reshore ant under th.* w.tor on  the lauds in aud o;ip.is t. N-w-i il ���������  Dutiioi an4  doioribid as folow-i.  Commencing at a pout pl.nted on  thc sea bexoh at thoujrtb-wat corner of Section 8A, N.-woa-Ulgc D'.st-  net, th.nco duj uorih 80 chains,  thonce dua w������3t 8D ch.iina  lesa to hijh waft.r mark  beach,   thenco  oommen-  Januny,  mit'i or  ou      ana  .. ,_ ssu.h.eAstf--rly -along  saia sea  baaoh to placo ol  Ciiin-Jut.  l>ated thiB 30th d.v of  E. M. TARWO.ID,  E.   Priest. Ag������nf.  NOTICE Is ber by given that thirty  days after date I Intend toapp'y" to  thcnomorablwChitt Commissiou'er xifi  Laluds aud-.'WorUsforya Lic^usoi to  vrospect for coal und pctrolaum uutier  tho ������*o aslioro ani under th-* w.terou  the lands in and oppoaita N:wj<titb  iH.tiist aiut desri ol as  foliow-i  Commenoing at a i>ost phnt-.d on  the sea boioh at th s south-.-aai. cor  ner of Section 2, Nelaon D'.atriot,  thenoo duo eas, 8J thu us, th n3a  thenoe due edit 80 ch-ains, th-uu.'  due. uorth 80 cha'.'na, th-noe d.io  weat 80 ohaius, thiiicc du'i * south  2a ch.iins morj or 1 ss to b gh w i-������  ter ,m.irk oa &e.i beaoh ibvoj  southerly along sail s-n te eh to  place   of   coimnivno.omo.mt-.,  Dated this  30th d.y oC  Jauuiry,  1908,  C.  VAN  E.  HOJTEN,  Ftii%t, Agieni*.  NOTICh is hfornby givon that thirty  days after dale I intend to apply'to  thu Honorable Chief CommissioKsr ot  Tiauds aud WorKa.for a Lio^/fiuo'to  IToapcct for coal ',nd pvtroicum under  thr fo.csio-e an-t tuide,- th- w-terou  tho lands in and opposit!! N-woiatlo  j Dlatrlot_ani_dosorily&^s^rollow ^ ^_  tJommv-noiiig at  a p������t pl.iiti-d o'iT  the   s^a   bdltoh   .it   thvi" nrth-wst  thenoo due   ons!   80  chains,   tli.nco  oornor   ol   sooMji   2,   Nolion   D.it-  due south   Tl  ebttnt    imore or loea  to  high   wi'tor  mir'x  on   siaboa.-b  thenco   north'-wetit aloug   aaid   s������a  beaoh   to   pUoi'oL   comoi.-n. .m-m.  UAted thia  30th d y of  Janu.r.  WOft. "  WM.   BEVERIDGE',  E.   Privt t iifii .  NOTICE la hbr-hr iriv������n thai d'ivfy  *'iy. attnr diiiil hilet.d toopply to  thoHduorsh-lnChbef Commir,sioii"r ot/.  "Landa and Woc'.s for n T,ic^i������ to  I\i������^foreshore and under th- w-te-.n  tho'Iandi In nut ippsiitj Nohon  Distriot  nn-i deioribid a* fol'owi,  Coramenoli'g nt a post plmtod ou  the soa b������ioh at till ���������"tonth-Bim  rorticr of Tjot 9 .Ni.Issn D >���������**<i.-.t  th������uoo taut 80 chaina, thcnon du*  south BO cOialni th-co:* ri'iia w.-it  37 ohnlns mon or I b������ to bt^h wj-  ter mar������ on soib*i>U bunci: north  ly alow* said soa boaoh to placu of  ootwraMiccmont. |  Dated tbls  Slat  diy  ot  January  .., ,..i   #  ��������� ������������������ "..     --mi-tt'-v'ij  J. I OX,  ���������:.        j  B*   Pr'eet, Agent,  NOTIOTS hi hW -bv q-lvvn thn* thirty  days aftor data I Intend to apply.,to  'tbo.Hrtior^li"Chiicif Comuilsaloner oC  Land* and Works for a LIomMo to  proapeot for coal md prtrolaum undor  the foroslioro aut under tbn witaron  tho lands in mil oppoait* N^wnuU  tho lands In nud oppoaita Nulaon  DUtviol and do.iorlb������d ������w follows,  tho. 10a be������oh at tbo ������orth-va������t  oornor of Uot 8, N������Uon Diatrlot  thenee duo out 80 chains,!honoeduo  aoutb 80 ohalna, tluwioo duo wasf  55 olntus min or lias to high water mark on ������������i 104 boaih, th-nco  uorthurly along said aoa boioh to  plaoe  ot   eonnmonnetnottt.  ������������tdd thU    8Ut diy of January,  1MB.  A,  E. IIILBERT,  E.   PrfcjHt, Agent.  fMicoduo iis������t SO cbnltu, io plaoe 0* theiicu duo norih 80 chain* .tbenee  eoromi/ncnmnnt.  Dated tbl������3rdcliyof Fobruar;  ,1008  Frtat. Agsnt.  JAMJiS   PENDER,'  AIM'I.Y TOIIKADMAKIKK.  NCWICE i������ Mfreby givon that thirty  days after date!Intend to<vpply to  the H������nor*bh< CUUf Cuiuuiis*Iuiivr   of    ���������  lenAa and Work* for* *  Vi*i-tmt> yin  thei.e due cast 40 *faalP>a. thencn doc' proipcet for coal and pi troleum under  it' rtb 80 th tlw 10 CnmpViell nivnr Ind-1 tha following droribod land* ihaits  Ian He������ervp, tboitc w *t aloog **14 la* In ioyward DUti Ut. British Columbia 1  duo wait 80 ohalna, tUneo duo  south 30 chalm more or lein to  high water mirH on ica bdaab, bJiicc  eaitorly almg nil ias batch to  plaoo of comraanccinMit,  Dated this mh d y ot January,  1008.  0. ItEIFBL,  '_  ^^    K.   1'riMt.Afrnt.  NOTICE Is her byglren that thirty  dayj  aftor date I Intond toappy to  NOTICH? I* lijor'by given that thirty  day* after date Ilutond to apply to  tbe Hqnorablu Ohlkif Coinnilsalouor of  Land* and Worka tor aLloefuo to  proHiiect for ooal nud netroluum uudter  the foroslioro and uiidnr th������ wturoii  tho land* toi aud oppoalti NaUou  DUtrlot and dosoribvl iu fol'oiv*,  Commencing at a.post plauted on  tho iua bo������0h at tho nirth-oait  oorner of Lot 13, Nulon U'.strlot,  thwioo duo oait Si ohalna, Dkuoo  dun south tti ibiiiw, thmtoo nuo  wilt 62 ohilns more or 1������m to high wat������r rovrlc on *oa boaih,' hsnoo  northerly along laid ma boiobl to  plaeo of  oommenCDinont.  Dated tbls tlat d iy o( Januiry,  .WAS,  E. PniBST,  NOfTIOE t* bnrd\y glron tbaUblrty  daya aftor datelinteud tonypjf to  the HonorableChM Commlsalonar ot  Landi and Work* Cor ������Lloefnsi������ to  nroinect for coal and 1 petroleum uud*r  the rorcilior* and uudor tha wimuii  thc lauds iu and ou posit j Nulion  lust not aud deiior.km is* lullw,,.,,  CommfiiCiig at a pout plmted on  the 10a bt ������ob mt th j  n ir;hv>ait  corner of .Lot  IS, Niliou  District,  thence du* eist 61 ohtlus, thmoadu* "  norths 0 cbaiiu,  tb������nce duo  meat  80 chain* mora or I ������������ to U.jih wat.   ,  er mark 011 tea bciahthsnou *outb������r  ly aloug aid iaa b aob lo plico of  oommonoitnuuti  Datod thu    3!ot diy  of Januuy,  IMU  J. DAVIW,  E.  I'r.ifct Agent. THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  -fpB  , MI88C.T, OROSBY.  Stmt Womu to Ii*x.-it and Flail Sa  Ute Lako nesrlota os* BfaUn*.  