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Array A *.*6  /}. A.  </r  ���������/.$>  1   /,'  OCT 6 -1908  Victoria*, e;,  *9^^^W*W^ ������������������:. -J-n-**"  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C.,*  TUESDAY,   SEPT. 39,-1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  At The BIG STORE  Illll!l!l1lllllil!ll!llllillllll!ll!llli*5 JTAI    I      nPCMlM^ gllll!IIIHIHIIIl!llllllllllll!ll!llllll  iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiir,iiiiiiintiri!i]i3 rnLL Vjr^CLlMUNo siiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiii  of Fall and Winter Goods.  O J ��������������������������� ���������  All departments are uow complete in all lines.  We would draw your attention when visiting the store, to.  our SPECIAL VALUES in Ladies' and Childress Cloth  Coats, Costumes, Skirts, Rain Coats, Silks, Dress Goods  and Millinery       .   ���������   .       .       .       . ������  SPLENDID ASSORTMENT  OF  FASHIONABLE   FURS  Carpet Squares, Rugs, Liuoleunis, etc., etc.  THE  JWRGHET  CASH  STO^E.  FOR  ...... Your Inspection  Respectfully  Solicited   The TRUEST TEST of VALUE is COMPARISON  of GOODS and that we urge.  SIMON LEISSR & Co..- Ltd  John 'f. Lidslo 'C, Mgr.  ���������Dunsmuir Avenue  Cuml'PiliKl Brai ch.  Ciimbei laud, R. C.  TIY  Eanoh on the Boy Eoad of  87 ACRES, 7 of which are  cleared; 4 room house & barn  PRICE   ~ $2,000  ENQUIRE OF   P. P. HARRISON,  BARRISTER AT LAW  CUMBERLAND  W  wm.\a*w JbUBmL JMSMMUMUBflMit <  M  NEW  GOODS  NEWGOODS NEWGOODS  "~ , t  Wc are now opening up for Pay-day Saturday ucx  Sept. 19th. n complete Range of New Goods for Rail. Hav.  in;r bought direct from the itiftiiiiracturor.s wc an; able to  uive vou bettor Prices thnn von can pnssibli'buvelm'wlifio  With enlarged premise* we nro now nMe to r**i*H* n mwdx  larger stock than formerly ami to offer yon a be tier und  larger selection  UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING.  Kiiunnnntniituiiin^^  Pay a visit to J. McLeod's; ask to see their new  Suits and Overcoats, and il you cannot be suited with  them we can show ygu one of the largest ranges of samples of Men's Suitings, Overcoatings and Trouserings to  be found in towu at very reasonable prices. FIT, STYLE  and WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED.  l!lllll!llllillWllilllll!i:illll|l!!l!li!IIW  J. N. HcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenno,  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  T.LBATE,  Cumberland  COMOX  HOLBS  BANJNXR FAIR.  The Comox Agrienl rural and Industrial Association's annual fair  was held in tlio Society ,s show  grounds in Courtenay on Sopteni.  hor 17th nnd 18th, Tho flrst day,'!  Thursday, win devoted to receiving  and in-ranging tlio exceptionally  large number of entries for those  exhibits thut aro housed in Mm hull,  incliidiiig all field produce, dairy  produce, garden vegetables, fruit,  ladies' work, llie lino nt'ts and othor miscellaneous exhibits of a like  nature,  T! o wi'iitlu'i* on both dtiy* wiv:  excellent, bright sumdiiiio till  Thut'������day and a clear nky until  nearly four o'clock on Friday  afternoon when eonio sultry lliuii  der clouds drifted up from owr  thn moiiiiliiius, only bringing nn  iiierciiHcd warmth thut' taxed the  resources of the ico civiini uud re-  frei-hineiit boih tb its limit,  I'oihnps tho most striking feature of this year's fair n*u* tin,*. Imp,-  niiinbei' of now fneo* ii'itod unioiig  t .0 spectators, And when it is re  iiieinhci'cd thnt in n wry hii*j*i-  number of eases, thu e belonged tn  to uow wittier* iu the district, this  'Now tlio exhibition of! stock or  vegetables or garden truck or. artistic efforts will not attract spectators to nny largo extent,     Then  *' H  .whnt will? Thoro is only one answer as hns been proved again avid  again in Canada, tho States and  othor Countries.  Jt. is sports.  This is no argument open to  robuttal hut u plain sta'mont of  fact, of course wo do not expect  the Coinox Fair Hoard to run boforo they can walk. Hut. thoro aro  other sports that can bo hold and  advertised; and tho latter is a vital  M0wmmmmt^mmm*mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmi  I  1NTKRMENT.  The remains of the late .T. E.  Higgins were laid at rest on Wednesday, Sept., 241 h, in tlio Presby  terian cemetery, Sandwick, and  was largely attended by friends  and relatives. The Rev, Thos,  Menzies performed the funeral  ceremony both at the house and at  the crave.    The following  is the  m rj  list of floral tributes:'���������  SpTiys���������Mr, autl'Mi'B. Downey, Mr.and  Mrs. Giilrling'j, Mr. nnd Mr*. MoUauu,  Vliio Wholuu, Mm. McKonzio nnd Thorn-  ���������o*\ WrontliB���������Mr and Mrs, Hiir', Mri*  Ander in and Down.y, Mr. und Mr'. Mno  ilonaid, Mr. und Mrs, V. Hgncvo, Crosses  Mr, nud Mrs. Rob'i, Mr. a d Mra. Luuiis,  Mr,inl Mrs.0, J. Mooro, Mr. au*l Mr*, .1  rt. Holmes. Upununtu���������M r, nil Mrs.  D,ivis, Mr. and Mrs. Whelan, Mr. mul  Mrs. J. VV. .Villor. Pillow-Mr.and Mrs.  Oiddii.g*, Globe���������Mr. nuJ Mr8,D,Tlimnn������  Tin* fcllowi tg Koutloiuou noted iih jmll-  benroiH:���������T. Heolio.mill, Ww Milt hewsoii  I W, It. Rolib, J. VV. Fr.sor, W.Giigo, Al-  bart Gire.t.  We regret to learn of the ilf.  nees of Mrs. W. Willard, who-  has been seriously ill for the past  week. From latest reports sho  .^sjij3ing_aa_w.elLjts_mjiIdllja^vT_  pectcd and a speedy recovery is  hoped for.  *lV*m*>'.-'<mWL%'*m^  flfft*  rMnHf\*   "BESTCIOODSAT  *^m+l    mt/rAWliWe lowprt pdicpah  LOWEST PRICES'*  COMM    AND   iSliK   THU    MiW  M'UKK   DPKNUI)    ItV  Campbell Bros.  In tlie iuoiiiIhimi lutoly iw*oii|li������l by  Niipior * Co. If re **a havo u i*pm-  |iUito Nh*a Stouk, criHp nml cltun,  wrll iihwirli'il in I/ulit'n' Gu.kIh ntul  tlontV Kuril"fihlii^. Wo wmiM bc  plcnned to show you our (IikkIh.  CAMPBELL  BROS.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CARD OF THANKS.  To those who have been with  us in our bereavement and by  kind words and kindly nets have  tried to losson onr sorrow, wo extend our sincere thanks; also to  thoso kind friends who sunt so  many beautiful Hum) tributes,  Mas. Mi.nxik Hiooi.ns  A Nit   !���������* A.Ml I.V.  Mr, .1". Me. I .cod and Mr. Ahix.  Maxwell have promised a Cup for  competition among the font bill I  tenuis of Cuniiicilniid nnd district. Teams to bo entered for  eonip.'tilioil boforo Oct., lOtli. j  Km ry f''<* $o.U'������. -.1. h. Urown,  Secretury,  Jlirtli   -On Tliiiixluy, Sept. ll-t,  io llie wife of   Arthur Hriulltiv. a  son.  Dv, Kerr, the .Dentist, i������ now  hero aiid will bo found at tho  Waverly Hotel for two weeks..  Mirth -On Mmuluy,   Sept,. -^.  to ihe wife of Flvd llntcs, ;i hhi,  '- point.  Thi'   g;(t<*   lll'MH'y   lit    tin-   __��������� ,   ��������� ii.  ���������   ���������i--i   ��������� 1.11 IIM II   ������������������������������������**MW>#WW*>^^  tmtmmt}***^^  u  Pr  <::������������������.: fJou'i.-,   J.'cw rUuiwhtlu..,   .Ww Walking Skills,  New Hosiery,    New Underwear,    New Winter  mouse.-*,   New Hiaiikets, etc, etc.  ....     k-...<...i.    fi,i<i-    .ni     iv " oi." j  , ...mm [in |i.������-.*.Riu������ unit ino iifiiulii-  j umi t'txtruordinnry fortility of thi:  smiling valley of Vnneonvo,* Islni... j^,,,,,^ ,.l|r *m ^ ,(, ,.,;,������������������ f),)|1(  ai'oattnictingnion. und more pen. ;(,||H)li,.,;,.,,,,,   ���������,���������,  u���������   .,, ,:,..  pu*.  