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Array #:W--A ''���������'*.  ���������f*J  , >''  -/.  THE CLIMB  The News, Eighteenth Year,  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox Dtetrjtat.  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, MAR.   23,   1909  e*>-  ti.  SVBSCRxfixOi* $0*90 A YKA^,  iulMW^  .AT THE BIG  ��������� ���������  NEW GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN QUR  GENT'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.  'Sovereign" Brand Clothing, no  better in the country, for  style, quality, and service. Buy  your spring suit from 11s and  get satisfaction. Our new lines  for this]season are here���������handsome suits, priced at 12, 16, 30  aud ������25   ���������;. ���������........  We are agents for the celebrated Stetsbn's* Hats.  See. our large up 10 date   stock  of S'rachaii Hats, correct styles  for well dressed   young men.  New line of Ties just, received.  Come and see ]them.    '  ^aa^l^Mi^aMHM^^aasaHiisHMMNnssnHaMi  Now showing first '.consignment,  of Slater's Shoes   for Spring.  Remember it is always a pieas-  "ure to show goods whether you  want to buy or not     .    .    ���������  Simon Leiser &���������o.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND  I  m  JHIIH'|i||'HI*"Hilit:nili*  ^  n  New Shoes  New Shoes  I Ten Cases  Men's Women's and Children's Shoes.  A Splendid Range of Styles  and the New Shades of Tan.  We Can Fit You at Right Prices.  was  **������  ���������&&& ^������'V4i^J  S  ETC."  Tke Magnet,  Casli Store  Takes  First  Place.  tJe-'bate  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine, Yarnish, Stains  and Baplac, which makes old furniture like new.  and for 1.909 ^g^.  Firemen;  ���������it  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Dausmulr Avenue  Cumberland, li. C.  aoc==a  HHIJI1SII  IlllilJlJI.U.. JI'L.   ���������     %'{���������!��������� UII.IIIIII������������MM<IHIMWM'I.HI!J.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR Avenue      CUMBERLAND, B.C.  The masquerade ball held iu  the Cumberland hall,... .on Wednesday evening, March 17th in  ?.id of the- Cuniberland & Union  Fire Brigade was, as usual a decided success iu every way.The  hall was nicely decorated by tlie  fire boys, with flags and bunting,  and brilliantly lighted ttp by ex-,  tra ipcaudesce,nt lamps, provided  by the C. & U. Electric "Light  Co., lor the occasion, gialis. A  large number turned out, tlie  hall being crowded to, its utmost  capacity both with spectator's  mid happy maskers. Mr. Walter Hudson officiated as floor  manager, and the music was fur  nished by Messrs Muvdock, Pani  h.uu,' Marietta, Sutherlaud and  Russell,' which \vns> .vx.cej.len.t,  Dancing was kept up till about  3:30 a, 111. when each one started  to disperse, having .spent a most  enjoyable evening.  The proceeds over and  above  expense!* amounted to $96.30...  The following is the   list   oi  those who carried away prizes!,.',;  HiM������t������lr<MroJ   lad j, Mrc.  Wood*  Vatiiuiuvor, Ilo 00  Beat   dreni*-*?dgonlk*nnin,.Mr.  0,;  Martin Hfir. 00  Dent  nuuUil'i'd   olnJl'uc'.or,   Mi h  ll������4Hif* Munlo.dc  #7 U)  t     Burt MtHttiiuwl nlmrnpior, ������<'itll("  j rr.iu������,M������*.T Johtmm *7'W)  {    lloH   national  cliaracor,   holy,  Misri Pa'more,. *. .,f'������ 00  I    Bent iittiioiml   chiiruci'i*, pnntlt'  man, .Mr, J. l.filltty  m W  Moil comic character- Mr S** iul*.  Uuinl nriliiR itB ludy  $���������'������ 01)  M.iJt comic chancier. gi*n(U*ntun  M r, .1. Anderson f> 00  Utat tidvi*rtii*i,^ct..'.riu.t'r, I> I.V,  Mi������������Pikot  I:. 00  F|M*<Ut   prif.H,    |or   ndvrrti.jng  Hmlih'M Mwirtia, Ml^Pickiip *."������ cflj  Mr������. Geo. Ovooliv of (.'Id I.iliini  Wash, t\K,A, U tmyittt*  f'liiiiUo**  j Und ft viwit mul during Iht stay is  tli* */i*j*.f ..f Mr.  mid   Mis   A\ox  lti*i������id������U <������f I\mi*itii.Wi*il<*.  City Council.  ��������� ���������' The regular mooting of tho City  Council wns' hold lust evouiiig,  tlioro being provent Aldonnon Bate  Horwood, Partridge, Daniels,  Stewart,  Hieklo and tho Major.  Tho minutos of previous meetings were rend and adopted,  .Communication was read from  Dr. Kagan, roanti toxino in which  ho stated that it will bo supplied  at a vory reasonable  rule.  Aneonjils���������U. H. Turbell, *3.1fi  P. I.V Harrison, $5.00;  Mr. Victor Ilonora nuked poi-  iiiifiHioii tii connect his now build,  ing on Duiisniiiii* Avenue, wiih  ciiy drain, Ahlenuiiu Bale uiovwd,  soc.ouded by Alderman Daniels,  thut request bo granted, city to  supply pipe and fill in; Mr. JJonora  to dig di-nhi'And hty pipe;  'J'ho Council 'decMed - tn hnvo  tywj'do 4it lid'tfwHikii Ifiken fr-un  Vint 8l..aloiig Duusinuir A volutins iiiV as I.), Thompson's residenco,  ; 'Pho Council wonl into a com ���������  ijtitloo of tlio wholo lo consider the  jH-liiiol lux hv-liiw,  introduced  bv  ,   . r ���������  Alderiniin Pavtrid^c; Tho by-law  |m*������od iln Ihiid rending,  T-ion Itido^u ������ f'li'tltei' lnuinoit  llio Council udjoiii'iK  Elgins Range as J>ov^ as $7.00  Bailey-Gray.  Ortiast Sunday, March 21st,  at the residence of Mr. and Mrs,  John R. Gray, of this city, Mhs  Janet Gray, their youngest daiigh  ter, was united in marriage to  Mr. H.- W. Hailey, ofyaucouv'  er. Miss Bessie Murdock acted  as bridesmaid, while Mr. John  Cameron performed the duties of  best mau. The marriage  ceremony was conducted  by the Rev. I). McGillivray,  of St, George's Presbyterian  Church. After the nuptial knot  was tied the happy- couple proceeded* to Coniox, nt which placc:'|  they embarked on the s. s. Cowichau for Vancouver at which  city they will lake.up their residence. The Nkws extends congratulations. The biide was  the recipient ol many handsome  hoc  and useful   presents' a ��������� list .ofil*/^!^T[!<������ Mil* of t'ie M:���������>-  ...!.!..������/ ..'.Wi' 'ni..,1.......-..Lm* .:.. ....mlthtirba. thi. OraiiUfcitieil ntni \V<������.���������|.  Which' will' likely appear-in our  uoHt issue.  The Cr & U. Pire HhrwI-?  take* this opportunity of thanking the public for their liberal  patronage nt the ball ou March  17th, and being thc cause of making it such a success,  Inspector Did; iirrivrul by  Kri-  y ^X'k Ji;-.,.j t>(-en cominencetl <.*u  ext/tpr Qf Cuiuherlatid pu;-li,*,  b^f4l0g. ^horo is to bo an ���������*> t.  CQi/^te ^ewilk' on Dunstu-di'  A\^' nod \]t<i an'8ft. concreti. si.;,-  wnl^ofl M* 'St-*, bUo ve uir !,.)���������.  ������tn^ bomrf-o ftpproaclios to i)>������  pti'l/^������ bull^liigi \Vork is -Int'i.i.t  '���������'ts^d tbroPgli as (ud as posm'b.,.,  y^ Are jn formed that ���������'ki-w.,.1.  nov/ W8,in^* hou������eg ar* going up  in f^\ \\e*,\r *futur������vihftiinbBrhiiKi,  ]^U Ev# Ghidyi l)ickl������ enU������i-  tniAl a it>fg������ tuitnbor of her  )'t.\l\ friftjj'i* on Inst Mondnyovc*  iii,i^ \X) t* liM'tlnlfiy party; th^owa--  Hiu^ Uii'g l������*r l^'li liiitiiilay."  At>COir)������x people nro luivii.j/  a'j/"t8r]uehH<iol)������������Uoii next Pii-I.i/  ���������v^'Mugt iu ll������������ K. of I\ Hull.  _     ^������  f\e cot^l������inod lodges of the --.d-  eiilAf������, t'n, Orang-aiiieii nnd \V������������-.d-  iii/\ are  giving  a  uhlrt  ������'H.^t  ���������luA '������ tlifl Ap;ri������iilturiil H ������!l ��������� ���������  tW%cuh|^of T'lfuday, April |.*{.  t)/ i'l^ of the** throo lu.',-  ^ Wi^'ioi-'g wniirce tha ������^v,.t  \ti\ a Rw*t HiftctM ami a m.������������t  ftjj^yjihju ti'n-; t������r ������U tl������uw������ wii'������  t\v** K Qrant wm u pAM0iif������,.r  1i^ V������nln*o#day'������ bo������t.  iVf.  The whole of our large  Crockery ^rjc.t,, which  was saved from the   recent- (ire     ,r',,'    !,;i  IS NOW -ON  SAkfe ^  livery article must be cleared out In a Jt A'daya as we hnve -^ uto\u to show iln-tn  anil *h not intend taking them to nur new store, s*i y<m x-fy drj^itd on fjcttj^^  genuine bargains. We have no space here to rjuo'c ptic������.t/ \\*.t u ijhii to to o������r  store will be .-uflicient to convince you.  M  CAMPBELL  BR$S ���������'���������','���������'<  A  ?*������*������������'I-'*- ff-it*^*1"'1 -**t'rT*.-;tf >'Vu I".-. ,^u. m ���������  [���������*^..^.}-.Aj*JlVJi t.\ _.������jLwfeu3ug���������*>������������������  $m news, CTuma&aa; muT&sa &&iGaujiyfc  -VfejiOA. :.iL*lUlKiiA*:aa*  ���������!.>*������������������������ aigtm t.v*  !ks OintolullfDii'  f'iwu'd Eyery   Tuesday  by  tl?e  Jforfeox   A:   Qunr?b*r>ian3  Pufcllfhipg  Company.  Tliis paper wjll not hjyl'.l itswlf  jr*������}*������������������ibJ������ for the .opiijiuus.of oth-  fim, as iqay *pp?3ir in Jt������ ,ewlj������#ins  from time to time.  TPESPAY,   MA^..   8j. 15)09,  "Jcalgaly numbers its yi.ctims  by countless thousands. In ev-  pry large b������si:jc$s tljc;e sre those  V/'.-.Q !;.  ol j:.  Of .-.-:���������:  ir.:  ���������riv  Pekin Pncks-s-Kggs for saj������  from Prize bo&d stock $2.4)0' per  sitting of 11, $y.$0 for tWQ.  Tou lows* .QeePcr-3-������gg9 .60/:.  each. *  Mrs. K. C, itfixon,  Denman Jshiii'l.  S,o}jd nickel safety ra&Qr with  throe gu^rflint'/Bod bliides, van-anted  to do work of five dollar razor  Mailed for 50c. P. (>. Box 404  Nanaimo C. C.  '.mpcvc-..  seeking to nnderniiut;  eS'orts, By tak bea:  intrigue, trickery and imposition  an,d all the ptjier smnli impler  ^ents of warfare that make up  {he armory pf small minds they  ������eek jto harm .others. The ven������  0m of jealously, self distilled,  poisons the whole natures. They  <euvy but dp not erai^atf. VVere  tfie constant energy expended in  injuring otljejrs poifce^tr^tgcl' in  lieroip efforts to be]U>;r them  sejves thp results' wou).'| k? Yast-  " Jy different bpjh f^r Ujepiselyes  * ,*n4 tj}.e vrorld."-rrCJFe}e.  ��������������� ^���������������������������..���������e-���������'.~  "If fpf a Single week in any  pity eacli individual vv<*re to say  ,each inorniiix*. '-To-day . }jp one  iff 'tire world, hall liaye even onp  Second ��������� darke n cd-by���������an>-apt~ot  {pine," apd' live if,, thftt ..city  ^rould be trapsfprpipd afjd glo-n?  fied. It'voiMfl, ^ftcr-^l'., rr������eau  .Only n^zi'tv. goodijess,   tht  ay-  New York, March   lStli.���������Abe  Attell,  tli������  fuathorweoght  chain?  J,^e:.-^5.1e 'dotti ������!i$i!v outclassed Patsv KJ:-;**-.  \i-~:-.x'Cw \'": A".f> :.A >I. .*, i*i : !<mi ro'*->t'  l.iou is j'.-oiir. "u������ro i.u-nignv. In vvx.-y .,r./*  '.������������������dr best \'.>t tlie ten rounds A'tell jii-.-vm!  -,    pe.jY jliiinseif tht* mastsr,   Ilo   had   i'n ���������������  All Jocai items of a busiw���������>s  nature will be charged for #t the  standard ;&������ of is&p. U-a*.  E. 0. Emde Pipe iitting and  General repairing.  FISH SUPEttffiTIONS,  Queer  Old   Timo   Notions,   99njm ai  yYhich ������tl}J gwrvjvo.  TJje quo fleli medicine ot whjeh mod*  *rn science thoroughly wrov.es Js cod  . .       . .,, -     A .      ���������   Jlver oil. aud this, though lo far less  Advertisers will   confer ������ favor  fUBUBewlll fonB tlmo ^mntiy, Is swal-  COAL   MJNES    BKGUJiATION  ACT.  Noticj; of Examinations.  NfitlDP is liereb^ given  that  Examinations will be held for  by bringing in ������Nr ads. not l^ter   lowed in tons every year. '-'^ , "!i������2 r������i^.������������1lv 1T���������d������rVflP-  ,      ,rn  ,������ . .       .i'i        11       iii old divs a much wider one waa CR,ea ������* Competency,  under  tlie  than Monday, as this xv.JJ ������nal.l������ J^^ 2 Mi?jS!lffisS poovi.ions oi the''Coal Mines Eeg  the printer*, to insert it in the 0ud sumo of these pnictlccs have sur- ulation Act," at Nanaimo, Fernie.  next issue on tho following Tues-   vived to the ptemit day.   Some little  Cumberland   and Cout.ke, on   the  ������������������   ������      ������������������   ( time ago a hoy died of epilepsy in a  *5th,7chand   8th   days   of   April,  ������\Y. i north W/fjes parish. The docK^r, ������a!}ed  1904),  commencing at nine o'clock   t ^ \ iu top Utc. Inquired If the .deceased had  jn (\w forenoon.  been given any medicine.- "Oh, yes," , The 8Ubjecte will 1������0 aslollowf:���������  wast.l^wswer. ���������'^(su.ght fr trout, i p{ CJ Candidates-Mining  Eb$ ������W;������������$;We >* ���������������  Act and Special Rules, Mi������o Gat?,  Eels ?re supposed topowessall tjods  Ventilation, Gcnernl Work,   Mine  of virtues.   In the dark ages of medl-   Mft,ch>pery, eurveying.  cine a powder mad.e of .eels' liver -jvas !    Second Clns-J Candidaips���������Min-  considered an absolute speclflp for deaf- ,ing Act   and Special RuIch,  Mine  ness and was also emp|py������>d jn cases of Gases, Ventilation, Genera) Work.  ^���������.lent putifhbs ^o end the fight but  refrained from availing himself of  the chance,  3;>Q acres of land in Alberta .or  Saskatchewan,  to    exchange   for  i ;.iM-. nnvwhero on 'fK & N" or  ���������������������������;.' co.--,! from Nanaimo to Oys-  ;m* l!iv������-r, or Demnim or Hornby  IsliMnU, H^ply fid) particulars  in first 'letter to I..estock Forbe?,  Stettler Alberta.  oidancc  :;ot re;.l,  living  sive, positive,.high-h^-v  at Oiiv best, but lhe>i'.i;d--'n ������*f"|ift-.  would be lifted, and in an atntos  phtr'e, v.TJHii5 with ti;e wlianf  glpvy ,of loye and l^rotherjjopd ^e  poitU} alinast Ijear the ffjintrusile  pf tl)p angels' ���������wipgs))ftl)o .angels  pf peape ysheritjg in tjip'ihillen-*  pium.'' ���������Circle  Ottawa, Mai*."I-iSth.���������For three  hours this afternoon and rtlwo  hours thin evening tho House of  Commons discussed tho resolution  of Mr, Jjiartin JJnrrell, inember for  Yal<j-Cariboo, to tlie effect that  general elections should bo hold  throughout Canada on the sumo  day. Thc motion wajs dofcated on  a straight party vote by 115 to 69,  v. government majority of 40,  which is the.largest this session,  and ia about tho normal, government iiisjority.  "Man';)������. sa'd-to |i ye -been  inade it; t&.e'ijna'ge ui" His C're^'toi:  ^ome nip)) seem to bje, iryina'to  feniovv*1 tlie label:*- jji}d rjiiiejr idep  tifyinj bnnij-Js. if Vp nr*t \ntt)  ���������with tjip (Hjn}'ty of onr powers  fl,nd privileges 4'ud posjsibiUtiep,  Irt t's liv* like men. I.jfe j,? not  ffOHC*������ing to be lived tlirojif>|i,  it is to be lived up tp-r-in all" its  Ugliest meanings iind messages.  ^'���������(pro v^'Jin ?n thp. ui |j) i' of  Air*  ui>. ������i..* ������������������ i ������������������, .-. ........i . , .      . :  in auy ..ultKer oi t!.:i i.:;;,ht.* ..r  p������y was ti������e wpfsi ol u)i crimes;  yet for (his man tq be i coward  |vaishai|ie uuspeiikabh.*, And  Alexander in yreat inner r������������m-  ptamlpd, the craven: "Im 'nergive  pp njy tm||ie or follow u������> exam-  pie.'' Living up to cur possif  pilitiei pies ns liviu^ up to pur  paiue--anything else u t tu. fv.l  pTe,--Cir������de.  JAMRS.-.1, CQRBETT  J8SUES CHALLRN'GE,  WhoelinjT. W. Va. Mar. 18,���������  J������is..'(. Corbott issiijsi) last niyht  u e.Jiali iiigo for a tight with either  Ufferjes or Jack ,f<.husou, Ilo  said. ���������*  (,I sifl tirpd of sneing this fellow Johnson going around with  his chest out and nobody seems in  -ftlii'ed to fight him; so I tako tha  right that any man httginul hereby  challenge James, .1. Jeileries and  Jack Johnson to box ine.anv number of rounds or lo-r, iinish in any  cinh in the world. ������������������  '���������I will forward from Indiauna-  pnhV. n (dii-rjno for . S1,0< 0 to Al  Smith, tlio well known stub hoh!-  or, nt tho Q\\������fy hoiKie bi Now  Vork as u guarantee of niy go*id  faith."  TENDERS WANTlip.  TENDERS for tha re-shingling  of tbe Presbyterian Church yrill  lie received up to March 20th 11)09.  Tenders to include all material re-  vuired. Fur further information  apply to undersigned.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accopted.  A.lfCKINNONj-  C Sec'y Ii. of M.  FOU SALE���������Four young bulls  pedigreed; ono 2 years old; one 9  months; one 7 months; and one 4-  mouths;���������also Carman Seed Potatoes, 3c. per lb; Apply W.J,  *Ilanrigan7"MiiTtit)r~ ���������  m$i&"  Itopimalt & Nanaimo Bj'  ague or fever. A, .defioctlpn of eels' fat  ls still .used by Ditfch peasants as ix  remedy for falling hair. ,  But the raost valuable part of the eej,  nccoi-iling to popular sup'eretitlpn, ts its  skin.    Many an ol.d fanner wears a ,     ,     .       -  lielt of eelsUla as olpreTentivp agalnsit urdny, March  27th, 1������0������.   accopi  rheumatism, and sojhe bejlevp that a   panied by the statutory fee ns foi  garipr maiip <>f the skli> of this sijiiko-   lows:  Third Class Candidates���������Mining  Ac" and Special Rules, Mine Gases  and Gener.il Work.  App'ioation must be made to  the undeis-igned not later than Sat  */  l'OIl SALE-������-Ono O-oko St<-viand Iron Hedstead, both in good  condition. Will sell cheap. Apply  News vf lie.  W. H. Stringer upholstering,  Mattress' niaking and repairs; now  Lounges and. Mattresses mado to  order.  i\T. B.���������Oarpots laken up, clean  od and relaid, ., ,,  Ordev* taken at the Furuit,uj;v  store, .     :,  .Dr. 1). E. Kerr, dentist, will he  'nt Courtunay,.,Marclr4tli to 13ih  and iiftf.-1'Witt'ds at C||ii|bet'lund.  A cure for chronic cranks in  the smoking line. The ''Grand  Duke" Cigar, manufactured by  Percy K. Winch, Latjysnjith. Ii.  C, Mr. Wim Ji will visit Cumberland oucc ti mouth in the interest of Iiis business.  ���������'n y'r .<>'������,  mi,,  H.u.K���������-Uiki  wolfhound  like Hsli worn next to the human skin  as a preventive not only against rheumatism, but also ngQlust sprains or  similar Injuries.  4.110) her cure for rheumatism, whlcl^  finds favor with salt water fishermen,  Is a red herring. The herring being the  most plentiful of all the sea flsh, a  number of superstitions have attached  themselves to it. Kor luck through the  castling year one must be sure to eat  a herring ou New Year's day.  Fishermen lielleve that each shoal ls  hctulecl by a king herring, which Is  "more than double as largo as any of its  followers. They believe that when one  of tlie "kings" comes up in the net it  should be thrown overboard; otherwise  the next day'B Csliliij; will be a failure.  -IMfJilADSMAM,  N.B, OltAMiKUI.l.'h l.uDdK.  fitf Jdlin, K. 11 Mar. R-Tlw  K#w UrupswjpV (b������:.g(* Ii-m* lix'ge  opf'*e������t a*. t-atitufUi, y.*i,,i\nj  ftt|crti������K>i*������ '-'\\������ r-p'.u ul ilia  tfrapci seentai- uhov,* a i.ieL.Ur  ship -tl OVer fl/'t'O in \he provjnee  ,��������� ''.i wan of i, ti JiOl) duririgfbo  yr ">. 'I t tli-.- ni'iiiers ������(|k*cN  jmI ti* ' \ -it .*i>. ;������ *lif������(.r'<  ���������14 } ���������> ,   ������������������ ifi  ���������.. f .   .i   :'   a  r������l������ a" t-rphi1 ���������������< : ii  .,'.'<:'trl-i-' ���������'���������  The ii" im: of VA.d\\i v.*a*.*s w;i!i  ���������-.fi.-i'ii'it-Bfl in the yc.ir jB36,  Over seventy yenru reputation  f'M quality aud flavor.  He Used the Sword and Not the Ax  " Prior to 1483.  I am inclined to think that prior, to  14^ i|ie sword and not the ax was  ���������usually employed as the weapon for  Judicial duo-.i(dtation and that a block  was diMpi-nsed with, the Victims receiv-.  lug their doom "meekly kneeling upou  tlieir knees," and in this opinion I ani  fortified by the concurrence of an eminent clerical historian. Tbls le-imed  writer agreed with me that the ax did  not become Uie*"regulation" lelhal Implement until after tho roach ami ready  "heading" of Lord UasUu^s ou tho  Tower green, when lie was mimmarily  ttl'sputchcd hy ordor of tho protector,  .Gloucester.  Ili this Instance, according to the  chroniclers, the victim's tiet-lc was  stretched upon a piece of Umber tbeq  In nse Tor tho repair of the'adjacent  church of St. Peter ud Vlncula, probably ri "potlog," part of the scaffolding  whfch, wo rend, "conveniently lay lij  the way." Coutemporary uecoiu)t*i  seem lo Indicate that tho executioner  saddled over the prone liody, iuu(  from this position I Infer I'.nit the de-  tapltntton wus effooted by the. too}  known ns nn mix, lite cutting edge ot  which Ib at a right angle to and not lij  a plan* wltb tlie Iml't  I in/jy add that I ho only niutorapQ-  rary rcfereuoo I have come across of  tbo use or proposed uso of on tix ond  block for infllctliiK capital punishment  prior to. this trngedy In In one nf tho  Pnston serlOH of letlurs dUHcrlblng tho  peril of an unfortunate paptlvo of .luck  Cade's rebels (A. IX 1450), q geoorntloq  before I.ord Hnstlups was no clumsily  By an applicant for First Clasf  Examination *. $10 00  By an applicant for Second Class  Examination ,, $10 Oo  By nn applicant for Third Clasn  Examination     5 00  Tl c applications puist'.be accompanied ly   testimonials  and   evi  dence8tating that.:--  u. If a candidate for FJ������t CJaw  that he is a British subject and has  had at le.itl five yeans' cxpei ience  in or ubout the practical woikin-j  of a coal mine, and ia at least  twenty-five years' of age.  h. If a candidate' for Second  Class, that he has had at least five  years'experience in pr about lhe  practical woikin-J* of a c>:ai   mine  0. If a candidate for Third Class  th*t-he-hasTIi,'id������at-leasU.hi'eft,yefll������,  experience in or about tl e practice  working of a coal mine  d. A candidate for"a Certificate  of-Competency at Manager, Over-.  