BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Cumberland News Dec 14, 1909

Item Metadata


JSON: xcumberland-1.0177029.json
JSON-LD: xcumberland-1.0177029-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcumberland-1.0177029-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcumberland-1.0177029-rdf.json
Turtle: xcumberland-1.0177029-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcumberland-1.0177029-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcumberland-1.0177029-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array /.  -.../- *��������� I  /  ^A  ���������i  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Compx District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, DEC. 14, 1909  Subscription #2.00 a Year.  frrafiBMawMB*'^^  Me "BIG STORE  Olxv Display Of Christinas  T������ys& holiday Gift Goods  . . ARE NOW READY POR YOUR INSPECTION''. .  comprising everything desirable and attractive for Christmas  and New Year's presents   ,   .   .   . v."  .   .   .   .   ���������   .   .'..,  To make buying, at our store���������THE BIG STORE���������more  interesting, we are giving away  THREE BEAUTIFUL.PRESENTS  For every dollar cash or credit & pent*, in our store from  Deo., 11th, unlil-.Xmas eve, ton o'clock wfien the dnnving will  take place a ticket)-'will be given, entitling the purchaser to  one chance of tha following reliable prizo?:��������� . -0  *k  nm.mtmim'nvitwienatnmimmu ���������  1st Prize���������Gent's Handsomely Engraved gold  filled Wucth & Chain.  A watch anyone would  be proud 10 carry.  ; Valued at'$25.00  2nd* Prize��������� A   Beautiful  Dressed Life Like Doll  jointed   body,   i������61den  hair and skepi tig eyes,.  Valued at $15.00.  3rd Prize���������A vmr"et.yl.-sh  extra -fine' Murmot  fur.  boa, trimmed with six-  tails, and lined  with  heavy brown eat in.  '      Valued at'$12.50  TWO   PRIZES   GIVEN   AWAY   -AT THE���������  mAG&CET Cc4SH  /  **  ���������**  ^���������������,f������.i ���������w,nztirfKiM:*e*,m*i-i*j*t:m*in  Come in and look nround ami see alt the attractions, it  does not matter whether you buy or not, we shall be  glad, to see you. ...  iser & Co., Ltd,  SJttMffi3vEf^ffiJaB3B53faEa    ,.:���������<��������� ���������r-ASU'"'-'--'  ttMtKwrtjroWM-ii������*\i������MPMifiu������w ��������� BUfc-rniwi w* neminw^watfe  f  Our Grocery Dep't.  ie now complete in all lines, in-.  eluding' New Currants & Raisins  Figs, Dates, Nuts of all kinds,  Hon-Bons, Candy, Malaga Grapes  Oranges 8z Apples.  JUST TO-HAND  A Kino Lino of Ladies' Silk .Illohstin mutable for Ximis,  (iifm, GIovoh, Tiee etc  FOB G-E33SI"TLB3Vvd:E.'N"  Silk  HiuidkoreliinfV, Woven, Tien nml   Braces,  WALKOVER SHOES both for Ladies ft Gents.  YOUR   INSPECTION   INVITE3D  J. McPhee & Sons,  qUi  asnsssat! ajtsajflSBn bssobbq  *_*Ajemmim4*ne+m*m**^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Pre winy Oompuii)V> BKKR and  PORTKU,      Wholesale Dealt*.*- lit all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  For every 50 cents cash paid  for   every-.:  thing or anything you buy from us  entitles you to One Ticket.  1st prize, best doll made, vat. $15  2nd  "handsome doll, _^v $10  '"^^liF"largesF~ancl~~best selection of  Xmas Goods in the District for you to  choose from. Come early and youbELohoioe.  USEFUL GIFTS  But two weeks remain in which to do your Xmas;  buying, See that you do not leave it to the last minute  but come early, get the best selection and service, and  avoid the crush on the last few-days.'  ���������% ;';  .. ;'   - PARTIAL LIST���������:    ;.:  Dressing Robes, House Goats, Fnacy aad K.m't*������'i Vocte, kfooba ond  Kid Glows, unlined. silk or ixir liued. Irish Poplin nud Silk Heckwoer,  Liuon ;*.nd Silk Handkorcliitfft, plain <\t initit.!, Mexican Hand Dr;:<-c,  Sideboard fciciiw and 1Y<! Cloths. . Lii'-iea' ai d iiin'ts TiaoGrad-- Um-  * l)j*oll������i', Lndies'Haiul Jiiij,'* fiii'ii-*'l'urses. indits* Silk Blouoes id block,  cr*--um and ecru.   