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 f?  A Journal Devoted Especially^ to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. ������.,  TUESDAY,  JUNE 9   19118  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  1  3iuuiiiuiuuinitiiiiii������inHiiii������uuiiiifitiiitimiii������imiiiiitiuiniiu������iiuiniiiiiiittiiuiuiiiiuuiiiuitiiiiuiinimiuiiiii liiiiiinumuiuiininHitns  ..The BIG STORE'S..!  GREAT RED TICKET  b_������- * 1  "im*���������������������������  ft*0M*M*^l*M'*f*ftM**������  ,'i *t  For Every Home  '   ���������By; Purch asi ng an��������� <���������  ��������� *..  .������������������������������������  mph  1000 Records in Stock    v  for you to .choose from.  A  I COMMENCES  I SATURDAY  1 PAY-DAY  GEM PHONOGRAPH '  .,$16.50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH  32 50  HONIli PHONOGRAPH  45 00.  I and will continue for 2 weeks  I' consionmeuts of Old Countiv and Eastern  1 Merchandise having arrivad iate for our Reg-  '|. ular Spring lousiness, the manufacturers rath-  I er than have them thrown back on their  ������ hands have*: allowed":lis BIG -DISCOUNTS  ^ to.take'the'm o^er, enabling us to. make t-his  I   sale with _  I NEW   SEASONABLE  and I  1 UP-TO-DATE  GOODS  I at RIDICULOUSLY LOW PlilCKS. Re-  ? member, no old merchandise at the RED  |   TICKET SLAUGHTER, SALE.  r.. ;* ,new'gq0dsi  ^ AT BARGAIN PRICES.  IW Look ont for ojir handbills with  full  particulars.  We sell .the Phonograph and Records  the same p" ice as they are sold all over  the world. We are sole agents forCum  berland and District. Records are sold  at 4Qc.each. _JL_^_1___=���������__*?_AS[1 ONLjY  TMjVlAGNlf  CASH  ,'     >  ������������������ *~"*~" "���������   '     ���������   "i*   ���������    ���������-"--��������� ���������   -V w   ���������   -mm   T. L BATE,     -   : - '   CamferJaUd'  T"  fflclieod's JiemStoiie.  We are getting nicely settled in  our new premises and have put in a  fine line bf  In Hats,  In Clothing,  InBoots&Shoes  Tour inspection invited.  J, N. flcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenne,  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  J  *,*,.**,.**+,.**������,������������������,..**., ������������������������������������������������  ���������  9  Siddall,   The   Tailor*.  Has opened Business in McLeod's Store.  't  ���������  when fire threathens tht-ir homes.]  or property.  Observer.  f  MAROGCHIBROS.  1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BdftLING WORKS.  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER.     Wholesale* Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,   .    ,,../  SECOND    STREET  JJriJN'S 1.ADIKS and CHILDREN'S* "  ��������� ; BOOTS & SHOES  .-:- ���������'���������<*i":-'<      .-   >.<.'..'" VARIOUS STYLES aud  :#iy6"P6r C������nt-Discountpn General  Groceries.   -,-; ���������   -  -  ���������' 30 Daya,  Groceries  'Special attention paid to ..the Quality of our Cioods..>:  4SMRBELL BROS., '��������� ^8��������������� *���������  mm-i***-'*,. *���������***-���������**��������� il���������  ���������&  t  *****  (oeazs  1  THE CLOSING OUT SALE  COMMENCES  SATURDAY,  JUNE   13th  NOTHING     RESERVED  EVERYTHING MUST GO  I  S- 0..T, M.  CnrabarlnndltW-t, No 17, .w*tln K. o(  P. Hill, Ji.na 2ml. Soveo . enuclidntei*  word initiiiteJ into the myntcrioa of tlio  I}ec llivt, Ihe fc-TlowinK Ludieu wen-  cleotod and Installed tttt officers for tlio  fir-t term P. L. C. Mrs. Willard 1..0. Mn.  A. MoKinnon, L. T. 0, Mrs, M. Unnieron,  *{ K. K. Mr������. Parnh in, I'. A. IsRbell Mur-  dock. Cbai*lin Mrs. 3, .Miuwall, 8er������.  Mrs. Uliwr. BpRrave; M, at A. Mr������. H.  Wfaninghnmi South' Mih. V, McDonald;  Hiokot, Mih. J.Gillespie; Pianist, Mrs  W. Hudson*, Ilanuor Ueuror-, Mndnmra  Gray, Jiijnos und Murduok; Color Uear-  ������rs, Mrs. J. Thomson and Mm. T. WIIhoii  Cnpt, of tho Guards, MwsMinnio Hor-  bury. Tho 11.vo oipiut to oluso thoir  ohurtor ThurHdsy of this week. LndifB  intending to joiu will do will to visit ]),  8,0, K������mp, nt the Cumberland Hotel,  liotoro that dny.  Valley Notes.  Mr. MHt. Hemingston II. Porter and W. Pioree ban- left Court,  eimy aud {rone to Finley Hirer.  TlieynpHrently have got the gold*  rover utvd hfive gone'up thoro lor  ti enro.  A wwlding took placo in tiie  Englinli Church at Coniox whun  Aim Dolly Smith, daughter, 0/  IJornco Smith of llinek Crook was  united in marriigo to Mr, Pit������ock  of Cainpholl Hivor.  Paperliangers  and Painters  '   ���������''���������    *mwit**<'.'   ���������     ���������        -  ���������>,������.v...  I  ���������Estimates Given.  B.   ���������.���������A.V,.'  irASKijAU' MATCH.  l.-i m/m  SATURDAY MORNING  AT 0 O'CLOCK A. M.  J. McPHEE & SONS  DniMiuuir Awmie Cnmhcrlniul, B, C.       toft  tocai m AiocBSBa^  'Oy.lasl Sunday, June 7th,two  basel.mll mulches were played at  ConwV'B..C.' between the foi-  lQwing-������r-*v'l*Jit4 <Gj:Mt.. game wa-i  rprytid bt/hv-tjei^Lii^leHivcT and  f ui(t*Mvci's,oi tuiubtrluiui, \x tuni) \  r *.*iiTlUvd in-13 to i in tavor 01  Little "Hiver, The next game  was bctwe-'n Union Bay und  Cu iihcr'aiul Mixtures and re  mil: das follows; rJtoti iu favor  bj^(lfl(li>n Biiy. Little River  t������t*u hus jiwitly strengthened on  dci'io'jriil of flic way in which the  \\w)a*Ssi)Mi Oumlicrliuul got bcati  c^j^ aim) tMe'Union Hay boys  luy*,,;.;.wj new pl^yc:^ which  ������^*ii;crb(Vif'lo' the wharf team.  IWrPJKflMy.UlK-* *,tii-*nwK������> 01 thc  ii'������ixtii''a*f������'flHd-<'*r;rs' 'ft ���������ft in  t-iiiViti mw in.iU*i:..i, if iiiey ex  peetanv r)viin-������ nt Cnnth-"hin'l  hiihl; i>; the honor of the ������c ���������,<,\\'*.  cluiitinuiis������i>|i. A iirgt* *i������.ni'lc  frt������m Cnniberland and otlnr  I I'l.tiA;;   turiu-i'.   i'.'.it   t 1   ;K *    l!-  OneoftU Attrnotions in t'wulwrlmid  tl'tn wook is Mr. Muiiwy'ii witomobih-.W*  uotiutd Hovorul ot uur promiuoat oIUkoiih  tkki Riiiideinlt.  The hot wither in wtli ut* mid It will  only ho n Mmrt thus till n ntimhor ot  peuplo will bu .going to tlio boicb to  unmp,  Air. Waltor McPhen hud a ..narrow oseape of being npiiut out of  hislKiat, he wait tUhiug ami had  Ills boat anchored in tho.'middle of  the river when a log came down  tlm river straight for hi* boar, ho  triud to steer it to one nldo and  failed to do so. It caino head  long into hit! boat but no fiorious  damage wan done.  match at- Coinox. Altogether  every body/ had good'time, nnd  the boys from Cumberland feel  highly pleaded at the treatment  thoy receivi'd ffoin tlie Coniox  people*  1    I'r^i *"���������  liditor ���������JuMitHHi.ANi)  Nuw.s.  Sir:���������I ennuot let the hie nt  the Company's b ru pa s without  thanking our l*ire Hrigade from  the Chief down for the -/civ efficient manner, iu which tliey  handled It,  Al������lnmgh tlffey. livlior uuder nil  the disadvantages pf being a volunteer force, their promptness to  respond to the call uf the alarm,  4ht*it cool  naive  and  ctua^uic  ncfjim,'hi ilenling witli the fire  w<������������. bfyouHnHpraiitmiwl. worthy  of any tiiiei well paid n-id tbor-  onyhlv e juiptied brigade.  There ate   two   tilings that  Cuiuberhri'i tan justly ictl pioiid  of, Iter f<������tctful supply of  <4<mxI wat������*r a iul the bovs who can  :i.ii|il.<* ii l<������ Iih    Ir. M   I..L ,1 ' ii'i.  Hy thin tlmt tlio pwplo ot OnmlMtr-  land mid distriot irill Iinvr* noticed tli������  mmnroiilli p������������ters" which lire out t*t J.  Mi'Phwi & Ho.w' Closing .Out. 811I0.  Tho|M������t������rwss prinUil hy tin ('umWr  1 iml News nud Ih tho Inrgoit ever turned  out in ihisolhua.  Mr. Nuthsrby, mnnsgor uf tho Roynl  UniiknrCa mln, of thin oity, lefl l>y hti  Thurwht,)'* ti. nt ((tf NhIhoh.   Kuinour  I..������ It tl\',,t i'ii ������*Ht liw'Miliru! *n ''iiriihuf-  limit ulnnn.  M.J. H. JolniBton,of the Courtenay House, received h\* new Au-  to a fow days ago. It is not up to-  Mh expectation!*, as tlie first timo  he went for a.spin,he had the mis  fortune to break one of the nr rings,  necessitating either having it fixed1  by an ox|*-rt,or gettiuga new Ma  eliiuu In exulmnge.  Air. William Htrkh-y lias gono  to Campbull liiver to work uu ,  survey.  On Friday evening a meeting  uf Conservatives was held at Capt.  IMIImi's Oflice- -Knbt". (irsnt  M  P. P,  in  tho cliair.   Jno,  Mat  thews J.   P   fteted  ns Secretary.  After discussion of the political  a*|M������et and In view nf aneirlyDoui  Kh.-ctiou it wns decided to form 1  irx'ftl Conservative Association, me  the fulluwing Wert* ap|>oinlcd unit  lixi-cutive ( oniniitUH- a it It  jmwci  tuiidito their infiiibers    Va\d,  Uillnn, elnirmnn; H   CwHi, lf  U. MflMi������M, J. CiiulitTe. Hrh*l  Dal.o.