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C,   TUESDAY,      MAR. io,   1908  The Enterprise, Fifth Year.  <2XS>������������������������<!XS^^  ing   1908  At The BIG STORE  Now Showing Exoellent Assortments in the following Lines of -S  Spuing Goods  Embroideries, India Linens, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns, DresB  Muslins, Organdies, CfUmiu's Prints, Blouse Lengths, Valencie-  nes and Oriental Laces, Lace Curtains and Curtain Muslins,  YOUR MONTH'S  GROCERY ORDER.  CONSULT us on PRICES BEFORE PLACING rocs MONTH'S ORDER.  FIVE Per Cent. DISCOUNT on General Groceries.  Another Consignment of BOOTS and SHOES shortly.  CAR FLOUR AND FEED THIS WEEK.  CAMPBELL BROS., D������������������������A���������  An early inspection solicited ot the lines before Commencing your Spring Sewing-  Complete Lines of Ladies. Misses and Children's White-wear  and Bead j-to-wear Goods. :,  ' - ���������* ~ 1 _  1 ���������        1   ~   - ~ ���������-���������-���������..  Your Inspection invited of our-Men's,  Youths' .and. Boys'  Clothing.   Style and Fit Guaranteed.  Our Stock is now Complete in Staples and Novelties.  ���������   .   *^   ������������������ 1 ���������-, ���������   *       ~'  Simon Lciscri Co. ltd.  nscCP1*.  A Successful Concert.  The concert held under the ausplc  os of thi 8'. Goorgj's Presbyttei-lan  Chi'rohon Thursday 1-st was successful beyond the expectations of those  iu chflrgi".  'Thu programme as it was published  in our ,1-ist issue was oirried oul.ev-  ery niimbor proving a treat, and to  make sp-.toi.-il mention of'a'uy of the  local pei farmers would bi a. d'.fficult  task for anyone.  The clref attraction of the ev.'fjjug  however centred- in thi numbers to  bo given by Mrs. Drysdals of Nanaimo. All-were delightid wiih tha art  iatio uwmner in whioh ths talented  lady rendered, "Waiting" by M Hard  and applauded her to the eohe, when,  uhe readly respond* d to anenoore.  "'Later ih the"evening Mrs. Diyui-le  sangtby���������rtquesL,J^Ttie.-Hcly_CiLyii-aud-  nlgai.n 'responded  with an  enoor".  Thw iriaiiflgement wish through thc  columns of tips paper to thank all  wbo contr buted to this most'success  fu'lwnlertainm. ut, and especial y Mrs.  Drysdal'ifor thrJ oordial manner in  which she responded to tbe iavitation  I A hoar.y weloome awaits Mrr. Dry-  sdale whenever she returns to Cumberland.  ��������� Mr. Cyril Piercy ls advertising his  Farm Stock, Household Furnilure.aud  Farm Implements for silc. Posters  'will ba out in the course of a few  dayr. In looking over the list you  will most prctoibiy find some article  that tw'.ll just suit you. In fact do  not nciss seeing the contents of the  posters. Mr. Piercy intends having  the province aud everything will ba  sold. Mr. A ,H; McCaJlum will ba  auctionwer ao Mkj purchasing publio  caii reckon on good treatment should  -they-decide-to-attend-the Sjle-oiTFri"  day, .Maroh   20th.  Mr. T. Leemau is Hie winner  of thc Dinner Set.  .  T.   E,   Bate  For  the Magnet Cash Store leads them all.  -<>- Magnet Cash Store ������<>  J. N, MeLeod is the wiutier of  the Fancy Heater,  ���������'        ,       i      .I       i.  T.   E   Bate  ���������������������������������.���������)������ i  < i  <  < -  <  ���������   .'        ' i  We are now Showing the  Latest Novelties  Direct from the East, in  Ladies' Faney Collars  and  Belts  mmmmmmmwmmmmmr*  a beautiful assortment that  should have reacheJ us for  Xmas  Trade.  Our Win+pf Sale will ht*   rontinued  through the whole of February.  ;  ���������M*MMMM**M#������#**������ ##*#*���������#*#*������������������*#***������������������**������  Want Column.  ���������WANTED -a Tercher for tl**  Prlroiry MvUion o" h������ Cumber) ud  Publio ,*iohoa!. Ajipliontionn to ho  in by iVlnri'h 2iiitl, idOP. Dujn  lOibAttu April 1st 1008. Salary  it60    per mou h, Apply to  T. II   CAitEi', S era ary.  Cumberland, TS,  C  WANTKD at thla offloo a Good  Job Prlnur, Will pay Bood wngm  to tba prupar party.  WANTBW-6 doren  PhlyoutH  Rook Km* by tbo Ut of Marcli.OB,  NKLfcON  PARK?,  Bhoomakar, Union Cnrap.  FOR 0ALK~Ctovou-rUomod  hoaaa  5 torawf Iind aud tbu ooal right!  for 11 aura* of huct,     Vor partlo*  ulnn npply to John Urqubsrt of  Oomteuy, B, 0.  Firemen's Ball.  Grand Masquerade,  MONDAY, MARCH 83,  1908,  ���������HI buy* 1 food lot la tba *Hj,  ilia.liomuwaier hia ��������� few pant of.  U*t) boxei to rout, at fib etui* par  *4uartai. See bat. **���������  :   SJddalL   Thg Tailey,    j|  Hu opened Bailaeu in McUod's Store.  ���������**  For flBlo-Old nowip.ipcr* at thl������  office,  niVKRfllDK HOTRI.  TAKB KOT10B thit tho pnrtner-  ���������hip of Davli and Foohnar baa bom  tdUiofved. The buaiaeM In future  wfll1������n eirriiM on by Mr. Faobnir,  lAIIdeb.w i^lnut the anld firm wilt  tn pAid by Mr. Ftohnor.  8AMUKL DAVIS, Jar.  ANV PBR������ONS or Paraona atipply.  Ifllf Infornrmtlon whl-h will en bl<* m������  tolteat* all or any ar my eattlenow  mlMlnor from my r������neh at Mauooaa  Bay, wil receive ������ wword,  DAVID      SIM,  ���������ISM bufi lOotf ������tm et a ttalat  ramah f ������.{��������������� from Ooarteuty,  Prise List,   *t  ,  Best Dressed Lady ... ��������� 110.00  '* M. Gent .... 10.00  " Comic Character .. 5.00  ���������' National Churacter,. 500  "   Sii������tniitH       ������ con  ���������"   Hobo, ist PiotOe of whlsVev  *  and, i Duzt-n ot Beer.  "   Top������y          8.50  "   Clown      a.50  i\uc Waiu, had),     ...,     5.0U  Tombolo Prl*e,  for Spectators only.. 5.00  f*rwm Train from Wh������rl  Reserved Seals 75 Cents,  Admission, Maskers *fi,uo  ���������������        Spcciators .50 & .75  Mora prices uay be added later.  fJQelieod's flew  Store.  We are getting nicely settled in,  our new premises and have put in a  fine line of  Latest 1 |n Hats .A  ��������� c^j.   1 I 'n Clothing,  otyle     I In Boots^Shoes  Yonr inspection invited.  J. N. flcLEOD  Dnnsmnir Aremie,.  , CUMBfiKLAND, B.C.  Courtenay   Nates.  EXPERIMENTAL        FARM  F.*atytody #h������ut<* ��������� ttod tfc- U'  danat to bi alwn In tb' Arrl������*tl nr-  u Hull at OetTt>m*f on f bar ������l������y  Martb 11^. /d^l'.lcw for L dy  ������olC������u, $1,00  BaryU y wjUoin .  A megting of tho Comox Farmer's  Institute was held last Tucsd-y even-  in?, February 25th to take steps to  induoo the Dominion. Government to  locate the Vanoouver Mind   Experl- j  mentnl Fnrm in the Comox Vall������y.  1   Thore waa a good ottendanre notwlt  hsbinding unftivorvble   wentiher.'  Quito a number took part in tbe dis  eusfiioniwhich was a spirited one A  number were in favor of an agricultu  ral oollego in connrotlon wiih the ox-  porimo'utnl'f.irm; o'.b-rs favor������d some <  kind of a model farm on whioh the  most suitable fr-crts and vug  ctnbloa Bhould bo grown and tbo b st -  methods used. This model farm would  servo as a standard or .model for tha  Vauoouver Island farmers* Others  thought the government ought to  procure uneloand or partially olear  cd land aud h:vo it cl-ared and put  i'n ooudltion In ordder to keep a re I  cord of tho eost and best mt'tboda ot  eloarinstui piep-rlnj laid   her.      '  Al tor a thorough disouasion of  iho various poims involved, a oom  mltteawds appuluted to draft a resolution io b" soiii to the govaiiiiuout  Tbo Xullowiug is the  riMolutionj*  UoHolved that when ever jt is tbo  inluetlou of the goverumout to est-  oblisb au experimental farm on Vancouver lulaiid; and whereas the '  VJomox Dit/triet is oou������iderod to be  boui and largest agrlouUuiaJ distriot  oi< Vancouver UUni, with a ilimine  very fayorublo to Uio growtlj ot all  kinds Cl  farm produvts; '  'Hidetorn be it rosolvud tbat this'  Dio'tiu; of lb* Farmora' Institudo  n-qvom but   worthy mombir,     Mr.  81oun,ito bring io tbo attention of tbe  Miiilnor cf Agriouliuro tho claims   ,  of litis distriot to the establishment  ofnliu farm here in what is aoarly tbo  ren.rn of Vanoouver Mind.  After diseusatng tho Biparlmentat  Form Mr. T. J. Barron pliycd some  soleetlons on tho violin, and Mr. Merl  Hall diy ro'id an Interesting paper on  "MIIV Ternln������" and its rrluo to thai  farm, Aftor which tbel nsllttito lid-  journedito tho luneh room whrr^eake  and coffee wero s-'rved by the Courto  nay Hotel, ,  The Institute then diieussed tbe qn  ostlon of      a dnllr mill ������*������i*vl������*.   A I  eomnnitte wfs applnted to dnft ares'  olutionifrom the Institute to the Pout  Master General through Mr, Htonn.  oiklngfor a d'ily ranil aorvlop.  This committee wns also luntrnetrd  toeonfer with uCmberlund aud other |  punas as to oireul-ttmjr a petition to  the department for da ly mull aarvltw  and aa to taking any measures advla.  tbla to further tbe desired end.  NEW SCHOOL  At t meeting of tha M'piysre on  TuniMtsy evening, Kebruary lBih, it  was dreided to pnrchsoe a she for  a new sehool house and hev* lb*  ground oleared and put in ordor im*  mediately.  Thanks to (bn energeiie snd p r������l������  t������nt efforts of tbo oebool truateeo  tin foviamnoat bat at last sgnvd  ta build ��������� new aohool b*r* en n aater  ami mere aulttbU eUo ou Mndltlon  tbat tbo trustees si cured    tuitabk  ground and had it ready for building  Mareh 31st. .  The trustees, have secured a fine  site near tbz creamery which Affords  amplo room for sohool groundd.   ENiERTAIN-JVLEN^-.  *'he Mutual Improvement 6ooie,tjr  hold a very enjoyablo entcrtianment  on Fridny evening February 21sK  The frll-wing progrmmmaa was giv  en;-  Violin* Stlrotions, Mr. T.J. Bir  /on; Bong, Mr. E.     King;  Reading,  Mr. J. C. Hall'd-y;   ] Rleqtation. Mr.  ���������A\ UrquhartiRerd'ng'Mr. J. Mvindfll  Song, Mr, William Dunoon; .Reading,  Mr. Jnv  McKenzie; Reeitation-   Mr.  