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 7/  Z-m^--^'  '''''^^Aif*^  rt*/  THE CUMBERLAND  77  A Journal Devoted Bapeclglly, to the Interest* of Comox District.  101908  The Nkws, Seventeenth Year,  -CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   OCT.   6, 1908  v /r^nr"i " c'-^  i  JSUBSCT1PTION #2.00 A YEAR.  At The BI8 STORE  SSS!ffiSSSfflBSSa^S������ F^-rf^VI���������L- OPENING 1KSKU  of Fall and Winter Goods,  All departments are now complete in all lines.  We would draw your attention when visiting the store, to  onr SPECIAL VALUES in Ladies' and Children's Cloth  Coats, Costumes, Skirts, Rain Coats, Silks, Dress Goods  and Millinery       .       .       .       .       ,        .       ���������,       \  SPLENDID ASSORTMENT  OF FASHIONABLE   FURS  Carpet Squares, Rugs, Linoleums, etc., etc,   Your Inspection  Respectfully Solicited   The TRUEST TEST of VALUE is COMPARISON  of GOODS and that we urge/ *  SIMON LEISEE & Co., Ltd  John T. Lidstoi.e, Mgr.  Dunsmuir Avenue  Cumlorhnd Branch.  Cumberland, B.C.  30  ':iiiiii!iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii;iiim  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  ' > \ **$  WE WANT MONEY  YOU NEED THE GOODS    ,    -  ���������a So from the ist of October for every dollar you spend  m our store we will give you a ticket entitling you to a  chance m the drawing for a Gent's Waterproof Coat val-  tied at *ao and a set of Ladies' Furs valued at ?������. The  drawing for the set of Ladies' Furs to take place ou October pay-day, The drawing for the Gent's Coat to take  place ou November pay-day  J.N. flcLEOD  Dunsmuir Aveuue,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  78c, Any other pure brad, sheep nam  cd. First, J. S. Shoplaad;. second, J  8. Shopland. '  78c.  Hampshire ram,  1 year���������First,  J. S. Shopland.   ������  78c. Hampshire Ewe, -1' year.���������First  J. S. Shopland; second, J. s. Shop-  land. ������������������'.<���������  78c. Hampshire ewe lamb.���������First J,  a. ahnnimiH :i_._:  Agents for Union Brewing Company's B$ER and������������������**-' ���������  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND*   STREET  ;iihiiiii^  >  WE   HAVE  RECEIVED  TH/S WEEK  Direct from Great Britain io cases of  Dry Goods. .Our Fall Stock- of Hosiery, * Sweaters, Gloves, Men s and  Boys' Caps, Ladies' Silk and Delaine  Blouses, Underwear, etc.  Better values than you can get elsewhere in town.   An inspection invited.  J. McPHEE 8c SONS,  Duiiamuir Aveuue Cumberland, B. C.  i  m  SOBC  3  PRIZE LIST.  TluTfollowiug is  tho prize list  of the Comox Agricultural Fair:  DURHAMS.  7a. ,.Oow ln call.���������First, W. J. Har-  rigan,  JERSEYS.  8a.    Bull, 2 yoarB old and ovor���������  First, Wm, Duncan; second, A. Urqu  hart.  9a. Bull 1 year old and undor 2���������  First, J. A, Halllday.  lOn. Oow Jn Calf or milk���������First Wm  Duncan; second lt. Carter.  Ha. Holler, 2 yonrs old and undor 3  ���������First Win. Duncan; second J, A.  Halllday.  13a. HcJfcr calf���������First Alox. Urqu-  liart; second, J. A. Halllday.  14a. Dull Oalf���������First, Wm. Duncan.  GRADED CATTLE���������foe dairy.  23a. Milk Cow.���������FtrRt, Alex. Urqu-  bort; second <T, A. Halllday.  24n. Holfor, 2 yoara old and under  3 years���������Flrht A, Urquhart; second,  J, A. Halllday.  26n. Heifer, 1 yenr old und undor 2  yoara���������Flint J, li, Hlioplitnd; second,  J. A, Hivlliday.  27n, Pcm of calves, any broad, not  Iosh than H.-~First, A. Urqiilmrt; so-  cond. Win. Duncan.  24a, Halter, 2 years nnd undor 3���������  First, A. Urquhart; twcnttA J, Halllday.  25n, Holler, 1 yonr nnd undor 2.���������  Flmt, J. 8, aiiojilnnd; second, J, A,  Ifftlllilny.  27a.   Pen of cakes, uuy breed, nut  Iohs thau 3.���������First, A. Urajuhart; no-  oml, Wm. Dunonn,  GRADED CATTLEifor Beef,  28a., Cow In calf or milk.���������First, J,  A, Hnlllrfoy.  82n, Beef steer, special ono prlKO*-  ,i.  .i. .inm^tiu,  ??;���������    tli-  I   T\:j*i;j-   t���������������,   j,uik)   lit'tlii lli  graded, upecinl one prixo���������Wm. Imu  ton.  a  tltxtnAl* wit' Um������    HitH������������Miil-A     Mr. \V. J. (ionrd, Piano tutior  Death or Mrs. Dunsmum ������������������,, orgftII ropnfret. ;,f Vwfl0BWi  1������ ill Ctiiuhoi'laiid and pru|iiuo(l to  do nil forfe of tuning and mp������ir-  iiifj- at rwi.boiialo ratcK, Mr. Gourd  U a pr/itikicftj timer nnd gtmnuifu.-  tatiefaotioii to tliow requiring M������  aervia*.  Victoria, Oot 2.���������Mw. .Joan  Olivo iMitwiutiir, widow uf tliolatu  Itnlwrt Diitiamuir, dUcm-arer (if  t'ie Wellington coal wine* of \rnu  con ver Inland, diwd tliis morning.  Mr*. OmiMDiilr, tlio rielieMt wo-[  nmn iu Canada, waa 80 jt'ar* 'of  rt^f, lr;tr?ffgrt'fuf;rttti'<.f ficr ufglit-  ivih birthday flvo Wwka ago.  Tlio Uev, Mr. Hn*tiii-*p������il| n*.  tttrn horn* thin vm������lc nnd will oc  ettpy tlm putpft next ihmky,  DRAUGHT HORSES,  Mb. fltalllon-Ftrat, Comox boraa.  ��������� >���������'.   >.<..���������>���������.   ���������iiU ,vnu hX ,i.m\-rt1������\,  A, Urquhort,  3Ct������. Mara or fteldlnar, 3 yenm nnd  upwarda-Flrat, B. H. Xtnvla,  37ib. Colt I year old-Flrat r, 8  Shoplnnd; aeeond, J. n, flhoplanrt,  Mb. Colt, mfktlnr.-~-Ffr.tt, A   tfrr  nliart; ������*eond, B. Crawford.  AR^ICUITUWL CUSS.  <1 ti, M������rr ������r fflldlnn, A year* nnd  ,,n-.rK~Fin,t B. m. flavu; -K>nd  T. Ofllrn*. ":  '4%h. tv,\t, i  rt���������r i^*,.^*    , f. j  RhAntunt; He***,*. J,   A. fb-.^uA,     '  4th   r*,,'t    rnrXrltrtr*   m*im..    ,.-        '.,   '  Dnvla; tteond, .1.  A, it,|||i,Vp  I    4*b. ApMcnltiitM t������������������. vtTn\      y  K'.t..*: t". A.   |   *. m1fftr.r^_ '  GENERAL PURPOSE.  46b. Mure with foal at foot.���������Pital.  0. Bridges; second, F. Obilda,  *47b. Maro or gefding, 3 years   and  upwards,���������First   C. Bridges; Hocond,  Jack McKenzle.  48b.   Oolt, t, yoars old���������Firut,    0.  Bridges.  49b. Colt, 1 year old���������First, J. A.  halllday; second, H. 0. Lucas.  '���������). Oolt, suckllnR.-Flrat, 0. Bridge       cond, 0. Bridges,  61b, jnorol purpose team.���������Flmt,  Jack McKenzle; second, 0. Bridge**,  62b. Oarrlagi. norso, rig and bnr-  nosa,���������Flrat, Jnck McKonzie; second,  0. Bridgod.  63b. Carriage team.���������First,   Tlios.  Cairns.  ROADSTERS.  BI3l>. Moro with /ba! at foot,���������First  B. Crawford; second, Mrs, Wlialcn.  66b. Mnre or folding 8 years and  upward*.���������First, Wm. Lewis; Hocond  Jack McKflnsslo.  671), Colt, 2 yearn old.���������First J.  Oarthow; second, 0. Bridges.  68b. Oolt, i year old.���������First, Mm,  Wlmlon.  5!)li, Homo, luirncHH nnd H������.���������Firnt  It, Orntit; second, .lack MtiKnn/lo.  '" ��������� ������������������sikiug In nic-Plrat, J. 8.  Hlioplnnd.  631), OlininplonRiiip liomo, nny brood  1 ovor 1 yonr old, Spechil prUe.���������FJrot  | Win, LowIk,  C4b, ClhamiilonslilP colt, sired      by  Klnjf Wdward.   Special ono prlne.���������A,  ' Urqnhart. <  I   C5I), Championship 1D08 colt, sired  ,hy Boicne, Speoial ono prUo,���������J. X,  Willemar,  SOUTHDOWN SHEEP.  72c, Itntn, agcd.~Flrnt, 0. LliidgOH,  71c. Ono ewo, 2 shear* and over.���������  Wrst, J. B, flhcipland; second, J. H.  Khopland.  75o, On������ eve wlionrltfic - Flr<-f t <*  Sliopland; wirnnd,  .T   W    Hhovlnrvl  7(io. Itnm lamb.