m������u, silriflboB-j,.Find os)*, or Shot-  .liuhter, fhall \ roducv 0 certificate  irom a only qiin)ified n t-dicul prae-  li' ioi er t-howivit; that he but- in ken  a eotiffe in aiiibulance work fitting  hi vi, vlie i������aid eandidate, 10 give fiitt  aid to perFo'rip injuied ii. ceaj lpin-  ing operations  '��������� Diilfd at ly not linn, JJ. C. Decem-  Ini  Ihih, ltitdl,  By ore'er of tlie Board.  FRANCIS H. SHEPHERD,  Secretary  STEAMSHIP LINES  VICTORIA, NANAIMO AND  COMO*  SERVICE,  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Subject to change without notie*  TS*5TP^������A--co'M:P5?:     .KOVTB  Sails ft ok Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. n.io  j^anaimo,   calling <tt Crofton   Kuper  andTbetis Islands when, .freight   or  passengers o0er, arriving ut Nanaimo  at .4 p. in,  Leaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. m,  for Union Uay Comox and way port*}  arriving at Comox at ? )?��������� m.  Lcayes Comp.*s   Thursday   7 a. ni., Ioi  Union Bay and Nanaimo, arriving k|  Nanaimo at r p. m-  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,   7 a. m., for*  JJniop Bay and Comox,  arriving  :t\  Comox at ? p. pi.  ���������*'. ���������-  Leaves Comox  Saturday,   7   a. m.   for  Nanaimo, arriis-    at 1130 p. m.  Stils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., fo  Victorii), arriving at Q p m.  NANAIMO-VAMCOUVIR  8. S.     ��������������� JOANV.1 <���������?-*  -^ ,.-.r  S'lils irom Vancouver for NanainiO  daily, extept Sundays, at 2 p. m. auivnig  at Nanaipw at ypj>- m.  Sails from   Nar.at'mo   for   Vancouvei  daily^xcept-SunclaySr-ai-7JuPLi_iyik������.  ing at Vancouver st 10:30 a. m.  'dt'-h, ������i?|l.iiO Hvti wt'lfliomul pups  |Ti lili I'm* 1'itoho*1. nnd  S7.50 for1, jmckotl to doiUli.~i.oudoi������ Notes on4  I'K'V'n; apply ul Ctvuiiiory, Court  rlii'V.  !'-w'  i'a I'jiii"  *  \t:ltA\\\ifi  TO'  ('IK  'I.. ,'i 1- '������������������'���������'��������� -in .'i:it������o-  r\\',..i   ���������-. ���������.''���������-,���������, ...I**n    'I  ''<���������'' 't*   dm  HariMf*; in f*������*Mi' ���������'? ''���������'������'' tin * t������lu *������lfl  jik.ri lu tbe i.oe Hll*e tJfid|*n?.}.;|  kt Pietoii, Ontario.  f l'p H',1 <)riye i||������ |i0t,  * owl itiit (^vrx & \***\.  li* t**r lrr������l - pr������ Ut* twt,  ^ml in the  ���������t4l<"f>   V������������*  % Pure Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food.  R. W. GILLETT CO, LTD.  MSI Tmrtw.li,. On*.  Tenders.���������  Quorlos.  the Hair.  <V sIiikIo l|alr, whk-h enn aiipport t\  welffbt of two ouncljon, In so oIiinIIc  thut It may ba stretched to one-tl'lrd o(  ltd entire length nml tlion reanln Its former Hlr,o aud coiulltlou. Dr. I'liicus  Inw meamired the ������rowlh of Imlr by  cuttliiK off circles about 0110 Inch li|  diameter from the homU ������t limillhy  men nml ho coiiiiuii'Iiik Ihe ixnnvili <if  I ho paU'bcu witli tlmt of the ivst of tl|u  Imlr. Ilo found Hint llm crowd) rate  ironcrnlly iMHinme sluwoi* after cutting;  tbst In ���������01110 c|������oH thu hair nn U,o  patches arcw ot (he Mine into nn tlm  fiwt, l>iit lli.it It never Brew auy fimter,  Tbe ordlpnry length uf tlie hnlr ou  (he head ramie* between twenty-two  Inchon and about f-iriy-nvo Inches, tlm  latter Ik'Iiik ca|iKlder(>4 Diiuminlly Iqng.  -London Standard.  lUpmit it���������Shilo's will euro my  coughs nnd eo'-tl-,  11 ti 11 xjeuum ��������� ���������������������������^������������������.  %���������* *rtt^aemmn*a*rmi-^**a <*t^emgnatmaje^nnt *  4>    C,M TARBELL  im mm stoves;  An ci; )| KITCHEN   UTENSJ(.|?  Sportstriens Goods  1*n<\  General Hardware  -Special steamers for Excur  ijbps, und icflucprt rues for parties may  t)e- i������ri*aitj,cd foi   on  application  to thi}  'Uist.J'HSS. Attentat Victoria.  Secure steamship tickets and  berths from W, JlcGirr, "City  Agent, Commercial St. Nauaiinq  li.C, %        ���������  Esquimalt ancl  Nan&,i3paQ Uy  TIME  TABLE  SUNLIGHT  meets you half-way-doss  all your work In halt tho  time if you follaw dlrsftlons,  Sunlight 8osp-ibiolut*ly  Iiure���������aaves clothts from In-  ury-handsfrpm roughness-  llfo from  r\ drudttry,  IWUil^nUHUlll^  UK'  Tenders will be   received   hy  the undersigned up to Thursday  ��������� Ajiiiliat f-i*M7. Un the erection of  BtttUf.  j "ifte nt*. ���������iii*Au,v vr������������.',. m v.'i!', '  , ^jjfvin V.nj^Wi nnthorlty nn WHIwii, i  luattci an InforMtlng niffi-rvnilon on n  little iHH-tlo found frwiucotly lu tho  tlowara of tlw prluuon', lait iiowlwrv  else, wlilch.U ((iiltu a mystery, It li  ���������rotll. Urowq nud (Int. und Mr. Wood  tt'UHUM on n, ' in.* ,,.-. '...-. A. 'A..,A  nobody known. Whorv Art vuu* ntn  laid, whit tha gnitm Unnt ujmn, nhrM  the rhryMll* lm bidden, nolNvly known.  Nobody known ovi-11 why Ihu piTfiit  heeXlts gets Into the prlmroM blosnom."  SOUTH. nOUND-Head Vxivin  P������8g8up������i Truips  Sutioin,  W.il,  iilvt,  pn'y          fhiiHinv  Nu. -J              No. 4  W.lliugtca,  LeBvtS.UOLrsvclC.il)  Naaahno  S.lo             lfi,|3  Uilymniih,  ������,oo          ifi ta  pUili.liinilH,  O.'.S         -10 258  Uquiiili'*,  10.15             Itl.CS  Uowichii',  10,20             1.7. CJ  CubbU Hijl,  U',40        n,-.'i  Victuris,  Anivp IV',*M'r|v.U,6(i  NOUTH BOUND���������Kesii   Iran  SUUpi.i  ixr.lv        \ud.  s.t,  i-MI.  Nl-    1           ,N'l. !!  Vk'd.lili,  "It'liV    fill   '   .  O.'liM- IMI,  lx>.4\>          '. '������������������  Vewlanur,  l.AH          MA  Unnci/r,  lino       imp  (^hvuiiluun,  II W       17 u>  Ucly������uiUb,  Il,ft7        17. ti  NtMiuic,  lV'Sii        U.!5  W������lliB|lnp,  Airivn ltf.M Ainv������l������fP  An *-**y Wy-  "In nrier to mutt-ed In Hf������." snM tha  t������������i������*   Imil-Utt*;, txm   sloiy   hij;h.   exitorlcnced ���������*t>r*on. "yon must not Im  wn.  !*}or..rit{������n ISfJi^jf. ajltWi day*  *������,ir\i^r lUtt U������i*ly  Ros#, 411 i^nioni* ffplilar, V-ht  Ae. par {x*ttn������l; if Uy mail s.l'l |-"'  tajw. f.arppr bis at rednwl l������H-  tit. AM onlrtu viil nwtvt* my  pwnibl a^teatiiMi.���������ll U*������������,  Plans Md specilications may  I* ^'"^'���������tmU mum^"     . -M  ,  '   ,     ,    ,     ,   ,,     .     "Then/*   annwtnwl    tho   tmcwblo  scut At  Uie I HJuljcrland   Hotel p^*^ ������r������, ������������,������ prnbmWy tdvHo mn  Tlie lowtal or tny Tenaar uut ne > t"11 ln ***** iln* ������������������������ * l������w������ba������ om  cessaiily accepted. r    VICTOR ROKOUA. W������i������ IM Adantae* *4m*m    ^     _ I   Mra. H*. wMk t������-llli>s  ber chlldrta  < {itxiiit Adam nnd V.re tnrl fha bennttr*  FOlt HA MC-���������IVtlcin Diiek ntjem t*t tnr a^tArm nt Mmn. mu* lnltm������|U������|  mi    ....  .:.���������:.-    11  Hm... \ ttf one t*t the tiny trt* ������t������y(fi|t. "Oi,������  11   per sitting   tl.hnt.tx, 1 ������rmm   vhtn tHm, Mn^ ^^j    *tf,]mt >.���������m*0*m. m\\\ ^^ m-  l.aUTrsJ, C'.,"������'"������������y. "���������*���������'��������� M "���������' w- *<*** f>-*��������� ������*J ������*������ ������������������.*   .