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Array /  Don't Forget the Firemen's Masquerade Ball to foe Given TO-NIGHT,  March 17th, 19G  NEWS  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District,  A .        i>'    -*  ,r.   ��������� "J ill  \j;0iaiivd Aase^';-  The"News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, MAR.    16   1909  rMii mm-.  M  iiraiiuiiitiRiiiMiiiaM^  ..AT THE BIG .STORE.  You will find a large up to-dateand well assorted stock of ||  HOUSE   FURNISHINGS f  Is  New nnd La'������o*t De igns"in (he following lines for 191 9 ditphiv, comprising:���������Tapestry nnd Lace Cur  tnino, Curti'in Mucins, Cur'aiu  Poles and Fixui-o.*, Phdn and Fan-  .   .   cy Window Shades   .   .  A Splendid Assortment  of   Now Designs in....   ,  WALL    PAPER  Floor  Coverings  Ostrpeta  aiid Carpet Squaie?, Oil  cloths and Linoleums���������! oth printed  and   inlaid���������Cork   Oaipe'p   in  ~pTain,^Io^Ti 11 g- and'NITOTTiffireti"  Caipeft|swce|!e*'*, Japanere Mailing  Uamboo   Awning   Screem.  Full line of Paints  and Brushes  and all iequines for hmwi clean-  :j ing tit h)A\Mt poisinie priws      ,    .  ll  si  sa  (flail  lit^dr  *ys&  RvvWed  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine, Varnish, Stains  and Baplae, whicli makes old furniture like uew.  and for 1909  Simon Leiser k-Co. *Lti  Tho Magnet  Cask Store  Takes  First  Place.  "tTeTbIte  tt  DUNS MUM AVENUE  CUMHKltltANl)  iimtm  11.  wi  iiiwroiiitww^^  3KXIHWWTJWMI  SMS  Subscription $2.60 a Year.  TZT  The J. N. MeLeod  FIRE STOCK  or rather what  is left of it  is still on sale in the Gleason Building', J  longer,  1,  and will be for a few days  while other arrangements &re Doing  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.  STODDART  i  f  **MW*.t.t*ti*/mr'w..m*i AK������ManMAVim[ \m* mmmmea HHfl  Omnium,m���������t.,.m., ���������9mmwmtmgmnmA%^Seem*.hwMimininn-rd  New Shoes  New Shoes  Ten Cases  Men's Women's and Children's Shoes.  IKSriM  A Splendid Rang? of Styles  and the New Shades of Tan.  Wc Can Rt Ye������! at W.m Prk������  Ar-  J. McPHEE & SONS,  I2S  iiijViMnu.i .������-i".������..>  1   a   e*  Sane*  HUB  xocac  XOK  P. Phillipps Harrison  ������  ���������      BARRISTER AND SOUCITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C  Wireless Records of  Rupert City.  Recent Performances  Of Apparatus in That  Vessel Have Astonished Bngl nee r������ Sent Mos  .sasjos Over Mountains*  Ona of tho bost long-distances  overland wireless records ever made  stands to tlin credit of tlio steam  ship Rupert City, sailing between  Viii.coiivu)' nnd Prince Rupert, On  a trip 'to Iho north tho Rupert  Oily oporator for tho UnitedWiro-  kiss Telegraph Company was in  oiimniiinifitinn with tho hind  station of tlio United concern at  North Vancouver. Tho vusel al  the timo was in the harbor of  Prince Unpoi't.  An tho country between Nortli  Vancouver ami 1'rineo Ui.pi-rt U  o\������'.co<liiigly luoiiiitniiioiiH. tin** aerograms 11111.1L have pushed over these  high mountains. ISut added to  this foal ol tlioiusli'iiiinnith aboard  Pt! the Kupi riOity, thn npcralur eon������.  , 1i munh-atud direct lo iho I'uiled  I company's tuition in Sua! tie wliih*  J the bunt was in Prince Wuport.  j This distance iii more than oUl)  I miles and iho niemiigit  mul havi*  ii.m.i.i ............  i . t  (        UJ   tt.H)ii.*;i ������>j|.ni.-  ;,..    .    -'     ���������  j considered tlio most ixiuaiknUe ol  i any Hcconipiitdicil on   tlio  Pncith*  j i*'i,i"t, or |i.'ihijm in tin* world. So  1  Ml*  llll'     l'("*l      I I'dirO!*      ll'IU'     .i'n  ! nm le by llie wink'1- dii'i'iiu  and  \ steamships of the Pad lie,  !   As tin* Rii|erl. City i^ cij'.ipp''d  j wiili only a t.vo.!.il.-w<ttt  i*.<];u*it\ j  j tat i;I uiiirunifiitr, win ic-������  ���������������������������'���������ii-,  ti.'i'i's J.'d'i!   r.nt    t'.iit    tl,������<    '*.>..|*1!.  i ' .  j ltlU*t    llUVl;   a    WOlI'll-Wili    na-illgi  ! ���������*\td ri'CvWinit tl.t,'',|*;lM-������ t.i \,-- ')'���������!������-  I "*     I I  ii.-. ��������� and  --" t^- .*'.iii*'  v.C tt:m..u.'..J*i'jU. %  Hut t i' iii*tiiiui������!iit* alntard the*il  !   il������l|ft*it t'ity  d>������    IK,'     .i.ln     t>    bt';.  : Uoiiud to ihi-* ovi-rinnd   d:������!:������na������, '*  ' On tl.������- 'ami' Irii' tis������* oi-u.t'-r v. ���������,* "|  in coininiinication with tlio Uni  tod wireless station at Marshfield,  Or. This is a distance of 1800  miles. Those aerograms also must  havo come.part of the way ovoi  the laud,, and for that mason  makes the record all the more remarkable,���������Province.  Mr, J. T. Storey, representing  the above company is in the district.  FOR SALE -A -.oherty organ  nearly now, brass reeds. Apply ti  Q, Matthews, I'onrith Aveniw,  Mr.W.fionvil practical piano tnnei  undorg^n repairer will bn in Cam ���������  berland about April 1st. Rouervi-  vour orders for him.  A. 11.   McCallum,  of  Hunilij  I-lninl, paid Ounibarland a visit  last week, ^  A, MeKiinioij was a passi.*ii|������er  to Nanaimo by Thuishiy's boat  on a bin-ini'/***- trip, uud returned  l''riday.  * Mr. and Mrs W. I'otiei' wore  pi^ciigi'is by TliuiN'Iny's outgoing In������rit.  Elgins Range as Low, as #7.00  Inxpeetor; Dick arrived by Friday's boat.  ' o ���������    "���������  Mrs. "VV. Dee left for her home  in Nauainto by Saturday's boat.  Miss L, Grant left for Victoria  by Saturday's boat.  Miss M. Abrams loft for Van-  eouvcr by Saturday's bout.  ��������������������������� -o���������~������������������  Dunsmuir Avenue is looking  much more attractive since its very  much needed cleauing up. I������ct tho  good work go ou, there are    ther  streets.  not true, of eourae, but this is how  the situation is reported ont.of  town.. Seeing however, that both  the "Times" ������i)d tho "Colonist'"  havo publishod the true, facts of  the epidemic, there should suroly  be uo uecessity for ench question*,,  nor no excuse for such wildly ex.  aggeratoil rumors."���������N tt n a i iu u-.  Free Press.  .������..  Tho suggestion of tho Nanaimo*  Dttvolopuiont Leaguo thatamejt-  iug lie hold for tho purpose of inking immediate action to secure  connection on this island with u  transcontinental railway, whllo it  has not come formerly bt-foie tut  local organization it being free y  di.sciin.scd and wi.r;,;!;,  ��������� *u*j,i*,';:i'b*  Coinplaiuta are being made  ibout the badlunguage being incd  on the streets of our city, and camp  ;iy yuuir'.-ter* who ehutild ho look-'nmono; it> hkmiiIu'i  ���������jil after and warned, and if that  .ias not the defiled effect, taught a  ;e*;������on that they would not soon  .'olgi't,  K. \V. llarrett,   of   Vancouver  ii-rivcd by Sunday's boat.,  --0-.  "A tch'pliotit' niCfi'Hge was re-  ���������oivi'd in town y<*t.torday from a  voll known Victoria traveller in<*  iing if it wore true that no one  V. Iioiioca is eallinii for lender:*,  the crui'tioii of his mw huililliig  on Dunsmuir A vcuiio,  :^mktomma*w*ma*m>*^^  x\-m allowed to outer or leavu the  town without being vaccinated,  and whether it wero true that there  were 130 cane* in thu town.   