-Flmt, J. B. Shop  Innd; second, J. S. Bliopland.  77c. Kwe larab.-First, J. fl. Bhop  land; aeeond J. H, Bhopland.  78c. Oxford ewe lamb.���������First J. 3.  Shopland. ',  GRADED SHEEP.  79c. One ewe, 2 shears and over.���������  First, J. S. Shopland; second, J. S.  Shopland.  80c. One ewe shearling.���������First J. S.  Shopland; second, J, S. Shopland.  81c, One ewe lamb.���������First J. S.  Shopland; second, J. B. Shopland.  82c. One fat sheep.���������First, J. S  Shopland; second, J. 8. Bhopland.  83c.'Pen of sheep, any breed, consisting of>��������� ram, ewo 2 shears ond over; owe shearling and owe lamb.���������  First, J. S. Shopland.  BERKSHIRE PIGS.  8W. Boar, under 1 year.���������First . J.  S, Shopland; second, 0. Bridges.  86d. Sow ovor 1 year ojd.���������First, J.  S. Shopland,  870. Sow undor 1 year old.���������First,  J. S. Shopland; second, J. S. Shop-  land.  YORKSHIRE PIGS.  Sow undor 1 year old,���������First, J. A,  Halllday; Becond, J, A. Halllday,  GRADED PIGS.  99d. Sow 1 year old and upwards.  ���������First, J. A. Halllday; second,    A,  Urquhart.  lOOd, Two pigs under 9 months old  ���������First, A. Urquhort,  I02d. Fattost Pig,���������First, M, Cow-  lin; second, J. A, Halllday.  104(1, lioitl sow, any brood, Special  ono prlw.���������J, A. Halllday.  POULTRY.  lOSo. Turkeys, Bronzo Trio,���������First,  C, Drldgos,  I07o. Ducks, Pckln.-Plrst, J. Oar-  thew,  |   l08o, Dticks, Aylonfoury Trio.���������Flrat  0, Brldgeu,  |   UOu, Clwwo, Touloime Trio,���������First,  C, Bridges; second F, tllillds,  HENS,  ltfio. Plymouth Hocks, bnrred trio.  -Ftrut, M. Oowlln; eaoond, U. Bridges.  ll������e. Drown Legluuns Trio,���������First,  0, BridgMi; ticcornl, H. C, Luens.  130o,    White LogUom*. Trio,���������Flmt,  T. Cairns.  me.  Wynndottos, Trlo.-Firat,   A.  Mitchell.  12KC. Black Minorca*, Trio,���������First,  U, BridgM.  I30e.  Bnntnms,    Trio,���������First,     C  Bridgog,  A.  a.  '''"���������      *'���������,:  ..'A,.,.   '.,,���������u uii-o t������il<.������c.iii,  Trln ���������Flr������������. T   fn'ru ���������  POULTRY '  !*<������. Pair dtmmtd (owl������.~Flmt, D.  C'rnvrford,  WS������, DlMplay of Poultry, Trio eeeae  I   ammtmmk^ ������������������_...     * - m       -���������      -   ���������mrmmwmm , t       m.t atm*   *f,mm*  fNEV FALL GOODS  trio ducks, Trio 2 kinds of fowl, one  prize.���������0, Bridges.  136e. One dozen hens' egg*.���������First,  J. Knight; second, F. Child*.  DAIRY PRODUCE.  137f.     Creamery    Butter,    50.11b  squares.���������First W. J. Carroll.   *"  138f. Dairy, butter, packed* not leas  than 151bs.���������First, T. Cairn*; eecoad  J^A. Halliday; _thjrd, ..g,MChilda,; ���������  139f. Plate of<3 1-Ib square*.���������First  T. Cairns; second,  J. A. Halliday;  third, F. Childs.  GARDEN VEGETABLES.  141g, Brace cabbage.���������Fir������t J.  Halliday; second, J. Knight.  142g. Six   carrots.���������FirBt, M.  Ball; second, J. Knight.  143g.     Six      Parsnips.���������First, J.  Knight; second, T. Cairns.  144*.-Six Becta.-First, J. Knight,  second, M. B. Ball.  145g. Six ears table corn.���������First B.  H. Davis; second, J, A. Halliday.  14Cg. Two    celery .���������First, W.     H.  Hobb; second, J. P. Davie,  148g. Two table Bqua*h.���������Pirst, Isaac Parkin; second, J. A, Halliday.  149g.  Two table pumpkin*.���������First,  J. Cliffe; second, T. Cairn*.  160g. Two vegetable marrow*���������First  J. P. Davla; second, R. McQuillian.  151r.     Six Tomatoes,   ���������First, J.  Knight; second, B. Crawford.  152g, Six   cucumberB.���������Flrat,     T.  Woods; second, J, P, Davit.  153g. Two* cauliflower*.���������First,   W.  It. 'Uobb; socond, T. Woods,  154g. Two   Kohl Rabi.-FiMt,   J,  Knight; second, It, Carter.  16Sg. Six red onion*.���������First, J. A.  Halllday; second, John Maiison.  166g.     Six    yellow onion*.���������First,  John Wu������non; aeeond, T, Cairns.  157b. One quart top onion*,���������Firut,  Rev. T, Monzlos.  168g. Six boiled potatoes.���������Flint,  Iii. H. Davis; second, J, Knight.  ICOg. One <iuart gnrdan peas,���������Fir������fc  J. Knight; serond, W. It. RoM*..  16Jg. One quart utrlng bonns���������Flrst  J, Knight; sreond, R. Carter,  102g. Two citron,melons.���������First, T,  Calrnn; second, T. Wood*.  163g. Two plant* flcoteli kale���������Fir������������  J,Knight; second, J, P. Davis,  lC4g. Two plant* Brumal* sprout*  -Flr������t, J, Knight; saoond, J. Maa*  ���������on.  lGfig. Bcrtt display garden v^getab-  loM-Flrst; J, Knight; aeeond, J. P.  Dnvl*.  FIELD PRODUCE.  ififih. Hhoaf wheat.-Fimt, M.  Bull; second, D, Oarthaw.  If.7h.  Hhaaf barley.-First  J.  Davis,  iCllh, Bhoaf oat������.~F������������������., C, Brldg-  en; necond, J. Knight,  I filli Half bushel spring wb������at.���������  First, M. B. Ball; aeeond, J. Torn.  bull.  ;.'...,. unit i.u.liol oat*.���������Finn, J.  H. Bhopland; sreopd, K, H, Davia.  I74h. half biinhet pea*, wtilta-  Flrift, J. 8,Bhopland.  (Coir limed on iimidn pane)  B.  P.  Our itora is bow briaUlnif with tha VSWI8T aad MOIT ������rv? raw nAAn< .   w   .     .  ,���������o-,:^^."������."^Fr,,"������������������ "��������� **"��������� *-���������*���������*���������������������������������������. *���������***. **m..������. *,.,..  DUNSMUIW AVENUE  CAMPBELL  BROS.  CUtVBr-mLANO, t*. C. Tto Cmtolani Hews  issued  Every   Tuesday   by  the  Qomopt   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This paper will not hold   itself  _XpA|iousihle for the apiuioua of-others, its may'appear i������ its columns  fro u time to time.  THK  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND/ BItlTISH .COLUMBIA.  MAGISTRAL bF������AKS FOH ���������'���������'ZAM-BUK  .Magistrate l'ery.o'Goldfklds, B.C., believes in m-ikinj a  good thiugkniiwu. Writing ol Zam-Luk, tin; grw.t houat-huiil  lulin, l������e says:���������"Af'er a very l.nr ti ini 1 li.ive \.i .ved Z.im-liul:  ���������miiK-ntly satUlacuity. in my case u cur.il a skiu rash oI live  years' standic^ which no d*'Ctur h;ul been able ti> do ary goo.I  for. 1 wiwld cci.unly enC'iui-,<{;���������: miy jioiMin to kcv;> Z.un-Uul;  in his huine." Tli������ m:v)pstwie isuniic right. Lvciy lniuicnnxs  Zatu-Uukl-.Unecpt.Ulc.i lor cuivoarii������)-t������iiiuw,- tez.-aia,- -itlriity<l  poisoning and ilsl-.iu disease.... AVI stores aiid drugfii s^l it at  ^o cents ft box.   Suie cure for *jiL*. '���������".''  #  Oct.    6, " 19O8  DON'T-tii^ECT.Ta AT-.SOgEl  A Cb'.cago mpn h:<s}*ist died irom blood poisoning arising bom neglect of a snull sore,     Dou't  urgtvc*. a cut, a uatch of ccze-na,-otcti open sore  .,f any kind.    The mt is Ij.1 "f poison (jorms, '  waiting to start up iht ir evil r "U ts in neglected  son.-s, v/ounds, eic.   In Z.-m-l-ik 13 safely. Zam-  T,uk is so liiisVy anllwpiic il-.jt r.;vik(1 to any  sl::ndt>c;\^ciiri.ij;ry iti-..al.i*3 t;|. o-lp;-iM niiigim-  '.'jic&iltl..   "In 'a>.r."i|j"Z.iiii:i!iik you to������ three  . procc-s 4 tjii gonuloniic d.i Zun-lUik is healing  - soothing and anlisi'jiiic.*; Tiy it  without dehiy.  A GENUINE OFFER.  TEST ZAM-BUK AT OUR EXPENSE!  