%    Die t oinniiriee lire n-  H'ii������'ted t������i uievt ivt ('apt.   niUuu'  really ! ������ !lc������������ itt H p. m. on  Tin**diiy  l������tb.  I'.MW.   gemvid    ntietiiig   ou   lh<  . >'��������� ii.  Owing to the laek  of domsnd  for lumber Mr. A.  Prqiihart has  closeil his saw mill down for soiuh.,  time to como.  TheC. Taml M   I. 8. init or*  Friday night with a largo   mm.  ���������mt.  In Sum  mer  ���������less food is needed than  in -winter. But it is essential  that summer food be palatable  uid nutritious. Tlwt is why  the best of all summer foods is  BOVRIL THK FEWS,  CUMBERLAND, flaiTISH  COLUMBIA.  ���������Th Cumtoland New i  ssued Every   Tuesday by the  Como*  *%   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  TUESDAY, JUNE   9, 1908.  Onion  tSJmmt^Vm^L.        C  3DA.VTS,  Hotel  ^ROIPRXET.  New York May 31-Tom Longboat, the great Indian long-distance runner ha lost all chance of  competing iu  tho  Marathon race  at the Olympic games in ^London  this summer.   Word was received  the other day from the Lomkn  committee ih charge of the i'great  meeting that the Indian's'.eutiy  would de rejected,   no   matter  ���������what association vouched for his  amateur standing. The committee  was moved to take this action  l.y  the fact that Longboat   recently  rah a ten-mile rrce against a horse  in Canada..  Now that the English committee has taken action with regard  to Longboat, the American athletic authorities are wondering what  will happen iu the case of J. P.  Sullivan of the Irish-American  athletic club, who also ran against  ���������a horpe a few days ago. It is the  general opinion, however, that  Sullivan will be allowed to complete, if he makes the American  twain, for his case isdffferent from  u.at of Longboat.   O    '���������  ... Wa have just receive! amongtt  ~^7-exchange8-a-souvenir-copy_-juf.  the Vermilion Signal pnblished at  Vermilion, Alberta. It is a credit to the printers, being profusely  illustrated throughout and givb g  a description of the Vurrounding  district. The cover page is prim  ed in two colors.  Eugluh 4 x BURTON alwaya on top tlio, tbu famous MILWAUKEE  BEEIU-Aohansw, Bob.miao, ZtAdtt, ko. "OLD ORBY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY.        Boat Wiaw and Liquors of all kind*.  Tht Boarding snd Lodging Department, made* *b* irawsdiala suptnuUadsaos of Ut*  Davis, will b* ton. d tint titan ia orwy respest.  B4T1I,  $1 00 per day upwards.  WALLPAPER   |  M^**rGOoDS*     Mmi7COLORINGS& IDE- |  IN 6 WsTY LES.        IN C WAS in DECORATION |  ..'  I  Thr only thing not high olaas atxm* our m������i*nifioeat    collection It ?  tho pries.   To aee coata nothing; to have il co������t������ little.   Borders ������  ���������awe price psr roll a* banging.   A COMPLETE LINE ������f FURM- #  TURK and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, BEDS Md   BEDDING, Z  LINOLEUMS audCARREI SQUARES. j*  J. H. COLLINS, I  NOTICE is hereby givon that, 80  days after date we intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  the water and upon the lands known  as White WulT Reserve. Comox District described as follows : Com-  mencinc nt a post planted about 20  chains oast from the west end of  Goose 8pit. in Comox Harbour ;  thence north 80 chains; tbenco east  80 chains; thence south 80 chains ;  thenee west 80 chains to place of  con-imencemont; containing about  640 acres, hnown as Claim No. 1.  Dated thii 2Ut day ot April, 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL.   PROSPECTING COMPANY UMiTrcn.  G.F.Edwards, Agent.  osities of the shore line to tho place  of commencement, containing    about  90 acres, known as Claim No. 8.  Dmed this 2lBt day of April, 1908.  VANCOUVER      COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY,. LIMITED.  G. F. Edwards, Agent.  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  BEER BEER  NOTICE is hereby givon that, 80  days after date we intend to apply to  tho   Honorable   the   Chief   Commis-  sioner of Lands and Works for a li-  cenco to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore  and    undor  thc water and on the lands known as  White llluff Reserve, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing at  a   post   planted at   the   south-west  eornor of Claim No. 1; thenco   west  80 chains;   thence   north about    66  chains to shoro lino; thence easterly  following tho sinuosities ot the shore  line to the north-west boundary   of  Claim No. 1; thence south about 55  chains to   plaee   of   commencement;  containing    about    500    acres,   and  known as Claim No. 2.  Du-ed thii" Slstdey ot April 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING  COMPANY,  LIMITED.  G. F. Edwards, Agent.  NOTICE is hereb.- given tha* 80  the Honorable tho iJhief Commis-  the Honorable the -Chiof Commis-  cenco to prospect for coal and petroleum under Uie foreshore and under  the water and on tho lands  in    Comox District,      described  us follows ; Commencing   at   a  post planted at the south-west corner of Claim No. 6; thenco eagt 90  chains; thonce south about 65 ohains  to shoro lino in Nelson District;  thonce westerly following the sinuosities ot the shore to place of commencement, coutaiuing about 260  acres, known as Claim No, 9, Comox Harbour.  Dated tbU 21st day of April, 1908*  VANCOUVER     COAL" Pr.n^IECT-  INQ COMPANY, LIMITED.  G  F. Edwards, Agent.  ftpimalt ft Nanaimo Ej  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  vxctohxa���������co*m:o3e  ���������ROtsTT-JB  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionBreweryBeer  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co..  Nanaimo B.C.  J. licPhi-e & Suns arc holding  a special bargain side this wael*,  large posters are out for.,same.  W hWlrr tout tenay-Stay���������-���������~  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience lor guests.  The Centi&l Hofc-1 for Sportsmen  None but the liesi ol Wines and Liquor*  at the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  in luminal imm  John Johnston,    Pro.  COAL MINES KKtlULATION AOT.  Nones or Examinations.  NOTIOB is hereby given thnt examine  turns, will beheld lur lit, ttud mud 3rd Ulan  <VrilVat������8 uf flompetnoey nr.rtvr lne  pro-  viuoni ������f ths ���������'Coal MinM Regulation Ac."  at Nanahao, K������rute   anil Cumbsrland, cm  the Iflth, llt'i aod 18th dny* of Jous, 1(108,  aad  (or Suit and Srd OImi Certfttoa; >���������������  ���������of Oosipsttaoy, at Cooties, on ths )6th ae*i  17*b day. ef June, 1908, oonuasuelng at *  e'clogk is tht (srsnoon.  Tht ia)i)Mts will be as follows*���������   .  First Clan Oaadidatu���������  Mltilurf Aot and fyeeitl Ralss,  Mint Oases,  Vmtilstioa,  U.sarel Work,;  Mine Machinery,  Surveying.  Beeon* Class Oaa-JMsts������~  Mlalng Aot ud Sysolal Rules,  Mint (Isms,  Vfotttatloe,  O.nsral Work,  Third UIms Oftudl-letei--  Mmtog a*)', and Speoial Uulst,  Miss Utitesod lUwd Work.  Appllottiju mult Its mads to ths nadir*  ^���������rai.au. botlttvr than Friday, Jans 5th,  1MB, <wimmp*nisd Hy thf statutory 1st, ss  tollows:~-  K   iu 4Pi>liutni for ftr������tCla������ Kiaoniiia  t'nu %ViM  H) mi tpt-lluant for tMooi.it Class  Risn  ii.������ii������n^  .. .: flO.Oe  Uy an a|i|iu;*u*. tor Tliird l'Wa������ Kxaini  *.,.������    $a.oo  the ������n?li������atieD������ ������o������t bt soeoiapeslsd by  '��������� iiii*iii.������ln .i.i' i-'iimoi* <������������ti^|| i.iiai.���������  (at I'* tmLtliu..'.. lm T:,.\ l'Ws,thtt Vs  is a Bruinh snb|eot ani b������i at Uut S )tars'  ���������apsrtee in or auovt Ihs praetieal worh*  imi nf a ooal mlns, and it at ttatt twsnty  a t y-tt* d agt;  (W it ������t4i������tia������v������ ioi .S-KW.U Cut, that  ht La* wad at toast Hvt ytars' aspsritnot in  ���������r alwnl. tbt prso.ioai wurikingi el a tuni  tnlntt  (e) It s taudtdatt for Third Clts-j. tbat  ht>hs������t*il nt 1-tMt tbrM years' siperlsoM  jn *( ������b-j tl iht 'iruetieal  working of a anal  mtlUtl  \JL\ A nuaiitti* tot t *Jertll*ioatt o( Com-  Ytwttwey at Maoagtr, Or������iro������Ti, (ihifiboss,  JTinImw, *t Shetltghttr, shall ptodntt *  MrtDtsatt (rw������ a duly qtsliiitit mtdieal  pr.Min������**H������������ slivsrinj* tbat Ut ha������ taken ���������  ,...tr*< i������. ������i.*w**m* "^ *������������������'���������*���������'������ hm, Um  ���������fci,,������*Mii.iii������,''*������������������,w������M������ ***������ *******  ���������Mtapm la tir* ������'nl|g <ptrtvtoM.,  Tiy m-ttjt el tti'; Poird  mANom n. h������ikph^:i������,  Pmcr-toty,  r������tit>f������ii*'i, n. c.| Ms> iw> iw.  T). Hunden  niiiiiiHiiniiH  c  H  O  1  C  E  S  T  Candy  -and   Fruits  in season at  D.HUN DEN'S  Marocclii Bros,  **7tpe9t*^k^  URbiAD, Oaken and Pies deli v.