Wc would like to take thi; opportunity of offering a liitle *ug-  gestion fo the directorate which  wo are sure will lw taken in good  MihTNTUA* KI) OUSTOl.FN  I5Iiu*I< Hninii'l do-r fi'iswcrimMo  I r- r-i  munn iif *������SpMi*l" uuy <mh! returning him ti .1, Siowarl, Allnu Av  ei'iu*. will   bn   miitnlilv  i*������* wiin Ini  ' R. Campbell Johnson, F. G.  Rdwardsand H. Herbert Williams-  arestoppingat the Jiiverside Hotel  Oonrtenay. ll. 0. Campbell .Johnson is a inincrologist, and making  a general survey of-tho holdings  of thivVnneouverOual Pro-peoting  Co. of which a report will soon bo  published.  - -1 o -��������� .-  At the Engineers Kxaminatioiis  recently held in Oouit ilouso. (r.  S. Max'er Inspector of nmchiiiery,  tho following coudidatos were sue  ces-fiil in obtaining certificates for  third class; Thos.II. Carey. Alfred  Ray, James Whyte, Uicli'd Ray,  and D, Mcl.ood, For Fourth Class:  lames Taylor, Jno, Cowio, Albert  (Irani, Tli<������������. Riohni'd.j, H, Somer-  vide, Win Wcstwi nd, Jno. Fulchoi'  and Ilobt fIrant. Some sixteen  candidates attended llie examina-  tioiis. Mr. Mnxtt'i" was assisted by  Inspector Downio from WVsiniin.  pier District. Tho iueioiii.ing a-  iiiouiit of hteam plants both local  nml scattered over tho count ry in  awniills and logging camps, agricultural and mining seem* to uh.  soi'ho engineers us soon as ijiuilifit-d,  This shows the eoiitiiiiin! development of th * country nnd cxpini.  i.|nu of iln In���������Im.tricH, Mr. I'u.xtet'  iinl'oMin d on.* n-jini!i'r ih.it liter������  lire ovor tuo dozen w-piUMte ste.ilil  plantf. in Cuniin'ihuiil district a-  lone.  S, nnvlcr  Iiihpi.'irtor of M tchiiiery.  Aiiv'i rs \for*> will conf*'!'*i fm-o*-  bv lu'iii'dn ' in ���������iIimi' 'n'b' nn' '-i'i' ���������  lli'iu MmiiiI.iv, a* t J . wil| o.iidilo  'lie piint-'i *, t-. iii''������;i*L it in tho  uu\t  inciit* on iho following Ttios-  ,1*1 V  p������������"nmi nm arm mammme amm  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Dutiimuir Avenue Cumberland, H.C.  I part. ii(s tlmt body. We have ul  ! different tinn-������ nnd In other j.1*i(*/ic  j hail s<mi(������thiug to do with the  I working nnd organization of ngrt-  ! enltiiiHl fair-* and have learntfl by  ���������  i<\p*������-k*nti������  Use  two fntidhn^-.ift!?  'jf'-ir   ,on rn    tfivm,    Tf.cj    .u'v.  |      (1) Tin* lii*iv������*r   tin- pi','* o-.i.ue\  I t'ir  ,.trii''|- tlii- t  '.ll.iu i..i.i"i. , ���������. ,       > ,i    .  j I <tO'-Ut    m,i, .if.s.jf.  j . ���������.%-������������������    tl.i���������.l    *  t^iliuf tnoiiey   for tbu   t.|\,-������i.(   ,   , ,,   , ,,      , .     , , *.  I ' * ' ���������Itf.rtt t'liij  t'|i'\'  V.: ���������   Mt!*'ij.'tl  ������ !iiu������f i'ir.=������������-ti'.Mllv ft JI cittii* ti:-'*i tut-���������     i i  ���������  I       I  ��������� jj Av ..f *���������<*; ,  uiit-i b������i held out  to  ix.sideutii of  thut city lo attend the ������how,  A circle of ground should be  rojwd off, chairs placed round  it  for M|tf'r'fntors. nnd we woiijil ��������� ug  gei-t that a strong working sjNnt-)  coin tail tei* eoiilil ori'nu.ze '������   mtut  of spirt* to tnko place  in   cotitln   ,  iioiini shjiii*iic(������ within   that  nreini j  thnt would not only bring a  very !  huge pro|������ortion of tin* imputation i  tf Ciiiu!������-i Uud to lii������- ("i.inu* li.ii,  hul    Would   ;il"������,    \x\,'.v\i   i>    orli  f^MAROCCHI BROS*^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  I  ��������� ������n  i������. i  .!��������� 'i  w  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing rompwiy's l*l������!liR .md  JtiKTH'.     V. Imlesalc iKd.t,      ,i.] il'uA* o'  Wines a id . iipiom.  SECOND    STREET  I  TREET k ���������-*������������������*' Ittfti  ���������Tto OptelaM flews  ���������: ;-d  Kvery   Tuesday   by   the  ^nrtjox   St   CurnbePlaad  N a.o:iahing C Jtao . ny,  .OL  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  B'iUTISK  COLUMBIA  i",A   ;/,vy  :i ':!   ii:..' 1".  f.      ''i!.'   ti.'  wi'l  T the  i'i'- ' *'T  liillc.  mt, Hold  opinions  in its ct  jtSMlf,  j'f Ot-il-  Illume  UESDAV  CI?  1     vjli  PT     on  1  ���������* ���������.  -VI  lOOS  JlRGUKENT.  '.iot once in   a  thousand   times  * ''i;. ���������. i;o iiu.u eijii'. ...v.- *-. v,-V;* 'rt  i���������arguirieiit, and the *'��������������������������� netits you  .et if you do convince the other  !\'.l'i'.w will not coiupunsate you for  .iste of energy expended on  ihe:* nine hundred and ninety-  :imes w,h������n your efforts fail-  You 'louviiiea a man aoitinst  will and ho is of I lie same o-  jiit.ion still.- There is a mighty  lot of difference between argument  reason. You may accomplish  your case in'o  tell-  ��������� A-  JU  ''llll  ed.  hi  i.  :it'(.  ituirc uy  one or  dividing  two good reasons  and  big your adversary that you will  not argue the case, but you will let  him look at these reasons, and  when be takes it up logically vou  will have no lour of hisconclnsioii,  fni trutii must 'Humph.  V.'liiie a'<niment itself is a foolish proposition, it is inliuitely  ne.fe p.o if yo*. r avguiiK'Ut is with  . .iu-e ;u loss me)!till calibre ihau  T7T(^15yTTrFlaWTJf~en'm~  your won  pensation, in proportion as a man  is i-ftiosniit, he makes up in perversity and lack of analytical ability.  Do not stoop "to contend  ciiose who have no siatntin^  with  men-  i."i!y, moi'Mlly or physically. It is  .s .our purpose to eli.i:;.:���������;������ a man's  .'jp'uion, do not try to do it by -ir-  gui'ient. L;i ndy tho ground caro-  itilly. State youi points with press, make c.uiv.fnl analysis  of  your prop bit ions and that las antagonism weakens. State facts  that are ri<������ht and truthful, and  are so plan that tho truth will be  self-evident.  After you have made several  propositions on which the other  man agrees with you wholly, then  make a proposition that is ninety  per cent his way and ten per cent  your way, until you swing him ar-  routul so that he sees the truth,  lie-then imagines that he had  mule the dedncition himself. Re  member, you can swing the biggest ship around by a steady, slow  ;:'mtle pull. On the other hand  a sudden strain on the hawser  would produce no effect whatever  on the tin p.  Tho mail who wishes to convert  another to his way of thinking  must boa diplomat if he is successful. Do not get exited, keep cool  and collected, be sure of your  ground, be positive iu y^nr assertions, make the whole mutter clear,  and use good judgement, sound  r;n*on and clear looic,���������Bh.de  persons suffer at some-  U3.:c os? other frooi Piles!  So s������ys a Rrcat medical authority. There  is no discos-? causes mote pain and  ���������.'retclji'dness than piles ; and by Riving  almost immediate ease Zam-Buk has won  the praise of thousands of sufl'mers. If you  are suf-ulng let 7i'm-Bul: cure you- Mr.  Neil Devon, Webb-wood, Ont. suffered with  -t|ilsjdgfeLK2ISj_^A_few boxcsjjf Ztrnt*  Buk cured him. He since says>���������'TKave  had no retail, ol' the trouble so that I know  the cure is permanent."  Mr. C. B. Frost, Lennoxville, P.Q.,  writes: " I have proved Zam-Iiuk a great  riu-e for piles from which I suffered acutely  ffi-'a long time."  Zam-liuk also cures' cuts, ulcers, burns,  abscesses, poisoned wounds, boils, eczema,  and ail skin troubles. 50c. a box, all druggists an 1 stores or from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto,    3 boxes for $1.23.  '���������MB'ill  be hail learned who was his raaotet  and olKsyed hlm accordingly.  