Natty Shoes for Mon, Wouiea uud Cliil-iren.  J. K MeLeod  "THE STORE OF PLENTY"  Diinainuii* Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C  Jl,  MwrnuuiH  Red Letter Day for Ldh-  enbur^:Presbyterians.  ---'-'���������'""���������"   f , -  Commodious Church Edifice O-  pened   And   Dedicated   for  Worship���������Interesting Sketch  01' (lie Founders oi tiie  Early Church,  Lunenburg, Nov. 31.--The  Presbyterian Chinch which has  been closed for thg past six  monihs, waa formally opened,  and dedicated for public worship  today, Dr, Forrest and Professor falconer assisting the pusior,  Rev. D. A,-Framedin the opening, service. Here follows a  sketch of the various pastors and  ihe ])iogress ol the church under  their ptuorate, which for luck  of space we omit, until we come  lo tho.-e of most recent date,  Rev. I). McUillivray succeeded to the pastorate in May, 1S01,  aud his regime lasted for twelve  jenrs. He wns a ninn of amin-  ble disposition, gentle and pleasing i.i maimer, and yuve m<������-.t  liberally to all charitable objects  His sermons were methodical,  and inU'iestiujr, and at times nlo-  quetit, Alt'. .MeGiliiviay was au  ardent advocate of missions, and  his iiuiiiy friends reuu-mlier liiin  for his many ^ood qualities, mid  his sterling Christian clmraotpv,  Prostrated under a severe attack of capillary bronchitis, lib  people uffvi'ud lo supply the pulpit rniil jiivi1 liiin -jIv !?;-v:;!: '  travel and recuperate, ami return  to them again; and failing in  this, they gnvu him a humbomt*  parting ^ia���������expressive ol their  good will and npprcHntimi.  The Present Incumbent.  A umgregationsil meeting was  heiiiodilie 25th day oi dull,  1904, and the mantie fell upon  R v. J). A. I tame, formerly oi  vVaibiee. N. ,S., Mr. Frame w..s  inducted iuto the. p;i!,ti������vate on  the saint* uur, aud has prove! 1."  be a faithful expositor of the  Scriptures, an energetic and pop  lllar pastor, and the eonfjregn-  tion and all the brauches of the  church service are iu a flourishing condition.  City Council.  Tlio City Council mot in regular session on Monday ovuniiig'  last, there being prenent Alder,  men Uickl.o, Bute, Duuiols, Stow-  nrt anil tho llnyor,  The iniiiiiteB of previous moot-  ing wore roud and adopted.  K, Price's bill of $;H)0.00 for  '.eowor siirvey, '.nis brouglij up muJ  dise.iiKiiod   iti*   being n.\ei>g������iv������,  A b'ttci* of tlinnks was received  from tin*   LiulyKinitli ndief com-  uiittet-*, which   ifiids   hh   folio.*���������>:  ��������� ��������� ���������  The Mayor, Oiinilierliind. H, C  Dear Sir:-  1 am in n!(!('i|)tofSl!}flJ-,0()  forwui-dwl to mu by the lioynl  Hunk,   of     \tiiii*      eily,     to    im  ���������' */ -  nppliwl to tlm IMM Fond,  On holiulf of tbo Coiiiiiiitii'i*,  phmi-o ('.stolid to your Htizi'in-,. tlin  lumilii'Ht tliiink;* of this eoiniiiuiii  ty lor tbo vory gHiun-oiirt eontri.  biitfon towiirds tin** reJiiif of tlio  siill'ering.   J-'t-p your intoi iiinlion I  GHBISTMA^GffTS firfflelnMiifey)  A Store With a Reputation For fine Goc/fs  Everyilitnp; essential lor Clnietmasi tr-ide al -price.? ,'  'tbat will��������� please you, y011 have to buy,then, why not  br.y where yo:t caw eet values ubovo tbe average?        _  ~���������~~~^TT*tWTC������T^YMFFurcl^sFiigTF^        Moment  Buy Early, and'Have a Opod Selection.  /DIAMONDS,   WATCHES,   JEWELRY.  Nest 'floor to thrRcyai Bank, Cumberlanu  A&  would add. that tbo toinl fund to  date is now -'14258,  Y011 rs faitiifnlly  I, M. Dogez,  Treasurer- Relief Fund  Constable Gray's report, seavon  ge,i, *-.