Mlsa Cornelia Thu^i Qrostjy, knowb  <& thousands aa "Ply Red." tbe Ann  woman to bunt As1- uud atalk game to  tbe lake regions of lljCna, In a philosopher as well as o t^iiwomaa. "All  we take out of this svuiW-ta the good  things *we do for otitis o������d tbo Crtend-  phlps we mako here," sbo aafA,  i Cteeut-granddaughU; mt JSsdkM for  par, ftvst felectmaa ui I'sraiectta, woe  Ei personal friend otfseorge Waah-  i and a colouc-i I.i the Revolution-  ���������rex, ebe was lioiti In Pbllltfts tit  (the littlo cottage vrbCTa she still 11 vet  tinder.1 the shadow- of traoa wlttch has  father planted wben a youug uuu>  Che grew up vrttb, an inborn love oi  foresta und tbo woo&i llfo. She loves  tbo woods, aod lusUiui ot flowera on*.  t*mtttt BmrtttsB,..ta.ts.e sn ore jrceee ot  cotton ..material  (a pillowcase would  do) and, after placing tbe material to  be pressed with the right side down, -|  thoroughly -wet the muslin and wring ]  lt out, place it smoothly over tbe m&*. [  terlal and Iron until dry.   If this ts  done to one part of a dress, all parts  muat be treated ln the same way or It  will be noticeable where it bas been  pressed.���������New York Telegram.  I  THE COLLEGIATE  SCHOOL;  Victoria, B. C.  races for his University against Gam-1 [  bridge, and was* for three yiars presi  mat tar and acid, which onuses Rheu-  dent of ths Oxford  University Ath-  matism. * , "'        \  ietic Club. |   As Rheumatism Is not only the most  There is a 8ohool MJagaaiue conduc ' painful and tortuous diaoase.but dan-  ted by the boys with tlw assistance of' eerous 'to life, thi3 simple reoipa will  th--Master*, wttch keeps thc oil b-ys ������ odoubt be greatly valued by many I  in touch with thoso of the School. In su'fferes hare at home.who should at  point ot efficiency and style it ranks o"1?0 .prepare the mixture to get this  aeootti to none of any school in   the ; relief,  nurWoof^rovodiiiK a aound   irntti- D������������nlnlon.   There ia also a Debating     ������ if "W ^at a parson who would  purpose oi provotting a sound   train-    y b   fa. fa .   modelled ��������� , th, lin>s of take this prescription rcgulirly���������i dose  bl^taM of tte ie^nfc"'-!^ 'Stoihr societies o"our foremost Eng  or two ddly. or even a few times*  SfifiXJ! toKKta^afh������S:iw,aswftand is very popular " mvJT    8enous  Its   Aims, Progress aud Success.'  This School was founded about twe  nty- eight years ago in Viotoria,   for  $20 Ttemafd.  ^  AN IDEAL QUILT.  Dmma Altar Wltb the Clnnutr Ta������ttti>������  tn ������������ (he Oar**,���������.  In a Massachusetts funuboane I  found an Ideal quilt It wus of a beautiful abode of green and white, witb a  ruuitfng border of Ivy loaves. Tbe  chief beauty was Its ehape.   It was  . Lau-rels" on Belch t Street. Here Mr  1 J. W. Lainsr, M. A. Christ Church, Oxford, F. R. G. S. h\s established a  flourish:ng and prosperous Boys'  Bo trdiuij School. h������ving removed five  wore purchased by him from Mr Rob  uey disorder or Rheumatism  Cut this out aud preserve it. Good  Rheumatism pre&oiiptious which really relievo aro scarce,indeed, and when  you need u, you want 1 badly. Our  druggUis "here siy they will cither  su/pply these injr^dim.s or make the  mixiuriroady to take, if any of   our  -Sft-Jf   .       ��������� ���������  (Q  .A A', . ������������������  '- -. "���������- ���������..-...;'-  a ���������'..-. '.-'���������*-  .   A .���������������-.*���������;..'" . . s  (ft  '���������\<f'^  A?  w ioth of eeo  rt.At*  I    The Boarders hiv.? a raiding Libra  ry of 300 hundred volumes for their  special use.   Th'   private grounds  of  tbe "The Laur-ls'  nr? beautifully 1 i.i  out, .and 'Mrs.  Laing   cultivates      a  -nlM������������ ���������   ...     - ��������� -    teste for fl >wers among th * boarders  yo-irsago'to ih<?9- new q-mrcers which   by ttivlng theni each gird-us and   a-    -  tfniV^t'      I'   ,?? houghi thc A"*0*  warding prizes t othoee who d splay  readers j oprcfer.  will of ib ��������� schr-ol from tho R,v. C. E.   tjie best r suits ���������  StmfmVmVJi th\*������h���������1 *.* t^at���������tim};      Much'might be said about thc achU  Dom^s.tuatc'Ionth". Esquimau R-"������d   vemcnls of tb* pupils who have atten NOTICE  is   hereby  given   that  30  consisting or three boarders and fivu  ded the 8ohool but by writing to Mr. days after date 1 intend to apply to  aay boys.                                                   ' Laing further particulars C;iji bs ob- thi   Honorablo   Chief   Commissiouor  JhoproS'*nt numbr of boarders has  twined, andvisitors intend n'.' to pal- of Lands and Works for a livonce to  reached the high standard of forty, Irouizuhe School will alwiy3bimade prorp ot ������or coal.ani petroleum uud  M1B3 CORNELIA. TUUilZA OBOSBX.  finds, about her roo������&> firts of ptue,  brunches of Cedar and of flr, fragrant  -aud clean.  , V\Tien still young her health broke  ^fiaSB._and_she_toolr_ta[_^,'e^^^t Ufa  Iti self pres*a*vatlon, adding to necesT  Hi!j a love of sports and adventure.  "Kit .{ldventures ln wood and alon-j  id ream-have been tbe theme of many  n writer, her owu' stories, written over  tlie* slKiiature of "Fly Bod,*' ore faro ill ar as nursery talea in' many a  f-iiuUv. nnd bor pereouattty Is well  |;nown. to tnouisaiida of people who  li:i ������������������������������������������ seen her n welcome guest nt bu������-  twr hotel or cauipfire or city homo.  ���������^y.uny woaiea today sboirt and fleb  ntul camp with their bunbaoda aud  Liisthees lu the woods of Maine. But  fly Hod wua the flrst to make tbe  viiy cttey nnd wife. Her ride whh tha  fij-Nt to echo 'In ttv* lako couutry of her  ci-a-ii xtnto, and her skill uud penwual-  Ity noon won her wide nttontlon. Der  fishing tackle, ber rlflrn. tier huntlnff  icvHtvinon, most ot tbem gtttn from  ���������wealthy frlendu, ore ��������� fnnillinr to tbo  public Hor work la establishing a  Mnlno oililblt ln the New York sport*  mcu's exhibition has done more to ad-  TerUae Maine on a buuteN' paeadtoe  Kjiiii auy one alnglu method ot Its **���������  ���������firrtlalng.  