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 9amvam  \l  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS.  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District..  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C,   TUESDAY,       FEB.     4.   1908  The Enterprise, Fifth Year.  fc\s>3>6X������}S^������������(S)<^>: i)������e������i)������������������������iS)������������������������������������������������g^������������������  City Fathers.  ���������_n   Fhe regular mooting of the citv  .fathers washoldin tho.councilchambe  rs on Monday evuningiall memb'ers bo  ing present except Aids Reid andMo-  tDonald. It might he remarked that  there U likely to ibe, stome thing doing in  the counoil thia -y-iar as they are s;tartr  ing out well and the now members. Aid  Campbell and Aid. Harwood have in  them the making of vory goodakicrmcu  if they .keep on ihe 6*uie straight Bind  uni'ro w path tbat>theyu did at last  night's meeting.  Minutes of previous meeting adopted  as mad end signed.;  COMMUNICATIONS;-  . From the Secretary of the Onion of  Bj C.'Municipalities re .the ocuvcatiou  'to bn hc*ld in ftanainfa on the 26th add  aakl-ug that the city se.ud a regular  iH'ipi-esealatiou��������� Laid over for discus  si on la ter on.  From  Bucrctary of the Rossland carnival asking 'the! tnajjror nud aldermen  to   be. present.���������received and all the '  aldurmcn whoccaujaU'ji;! lime aud  a. J'i.<y^w.!t blir *,uesiiut  From tho Secretary of the school boa  rd enolosing the esiimates ���������Laid on  tabl  un.h next meeting.  BILLS anu ACCOUNTS;-  Eiecoon���������l3Xi/en6Ba-^Ba*tialf~vlnsctS"  f.3.5a;   Pulling Booth, $3.01); Advertis-  ing:r28.00;Luuoh ' _$������.   Polling CJ.rk  ,?5.00;R(-t'Ut'uing Officer $5.C0.*-TjH-  al $40.00.  ' si.,-  ��������� 11.05;    B.Crawford  ���������$23\60; Nows.iAdvertising $43,80;    W,  *^^T^J"-r������  enejrapj  ���������Uaymuu wLOd^O.UO;    ltfirr <ii lu tin  l?i ua.u c- -CV i mmit i ee.  REPORTS;-T. WiJ.*oufor January.  Soa-vuiitfer ������100.75; Police C*urt $10.  il,; Hatl ttent$'J.50; ScaJes.S5.50 ;  Aid. MeLeod. su.g ated t.bat tbu ma  n snwer he survey.de. befontany work  wait d'aiK-.  POLICE COMMISSIONERS ;-  Tho mas Bickle, uud Aid   Campbell.  we fee reco inmendvid.  A geat U^'ul of iliii'tvu^sion arose a-  eo������: about s'endiife a delegare to  uu  coiiveiit'.on at Nana.mo uu ', pajiii..*, bi.  ,\vn*y.    Aid MeLeod choUoliL.liit, ������aj  should be paid   if it did noi    eo.-t iu.  mui^h us   th.-'benefits   to   be dorivivi  might be very-great.   Aid Campbell-  wauti-id to know ii        the city was ���������i:  anctally in a position to pay thu i-xpo.  Ucs'ii nof.it would be vei'y uueh bo.ti  ,r no t io spkind th.j uiom-y iu thai wa.  The mayor thought it a disgrace if ihi  ciity was no't represented.   Aid Harwo  i v wou.u liiiL* to sec a ou-l. n.n.\: ijo Ou.  Ju-ibig aiich was'staiin^ Imu :u tiu  t'acf and thu ueiwvi'ii^e w\,n i^-.iily   a  ur.' >it deal more unp<mani at. thu pr..  ' ni lime.   Alter dieuussw.g ^ome ue^i  t>d Improvements to the Munu'ipaipAi-i  -.he counoil adjourujd.  HOSl'ftTAL   DANCE.  The.ijj'llclylngisa'voriuct IwL ot  't-he committee tu chiugcof ol the *  hospital dnucc;���������Messrs Joocph AJsp-  bo.*, Soiiond Maguoue,Jo'',.',p:i Baiflc:.'  uu, J oui-ph Tobacco, and Douuu.io il;..  olictti..  $30 Given Away in  Did  You Hear the Latest? ' ti  No.  What is  it?  Why! I am going to start a  new up-to-date Gents' Furnishing Store in the premises formerly occupied Riggs & Whyte, and  I will be prepared  ior Busiuess  on   Sth   day    February  My strictest attention will be  given to the Business, aud a  Share of your Patronage is Solicited.  J. N. flcLEOD  Dunsmnir Avenue,  , CUMBERLAND,BC  ��������� m-mM  /  Prizes to bc given in Bale's Store and Furniture Department Windows;-  ist Prize���������Fancy   Coal   Heater   $16.00  2nd Prize���������Dinner  Set   ..     ., _ $14.00  It will nit.ooit y-u nny rare to  h.i,v fr-iiiv u ���������," ami yon huvo n ������o A  ohitnoe In win something worth hiivhig  Here is a   list  of the  things  wo      keep   in   Stock;-  Hardware, inamel and Tinware, Stoves,  Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Wail Paper  Paints, Furniture, Stationery, Toys and  Notions; in fact all Household  Supplies.  T.   E.   Bate  ������<> Magnet Cash Store <>  For every $1.00 CASH sim;i  In my  flloro enlth'H yon lo i '|"������'-,.t for tho  DRAWING  which will take  [ilioj ot| Saturday  February 28th,Wl������, a 8 p._ra,  T.   E,   Bate  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������,������.,  tfrnmrnrnm.  ������������������������t������ mi  We are now Showing the 1  **> Uatest Novelties  aBaaMaaMMaMM������iawiiM������aaaM������n������������i  ���������'Direct franvthe. Fast, in  Liadtes' paocy Collars  mmamammm^m^mmm^m**w*m*mmmmmm*m*mmmm*mmmmm***mimmmm*mmm������m**mi^i**m  and  Belts  a beautiful assortment that  should hnve renche:! us for  Xmas  Trade.  Our Winter Sale will be   continued  through th������ whole of February,  J McPhee ** Sons  ^������ifM������M������������������������������������������*������-t.W������������������������^#itiMi������������������������t<9  s  IT PAY8 TO ADVERTI8EMN THE NEW3  Threu   yeara  a������������ Mr. I*. Htwlduri.  retS(,iito;l to tho Onmox Ai^ricullurnl  'ocl, vy a gdld medal for'the Wut dis-  olayoflive r.MMk, Tlila yenrlml..  ilunniiiiKanUvereupCor a afmllar i.  Mill.   IMmuIno donating tuiihi*  Cumberlaiiil Oun Club a ailvir cup foi  I'lWgrrntoa't tgBMB.tln.fOT llie nf.fiot  '.o bi\hi*U at tho end of tlwisiiioti,  Um li mipii nre nowou.oxhlhll Ion lu  ilr. tiloudurt'e window.-  Cu.norland, 1Mb, ������rd, 11)08.  Mr. EdUor,. i  f> arSir,  Wh;Ut' riadlng thy letter hy Obaer.  ���������itxt nud Voter tu your luetieauu it oe-  mired to mu it wouid iut he out of  |ila<w to .refer lo another otatler iwx-  li.luliiglotiio lut'ieita oi tli<>'������|.y fu  ; \, ooftui.e why It woe tfett a petition waa  lii.^iulea im tun m.j vouuvil at turn  i;r������l imnjtlug'lhU year ;*��������� rmulNitlou  <i^������ly iUu< d by o uumbcr of vottrs &u.l  ifttt piyereanklug that twu vecauuiuj  Ul tbe oouui'll ho 11 led hy two geuth-iu  . u uemva tu tn������ peutmnH was turiKd  do wn. Moat of ue are aware of t lie  to fill vaeenrtaot a olehieta tho  Muulo.p..! Aeicovete th* trvnuri tin  (aot tba elty eoouclle h*vo thu power  l rv^i.r.y initrpieied (.my wit li   th  ry N-. iimhji.! mrfii ������n  tnr'imjh    tli  vot,.ri,, which io tlii' lu*un������v U il u  occur;   Assoou ua Jiuu.iu..ugu������  i~-i  .���������tt m ui tonne d wa* oio*m it wu ������h.i.  n������w.i th. t������ were two vaceurlf������,liuro-'  ��������� dletl y        the vot-j-retn iht tenp. et  lie warde-North aod Mtddle���������elrcub  ��������� i d ,b i*pBiliio������ ieftir<.*d to and a������ ���������!���������  twad^ul^U'd ytcii uud .1 *. *U'* l,-.*  lufcting of-the touuetl.  -The~School=Boardr  ���������^_  The School "Board held- their first  melting nu Thursday evening lasti all  'the members<of ihe r'Bo������r,l boin? pn1^  ent. bavifng being previuossly-awoiru in  to offee.  By tho unanimous   consent  of the  Board Mr.iThomai Bunnermau was ap  pointidnhiiirmtfiiand   Mr.l1. H.Caiey  secretary for the year,  't'lii I .initios b.1. i ho lasd moutiaig   oi  h.-Vri     '   Roivd wji' a'op "d  aa read by tbe secretary.  { Aoommunlioat dun was llifnread  fro,m Miss Smith of the 3rd division  asking for a rais,o of (olury . <ifUx  di Bcusslng the matter the iuoruase of  ^���������5 por   month was granted,  I The carmaker Mr. John Potter ap.  pliod for a n iuoivumj oi sniaij-.u  theratj i.f ������85 per inonth ; lmll  tbe amount wag granted provided ho  would     ban'good boy ,  | Aoommunlcatlon was read fremiti-  sjiector Wilson enclosing reports oftlm  last visit to tbo school.  |    Of oonrJfe a uewapaporman   la   uot  vuipposed to bo a ooropotent' Judge   of  whnt constitutes a good report but   ou  I being   privileged to look over tho ro-  molts   mado   lu   tli  erepoiuuu the  1 worl; In thc dlfferour dlvieioua ,thero  la ojtoiellcnt *work bolng done lu the  aebilol by an offIclont staff.  Mr. B. A. Alleu the principal   wrota  iregardiug the   aohool fencus nud the  aohool building leaking.   On .motion  that the matters be intended to.  fhe elty olork wrote thv following  remarkable letter {������  y  Btraivgn lo *n I .tn   < he wishea of 11;  voiorawi'rea.t nflle,  Ihi onlvexru  riven'or fitlojilliiir Hiich r������ ^���������o���������<r'*',   m  wHthout a precedent lu tho hlatlry   of  Cumherland-aa former vaeairclea have  boon filled hy petii lou���������wnt thmt en*  ot tho momboreof the counoil had uot  been piovlauesly made awnre of thin re  uui'Ht no I ni'cenHiiry idhI Mearoiuy  \io-  hil'hl.i iniiiiiit   I hat was (he flrat tne.  ctlng of ���������the ,lhe council and the flr������i  oiWrt unlit of th^lr hi lug mmio In iwii  oflikUly o( tbu winhea of tho votcru,  Iloubll k������ ttort'p.y will be forthcainiuu  othawlev It U likely lobe rrgardid'-aa ,  ,   ,   .,       . .        .        . . .  takl������g (he reeiKWulhlllly of electing th : S^'Al?*^1?. *ttf* _b!,ttr? *wh.  eiity, fathers out of tbo proper coumu  via j'tlrn winb-t* of the voter*, a ruth*  iiruueoiMtltutiouftl form of prooi'durc  JDumberlnnd.B.-O.  January.   80th,0B  TotHe Boardof Bchool TruMofii ;���������  ��������� I hav* bv*n fnstruetod to moke  the following requi-ela of your honor  able body ;~  I-Thnt  ������ome definite dnteb������iipt  for paying timelier*'*njnHim. nnd Umt  tlm pny aluet be   Iwindul   tn (ho city  to may thn least.  Yours truly,  ,".,,.        T.T    ������������������'  k .1..*      t  It., * .  DIRD-On Jinuary It Mr >: ,,  n������ f>e������iidnlln, nti* d i* yenn.   Tlu* fu.  i*rnl tonkpl������et<totlie Uotnnn Cmh I  \jl-������UlitlU  I   HU mOtttiMi   4. .'. I II    ...|    ...  wi''l hy frl'^nd* Bfid ������iviu'> mt *n en,  Sbe following donaud f'nwem;-.  Ur,  P. Mawwne, Mr. J.   Mnrrooih,  Mr. Marincor. Mr.K.Hco/nrdo, Mr.F.  Dartboldl, Mrs.rionian, Mr. AhhiujI.  Thefrlrndaof tlio(lue.