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B0  iTJSSfYEHS������ild SIZES-  Grocdes-.-^mf^:0!.1^ Groaries*.  -" Specialattentioi^^^^piCy.ofoitt^sT' ^'^  %  ������r  - .��������� ??*.x%������j.f%8ffim*i ".^' 3rfttT;;V:V^ft^>������>*  "S| r- ri   ' HJr^^1''r! -'  "    '���������' '        ' - '  k-   **   ?*     *1J  I    -    *���������       .    --t "     '     ";A^?C'*%������Uy.-���������'','    'V,< L-   '- ^     v"  I ;  xwcrrM iTwiftiffRr-/riSrif pa NT*: Wnfi\CPi: A  s  - --     ���������  "*'*fjfr ^y'vaV-" -^^j"-������.'a^ ..,������4* <-/^giaVf'->*   >���������  ,^*^4.   e  ",l*^i  iUs J  T.   E,   Bate  i<> Magnet Cash Store ������<>.  T.   E.   Bate  JA mm i^w*.  We are getting nicely settled' ia  *ywe, a*sw premises and lwwre-aiu*OTw&*  ���������-���������-   ���������  -'*������������������-.    ������������������ ������-   \.*4jSw*l'K*i  ' Mi^^Ker>^aMordii'aoe" iviU'b^th&J  X-     -V������i!*. -i  notioe gUea. a-^w days agQ.a.^sira  *$-, ^r-tTB-^T-K^ f,* r !>**������������������*   >ft    ^j;, , ^ -... j-f ft**-   -^ ������������������  high" noaa iu the Intorust ot the seal hercaee to tho Paris   award   On tbo  .aonopoiy on tbo Pribylott   Maiutoi  co^rary, although tho'Uuitid Stat.*.  "  Oauada, on tha otter band    follow Lad wrUte������ G���������at Br,t;|n M������ ^    ^  ing what sho claimed tor hor oUiz.ua utgeaey wlth m<jkl ^^     to  to be a legitimate aud honorable cat- Japa|| flfld Bi|-ij4 flf ^t;bUl   lhft  ling iu tbo pursuit of ibe fur-seal at ih������,.)i������ ��������������������������������� ������..������    *'.->.  Menu* nota ou May 7, aad ag ia    oa  Ma' | M������y 22, it waa uot until after    tho  Tho Cnndiaa sonlera, known as tba tr0(t(y wilh Japa,u ^^ ^fl(|)| ���������  Oa.indianpel.iglo ooalors, hava follow t|wt flny atte|)t|on wa|-    j-    Qr(>at  ed with     v-arlug ������uef������a. their ba������- BrU(lin t ^ requ0Ht ftf t|w 0nUed  arou. oooupation aevorcly handicap- gtW 3mu ^ ^ ^ ^  t������n by tbo por3i������leut   efforts mado doubt> bav0 ^^ wnt,Qiei ^ ^  to drive them off tbo Paoltlo   ocaau. pMt ^ riguUt|M1 ti   ^ ^ ^  Tbey b.vo bM.. Intorfrrod with aud proteo(jo��������� 0, ^ |ur ^^ ^  ]   600j4undf[ed  Samples  of Campbell's  New Spring  ���������W...B, .,������i������  v..������ ri-,  ,  , molertod fro tntho vury   ooromowoo- .A ���������. ,*       .��������� .     . , . ,..-,.,������  Honorablo Ohtof GommMoncr.. . ,ol l������ w "������ P-rt rt somo uurrow-mM , ^ L��������� ,        a^i^H    f*"',"  'iMdi.aod Worka for a Uoouoo t? cd Uborala bc.,u������, thta pap������r publ.h,fl lroprl.onmtni.    coutiscatioa lh������������ J������������P������dl,o th-, treaty Vb!  prospeot for oo*l aud petroleum und od ������n interview with our looal memb - -���������     ���������  lor tha following lauds)���������  i or iu tba provincial houac,  oh wai  and other hlgh-handcd ������eti wm ot J������ ������ho hBr ft ww' ���������t*t������ .)������' ^b9 w������'  Wa nations, ������.        '  , UGommonotnc ������t a poat mark |   Some oven wont io far a> to    say  wmmoo occurrence on tho part of (. ^ ^  ������  on Hand to Bolect from  Call and leave yonr Moasnro for,  for yonr Shit  pit  Guiranteed I  . u  od aouth-woat oorner of Claim No, I itho P-iP������ wao oouaorvatlve.  placed about 20 chain* west    from '   Howover we hivo tho latlafaotion  Muth^nat corner of S-ellon 82 Den- of knowing U wa. good    l"������lttinate  man Inland  ehaini!  to point of oomraonoomwit.  li to be congratulated.  ALSO        .  A Full Range of Hoadj .to-wcar  Suits ol tlio same woll-known Urand, /      -  ���������IN6PEC Tio'N     INvi TED  J McPhee & Sons  ���������*���������***#*****���������********** ������������������������*������*#*#������������������������������**���������*���������##*������  tho Untied SUU'i aaalstiid by ttutala.'   " '" 'Uff|ault w "nderatand On-at  Oreat Britain .trongly protested a Bril������������������,������ ������������������������������ ���������* Protect tbo Oinad  w���������   - ,     galuit tbo tra������tnt*ni of her Oanadlau''" ,'0,"liriC mnlia* ��������������������������� tb������ rV������Bula,lloa  [.land, thenco running out 80  mmi  and  tbo  dl.t^-let, J���������9***" |ljbjc<>t,( elttlalng *���������    ,   ��������� ,(!lll,      tor th* protection of the fur balwi.b  wait N ennui, ibwo aQuin bu   , ^ ^ ^        ^ ^^ ^ ^   oipeowiy wh,a J r,mind yoii{ tlmt m,������  lug mU pr.otl.od by tbo Indiana *������-���������������!*���������*��������������������������������������� *W-l������l������t toll, I.  on tbo ooait of America.' Croat Brit * "*;"'}* lh* Br������u������"������t P������*������  olo turlh.r olaimed for bur mb^ct. ^ ^"tribunal,  tb. right to come .nd go upon tb������ I, Thn mi9d 8ul"������ ,l"������ ****���������**������������������**������������������*  high .oa. without Ut or tofrfor. lw|'M ^ of <r^ ������������d ������������������������������������������  eoco, .ud Uki thorofrom at will and ��������� *"*,f^j nun ���������������*������������������*.*", ������.���������������������*.  ���������IHNM th. produoa of tho me,' ��������� ^ l^,M 8l,t " d;4 n������l "*!*  ltu.Ha and tho UnlUd Blalf. p,W "Wrf ,V������ ^ whlch "* *������*>*������*>  kntotontUl .um* to Oreat Brluln ������������-oei'������'; ������������''1 ������redii hrr with po������M.  for a������.umlng to treat mllng In tiie '^ m'hJao' *������*������*, ^ h������^  ���������1������ *>* tt 'plraoy.' i1*"' " ,U,,,"rBRt " ������'**t Brit*������������  Dated thU 8sJud d*y of F������brttary,'08     Moreover it wa .tbe duty of tho  HUqa  BTEWAttT.  wbftt lb0 provincial bouwo Intended  -'' -  "���������  , "'���������r~"; Trmrl ������P������n������������������li hi tbo diatrlot durlug   tb.  Notico t. hon-by givon that bo d������y������ mxt tmU9 m(mth|(  after dato I intend to apply to tho  Ubnorii'blo Oblof OommUiloner of  baudi and Work* for ������ lloeuoii Ho  proipool for ood aud potroleum und  or tho following landi j-  No.a-Corameueiug ai a poat marked ������outb-������>nil eornor of claim No. 8.  Union Bay Notes*  m   1.1,  plaood about 80 chain. wo.t trom tbo    Q   UJn ||1(J Mf|i 0(|t|8r ,���������terU|u.  ���������outb-oa.t comer of auction Si, Deu-  mau riuidTn'al^rwMrVoWni, ���������* ������<���������'d tho ^mr W������tUngto,onj 'r,,^,.'-^^ ^  ������������������;��������������� *****���������**. J������P������^ adhoatou to tba  thenco north 80 ob������ln.,tb������������..it 80 Friday .venlug.  A Ukm* numbiT nt .^ ^^ upou ouf ^^ ^ Moml* note,  ohalna, thane, aouth 80 ohain.    to voitng -people wora prMont and    .u-1 ,y-,%Afs(M   i*,.^.  ,,.  Tho Hon. gllhu Itooi, tho   pr-������*nr  tho point of oommonoemont. ,0TB<! ,ha R00d mutir, ���������������d o bt������r osool> ,..���������,..    '.    '���������'   '-"*.'���������] ",,". , ",\|������������erowiry ot BtaK ha* atntod en ma-  n^'>;���������*7i!'m ^ r^rr-" * ������^^"i.2,.:jz:::;z'-   |������ng������ftd iu p-Uglc aealing. Thia mxt  ,1 si,  il    Slddall.   The  Tailor,    jj  Has opened Business in McLeod's Store.  Ul'QU 8TRWART, Agent ���������**A hi. oblof mate.   r-- - ~. !   ������-������������������ BuUon������ th8 mm��������� Con,:rrco������dill������. i. en. which l Propo.������ to  Notion la her-bv ffiven thnt So day. Co.'. oboml.t .ud mlueralogUt    ha. mmvM UUtr ^ >n mr rrf|rl (  h)(  $"'!$ Vn?!*l %9 ?VH m* Z *** "Uy,n! *t,rr,*'r tWl ^Vfr" **sf - ������ <^������ to glva i tarn  Qono-Mblt Ohlof Oommla.lon-'r     o' hotel for ��������� few d������y������. ...    _"      ,   .        ,.'.*.  Land, .nd Work, tor a Jleenen -to ��������� ]Wrt wowk. ot th. main M������l������t.  croipoot for Mil and potrolejip������ nod    If   T. t. nay hat <Urt������d, to build  ���������r the following landi *.- an tddlllon to hi. ralidtue������k  Hm MeMllliD of ConrtMiiy    who  eoonnoted  with fhl. (nduatrf     in  wbloh wo are oo <Ur������ot|y imerooted  No. 1-Oomm.nelng from a -*^J***    Mra HeMill.o of Ooart*niy    who    Tb. hlmorlul future, ia eounuet  ImZ^TimTZJm^mim*��������������� -*'��������� **.**,m'***.o********,*** ...  40 ohaina, north IW ohalna, weal ������0 tor htnm ou tbu Oi(*fn<i PrijAf after tupDowilon tad dtfoov-'rl-r   of  IMi  ehaini, aoutb 80 cbtlni. tbeneo rs.t noon hat. .   '" ..  40 ebtlna to tlu peUt of   *immm*n**\   tow fmtt f|4 j^J;m tt.  Dated tbb ttad day ot Fobm.ry,1������l*,wU������,������ ������������������*rlfc.. ������#ho������*ot.Uor.������wi ��������������� tk. Nortb Pa^flo Mean.  DANIIL ������TEWABT. tha purpo������a*������ of t������TTiug e, ������������re roo!    