It i*  There is now under r.imsidn";i-  tioii a scheme to charter a t\ie-'���������-������������������ ���������'���������  train to proceed to Niiuaiuio picking up members of the lo.igue from  Victoria, Colwood, Duncan Hint  I.iidysinith and meeting tho N i-  naiino meinbers iu u big rally t������/  dUeiiM the matter.  The project will likely (Msuum  mole definite nhupe iu u few day*.  It. Grant A Co, are having *  building erected on the corner ot  Duii'-uiiiii'Aveinio and First St.,  tho site of th������ lute fin*.  fMimtimmmm. mm  lKi jALl  The wholp of our large   Crockery Stock   whicli  was saved frcm thc   recent   fire will be   on   sale  SATURDAY MARCH 20TH  to xMjik nt *>iii*b lori'' di-  h'iph ii-ii'-nnta'-ith lic'.irwa U ���������  ICvr-iy nttie'e must he ������-lcnrc*l out iu a tew d^ys as we have no room to show them  and d������ tn>t uitfiid lakiu-4 them toom ut\v store, w������ )mi nuy <U|<c:;4 ou gct'jug  gtunim -bargains We hate no space here t������ (pme pi ice*, but u visit to to our  stoic will bt- Mtflicieut to ������m\iiae you.  :������sii������* Irip tl������** tii-  CAMPRFLL   BROS  ^KLU+VtrZ.'  nit. !THB NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BIUTISH  COLUMBIA  *ue  ���������>"tM   EJvsr;'   V-i'-'i-!.",--;   bv  Conaox   &   Gumbc fiend  Publishing  Carnpiir.y  Tai* p^jjor wi'! noj h .hi itself  i'i*pnnuible for flu: opinions i.f utiles, a*, may appear in its column?-  from \\me to tint*.  TUESDAY,    l ..R  i'JOil,  Mr. V, B. Hwrison, barrister,  o' Liulysmith, arrived in town lai-t  VVre.;ao;-'.l*.<y ou a abort visit to  his brother, our local barrister,  "vli\ V. B. Jlnrrison has lately  been appwinted as Police Magis-  tr-.te at Ladysmith and will in future* carry on hU rhuion as such.be.  sidcu his usual i'.gal practice.  A big  ii ii-  .ii'xneit(ll!.!.l.-������;  Hull, rent and lipht 7 ;~>0  Piinting  li ",-)  Music  20 Oi)  , 5 (id  . '2 50  1-loor Manager  Dish.".*}   Sundries ....  i.r  ���������?11������ 35  .*5 00  6 0>  b W  5 00  2 L0  >2 00  * 140 85  Derations  L.OT.M   Mr. Pamhr.m ....  Mr. Murdock   Mr. Huddon....,.  Friend   Total cleared  ��������� ��������� ���������  - The above amount will be  placed in tbe bank by the .treasurer of the L.O.T.M., until such  time that they deem it advisable  to turn it over to those in charge  "~of-sretu^after���������tlre-i-iew-~reerea-  tio)i building. Refreshments,  lemonade and decorations were  donated by the. Ladies of tbe  Maccabees. The Lad its take  thia opportunity to thank the  gentlemen who helped in decorating the hall, passing refreshments, introducing strangers,  looking after the tickets and any  other help that was given limit  to make the dance a .*uiooes.s.-  The young men who were  present we ate sure will aporeci-  %te the help these, gentlemen  gave us to make this dauce a  succcm for their benefit, and we  hope it will encourage our  pottng men to do all in their  power raise money as quickly as  possible so as to have a building  for next winter where the boys  ���������will uot only enjoy themselves  but entertain others by their  sports. Several promised donations aud ticket inoiuy which  have uot been received, but as  they come in from time to time  they will be acknowledged  through the.press aud the total  amount in the bauk jjiveii.  S. McKinnoh  Sec'y a .id Treas.   **,   The il.������i!y ovi!* Out mile bf(.  hard nro nut ���������.';., giynt *oi*n.'v;. |.*it  the iiitliiity ol irriiatiug iriiVn, the  iiniinei.*8i*Hi*y injustice, tho man  limde wrung of lilo Such are the  eruol temper tbat upwth u household for a day and leaves a trial of  enervating nadnom nn.l protent; the  utirensotiablo ivHUhiu.*,* thnt over,  ridei the right* ot uUiut-u like a oir  of Juggernant. There is n bitter.  n������'*s of unforgivii.g eondemnatioii  that liktutM to no renHom*, exphma  Hun*, or ifiuiivv������, ili.ti ',., ,;^,.., 1 ,  chumj it niiti hi'tm, du*. etwi'it", {).</  seiikeii ami iu'eept* eiunuimiantial  tixidtttu-c ttn thihi. Then two llml  ]���������*.'** may w*nlk ulone dtiMn il.ii vn|  ley of <iftrkoto������n eim hjihivhioii,  Itrart iinngiy ior Iim Demure th������t  las Wn thrown away.���������Circle.  HALIFAX, Mar. 11  8tiil;i! aoionir tin. coal miners cr  N"Va fceotia ia a probniiilily. duo  :o tlv attempts of the United Mine  Wnrkor-. tha iiite-nacional union,  ���������'������������������'"���������":' -hrt P. W, A., tho pro-  ..-..! '���������������������������������������������m. vbieh ha������ always  ; >".-.. i-i o'jiitrol of the labor tuo-  [.���������ioyf-d in the. coal min������s, A confer*'  encii of tb-: mine o,,Tuei*& was held  .'it Sydney today, when it was decided io stand by tlie P. W. A..  :,nd rusist the etfv(rt6 of the U. M.  \y. to obtain a footing.  All local items of a business |  nature will be charged for at.the  standard rate of ioc. a line.  E. 0. Emde Pips fitting and  General repairing.   u~  Pekiu Ducks���������Eggs for sale  from Prize bred stock $200 per  sitting of 11, $3.50 for two.  Toulouse Geese���������Eggs 50c,  each.  Mt*n. H. C.Nixon,  Denman Islanl.  Solid nickel safety rasor with  three guaranteed blades, warranted  to do work of five dollar razor  Mailed for 50e. 1\ O. Box 404  Nanaimo B. C.  Notice is hereby given tVat .Thirty  Dsya nftor (Into I intond to ������pp:y .o  U.S' Honour-ibis Caiat (Jonuuusi.mor  '*t J3^3~Tra~'"WofkT-f������r-a���������Irieap-e-trr  pr������*i>pao4 for co������l and p.troloi.ia under tbe foreshore' and under tha water on tha Iftiitls >u and opposite VaJ-  Ass Trtcind. Saywwd District, lirit-  ijb Coluiubia.  OowmMncmg at a post pt������u������tad oa  th������ una. bmrntdx ������,t the N.W. cornea- of  Cape Mudtfo Indiiuj B������������������rvo post,  V������ii<i������s ��������� Island, ���������a������.jr(vn)-<l T>is������tiict ;  thonco due Wost 40 chalM; tKenee due  South SO chrins; th*&M duo E������*.������t 40  cti������.lijo: tbecca dtvs North 80 etmiB������  to pltets of c jm������������i\eomoot..  Pat������-dthi������'28ih .li������y of JHansry,  1900,  MAX.   MACOOWAN.   E. Prietft, A-KC-nt,  Notice Im hereby given that Thirty  D������yn niter d-.*o I iutmi.d to apply t.>  the HnntinrHble Chief Cumral������ion������r  uf Lands und W������rki (������r a l/.ceuse to  prowol for cou\ ������nd pai-roteum nn-  dor tho follow lam d������*crth������d lands sit-  ii Rt* in Sayward District, Ilritiah  Columbia,  Commonclmr txt n port pla������������>e<t at  tho S.R, oornar of Timber Le������nae No.  49; thf*noo clno Wont. \0 ebn^nm; thenct  dim North 80 chulne; thf-e-- du* TC������ft  40 ohnliiR; Uisbco t**tm South 80  t-huins to pluco of oorameiiceauiot,  Da-������d thii 37ti ivy at Jumur*, IfloG,  nay pwbst.  K. IViMtt, Agent.  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in their ads, not later  than Monday, as-this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  next issue on tho following Tuesday.  320 acres of land in Alberta or  Saskatchewan, to exchange for  latu anywhere on "E & N" or  alon<r coast from Nanaimo to Oyster Hirer, or Denman or Hornby  Islands. Reply full particulars  in first letter to Lestock Forbed,  Stettler Alberta.  TENDERS WANTED.  TENDERS for the re-shingling  of the Presbyterian Church will  be received up to March 20th 1909.  