$l]2.75; night watchman.  S7OJ0O; polico court-fines f.lB.OO;  bull rent ������8.00; sewer agreements  #���������������,00  Awoiuits, Wnter, 818.35, H.  Crawford 630.85; Electric light  $43.05; R. Grant & Co. $634;  Oimipbell Bros. &6.00. U. H,  Tarbell 83.25.'  City Clerk MeKir.iion was ap.  pointed returning ofliccr for civic  elections.  NOTICE.  ���������mmm$)m*m ������������������������������������*'****������������������ -  ���������N OTIC IS is beiMby given tb.it  iipbUeatumwill bo made to t!.o  Parliament or Canada at the i-e\r  Sob&ion * thereof for 1111 Act autho ���������  i'/.iiipthfi Viwnuuvev Jsl.-md imd  Kitslorn Kail way Company to ftiii  struct, equip and nporate 11 liuo oP  railway from a point at or rear  Seymour IS'nrroWi* on Vnneonvcr  fslandin a northerly direction nud  by tho .most feasible routo to a  point on Quatsino.Sound Vnncou-  ver li-land, in exin.^ion oi Iho  liucrn of railway authorized to ha  constructed by tho Aci of tbo  I'lirlininont of Cntuida pnwil in  the Session 7-8 lvlwnrrl VII Cfup  tor 107 and iniil.led; "An Act to  Iiieorpoiuui tlm Vancouver Jshnol  The   Local   Option   vote in  this constituency was, as follows:  For, 434! nnd Eastern Railway Company'',  Against 4V������' 'i"d i.pp-yliig the provision* of 1 in.,  U'-'ild nhove-ii'imed  A"*   to th*- *"���������", ���������  extension inid for tbo e-mtifiu.-tiii'ii  *., >  ������������������ ���������m-i-  .JIAKKUil.)--At Hm |������w������-  ngn by the Rev. H. S, 'IlastingH  011 Due.. Silt, Mi*b Mary Keo.i to  Mr, .Juliu McDonald.  ��������������������������� ~<)������ ���������" ������������������"." * 1  STIIAYKIV-Ulack and white  eoiv niiil e.tlf; uow uinrk'������d C. .  Apply to ���������'. I'. Davit, Comox.  Dwuer can have saiuj   by pi������yin;{  cSpOIIHeri.  'HIRTH���������At- Cumberland, on  Tiie-liy, Deeeiiibnr,,7tli, to Mr.  and Mr.--, T. H, Date, a daughter.  of tlio elinttor of tliti udd Con.ii!,i.\,  ������nd for an uxtrmsion oi ihue lor  the coiniuonei-inent of eoiihlriiction  and comp'.i'iioii of llm t-aid liin> of  'vniilwiiv by   tho  i-nid  nboiit-nici,.  1 ' 1  tinned Aat nnthortaH lo in* 1* ni-  triifi'-il.  1).Vn.\* nt Victoria, UritiWi  Col'imbiiJ. tljic nit;( liotith th\ td  Oistiiliorr A. D., )!)()b.  V, V. ItOXXK,  Holicitor for ti,,* Appll *n< tn,  1'. O, Uox I Vic.torii, V,. ('.  CTttaogaBaaac^iuitti  1  ���������  M    1  Grand Prize Drawing on Xmas Eve.  I   |  HOUR   U&tWUlA-   PTilXHtl   OiVEN   A WAV  FirBt Prize, Lady's Drew Ungtli C!it:3ce 3-'roni Htav'*  fcicenniH'rl/.", L,ai.Iy\4 tihtutM.'. val-iw ,,  Third IM/*- Ct������'ntU"���������"ii*t* 'V.���������r*j<  Jejuni) i'ria*', |*(in;y Vamt   With Kitch i-'o mr l'ur li������������������ in Our rt to- Vvb   et Cc<i,'.  Vou to it Ofcwjttt ���������>������ fcli'ItKR OF THA FOUH IRlZlAi   fl������H..^t)  ii'.. V41U1C IR.OO   vtikcj ^.^.OO  Vn.   'in   a  'H.t.'..''   *A':niih  lir.tjti������������  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  Shop Eiirly While the Stock is Uittr Aborted.  Campbell Bros.  CUMDKRLAND  B.C.  sEsrAjuzaaj:;  -TE  ^y.'Il^n^Tl;in,^llKxz:^  'i  TT.rw-TWii-r.f'S'^  II TTTT?   NEWS.   rUMB^eiANOlriTlSH   COLUMBIA.  2^7  '^ ��������� '.-WS  UUlilUOl  -JiH  i^su-'d   Every   T ;es 'iv  1 y   the  Corraox   &   Cumberland  Pub ishing   Company.  This* paptir* will iot liobl itself  (vspoii-iihle for tlie opi/ii������������iisof oth-  ������������������rs, ns may appear in i?s columns  *m-omi time to time.  TUK"! DAY,     DICC.  11)011,  !):���������. I). E. Kerr, dentiA, will be  ji- Comox Sept., 2Slh to'Vb������ (50th.  t'n'.irtciirty Oct., 1st io 10th, anil  Cumberland 10th to a 1st.  NOTICE  . ii'very Monday and Tuesday I  will be in towfi to deliver Fresh'  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will  fell cheap.  ,-Chiu Ykuk,  Saudwick.  J : ��������� : ���������  TAKE NOTICE tint 80 days  after date I intend to apply tothe  Hon. The Chief Commis toiler of  Lands for a license to pro<j)ectfor  ' coal and petroleum on in .-md under,  the lands situate on tho foreshore  of Rupert District iimiv partie-,  nbtrly described as follows:���������Commencing at a0post pburcd at the  South   "West   corner   of   Section  ���������Twenty-four  [24]  Township (2)  ~ilTTinr^iftttl-JDtetri,eti~rlipnT?e-SoHth'  Sixty-four (04) chains more or less  to tbo North West corner, of Lo)  Twenty-five [25] Rupert District;  thenee West following the sinu-  ositles of tbo shore lino -at high  watermark to a pointsevonr.y.four  [74] cnains due west from the  easterly boundary of the. lands  hereby applied for; thence North  .Fifty-eight (58) chains more or  luss to the high water murk on tlie  shore of Section Twenty- ihree [281  .Township Two (2); iIumich cast  ^oveiii) -four -74- chains more or  ', lesa to the point of commencement,  containing Four hundred and i'iftv  O a,  -450- acres more or less,  Dated this 21stday of  Aug. 1HQ0  H. CL S. IIkisticuman,  Piciioy Coi.m.vh,  Agent,  SSSSummSOCSX e  Cook's Cotton Root CoiBpomwl  .only safe effectual MohUOy  'Regulatoron tvhicHiwomeit eau  depoiKli.Soldln twee electees  of streSBtK-No. 1, $1 { No. &  10 degrees stronger, f3; No. 3,  for special oases, 85 por box.  Sold by all druggists, or &>:*  prepaid on receipt of prlpe.  , ^������.     Froo pamphlet. Address j TM  COMOX    ASSESSMEN!'     DIS*  TUICT COURT Off HEVI-  SION AND  APPEAL.  A CO IJ KT CI' KKVr-HFMN' AND  r\ AI'I'KAL under 'he inoci-ioiifr  of tlm "Assessment Act" io|i'-eiiaf,'  tb'." AHMiasment H(dl*i fo.''I e year  11110 will bo held for ihr- ilomox  Ah o-M)i"iH D.suiul at tin* Coun  1!,*"��������� **, ''umlierlnnd, on 'IiohhUv,  3ill li Incumber, 190!), a< u,������v������n  o'ebick' iu iho forenoon  IhmA ut.Cumberland, H.C., 2flih  November, mm.  JOHN HAIKU,  Deputy A -I'SHur  COMOX LAND DISTRICT  T<ik������ itoti-������ thnt Ono. W Doino,  of t'omox, H 0. lumberm.tii In  ie ns id apply for pern *������0'-n to  to li-������r������ithe f.i|biwhin(le"irl'i!. bit"  vi or������:- ��������� Ci.u.iiienciu^ ni ������<i l'"-l  pinned nl hiylMttie'iniuk * n tbo  Hoiilb **hoie, at Ibe mull) r-*--i cor,  i vt tti mi  ,>7, '!������.,i.t   Ja- ���������"  !  0 lo (, r ��������� hwfi.- I.M' *'<���������' D ' "Uth  H.fU) lf*< t'-WU Wl'ct I'-iiir-r ol  t f lot He, Ihence wen hundred  [IhD) feKvn ������It,ihence nre I ulf [\]  k, ,,' >.-t ', ft"- ��������� i, 'ion rttut 'i o, \\,e  pnei-,1 iiiii.nn-iicciiieiit nnd con*  tnu inn di ui , forty (40) aeres  lm.re or lm.  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in.���������heir ads, not later  than Monday, as this will onable  the printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tues  day.  June 2nd,1909J  foreshoro Leas������.  Comox District.  Wedding Invitations,  Visiting Cards,  Business Cards,  iMemoriam Cards,  Letterheads Billheads   J  ihow  Cards,  Handbills, Dodgers,  Circulars, "Envelopes, -  Dance Invitations,'  Ball   Programmes,  Circulars, Menus  Receipts, etc. etc.  Wood's rhoflpb.oaiaey  The Oreat EnnlisA  Remedy.  TcJiie^aija'infrlffdrtwptho.-n-lJuJo.  nervous system,  makes   new  'iilood in old Veins. Cures A'erv-  oi*** Debility, Mental and Brain Worry, JM.i  ���������ponuencif, ^italWeakiiess^Kiniain-ms, Slier  rug-gists c  plain pka on rbcolptof price,, rffewvmm  mailed free.  Tho Wood Modicln* Co.  iformerly Windsor) ,1 Toronto, Onl.  -.-.���������' -*������i  'Dunsmuir Avenue C U M B;E R LAN D  jggT No necessity to send yourjprinting out of towu, as  you can see from the above list that we are fully  prepared to cater to your wants for anything you may  need in PRINTING,  November  For Fall Planting  Imported  BULBS  FROM THE      ES .  