Aftor ������wtlli*lnt tbe biMoty ef p\-  HUOn tTBWAUT, Atcat m1 ���������********t' **** *���������**'���������**��������� t<������u* *b������t d*x* ne to iio-  riof.who w..a diipatebed by Runis  io tbo foor IIM en a voyage of <U������  uy oecaialon. hi. friendly Inti-rni In  Canada, but by emoting from Chn������*t������  i������ etrlot fldhoronoo to tb������ rogMl.iioa  tor thu probation of I Ik- fur mal, la  in view ot itg iniblliij of tho United Bute, to make tho Mm* OoctHne  ai agaiu.t Japan, It ttunot in atty ae  tttte be ettut rn*d ������������������ *ymp������tbeUc to  our loteretti.  'fi'  ETivmi.1 ll* la l hi* ao wheu ii U ap������  l-itent that whllo th* tinted Itateo  ��������������� pitrolliug ov*r 8,0������,0M ^juare-  Btlloiof tbf. Konh riclfle Owao aa  agalmal IM O-niitlan .flil^r, pit a%  I will ������hiw lb*/ sr������ emUkmlf frivrrr-  tmta te ptetent etan tea VrlbyMt lo.  lam an their terfltorUl wit*M tXvtm Ttt?   T5TBWS.  CUMB^RLAm  P'li nSli   COXJL'HBIA.  %  THE CUMBERLAND-N^WS.  ���������   I������aued Every   Tnortlay,  : 3.   A.   BATES,  Editor     and      PropM-stor.  - SufetMrfbera not receiving their paper reguicrly should noH-jfy this of.  -'Woe ao tttat cause of delay can be a-  .oortained. You will be doing us a  la Vor.  TCB8DAT, MARCH 31   1998.  Elfttwhero will b) found a aynop  tia Oi the speech of William Sloan, M  1', on pelagio sealing in the North Pa  clti* Ocaan. Space forbids our giving  the &p<*x:ab iu full, but should any  ot quj- readers so desire'to road it all  no doubc on application lo Mr. Sloan  k outuplvte. copy would b* sent.  Miyor Willard haa wlfieiy, Wo think  decided to algu all cheques for iu-  tidentnis inponncction with the school  jBoard. At least thc editor of thiapa-  pav rcoeivved a cheque for some advts  rtisiug and job work.a few days ago.  It is to be bopzd thit matters will be  Agwablo between tbe two bodies here  after, -Harmony prevailing will make  bo\h bodies have the confidence of tbe  jiAepayers, whicty should be something fprvpubl������i} bodies to consider.  * Th������ stead taken by this paper was  done after feature consideration of  ,the tnat tor, and not because it was  f tlip oj.ayor vs tha school board. It  waa' thought that tbe stand taken  was "feorrect and our duty to press  -~ihe-paperislJulluMSS^J_lMLdir������ct  ,imi\. This paper would be only to  glad to uphold the*mayor to-morrow  it any matter should arise in which  ie-was deem������J that ib* mayor was lu  t>? jrighr> ,  jfc sohooljna^ter, wishing to impress  Upon bis ciuss the great population  of China, mid, "The population of  China is ao great that two Chinamen  die ovory time you tako a breath."  ���������thik information made a dei<p impre  Mlon upon his'young pupils, particularly one small boy at tho foot of tho  plnse*. His face was flushed, u/id bo  jy'os put'fiug furiously, ' What is  tbo matter?" inquired the schoolmast  pr wiih grot alarm. "What on earth  ������ro 'yon doing Toramyr "Killing  Ghluumou, air," was the auswur.  #o one should come to Prince Itup-  f)ti until Iota in thi; townsite are offered tor a.il", saya the Empire, utiles  ht Is a rustler, that la, a man utile  and willing to taoklo any kind ot a  lob from cutting saw-logo to packing  water to it short-order restaurant.  Thoro art) uo vaount jobs walling  tor dorks, sohool t<*aohor������, bookkeep  tr*,, or othor Idle llfo John, The  mini who eonws herr* now determined  to work at anything will micfoed.jiiHt  oe bo will .uoopud anywhere *i\ tho  1'aclflo Const; but Iho man who  cornea nxp-ioliug to find u Hoft job  patting lor. hlm will b������ iUw\ppuluU*d  just aa ho would bi* wore he to uo  to auy town or oity on thu Pncl/lo  Const. Cod lakes care of those who  tuko paro of ihumaelvt'S, and men  pot able to take cure ot tliumuelvos  hhould never quit ix job when (hey  Jmve one, nud ilvy hliould not come  to i'rlu^ tiuyyu.  mm .mra  "m  Livery  *    * W m    _  Teaming  I am |.������r*������p*!red   to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Timing at  reasonable rates,  JOHN BRVTir.N  4,*P>WRIAND  Motel  SA/fcd^iEiX-   C      XX������l."VI2S,     ���������Fsiorsie'S1.  English 4 z BURTON alwaya on Up albo, the famous MILWAUKEE  BKKI-VS-Auhenser, Bohemian, HehliU, Ae. "OLD GREY BKARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Beat Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The B������M*diag aud Lodging Department, undei the imn-ediata superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be tumid Firnt claa* in every roapeut.  BATES,  tl oo per day upwards.  At the Right Price furniture Store.  mtmmmwmmmm^emmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmm  Try Us tor  Linoleum's, Wall Paper, Rfatting, Blankets, Blinds,  Comforters,-'Curtains, Bedroom Suites, Morris Chairs  Extennion Tables aiul all kinds of Furniture.  Ten per cent Discount for Cash for balance of month,  J. H. "COLLINS," Cmnberland.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  NlUf  "*^y  R  Drink  U   B. C. Bohemian  Tiie UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo BC.  VIc^To^^XA.--cc^<ro3C     RcnyrE  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. ��������������� for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton Kuper  and Thetis islands whenf fre.ght 01  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 u. tn.  for Union Uay Comox and way pons  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., to*.  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaitno   Friday,  7 a. m., ("or  Union B.iy Ccinox audj way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  ' Nanaimo and way ports. '  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, t p.m., for  .^Victoria.  VANCOTTVER - NANAIMO - LADY*  SMITH   ROUTE.  8.8.     ������������������.JOAN."  Sails irom   Vancouver for  Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.        ���������  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouve*  daily, excep. Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  October   1st, 1907  NORTH 1-K) WT) ^dTutd ~Do^n  When In Courtenay Stay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueutB.  The Contial Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the -Best of Wines and Liquors  *l the Uar.  RATES REASONABLE  euu.-j~nj.��������� - ,.i*,m  John" Johnston,    Pro.  ^^Freg^Fruit^  Oti Wednesday, nud Thnrsda;  of each week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Hunden.  ������jgsi?5?!������a������ss*%ysi^^  QRKAD, Cakes tnd'PlM deliver  ed dnily to any part of City.  FULL STUCK _   (^(t,*^^  JTOTIOE.  Ilhling on locomotives and  rati  wny curts of  the   Union  Oolliury  Oouipauy l������y any porHon  nr por*  40HH--jxcept cuiii cicw--it, fttrlctly  -.irohUiiled.    Employees  ua ������ub-  *kc 11 dUiiiUiiKl for hIIov jg Hami*  Uy ordor  Kbancis D. Littju  Manager.  JOHN McLEODS  KOU F1HHT-0LASA  CANDY, FttUlTH,  C1U.VHH *k  TUUAt;U)s.  CONTRACTOR,  CUMBERLAND,   B. ,C.  will take Contracts to clear land  cut wocd, dig ditchrs, or any  "urge Contract,  Prices "Reasonable, and  8atiafuctiou Guaranteed,  Dominion  Hotel  xtw^opit.. a, c.  Tlio 'I'fttvs mm J.o'.vor thnn other  J'irst-olrtSrt liutol*1,   with   Aeeoiiio.  .lutioii Superior to iimriy.  Kooiii* with or without b������th.  Amentum i'lnn   ^1.50   to $2.50.  per day.  European  Plan,   Rooms only,  ,50 to ������1.51), pur day.  Free Bus.  STBPHBfl tWFlHS  'm^^r^^r^TtPmi^&lr^m^uP^m^w ^wti ^*^C ^t^tan^^m   m^F^Sm  '��������� "8TAR': *  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOI  POR   HOYfl  .no Laurels,  Stable;;  T ��������� ���������  *���������������������������'��������� "  r Hayman & Maxwell. '>>  T. *  Proprlotors.  "������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������NanaiiawaHK  TKAMSTERS and DRAYMKN1  SINGLE and' DOUBLE KK..V  For HIRE. ALL ORDERS!  i'KOMI'TLV  ATTENDED  TO|  13rd St. CuralieplaLd 1  Passungrer Trains  D������i)y  Stations. No. I  ���������/ictorb, ~  .Sh&������'iiigan,  <>bWellill,  Owiclmn,  KuUcilah,  L)ui.ca������'s,  ���������lumfciiod,  sVenMiolme,  Ohemaiiiuit,  Lailyitmitl).  Suutii VVtlliagton,  .-i.lllljilJK),  WiilltUgtoB,  XJ������mn������'!-et *���������* nt a f*1** p'nntd ���������-(  the nor! h-,. ast.ropier of Jimber L- aae  IJe'.-47 on tli ba'tl'ot' Ca-nvh *ll River,  thqi^o o :lue sou h 77.16 chains more or  1-agno tViis aouithTeast corner of said  ���������Ttnjtb-tir Lease JJo, Osnd.Qiiuisam Riv  i*r Indiin Heservo, thenee due west 80  ohains, thence due north. 60 ohaius,  tlu>nce due east'SOchh'um to plaoe  at   comm^nocmont.  DatoU tMa8rd day dt F.*bruary.l908  J.   WEBBBU.  E.   P,rl������vst. Agent.  NOTICE ia ntrebly, given th������l thirty  days after date I intend to apply to  iVv Honomble ,OUl-i Couiaiission'er, of  Lamtis and ^Vorks tor ��������� a Liconsn to  piogpert for eoai and pftrol<*um undor  thn following dt.