Tenders to include all material re-  v ni red. For further information  apply to-undersigned.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  ���������   ' A.MCKINNOxN,  Sec'y B. of M.  FOR SALE���������Four yonng bulls  pedigreed; one 2 years old; one 9  months; one 7 month*; and one 4  months;���������also Carman Seed Potatoes, 3c. per lb; Apply "W. .1.  tlai������igaa,_Minto.  YOUR OWN FACE.  TA* You Think You Would Recognise  It en Another Person?  "How strange It is," Bald the phlloso  pher, "that Uie person for whom you  care most oo earth, tho one you see  oftencst and who receives yonr most  constant attention Is the one whose  couutenance is least familiar to you."  "Who is that?" asked the visitor.  "Yourself," said (he philosopher. "It  Is a fact that lf people could bo duplicated and could meet themselves In the  street very few would recognize themselves. Wo look at ourselves many  times during the 805 days of the year.  Wo say our eyes are blue or whatever  color they may be, our hatr brown, our  chin peaked, our forehead high. We I  kuow every Hueaincut of our face from I  constant study and attention, yet when Act and Special Rules, Mine Gapes,  we turn away from the mirror we eau- , Ventilation, General Work, Mine  not conjure up a picture of ourselves.   Machinery, Surveying     ������  COAL   MINES    REGULATION  ACT.  Notice of Examinations.  NOTICE is hereby givon that  Examinations will be held for  1st, 2nd and 3rd ClafB Certificates* of Competency, voder the  poovisionp of tho "Coal Mines Reg  ulation Act," at Nana'mo, Fernie,  Cumberland and Coutlee, on the  6th,7ihand 8th days of April,  1909, commencing, at nine o'clock  in the forenoon,  The subjectE will be as follows:���������  First Class Candidates���������Mining  We kuow just how our friends and  even acquaintances look. In fancy we  can see them sitting so or standing so  and their varylug expression under different ciroumstan'ces is clear to us,  even though we have not seen them  for years. But when it comes to ourselves we cannot even fill ln the outline of the picture.   We may laugh, we  Second Class Candidales���������Mining Act and Special Rule*, Mine  Gases, Vontilntion, Gereral Work.  Third Chss Candi a<ea���������Mining  Act and Special Rules, Mine GaBes  and Gener.-.l Work.  Application must be made to  the undcrt^ntd not later than Sat  may cry, we may frown, but we do ^urdny.Msrch 27th, 1909.   accom*  not know how we look while '-we are   panied by the eUluU)ry fcc a3 fol.  doln������ it.   Photographs do not help us.   j              J J  We have never seen ourselves In the '  FO IISA LE���������One. Oooke Steve  and Iron Hodstead, both in good  condition. Will sell cheap. Apply  News office.  fk-sh. Mirrors and pictures are poor  aids when we sit'down and try to see  ourselves with the mind's eye. That  Is why people are so deeply interested  lu anybody who is said to resemble  them. Just say to a man, '1 knoAV  somebody who looks for all the world  like you,' aud he will never rest until  he sees that person. Then if tho Hke-  ness is really true he will own that up  to that time he hnd no conception of  how he really looked."  The visitor smiled wanly. "I wish  you wouldn't talk like thai," she said.  "It makes me feel so uncanny. I nm  almost afraid of myself."  WHEN  FIRE BREAKS OUT.  Keep Cool and Remember and Fellow  These Instructions.  ���������tfi���������ca������e_ of., fire.   If   the   burning  articles   arcT^at^ once   sp1asi)ea~WiTd~  sprayed wllh a solution of salt*'.ami  nitrate of ammonia an incombustible  jcouting is formed.   This is a preparation which can be made nt home nt a  , trifling cost  nud  should  be  kept on  hand.   Dissolve twenty pounds of com-..  W.-H. Stringer upholstering,  Mattress making and repairs; new  Lounges and Mattresses made to  order.  N. B.���������-Carpets taken up, clean  ed and relaid,  Orders taken at the Furniture  store.  Dr. D. K. Kerr, dentist, will be  at Courtenay, Mareh 4th to 18th  and afterward* at Cumberland.  a:  X  /&>!%.������v  .At, OU^. 4^& <</%j������  /&->*W   tLtt-d-'t/rfaCftm^fa  f -mx*n<\\*r4*'  The house of Ridgowaya was  established iu the year' 1836,  Over seventy ye������r������ reputation  fot quality nnd flavor,  A cure for chronic crauka iu  the smoking Hue. The l,Grand  Duke" Cigar, manufactured by  Percy K, Winch, Ladysmith. li.  ^ Mr. Winch will visit Cumber-  land once a month in tht interest of his business.  FOR SALE���������Ono wolfhound  hitch, $20.00 five wolfhound pup*  *5.00 for bitch**, and 87,50 for  dog's; apply at Creamery, Court-  enny.  WM m CANADA  mou suit nud ten pounds of nitrate of  ammoula In seven; gallons of "Water.  Pour this iuto quart bottles of thin  glass and fire grenades are at hand  ready for use. These bottles must be  tightly corked aud sealed to prevent  evaporation, and in cane of fire thoy  must be thrown near tho flame*, so as  to break and liberate tlio gas contained. At least two dozen of these  liottlcs should bo ready for on emergency.  tn this connection It Is well to remember that water ou burning oil scatters the flames, but that (lour will extinguish It, Salt thrown upon a lire  lf tho chimney ts burning will help to  deaden the blaze. If a tiro oiice g.ts  under headway and prompt exit lie.  comos a necessity, a silk handkerchief  dipped lu water ami wrapped about  the mouth and nostrils will proriMit  suffocation from smoke; falling this, a  piece of wot flannel will nuswer,  Should smoke fill tho room, recall  your physics���������remember that stnoko  goes flrst lo tho top of the room and  last to tho floor. Wnip n blanket or  Woolen garment about you, with tho  wot cloth over yonr face, drop on your  hands und kuccs and cnui'l to the win.  dow. Boar In mind thut there Is uo  moro danger In getting down from a  threo story window thun from tho flrst  floor If you keep a firm hold of tbo  ropo or liuldor. Do not slide, but go  hand ovor hand,  1    By an applicant for First Clase  Examination -.,. $10 00  Ry an applicant for Second Class  Examination' $10 00  By an applicant for Third Class  Examination...     5 00  Tie applications must be accompanied Ly testimonials   and   evi  dence Btating that:���������  a. If a candidate for First ClaFk  tbat he is a British subject and has>  had at leatl five years' expeiienCf*  in or about the practical workin*-  of a coal mine, and is at least  twenty-five years' of age.  h. If a candidate for Second  Class, that he bus had at least five  yeara'experience in or about the  practical working of a c al   mine  c. If a candidate for Third Clus*.  tlivt Julias had at leam three yeur--  ex pe 1 len etniT^rab'oitt-tlTe-praetica-  wmkmgof a eoai mine  d. A candidate for a Certificate  of Competency as Manager, Overman, ShiftbosB, Firtboss, or Sbot-  lte'i.ter, shall prod nee a certificate  nom a duly qualified medical pi-Hi"*'  tit io.) er showing that he has taken  aeouise in ambulance wort-fitting  hi.o, thewiid candidate,* 10giveiirM  aid to persons injured in conl mining operations  Dated at Nanaimo, B. C. lVcera-  bci ih.iT, any.  Byon'er of the Board.  