MIkk Crosby Is s convert to tlw Oatb-  otic falih nnd Wm an active, earnest,  pi-iirtioiil jiort Ib all church vfotiu-.  frxrtou HertUA,  thelnrgeat numbnr tb" 8>hoo Una ev- welcome,  or had. The boarders oome as far a-  field as points jn Manitobi, Saskatchewan ani Alberta. P.-rni������, N'*L������on,  Kclowni, AUin, Vanoouver, Bsattle,  Tacomi, Spokane and Portland.  For thoir bctt>r oooommotiot'onnow  Dormitories an'd a 1 irge Indoor Recreation room btv'e recently been add  ed to the m-iin build'mg, and two pc  res of pitying field bordering on thn  ���������school property were acquired three  vears ago.  In addjfion to the board-re. th"re  arc twenty-five day boys, who sharo  in (he school work-iuil gtmes ineve-  ry prrlieulir as do- th-* biard^r-  GOOD <Jt7IIiT BOUSUn. ' u������mi  generous Ih width, but the leugth hud  been carefully adjusted so that there  waa no surplus at the top.   At the foot  was a flap twelve'Inches wide and ln admission nf thro" boys from Bluoh-  length Just ibe width of the bed. This jst?n: B^s arc r^criv^d nt th" C--1-  was tucked under the mattress and lce"-ra*-cbvol from (hi* ag>,of eight  uiadB It impossible for one's feat to 2Z������ ?������ ������'JT'W���������1 f"r th' PM  .tick out ,t h,td the added advantage &^ VlTKy "ISfiS"  of doing away witb thn clumsy tucking King* on, the Royal Navy and Com-  in nt the corners, for tbe sides buna   mcrce. "  smooth and ������trnlght-L. B. W. la ; TJid nuinb'.r of pisses from'this Soh  ������ood Houiekoeplua. |Oolin'o McGill Uhlverii-y and othnr  (hwlitutlon8by b*ys who'have achi-v-  ( ed honors, ii a matter for much con-  ���������, gra tula tion oji the part of the Hoad  jMasler.rnd tho s'-h-'o Imitto. ' Lnbor  , Omujt Vinclt" is a fit'tiwg one for tho  ��������� resuhs at'tianed.  SEALED TENDED8 addressed to  tba undcrsifiicd and endorstd "Tender for heating Post Oilfic-, Vauoou-  jerthe foreshore ani uuler the wator  jonth: linds iu ani oppisite Deep Bay  iN"-wcastl3 Di8trlrt, aiVi described as  follows;  Ootuui'-u< iuB at a post plauted on  thj sea bjaoh at ths north-tveat coruer of Lot 13 runiilu.r d>io north 80  chains, theuce due wost 89 chains,  thenoe due south 12 chains more or  leas to so.ib auh at high water mar*  th nee soutli-..ashrly along thi siu-  uosi.iesof beaeh to pKoe of cjmmuu-  ot<men������.  Dated this cisbtecnth day oJ February, 1908.  E   S. CO)X.  Courtenay OhtxE  The following notes travelled to Nanaimo and baok or they should have  appeared in last week's issue���������Editor  The Comox  Mutunl  and   T-mppra-  nco Society me.t list Friday n'utht and  ,sp?n'.t_a_v,er'y; onjoyaJWe_eveniagL_ Mr.   'AJ^  Muirhead of "C *~lgary was pressnt"ii"nd~"  gave' a very interesting speech on Te  'Mf.*I,idn,g is assisted by a oipiblc  staff of University men wha I've on  the premises and p'raomlly supcrin-  ten-l thp'gtmas of the pupils.' '-. In  addition to thi ordinary games of.Cri  cket and Footbill. in whi"h tho Colle  gi>te boyshtv^ alw.iy-h M :h ir own  wiih their rivals, the utmost attent  is_.piidjJo,_Dxy]l,ji_i^jGryjnniisjtjos;r  Thero is an organized School. Cad.'fc  mperanco aod Sunday S -bool work.  Corps, gnzctled at Ottawa, No. .108  T   ,      .     ,. . . .     whfoh is  drilled r^gnlarly  twioe*    a  La'ter in  the evHnmg^refreshments   weok ^ a staff-Sergeant of tho Roy.  ore served by the 1 idies. ,     b1 <Jai������diin   Artillery.      The  Cadet  Corps .Ji.-aglined an'mefrr ifsnlffor  8nn-rtM\oBS and  efficiency, and  whil  wore  Ii was reported- that Mr. Briatow  wb owent to work i'i the Lil'-l* Uivor  logging camp was seriously injured  andmMiy.of hisfriendi had a very sy-  mp.nhoiii foiling towards him so ou������  will be paid to .any person or parsons  giving such information a* will lead  to the conviotion of tbe .person or per  sous who shot and wounded my tiiroe  year old celt on Thursday afternoon  last, -March 5th,   1908.'  T. E. BATE;  CANADA'S   'GRBATjibT  NURSERIES  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  von  CUMBERLAND   ���������  ���������o sell High Class Nursery stock  in Fruits and Ornamentals 1-wg-  p&t liijt o������ new 6jx������ci*altie������ ever offered.' Sttirt now at best selling  ioiison. Licenced by B.C. Gov-  M-nnies't to sell in tho rrovLroe-of  British Columbia. Big iuduce-  mt'tits,    Liloral  Pay,   llaitdfoma-  ''ivii Ourfit.   Jyrri'.orv   E.������tt.i*yvf*  A-rii/.fot* toi'.*'."!} t::.1 i\,".;o/.->"������ -.r-  .j*id  '.i)f. loc ">r.   :i'    ,i   .j i.  see'i iurl forms of t.'ndr obtained on d-r .h.-  foroth-roan Iuu-ler th������-water  application at this depirlmdui. from onih.' lai>d~ iu and opposite Diepliay  Mr. W.   Hpndersarii,    Supnrintcnding Ncwoastle District  ,nui duscribed as  Ar. hiiiect, Victoiin, B.C, and   from follows;  Mr. Ch:ul 's Tossell, Chrk ot Works  Vancouver, B. C.  Persons '.pndiring on notified that  iienders will not b-> CDiiiid'r.'d unloss  mado on Iho printed f-irra supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures.  1-ach lender must b'! accompanied  by*an accepted ch-que on a ohtrtered  balk, made, payable to thi ordr of  ihi Honnfnble th? Miw'st r of Public  Works cqunl to.ten p r c nt (10 p.e.)  of the lunonnr of the tinder, which  will b-i forfeited if th-1 person tendering dcel'ne to enter into a contract  when c.'liled upon to du so or if he  fail to omplutc the work contracted  for. Jf Ihe tender b; not accepted'  thj cl-cqie will b   re urned.  Th.- bep r m nt dues not bnd iticlf  :to-acoept-the-Liweat.or_8uy._t������ndsjrj__  By Order,  FRED. GELINAS,  1    " Secretary.  Oommen.'iiig at a post planted on  thi Eea beach at thi north-west ci r-.  ner of Lot 13 runnlmj die north 8o  cbains, thence due cast 81 rhiins,  th nos due with 30 oliiias mire or  less to sea bca-.h at high wat t mark  tb nice south-wo.ntwar.ly al.ug ih.'*  ssiJsea beach to pla *e of common  cement.  