It was a five mile ride, mostly under  tho shade of Sue old trees. The road  wound around thr hills; here and there  a break In the arboreal border showed  vtews of rolling country, well shaped  and pleasing, wiiiiling 'U> grassy slopes  In groves of verdure. Of course most  ^pf the freshness of leaf was past, yet  the modest gray greeu gave a 6llvery  Bheen to the landscape that brought It  into unity.  One litem ber of the party felt that  his heart was very full ns be looked at  it. Tbat was Let lis. "Blast the old  alllce!" he kept saying to himself.  "Blast its six dingy windows ond the  clock at tho end: Doesn't this look  good, and doesn't it sraoll good, dust  hnd all?" and then he'd howl at the  horses In sheer exuberance of good  feel big, making thu mild old brutes  put a better foot of It to the front.  Bed cantered up beside his wagon.  "Woll, I.ettis." he snid. "here we go  for the opening overture with the full  strength of the company���������we're great  people this day. ain't we?" And the  big man smiled like a. pleased big boy.  "Oh, what a bully old fellow you  are!" thought I.ettis ns ho looked at  him. Leltts was thinking of other  qualities thun flesh, but the physical  Bed Saunders on horseback was deserving of a glance from anybody; the  massive figure so well poised; the clear  cut, proud protile; the shapely head  with its crown of red gold hair; the  easy grace of him by virtue of his  strength-It would be a remarkable  crowd in which Chanta Seechee Red  couldn't pass fur a man. He was.every inch of that from the ground up.  I.ettis had come to bow down to bim  ln adoration, witb all an affectionate  boy's worship. To those eyes Bed  was just rigl^; in every particular;  likewise to Miss Mattie, who even  now was filling bet- eyes with him  from behind tho vantage of a broad  brimmed straw hat.  At last the whole party disembarked  at tbe flat before the mill and., made-  ready for the offkial starting of the  machinery. The big doors were thrown  open, so that the company could see  mini  SjJi.lMLTJEL   C3      DAVIS,:     Feopeiex.  English 4 x BUOTON always on tap aleo, tho famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS-Anlienser, Bohemian, Schiitz, ko. " OLD OBEY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY, Bast Wines and Liquore of all kinds.  Ttm .hoarding and Lodging IXpurtmant, under tho immediate superintendence ot Mta  .   Davis, will bi luur.d First-clasiia overy reupcot.  RATES,       ������i 00 por day upwards.  f*  I Everything on the Move.  ���������9  ���������9  IflHIillKlillRIIIV^ $  Prices moving down, People moving in. Furniture j*  moving out. We must clear out our present stock to it*  make room for new Fall Goods which we expect iu a jj  few weeks. -        .        Vt*  ������  ���������ii  ���������9  ���������a  ������} ���������������  feftft*S!������������!*ft*������.*#*****ft*ftftft  *****&********������*****4!������8  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  J. H. COLLINS  ��������������� >*.������������t������',-* ���������miYwm,'*. ms*Mvnrw  bo many standards, whether tbe stand- i;.^,*rj,^4.^^.^.^.,;.4^4~-i.4^.H^-*  ftpimalt ft Manaimo Ry  STAR  jimiiH ol  ii     : 1.1; A.i  *���������",'   VOl!  ��������� vitiiat'i.'iii,  tnkn  joint   by   point.  ,1  ���������ei-  01  ''i'H,  int.  'IV  ���������;''if  Wi!'  tM'sary by  wlt.cli yon  .nil  '.) up  i.!ie  point*  u vjint   Ik- n  lit ilo  t'con'u- of -".pinion,  .'if other  man   \vi'.:  i   a      ���������'       ,"���������..'.  Qcth Guilty.  Thi* man who prided ..himself on his  keen I'oni'ptloiiH wnti-lied the wltneiis !  o.j thi* stand with Intensity und nodded '  his   head   vlgnrously   nt   the   closing  words of tlm. bewildered witness. |  "Tlmt man's cnuecrnorl In It," said  tlio keen olwervur to his friend. "Didn't .  yon    notice   how   Ills   eyes   shifted '  around V"  "Mow about tliis next ono?" Inquired  tlio friend,  "He's guilty of Bomotliliiff," asserted  tho keeu observer. "No man staros at  ! people in that bold, defiant way, if ho  has a doar consclenco.", .,  .. -stB*fti.-t .'L.���������-.. -i  The oven dods  the baking, the  fire-box contro' i  ths over. h;.-"!t,, A-v^Jlj|=  and thf������ graces  hold thc coal or  wood that produces tha bed., ao  THS GRATES  are important.  \ Double  \.Di)iptex  Gmtes  "Bask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pi'M-;-, oiich ^"it; p|-v>pti ftepn.rfl.t.������ily.  Af-b.aa ovor ona graue oan bq shaken without  v/asUr-R good fuel o<rer -.thai grate.   No poking  \vU of Qui-Y.r* ..euro parfacfc drafts. When  ���������rates are inv -riion .ov wood a patent clamp  retriua thom i-. potion.   The easiest-working  *.-r;;.ng way ��������� and   that's  way  iw th-  llf* .   tmtw      ���������   >i-    ,   *'l  a .1  r,*t*  ii,  y  within" \^lT-?P^ttng~^utsrdr~lir~tho  shade, and under the coollug influence  of what breeze there was. The mill  was otfielally started. Red climbed  the bank' to the flume and raised the  gate. Tho crowd cheered as tbe itn-i  prisoned waters leaped to freedom  with a hollow roar, raising iu pitch as  the penstock filled and the wheels began to go round. Speech was called,  for, or)d the vigorously protesting lied  was forced to the front liy his former  friends, Deinilt and Lcttls. Thus betrayed by thoae lie trusted, lied made  tlie best of it.  "Ladles and gentlemen, fellow citizens," en Id he, "the mill Is now open  to nil comers, We Ijopu to make this  thing a success. \Vi������ hope to see every  horny handed, hnuip backed farmer lit  the country rosin the soles of Ilia moc-,  cnsliis and shove his plow through  twice us much ground as he over did  before, iind'Jf he chiiiok here with his  plunder we'll give lilm n si-mire shake,  We'll pay hlm us much ns we dust  and not let lilm In ou the ground Hour,  so lie can crawl out through the conl  hole, as Is sometimes done, Now, everybody run nwny and hnve n good  time, for I don't like to talk this yappi  uuy more than you like lo liear It  Kola g.'iis!   Hybyl"  It was a very successful picnic,  Tbey spent the iifternoon lu wandering iirniiiid In the nsmil picnic fashion,  developing iipjn*tlins, until It occuircil  lo lied to liven tlie pi'i'l'ormiiiici' by  (showing tlieiu the art of roping ns  practiced upou nu old cow found In  tlm woods. As a spectacle It wus a  fill I lire, The combined elTorts of nil  the hooting small buys could not iiiaku  Hint cow run. Kbe even stretched her  neck toward lted, as llmigli Hii.tlug:  "Uurry up with your foolishness, l  liuvu !n cud to chew ami enn't shim!  hero Id lo all tiny." Ho lied go!!opi<il  by and threw Hie tiooso over lier lieud  iu*. 1111 exhibition ot* how Ihe thing was  douu rut her tlmti how It ought to be  done. NevevthelesH pknle parties nvu  tint hypercritical In ihe matter uf  iniui! cinoiit, and the feat lYci'lved  three i>iicoi*ch, The lust Hum he iiiImhciI  his cast tliroiigli ovcivotilldi'tici', where,  at tlm old cow tosspil hor hcml and tall  In the oil* ami tore off at uu elephantine gallop, with ti bawl tlmt sounded  to lted might Ily like ilertMon.  "Dtuiied If Hlie nln't laughing nt uio!''  he cried. Hul ns n matter of fact It  wns a hornet nml Its tiiiinlstaltnblo  sting tlmt Injected this activity into  bt*i' system, 1  It wan nil very pleasant to Mlns Mtittle, us one's llrst picnic lu many ycum  Hhould bo, She enjoyed the crisp green  hoiI, tho great trees stnuillug nroinul,  ,,.,;!.',"..., '.-VV 0 HKi'i-iit f.iiilii.r iUi.  tAviH<n their sbiule like brilliant tut-  tent of cloth or gold, while Irom tlio  nenr distance enme tlio tiny shouting  of cool waters, Ther had * <*ni������p lira  at night, making the moonlight mill  moro tnyaterlous nnd retnote by con-  maA.    TI..    ,���������:::'���������'"���������   <���������' ���������������������������������������������i"-,--  f-i-.y.-il  Cor tho cars of tli(������o who tared tc  lUten uud for (he legs of ttioso who  fliuso to talio cliiinci's on trlpplnit their  light fantiiHtlc toes over tree root* In  tlio gru������H,  lied lovml inutlc. sud bo lovod tho  nlflif-   Tlio popflc slih' of bin moron-  lie* of watching the  Dipper KWlng,  awiiml rolai']������ while he sung tho own i  to ulerp came b;n-k to hlin.    lu bit  mind he si. .i Hie ia >t pnilrle roll on to >  Inflnlty, wm tn* ������������������-���������otitaln* utaml oat,:  aid be inches or feet or miles. Miss  Mattie's events had been measured in' %  hundredths of au luch, aud it took aj "  good many of them to cover so small  an action as a successful picnic on a  beautiful night. Her eyes were humid; her mouth smiled and drooped at  the corners alternately. Red felt her  happiness with a keen sympathy, and, i  ns he looked at her, suddenly sho  changed In his eyes, .lust what the  difference was he could not have told,  aor whether it was in lier or iu him.  A sudden access of feeling, uudeflu-  iilile. unplaceable, but strong, possessed him. Thero is a critical temperature in the life of a man, when  no amount of pressure can fever make  the more expansive emotions assume  the calmer form of friendship. There  was Kom-mTmrTr-mffir^TOT^  which  had warmed Red tb that de-   1,  Maxwell & Hornal  Propricstors.  .���������[���������TEAMS'!  X SINGLE   and,  HIRE.  ERS  and   DRAY MI  DOi;iU..E   Kit..*?  ALL   ORDhR*-T  And all itnuii n  iitii.  l'fi  III  !,-.. ,..  <,t,.\,t,,,ttv," mtreat, Winnt-Mi Vniromr, 8t,J������iw. Mammon, Crf|*ry  "I* ,\-,"!'���������  '..,..*   -���������'  il'   tin*   :.i  I..'    t!iO  rlslnjr from n  * in* hoard Iho  '������������������..|l������n wfilvtle'  J down eret>lt, ���������  chnnn or dm-  I .41  *k  -11  J ne*f r/faent  ft world "  .*fioa of i' i  .in  j fitilwht*   :  ' or tbo *���������:��������� :  ; mado luiniii  "ItNfliig a ������.'<l ttme. SUttlnr ha  atked. wild ��������� ������u>fr,  ���������Tlte t*nt I owr tirnl. mtV the an  awered w:i!!itig tiark un������ti>ajlljr.  .fit Hub!   Tho sImi ot an ������a*a*Iuu It  gree, but he didn't know tt. He only  knew tbat he wanted to sit rather unnecessarily close beside her. and tbat  he would be sorry when It caiue time  to go home.   And lie wus very sileut.  Daring the drive liack to the house  ho spoke In monosyllables; he went  straight to the burn with I.ettis afterward, and made uo attempt to take  Uu' usual frank and hearty good night  kiss.  "You're ns gHiiu as nn oyster!" said  Lot lis, when they reached their <*Miir-  tors.   "What's the nm Iter, old man?"'  "1 don't know, Let; I feel klndi of  quiet, somehow.".  "Sick7   Or something go wrong?".  "No; nothing of the kind It's jilst  sort jir nu attack of stillness, hut I  feel ib;ni good "  Let I Is Inngliml. "If It Wasn't yoiii  Red, I'd sny you were in love," ho  said.  It was well the barn wns dark, or he  would Imve seen a change wonderful  to behold como over the ex-puiicbor'n:  lace. "The lad has hit It," he aahl  to himself In nstiinislitueut; aloud he  grunted "luinh" scornfully, nud  iii'oiimimI himself for an unnecessary  jeke or two.  Miss Mattlo had noticed the "attack  of stillness" nnd Immediately tried lo  fasten the blaine upon Herself. What  hml she doneV Hhe conldti't recall  anything She remembered she Imd  suld Koini'ihlug nbout the way his hnlr  looked wllli Hie moon shilling on.lt.  I'crhiips he hml Inlten niicnhe at Hint  The remark was entirely complimentary, Inn sometimes people are touchy  ii lion l such things, stm, that wim not  the leant like Cousin Will. She must,,  have snld or done something, though,  Whut could It be? Oh, what a pitiful  memory that could not recollect an Injury done io one's best friend! HIio  tossed nnd wondered over It for it  long time before nt length 8ho f;'ll  iisU'cp  lted tiltni looked up nt the roof nml |  took account of stuck, Ills face wns  radiant In jhe iluru. "If I eonljl only  pull that on';" he thought, "I must  Hi'i'in nu awful rough cuss to her,  though, All rlijlit for a cousin, but  It's illi'f.'ri'iit when yon come to tho  other pi'i.iMi'ililiiii My .llinlny! I'll  ttilio a chance In tho morning nml llml  nut. anyhow!" s.-iji| ho anil, ensed In  itiltid liy the tlM'Mnn ot action, he tun  fliook bauds with Morpheng and was  proHniiily ilri'iiiiilng  It Imd iii'vi'c occurred to Hod Sunn-  dfci'H Hint in* wt't-t nl'riilil of nnyboily.  He oven ihui'liii'il whon ho got l.cltls  out ot tlit" way with u iiliinnlblo e\-  ,.,��������������������������� m,i nnvt tiin������iiliii������ 'I'lli'tl ho  Hti'mte brlnlilv hitn tho limine, bis ipms | I  linn on iiir. ops in a plump out mai out  iorin,  M������������������ Mutile l������wil;������>.| at hint wllh her  slow smite    "Wtiii Is It?" nho nuked,  lted swallowed his ipiostloo wholo.  "J    I    " ti.il    n    ititlf.   I,,it    witter   to  ���������huvo wiin." Htild lm. Then a fury  took li.'til nt lilm "Whnt the devlt  nm I lying like this for?" ho thought.  Ho exhorted himself to go on mid any  wlwt lie Imd to sny like n nmn, Init  tho oilmr Kill Siiiinders rofuscd to do  anything or iho wirt. lie took tlio ciip  of Iml witter most abjectly nnd lied  from Uio houso.    Me hnd to ahava  III.II. lllul i.i III* louty  lllld tlldlgllllllOtl  be turned Um* o|Kr.uioii mto-n clink*.  "Oh. Jlmliiy, limk nt Umt'." ho cried nn  tho raior ojuncil up niioilitr |nu1������of  llt> ������mhji>et. -riiet^'g n Hit nn Inch  lone! II I keen on nt this gait I  wui't l..i.*������* fa. i* i-iiitiign to roy jjoyl  iiniu.iii ie', ...i.... v.!u,t I v.'imt t.  il-������ W������ ,t nls tue? Wh:il tills me. II' V"U  SVli,. should l tie 'icarl of the nicest VKINTINO  ���������nmtmii timt v������er Inilll?    Sow, by all *    J  tbo Momion vm*. |i  |R������i right Inn.  tlw bmtee ������n*t  *������y   my  little fny   nt  -i������oo n< itir*- i I'lti sf������p hlM^tlngT'  Ooliwttin m-*vi*-i������ tbe tuts, and other  vrrwjt&x;**?' t*ntrtrmit*KKvm-*s*r*m-!W -*  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  V-ICTOiaiJi.���������CCMOZ        3KO-WTB  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. *n for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton Kuper,  and Thetis Islands when fre.ght cr  passengers offer. (0  Leaves N.nia.'mo VYednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Uay Comox and way pons  Leaves Comox Thursday. 7 a. m., foi  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m,, for  Union Bay Cemox aad   way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  , Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Satunia*,, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NA& AIMO - LADY  SM1TB   EOT)'IE.  S. S.  OOAN."  S.tilsjrcm   Vancouver  for   Nan mo  daiiy, except Suiida>s, al ^30 p.m.  Sitils (rem   Naaaiino   fer   Van ouver  dniK, except Sunnajs, at"7 a.m  ������  4'H*'l,l,*'l,'4"M"t't*l'-4-'i,'M,,*M'''I,'t-������  \     0. 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'  Ili.liitp* on locomotives ani rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  Cuni|.iiwiy hy any jioihou or \n>r  lions��������� axcupt 1 uiiu!iuw--u'. .'doily  (upliiliiUnl. Employers 'tn tuili-  Iac tiiilirtiiii*i*(il for ulknviiig huui-  j~~ Uy order  KUA-VCIfl  J)    LlTTIK  .Ml'IIH^Ot.  Get your Job Printing  done at tlii News.  fementst  *y  Every Tool  For tke  Farmer.  ~UJ������t,.J������|..^t..J..J^J.,j,  Walworth-Rolstori Co. m  H. So R0LST0N, Managing Director.  Vanoouver, Be C.  