*  ed daily to any part ol City.  tt*frtw*rmr*~^^  ���������"< HT0'K . (irowien  Goto I  JOHN McLEODS  FOR PIHHT.(������.A8������  CANDY, FRUITH,  UltiAltn'* TOIUCCO^  POLLECIATE   SCHOOi  V        POR BOYS        L  i n������ Laurels,       Belcher  Victoria B. C  tree)  TH  Patron and Visitor,  LORD B18IIOP OF COLUMBIA.  STAR  Stable I  -' Hayman & Maxwell.' 1  *t* 4*  Proprietors.  M.TEAMSI'BKS, and  DKAYMKNl '  ������ Hl'NOLE   nn.\   l>OU ULE   UU.S' '  ���������!Fnr   HIRE.       ALL   ORDERS  il'ROMt'TLY   ATTKNUEU TO,,  |.  "  :: 3rd St. Cumberlatd=:  .I - ������*  ���������l>l"l"l"l,'l"M'l"l'l,i'i'Hil"l"l"li'  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  ilays nfter (lute wo intend to ai>ply to  tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a li-  conco to prospect for coal nnd petroleum under tho foreshore and under  the waster and on the lands in  Comox Harbour, doscribod as follows  Commencing ut n post plantod at thc  south-east corner of Claim No. 2. on  Goose Spit; thence aouth 80 chains;  thenco west 05 chains to tho shore  line; thence about 25 chains northwesterly, following the sinuosities of  the shore iinc; thence north 65 chainr  thenoo east 80 chains to place of  commencement, containing about 630  acres, known ns Claim No. .3.  TniFdTirir71?-afly-<if-Aprilrl908. _  VANCOUVER' COAL PROSPECTING COMPANY T.IMITRP.  G. F. Bdwarda, Agent.  NOTICE is h--' I'ivon thnt HO  dnys. after date we intend to apply to  tho Honorable tho -Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for caal and petroleum under tho foroshore and undor  the water and on the lands  in    Comox District,      described  as follows : Commencing   nt   a  post planted at the south-west eornor of Claim No. 8. Coniox Harbour, Nelson District; thenco onBt 80  chains; theuce south 80 chains ;  thunco west 80 chains; thence northerly following the sinuosities of the  shore lino to place of aoiumcucement  containing about 600 acres, known  as Claim No   10.  Dated thi* 21st day of April, 1908  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY  ���������' 'M'*'*K,D.  G.F. Edwards, Ape   .  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. w for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton Kuper  and Thetis Islunds when;, fre.glit or  passengers offer.  Leaves N.ma.mo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Uay Comox arni wny |.<its  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., lor  Union Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Leaves Nannimo   Friday,   7 a.  ni.. lor  Union Uuy Cemox and way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   lor  Nanaimo and way pons.  SYils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m.  MViclona.  tor  VANCOUVER ������ NANAIMO - LADY  SKtl'XB   KOTJTli.  8.8.     "JOAN."  Sails trom   Vancouver  for   N.maiiiio  ui.y, exiopt SuiiU������)s, al   311 pan-  Sails from   Nai.aimu for   Van ouver  u.nly, extrp: bt.iuikys, ai 7 a.m.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after dnte we intend to npply to  the Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of I-Aiids nnd Works for a licence to prospect lor coal nnd petroleum under the foreshore and under  tho wator and upon tho lands  in Coinox Harbour, and described as follows:      Commencing at    n  ��������� post plantod at tho south-wost eornor nf Claim No. 1; thence oast    80  .chains; thenco south 80 chains;  thunce west 80 chains; thonce north  80 chains to plnco of commencement;  containing, 040 ncron, known im  Claim  No. 4,  1 'Uted thi*. 21.. day of April, 11)08.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY LIMITED.  0. F. Edwards, Agent,  NOTIOE   is   herebv given that.   80  days after date, I intend to'apply to  the   Honorable   the   Chief   Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for conl and petroleum under the foroshoro and under  thc\ water and un the lands in Comox Harbour, Comox District, 'described us fwllows:    Commencing at a  post planted nt tho north-west   cor-  _ner of Claim No.  7;  thonce    south  abouO������0~cKa1nH;~thoiice-������rest���������about-  25  chains:  thence  westerly following  tho sinuosities of the shore line    to  the mouth of the Courtenay Uivf-r  thence eastorly   following   the sinuosities of thc shore lino to   plnco   of  commencement, containing about 275  acres.  Dnted tbiB 21. t dny ot April, 1908  O.K. Kdwar.lt>  Ar  0, H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And Oil KITCHEN IUTEN81L8  Sportsmens Goods  General Hardware  ettder* That Hunt Ftsk  NOTICE iu horoby givon that, 80  dnys nfter dnte wo intend to npply to  tho Honorablo tho Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Worka for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foroshore and under  tho wator nnd bn tho land known as  White lllutT Roservo, Comox District,  described as follows*. Commencing  at a Post planted ut tha north-oast  eornor of Claim No. 1; thonco oust  80 chains; thonce south 80 chnins;  tboncv west 80 chains; thonco north  80 chains to tho plnco ul couuiuiiicu-  meat; containing 010 acres, and  known as Claim No, IS.  ������at*d litis 2Utdav ot April, 1008.  VANCOUVER . COAL   PROSPECT-  '  INO COMPANY, UMITBD  0. F. Edwards, Agsnt.  NOTICE la hereby givon thnt, 80  dnys after dato wo intend to apply to  ���������loner ut Lands and Workx for a licence to prospect tor coal ond potro-  feum undsr tho foroshoro and   undor  Veerm ete evrtaln law sea spider* tho w���������Ur ^nA on tbo lftn,,��������� ln Vmn  \ma tati trom tor tu tu������. catUMl Coll* ot Dmtrlct. doNertbod w followa ���������.  ���������sndrts Kigti, tbat llvt In the water Commend tw at u post plnntod nt the  sad ftod tutlicly Upon tuollualu aaa nortli-wost eornor of Claim No. 3;  worm*. thonco south Oil elm Ins; thonco wost  Tb* carnivorous melt avklar, aa sio������ AO chains to the shoro lino; thonco  pblbkaia Inhabitant ot tho tropical r������������ north 80 cltuliisithonco oust 5ft chains  lion* af Houth AmtHra, Is suld to pr* t? the tdwre lino; thonco lollowing  tar a flsh dt������t, though, tt la not ������v������n* ������������������}������ Hlnaosltlos ol tho shorn to place  to tatlug nitct. youug blrOs aud twa ������l ewnmwcMiiont. wmUlnlng about  suakes, r*#emblUM lu tbla rwpwi tha 60,������ *****> u������������*|������ "������ ultt,'u ��������������������� 8'  thtraphoaldat, or hlrt eatrblug splcUn, "������������������������������ *���������<���������* *>��������������� ^ ������* *P"'i M"1*  Ot lttdla aud (JUWilslaud, SOW* Ot VANCOUVER COAL PROHPECT-  which aqnal a rat la tltr |   l*-*������ COMPANY, htMITKU.  Tha eolloatndfto U tbe most foruildo* 0. K.. dward., AHsnt  NOTICE is hereny given .that, 80  days after date, I intern! to npply to  tho Hon. . Chiof Commissivnor of  Lands and Works for a licence to  prospect for coul nml petroleum on  ihe following doscribod lands; Commencing at a post planted on the  beach ������t tbo n<������rth-east eornor ol the  Indian -Roservo in tfvmox llwrbour,  known as Section i, Comox District,  boing nn Indian Roxorvc, containing  155 acros,  Muted tin.' '.1st y of April, 1908.  C, Q. DERNARD.  VAKC07VER-NANAIM0-CO   ���������  UNIOW.  4,S. 3. ClucenCi.y'' (C.t.tt.j  Lea     \ittii...    r, Suud&y, 7 i������ui.  riven at Nanaimo, Sunday, 11 p. ,<-..  In. Vol N&n.auiu Atuudfty,  3 m. m.   Arrives *% Union, Alouua), ii ������. tu.    Ar/iv<^.  l O-in x, Mc. ilai, I (,. ui.  Loa\������ Cuu.i.x, M .. os-t, ~t t- oi.   Amve  ���������&���������UiiimtM" .<n������i. a \>. m.  Lave XJulou, 'Turrdaj.  O^TTiT    XTriVB"  .. N ualuiu, 'i'uc via), al ll.SU u. ,11.  L' av.<������ N^uuiiuo, Tni������ua>,   a-.  1  p.m.  Asivt a\ Vaiiunuvir, Tu.b(U\, at 5 ^.u..  Calling ai WikV tml������ Alitu   fiti^lu  ������iid  . a������������Ufctr. ouor.  TI MR TABLE  BFKKCT1V R  Ot;iobi-r    Im. IW7.  s  ;: Cumberland Livery |  :: and Feed Stable...  ::  t   JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  1  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS 1 OF sALL,  KINDS   I wooa  ii and Coal  !! Hauled  - ��������� Dunsmuir Avenue  I|cUMnRRUND,  U. 0.  NtiHTII iOUn'  d    1 iwn  1'ftsauugei  'Arnine  .,.-���������'                                l������uuy Sumuy  Statiooe.                        N... 1 Wul.  Nn. i  D������. ".no Uh. 15W)  ������ *4 ,b 14  lo  7 lb li  Ib.'i'i 16. lli  10 -to 10 ao  IU 48 10 41  IU 63 llU-  11.00 \*M  u.u7 n 10  11.18 17.'^i  11 32 17 S&  11.67 17.U  Iti.IB I0.IU  I'lSI) 18 30  Ar 1U.&3 At lb 46  Vieiorin, ���������  I'.uikfcU,  Shawnigan,  11  Ci.bbl, Hilt,  Cwinlmo,  Kekiilati,  Daocan'r,  Sotonnoii,  WmMiuIbis,  Olismsiavs,  Lur.yuuitb,  South VY.liisgtou,  Nanaimo,  WelliuKtoa,  SOUTH liOUNl)-R������ad Up.  