FRANCIS H. SHEPHERD,  Score'ary  Kspimalt S taaiio Hy  STEAMSHIP LINES  Rtpeat it���������Shilo's will cure tu*,  coughs nnd eoid-,  O. H TARBELL  m,,mtmmmtm..  ,1 ii',;-*v it i.'i  it if   *i������i,'i-.  1,  *  GBR  i'V  that, tuiniiu' trait.  xxett it ha* rereiu-  lllU l(,eUt'l"OU'������ t'i;i".i  Tfi������m i* hy|(W.ri *,  'iitiimii' j  ftiA-,  '���������   ��������� it A  >..-,  hilt  ���������m*ti  fo.  8  s  SA1ERATUS  IS THE BEST  E. W. CIUJBTT CO, LTD.  TwmiIo, Ont.  Btrlotly Prosh Eggs.  Thoro are summer resorts, remote  from any agricultural coiuunuiltlos,  whoro fresh fnrm products nre even  harder to obtalu than In the elty, It  was nt riu'Ii a placo that tbo new  boardor, who had cut on four or Ave  breakfasts thoro, bctfiiu 10 wonder why  tho oggn wero invariably served fried.  "See horo," lie Inquired one inomliiH  of the inuiiul coloi-ud man who waited  upon lilm, "why do you alwaya fry  curs hero? Don't you over lx)ll theinV"  "OU, eii, yes, snhl" responded the  waiter pleasantly, "Of eo'se yo' kin  have 'em Ik>II������! if yo' wants 'cm, but  yo' know, sab, yo' talios de rlsHr'  HIGH GRADE STOVES  ' And el 1 KITCHEN  UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  ,*mje*m*m*am*m*mm*  VIOTORIA, NANAIMO AND COMOX  SERVICE.  s. s. "' ity of Nanaimo.  Subject to change without notice  VICTOISI.^���������CO-MC03C        3J- 0������TB-  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a, m. fo  Nanaimo,   calling ,*t Cvoftot   kuper  and Thetis Islands wl>tw   freight   or  passengers offer, arriving av Nanaimo-  at 4 p. m.  Leaves Nana'.mo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.  for Ua)on Bay Comox aad way ports  arriving ai Comox At 2 p. m.  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., (oi  Union Bay and Nanaimo, arriving at  Nanaimo at 2 p, m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m., fori  Union Hay and Ccmox,  at riving* at  Coniox at 2 p.. m.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,   7   a. t\\.. for  Nanaimo, anii^-^ at 1:30 p, ro.  Stils from Nanaimo Saturday, 1 p.m., fo  Victoria, arriving at 9 p. m.  MA^AIMO-VANOOTJVER  S.8.     -JOAN."  Sails irom Vancouver xfor Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays,-at 2 p. m. arriv'iug  at Nanaimo at 5-.30 p. m.  ���������v  Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouvei  djujy^jxceptjjundays, at 7 a.m., arriving at Va>iceuve7niTTo^3olirfn7"���������^���������,���������  Special steamers for Excur,  iions, and reduced riles for parties may  ue arranged foi on application to the  Dist  Pass. Agent at Victoria.  Secure steamship tickets and  berths from \V, McGirr, City  Agent, Commercial St, Nanaimo  B.C.  Esquimalt and  Nanaimo Ry  ***n**mem*mmm  TIME  TABLE  :���������  SOAP  With half the labor, and at  half the coat of other soap,  Sunlight does the whole  washing In half the timo,    [  yet without Injuring the  moat delicate fabric,  Um It the Sunlleht way.  Pollow the dlraetlona.  tli* Plumbir't Dtrby.  Tho coiiipaHslouuio elil-tt'ii reranrltod  to bis pliuiihor: "Our,  If I  wore it  plwrobor and luul to crawl Into small  ii**..*i txed "P'!"i"'. mu yon rtn )',\ n*cnr  n *ofr hat or enn. Why, your dorhy  In full of dents." Una replted; **id U>  a fool to wour a soft lint, Tlila derby  hat ar.vitl my ln*nd mtrny n hard Uno"lt  from plpus and hcnm-i, Spp, I Imvp it  packed with ertimptort nowspapew,  v<m^.u���������Ivv *-... !. ''; !v;?!v'itiiM< 1111.I 1nv /  weolty."  * '** e**mmewem*mm.  Koll   HAI.K-tiMd   |������uio������*i,  n������r)ti   Hennty, itxtemx dny%  ili.i-^ like tbo ila-i! fn  n  mif;-;i.v f������������rl*er than Karlf  fiitinnna h������v������ Ntul f��������� fumUhij������ %m\ \ K-^������������ *b l*.um������*������i������������ ^hddor. I'tt--p  Unx'v* tear* iw memory Atrl ������em.i ~-x'> \>ar po*..nl; if \,y w.idl add y.nu  ���������1.1I *xnr\ta ehi������r������������ti"r     Tlir^o are ^-g"     t.ti-���������<** Ut* at r-d'.eM j.ii  TENDERS.  Tetiders will be received by  the uoderiignert up to Thumlay  Apti\t������t ix)a<.), for the erection of  i-iue buU.iinjf, two  story hii'h,  Huns and specifications may lie X" "^^ '"' "* nm"sr*m  seen at   the Oumberlaud  Ifotel  .."' ���������.n ������?rir was tf������ haughty reply  The luwtit or any Tender not ne  eeaearily accepted.  VICTOR noNCJKA.  bOUTH BOUNU-Rend Down  Taetexigeir Trains  StHtioui,  \Xtd,  S(U  Um'.v          Smcii y  ���������No. a             bo, 4  Wtliingtim,  Leavo 8.W lonre It,?,*.  Naiaimo  ��������� Ji)             16,13  Ludy&r.itb,  -������������������i-     .���������    '.   l*l>f  Uhiitiaihuii,  ������.?5            !U 22.  Uuuciiu'.,  IU 1 B             10.6!*  Oowiuhax,  10.20        n.tu  OulihltU.il,  10.10            17.I'i  V io tun*,  ArrWo 12.������5 Arrlvo l>,65  K OUT 11 UOUND-.Ueffd   1 Ann  Stations  Pally           Wed.  fu.  San,  Ko. 1       N. J  PioUrU,  I.ciiv������ UinL'iTu 16 00  Oolihli Hill,  it), -to        u.;;o  Cimtohiu,  10.48          10.41  Uuni������n>,  11 CO          10,(11  tlicmuiiiui,  11 Vi         17 H5  -miymiitb,  11.(17         17.W  N������uui*r,ii,  la.ati      i8.vb  Willintftui),  Arrivo Vi.b'i mm* is fU  KOUSALK-iVMn Uu.*k oWi  ������������������ntafuwolt^rriuiMof r*i|ryt.]c������r.   AU u: kr* wilt   uni-ive my *l I*r ������������������"P ^f}. s"*w.  ���������Ulity wWeh kHl hnppi.ie#������ |.*������r 'p'o-njit nttentt...'.,���������TV Bun, UVoTuil, CmuU-iiay,  wwft������4^������< ami ���������thv.������,- -t'ita'e. Cowi. *,, |^(%  A Haughty Riply.  A itory altouj William Pitt t n>nd or  heard somowlidro many yonra hrd ni������-  resentpd n nohlp mediocrity as ussur  ing th* unrnf sfiitHHiimn with somo  ecindescensloii  thut  he  ml������ht  fairly  -1 wake dokt������."-8t. J sines' Uesettft  tastptlensU  ���������Ii be really a good ttelhiWr  -Tea, and an wniwdlntlF n>m*rkabl*  ���������1n what wwrwett"  "Ilia InstretiM'nt ta oot *a gonnPio  ���������tttdtrartw.'"  NOTICE  Any person or persons, ciutlrp,  I'i'inoving or tnlting any blocks,  timber or wood, of any di-wijitioiln  he-longlng to tho Wellington Cob  linry Co������y., or from or off the liind  of the said Company, will be nro->.  ���������Milled to the full extent of tho law.  V.  V. Little.  SujicrintcnibMit  Welffngton Colliery Vn,y,  Special trains for i*xcuiiiiiit;g,  and reduced rates for \mt\rt tuny  lm uitango'l for on ftpplicstiiui tu  tlie DiM. Ph������b, Agrnt at VU'tiuiu.  Kxcutmon Tickem on Sale from and to  ������ll SmiiotiH, uond lor ioidr joumey S.u.  UHiii; anu    wuitii.i),   itti.,���������ii,g   t,v\  \;,\i  \\:\xt Mrrd������y.  I*. I). CHKTUAM  JMstrict Pasttcnjjer Agent,  ���������na* Civcnivient Street,  VICTORIA, B.C.  tlepat it���������Bliilo'a will euro my  fmij.d ��������� and colds.  '   MEW YORK  CLIPPER  WTHIMIATMt  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THI WOULD.  UMMm siicucwiioetf.  ���������    MVIDWmu.  impiu Copy Put.  FMIWWmWi,C0.(UO. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Sole Azentsfor B C
We,. Algernon II, Stracy,. M.
Neelin Garland and Charles F.
couver in the Province of British!
Columbia hereby give notice that
ww propose to build and operate a
tramway in Rupert District, Co
mox Division, Vancouver Island.