*a������id nrmii to  thank th* Mtiv. UU-rm   mt ht# ��������� inu  .ni'iia In urnut ititf hU art-vlr,.* fo,     di,.  di.ot-ai������d.  daft-eo that  obvques maybe  insucil  a nd ilmicd by t be mayor.  2.������-Tbat a duplicate of all aeounla  be tent In wilh tbe voucher for tbe In*  format on of i he elty of fh lain.  S.-lf IHi TOilf wl������h tfixt   thn   (���������(���������������  clerk continue to collect the   Mirh  rvehool feeetohat enmedefiuite (late for  payment of same be art .and that tbo  school tiachr he inmruotod to not if  Ud ibe nupllaof   tbo  ea���������m^Bnd of tli* amount of       tern  du������hyt������nah pupU. j  I may at ate that tho arrangemritte  of last term were not itrictly adhered  toby tin* pup'li and roiiMcquvut'y Iul  to niurh inronvrli'.i n*������ end nl o made a '  great) deal of extra work for roe. j  I ini) >������������������'���������< mlil I hu ll,mi������ |.uiitlx Y.t.ii  attend thi* high school for a Bart of I he '  trim tin v.,not aajet, pauttbe f ti**��������� or  auy part of aamt. j  Ten ra truly.  received and filed withott eonsihrat  ion by th?Board,  : Passed on .mo'tibnthat the !->..h  sohool fees bo paid to tho oity cl.rl:  ami that au<v pupila failing to \r.iy oy  last week in thc term that the ci ��������������� !  erk notify thc school board of tlu* o.. ������  The   Sth   day of !the month wm- stt  aa tb.4 doj on whioh the teach.-m ,..���������.-  lo be paid each mouth.  BILLS-J. II. Collins',suppJU's,9G.'5  Referred to to chairman and Tru.t.o  8t<?. wart andif found correct paid.  II. J.   Theubadl, painting etc, ,<,*. h*  school ;   moved aud seconded it .*: ������j  same course ne thc lueucne.  Ktar Livery Stabl**, hauling blocks, to  be pnid;; B.Leisser. nupplieif $'-���������'. ,    *  he paid.  A rcBJlution was thun pass.d uu .u;;.  ouMy that no vouchors bu'neu. to t U vi  ly clerk without Ih^siguaturcN s: i o  full board.  Tho   sceretary wns'ih.'uiijatiu : '.  to have vouchers printed.  Tlien th.'nion Imj-i'. t.tnt i.i1- n, . .  the mcoiin was  beguu and'wh n tl-.  Board was finished a motion wus p >������*  ���������ed that following eMtlnmtes  be.ad jw  ted* for thu yoor.  High School, 91200X10  Publlo'Kobooi:-;  Division  I-M080.00<  II-* 720.00  in-* ������������o.oo  iv-������ eoo.oo  V-$   flOO.OO  "       VI-# tlOO.OO  Junltor- $460.  Irmiirnnw��������� 41180.0  Fiinl- (8100,1)0 i  Hoaveuger-      $ 60.00  Iti'paln - if/JUiMIO  Ineldontule*-   t360,00  Total-     ,|fl710.6J  Tluv estimates for last year ��������������������������� ri  #0170,00.   It    will befteeti that th'f  io a differcuon   of   1,07000,   out   j'.'  whleh ie       taturatioci sint imd:  very mtifb need drrp iim.  Tbe mooting ih*n' adjourn d io  tuoi'i ou tbu fourth Ilwue^sy ol Hut  mouth during the j nt.  ���������������������������������.-,.  0. F. installation  Vr.Buro(������t the f'rmot Bums4  Walkem, Vaaeouver waa a fiaseeiiRor  CunMrrland oa Friday on businesv snd I  took a irlp through Comoi valley.  ALBX.M������KIKNOK.  City CIcrk.  I'saaedon   motion the thu left pi be  Court   Hob rl������>J������ titi Courl nty  at their bent mating   hid-the fu I .-v  Ing offleeraluat'ilMnt their la t , <t.  IlKiWil.VilAiim.l.,,.,  m;       U,    .,  H Weeley Willard,ofCumbeel���������ud;.  Court I) ipuiy-WalKr MePhee.  Cbet Itangcr-H. C. Lucas,  Via.* Itangi-r-T. lf>i<I������on,  IU-coidlim terr t >iy~H, H. Fal,  Fhinnel il t$*er*t".>y-l*.i*lja,m<  UliapUlu���������I. M>K.������i*ip,  B<>nr. Woo I w ird -Thn>. Mmli h  '<nr, - ~II.riM.-iSH Jm.  Mnr. Beadle-It, McQuillan.  Jnr.      '       -/..Itadford.  TnA������ur.r~W, Mel'bve,������  A<MiDn* in������i*tiiiicifi t ttnittr -  a  01<t t-tti-ib'neiUn W r*-**r%.   i       .B.t  viiitlug buthreu Uem Ctittc.Uu:. -������* t  ..^  ..���������*"���������  'THR   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  flBJTlSH   COLUMBIA,  Wia������n*i^aeio������OMM*>MaaiaarMHi������iHaM*^M***M**a������naHaBMoa*aMriM������M  THE  CUMBERLAND  NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.  A. Bates,  Editor and  Proprietor.  TUESDAY,     FEB.      4. *9o8  Haw* iinprov������mi.*n*ts do improve.  Last winter il w.*-.s hr-in i-tonn thai  nmd-v Harny Thaw kill frtunfcril V-'h-  ittt. Mean ime meiitnl ;���������** i -ne** Ivx- ton  de a dis-'ov- ry nnd mow ili-. ^;U|XJiv-u:<  mi-lancho-i . Htupoious m- 1-aiicliA'm  lias tin ���������iidv,-ii!tii������*ovir- bra'n storm.  In pliii biu.u ttoiui ilu*. \i |lo go *  j.lumb  e.i-fizy   nnd tt?.ys that wn)'.   at  '"'  I'nast it has hard  to .prove, that he has  recovered.    In stuporous melancholia  \ he. is touch d mi'il he commits a tragedy, sfti r' whi h tc u oriuticnl y re-  t-ov- vs. Thc. queiitiun 'now bo'I-Jiv alio  nists is hciw the misoV.ief ure ttu-y P'o-  ing lo pressrribe tor patients afflicti-l  with stuporous uiol'*ncho!ia. Plainly  it is ,.u������iily a rich man's disord r for uo  poor, man could afford to commit a  tragoflynud support the eo: I of two  such tr.ala. aslhiiw'has b-ji-u put to  If many e..s.*s of.-. tupoious nu lanchoiia  develop Av courts' wi.l havo to r. ducc  their priws-.A-.herv.ise a poor man wil;  have lo lihor nud. r i bf foil discr.se un  t'.lhc dks, .becnu-^e it he ai tempts to  cure wh le in straightened circum-tan  cos he runs grave risks o f get ling his  neck uretrievably si retched, and tbu  cure is us bad as the disease,���������Satur-  a.y Suns. t.      ''.-���������_'  Kspimait & Nanaimo Ry  ^Eopseisr.  English 4 x BURTON alwayi ou tap aUo, the famous MILWAUKEE  IiEKKS-Anlionaer, Boluuri*-, Sol ta, ko. "OLD GREY BEARO"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Beat V.ines,and Liquora of all kinds.  Tbe Boardtug aud Lodging Department, m.iVr tbo launedla'o su-jtrmteudenoo of Mn  Davit, will be luu.nl First olme iu every rcepeot.  BATES,  tl 00 per day upwards.  T  ets,  ust   Arrived  At the Right Price Furniture Store.  wo CarlowU of Furniture, consisting of Sideboards, Buff  China Cabinets; Cliitfnnoi-s, Morris Chairs, Upholstered  Chairs, t'te. '.:.,,' ,        , ���������       ,    A  Tliis Stock "Rrrivod too late for Xmas trndo nml ni order to  reduce stock we will give ton per cent off for Cash on Pny-  Day ami w**ek following.  .   J, -He COLLINS, Cumberland.  1112 OLD A, AID' i  PIUYER.  Now 1 ljy me down to sleep,  1 w.sh I had a i.-.-ii Lu Ke.jp;  If thcr.i   li a>:n-.n u,i. er .he lud .  1 hope he he.trn cv- ry word 1 mi if'..  Auiau.  Itep-jit   of'the Medical    Health  Of deer for   Vtttr ll/OV.  The drink of strong men and healthy women  .' . fl  ' V   '. is The Best  Bottled or In  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo B.C.  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Victoria���������cocoas     sovxb  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. in., for  Nanaimo, calling nt Crofton, Kuper  and Thetis Islands when? freight . gr  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 s. nv,  for Union Bay Coinox and way ports,  Leavei Comox Thursday 7 a. m., fur  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leave? N.inuiino   Friday,   7 a. m��������� for  Union Uay Coinox andj way ports.  Leave? Comox Saturday,    7   a.m,,   for  Nanaimo and way parts.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, i p.m., for  ^Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NAN AIMO ��������� LADY  SMITH   BOUTE  8.8.     "JOAN."  Sails trom   Vancouver  for   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, nt   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nar.auno   for   Van ouvcr  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October    1st, 1907.  Teaming  I am prepared   to  furnhh Htylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  JOHN BRYDEN  CUMBERLANd. .     ,  pOLLEGIATE   SCHOOI  ^ FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. C  TU  Patrou tnd  Vtnitor, -  I.OUD  BISHOP  OP COLUMBIA.  Head Manor  J.VY. LAING, ESQ.,   M. A.',   OXFORD.  Asiintod by three Graduates ol the Recognized Uui������er������itie������ of GreavBriUin and Can.  md*.  NORTH BOUND���������Head Down  Moderate termi tor hoarder*.  Property oocu'aU ol tire tores with ipaol-  oui i-jhool bnlldioss, extensive recreatin-  grnuude. Kymnaslum. . Cadet corps organized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  Passenger Trains  -Daily  Station*. No. I  Thero has'been   considerable  siok-  .ness during th'iyear.  The followiuK is   th/.* list of infectious diseases in the ci l.y in 1C07  Measles   1   euro.  Consumption 2 cases,  Scnii t .Fever   8*   case's,  Whoopii*,'" Cbagh ; has   been   epido  mic and w; have frfitS-huffered from tho  usual epi.lrmio of dt .irrh'-ea nmont? tho  clrhlruii 'iu the fall   of ihe yean;  Then huB.beeun numhir of eiimie of  'ehiekenpox some of an aRgrnvatcd <y-  ' pc.. However I am pleufined to be ablo  tor. port ihiitihi-io hi*Hem only ono  do-fch >am lnft-0'.ioua*dlsia'9rs that one  'instill InK iiuii" t;Ct'ty irom whorij'iug eou  gh Th"i*lty wiialhiM'ntenod In the sp  Inn of. the ry.ia r by un i-pidomlo of  M'nil. I. !'i *, 1 r. ��������� uii! > u--e.i uci. un .iim on-*  lelde (lieelty uud pronlJly oariied into  tin- i-.te-hool;.:ift i' uii .-.:i!y l.y I ������'-.'.ntt  modi 1. r'.jitri'-iiil u.i.'ui.uiea ihnt the  wpn ml of iIn* dheiue wn. ..ri> ��������� I .������d.  ThudUettKo  waiifuuinl   tobeupread  tr.-s nmi'i,,- I h ���������   ���������  hi 1   '���������!���������' <'i-11 ,mi-I-  prliirlpf'l'y  ntnnnn th,' iliililnn in one  oi lh ��������� p lm r*.* <i"s ",N.   'I he������' l">yl was  el  ohihi    ior  about 11 month   and the  rotnha dislnfi i*Ud.   On the r������-0p.-nluj.{  ol ili-jaihoel iht'vi'.i 'r. 11   >wr.* ull ex-  nwined mid u number    of  th-;  children wi-re sunt luiu- uu I - liune *b nlren  wim had li...I ,In'  dbiu*o v.'i-iv   m������i   -I-  low-d in  in- ml 1 .ili- i-l tfi u uuiiilh itf-  livj r-'h-iHr  n'Jiii' iiii,u* mum).   Liitiir it  war. fuuir   in'ii) />������')' lO<*t'i.*'.iiune ol ill''  pr*,umiy eluiwi.-' -iu'-Ii th'hl wan kIvdii'  diHlnli-ci in with liiriii'ii' n.i t" 1 ui i'i!--1  Ktd-ninf.ot   cloth. 1*   biiotc ,tli. ir it-  lurn.   (11    thin   wny,iho  illsh.me w������u  'tiriTHiul.    