Ward, "Vooel Duet,     Messrs .flhaw;  ani King; Voonl Due,t,:Mr-*.AU^Jil'ra,  E.KlnglRicotatio'n.. Mr.'AHL CPoJSSei:'*  (Violin Celeotions.Mr; T. J.  Barron J  Recita'ion, Miw .McPJioo; Song, Mr.  W., B.  Boddy,    Rccltatiofn.  Mr.  W.  Dunoan; Organ Solo, Miss  Tudor;  'Song, Mliss   Hddgaon;   Pantomine,  '"Tho DontiBt"  Messrs  Dunham, Ur-  quhari and Molfonsie; God Save tho  King".  Mioses Dingwall and Tudor and  Mr;. Ehnw pliyed tho aooompanlme  nts  during lb) evening*.  Pokln, Mo rob 7-Jrpjn is threaten  Ing .force to reoovfr th������ Jipiiirss stea  merTitsi Maru wh oh Is o H1 dt.lvd  by tbe Cb'nesc. This vessel wag sMjr-  edon Fsdrnlory.7ib by tha:Chinese eu  Btoms* .orulser on ehsrge thit o^rgo  of arms and amunl.ion wao intended  f������or Ch nese revolutionary p������rty, ot  thst rlwe. Oirgo of v.'sal ia stilt on  bo^rd iu eh\rgo nf <b������ vh'������roy of C'n  ton. Before /taking nation it Is noid  to bn awaiting proof th������,t the v������8������el  andttR earpjo should uot be confine*U  ed.   Tlio souirlon of China In f<nnd  hero on neconnt ot 'h.������ ���������.vciJ-avr- of  tho aovomment nn^ be-auu" cf th������ do  ul> fiiMoptni j-y nf u,e Chnr.3 J������n Ch..  notion In solsln������t the Jnpiuicsfl scum  ef Bnron n������ynsh' th������ Jap mln'ster  yeslerdny Irndod <h' Ohin'ji frnv.'rn  men! renfiial to edcvt Oh*nVa nrepos  alto th* npnnlutmi-tn of a Jo<n' .Tspa  n������������n nnd Chine"' enmmlselon to tx*  amine nil Ibe ehnrnrrs, in the win*  tlmn rrlKitlng steam r nnit"r bend*.  Chin* h*>s prnp'������'d arbitration b'tt  .Tan-in lm refused and nabrd tor the  releanenf the vss-1 stet'ng thnt if  her winhns w������ro not oomnll d wllh  she would take tho neeessary steps  for the vessels' rel������aa������,  Clevrlind. Oh'o, Mareh 7- At* 10 o  clock to-diy 168 btd'oi bid een roeove  reddion th������ terrble nohonj /ir*. Pit.  iful nie-urns ar������ given of atruggl.������s of  the lit11���������> ehl'dron who lost their Uvea  Br'yo'icarhHs a vad ma> y. Th������ oauao  oltho fro is still a mystery but *t\  investigation baa bueu oommenaid.  RnVefhern rot ri'clvjjv 111 ir px*  per regti1������rly shou'd nrttlfy tbls of-  tl-oe so -that oause of delay oan bo a-  ������<e<*rtaiui.d. You will be doing us a  invor.  Auiiient in No. 6 Mine.  Whit m'ght have proved a very  terioti*4taeldntrl h������pnrin.d at No. ���������.  mine this morning rb'ut 18 ���������'olook.  I eppesrs ihnt M������. Frank Little,  n������ nn erot tb* ft tn tinny annlt ad ly  Mi. ftt-W-y, manatiOr of No. S, w.re  wateh r������,r prep������r������tlnna for t.'stln(f  n nrw eipbeivc. While Mr. 0. P.  ������H������vena^ss ated by n Hv terra tamp-  .('ill thn) b������\x He* iipl'ulve went off  lecstterntx ovdl in sit dirxotioos  Mr, Lli to rero.vd a ntf bad tHatt  intt up, and oae rib li probably brob  i.i.,bui to fir *s ai pf tent fcniwnoo  ttlbir Inbtrler Mr Krrby la net mn  oh tbe won*. Mr. it*.vena i* t diy  shaken up and bie ��������� irrlwt htoltin,  ThiJup H,ll prubably low tbe sight  ���������I one rye. THR   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  BSUTISH  COLUMBIA  THE CtjMBFRLAND  N^W?,  ** '*"-* >���������  Issued Every   Tuesday.  J.   A.   BATES,  ���������Editor     and      Proprietor.  TUESDaTTmaROH 10, 1908.  Agnlnwe read of th?, harrowing and  disastrous story of a fire in a school,  this time with the loss of many lives  Whit suffering and sorrow 11  From-the Cleveland disaster a lesson should be licrurd snd thi f ot em  phasizedthat frequent fire drills aro  ail* b?olute. neccessily, and without  notice to the assistant teachers and  pup.'lr. It is of ecurse important that  the work should be done as systemati  caliy rs ihe regular lessons of <he diy  One great danger in large schools is  fhe'hendlong rusli of larger pupils on  the stairs, especially when not under  the direct control of the teachers. On  ordinary llimo s but little danger may  be evidenre.it, but in case of (he sound  of fire this deBire to rush becomes a  stronger factor, and much to the detr  , linent of small >r pupils passing a* the  same time. During intense excitement the control of the teacher oounts  for but title espeeinlly when it ap-  petrs to th? pnp'ls thst it is a case of  life and deith.  * I1* would bs advisable for ell school  board* to see ih't regular systematic  .drill is praotised in the schools. The  import naco of- it can be easily impres  ed upon th? pupils, and ifs frequency  wo Id'fo a *\re-*.t eit-nt do away w'th  that .fenllHg- of nervousness ** aid of  t:������safety caused by the alarm of fire  Few ipeope -reaPtStthe terrors������ that  the sound of fire is to small children  particul lilvjwhen housed in a room a-  w.iiting the movements of superior authority.  The Conservative pipers throughout the Dominion are quite jubilant  over the results of tbe elections* in  New Brunswick, some even going bo  far as to sny thnt "it will be accepted as tho hah'dwri ing ontho wall"  If it meana anything it means tbat  the people wanted a change of gov rn  ment,nnd they fcot whit they wanted  Very often the province and the dom  inton like a 'change. But as for it in  dieatingthe results of next June, Sep  tember or November there is some  urove doubts, /  On the eve of an approaoblng elect  ion voters have often set before them  many little sehemoB In order to'catch  their vote while napping. It is olway  well to watch, and not be caught.  Tt Is the privllogo of thr* pnrty In  jioworlto brin? ������hnse scbem ������ forward  through Dicime of thrir party followers. Of course it Is, a good lime to a-  gitaU for tho requirements of a diatriot. The people should always got  what they want as it costs thcim no  more. Wo say this irrespective of  what ,p*rty is In power.  There nre two little 3*Vmes before  tbo people of Como* district at the  prosnte time, Some hm inclined to  look upon them as election dodged. Tf  thoy are thH ontii no figure. Would  they benefit the district In the question. Wo refer to tho experimental  farm and the da'ly mall service  Nudoi.b' there is need for improvement,In thi mljl servieo, and it hns  been ft long t1meeom'ncr,but wo would  nail our render*, irrespective of their  (political lonnlngH, (hat when the pot  It Ion la presented to them to sign lo  sign it by all means. BoohI n good  thing along.  Regarding i<ho experimental form  We cont'd ������r it would b.������ on ornament  to tW district should It be establish  rd;but we mu������t sny thc Farmers' In  stltutc have b en Mow in taking up  I.ait summer th" Seven, reilisingthat  it would b������ a good thing for th* dlie  trlettried to Interest Its Comoi r-nd  tra, but tbe Farmera' Institute must  bur* betn In ������ stsio ot lethargy at  that .time. But better lute than never  nnd wn wiih he Institute cviiy ������ucc-  ess, and if an experimental farm    ia  ik'.AmV.iV.  tA\ fllery  tn the  tnutUute  Union  S-AJMIXTJEX,   C      X3JL'171������3,      PEOPBtea  English 4 x BURTON always ou tap also, the fmnouii M1IAVAUKEK  BEERS���������Auhenser, Bohemian, Schiits, &e. "OLD QREY BEAKO"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Winee and Liquors of all kinds.  Ths Boarding and Lodging Department, under the itntncdiate superintendence of Mn  Davis, will ba louud Fiint olaSi iu eviry respect.  it A TBS,  $1 oo per day upwards.  At the Right Price Furniture Store.  WALL PAPER,    1908.  ef-  Call and in-  Wo hnve tlie iargest and best assorted Stock of Wall  per in the Districts���������Newest designs and most pleasing  ft'ctu in 'ioloi-ing,    Complete, range of Pricw  spect these goods while tho lines are complete.  Our Stock of'Furniture is more complete than ever.  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland,  vicsosaiA���������oc-Mrox  Sail  from Victoria^Tuesday, 7 a. m,, to-  'Nanaimo,   calling <u Crofton, Kuper  and Thetis Jsl.tnds wheng freight   ci  passengers ofler. ,    ,  Leaves NAna.'m������   Wednsdny, 7 a. m  (or Union Hay Como.\ and way pons  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., foi  ,  Union Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Leaves Nafinimo   Friday,   y a. m., foi  Union Uay Comox and] way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.ra.r   for  >���������>     Nxnaimo and .way.ports;  Comm^ciip nt a  post p'n.iitd  't  ! the norlhvast Corner of Timber Lease  No. 47 urn..the.batik of Campb"ll River,  thaiyo e due south 77.16 chatiis more or  liss'tothiv southvoatt  corner of said  fl'/mb.tr Lease No, 4.1* and Quiuaam Riv  er Indian Reserve, theuoe due west BO  chains,   theuce due   north 80   chains,  thence due  cast'$0 chiains   to   place  Of   oomm mcement.  Diltctl this 3rd day dt Februiry.1908  J.   WEBBE<R,  E.   Pi**kw-t. Agent.  NOTICE is herebly givon thart'thirty ���������  days after due I intend to apply to  fli'e Honort.ble Chi f Comuissioiver of  Lands and Works tor ��������� a License! to  prospect for coal and petroleum und-cr  the following described lands situato  in Sayward Dist" lot. British Co'umb'a;  Commencing at & post plruted on  tbe bank of Campbell' River afcbu*! ���������  chains east frojm'lhtt' mouth of thc  Quinsam River, thenee due north SO  chains, themeo duo west 80 chains,  thenoo due south 80 ohaius, theuoe.due  east 80 ohains to place of commence  ment.  Dated ,tbis 3rd day of Pebruary.1908  OLIVIA    PRIEST.  E.   Priect, Agjeaf,  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  P  ONKREW  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  TheUNlON BREWING Co.,  m  Nanaimo 6. C.  Hrhen In I'ouitenay f^tay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenient-"* for gueat*.  