Tho pi-.posod rontsof the lino
is conimenoino ata point on the
East shore of NiiupkUh Lake tho
said point being on Section 20
Rupert District, tlience runuing in
a general ���Northerly direction to a
point on May's Ray on Rroughton
Straits on a portion of May's pre-
eiuption."bring section  Two   (2)' W��H-H^*M��H-H^
lownslup One (1) Riipurt J>i��tr:ct I T _       . _"1
said tramway being a length of six
nij 1����8 more or Itrns,
Dated this twonty-lirst day  of
December 1U08.
Vehicles, Implements.
Incubators. Etc., Etc.
Prices   and
Every Tool
For the
Farmer.      \0^^n^^^J guaranteed
������H"M"t^'*M*��fr*H**       ^���^g*'   \y*yi^<*-dmmmm^l     \^X       -J-J.^.. J^��J^J��{^.J��J.
".Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd*
H.  S. R0LST0N,  Managing Director.
Vancouver, Be C.
See B. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.     ,
: Cumberland Livery j
"and Feed Stable...
TRAMWAY  Gi'.iiVvNY    I.N-
NOTICK is heretjy given that the
undersigned jiropoaa to build a
tramway from a point, on tho foie-
shore of Coniox Harbour. Coniox
District, Vancouver Island, situate
about 750 foot ca*t from thu Soutli
east comer of Lot S2�� thenco ru lining in h general north westerly
direction for a distance- of about
twenty miles to a point ut the south
t'liiitoi'ly end of Campbell Lake in
the biiid District, and traversing
portions of tlm following lauds;���
hot* ��J and llli), Sjcfi'ins 42, M
mid 00, Lots 101, 1^7 and 118,
1'uiitlcdtjo Indian Itt-twvo, Lot 112
Sni'lions If), 7+ and 7ii. Lots liil,
120 and 108. Ilhck 2'J, and
through TownkIiIp' 0, 7, 4, 1 and
, 2, togciliitr with iiicli brunch linen,
spurs, sihn trucks nnd feeder* to
r.oiiiiect wllh tho said tramway ur
may bo iiout-tigary iu connection
with the aiimu.
Dated this 20th day of Feb., 1900
A. I), McKAE,
ll. I. CliAHi.
00 VRAM*
��� 4
i wooa
and Coal
I Hauled
Duusnitiir Avenue
CUMHKRLAND,   M. 0,    *
Wood's Phospbo&ia9v
The Great lliiylisA lUmrilu,
I ones snd mvlv ursiM tho whale
iiorvuni ��riit<sii), makea n��w
nkidln old Villi*, l.ii'-i AWr
\ltnlitl a ml Jlniiti H'ariy. IJ;-
poHwrtieg, Hfxttiyl Hmilmri*. nntnnUnit, ���'*/��>
will mini. Hold bt sit art
tilnm pkr. mi mmiIi)
tnnllnilfret.  TI*��V
tfomerlv mntttori
out llbllttu, Mentitl nnd limit* H'arry. II;-
wilt curii. (JulJ 6jT��ll' dtvugt.'** or imi
tilnm pkr. mi mmlnt ot in ln>, A cut pa
wiilnil fete. Tl*�� ���0009 Mr die I nu On.
<�����*, jiiiltiiiii..   ,   ,
... ^.ctte/dfnueoi' l.iciiti
\iur Imr, ��l* fnr 16.  Ore wIII tilwJtM',i.i
~ " or uiitllmt iu
wc kill
    . U.
Toronto Ont.
Vxt:** Coitsa Ifot Cou^ouui
The awe'. Vl,'..a '!*..;-, ani
<yei\y mta ���m.��'tunl MfmtMv
Riding on locomotives and  rail
way cars of  the   Union   Holliery
Company by any person   or  per-
jons���except lainoruw���i��; strictly
prohibited.    Employees  era sub-
ice to Mdniissal for allowing satn-
by order
Fhancis D. Littik
For tho Spring Trade
Tcctod Htock, Seeds   fur Furm
Garden, or Coni-ervalory,
from the boi>t growers in Kngland
Frince, Holland, Uniwd Slate*
nud Oanada,
Fruit  and Ornamental Trtos,
Small Fruit*, homo grown
Fiirlililurs, R��o Hupplio1', Spraying
Maieri ,U, Uut   Fl iwu.s. elo.
HO-pi gv .CATALOGUE f liKK.
M.   J,    HENRY
Greenhouses,  Bead Housm and Post
Officii Adiiro t,
Br*noh Nurneiy, Bouth Vancouver.
The drink of strong men and healthy women.
I     Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian
The UNION BREWING Co, Nanaimo B.C.
De Hunden
in season at
Take Notice that Friiser Tli ver
Lunibor Co., Limited of Fraser
Mills. II, C, Occupation Sawmill
and Lumber Company, intends to
typply for permission to loaxo the
fallowing described land.���
Cominoncing at. a poM: planted
uh>ut 750 feet, distant and iu a
southeasterly direction from tho
southeast eornor of Lot. 82, Coinox
District, thonce 1500 foot South
40 'degrees, 44, lninutos Hast,
tlience 500 feet North. 40 degrece
111 minutea Kast, thonco 1500 foet
'North, 40 degrees, 44 niinutt"*
West-, thonce South 40 degrees 1(1
minute* West, to point of com-
tuuiicmuiit and containing 17.2 a-
cres moro or Ions,
Dated 20tli  February   1009.
Fiusicit Rivicit Lumbku Co. Ltd.
UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd
Wcek-ond servios   between Vancouver,
Nanii'i:o, Unioa, Comox, by  Uie
ateti Clyde built twin notevr
steamer "C'OWrCIIAN"
Sailing as under���
Leaves Vaucouver, Saturday 8 f m
Arrives Ninniiao, Saturday 12 a m
Arrives Union, Sander 6am
Arrives Coinox,   Sunday 8 & m
Leaves Com9x. Sunday 4pm
Leaves Uni?.. Suudsy 5pm
Arrives Ni.iaimo, Sunday 11pm
Arrives Vanoouver Monday 7am
Stafe leaver Union for Cumbe.-lan.t every Sunday morning on arrival of 'COWICHAN;" aud leavoa Cumberland Hotel
at 1 p mt couiiecting with Bteamer at
Tiiko Notice that Frasor tlivn*
Lumber Co. Limited ot Kraser
Mills B. (!., Occupation Suwniills
und Lumbar Company, In tend* to
apply for pei'inisjlon to lcasn the
following dtwribi'd   hitn].' ���
Coiiiiueiicing at the tiorthweH
cui'itor p.ist nf DUtrict Lot 100.
Cnmox District, thoiu'c nurtli -it
degrees IC inhiutonKast, 1000 foe',
tlienct' south 44 dogrcuD -Ui niin-
lib* Hast 6500 foot, thence South
���lOilrgmw 10 minutes West IliOO
fool inuro or l��r)S to high wntor
mn'.'k, thence north westerly follow.
Funeral Direc-#
tor  and   Em-i
baimer     |
Hott�� e       RalsinK*     Hc��S
newlir;   ti   Fouudntions
Cai-cfullv Attended to.
Cumberland, B. C.
��������������#��� e 11 mmiMH
Every Monday and Friday I
will 1)e iu town to deliver Fresh
Butter nud all kinds of Vegetables
md also 20 tons of potatoes; will
-?oll cheap.
Chiu Ykuk,
Notice is hereby givon that Thirty
Dny* nfter duto 1 intend to apply to
the  llonmu-iihln  Vblct Ciommimioner
of [jund�� nnd Worka for a LIcoiihm to
pruopuct for conl tuid potroienn un
dor tho foreshore and unddr tha vr��.
ter and upon ths land in Comox llnrtiotir,
and denoribeil as follows:���(}oni'neuoiv��
ntnpost plstiM at the unn'li went mr
nor if U, H, Na.-lvr's claim; thnuconss
80 olialoii tto'iieo unwh 80 oIihmi-*, tbono
wost 80 olisln | tlmnoo imnli KO i-luiui*
to pUco of r<>iiinioitr��mn)t
oontaint ,g hIhidI litll hcmh.
Ditcd this SJIHh il.y < f I) etmher llrjs
li, \V, HAMMDKIi.
It, ltos�� Nupicr, Au'i-t
Notfco is hereby gtvim that TWf��y
Days efter date I intend to apply to
the Ho��our��tle Chief Comm-iaeioner
of Landa��and Works for a License to
pro��pect tor coal and petroloum un*-
der Uie foreshore aad under the ���*.***
ter aud upon tne land-in C^mox Harbor,
Nelson District, described as follows;*.