-ecribed lands situate  to Sny ward Di*t lot. Britlah Co'u nab'a;  CommenciiiR et av post plr-.ntod on  tbe bank ot Campbell. River aWbiri ������  rhai.nseaet frojnn't ho mouth of tlie  Qulnsam' River, thence duo north 90  chains., tbeaiot������ |iuo wc������t 80 chains,  thoxieo due south80 ch������.Ui������. thenoo.due  past BO ohaiue to plaee of Commence  ment.  Dated vtbU 3rd day of February.1908  OLIVIA    PRIEST.  E.   Prieet. Agfont.  NOTrCE ist W������r������by Riven that thirty  days 'after datelinteud toapp'y to  tln> Honorable Cbi f CunmissioiiDr of  Ltlisds ai:������l Worl-sfor tt' Liet-nse to  prospect for coal and p,rtrol"um uuder  the following desoribed lauds situate  in Sayward Dist��������� let, British Columbia ,*  Commenclni; et a post pa'Ut>xl at  the north-east-corner Of Timber Lease  No,48,th������4nc������ duo north. 64 chain**,  thancedue west' 80'chains, th'.nee due  south 54 eha/ins, tb meodue t'd^t 60  chains to place of oolramcjiccinfait.  Dated thteSrd day of ,P,bruary,1908  W.    fl.   MOORE,  E.   Pr.eetvAgrnt.  NOTICE ii hfreby cjiven that; thirty  days! after date I intend (to apply to  tin, UunoiiibleChinf Ceinm'iBsiwfcr   of  Lfytiids aiid   Wqr'������:s for   a   Lionise to  I,prospect for ooal and petroleum under  thefollWiBe drt-Qribed lands si'.uate  in Sayward Dist- iot, British Co'umbia;  Commencing at ja $(ost p'ant.id at  iht������ jiorth������iast corner of Tim bur L.nse  No. 48,   tbenci} due -w*st  80 chains,  th������ncc due south 74 ohains, thence duo  east 80 chains,  tbenee  due   north  pf4<ohaius to pfaoe of commencement.  Dated >this 3rd day of P-.?b'ruary,1908  ,        EZRX   COOK,  E.   PrUvst. Agent.  SOUTH BOUND-Head Up  Vits.oTta,  it.t.tils,  .Ss-nwiiiyaii,  ii  (Jobble Hill,  ���������'.iWlullRU,  Ko';.il������h,  l>uno������nV,  **i'i������i������ioi������,  W'|.������tllohllfl,  t'liviiiniiiuv,  L.>lyiimiih,  ii  South Wolliugton,  Nanaimo,  ���������Vtl.iugtoa,  Ai  1 *.������>,������  12 02  io r.i  10. IS  11.'; 40  10,15  10.011  10 <IU  ���������   0,47  8..S7  ,-      D.1,'5  Dc, il.1,0-  Ar. 8.60'  8.V8  8,1.1  Du, 9,00  N.i. <\  18 SG  II* 61  17 ar.  37.ro  J7 <ili  n.os  17 03  10.68  ihe Hononbl^ Chief Commi3*-ion|r of  JL,ai������ds aifd Wor!cs for a License to  prospect for ooal and petroleum under  the fo.-eihore ani uiwia* th.* wat rou  the lands in ani opposite Newcastle  Distnot and desoribed as follows.  Commencing at  a post pliuted on  the sea beioh at the north-west oorner of  Soot ion fl A, Newcastle   Distriot, thonoe   due  norih    40    ohains,  theuoe due east 80 chains, th<*noc duo  south 30 chains more or  less     to  high water mirk on sea at% beach,  thuUoe westerly along said a<ra beach  to plicoc of coinineueeroont,.  Dated this 30th diy of Jauuny,  1908.  M/ WILKINSON.  E.   Pritat. Agent. j<  NdTIOEis  her'-by���������0[<ron-that��������� thirty  days after date,.! intend to apply to  t lit.HoHiorn'ble Ch������ef Commissioner of  Lands and Work4 for n hioitint*. to  prospect for coal and prtroleum tinder  the foreslioro and under the witer on  the lands' in and opposit* N-w; il  fjiftrie; an<' deicribid as follow i.  Commenoing at a pout pimted on  the sea be ioh at the uorth-w.-st corner of Section 8A, NewcaStlije District, ibeucv*. du.������ north 80 chains,  thonee du* west 80 chaius mar^ on-  less to lu,;h watiir mark on s,m  beaoh, thenoo sou 'hf easterly along  said sea beaoh to place of, common-,  oeujsnt.  Dated this 30th d,y ot January,  1908.  ' E. M. YAR ,V05D,  *     .. ' B.   Priest, Agent.   ,  NOTIOK is 'bterrhy piven that thirty  days after date I intend to app!y to  llii .HciuorabluChi^f Commissioner *oft  Lslnds and Worltate/ a Lice-use* to  prospect for coal iind petroleum under  the fo:osl-x>ro and under th-.* w^teron  the lauds in and opposite Now^a'-'U)  iji -t; id aiit dua.ri el as follows.  '  Commenoing at a poat pliuted on  the sea bet oh at th.r south-vast oor  ner of Section 2, Nelson District,  theuoe du J east 80 chti us,, th.nco  thenoe due oa^t SO chuwu, th -nee  due north 80 ohavns, thuiee -due  west 80 chains, th������noe duM soutli  22 ohaius more or ]>-<ss to llgli wi'  ter mark oa ������w beacii  southerly aking sail soli  place   of    ccanaii-n-coine.nlt-..  Dated this  *M)th d.y of  1903.  C.   VAN   HOUTEN,  B. ��������� l'm*nt,'Ae*ni.  -~NOTICP-iaJi^by,gixeiLihaii]>lrtj_,  days t after date I intend toapplylo^l  tho Honorable Chief Commissioner "tof  Lands and Wolka ffcr ,i Lkcfise to  prospect for coal and petroleum under  the following deftoribed lauds Fl.uato  inSnywurd Dist let, British Co'umbia;  Commencing at a post planted on  thu bank of tho Quiusam Hivoci'ut the  60th parall.l of- Latblude near the  south-vast- corinr pf Timber Loane,  No, 48, tl.euoc" duo north 83 cbabi.'i,  th'*������no������duo'wo-<'. 80 ������hnl,ia,ali-,n:w duu  south 80 chaius, th nee due east 80  chains to piuce ot commen'.euun .   ;  Uated tii.s8i'(t<Si������yot P'*brii*.ty.;00<S  MARIA   J ANI!   PUIES'R,  li,   pru^.t Ag. n ,  Do,  De  l,r>. lb  1600  Thcusnnd Mir -md Commutation Tic.  Icets nn tale, rock) ovei rail unit ite*u,ei  lines, at fivo and onWialf rents per rnile.  S'pccul trains and steitmors for Excur-  lions, anil tediice^ rites for purties may  be ,irnui|;ci! foi on upplicatinn to the  Dist, Puss. Agent .it Victoria,  Tin Coinpanv reservci tha riifht to  chant'e withmit previous notice,steamers  otiilinn tlntes unci hours ni sailing.  Excnminn Tickflis on Sale Innn and to  all .SiiitiMis, grand /or fjoinx journey S.u-  urd.ty and Sunday, returning nut laiei  hnn Monday,  i, W. ���������tVLQUV, Oin, Hnv, H,6, Ontat Sar,  O. L, COURTNEY, Disk Fri. * la*, Ag,  dltu Itcnorra Lino > 90 olmlui mor#  li������������ to jiltiai* of ���������ommtstfotnent,  NOTICE is hereby ifiven that tlt'irty-  days   after dite I intond   lor,pp.y to  tii   liunor^bl' Chi.f Cw .'.liaiuiKU-   oi  Lands   iwU.WorU for a LIc.yjmq to  prospect for coal ,'iid pttol uirniiiilev  the fotltowin'r d-criled In ds s| itMe  InSnywurdDItt I't. Erlt'sHCo uii.b a;  C<*mm net ������u it a \\on pa-il't-'l  "I  iu ui- Rb������ut ono n IV west (on lAv 50th ptr-  ]<J45' *���������������������������''��������� *������������������-  Lrt'lu.Li) from thc Uulimm  jy'g*.  Rivvr, t.hfn o dn-.   xv,nx   nloivr  enttl  U,2. ��������� ���������50*'1 Pftrnlli'l of   LilHtu'ii HO  th 'iiui>  im  ifi'tg1 td the'wotitorn  boitui'my   of .Timber'  Ar' 15 46 ! LearwNo, 43.   tJvcnee  i.iii������ north alonn  IB 27 8(1^ west, rn toimdaiy of Timber Lease  No. 48,  8-  a.ialns , Iwnoi    uj   an 80  ohains, ttvit������u due  sioiitli 80 chains  to plsoi* of ecxniiaiutmeiii,  il*ied thii Srd day nt t bruary.iOOti  LOUISA  coo:<.  V,,   Prk*t, Atfou'.  NOTIOE In hnrsby gUen tht't thirty  (JfcrysaUer dntellnteuH to apply to  tliv Honorable Ohlof CotnHiisslon'er of  Lunds and ,Wor������a for a 'License to  prospuct tor eoai and prtvoUum under  tho (ollowliig dHSoritiod lands M'.uate  lu Sayward DUt' Ut, British Oolumb o;  Commnncliig at' a past piantwl at  tlio HOiith-o'sst corner uf Louine Cook's  applloutiun for prospecting ttcnnsu on  Timber Lenso No. 4*, thwnoo duu uorth  74 ,c|iaiui,Oth������noe duo w������������t 60 chains,  thenoo due aonth 74 eh^ns, thenoo duo  ���������ant 60 chains to p'.aoo ot com*  tntntirtmeiit.  Uatwd this 3rd dny of Vahrujxy,1008  TUOM.AH   UAKDY,  E,   Prkist Agrut,  or  m*mr*mrnm������*\o*t.i ��������� l������������ <i**m*mim  Victoria B. C  WANTKU-lAhout ten larnn <etur<  -nl hud, with or wllhjut houjo.lt  mum V* sit listed so as ro trout  the  Belcher Street'*,",   *"���������" ���������>,,M' u ", ���������''���������r-'rvy  jw������t������r,    lut* pries. Will pay a good  | nrlf" for,''*khr proi������*rty.  Vatron and VUltnf,  Til   LOill) HWIIOP OP COLUMBIA.  V*rm.i'iadiert'at given thnt thirty  ��������� ��������� "    Ur   ���������   days attar daUIinttnt to apply to  tin iluii. Chlii i.oiuin(Mi������n#r   of  Lands and /Works for a tl������eme t*  Ft**.i \t o i '.r proamH for coal nnd petroleum uuder  iw i .imu  wi,     u   l     avB.,1r>n    the following deierlhed lands tltuate  I w. lainu. MXi.,  M, A��������� UAl������uuu., i���������gtjrw,rd ui������til������t, British Oo'umMai  AMi������ttdi*ythr'*Orsila������ttt������ft,wIt.eog.j    Gemmmchig ������t a poat plMted at  i/ml Uin*ir������iti*������nf Great Mil.������lo aad (.'au- i\le MUthwest ooratr of Campbell  ���������l������. - ' lUvaif Indiar������ .Booftrv*    tltetxfm Aea  ������������������������-_ aouth Hjohalnt and 41 'lnk������ toore or  Vo.t������r������u Uruis lur bi������rJirs, ��������� }mm *n lira noii<h-������it tiorntr et Lot W  Vreptm eon.'st������ af 11������. ������cv������* with spaei- ���������**���������������������������" **���������]9*** lf������fc������l������.