Victoria,  UuiwU,  Hhawnigan,  11  Cobble Hill,  Cowluhaa,  Kokiilah,  Duncan's,  Nuromor',  VN'Mlholms,  Chiinaiusi,  Ladytmith,  Bottb WtlJiogtOB,  Kaaaims,  W.lllugWa,  K������.8  Ai, IU.C0  1-2 02  10 -81  10.48  10.40  10 15  10 OB  10 03  9 47  y :i7  V.VB  Ds. 9.00  Ar. 8 BO  8.V8  8.IS  Ds.8.00  K<>. 4  18 65  lb 61  17 W  17. SO  17.SH  17.08  17.03  IS.S8  111 41  lli 32  16,82  P., 15&8  Ar. 10.4*  I6.V7  16 16  Ds. IB 00  bin ipettlman of tht spldor fmitllf,  inaaiurlag sl������ Inchsa around tho body  awl poMMMlag twelve long, liulry logs,  with which It grips Its lluny prey. It  attacks flsh wvcral times larger than  ItMlf aud. after biting tiniu ibiouai  tht back a tut *lhinl������U them lo Acerb  gluts lUslf by sucking tho Jules* from  lb* bodlc* of Its TtcUuia.  Parpatunl gllsass.  A enrions mourolaR custom obtnlas  ���������iuodr central Australians,  whu, a,.  though wpwwutlng iwrhnpn Ihr low. I> ������������������ of^fwnnwn^nwjnl;  est and miwt d������������grad������M ty|if of hitreso J*'0"*  beings, hart uiansgtd to evolve a moat N ' :'  Ntyi'lCti Is horobv Riven thai ilU  dnys aftor (Into we Intend to apply to  sioner of learnt* and Worka lor a 11-  conco to proepeet lor coal and potro*  loum under the foroshoro nnd undor  the water and u������ U.t Ismdo to  biiiio* l>'9lrlc*������, deaerltim] aa follow*  Cnmmonclng at a post planted near  tho south-east corner of the Indian  Reserve, Comox Harbour* thonco  west 5.1 chains; thonco nortk about  20 chains; thenco onsterty following  tl;u #!i"i'"jM'e'i nf t*hr������ shore lino     to  rnntiitninx  about    100    nerve, known aa Claim  Head Mutsr  J W.LAINu, liHtd., U,A.  OXFORD,  Asstited hy three OrsitestM el the Reeng*  ���������isrd Ueivsntttes ef flmt Brltela m4 Cm.  Umimt ate tor ������s tar ******** a  r-oflj' eennlrmt nt Hte sens with epael.  ���������ew eeheel hei dines, eitaaslvi reetsatta.  grn������������ls ������ym tslem. r,*A*, amtm *rtr*n-  u*.  ArPiyTOHIiDMUTOW  couples system of rtiee end ceremonlte  which governs almeat every action of  their Uvea. When a husband Alee the  widow palate hrnmlf nil over vlt'i  whlto pigment and for the apace of a  year uiual no', exhibit herself to a main  member nf tin* tribe un pain of death.  Ver tbe reel of ber life, uuleae abtiaar*  Haa egeln, wbkh li stnu-Mlnioe allowed,  am meat not spenk, mu iirnimunksb'  with the other women by means of a  tfgo UnfMfo, ronMlsiingof mortmeon  ���������X the Uaada aud Uugen. which ha*������  mmm *ile������etafed hy these esvegee to n  mamtowi ettent end by which thtlr  lUnHed ftock of Uew can be fully at*  tut MsSUMayofAprlMW.  VANCOtJVRR     COAT.   !������W>Hl'RCT  I.VO COMI'ANV, T.11I1TKI1.  0. F.Rdwards. Agent.  APPLICATION POR HOTKLr  UCKNCK.  NOTICK ii \mt*hy  .,,������, *i,i/!iUi fern*. 'Into  ijijily tn \\\t* NMjwtutptuU'nt  givon that  I Int. nd to  ijijuy tii *w* r-.M-jM������riiitptul<>nt of  Provincial Pjilicc Viatoria, for a ri'*  iM������vval of tli������" lloti'l I.li*< !���������(��������������� Iifli) b\  uio for tlie Union Hotel, iltnatcd  at Union Jt. U,  SglO(l) bAMVXlA',  DAVlr.  D������tc(l2Hi!,, dnyof April.  1U08.  Nirt'lCB Is hero!*.-. Riven that BO  days alter date wo intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chi*/ Commissioner of !<anda and Works (or a licence to prospect for cual and |i������<tru-  loum under the foreshnr* nnd unil*������r  th������ waler and ������>n tho lends in Com-  ns llletrict d*������crll*<I ns folio***:  ComnieiiriiiK at a l">������������ ft������nfwl al th������ f  soith w������������et c< mt*r of Cl������lin X<*. 0;  Urtonro north a������>o>ii 40 rh������'"S' ihence  west about 'IA ehaini to the shoni;  Ibenw airtitherly. follow ag tho elnu-  APPUOATMNFUK HOTliU  UCKN'CE,  NOTI*'Ki������lu*n.hy Riven ������ba������  one month from date t intend to  apply to tiie Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  Kenwwal of tlie Hotel Licence  lieU liy me for the Spring Inn  Uotct, Mtua'cd on Coniox Koad  iSinmd) JollH H, PlR>.T  Dated a8th du) of Apiil 1908  Thcuiund Mile ������nd Commuuiion Tn->  keti on tale, good ovei tail and ������te4ii.ei  'inei, n\ two and onchall cents per mile,  Speclitt trains end neiimert (or Kxcur.  dons, and teduced r net foi p������rtk������ may  lie arranged (01 nn application lo iho  Dint. 1'sm. Agent .it Victoria.  'Ihe Cnmpanv reserves the right to  limine without nrcvioui noncc.siciiniers  filing daiei aaa hours nt tailing,  Kxiunmn Tkkeu on Sale Irum and to  til Sisiidns, (jnnd lor going journey S.il-  uiou) 4i������i Jui.J..), jviwi.iii; r.v\ !*">������  bun Mr-tidnv,  i, W, TUOUl', dan. 8ap, B C 0������sst ftsr.  0. L. COUBTNKY, Dbt. Pn * km, Ag,  ���������0  VIAUr  IXriRltNOI THE   NEWS,   CUMBEKLAJJD, BRITISH "GOLUMBt*.  P. PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrister and Solicitor  and  ���������V-  Notary Public  Convey and ns  Odcberland    B. 0.  Ihen in Cumta-M  STAY AT THE...   VE IS DOME*  VB   All Oonvemkncm fob Guests.  fmc Bar is SurruKn with  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. R.BANNER MAN.  *Sm  i  mmmppgA-  &  J3  Pi  13  \m  u  : a  w  [Continued]  consequence or that was that we went  ibrnke within fifteen minutes of each  other.  "Well.-* sir, we were a "mournfuLpntr  to draw to that day. We sat there  'nod cussed and said, 'Now. why didn't  we do this, that nnd t'other thlnsr In-  TfeW^f~bIowing~our���������hard-~eanKHl-  doitRh? till blmehy we Jnst dripped  nmliiufholy, yon might sny. How-  pomever, we weren't booked for a dull  tltno Just yet. That afternoon there  wns n prent popping of whips like nn  .1 titan skirmish nnd Into town comes  fl'bull tr.Un h:ilf n mile long Tweho  yoke of bulls to Cm team; lend, twins  nnd. trail wn sons for ench, ns Ms ns  hmses'on wheels,,   You don't see the  ������������������ of Unit tn this country.    POwn  .. street thoy ��������� come.* the dust living.  hips erheklu;,' nnd the lads.hollering*,  'lif.fi hiiw. Mnry-up theret   Wlierp!  v him huw!"  "Ami those fellers had picked up  dry thront* wnlUlnjr In tbo dust: nlso  they bnd n month's wjitos m-hliiR In  their pockets Wo ha-ln't tnncb more'n  got the thump of their arrival out of  our can whim who comes roaring tnto  town but tbo Botifjal TlRi.*r gang, and  they hnd four months' wages. Thc owner of tin* mine got on a twtidor ond paid  evor>'lx>d,v off by mistake. You can  bnrdty Imagine how this livened np  things. There nln't nobody loss ltkoly  to play lamo duck than me, but there  was eo dodging the hospitality. Tbe  iouly Idoa prevailing was to tw rid of,  tho money na aoon aa noaslhlo Tho.  -effevta showed right ott, You coutd  hear one man telling tbo fotke for  thoir own good that he waa the Old  Missouri River, and when he felt like  awolllng hie bonks tt waa timo for  pnrtli'H who couldn't awtm to bunt  the high ground, while tbe gentleman  on the ue Jt corner let us know that ho  wns n locomotive carrying SOO pounda  af Ac -nt vi'h rne gangs still climbing  Bad the blower on. When he whistled  three tlmoa, be aald, any intelligent  man would know that there waa dan*  ger around,  "Well, e|r, I put tbe Old Missouri  Hirer to bed thnt night, and he'd flat*  toned oot to a very email streamlet la-  deed, whllo tho locomotive wont lamo  before supper and had to be put ta  tho roundhouso by e/x>uplo of puebere  That's the wey with fine Ideas, Cold  facta cornea ond puta a crimp In them.  Once 1 knew a email fellor I could  here stuck in my pocket and forgot  nhout, but when we wont oat and took  several preeelptlons together on a dny  ���������he spoko to mo llko this, -Ttml,' aaya  he, *put your little hand In mine, and  we'll go and take a blrdseye view of  the unlvem*.' Aetonlshtn' Idnt, wasn't  'It? And him not weighing over a hno-  idred pound, llowaoiuover, bo didn't  'take any blrdseye view of tho ant-  verso.   He only become strikingly In-  dlMIKMOd.  "Welt, to got beck to noise, yon  never In all yonr life aaw ao many  Bleu UMI kiivuii-.a mm HW ^"���������V.rrri'!  flicrc thnt dny. nnd old Airey, be wee  one of the eenters of attraetlon. That  'big voice nnd black beard wa* alwaya  whore the crowd was thickest ami tho  iwet goods flowing the freest 'Gentlemen.' says he. 'let's lift up onr voice*  iln tnetoayV iu*x Hi** ������**��������� ������,' A*'* -l.  Inslone-he thought he could slag. So  ."*������������������* of 'em got on top of a bnilaed  tnble and preeented 'Rocked In tbe  Cradle of Ihe Deep' to the eompeny.  whieh made me feet glad Umt t hadn't  been brought tip that way. After Ag  liftd hip locked the tout tew note another eoog Mid volunteered.     .  "Tbt* waa a little fat nnlMjmsn.  with pule bine eyea aod a mneteebe  like two etteake ef darotog cotton.  