The Gential Hotel for Sportsmen  Nona but the Best of Wines atid Liquors  <it the Bar. ,- ,'  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  Fresh Fruit  gg^i,yti^^7n'^'y-^jfrt*a������nr������^Bt������a  On Wednesday and Thnrsdny  of each   >veek   we   have   fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Hunden,  [IIIWAO, Calces nnd Pi������i* doliv������r  ed daily to ������ny part of City.  KULLsrociL. , Urirwne*  ������voTi<;a.  Hi Hug on locomotives nnd   rail  way cars of   the   Union  fiolllery  Company l������y any p������?rnon  or  pur-  wiiM���������except ruin ctow���������ki fltricily  (troiiiiiitud.    ICnij.loytes  -to iu*)-  ihg t<i<lisu*i*H������l for allov   Jg name  By ordur  Trancia D Litwv  Mentor.  f 1199 burs 1900 sorts of a tlmboi  faneh fl nils* from Cosrtunsy.  Livery  JOHN McLEODS  fftxt} 1.rt}*AT'VdiAHr\  "'tJrUilrY, FJ2U1TM.  CIOARR Ht TOBAIH30K  SCHOO!  BOYtf        L  Belcher 8tr������ot  Victoria B. C  FOR  , i.u laurets,  CONTRACTOR,  CUMfiKRLAND,   B. C.  will|lako Contracts to clear land  cut ,wocd, dig ditch rs, or any  large Contract.  Prices Reasonable, and  Satisfaction .Guaranteed.  ji"l"H"t"i"l"l"tH,,H'4"t''t"l''t"i''H^|w i  | "STAR' ;;  jj Livery I  Stable ii  * * * i  " < ���������  ;��������� Hayman &, Maxwell. <I  Pinpi'ii'torf*.  +TKAMSTKKS, nnd DKAYMK.* 9  T:,lNt;i-E   And DOUBLE   KK*>T  V !.'������..       I J I IJ I? All 4 \ 13 T \ \? li 1^ *W  Vm   HIKE.  *l'KOMI������rLY  ALU   URDKKh  ATTKNDKIJ TO I  Siils froin Nanaimo Saturdaj, J p.m.,  ja Victoria,  for  UAJTCOTTVER . KfANAIMO - LADY  SMITH   BOUTB.  S. 8.     "JOAN."  ���������S tils irorri   Vancouver  for   N.ina"m���������>  ..lai!y, except Sundays, ai   30 p.m.        '  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvcr  dniy, except Sundays, at 7 a.m '  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   lit, 1907  NORTH. BOUND-R.ad  Diw:  Passc-ngei  Trains  Daily  Sunday  Stations.  No. 1  Wed.   Sit-  ,  No. 3  /ioiorin,  De. 9.00  De. 15 0(  Runnels,  9.04  i5'04  Shiiwiiigan,  10 '7  16.1.  11  10.22  IG nl  0*.bbU Hill,  10.40  1(5   Si,  Cowiobati,  10.48  16-11  Kiki-iltth,  10,53  16 47  Duucan's,  11.00  16 68  Snuifiioii,  11. OT  17 1  \Vei.'.lioliito,  11,18  17.v.  lli.oinaiuuw,  ll 32  ' 17 XI  li*i!ysmi{h,  1157  '   17. ft'  ,S mil Wnliiiigton,  ���������      12.18  18.11  N'linaiaui,  12..'<������  18 .'<  VV<.lllU)(tllB,      '  A) 1*2.5:1  Ar 18 4.  SOUTH UOUND-Read Up  No. 2  No. ���������!  Victoria,  Ar. 12.0H  ���������,-''18 85  Rius-ls,  12 02  l������.f.l  .SiiHw.niflun,  10 BI  17 35  11  10.18  IT'.tO  tJobble Hill,     .  K' ������0  li.^  Ciiwiuliatl,  10.15  IT,i't*  'Kok-ihh,  10 Oli  17 ti  Du hi'aiiV,  10 0*2  .-.wi*  .S'liiivniK',  9.47  ld.4.'>  iV������iih<i|lQ0,  1) 87  10.8'  Uli������maiiiii������,  Oi'.'fi  m.s;  LMtynnith,  Dn, (M10  D������. 15ftt>  11  Ar, 8 50  Ar. 15 4*.*  Mouth Wellington,  8.1-8  Im.'i'l  N*iiiSimo,  8.15  15)5  'Vtl iii(jtun,  D������. 8.00  De 16 00  Dominion  s  Hotel  Vietonio, 6. C.  Tlifl ll tt������a ni'ii Lowor limn, other  fii-Bt-clas*' liotels, with Accotno.  ilation Supoi'ior to many.  KooniK with or without batli.  Aiiivrieuii Flan   81.50  to U'i.oO.  ��������� Thousund Mie and Commutation Tu  per <lay. kett un >.tle, K'ood ovei rail and steiinCi  European  Plan,   Rooms only, ,-������������*������i..*������."������* onHwHccnt. per mite.  rit 1.' ai r./|   ��������� ���������. ,i���������v Specwhiflins snd sieamer** for Kxciir  .on 10 9i.uu, jki 1117. jious, siultedticeil ritc������ for panics nin-i  Ftoe Hus. I>c .Hrran(,etl fni. nn application to the  STEPHEN   JONGS Di������t. J'ass. Agent .it Victori.i.  The Coinpanv reserve* tho right lo  cbanne without orevtiiu'! nniicc.sieiimcm  tailing dates nnu hours nf sailing.  Excursion Tickets on .Sale horn antl to  *l|.bunions, tinoil lur giiitti; jiuuucy Sit-  urd.iy ind Sunday, reluming nut Is cr  hsn Mnnilav.  i, W, TUOUP, Oen. Sup. D C Cut hr.  O, I COUIUNKV, Dist Frl. A I ������m. Air.  -     .������mmmmw**m mrmtnmm* 'WP������������iBWW<WIII|W������MMWMIWi '  dian RMM*rve Lino 1 SO ehaini snere or  less to plso> of eomtnenobtnent.  Dated this Sri dsy ot P ^ruiry 11108  I. PUIKBT.  NOTICE Is hereby Biveu tbat thirty  days  after date I Intond to apply to  the Ilouorablr Clil.f Commi������*iott>jr  ut  Lairids snfl   Works fer a  Lie mat) ko  prospect tor coot ond prtrol������utn under  the follow iii<tde������orih������d lands situate  In Sny ward Dlt 1st, British Co'nmb's;  Oo,mm*nel*iR t*t a  post panted at  the south east eormrof timber Iraso  No.*., thenee due west t0������bt'nr������  l a   1 m . -*���������'���������"���������'������ duo north 30 ohalm. thenee duo  TUlUUUl   uUwUuiia: fl   f*    e^nst������r^w���������������������������������������m������������mi*it.  * ^ '    n������t*d thi������Jrd.4if of JPobrairriMII  NOTK3E W Ht'reby Riven that thirty  days ' after, - date I intend toapp'y to  the Honorable ChUf Ctmmissionor of  Lands and Works for, a* *Lior<nse. to  prospect for coal and prtrdleum under  the following described lands situate  in Sayward Dist. iot, British Co'umbia J  CommenciUR eta ppst p autod it  the north-east-corner Of Timber Lease  No, 48,th������<n<*o due uorth. 64 ohain?,  thence due west' 80 chaius, thenoo duo  south 54 oha/ins, thwodue erft 80  ohains to place of oo^umciicemeait.  Dated th>s 3rd day of ,Pi 'bruary.1908  W.    H.   MOORE,  E.   Pr.eet. Affcnt.  NOTKJE Uf hereby given that thirty  days j after date I intend fto app'y to  tlm Honorable Chief Commissioner of  La/n4s aiid Works for a Lbcnse to  prospect for coal nnd petroleum under  the following described lands si.uate  in Sayward Diet ict. British Co'umbia;  Commencing: at la {tost p antid at  the northeast coruer of Timber L*nse  No. 48, tlience' duo -west 80 nhaius,  theuce due south 74 chains, thence due  east 80chains, thsuce duo noith  74>ohaius to place of commoncoment.  Datdd ������this 3rd day of February,1908  EZRA   COOK,  " ������������������Ki-PricAt.-Agcnt.^.  NOTICE is h'Veby given that thirty  days rafter dato I intend to apply to  the Honorable Chief Commissioner tof  -Lands and -Wol-lrs (br ,i Lici-fiSe to  Vrospcct for ccal end prtroleum undor  iho folliowinK di'.'icribed lards ri'uatc  InSpywrird Diit lot. Brit'sh Co'umb'a;  , Commencing at a post plintel on  the bank of the Quinsani'Rirortat the  DOth pJaralllofi, Latktude nosr tho  south-east- corn* r Of TlraVor Lease  No. 48.! th'enoov duenort h 80 chaina,  th'enoosduo'we!* 80 chains, th uew due-  south 80 chsiius, th *nce due enst 80  chnins lo place of commenromt n* <  Dated this 3rd fliiy ot F.bru*.i y,1008  MARIA   JANE   PRIES'n,  E.   Priest". Agcn*.  NOTICE Is Jt'er-'by given that thirty  days 'after da'to.I intond tocpply to  th. Honon bii Chi;f Coir..nissioiwr ot  Lands and Wlorh for n Lioimto to  [irospert for coal . nd pi trol. um uiK'or  I he following <l icr.bed lnids 11 unto  in Snywurd DUt let, Bitl'sH Co'umb ai  Ccmm .'iicl tu ������t a piist pnntid i.t  about one miln'west (on tlio 50th parallel of Lnt'itu.i.i) from tlio Quinamn  lliv>r, t,he,neo duo west along roiU  80thpiiralUlof Lati*lu,vii80 ili.iiuir.  to tliu'weslorn boundary of .Timber  LoaaeNo. 48, t}icn>io (uo north along  said wes t.-ni boundary of Timber Lease  No. 48, 8) chain* , Iwnoo i.ue iau.BU  cliali\B, tlWuco duo, south 80 chains  to plaoj of uomuitiijiii'meiit,  Uated this Srd day ot fVbru-wy,!������08  LOUISA   COOli,  K,   I'ruflt. Agon',  Ibe Honorable Chief Commissiou^r of  Lauds and Works for a License to  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the foreshore ani undsr the water on  the Iaiids in ani opposite Newcastle  Distret and described as follows.  Commenoing at  a post plinted on  tho tea boioh.at tho nortli-west corner of  Seotion 8A, Newcastle   District, thenoe  duo  nortb    40    ohains,  ,  thenoe due east 80 chains, th-no<* duo I  seuth 30  chains moro. or   loss     to  high water mir'^ on sm  se������ beaoh,  theuoe we".teiiy along said s.a bra li  to rir>'.ee of commencement./  Dated this 30th diy of January,  1908.  M,   WILKIN "ON,  E.   Pril'St, Agen*.  . .-   . ���������*  NdTIOE is her.'bygivon that thirty  days "after datelinloud to npply to  theiHoiiora'bloChiief Commissioner of.  Lands and Works for a Lio.-4ine to  prospect for coal nnd petroleum uuder  the fo restore and under the w" ter on  the lands iu.and oppos'ti N wu-tl-.  District ani deioribid as follow-).  Commenoing at a po������t plinted on  the sea boich at tho north-west corner of Section 8A, Newcastlgo Distriot, thi-noo du*> north 80 ohains,  thenee due west 80 chains mor-,! or  less to high wa0>r mark on sea  beaoh, thenoo sou h'easterly along  said sea boaoh to place of common-,  eoinontv    , ���������   ���������  Dated" this 30th. d-.y of Januiry,  1908,  E. M, YARWODD,  E.   Priest, Age^t.  ���������PI I       III t ���������>H'|l I   '  | ll -mr    *, I     ��������� , m  NOTIOE is her hy given that thirty  days after date I intend* to apply to  Uie .Honorable Ohvef Commissioner <ob  Lotiids and .Works for/a 'License* to  prospoct for coal j nd pitroleum uu^er  tho foroshoro and under the w tor ou  the lands iu and'opposite*'N^waastlJ  Ui t Ut and desri el as follows.  Commtnoing at a post pltuUd oa  the soa boich at thi southeast oor  ner of Section 2, Nelson District,  thence due ease 8J chu lis, th. nco  thence due east 80 chaku, th'iice  due north 80 chajns,, th-ijoe duo  west 80 chains, ibiuoa clirj  22 ohu ins mor-) or less to  ter mirk o.i ������<i-i beaoh  southerly rlcng sail  place   of  NOTICE ia hereby given that thirty  dnyhaltor dateliutouW to apply to  tbt*IloiiornbleChl������fOommiislouijr of  Lunds ai.d ,Worhsfor a 'Llcuisu to  prospect for coal nnd pctrol.'um undor  tho following o\'soribed lands hi uate  in Sayward Ulit IH, British Co'umb'a;  Commencing at' a post p'anted at  tho south'O'aat ������ornor of Louise Cook'*"]  spp'.loatl'in for prospectingIIoimiro ou  Timber Lease No. 4H, tlmnco duo uorth  74 Ohalns.Cthoiioe duo went 60 ohains,  thenoo due eoutli 74 chains, tbonoe duo  cast 80 chains to p'acu of ooni-  moiiearaeut.  