Commencing at a post planted about 2$
i.hains southeast of the south west <or-
tvsr of P. Collins claim; thence cast 65
chains; thence south about seventy
chains 10 the shore line; thence follow,
ing the **muesities nf the share line to
place of commencement, containing a-
bom 200 acres
Dated this 30th dny of December 1&08.
R.Ross Napier, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that Thirty
Days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Ooinmiesioner
of Lands and Works for a Itictmeo to
prospect for coal aiid petroleum under the foreshore and under the -era.*
ter and ou the land in 'Jomox Diatriot,
dosoribed nt follow*:���Conmenoing at n
po��t planted near the f nat eorner of the
Indian Reserve, Comox Harbonr; theaee
west 63 chains; thenoe north about 20
chains; thence ea>terly folloviug the sin-
uoeitiew of the chore liue
to place of comraei������ent.
containing ahout 100 acres.
Date.1 this 29th day of December  1908.
M. A.NAF1KR.    -
R. Roes Napi-r, Afjenk
Notioe Is hereby given that   l^iirtjr
Days after d��te I intend to apply to
the  Honourable  Chief   Commissioner
o: I,ain!s and Works for a License to
prospect for coal and potrolevm under   ihe  ff'reehore ncd utder tbe  v*ter
and on tbe la: ds in Comox Hnrhonr, d��s-
cribed ns follows:���Commenoing nt a prst
platted at tho *oA\\ oast corner ef Kfitiiu-
cl Sp��^��er's claim on Guoss Spit; thonoe
south 80 chai-s; thonce wee. 65 chains to
he sdore linn;  theree about 36 ck.ius
north minder'y, fol'owiDglhe ei��uo*iii9s
��f the ibori. lin-; thmcc ntrth 65 chaius;
thence (ait 80oliHi s
to plaee of coKmoBeemoat,
containing abont (A<.) rocs.
Dated this Stthday of Deceaiber 1908.
-������~��� ���Rr-Roes-Naj.serr-AgHsi.-
Tnaec Msmt
OwvmoMTi de.
a*Hi*l*��im*, *ttt,.mm*k*r**,tmiii*
B. C.
ilaKuUtoronwItlchweinonma .
eepcHit. Kil.1 In tur��e dwroes !
at f.mtiBU)--Ko. 1, ili So f% 1
fiSfl^WAWrSS When In Courtenay
OswUlDiOiNlCtJicixiifcr. t/**imktfi*mm3 j r] jlc   Coill'tCnaV   Hotel
*^9<w^9***4r*4rm9<*r4r>9ey9999999       Kvtry eonvotilenT for guests.
INSURANCE f Th*0t|U|*1 UotflforB��>orumon
F{t��a      o-rsrl       T 4*Pm C I ,N",",',JU1 ,hr lleM 9' Wmi'i,n<l '',,um*
)l * he II (r.
Notioe is horoby gl\"W> that Thlrt;
Dnyii nfter date I intend to apply t.
ihu lloii(iuml��l�� Chief Uoniniianioii����i
of I .inula nn<| W<irk* t,\r a l<(c>nH�� 1^
(irospMl for coal nnd petroleum up
lei he diiwlinie .iml under the *AMt
mul on the l.nid kiio-vi ai White lilui
Kfinne, Cdiiwx |)i��nii.l dctciib��.d ,..
l'o|low!i;-C<iininencinK at a ��� post pluntr-
at the north l ikt corner of K. U. N.ipiti'
1 -him; ihence east lo rbaini, ilirix.
south tio cli.iiin, tlience wc*   Ho (linn-
.i.....^a i.f.,il.  ,��*.,).��., rt, ,'m..    ti. ���'���/*    ��.) ,- ,
I .if ''iirwir��f��)'*HHi��>)i�� irmiitinln/   niiruii   fn
I ri. rc*l.
<(    Dated ibis v, \i day of December P>o.'
t'oiitHining HOhoiiib-iiujii* nr Ihi.ii  1 11AKKV ATllKUiON
U.ili.'d the 5th day of March liHl'l,! R. Hm* N*pi*r, Ak��ii
i UM>k.ii. i\.)'�� i.n i-i iti.an ^..ll, i.111, 1 --���-���*������ ~ ��� ���	
.   A liotlce ia horeliy given tbat  Thlrt;.
) liny* after dato I intend to api'iy l��
. 1
it, . -A.l \,', ,1
��� 'n '   '     0 *-*    ' *"���' "*    ''
; , i.,i' i:uiid '.'.'  i: ,-;i):ui,..ci:,,*-,il   <
ilinlaneo of 0500 foot uitne or leu*
Notic^is hereby given that Thirty
Days after dato I interld to apply to
the Hoaourotle Citiof Commissioner
of Lauds and Works for a LHcenso to
prospect for coal nnd petroleum under thu foreshore and under tho mra.-
er and mi the lands in Coinox District
described a>. follows:- Commencing*.at a
posi planted at ihe norih west corner of
S. Spencer's claim; thence .s^aili 66
chains; thence west So chains lhev.re.
aorih Ho chains; thence cast 53 chains to
the shore line; iher.ce following the sinuosities ol Uie shore line to the phee of
commencement,.'containing about 600
Dated this 19th d.vy of December 1908
R   Ross Napier, Agmt.
Notice Is heroby nrivon tbnt Thirty
Pays aftor dnto I Intond to apply tp
tbo Honourable Chief ComroiasioMr
of I.��nds and Worku for a Llocnso to
prospect for coal and potroleuin under the foreshore and under the wn��
t r nnd on the land* iu Corox Harbour,
('oniox l>i��triet, detorihsd ss follows:���
ComuienciuK ��t a po��t p'm.Wd al the
uortk xreti cornet ot VI," A. NupUr'a
clnim; thenco south abwt 60 <kh��<c��(
tbouoo wott nbnit. 25 ohii v; thenoe wee*
tsrly full'winff tho limtontnw ef tee
tdiiire lne ta ji'd-.o of oommor.oeraont,
onutiinniK hb ut275aeres.
Dntod this SOtb dnv *f DaeombM 1MB.
K, Row Nvpla% Aifout,
Not in* \n hrpoby kIvoh that Thtrty
City. after rtoto I intond to apptf ts
the IMnournhto Chiof Commlssiouef
"( Landa nnd Works for a Ueenea to
I n'spnt-t. for coal and pflrol^*n*i un-
!er thc forcslinic and under thc wuci*
md Dpon the landi known a* Whin*
t'.h fi' Hesfive. Comox DKtriri, doitribr/l
a loliown;' CoBini'Micini; at a pest [ 'in-
il ,'ibiiin :�� ch-iins eat*, f^oin thc \'w.i
nd nf <". i')se '��])', in Co.nnx   lUrhaiir;
,1 r.re t)i>nh 80 elmns; thu ce ea��t to
li.i'n.��; th^sre jfiui!) 8r�� dirtin-i, thepru
>i'.t So ch.iins to plar.e of commence*
iM-i.i; runi.'iintn,! nli'iut (^.p ici��*��.
Haud iln'* .''yilida.' '.f Deicmbfi   1^0
Notice ih hi'ietiy Riven that TVirtjr
��!��># altfi dale I inland to apply to
"so Honfitiriil-W* Chief ("������iwia*ior)ef
f fituida n>.fl Worka for a Litanr* to
I. #;m" t l��r 01..1I m.A p.iti.ilejr.) un.
it he fo) ������!)'r�� mil 'iii'.w h�� ��k*i
ndu.uti U1 land* i^ Com*g H��itw.jr,
N'i>!|..ii tibtrbt, ill net ibi'd .1 follow*,-.
........ #l.v ,^fc   .    .      ��.   ,        * ...... ..        .^.
��� Milb " m) rom��.' "' V O V **.'Aii
lain.; ��� tor-ret n��T'h ��b��nt ill ebsinaj
hence vroA nbrnit 2K rhnia.; ��bence f��l*
��� winif ��U��*tn ��i����i i*'i>f Hik *U����re '\t* te
he- riftnmtaet ecmant, imntaiai *Z abeut
in .,/. ,.,
bu'.vii tl\m!t")t>i ibjr i.f 1'MHK.I^r I90t\,
K  lUlSiKAflP.R.
A Fro Trantlstlea, ''"���'  Hoiiouralde  ChlH  CommiMiouoi
"Ami too ��iiy th.. Mini of a tMnher ot UnAe and Worka f��ir * I-bw)���� to
told .vou tlnii yoti bad nn ��sir��vegakt froatmei tor eoml ami j��trole.im un
fool of a fnilierr dat the f��raehr<r* and under thswstcr
* ilml'a wiuti ln> iiH'nnt."