������*������������ *������������������  ami'tteettnoUbett*,  i.Uas.v*  i.w.kTTu.  ���������J*'1*." ���������*���������"������������������ i^'8* ^*9*tii W  **^������>������ ������������������ ���������������-#���������-������- ������jr^������-������\asa  " " ..  ���������orthW������h^������iwioOftmpbcnlVW������rlndi-  AN'LY TOUEAUMAlrtl*. U#lt|Nn*. I bonce west ������loo������tMMl In.  ���������������!������.  m to piaw oi ���������omtnmw'fljenv/       . . KOTMB In hcruby given that thirty  DttMthlsSrddnyot^brMarrlWS dm  after ditto I Int-jtid .toutpply io  B, PRIEST. 'thu Honorable Chief CouiinlsnlouMr   of  "������������.������,������������ ."u"- l -- i      .^ i... l' htinda   nnd Works for u Lionise to  NOTICE l������ hnrehy given thnt thirty proipeet formUnd jn-troleum undor  d������y������ aftor ditto I ntond to npply to tll0 foro<Uor������ and uud-ir Ui������ witorou  nmr^ntLaZml.'J I.������LiS?h2hK *Ptatrhl  *Wl  "*l*r****> ** M<*"*>  prospset for ooal and petroleum undor *^ Oommsnolnir at a nost nlmitad on  ttm.2?������il >cl,,?/t * **"} 1?!"2,t,? **  tbviiau dtioonit 60 uh^ini, ihaiio, due  NO. 49, theuod du������ wost 40 chains*   ���������  -  thonos due north 30 ohains, tbonon duo  ���������ast 40 ehatitt, tbctioo   du*  sou tli SO  ���������halns to pint* ol oommonoometot.  Div ltd th'" ?H '<Vi������'*f'ffl.Wta������t,*r..1M������  ROY   PRIESP,  ^,..m _..���������_.    ti.   tJrieat.A������<ul.  " KOfPFOB ki herthy elvon that thirty  days after date I Intend to apply to  ���������the TlonornbleChief Commlsslouer of  Lauds tnd Works for a Llooiiss. to  ���������j.rnnport fnr rasl and potrolfun>undor       80  ohnliva more or less to higli w������ter  murk on no boiob tltonoo nor.burly  along said sen beaoh to i/Ueo ot eu  mnxiioerotnt.  l^Mod this filth if������y mt .Tmmarv,  lit*'  mOUS  AUUlilil:,  Z,   Vrititt. Agent.  i ha ne*  te.*th io  Janu  '���������*.������. 7.  ,u_NOTICEJs_ Jjor^by_BJijwnj hiU,hijty_  days after dato I intend toYpply^'to  the .Honorable Chief Coiiiuiissioj.'far of  Lauds iu:������i W arKs for a Lioiwlise to  prospect for coal nnd petroleum uwder  the foreshore' au-l uiide:- th.' w-tcron  the lands in and opposite N.'woisth-  [District and desoribui as follows  Oommt'iioing at   a p'jst pi��������� tiled on  the.   a>fi   brtxch   tt   the   n'Tth-w-'sl  thenoe due   east   80 chains,   th-nee  earner   af   soatti'i   2,   Niihon   D U-  itue south  il  chaini    inioie t,r I<-ss  to   high   w/tca-   mir<  on   siahoa.'b  theuce   north-wet>t aloug   ������atd   sua  beach   lo   pi to;, o:'  co.nuun .nn ..  . JMJt'd this  KUth ri y oC  Jvnu>;y,  WM.   BEVERIDGB,  B.   Pri.wt Aii.n .  NOTrCli: (������  h*er *"��������� ir!v������n tin' tMrlr  nv     ���������* "ti-r d *.' ������������������ T In'*" d  t������  Mlp1  to  the Ho'norsbl"Chief C'������mmlf*io-������r  'i.uu'.s   nnd Wor'-'s for  n file-W  rin* fo*-"<i! ore an ' nu I" * (''��������� w ' ������������������ ��������� ���������  ('te liiMii<i     tr nn!  d'ppvi'ti     N l������'..*i  Distrlo'  an' de������c"'b*l n������  '<d *������������������������������������<.  Oommpprl p nl s pnt plMi'rd r,  th������ ettt heio't it t'1* iiii''i ni*'  -eornor ot 'ot > NV!.<in*i T>" ������������������ ���������������; ���������:  tliM'oj (p.! RO eb"ii'.",. flvnc.* 'n-  aouHi B0 ri|i,i'i|i t>i I"?i <'"n v,*.t  37 cluitis mon or Is; t>v hlvTh xt ������������������  ter nji'r'i on "oibvU^i 'h-nc' n"*" h  ly i>lo<\������ sail aea boieh to plaoe of  eowm'.nee ment. "    "    *     I  Dated this  Sl������t  diy ot  January  .   >*      . .    e   ' ���������������rn,V,"Yr  3 rot,  E.   Priest, Agonf.  NOTIORbi 1fVir������hr *lv*n th������.< <Mr(y  days aftor date I Intond tovipp'y to  thwlIolnorablHOhlv'f Oumniissiou*r of  Lauds -awl Worlvs for a LItwise to  prospect for eoai 'Ud prtroUum under  the foroslioro and under tlm w������taro������  the lands in mvl o)ipo������;ti. N*w,'*Ml'  tbo lands In and opposite Nflion  fllstriel an'l den������rib;d iv������ fol'-ow**.  tlw sea houob at the nortli-'esat  eorner of Uot 8, N'lion Dlstr'et  thenoe duo e*st 80 ehaliu,tb������noo duo  south 80 ohnini. theuice duo w#st?  55 chains rain or lias to high water mark on soa soi beaoh, tlwuoo  northerly nlong said - him baud to  plsoe  of   eainmenni'mont,,  I>,<t������kt this    81it d<y cd January,  tOOB.  A,  B. UILBR11T,  K.   PrKist, Ageuf,  *������������" ********** ������-*,*m**m*mmm  NOTIORU hereby givon tbat thirty  days after datollutsiid to apply to  7.ru������,,nriT.irr������a,nnn peiroi*un>unaor thn UouorobU Oblef OomwlMlorter of  tho following d������w������rib������d*UHds iimsto ���������*���������*-*������*���������* and, t,\'-is,l.s it$ & llecvtn 'to  tn Buy ward DUtrlpt, Brltltb OolumbU j pwspert for ooal and tn-trolvum undor  Oowtdonotng at a j������������t ptautid *A tha foroahora and und������r tho ^itoron  ths eorner of Fot 88 on the aoath bound tho landa In and opposlt* Nuweastk  ary ot said Ut 86, Ab������neod-u������iouth Oiittlot and das������rlbsd as follows,  a* ohalna, thanoo duo wost 80 ohalna,     Oommtuolug at a poot p.amed  naroorieaa to tha aoulh-������asooor������> on tlio aoa boaob Mir tlw essiarn  ���������roftjulnsam  Hirer  Indian Roaorro boundary  of Hoetion  8, fkw.atf.lt  Lot 71,  ihensedue north 84 ohaino, DUtriot, th������u������ due east 80 eha|-is,  tlMbaadue aaot 80������h������lna, toplaosol tbenoo duo nortli Ud ohalna ,then������������  ���������juwiuv-'nctuiuut. due west     R0  ohalna, thenee     due  Dst*(J this 5rd diy of Februsry.lWS south 80 ehalns   more or    laaa    to  /AMBB   PBNDBIl,      , high wator mtrk on aoa boaeb, -heute  %,   PrUst, Agaot,    itasteriy ahng asU    aoi baaah    to  ' v.JL.1^1 ,!!���������������''"u ���������^������������������'���������^"���������-���������-rr-- plaoo of oommoneomotit.  NWMlellMotorifoathMtblrly     D.t.,1 imi* Wtb d.y or January,  days  after datellotaud toa^pty to  ������������������ * "  NOTIOE ia I<iir<'by glyon that thirty  days .after dale I Intend to apply to  the Honorable Obilsf Commissioner of  Landa aud Worka for aLioofiso to  prosueet for eoai 'nd petroleum uudhr  the foreshore and undor the w<t������ron  tho lands Int and opposite Nelaon  DUtrlet and de������or<b������u nt follow*.  Commenoing at a poat planted on  tbe  aoa   boaob  at  tlio   north-oa������<  oornar of  Lot IS, Nnalon   DUtrlet,  thouoo dua  east  80 ehalu-sUi.utfe  dux aauth  61 t bains, tJnnico     nuo  it mi   ua   iHiiii)   ia.i<i.   l>i    !*.^a   to   L'.  gh w������t#r m������rk on aea heath,tbenoe  northerly along aaid sea boaob to  plaee of eommeuoement,  mtod this Slat diy of Jaaoarjr,  1001,  B. PIUB8T,  the Honorable Oklef Commlsaionwr  of  O.  RRiriL,  E.  L'Kiat.Agvnt.  LorvtaaiMi Wotk������for a  L^t;������i������������'jfo-,  proapoot for oo������������ and pttroitunt undor j ���������������,.��������� ���������. ���������  ffL^XW^K WWW It 'me\^\*A*m*hAi thirty  in Sayward Distiiot.BrUiah Columbia i daja  a(Mr date I Inland, to sppiy to  NUtlOh is horetty gtreu thai thirty  daya aftor date ttntond to apply to  tbe Honorable Chkef Oonmiaalouor of  Lauda and Worka ter uLledhso to  prosueet for ooal and oetrolaum undor  tho foraalioro aud under thn wteron  tbt land* In and oppoaita' Nelaon  Diatriot and daaeritud aa follows,  Utnnmettoiiig at a tiost planted on  the aoa boaob nt tbo nortb**aat  ���������������rn������r of *f������������t IS, N*l������an Itisirlet,  tbenoo duo oast ti ebaina, tb<������o������duo  north! tl ohalna, tnvnoa duo wait  80 ohalna mors or l*ss to high wot*  er mark on aea b#sehthono������ oouthef  ly along Oifel a������t tsoeh to phot af  cootflMnot-ntontt  Dated thU   flat d^y of Janasry,  i**������  j, w.nm,  fi,   l>fn������������t. Ajfelll,  Mil ^r
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
In the Bondage
qf Meadville.
By RITA KCLLEY.
Copyright, WW. by C. H. Sutcllffe.
"It's uo use talking to me." Ellen exclaimed.   "My mind is fully -made up."
The man rose and, walking, over to
whoro tbe girl sat, stood looking down
at her Intently. She shifted uncomfortably under bis g-tze und, finally
slipped from her chair tand tied Igno-
mluloualy to the window, where, sbe
'felt sure, he was too proud to follow
her.
"Ob, I know you nre shockedr she
cried. "It's plainly n girl's'mission in
I?!* to njairy tlie first mau who thinks
he wants her and nettle down to dish-
v, nulling and wlpiu'^ the children's
liases." She shiroml In disgust. Ignoring the took of pain that crossed
his fnce<- "That Is*whnt all the girls
lu town have t!ou<��."' she continued.