Dated this eighteenth day of February, 1908.  l. m. cor..,  E  8. COM, Ag.-w.  Department of Public Wor'.ts,  Ottawa,  Maroh   12,  1908.  octinsr as a Guard of Honour to His  Excefleiicy .(ha  Govornir-Genoral    in!  ���������-,.,.    .    .- t ,.      SjPtcmb,r. 1006,  Lord Gr--y oonsrat-l    Newsp p'crs will no! b   pad fir this  of bis, fnueds d^evo ov^*r to soe bun  ulatcd the Cad' ts on their smart ap-; advcr isrm-'nt if th.*y insirt ii  with  ; and, cave back ,with tbe report that  poaranoe.   This,was sulitrqucntly on***' out auihority from the Dspartrajnt  it w.ia a false, alarm.   * dorscd by the Diitrbt Staff Adjutant i *   '  I hear that Mr. Body wants a Hoi- ������������ behalf of Colonel Holm**. D. O. O.'  ,,d ' who wrote tho Head Mutator convcy-  'y* -   ��������� ing bis approbation of tho oxceedingi  Tho Ciimborlujd   Supply   Company ly smart way in which the Cadets for  have turned  out their  first student tned up on that occasion.      To   thla  olerkand hivo plv.'ii him a posi;i"niu ho added thit groat cr dit was d-ie to  thoir grocery d-pxrlment. This speaks the Officers aud Cadets of the Corps  woll of tbo     "Tenchor,"  Ask To Print  WOMAN'i HOME   COMPANION.  The Mrrch numb-r of'the WOM-  AN'dllOMiE COMPANION agiiu capt  ure's public notice with its charmiuiar  'CtiVer pioture-of~arJapauese-givl���������One'  of iho dainlirst magiz'nc csvorttbat  has appeared iu y^ari. This issue is  the Spring Fashion Number, and for  Griioe Margaret Gould, thj fashion  editor, ba sprcparrd many d'lighifnl  pages illuFtrating in detail the adv-  anoe spring   stylos. '   *���������  Dr, Ldwurd Eveivtt Hal.: contributes a. charming talk ou home reading. IKcllog Durland, tho author of  "The lted B.igu," has an allele of absorbing interest, tntftled "Women  of Itcvolt," containing some heart-  roiiJiugtiiiCCdoies of th' p.rt thnt oer  tain brave women hav pl.tyod iu the  liusiianu  Hevoluition.  Dr .Woods  Hutoliiuiiion writes ou  tho 'Mental Growth of Babies" a ru-  t'reshiiigly bright urtklo, and Irving  ���������ii' roflop"   i,  ui    -if i.   it.-  . i<" |i|i|   .   ,\  rott as \c Al .-.���������  .>.*  ���������.-������  \ i.-  ���������sr**  Koii'.hill   .Nuust-r^c,  | Over 800 :.ore<.)  rOliOATO     --      O^AKIt)  Sfc'1 ^->-v '���������;-������������������ -s i /--. ftw |  ^^���������V--'-- *:t^%s*L*l  rA-Z*7A  {f.f?*M'ri fc-5-   -  r ���������'vv-feS'l F=~ .-.  V fe-i'...".' - -- -���������������.  ?'-** A-  \    ;i^&r>)*?r.r/    ToMiovi th* worst form of Rheum  ���������., _...���������... _   ���������  ^^   in' n'tiaiiiimg auoh a high standard of atism, lake a teaspoon of the follow-'Baohclier, Francis  Lyudc,  Elixubelb  ���������"���������" .efflelonoy. ingnilxluro after eaoh meal and    at Biuurt i'helps and mauy oth.-rs ooutri  A Mti'iiua ITraiuing Class h'\s boon bodllmo.                                                  Ibute Ilotiou.   Tho usual departments,  ounces,  Those hnrml'ss  itvjr'idicnls om   be1  obtninod.fro mour hons arugi^ists and  THE MAKtNQ OF CLdTHIM. *  A OrrM't Deal DciNinda Upon Pvmimmtl,  PrmaetuK Oarmenta.  Prenalng a gitrnient l������ bait ot thi  mnklutf. and a nicely nxido gndn will  bo ruluod If It li not properly pifmuod.  In tho uiojortty or wises tbo amateur  droMtnakor either allow* tho garment  to become ������bloy or else the Mam*  are not sufficiently praoiied aad hu\*o a  drown look. AU thi* may bo overcome  If cor* I* taken, add ii^dotibt tnaiy  will be lurprUod to lourn Umt It la the  bottrd on which the material la preanod  tbnt la nil at fault  Tho Ironing board should ba won  padded. To do thi* nu old comforter  should be umHl, nud on tup of thi* a  couple of old IdniikPls, Old shoots  tnnko tho bost ironing cloths. Doubk  and plu Nootuvly to tlio hluuUt on eaci  aide ot the bonnl. or tboy may bo sowed ou with Inrgo stitches if preform!,  but these covering* must bo frequently  ebnnyni); therefore plunlug I* all that  la really iiocosHury, Oue will bo wo)',  repaid for ftxluit uu Ironing or pressing  hoard In this way, nud nonius may bt  firmly pressed on a board audi an tw  cme dmKrUntd wliUoul iholr bocmlng  {ablnji,.  Vor preaslng all dark materials It Is  ���������well to keep n cotton cover for that  purpose alone, a* colored material*  are apt tn ntstn. To press aoatna  open, lay tho right side of too mat*,  rial oost tbo honrd aud oven the Mam.  nun a thimble; filled wltb water op  tnd down, iillowlug a amoll Quantity  ef the water to remain all alonf the  swim, Some women may prefer to oat  a spoon to dampsn the seam with,  liave a utoderstetj Uot Iron, so aa not  to scorch tbe material, and It la all lm-  pwUtut that (he scam nhould he (rened  until perfectly t\ry, Do not sfrrtch the  mstsrlal. but hold the eeem tbat le  t������ln������ prossed so tbera will be no dsn-  ftr of It puebenng.  To nross a hem. olalta or a Xamm  When youns f d'es go ouf dri I g o-i  in fine evening th-y shohld not try to orB^nlicd, and oiisscs htv b'on form  turn on a narrow part of tho road.     ���������(j jor Arl| pro,hind, and Arohitoot^  A oall from an^p-stalr window is : ur.4 Drawing undor the oaro of effioi  roryofion unbiiodcd. ��������� ent instructor*.  * . j    ,   ,        ,    ,     , An expert  Oytminstiio  tnstruotor  Thero is    sjody In town trying   o   ��������� r���������a{ruotor tBke, charge of tho   hoys  ���������..,  ������������������������.������...���������..���������,   organise a lodge for th;i lidl'8 oi led oawa woek tor Gymiuaetlos and Tree an. onsily mix-d by shaking them well  thoMiacnnhnrH.   A mooting was.dllod Dr,n urorotH0B. In a botllo.   Heliit Is generally felt  for tho'.tenth of Maroh and ouly two.   The A'Lhloilo Sports which am hold fro ml be first few dos.'s.  turnad'out ao I guoBs they won't     omof. yftnr arj a gr-'ol aouroo ofpleaH     This proscription     slates a     well  flwirm unless soraoorfo ������iv"������      thom uro,to tha iirg0 or0wd of imltrd spoo knownmu'thirliy in a Olovrlaurtmom-  n ' lot In Oourtonay     to build their  totora) ami 90mo vory oroditnblo per- jng pnper, forcos tho ologgod-up lu-  hlv������ on.   . '-\ I formancos h.ivo b'on made; Mr. Litug notivio kidiicys to    "filter and  Btraln  A'quiet wedding took pi -ce at tbe' blmsall is an 'Old������������������������������'' Javtag auco  homo of Rov. Mr. Meusl ���������* whon Miss ossfully won tho Mi.le ond Two Milo  Margaret Grieves was united Lu mar-  rlnfpa to Mr. Alexander    MoNolI.  Both of tho contr toting pirth'-i ore  well-known CumberlnndiU'a. Thoir  many frlcnrlB In the yalloy and Oumb  erlind.will wish them lonij 1 fo aud  prosporl y.  Mr. Johnily McKenslo nnd Mr. Lnn  cor BorUl y l.t' on Wodusday f������ Lit  tlo (lunIleum whero thuy arc engaged  iu working on thn t<>l graph Hue.  Fluid Ex! rod. Dandelion, one-half presided over by Margaret" E. bangs  ounco; Compound Kwrgor, o:io ouuoo; (er, Ji\-v;inio Merritt Fanner, Anna  Cumpouud ftrru'p   SarsapariMn., throe' Stoeso .nichard.joii   and   othori,   aro  helpful aud attractive. Tho whole  while number is beautifully illusstr  raUd,  0   '  UP   TO   DATE,  "la your tiimlly doctor of the uow  ' blmsell Ib an ' Old Blue" having auco from the blood tho poiaououa wasto  Comox Drips  Mr. Brldgor who ti.ia berii stay-  li������������ hero for ������onv������ months left for va  neon vor Inst wook, ���������  Tho ynldos Lumber Oampany landed! a large amount of supplies horn  one day last wook, Tbo supplies will  tbo aunt to Oyater Hiver for tho o*tmp  thoro.  Mr. Cyril Plorcy and daugh er of Co  mox leave on Thursday for hia former  homo, Birmingham, England, by ��������������� ti,  Coraloaii, Allan Llnor, from Bt.John,  N- B. April 4th. Their many trlonds  will wish thom   bou voyaga.  W Al������TBD-More eorrospondeiire  tioiu iiouiv* utih iv?A* ' Atif 1H������li-  Vlama lhi������ would ba lntn������6i*tl������K to  you In print would aUo tiuetest >out  frieuds. Those columns arc always o-  p������n for oirrospondonoe,  or old schoolt"  'The ntwt-8(   ,l  b-liovc"  "Wliu i,  hit rilstlisguishmg  pcou������  llarityf  "Sq,,ill (lovm  ond big  fees."  , lun loUu.w'Jtufc uuvlwi il;- l���������AI-ty nf  "Nobleaw OJtAitT" l������ t������ken fro m������ ���������������  The jyfayor of CimVrltnd hssupvcr  Marrl'.of C)i,e moto, 'Noblesse Ohtl������������"  At a rooont m< eting of thn Council he  ftlUou lof tbo   city clerk In ������ msn  ! ner happily nr*in tb* aunals of pib-  lic ������orvlci>. The pre* *l������aa f������ry pro-  osrly eondemnrd his conduct. It  might do won* than tdm lilm b*er  A ol ho schoolmaalrr for s lesson In  mann������rs.  *Vk^*\l;~lTf/f.������tffy.ip:  ���������:������������������*$** riimi4'fop,,nfiW*te  %������.  p*^    } " "'���������' ���������  lft?1.������N'*P������i?.i-.M*  nr i i  PWRE /l?i"D WHOLi;:u;U'.*f.;.j;  S%P*f   sf^lU   *   f?^"'j"'   mi:'t.;t**,U*''I  tORONYO.OKt. 8  '���������aemtmmt'���������*���������*���������*���������'���������.* -,--...���������.,. ���������"  **.vn:m*tm  I PHILLIPS HAMISOfJ  HarrlMt-ev end g.olW.lr.<- r  out]  Notary Public  Conveyanoi rtt������  Oumberlaiiii     B. IJ.   ���������  60   VCAUr  ixpinitNct  Twu Mam*  ^   D������ais������e.  OeermoHTa 4Vo.  *Mml?tm\\t1&  jOj^^jjte^y^iW^anl**  fm-ewXaiUt, withoatonsri  .aa?  twu, I  mm  Scienilfic flBterican.  tbi, ib wia by all ntwaiaalin,  assajEp,  fluifi! k -OmnMa&A'  IfAT AT THI .'..  VENI>OME*  Hf   Am, CosvKsisscMwa Ovarn.  flit H*K 1* St/PI'llRIi WITH  Best (Jquors and Cigars  J. R BANKICRMAN.  ���������mmmmns*.  Wood's SPbonbodiMf  rtmea nnAln vSrSitaaiMttmw  ^"^t^-rr mi i..liBaBIWBgqti*****aaawarjMa������w������a*r-~ *'��������� '������������������  - .^^^^������"^ ���������.���������������.������������������..-���������������������������������������..>������   Riii-s; of ������coteli Whisktes.  ���������- ..'.   ��������� - t*.������mm**m.tmm,~.     ���������������-*"���������������������������������. ���������.���������.^-^���������*������,* ***������������������������..       ,, ,       ������,������������������ ���������.���������., ���������������������������.������ .m. m. mmjm. 'miwm .*i"������ mmm imiW ��������� ��������� nil ml mmm ��������� W K-mrn ***'**< >!���������.. '"WWH ���������" *e<   Hi ***** *mim*������mmmm*mmw I WWHW-iMSINi ������mn  ThaHUD30N3 BAY 00  8ole AeenUfor BO  )m*m^viXmn Ziffi'^lfc'm Nm*  tm������ Iktntgii, eoaiii t*t*d *^ WVry fv-  Uner, Btaiixt w*nktt**n. ^fcHo������r,*fi.������r������  .mm.mtm. ������������������������>  Coqk'i Cotton Root Conponi  ������Tt&.8li5'  WBifl*neMi TOE TOWS, CTJXIMMAMTX T*!OT!?SH tO^TTiTRTX'  SDurtHji   the Quiet   Season  ��������� 11 ibiiii nei .sue     .������������������"a nij wm esar���������iwsmmw^sw���������a  is the time to get your  watch repaired. More  watches are ruined by unskilled worlunen than years   f  of wear,  Stoddart, the Jeweler.  Practical Watchmaker.  <&���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������**���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������  Where aro you going?   I ara going to) the O m x Co-operative Moat  Market, where I can get a Nioe, Tender, Juioy Roast of Meat: No Bone,  ���������i    AUiifeat.  | Comox Cooperative Society,  ���������9 ' R. Webster, Manager.  ��������� '^k^ZljJmVi  lersistent' Advertising  roduces  ���������rofit in every kind of business,   ������ '-  '*."   i,        ���������������������������,"..  The columns of the News is always open for more'" A d vertise-  ments.    Try a good big ad.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  ' And all KITCHEN IUTENS1LS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  ������aimmmmmitmmmmmm.,s*t*mmmmu*mme*  <���������  tt  it  O  < ���������  o  il  o  n  o  LOCAL    ITEMS.  The WILM)N HOTEL at Union  BAY Is notrtl for Iti Fresh Oyster  Cook tails. It t dikes only ' a minute  to make om. Hivj a l.ixuryf  Mr_ A Di. Ic wm a passenger to this  .ity on Friday.  -4-  Mr./. Disk returned to Naa.Smooa  Thursday.  Mrs. S. Davis, Bur.  