������������������ f! , a���������,i wy4  NOTICK  Any jiei-fon or j>crii<*ni������, cutting,  r������*iiii'\ inp or tukln^ any block**,  tinthpf nr u-om), (if any descrifitimlii  !n������|oi.pinp; tn tho Wellington Col-  ijory i'n'y., or from or off the land  ul lhi������ said OoHijuuvy. t*ill ite prut,  icuitil to tho full extant of tho law,  *   K,  D. U\\\e,  fiupriiitcndent  W������)HnglMi Colliery Co,y.  HfWcial tiiiins fer rxi'imii-i s,  miu rpil|iffil 1 i������t(.i for )iunivn iu-<y  b#������"������rmn|5������^ *^ul'(''' ������������|i|ili������atit������ii tu  th* Did,'I'm*, Agt-iit nt yicti'iU,  Kxcur������ipn Tii Vet������ on ^p!������ (n in and to  ." ������(���������(������!( v..- (���������(v.ill'N' (.fimc iriirripv S;ii-  mday ind  fiunday,������r������Mpiiiirg txo\ lata  him .MiiiUiiy,  I.. I). CHATHAM  District j'tthHiifccv Agent,  l\ui Vi*.j<%%:���������!*,,i.i*%,'\ Jj������������������*--������������,  VICTORIA, ll.C,  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  It THI ���������RtATMT  THEATR1CUI SHOW PAPER  IN THt WOULD.      -*  naamm tmu,  ���������ampu Copy rmi% jtnmmm ��������� i >������ w,n > m mwmwmmi**mm,*.ta*semiiti*h*  WU.K1HUA LiU..  THE   NEWS;  CUMBERLAND,' BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  w  ���������bps  ������.*W-T������*:  ������?S  &i  &���������������*$&  v.*J\'iCTSa8i������  g; ol ������eotcb Whiskies*  The HUDSONS BAY GO  Sole Aeents for 8 C  -Tli A M W AY   COM PA N Y   IN-  (JOltPORATlON ACT.  W������y Algernon ��������� II,  Stracy, M.  Jtfeelin -Garland and  Charles   I'Y  Dickinson all of the City ofV.Van-  7rom*mri'frfllF"EpoViT5w^f~lWfillr  Col uni hia hereby give notice that  we propose to build and operate a  ���������tramway in Rupert District,  Co  mox Division,' Vancouver  Island.  vfhe proposed row to of tha  liiis  js commencing at a point on   thu  Jinst shore of Nimpki-jli Lako  the,  md   point  being ou   Section   20  Kupcrt. District, thenee running i'n  ������ general Northerly direction to a*  point pn May'* Uay on Broughtou  ���������StraitS on it portion 'of May's "preemption   heing section  Two   ('2)  Township One (1) Rupert District,  said ti'itniwiiy being a length of six  miles more or loan,  Dated this twenty.llrst day  of  Ucwriiher 1U0S.  AI.GKI1NON H. STRAW,  M.NKHLIN OAKLAND  CHAUlvKSl'. DICKINSON.  VeHcles.ImplemmtSr  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  ,������������T^W|������t^t������t������tJt������|to&e������t������i|������������|t  Wa'lwbrth-Rolston Co.Ltd*  H.  S������ ROLSTON,  Managing Director.  Vancouver, B.^.  See E. C. Emde^ Agent, Cumberland, fi. C.  jf.  ir.������*MUH  THAMWAV*t:o-ll'.u\TY   I.N-  COIU'OUATION ACT,  -i*--H-HwH-''H<^HMHHa4MlwH,'HiN)''l<  i Cumberland Livery  -and Feed Stable...  NOTICK it hereby jjiviMi Hint the  imdemgtu'd propose to build n  tramway from a point ou tho foie-  phoro of Comox Harbour, Gomox  District, Vancouver Isliuitl, sltunlo  about 700 feet (-act from tho South  oust cornel' of Lot 82, thenco run.  ning in u goifonil northwesterly  tlli-weti.in for a distance of about  twenty miles to a poiut ut the eouth  easterly end nf Campbell Lake in  the Hiiid District, nniMniveiving  iiorlion*- of the following land*: -  Ul** Hi vm\ Ull), S.iotl nis 12. llll  fin.I HO, L..I* 104, lli" and 118,  J'linthsdge Indiiiu lUi-ne, Lit 1114  Sections W, 7-I: and 71). L<'t* Ml,  120 and KM, Jll.ck ill), jtml  through Towindiip II, 7, 4, land  #, together with <Mitsh hnmcli linen,  Hjinra, xiho trnekH nnd feeden tu  <'oiiiii*i'l wllh tho hiiid Irninwiiy iih  mav bo mammary in eon limit inn  witli thn nunm,  J)sto.lthi������!>(������l]| day of Feb,, 10OH  A. p. McHAK,  TiuniAH McUkty  It l* fMntf.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : AU,  KINDS   ������ *  wood  and Coal  Hauled  Dunsinir.r Avenue  CUMIIHRDANI),   H. CI,  Wooi'i ?hoRpto&iMv  The tl'rmt /8������i0"t7������ itemed.  Tone* mid Inviffonium tliu who'  hervuui nvalnm.  luul  , r i<tt, Huuitl irixtittiri*. fmU  *ntdm.*rlttM,omt RtTect* (if AUnsnt.  falconihtVi.Mxf'������rSV OHewlllr-lii'w.!,*  " jiniru, Hold bf sllji'  tfui-nvily )rttm.*.r)  mt  puii.  \ltl\l  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotive nnd rail  way cars of the Union Holliery  Conipni..y, liy any person or persona���������axcept lain crow���������i^ strictly  prohibited. Employees ,,r������ sub-  m'c looiHtniefsiil for allowing sain-  Uy order  ( Francis D.'.Littmc  Mana^ei.  ������jmn BEER  The drinkof strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo BC  JOHN McLEtfDS  Fpli FIRST-C'LARS  ;_;,      CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS 4r TOBACCOS  T). Hunden  -AND���������  c  ;'H  O  If;.--  I  G  E  S  T  tn-season-a-t-.  D. HUNDEN'S  IkMUlii, Mrnlul unit Until* M'pin /' *  ������������������fiiy, Hrm~ttitl llixtltiitit. rmiitn'it*,.', ���������'  [*.'i'liitmi,nmiltfeelt ofMitsner AmiM*  . .AOtl \wtbea- Mxf'������rSV 'oi-ewIIIn''*'���������'������'.'j'  wllliniru, Mi bf all ilmnUU or umii.'il li;  *ytll*st free,.AXbti Wao4 wRMIeino O*  Toronto, Ont  Cco4'i Cotton Root Compound.  only nnin *Svtunt MiwMiW  itCfUiM wriin * tacit vimUiiM cue  djixjril. FoIiUp tlirfo Iflurwi  HENRYS NURSERIES.  Por Iho Spring Trade  Tilled Block, Seeds  fur K������rm  Gardon, or ConKervalory,  (mm the h������ht growers In Kngland  France, llolhtnd, Uni'i-d Stales  and Canada.  Fruit  a nd Ornarm-ntal TrteH,  Bmsll Frultn, bnino grown  Furtllil'irs, Honliupplio', Spraying  Muierl 1������. (J|U   Fl iworH. eto.  140.pfl������ot'ATAL(KlUKH������KK.  M.   J.   HENRY  Orot-ibouiea. Settl Houtt-i and Post  Ofllou A it dm i,  3010 W ESTMINBTIta ROAD,  Brano}} Nurnsiy, South Vanoouvur,  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  \ .Take Notice that Fraser   River  ���������Iiumbtir Co.,  Limited  of  Frasef  "AfilU, ].,C, Occupation Sawniil.  and Lumber Compaiiy, intends  to  apply for pei'nii8#ion to  lea������j. tin  ..foJlowii.g described laud.���������  '''Cotimie.iittihg at a pof>t planted  about. 750 feat distant and  in  n-  sij.utlieasterly direction  from  th������  southt'iist coi'iiei' of Lot 82, Oomo.x  District, theuce 1500 foot South  ���������j.9   degree*, 44     iuiuutes East,  thenco 500 feet North, 40 degrees  10 niiniitos Hast, thenco 1500 fool  North,  40 degrees,  44   minute!  Wost, thenco South 40 degrees lli  uiiiintiw West, to  point  of com-  uieiicmoiit and containing 17.2 a-  ci*es more or less.  Dated 2<lth  February   1009.  FlUSKIt HlVKH LUMDKR Co. L'l'li.  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  Wook-eud serrioe  Utw*������i������ V������������eoaTer,  Nauai.no, Unio������, Como*, by  tbe  steel Clyde built twin ecu**?  steamer "COWIOHAN"  .   Saiiingas uiuiw���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8 pm  Arritroa Nnnairao, Saturday 1*2 p m  ,    . Arrives Union, Sunday Gam  .Arrives Comox,   Sanday 8 a m  Roturain*?:���������  Leaves Conor. Sanday 4pm  Lea*vos Uoba Sunday 6pm  Arrive. Niiiaimo, Sunday lt m m  ArrivM Vancouver Monday 7am  Stage l.ave. Union for Cumberlan-I every Sonday morning on arrival of 'COWICHAN:" aud ieavee Cumberland Uotol  ������t 1 pan, connecting with iteamer at  Ueion.  