lie had rente to town to eetl a pair of  beef eteera, bat got dnwa tnto tke  general hllsrtty. and now he ���������jMo't  care ��������� ran wwrriiiw ttm. mm m t% ^vs���������  sold nnotber ateer. Tlm ay* WnrntAt em  ami aad qqg *I#eh Fadrfeftatt mat-  troe oettftettf tn a ftyfa that '9mtm "ram  wondcy that ihe human ttote eoold  etaad tho strata.  *"Aw, cheese thatr says a feller  near tho door. "Come, get your steers;  one of 'em's just chased the barber up  a telegraph pole!'  ���������"So then we" nil piled out Into the  street to see the steers. Sure enough,  there was the barber sitting on the  crossplece and the steer pawing dirt  underneath.  ���������"He done made me come a fast  heat from de cohner.' saya the barber,  'I kep* hollerln' "NexfT but he alat  pay no 'teotlon���������he make It "next" fnr  me, ehnaht Yah, yah. yah! Yon gents  orter seen me start at de bottom an'  slide all de way up dis yer telegraft  polef  "One of the bull whackers went out  to rope the steers, and Ag gave directions from the sidewalk. He wasn't  very handy with a riata, and that's a  fact, but tiie way Ag Ut Into him waa  scandalous. Wben he'd missed about  six casts of his rope, Ag opened up on  him:  "'Pot a stamp on It and send lt to  him by mail,' said Agg) in his sour-  castle way. 'Address It, "Bay Steer,  middle of Main street, Boise, Ida. If  not delivered within ten days, return  to owner, who can use It to bang himself." Blast tny hkle if 1 couldn't  stand here and throw a box car nearer  to the critter! Well, well, well! How  many loft hands have you got, anyhow? Do it up in a wad and heave It  nt htm for general results. He might  get tangled lu it'  "It rattled the bull whacker, having  so much attention drawn to him, and  he stepped on the rope and twisted  himself up In lt aud was flying light  generally.  '"Say." says Ag, appealing to tho  crowd, 'won't some kind friend who's  fond of puzzles go down and help tbat  gentleman do himself?*  "That made the whacker mad. He  wae as red in the face as a lobster.  " 'You come down and show whnt  you can do,' says he. 'You've got gas  enough for a balloon ascension, bnt  that mfty be all there ls to you.*  "*Oh, 1 nln't so much,* says Aggy,  'although I'm as good a man today as  ever I was ln my life, but I have a little friend here who can rope, down  and ride tbat critter from here to the  brick front In Ave minutes liy the  watch, nud if you've j^ot a. twenty-five  dollar bill in your picket or Its equlv-  -aieB-tJLa dust you caa observe the experiment."  "So the morrow morning away we  went All we bad for kit was the  picks, shovels and pans.. Tbe rest of  our belongings was staying wltb the  hotel man until we made a rise,  "Ag said he'd be cussed if he'd walk.  A hundred and fifty miles of stroll  was too many.  " 'But we ain't got a cent to pay the  stage fate,' says 1.  "'Borrow it of Oncto -Hotel-toep,'  says he. .  "'Not by a town cite,' aaya 1. 'We  owe him aU we're going to at tbla  very minute. You'll have to hoof It  that's all'  "'I tell you I wont I don't like to  bave anybody walk on my feet, not  even myself. 1 can stand off that  stage driver so easy that you'll wonder I don't take it up as a profession.  Now, don't raise auy more objections  ���������please don't,' says he. 'I can't tell  yoo how nervous you make me, always finding some fault ���������with everything I try to do. That's no way for a  hired man to act, let alone a pardner.'  "So of course be got the best of me,  as usual, and we climbed into the  stage when she come along. Now,  our bad luck seemed to bold, because  you wouldn't find many men ln that  country who wouldn't stake two fellers to a wagon ride wherever they  wanted to go and be pleasant about  lt. I'd hnve sure Eeen that the man  got paid, even If Aggy forgot It, but  the man (that drove us was the surliest brute that ever growled. When  you'd speak to htm he'd Bay, 'Una'���������a  style of thing thut didn't go well tn  that part" of the country. I kept my  mouth shut, as knowing that I didn't  have the come-up-with weighed on my  WATSONS  = i?  '"I'll go you, by gosh!' says the bull  whacker, slapping b|s bat on the  ground nnd digging for his pile.  ���������"Say. lf you're referring to me.  Ag,' I says, 'It's kind of a sudden  spring. I nln't what you might call ln  training, and thnt steer Is full of triple  extract "of giant powder.'  "fl'wanl' says A-?. 'You can do It���������  and then we're twenty-five nhend.'  " 'But suppose we low?'  " 'Well- It won't be such an awful  loss.'  '"Now, you look here, Agamemnon  0. Jones,' says I, 'I ain't going to  stnnd for putting up it Huniuior breeze  agin that feller's good dough. That's  a akin game, to rpe'iik tt pleasantly.'  "Then Aggy argiieB the case with  me. and when Aggy started to argue  you might just as well 'moo' and chiiso  yourself Into tho corral, because he'd  get you sure. Why, thnt man could  sit In the cabin and make rosea bloom  right in tho middle of Uio floor. While  he was singing his little soug you  coald see 'em nnd smell 'em, lie could  talk ,a snowbank off a high divide In  the middle of February. Never aoe  anybody with such o medicine tongue,  and In o big man it waa all the stronger. 'Now,' he winds up, 'as for cheating tbnt feller, you ought to know mo  better, Red. Why, I'll give blm my  note.'  "So, anyhow, I done It Dp the  street we wont, steer bRWlIng nnd  buck jumping, my hair a-flylng and mo  na busy as the little bee you read about  keeping that steer nnderneatb mo  'stead of on top of me, where he'd  rather lie, and after ua the whole  town, wboopln', yellin', crackle' off  six shooters and carryln' oo wild.  "Then we bail >2A and was aa good  na anybody. But tt didn't laat long.  Tho tin horns come out after pay day  like hoptoads after a rain. Twonld  imir.lt tho government at Washington  to know where tbey hang out lu the  mounttme. There was oue lad had a  faco on hlm with about aa much expression ns a hotel pnnkln pie. lie  run no arrow game, and ho talkod  right straight along In a voice that had  no more hands In It thnn a billiard cue.  "'Hero's where you got your threo  for one nny child may do It no chance  to lone mnko your lieu while tbe arrow of fortuno swings oil gents ae-  commodnted In amounts from two hits  to double eagles and beta paid on tbo  nail.' aaya he.  ������'Rod,' aaya Aggy, 'I can donble our  pile right here Let me have tho  monoy. 1 know this game.' You'd  hardly believe It, but 1 dug up.  'boo-  Mr t ^Mnf ���������������"*��������� he tn th*> dwiler.  |   " 'tM her go,' aaya tbe dealer.  Tbe  1 nrrow swung around. *wulta, aaya ttm  dealer and raked lu my dough. It waa  all over lo ooe nmmd.  I "I grabbed Agg)' by tbe shoulder  and took him tn the comer for a prV  . .*.** Ii-'.' '! ^"S*1' yon ���������enmtt thla  gamer aaya L  | "*l do,* aaya ho. That* the way It  alwaya happens.' And once more ta  my life 1 experienced tbe peculiar feeling of being altogether at a loaa for  words.  * 'Aggy,' oayt l at last, fee got ���������  good uottoo to lay two violent bands  on yen and wind yea ap like aa eight  ���������day ctot-k, but rather than mak* bard  foettaga between frloedo 111 refrain.  BMidfla, rots are ��������� fanny eaan, that's  tare. One* thing, hey, yea eaa tsar*  dow-a. Wo tear* here tomorrow omto*  lag.'  "���������All right' aayt Ag. Thle sperm*  lire la the very dent I Ilk* oatdenet  as well as Om neat osso, ���������ereem I pt  there.'  KiBig of Scotch Whiskies.  'he HUDbONS BAY CO  Sole Aeentsfor B C  KHiiwr.  "/ tell t/ou / won't.   I don't like to have  : ii.-���������* anybody tcalk*m tnu feet."  spirits, but Aggy gnvo him tbe Jolly.  Ilo only meant It In fun, nnd there was  plenty of reason for it, too, for you  never Been such n gume of driving aa  that feller put up lu nil your life. Tbe  lAH-d save us! Ilo cut around ouo corner, of a mountain so that for tho  longest second I've lived through my  loft foot bung over nt-out u thousand  feot of fresh nlr. I'd hnve bnd time  to write my will lief ore I touched bottom If we'd gone over. I don't know  as I turned pale, hut my hnlr ain't  boon of the snmo rosy complexion  since.  "'Well!' snys Aggy In n surprised  tono of voice when we got nil four*  wheels on ttie ground iignln. 'Here we  nre!' says ho. 'Who'd hnve suspected  tt? I thought he wus going to take  the short cut down to the creek.'  Tho driver turned round with one  corner of his Up h'Wed-a dead ringer  of a ttnuin tluin Hiiyn he to Aggy,  'Yer a funny bloke, nln't yer?'  "'Why,' nays Ag. 'that's for you tn  say-wouldn't look well coming from  liio-blit If ,V'iil |>ri*������a me I'll ml mlt I  give birth to n little gum now and  then.'  "Our bold bin'k puta ou u great  swagger. 'Well, yer needn't Ik> fuiiuy  In this wngon,' snys hi' Tlm pair of  yur *|iuiiglii' u rlili'", Yer needn't, bo  guy.   