For Mijf Reductions for
Fire Insurance eall ftiul \iel
rates before insuring.
Wesley Willard
Agent forthe Royal
of Liverpool
I 1 ���(���nun ii| *a*mnmmm**e*m*m
John Johmton;    Prop
Get your Job Printing
done at the News.
"Itut what did he myT
"lie *M it v..i-, ii'tiuliul fully to
n.i ,!<��� money on lbo e^luciiioQ of ancb
t chump aa I am." ,
totMn�� Laft.
"Have y����H." u*t*e*i ibe hula* tn* a
I tn.uity cuuvt<titU uiiut, "uivti.iuii te
eft<��r  the  court  before wnlenet  to
**N����, yonr boeor." rrpi;��i the prtt-
oiiir; -niy lawyer tw* toy last IW��
tt.uK."~!xwid��>t. TU Wt*.
Noiii** is letrhy   gum   th.it   (hmy
iav��.-*iiei due  I irtend in apply lo  the
;ton    lief G'lninisvoi.tf ef Land* sail
1 iiij cd tl.e l.tt,iU  in  t\m��.i   llvitum     /'. jk . f*i ,\ !'.*.c-. .e ' . *,v���**��ji.-c*-  f ���-.   ,  ~l
Stlton DWrinl. ileeerU*:! a* f��*llow��:-.   *r��l |. troh am en��ter tba f*��rr��h��r* .ml
,. . . i.i,.,i��,        ' iVn."*iii'rvi.|ni  ll r l��rid�� V.nwii
t ��n.ittM.t��u-�� at a )mU pta Xmd .it t. ��� f ,WM.W!off H.-m. On..�� JmikI,
aouth Wit niwer *>t ���M'w.bnV **hmu;1j���mi#),| M fo!|���w.:-r mmntr*i *i it
tbenco nurtli ulntit r*�� klifcinii the 1- tnA |>%iit(i' *t I-,*'<>�������). *-t*t c n.*r of
#��t liOrliflin-; tbeii��  ������n��b   *l��M  )!���>���*��� ���*   ***]������*>���'* x-Uim;  tb*iirr_w*al   M��
i.i. tia; I! " '**.
nirf tbe aifiiJOfi'lt*   mt  lb*  ��l'"re   l��i. (  , t|lt lhlJ.��� \iU. j. \mrt\.ti\ *-*tt hm��ti-
Ui j fiice nf ritiH!i'f-ii'-<V"��r,t
wrtilaiainff *N.nt KO nr-rm
Haled Uii�� SOib d��y -t 1' *���."b.r If "
m t.nr;.si��N[.        <^.t-u:i��:���-'.����'J****' "����������- *'*'>***
R. lime N.|��rr, *ge��.��. | **A\il �� i. tt J K< JT..
1 K. Ka.t m*ttmt-. A*mA*
'���for* ot P H y*>ior'�� nlt'tm; ihmtrmt
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)n ni'menN'ei'-'n-', ett<;nbi|r   ��>��i��el  I9f
:�����.�������� I ,i ... ��������� i   .'n  THE NEWS, CUSIBEELAMd; BRITISH COLUMBIA.  The finishing touches are being put on prices on the J. N.  MeLeod Fire Stock, and the people of Cumberland will who  wish to profit byHhis great slaughter in prices must do so this  week. Perhaps never again such a treat occur as prices are  now averaging less than one half regular prices.  I 111 ������t?  ���������pS*,/*l������J!W������VS*V!;S!1  Coniox potatoes  choice  quality  5dc'   Ashcroft potato'*;   niperioi*-  qiiality suitable for  pod  2^e at  J . McPlied & :"mis.  Dr. KerTTl^eiitist. will be   in  Cumberland only until   end   of  March.    Consult 'bim nt once, if  you require any dental work.  ' NOTICE:���������No   ad������    will   be  changed ui'icr Monday noon of each  NEW  Do yon in'tand to purchase a new B cy*  o'otlns loaccn? Wu havo uvur Twenty  Difibrent MoiUU to choofo fr nv  Yuur attend ;ii is c.dled to ur Coven-  try Roa.lt-Ur, a ������i?!endid K tfli.u Blojole,  $55.    Govonry Time Sk*'.. only W7.60  Wuse'l EnglUh, Ciniwlian uud American Whi'eW lu-m $-10 to $115.  Oura in thc lut vcjmir Rliop in Victor!:.,1  ami onr wcrkmeu .oo nil ix..= )'B at tho  buaiuoHH.    Let.uh il������ your ie. nui- g.  O.d wheels laken o.i teiw < nos Avoids  w������i.t������l in unropriBflutud tt r itury.  Wri'o or mil un un nt onr ne.. fllore,  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OENTKAIj cycle  d^pov,  UtO Guv't,, tit., Oppoci'O Spencer's  .at' Oura is tho Pioneoriiicy do Storo,  VKllOIUA,        1). 0.  mn    i'  - - rn -������������������--��������� *mw* ������*-������������������������������������������������ ***** mi hi irMirwHt  W0MA7-L SITLLSII WOMAN.  The  Price of BOWLis low  because the fi rst processes  in its preparation are  carried out at our factories in the Argentine,  aud in Australia and New  Zealand, where we have  an unlimited supply of  healthy cattle raised at  "lowestpossible-cost*-;   The price of BOVRIL is  "small in comparison to its "  great value as a food.  107  <m>*>4>4yb4,$Q,$4>$$$ ^������������������<3>0$<H>$   ������������������������������������������������������.������������������^������������������*>*$$*'5^<M>*>  |. ���������    THE ROYAL BANK Of CANADA.       |  i CUMBERLAND,   B.C., }  S* Cai-itat,. $3,900,000 Assists,   846.400,000 <���������  KRaEitvE, $4,600,000 Dui-oar. ��������� 833,709,000        "|  & - - = .Money Orde.i*s--''--= . $  %   Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, Francs, Marks,   Rubles   %   Li res, Kronen, etc.-  <?  ) '' ait  Payable All   Over  the World.   .   ���������%  Savings Aecounts'Open With One Dollar Upwards. J       ���������#  A. B. NETHERBY,   ma������77kb.      %  <&&'v$'$������"9$wT94^&  '.^���������^i^*sr^umVmV%xetmVtammZeamea^ wvzattz  ammni*������m?vaiF*-M:������3tm  BAY  VIEW  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that all  debts duo me in connection with  the Now England Hotel and other  wi������o must be paid immediately to  my attorney-in-fact, Ivlr, P, Pliil-  lippS Harrison, Barrister at-Law  wbo bas been authorized by mo to  collect and sno for the enine.  THOMAS DWYKU  mLWmWimW&r*--^^  At a upeuinl meeting of tho Oity  Council held on Friday evening  March 12th, tbe following Hy-Lnw  passed its fii'Kt- and second rending.  To mako provisions for thopity-  inont, of a ccitain loan mado by  tlm City Council nf 1'JOH with tbo  Ttoynl Ibtiik of Canada in the muii  of HOOO.(K) (three thousand dollars) payable in three yearly in ���������  ulnlliiiciita. witli int.n'estn, e.oinni"ii  cing I'Joil,  Tlili' < lotineil d"''iii it ('aji("1'(ii;|  llm* waiid begins just below ber  ne'*1*, lier hip* have beon planed  oil evtMi villi llie ret of iter body,  She in mniiilly buuune*i tip llmjt.o uti.-c th<* i*������*q ui������u mm ny  Iwdt, itnd Hi'onnd bn* nwinc hlic I niouiiH uf ndditi<in.*������l tn\<!ioii,  ',,..,;,���������., u ri..." 1 in', of b-ii'biid wire, And wh"n-���������* after cuivl'itl emi-  ���������nvt'i*i."i wii'i 1.' ���������'���������'. Shu wciii'rt im uidcriitinii it 4uis been moved to  iiui* nr.i'l a '���������" -'ii'. ���������,ft,.,-f'\< "t hid r, joiiact nnd embody r. ohiiuo in our  mid <������n lop "f thi-> 11 '.un'.rui dome\\[{,:d Kstato TnN-liy-Luw (purrd  Willi i'ii.,;' .'"'������������������.ii 'ii1' "������*iTii! civie iih j.,   lOOSj   with  nil   Inter  amend--  15very user of.litis famous-bread now bus.an equal chance to  wit: one of tbe leu beautiful and cosily 109 piece dinner ftts that  we are giving away each mouth.  