Vancouver  returned" from  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for the E'arm, Garden, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable prices.  No  Borers, No Scalo,  No Fumigation tOndamage Stock.  No windy agents to nncoy you.  Buy direct nnd gA tteen rnd seeds thtt  trill GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis.Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut  Flowers, etc,  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouse* and P. O.  dre������8-3010 YVtst-uiiMtt-r R������������d.  Ad-  Thosse:,'wo den'l ts hsvn bad a contest to see whioh one extracted the;  most teeth in a month.  How did i,. ome out?  Oh ,it was a draw.  *������V  Waiworth-Rolston Co. m,  io 16 Westminster Avenue, Vancouver,  B.  C.  *.  Dealers in all "kinds of Farm Implements.  Best Line of Modem Machinery aud by Largest and Best Factories.  See B,  Wiite us for Prices and Catalogues.  C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, fi. C.  i  Ut. J-. A. H Iliday has retarned  from a t rip to Viotoria..  Mr. T. Leemaa returnsd Wednesday  from Nanaimo.  Miss Uay of Vultm Bay. was in tha  city last   wook   visiting   friends.  Mrs. Dave Walker returned from  Vancouver on Friday of"'list week  I  *  In Job Printing; we print any-  thing from a  BIG   POSTER  to a  "Bill Bailey"   was a   passenger  Nauaijno ou Tbursdey 1 e .  to  Mrs. Ceilings nnd famly were pass-  itgers 'home on FriJ.iy from Vancouver  '  Mrs. J. H. Piket was a  home-from Vancouver on  laat.  passenger  Thursday  Lieui-Goveirnor JDuusrauir was in  ihe ciiy Let wee"k having arrivid on  .ho Pilot. --,  Mr. A. H. McO Jiluni of H >ruby -Is  Und wus ii.t iJwn lint weeii on bu*  iifes'i. *���������      '  THE CHARGE of th' MAD BRIGADE;  (With acknowiac-.gem u's to Tcunysou'  H-.lf a Mock, half a block,  H lf a blccTc onward,  Packed into trolil-y ears  Hade i he six huiidr d.  Maidens ah  dmailrons h le,  ' T li spiiipslerr, slim and pile,  On to the B'irga'in Sale,  Rode the six huiidr. d.  Autos to the right of thom,  II usoms to th> lift of them,  Flyingi.r Ins ovor them,  'R.itiled and   thtiadt*r.d.  Forward through ail Che roar.  On through th- crow-t tboy bore,  Tj Pwoe and S.dl-r's   Storo  Rodo the six huiidr d.  " When at that mart of tride,  Sieru-f.ced uud  unafr.iid,  Oh, i1il> wild cbtrg: th.y madj l>  All ibe clerks wjudiTid.  Theirs no.  to xoply,          _  "Tliiiirs'iiar to"x3isoli" whyS  Theirs but   to jucifj       '  All.the six buudrid.  Ou 'oi gains  still  intent,  ll.-ujcvv.ra iht   b���������y rs  w nt,  Wiih ti ah  au.1 pawenou  .iii.nt,  Au4,^riuiidshipa sundjr.d.  Wb.^.hu' Uiotr bats* asp ./rt dents���������  Wliii'ibi.' th i. gAviu show jc-nis���������  Xiii-y live p.,v u ;hitiy-*.veu ecius.;  nobL atx buuar.u,  ��������� iv-ui.u'- uvu*  Companion.  AU Those Who Contemplate Taking  International   Correspondence  .    School   Course  Should "Write Mr. Jamjfs F, McMillan, Box a6i,  District Office, *Nanaimo. All Communications,  Promptly auwered.  Mr. ..-McMillan comes to Cumberland e /ety few  weeks and stays at Union Hotel. There are now  ov������r 300 Students in this District.  KI.H-U1L_.^..1.������J_ il���������'.-li... ���������^U.lJ^-JLUajU.lJ.^ui.".'I..JlJl...l"JJ.'J'���������J���������'J.V.'.J������������������ li..iJ���������.'LIJ.J1'..������J..J mw.li.tj, i%,  999999999999999999999^99999999999999999999  TBE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  ���������  Capital. $3,JK.'0,W!0  Rbskuvb, $4,300,000  Asskts,   $46,4W,UQO  Dki\ ens, {533,700,000  VtoSTiNa Cash,  Mrs.'iP.. O.sssf r 1 .aiconvp n'od by her  mo.lwrri'iuim'd from D uai.ui I land  ju Wednosdiy. ,m>i  Messrs J. Brydcn ivnd G.o. Tarbell  returu-'.l f:i*om Vmicouv.jr ou VV..d-  .icuity iutit ���������  . -t   Dr. II. Thirm vt Union Biy was In  .he ol y l.<it wook ou bti~iu<si>a una  plllilSUlv.  *4r**  Firemen's Ball.  The wwfcqvcrnde ball K>1 Tfn last  tvnsia (fraud Nueces from ev.'iy point  1. fview���������the crowd 'was lug* and  welt'masked ud {ipp.'itr.'d lu I.' eujoy-  -i'.ig'iihoinu'lyca ua J<r nait was nt nil  1 ,...libit'to fiijoy Hit.tfCiiir'O th,* kind  i.' ��������� 111 uit'L>1 pun ot lli.' b H wiin uu  1 .ubledlynii Import nnt 4*u 1 of Uiu  nvontng and the Plr. man hive ovory  ..i, u kOiiKxUulilt' .tnomi*elvi>.H ou  jtit ������c������.re. O. com ac tln-y dciiervo  1.1 j iK'for providing suoh |.,rind en-  .. r.Yll'lltllOHI.  * no VitUii-irlond was fitii'dy d.cor.  . ..��������� I [or thu ocuaHion, aud loum'd llku  1, pluce of aiiiussi'intiil.  t'lio folluwiutr arc tlw winner* of  tit. jirixul; '  ,k-*\ l>ru������Hi*d Udy, Mh-a Bell Mur-  (look.  H>Bi Dri'Sii'd Gent, Mr. Uhtrl-'i Mc-  pJHilJ.  ,n������coiil Heat   Dreaaed  Gent,     W.  AiclnrM'ii.  Heat Oomlc CKaracUT.  Mr.   Lou la  Ui*Mt NalllonaJ bCwacicr,  Mia Kd-  OU lUi-uimun,   ,  IV.Kt   hunt Hit il   OlinrtMcr,       M(.'������  UiwIm, fLi.ilysrrinh.)  Uni Httio, ���������  MoiitAo.  i-,*onl luH Hobo,'Mr. H. ThomMn  I' |hy,    Mr   Kv.in I.eiii*.  .Bat Olnwn, Mr It. Gr ty.  1 rtr     V.   lt7M|m    l,i*wi<i.   I Ijulv*  vnifJi.)  J>������oii..... rls> wnl(������,   Ml������a  Grant,  T������tmbulo 1 rU*.\Mr  It 11.J.row-  Mr. J. Webber na   ������p^a������t*nffer on  4h.' boat at-uiii on a^twdty momiitK.  Mr. 4A. Cb liut*r* of Hornby liland  ������v ..  4   \i������i.oi   (0 Ctii.lj. Uud ou i-'ri  *������.    ' 'mt.  Mr Mr   MnVHInn of H-truliy wm In  i \, 1 U*   *ree*-.  V n-tlnto. M-ireh 21-^'n-imo lout  It  -ddtmt i^emwr in th<������ pi mnn of Mra  ������> hn Cl.r.. ,i    ������������������ i> |ii.>t.  *.������>, ������li������  ���������I������t*l n Friday ni������ht   Th* Ute    Mr*.  ������:^rittie waa in btr At y-ar    lor *h  f*������#*   ������Ja������4i������ittkUU mi x**' limy E'-uki-  a1 will tako placo to>day at li p, ai.  Vh)1<\x,jUiuka, Mtroh 23-Bteamtr  Htratoga wout ngrouud off Uucbmi  Ii1.inddur'ng a miiow sierra ytairrdny  amVnow Ilea oaugbt on tho rooks in  a *turiloua poalifon. It is feared ������ht������  will bu broki'u hi two by thu follow  lug morning.  