Prices   and  Quality  CunnW  Anderton, Ed. 0.' Jus. E.   and Peter Leo  Dormnn, P. ....    Anderton, John    Curtis James M  ....  Smith, Horace       .... ....  Creech, Harry   Wood, Thomas A. .... ....  AudertoD, Ed. C, Jou. C, aud Peter Leo  Flack, Samuel    Mornllo, Louisa       ....        ....  Cuiilter,Hillis       ....    Anderton, John       ....        ....  Vasa, Margaret       .... .... ..  Cly, Moria   _  Catey.T. H.       ....  MorWa  W. H.        ....   Piercy, John V, aud K. & N. By. C. ..  Fraser River Saw Mills        .... ,,  Mso,T.L.  Scott, Johu VV. ....      ....  ii      n    ii  Holmes, J. B. ...A     "..._____���������������  Sec E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, S. C.  ���������M������MH-*H*>''h'M'*M**H"M-"M*'W**r"'  : Cumberland Livery  ::and Feed Stable...  e m  0 ������  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  ���������W������rN*������<aMiili������-na������>mMNiBVHM������HWMl  PIRST : dyASS  RIGS : OK : A Liy  KINDS   INMNfterW*l������IWMni*WMMaM������UMMMmMUaMHW  wooa  and Coal  Hauled  ::  X  ������  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  .ww Kfowiiu in onr Niir ories  t.u lUc *\li i'    10,���������  UOOtWl'imi, A|ii'io< Nv-jturliiM,  I'hor-  1), I'll n, ������" ru, ..I, t'liir  "<���������!  Vpjila  ���������in nil leadioff miotics  10,000Oriimnentnl Tretm, in nil liHiliiij-  vu.'JeliwH for fl. U,  Strictly lioino u own nml not subject t  iliiniiiKd from fiiinijjntliin.  I     Stook nf Hullint'ifl-rliV In Aitirmf from  [ Japan, Krone*, im) llniluuri.  '      lice Suinilin., >' oi.ij  I uiiijim, Metnta, Kti*  f^-~      IW.ptiffftOATALOilUliFKKE.  j���������w** ������ i1 '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  '    Or������������-ihoiiifl������, Soon Hoium and  Ton*  } CtfltM Art; ro a,  ; 3010 V.'J.irxIIi.lXt'.ji V.OAD,  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMHKRl.AND,  H. 0  Wood's Phoipfcodino,  , The flr-,.1  llreH-A   flrmrtly.  ' 'I'uiiiM and Invlaortloallio wholo  AJNhE^S^muvoitJ m-itoiu. nmkci im\*.  TW-w,c-"������"|j'( -n| ju old Volimtjir.*-( jWv  out IkhUUu, Mental nnd Drum worry, lh:*.  pottdinrg, Bex-mi Weukiim*. AmUntoti*, o/Kf  ���������mntorrfin*t.,an<t Jtyrti* of .dlitmaw no-tiuU,  l*r|oo|I porli-ix, KlKfiirfjl,  i  THE CHARTER OAK.  ... .,... ieoi* i.   .  ....-..,..-    ......Ay*A, <iii������wlih.liui.i*o.i.x  will cure. Sold hy fait ilniiwliit'i or limlM m  Dlfllii uug. on rni'ulpt of iirfrc,  X,'ti< yi nn* liUt  itM.Mfrer..ibo Wood  Jermerlg windier)  ItiA'at liinlli  ,    jVl'l/' JJ'IMI  MtdtelnoCA.^^  Tor0ntn,OMi<  Belli Tolled and Funeral Dirges Played  When It Fell.  Tho charter oak of Ilurtford ww n  \rblto oak. Tlio Htory (foeH tbat whon  Jntfiou, duke of York, nscended tlio  throne of Kiiglnnd nnd sent Andros to  take owuy nil colonlnl clmrtora Con-  noctlcut nlono rufur,cd to atirreudcr  hers. Andros wiih furious ovor this  doflonco, and Oct. 31, 1G87, lie returned  to (bo assembly bull of Ilurtford wltb  a body of Hulillot'H nud iltniiiiuded lu-  stunt surronder tf. thu cluirtor, whicii  lay in a box on the tnble, A hot dis-  ciiHHlon followed. Kltmlly Andros  stretched out bis hand to kuIzu tbo  disputed paper. Then the cimdlos  More smyiouly extinguished, ntul tbo  PMpIo who hud rfntln'it'il on the street  outside nwhoil In ������ dlsoi-dorly crowd  Into tlio ball. Tbure xvnt a period of  wild confusion In the durk, mid when  tho candles worn dually rcllithled no  charter was to In* found. It had been  rontoved by Captain \yiidswortb and  concealed In tho ouk, wiileh over afterward bore lis mi mo.  Tho oak wns ovon tben old. "Wben  tho first settlers wore clearing tbelr  land the Indium* U'lwd that It might  lw apnred. 'It bns been tbu mililti nf  our nticoators for centuries,' they snld,  'us to tlio time of planting our com.  When tha leaves nre the slxe nf u  iiioiiho's oars, tlicn Im tho timo to put  soed Into the ground.' Tbo Itiilinns' re  quest wns Kninlcd. and llm tne, after-  wai*d beeoinlng tbo ctutodUui of tbe  lost charter, liii-uino fiimntm for nil  time. It fell In n windstorm Aug. 21,  185(1, nud so deeply was It venerated  tbat at sunset ou the day of Its full  tbo bolls of tbo city were tolled and a  band of music played funeral dirges  Nbrthey,"L. G.  Your.fr, C.N.    Marlntt, S. J:  Young, O.N.  Strange. T. W. aod Hat'ob, Jamci H.  TlininBoa, AgiitB P   Funy, Ira . ..  -  )  Bnri.B, Ofiviu H, .,,,       ,,  Willims, Mm, Bmni      ....  II I. u  ....  ��������� I II ,.    li  Fborts, Duncan W��������� K tate   ' ,.,.,  ICamloops Mines, Limitod  Wi-'phfc, A]i*x.       .......  39J acres of sections 1 acd 2, Comox.  Sectioug 65, 160 aores, " .  84,160 acres, " .  Lot 117, part, 17 aores, ������������������ ;  124, 160 acres,       " .  128,183 aores, ......     <��������� .  132, 160 acres,       '��������� .  161, 164 aores,       " ,  167,124 acrts,       '������ .  170, 122 notes,       ���������������  186,160 acres,      ������ .  Ncrtb eaut quarter, lot 17 of 186. 2 acres  Lot 187, 120 autos, Comox..  North half of let 188, 80 acrts      " ..  Lot 220,160 aorre,       ��������������� ..  221, 157 acres,       ������*  Pail of lot 226       " ..  Nelaon District.  h S. part of S.B i Seo., 32, Tp. I..  Undivided half of section 12,  Lot 26,          .......          ......  Newcastle   District.  Sec ion f,              ,������   27   Denman Island*  Wo������t half of eootb west coruer of aeo. 16  60 acres of S. VV. quatter i>f iee. 23  Hornby Island.  I*acti6n.<.f-SiE44,-4-EH-<>f-SrW-ri-eeo;6  NT. J Ti.w.J. 8ee.il, p.e.|,feo.l2,E.J of s.w.J  Sec.12, e. \, to. e. , of aeo. ISs.e.haeo. 17  Sayward District  &ot7, .... .... ......  ���������*   11, Mary Islind,  "  24,   .... ......  Hernando Island.  S. \ of lection 4, ....    Oort������s Island.  X.W. iofseoti.D 84,            ......  *.. F. i "      86,   Rupert District.  Soeiion 7, township 6,          N \V. } of flactii n 19, township G        N.E. i of section 24, towi'ship t)      S.K. ii itirt.nr of section 2i3, township    N. 4 4 N.J of ������<1 of sjo.24, & b������o.25 tp. 10  GoastDlstrlctRan-2*������. I.  Lut 274    Lit 275  10.00!  6.00  13.47  &00  4.80  5.40  9.00  6.00  4.80  82.00  4.80  .80  3.60  S.40  4.  9.00  3.00  1.50  2.40  , 64.00  W.20  ������46  2.40  1.60  .32  .44  .3.1  ���������4:80  880.38  19.20  817.76  10.80  aeo  4.80  3.60  8.24  13.8<l  12.80  12.81)  048.00  1S.S0  4.08  .80  .30  .67  .15  .24  ;27  .45  .30  .21  1.60  ���������V'4  .18  .12  .24  .45  .16  .08  .12  3.20  ^5  .25  -U  .10  -.24  $1.03  ^8  41.60  1.00  15.68  .56  .18  .24  .18  .40  ,G4  .(Vi  M  155.60  .6i  .20  a  fcs  it  it  ia  roTM.  ���������2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.00  3.00  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  a .of)  100  2.00  3.00  UOO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  200  118 80  8 80  16 14  5 15.  7 04  7 6T  11 45  8 30  7 04  35 60  7 01  2 84  5 78  4 52  7 04,  11 45  3 90  4 52  69'20  22 15  7 41  4 03  4 23  "704  878 7a  23 211  .TO 61  13 W  D78  7 04  f 78  10 64  15 44  15 44  15 44  805 5&  15 44  628  DATED AT CUMBERLAND, SEPT,, 4TH, 1008.  JOHN BAIRD,  OEPUTY,ASSESSOR anu COLLECTOR  CUMBERLAND. B   C,  ItEEB   BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionSrewerySeer  Drink- U. B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  Goto  vic������  a* 4u.ua.  i������..j������.  t*^*f...m. rs     a i* m '     At ibe tb\\c f,f 1t;i fntl 11^ clji-ui-Ai-r  wwWi Cota Koot Compound., mee m0 f00t fwm ���������,0 RroUm! wn-  ljo ifro������t Ui������riiHi Tonjf, aad i twonty-flvo foet, and Jt was estimated  o{ MnwRtliTXa.T, lit Nn.