A   i*iiupli'������f luivi* Ju>.t ������.t  < mi ly  iii'iniii'.l. hu.   '..*���������*���������' |Mi-l'ililyi>i'-   inun  anui-tni<;<   seiu'i'i   miln'ilia-  nim-lhiH le.iti pi' viii-nt i" MHsmto the  Html h,  During lli'' y- -i-r u nuinhei ������l ���������tixj-i'-'i  I .1 . . nni -I'llllV" I'l'iHI I '"1 't.'il -Hid ''in'  ;<.  1,1   "Mil.-       IHhul,.tlllll     llllhfll.il,   Whli'll  jii-innl 11.   b ��������� an   .iuK'-.i*. i"-"I   ������'i"'* td  fni- l\i-ii 1 ii   r.o.i-. 111 r. nl u i- li wl I.e. 11 ���������>���������  ,l|)   ;. >     'J 1.. ��������� i'i. .if      l.|i ;lli,'i|i|.iii|t ur. 111 r  fit, fun" wiih treated I- i-.'"ini'.l)' in the  l1OHpil.1l in nu l������ii!'0''i}   '.v.'.ll    411-1 nne  IVItlHI-Ill  .<������ I IV      .'.      \/, .   .111".. ..Il.ll. ->  Tr-''iiijuilli������ ������nd m \ire-\irt.m-iim very fav  orai'ly,  Th-- iri'l'* '���������iiHi.-i. ti'*-'- I- n i*������������������ i' 1  V-r tin* pvoviti' i-l if- (' -'i.HHiiinl 1 In vi'  1 un- rheeit at'l1' tutrei in������|iortnr������-writ  tenri'piivt from -lniii.���������*. I v nuhl ve-  com um ndthii; h<i-y 'm.e-> .miiair-  li'A-howl-'K   H'l'rt't    ><t le 1 hv   e- wn,  Ther..   Ini������������b.>. n ���������midh' ii.-iiHivi-i -ni  When In Courtenay Stay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenierfe for Riieste;  The OentiRl Kottl for flportsmon  None but the Be>t of Wines and Liquors  ������ t IM"* "A  RATES BEytSbNABLE  JAPANESE  *i wah  John* Johnston,    Pro  at ajiiiw Price,  Wholosale^and Retail.  Sweet ami Olotin 'jti ���������  ity  Solbs.. S2.65  Fresh Fruit  On Wednesday audli'f hurscky  of each week we bave fruit.  Call aud give us a visit.  D. Hunden,  KOTIOE is hereby given that, 80 Aajn  after date, I iutend to applylto the Hon  Chief Oomminaioncr of Lnnda nnd Worka  for n Jicoroeltofprospeot for o.nnl|imd|pot-  rolonm ou U������o;ff������lJowlna:dPBcril>*dJlandiii  Coinmoneinjf nt u pont plantod nt the  north, wost cormr nt tho'Minn U������erve,  known natho I'-mtladK'o Indian llweros  being Bcolion 12, Comox X* striot, oou  tnlnius 209 aorea.  Da d 8tli day of Ooiobor, Wt.  AliliAN WJHVIN,  B, IIodiih'in, Aiieitt.  NOTICK i������ hereby Kiven llml, HO daya  nftor ilnte, I lnteu.1 t<>,nl������l'lyt<" l>'������ J1'"1*  Ohief Commlfiii met ol Landa and W'orku  for a lioenoe to \xmn\mRl tor uuul and pot-  rolanm on the filt/wltitf ileiurlbed landei  Cimi.tetwli'l,' nl ������ v*������ V*nn-eA tm-}}���������  \mvxh at th" north-ea������t iwrnT nf ..the  Indlr.w IXtxierre In Coraoi Hnrhuur,  Itnnwn aeHMitlun 4.t'<tm.iic -nihlriut, bo-  ngnn ImUnii U-������������'������ .    ������on'a'nini{ IW  ���������ores. .  DutttUlwHth day-������<>������h.������w������', 1{W7.  0.0 iu; UN A III),  K. Wtiuttttiti, ARtmt.  Cumberland B.  NOTIOB.  Ridiug on locorooliveB and' railway cars ol  the   Union   HolJiery  Company liy any  person   >>r  per-  Bona���������except ratn crow ���������ii' strictly  prohibited.    Kmployeea  Are sub-  loc tn diBiniflBal for ������llov: i% name  By ordor  Krancih D. Littih  Manager,  1 -i4j.-ji-.������.i������u'Jiiij.^--.j ia. in.   mi uiujim.in-m.Bgi  Dominion  Hotel  VietoHa, B. O.  Tho Hatue imi Lower tliim other  fii'st-olnsH hotolH, will) Anconio-  tlation Superior.tu many,  Kouiiih with ur' without bath,  Ami'i'icitii Plnn   51.50   to $2.60.  pur day. \  European Plau,   Ilooinn only,  .50 to $1,50, por day.  Vtoo litis, ���������     ���������  STEPHEN  JONES  Victor!*,  Uusisls,  Sh������wnigMi,  *i  C..bbl������ Hill,  ('iiivichan,  Kciknilah,  Dunciu'i,  5triiti������nei,  \V*i\holwe,  Oheuialnui,  L'adynmith,  South Wellington,  K������n.it mo,  WalliiigtDB,  D������. 9.00  9.04  10 17  10.22  10.40  10.48  10 53  11.00  11.07  11.18  11 32  11.57  12.18.  13.30  Ar 12.53  Sunditv  Wed.   Sit-  No. 3  De. 15 00  '     '15 04  IG. 1  16,Ih  10 3  . .10.41  io.-i;  16.5b  17.1 -  17. v.  17 ���������'���������'  17.5*  .     IS.iV  18.3U  Ar 18 4.  SOUTH BOUND���������Rend Up.  Victoria,  Rumtli,  Sh������wiiig*n,  ii  Cobblo Hill,  Cowichan,  Knk.iUh,  Dunouu'*,  Snin������noH,  Wi<ihulm������,  Uhtnikittui,  Lftdyxnith,  <i  8on������h Wtllltdton,  Nutulrrio,  WtlllniiUB,  No. 2  Ar. Vi.Ot  12 02  10 51  10,48  10.40  10.15  10 OH.  10.02  0 47  .9.37  9,!i5  Ds. 0.00  Ar. 8 50  8.28  8,15  Dt, 8.00  No. 4  18.E5  18.51  17 85  17.30  17.V2  17.0������  17 03  Id 5K  10 43  16 32  1C.22  Do. 15 58  Ar. 16 48  15 27  15 15  Dt. 15 00  NOTICB is horoby given that, 80  days after date, we Intend to apply  bu tlie Hon. Chiof Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a licouco to  prospect for": coal and petroleum under tho foreshow! and under -.ho wu-  tor und upon the lands known as  Whlto BlulT ltosorve, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing at  -u-post-p!anted-about-20-chains-oust-  irom tho west .end of Uooso Spit, in  Comox Iiarlior; thonco north 80  chains; thonco o.-\������t 80 chains; thenco  south 80 chains; thence west 80  chains to placo of commencement;  containing about 640 acres, known  s Claim NO. 1.  Dated this 19th day ol  foreinber,  1007..  VANCOUVER   COAL PROSPECTING   COMPANY.   LiMITRD,  E. Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE Is horol.y given that, 80  days nftor dato, wo inUmd to npply  to tho Hon. Chiof Commissioner of  Lands and WorXa for a licouco to  prospoct for coal ami |otroloum under the foreshoro nnd under U.o wator rtiiil on tho lnnda known us Whlto  UhifY IlcBorvc, Comox District, described ob follows: Commencing nt n  pi������l plantod nt Ihe^souUi-weet corner of Claim No.si; thenco west 80  chains; thonco north about 00 chnins;  thenco or.atorly, following the Blnuo-  iltlcs of the shoro lino tn tho north-  wont boundary of Olalm No. 1;  thenco south about 65 chuins to tho  placo of commencement; containing  abovt 600 acres, and known iw  Claim No. 2.  Datod tWs l&th day ol Xivo-ntier,  1.007.  VANCOUVER  COAL PROSPROT-  IN(1  COMPANY,   I.IMITKD.  E, Ho<lgaon, Agont.  chains to the placo of commencement ..  containing 640 acres, and knouit   aa  Claim No. 5.  Datod this 19th day of  -ic.-soiunr,  1907.  VANCOUVER  COAL PROSPECT--  ING   COMPANY,   LIMITED.   E, Hodgson, Agont.  NOTICE Is herohy-given that,  uift,.  days aftor dnto, wo intend to apply  to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner   of  Lands   and Works   for a licence   to  ���������proupoct for coal and i-otroleum undor tho foivshoro and under the water and on tho land in Comox   District, described as follows: Commencing at a pent    planted at tho north  w\et corner of Claim No. 9;   thenco  south    60   chnins;    thonco west   SO  ohalna to tho shore line; thenco rorth  80 chains; thonce east 53   chains to  the shore lino; thenoo following    the"  sinuofattks of the shore to place   of  commencement; containing about 000  acros, known au claim Na. 6.  Dated this 19th day ol Novemner,  1907.  VANCOUVER  COAL PROSPECTING   COMPANY,   LIMITED.   E. Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that; 30  days after date, wo intend to apply  to. the Hon. Chief _ Commissioner' of'  Lands and' Works for a licence";. to ���������  prospect'for coal and jotroleum .under the foreehore and under the water and un the land iii Comox District, described as follows: Commencing at a post filaivtod near the ������outh  east corner of tho Indian Reserve,  Comox Harbor; thonco weet 53  chains; thonco north about 20 chains;  thence easterly, following the sinuosities of thu B^ore line to place of  commencement; containing about .100  ticree, known as Claim No. 7.  Dated this 19th day of November,  1907. -  VANCOUVER   COAL  PROSPECTING .COMPANY,  LIMITED.   t E. Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICE is hereby' given thnt, 30.  days after date, we intend to apply  to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a licence to  prospect for coal and \ etroleum under tho foreshore and under tho v. a-  ter and on tho land in Comox - District, described as.follows: "Commenc--  ing at a post plantod at the southwest corner of Claim Nii. C; theiir.o  north about 40 chnins; thence wost  about 25 ohaiiis to the shore: tlu'iice  southerly, following the sinuosities "ol"  tho shoro lino to the place of   cum-   *���������  mencement;  contuining about -90 Lores,' known h's Clnim' No.' 8.  Dated this 19th day of A. veraber, .'.  1907.  VANCOUVER  COAL  PROSPECT.  INO   COMPANY.   LIMITED.   ���������      E. Hodgson,  Agent,  NOTICE is-hereby given that,  30  days aftor date, we Intend to apply  to tiie Hon.  Chief Commissioner   of  Lamia   and Wori.s   for a licence   to.  prospoct for cpnl and votioleuhi 'under the foreshoro and und.er the water nnd in the .iMid In Comox   Dis-'  trlct, i-os rll^.ns follow*; ;Com';nt:-n*>.  log at a post plantod nt the southwest corner of1 Claim No. ,*���������;'.  theuco. '  oust 80 chains;, tlic nut. no uth   aoout--  OS uhfllns to    shore liue in'  NoUon  District;    thonco -uestorly, following  tho sinuosities, of tho shoru to, placo  of commencement; , cuutalninfc about  3(30 ncres,  known as    Claim No, 9,  Comox Ilnrhor.  D.itod this 19th dny of November,  1907.  VANOOUVERvCOAL.PROSPECT-*  ' ING CUM* ' "        i I'M IT ED. ' ������������������        .     E, Hodgson, Agent.  ThouMnd Mile ������nd Commutation Tu-  ketn on t.xle, good over rati and steAiuei  lines, ut two -tnd one-hnlf centi per mile,  ��������� Special trnins and steamer* for Excur.  liont, and reducerl rties for parties my  be nrntuKed foi on application to the  Diit, l'aii. Akenut Victoria.  The Compunv retervet the right to  chaiiKe without nreviuus notice,S'CHiner*.  inilinu dates nml hours iiif ,������alliiiK..  Excursion Tickets on ,Sr*le from nnd to  nil .StHtinuii, |������ooil lur goiny journey Saturday intl Sunday, ���������remrni������8 nut later  .lun Monday.  J, W.TIlOUPj Oan. Hop, B.O, Com* Sur,  0. L, COUItrNKY, DUt. Frl. * leu. Ag.  NOTICE in bere'.y given tht.t, 80  dn'o I'.ftri' dilte, wo ititoml to a|ply  to tho Hun. Oblof Conunlieioner ot  Lands nnd Works for a licauce to  prospect for eon? and i etroleum ua-  dee Uie foreshore and ui\der the w*-  ter and on the land in Coniox District, deicriLed as follows: Cnnunvno*  Ing at a post plantod at tho soi'th-  west corner of Clnim No, )), tVmox  Harbor, NVInon Metrlrt; tlie.tco .