The atoKuitr li one of tbo North  Woaiwu fltioounira'Oo,'. taken ovor by  1A1I i������U 8. 8, Oo. at ������hj first of    tho  your.  ������������������'   "���������������������������������    ��������� ���������������������������  Canadian Pacific Railway  Company.  SOURDIJLR OF the QUKRN CITY 011  V>.ttiC3uvcr>Uiwi������ I11K1 Hum,., and  Vii/itoou vi*r Coinox  Houio.  O.iuinivix'iiiK Hundi.y March    liiind,  llion, ibe 81 Miner "Wu^'it Citv'   will  Vn placed on th" Vancouv.r* Comox  Uuutti, und the VaucottVvr������..lv. rs *w  let iiwiiti' on tb������ following neln'dul.'j-  VANCO VKlUCOA.O.i uouri.  Ilenvo Viiiieoiiv. r 7 0   trf Huuitv  Airivi; in .Sanaliitj It p, ui, nuu.nty,  I ".id S  ;.t'i .n J   . in. A.on I.,).  Arrive at luiou I. :.. n;u. MotiJtty,  Anlvi-Hi CmUiox   I p. m. MomUy,  Lo.vo Coutux 7 p. nt  .UouJay,  Aniv.i,jt U1I011 6 t ��������� ui. Monday,  I.e. vii I nlon 5 ������. m. Tu.aliiy,  *������,.;,.��������� y.,.,,.,i.,_v   ty,,,, a.i#>. '.'..:,!,i  Lo ,v������4<������utltito I p. in. Tu liny,  Aifivt' Viicotivfi fi p. m. Tun (ay,  j Unix 1*1 en btniiivna oft. r������ ai Naii-  OO'C Uay, Bear Cr^������k, Lit lit Q ia l.uut  ill a t<u I cunt, U'rnoy lil m ttm Utn.  iii'tttlt'l nd.  VANCO   VKIMUVKIIH t,,M BOUII  Le ri-VitiCfiir r ll a  in   xVedn id y  Ainv������ 4.iv������i������   Iul ilW,,u������.oui������>    a.  ������������. in. FrMty,  ' Arrive Jut. in ln|. I Ciitmry lti>oii on  I       Frid.-y.  Irf-jv������<C n ������ ry 6 p in- Friday,  Arrive Vmteonvrr  noou ttumhy,  tviU enll at way pirta.  ,       K J. COVLK, A. ti. r. A. Viitecit-  J n.r, ti  r.  ,���������<������,  ������������������-���������*>���������  Mr .Jthii Thomson neoompanh'd by  Mt. T1uiu������.ii i*ei'" piss-ugM's hoiuj  *-u V������uuue*id..y hat.  Mr, AuJorson of Audcreou's togging  tiatup vliien .uul.s b.l^w t,ai*u Hay rf*  tit towu ou li'rLUy on bu .4io������-.  A  O  41  y  At  i*'  ���������o  *>  *>  ' " -Monoy Qfders' -"  ������������������  Rates.  $5'and, under -      -      - SOeiits  Over iJ5 aud not exceeding ������10 G Cunts  <0vcr!$lOiind not exceeding $30- lOOouts  Over 990 nni'i mot excoedinu$5i>     35 Cents  These Money Orders are fuj'toble without cost jn any  Bauk iu Cauadu.  Chartered  9  9  <t  11  it  *t  tt  9  *>  inturest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  Z       :.  A..B..NETHERBY,   &-*������***-  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.��������� '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������O  1  Mr*. William McKenmy who has  been ou a visit tu h. r tt.4.er turs. l.  Hoiuj rotuuivd liouio ou Ttiurjd..y'������  boat.  Mr;?. McGill wl*> h.a ben on a vi-  ill 10 Iv.u* piiriMita Mr. and Mr*. I).  i'liou.ps.iijretiiiu.d bouu'#.1 Ins.Thur,  sd<y* uubaa,.   *  I  Union Bay Motas.  (From our  Bpocitl  C6rrospoud*nl)  A b.iiebfill oltib has bin-u otg.miz-  ed at tiiiou Buy ibatis gomg to b. .4  winner. Mr. Geo. Boo.h of th. fr iaht  (iiimi i������ in;ut'ttg..r. Uo is an Ai Vi Lor  iu veteran. Mr. Ale* MoLuod of Mes  ers.f'maer aud Bishop's sore ois iho  field ouptaJu, aud tiir. ��������� b'-d Uay w������*  m-.de ucurotury-iieatiurti'. Cuuib.i-  Uud pluy ball uud look out ior the  ., .   B. a, C  The tlargo framp atoamor "'Sheila"  Oajn. Ugi<vi,e at 1. il..;* oil th^ whurf  awultiug .ordoi'8 from 1 hi iioavl of.  -***���������  Tbo 'tramp steamor "Inverlac" arrl  vedoitf thj ivh.rf at 9 p. m. ou Sutur  day uvuniug-.  Tbo Oompauy's steam.r "Wellington" C..pi:. fullci., will won bo ivady  for aea after cxtotislve repairs to her  ���������boilers, und bold. Her fir*t trip  will likely bo to Skigway, Ahflka,  with a fu4l cargo of atcintor coal.  The orew wlib- to know ll thoro nro  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAXIOB  _^_J.  LADl-KS' TAIWHCMADECOS'IUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS m*t)E TO   ORDER HfiD  IN ANY STVLtE YOU CUISR  PEEF3SGT FIT OTAEAX^TEHD.  Prices From f^O to 940.  ��������� ������������������as~rrtt*TT.Trccsa  ���������s.-ssaiw\timtsm.a*M am t^*amm  G 0HB8R IJ A N D,  IJ. C.  Tht spJu.il it Pf-rtIiM*t/)' i-1vsWt.il  \U*5eJBT   4:f^*34tn'  (Color, Uuy,   Wnipht, IK.'/)  Recently pui'i'lmsted by the Coinox Hor c Hrceiicr.s'Association  ft'iiin MfUau^'iilin Hjos,- Columbus, 0., will stand for service at  the stable of  B. Crawford, Conrteiiiir,  Tt>rm������9   $38 Insurance  Miiiivb 8i*ntTioia iuil������Utico will boM  mud o*n*tl Ir ������t r������B������..imM������ r*l������n til! etfe  Mis C .M. Clemi'iit of Vjucouveri  lull been i.ppo;u.id to a iio^uolu oni  .lie uliy Hvlwo l.l.tlf. Uuiivm wilt bo-  rfiu Apr J l'l������      '������������������  It l������ reported thit a woll-knowu  popultr uiuiciitu uub wlli g vo a  mm.li) f^i tlii.' b nofii of tho hoapltal  befero (hu aeaaoii oIsiof,  Now that tho coutraot for gr.dlng  tho first hundr-d ml a on lh.* Fiollio  Cot������!,.nd ul th- Or.tnd Trunk Paeltle  hiii two 1-t, th* Important polnla on  Iho Jhnmlri'd mlloa .r.> b'ln������ 1 ookeil  up.   Rl'iveii.lmM''a out frem Prince Ru  any good dogs for atlo .In Cumberland  pert la Invormaa canimry, where Umr  ���������tt bargain price, in ��������� puc. ufilfo and where Ck-orge T,  Kiin.'lns a town-d.'j .b������ul two titil it  WIN03.  Courtenay CkafF  froimlnvorwiaa is the* Paatfio oannory.  Vbit jucxi pl.O', but on the oppo.-ili.  sldeol ihe Bkooni river from thei'de  on which llie railway w'll run Ih  Port .Bklnglcn. Thla torn Is the ������e  ���������ntro ol tho s'llmon oimiliig Inluury  inn^kri'na rlv-T and Is an Important  jbUMliiwa poiiil. During nllwny con  irlrnotloii It will ba tlw moat Import.  Thern nre tw op.Sut* made V\ the  nH'i'nemn' mnd bet ween tho Grand  Trunk JVmlfjo Rill wny nud tht* Mo*  Drldo gnvornmn ov*rwlil������h Uuro  will b,������ dlfferi*u������i> of op'iilort, Tht  I/i>nrt Art so.s fnr'h tho wiy In which  town or city loU belonging to the pro  viii'oiiHy be a.ild, Ii sny.