Dated tbUSrddnyof T!ibruxry,1908  THOUA8   HAKUV,  B.   PrlWit. Agent.  NOTIORleTereby Riven that thirty  days otter dote I Intend to apply to  tlu- Honorable Chief Couunlmlotiur of  Lands and W orks for a L'.Ovinno to  prospect for cool ������>nd prtroleum under  tho fo.-eshore ������n1 und������r thi w iter on  the lands la ont opposite) N-wouitl<*  Distriot tnd de<orlbjil as follows.  Commenoing at a post plmtet on  the eea te .oh neu tin earn boundary  of Hoot ion S, Nawesstld District  thvnoo duo east AU uhilns, thme������ due  south 80 etminsf thenoe dus wost 60  ebelta   more or   Iwt to Ugh   w������ler ( ,,,0 Ma   ,  !l!'-!?..r^'*!,...^"H'.MrWl������or"������ of  Lot 13, Nation  DRitrlot,  Dated  1908.  south  h'gh ww  i hence  s-U     Uuihto  comme noe mcu|t���������  this  30th  d y of January,  VAN  E,  HOUTEN,  Priej-t, Ag*at^  NOTICE is hor.iby given that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to  the-HosiorabkChief. C.oramissioi&r of  Lan^s ai:ti Work-** for a LiouCise ,'ta  lirospect for coal rnd p*. trolcum uu-clor  tho fo.-e8loro ant under th-i w-toron  tho lands iu.and opposite N'.wojstlo  District and. desoribed as follows  Ci'omm. noifig at  a pist pl.ntid on  the.  ������i<a   boSioh   st,   the   lnrth-w^st  ther.ca due  e:isL' 80 rhairs,   th ncn  corner, af   sootl 11   2,   NoUou   Dlst-  due south  1 cha\ni    lm-orc tr U*sa  to i'igh   wi'tiw  ravr'c dn  siabenb  thenco  north-west aloug   said  sea  beaoh  to   pho  oJ eooimrnoi-m'iM.  Dated this 30th'd'y,ot Jjim.iy,  li)08.  WAf.   BEVERlDQB,  .  ��������� E. 'Prlut.AgMi'*.  NOTICE Is hbr by given that thirty  "r.y. nftnr dn ������������������ I in! e>d to npply to  thc Honor*bio Chief Cainmiesioner ot  'Lands and Works for si .Lie Mm to  the forosl.ore ont under th- w tenon  the landi In nnd opfmltj' Nelson  Diatriot and dowrib id a^ fol'own.  Commeneiiig at a past plaited on  the sea bo toll at* t'ti sjuth.oa.it  corner ot Lit 9 ,N������>lson D'-I'rjet  thenoo iar* 80 ehains, - tbenoe duo  south 80 cilmin* th-ivce (t"������ wvt  37 ohnlns mon or I aa to hlxh w.'-  ter m'ir't on soibsi'H thince nnnh  ly nlOiK said soa beaoh to phot* of  oouini'jjcrniont. I ,  Dated this 8Ut diy of * January  fP08. i  j. rox, I   ��������� E.   PrWet/Ageut.  NOTIOE It Her by srlwin that thirty  deyt aftor dato I Intend to apply to  the UtftiorhfcUi ChU*f Uomuilssiuuer of  Lsudt and Works for a Lioettso to  proipoet for coal tad pi troleum undor  the foroshore ond undor the w ter on  the lauds in an J opposite N wsa������tlt  the lands tu and opposite Neliun  Distriot and do-ioribvl at follows.,  thu. sea bench at tbo north-vsst  oornor of Uot 8, Ndsou Distrlet  thenes duo out 80 chain*,'hence duo  south 80 ohains. t he-nee duo Wiist  66 olnlut m������n or 1'ts to high waver mark o,i tot toi bMsb. tb^neo  uortherly along said * soa beaoh to  plsoe of  eammoneeinont.,  Uitod this 8Ut diy of January,  1900.  A.  V. WLBRRT,       Ji  B.   PrXist, Agent.  ,t������|iiyi   m*aym*mm*mmtm. iw--       *   ,������ ���������������***      *   a, ,  ,     ' mm  NOTIOK I* Kor.'byglfon tbnt thirty  day* after dato I intond to apply to  ihr Honorablf Chbf Commissioner of  Land* and Work* for a Llopftsei'to  prosueet for coal end petroleum uiitfor  tho foreiUre and unlor thi* w tar on  the land* Ini nnd opposite Neliion  Distriot tnd do������r.bi*t as follow*.  Commenoing ot a pott planted on  tho tot   bo������������b nt  tbo  narthceaa*  Ml I UH HH������HI H-������h.  A2STX)  Teaming  I am prcp-trcd to  furnish *.\) Hsn Hig������  und do Timing at  rensofuthk* r.ae������,  JOHN BKVDBN  CrKumLASin  lVi*eft and  ill' JOUO   M'tlliM'  Vliitnr,  OF  COLUMBIA  }fe������l UmiUt  J.W.UINO. HtQ.t  M. A.,  OXfORD,  AmiiM.1 by thr - fW������*t������ ef t <t R ***%  miteA Vm itftim* *t tir������*ilki.>ttt %ad Can  mi*.  wtww 11 <imn >' i jii������i������|ii. . .ii i 111 ninii). mini  ti'.<������f������rir.i>..i������Uiit tm imrtn ������������vi������*r.  -������������������I luid, with or wit luul bou*i������. It  idum l.t ait������������ttd to a*x to Icout the  rniut mt������l������ ���������iilo*. II ib* tuftl*  water.    Btatt prleo. Will pay a grod  "'c*''r ' ���������-*1' u iV'V,Z   "NOT1CR lebeniy jrlven tbttlhlrTy  day* after dttel intend totippty to  tbe Hon, Vbtm > <inimi*������iHiti������T of  Lands ond ������Woik������ tor a Ltd mc to  prospert for roai and p* trol um under  the lollowing deserihed Itnd* aitnsto  lotStywtrdDi t l������.BiitUbO������������Hs;  Comnenetoi at' * post planted tt  tlw MMithwett eorner of Campbe I  nitre* tttttant *%etmrtm tint**** Ann  <M������itb lAehsJna and 46linkt morecr  f<aa to thofmmli*Mti ������or������*r slUtlt  tbenaa dutwaM 40tluiliw.*tlstiie������tfu������  south66 obtina. itmita d������t ������a������t'S0  6na sontb lOtbsias,  thai oe doe eaai ������t tbsJna, tiiesMw 4n������  ROY   i'KIEST.  K.   Prk*t. Aa*n*.   .  NOTICK It hereby given thst thirty'  days after dale I Intend tofipjjljr to  ill* itiunwjuu.v win,.' C^.Uii,i.'-:1.*.' c!  Lands and Worka for a Lteiuit- to  vrospett for coal and prtrolenm undor  tbe following desoribed lauds si:us(������  in Sayward DUt let, Britltb Columbia!  Cemmeneiug it a poat p anted (A  the eorner of lot 66 on tha aouth bound  ary ot said Lot 66. titleneodsio tooth  At fcluitw, th������u������v* due ww*t, rtOntniln*.  mora or leu to tho soutb-foscoera-  **roft)uiiissm River Indian Resnrve  Lot 71, lb*nt* dua north S4 ehims,  tbriboe doe ��������� otot M chains, io plaee ol  eonmi'ne/ment.  Dated thtsarddiyoi F^brutrT.IWS  JAMBH   PCNDRR,  I.  Prktat, AfeDt.  a mil a eato mc* iwim w t',..* %.. i.w  rntr\i"iiecm*'nt.  Doted thla 30tb diy of January,  INI.' ;  *        JOHN  SIAHRRR,  R.   Vrlett, Agent.  NOrriCRuThmbf *lwn that ihirty  daya after daiotiniouA te apply to  th������ Honorablo CbU t Oommdaioiler of  litnai* aird IWorkt foi a Llwnisn to  proapoot for ooal and pitrolcum under  tha toroahoro and under tbn wttef on  tho landa ia and opposite NowatntU  Oistttot and doaoribod aa follows.  Cwntnenelita* at a poat p anted  on the aot bo tab noir tht oiueru  beoudary   of Rent on  t, N-jw^ouIp  UisUiim, lliiutc due can tn ehnlnn,  theuoe due uer<i> a* chains ,tbene������  due west     W ebaina, thanoe    due  aoutb W ehalas   taort or    lope    io  high water w.rk on aw b������������eh,ihenee  Moderate term* lm fewler*. fens to tholw������h������aaBi worner alUti! , rtfVrWft l������thfrebf elran that thirty  iv mmHm*'*.*t*ai a*******with .oaM- *-***** d������t������������M������thali������.*htiieo*������e \**9* **������������. *������������}J}'���������������������������? ***p* *���������  fl/i,11   .,?,������������. **V**V ******** ���������hataa. th������*nea duo eatfSO tlwllonowWa������MetOo������������larioia.r  of  t mmJ*. tim. .*���������**.    ���������-***���������- -m*te* ***m ptoaafet for coal and p trott������������ omlor  )***. J^ b M ett&T o Ca������ Jbali MieTlAd* | th* following tfetorkbod landa atfito  API LY TO BEAOMA^Rir. ten Hs^rte th������n������������ weat al������M taid In. toRojrwaid IHittkt. British fo'twb a {  eaaterly  pi������������a of  Ilat#d  1961.  i|<*nt t������M   aoi hoaoh   to  oaoaaat%eaanont.  thla Stth d f of Jtnusty,  O. RRtfIL,  X,   Prtast, Agent.  KOYICRla Wr-bygivaa thai thirty  days after dattf iatocd to apply to  4(im4������w -aue ***. A* vu������������#, w>.u^v  rtu ��������� flinth tltt i"hn w, ihen*M ii������������i  weat 52 chains none or less to hi*>  gb watsr nirk on aea boa b,thenoo  northerly along t������H ��������������������� batehi ta  pltoo ot eommeneoment.  Dated thit    liat diy ot January,  10f������  *' NOTfOR ia ber by giren that thirty  days after datelinteud to apply to  the Uanorsble Chief Commissioner of  Landi and Worka for ftLlecfeao to  prospoot for ooal and petroleum under  the tortihore and under the w. ter on  tba lands in and opposite N������laon  Dietriot and daseribid aa followa.  Cuimucuciun ii a. poat plutcd on  tho aoa honob aA the mrHi-east  eornor of .Uet li. N/lao������ D.s(rift,  thoBOa duo oaat il chaina, tlitnaedae  north! X) tbafna, fWnM dua watt  SO ehaini mora ������r l**a to high water narh on ������ea teowhthnno* aonthor  IF alooy o������U mn b+aab te plaee et  eommene<ment<  Dated thto   tlat diy tf Jaantry,  IMI  J. DA VIW.  X.  Prtavt.Agv*^ fv, *  X  iA  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA".  KOTICE is hereby gUven that  3.0 days after date I intend to  a*pply to* t",i.o Honorable Chief*  Coir miss oner of Lane's and Woks  for^ a lic*;us^ tt) prospoot for  coal ana petroleum under' the  following described lands rituato  in Sayward* Diotrictand being the  CampbiLl River Indian Reserve ;-  Commri'itoing at a post- situate  .an lue bank of CUtapbell River  ind b-ingi tho nort-west corner  if a ii Reserve, thence due souht  ������'5 simTus more or lea td the  south-wvst' co-tier' os!. said Reserve  thence due oaat 60 chains to  eea beach, tbct.ioe nottheily  tfnd'8outh-\voste|rly nlon sea beaoh  olndi Camphill irivein topla'oe. of  commejicemeiit. |  Date'ii   Wiis   10th   day   of   Jan- '  WILLIAM   BEVERII>GB..i  E.   Pii<s,t,  Ag.ut  uary,   1908.  