���������**,  ttt ehalne; thenee eouth 80 ���������halite}  ter on the huvde In Comox Hardor, . the&ee west 80 eltalnej thenco in rtit-  doscrlbod ne follow*: Pommdnelng at    orly, following tho elnuocitlea of tbe  NOTICE Is horoby given that, SO  day* nftor dato, we Intond to apply  to Wis Hon, Chief Commlseloner* of  Lancle and Worke for a licence to  proepeet for coal and'. retroleiim nn  dor the foreshoro and undor the nn  In tlm tffeinifi'  , t  lit ,A       . .   I  . ,.���������' , ,!l ���������:���������  . ������    i -��������� > i ��������� ���������    i  : ��������� <H ��������� i .-             ���������  ,;-. . ' ..      I  , i  .'lllill-  I  J11������ t ,G I  13  iOHN McLKODS  KOU PIlWT-tJLAHK  CANDY. XRU1TH.  CKIARH vt TO������A0COH*  WA������llrM*->te'>K^ A'-" ������������������*���������** "-i"-'"  -������������������I Hut, with or without hoiu������.It  must *.* ������n iMt wi ������o ���������������> ������*' l-*������'������i ^h**  *ix*i   rt*x- i.������ie������.   I-  ���������'*'*  iwt-t  wnUt.    mate piln.'. Will p������f ��������� ������<-������d  j in- li r iiu hi I'i '���������!��������� ���������!>'���������  I Hayman & Maxwell. ��������� ���������  ** 'i  Proprietor*.  "���������TEAMSTERS, and DRAYMKN< ���������  MNC.I.K  nnd  DOUBLE   RK.S  :;F������.r   HIRE.       ALL   ORMiRS! [  KUMI'ILY   ATTENDED TO,,  ;: 3i*d St. OunrtiBPland;:  Morroclit tV'os,  ���������BAKERS  TJUKAl), Cakei and We* deliver  od daily to any part of City,  Tonee aaoln'Hienteiut whole  ������������������?���������meit^mUttm,'l-htrr.  vAr"cm**\   ffi,fiTf������ ������1f nrnw'l'tn or innltrit In  Cotton Root Cooipooiid,  a poet planted at the south-oast  comer of Claim No. 9, on Gooso  Hplt; thonco south no chains; thenee  tfo������t'rt5 ehal-hit v to tho ehnro llncj  thenco nhout 35 chftlna north-weetor-  ly, following the wlnuodltUn of tho  eliore line; thonco north OS ehalne,  thonco eaet 80 ehalne to  place of oontmoncement; containing  about (ISO acres, known as Olalm  No, n,  Dated thle 19th day of Ntowuier,  1007.  VANOOIJVBR OOAL TOOSriQOT'  INC1  COMPANY,  I.IMITKl).  W. Hodgson, Agent.  ��������� NOTIOW le b*rohy given that, 80  day* after date, we Intend Jo apply  to the Hon. Ohlof Oommleeloner of  Lamia and Works for a Ucodco to  prwapoct for conl and petroleum under the fnroehoro and undor tho wator and upon thn land In Comox  Harbor, and doaerlhod ns followe:���������  CommonclnK at a poet plantod at tho  south'weet eornor of Olalm No, 1 i  thenoo eeat 80 ohalna; thenee south  no renins'" thitnm west 80 ehalne i  thence north 80 chelne to plaee of  commencement; eunttthnng OAil wiw,  known as Claim No, 4.  Dated thle JWh day ol H������vemh*������r,  1007  VANvTOIJVHH OOAL PRO8PE50T-  INO  COMPANY.  LIMITKD,  L. Uudnaun, A������,v>.t.  NOnCFJ le herehy etlren that, 80  daye after date, we Intend to apply  to the Tion. Ohief Commissioner of  Landa and Workt for a lleeaee to  prospect for ooal and petrnletmi under the forMhora and tinder tne wator ami un the land known as White  ItlulT naserre, Ootnox District, dee-  frlliw-t as fnllnwsr Onmmenelnir at a  post planted at the north^aet eorner of Claim No. I; thence east 80  chain'*; tlwnee sooth 80 ehalne; thenee  n*   xftton   einmm   m*wee 08  shore line to place ot oomwnceinont;  eontalninfl nhout 000 acre*, known  ns Olalm No. 10.  Dated thi n 19th ' day of Novom ier,'  1007.  VANCOUVER COAL PROSPECT.  INO COMPANY, MMTTED,  ',,,;  ���������   F'" ^g"0"' ���������K**,,y  NOTICE le hwohy nlven that, 80  days after dnte, I Intend to apply  to the Hon, Chief Oommlwtloner of  Ijxndn and > Works for a lieonee to  proepeet for eoai and* petroleum under tho foreehore end undor the water and on the lands In Comox Harbor, Comox District, described as  follow a: Commencing at a poet  planted at the northwoet corner of  Claim No. 7; thence aouth about 00  ehalne; thence west nhout 3H ehaini;  thenee westerly, following the elnuo-  alths of Ura shoro lino to the mouth  of the Courtenay Rlvor; thence oaat-  erly following the trlnutieltlos of the  shore lino to place of commencement!  containing nbout 97fl acres.  Dated this 10th day of November,  1907,    it, HuiruHuli, JP"*"  -Z2L  ^ZL  .PWWI  fY  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  NOTICE   is   hcrehy    gilvcu   that  &0.   days   alter   date   I   intend    to  apply   to   t,i<?    Honorable     Chiet  Coiiniss o'ier   ot Lam's -anJ" Works  fo^ a   lto.'-usQ   to     prbspeiot     for  coal   anu   potJ.o/������um   under    the  foHowing   described,   lands   situate  in   Sayward'   Diotrictaud   being the  Campbell   River   Indian   Reserve ;-  Counnclwoing   at_ a   post     situate  on   lue   bauk   of   Campholl   Hiver  and   b^lng   tbe   nort-wost   ooruer  of   ail   Kesecvo, thenoe cue   souht  ���������������5    chains    more   or   les   td   the  south-west'   corner   of   said Reserve  thenco   ,   due   euat   60    ohains   to  sea    beach,- thonoo        northerly  .dod* south-westerly nlonaca   hoaoh  eindt   Campbell   j-iveln   toplaoa      of  oomme-uoemeut.  Datc'cl   t<his   10th   day   of   Jan-  WILLIAM   BEVERIDGE.  E.   Pi hut,  Ag nt  nary,   1808.  and  a ndi  and  and  NOTICE is .hereby given that 30  days after date I, intend to apply to the Houtr.ble Chl.f Com  misaioncr of Lands ani Works  lor a lioensa to prospoct for coal  patrol.um under Ve foreshore  under tho wator on the lauds in  opposite Sayward Distriot  d.soiib.d as follows ;-  Comimncing at a post planted  at tho suuth-. ast corner of Cam  pbell River Indian ResiM-vc.thcuco  dud em- 80 chains thence -due  *.outh'71 chatns.thcnce due wost  40, chains more cr lis to" hl/h  ,waten mark thence following  sho... Hue to place o. c mm n    mrii  Dbt'ed   this   10th   day   of   January,     1908/  E. TRIEST.  f.'OTICE is hereby given that  30 dnys after date I intend to  npply -o" lh H nimbi- Cl.i f Com  miiisionci' of L uls t<nl Works  for a lio,'use to prospect forcoal  aiKlpetrcl.um under the forrshore  Mid   under   the'   water   on the  lands    in   and   opposite   Sayward  Distiict   an.I   dtseiibd   ai"  follows  Co:nni neing    nt   a    post    plantod  at     h      cu h- a t  o ii.  ;pb ,11    Indian    Resprvw cfieuce  Vlui- east 40 -chains t.hn*e due  no. Hi 80 chains, h uce due west  lo 1 igh wat-T uiark, thonco following sl/or-i* 1'ne topl:ce of \coni-  menc-ment.  Dated   this    lOlih   day   Of   J&nu-  uiy,   1908.  lUllUY.  WI",FIN JON  _^ K.   Pit.st. Atrcin.  NOTICE Ss hereby given tha.l'  CO d'tys aftci-* d^to I intend to  to l.pply to the Honorable*. Chief  Commissi*, u r if Lns md Works  for u Ha nsi> to po-spt'tt for  coal and pelrol-um uud r tho foi  lowing doscrib.d l.nds situate in  Sayward Distric.and b ing lot 71  iQuinsant     fciver,   Indian    Roserve  Comm. licing nt the south ea.it  oorner of said reaervo , thonce  due noith 51 ch tis, thonco due  wost tO ohains td Quinsam River  I hi noo southerly ul ug Qujisam,  .Ill-v.-r '0 iho loulh'wost corn tr  of ���������' siid'- roserve, U:������enoo due east  75 chains m^re or Icbs to plaoo ot  commotio, auut,   r-  Di.iu-d   thla.   10th   day of   Janu."  my,   1908.   ^ ^ WEBMElt.  E.    Vrcal,   Agutit  NOTICK is Iniix-byi givon that  3C dijii titlev date I intnud .10  apply .u tin Honurahlo Chief Qomrals  sionr ofi Luni!n and Works fo������  a lici-iiso to pi'onpi'iM for ooal  und piit'oKum uir'ur tho tore  bliuin jind under tli.i w.U r.r On  tilii'l hinds hud opposite Sayward  Dimiio,i und d������*H0i*|bud us follows,;-  Ooinun-iiciiig   i.t ��������� a   post'  plnntud  ��������� on "'th������   wn   ' e cli  . C li In*   ii'   t  of     h    sitt lt    qb    corner   of   lot  73    Bnywnrd   DilurioV^   thenoodue'  vuet    BO ohMim,   thonco dut   iouto  ������0    chiiilna,   thenoo   duo   weat   65  ehi>(iie'iuoi'e   or   lo**s o   h gli   water  murk   on   son   b.i.vb, then-: iwr lur  ly   along   said   s<v,i   liitih   to   tin  pUi-t!   ot     ui un i  ������.'ui iv ,  Dated'  thla   lith   day   of   Janu  at*-,   1908.  8.   J.   EMANCJEL8,  E.   IViviit, AgftiiU   NOTICE Ib hVimtoy givon thnt  10' days* after. datW It IjutfUd tu  apply to thn Honorablo Chief  Conimlaa onor ot Laous aud Work*  for a lle*UNo to proHpnut , for  conl uni p.'tiol um in im* thii.tu.o-  klioro and lun'Ur tho wAt'or ou  the Uiidn ln and mippoalioOomox  I)iairiot a'nd doueilb d ai follows  Coniini'iicliig ut .|i posh plauted  on. -liti aoa Haa oh 10 ' olwUia  HOfib of thl< 5ilth paratlul oil  Jutliudu. tbenoe due' eeat DO  eh. Iimi,tbenouduo lOuth 80 th lm  thi noo duo w'eM    ti oluini more or  J rea to high vet.r mark at aoa  >eecb theliMj uortherly alongnald  aea, toecb to plaoo of oommeji-  cowent..  Dated  thla  Uth  day  of  Janui-  airy,   1108.  ���������W.   *.   VAN  IIOUIEN^  Rt   Vrhtt,  Agdn'l'.  NOTICE, ta htirohy given tbat  Sty daya afK������r dn.tiv I int������nH to  eMply ot tb'u Uonoinbld Chiof  lOammlanlonOrbf t'Lnnda audi Work*  for a Ilccnsi' to prospect ^or eoai  and petroleum under the fore-  tbntm ana unuor tno w������t m on  the landa In ntul oppoMtfi Oiwi-  ox. Dletrlot' and doaerlbed aa tot  lowsi*  Coinmencing a\ a pout planted  at\ tbe a a beaeh nt tho north-  teat comer of aaetlon 20 Towu-  nhl^p 1, Oomnr IWntilot, theuvro  duo eaat 80 ehalna,thenen due  iputh 80 okaliM^ theuoe due  weal It chaina more or kaa to  high water mark, ou tho aea  boailf, thtnee aotlbejrly along , aaid  Ka beaob to place of oomsnoe-  PtentV  Dated tble Utb day  o Janu*  try,  1908,  Wl   I.  CAVANAOII,  E.   Prr.ut,   Atjont  NOTIOK- ia hereby gllren Uiat  IA daya afUf date I Intend to  ���������pptf t������  tbe  Honorable  Ohief Oo-  mmissionT of Lands end works  for ai license, fco prospect 'for  coal and petroleum under the Coiv-  flior^.".J'.^,;,.".uuijlfcl' -t^ .water on'  il>< lands in and opposite Comox  District  and   desoiibcLd- as   follows  Commencing at a post planted  on thy., sea beach about 8 ohaius  north of the south ua.st * coin i'i'  of lot 210, COmix DCst'V., Ikiicc.  