Keiueiuber a coupon is placed iu each 491b sack of Royal .Stan 1-  ard Plour leaving om* mills. The duplicate coupons are placed in  a tcceptable and ten are drawn cadi month. The lucky number  will be announced ir. this space the first issue,.of each inouu. Gather all the coupons you can, and coinp.irc your numbers with ilk;  winners announced each month. Your name may be anion ���������.; tin m  Do nui let this ad pass \our eye each day, ll. may announce t!:;;i  you have won a handsome prize.  bull details of the contest on the back of each coupon. Prizes  will be shipped prepaid to any address on receipt of tlic d iplicatcs  of tlie coupo'..s containing the winning numbers.  ROYAL STANDARD  FLOUR is lmuuifacHired   only  by  Vancouver  ni  ts Grain Co., Ltd.  VAN'.Jt'UVKU,   11. C.  Here is the Proposition  -Idie-baek-lots-wmJiuMn^_la2jx^  Tbey will be sold at ������75.00 per acre���������ono fifth cash  ono fifth'in 6 months, one fifth in 1"2 months,  one  fifth 111 IS months and 0110 fifth in 2 years.at 0'por  cent, interest.  NOW REMEMBER  As lowj" as yotv live you will never havo another  eh'inc. j to puiohiis.' laud ns well situated at so low  . 11 price and under suoh favorable', terms as von. aro  gi tting. here. AYe are in Cuniberland now anil  thoro only 80 pieces to '-eii. Oim good investment'  is worili a lifetime of toil. Drop a noto to tho  Ni;w:; Oliice and wo will call on you.  First Come      First Choice  UJl. BAfWETT 8t Co.  N. B.-.--Since the above has been written  10 of these have been sold here.  ''���������-;p/^t)^.o) i,,,jrj,&&'y&4>-i)'s>'>i)[������V *>iW (sXy*y&f*)W'i>ts/-!),^'i/&r4te^&*^^  tliorto td ."'itiirii. Sho ih swiithetl  in he fjuwii'bke nn Indian pu-  i).)Oh, anu mu thu etui of her IVct  arc tiiiljr. "i   juiteut   halhi'i*.    She  \X liU oil bliuitltO    lltH'ili    With    till)  t'Xpurtiie.ri 01 11 ligbtjope-dancur,  1 lio poroti of her skin urn full of  whin* powder.  Thin is   u   woinui.-   llurpur's  Wceidy.  Tho Iw'Xiti'i ni.'.te.h beiwei'ti young  .loiius mil -buk Day at 1 oiirtcim  }.-, 1 i ' " ">��������� vou l������y .lours tn  \\,e .nd l'liiii-l. l>.iy bcltij.' kuuck  fd on 1.  ��������� .���������my   Wiilii* T ."inpfou who wa* hud-  ly ini'ii-'l soui'ttiiiii' ago ii rapid-  ni-'I.' '.'.fi hit old form.  IllUIlt,-* lit* fulloWK.  Tiiero is hereby settled, imposed  and levied and thero slcdl bo  raiht'd and e-illei'lel a >pei*iul rule  of 5 milU on thu dollar upon 111  tho land und iiupioviiient* de*-  oil bud upon tbe asM'-smeiil roll  I'-.r the year I'.IU'.t. ol the Corpur-  n'ion of thn t.bty of Ciiiiibeilniid  at itrt   iis-i'Hsed   value   for   Sehool  J)*.If||H*������lM.  Mr. T. K. ilati) is lia*. mu li s  lin-iiiw-s pri'inihfs pa'iilfd. Mr.  Theobald I.a* i*liar<rt' uf the. wod,.  I Going Out of Business        |  (5| On utvotint of 111 luMi'.b I find it  impos/ilili*  to carry ou   |.    ������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������.���������*���������������������������  w.K*tMmmwm.������mm*mmmmmm*-m*ii***m*M ������-,mn  ���������*) uiv butimca any  hinder, nnd tbo wholo of  niy   spl-Midid *  % ������iock will bedlHposi'd of at piiceiiqtii'e ic^aidlepH of c.Mt, '���������������  g My whole stock of WATUIIIOS, CLOCKS, .IKWKLWY, %  'J IM.ATKD WAUK, iMH|HTI5HLlN'i Sl|,VKIt-but (Hh-^, f  d) l.enlliir <������:ioi1h, Honks iind Si,iiioii*-ry, Siidv Ca*to.', C- tin* 'y  !i! lor nud Huff, nil for s..lo  ibtup -FOU SA LK I'-UKAP. t������  'll C*  dr, -      -        .     - .                         m n     m   ���������*-*   m v. t t  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAXIOE  mmrrM-m-mm- *****% m sw-r* ��������� ,im ���������*- *������ *<B.ig*ja*<."t**K������'WHWiPtw  Nov/ TUl������ 18 rt UouuiiK. tlilo.  McLEAN !  ywt$������iQii*M'm^ ������������������s*^<^s*54������^������*,a^t������������������^  j^MMiiiiiiMiN^iiinHi;iiiiiiiiiiiir.;i!aii!ii{ii:i>iii<,;;i.������^  Jn. A   /I    A    l"*ti >"^ /**���������** S***t I     I I      l**-'*** tf'K ^">**.    " *���������������������������������'  LAD11CS' TAILOU.MADKC08TIIMKS A SPECIALTY  SUITS mwDH TO   ORDf3t^ AND  IN ANV STYJjB YOU WISH,  PERFECT FIT aiJABANTEED,  Prices From $20 to $40.  *   MAROCCHI BROS WI1���������  *e*,m*mm*)mmuem'.* m *~tamma-mem emtt'Mmi. mium  C U M II 15 R I. A N I),  IL C.  .-**-.- - --���������-.--  -irrn<������������i  |       I |;t;    HMli'iii. i.mi. *.->     ... ni     mi ,i  wiii'ctV I'tciusioii I'ltu utii^iiin in  full fur������'������".  f *m I ������.. ��������� IIMIWWI M������I4������.������'I'.������������������������������������������������������������������  C0H3KRLAHD TAILOR 1  GROCERS   tk   BAKERS  AND PKOPRIETORS OF  OIIMRRRI AN*>   BOTTLING  WORKS  A;;cnts lot Union I'.rowing Company's H1CICR mid  lHJRTKK.      Wli-.lc.-ale l>cnler.s in all Ki.uls of  Wiiu-s and l.iqtiois.  k        SECOND    STREET  *m+  \<  i  T. TAMAKA, proprietor  ������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 99^w4*999w94rw        P*i*9A999  I  LodiM* *ttd Gentlemen'* Suit*  Made to Order  from t*t, i, S\5     Ail Work F':r*t Hnaa  Perfeot Pit Guaranteed.  :j  WUilo in Cuiuberlimd Beai With   }  Comox Co-operative Society,  5       Vralet* in Vteih nud Salt Meatsuud Farm l'r������������Iucc  t At'A. i )-..',-.������ V\ tnpt'v H'.-':vc*p:1.  % tl A- .sty t. -.'.'- ���������. .*: ���������  OPENING SALE  ConnnenciiiR Saturday, March IStli, 1000, and for the ni'xt 15  dnvf no nre  <f:Vrii.p fpeiial  vitltim in   Floor Ceverinp)',  OIL-  ci/v'.hh, d uynr.Ki'MS. mrcuv**, sif)KBO\iif)s, \m.  HOOM Hl'ITKH, TOILET SETS, FANCY UFIICI.KTEHEI)  l������AUI.olvt:HAl������H. Hot,KK������K CiiMFOLTLUS, Ul.ANUKTts  rfl.LOWH.l'ILKoWCOVEUH. H1HCKT.-*, BED ������l*ltlNUH and  MAT'iHK.^i'..S.   g������T U������<diiicd|iiUet>������r������fMr(:AH!l(tNLY.   For  fuller pnrti(idnri) wu handbill* ������n Haltmlhj Iwirtvinft,  5 !  The Uixlit I'riee  Itiiuilurc Stoie.  A. MoKinuon  CtCttCfttWWiWt^CtCW1^ ���������^iw^mmC*e������Xr-:���������Zm���������^���������* *yt������m   ��������� ���������<%/,������ ������<���������������������������������������** li-it-U v< ���������;> ������������������'JtW^vJ vmib*wwl*4*aw   j  ���������


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