Thos. E j  Ranks  ?^'^I<fXt>S<������������������)<j<i������������������"lVi  New York, March iStli.���������"T������a  feet below} fciio millionstio barieii.'*  At) iiiBGri-ption said to have been-  iouud y������ars Ago upop a.fttooo dug  from a deptk of 100 feet S������ a iiole  ���������en Oak iatobd,- in M*horte Bay,,  Nova Srotia, is tlie magnet that  bas^ttf-wtod the attention of H-  L. llowdoin, of due -eatj and caua-  ad him to sign a contract with the  owners .of U*e wland, under whick  he will literally tear up theeartk  therein quest *ot hidden fortune.  He pxpoetsto begin his operation*  nest May.  ef  'lt>  One recruit who kivelt f*>r father  Mathew's blessing said;���������  ���������'You wouldn't |je blessing ra������  if you kuew what I am."  -^Aad what are you my dear?"  F*tl������er Matliew eallkl man, womeu  and children'-my dear.1'  "I am an orangemau, your reverence."  "Why, God bkissyou, uiy dsar,  I wouldn't care if you w������r������ a lem-'  onmar.J"  Funeral Direc-i  ���������.*/.������������������  I tor   and   Em-  balmer  House Ralnluft ,Ste>S  iic^vln������t it F-Bundationas  Carefttlly Attended to.  Cuutberlauil;  li: C.  Vancouver,  B.C.  NOTICE  Every Mouday and Friday I  will be iu town to deliver ,l?resh  Mutter and all kinds of Vegetables  md also 20 tuns of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  Guru Ykuk,  Saudwick.  Notice ja horoby giv������������ that Thirty  Dnya nftor dnte I iutond to apply to  tlio Honourable Chief (!<>uii'ii'*������loiier  of LnnilN and U'orka (or a hlceiuw tu  proapect for cunt nod potnilewn under tho forrthoro nnd undor the ***���������  tur Mid upon thn lnnil in (Jonmx lliirlxmr,  und iWuribml u������ fol!<iwH*-Com*i.*vjciwn  nl a pout plantMl at llie toalh wral eorner if II. R. Nnficr'i clnim; therr* ������������������������������������  80 elinina; tliKiice mu h 80 ohains the no  wt-at 80 ohain 5 lliunoa north HO ah.lna;  to place of conimnneenient  (Mutniniugabonl C40 nor*H.  Dated tbin 2IHh diyo.f J).������nih������r IIW8.  It. W. HAMMOND.  It, Uoa������ Napier, Aue  Hatniltoti, Mar. 18. A new clue  in the Kinrade murder case wai  investigated this morning, Mrs.  Win. King, Markland. St. saw a  strange man walk to the kitcheu  of her neighbor. Mrs. Taylor, a-  bout four o'clock on the afternoon  of tho murder. He rapped at the  door and tried to get in, but failed  Mrs; Taylor refusing to open the  door. Mrs. King snw'the stranger, who appeared considerably  frightened and watchfnl, place  something on the steps aud then  piit-it%ieHn-hT*-pocketrH-e-thc'ii~  went kwny. Later Mra. King  heard of tho murder and the Taylor family searched tinder the kitchen steps in hope of' finding the  revolver but found nothing.  '���������" The only reason. advancod to  'connect this mau with the murder  is thnt he camo from the alley  which runs at the back of the Kinrade home. In some respects ha  answered to the description of a  man famished by ''Florence r'.Kii)-  rade.  09 VKARr  EXPERIENCE  Tnadc Mams  _    OcaisNt^  Conaiaiira Ae.  i i. mtm,*%**te mmm*** wr  ' WmmiimMmJ**--        *  m*nim*,9i IAmMI   I tiVWilMk ^iana  Stittttilic Hmcrican.  10^&&M������  Bl!K4������*rr'^tsSa[ji������  ������5^������teS5|When In Courtly*  nepaltl on wo������Tpt or iirloe. I  Tee* (iMBpUlet. A<idr*wi Vw   ,,,,        ^ ,  i ne v^ourtcnay Hotel  ���������Srt������ilj.t������*������*4C*.,t"W**������������������.*������*������l. !,'***'������������������**** il'****.  M ww9*>9994>9A9949999*>94>  INSURANCE.  Vive    and    Life  For lh\t Ktduclioiiii for  Fire Iii.-siiraiH'e <*all and yet  rates Infore InsurinR.  WtmUy W*l!������i*<i  Agent fort lie Royal  of Liverpool  *+*/f*fnn*M**f****n  ICvery coiivciiioii'T for guests.  The Conti tti Hot* 1 toy 8portanion  "su.ir In;! the lieu of VVmotand I.^udu  u the H.ir.  RATES        W8A90NABLE  COMOX  LAND DISTRICT,  Take Notice that Fraser Kivt-r  Lunihei* Oo. Limited ol I'rnser  Mills ll. (*., Occupntion SwwmilU  uud Lunibor Compnuy, iutondH lo  apply for purmiKsion to lenso tho  following dei-crihed   iHiid: -  Comuieneiiifr at the northwest  I'lirner post of District I*ot 10!*,  C'tnrms District, thence north -il  degree* JO iitiniitflKliiHt, 1000feel,  llienct* month 44 de^reo* Id miu-  iitos Kast fliiOO feet, thence South  40 degrees l������l minutes Weat IJJM0  feet moro or Jnss to high wntei  mark, thenco north westerly following tlw said high water mark  to  in JIM." point ���������������(   iiilillill-Ui-rlii-'Ul   A;  o.slai.co uf ImMIU teei im-w -r jimm, |    ���������a(e(, ���������,,, 7yh (Uy of n,fftt,b��������� ,r,  containing 110 acres-more ur less. 1              HARKY ATHKKTON  |)ali������d tha 5th. clay of Mstrh 11MHJ.I                        R. R������������������i Nijner, Apen  1*'u\skh Uivkh LtmmuCo. Lio,! *- * ...,���������>..���������  ~ _____ 1     NMiPi. ia b*rm*oy ftv������������ tlitt    t.iir'.  ��������� I lOayn after datn I Intead to apply '���������  A Frit Trantlatlen. '������������������������ Honour*lili������ rtiirl l*oin*inl������������ionei  i "And ymi nny iln- Idler nf a twiflwr ot Imndn mid ���������ftttrin tor a Ucotue u  I tnlil you stint von bail ������n e������tr������va������������ol l������������ap������i f������-r ena\ ,,nrt patrol-Mim un  I fwil of 11 fiifherr , ������l������r tha f*r������ali������r������. a������duiid#r Ib������w������Ui  "Tlmia wiihi he nu.Miir.n ' landen the land* lo Cow������s  Haiti nr  '.    "Uut wbtit del bo ..tj. '���������." Salrnm IMatiint. dut-iriUd e������ f..lU*������.  I    "He an Id  It was criminal folly t������  , tru**ti* ;utuicr ou rtio edu.atlou of uurli  I S  I'kUIIIJi  as   I   MID." ,  ���������John Johnston,    Prop  (let your Job Printing  done nt the News.  NetHif UH.  ���������TTnTt yon," naked tho Jialw ef 1  rweuily oottvklcd ������nan. "*n> thing te  otter tlm ccuct Ufuro ������������tittn..-������ to  DiituodT'  "So, your bonor." rw������������l ten- l*tm>  ener; "tny lam yer took my m*A llf������  \U'tn'~l*n4me limit*  Xvttee \n bermby trbrtm Um* lUHy-  Vaya atimt Amtm I int������S te tmoifU.  the Honourable CAW  OotwnataioiHr  of I^ndf and Workia for a Uoanoe to  prpfjiecl. for eoai ami petrolaans m>,  dtr the foreehore aod nadn-r m.e mm*  t r ani on the litnda in C04 ox llarbeur,  ('omojt Distriot, doorlhpd tt* fellow*:���������  Commenoing ut a poitpatiUd at tba  Di������rtk ment oorner ef "M. A, Napler'a  claim; tKeuce aouth tWwt mi ������balM{  thenoe wo������t tbont 23 eaulai; tiieaee *r*������  tori)* foil, winij tho linuoa tioe ef Hi*  >horelno tn pVe of aniiBisiieer.fir.t,'  coutiiniutf ab ut 276 ao'tt,  ���������  Duleil thii soil) dny ff De������������tab?r l������W  a.Y..t.,'SAvnf.,  R. 1'tota >'r.ptef, Agent,  rtotii* i������ hereby -riim ten. Thh*t#  l**y 1 after date I lnt*������d to apptr *-*>  tbe noaouralile Obiut ComwtaatO'Mt  of Uiwl* itnd Worka for a licoaas *e  I roapeet for eeaJ and poirolovm (������������������  <ler the forcthme and under the *tl������r  and upon tht Undt known at While  Wiiff Keicrve, Comnt DUtrict, daatrthad  ������* followi;* Comminciaf at ��������� pen aha.'  ttd tbttnt in chain* tut from tha Wait  ",nd nf Oioxt Spit, it Ccrneii Kirbnur^  irnce norih So ehiim; thcr.ee tail It  liiint-tlttarcMuth lo ehaini, tbenee  ��������� e>t to chains ta ptact of cesssttnti'  nent; conlaininf ibnut64*t acrts.  