U<uo oaat 8.0 chains th (noo due  south 80 chains ilnnee duowist  :i0 uhains moro or les* to high  u.iU'f mark, on sea biaoh,Unio������  northerly along said aea beaoh lo  to   place   oif   oominoiuc'emeut.  Did tod this 11th day of Jauu  ary,   1B08-  F.    B.   SPRINGER,  E.   Prusl,   Age>it.  NOTICE   is   licroby   given   that  30   daya   aftor 'dato.  1   intend,  to  npply   ,to   tlto    Honorable      Chief  Commissioner   of Lands and   'Works;  for   a   liounso    to   prospect for coail'  andpatnlcum    under thc   foreshore  and u'udec tho wai'or on   th'e  -lauds   :  i.n.   and   opposite   Comox   Diaii'ict |  uubA   desoribed   as ' "iollowsr; '.  Commouciug at a post planttcd  on the Hia beach about 10 cnuins  north   qf    tihe    north-'east     corner  ;,tV.ot. 2^2     Ui-mux  U btni-t,     il.������;..������:'  uui\uast 80 chains tfiwarov. aue  south 80 chains, then.e due w,eii  ^j h.i:.snior. o 1 s to Li0h water mai'k ��������� on 6ea .beach, Kth.-n^u  iiorih.-i-ly cloug sail, sea btach lo  plaou   of   oommeuooment.  Dutcd this 11th day of ' Janu  ary,;. 1908.-  W,   A,   CLARK, .  E.   iJiie*j(..   Agejit:'  ���������NOTIOE in hareiby given that  :-.0 daya aftor date I int-uiid-' to  apply    to.   the    Honorable        Chief  , Commis: i oner of Laniis and. Works  for a lioens.c IIj prory^o'c ��������� for'  coal and pi-.trolcunt unJcr the  tori shore and un-lor tho water  oi:> Hid hinds in and opposite  T'omLix D;nt riot,and d^so.Tibed na  fellows ;-  Commcming   at     a-   post planted  In   thn , sea.   b'a"h. at    the   norih  inst   corner   o-f   Lot    !'i0   Cc^mo.x  District,   thvnce'.   duo       < ast        80  chains, thtnee due   south    UO   chains  ;hctice   du^e    wibi'"'0'0   chain-ihore  or'  oi1   lesst    o    high    watci  nai-k  at   sea    bjach,   1 h>:noc   ������orll erly  along   sea    beah    lo   placo   L,i:,4m  'ii* nc nn*nl.  Dated    htin    11th   day   of- Janu  _ny,���������1808.���������  E.    HO:5SON,  E.    Piivfct,   Agent.  ,NOTIC0������    is" hereby    givrn    tha.t  ���������"��������� i'i   days after   date    I , int oud    to  pply to thf Honorablo Chiuf  Cuii.'miss.ow..,r of Laii.u Wor s  tor a- license t o prospect for  noal and petroleum uiiilqr Iho  ���������lori'Hh'oro und i.uder thu water  ni th������ I .ni.s in nn:l opp.-.slic  Coniox   DisU'ict       and     desloi'oed  i.    tuillu'wu;������'  Oomm-miug. at a post planted  on tnic rt-a \boaoh at tho norih-'  i ast Oi>iiini> ot Lot- 125, Como������  uuslnci     iln. neo . iluiH      t-a^l       6(1  'illHIllfl', .   I'hMlCO     uuu    SUIItil t'l)  vhaiiiiSf   th^'uuu    oue    tvetHi .15  i:lia<iii*} more or l.ss lo high wat  ut* mark on sla beach, th'iuuo  vioi'.h'c'ily along said soa* beauh-to  |jlau<.   ot*   cauiino.iiutincut,  Daacd uus i.m uay of Janu  ary,   ll>0a���������  WILLIAM   LOLUi.N,  lu.    PiiLht,   Agent,  ���������i     ; . ��������� i mm    rt-'trtavB  'NOTICE   viie   hereby   givon   tlitv  I'iOi  days   nftor   date.'. I.  intend   to  npply   tlo   the   Ilonnrablo      Oh.lof*  'Olomm\*'l'on,nr    o,f'    Lands       nnrl,  Works   for   n   llooivso   to      pron-  p.et   for   co I   nnd   pitiol um   i n-  d,or   the   foro   shoro     and   under.  the   water   on   th<.   IniulH   in nnd  ipposits   Comox   Distriot   nnd   de-  ncrlbed   os   .fallows-;  ronimt<nelng   nt   a   post    planted;  i'a   thv>   eoa   bt>ach   at   i���������-ul.iitn������L  oorii/n-   o   f   Lot -IB.. Ciiriox 0s-  trleu thence   d(in������   inst' 80  cliainA  the noo* due   south     80      chains.,-  ihence duo w.c hi ttU ehaini   more   or  l'Si      to   pUco   ot   ootnra'Mioi.m.'nt  Del"' 'Ida Uth dny of Janu  a!ry,   1908.,   ,  \        ������D.   O,   WILLIAMS,    ������������������.'  E.   Priest, Agent,  foresWore and und-ar th������ wwt-crs  OC., the Hilda iu. and opposi te  Comox '.District ai Id describud *a<9  fcllows;-  Commenoing at a post planted  t������n .(he sea: beach at tho north  east 'oorner��������� of s*clion25, town-,  ship 4-, Comox DSs'trict, thi'incedu^  cast .. 80 chains, l hence due south  50 rhuirs, th nee. duo wist HO  ohaius moro or loss to high watt r murk at s^a beach , theuco  u: xv, along st i i Mm boa- h to  uluos   of   comm ncom<n'.  Dituti this 13th -auy of Janu  ary.   1908.  W.   R.   Alil.'OL"),  i      'JS.   Pr.t'st,   Agoiil  NOTIC/E is hereby givbn that  80 days after date I intend io  apply to the Honorable Chibf  Commissioiicr of L.'.ndsaud Works  for a license to prospect for coal  and pi'troleuni uud-.-r the fore shore  and und.'j- ih: water cu lh. 1 .n Is  in. and oppos to Comiox Disuiot  umd   di:s>. ..ov d   a j-   fui-ows;  Comm.iutng   at   a   pn.*t    planned  on   thc   sea   bcaCh   at   thu   noi:h  l.-isit   oariuui   of   lot   14!,       Comox  District,    tin-nee   duetaai   80oLa, lis*  I hu uce due   south 80 chains, nhunco  aue   west   70   th.ius   more   or   hs  to     high      water      mark    at      sea ���������  bcaoli.th-Mi-vs   uorthiily along   said  iua b-aoli to place of   commuucem'.'iit.  Di^ed this 13ih* day of January, 1908. .  ���������    ''    G. WON.DE.t.  E1.    Pr i st,   Agent ���������  NOTICE "is hereby givun th������L,  30 days after date I inti*ud to  apply at iJie Honorablo Chi.of  Commissioner of Ij-iiidsunl Works  for a license to prospect for  coal anid petroleum uuaor iba  fores,hor<> and under th s water  on the lands Ln and oppivJ if.  Comox DLsuiJi and described[as Col  lo ws,-  Commonctng ;it a post planted  on th.*. stiii, bua.h at ihe bouilf  i-es: co n r of bt 15i at the  mouth of Oyster River Comix.  Dili, riot, t hence due i ast 80 chains  iIkmcj due t-Jiuh t'O <>bo\ns thence  due west ;;0 ..-oli:iL'i<s more or 1 a-,  to iiigh M'tt.e.r .mark a tf "cu bea c li  llier.cj    "webtelly    a.lunt{ taid l-.. ;i  beaih "to    plaie   of communcum. u .  Diiied   this   13th-   uay   oE   January, i0:8  F.   A.   YOJNG.  K    i'rli'st,   Agent  NOTICL' Ls hereby givin that  30 daya aite.r date 1 intend to  u������>ply lu thij Uond"rable Ob'.'-t  Commi'isi:f.<.'.ii;r of Lanes and Wur ������  for a lU':ei:se to pio. y!:ct c*a.  aaid' pcitruluum uiid-r t'h.������ fore-  Khoi-ii A ml under th>j water on  the L.iaJs in iind  ad'  in-ox(   ,D'i.taiJi;  tti ows;-  Co'.nm n iug  on   the.   sea-  chai.no   north  oppo- ite1  desoiibid  Co-  as  nl       p. ost    pl.inted  oea'ih    ubout*        20  w s. erly    froin    the  1 north-' abt   corn.r   oi   s'oiLn       4  tewnuhip 5, t'omox DisViici,     then e  ino   ,-', uth'   WJ   chaiiir, ii.heiioodtrn  .vceh,   MO.   ���������sh.ii.us, th u '��������� e   iluoBuuth  00   ih :ins moro o   lot's in    -i h   wn   ,  te.r   mark   al   tnea    tench,    tho noo  ������ouih*> asterly   11 ng   said sea  biu h   io   pla o   of   (ommeiic m ut.  IXited   ihia   13th   day   of   Jnnu-  n. y,  10*8  W.   11    .   BENTLEY,  K,    P.iio&t,   Agelit,  "Ts'OTlCE^ 'I ')  h ru'by'giv n   thni'  SO   days   nfUM'   daUt   I   inttcnd   to  H'Piply to- Hhvilliiiorahlu-   *���������'     Chief'  Commissioner ol I.unJa an t Works Cor  n   li p. n-t.*   id "-.pospiiot   Ior    conl  invl   p   rolcuin   u d.'r    h,fovea ore  ', Ji'.l   und..i'i   the   i.vii er   ."ii,*   .tne  'imidn   in   iiiitl   ttppoiRt"    C������ mox Dis  fit   iin:l   (l acrlb d   a     !o1-ovvb  to  m n In,;    t   -i.  i".t   ilamed  on   lli.;    wu   b-aeh   about      i!0  chnljis   ii.   w.   from   'the      nonh  cast   ctim'Tut   H. 4.   T.   5   Comox  NOTlCli la hrreby givrii tlm  3d dnys aftor date I 'Intend to  apply to tho' Honorablo Clriif  OomuiUiluuer o.t Landa jaixl Works  for , a llernao to proapeot Ior coal  and putiol-iura, mirier the iom-  slrorv a<iid under tins wat it ou  tho land* In end oppOilio Comox  Diatrlot  ������iu>  di>koilhed   na   ft41i<wn  Oommmcliig nt a poit pUitod  on lh'1 a>a haa<b nt th< notli*  un,Ht eoriirr* of SeottonSt, Two.  Hhl'll 4i jdomo1!) INatrlol', tlu new  tl-in iwrith BO Chaina' thonce du*  1'iii't (10 rhnlim ih uuu duu aqiilh  HO ohn^tia thuico due wust 80  elmlna  to -ol e>  of  comm nQotnuit  Dated' tlna Uth day ut Janu  ary,   1008,  J.   F.   WORMtY,  R.   Prlni',  Agtfit'.  iJi-stricl,   thence-   due   uorth       60  chains, , iheuee.   duo   cast   E0 chains  thence   duo.   south   80 chains  thence due wisif 80 ohn'ns to  .ilace   af   commciiQ-iucnt.  Dlitud this ;3ih day ofi January,   1008.  U.   M.   rilGAR,  E.    Pri������t,    Agent.  NOTICE is licroby givon that*  'M days after dale 1 inumd to  npply    to   tho   HonarabU Chief  t'ominls-'Jon.jr of Lands and Works  for n. li-"= uso io p o pect for  ooal ant petroleum unite r f������  foreshorj and un lor tb# water cm  lh' In is lu i ud op o i'.R Comox  Ui-liioi unddcto -ibid as foi ows;-  Comm nclaig at a poe.. planted  Cn Uu. sen h*aJli about 20  cliiins noiihtw. ..leiiy fixm the  norilnnst co ner ot s ciiti'n 4,  towiLvhip 5. Comox Di I i t.th. nee  duo east 80 chains, ihnnu duo  s������u h 80 ih i is more or 1 s< to  high wator mark at si a bi.*.;ch  lh nc.. no t-h-w������aieily aom .s;;il  pea b n������h io ul <*o oH ccmm n.e-  nuiu.  ; *D'.nod thia l^th d.iy of January,   1903.  GEO.    D.   LCOTT  E. l������rii*st.   Aueut  NOTICE is hereby given that  4'J days atttei' date I intend to-  npply    to    th'i    Honorable Chief  Comm ayioue.r of Lanis and Works  for a li-i use ,o pio^p.ci for  eo. 1 and p troleum -ui.dler the  foreshore aud under the watur on  iiu- hirls in and op.oiue Comox  District and 'ti bcnb.d as.t^Lows ;���������*���������  Comiatnch.'g urt a .pogij _ planted  c.ii   Uie    sea-   bea"h    aLoiK 01  ch-tihs narlh-.-.viutuily from itis  south-, *asfw corner of section 3.  tewn-h p 5,Couiox Disiii-t ilince  due no.'th M0 chains, ilum* due  .ast -80 chainf., ilnnee due. sioul'h  SO 'chains, th-nceilu-. '*��������� s>r 80  ch'iis   io   pi oe   of   io:mD'i m ut  D'ated ih.;������ Kith day ul January.   1903.  F. H.   LANTZ  E.'   fri.-st.   