FRENCH    HOLLAND   AND  JAPANESE GROWERS-  HOME   GROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits; English Holly  .  ������������������ 6ro\vri in the only part of tlie  American continent not infested  witlv the San Jose scale. Oar  trees do not have to be fumigated  and cOnseqnelntlyi damaged, Full  lineof Garden, Fieldand Flower  Seeds in stock grown by the best  and most reliable PacifieCoast and  foreign growers.  Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray  Pumps, 'Spraying material'Cut Flowers, Etc.  lyi. j.   h������NF?y  Greenhouses,  Seed fibiises and Post  Office Address,  3010 WESTMINSTER ROAD,  Branch Nursery, South Vancouver.  Vancouver,    -    B. C.  TAtfE NOTICE tbat "Vicfo.in  Lumber mid Manufacturing Com---  pany,, Limited"  intend *o  apply'  for permiii������ion to leaec tbo following  denoribeil forenhoro landa:-  Coininencinq nt  S. \\r.   corner  of lot (4)    (Indiun  Ueporvation);  diei ce nortb nnd  weuteriy   "���������'*���������'���������* j ������������������       ���������be high   wider murk to a   M"11 i^f T.ttli CIOUNTY COURT OF      Rehorvo ymirsolf for Frieko tho  where the  boom  cmsaefl uiouth.|    NANAlM0_u0������ DEs AT   Vancouver Photogntplior.     Mr.  follonnPboom..cri^lobi,dMv1ier| cUMBFULAN'D Frioko will lw haw in tho eourso  m.irk;   Ibenee    ninwa   b/ink    fivel LVAii)it)iiu\i\iJ,  bmiilredL.^llfeeUuiiioiitli of tbu      In the matter af  tbe good,  of of a  e v dny,, when he w. 1 be pro  Counwiv or Punlted-ae Rh������r to ,, iGuartf.' Day, cIoooummI lnt������tata.     !������������"> to ������������ke ������������ k"'^ ������' J ���������������������������*������������.  p..Ht mnr'kml   [i);   n.enoe   imu ),!    TAKK NOTDE that by order 'tt reasonable rates.  Hevunty [70]feet, to low w.-.tor murk; ��������� of the above niiini'd  Court, dated  theuco nhmu low   water   mnrk to jbe '1th, day of November, llHIl),  bomn iieross  plough, follow  b um, \ ���������\Villlani Wtwloy WlHnnl,  Olliebil laighoriiruoHtei'H; thin year's birds,  FOR SALE���������Pnro bred whlto  oust to  intn Mrtuir  murk;  thence j Administrator  for   part  of  the  unuth nnd oflRtorlv ������l������n������ low wnter,   ()U)lty ()f Nlinill���������10|- WIW nppoint-  i-il AnniinUtratoi'nf  "11  nnd fin-  giil������r the goodn, cliuttebi and ered-  mark to place 'of eniinn������ner<mpnt,'  rontidnfnj; ton [10] hctoh nmreor j  U'pM,(llntMtieflnbout [I] mile. I  [.Sijjnol] J. C. HOOKEU,     j  Ajionl for Vic oria Lumber imd   j  MnnufHoturiuR Compnny, Limited j  lieceivel Jum- Mill, 11)0!).  ili* of tin' aliovu  named deenaHeii,  C-ieoroi' Day,  W. W. Willard,  Ollieiiil Adiiiiiiihtiator,  FOR SALK; .Mim or \\'..m*in-.  M-, .ni-.mIi Afri'*aii V������-f������riiii fiuunty  l.-x-l  (',-.*;ifii-a'.i*    ir*|K*d    I'X    tlu  J������''j������*iriiiM������nt ������������f   Interior, Utinwu:  li   nl (i't d'il) At-ro* id nllS   l������"l)U1i  ���������������*' -tnd "|N'it l<*r t'tttti in  \ll������-rt*  Ki. J,Hi(*liiiwan.or ISluiiittihti,   ,\tii  J ��������� ��������� ~r��������� i��������� iiVit tin*  11^1**   td   [���������*   ������i*hi>-  v   . in  ii'.iiiiiiH, enn  firtjtMn* flii  I       (titli   thin   <Vrtifie������nf    Vm  i     i,<lif!|������".-il*>lW"*U*0.   WriiHi.i  . i. i:. f.tfoid.  in stmifi  fc.i   ���������*?, T'MO.lOi,  (������|MHIU������  wiw yo������k  CLIPPER  !��������� THI ���������RIATIST  THEATRICAL������ SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  UOOPirYnr.   SlugliCoftlOCts,  IMCBU WKBICW,  ���������amp������li Copy Prii.  .j    Ilemeuiber Frickt* the Vaneou  I ver Photographer will be herein  |������ ki, .,���������r.    \V4t^"l g-\ ynn..  piettno tnki-n hj Vuu.  hutched from imjiortui ogg������,  (iiniranteed from thu best egg lay-  iiigKtrahi ou (lie const, l'rieu St  each. Apply ,), Laurence, Comox  pont oflice, H. C,  IN TUK  SUritEMK  COl'IlT  OFllRmSUcOLUMlMA,  *SAi>AlMO  iitAlibTllV,  M<NK9UIIMUI,C0.(tM),  tmi bobir, .. _ rrnr.Miiw������a.  TAKK .NOTJUK thnt hy order  of tlio nbove mimed   Court, dnted  the 12th, day of XovojiiIht, UMKN  ww.^rttlirHNswVoM^WiiliiH,, W'uidcy  WiUmd OlVu-bd  IF    VOU "WANT    (������(M)n:Adiiiii.Mnilor   fnr   pat   of   the  PKINTfKO   GO    TO    THK bounty of N'armlino, w������������* Ji|i|HJJtit<  NKWS. PIKST-CLASS WORK ������-d mlmiuhtrator of all  nnd -dug.  .,    ,      ....        ,     nbir tlw g<Mid*-, chat^U and er������d-  ,     ** "       ,    ,.  it* of tbe ulaivc   mnuwl   hnnoi*  .de ou ������iuy lenus at the M.WS  -MUt ,i,u.^,|.  ,>!1?Ir|^ Willwm W.Williird.  FOR SALK-A n.ih'li nim*,  newly enlv������������.!. App|\ to Ah*x I'i-  ���������|uUnrt. C������������mii:i������y, I!, V.  >*������* C C .S-gmvc if ymi w jmt  h Piano. Organ, J*cwing Mauldiit*,  Hgi*itt for all Mirtu of iiidKiVitt in-  ���������^truHn-iiti. ('iiiidnrlmd, H. C,  rXTHKCdCNTV OOUitTOF  NANAIMO���������HOLDEN AT  lUMllKRLAND.  Jn  tho mntter of tho goods of  TIioiiiiiu MeKale, (tece,i,-eu, iiiteh-  tnto.  TAKK NOTICK thnt l.y order  uf tho above named Court dated  the 4th, day of November 1000,  William Wesley Willard, Ofll  ciul AdminiHtrntoi' for part of thu  County nf Xniudmo, wim appointed AdmiuUtrator of all and Miigu.  lar thftgMNlM, ehattol* ami croditu  of the above iianied deeeiued, Tho  lllttH   M������lvHt������\  W. W. Wdhml,  Ufliciid Adininii-trntor.  Did you draw one of these nunir  berB in' a sack of Royal Standard  Flour?  72771       65196       54697  44073     ,48630      74560,   ;:  50897        61536  51793        62723  Tbe holders of ;these nunibteri'  inrvrnw^Hie-YA^  ;FLOUK-:because.-. it id a' superior  'flour, Tbey. Imve also, profited by  our .generous- pblioy-of. givingaway  FREE each month ; a mon ili a  beautiful 1UU piece .China Dinner  Set to each of rhe holders of the 10  winning numbers  If jou have not alretidy used  ROYAL ST A N DAlfl) FLO U R, or*  iler a suck today. You will; gel  the highest satisfaction in overy de  'tail of your bnking nnd cooking,  besides the opportunity that is described bere.  ROYAL  STANDARD FLOUR  embodies puperior Amu goodmtia.  ���������Manufnct.ur.efJ by������������������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  VANCOUVKR, JL C.  60  YKAR8'  EXPERIENCE  Traob MARK8  _    Debiqnb  pOPVRKIHTt AS.  r������ool������#  , .      _..  II AX  nittinlnntiti, wltlmui olmrva, In tlio  Scientific' jMtf lea  A hM4mmnlr llliiffroljil im*\\j, Urtnn elr.  ,enint4rm i������f iinrtfi-rofiuilii J-mrim , Vtir'n*,** a  1^1.1.12.'aI'0!^*1*1' ''*i'���������,bywLpownrtetlSn.  DjM-ir'liio v au WMhiSwoJ rJ.o?'*  ���������nol  NOTICE     NOTICE       NOTICE  People hnve been complaining a-  bout the water tasting peculiar.  We wish to advise them it is not  tbe water, but tho tea they are using. T^y a pound of the famous  "Marigold" Tea and be convinced.  '       J:N.:McLEOD,  Dunpmuir Ave. Cumberland  Duerest  Stump Puller  HENRY M.  WALKER,  Representative.  3158 Delta Street,   YICTORIA  KTlWrile for Particulars.  Not only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the "Grand Duke'*  Cigar hns all those necessary  qualities which give so much  satisfaction to the smoker.  Sir.-Elkins, of Vnneouver, is in  town and says \ that business is  brisk in'that city.  LOST���������A pair of eyegln������*������*.  li'tweHtpou office and Campbell"*  ��������� \*,te. Vh mo return lo Mim Arm-  -|r(rt������j������nt Campbell   Ilro-������,   or   to  bio >d)hv.  