ttitad thii 19thdsf ef Derember  19*  R. HQS% WAFIER  ' NoUet 'ia lMn*r fftvnTiUi Vmtlrm}'  tny* after date I Marat ko appkr te  he llonourabW OkW CoaaaatnMOMr  ,t I^anda and Worka for a Utanat la  rctpect for ooal and pafrolMnn ma.  t*r 'he f<iroh������r������ te* nndef ������be wa*ti  inHiifon the landi in Co������#t Uarboir,  4o)i*d lliitrbt, i*arrlb*4 11 ftllown-  'emmti.cii-rat a )<oit fluttd   at the  ��������� u-li will eorair ot U, R. HtiUa'i  iAim; ilifiic* mrili alviot 40 *h������iri(  "rurti mt.i niif\i\ im tttmai, Ho.eo t"l*  ���������xriugiliiemjoei uiof ths th*i������ i-i-i *���������  ���������Itc cf io.n������ie4������a������ttt, e������r.taiai f a'not  J lanrei.  PaMUusaiUMnyi.t Hocttibtr IWA.  K tttittb ttAriK*.  Ni.iiifr I-, bcrettv gucn that thirty  days A'e,t due I iniead in applf ta tha  Hon  "hirf t'ommimtaer ������f I..indi a������\  Wmkifer.t lieenrr mpraiBKi Ut co.xl  md u trnl'UHi uaSer tbt ftrMbnte 'td  ,',,'mt ll.e mix trend "��������� lh* Undt k>������������ 1  Ckmmteolni at a prat eta< U*i at t������-i j ���������W-H* r-lulj Ifc-m t'tiaot pbUitt,  , ,. ..   , . .���������    , ;.    \,,-*er) iim  tooiwi'   C te mm**-- ,t  m  thtneo north slmnt W ������lula������; iht r*    J^ ,t  n������������.f r-g ������1Mmi tt������a^ veil W  ���������wet ������������eJi������lB'j tHtwt **n'h  abut  it-] luvt; t.*'tw i.������rtli sl^ut Ml eAmen;  cliaine: to tbe ahnre Vm\ thenoe f������lt.-w j tl.ff.w-. ������.������ttf������*f Wtttrtnf %\e t.*������,)*%*  imm it.. .i,..in.nu. nf th> .s..m  Un.   "' tbet������������������th������tt' Iht ���������*rtb,������M be.*-*  Ini tbf tlntterititR of tht >bor*  Wii'jj       of ^ u# x,^,', ,J������ mi   ,|,*������i������  Ui i-tani i.f e(tmment*mmn%     j���������,ulll    ^mml  tj,   ^bm m ***<** et  u*u.*.m',i>z.lt.\'..Vilvi*t. \c ttm������a������������SMtt, -maUiahitf   eW*������l  9*9  Uat������l ibit *������b di) ������f lit^itwr Itm. j a-ran.    M. R. MUHTtMI.       I    l-mA******* **** **1 *>" ****** ���������* I'M*  % emmaenmm. a^J UMWW, ���������������������������������������������������  Notice ta h������rol>y gtvto that Thlrt)  l>������iy������i nft������r date I Intend to apply ���������������  tlie Honourable Chief (jQinintatlouti  uf I������n<t������ and Worka fur a Iioenne f  |iroe,)oci fnr roal and polroltum ui  ler he fnrerdiore .ind under the wan  itiiil on die land knowi m While Uh  Reierve, Com.vi Uinrirt deicribed /  fnllnw!(;.('niiimencinK at a pou planii  at the north ������4������t rnrner of V. R. Napiti  1 bum; ilienre eati tu rhains, them  muth t,o ch4ini, ilicnct met to rluin  thence nnrth cigt.ty ch.iini in (he p������������'    ^  -.\... . w...H,-..l ������    m-.-   .���������       4  5rif% THE NEWS, eratBEKki^tD, BRITISH COLUMBIA  11 im'imi.tmmmr^mim,ik.r*.^-msmtm.tmmi*',.,.'i'nr*ii-.  ..SA*..v-i<3*&  ���������H  ^������-as.*������**������& ^asaMwt^a^ /a*^***^-.^ |i^5������s^9^^v faggigrigjiii^ &em^cg<g!IS& V -feS^S2!S*5^85l *i^Jss|!^p?N������  VOTE by  MONDAY, MARCH  29th,   AT THE COURT HOUSE, CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ster  Register  T. Graham, of Denman   Island,  arrived in town  Friday.  Miss R. Piercy  Island, arrived 'by  boat.  of   Den in an  Wednesday's  Miss A,   ^...to..  Corrigi.l, of Denman  Island W.13 a passenger by Wednesday's boat.  \M. Hay left by Saturday's  boat  for Nanaimo.  BOVRIL Helps Yon to Eat  Because it contains all the  stimulating properties-of ���������  beef in a concentrated form.  This excites the appetitejmd  makes you hungry.  BOVRIL Feeds Yon  Because it contains all the  Albumen and-Fibrin of the  beef. These are the vital  nourishing properties which  make BOVRII, differ so essentially from all other pre-,  parations of meat.  ta&c  I       THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA:      f  *  Cumberland, b.c,  Capital. 83,900,000  Rkskryr, $4,600,000  Assets,   846,400,000 ,  DKPoan j, 583,700,000-.  ���������ty  ��������� Money Orders-?*-^  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, Francs, Marks,   Rubles %   Lh*es,/Kronen, etc. ������  Payable All   Over  the World.--  Savirgs Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.    .-  Thos. Dwyer arrrivoii  by .Friday's boat.  in  town  Sam "Williams  left  by  day's boat'for'Nanainm.  Satur-  . A. Theobald left by Thursday's  boat tor Vancouver,  ������r. W. J.���������Andrews, of Sandwick is holding afi Amnion Sale  on April Sth., ol! all his household  effects'.'   PosterHntei*.  A*>  A. B. NETHERBY,  Manager.'  7f4fm~9m^9'-w^9^9^-'w^  Co not accept lubitltutet.  108  Brewery Progressing.  Mr.John Schnoor, of tbe Pilsener Brewing Company, has  just returned from 'a . business'1  trip to the north-west and has  made_arrangements for shipping  of all necessary equipments-in  connection witb bis brewery,Mv.  Schnoor is having his ice plant  OUND���������loekenmrtchain. Apjshipped   from   Chicago.     This  NEW  ply at this ollice.  -������*.-  A concert undor thu ������������������auspices of  St. Georges Presbyterian* church,  will be given next' month. Particulars later..  Dou't forgot that Alt. W. J.  Guard, practical piano tuncsr und  organ lopnirer,'will he in' Cumber  hind nbout April 'l**t. 'Reserve  your piaii'o or organ tili hw comes.  Comox pobtioeii choice quality  y>! Ai'hci'i.ft.'i'Ot'itoi'*. nijioi'inr-  qimlily  snilabli! "for t-y-nd  2.*,c nt  J,  M.cPlll-'l* & .VIIIH,  FOR SAlJv*-All of m\ hoilfo-  hold cH'cult; i!oiui..-vii^',  -d'   lubloM,  cluiii'.*, bedroom Hiiil-,  ������torin������ ot<\  * ' Mi.-, R. tiraut,  'hiinlir-rlaiid B. C  machine is the very latest and  best and is expected here in a  few days.  Oontn.chr Hunt nnwo*  Destiny**-, hunt.  by Wi"l  FROM NANAIMO.  Quaranrinc wmvliftod yostorday  on'five cases of small pox nnd us  there hns heen no now cases 'this  week, tho local hciillh olliccrs feci,  they have the IroubJo well unner  control'find.will soon bu(iible to  cull the town clear.��������� Nnnniino  Herald, Miij'ch 1-hh.      '..'  FOU SALE.-A Doherty orgnn  Hourly nowybrasH nan\������, Apply to  0: .Matthews,'Penrith  Avenue.  KNTKKTAINMKNTAT  COUIiTKNAV.  AND WHV N"'1V  We uiiili'i'stund thut-  iln-  Munii-i-  jwlity of Vuiit.inver Ims decided,  to impose a tux mi all chureh prop  City in llm city'.  T>~ v.f\e lirnii-il.vill be* ill  Cumin rliuid ur.ly until cud of  Maidi.    ('wi*.-;-.ilt him itt'once, if  you vt'piir<-' nuy dental work.  - 11   NOTICK: No mis will be  (-.hanged m'tcr Moi lny uomi of nii������!i  weuk.  aMRaaaM������>mww'������.. mmrtrirtmmmmmmmmmm  A number of i 'nmborhind young  people enjoyed u pbwai.it outing  ���������nt the night ol Muivh 1.0th. when  tho pluy, 'H'liui'iship of Mi'es  Htitiidiidi'', under the iii.imigemunt  of Miv, II"slingH, was repented at  Ooiirti'iiuy,  The first part of tho progrnm  lu-ii g ini(i('('ihuieou������T, consisted of  i-ohic, (|uui'ii!tu������s, comic selections,  I'ff.i till li -11-. iilni ii,i on-   oy    tno   vi*  i lii-Hira,  After the piny tlio coin puny ad-  jiitirei'l to to refreshment, room,  ivhi'i'o a hiiiiiptnoUH ivpaM luul been  prepiired by llm kunl tallies ol  Cuurtt'iisiv, to which the pJtrty did  simple justice. ���������.  