"And becnaso'I tun (Hilled by the very
wholesale monotony of it you think
tno nu anomaly, nu unwomanly girl, a
reprobate.   Bah!"
Tlie defiant little rebel URiilnst the
conventions of Meudvitli*- struck terror
to tho heart of Elton Mnxw<>ll. Intelr
hair awkwardly. "Bead yonr letter.
Mebbe they don't want you to come so
soon.   I must go wash for supper."
It was true���they didn't want ber to
come ao 80ou,.: In fact, they didn't
want her to come at all. The director
unkindly said satirical things about
ber cows���u study from natnre-ancl ,
suggested housework as a surer means i
bf gaining renown. |
It was a horrible shock. She did. not
cry; she was too stunned and humiliate I
ed for that; sbe bad only enough reason left to wonder doubly how sho
could tell her parents that their sweet
confidence hod been misplaced���that
their child always was and always
would be a nobody.
Tbe stuffy little parlor, the hatefat
daubs, had grown Intolerahlo. Pulling
a shawl from Its hook In the narrow
hall, sbe fled from the house and up
the narrow street redolent of beefsteak, coffee and ��� h��t cakes���Mead-
vllle's favorite supper. Every one left
the blinds np in Meadville, and there
was it panorama of warm Interiors,
romping children, contented husbands
nnd active, happy wires. Ellen, hurry-
tug along la the chill.gloom, felt.like a
pariah nnd passed quickly ont of the
din of dishwashing on to the country
road.
She jvns brought at last to a realization of her whereabouts by a startled
cry aud Jumped buck barely In time
to escape a horse's hoofs that just
grazed her sleeve ns tho horse waa
liutlcd bnck on Its haunches. The starlight was sufficient to Indicate her
���Moue call. She uttered a belated but \
frightened* shriek. j
"By George!" exclaimed the man '
���omewkero back of the horse. "What ,
ire you doing out hero? Aro yoa i
Irunkt I
"���Say, are you hurt?" he contlnuedJn
���ilarm, as there wns no reply. Wn
sprang to the ground, groped hia way
forward and plucked at her sleeve.
"Bllenr*
She began to sob.   She cooldnft help :
it.   There had been too many shocks
:i MendrtUe that dny. j
It did not take Elton long to get her ;
nto tive runabout and start up tlio
���irstwhlte spumed Fanny G. Ellen
'ontlnued to be bo distressed that Elton, Ignoring tbe fact that she had
ust refused hlm, slipped his arm i
iromid her and was not repulsed.   Un- '
SHU  TOLD   HIM
Till!   WHOLE   JIlfiKBABLB
HTOIiV.
chosen president of tbe MwdvUli? Sarins.** imu!; nml oxnur of tb�� fastest
trottur on tbe Mendvllle* county *. fair
awe travk. lie Jnokwi nt her holpJods.
Jy'iiml clt'Mivd lite throat.
"Hut wu could k(".'p si hlre-d girl, El
.l(��n," hu snld, ami, brlgJKt'iiliig,
could drive F*'iinny (J. whi-rovor yon
lll-.i'jl. You wouldn't ho tied down.
\'.o'd rim uii to Clilcnifo often to tlie
tixtuivr.. Vou would lm ve u nmuh
mnrHtt. tliv.e thun miy of the glrta," ba
���flut'bmJ proudly.
i:ilcu l:i)kcd nt hlm u moment pity*
lugly. How. iipptircut worn tlie lltutth-
tloiis of Ills mind.' Then she ll red a
death doallng bomb Iuto tbe euoni/a
cauip,
"I'm going to tittidy\nrttn abo sold
trlumphnn'tly.
"Elim, nol" The horror tn Ws yolco
wm *gentilne,
Yeara ago another rebellious moldea
of Mondylllo had oxprosaod tbo samo
rerolro, ond tt was like "Jane, Jnna,
ahe never wis tho fmmo," There woro
dark hints of onueomly ueharior, and
tbe girl novor boenmo nn nrtlat nnd
Dover returned home, To young Ma*
roll's mind bla sweethenrt waa as
good as lost'nit'eudy, thonfch ho broaqb-
���d tho possibility of marrying hlm and
thon sooking the higher tilnno which
the dullness of Meadville uouinod to
fonder Imperative, but sbo quickly
matched tlm bonrt out of him.
"Na," she said) "I aboil bo wedded
to my urt Instead, It Isn't thnt I wont
to do tt exactly," she addml, In ft quick
pity. "Moybo somo timo I'll And tlmt
Jrou aro tlio host, ISIton, but not now.'
jl must try, I'm ao deathly alck of
matrimony by tbo Job lotl"
Tho nmntourUli rtauba on tho four
alty* of tlm littlo parlor nppoorod
frightfully flat nud lurptwilalng aa alio
turned trout watchlu* Bltou walk
down tho atroot, tlio aptlup gono from
lilt atop, bis face paler than sbo bnd
���vor soon |t. But *Ho muit try! A yoor
ago alio Would havo given hor two oyoi
for the love alio bad ao lightly rafuaod
���today, but that wn* boforo oho hod
clltnbod tho bill of knowledge aud ro*
���tlMd tlmt hor only habitation thonco*
forth muat bo In the reolin of art, not
lotnlo old Moadvlllo. Sho waa pnokod,
ready to go the moment tbo director of
tbo hi* ml **h*vl aUourdaay lun xyord.
Ilpr fathajr sioppod glngoAy iuto Uio
boot room.
"A letter, Mien, Muat bo from thit
art aohool. Hnvo you got -four tbingi
fall wekod ready to tot t reckon ynn'H
oomo back ��bout tho blggoit plotor
pointer In tbo country. Won't acarcolf
know ao then, will your
tbo unwonted tondornoM Id hor te*
thor's ****** *���*** tbo ro��l mligirlgf ta
tbo last aoutanco, Ul dlagulaod by tb*
���tort Itogb, mado bor heart suddenly
contract liow good every ono woo to
liarl Wren ber rather and mothor wort
toady to aoerlfto painfully, ov��n to tho
point of placing bor oo ��� plant wbort
tbo would bo ashamed to roeognli*
thom ta htr htmfaio Moadvlllo paronta
tf tborobr tbt wooW bt raodorod
Uappy.
���bt dung to bor fathar !��� to waaa*
tMtanod, wholly domoostratlvo (oat*
In tbat tmbtmntd bin.
, *4mmm*% li-miar tat aald, jnottlhi lw
'ortunntely7^~tt~wc>mea~KlT"e^remo
dndness ond hick of curlostty about
ier plight served only to Increase her
'.Iscotnfiture until, us he helped her to
-light from the vehicle at her gate, she
night him close nbout tbe nock nad
���>ld him the whole .miserable story.
"How can I tell father'and mother"!-*
she cried.
"Leave that to me." he whispered
jubilantly, "and cheer up."
The old people jumped to tbelr feet
ns the door flow open, nud n look of In.
tense relief crossed Onrlr faces at tho
sight of litlcn nnd Klton.
��� "Oh, we didn't know whnt bad become of you tlio Iii9t night you were
"you., bora," snld her inotlur fl little reproachfully, but she snillod Indulgently
nt Mlton, and luvHinUed buck.
"And whom, should she be with?" ho
cried, "Hut I have good* news for you,
She tout going nwny, RUq'k promised
lo become a McfidvllleaHitron."
If El|on hnd hml t'oiirs, thoy wero
immediately dissipated by tho warmth
(if lier mother's embrace and thobiiiw
ojnculatlon-of her father os he grasped ICltnu's blind, It dawned upon her
At tho Instant tbnt thoy wero happier
to know she was to marry tho most
promising young man la Maadvlllo
thiin they would be if ahe oould surpass all the artists In history, and sud-
ileuly It appeared to hor that sbo was
the happiest of ntl nnd tlmt Mendvllle���
poor, cramped, despised Moadvlllo-
waa a garden of Kdon.
Marooned In
London.
By FRANK CLIFTON.
Copyright, 1906, by May McKeon.
"I'm sorry, mlsB," said the agent politely, "but there Is not even a berth
left"
"Perhaps I might get In the second
caliin," suggested Madge, witb a sudden accession of hope. The agent
smiled.
"There are more persons going back
second cabin than there are who Want
firsts," be explained. "You see, lots of
those who come over flrst cabin only
have enough for tbo second cabin on
tho way home. Some of tbem discount
their return ticket for the Uttlo extra
money they can get that way. -Ot
course somo one might decide hot tp go
at the last moment, but there are 137
Applications in ahead of yours, and
there would have to be 138 passengers
not going before I could fix you up on
that boat."
"But tbe next?" sbe persisted.
"Just as bad, if not worse. I am
afraid that I shall not be able to book
you before tbe end of next month."
With a sigh, Madge, turned away
from the counter. She bad lingered on
in Europe after tbe rest of ber original
party had returned. She had joined
the Worthlngtons after that, but now
they were starting for the Nile,trip,
and It was Important tlmt sbe should
got home. There,bad been no hope of
obtaining passage on the.French nnd
Hamburg liners, and she.bnd run over
to London supposing that there would
be a botter opportunity.
But everywhere the same story was
told. The rush of westbound tra (Be
was unexpectedly heavy and there
���would be ao chance for n stateroom
for weeks to come. Aunt Clara was
fretting at the delay, her father had
written ber that he was not well and
ho wished her to return nt onice. and
yet they would probably be forced to
remain in London for five or six weeks.
Mndgo always thought bettor wlien'
,��he_jwftlked,_so-she-dismissed-her-cab
and started to walk back to the Cecil.
The  busy   London   streets   quickened
A Plnanolal Genius,
���'Sonny,,, aald ��, company proraotor
to his youngpst, son tho other dny, "I'll
Klvo you 5 shillings If you dig tltat
Hatch of ground nil ready for your slater to start hor flower gardon."
"Right you oro, guv'nor," sold young
hopeful thoughtfully, "but-1 shall hove
to oak you for BO por cent of tbo con*
tract prico In ndvauco, aot ts nn evidence of good faith, but limply oa
worklntf capital."
"Working onpltnlt What do you
moan 1" an Id tho fathor.    ���
"Woll, you soo, I'll bury a atxponco
nombwboro and toll all tho boys tn tbo
neighborhood that I have found out
that an old tnloor burlod bla tronatiro
In our field. Whon they strike thnt
tnnner they'll go on digging llko Tro>
jnna, I can tell you. In that way !
reckon I con clear obout\W ptr cent
In fact, P-
"Woll, wbntr Innnirod tho pronO
parent
"In foot, I don't ao mucb know bnt
what I oan nlao arrange to find tbat
iliponco myaelf,"
And fathor wont tonra of-Joy aa ht
thought of what a rough tlmt financier.* would havo whon hit buy grow
up,���Ponraon'e,
*��m\ that nm bichist wm?" bk
'I' canoKtiBD.
ber thoughts, bnt thoso only sarvod to
show bow unp^asant wis hor situation, It tons a vory bluo fnco that
. orossod Tom Alnnnlng'ft lluo of vision.