Agent  NOTICE is. hereby gi.v<;u that  M riayj afioi- date 1 uituiid \o )  apply .to tho Honorable Chief  Commissioner of. Lanvs and Works  f j. a li ������������������ ns.* o pop o. for  co..l and p troleum undor the  foreshore ant under tiie wa.tet on  the linds-. in. and opi o lie Cv'mox  -rt--.-Hi>v-und u^soi'/rbiMl-as-fbllows ;-r   Commencing al a posg plantod  on    iho.   son    "beach    aUout ,10  norlh-'weslin-ly fi'om tlio southeast co ner ot ie^licii ���������"', tow n hip  0, CiJinox 'ULstrici, I'lie-nco duMeasf  80 chains, hu nee t u.s louh ' '0  chains moru or 1 i-s to high wa  tor mark at sea bmch, Ihuneo  nor. h-westerly alo:us snld ten.  b.ah    io   plaoe   of   commenci m lU.  D'aiel this )3th day of ,'lanu-  ary,   1/908.  S.   G.   GII3EHSON,  E.    L'riest.   Agent  ' " NOTlflE "is hereby given that  (it day/ aifder date I intend lo  apply to tho Honorablo .Olv'iof  Comnussiianer of. Lands aud Works  fi- ti li.'iime o p o-p ot for  ���������nl   mul   p tioleum     ui:d"r      tho  I* Ohor. 'in.I under Ul' Wll'.eV Oil  tho lauds in nrd opi.o lie Ccmox  Dialnot. and d> scj b-.<d as follows;-*  CommuicLiiK nf a .post planted  on th Odea beach ot th ��������� southing eorn.'i-l'ol: ������*, tclion* ������5, tiown-  ship' fl. Coinox Di'.'itilel. Uli'������noo  duo caw OS ch..iiiH., ihric dim  i!,rolb <i* ohnims,tImuoo duo west  1,0 ohains, lluni''3 (ii'*> south , 60  ohuii.s, more ur il s-s 'to 1 l0-)nvu  ter mark nt, seii beach, thonce  soiith-iaslorly nl'JiiK .Miid' --��������� stn  beaoh to place of e ���������mnu'iiionuent,  , 'Ditod this .liUh.dny of Jonu-  aty,   1008  ti,   I'.Ti Ot. Y,  K.  I'i los , AgMit,  9  The Making of a  Successful Wife  By CASPER S. YOST.  THE WIFE'S MOTHER-IN.IAW.-A  Nighty Important Factor In Making  Your Domestic Happiness ��������� If You  Play Yovr Cards Rijht Shell Prove a  Blessing You'll  Bc Thankful For.  eomo uuaer tne wire alongwiao your  mother whon it comes to cooking. Bnt  that isn't tho point. Tho nwfn business  of a wifo Is to plenso her husband, just  as it should be the mnlu business of a  husband to plcare his wife, and If his  mother knows n trick or two* that he  thinks great yon can't do anything better to please him than to make thom  yours. Aa n matter of fact she probably has a whole bunch of housekeeping  tricks up her sleovo that It will bo  worth your whllo to get acquainted  with. Housekeeping b a Eolonce, but  lt lacks moro of lieln.H* a fixed science  than nny I know of, nnd no woman  can hive bosaed a homo ns Ion?: as  Rill's nm has without accumulating a  lot of facts not dowu in th? textbooks, '  besides making sou.-, origlnirt discoveries of her owu. So I'd earnestly advise you, little girl, to let hor know nt  once that you want to tr.ko n postgraduate course under her. Somewnpre In  your copy book or your grammar you'vo  seen 'the' saying that imitation Is the  slncorest flattery, and 1 ain't letting  out uny state secrets "when I tell you  .that sincere flattery mnfces more  friends than a stuffed club. Go to  school to'the old lady, and yon'il get  closer to, her heart In three days than  ^a    "I ^t\ ^   '  Kj  Sitting up in Die parlor and running a  Qntrfast.  you could In six months sitting-up in  Ihe parlor, and running a gabfest . At  the baiuc time Willlnui will be climbing tho golden ladder to the seventh  heaven of delight, and. If he Isn't already certain iilnut It, he'll be convinced thnt bin little \vlfi> Is the great-.  ost that ever hapi-i>ni'*,l,  Mcks Her Feel at Home.  But tlmt Isn't nil, When Ills ma  comes, tuko'her. rlf,'ht In out of tho.  wet, figui-utlvi'ly sixrakin;{. Don't drop  hor dowu on si spindle logged clinlr In1  the drawing room. Thnt nNo Is fig-;  nrnHvoly rpeiiM**.-:, for I'm pretty <-pr-  t������!n you haven't got n diinvlng room,'  and I hope to coiwloiu'o you luivon't  got any spindle Inggpil clmli-fl, I re-  inemhernnt'O- But UmtViretliivgofrthe  ninlu rond. Whnt I menu to say In,  draw,her Into your'anil's,Jtt������t as yon  would your own mother. M-ailte, ber,  feel lit Iiowc, Millie hor feel, In" feet,  tlmt William's * wife Is her daughter  and worthy In every *woy to he eo eon-  alderod, Show her the respect at all  times that If duo to ber nge, aod if ahe  WAwmwh  .NOTIOK   le   boreb;  I  glvn thai  .10 dnys ofti'r detcl lul>.nd in  Commiaiionior oif Laude and Work*  to appl/ to the Honorabli Chief  for a llofliiae to proapeodforeoal  iimd puVtwlcuui uuui.1 IL.. fore  f-hnro and' vindi"r fhn wnt'f en  ���������thu land* im and opponito Comox  UN tt lot  and desoribed aa   follows i-.  Oomm^elng at a pout planted  on ihii esa beaeh' at the north  rant eorner of aeatlon ti, Towu  nhip 4 Comoi 1)1, ti lol, thi*nrcdue  north W������ ebaiiiB, ihones auunaotttu  ehalne, tbenee due aoutb 80 chaiue,  tthenee duu w tat W ehalne \o  plaoe   of  qootminioemrnt.  Dated  thla   1Mb   day  ot  Janu  ary,  1009,  3,   A.  TUOU80N,   B.   tfrleat,  Agent  NOTICB  U  bireby given  tbat  90   d������y������   nttor   tii.t.   I   lm, n i   m  to   ib������   Honorable      Chkf  , mi-fi* .���������i-^-m\^^am**ffr'm,-  King of icotch Whiskies.  has any cranky notions humor them,  She'll have them, all right She'll l.������ *  wonder for sure if sbe doesn't. Miifhty'  few peoplo can come down the hos.^v  stretch of llfo without developing a te%7  kinks that try the patience of others.  Even your old daddy has them. Yes,  I have. Why, I bet If you could iret  ono of these hero radium photographs ,  of my mental procees It would boK  like ouo of thoso.wiggledy hali'i:-'..:.*.  yon use to k������ep yonr sunshine from  gettlug loose. That's right, my der.r,  so don't let her kluks bother you. Vou  enn't straighten them, nnd they won'c  do you any harm if you let them a! ���������*-������.  Let her see, too, that ber boy is iu g.**!  hands. That's uu important point, for  It's something she'll bo most an*:loua  nbout. but It will be an eaey Jot* t-���������r  you. Rather It wiil be no job a: .-��������� !.  for I'm mighty certain he couldn't ;..������  in better hands. He'll nay eo hin-"-"'?.  If he didn't I'd be aftor him with  Koinothlug large and henvy to t'irr-���������.  .lust a minute now for the ot*T .<���������. '-\  A innn's love for hi.; motlier \,-r i  ot bin birth and Inats until bin dc  It is not the great cousuml*3g pm.. .^.i  of his life. That in reserved for the '  oilier woinaa, who.liucon:c<..i his -?���������',-���������}.  K':t, no matter how muc'u p-i'.-it."*.- ' !t  lovo may be for Ws mate, it ��������� ?  cclipMts lhrst p'U'lipi* affitilon fo>. ' *  r'oMier. Side by shi" they i.'. ��������� I  i-'o--f". the pimi nnd mo^ii of Ui.-' v.-f.--  shlp, to the end of his days. T!*.ey  should,   hut   sometimes   th^j    don't.  PoiiK'tinios   the  greater-    love  wanes nnd van-  l������hes. The lea-  Bur love ls imperishable.   Let  friction develop  between     the  wife    and    the  mother,    and,  though the man  may be tnio to  hln      iillcgluncc  to     his     wife,  though he may  stand    by    her  side   and   tako  her   part,   that  other love will  always be tug-  ginjr at bis heart.   No man can bo h it>-  py under such clrcumatance������.   vo -w *j  pVjpK*- &  Tulco her in uut. to Ca  wet.  who lovo3 lier husband can txr.'-'V ���������*"  wheu ho ls unhappy. Dun't take ic.f  such risks, little girl. Uilly's ���������i :-ho*irl  he your friend. Make her your .' *': I.  Keep her your friend. That's n!' ��������� >���������*:  Goo.'lhy,. honey. Your affect' ���������-. .ra  father. JOHN BNKE I)  P. S.���������For heaven's sake, dou't .Jt  Bill see this Vetter. J. B.  Oommliialoiar  of   Landa aud WorVe -ri,- HUD������0N8 BAY OO  for  a  lleenee    to   proapeelf     for   ' "e nwUvWI1������ a"'  ww  Mai W>������  pe*rtleuiu      under  the  Sole  A cent������ for B G  Couldn't Take a Jok������.  I met u poor old negro oue day putting ii wheelbarrow leaded wllh rn '���������':���������  Ing utensils nnd household effects.  SpoIus me looking at him curloucly. h������  shook his hoad and snid: ���������  "I can't etand lier no longer, bora���������I  Jch' nnteh'ully can't stand her no  longer."  "What's the matter, uncle?" I Inquired.  "Well, you see. hoes, she nln't got no  ncnso of humor. Sho won't lake a  Joko nohow. Tho other night I went  homo, nn' 1 boon talsln' a Uttlo Jtv* to  M'u'ni nm heart, un' I got to do l\ .cu  nn' tried to climb It, I got on do .top,  nu' I couldn't got ono wny or t'other.  Then a'ge'm'on comes ahmg, an' I k. ts,  'Would you mind glvln' mo n pt������<ii?���������"  Ilo anya, 'Which way do you wuin to  go7 I says, 'Either way-don't mako  uo difference, Job' bo I git off do fen'o,  fo'Jt'o powerful tmeomfable up yerop  So ho give mo n push nn' sent uio o.or  to'a'd my pldo.  'Then I wont homo, an' l*:-wnn'wl.  ���������umpln' to ont, nn' my olo women, ilie  Mwonldn't git II, nn' bo,1os^ fo' a Joke���������  da'e all, Jen* h Joko-I bit 'er on de  bald, ( But, would you believe It. f i$  conkbVt tnko u Jo!to! She tu'u nroun',  an' abo Bull Inter mo, sir, Buutpln-'  acnn'IoiiH. I couldn't do nothln', 'cuuee  I whh foolln' hind o' wenlt .on' th.rn,  nu' so 1 mudo up inn miu' I wu������n i  goin' to stay with 'or no mo', file  ninwtiln' shn gone out waahln', nrr'l  Jos' move right out. lt'a no uko try In'  to llvo with a woman who cnu't tului  a JoJfe."���������Now York Trlhtme.  Securing a "Poene  Off������nnu."  In tlio dnya nf tho Hunt India <-"i������  pnny n certain young ofllcor, m;i*   'id  author of "Itecollectlons of a lit >a  und Tlgor Hiiului," t'oininltlPil ni. it-  dlecrotlon.   Thoro wue nothlug In iho  act which touched hhi honor, hi"   t  wao a roUtntco, nud ho roeelvcd,r .' t  (hat Ida eervlcoH would ehortly li<< *' ���������*���������  potiBO'l with,   Holng full of grl'    ')  cudgeled his bra lun to find n way ������������t  of the dl/Uculty.  Jiwt nt that time a notorious idol  wwa wnntcd hy tbo govommci.t, mij  a largo reward ImJ \mn ottcrm'     *  hl������ enpturo,   The ntytvv !onm������, ���������' '*,  the roliel went regularly to i������  <.!-.���������.!  , ,,, .i.i , *.,     ,   ,  i,  ���������.'