of   lot   210^C0mox   Dcstrtot,*hencef     noTIOG   is   hereby   givfcn   that  dnie    eaat   80   chains   th-tooe     due 130   days, after   dato   I   intend   to  south 80 chains " thenco due wat  35 chains more or le.stf to high  wntor *��������� marlc, on ,sea beaoh* thlio*  northerly along said aea "beach to  to   placo   oif   commencement.  Plated -this 11th day of Janu  ary,   1908,.  F,    B.   SPRUNGER,   .  E.   Priest,   Agent'.  NOTICE Is-'hereby given thut  30 days after date I intend lo  npply (to tine Honorable Chief  Commissioner   of Lauds and   Works  for   a-   license    to   prospect for ooal  fl.udpeirt4i.um    under the    foreshore  a'ud u'niier the wai'iir ou   th'o    lands  in.   and   opposite   Comox   District  o.M  desoribed   as   lollowst;,  Commenciug at a post planted  on the sea beach about 10 ohains  north ; Af tiho north-east ooruer  i\������Lot 2u2 Ucraoi.D svriet, 'ih'**itse  NOTICE Is .hereby g'.vien that 30 duiJ,east 80 chains tbwjio-..������ aue  days tfter data I luf������nd to ap- soutli 80 chains, tlieucodue w.est  niy to tha Eoucr^ble Chl.f Com 25 <.h������is.s more or K.s to Hub wat-  mislioner of Landa aud Works er raai-i on Gea be.ich, th.' nro  tor a liceuse to prospect for coal j northerly aloug suid sea beaeh to  and   petroLum under tie foreshore: place'   oli   commeiic^meuL  apply   to   the ���������     Honorable-   Cbifcf  Commissioner   of   Lands aiid Works  for   a   lioense   to prospv-Tct'for   coal  and petroleum   uud-sr   the fore shore  and   under   the   water-  on thcl.uuls  in   and   oppos'io.   Comtox    Dist: lot  tMd   described   as-   foi-ows;  : Cominc-nrviig   at   a   post   planted  on   the   sea   beach   nt   tha   norih  east   ooiruiui   of   lot   14',      Comox  Distriot;   thenoo   due east  SOci.ai lis  the noo due   south 80 chains, Clionce  I due   west   10   chins   more   or   Its  < to     high     water     mark   at     sea  |bcnuh.tli juvs   northi-iily along   said  si a b.-aali to plaee of   commencement.  Dnted   this   13ih'   day   of   January, 1908.  G. WONDEH, t  E1.-^ Pr ist,   Agent  undl undor l he water ou the lands in  and opposite Sayward Distiiot  and   d-soiib. d   as   follows ;-  Cotammcing at a post planted  ot the south-; ast comer/ of. Cam  pbell River Indlain Reserve,thenoo  duel east 80 chains thenoe due  south'71 chains,thc'tiGe due w.est  40   (h.liis   more    or    1-Va' (o   hi^h  waten   marks    thence        following J;"1,  shot e line io place o; c mrn. ik-uh-ii'   ��������� ���������~()al  Dated this 10th day of Janu-  iry,     1908.  E.. PRIEST.  KOTICE ie hereby given that  SO days after date* I- intend to  npply io th H nomtls CLi f Com  uu.isioncr of L. uds end Works  for a liooiise to prospect forcoal  an Ipetrok-um under the foreshore  i������nl -.under the' water on- - thp  lauds hi and opposite Sayward  District   and   desoribed   at   follows  Cotnm noing at a post plantod  nt h- .iou.h-. a ttomer ol C/Ui-  iib.-ll    Indian    Reserve tnenco  \lut cast 40 -chains theuce due  north 80 ohains, I hi nee duo west  to high water mark, thonce following sh-ore liue 'to plaoe of comment meut.  Dated Uils 10hh day Of Jttnu-  niv, .1908,  * HAltllY , WILKINEON  ,  ���������E-.���������Prlast,������Age.nU_._iii_  .liti   day   ot   Janu  ���������Dated    this  ary,   1908..  W,   A.   CLARIC,  K.    Priest.   Ago.ut,  "���������NOTICE ~lb~hereby"givin- that  ���������10 ������days   after   dale   I-  intend'   to  apply-'to    tho   Honorable        Ohief  Commissioner of . Lands aud   Works  for   a.   lioens.0    l/o   prot'p,eoc   for  and    pest roleuin   under       the  foreshore   and   under    the.   water  oji   ths   lunds   in   and       opposite  Comvjx   Dislrie"t,a<id'  desoribed   aa  follows;-"   ' " ' ���������  Commen'.ing* at a,, post planted  In the sea; b'aih at the norih  east corner* of Lot ,C|0'.'-'Cotnoix.  District, theuce dxi<i east 80  chains, thence due south 80 chains  themee dike wret o'U chains thox'e  or' oi������' least o high watu- tiark  ut aea beach, ) li"iioe iiort* .crly  along sea beah to plaee ufcjui  mt-ncmi-nt.  Dated    litre   Uth   day   of   Janu  ary,   1008.,  E.   H03SON,  ���������E.    Priest,   Agent. -  due  'River  NOTICE'   Ss   hereby   given that'  fO   dij'K   after   date   I   intend   to  lo   hpply   to   the.  Honorable Chief  Cou'missiru.r   it   L n's . ?n"d Works  191-   a   lio;ns2   to'    prospett      for | ou  coal   and   petroleum   under,   the foi  lowing   described .'lands situato    in  B;ty ward,   Distric.and   b ing   lot   '11  iQuiuaam    River,   Indian   Reserve  Cjinimncing, at   tbe   south   eaat  corner   of   said' rencrvo ,'   thenco  due   nu*lh   51   eh ins,   fhencs  west   40   chains id   Quintain  ih nee   southerly   hi. ng   Qu'nsaiu  Ri*'.'r    'O   tbe   touth'west   corn tc  of   said''ri'ttrrVn,    Uhenoe   due east  75 vhaius m^re or less to   plaoe   of  D.tted this 10th day of Jauu���������  uly,   1908;*  ���������     '. Ci P.. WEBBER. ,  tt.    iT'St,   Agent        .  NOTICK "la" herebyi givnn that  'Al diys after dniu 1 intuiid to  f.p, ly.to tin* Uonoialilc Chief Commis  it.uib.it' ol\ Luu.ls , and-Worka for  a liciiiso to ptdapad' for coal  nu i putiol. Uuv uu'loi" the to 10  sliuio and umdiii' Uu wat er Ou  lili,: 'I,nuts and oppastlo Sayward  Ditiitiot and diosci'ibcd at follow*;-  Coinmouciiig at, a post' plantod  on ihe H'Ui -e'cli .0������li iiM 11.1I11  of lh- B'U h i-0Ht corner of lot  78    Siiyivurd   Drtsirict^   thenooduo'  J^OTICfi    is'   hereby   given    thai  OO , days after   date   I   intend    to  apply   to    thu--Honorable'-     'Chiof  C������n.*misslon.M-   of   Lauiu   Worts-,  for   u..   license-  I   0     prospect     for  coal   and   'petroleum   under.. -  thu  ���������foTe'i)vore^T*id���������Tiinder���������the-���������water-  on-  thu  duiicls ��������� iu -   and    .opposite  Connox   D'isl/'iet       and     desveibed  :is    fulilowH ;������'���������  Oommeni'iiig'   at   a- postN planted  Cat*   fivii   b-aeh   at tlio   north-*  ;.asl.   uorntiii   ot    Lot     125,    Comox  District     ihence    duo      oast'      fcO  chains*,   t'h'ouce    aue   south 80  chaiitiSf 'fh'i'iicc aue iy<-nK ��������� iti  chains more or l*ss to high wat  n-r murk ' oh , 'sea bench, ilv*ucc  inofihcjly along sa.d sen bjachib  place   ot'   oou-m-wMioitni ul.  Dtt*ted    cms    tut*   uuy' of    .'anu  ary,   1903.. -  *'  WILLIAM   HOLDCN,  li.    Priest,   Age.uf.  NOTICK is hereby givisn thit  SO days after date I inteud 10  apply ot the Honorable Chi-of  Commissioner of L::itds and Works  for a Incense to " prospwot for  coal and petroleum under the'  foreshore and under thi.wa.10r  on the la uds in and opposite  Comox District and described as foi  lows,- .    ,  Commencing ��������� at a. post planted  ou (he sea/ bt'.aih at the south  i-iisi co nlT of lot 151 at the  moutJi of Oyster -"River Como*.  DidLrioi, 1 lii'hee due east 80 chains  ilK'iice due s-outh 80 i-ho'.iifc. thence  due ws-st 30 ch;ius more oi'las  to .high M*iie.r mark atswabeach  ilioiice    westerly   along said isea  beach   lo   place   of commeno imoni.  Dated   this   13th-   day   of   Janu-,  ary, 19'J8.  V.   A.   \'OUNG.  JK.    Priest,   Agont  'NOTICE .iai  ?* days nfte  npply tlo. th'  'O.oinmV'1 011.0 r'  Works - for- a  li'ct for co.l  (|.a'r the. tore  ihe   water   on  hereby   giv<in   line  date ,1   Inti'nd   to  Hpjiaroblo,     Ch;������f  of     Lnncfs"      and  lioeii'SB   to       pros-  rnd .p'tol-um   nn-  ���������8hf>re     and   unAer  the   lands,   in snd  NOTICO' is hereby giv'.'n that  110 days afUvr dale 1 intend to  aiiply to the Honorable Chi'o't  CoiuniitSblwuvrcf Lanc'������ and Warts  for a lie.cn so to pioMji-ct coal  aaid' pLslroluum iiik( r I'll > fore-  .sho.r.i "a c.tl under the water on  the laibis iu ';:irl oppo-iiel Co-  m'oxi |Di-itriJl aid dcsoiibid as  filows;-  ; Cominn ing   nt.      piost    pl..ntcd  pn    th.-*    sea    o.a ih    nbout' 20  Cihtui'.s   noi't'h    w.-slerly    fieni    the  uorth-.-ait   co.-uer-  of'scctiun        4  lew iisfhip 5, t'omox D:s<.: ict,'   (henre  t'.ne   ."iirtlr   UJ   chains, i:h-. ucn du-u  wests.   WO.   ������luL-:a, ih-iu u   riuesoulli  (50   th ;insmore o, loik to   1 i^h   wa-  "ter~~maTk'~u 1���������sn*a-^'l>>aeh,:���������th lUir-e  souili4 asieily   il'iig^aaid    ...s'.'a-  beu h   10   pla e.   of 'tommei c- m u'.  '   Dated   1 his ��������� 13th ������'day   of   Janu-  aiy.   1918. - '   ���������  W.   H   .   BENTLEY,-.  ,. E.    PiLeiit,   Atjelit.  uaat tti) oltuina, thenco due soutn  i<Q'--,.. ohains, .tUrueo*; dun ^ty-env, 65,  rh.lnsu.oie or lets to h'gh water  inanv* on .sea bi*������������h������tlianj*.nunher  ly aloug Vqaid i ������eas biiaiih to������ thv  pUee of t'JMuiMU'iin'iiL.  Dated'  tills   Utb   day   of  Jowu  J. 8.   J,   EMANUEL8,  !- B.   Prlust, Agivut'.  opposilv Comox Dist 1 let and do-  Hcribed ns ' follows ;  coniRpncIng et , ft. pout vlfl������ted  iU thy bDia"bra"h' at i������ iiti!nm*������l  eoTn,i,ff"o f Lot'."t6, Ccijiox or������i-  triot) llu'ilco dim' vast 80 chn'.in  iho'nco' dwe* south 80 rha'nn,,'  llionooduo w-cst ���������/Uohaint more oe  li br      to   placo   ot   ooinm-Micr.menl  Dn(������������t*-.. this-  11th   day   of   Ju 1111  try,   1(9 08.,  ,        'Di   O.  1WILLIAMS,  B.   Priest, Agent.  '   NOTICE    i->   h reby   gi'ven   thai'  SO   days   after   data1. I   Inheiid   to  ii.piply to   Hhv lluiiorablo-      ���������  Chief  CoinmissioiM.*!' oL LandB'nnl'Works foi  a   110'use    lo. p-ospjet   far     coal-  und   p.rol um   u'dir   Ui fo.es on  Vml   unuei-    lh*e   bvuier'tn '   the  jnnda   in'   nnd   eppo.itn   C mox Dis  t i-l   nnd   d o^'bjd. ai   ftlovs;  Co   m 11 Inix   <t   a   t������.t . i limed  on   the' sea   b ach   about      20  chains   u.   w., from Jiho .north  east   corner of. S. 4,  *T,   &   Comox  j DitUriol,   thcncei   due   nonb       <J0  1 chnins,   iImicu.   