We appreciate the position taken I y the man or woman whs  says:���������" If your preparation is what you claim, you should  have no objection to letting us try it before spending out money  on it." To every person taking this view we say, send one cent  sUinip(to pay leiuinpos'.agi) and name and date ol this papev  tu Zani'l'.uk Co., "loronto, and we will mail you a Iree trial box  otUm- liuk. Z.im-Wuk is purely herbal, suitable for the dehaii*  s'ari of little chit.li'cn, ylt p.".wtr(ul snot*-*!! ��������������������� bt-td chronic met  of long years* standing. , All druggists and slures, 50c. jwr box,  3"for$i .55. "''"  Ksquimait & Nanaimo Ry  (Continued from front page)  178h. ilalf bushel Burbank potatoes  ���������First, J. A. Hulliday; second, J.  Knight. .'   : "  i/Jh. Hal? bushel Early Hose potatoes���������^i'si; .A. 'ii'. Ball; second, Wm.  Duncan.  '   ifioh. Beauty of Hebron.���������First, W.  r It.  Rol/b. ' .    ���������       -  :*..31U.     Half    bushel  zies.  ���������Jiisfc, J. Tumuull, second, C. Bridget.  i>J2h. Half bushel Late Rose���������First  VV. J. Harrig-an.  I84L. Four largest potatoes.���������First  J. A. Halliday; second, J. Masson.  i   lS5h. One pack any new  variety.���������  210J. Five Northern flpy.���������First; B.  H. Davis; second, J. Turiihull.  211 j. Five, King of Tompklas���������First  Elephants.��������� T   cairns; second,   Jack McKenzle.  21lij.     Five    Greening.���������-First, {, T.  Cairns; second,  J. Vt. Fiercy. t .'.  213j. Five    Alexander.���������Firet, Mrs.  J. Harwood; second" J. Turobull.'  214j,  Five    Maiden's Blush.���������First,  W. Baikie.  215j.     Hydea    King of the Weat.--  ^First, J. Masson; second, W. R. Robb pirst, w. Baikie; second, J. W. l*ier-  l'SCli. Bast 4 Swede turnips.���������First,  cy ,   -  .T. Cairns; second, R. M. Hurlord.      j   2l6j. Bales Seedling.���������First,  J. fW.  187h.< Four Globe mangolds.���������First, pierCy,  ,.r. A. T-!n.liiday.  Gage; second, J. Vf. Fiercy.  ���������240j. Louis Bon de  Jersey.���������First,  ;W. Gage; second, J, W. Piercy. ..v ...  ; 241j.  Damson  Plums.���������First,  Thosi  Cairns; second K. H. Davis. !'**  242j. Ponds Seedling.���������First, James  Carthew; second/E. H. Davis.  ��������� 243j, Green Gage Plum.���������First^   W.  Baikie; second, J: Hatwoodi',**'���������;.,  ; 244j. Dessert plums. ���������First, ;E. H.  Davis; second, B. Crawford.  247j. Yellow egg plums. ���������First, B.  Crawford; second, Thos. Calriis.  248j. Red egg plums.���������First, j. Mun  dell; second, Thos. Cairns.  -249j. Coe's Golden Drop.���������First, BJ.  13S*'  T---C,  Fou.-    long red mangolds.���������  ^cond,  j. Harwood  217j.  Wealthy.���������First, A, Urquhart.   IJ. Davis.'  .T. K .iglit; second, J. A. Hal-  218j. Glorie de Mundi.���������First A. Urquhart; second, E. H. Davis.  j'89h. Four 8iig-ar beets for cattle.-  Fi-it��������� J. Kn-lg-H; second, J. Halllday ?y; second, ,J. Harwood.  220j. Yellow Bellflower.���������First,  Baikie; second, J. W. Piercy. |  !'" 221j. Blenheim Orange.-First,  x-301). Four White carrots.���������First J  ���������A. .H-tl'li'iay; second, J. Knight.  * 1211i! P.ir csrrots, red or orange.  '--Fir-.-'-., J. Knight; eecond, J. A. Hal. ifnigbt.  -^?y. ;   222j.  Ripson Pippin.���������Second,  AAA.   T-"?  heaviest squash.���������First, 1 Baikie.  r. McQiiilJlan.," 223j.    Canadian Rein. ���������First,  .*;251j.  Bradshaw's.���������First,     Thomas  Cairns; second-, J, Harwood.  252j. Italian Prunes.���������First, W. Bai-  219j.*'Ben Davle.-First,  J. W. Pier- j Me; second, J. W. Piercy. *  I *.253j  Other     varieties ot Prunes.���������  *ff. \ First,' W. Baikio; second, i. W. Piercy. .     " ** A    "���������  v:254-.   .Best    collection of plums.���������  First. J. Harwood.    .-  256j. Three bunches ot grapes, ldght  J.  W.  W.  'JVeivc  stalks  ensilage corn, j Baikie.  ;t. Halliday, Epeond, B.,   H.I   22B.1. Four largest apples.���������First E  ���������m���������    lH^)a.vis:���������secQnd.���������Wm. Baikie.  ;'1!*r.h   -ol'lp.cfion o! potatoes, 5 of a     227j.  Any other variety'not in the  ���������."'!--?"':���������*, 'W   v, licK,; second, W. !jyize lists.���������First, Wm. Baikie;   sec-  dbd, Tho% Cavons.  M:--r':;a-:  '^h.'T'.-::  Davis.' "  b.t-ilicis  white milling  ,7.; Turnbull; second,  J.  FRU'TS.  -r'First, J. Harwood.*       5  ;25-Gj. Three bunches of grapes, dark  First, J; Miiiidell.     ;;> -_.  J\259j.. Best five peacps.���������First,    R,  McQuillan; second,  J. Mundell.  "%CO]r^mncM:^ifstf~JTT"Muffdell~  FiORAL.'     ' :>;.'":  2G9k. Carnations, cut flowei-s.���������Sec  22SJJ. Plate of Nuts.-First, J. Man ������H* J- A- Halllday.;  272k. Roses.���������First,     E.H.Davis;  dell; 2nd, J. A. Halliday.  Best box apples, pears and plums, second, W. R. Robb  ���������First  W. Batkie. I   275lt- Astei'8. "* varieties.���������First, W.  10g. Twelve crnb applce.���������First, J. |   *Wlnner of Special Prizo for      most  R* Rob1); second, J. A. Halliday.  'ij'-.-.-.l.ull'.  srrrend, Mrs.   J.  Harwood.: victories in frult.-First, Wm. BaikloJ!    278k. Sweet peas.-First, Mrs. Hod-  AAf. V[v,, Ksjome.���������First, R. Carter!second, J. Harwood. Igson; second, J. A. H.nUiday.    ,  232J,      Biirtlctt Poars.���������First,    W.  Gaffe; second,  J. W. Piercy.  233J. Beurro and Anjou.���������First,    W.  Baikie. -       '  '.!Hj. Fi"o 20,-0:5 Pippi-no.������������������Flrat,' A,  Tjiv-ubn:*t; second, ,T. W. Piercy,  ?"j. Five Gravensteins.���������First Mrs  -A   |T!U*wo<-i<l; second, T, Cairns.  " Wj. Fi'-n Ducbcys of Oldenburg, ���������.    23-lj,  Souvenir de Congress.���������First,  Fi:  \ Vfm. Unikir.; accord, Rnv. Thos W, Bnlklo.  Wr.T>������,lep 1 . 2R5j.  Clapps  Favorltn.-First,     W.  ���������uii; Five  "nov*. ���������First, W. BaiUto;  Gag*o; nrcor.d, W, Balklo,  R*.ur*.*.'l. R. Carter. 23(lj. Anv other VRiiet.y cerly neara  -First, E. H. Davis; second, Jnmcs  "07). Five    GoVilcn RuoBrts.���������Firot,"  V,', nr.!ki������; second, B. Crawford.  POSi   rive Roxbury. Riu-sot-B,���������First  xy.Ahihii}.  Onrthpw.  2371, Win tor Vellls.-Swond W. Oago  mi. Vlcnr of Wnlrofiflld.-Flrsfc,   J.  W. Fivo B-ildwIns.���������First, Mrs. J.   Mnrrl������>l: mp>nd, E, IT. Davis.  Hinvnod;  f-cotkI,    Rev. Thos.   Men- '   2S1J. Flnmtsh    nenut.y.���������First,     Vt.  How a Sask-alta  thermometer  earns its money.  By indicating when oven is ready for  baking. By cutting out the "peeping"  into oven, By showing on its face what  is going on in the oven. By saving  "door-opening" heat.   By substituting  certainty for chance  in baking results.  279k. Collection of annuals.���������-First,  W. R. Robb.  2811c. Best collection of plants  jrrown in pots of boxes,���������First, Mrs.  J. McPhee.- I  282k.  Best four freraniums.���������First,  Mrs, Hodgson. *  286ky Best bouquet for tftbfe.���������First  W. R. Robb.  288k. Hanging basket fruit.���������First,  Mrs. W. J. Carroll.  2301s. Specimen Begonia.���������-First,  Mrs, J, McPhee; second, Mrs. W. J.  Carroll.  291k. Plant of any other kind In  bloom. ���������First, Mm. R. Duncan;, eecond, Mrs. W, J, Carroll,  292k. Display of Out (lowers.���������FlHut  W. R. Robb,  CUSS L���������Miscellaneous.  2931. Loaf of bread mado from Mof-  fet'u flour, one prizo, special, by Kn-  dcrby Flour Mills; prizo, J barrel ol  Mollet's bent Flour, won by"\Mrs, Car  roll.  2941. Loaf of nny flour.