[ "Miss Hown yd!" ho crlod, starting
forward. "Tbls Is Indeed a surprise, I
hnd supposed thnt you returned long
��� ago."
"Returned," she laughed dismally.
"Why, we aro-marooned here. Wo
caunot get a berth for love or money."
"If misery loves company yoa. have
"lots of It," ha laughed. "Let's go and.
have some lunch. That may cheer yoo
up a little. I'll telephone Mrs, Two-
mey."
Madge nodded gratefully. She had
always liked Tom Manning, and .they:
turned tbelr steps toward the Carle-
ton. Iho waited while be went off to
telephone her aunt.
��� Ho ordered a capital lunch, for he
had a rare sense of gastronomic proportions, and sho really enjoyed tho
dainty meal, though she caught herself
wondering how much more glad sho
wouid have been had It-been Frank
Roper whom she had encountered. Bo
was a business man, where Tom was
a mere society butterfly. Frank could
bare fotuyl some way of getting her
out of t!he trouble; Tom*was only a
momentary diversion.
Almost as though in answer to her
question Roper' entered the dining
room and came toward theni. His
alert bearing wns in marked, contrast
to Manning's rather boyish pose, and
yet somehow she did not feel so glad
to see him as she had been .to greet
Tom.
He took a seat at their table ln response to Manning's Invitation and lis-
,tened gravely to her recital of ber
troubles.
"I regret that I cannot be of assistance," he said when sbe hod concluded." "I made every endeavor yesterday
to arrange a similar matter for tbe
relatives of some business friends, and
the case is hopeless. Even the freighters are booked far oheud."
"Then yon ore marooned, too," sho
laughed gleefully.
"I never permit such a situation," he
said complacently. "My interests are
tno large to admit of a delay. My
room was booked before. I caint' ove��
I am going day after tomorrow."
"I guess we exiles shall,have to cbni
ter a steamer," laughed Manning. "I
yoa arc done, .Miss Howard, shall w
go?" !
She left the table, with-relief. Bome
how Roper's attitude of compiacen
satisfaction was positively hateful
She had always liked him before
_Down-in-her-hearl-of-hearts'She'ha<-
vacillated between tho two men evei
since her comteg out ball. Her prcfei
ence had been for Itoper until now, bn
at present Tom's mercurial tempera
ment stilted her mood better, and ��b<
was glad tbat sho had met him first.
"Since Frank  bus  refused the re
quest, may I take it up?" he asked ai
they parted at tbo hotel. ' 'i may bi
able to sandbng-'scme unwary tour
1st and take his s'-iturooin from hlm,"
"If you only could 1" k!io cried lm
pulslvely,    "Father U in poor health
and I am so anxioii'* to j.:et to him."
"Can you unll ut once'/" he asked.
"I'd l.'ko to go this minute," she-cried-
"Consider  It done,"  ho  Bitld,  with
motile .dramatics,    "j  will  work  tbt
Bahdbus pot'suus'.on this very dny,"
Mndgo wont upBtnlrs oddly comfort
ed liy.lha as/iurnji'co. tlmigh her sens*
'told hor that 'Manning could uot sue
cool", wbcro Itopor wltb his lufltionc*
had fa Hod.
It was wltb nilsgivitiK that shu opened the note ho sent ber that evening,
but n 'doligbtod cry osen;>od her whoa
a tfckot full out, Slier Ict It fluttor to
tho. floor when sbo rotul the lotlor. II
rant
Doqr Miss Howard-I am called out ol
town (ind am mailing those tn you. Ten
eau fix It up when I see you In I4*vt
York. Hope you will bave a pleasant
passage. With remrds to your aunt
and yourself,      THE BANDBAOOBH.
Roper called tlmt ovonlng to explain
thnt be hod beard of a berth that ihn
might obtain four wc-oks inter aud
next week.   We.shall be fellow passengers."
Madge could not arouse great enthusiasm over this fgct. A few >-eeks before she would have been glud. But
since the luncheon sbe had changed. It
waa unreasonable to expect bim to
give up,his stateroom, yet the complacent troy In which he hud dismissed
that possibility had irritated her.
tt was uot as pleasant a trip as Roper anticipated. Mndge wns plensaut.
but there wan no chance to got a chat
wtth her, and thoy were nenrlug home
be/ore tho opportunity came to put his
f oto t�� the teat.
Ha had regarded her acceptance es a
matter of course, and her prompt apd
emphatic negative put itiu out of sorts
with bimself. He did not come nenr
ber again yntll they lay off quarantlno
and the steerage passengers were being transferred to the Ellis islaud boat.
Tbe cabin passengers were hanging
over tbo roll watching tho odd chin-acton ae they ttoopod on board tbo little
steamer. Roper leaned on the rail be
side Madge. .
Suddenly ho grasped her arm uud
pointed to the gangway, "isn't that
tho richest joke?'' he chuckled. "There
"goes Manning. Uo probably got strapped and came over steerage because it
waa tbe best ho could afford. This is
rich."
ln a flash Madge aolved the sltuatiou.
"I nm afraid," she said, "that we ave
occupying Mr. "Manning's st*itei*oom.
Jbnt is prObnMy his reason for coming
third class. He knew how anxious I
was to get home, nnd that is the way
he solved the problem. Hud I known
1 should never havo consented."
Roper's mirth climbed to n sickly
smile. "I coug-rutuliitft-Mi-. Manning,"
he said as he turned nway.
Thnt evening Manning presented
himself at the Howards' In response to
MRdge's note. "I was going to. arrive
^officially In a couple of weeks from
now," be explained sheepishly. "I did
not want to see,you two left alone in
London, and I had to get bnek on a big
deal I was working. I'm sorry you
saw me, though."
"I'm not" she said decidedly. "1
used to think you were Just a society
butterfly, and Vm glad to know differently."  .    -
"Oh. I work." he said lightly. "Only
I don't bring my business to 5 o'clock
teas, and I rather like the te:is���tha_t'_s
-an:" '	
"Just���the teas?" asked Madge menu-
1 lngly.
"Do you mean'-'��� be stammered.
"Yes," said Madge. "Since you are
afraid to appear to take advantage of
your action J suppose I shall have to
force you to propose."
"It won't lake much forcing," he
laughed.   "Will yon?"
"Gladly," snld Madge.
$20 Hecuat'd.
will be paid to any person or persons
giving such information as will lecd
to the couviotion of tho person ot per
sons who shot and wounded my thre>>
year old colt on Thurssday afternoon
last, March Sth,   1008.
T. E. BATB.
Tho Hoartstof Birds,
Most pooplo will lw mrrprtoed to '���nm
that the i;c<u*U o��i>W* ��w far heavier.
proportionately than the bonrto of onl-
mnlt, Including mnn, but it littlo tgplt-
nntlou will allow thnt tbla la qulto natural, Tlio mow tht body woflw tbt
grotter tbo dttnaud upon tbe heart
upon which falla the ditty of driving
tbo blood tltwngh tho body; batten tho
bonrt dovoiopa and boeonrot boavlor.
Everybody knowa thnt birds aro
among tbe moat active ond hord working ot living ereflturoo. Tbt swallow
con overtake an oxproto train. Tbo
falcon will carry a load weighing threo
pounds In tbt air without hindrance te
Id power of filtfht or Iti speod. In
��h��rt, thoy h*ro ��tromendotm enpacfty
for work, tod tbelr bttrtt trt oorrt*
apoodlngly dovolopod.   ^
A Profitable Inheritance.
Tho boatman, stvilidly bending to his
oars, looked up'quickly aud said, "lllus-
trisslmo, my grandfather was the boatman of the Slifnor Shelley, "drowned In
this bay." Saying Shelley's name, ho
lifted his hat ns if ho had mentioned
one of tbe saints.
Tlio quick mist of emotion rose to
Carduccl's eyes nt the boatman's slin-
plo gesturo of rovcronco. "I salute
thoe, my ftiond," ho said, stretchlug
out his bund. The rower drew In his
o:irs nnd, bonding forward, shook
hands with Carducci, then rowotl quietly ou, driving out Into the bluo waters.
I hnvo since boon told���but I refuse
to iwllevo It���tlmt every, bontmnn In
gpoKla fella the same grundfnthor story
whon Bholloy's noma is'mentioned by
visitors to the bay. "It Is our Uttlo
etory for tho English," tbey say, wltb
o glooming, Irresponsible smile. "Thoy
like It much. It Is worth a lira or two
llrtr-sometlra/s five." In our case, t
ratnembor, It was worth flvo and o
wanuifl mirch'rolTo^d'iolnd'VhatabJ  <*�����* ot Cnrduccl'a habd.~Fortnl*htJy
Iind boon provlrtbd for. Rtviow.
"I ��honld havo offorud you my room,11
ho snld, "Imd It not boon that It wnf
toiDorotlvo tbnt. I should ba in town 	
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WATSONS
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CANADA'S   GREATHbT
NURSERIES
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WANT
A LOCAL SALESMAN
FOR    .
CUMBERLAND'
to sell High Class Nu:v -y
in Fruits and Ornamoiu;t*."j 1^?^
est list of new sppcinltiur > ���������<. ������ . :
ered. Start now at lic-.c..
eaason. Liciiiiced by ii.C. *��.v
eninieiit to sell in the Prtivijuo ���,.-'
British Columbia. Big ludv.-j..
meiils, Liberal Pay, linciio-.i-it,
Free Outiit, "j'emroi-j' lics-'i-y.-d,
write for tonus nnd Oatufoj---., aau
Bend ~5c for our nlttmimii:t pclro'.
niioroecope [Maguiiie-s 4| timt-?"j
and 30c for our handy i-aw. iv.r
the thing for trimming trees I cm.
iron as well as wood.]
Stone&WelHxigtGK,
Fonthill  .N urseriee,
[Over 800 nores]
TORONTO     - -     ONTARIO
PUREP0W��O?H��
R.o&dy for Use tn Any Qcantrk.-.
Per naklne SOAP, seftenlnic water, t*u,   ���
InK old paint. dUlntectlng u|nk��, tli. > -*- <-
���im <lrslu�� and for ninny other p*.ti,-y , ���
h cto equals 20 pounds bat Soda.
SOLD EVERYWHERE*
E.W.GILLETT��?#M���* *
IIYbU
TORONTO, OUT.
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P, PHILLIPS HARBIRDN
Barrister and Sollcltc r
and
Notary Public
t r
Conv&yancJri-ff
Camborlaart    B. 0.
60   YEARS'
KXPBRIONOC
Ttkaot Mamtn
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JABront mi-ling �� mlmtrM *nt\ iiMortjieiim mav
uiolfl*/ MNirtiiirr ont opinion ttmrnbittat w
ivamlnn h prnbaMV M��*��!iJAWi..pomi|wii4<**
ta^thmtim
Scientific Htttericatt*
A hitiiliomulr llluitrntyl tnittW. Imrattt 'ttt.