\  m^J    Md bf Villi  0MMMI COnf OM^TO, ONT. (J  to Iw over 000 }������art old.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIUS'MJMHH  CANDY, KRUITH,  OlUAIlrt A TOBAt:CO,S  T). Hunden  QOLLECIATE  POR  Tho I aureJa  SCHOOi  BOYS        L  Qelchor Street  Victoria, B C.  I'atrou mil  tu.; i.oitu ui.-iiiui'  Vikiiur,  OK CU1.UMUU  Henl U ,v|i r  I       |,������      t    < ?������!(������  fi>h  ,*.*i  e*. A.,   OAtviMi  ,.**,*i,i ui in.i* >,i4uu������u������ of tha Nwog-  oi/.������] Uuirtr.iuv* vf Ur������������t Unwiu aod U*u.  ltd*.  Il������if������rat������ Urnii for li.mnljTi,  ���������*>**���������������������������*     *A'W      *���������*-** *****  itntegut*, or m  BoTpt of wle  A,rW  WW  Oernurt-i  ���������eo.!  QMilligwiNiCo,  ^^������������������������������������^������������������4v >������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Tivn    im������!    Lif  Vancouver,  Be C.  F.ir Hi -j .4 ; <!ticltons i r  Fire Iti.stuattce rail nnd jjet  iiiu-s hm-iotc insuring.  Wesley WiUard  Ajjcnt fiit'the Royal  of MvcrjK))!.  A Model ttrvant.  Master-1Joro-or-haa uiy whats������^  nam* come}  Mnn-Yrmlr.  Master-yen-woll, then, bop over  to th-or-thitt club wltb tbe silly  namo :xm\ till Mr.������������������-���������*���������Ttilnguitiiiijr 1  ���������han't tm able to ftt np thoi-er-iini  ij'you mi':   AUil tlicu Hit hul.1 uf .W.i  book-ci'-Bitli Hi* ynllow cover ami  fcMk out a train t������~or-to-*er-������b joo  know I  Mta-T������etr,-r*n!wh.  Two Wise Oust.  Ibe ywiwif mnn ������*nmnllr mrim-iM  tbe cIswjtk frniii ltl������ %e*l pavbet nm!  pla������*i) t'tc/ii im llir* i 'it'.i'o 1'Ue.t h<*  OpsfMil ������it* ariT!** Htl t-w yontit vii  tfltA Ott Better In l'i.������ri. "fun." th.-  Mid Col^>, "Iwr* lnu'4 t������������r������f*.w  C  H  O  I  c  E  S  T  Candy  -AND-  fruits  .... I ��������� . .,, ���������*-%,** * **������ w������  i.u.������.4icol buildin������������,  gtottuot gym a linn,  uo  AI'PI.Y TO MKAI) MANTSK.  ... ...lei ������IM1 t|>*M-  nkwivo rtortatib  Cmttt (oipicrt������D  m season at  D. HUNDKNS  When In Courtenay Miy at  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience tor guottt,  Tbe Oeatioi Hot������l for ifkortemev  ������,,������������. L������; il* tle������i ml VV������o������*and l.������qw*ri  *t die tUt  RAttS RKASONAOLE  mtmmmrmrmmmmmrwmm  Jcli'i U^ti I n,    Pro.  Memmm^m\  8yaopsls  of GMadUn  Bo������ett������a<t  JUffUlations.  Auy available Domlniou LsoJa witbia  tlw It nil wuy Belt In liritish Colambls,  mny bo liomentsndoc! by nuy person wbo  is tbe sole lieml of n family, ur any male  over 18 years of nge, to Uie ettent uf oat  ijuoftor shoIIoo uf ICO O'jr.is. mors or lea  Katry must be nxtde pusooally at the  loos] lanil oIHoo for tbo distriot In which  tba land is situate, tiotry by proiy  may, however, Ue made on certain ot*.  Jitinn* liy the fathor, mother, eon, dauf b-  ter Irotlier or sister if am) intending  horn steaiI.>r.  Tlieliomettiiader is reiuireW to perform  the oonililious oonnrTttKl tliKMMitb  uuder onn of tlm followliiK jilnns'  11) At IsiNt tix tnontbs' r^riiloiice upon  audeiiltivaiiou of the lati<liii eaeb year  furthrm yrars,  (i't Tf tlm fnt Imr for mother. If th*  father iadecossfil), of the lioni-wt-atder  rt<*li|M n|iiii a firm in the deNty of tl.������������  Isndcnterml fur, tlm r#vtiir^MHt.te as to  ii-n.|(������ncc lino boiiutiartM by tuoli pereno  riisiJinK wiih tho fsllu*r or mother.  i'i) If th, atittler hit i hie i>t*r:'--,ii',������������>t re-  stilfiiita tnmn farmiiiir Innd temnd b\  Mm m the vicinity of bla hemniUad, ������h*  r'<|iiiit������n������n(e ������������ V>������ Trtai'-ieui* luwy i>������ Mt-  dtni by reMdenoe upon tbe anUl land.  Hit mnttth*.' notico hi writing MiouJd  tw iriten ti the Coiumfwiunrr of Ilcnui\>  Ion Trails ������' Ottawa ot iulentton to ap  V������y tv������f pnlen*.  f'o*i,���������('oal mining lights ro������y bo  ������*aed for a i*riotlof twenty*,*)*years  nt Att annual rental nf #1 j*t af re. Not  more thtn If*** "^rei eball lw leaned ������o  ���������oe inditrfdual nr ouropeny. A royalty  at *>,e rat* ot tire emnta p������r ton ������IthH Ii������  cuiknteil on the nntr' ftwtahte coal mined  w xt' r*ttnr  Ivi'iity of tbe Mteleter of ti." lutwrnr  Kit-TV������iithnrii������d pnl*4w������tlou t.f thie  ������'lvfrtn������������w*������)nt wiH uni tie paid for.  ., Me dtm-AY -t**t������C *  -    ^t  mmm* Hi  THE XEWS, OTOTEKL^ID, BRITISH COLUMBIA'.  ^.,o,'.y:-  *-.'<*3*^������������������������8������  til  ������  ���������t  *��������� '������-���������<���������*' ^ n  I rtf-T-l  s  ���������mzK^'esrimmeaXhmmirz.  % STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAMES  "y  '*/  1  ������  SILVER   MOUNTED    VASES.  II' in in I'd of anything in tlii? lino will bo pleased to i-erveyon.  _   Stoddart, the   Jeweler  a������������exs@������������������@&>  o  ICUMBERLAND TAILOR j  3 S. ISAKA,    PROPRIETOR $  g    ���������   . Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Oder 8  ������. from ������20 to ������35    All Work First Class |  |       Perfect Pit Guaranteed. g  ���������***'���������' 8  t������ 9  NOTIOE.  ���������s������@@@g*������������������������������������������@������������������@  I Funeral Direc-j  tor  and   Em-i  balmer  ot������6tde������*������c������eed$-9ft������ i  House Raising Re-  uewing   ::   Foundations^  Carefully Atten  e *"��������� to.  APPLICATION FOR.*- TRAKS-  KEEOF HOTEL LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given tlmt at  the next sitting of the Board of  Licence Commissioners for tho  City of Cumberland I- intend to  npply for a'transfer of Hotel I.i-  o'oneq now held byine on block 3  lot 5 Cumberland Townsito to  Wilson & Dram berg.  J. II. Bannkkman.  Dated Sept., 2Utli, li������08;  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.-" i  9  9  9  9  t  9  Caimtal. 83,900,000  Kkskuvk, ������1,300,000  Asskts,   ������46,400,000  Dbposws, 833,700,000  Invalids  "BOVRIL" quickly builds  up strength and vitality���������hence  the marked progress towards  health made by invalids who  take it. There is only  one gj  All parties owning cows are hereby notified that all bells "must be  removed from cowsduringprohibited hours, otherwise the pound  By-Law will be enforced.  By order of the City Council.  A.MclClNNoN,  City Clerk.  Cumberland,  B.C.  If the directorate will only remember tlmt  iu tliis way, unci tbiu'way only, can they  lift' rd to give biggor moiioy prizes to tlie  ntnehei-B, will earrfully consider the m*t-  turand not on tbo miKgestioii for the show  cf'lSOfl.  As for some of the sporting events ve  it nlil eupgeBt the following:   It will be  itvn thatoncli. of these events is imlcn-  Inf d to bring n large  number of Bjipeial  upi etn'ors whow llnst only pny for \riy. h  u>v iilrnl'liut   bIhj lu'lj)   to swell the ���������������  mo'n.it of mu' oy to he awn riled in pri/.-K  for u ��������� c'<, \*etetnbU-B dairy produce etc,  T'tdt O'War between Ooraox   IVinchers  ii'id. Comox Lo^tfuiH,   1'ng O'War 'be-  t.'Vcoii O raox   mid   tlio   Taliuul.   Tuk  o'lVnr l-etwten Oomox urnl Cumlmrliind,  Tii;i'tl'tVur between ono mine nnd ������n-  ollni' iiiioo.   Ttifr O'War 'between Cum-  Iimi'1 nd Indies and Comox ludion.   Jti-  JitiMi * on test. Ij.it woon four, or six Jnpau-  cs'lrii"   t'uinboi'ltiiiil.   Tug O'War bo-  tw.' ti Comox Jiipn'noB*   mul .Cumbor-  Iiuui.I piuieoo,   Log flawing oontoB',  Lo������  baiil'liij; oi'i'ti'Bt by pnir (f liorHon.   No  whip iiilowi'd.    