���������Flmt, Mrs,  TO.. H, Davis; Becond, Mrs. H. C, Lucas,  2HC1.     Collection    of cakes, homo  made, four kinds,���������Flrnt, Mrs. E. Bun  rnn; tncnnd, Mrs, Bridges; third Mrs,  (Dr.) Willard,  29C1. Jbikor'ti collection of brend  nnd cnken.���������Flrut, H. 0, Lucas.  2701. Lonf of bread, Ou*llvleiT Hpo-  clnl    prlswi.���������Flrnt, Mrs. J, Knight;  second, Mm, F, Ohlldn.  2981. Onlloctlon������of fnncy blRcultn, 0  klndH.-Firnt, Miss Brldues; second,  Mini HfiUldny,  2991. Collection    ol ennnod fruit.���������  First, Mrs.  J. Knight; second, Mrs.  Halliday.  3001. Collection of jelHes.���������First,  Mrs. Hodgson; second, Mrs. Knight.  3011. Collection of janiB.���������First Mrs  J. Knight; second, Mrs. W. Andrews.  3021. Collection of jams, jellies and  canned fruits.���������First, Mrs, W. J. Andrews. ���������'���������.*-..  Collection of wines.���������First, Mrs. J.  Knight;      V    '.'",  3041,.Battle of,vinegar.���������First, Mrs.  Knight. '". -     ���������   '-.   ' A  3051.  Houey in comb.���������First,   Wm.  Duncan; second, Chas; Bridges.  3061. Pies, 4     fcindB.���������First,     Miss  Bridges. '."'���������''  3071. Display of honey.���������First Rev.  Thos. Menzies.  Vancouver Milling Co., special    of  Royal Standard Flour, flrst prize of  one barrel,     second prize J barrel.���������  Winner of flrst prize, Mrs. J. Knight,  second, Mrs. F. ChiWs.  MANUFACTURERS.  2G1J.     Assortment     of Harness.���������  First, W. Willard.  226J,  Best home-ma<le  Soap.���������Second, Mrs. J. E. Knight.  LADIES' FANCY WORK.  315m.' Table mats crochet.��������� First,  Miss Vine.  -���������SlTmr'-Fascinator-.���������Firsbr-Miss-Vina  second,' Mrs. Menzies,   *'  322m. Sideboard scarf.���������First, Mrs.'  Dr. Millard.  325m. Ceutrepi'ece.���������First, Mrs. McPhee; second, Miss Halliday.  22���������m. Pair of doylies'.���������First, Miss  Vine.  237m. Qishton.���������First., Mrs. McPhee  333m. Embroidered     cushion top.���������  First, Mrs. Carter.  334m. Knitted undcrvest.���������First Mrs  Eric Duncan.  335m,   KnL w't* Shawl.���������First.  Mrs^  Eric Duncan,  336m.   Knitted   Skirt,���������First,    Mrs.  Eric Duncan.  339m.  Knitted Socks.���������First,   Mrs.  Eric Duncan.  340m. Knitted Wool Mltts.-Firat,  Mrs. Eric Duncan,  853m. Ladles' Wrapper.���������First, Mrs.  Eric Duncan.  3BSm.  Child's Dress.���������First,    Mrs.  Eric Duncan.  358m.   Gentlemen's   night-shirt. ���������  Flrat, Mrs. Brio Duncan.  8G0m. Bed quilts, cra������y,���������First Mrs  Mundoll.  3C0in, Bed quilt patch-work,���������FlrHt,  Mrs. Wm, Parkin.  363m. Crochet qullt.-First,    Miss  Vine. ,  Wim,  Home-mnde Covorlot.--Flrst,  Mrs, Mannicoa Cumberland,  868m. Piece of Battonburg,���������First,  Mrs. C. Bridges,  374m. Tray-cloth .���������First, Mrs, Jas,  McPhee; second, Mra, 0, Bridges.  379m. Ladies' fancy bag.���������First Mrs  C. Diidgofl,  888m, Stockings darned by girl undor 12.���������First, Misw Bridges,  390m. Htocktnp dumml by bachelor  ���������First, Horace McPliwi. '  ARTISTIC WORK.  891n, Pencil Drnwinn.���������FIrst,   MIhb  Bridges,  890n, Pen nnd Tuk drawing,���������FlrHt,  Mm, Eric Duncan,  893n. Crnyon drawing,���������First, Mm.  Eric Duncan; second, W. J.-Andrews.  ' 396n. Drawing by children under.12  ���������First, C, Bridges.  ��������� 397n. Penmanship by boy or     girt  under     15.���������First, Miss McQuillian;  second, Miss Carroll.  400n. Collection of native grasses.���������  First; Master Bridges.  ���������401n. Map drawn by child under 15.  ���������First, Miss Carroll; second, Master  Robbie Duncan..  ���������402n. Collection of wild flowers by  girl under 15.���������First, Miss Carroll.  IM44-^44^*H^***M4-H4-H-H<  STAR'  i Stabl e  t.  Maxwell & Hornal  ������-    . Propi'ietorst      ;  TEAMSTERS And  1)RAYMEM������  SINGLE   and* DOUBLE   KUA ������  For    HIRE.        -ALL .ORDERS*  I PROMPTLY   ATTENDED  s. 5. "Oity of Nanaimo.',  '!': v"^'';'.   :- ���������;   Ar    ''"M:\0A^'\\''Ar-:  VXGTOZtXjL���������CCMIOaC    AROtSTTJB  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. :a for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton Kuper  and Thetis Islands when fre.ght or  passengersoffer.'"  Reaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.^  for Union Bay Coinox and way pons  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. in., foi,  s Union Bay Nanaimo and-way ports."];  Leaves Nanaimo. Friday, 7 a;vm,, fd(  Union Bay Comox and, way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  Nunaimo and way perts.-  S-tils from Nanaimo Saturda), 2 p.m,, for  ,   Victoria.  VANCOUVER^- NANAIMO -LADY^  SmilH   ROUTE.  S. S.     ������������������JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver   for   N.111 mi  daily, e>c������?pt Sundajs, ai  '30 \..m.  Sails from   Nanaurio   for   \'an ouvet  daily, except Sundays,'at-7 a.m. .  mM  3rd Et.; fTatefla] fl  4~^^^-^--(-4-4-H''HHH*4''H-i*-H*^  C.H TARBELL    "!  =====���������  HIGH GRADE STOVES:  And fill   KITCHEN   UTENSILS   '  "~" " '"      ' .    Sportsmcns Goods  nud  General Hardware  When in Oumterlantl  STAY AT THE  ~ VE IS DOME,  ffl   Am, Ponvknji'nom i'<>������ Ouwrit'  ���������iik H,ih in Si'i*i'i,ii;i������ wrrir  Best Liquors and Cl|;ars  imAMnRUft & WILSON   Prop  VANCOtrVEH-NANAIMO -COMIX  UNION.  "S. S. aueenCity" (C.P.B.)  Lea b Vancouver, Sun day, 7 pm. Ar  ii\ts kt Nanaimo, Sunday, 11 p.m.  Leeves Nanaimo Mouday, 3 a. m. Arrives at Union, Monday, 11 a. tn. Arrive  at CVranx, Mebday, 1 p. m.  Ijt-ave Couioji, Moi.daj, 7 i������..m. Anive  ���������af UriorirMuirtiByy-S-prni.....;  ���������-���������  Leavts Uuion, TueMlay, '5 a.-111, Airive  at Nauaireo, Ti CMla.������, at 11.S0 ������. 11.  Leavtb Naiiaimo, Tuesday, At 1 p.m.  'Arrive at Y&iicouvci'. rtnniaj, utsp.m.  Culling al W*v Poita wta flight t������Ld  yaniiijuiierii efftr.*.  T1MK TAJ11.E   EFFLCT1VR  Oct.ibir    l.-t. 1SJ07  In ion   :    Hotel  ������A."b-d:TTBL   C      Z3,Am'^rJS,      1?bop������ibt.  "'  |,yiW ''  "Sask-altft" range  thermometer was  tiflRtfld for Rix months  before one range was  sold. "Sask-aita" bjati*  thermometer is to  the housewife what  the compass is to the  ship captain.  KnglUli 4 x RUUTON nlwayi nn tap alio, tho Inmom MII.WAUKKK  bKfcHH-Anhcu������������r, iWhumian, S������ililiU, Ao. "OI.H OUKV UKVUD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Boit Wintt and Liquors of cli kinds,  Th* rtcirrlvntf ami Lmtymp OffiftrtmAn*/, nnrl������r thn inmnndin'ii ���������upenatoudanaa of Mfl  Davi*, will lit fnnrd Fint'OlaM* iu every renpeot.   ,      ,,     ������i 00 ptr day upwards,  ^H.'Wi|i������������^W.*HWWll"l^IWWH������  P, PHILLIPS HARRI8DN  HnrHfitoi* and JSollcltri'  and  No'tnry Publlo  %   Conv������ynnoln������r  Cumtorland    B. 0.  FOU HAIX  ��������� x  ()������������8J liorno powtT Gnsolino  Eiij^iiio, t'omjilcU', M'ttli rovpi'sin^  duicli. ttho iiroppllBt* nnd uliurti������p,  Fo* jmi'tiiMtltira apply to 0. <lr������nt,  Uuinljorlnna, lh V,  Leaden Itranta, Mntnnei.^ntmieai, Vamnwtr, It. iahn, tlamlNtn, Cirfiry  C. H. Tarbell, .Local cAgeni  Everything on the Move.  Pri-.Ts moving down, People moving in. Furniture \  iniviti������ (mi. Wc inuht clem out um juvhvnt block lo * ���������  nuke kh'iii for new Fall Gcodu winch we expect in  a\\  {*."