Met. mttaUt Wuhlniron, O.O.
When in Cumberland
STAY AT THE..........
VEN1HME*
10    A��r, fnmwvmttmet* mn* t%vf*m\
King ol ieotch Whiikies.
The HUD"QN8' BAY CO.
8ole AeentR for B C
���i'atfc ii.%tk i* sciiMKu viini
Best Liquors and CI|;ar-$
J. U. lUDNKHMAN,
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mi Wool'i PhpiiliodlM,
V TonmanaAnylg^tw^iwbolii
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��ii.l||ii|iii|fc,ffliT?&t.> ���������-���������-<r**,  ���������  t-'.  .^mm*~- ������*���������> ���������? ������.^rv** * m*-***'  -������  >  ���������ee *^������^������ "j**-*'. t,..  ' *���������'   ��������� ������������������������<r^} ������"i "> *\ ,-?;.*-,>  THE NKWS/CroffBBfiTAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  *������  During   th������ Quiet   Season  ���������i���������r-MMWiw w ii ���������>���������   i.wiaaa ns������ati������������������a������������������et���������a������������������������  is the time to get your  watch repaired. More  watches are ruined by unskilled workmen than years  of wear,  li, mi I ill nil III in    i     I nn lili i. ������������������������������^���������������-mlmmm,mm  Stoddart, the Jeweler.  Practical Watchmaker.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������w*  $ ZBTJTCIEIIER, SHOP |  , , Where nro yon going? I nm going to) the Com x Co-operative Meat  i ��������� Market, where I e*u5 get a Nice, Tender, Juicy Roast of Meal: No Bone.  *\    AllMeat.  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And ail KITCHEN iUTENSILS  I  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webs.ter, Manager.  i*+^^^^*4*������**������*^**^4-$^^^^������64>^*4>4*+*+4  it  j^iaeiegasg^^  Sportsmens Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  Courtenay. Chaff  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for. the Farm, Garden, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable prices.  No  Borers,  Ko Scale,  No Fumigation to damage Stock.  No windy agenta to nnroy yon.  Buy direct and get trees and seeds that  will GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis,Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material, Out  Flowers, etc.  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Ad-  dreSB-3010 Westminster Road.  Walworth-Rolston Co. m-  ersistent ��������� Advertising  roduces"  rofit in every kind of business,  The columns of the News is always open for more Advertise-  ment"sTf������|^ry=a=good^big^adt==^-  ���������Mr.J. B. Pollock   ia leaving   the  place known aa tho Dingwall ranch  and moving to Wall Street.  Creech and Crocket have moved iii NOTICE is hereby given that 80  *n .i~ -  "^      ��������������� days after data I intend to apply to  to tneir new livery stable which was the Honorable Chief Commissioner  erectod,lately. j of Lauds and Works for a license to  s I prospect for coal and petroleum und  On account of so much business er ihe foreshore and under tho water  Courteuay's painters  have  had      to ou tb������ 1 ind* in" ani opposite Deep Bay  Newcastle Distn-t, aiVi described as  move across the bridge to larger qua  rters.  Two boats Came up the Courtenay  river and tied  up just outside     of  town     Bome say thsy are Jap gun  bo.ilis.  follows;  Cornea.' nclug at a post planted on  tho sea b^aoh at tha north-west ooruer of Lot 13, runuing due north 80  cbains, theuoe due west 80 chains,  thenoe due sou tti 12 chains more or  less to ieabjach at high water mark  th.nce southeasterly along Ibe siu-  uosi.wsol beaeh to placo of common-  Mr.  William  Lewis  has  rented his   ctim^ni.  1016 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,  See H. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  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 to Cumberland every' few  weeks and stays at Union Hotel. There are now  over 300 Students in this District.  In Jcb Printing we print anything from a  BIO   POSTER  to a  ranch to some Japs.   The Brownies  are graidua'lly  moving   in.  The concert that was advertised  for the thirty-first has been postpou-  ed for reasons unknown until the 2nd  day of Aprir  Mr. Dave Menzias and Mr. -Dave  'Gra{ham are the guests of tho Rev.  Mr. Menzies.  ~"TrSeFare"lobkrirg rathlTr~blue-when-  8tfae citizens of Cjurtcnay are import  ing dogs.  Some ol tho citizens of Comox are  feeling a little vex:d over hearing  that they are too slow to stop quiok  so in order lo bave somtftb'nig happen thoy ure sending their ciiiaeus  away for their hJulih���������some to Mexico and o.hera 10 "Cuddies"  -JU -UI.. LI.I������*������ll������UMmiM,|i)    '-������������������--���������������������������������*  ^ m^-^..f-^..J-m^~l^m. q^..,JL,.l,       ,   III   _, JU-JI^UqWBWW  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  t      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cavital. S3,9t 0,000  Reserve, $4,300,000  Assets,   $40,400,000  Dkiv bits, $83,700,000  Daicd this eighteenth day of February, 10C8,  E. S. COJK,  NOTICE is horoby pivon that 80  days after dnte I intend to apply to  the Honorable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a license to  prosp- ot for coil and petroleum under the forosh'-reanlunder iho water  on lh.; land) in and opposite D^epBay  ;Newcas_tle_DiBtrij;_t ,and described jw  follows; ' "~  Oomm. nring at a post planted on  th; sea beach at thi north-west corner of Lot 13 ruun'-n^ dao narth 80  chains, thence duo cast 80 rh-iins,  thmoa due south 30 chaina more or  less to sea beaJh at high watermark  th'iiico soulh-wmttwardly aUng ibj  sni^oo.a beach to pla-Jo of commen  cement. . ��������� ,  ���������..lH this eighteenth day of February, 1DC8.  L. M, COMt,  E. 8. COJiv, Ag.u..  LOCAL    ITEMS.  Viwmo Caiw.  i   -.i   .  -:)Moriey Order*:  Ratbs.  $5 and under         ... 3 Gents  Over   |5 nud not exceeding 810 6 Cents  Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 t'tnta  Over $30 and uol exceediu- -360 15 Cents  These Money Orders are payable without  cost iu nny   Chartered  Bank in Canada.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A. B. NETHERBY,   Makaom.- ;  \l  1*  ���������  ��������� Tbe city counoll mot hut evening  there b.'lug present Aids, McUouiildd  Harwood, MeLeod and tin Mayor.  'Minutes ol previous mcellng ndopt  ed nn road.  AOOOl'NTOi-Or.iusloii Novo! 7  Company $3,20; J, Bryilou, #16.00;  il, -Mitchell, HOfUft; C. V, C, S.'gravu  vi,l,"0j Cumbml 11 nd News, $ 4.50;  Li a I.1;, IIIO.'JOi Ituisor &Oo��������� #1.85;  Totul #80.25.  ltKl'OHT of OoimULI,. WIIhoii for  hiNi   ruuutli   runil���������Ooll'jotioiiM���������Wcnv-  eugnr $106,110;   \-ol\,3n  Conn.', t,|.0;  Boi1uh,$8,^6;   Hall   Hunt,   #4.50;  'Kin Mayor ani Aid. MoLiiod wore  uppiln.ed u coinmlltn to meet Aider  m...i Klud uud hud If tli.7 cjulil not  kntluoe lilm to oomldur hit r.'nitfiiutr  On niwirton tb- Court of HovIfIoii Ih  to .0 hiMd At Umi uiihiUub in Mny,  Aouount for 8 ii 1 Hiand wa������ rond  nn. amounted to $tl'l.00,  ibe VounH Bri.otm are to have tho  iih rot tlw Oily Hill by ixiywtf tin*  1. 11 1 fix*.  lucfifnti  ndjiurind.  Tho trmtw hour* b JI tht Jr rrg-  <il<i un-irtiiiK 011 M. rili itib tlu, (ull  Uw ni b Ing pre tr$n.  Miu.i.������^0t prt*vioua irneiing read  nd p ml ani titiii'td.  U.*(u^������utiik'������t*iou ttom th.* Hupt- of  Kn.citi.ii r������> tchoal loud untUU  eii*/ Pun noil (Miyor.) wai tend and  ������<U r<*d pl.ovd on tb* minutin for  III* if ildnnee of fuiure board*.  .ter f������rln������ljii|  wtnte  eonii'liiioing  nhout Ihe absonoj ot puplln, Mtolon  wii.i pua������ed that hoard auk for tho  a H������l������imfcu of OJimtuble WIIhoii to bo  tru-..nt ollloor.  AOCO; NTs-Men*��������� MsPlioo &������ou  ^'O.CO; I������rovlnco, #1.10.  Ti'lido th wire llu'ii rond (or gla������s  w������h nwnrdod to Mr. Tarbull; nnd for  hllud������   awarded to Mr, T. K. Bate,  The WILfON HOTEL at Union  BAY is nouil lor its Fro h Oynur  Cocktail������. It liik.'H only a m.nulu  ia make on . II .v* a l-xaryf  .vi.. A Ui ���������; iv.ii u p.i������jn'ii0v.'j' to tMs  elty on Friday.  Mli CI ���������inrnnii'. nrriv.'d'l y s.erday to  lake a [wtmion on Um ;iab. 1 -* H-'liool  tfta f f. 'She en me over 011  llij Queue  oKiy   trom   V,in(wuver,  Mrs M. xivell it homo from Crofton  Mrs, I).    Kllp.arbk ot Vauoouvvar  t *  was in town law. weuk ou a visit to  friend.-*.  Mr. Cyril Piercy htl on Thursd.iy  nnoumjiMilcd by his duughter tor his  former honid {u Englamd.  Mra. nnd Mra J. Knight woro pas-  teugurs hotho on \ Friday.  Mr. J. C-iok mot with a slight aocl>  doiK on Thur������d,iy whioh w 11 proba  bly 001111 no blm to tha homo (or a  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mADK TO   OSDER AND  IN ANY STYLtH YOU CUISH.  PERrECT TIT GUARANTEED.  Prices Prom $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  Ii. C.  