Y������������r tmnr mo, don't cherT'  " 'Why, I hear V" us plnln iih tht������igli  you set right next mo.' snys Ag. 'Now,  you listen nnd wee If I'm nudlhlc ut the  some range You're ������ tilnstml chump!'  he roars In a tone of voice that would  hnve carried forty mile 'Md you hear  thnt. Red?' lie. anks rery Innocent. I  was so hot at the driver's saea-the  rtitMed low downturns nf doing a fellor  n fnvor nad then henvtng It at hlm-  thut you could hnve lit it mutch on me  ii uy whores, but tn save me I couldn't  help taughlng-Ag hnd Ihe eomlcnlest  wny!  "At thst the driver begins to Intrup  the horses 1 nln't the kind to feel  tntrtt when n rsvtini* ttetu whst'S com-  Ing tn hlm for raising the devil, bur  to st*? tbitl iuU vttMi* Utm wen* Inxmii.ft  there wssn't nothing else be dared bit  tftt me on my hind legs. 1 nestled  one hand In his hair and twisted hi*  ugly mug twi-k  ���������������������������null Hisil" WITS I.  j    - 'Yon let me he-l ain't hurting yoo,*  hohollera.  ' ������ That ahVt to aay t won't be hurtling ymi anon.' aaya I, Ton put the  bad on them horse* again, and I'll hoot  I tbe eplne of your back up through the  top of your head tin It stands out like  .a flagstaff. Jnst ono more touch ami  yon get Itr aaya I.  "tie dhln't ot������n bla mouth sruIu till  , we come to the river. Tban he pulkd  op. Thla Is about aa far as 1 care  fo carry yon l������ ���������> genu fnr noihlnV be  soya "Of eourse you're two to one.  ���������nd I rati'l do onililug If yon aco flt bi  liull Ihe thing thiwaU. Hut I'll *��������������� y  Hit* If ������*iM<wr AR* nt ImtU of joe, ������������������������������������**(���������  on* be* text *',*** IcKt *'i������fll lit a m"-n"-'  man sboul blm be *ftim't h-.m- i������ ***  *:  told bts company ain't wanted twice.'  "Now, mind you. Ag and me didn't  have the first ctiKsed thing���������not grub  hor blankets nor gun nor nothing, and  this the feller well knew.  " 'Red.' says Aggy, 'what do you say  !to pulling this thing apart and seelntt  (what makes It act so?'  "'No,' says 1. 'don't touch It-It  jmigbt-be-catph!ng������^-Nowi_you-whelp.*_  ���������says I to the driver, 'yon tell us if  '"there's a place where we can get nny-  (thing to eat around here?* We'd expected to go hungry until we hit the  ���������ennip some forty miles further on,  where we knew there'd be plenty for  anybody that wanted It.  " 'Yes.' snys he.   There's n man running n shack two mile up the river.'  "'All right,' says I. 'Drive on.  i You've played us ns dirty a trick as  jone man oan play another. If wo ever  (get n cinch on yon, you eau expect  i we'll pull her till the latigoes snap.'  : "He kept shut till he got across tbe  irlver. where he felt safe.  *'"lt:s nil..'right nbont thnt eluehr ho  (hdilerfl bnck.1 grinning, 'Only wait tilt1  iyou get It, yer suckers! Sponges)  Boats! Deadheads! Yah!'  ��������� "Well, n man can't catch a team ol  ���������horses, nnd that's nil there Is about  lit, hut I want to tell yon lie was on the  janxlous sent for a quarter of a mile,  j Wo tried hard.  [ "Wheu wo got back to where we  'started and could breatbo again, we  bold n council of war.  i '"Now, Aggy,' says I,-we'redumped.  Whnt shall wo do?"  . "He snt thoro awhile looking around  'him, snnpplng pebbles with his thumb.  " Toll you whnt It Is, Red,* ho snys  nt Inst, 'we might ns well go mining  right here. TblB ts likely gravel, and  there's a river. If thnt bar In front of  yoti bad been further In tlio mountain*  It would hnvo been punched full of  hotos. M's only bocnuso It's on tho  road thnt nobody's taken the trouble  to see what wns In tt. This road was  mndo by cattle ranchers that dMn't  know nothing nbout mining, nud every  miner that's gone over tho trail had  his mouth set to get further along as  quick ns possible-Just llko us. Do  yon see that little hollow running  down to the river? Well, you try  your lm*k there. I give you thnt place,  ns It's the most probnblo, nnd you as a  4������m1orfoot tn tho liiiHlnesH willjtnve all  tbe luck. I'll make ii stab where I am.'  "Well, sir, it sounds .pieor to toll It  aud It scorns (pieurer still to think of  the doing of It but I hadn't dug two  feet before I como to bed rock, snd  there was some heavy blnck chunks,  " 'Aggy,' says! 'what'sthesothlngar  throwing one over to him. #Ilo caught  It aud stared nt It  " 'Where did ymi get thatr says he  In almost a whl������per.  ���������"Why. out of the hole, of courser  snys I, laughing   'Come take s lookf  "Aggy wasn't tbe kind of s mnn te  go off the linndlc over trifle*, but when  he looked Into thnt hole be turned perfectly given Ills ItniN's give out from  under hlra. and he sat on the ground  I'.I.t    ..    ;������i'.u   Iv;   "   tr"*\',f\   "'Iril'if   t**e  sweat ntr M������ face with a motion like  a machine,  "'What tbe devil alls your says I,  astonMiMl. I tb^ight maybe I'd done  something I hadn't ought to de  through ijuiornm-e of the rules snd  ���������  -     '     .1        ���������      ,������   .   ,!. ),.������.  ������*<������.���������������*k. ������������������.������������������, -  "'Red.' says be. dead solemn. 'I've  mined fur twenty year and from eld  Moxleo to Alnskn, but I never aaw  nnythlng thst was ace high to thai  before flold laying toone la ehnnks  on top nf the hwl rmk Is too much  for me   I wish II v eouht ***** thle.'  ���������"flold'.' m*4 | Wtint you tathln������  nhottft Whsl hsre thnw Mark hnnk*  in do with trout?  Tlie only ������������*������������ bm m������d������ was t������  lay th������* one I Iind thenwn to Mm ���������������  i.tfi of n r������i*fc nni nil h.������ *������������������*''��������� ***<  n  |������M|.    Then  **** hnnd.il  ll  l������������ ������������*  bare *o������tigb'.   Tin** iiii'U-r lh* )***���������  -   TO THE PUBLIC  We solicit your subscription to  the* Cumberland News, a week  ly "journal, published in the city  onGumtelmid^aud���������-having���������a-  substantiial circulation through  various parts of British Columbia  This journal* will contain in  formation aud news concerning  the great Coinox agricultural dis  trict, and places of importance.  We also beg to draw your at  tention to the fact that we conduct one of the best equipped  yibbiiig plants on the Island, aud  are jiicpaved, at reasonable rates  to do first class printing of every  description, from a lady's visiting card, nn up-to-date menu or  programme to a mammoth poster.   Legal stationery a specially.  Mail orders will receive  prompt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cumbkruand  Publishing Co.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of this Hotel Licence held  -by^ne~fi������r.the^llU^tgi^jJ^teiL  at Coniox.  (Signed) Gkobge G. Macdonald  Dated 28th day of April, 1U08  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  IitCENCE.  FOU SALE���������Tho lumao on  Dimumuif nvunuo now occupied-  arf a boarding houso. apply at thin  office.  A * 'nil and subscribe for tho Cum-  horland Now*.  FOU BALE���������Two nice ranch.  ������s, 120 and WO ncres, at Littlo  Hivor. For particulars apply to  Anderton Bro#��������� Coniox.  FOU SALE-Ono jewoy hull  IH months old. Oiw juraoy hull  calf 0 mon tha old, IMh in ex-  colU'tit condition. Win. Ifciy,  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the superintendent of  Provincial Police Victoria, for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for the Port Augusta Hotel  situated at Comox, B.C.  (Signed) J. B. Holmrs  Dated a8th day of April, 1908.    .. 1 . . .     1.1 11  111     1 1     n wi     1  n )       I-    - 1        11 in  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENOK,  NOTICE is hereby given that  oue mouth from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  Renewal of the Hotel Licence  held Uy me for the Lome Hotel,  situated at Comox, Ii. C-,  (Signed) S. J. Cliwr  Dated 38th day of April, 1908  Mi.^dBMMM.MIIi I In if Wit !��������� 1li������T !������������������  ilnm  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OK HOTEL LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given that one  month from date I intend to ad-  ply, to the Superintendent of Pro-  vincial Polico, Victoria, for a trang  fer of the F-totel Licence held by  me for the Palmer Hotel, situated  at Bayne Swud.'from myaelf to  Tohu. R Johnson & Thomas Rip.  toy  (Signed)  W. F. Ramsav  Dated 38th day of April 1908.  LOST���������Near Courtenay, one  umbrella in cover. Finder will  please return to T.F. Hudson or  to Coniox Rnkerv, Comox,  KOTO5S.   .  Riding on loeomotlvea and   rail  way can of tha  Union  Oolllary  Cutti)****.-} '-j *k.i   i"--.'