These nre only HiiKKOst-  ion.i for M ���������> bi((K0r Bporting evouts. Bvery  ou ol' llii'in it will ba allowed would not  only pny for ilflolf but will also buy in  money to (,'ive im prizes in tbo stook exhibition.    TIioho benvier aveuto should  b vnrial by snub. Hporti ur tlie following:  (iirm'-i .ipping content. Flap-Jack turn.  inj,' wniU'iit^ for   biioliiilorB   only;   llur  ho d iijjeoiitiiflt. In this tbo content-uts  b ni< to hold mi iroo lur in tho right hand  Hlm?'' Iii huad,   Ibo una iiiimI ho rijd'l.  \\"-     iin-i* in *' ������������������ ton., tv' o hold-, tbo bar  Hi" 1 ���������������������������ififit.   Tlm looil hliekmiiitlm would  ��������� I i'.iii- i hnd tin* 'mm innl rlie wri'er in  HII r t" il l)it,������   tho iil'ii', ii, Ullt tlilllllliDlt  o-itm hy I uolioln.H. r)gg nnd h*iooii  no*, ������������������ n''r r ���������������'������, riircol.-n'ii'il iii-.'ijfi') yard*  pprinl, ."muiix vn ('iimlijiiliml,   The n  ll  f'lUr ii.'l* HM|,'h'. lHl'*l!H   ||;,.iil   which   ll  w 'I ni;| rt d HjMrlH coniinit *o nlioiihl ho  o'! hi i|i;ii-ovc vioy n.i oh. AU> thoio  ii.���������'!;.'.��������� Imi I 1 (if iii;,i |������"i)i|y imtll io Uu.  ���������I t'.rfilii'rl.iid *.tj'iit!f nnini'Hilou'ot  i' n - ho Ii'.l i.i' tin ktoM. Tliuue  . ������������������ ii .oid.I li ��������� jiIciihihI lo ffive the  ��������� lm- liiHiii'oi t������.ln, Uiiou ymi have  i i ui'i-i* .'.poi-jH tlmro n Ktill ft  ���������rut v <n ii"[ iul iirx'i- tn \w llttl'ildrl  A.'v ,��������� Imi' .i .'Titl'-ift nnd 114,'iin udver  I'm ; ���������>>t.'r**'nt������ii t ,t> |(ii.*i*| pnper find  .! .i |i iul uf inlvert'iimf your spoils.  'I ! ,ifv imr hj*nt������ iiiii of ymr' prize  fihn i* bor, nad net In'wener-d ��������������� if  ���������*'*" ���������   ���������  inn.   ituiutyjjiier.ttio friNii-  .   .. ,.,  .fi..- n, i   (,it   irdii.rf  ,   ��������� ���������:���������   , ' ..lure iln* kiMiiB llfo. .Shoto  ,   i i .. i*t'nrriy''t'4|h������n  bum he  " '"'  ''"*��������� ..'I*-  iv'ilJtilllHvl 111 IJfVt   i.������-ilR')  NOTICE is hereby given, that,  one month after the date hereof,  1 intend to apply to F, S. Hussey,  -Superintendent���������of���������I2olices~-for���������a  Licence to sell intoxicating Liquors by retail, on the premises  known as the Port Harvey Hotel,  situate at Port Harvey, on lot 498,  range I, District of Craycroft  Island.  Alvrkd Andrrws.  Cumberland,.13, C. August 18th 08  ������ 6  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Eresli  Butter and all kinds of Vegetable  Also for sale 5 good milch cows,  colt 2 yeas"old. well bred, and 20  tons of potatoes; will  sell  cheap.  Chiu Ykuk,  jy-j Sandwick.  Mr. and Mrs. L. JVIonnce and  family left by Thursday's boat for  Victoria.  ���������  9  "   r"     = Money Ordei,s===;  Rates.  S5 and under         ... 3 Cents  Over   $5 and not exeeedingSIO 6Cents  Over $10 nnd not exceeding $30 10 Cents  Over ������30 and not exceeding 850 15Cents    ������������������*.,.  Theso Money Orders nre payable witiiout cost in any   Cbnrtered  Bank in Oaniida.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  Mrs. T.  Bickle and  daughter  were   passengers   by  J>twtJa01ktmiaL_���������  Thnr  :sd������iy(  ���������'LAND   REGISTRY  ACT."  In the niatteV of an. application  for a duplicate certificate of tide to part (being, ono aero) of  Section IT, District of Coinox.  Notice is hereby given tlmt it  is my intention at the expiration  of one month from date of tho first  publication hereof to issue, a Duplicate Certificate of Tital to a-  bove hiinl issued to the Trustees of  the Comox School District on the  30th January 1873 and numbered  T-Ua.  S.  Y.  WoOTTON,  Registrar Genera].  Dated Sept., 22nd, 1908.  APPLICATION.  FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  Take notice, that I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Pro  vincial Puli^e, under the provisions of the Liquor Licence  Act 1900, and"amendments thereto, for a Hotel, Licence to sell in-  JoxkiitJJJ gJiqitojaJiy_MaiLiii^]je.  % A B:NETHERBY; *lA������A������***"..,t  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*0 ���������m*9999<t>99999**^99*$9'*>94>*>  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mflDB TO   0������*DES flflD  IN ANV STYLiE YOO UJISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  C U MBERLAN D,  B. C.  Mrs. T. Ripley left by Tliurs-  day's boat, for Vancouver and returned by Monday's  boat.  Mrs. J. Piket and Miss C,  Piket left for Victoria by Tliurs  day s boat.  I   CVHBEBLAB  m.*#  Painting, Paper Hanging, ICalsornin  in������������ Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  Pries Lw06re than Elsewhere Good  Wcrksii  Leave Orders, at J. McPiiee & Sr.ns  Courtenay, B.C.  "Wlvi. Joe llitdsoii and children  left by Thursday's bont for their  home in Vancouver.  Mrs. C. Brklges, of Sandwick,  was a passenger to ' Victoria by  Tlnirsdny's boat.   +-    -  Mr. and Mrs. P. Acton arrived  mine from Victoria, by  Monday's  boat.  Mrs. James Knight, of Camp.  ioi! IlivtT, was a passenger on  Monday's boat   from    Nanaimo.  premises known as tlie Lome Hotel, situate at Coinox district,British Columbia,  Dated tin's 29th. day of Sept. 1908  Fl.oKK.WK MAKV Oui'Tli.  Ill   v  n:i|.  ml.  ti'  "When the oven of a ltaiigo  fails you. you might as well  be without the range.  The iivon of the Oxford  Chatu'i'lloi', isa masterpiece,  It is ns Hourly perfection  as nu ovtoi miu lie, The hoat -  intr is even from side to sidti  and fi'ntii buck to front.  Top, l������ii< k and front are of  uniform thickness and asbestos lined.  A (H'l'foi'uted loose steel  bottom is phii'i'd above the  shoe!-it'nt bottom. This as-  surt'i* a li'vil *-iirl'ii('c.  The i ������\fi������i'd Cliuiietllor is  Mrs. LoFpi'i'dnntl I'aiuily arrived  hoino by Monday's boat.  APPLICATION FOR TRANS  PER  OF  WHOLESALE   LIQUOR LICENCE.   o  NOTICE is hereby given that  at the next; sitting of the Hoard of  Liceiu'.i" Coiitiuif'sionors for the  City til'Cumberland, 1 intend ti  npply foi' ii trnuifer of wholesale  liquor liconce held hy ino on Block  2. lot 8, Cumberland townsite, to  Ciali Mussatto.  FRANK DA1L03.  Ciimboi'land, Sept., 16, 100*.  "   .        . ' ���������*-��������� : k  I am not going, to Prince Rupert or Vancouver; I am g*  ^ stopping right here and 'selling my goods as cheap as they ������  can be bought in,tlie East-or any where, ������  |  (i)  . BlolEASg.  IS)    ��������� is)  Mrs. O, 11. Peclinor l������������ft by  Thni'Bday'H bout en route for England,  lor sale  .'-if "  ^  ...iSi^fapaji  i '^''^rnr^'.'^ftV^^TM  ' f......  -'. ���������     "'r-'mfS. ' '''���������'       '"in  '���������iV'M^-Jfi^'Wf-J.^MWafif/  .*ijW������l������^-Mftv>tv������W^a������ '"  I'OUCK court  Anthony Johnson, diurged witli  wounding two Cliimimt'it, wits  fined a totnl of $!i0 and costsw  in default llireo months in jail.  Accua'd wits prosecuted by P. P.  Harrison.  NOTICE  All those having claims against  the estate of the late C. JWdWck  arc requested to file  thom on  or  before Sept.   19th,   11)08; after  which 1 will proceed distribute the  estate to ihoso entitled to sunie, '  Wkm.ky Wn.uinv  OfHciul Atlniinisirtitor.  r*>  %  ������^������������^^^^^<������������^-t<).O<������^������������������<^tl>^^^^0^^<������^*^.^  I BUTOHBBSHOP  Whore nre yon goiiiK? 1 nm going to tbo Coni.x Oo-opentlivo Moat  Market, whoro loon f-ota Nioo, Tonddr, Juicy Haunt ot Meat: Xo llouo,  All Moat.  Comox Co-operative Society, \  R. Webster, Mansger.  