Canadian Pacific Railway  Company.  SCHEDULE OV tlu QUEEN OITY on  Vvi'nooiivei-Hiv������n* JuM   Itvui-*,  mid  Viuucouv.r Comox Uouio.  O^nimviwlng hunduy Maruh    iilind,  leilti   , v���������   Hi f..)������,,,.f  ���������*i)n,.i.���������   (* t\'f  will  Ui plaood on tho Vanoouv r- Comox  I.-vh.c, UUU   lh*   VuUGOUV. fl.lVtti,   m*  Ivl Hunt* ou th, following nolicdulo;-  VANCO VKll.������JO>.O.V hOUI'l..  Uoavu Yiiiioijnv.r 7 p. in WuuJay,  Anivu ni Nuutiino li p. m, MuuJay,  Lii'vo NunuUnj 3 i. in. Men lay.  Aiiivou*  uuim b j, ui. .uuua,i>,  Ar������iv,'ai Como*   I p. m. Mouday,  Le ivo Comox 7 p. m. Monday,  Arrive nt Lnlou 11 ������, am. Monday,  Lo4to Union 5 a, m, Tmwlny,  Arrlvo Naunlmo 11.5U n.m, Tu������ad������������,  La .vi.'Naualiuu 1 p. m. Tuosdoy,  Arrlvu Vhlnionvoi* 6 \t. nt. Tmadajr,  oo������i' Uiy, Built Crock, UM.i: Qia (cunt  Hlff(jui<Iouin, Uumby luiud and Ueu  VANCO   VKIMtlVNimiulifi   KOtirK  I^ctw Vduesuv r tl ������. m. Wcdn-������.diy,  A-rrivo iilrota  Iul i(Wadtinm.)    at  Su. m. KiMay,  Arrive Ilvl(*m ln|.<t (".tunery noon on  Uivo 0 it(V ry 5 p. nt, Friday,  Arrive Vancouver   noon  Huuday,  will enll tt way porta.  K.J, UOVLK, A. U. V. A. Vaneou*  rer, U, C.  tTlio CoHOort in tho Oumborlundd  Hiiii ou Tliurndnv evuuing last drew  a crowded houie, The progiamine  wu������ worthy of tha largo audience,  Ico Oroam won u������m-d during lutor-  uiimion. Tho oh..lr waa oucuplod by  Itev Mr. 11 minus.  'J'lio wale of work (ho provloua day  iu tho oity Hill wan aUo a grnad  tiiuoooM*. Thu ladlv* are to be cougra  minted upou the Nplvudid nuoceaa tha  attended thiir effort*. They rit.hud  Wit,** ubuvo all uxiwu.1 ua.  Notice U hereby givon that 80 daya  afior dato I lut.ud to apply to tho  ironornblo Ohi������( OommUilouer o(  Lands and Works tor a loaae of   tha  toruihoiM UppW������ll,K  lit*  n*m.   mil*   til  Hootioim 82 und 31, Deuman Island.  Dated tbla tind day ol F������bruary,'08  1IAHHY M0OLU8KY,  UUOH 8TBWART, Agent  Mini M������WI A*brams to hoow from  a ahort I rip to Van������o������v<ir,  FOR  flALK-Bovon-rbomtd  ho������M  ������ nflio*40f hnd and  thn eonl rlohlt 110 ��������� 0 h      Th th .    ,  tor II   acre* of  Und.     for narti*  l     c0 " r Tno aov* t"',t *"* w*  olars apply to John Urqukart ot  Con 1 ton y, it. O.  ins baft n food lot la tho alty.  SJSALRD TKNTE^S addrosHed to  the un-tcrsiRiti'd and endorsed "Ton-  dor (or hoitins Vost Ofriec, Vancouver, B. C," will bi r������-*0'.>ivi'd at thin  office unt'l Siturdiy. April.25, 1008,  ineW.vrly, tni* Uu oona'.ruction ofn  honiiiiK Hyslem for the Public Build-  I11K at Vanoouver, B. C.  I'nn* ttni spoolf leal ions enn he  soen nnl f.irms of tendr obtained 011  application at this dopnrtmant, from  Mr. W. HendorsJii. Supirlntondlnp  Arihlteot, Vldtorln, B. C, and from  Mr. Chil'8 ToHsell, Chrk of Works  Vancouver, B. 0.  Persona tondiring ore notified that  tendors will not bo Considered unlesB  mado on tha printed (orm supplied,  and ssigucd with their actual signatures,  Ench tender muat bo aooompanlcd  by 1111 aooop.od ch 14m on a ciurtmd  bank mado payable to thJ ordor "ot  Kuoh louder- muat bi ocoompan^d  .bt Honorablo tbo Minister of Publlo  vVorks eqtwl to ton p<r ojii* (10 p.o,;  ail the itmounr ot the tender, which  will bn forfolfod If tbo person tender*  InK deel no to outor iuto a oontroot  wlwn culled upon to do so or t( bo  tall to oompleto tho work contracted  tot. It iho tender bo uot aoooutvd  .he clieqie will b  re.urusd.  Tho Dep^r miu does uot bind Itielf  loecoepi the luweit or any tuudar.  By Order,  FUED. OEL1NA8,  0eoretary.  Department of Publie Wnr'a,  Ottawa, Maroh  13,  1008.  Newnp purs will no. b  pudfarlhln  adver.l*n*mint If ltu*y insirt it with  uu. imu.u*!,,)   'iwui tlic D-ia',.-.:;,.*J'.'  Comox  Drips   ������  A  n������tv  H'iri<hnii������n In hfilnif (������r������et������������d  on the Wturt,  It's about time.  Tlw new b������t tbu 'Queen Oity" called for tbe firat time tbla season ������t  tbla port fome of tbe  natives wore ao alarmed tbat tbey  bad tt quit work land eome to town  a  t e**ll had spread far aud uear.   It  was eertaiuly aomothing out of   the  ordinary.  Tb*I ndho Afaot ebl:td Omoaamd  Tin* sphndid Poiclieron i-tiillion  "JUST  41734"  (Color, li.y.   Wug.t, MJft.)  S.-e PosliTfi   fiir llniiUi iu l.eyb  APlilL 8rJ, 1003.  B. CRAwtfouD, Couten y  T.r.iw,  $20 In*vtrano������  of/thaw dlaabUlllofe.*     It  Is    how  ovor, iippirciiily porf'ootly logltlnmtu  f on lie subjeots of Japan to hot only  set aside the requisitions but to oven  a - ...  iuvudc oImo iho territory aud teriltor  Ini wm0is of the Unit, d tilates    In  their pursuit of tho fur-seal, as    I  huve juat pointed out.  IVlwt, I o.iuoikI tor, is thia,    Mr.  Speukcr, that au lung as uuroatrlotid  leKtflo tfoaling U tu bo rooognla.*d,as  lu tlio oasii of Jiipau, tban Canada  must hnvo oqual rights.  ���������n* imatmenler hi*   a Jew ri*t nf. **��������� mwanh r,*n-b n tew day* ug .  floe bite* to rout at 73 cnta ur  quarter.   A-e lin.  from tho Japanoaa seniors who  have  taken thousands of seals within  the  throe milo limit around thoir Hands  and actually I ulod and kl I rt sonlsou  thoso aim.> I l.uds, proving conclusive  ly to that extent tint tho oonourroiit  regulations ere now usviesa aud their  enforcement against Omadi by   tho  United fltntoa Is Inoonslstvnt to aay  tbe toast,  It Is doubtful, at thla time, lf the  poo|)le of tho United Btatoa would  bo prepared to ooneur fully lu a poll    ,���������, _,     ^  VA.VZ,    ,  .   ..      .   .   ,um    w.hqu ������n **"������������������***���������* *������tborty annou.  oy vyhloh discriminated agalust   tbo M,i (n the Souufaoo H?f.) 'Tlmosa  Canudlau aoolora oud lu favor of tho that he b.d fouud a uew way to tnat  vanaoMu wwi   ������    ������ l that dread Awenoau dlaeasu Wbtfuiaa  Jopouose oeolers, Itlsm, wltb Just oumtoou, evoryduy  Whan tho att ullou of Jaoitt    was drugs tumid lu auy drug-*tori>, tbo  wueti tno au niton m *������Viu    ww. phy(JWlini w-r������ ,jgW inde'd toavtaeb  oalted to    to tbo report tbat efforts mueb iuportaoce to bis claims. Tbls  would bo mado by tbo OiuadUn Pela wm only a few moutbV ago. Today  .   r.       *        j   .1 , ������������������.   ""'ly ������"">ry njwapaporlu tho-oauu*  gle Beakers to ev*dj tho rugulatlons try.eveu tbe motropolltan dallies, Is  by uae of tbo Jupauesc flag, prompt announcing it and tho splendid r-sults  lt .....    achieved, It is ao staph* 1 bat ������ay one  wrtowi-rea were taken to prevent thla, enn ���������rentra It at homo at amalloost.  md lt waa ah*rieie.l*od aa 'dishonor- tt is mtde up aa followa; Uet trow  , ,       uuy good iin-r.arijp.J'iu ^h.irmnry !?luld  able business' aud,. d-signing sohem  Rxraot  Dandelion, one-half     ounoe.  ce eomri?������d to tvadi tbe law.' I do Compound K.rgooone, ottaooi Com.  i. mviiiiiw-nt peu|j)j gjj^pjirtjj^ Byrup,     tbroo  not know If tbo report was wdl fouu auuoes.  Mix by sbakhig In a bottlo  tM or nth/.rwi..*.   It la now luimat. ������������������ *****.*** *������W���������*��������� *���������>���������*��������� atlat  mith ������"il and nl h'dilm.v   *Thi>iu������ nm  erltl. But tbe attiludi of Japan waa ������u simple Iugrsdlin.s, making tn tb*  and Is tbat It was dishonorable tor wlutely harmleaa bm, ^d* ������v |.t.  I lie . tea*. f,t(  Rheumatism ai every due know*, la  mm* *..������������������.-. w ���������***������**,��������� isafflsasrswa-M''  but It Is not (Uibonorablo tor    tbo tba* klddeyttoptop-rhllUirdr strain  . .... .u . .   from th* blood the urfe aeld and otherA-(  Jspsntse flat to Ignoro tbo ref ulat mmn wtiltb, U not ersdk*t������l^lib*r  Iquh*. It was diehonornhte for thn in tbe urine or through tho tttn pore  ���������      ., ,    .^  _    .   .. ,      renulos la tbe blood, d-eompoeec and  Canadian easier to evvatle tbe refula., |MJM ab,at iheMeia and muicks,  tlons; but it sot dishonorable   for    **���������****���������* **** ������atold suffering ������add������*  tbe JanoMM "der to Ignore tbe r- <#TbSypSaeH^*llTekt to bo a  gulMlov*. ft was dtsfbonoftble tor 091011414 healing, eloanalag andlnvtf  a sulj^t  to  end.  the AliaMltlea ?������!*���������?��������� ,!*!*fiff.**��������� SS?W!A^Sjfi25  For Hair-Oil  n.wtpprr* at  this he.*.,**.  office. 1  Mr   lliii  Hut hit ��������������� Ik. Uhm. fli     ~      aloiOO. UttUWdt|>:������ tdkt {Bgff MrtHM^  nr. Dan Hart left on tbo Mu������to Ct( tapoiM| ntm wm by bla nation; bat  bh44tr and orlniry lro������iUMMMlb*������k  aobe. Bo also warns p.cpli In a le������4������  ln| Now Tork nsper afainat the die*  oraslmto ������oo ol mny potent  slews.  (y on bit way to Mexico    for     bU  , it is not dishonorable for tbe sublet  I of another nallott to lake advan'.eg^

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