���������'���������"���������   ������������������*  l*"''"  uru���������excrpt rain crtw--i������ Uriel ly  prohibited.    Rmfiloyeea 're sub-  W t"(UamieHal for allowlnu aam-  Bf order  VbAttcia 0. Lirri a  MenaiKfr.  Get your Job Printiog  done at thi News.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE in ia hereby given  that one month from date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, for an Hotel Licence for the  Palmer Hotel, situated at Bayne  Sound.  tdigncu)  John K.joiiNfcioM  Thomas Ripi.kv  Dated 38th day of April i-Jo8,  XVVIMWVIOS FOR 1HVTFI.  MCBNC&.  Notice it hereby given that one  month from dale I intend 10 ap*  ply to the Superintendent of Pro-  yiweial Polioe, Victoria for * ten-  cw*Uf the Hotel Licence held hy  me for the Comtenav Hotel, ������it-  tuted at Courtenav B. C.  (%ned) John R. JonswtmX  Dated 18th day of April, 1908 TtlEOTWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  I .. WEDDING GIFTS..  I ��������� : :   9  At Stoddart, the   jeweler  You Isave  a Large Stoclc to Select From. (j)  1 Cut Glass. Sterling Silver 1  *'  ..are thc right goods for wedding gifts..  APPLICATION FOR   HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  nt tlio next meeting of the licence  commissioners of tlu* City ofCum-  bcriuitd, 1 intend to apply for a renewal of tho hotel licence held bv  -   *  me for thu Cumberland 'Hotel,  situated on lot 1, block 0>Cumberland townsite,  Diana  Pjkk'iv  Dated 20th day of May   1(J08.  -*������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������!���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  BUTQHBR/' SHCO'F  Where are you going? I am going to1 tlie Corn-jc Co-operative Meat  Market, where I can get a Nice, Tender, Juicy Kottst of Aleut; .Yo 4Jone.  All Meat. .   .  Comox Co-operative Society,  fl. Webster, Manager.  *>+em+*>4>4><  **)  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  CLEARANCE SALE  Fishing Tackle and Rods        '. ���������-.... w  45 As I have no room for theui I will now   sell   them, at ������  <| and below cost all my stock of  Rods,   Keels,   Lines,   and ���������  4 Flies, and everything I.have got in that   line.    Now   come g.  !| and get first choice   for ever) thing  must go at once at any j|.  ffi price.                                                                                            ������  I ���������. * T. D. McLEANf  ���������������  ���������    ���������        '       . '   vi  ^������*x*x*m&*xtx*} (sKsXiXexi  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������*������������������������������    MMf9999S*ttMeM9*f������  Photographs  F. WATTS, OF VICTORIA  (S>  I  is now in ���������Cumberland,   with   his large portrait, tent, but  (*>  (a)  will visit Ootivtenay for two weeks, on or aliout tlie first ������������������<$  week in June, where he will take portraits from 50c. p t <%  dozen.    POSTCARDSofyourselfat ������{.50 per doxeu.      j������  All thniie that wnnt. re%) gooil and cheap picture nro ���������'<! i?o I t.i wail f r hun,       W  Fa-ms ������ml Fsajily groups a npnciulty,   Also lifelike -ji'.-iiirct* .if your W>ib������, ^  l������nt.January. A honili thrown at  tlw onr killed two mid wounded ten  soldiers and railroad employees,  and after iho nil* ivins wrucked tbe  Bufi'H were looted.  Owing to an accident F.  Watts  will uot Win (Sonrtouay till June  .82nd. ���������<-���������--'  Tlie HiKi wmither i������ vory much  np[ii't2ciiittid by Post Oflice contractor, 11 ant,  CoinpU.ints are coming-in about  the uot too bWt-et i>i loll ing odor  Aha i.. Alining froin t he swamp.  It in up to thu Council to noo Unit  tlic diiisKiice ia otatod,  Judgo Harrison wan in town  Jast week, ou hia regular oilicial  trip.  -��������� ��������� ������������������  tt>uite a few   Commercial mon  ���������wero in lown Uut week.  Airs,  and Miss Wior arrived  jioine by Wednesday's boat,  Miid Ruth Denton arrived by  Friday'* train and in tho guest of  Mr. ami .Mrs. J, Horbury,  "Hurry   M������I/*an   returned    to  C'!'ut������*rl)ind 'in Friday,  Smati,\  J'l'l.iioi    Icni'her���������Did  a  \ou ������.\*i |ni(,iivii nn fiiciiiy'f  lummy Tuffnm ~-Wouet,  .Simmy  S'miooI Teacher���������And  wn :   tiuij.i'   suniiuiuio,   piuiiijni-'i  Votl tn ������t(l lit  .Ti.���������tfi'iiy Tufftitit���������He wn*  big.  gcr dii'ii me,  Kpeom, J mm ;J.���������Tiio Derby.  11 flat race fur tii run your olds, over  a distance of n mile and a hall', for  11 stake of .til,51)0, was won tlliv  afternoon by SignoriiiMttn, the  prop-Tty of K, OiniMerlli, The  Duke of Portland's Primer was  .second, aiid Llangwm, owned bv  |{������t*c!������y Walker, was ihjrd, Tlw  winner is hy Cliiileureiix, out uf  Kigiini'iiiH,    Kighteen ran,  Wire  r*>  The Wellington Colliery CoV;  "my and tewl barn in ihe  i'jiii* of I do old butcher shop, with  out*, tits, was nearly, if uut ipiite  I'oiiriiineil by (ire last Friday uiglif.  Cause of lire tiuknown.  Akenhcad-Urquhait  Ah iutere>iiii(������ wedding cere-  itiony war. .-.oii'iiiniz-d at the home  of Mr. and Mn, Alex, IJi'n'ilian,  lluiii'X, Wediiertday. when their  ���������Iwilghtei* Misii iMihell. was united  in niMrriiige io Mr. SV. K. Akeii-  iieml, of th���������> lii'ni of Walter.-, it  Akeitbeiul, |/tdy*inilli, ami mjii of  1 *-ti'vr.t  APPLICATION   FOR HOTKL  UUEKGK,  NOTICE h hereby given that  at the next meeting of the Licence  Commisbionorsof'tlieCity of Onin-  iKM-iaud, I intend to apply for 11  renewal uf the hotel licence held-  by me for tho New England H<>tel,  situated 011 lot U, block ;1, Cuin-  berland townsite. .-'���������'���������  Tijos. ..'.'DwvK.it.  Dated 2Gth. day of   May 15)08:  APPLICATION   FOU'HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICK is hereby giveh that  at the next meeting of the Licence  Coimnissio*;er*uf the City of Cumberland, I. intend to apply for a renewal of the Intel licence held by  me for the Vendome ILitel* situated on ioi a. dlock 3, Cumberland townsite.  John* It, Banni?iiman.  Dated -Jfiili, day of olny   1908.  7tI~=W7le^M:<^K^i^H=lLoSi~  ' LICUNUE,  KOTTCE is hereby-'.given that  at-the.next iimeting of the Licence  Commissioners of the City of Cum'  herlmid, I iiite.nd to *'>J-������pl)' (or a renewal of the lioti-1 licence lield bv  me for file Waverly Holel,. sit.  iialiui on- lot 'd, hhick il, Cumberland towusile.  Rioiiari) Con.  Dated SGth. dny of Mny    1UU8.  APPLICATION KOU WHOLE-  SALE LiqiJOR LICENCE.  NOTR-K is hereby given that  ni the uexi uieuting of the Licence  pHiiiiu'ssioiitM-shf the City ofQum-  berland, I inti'iul'fo apply for 11 r������-  iiewal of wholesale lii|iioi' IjeeilCH  h. Id by me, situated 011 ' lot l->,  block 1, Cuinberlanil townsite.  Prank Hi:,vva������im.'  IVitid '20lh. day of May    PJIJIS.  APPLICATION FOR WHOLESALE I.igi'oiiLKTi.NcE.  *******  NOTK'K jm hci'eby given llml  at the next meeting of the Licence  i. iunmi^siuiiei'M,il'tl.u City uf Cum-  berlttiid, I intend to apply for a re-  newal of the wholesale li-juor li-  celiee held by me, situated oil lot  l^i, block II, Cumberland towiifdie.  .Ioii.n  Makocoui,  Dded yilth, day of May   IIJIW.  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for the T'lirm. Garden, Lown or  Gonst-rvatory  Reliable, approved varieties, nt renaou-  ub!o prices.  No  J'oreig,   No Scale,  No Fumigation to damage Stock.  No windy agents to annoy you.  Buyjdirect aud ftct trees i-.r.d Beeda that  will GKOW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis.Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut  I������"lowei\s, e.tc.  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O.  Ad-  dress���������3010 WtatuiinstBr Road.  Vehicles. Implements-  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  ~W~hM*^****M������  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  ������3������9������������99-������9������3e$������������9*-8������9  Walworth-Rolston Co.LM'  H,  S. R0LST0N,   Managing Director.  .   Vanoouver, B. C.  <���������������������'... Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B.'C.  -^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  TR������ ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.     .1  ���������  Capital. S3> 0,000  Hjsmbuv b, .���������?���������! ,300.000  Asskts,   ig4G,4OO,0C0  Cmp sits, *33,700,(KX)  Money Orders:  K.ATHS.  balmer  f Funeral Direc-*  I tor   and   Em-  <?>  O)  $)  0  ������ *& ���������  @ House Raising  and Re- ������  2 siewiJi^f   t:   Foundations^  9 Carefuilv Attended to.     ie  ������__:___     . _ ;������������������_ I  I.'���������' Cnmberland, b7c7|  ������C���������et������ceei;*s-cccc������c.ccc������  Then the Fight Regan.   -  "Well," said Mrs. Casey proudly, "my Dennis  was   wan  0'   the  '.KilUn-nrers nt thc   funeral   o'   the.  r.eli ilichael Hooligan tMiiy."  ������������������Aye," retorted Mrs. Capsidy  jealously, '���������'twas well fitted for  the job yer husband* was. Sure  he's usad to carry!u' the bieii that  some one else pays fur!"  $5 nad under  9" t)\vr   S,r) and not exceeding 810  $ Over ������10 mid not- exceeding i>30  2 Oyer iifSO mill not exceedi    d.r>3  4*      Tl'ppe Money Orders ure paynble wi'CHi.ut* (J;.i-.t ii. nny  Biink in Camilla.  Interest Added Four Times ;>. Tear iv. S;i\*iios i ank.  3 Cents  (5 Cents  10 - euts  Vt Cents  CUn-tired ft  A. B: NETHERBY,   manaukr^     <*  if&f'p.t.*  The 'tipleudid' Perci>erou i tnllion  "JU8T   41 ^^'^  (Color, Uuy.   \v eight, l������"i 5.)  See���������Postt; i*s���������foi1���������-Ro 11 te���������to���������uegin-  ���������\PKHv 3rd, 1908.     ,.  15. Ckawkoko, Coiirieuav,  Terms,     $3S   Insurance  * !-,-,.������,. ., I  X\i  J.'/mJ-'ii, June 2.- 'Ihe Ht,  Hon, >������ir. H'*dv-*r** Umiit Uuller,  li**itinb gener.il, who !i.*h been ill  i<������r thv* pnat few week*, ii dead,  Hi* vm*,s Inirti in 18DU.  In A|������ril (.1011. Midler contracted  41 i*'u!l il;,li"!l'l"0, mi I thia lnd!n.  trottittoii wa������ foitowod by n mvere  ifiiek ol jaundice nnd other coin  ji.icmbm*. &������rly in .V.fty a hop?  f I um of hi* recovery wtw en-  t :rnilii*)i by bin j>li)-e.uiu, nud  tl*    for    tin worm    waa uuex-  t   x'.r*lf  W������.>n%Jiine 2.--Tlree frirl*  - ,... r i.,\..    1:, -   .*.-. *���������.' .-1  Tlm Iii bio wan attended by ihe  ^riHiiii'm rn'mlfr, Mi��������� .Mne ������tke.;-  heiid nml Mr, Willi-un   1'rqubai",  HiOltinr Ol   liti;  iiiuiv, rniji.������..i n.i .!.<  -room. J  Tlie bride i* oue of llie mod '  jHipulai* young Indie*, of Coinox ���������  vnliev. ami in aU<> well known in  lili* eii) uinl dtMnt'.t, wUvw rl.i  has benn it ftifjnent visitor, Iln j  odium it one ut I/iilvfinilli^ uioi-t'  eiiturjirioitig jouny ! nMtn������*^ tmji  ami iti.-i.t 01 iioo'ii t.i   .uut  t.'iu ,  *  ���������ui i N'H'Miinc will tuin^rHl.ilate I  hitn uti liif (tntttim* nf mi frt'tr n\  lirid*.  The y������*Uiig ''oiiple will nrriv������������ *n  liiin City fnmi Cmiiox ������m Tbiire  day ond after   it  homyin<ton   1 jrljt* *  to S'ltini  eitifj*  will   return  und  AI'IM.KJASIOX [-'OUWIKU.I*:.  SAI.K LiQl'dlt I.K'KNCI-;.  XOTH/'M in hereby given ihnt  at the next nii'.'tiig of llie Lieeiiec  t'oinmisfiioiu'ivof thetMly of Cumberland, I intend fo iipph for a removal of ihe wholesale liijnoi* li-  ceiice held by me, situated on Iul  .*>, lilueu 'ii, Ciiiiibeiiuii'i nieiu.-iu*,  i HAi.K  I'Al.l.oti.  Date! tind, day of .I11110 lllilH.  APJ'LlCATIOX   FOR  I10TKL  LKJKNOK.  N(yr|0Eisheredy given that o\w  month from date I iurenb to apply to the iSupei'intendent of I'ro-  viueiiil Pnlieu Victoria for. a re-  ut'rt'jil of the Hotel IJceiiee held  by uie for the Port Harvey Hotel  -i'tuated ut Port. Ilurvi-y li* (!.  [Signed]     Joint  Mrthror.  Dated 5th day of May, 1908,  APPLICATION FOU JIOTKL  IvIOKNCK  K. AID.A  Meicbcint  TmmiLO.  AA  Sl'Kt'.IALTY  IAI) I US' T A11,01 i. M AI) Iv Cl )S'l,,l; M KS A  FUITS CT1AD��������� TO   OROSR HND  IN  RNY STYLtE YOU UuISH.  PERFECT FIT GUAEA^TESB.  Prioas From $20 to $40.  C U M R E R L A N D,  Ii. C.  are  "NOTICK is hereby given thnt  one month from date I intend to  apply to ihe Superintendent of  rroviiicjiil Polico, Vietoi'in for n  renewal of llie Dote l.i.ieix'u held  by iiiel'oi'the Uuby HousehitunU'd  at Port Kiisaui li! C.  Signed, Ivlgai' Me.l\eiiy.ie.  Doted 5th d'ty of Mny 1908.  APPLICATION  KOU  HOTKL  LICliNCK  NOTICK i* heivby given ihat  one niiiiith from dale' fintend lo  npply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  rciiewii] of the llolel Licei.'eti held  by me lor ihoOrnnt Uutel hittiated  :  m:,   .,..t f.ia,,,| i������   n  l!C'.-)Ji)3'&Arivtriw.i'.  TO THE PUBUC.  I We beg to in fnrm the Public of Cumberland nnd District that.!  I* 011 April 201I1 we purchased the milk business of Mr. S. Piercy M  *���������' of Saudwick, mid' are prepared' to deliver pure milk daily, also ���������  ������������������,butter, iiggK and other farm })i*oduce,   With careful  attention ������������������  '���������,'��������� wc hope to retain must of Mv. Piercey's old customers.  Abe & Ito,  ���������������  ,J^J.������*j..J..{������J������J..J..J.������J������������J.tJ������J������{.������J������J������J.������f������{������J.������J������������J������     tJ^������t{������}������J^|������������J������J������{������tJ.������J������J������JwJ������������J������{������.J.������}.^������.{������J������  *���������  ���������df  Ceo. Leighton of CoiU'tcmiy has  on hum! u" line lino of buggiof,  wngoiiK, inid funning miwhinery.  Mr, Leighton i������ npmil. for Me-  LMHghliu (leiu* IbigeiuH, T.I)���������)������.������  .-���������IciJ'oiiH- of getting anything in  this line ���������dniti'ldsco hit. nloek bo-  foie buying rlse-where, Guoi'ge  Leigiuon Coiiiieimy 11, C5.  W'whinrfton  ,| nne il.     I**|'enldent  Why send nwny for your print  iug, when you enn got. it 'lorn*  right hero In your own town,  .lust ns good nml just ns cheap in*  in Nittminio, Victoria, or Vnncoiiv.  ei\ 'Oiirphmt i������ iM|iilp|)������������) with  Mm'linen!. fimoH of Typo, ami yoiir  ordtu' shall receive prompt ntteii-  tion���������no nuittor how small,  1* ���������*'  Dated tin h, day  May UMI8.  mi  .���������unT.-.l  9*  ....a������r    V**  ,*.',   *V   .-.;���������   ���������   '1.1*0*1   t������������  .    if  <mriml l������"r������������yt������MiT  ,1*������������������������������������:,,'.,-   ���������*  ),-M f.ir ������i|tn.<* ujuhoir r������.td������;iHii  in   Udy-  tjl���������' V ;*������'������* rai-nrntl.���������"UU'   -���������$V!.">,W U������*r������bl,  trnWCK/bWrn  it thk turr.  t.W.QILLCTT ������fff,VS  TORONTO. CtfiT,  aeeweeAmeeeeAAeeee9A'>e  llNSURANCE.  |Firo    a:'d    Life  'Tt**������ini'lrMMWM<IMW������ranMH*MHMHHI|IM  ������n*>������ii*a>*^NMIP*������W*W������HMr4*as^HBa^MPai^>*V������M������aW������������M������MiN>������>^W  For Pig IU'Uk'Moik for  b'ire Innmauce call and >������e.  i.-iU.s btft.re insuring.  Wesley Willar-d  Agent f .r th.* Royal    ^  of l.twrpool. i  Wood's PhoapheAinj,  Tht Great flaglm ilemnlir.  'luntmmitl Invlgorutentho wiwto  norvmifi witfiti', iitjikoi* linw  lllf. td In old Voliif*. (Mr* Arrv*  t������,,,,,.,,U 1,0.. ,.,,������.,...!.... P, ,w...V.���������ii>  tntu IMWUu, Aleenunmi tirtiim 11 yi 11,. jn..  '.ii'.. e* eu 1:" yi>-������i'Vin������V rnrenoim, I p*.,,,],,^ rtrnmlWenkiM*, l-bfiimtonn, 8,rr.  11 i<     1 ' i W'torrhiWttindi'MtviaiiiMiiuii.oi- .',*i.������������..������������������������>.  I im! an excei dmgly narrow escape lyoiitliiurVi"nlxforw" OimwtiljiH-imn.i.K  uiiii  nr in  ���������. pe, iiiuoiliiuriiox .._. -,. ,  . . .'.    ..... hvlilenrd. told br tit imarittMfit btnlhnl it  from a m*iume a������*ei'!ent *>*��������� luh'tlerw1 | j.l������lni;Vr.onfiM'-ripl ofynoo.^t(ttiiintHi*mi  buck viding in Itoek Cr������J������������U I'nr  i'i  r  ,    I muni. t.trtf.Tttn Wood Modtelnt Oo.  ���������k, I tjcrtnm'tu Inixiwr) T������ront*> OnU  I!.,,,.    .,    ni.ir I  r.  Wook s Cotton Root Compound  I.  P������ld jn thrwi damn-fin  n������tUrXo. i, III go 1  r jiDtHtbtLoMiw, JI pur ton.  M 17 nil atnig*fiMitf������*f**  dagretm  xx'vh the jiivMdent.    Peeling 11111'  he wn- goii,ghiickuai''V, Uooneveh  I slipped from  the saddle, ami. art  ilk woi.bl |,HVt*   it   fell into  tin  ^���������^^������������������^������������������*-**4'<^>C*������*>K^.M|'ICrk einne \f-lm- the ll"!*"    wllh'b  1 hi .���������'' d  mi   it*  lie k,    Tlm  Iior.st  WbaMwnMU. ^������������*^HKI^|wH,cnptur.Utoiuv,   ihu   ,nvi-  fniii'y" in  mi ordn.niy iiidiviilmi|](j(.,4 ,.,.,���������������������������.|tr,d nn.i  rode for nn  horse, a young animal;  his  party  rode dow������. Mi.mJi a e it  in  tlie  bunk, forded ft erej'k,  ami  wore  ni*.eliding the hank oa  flic mlmrj  oile.    Tne jirenMeofV how ivmwl    j   ^- V^l]'1 '** ^1\Wi,rpim^l  on reaching the top of tho hnid; t*ftgu^  tiifksvard. into ibe   creek 1        '      ���������  **������***,i ..,**-  lu the interest of gtvntim o'nwr-  fitliu-KH this i������ ������ good time) t<i v**~  enll tin prnvurb tt|������%t. ,\ wet M ������y  ���������.vill all HII tbo farmer*' bnru with  umt le  my.  A Oiticit.iitui man hnd a bntiiu  with tmliM under wn'nr. Ciu-  (���������������������������ifinuii "lii-titrejipn* Jmigmip������,,jlimir and a half betore ietui*i.ingu.i,u,.ni u.nfl,,. j��������� enlenlaled tu nm^t  til *. ** pti r������r 1 ������.ro, jlv '!'.;��������� Wiiitf U>w, |n ���������,,,��������� jy,, M,^,|t  mm


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