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4 ���������<>��������������������������� ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  WW  r  v  n  Union  There is a rumour thai the  I'VitH'r Piver Liimber Company  nro about to stiirt building their  railway in two wvckn time ami  piobitbly a large force of men will  lie employed,  ���������<i ���������       m*    The new telephone lino todttnp-  hell   River,   was   eonimewed on  i'-.  ��������� 1   '^^ ;*  T'l,* IJ*v .hiiiti U ib*titi,'nf Nttu  nini >, Pre-i l.*.it <if I', t^,  Cunfcr-  eir.v, will preach in ,(irn������-o  Mcth-  rn\i������i   tJluireii   .Stimhy. 0<-t , llli.j  inariiHiuini'l cvcn:ii������'. .Mr llolmou:  '.|-.'i..      rn>-pt���������������(*        Pi-lii'    et    I] ���������)(''*  <.'|iur*!i nnd bin   immy IneitiU ������iU;  1r.������ p.- ;*<������������������! t*X f4������   llifll   jignitt. j  m*^m  i''4*^***���������r'*0*-**-m**  iii  Ag^Jrlttmmmmm*-^ .,  f*W.,   /; Tj ,'*),  ;������.���������������*. *"f<,  ���������"   i������rr'  \ f(J|| Ijh--..?  HSfcitM",   Con-'  f,.,un**, Pit ov. Ci   -���������*. I' 'i;*,,.'i.  nt I    Ki'U*r b������vti     ���������'ini'-   ���������>'   tl  IJij'it Pri'*������   KtiriiitN o    Stor������. ���������:  *I*M  Z For Safe h Cumberland  byT. E. BATE,  Magnet Cash Store.  MAKBf VOOK .AKtCutJwr.  ujuuuk vuch ftiftcuk i a uutn.  MAK8S VOUR BUNS UOHT.  MAtniiv������������.������ (.AHORttOHT.  lUKCSVvt'K KK^CNflesuoirr.  Oreat Item t*m* Crater.  e.w.QiLLETT t?::ir0  TOH0N70.OMT.  The Ciiiiibei'laml (inn Chi'i are  holding their annual ball and  gaiiio tinnier next Monday night.  NOTICK,  The Comox Agricultural anil  Industrial Association are cullins.'  for tenders for the supplying ol  Refrcuhiiiontr', Tea Cream, Etc.,  to be on the (Irounds, Coniliviny,  not Inter than 11. a. m. Friday,  Sept lSth.Jls,  Tender* to ho handed or fi'tit f������������  i tiit; airuii.iiion .>ei;rouiry,   i\.  ������l.  hiiupiuiHi, mil Inter liian ti |i.  in.  Sept. lath, t\H,  X, J, Snoi'r.ANtt  Sntidwlclc II. O.  TAKK NOTICK llml (SO Any* atb-i  il.'ilc, F intctnl to npply tit tlm I lun.  Chief (Vinniiiimioiii-i ul Lninlii it ml \fnrkf  tor n \miox of tlic foreiltore (if Dduiuoii  JelHtirt, \l. V., ������lft������irili������l nn fii'lowm-  t'onijiiwiuiti ft ������ p'i������t j'liititeil nt the  *mith.������������*t c-trtmr nf ttm frftct<oml north  *������,t <\ier oe <-t Kftioii 5, |ii-<i*Ai',i\|������'iind,  H. ('; ttKMw wr������,t 4tl oluiu.; llitnn n ftr.  lOclii'Ti ; tin li'-c . a I i7 .!..(. a ..nr������ tt  \*n������ to IM* hiiilnvntc- ni rli; i'nett-e tii*  lou-ii:,* t''i, rii.Uwi������ii������>i ff tie f������ *!..!������-  ml ������* it t'omn I������;^������.l, t<< pit <il r.iiu  nw*r������*M!������ri������*������'i,������-"���������������* ������ ������������<h* )***nertm tit*r**'i  I. ���������  IlatNl IK'Wuinn lalMid. K tl July*', TB  H X.\KAM������  K, Kuril, Atrnl  We offer for sale until Nov. 1  20 SnHi*������s  :;  ll OF OCR. STOCK fl  $ioo Each.  at par value,  payable at  the  Koyal Bank of Canada  Cumberland.  No o-������cj*������''M(������ fan hold wore thin two slimes.  D. HAGGAKY, Scctctary.  ^l  d! 1T&J7  SALE OF  LANDS  FOR UNPAID   DELINQUENT TAXES  IN THE COMOX  ASSESSMENT  DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  I hereby give notice that, oh Friday, the 9th day of October, 1908, at the hour of 11 o'clock  iu the forenoon, at the Court House, Cumberland, B. C��������� I shall sell by public auction the lands  hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1907, and for interest, costs and expenses,^: ���������,  eluding the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  NAME Of PERSON ASSESSED  SHORT DESCRIPTION   OF PROPERTY  DELIQUENT   TAXES  Sinters of St. Ann           ....     .... 30i aorce of BOOtioDd 1 and 2, Comox.,,  k     ������i        '*....         ....           Seotions 05. 100 noreB, "    ,,,  Anderton, Ed. C.'Jus, E.   snd Peter Loo      *'    84,100 acres, "   ..",  Dorman, F ....  (Lot 117, part, 17 bowb,  Audorton, John  Curtis Jamos M.  Smith, Horace  Oreeoh, Harry  "       ������������������  Wood, Thomas A.  Audorton, Ud. C, Jos. O., nnd Peter Leu  Flnuk, Samuel .  Mnidllo, Lonlis       ,  Coulter, Hlllls  Audorton, John       .  Vuih, Maigarofc      ..  Oly, Morin ,.'.,  Cuoy.T. H   Morton W, II         ....  Pieroy, John F, and E. A N, Hy, 0   ....  ....  ....  11  1,  11  Franor Rlvor Saw Mills  KhLo, T,L   Hoott, John W.  11     H    11  ��������� ������������������>  ....  ....  ... 1  Holmes, J, B,  Northsy, L, O.  Vounff, 0, N.  MatUtt.H, .1,  Youug, 0. N.  ��������� ��������� ��������� I ������������������  ���������������������������#t������  ������������������������������������ ������������������ ������������������  f ��������� ��������� t * ��������� * t  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� f  ��������� ��������� ���������  Strango. T, W. and Hatoh, Jatnos H   Thomson, Agnes V.       ������,,  Furry, Ira .  llurns, Oavln H. ,   WillU'mi, Mrs. Kmma         n (���������      11  11 ii      11  RbertR, Duncan W., KttaU  KamloopB Mines, Limited  Wright, Aki    ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ������������������ 124, 160 acres,  ������������������ 128,183 acres   ������������������ 182, 160 acres,  ������������������ 161, 101 nores   ������������������ 1(17,124 inns,  "  170, 1221101 OH,  ������������������ 185, 160 nores, ....  Xcrth ei\A qnaiter, lot 17 of 180, 2 aorea  La 187, 120 mires, Comox,,  North luilf ui li.t 188, 80 aorta      "   ..  Lot 220, KKIuoiiB      '���������   ..  221, IttTii'Tib,       '"  ,,  I'll t of lot 225       '������������������ .,  Js, J. S. part ol S.K, I Soo,, 32, Tp. I..  Undivided half ot section 12,  Lot2fl,    Newcastle   District*  -looilou C,                i.      07  Denmun Island.  Woit half of mititli wost corner of seo. 10  00 nores of H. \V. quaitor uf ioo, 23,.....  Hornby Island.  Fraction nf ei.K. },\ A l<). J i,l 8. W. I soo.O  K, J n.w.i.st'O.U, e.fl.i.noo.rj.K.l of s,w,-j  Bee. 12, e  ., n, a,, ot too, 12 so. J, ������������o. 17  Saywnpd District  Lot7,    II, Mary Island   21  ���������*, ......       .... ,.  Hsrnundo Island*  8, i of seotion 4, ....    Corts* Island.  N.W, i of seotion 84   S. K, t "     80, ,,,,  Rupsrt District.  Heoiioo 7, lowDRliip 0,          N.W. | nf wifltinn 1ft. tnnnshinft  N.K. i of section 21, township 0      B.K. qunrter of seotion 20, township   N. t ft N.J or 8,J of seo.24, & gco.25 tp. 10  CoustDlstrlctRanss. I.  Lit 874    Lo������275           I"  n  *t < s  s i- o  16.00  0.00  13.47  8.00  4.80  D.40  9.00  6.00  4.80  82.00  4.8U  .80  11.00  2.40  -1.80  O.llii  il.llll  1 .no  2.40  04,00  10.20  5.10  2.40  1.80  4,80  880,28  10.80  817.70  10.80  noo  4.80  8.00  8.24  TX**it  12.80  12.80  048.00  13.80  4.08  .82  l  ll  i5  TOTAL  ,44  .33  $1.08  .08  .80  .80  .67  .16  .24  s27  .45  .30  .21  1.00  .24  .01  .18  .12  .24  ,45  Mi  ,0H  \12  3.20  ,05  .25  .14  .10  .24  41.60  1.00  16.88  ,60  .18  I  .24  .18  .40  r-l  M  .04  160,60  .64  .30  2.O0  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,<i0  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  918 80  8 80  10 14  6 15  7 04  7 67  11 45  8 30  7 04  35 00  7 04  2 84  5 78  4 62  7 04  11 45  6 IS  i)f)0  ���������U-W  00 20  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  o M  2.00  2.00  Ci! IB  741  4 08  4 23  7 04  878 78  23 23  3115 04  18 04  6 78  704  6 78  2.00   10 04  2.00  aoo  2.00  2.00  200  16 44  15 14  HOfc&O  128  DATED AT CUMBERLAND, SEPT., 4TH, 1008.  JOHN BAIRD,  OIPUTV ASSESSOR and COLLICJ  CUMBERLAND, S.C.

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