Notice In  hereby ni von,  thnt '8(  dnys nfter dnie,  J inidnd to nppl,  to tho Hon   Chiof! Coramlulone  of LhikJs and Works,  for a liccm  lo pronpect (nrlCrof and iMroleun  on iho following land,situnlo lit tbe  Coniox UUt^icl;���������Commenoing ot m  ;*ost nmrked norih ensl oornor claim  Nq, 3 placo nt north west corner ol  cooiion No SI, Den mon Island, run*  tdnr*  won 80   fhrtinc,   north   80  emiioK, Kasl 80 chains (henco south  suoinunj, to point ot eommeueeai-  em.  Dnted Ooiobor Oth 100!).  J, K.BUTLIBR  IL Stewart ngent  Satinfaction ��������� Huy a 'Grand  Huke" and hnvo satisfaction, Union mude, bund mndo.   and mado  from ������|������������r Havana Filler,  f~~������m*^rmmmm*  !     o.H TARBELL    j  HIGH GRADE STOVES  AM ill KITCHEN   UTENSILS  The entertainment given in  Cumberland Hall, on Wednesday evening last, by the Church  of England, wao fairly well attended, considering the inclemency ofthe weather, The program consisted of songs, recitations and the farce of "My  Turn Next". The several characters wero well sustained, but, especial mention must be made of  Mr. II. Williams, our very oblig  ing and popular telegraph operator, who is 10 be congratulated  on his very clever noting,    ,  Sportsmen* Goods  ���������nil  General Hardware  i  Form No. 11,  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Snywnrd Land District.  DiBtrict of Victoria  TAKE notice tlmt The North  I'MGifie Lumber Company Ltd. of  Ilarnet, occupation Lumder Mnnn-  fauiuruo, iuicud ig -������p|ii>> ivt pi,  intuition to lenru the followi 11^ do-  scrljiod foroshore���������Commencing  at a pout plnn ted ou the south lino  C. G. Lot 28, at its meeting point  with the boundary liue of Lot 1,  Sayward DUtriot and being At the  North -East eornor of said Lot 1,  thenee Houth 20 chains, thenco  Hast 40 chains, thenee Nor;h to  hltfh water mark nnd thenee Weit-  urly nn<l following the shore line  of Menr.le* Uay at high water  mark to point of ciimuieiieemen',  The Norih I'nciHic Lnmtor Co.  Ltd.  Name of Appliennt (in full)  A. Chi'i'euott,  Agent.  Dated Notchilnr QOtli, 1900. TffK   OTWft - CtI*|BBRL^Ntt, BRXT^SK  GQLUMI?^  *  ems  NOTICE is hereby given that  at next meeting of the License  Cominissioiiers.ef the City of Cumberland, liptend to apply for a renewal of the wholesale liquor li-  cenae hel<| by me, situated on Jot  1.2, block 7, Cumberland townsite.  , I->aiik SJcavard;  Dated 22nd day of Nov. 1909.  1  ; NOTICE ts hereby given that  at the next meeting of the License  iConimissioners of the City of  Cumberland, Iiutend to apply for  a reite'"al of tbe wholesale liquor  licence.held by me, ^situated on lot.  12, block 6, Cumberland .townsite.  John Marocehi.  Dated 22nd dav of .Nov. 1909.  UNION S.S. Co. .Ltd.  .'��������� CHRISTMAS   WEEK.  S. S.."COWICHAN" will leave  Vancouver, Thursday, Dec. 23rd.  at 8 p, ni. instead of Saturday, arriving at Union and Oomox, Eri  day moring.  Will leave Oomox at 10 a. in.  aud Union at 11 a. \n. Friday, arriving at Vancouver Friday night  ,���������Tho usual Saturday trip is cancelled for Christmas Day only.  -���������-��������� '������������������<r~��������� :-������������������  Mr. H. O Ashley of The Royal  Bank of Canada iu  this city,'has  beeu transferred to  Vaucouver,  and has be".n succeeded by Mr, L.  'lioAlister.  BEER  '1 he drink of strong mferi aftfl' healtBywomen.  Y  Drink   U. B.C. Bohemian  The UNION BREKlNfi Co.,  Nanaimo BC.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FJRST-CLASS  CANDYi FRUITS.  ..    CIGARS & TOBACCOS  UNION S. S. CjD.,, 9$.-B.C., ������td  Week-end service  between Vanconver,  ''���������Nailiimo. Unio.������, Couios: Jiy the  .