*.- w������   In. 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Kxturkion Tickets on iiale fnm snd lo  ill Stiitidnx, K������od for goinfi jntuney S.it-  uicl.iy anu  suuUay, reiuimnjj nut. laicr  lliiJi MdMh*.1.  i, W. THUVi; Q������o. tiiiy, ll.C. Gosst Stt,  0. L. COUKTNKY, DUt. Frl. a 1ms. Ag,  ���������rtO   ,ii.4H������'  TRftOE Mark*  Oisions  OOFVHIOHTB*e.  if MS MMlni ��������� ikMcli ������nS dneflMlixt tii������������  nUTM  A S. HIRST-CLASS WOl K  mim  ���������*MMM**������NM*������  Sdenciflc nmm.  a *m*ma������eim*tr ltln*rtr������i������4 WMtlr. Uttatt Mr  mit-mX oVmflm r wt*, VtmtmtTem, ttJ, fr     ������. *  i*.. jr '���������*  <  ���������i 4  ��������� i>j~; t   -'  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA;  i 'V  \  WAT������OJ!V'S  t  King ol ������eoteh Whiskies.  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents for 8 C  ��������� NOTICE is hei-eljy.given, tiiatj  one nioiitli after the date hereof,  1 intend to apjily to F. S.'Hnesey,  Superintendent. of Police,-. Tor a  Licence *'fo sell intoxicating Liquors liy retail, on   tlie premises   kno\vii-ao-t!i������~IVi*t~HHn'ey~UoTeI7  situate at Port Harvey, on bt 498,  range 1, District of Craycrui't  Island.  . At.VRKO A.VDRKWS.  Ciiiiilierlaiul, U, 0. August 18ih 08  VehMeSe Imptements,  APPLICATION  FOU TRANS  FEiiOFIJOTKLXrCENOK.  -.T..T-.T,  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  ������������������ i ��������� ��������� I ������������������ I ��������� ��������� 1 ������������������ 1 ���������* !��������� ��������� 1 ^ a ^T^^l     A  Etc.  Prices  and  Quality  guaranteed  :.*.-*-..--*,. f..t..fMf..T������TT.f.  ���������   i *i *i   i   1    1    *   i   i   *^*  \mV"  Notiee is herehy given tlirt,flt  Ihe next sitting of. tlu IW.rd of  Licence Coiiiiiiis^iiiiiurti for tho  City of Cumberland. I ��������� intend to-  ������|i|������ly for a transfer.: of Hotel ��������� Licence now hold by mo tin block 8  Jot o Cumberland Townsite to  "Wilson & Drain berg.  , -J." It. JJannkuman.  Dated Sept., 2Hr.h, iy08.  Wa'.worth-Rolston Go. ^  H. S. R0LST0N,  Managing Director.  Vancouver., Be 0.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  AITUOATION VOU TRANSFER  OF   WHOLESALE   LI  QUOIi LICENCE.  ��������� "������������������-0  ���������-  NOTIOK ti hei'tihy given that  ,\ at the next sitting of tho Board of  Licence CotniniriHioiiei's fur tho  City of Cumberland, I intoiul to  apjily for It tniusfui* of wholesale  liquor licence held by me on Block  li. lot 8, Cumberland to ..'iisito, to  Ciali JUtissntto.  FRANK HALLOS,  'y Cumberland, Sept,, 15, lbJS.  "LAN!)    REGISTRY'    ACT."  In llie tnn Hot* of nn njijlioation  for n  dnplicflte ci-Ttifl&iU* of title to ptft (being one acre) of  ;      Sicfcion 17, i)infi'int of Coinox.  Notice U hereby given that it  is my intention at tbo expiration  of one month from date of fho Ur������t  jmbHeritifin hereof to Unite a Du-  jilicato Certificate of TJtn! tn ������-  hove land {united ro the Trustee? of  the Coinox School District on tho  80th January 1878 hiiJ numbered  8, V. Wonrrnv  Registrar General,  Ditto.1 Sept., SJSimI, J 008.  l!         __ .   .  NOTICE  ', Every Monday and Prldny I  [ will bc iu town lo deliver Hrwli  ^. Un I ter and all kinds ofYegetable  A Ino for sale Sgoiwl inilch cow*,  I colt 2 yeas old. well Intwl, nnd 20  i  tons of potato**; will  fell  cheap,  '��������� ChiuVkuk,  , j>7 Sand wick.  .--H~^hH~I--M~H'*hhH"H-M*  I Cumberland Livery  I and Feed Stable...  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  ..  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OP s ALL  KINDS ......  wood  and Coal  Hauled  ��������� ��������� Duiisiiiuir Avenue  $ CUMBERLAND,  ���������-��������� 0-  '1"l"l"l''l"M������l"l"W"M"t"l"l,lf"f'l"<'i'  NOTIOB.    *"���������'..  '  Riding on locomotives and  rail  miy cars of the  Union  Ooiliery  Company by any person   or per  sons���������except lain crow���������ia strictly  prohibited.   Employees  r,x* sub-  iec tu dismissal for allowing sam-  By order  Pmancis D. Littik  Mnna^oi,  Wooi'B PhenhoAlAi*  Tones ������n*Jfn Wfoi������U������,ttto whole  imVmmmT*^^  forrAi  ant  OlIBmllpitHWW.Iji  fl<uLor mnlMffl  blSfri likir. on receipt of pnoor.'JWw mm-hlit  Cook'rCotfoo Root CorowxmA  i ctmIi Utwlne Ton!* aM  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Now Rrowli'iu in our Nursorlus  for tlio full tr 'io:-.  O.),000 Penoh, Ap.'loot, N^larlurn,  Cherry, Plum, rrune, Pour and Apple  <  ���������in all limdiiiB vmiotics  100,000 SmnJl Fruits,  10,000 Oruinuontnl Trues, iu ull loading  VHriotlos for Ji O, ,  Strictly lioino crown nnd not subjuut to  damage from funilffntion,  Stook of Btilbe to itrrlvo in August from  Japan, France nail Holland,  Use Hupplies, Sprny Pumps, Sends, Kta,  HO-pngoOATALOGUIi FKKK,  m*m*mm***mmmmmmm, "HI      i   i n    hi  Oreeibousoe, Seed 8oue������a and  Pott  Offlon Addr* ���������,  0010 wiwmit ifib hoad,  Vancouver,  B.C.  Miwtinm.,  ircn|Ui-Ko,:  ���������- istronr  eteptiia on tt  eft  *HflUmp������l^.tMWlTe,(NIT. tfrnttcrVirtt  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Firo    and    Life  1'\k li ( li*lt;:i������;i-i for  Fire Insurance call and get  rates before insuring.  Wesley Willard  Agent fortbe Koydl  of Liverpool,  sal^e'of lakjds for unpaid delinquent taxes jn the como)'  -., Assessment district, province of brtish columbj \  I hereby give notic������that, oh Friday, the 9th day of October, 19'ib, at tiiu-aotti of 11 o'ciock  11 the forenoon, at the Cpurt Hptiiej,Cti������nberiaud, tf. ft, I shall sell by public'auction tlie lauds  hereinafter set out, of"the^persons in the said list hereinafter set out, fur the delinquent raxes uu  paid by said persons on tip 31st day of December, 1907, and for interest, co?.ts;au>i expenses, including the cost of Advertising������aid^l^*'irtfffe:"tbtSl'amount due Ts not sooner paid .  '*j!/-/A |l|ST,jA3pVf MENTIONED   " ;     '7 "    \  '   "   ' '   '   -'��������� A . *if  ** * .Sk  ���������-.>*-,.v.<>(/SP'*i-y<*$,'-. ��������� ,*���������.,;v,.'fel '--?!  T     -r(    ���������.,���������*-.  NAM I Of ItRION AIIIIIID }        *.      *   .- .*-. .. '..      , ������*?*  ���������A  ".II '    '.f   .        ������������������ ,mj������,  A i i *'���������> ��������� : .-*  -*\  S> ',*,  ���������WORT OKBCMPTION  OP MOPmTY  OIUOUINT    TAXC*  m  m  M  <  t*  SutersofSt. Aon....... ...^    V...  Andertoo, Ed. C." Jog, E.   tad Peter Leo  Dormau, F. .... ;...  Anderton, John ,       ....  Curtis Jsmei M.      ...... ......  Smith, Horace       ....   ���������       ....       .. V.  Creech, Harr;f       ......   .,'.*. ....  ... ,i ...... ....  Wood, Thomas A. .... ......  Anderton, Ed. C, Jos. C, and Ptter Lad  Fluok,Samuel ....       .,..".  Mordlo, Louisa      ....       ....  Coulter, Hiilis       ....  Anderton, John       ....       ..,-.���������'  Vast, Margtrek       .... ..-.',  Cly, Morin ....        ....  i  Carey, T. H.       .... ....  Morton W. H.       ....          Piercy, John F. and E. & K; By. C.  Fraser River Saw Mills        ....  Kelso, T. L.       ....  Scott, John VV. ....      ....  U 14 <l  HolmfB, J. B.  Northcy, L. G.  Young, a N. ....       ....        <  ���������MarlitVS". J. ....        ....  Young. O. N. ....        .1.  Strange, f. W. nn3 Hatch, James H.  \    ���������    -  Thomson, Agnes F.      ....       .. f  Furry, Ira  Bums, Gavjn H. ....  YViliUn.s, Mrs, Emm*.  << i>      ii  ....  n a      ti  Ebertsi, Dnnoan VV., Estate  Kami iopa Mines, Limited  Wright, Alex  83  ii.  u  ���������  *".  ������  it  t-  o������  0"  w*  a  39) screi of seotions 1 and 2, Comox  Sections 65, 160 acres, ������'.  "    8*il60;acte8V *'  Lot 117, part, 17 noree, "  ������������������ 124, 160 aores, ,      ���������������  " 1128,183 aorea, ...ii.    ,V  " 132, 160 acres', ,..���������.     ��������������� ���������  ������������������ 161,164 aores, ..;...    V  *' 167,124 ami, ......     ���������������  ;��������� 170.122 aorea,        ......    ���������������  ���������' 185,160aorea, ...... ' "  North east quarter, lot 17 of 186, 2 a������*a  Lot 187, 120 acres, Comox..  North half of lot 18$, 80 urea   * "   ..  Lot220,160ao*va, .'���������'.;..',."*'���������������������   ..  221, 157acres,       * ......     ������������   ..  Paitoflot226       ������<   ..  Nelaon District.  S. i, S. part of S.K J Sec., 32,  Tp. I..  Undivided half of section 12, ,   ' **     ..  LotttG, ...... ;.,���������..:,.,  IStavvGaMtlm   District.  Seoiionl,      ......       ...... A  ���������    27,       ;    ;,,;..-    ;..  Denman Island.  West half of south west comer of b*o. 16  60 acres of 8. W. quarter of mo. 23.  Ff orriby r������land*  Fraction cf S.E. ^ 4 E;'j of 8. W. J eec.6  NlJ **���������������*^Mll������^^^Ski^L'i1xJi  SecTlS," e. i7 a, e. i of seo. 12se.i, seo. 17 ^WO,28  Soy ward District  iiot7,y.r, ;iV;.  ': ;*.,v;.._. ;^ ,..  11, Mary Ishnd,        ..;;  U> .AA...a:''.\..A"'. 'a...  Hurnando Island.  S. J of eectiou 4, ....   A:    ,,4  Cortss Island.  N.W. lofwotki) 84,   B.E,t "' 30,      ......     ...  Rupert District.  Section 7, township 0, ..,, ...  N, VV. | of section 10, township C ,,.  N.B, J.of seotiou 24, township 9 ".".,  ���������J.B. quarti r of section 25, t iwnship .".  N, 1 ft N.i of 8. J of seo 24, 4 sco.25 tp. 10  CoastDlstrlctRan������������. I.  l"������������274                 ....        ,..,,.    12.80  Lot275    ; .   4,08  t 16.00  6.00  13.47  8.00  4.80  5.40  .9.00  *6:b0  4.80  8200'  4.80  .80  .3,60  : 2.40  480  9.00  ������;oo  ' .1.50  '-2.40  64.00  19.20  5.16  Z40  L80  4.80  19.20  817.76  10.80  3.60  480  8.G0  8.24  12.8f������  12.80  12.80  648.00  .32  ..*  ,44  .33  1.03  .58  .SO  .80  .67  .15  .24  :27  .45  "A)  .24  1.60  AH  M  do  .12  .24  .45  .15  .08  .12  '3.20  r .-  . .95  '.$  .14  *..10  .24  41.W  r.oo  15:88  .18  .24  .lli  .40  .64  .64  .04  155.60  .01  .20  TOTAL  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  200  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  ��������� 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.001  2.00  2.00  2.00  200  13 80  8 80  16 14  516  ,7 04  7 67  11 46  830  704  35 60  7 04  2 84  5 78'  4 52  7 04  11 45  5 15  890  4 52  69 29  22 15  .  -7.41  408  i 23  7 04  870J  23 28  835 64  18 94  5 78  7 04  5 78  10 64  15 44  15 44  15 44  805 60  15 44  6 38  DATED AT CUMBERLAND, SEPT., 4TH, 1908.  JOHN BAIRD,  OEPUTtfASSESSOR ano COLLECTOR  CUMBERLAND, 8   C  BEER   BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionSrewer^Beer  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B..  Go to  JOHN McLEODS  KOf FIU8T.CLAHH  CANOY, FUU1TH,  CUUlirl & TOUACCOH  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  FOR BOYS        L  Tho laurels       Belcher;6treet  Victoria, B C ~~  I'atroo and Vlsilar,  TUK LQI.U milOV Of COLUMDIA  Head Maslsr  I  TAKK NOTICK tbnt 60 ilnys after  Jute, I intrud to apply to the Hon.  Chief GoMiuiMionar of Lnuds nud Worka  (ornlifiMof the foreshore of Douman  Island. H. O., ila.*f)nl>Ml aa follows*-  0,'iuinoooln at ������ port plauted ut tbe  south-woat oorner of th* freot'onal north  enst qui,r or ol leotlon 5, Penmsn Island,  11, t\j tbenoe wrat lOohslnsi lhmoeu<*th  40 uli������in-t tlionoe east 27 ohalna more or  less to tbe high water mark) theeoe fo%  luwinx ttm rtnuoaities of tha forwhors  i,f Mid Dennmi Iilsrad, Ui jHat of ������n  iMoiiOo������,������ut, u.i.ulininf IliO acrea more or  lam.  Vniod Denman Island. R O. Jnly M, 'On  ������. NAKAKO  K. Koto, Aifent  T>. Hunden  J. Vt. UINQ, WJQ., M.A���������  OXYOMi  Asslstarl hythtiinrMtv.it,, At Vr* htHsetl-  nised Usimiiliss of Great Itritsln and t'*t\.  *J������,  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  Moderate UtmH let h <ttd*tt,  Pro|<������.iy ciine'SU af Ait torsi witb *pa������i������  irut tehool kaildiat*, ������it������e.lv������ r*rr.,t',  grtiuaat. gym .slum, Oadst corps ai*b������0  led.  APPLY TO MUD UAXTAU,  When In CourtenayStiyat  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvcry confeofcnot forguMtf.  TbeOential Hotsl for IporteMan  Noai������ bm tbe B#������t of Winn and Ixtnot*  Bynootia  ot Oanndian  Homestaad  Eafrulationa.  Any available Dominion Lunds witbia  th������iHailwn/ Holt iu British Colombia,  may be luiinosteudad by nny person who  is tlio nolo head of n family, or tuy male  orer 18 yeara nf ago, to the mtent of oae  quarter aeofionof 16) aorM. more or lore  Kntry mint b, midopwnunllyat the  looiil land oflioe for tbo distriot in wl iob  Ibe land is situalo. Entry by prosy  may, bowevfr, be ni'i'le on csrti.ln oon-  ditions by thofntlmr, iniitlier.eon, dmmrb  tor b*utber or ulithir of and udendiofT  liom eteadxr.  The bomextoador is required to perform  the condition* connected tlierenitb  under on������ of tho following plnusj  (1) At least six mouths' residence upon  and oiiltivation of tha land hi eaoh year  for Hi rim yimrn,  (*.') If tho fsthor for mother, if tb*  fntl.orls i1<vj*hn<wI), of thn homrateider  tetlden upou a farm in the vicinity of tb*  lurid miUroil f������������r, tbe ravtiireia������nte aa t������  rmidnnca may bo satisfied by sued peraon  reHldiiR with thn fnlhrr orniritber.  (Hi If th i sm tier Iim* his perinausat r������>  sldfiiifi* ltpnii fnrmlnur land owned hy  him in Ib* vicinily of Idt ItumesUtd, th*  vr'i'l'ri'i. ,,t:> lw ,ii,���������\ai,iAi luhj Ot sat>  fled by Ttmldent'* upi-iiillie nub] laud.  Kir ���������noi-llii-' nnticH in writing should  be jrWen to the Commissioner nf Domia*  ion Lands at Ottawa nf Mention to tp  ply for patent.  enu-r.w.1 m.t...:.-^ a.J.i. ���������4, U  Meed for * jw nod of twentynn* yeara  at an annuel rental of ft per ncte. Not  nor* than 2^60 aurea shall be leaa*������| In  o������* individual or mnnpsny. A nyslty  ���������t tb* rat* of Ave cer.it per ton shall b*  I colleoUd on tbe merchantabla onal mir #d  [ W. W.UOIiV.  tteftnty ot th* Minister of the Interior  N.H.���������Unaiithnrli*.| publtfa* ,..n of Ihie  ndrrrf wsment will n������l It* paid for.  in season  tt (he lUr.  fVArts  RBASOMABLE  D. HUNDEN'S  John Jofiniton,    Pro.  ^V*12 ^"% "v**** *mm**t<l  tt&^.te****?**  jtm, ***u I fleca Arrivals  d  $   " ' ' TT��������� ���������   | STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAMES  I SILVER   MOUNTED   VASES.  If in nmi of any tiling in this line* will be pleased to servtjyou.  Stoddart, the   Jeweler  S.JSAKA,    PROPRIETOR  rs������*WWfwee������M������������������������������i  Thos.L!  