-* th" I'ta  /.h.ll It- ������old at PU0L.IO A' OTJON,  Mini \n ev^'lly Mas unup-t't prion  ah II be plnoml upon all suoh loispnt  up for sakv, and in caau any of suoh  lot* "iiv nut wld at nuct.ou sale.th. y  umy attorwnrda bii auld nt prlvato  sale, a': a prko not 1 ������s tlmu such up  aet i>Tlc������, The Oraiid Trnn'i agrnin  ent aaya, "nolwithntinil'iiiB anyrli'tig  oontniiiol.In tho LmdAoi.t shnll bi  lawful for ihe I'eiitfii-.nt govi'mor-in  on  Mr������.,Maa:eri of NaaaSrao wai ap ������������������  city o.i ii-IJ.y oi ia t !������'Vt������nlU!i li������*.t  wiih v.-rv  Good program p ovl oJ  M'l!tt.'i'   10  vv.i<>k.Mh' o.iuiK up tu aitonl Iho Mil  liiuty opuilng In tin* 'br .nob afore  hero .which took pl.oo th.' ii.xt day.  Bca������lc-Goodnas pracioua,     Mabel  Who. rt* yiit crying fail  i>.' i'rl��������� ueiJlmt   jO'V"*,*!   >w u.%   ������ .���������������  ilplu tvl il r,������fim."l bluv���������Viin-bnol���������  ill tho ally gou������.i th-booJioo-booI  luugut 1 menu it.  in������������Mi������-Thorn vnrn t^if I*wt tnwi in  ih. w.'iid you'd ilnnk would aorape  \Ci|tiaiiian������#.  HI b. a-H nk cnhliir!  lilobUs-Noi my  btrbor.   Look  Ihotl^al U rnin cm! iniul were  ru work.tl lit 1 36.  Tht������y  , ..nil.,   l-ii+it. t   dil   ujv  .ii   I * eti A mod lira     fouttauh  'vw.ury.  A gang of anrrotora arrltpfl  the lust boat to look over tho timber  cldlnia belonging to the Kraaor Hiver  Conrpnny.  Tho Mutual Improvement Society  hold'their monthly oonoort on Krlday  gio.l rfiiilts  aud or try  thing went off woll, Thn acting w.n  fin.) nnd i<v.ryoii* enjoyed lh.* ii.ttiu-  al pin of It more than one would im*  aOlue*  Real cR'talo arrms to iba booming,  oKpiOi.illy on Wt.ll ������tr������et, tht* reaid"  cntnl ���������part of Court, uuy.  It \a areporled thai Dr. Mlll.ird ln������  tenia moving on hia ranuh thtr ug i*o  ���������umwer.  A large number of men arrived <ln  town ou it iperit Iboat to work in  Oamt>R, whioh li only a few -inilca  froimbnrn  Il ia reported (hat wages are not  to large aa last year. I.ogg r* r.������������������vivo nbout half what thoy diJ In tho  budit at year. '  The new Pafnl Worka atarted here  are doing a mat ling bu������li������m  Mr. Vboxv ham m*>v������l inio hi* in w  v.n- tt>t.tr liouat wMcb has Juit b������i*n eomplol*  U mot  to  *d'.   il,' will th iv-   a couifortabl ��������� Utile >*Wtn,  Mr. II.n Fli.leh������r If ������r<������etln? a new  dwulltiiK tn  Rlvnr atrtei.  nut point betwiun Prlne.' Rup-rt ond eoiwll toAtfUN/NY WAY UK MAY  KHwiboa cmryrn.    It hia at^r ������ "ho DBKM M0*<T 0ONIH101VK TO    TIIR  tel v;in-l n bmk, and a pn It ion dir INTKHFflTS OK THI! PKOVNOK.tlie  thftflnhliKg Hoiaon of 2,(U)& or mor*. loh or HewKa, or nuy ponl-n of tlm  Abitit flvi nilloa up th' B't-ioiin from lulm or tUmka, ilnt wiil full lo    Iho  Port KHHiiiigton, on tbo rillwiiy ������VJo provlnro iimlnr the provlniotia of a.ild  <>r the r'.vvr, U ik t>wn*It  of B'cenn tvgroeini'ni.'"  oily,'w Inert' own. ra   llm I   wl!   u ii Tin* sfroii-l p dnt over which (hor*  place of kmnnrlaiiop onon th*) railway will be dUpiitoti la con,..In d in a et  ipli'tfl, n*'i   but tliroo miles t>v* ion H of  nba  iigirnernxut.   It   road  at  Tl.iO iVIMtows Intuinl     eelt-bral-  on tlie 2*'It of April.   FurtUi  pt-  rf<"if.r< filer  W������>teh wit for th' entertainment  lot* given In th* AgtlenUnrA Hill  ���������it.lM THIRTV-FMtHT  U compl  era luw divide to th' h-ad of Work  olnii'iiol. B.itwi'i'ii Ihe tLWii-ito of  BkoiMii ciiy aud tho mouth ot Kitsum  g.illum nrj two or tlmm telogrnph  ������<t.i loim. Al Kit iimgiJIiwu there la  k|iiite a Kfttlrm'mt, aa tho viJIey of  I'I '".;rv'.j; VI'Mn 1',''" jrA"d 'li"A "nd It  i>xii'iiU ti'Ck to a Jtk<> oi in.i saino  imi������������ a iti������tautH,< of atijut iw.itly  ini." >. 'Ahi'io ii, n gi.it. rel iiii.ro anil  ,inH hti.el owned b) K. Kby A Co. A-  boult fJcvoii ml ������������������ itbive latauragall-  um, ou the appoitito nidi* bf Iho Hkoo  nu, in thu mouth ul tlm Oj|ij< r rivr,  I.U4 tuul   IUI1C4  I li   il:|   U I  11      tVtt������rfli������  v*lt.*iv ih.ro li a pott offluo, and a  ���������toreind a hottl owu.d by J. W, Pat  teraun. Righty mill*** b yoml Kltsal  a* on tho a .o. in |. Hu lun, st the  UmJVI ii.vtgaiJ^i mi tb-< r.v.r nd  trading ,i;oint of linpoi tuu'e, B ilJ-  ton U 'b.iil liOO in.lea from Pt'iiivt  Kuper .-ii-iitst- Uu p. r������ Etnp.r ,  l*i inc* lluji. r. i������ ti ������.l.iy a town of  SO ltoti������i������rf Mii.t (fin-. nHdi.H hu J i niiiii  .'��������� i . I ii-. .mi .'I m loot nee aud ir  tent-cibiu������built on tho Grand Tun.  Fr ,ti.|ijti^������ua u.i-bo mli*il elil-ut,  or.. ,u,iwt >t d, b.iliiing'i Hint eo.tt  irotn HO.OOO all ihr way down t������ fie  -K.upiie,  id*;  "Tlw coat of audi aurvoy and nu-dlv-  loiiuu, ii ud till work tncidoitt thoro to,  t>lv������ll be borno tva to tlirot'-Couitha  Hhereoi 'by t*������ Townalt'i Compiny,  nnd ua to oiw-fourtli Lb������*n of by the  Prxvln'o."' Th' towm-li^ eomwuiy ag  j(.i''.(. \ ...   n.it   -\   ((....,,.!(,.   I,,, I,,,,     uy,  aroi of not Iksk thtn it.UOO aur<������;tlie  nuivtiy ,tttu ituil-uivi.it it ol Uio \l,uilxl  i.������iea must be oomil'ded by Htiptoui  bor30th, I!>08. Th/ ij i s.l >������ will arl������e  UCI.KA1UNO TUU LAND, workin*  clduui t oth������ coat ul aurv.yiug aud  Nub'Jlvidiiig tho town lt.f Ou'ili'iiiN-  <t������4 i.i0fo������ oi wore ot tn i find wore  jle.roil b'fire the agroomoitl waa������l*  giu.l ,ind thouaaud of dilUi* h.ivo  'ntnitrp m by ih; 0 .T, P, Jn miking  I'lingripll- aurvry , Ik tho cost at  oil thit w<irk tint hta .tlroaly b.n  loiii* JiKldeirt to railing the aurv.y  nt ml-d vlalou ol tbo to^udnl-  rho ivituiifc.  My wife hia Jiaa* completed a fiani  -ome pi ������i eovor, ailJ H ikby. Dot  your wife Ao any fansy w������r' T  I) i>������.l.. do f ncy wor..I roird If  '>jk. Y������n rn-fh-. ios*> br when I  , > h me J t ��������� from Jodge.

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