mmmvmmmmt**mmmmimwmmtmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmr^r.  2  $250 in PRIZES  DISTRIBUTED   MONTHLY FOR  <Sp*d Standard  coupons  Ten persons may win a handsome 109 piece dinner set eaoh  mou*h hy using ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR, Ench ,|9lb sack  contains a numbered coupon, and oach coupon gives you 11 eluuiee to  paitieipnte in the monthly drawing for these splendid 'prize;*.  Gather nil the coupons you can, compare them ench month with  the numbers of the prize winners ns they appear in this sp ce. Yonr  nnmo may,,be among them nt any time. The more coupons you  gnther the more chances you' have pf'winning.  The conditions of the contest nro few. Tlie dupl'caW' of eve y coupnn  ph-ced in n s ck of (lour i- clujio i wl in ti rocopmcl 1 and it-n ma- drawn  each month, The t* n persons- holding thoduplicaton of IIiobo iuhiiI'i-i'm  us uitiiouricod in this paper win ihe prizes, When you (led your number iiinong the winners send in your coupon wiih your name uud*- address.and 'be prize will b������< shipped n you prepaid,  Always use Royal Standard Flour aud save your co'i'ion*.  Mlmufiioi iii'dd onlybv,  Vanctu/er Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER,   M. C.  ������������������������a>sx!) i-'^',*A*y*^<iys>'*>:ty*ys<&^i c?x^S)������������x2xs^as^^  I Going Out of Business  Do you intend, to purciiase a new.-Bicy*  e'e tliis season? \Ve liave over Twenty  Different Models to clioote fr m.  Yonr atteu'.io'u is called.to our Coventry Ro'adst-r, a splendid E'glisli Bio. ole���������  $55.    Covenry Tli ree Speed, only $67.50  Wt sell English, G^^adian and America Wheels frum StO to ? 115;  Ours ia the beet reprir shop in Victoria,  ���������^dTnrf^wrk"Sten"TiTe~ali���������txper^s-aHhe-  busi :efis.    Let 11s Jo jour repriiri! ������.  Out wheels taken on new mas': Ageuta  w. nt >d iu un represented territory.'  Write in ci 1 on us as our noxstore.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  CENTRAL OYOLE   DEPOT,  111.0 Govt., St , Opposite Spencer's  t(f Ours is the Pioneer Bicycle Store  VICTORIA,        B, O.  tt  ���������?  I  ?!  On iiceounl ol ill heiilih I find it Inipomdblo to carry on  mv husiucps nny longer, nnd the wholo of my t-phmdid  s'ock will bertiHposcil of at prices qui'o reKnrdlppfl of cost.  My wholo stock of WATCHKH, C'FiOOKB, JBWKLRV,  I'LATOD VVAKK,nn.lsTISiaiNU HILVKK-hut (Jin-*?,  l.imlber (laods, ]Ui<>Uh nnd Simionery, Show Ciuo.������, 0 uni-  ler nnd Hnfe, all for hiiIu* cheiip -FOU BALK OHKAl*.    '  Ccmox Development  League.  The Conioxliraiic.il of nhe Yan-  conver I dnnd Developinont League  held iheir third iiieeting in the  Agricultural Hull, Ootirtenny, on  Tuesdiiy evening March 10 h.  Not so many present as such n  niofting should enll out, but itwas  a fair ii>piusot'!utive crowd, and  qui'to int crest oil in the work before  tho Lodge,  Lonviitg all minor issues and  littlo bits of cross firing, tho chief  cuhjicts engaging its attention  woro:���������Advocating a daily mail  service, undor contract on schedule  timo.   ���������  ������������������--Extension of the E. & N. at  onco Keeping tho C. P. tt. up to  thoir agruainont -no moro extensions of time.  Opening np tho lands for sottlo  ment.  The establishment of the experimental farm, in'Coinp'x. ,,  Mr.,Win. Duncan was elected  delegate to central meeting.      ,  ���������   ���������<>-' ���������--  Can our local tonsorialists bent  this:���������  Mr. Eobt. Hardie is the quick-  shaving champion of England, snys  tho Strand "Magazine.  Mr.  Hhi*-  die's record uf shaving live men in  ono minute fifteen  seconds  stood  ior-soine-years^but-not���������long���������ago���������  the champion of the razor thought  he would try for new and  better  times, so he managed to shave six  men in  one lninute twenty-nine  seconds.  . Mr. Jlnrdiealittle timo  back issued  a   chnllonge   to   the   ,  world for twenty-five hnn'Jrcddollars, and this money enn  be won  hy any-onw Mho will take  up the  cudgels nt either quick or blindfold shaving, nnd is nhle  to beat  the existing champion's times.  Mr.Hardie can shnve one man  no matter how harsh his beard, in  12 seconds, or ho will allow himself to-ho blindfolded wnd ihen  make a clean job of it in twonty-  seveirJfconds. IWitles these things  which nre accomplished by the aid  of nn ordinary razor, Mr.- Hnrclie  will give nny man a pfrfectly rntif  factory Mmv������ q-jtb the aid of a  carving knife in forty-live seconds  and with a penknife in , twenty-.,  eight seconds. Next!  IP YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THK  NKWvS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  Subscribe for  The News  g Now ThU IS a Qonuiiu 13 iln,  W f������  )S>SXiXsX^axi)������<s)^^^)<*)<J<i������*^������ C)^0(!3������������������^������^)������S^>������^������99t'  Mclean i  K. A1DA  !���������������������������������������������������%  Merchant  TAILOR  fm  !��������� CflilRERUKD TAILOR  >   MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  ladies' Tailor-made -costumes a specialty  SUITS CTIRDE TO  o^dbr and  ' IN ANV STYLtH YOU UI1SH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  mm amet,mmmimim\  V TT M H K R L A N D,  B. C.  , ' Agents for Union Brewing Company's BKKR and  PORTICR.      Wholesale Denlers in all Kinds of  *   '      : Wines and Liquors.  h  T. TANAKA, PROPRIETOR  t. -'HMM������MfiiW(>W������W������M*Mh������������PWWlMHHM������  Ladi<-������* and <)-������i.leiii*������ti,������ Suit* Made  to Order  from tin* u> v.t.s    A'.l Wo.vk l**ir.4 Chi.-.*  , t  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  SECOND    STREET  %^n^*Miiwiuiivjiw^  er$4r-***4+w*94+*<>'**w<)'w9w m^AAwwwAOA^        eOt"****  Wlxil������ iu Cumberlaud Deal With J  Comox Co-operative Society, i  Dealers in I?re������It and Salt M*?als:ind Farm Produce <  All Onli-rs Pumiptly Deliwtcd. J  R. Wcbtlor, P^anaffor. !  !  effecc������fr ^���������������������������ctcftf��������� *������tftft������������fcc������cct ��������������������������� j������^f4������<^^������������M>tt^������->t>^^4ffnf^^^ft#^^t  OPENING SALE  Commencing Paturdny, March 18th, 1000, and for the next 15  dnyj wo nre offering t\m*h\ values In Floor, Coverlngf, OIL-  CLOTUHui.d LINOLEUMS, COTCHKB, ������IDEBO.\UD8, BEDROOM fiUTTRB, TOILET SETS, PANCY UPHCI.STEHEI)  PARLOIl CHAIRS. KOCKRM*. COMFORTERS, BLANKETS,  PILLOW S, I'lLLOW WVERS, SHKKTO, BED SPUINOH and  M ATTRKSSKB. IBW* Rc-dmed pricci ������r������ for CASH ONLY. For  fuller pnriiciilnrs sou handblDi nn Saturday Morning.  The Right Price  Puruiture Store.  At MoEinnon  imarmaearn*. ������������  ������.l t.  mm  name

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