duo   msi   to chnins  I theuco   (tui>   south   80 chxNis  ��������� tin nee . d.iie   wmtf  80   chvus       to  plaoe   of   commcnoriiaiut.  Otited   I hia* j3,Ii   dny   oO   Janu-  oiy,   1908.      -, .���������   ���������  R.   M.   r������vGAR,  E.    JlM.it t,   Agent.  toDatcd   this   ISth day   of   'Jauu-  arj*.   1903.  GEO.    D. fCOTT  E.    Priest. Agent  NOTICE is hereby given that  30 days sifter* date I inUsnd tu  apply to tho Honorable Chief  Comrirsfiioner of- Lands and Worl-s  for a license to p:osp.ct for  coil and p troleum u: der the  foreshore and uiid.11- the walur en  thc l.ndu in rud opi 0 Re Comox  Districi and de&ci ib.-d ls 1i>1iows ;<���������  Commi4iic|i.>g   at   a. posli   planted  en   the   sea-   beach   stout Oi  phVCns north-.ivistiiily from (he  south-,.'.-!-;!-, eorner of seotion 3.  tewnh'p 5, Comox Diit i'i ib nee  duo north 80 eliiiiap,-tinner due  cast* 80 cliain.'-s ilnnee due. uouth  ������0 thiiius, IhMioeduu west' '80  ch i 's   'o   pi oj   ol   iO'i'm u.im n*.  Dated   thirt   13th   dny   of  .January,   1903.  '  ���������     F.   H.   LANTZ  E,   PrU'st,   Ageut  NOTICE is hereby given tliat  a0 days after dato 1 iul-cnd 10  apply to thc, Honorable Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a license lo p o. p cf foi-  cosl and" petroleum undfcr the  foreshore and under 1110 water on  thc lands' iu and opiojie Comox  Districi and descr/.bed as follows ;-r  Commencing at a post/ planted  on   thci   sea    twach   aijuuL* 10  nor'lh-'wcslin-ly from thc * scutn-  e'ast co:uer of roolicn?, lown:bip  5, Qomox District, thence d������i* east  80 chairs, ht. iicr dus south *' "/0  chains more or l-fs to hith wa  ter mark at sea biaeh, tluir.ee  uor h-'wes,terly i.lp-11-j; said sea  b'ah   to   place   of- commencimut.  D'ated this 18th'-day .of January, '1-908.'  S.   P.   GIBEl'.SON,  E.    Priest.   Agont       .  -, t*OTlQS is hereby givt-n tnat  ������i0 days' aifter date I inland to  apply    to   the    Honorable 01*>.'t'  Commissioner of. Lanes and Works  for a license ;o P'O p> ct ' for  coal and petroleum undur the  fen-shore, an! under tne wtiier on  the lands * in , aid opposite Ccmox  District and a- sen bed as follows ;-���������  Conimincing at' a post planted  on ih' Osea beach at tha soulh-  tafit eoriKuGot p/'ctioii- 'AS, iioWn-  Siliip 6, Comox D'ifitiict, , tihi-Jnce  due eas' 6ft ch. in.-, th pic-o due  iM-'otli '30' .chaiinstlK'nce due wesi  Ci) chaiu^7~~uiriicB���������d--*3���������sout-h���������GO  chains, more or cl is to li^hwa  to* mark at, sea beach, ibcnoe  south-c-aslorly , aloujj ,-uid' <;ta  beach   to   place   of oouim-vtecineiit.  'D'ated   this , 13th   day   ot   Janu-  aiy.   1908  G.   F.T. O I   Y,  E/Pries', Ag ni.  New Spring Goods;  at M. L. Masters  Ladies Ready-to-wear Hats.  Muslin Underwear for Ladies and  Children  New Corsets, Blonses, Ribbons,  * Laces and Embroideries.  A Fine Assortment of Ladies' Underskirts to choose from.  Oui  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCB  Trade Marks  Dcoiono  Copvriqhts Ae,  .... -    _.     .  -      -        .'illRIHt  I'ntouts taken throuvli Munn A Co.  tpiclal imUcj, without oharao, la the  recoKo  .VOTI01I lahtorbby givon thai.  8V dkiyr after dn'iof U i������il������ud to  apply to thn Honorable Chief,  COiiiinlti oner of Lauda, aud Works]  for a llO'iiuo to, prospoot , for  ooal and iM'troWuminuar tho lore-  ������.<boro   and  tuudor   the  wat'or  ou  north .. .��������� ,.... .,  latitude. tbenoo duo eaat HO  ch.. Ino, tbenee duo itfuvli 81} ch lm  tbiiouduo \W*.\. 8*olial������������ raoieor  l'tt to high Mttr mark at son  laaeb thelioo uoithM'ly slongnaid  tea, buttcU to, plueo of eommeji*  cetneut-  Dated  thia  llth  day  of  January,   1108. *'  A:        -Wv ���������#.   VAN-  HOUTBN*  fit    IVIett,   AgtmlV  r NOTIOK* ������������ imehy fflvan tlvat  VBi days af|i������r dndtt 1 IntVtM to  tpidy ot lit* Itoitorahlif Chiof  Commlaiiloriijrof'Lnndt ��������� and Worka  for a Henna* to prospect for eoai  nnd emu oleum undor tb ft foro-  uliore tnu utiuor tnu ������4.t. v.,  ti.fi l*ud.i Hi nnd hppnult* * Com*  oi DUtrlet' and described at tol  to wat*  Cuniujcnelnff at a 00*1 plantied  otv tho t.'a beseb at tho north*  itat corner of aaotlon ������0 Town*  .)���������<������������������������ 1 Cnmni Dd*triet, theatee  duo eaat 80 olisina,tn������neei uue  aotitlt 80 ahaliw*, thonco duo  west tt ebaina moro or In* to  ittgb wator mark, on^tbo aoa  tnatitA, ib'ueo uoi'tbe*ly1rt������B������ aaid  at a be tub to plaeo of ' oomcuea-  menu  IXtted  thla  Utb  day 0  January,   1901,  VH   9.  CATANAGlf,  E.   rriist,   Agent  NOTICR' it hereby gUraa that  9% dsya aftor 4ata I laUnd to  ���������Pt Ir to tba Honorablo Chief Co-  tnmisaiORtr   of   L*tt't  aat   works  for   m  Waertae   be  proa peal      for ,   ���������til aad patroleaat aader tbe   ten* Urr  mmrk   at   ara   W������*h .tlianea  4i>it*tK    *������..'.   uuiKt   thii    *vnt*r   ������**���������'n    w.   alons   a, 11      mra   b*a������h   ta  ttm* lands  in  and  opp������������iiaCi������njoa ul^e-   of  ewnm-it^m m,  DUtrlet  and  desotibed   aa  fellowet    Dalcrt  thia   Ulb   any  at   Jaaa  Comca-neiiiR;  at   a   p-wi   pl*nt������d ary.   18M.  em th*. ere   Uneb   aboot   S ehaiao W.   H.   ARl.'OLtl,  9**rih   at  the  aratb  oaat  corwov %.   Pr*at,  Agent  NOTICfi   bi   hereby   fti-vrn   that  30   days   aftor   date   I   intind   to  apply   lo   Aw   Honorablo      Chief  Ooinmisiilww of Landa^ud    Worka  tor* a   lloenae   to   prospoot forcoal  rand   pt-rroluuni'i  *uiifVr   thn   foro-  shote   a'lid:, uiiUw*   tlvo; wut ir on  the   Und/*..  in   nud   opjiOHlto Comox  District   tint  desoi'lbod"'������������   fnllowa  OomminiWtB   i't   n   post* plinted  oh   tli J  ara   beah   at .tha   north-  ciMt   oonit-jr*   ,: ot   8eotlt������|i2't,, T ;wn.'  shi'if   4<   Oomo'xt   Diixttlet,      thuicn  (i*uw   iwrith   HO   thai tin: thenoe du������  "    '   '        L 110a   du*.   aouth  dua .*������������������.* a l      80  oniua ir-int ut  day   ut   .luiiu  ary,   1908,  J, l|T.   WOllLKY,  ���������; t. .   .   B���������  I'rleat',   Aguf-ity    ,  JIOTI0B la^reby fflvm Unit  !I0 days after ilatcl lut*. ud in  CommlstlOiwroif Ltintltand Works  10, oPldJ.to th? Honorable Chlet  for a lloenao to prospeot<f0r coal  nxiiii p������Vro|u������tt>r ondur the foro  khuro aod*. und*r CUj wsl-r on  thn lauds ht and oppoHlto Comox  DWUlot   and dvaoilbod nt   fol'.own;-  Commi'iiioiaK   at  a   poat   planted  oil   the,   ������.<a 'bouob   at   the  -noith  east   corner   of   aeottou   115,  Town  itlilp ' t   Comox   Dhlrlct,   thent-oduo  north 80  ohalna, thonco duo ea������t 80  *iuiii\������ tbenee dun ttouth   80   ohnlns,  uhenoe   due   wim   00   utiatti*   .*>  nlatiti   wi   m.'jjjjj4i'.iii't-ra'*nt  Dated   thla   I.'ltb   day   of  Janu  ary,   IMI.  i,   A.  TUOM80M,  \\i   driest,  Agent   NOTTCR U hfrabf titan that  30 (b)'a after timln I tntvui 10  apply io the lloiioiablo Ui;������i  Commuialofvr of Lands and Worka  for. a license to pionp.-oi' for  ooal' and petrtilaum under tbo  toroahore and, uud^r tbu w������>eia  on the lands it* and oppont to  Comos  Diatriot   arid   daaerlbod   tm  fbllOASi-  Commenelng at a poat plauted  on ili* **���������*��������� UjaU at (fi* nniih  eaat oorner of a*toliou2&, to������n-  ablp 4, Comox -Otvtrtot, thunee dua  eaat W ebaina, tbtne-r- due aoutb  td) ehalntt tb uce. duo wi-st 89  obalna more or lost to bigbwa*  trr  NOTICE is he.rohy given that  8*0 days aflur dn\o I intend to  npply lo the Honorable Ohief  Ci muilfl>vloiir:r' of Lands end W.orhs  for a li'i-nsn 10 p'O pect for  ooal and petrolutirn uinKr ,1 ������-.:  foreshore and under th> water on'  the luids lu 1 ������d ' op 0 ite Comox I  Dlritriot and rtefo-ib.^d at fol'ows;-       1  Conini'.'iiciiiig   nt   a   post   planted!  oln    th������ .'800'..;'bfOQll     shout,    -20  cliiiins   north nv :������(ei'ly   from       tho  noriht*n������t   co n*r   01   s-ctioiv     i,  townhlp   5, ���������Comox   UUt'l t.thruool  dun   oast   80.  cIiiiIiip,   tlu-iic-o     due'  gtu li   80   cli<l:iK   mor,'   or   . _  hlKli   water   murk   of   sea   beaoh  Ibnoi   iioth-wsuiily    o'oun   halt  sen   b������ch   to'ul'-fo-o?   cumm-iKO.  nu 111.  A hanrtiomclr lllimtmlort wnolilr, Lnrituiit olr>  culmioil of Any inluntltlo Innrnul, T������riiin, f'.l n  tour inonttiB, $1, $011 liy all novrmlaiilern,  .-NyCol������������������������,MW'N6wYqri  n������aoh offloe, 'w f Bt* WuiiiDictuii, u. c.  CooJk'8 Cotton Root Compound.  Tbo great Uterine Tonte, aud  only tmto eilVifitiittl Monthly  IlegulaliOi'on which women caa  dopeml. Bold ln Uiroo dearoos  ot utronirtU-No. 1, 811 ��������������������� ~  JOdoKveos.stTonwriWi Np.  will   be on  Everything new and up-to-date.  -��������� -. 1.,^    ��������� .....I- .������������������,.,.��������� .���������      ���������,������������������������������������-���������-.������������������.,,, ,.         ...    ���������������������������..,      .      1...     ,   ,...    ,������������������,���������  * .*������' ,  DQ, Li. CQflSTE^S.  Cumberland and Nauaiuio.  "WvWWVWaSEEJ  tor Bjjoci������|.ouso������,  :J per  ty aU druKflrfnU, or *0"ii  ci on. rooclnt of pripa,  .   l-/ .. ">��������������� - Woo Pamphlet AiMroMf THI  I'll   .10 , DOWlllWOIHlCO.JoitCNTO, OUT. tjomerlv Witutttp  P, PHILLIPS. HARBISON  Bai*i'!