.plKhliortiivvt nf the piw������1 **na **������������������>*������������������,..  Ing with mutlnoom,  Nothing dnuntixl, he ������hkuiiu*i1 iho  larb ef a Nrnbmnn ami, harli,,*.    :���������'  tlouod o voliltlo nt n Kpot not far >     .  tho pool, tinlilly entered the wetet * * i i  w,.l-.������Li.l .        rt ,  h   |*w������.t   \i,   few...   ,.,. ..ity ,..!,*  i������uti   i>   nr *  bidden nhout hia waUt  Tbe yonng officer performed bin tn it.  Itoforo tbo man renld obtain vvr'.ue: ta  be and bit enptnr woro In the ''"i ;v  wanaclod (o on.ii olhiir. snd the <  hlelo nti-rer etopped utitll govci. *.  lM������������i"4������ wn������ it'ni'h*1*! nml tbe "pen. ���������  ferlng'' hnmlcil over te a high ������. ��������� I  tn lm dealt with.  Tbe olhr������r ilirt gagged tha rei.sj  and then dragicd him out of the -.a*  ter. UU daring and neonree saved  hlm bla commission. ,   /   THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COjfflJiIBIA.  1  During th������  Quiet   Season  ������������������������������ m ������������������ a  is the time to get your   watch repaired. More  watches are ruined by unskilled workmen than years  of wear.  Stoddart, the Jeweler.  Practical Watchmaker.  J  BUTOHERSHOP  Where are you going? lam going to tho Ooni<>x Co-operative Meat  Market, where I can get a Nice, Tender, Juicy Roust of Meat: No Bone.  All Meat.  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager.  < t  t>  o  *>  **  . n  ��������� ���������  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for the Farm, Gnhlen, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable priceb. ���������  No Borers,   No Scalo,   No fumigation, to.damage Stock.  No windy agents to annoy you.  Buy direct and get trees and needs that  will GROW  , Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spray  P.umps, Spraying Material,  Out  LAND  ACT.   ���������������-  Form of Notice  Victoria Land District.  District ofjRupert.  Take notiee that I Otis Davis, of Everett, Wartrington;;. (J. S. A. occupat-  ion'loggor, intends to apply for a epeoial  timber licence over the following describ  ed lands:���������  Commencing at a post,.planted about  3^{miles distant and in a north-westerly  direction from the'mouth* of Salmon River und the west boundary of Lot. 3(M  Jt/.ancau,v.eij8iiiudinJi^^  Johnstone Straits and 16 degrees (south  of West of York Islaud and 22 degrees  weBt of south of Jesse Island thenco  south forty chains thonce west sixty  ohaius thence north forty chains theuce  west eighty chaius thence nort.h forty  chums more or less to lioach thenco south  easterly along beaeh to pliwfi of commencement and containing 640 acres more or  esa. ^  Qtib Davis.  Stukod November,23rd, 1907.  GOR SALE-Tha flue residence ot  Mr. T. ������. Bate, situated att the oorner of' Wiiidormera and First Street  ia for sale nt the low figune ot  $1400.       Porpurtio -jhUis   apply "at  tha   Cumberland  News.  $i75 buyj a good lot In the oity.  FOR UALE-10 aeros good laud in  in the beautiful valley ot Comox.aud  suitable for a chicken ranoh. A biaut  iful stream ruuu through tho properly. Apply at this office for alll particulars regarding ths situation and  ferine of aalo. An excellent bargain  for   tho  right   party.  FOU SALE-180 acres, 60 aores ehop  p<id and about  10 aerea eleorad.  High Wnd, and alio exoellont pasture  Und.   Terms can   be  arranged  to  suit   purchaser,  \Apply   NEWS.  #300  CASH buys   a   moat  exo.llsut  .0.,^. .on    Maiypoff*.   av.Miiio.  i'OR 8ALE-90 aoros, with 10 aores  cleared; $2000 worth of timber,fir,  cedar���������white piua, and Bpru.ae.lb' acres of bottom land, an eight roomed  houB.) aud outbuildings. Lois of the  btet of sprang witor, aud only (about  two miUs from ths oity of Cumberland.   Apply   NEWS.  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN iUTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  ',''���������' and  CANADA'S   GREATEST  NURSERIES  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN-  - FOU  CUMBERLAND  to soil High Class Nursery stock  in Fruits and Ornamentals Lai-rf-  est list of new specialties ever offered. Start now at. best telling  season. Licenced by B.C. Government to sell in the Province of  British Coltintbia. Big inducements, Liberal Pay, Handsome  Free Outfit, Territory Reserved,  write for terms and Catalogue, and  send 25c for our aluminum pocket  microscope [Magnifies 4| time.s]  and 30c for our handy saw, jus  the thing for trimming trees [cuts  iron as woll as wood.]  St Q3ie& Wellington,  ���������-" Fonthill  ^Nurseries,  [Over 800 acres]  TORONTO     - -     ONTARIO  ���������   i   , TIMMIIM   ���������!  Ml III I  I���������IP  Fresh \Oyster ',Cocktails right on  tap at "-'thfe WILSON IIOTEL. at  UNION    BAY.    TRY   A   FEW.  2SUiraBB!r3E:.--3Hr  ^P^tfiTi  Take your V������l ntiuo wi'.h you to tho  WVoUman's BI' :it C'-urU-uuf |u Uu  nightio-lFiibruary i4ih.  Af Vnls  'i'ii i:,.  Flowers, etc.  "���������M.J.HENRY....  Grecnliouseg au<3 P. O. Address-3010 Westminster R<>������d,  Tho Woodmen boya of Courtenay  lare to qilne aigrand DnM on February  Uth,* St,   iVar.'iitiue'*     night.  'tfamlmimmmml^  BAMBRlClviC-ROBERTS  couvfjon Jiitiiu. i'.y 2 tii     M..-  i.aa,br:'.0K of Cum���������.\; i'j Ali^;* *!<;r, j  -H-o-b-n-rrt-ot-rtiat-iiil-j'i���������Th\\vfti.*vvirli.\  ''u'l-ii'.,'nh. ymuoii'.n OalitornM.  Oii Iheii-ivliii-u they   will iv,\i.S.-   ;  Comox.  Tliis range's oven is rather ^;^y//1;: ������������������ - -^^  larger than seems /^^^^E^f,  i     , in       -&*;$ .'KS* "*r,'r,-'r*titjmT'- *--n 1  rtptna'-aeii'v   lvirvnn'll   j.3ks.i<,.s .���������,-���������.- > .ritfssftte'/  necessary, butyou'Ii  like the extra room./?]  since fit takes  -���������*  '���������������������������-'xrr'���������������*--'v'������-v --^i  Bxam W  or Coal  with heavy as- nfe  bestos to keep  heat where it   IY$  belongs; top, VVr;  bottom and back  uniformly  thick,  *#&  is drop-ovop^f &���������&_,  v Cfin't  {'lam    v>.-*-''  nor ������"et wobbly on hinges,���������p.ttei  that. Oven bottom is douole���������yci foi  [bottom over tho realovc ubottom: level ������  the firo door's built, and tha spec!  ke this tho moot sensitive cf rang  easy to manage, sure to satisfy.   Como  rer,��������� you've coon no range liko "  13 GUiiNSY JOl'MDItY  CO., LIMITED  *i&  '"V-lAZV-*'  %>>*���������'  -.-*������. ,-\pr*J-  ^vv';-^*' Mon:r;aI liareiltou  VTImiJpe'J Calgary Vamcourer  For Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  i -t"jii jp^  5B-qiy<l'������.ilL'���������FJfWM1*1 fH'W..'l������    ���������**���������*-   mAS*.  ' NP'M  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������*���������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Toke notice that I, Otis Davis of Ev  oratt. Washington, U. 8. A., occupation  ogK-er, iuieuds to apply   for a upeciul  iiubor licence over tho following desoribed lands:���������  (Jomruiincinff at a pnutXplontod about  ono and oue halt mihw north woderly  from from tha raouth of Salmon River  and weiiterly boundary of Lot 804 Vancouver ialonil on the south uhore of  .J.ohuutono Stmiti 'tuo Houthtof Jesse Ib-  laud munco south forty ohainH thence  wost forty ohutnu theuce north forty  oliHiuti thouoo ttrjiit eighty ohuluj theuoe  uorth forty dmins theuco west forty  ohaiim tbenoe north forty obBinn more or  o.io t) beiwh thouoo sou th westerly aloug  beaoh to pliwei-ftoiuimnjooHWUt contain  ug 040 noro.i moro or losu.  OTiS Davih.  'Staked November 23n1, H)07.  17*12  Tho   C������������iox   Co-operative havo tho  following for'Ba'leij  1 4-h, p. Oaaol'mo. Engino, 1 2-horse  sled, 1 2-Tiorae spr.'ng waggon. 1 dart,  'J set scnl.'H, 1 slue y.trii������, 1 powrr mint  cutter, 1 hand meat outter, 2 grindstones, 2 sausage fillitrv- farm bo'lers  2' oount'r t'hafttB, 1 not oflilocl-s,  nndrope.l'hox stove,1 twine stand 2  tubsi 2barrols, 1 fam and pulley, 1  lot belting,   I  Apply Byron   Crawford,,,   Courten  ay   or   A.   Lidilngham,   Grantham  NOTICE  INTHK HUl'ltKMK COURT OP  CANAIJA.  IH   fl'HB'   MATi't.'ltof Ihe'eetite  uf .lAMKe II ALL Hi;NNK'IT.d''eii|\������ed  AHln   IN    THK    W'ATTKHOftllf'lB.  tuHlfll*        KulRiu*   Act.  I'iii'ihiiiiimii in unit r   nf   11'w   He������  our KM. HurriMOii, tocnl .turtKc uf the  flnprtiin* !'��������� urt t.t lit ii iih lloiiiinlilo,  ���������nu d iht:,7th/luv %< .ihimory, PiOH,  'iiii.������i'i, v\l liitfri-o I\I'd l������v the uiuIt-  ii||,'ii. d upH-'i iiiiil Inc!i:ii4\������;' ot A%t\ liiih  tiny ..1 l(Vbi'Uui*>V'.!i0ft, f������i iht* pui'limic  ciii.it pun*. 1 Jiiiiiiu.l "ii Hornby Inland  iu lli.- l'l'ttviuci ut.Hri.Uh Columbia,  uii.t lii<iiu; tftc  fi.ioiii.nnl half uf the  iiuitli-itoni ii������f.rt*tr nullum oi motion  i** *,, |..|.,i.������|.,   iii.   <>ff!i'(nl olin   or  ���������uiv. v o' -al't Hfiriti'v Tiilniiil. rr.nlnln.  Mlaa Laura Abrams who has been on  a thort vblt to here pareute returned  to.VoncouvoripuThursday last.  ��������� ���������_____��������� i  IMr.'BPrLeet made.o hurried visit to  Cumhurlnnd on Wtduosday last and re-  turmul to Niiimlmo ou Tburaduy rnorn  Lug again.  Mr. Prod Melutodi has finished Pol-  iRhtiigiialUlu ,Cumbi'rin nd nud left, on  Thmsilay for Vanoouver.  ��������� ������������������-.__._��������� *  Webber Brothor* who hove ehnrge of  amine In tho norih roiuruud to tlm  oity on a short visit on Friday,  Vitneouvcr. Feb. 1-Mr. J. G. Ilurd,  geni'i'iil-miinnKur of tho Crow'uNi'Ht  I'uMOonl Conn |Miny suld yiiNlnrday  thai he uxpnoteil thu nXrlhu at Coin  Crwk would soon bo sutt led. Thc������tneii  elnliu thnt tho mnnnger has alteruil con  ditiiuiMOf limbering in such a way that  it mi'iuis a ri'dueilun In wugos aud they  dram nd nu Investigation.  The  Comp������ny.di*oliuo tonllow itho  old ini'thod.of  timbering tocontlnuo,  and refuM d permismon ro r themeu  to go work uiili'ss they tlmhornd undi'r  tbe new armiigainents, wblpb they rvl  .FOR 8ALE-160^Eere8 two and ono  half miks Crom Courtenay. About  twenty' aores of this was Velearcd  eomu years ago.* Property right in the  lin.*. of the proosel extension of thc  r 11 ay and ol>si t o lh Courton-  ay   river.  **mmmwmm*mm*mmim*m*, <t;<<iMMP������(������������!aiMnBaM������u������iNHiach������uff*Mrv������iMa������iviM  Easy to Mix.    !  ��������� ��������� '���������.  What w'll .opp'tiur very in^erestluB  io many pio.jji; here is Die uruole ,Ur,  ivtii I'rum a Nnw York dudyjuiper'.'^iv ���������  uga s.jjii'l' j.r.<.ji;ri|HU'ii, aa formu.ai  di'.yautd au.hority, wh o olaiiim  ihatihe haa .Dound w poBllvo icjuei'y -to  ,'urualmoiit any cose of baivhi'lm in  .'vviey ������*i' bluddcT dei'niiHi'inviit.iiiMi.i  ..'llowlug wimplepri'.icrijitiou, if tn'. i;i ���������  u ituri' (thetl.aBetof   11i(;ht'Htiisi-aV'.  Fluid E.vtiaol Dun.Idiom,.nn. .'.i,;  ���������juiice; Compound Knrgon.oiia ounce;  tJoinpouml Syrup iiiirsHiipariliii, three  t.unooH, Khakc welt ,'n a hot L- ������-it���������  lake b tea spcionful doses aftor citch  ni. ul and ug .iu ul bvdtime..  A Wiili- know..; diujg.si live a;  .home, wL.n asKoJ logiirriiiig thin pn ���������  sir pjou, Hiutid lh.it< ,h \ ������ e. i u >  ii*. Hnl luaruik'ss, uud um be obta'n d  <ut a ttu 1 io>i Uo, J .iny giiod i a,, rLii  lion i,h..nuncy or ihi mixture wo..l I be  out up U nttkud tadisj. ll.'iu.ihj  nlu'aid thai wtiil.i tnu piosci'ipi..iii ,  .ill--ii pnver.h'.i 11   r,.i'iiiiiii' I-   ',i,'l 1 -.  A social danoe wns given by thoGirle'  Guild. Holy Trinity Church on Widne������  edny-evpntn'g of tn.il week, January  29th. The bity Hall was rro-wdid with  invifrtdgue^tB, who all on\jc*<ycd tv  most pi--a.Hn.nl evoiiin't'.  Refreshments wjto served hy th*  young ladles', while dancing warf eon  ti'nucd until a late hour, when.all went  humo having spent a most delightful  ovn lug n������d voting the young ladles  ortLts at entertaining.  N.W York, Fob. l~The oriental bank  on which a run of doposltors started  ���������yesterday dW not wpen tor'busini'SR to-  diyy. No Hoc was posted on the door  annoujicing lli'e bunk' was closed by  ord, r oi tJuW-a'tc tjiiyicrlnteindiint, of.  b.tnkf.  o  o  o  <>  *y  *t  ���������A  <t  o  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cai'Ital, $3,900,000,  RKskRVK,$i,300,(XJp '  Assets,   S4fi.-IOO,(X>0  Dur.'Sirs, $3o,700,COO  'Money Orderg=  Rates.  _W_nncLunder  Over $5 and not exceeding 810  O-ver *]Q and not exceeding830  Over 830 and nol excoediuK i*0  3 Cents  (TCenta*  lOt'ents  15 Cents  These Money Orders are payable without  cost in any   Ohnrtered 4y  Bank iu Cauadn.  Luttti'est Added Four Times a Year in Savings Hank.  <���������  it  o  <*  ~tr  t A. B. NETHERBY,   **������*"������*. -  |M**.������IW������I*<II   I'll   ������������������Wf-Wll' ���������!���������W ������l������UWII ll|IPWII****-M������������^ll������*ll*W������'"������l������ll*'*''''������-',������������W>W'������i.'.W..tt*>MW    ���������������������������*���������*���������* "������������������������ ������F-*<W  ^^^���������^���������^������������������������������������^������������������f ���������������<������������������������**������������������*������*������������������������f������*������������rt,#W������������������<p������������������y^**l1Wfl ���������*������������������*���������  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAIIOR  ���������'4  l  N 'w York, Feb; ,1-Thaw not guilty  on grounds of insanity<  * Hi' was acquittal rodny of tbe mur  di'r of'BtiiiifordiWhili'Mu thy tiroiuid  that Im waH i(iiHa<nn>nt the lime of commission of homli'tdd. He, was .orde'red'  by Jupf loe Dowllngiob.'committed lo  thoMnttt wBnaBylum for thn trrmliuil  Ininnm tuitll such I Imo ns he cum cothvln  oo tho Slato lunacy oommlsMoniM'H t hn t  his being nt litis-' xx* ��������� ������ot������������lu������K r thfc-  tlons with aploudi'd  ronults, bo cuuld ijmblijmif. ty,   Thaw wim lo/l bank, to  LADIES'"TAILOU-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  J^UITS OlADO TO   ORDER AND  IN ANV STYLiB YOU IUISR  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  Ii. C.  ii.ui.'ui'mi.u.i -w.iyt. ivuiil. uii vo a  A,������iv uuu r.-uiedy lur i.l.������.������vy and m I-  uuiy trouU'N iind b,ioivii>li., uhi, h,i������  upiculur   a ton  upon  the   l.|,,n v  hliuelliro 1*1 .illol.lK tliuiii) l),04l 1.1,110. i-  .lllt OI'gll.lH  Jlll.t llUiPillg    i bin     to Hill  .mil IiH11 i.uiii ,Ik- b.oiiil ihu fulli   oi.  i'U   and wiihti   niiutii'wiiMi   cnu .'  ��������� eknrsH mid nuffiTln-J:,   Tliust, of our  rendera who huifironii  uuikiuio inl.i-  lulu'ln isl.lng lm iri.il,  the t ouibs aorosn  t be   brld������o of slghN'  nnd w'll ri'innln <thrro uiull the  Bhorlff    e������n plain .tar removal ta tho  statu Institution,  The Avorage jn rson reads u good d������������iil  mi'Ti'Vy for dlverslcm-to "kill llmo" to  fill till- ILOlllflll.  Bonn' pcopli'p road nds- hy plnnntng  at a lii'iirllni'Imre'and ihrre I'iiIusn  HOintt'hliig'enmp 1''im' s'l'l'i'^lh i*y(.  they do not gl.vo half iwrlous ntentiou  Mri.OiiOrge Cray of������Nanaimo who ootlmr i������-opin-.iinrl ililne) uss (������ r,������*>  who ci. in in Hi- .iiy toHttondwi.il- liignllthiiilmi-re'idthiiiid-' .wlilnh  dlog ^turned homo on Sftturdny mom . hiimi' hitIouh iitli-ntlon    wl.lhili,.y  would givi' to nny ui hur bu������l,ii.:'s mnti"  iirof������hiidii������,Th*y find ni.munli lute  ���������ul.<  ���������____-���������  lug 74 aer������������ mom or l������n������.   Good house j u������f.d to do.  iind'bBriion ������ald luud. Terms,Cash Othor mine grievancoa wnresottli-d  ^t.iw..'..ii *i. eit'ittii it.iviyuuoe, ,at lust uUht'* roiifenuto with the nmn  ILkIkhi mniiy iindiT nui tii'C������*i>sHar|iy aguraudthu quutfiiuu of tltubi'rlng  netrntt'd. will be diHCiisned at n joint meeting   of  H)it dJnuuuiyaOili, lt'OH,  M.   UlUY  District Hi'KlUi'rof  Suprt-mi'. C'oui t *t Nnualuio B. C.  FOU HALE-  Tin* ��������� jilctiilil rt't-iilu  .icn uf  Mra.  J.       if'**,       "I        !.-,������' r,  ���������S   M  milieJ  Iltr.i.i.',      .'.liHi'iii .".  "d or  Kuril-  j^h         I'lict* on iij  .jilicnt  ion to  lh������   t  i.id������'r)iiiiil    1  !������������������������)  hi A nli*  sypwy.  the i-p'rutom and omployi*ii on February 10th.  It Is notbrllaved that tho strike  will spnad to tin-othor propirlli'a  of  the������uuiu Coinpmiy.  Thu huc-y srason-Cu.itonii'r (io pi\u  tt r, ' i ui.   pi������i. i  ii   i i    !���������    > ..' i  don. j-iKii'idi.y. lm on   hmru't nu h  edit y.'i."  J'liiit i*.".  yi|"nr  ii' wr'vi* linen n  hu-yinl i.i i������l.'.iv    bit jou mikIiI   tu  li ',(.. .'ft:!   ;.  i. ..   I a'. 11 *   t'.u.������ ;<*  maMyuu a piu(nin������v" oKxehiuiKi*.  Mr. .'.'Humphrey of Union Bay Isbu  ,��������� fi*..������ .-il .. i r, ,..,,.-,.   ���������        i      ���������   ' *  .    '     - ��������� ���������     r. -*  ���������'*.   "'*'4**c   ii.t.-.tii'.-in  "fni wh'-li \t ��������� V.n I pr'nl tl nt thi ;if-  fier.    It Is n iiiun.'v J I'U'hVr i,ur>*,  WANTfilJ-AdOODLIVKCoHnKS-  imiiihiii at Comox. t'nioii Uny,.aud 8nu  uw������ok lor this popi r. Thero are Horn*  ���������, .ii 'W* u tii'-fci* tdnt'i������ ihHtw. ��������� u-i.tiiff  l.ku to jiuh lh,  ��������� ���������_���������,-.��������������� ������������������  MIm R. Short (eft for Vaucouver  ThurHdatmorning iftcr spenldng u  week vi Ling fihinU .nilic elty h.tc,.  Mr. W. II. Iliirrison modi'"a hurried  trip to thn whnrf oiK Thursday morning  and returned looking worried.  ast in tin* ailH.ii.a thoy would find li,  nnvn'hti'r rrnillnlr mminr Th!'������'* v ������������������*!'  r.t that the nri������."enniiihnm*>" trith-rv  iiionii than the news usui'l y>lo :  Thy know thai tlio ads, h;ivii  a koo.I dnil t o do UUtKCi'LY  with piirii' W'P'nro.  Thi������ nbil tv In >p ml mnimy t" Af V  tidy, ntnge hhuuld   be Impoilnnlnn i h  abllHiy to ottru li   Lack tifthi'' 'I hri.  Iiistiiet" :m sp n 'iln;* nultiflo* muoh.ot  theonriilngoi-pni j.  ThuadH.:ih.iroforu desorvo to havi.  your iut lliigeiit oi.*n I leratlon-nut to  In.* "sk^p.duvi'r,"  London. IVib. l-,Th������ ,D������*11y Uail'a  oorreapondiiiit at DUiban ������tjt������������ in ������������!���������������  Kpntoli t ha the bUndiird Oil Company  hit* ������Jutil.o I ibji t OU b Af,Ioun irnj ig  int.|,������*(|.i������u4Uhek.h.flicra Port and tn*  Tlii' HplHiihil Pcrrlieron htnJIion  "JUST   41784"  (Color, Buy.   Wcl/jht, 1876,)  Recently purchased by the Coinox Horse Breeders' Association  from McLnugli.lin Bros., Columbus, O., will staud for service at  the sialic of  B. CttAwi'ORD, Courteimy,  T������i������mju,   $2*B IntfUfanc*  Msn-a txrnX from a illdtuico will be fed  antl oured for at 'mb 'imhlonitcBtilhafo  _��������� in i" i ,ii .i i    ���������     i,  ���������_mt  -When in Cumberland  STAY AT THE   VEiSDOME*  VI   Au ('ONviKianow von Ounirrs.  ru* Dah tr Sui-Pi-un WITH  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. II   BANNKHMAN,  District Exhibit,  A-meeting of the, Dist i ict Kxbbiuon  oomuiiiteoiwaa holitut the home ut  Mr.' William Ilmneau an Tn mday even  lwgla������t,JonuMv28tb, Mr. W, Will  nrtl a t d ax ' h li iiimu, Aft r consl u>i-  abki dlseunslon it wA* decided' tomhlb  ; it MNiiw 'VVoatminister Provlnrl I Kx  thlbltionihla fall. Mramrs .!. Mo-  Vtiet* and Andrews w*ra appointed to  takmehnrgoflf the oihlblt.        i  Tbe members of this commit toe now  witeind toalil t lui larmera oft he. Gov  mot valley to IMp out In tho matter  aod make the exhibit a suooesa, ^  If theethlbU tno luoeens It will bo.  'the gnuttl ai adverthummi* that thp  district haa evir had.  PURE FOOD INSURES  GoodHeuih  INSURES  K.W.QILLETT ffiffffj  TORONTO.ONT,  Mri  H  foe hit homo  WANTET>-A SECOND-JIAND-COOK  il ... .. .... at ore lit ftoorl twndlitm, No. tt.   Antdy  It.   Higgs hiftw,ThhriHof ^^������������M*������������oritoio������uWiabhigiim������ tt ihli omoi, (w tank* nartloulara  no In Albert*. fuapoljr la ������touUi������<ra Aflrtos. >" " " mn9p lot ""f *-*"'w-*r*'  I PHILLIPS HllBROI'  Barrl������t������r nnd SoIIcltop  HltU  Notary Publlo  Convcyanislng  Cumberlana    B.C.  ��������������������������� -.������-.-  f 1100 buy* 1000 aeret of ��������� timbag  rioeb o milea from Ooirttuty.


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