R. Dowdall wasa, passenger by  Friday's boat after spending a. Short  vacation in Victoria, witlilns fain *  ily. -        .      ���������;������������������  _.���������* o   Mr. and Mrs. L. Mouuce and  faanly returned bome by Friday's  bout* s  ',. ������������������ -        -   i  ��������� Funeral Direc-I  ftor  and   Em-i  baimerj  Ladies' and Gentlemen'sStiits Made to Order  from ������20 to S35    All Work First Class   "  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  BBS!  r , generally-  each other about the  ��������� Peop!<  tel! ^  good ch'ngs.  That is how the merits of  "BOVRIL1  \ we become so universally  known. "Bovril" is a  good thing. It is all the  nourishment of prime beef.  THE   COMOX  BANNER   FAIR  (Continued from last week's issue)  The same applies to  sports.   For  it is by sports alone that agricultural  fairs can  exist in  a form  "''"worthy of a progressive farming  . community.  Hut apart from the above suggestions, which we hope will bc  ��������� cart-fully considered   befoie next  year's fair we are sure everyone  will join with us in thinking Mr-  It. IJ. Hurfordand Mr. M. B. Ball,  the ham working president  and  secretary, and also those directors  who recognized tlieir responsibilities and did their best on their*re-  epoetivo committees, also, we foci  that especial thanks due to Mos-  danuw Eric J^iujean Millard, Berk  ley mid McPhoo and Messrs Jos.  MoHipo, J. V. Davis, Kev. Thos.  Metrics and S. J. Piercy fur their  tiiftui'ul und artistic lUT.uigotneii!  of tho exhibits in  the hull.   Tlie  gentlemen who hud been asked lo  co if- up from Victori:i  to adjwl-  huie mi Uu* stock being nimble to  give thoii* Htu'vices, local Inlontwiif  m|iiis'itioned.    Mr. HMlakc V.8,  ' .-I'.ri Mr, Kirhy judging Iho lini-sim  iu'! stiic,!,* in a moit able  iitAiitier  .md M"* <K A. ICniglii giving tlio  , , : ���������'.< ���������   to tlio merits of tho ox  >.vn���������itj large produce on trios,  .*.>'.<��������� Mrs. Andrews and Miss Hill  like services in thu artistic  "-tic mid  miscellaneous aoc-  uh.   Owing to some of tlio rn-  e ' lining held on thu road outside  the'jrounds  the crowd of sjiecta-  torn v- * coiihidei'iiby broken tip.  Thi* ������������������* tii������ reason why many poo  iih* 1'ifieiod tbt* nftoiiilii'ico was not  '..   '      -.   .. An   tl.,.-  ���������CO������������W������������W���������e-Jaf*mmt������  of tbe Bailey farm was the winner  of this enp with fifty time points  Messrs J. Halliday aiid J. Urquhart being tied second with twenty points each.  Tho two special. prizes, offered  by the Cumberland Branch of the  lioyal Bank of Canada for the  winners of the largest number of  prizes in the garden vegetables  and field produce sections wore  won by 1st. Mr,' Jno. Knight of  Point Holmes with 31 points and  2nd, by Mr.A-J. Halliday with  18 points.       2 ;  The two special'sweepstake pri-  If ouse Raleiug Re>#  newlng. tt   Foundations  Carefully At ten e   to.  Cumberland,  BC.  of Denman Island, and Mr. M. B.  Ball for the two winners of the  greate'st-nlimber of prizes for frnit  were won by 1st, Mr, Wm Baikie,  Denman Island points 82.  2nd, J. Harwood, Trent River,  pts, 16 These prizes were especially keener contested for the other competitors scoring points as  follows:���������E. H. Davis 14 points,  J. W. Piercy 13 pts, T. Cairns 12  pts Jno. Mnndell 11 pts.  ��������� The thanks of tho many exhibitors in the dairy, poultry nnd  manufacturing sections is due tn  Ilev. Thus. Menzies and Mr. W,  J. Carroll, who so ably judged in  these weHons.  This show is tho last that can  beheld in the present grounds tho  lease expiring this year. The Co-  mox Fair therefore now outers upon an important period in its history.  It is to go ahead with the district? own its own fair grounds and  -a) be put on a sound financial bo  niri, or is it to be left behind Jn  tho rapid advancement of Comox?  It. is thi-- question thut will come  up for un answer at tho general  mooting which will be held in the  Agricultural Hull, Oct. 12th, at  8 p. in.  This is a public meeting und every  resident in this district IsearnoHt'y  requested to attund. If tlm ttjm~  nol fnir Im to bo improved, imd ho  mude more representntivo, t!;e pt-o  p'e wli>i will have to do more in  the mutter are tho ranchers of Comox Show should not grow and  become the representative show of  the whole Utwid northward, nnd  also of the numerous Inlands lying  ofT our I'liiijit, But even our natural advantages will nut do thin  ar! jt mny U,���������t l���������jtrwi tu U)>(  readers to know that already mimy  oi ������i;r neighbour* un thu stirroun.  ding i������liti���������i, utit considering wliet-  li".i iViii-n-1 hi.' tin- ������.inm   aim   ;uiv j on* u.'..j, ������.i-i,t<iv  uigrtiii������o   n   aiimv  Millard, S. J, Piercy, B. Crawford  and S. J, Shopland, the district  expects to have a really good show  more than this, it looks to these  men to move in the matter at the  public meeting which will be held  in the Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, on Oct, 12th, and which will  be attended by practically every  rancher mid his wife in the district. Remember these pohits. The  public meeting will be held at 8  p. in. Monday Oct, 12th. The  lease of the present grounds has  fallen in. Agitate for.the Society  to own its own ground. Agitate  for more sport, and see���������yorit~gct  them. Come to thc meeting*--and  let your neighbors knr.w your  ���������vrew87~ThedateHs-0etri2thr-���������It"  is necessary for you to comeif you  want the district to advance. A������ri:  cultural Hall Courtenay, 8 p. In.  A public meeting, come, Oct, 12th.  A great public social evening!  Bring your wives and little ones,  this matter concerns yon. We  want to know what you  think.  Mrs. T. Bickle   and   Miss   R.  Bickle urriVed homo by  Friday's  boat.        ,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  |     JHE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA."  Capital. 83,900,000  Rbskiivr, ?4,300,000  Assets,   $46,400,000  DKPosits, $33,700,000  m  t  Bey. John llpbsu!), of Nanaimo,  was ^passenger by .Friday s boat  ,"������������������������������������ : ;v'.^*,;>."' .*;..     '  P. l\':'v^^ri|piiii'.';.barrister loft  last Friday evening-overland for  Victoria, on a business trip.  ���������,.��������� "' :i>"'""'��������������������������� -  Mr, W. Fraeer.of S. Lciser &  Co,;and bride returned last week  from Victoria. The.Njcws extends  congratulations; ''   ��������� ���������  Mr J. Kesley returned hoifie  hist weok after a few pleasant days  ���������spent at tho (Capital;    '  \ _J o���������   !   Tho Victoria Fair was a grand]  success this year, there being a large  attendance  each day.  ��������������������������� ������������������   -Money Orders ===:  L.   Rates.  $5 and under         ... 3 Cents  Over  WS mid not exceeding 810 6Centa  Over $10 npd not exoeediug 830 10 Cents  Over 980 and not exceiidins $60 15 Cento  tt*'Theso ;Money Orders ar* payable without cost in nny   Chartered 4  Bank iiOauada. ������    .  Interest Added Fonr Times % Year iti.Savings.Bank.  IT A. B. NETHERBY,  Man^^T'  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+  George aud Tom say that hunting is good below the  wharf. f  .   . -.    _0/:A ��������� ^ ^   ,A      ���������*  Inspector Dick, returned to. Nan-  iiimo by  Tlnjrs'day's  boat.  Gun   Club  Dinner.  The Annual game dinner of the  Cumberland Gun Club wns given  in the Cumberland Hall on Moin  day evening Oct. Sth. At nine  o'clock dinner was served, all the  delicacies of the Benson being provided by the members of the Club  Tho dinner was prepared by Mrs,  J. H. Piket. who left nothing undone to havo everything prepared  iii the most tasteful maimer. After the inner man had been satisfied dancing whs indulged in up to  n Into hour, to tho strums of music provided by Mui'dock's Orchestra, Altogether those who  attended spent a inost onjoynble  evuuing,  APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL  ."JQLOENOE.  Take,notice, that one month  after date I intend to apply  to the Superintendent of Pro  vincial Police, under the provisions of the Liquor Lice'tice  ^\ct-iy00,-and- iiineiidmeiits-thero--  to, for a Hotel Licence td sell intoxicating liquors by retail in the  premises known as the Lome Hotel, situate at Comox district, British'Columbia,  Dated this 29tht day., of Sept. 1008  Fl.OKKNCE MAHY CuFKK.  K.A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADfE|^AILOK4tADE COSTUMES Af SPECIALTY  "SUITS' ffifl&B TO   OROEH AND  IN ANY STYIiE YOU UU1SH.  PERFECT FIT GUABANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  MMIIIIWUMIHtM  CIJIB11LII1  ���������w*  Painting, Paper Hanging, Kalsomin  in-g, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  ?      Pries"Itvoi.ro than Elsewhere  S Leave Orlera at J,  I CHAS HERAPER,   ���������  ���������$oe���������9���������eeos6eo���������CCKS!������^c������  Good Workma  McPhee & Sr.ns  *  a  -    Courtenay, B. C. i  ������������NC99ICCCIMeilSM  ?J^*x*x*>y&x*x  I am not going to l'rince Rupert or Vancouver; I am  stopping right here and selling my goods as cheap as they <?>  eau be bought in the Kast or anywhere, ������  MoLEANI  ������  BUTOHEBSHOP  >������������������������������������������������������  *.'h"  th.  I������'.()   ,11'jiU.lit     -'L'<     il-(l     l! in      K'i'J  hi ge iu-ieHKK in the ������tocl(  exiiib-  itc  Tl.i������ suclioti i^iveM of ������������������uri������<������ the  Mr. and Mrs. J. McKay of Lady  smith ni'i'ivoJ Inst week and are the  guests of Mr. and Mi'B. J   Low is,  Mr. ,I.T. LhUtunu left by Thus;  day's   bunt   for   Vancouver on a  on idnouH trip,  i  ������������������������������������������������������,���������  W. Bailey loft by Thursday's  boat fur Vancouver,  Mrs. John Matthews returned  home by  Friday's  bout.  Tho reservoir of tho Ox-  ford Ohnncellor is the ideal  reservoir construction for a  first-class range.  It can bodotachel or attached by anyone iu a few  minutes.  It is constructed of planished copper of the highest  grade, m d hns a capacity of  fiom OJ to 11 imperial gallons.  Wc have also n cflKt-iron  coj.j'er-lini'tl roeorvolr, which  In some styles, Is attached  to ihe right-hand end of the  range. The affords ample  hot wntor,  Uijjht style con bo supplied,  Where are you going? I am going to the Com'x Co-operative Meat  Market, where I oan get n Nioe, Tender, .Tuioy Roast ot Meat: No Bone.  AUMeut.  Comox Co-operative 'Society,*!  R. Webster, Manager.  imri'-i-e ui the uuiiilier of exhibits  ii* iiiiUirully gratifying to the f<dr  boar, I.  Among tlio special prizes mention  mil'I bo initdo of tlm htndmiiiie  ma -������ive silver cup given  by Mr  i, ������>t -Mull    A SWi'ip   rta'li'   piizi-  (n ti"* winner of fhn gruat������:������tnuiii  b ������* tit pmt> in tbu live *tu*k *<*<���������  *   ., Mr. J������'t������������l<Iiirt'������. jf������'������e*ou* t>\  .v,.'.   . '.'-,;'��������� t ^"dl ho ������'t������fi|-������f(^ hy  > omc ot our other it".idt'iiUf  Mr,  J. 8,Shopl*nd thu p���������puiir tenant  ftiiiong tlii-iuindves.   This is lm  can so th'-y consider the  Comox  Fair Is not progmssive onongli,  Now, na the lease uf tho preiutit  ground-, hu* I������p������ud, wo hojie and  uxpdftt to nen n move made nt the  urth coming public meeting on  Monday cvt*;iiiig, Oct, Pith to pn'  chit*.' eJi.<u fciimtids and put the  whole ������oni'ty un a   pn������gres������ivt'  fnotitirr,     \Vlffl f.W'\t, n! tc biuiiw.^  men ������������ Metmrs Wm. Duiitan, Jo*.  KePlw.', A:.x  IripiUait,  Doctor  Mr. J. Miirpolelurtvcd homo hy  Thursday's boat,  ���������ii   o   Ji. England left by Saturday's  T, Ilaggart was n pa.ssougor to  Xiiiihiino by Saturday's boat,  ������������������' ��������� ��������� *������    Mr. II. (BovMr. nf Ifninn Itnv,  left by Satiiruay'ii boat for Kan-  nlmo,  Mrs, Jiunes Webslev returned  homo by Wodnefday's boat.  ��������� ���������   Mrs J. Tliomsun arrived home  by Wednesday's boa',  wim     mi   ��������� memWmmmmmmmmtmmmntmmmwmmt  Mr. nnd Mrs. D. R, AleDonnld  nrrivod homo by Wednesday's boat  Owen Martin, Wnllor Wilson  nnd Chnrles Welistcr iirrivcd bj  Wednosdny's bout,  John Frame 1* i't by Saturday's  bout for Nnnnhno,  Mrs. J. I'ike* mid Miss C, Bikot  roturnu.l houu by Wednesday's  boat.  TomUm   nro bviiiig called  foi  overland in *.*! t.i heln by Nov. IH  Mr. uud Mrs, Matt  Ploivy ������i-  rivotl by  Wc'ln������������������'l*i������*\  \n,.\i  Mr. and Mrs. 1 J,'Bates left by.  Thursday's boat forNiiiiiiimo,  *.ml*rim,trO '  Mrs, Jrtmt'B Stewart mid Mr.  Joe Sb'M'iirt, were passengers tn  Victoria by Thursdiiy's boat,  Jlr. A nli ur F. Owen Piano tuner will visit Cmiihc-rlnud and  lUtrii't nhout Oct,'lStli,  Mrs. Frod J Ioi wood  W nJnesdny,*   hour.  arrived b\  ��������� limit," -mmm-, t-+  For Sale in Cumberlam  byT. E.BA1E,  Masuet Cash Store.  GILLETTS  AB501UTEIYPURE  CREAM  TARTAR.  tf**rh*Jlgwit tnthtu lint ut tht  w������Funt auaafiTHtct.  OILtJTT'A eo*t������*������mtt* lhwtmie/*r*mt  tttuHtnttd good*. ^  nneunm ���������uaatiTUVKS.  E.V/.QILLETT g������JT#K  TOIIONTO.OMt,  AiA+AAwAAmAwwAAwwAww-em  LOST  On Friday evening, between Mr.  W. Unymnn's house and S. J.  Piercy'shome alight paper parcel  containing 5 yds, of dark red vol-  veteoti, and a child's brown cloth  coat. Finder kindly lenve at News  ofllco.���������Mrs. S. J, Piercy,  LOST���������A pnlrof spectacles In  case, between the Methodist  Church and tho Camp. Fmdor will  nluaso return to tliis ofilce.  , ������   ���������   VALLEY NOTES.  Mr, nnd Mrs, Deo nnd family,  of Nntitiinio aro paying tho Valley  a visit nnd during thoir stay mo  the guests of Mr, and Mrs, Goo,  Robinson,  Oonrtcnny L. O. L. No, I860,  lm I the plonsuro of a vinit of Bust  M tster Hro. Win, JJoe, of Nanni-  nto, which whs vory much appreciated .  Tho now road going into J. H.  Ilawkin's ranch is Hearing completion, and all tho ,V������Jimg Indies  Interested might call np ihnt wny  and enjoy the ride up Cedar drive,  ������������������Cuddy" hnd a most unfortunnto  accident on Saturday niornirg; he  wns Inking a tiavellur to Unloir  Hay to (Mitch lie l>o������t, which tho  latter had missed at Comox, On  approaching tho Courtenay bridge,  something went wrong with thu  steering penr, i-amii g the auto to  strike the side of the brioge, turn-  lug the machine completely over  and damaging it coiibidciaiily.  Lucidly, nolrhor of tljm wero  wriotndy injured,  t:\,


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