������ter and SoJlcltr 1-  nncl  Notary Public  Conveyancing  ��������� Cuintatal ', 1C.  Thn, Great IhglirA itemed*),  'iontin and Invlisoratefitlis wholo  iiuiviiijit H}*4ieiii, niskva nt-v������  HIij-mI In old Veins. Owm AWr  OU* Dcbililu, AfentfU and firvin IVorru, Pt*  pondeneti, Sexual lrtakne������ti Jh^mUrions.tlDer  -**m l^m-f ...  Subscribe for tba NEWS.  (rerwertv frariofl Tterontni,  Ont.  Wlien in Cumlierland  STAY AT THE   V EN DOME*  vr   ku, OoyvKNitaoas ton Qvatrs.  ('its Bar ir Sum<imi with  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. R  'BANMBRMAN.  ���������inmii i hmiii������iiii������'ii  i���������I'm ���������i        ���������  lie who toolcth  WATSON'&  #*;  k^i^A-mft. ���������**���������*���������>   ���������  .ivui.nv.  yf-,*ik-',*\j>A- *>;��������� \*t - ir.*i,>,i  i?'.ffikV.F!iftcr! |  woiirovB*  '���������*t*,'tn,'~*AirAJil'Am.*m ,.*\  -^������*;  ���������t*t^#S*''  h'9i^mh*m]  ���������.f'-r,t>imr$5  ..,'',.t*.:-r ���������'....>..."5  ,.    .v:Tt?:-jr;/-fv't;i������v  1/ >W������><J|.ifH,,u*.'.^  L   '   Td *'*l-'V'::*J  I.'       '���������        ,.m^*..��������� ���������,-<���������      ;  I  '   K:       ��������� *- ���������'- 'J  U'*&t~<r.&Li',..,t  *4S$t:  my    f   -t* m.  King of Seotch If hiskies*  iTHo HUDS0N3 BAY CO,  Sole Aaent* for 5 C  not fa's own horn  the Nnn:e shall not he tooted.  riiero arc many ways ot tooting a  horn. One mnn will ro up and duwn  the street and run dowu bis neighbor  in order to create sympathy, He will  tell Jiow Mr, Bo-and-so tried to do  blm up, not stopping until bo Rett an  I'xpriwnn of aympntby and postibly  wiitdM.f nrpr'.so (hit the min lyould  da nucha mean trick. The tooter it  KfitiRfied, bo has sown a eds nnd bat  in his owu estimation none one up.  He h.ia notarial to work upon and  he goto touty. lie telle b'a wife, ha  ,N'Sl,������'hti friends what ho hat hoard.  ThuttM' good work goes on.  Another miu will tell you a hard  luck mnrj In such a way that ytu are  ncirry, and are likely to repeat it a*  unto out uf syunpaiby. lie g.<ta tome  'ipickiiiKs" that way, The time ann  in likely to run into your d bt tt you  &ru m business; you om gut it out ot  him he b**it w.*y you em. He lt#or������  ih huihinir, no be has tho b**t of you.  There nre others again who are aU  wuysfoefure thu publ'o wt h aome lit  tie tt'lu me fur your cousldnrt'lon,  None ot theso oan be oonn'.dr.d ������e  InMUlUlAle    todtutf     'Jt   ..���������,, ,^.-,..m.  ni'i. u..'i.j n*"' iu-iho'it ot niU't-rt  itfin;', but tit; bm Uut bti A a tluui  nil is r.rwf������p'|i*r tootinR or advertisl*  nii.   Yuur Itcal p per for Instanoe,  Tint ih������ New* is ������ ������o*)d rdvrtisltig  U.t.������IUll������ uUtli    >....   -'...J,   >m   '-���������'    ���������'    t."  I'M wi bout snylnit. lomctimea tbara*  milt������ are {|uieker ibin oth rt. Many  iu������tAnc<'K could be mnitloteil wb'rr**  in Ihe Sewn hi* b**en of Imnediato  undoubted teuilU to it* ������dv.*riiacra.  Tlowi'tpra fn������i rile of wa ha ag������ Mr.  J. K. Uiggtii* droppd ua a not* aak  iwJT u* '0 i.-fv*,r'U* id* *ttic\ tnr ail*.  nud bm intm to i������*Ht, !!������' eallde at  the ������Id*** about a fortnight after ta  ������<���������<������ what h������ owed for (be ad. whtefe  had Wn lit* n*������������i.������ <*t r 'Hint hit  '.iii*. f������t h m tnd nillnf/ >H hlaateeb.  'IV en.ia wvid irflma in eowpirieoo  ������������������tli tbe iinfi* re*elvd,*  M<������th1-T������������h your barn tbrouuhtba  ividiutnof m������*������M"P -t idvertiaiag. %^   m.   -���������-t    -V*  .-���������**-  . -���������*,  THE KEWS, CUMBEBLAMD. J3RITISH COLUMBIA.  During   the Quiet   Season  is the time to get your  watch repaired. More  watches are ruined by unskilled workmen than years  of wear,  Stoddart, the Jeweler;  Practical Watchmaker.  T  i    C, H TARBELL  I BTJTCHBB SHOP  Where are you going? lam going to the Comox Co-operative Meat  Market, where I oan get a Nioe, Tender, Juicy Roast of Meat: No Bone,  All Moat.  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager.  HIGH GRADESTOVES  And all KITCHEN .IUTENSJLS  Sportsmens Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  Mlisa    Kathleen Hill baa. gone to  Lady smut h.  LOCAL ITEMS.  The WILEON HOTEL at Union  BAY is noted for its Fresh Oyster  Cooktails. It takes only e minute  to make om. Hive a luxury!  Mrs. 0. Bradbury has joined her  busbmd*at Cap2 Laze. Mr. Bradbury  was'formerly Superintendent of the  Government tel<*graphs in British  Nortb Borneo, and is now in charge  of'ihe Dtmi'.niom Goirernm: nt wir l.ss  station <at Cape Laze, near Comox.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Piket of Denman  Iskuid-^pent a few days in the oity  last week returning ou Saturday,  . Rov. Mr. Hadifings ������nd Mrs. "flast--  ings ond family left for Viotoria on  Saturday morning last,   .  Pacific Coast Grown'  Seeds, Plants, Trees.  for tho Farm, Garden, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable prioot.  No Borers, No Scale, No Fumigation to damage Stock.  No windy agents to annoy ��������� you.  Buy direct end get trees and seeds that  will GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spray  Pumps, Sprayiug Material, Cut  Flowers, etc.  M. J. HENRY  Greenhouse* and P. O. Ad-  drCM���������3010 Westminster Road.  Walworth-Roiston Co.Lti  Mr. Thomas Bickle  Viictouia,    .  is on a visit to  Mr. T. D. McLean has returned cigala .from a trip to Nanaimo,  Mr, J. L, Brown of Union Bay was  in������town for a few days last week renewing acquaintances'. Mr. Brown  h'aa severed hii connections with  Fraser and Bishfop's store at the Bay  and intends taking "a j-est.   ���������'  Judge H5rri8^"pd3rraB~ciIyTSisT  gular visit   ilast week.   ���������  Mr Norman Short of Vanoouver,  Is renewing acquaintances in the city. ���������Norman loots well aud as if  lute was agreeing with him.  Mrs.  was a  week,  J. Piercy  visitor to  af Det^mmn Island  Cumberland     last  Nanaimo   la  a  Uye. Dryeldale   of  guest iu tbe citjVi  'Mrs. J. McGill of Nannlmo In the  Buest of bar parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Duuoau Thompson.  NOTICB is hereby given that 99  days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable Chief Commissioner  of Lands aud Works for a license to  prospjet for coal and petroleum und  er the foreshore and under tbe water  on thi hud* iu aud opposite Deep Bay  Newcastle District, ai������U described as  folio wi>;  Comnu-ncing at a post planted on  the sea biaoh at the north-west eorner of Lot 18, running due north 80  chains, thence due west BO ohains,  theuoe due south 12 chains moje or  less to setibv-aob at high water mark  thenoe south-easterly along the siu-  uosiiies.jOf beaeh to plaoe of oommeu-  ceimeut.  Dated this eighteenth day ot February, 10C8,  ���������_   E. S. COOK,  NOTICE is hereby givon that SO  days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a lioenao to  .PMiip^otJor^coai^���������ndjMr^������mua������i  der the foreshore and under the water  on thst landi lu and opposite Deep Bay  Newcastle District ,snd described as  follow*; ..;  ��������� -i.i.A/'-''-  Ocmmtflclng at a post planted on  the sea beaoh at tbj north-west curlier o������ Lot 13 ruuu'jua due narth 80  ohains, theuoe due east 80 ctuius,  j thviuoe due south 80 ohains more or  | less to sea beash at high water mark  thcnlco south-weatwardly alting the  saidi sea beach to plaee of common  cement.  Dieted this ehihtocutb day of Feb-  ruary, 1D08,  L. M. C03K,  B. 8, COJK, AgjUt,  Mr.,������nd Mirs. S. Calhoun returned  foomViotoria on Friday laBt.  Mn. nnd Mrs. Russell of Courtenay  returned home on Friday last.  Mr. J. Matthews and Mr. T. E;  Bate were passengers to Viotoria on  Saturday morning.  Comox Drips.  Comox is out of news this week as  tho ipeople are too alow to have anything new.  Wanted a aorrospqndnct resident  at Comor or in close vioinity to there  as our "Man on the Winn" says that  he oan f'.nd no uew. It-will bc notlc  ed ,wo   bave   a   K'tttj   al&where.-Ed.  joi6 Westminster Avenue, Vancouver,  B.C.  Dealers in all kinds of Farm Implements.  Best Line of Modern Machinery and by Largest and Best Factories.  Write us for Prices and Catalogues.  Mr.iDuuoan has returned from the  Capital.  .,., q       "   i   ���������  Mr. oind Mrs. D. Walker l*ft on  Thursday on a holiday trip to tho cities furtlwr  south.  ������ ��������� _, ���������   .     ���������  Read Mrs Masters ad on another  pagp.   It will, interest the ladles.  Mr. W. J. Cooped, government audi  tor was in tho elty last week,  JI.L I ' '"-"   *f"      '" ������������������Mil  Mr. J. A. Hallidny of Comox  tor Vio.oria on Saturday.  mtt  Courtenay Chaff*  CANADA'S   GREATEST  NURSERIES  > From Our Mau on tho Wing.  A quiet wedding took place ou the  Second of March In the Kngltsh Ohu  reh at Sandwick, when Miss Myra  Cliffe wns imltrd In marriage to Mr.  Joaeph flhf.mpiion. Both aro well-  known young people ot Comox aud all  will Join In wl.h your correntiondiint  in wlshiiiK the newly married o*uplt ������  long and prwspurous happy married  life, Tb.y Ut. fur a honiymoou jaunt  tn Campbell fiver,  Mr, Kd. Anthony has roturn.d from  Oyster River where bo has ba������u spen  ditiK the winter.  "Hi Hon I" | see (hat Mr. Mulfom  Hitmen is fillhiK M>*. Jixtue-j MeKon-  ilo'H pi.ice as delivery buy will) tbo  CiuuborUiidtSuuply C mp ny,  ���������Wn an (ltd tu aa* Mr. Orlstow  isablu to be r.round again. Evervona  iioongratulaiing himon hie rapid re*  no vory, ii nd well lliey u.,tflil.  Mr. JaiiivH Uio-e, oiii* ot tbe pioneer  rsu.'buM of Couiot VolKy, passed a*  way on Fndsy list, after a ln&tby  Illness. II������was a wan mueh res|H*et������  cd by his infiKhb������m aud friends aud  ueni'se bat* on*t a iiloom over tbe val  ley.tmpeeially mmonit the pioneers of  early oVya, wim rcwmbir thn strug-  Llo*. The (herasid was highly reap- ig t|.#  i-ot.'d, Tb** h "iul look plicu y������������-i  tordor afternoon to the Rukliab ebur  *        "         r    ii             11 ,..*,*��������� I���������  .<..',,*������������   fc..^    ....    ������������������    -*   ".    ��������� ",     ���������'      .-  iml' r������iu������iii!������ne������.   A wife, four son*  and threo  rt**uKhler*i aurviw, ait uf  wb.oh ������r������* grown up.     The twrrsved,  'in������l; >-**e   b   nyinpabv of tho cam-l  ..ni'iiiy in tb������a \hcit -.iu** if kuituw,  Mr. Hithnrd    Flews hns sold out his  ���������in*-n'*rtv in th* villvav to Mt. M. i**r  ,i, snd uitemHi tamiiK a tup tw in*  "old sea" to ���������������# bis parent*.  Mi.W. -AkVonlHnd  of    L������dy������miib,'  and Mr. Cptaln l^tterson of Van-  ouuvtr wire tli. uutsla ol   Mr. and  Mr*. UiQMbart f^r a few d^ys. i  M' a������r* it*r*������oh and Crock, tt am  er 4it in^ their new livi ry stable, Ho  Courieu.y >s KfiiwuiM.  Th**Cimoi V������H y Improvement 8<k  nl> Uiuk in a Uir.^ iiuuiUci uf u>u.  but a vn V.Aay night.  A miu ber et promim-iit cltliens of  this burg am Aatinlm way* and n������*  trie the mesne to prevent CimU-iUnd  pecpl.. from fiehlng in the Court rosy  mu nuud^yt.  Thr   ronnif hm h ei bmtab'. *nt par '  tlj- cleared for the ������������w Orange lliil  to lit oreoteil ���������bortl]*. .    f  Mr. Albert tlrxnt ba* rmted Ur.  WtlUtra lawla rsneb  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOB  OUMBEIiLAND  to sell IIi|jh Class Nursery stock  in Fruits nnd Ornanieutals Larg  est list of new speeialties ever offered. Start now at best soiling  season. Ucemced by B.O. Gov-  eminent to sell in the Prorhtoe of  British Columbia. Big induce-  menu, Liberal Pay, Handsome  Free Outfit, Territory Reserved,  write for terms and Catalogue, and  und 26c for our alutuiuum pocket  microscope [Magnifies 4-J times]  and 80c for our handy saw, jus  tho .thing for trimming tree* [cuts  iron as wall as wood.!  Stone&WeLLington,  Fontlilll JN urseriea,  [Over 800 nores]  TORONTO    - -     ONTARIO  Shake Welle  Now bi tbo timo wben tbo doetor  gets busy, aod tho patent modioino  manufacturers reap tbo harvest, unlet n great oar.) i* ttlceu to dress as  warmly imd keap bhe foot dry. This  advioi of an old eminent au>-  thorlty, wbo   says tbat Rheumatiem  wit It'ito***   trnttht*  wpattinr   t*  b*re  and also tells what to do tn oaio of  an sfrUek.  J   (let -from any good proscription pba  I rmtey one-ha If ouqoo Fluid Kstraot  Dsndellon������oi:o ounee Compound Kar>  yen threo   mine's  Ramnonnd   Svt-.m  j SaisApirillii. Mlaty ebakiug lu abot  !������������j aad take a teaspoonful after meal*  ���������nd at  beddilme.  Just try this sloiplo boinr>mademix  luru at tbe first sign of Itbeumatlsm  or f yonr btek sebee or you feeltbat  the kidneyi are not toting just right  Thr U said ta bo a splond'4 kldaay  regulttOMad olmaat oortaln rensady  ' for nil forms et ttkeomatlam wblsb la  ���������auiwdby aeidio ������*b������ btsi4 wbUk  the kidneys fail toffffar out. Any  nn* oan m***t,y pin par* tbla at hem*  ami at amtll toot.  Druggists ia this town aad vioiait)  when iht.wn \be ptreer.p.ian, atmtm*  \ thatiboy ������tn oitlir oopply tkootl**  gredieafa, er, If our meters prefer,  tb*y will eemaeeml tbo aslgtnrt fer  tb������ai.  &mM������ SfyM (Eammitiim  ������rt������nrahap, 7.30 p. m. In tij* frwbijtrrbin Olijurflf,  WEDNESDAY   EVENING  Chairman,  Or. Giu.kspib.  7.30���������Devotional Exercises?'-   ��������� Rev. D. McGillivray,  7.45���������What the Sunday Sfehool Association stands for,  ''������������������(/ Mr. Stuart Muirhead.  8.10���������Offering and Mtisic^,  8 ao���������How to improve thie Sunday School;-  1,���������In securing regular and prompt attendance,  Mr. A. MeKinnon,  9,���������In securing home study,    ���������   Mr. l<\ Bates.  3,���������In securing the use of Bible in the Schools,  Mr.  Bolter  4,���������-Iu securing Conversions,    .   Dr Gillespie,  9.00��������� How to retain the older scholars, ��������� Mr.Muirhead  915- hw tt n.aii.ttin Mrtiatectci) cider in the kthccl,  Vlritr abet,. 2.45 **t r.30 p. ������. hi slffljublst W*ttttlt.  THURSDAY AFTERNOON  Chairman, Rrv. 1). Mciuu.ivray.  a.45���������Devotional Exerciies,   ���������    Rev. C. Kidd.  3.00-Leosou Construction and Premutation,  Mr. S. Muirhead.  4.00��������� Primary Work:-  i,���������Next Sunday's Lewon taught, Mrs Gillespie  a,���������Round-table on Primary methods,  Mr. S. Muirhead.  5.00���������Rowud-Tableon Home Department Mr, Muirhead  THURSDAY EVENING  Chairman, Mr. A. McKinnon.  7.30���������Devotional Kserdsea   ���������   Rev. H. S. Hastings.  7.45���������Present Demands iu Sunday School Work,  Mr. Stuart Muirhead.  8, ry���������Offerliig and Mniiic.  H.8|���������The Sunday School in relation to good Gititen-  ���������bip, -   -   -   Rev. O. Kidd.  8.50���������Mnsic  9 00���������The place of the Home iu the Religious Education of the Children, Rev. H. & Hastings.  Mr. .Stuart Muirhead, General Secretary of the Prov  facial Aftwdatlou, will take a prominent part in all the  Sc������iiouS.  All Those Who Contemplate Taking  International   Correspondence  School  Course  Should Write Mr. James F, McMillan, Box 261,  District Office, Nanaimo. All Communications,  Promptly anwered.  Mr. McMillan comes tb Cumberland every few  weeks and stays at Union Hotel.   There are now  over 300 Students in thi? District  -a.  :-.#  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  ���������������*������������������*������������  Capital. $3,900,000  Kkszrxc 14,300,000  Asskts, " 946,400,000  DbPwBits, $33,700,000  *.=-   -   :.,  Money Orders' 1  Ratss. -  16 and under        -   . -      . 8 Cents  .Over   $6 and not exceeding: 810 6Cente  Over $10 nnd not exueeding 890 10 ('ents  Over $30 and not exceeding KO 15 Cents    .  These Money Orders are payable v-ithoitj; cost in any, Chartered  4y Bank iu Canada.  Inttinest'Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A. B. NETHERBY,    Manager."    X  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  K.AIDA  "Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOU-MADK COSTUMES-A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQADE TO   OF^DHR AND  IN ANV STYltB YOO UilSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  The splendid Perelierrm tteltlon  "JUST  41734"  (Color, Bey.   Weight, 1875.)  Recently purchased by the Co.  tuox Horee Bleeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros,, Columbus, O., will stand for service at  the stable of  B. CuAvrroBD, Courtenay.  *m*mrm*m**m, unm ������<r*mm*mmm**mm**mi   .  Tmrtnm,  +38 Inmuraanam  If area Nnt trom a di.Unca will ba fad  ���������and osred for at reunuabta rttaa till tat���������  REWARO 160.   MI88INO BOY,   I  Robert la./<maa tlUspp arad  from Ws hwue at Sau Llua Obispo,  Os)., on Dee, 80th. INS. Deiorlpf-  tion.tvheji ba left born*} ������g*a 10. look  Mt 10, belffbt 0 ft. S la., weight H5  pound*, dark o������mplMlon, Urge brown  ejrei, blsek hsir wont pompadour,  ���������m.ll even te.tb nnd ���������mill hinds.  Heie naturally left������b������odad, uses  boib. will wrlta witb right band  Wai s registered drat ���������l','k������ ****7  ������������������(ft; employment at drof stores} he  apeskafijisnlib fluently, was alio de*  ���������iron* of going te aaa,  Kindly make InqulrUi at your year*  nltlnaitatlea and where parties register wbo ara eontempUtlong going to  eea. Kindly bava tbla run ta your new  ���������papire. Tha ebov. reward will  ba  paid for tha Information of tbo boy'i  wh-reibeuts, so thst bis psrvtinmsy  go vftar h m or oommunleata    witn  'blm. Address all information te  A.'WILSON, Chief of Polloe.  iMaiaaa, ttuMtms.  $20 Hecuard.  will bo paid te any poraon ar persona  giving auob Information aa will load  to the eonvietlon of tha parson er por  aoaa who abot and wounded my tbroa,  year old etlt an Ihumday aftorneoa  Utt, ICarehStb,  1001.  f. B, SATI.  MAKasvoutCAKtiuonr.  MAKisvouaaiioutTtuwr,  MAKHVOtKBUNtUOItr.  auaif vout UMN uow.  HAKIf VOUR IX^CNtll UOHT.  Or������oa tram roar 9reaer.  B.W.QILLKTTefaTra  ToaoNTO.om;  Mr. -fiaylor, Dominlo* rtoberiea In  tmeetet waa In OiaAiwlMd an Batar  day bat.  . Ttm*.*)* fatb������ra tetti e eaaem  mamtineVai night tn anlar te gift  tern Smetitay bait btft^ay ay^aw it.  third rrsdiag.  Th������ met ter of damping rubbish bi  atUywaya alt* ewfagad tha attaatlaw  ���������f the aaawail far ��������� sbert the*.  'liyt I'nlwer li*ttl aieual.d about  three mlka b low TJulen Bay and ov  erloi.k'.ntCvhe Oulf, wai opanad en frl  day kit. tha hotel haa baea lately  built, and la wo aro informed a very  eomraodloua and eorofortible ona  iii. auti, mi.**. I, iU^i������y mi viua ni,*.  hare been plao*d ia ehsrge.  Thewurroundlnga ara snoh tbat tba  ���������now hotel ahouid mako a pleasant  plaee <for a wnramer bolidty. Tbo  boating'and aaenery ara both good.  !  ���������aypartyoar heaaj papar.  Uhtlliwnak ia now a ely.  aktnrday  %aa������oi������Baiion dty.  m*m*wmrmm*m*m**������m -     ���������mmmm*mm*m*mma**m*mmm  Urn, Kalgbt of Oomof was ia tbe  ���������ity Isat wook,  ������"  '    "  t       ���������   i   ���������Mr. W. R. Ormb baa be*o In Oaat-  -j. lot aomtttiiaa -aaitolktiug with tha  Mjttbara rrgardiag iaal rights, Ua  la forming a eompany to oirrf en op<  aratlana lo itm valley In tba eaurae  ���������f ��������� Matt, ee me ere iafaraaed.


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