���������:���������;'.' Bj^el Clyde tmilj.wm'scj"*'*:'  N f^teaindr'"CiOWlCirAN"'  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  * Arrives Nmiiimu, Saturday 12 p w  Arrives Uuion, Suuday 6am  Arrives Comox; ,-*/>ttjway 8 ������ m  Reiur^inffi���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uoiou Sunday 15 p m  Arrives Nauaimo, Sunday 11 p m  Arrives Vancouvor Monday 7 a m  Stage haves Union for Cumberland every Sunday moruiugon arrival of ''GOW-  IOHAN;" and leaves Camoerlaud Hotel  ���������t 1 pm, connecting with inaroer at  Union.  FOR SALE���������Five roomed cot-  tage, with pan try, bathroom and  electric light. Lot GO x 6& feet.  Furniture and piano, also, for sale.  < For particulars, etc call at this  office or address 1\ O, -Box 148  City.  '4  V  Always the same,: and just as  good as ever. The "Grand: Duke"  Cigar. ������������������.    ^ ''"/���������"  '��������� -   "'-a    "  JVfeCotfniiek jlatntest JTools  BINDERS  MO^ERS^-I  RAKES  TEDDERS:^  : TWINE-'I  BUG.GIES  WAGONS  CA    *Y  HARNESS  POTATO  MACHINERY  ETC.  TKBwkn  FOR SALE-^Pure! Bred Jersey  Bull 3 yearsold. Apply to John  Knight, Coinox, B. 0.  'Wilworth=Ri3lston Co. ..���������*���������������  :: Cumberland Livery  land feed Stable..^  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  V  "LAND-REGISTRY ACT*'.  In the matter of an application  for ft Duplicate 'Certificate of Tile to Lot 83A, Comox  District.  -   NOTICE is hereby given  thaV  it is-my. intention at  tbe expiration, of ore'month from the date  of the first publication  hereof,  to  issue a dnpliea'ocertificate of Title  to    Bind   land   issued    to  John  Knigtit, on the 23th, day of Oct.  1892 and numbered 11)13(1 A.  Land Registry oihee, Victoria, Ii, .0  Tho Cth, day of Deer, 1909,      -'  S. Y. Wootton,  Ueulstrnr fleimrnl,  FORM NUMUEUU,"  Land Act,  RUPEltT   LAND   DISTRICT.  District of Kupert,  TAKE NOTICE that Eustace  Smith, of the Ciiy of Vancouver,  Province ol UriiUh Columbia, on.  ciipiUion, timber cruiser, intends  to "pply fur pei'iiilsslon to pur.  duise the foiling doncrilw! html: ���������  CoiiimoiH'ing at a post plnnted at  tne South West corner of Lot one  hundred and thirty-three (133)  Beaver Cove, Rupert District;  Iheuee West twenty (20) chains  to Kust Boundary of timber li-  ceiiHu number 427!iH; thonce  Nortli" forty ohniils (401; thenco  K'l-1 twenty chnins [20] \>- the  Nurtli Wost coruer of Lot ono  hundred and thirty-throe (Vd'd);  theu:������e South forty [40J cliains to  ,       . ,    , ,      i  im*. iiuiiii'   *t*   ciMiiinci������t(-Mii'-i������������,  An*.*  confining eighty [80] ncres more  or less.  Dated November 15th, 1009.  Kiutaco Smith.  m n  ,%  ���������*1*  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS .....  wood  and Coat  i  ' .**  Dinisnnur Avenue  .'CUMBERLAND,   B. 0-    ������  ** i *i  NOTIOE.  ..Ridiug oa locomotives and  rail  way ca'rs of the  Union  Colliery  Company by any person  or persons���������except tain crew���������du strictly  prohibited.    Employees r.re sub-  '������C to dismiesaf for allowing earn-  By order  Fhancis D. Litti k  . ,. ��������� ' \V������������-natfer.  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting and  General repairing.'  c  H  0  I  c  E  s  T  in season at  An :-A& ;5n. the- News  pays.    Try it.   ..  notice   '  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood', of any descriptibdu  oelonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the said Company, wiil be pros-  ecuted to tbe full'extent of tbo law.  .' -VV F-D."Little.  Superintendent  "-���������-^Welli ligton-GoUiery-Goiyr���������  NOTICE  I will not be responsible for sny  debts contracted in my name, after August 28th 1909, without my  written order.  ^JViu.um Gleagok.  NOTICE���������Farm for sale,with  or without stock and implements, For particulars apply to  T. Beckensell, Coinox, ty G.  FOR SALE���������One driver and  two working horses, Apply toM.  H. Piercy; Sandwick, B. C.  FOR SALE���������Mason aud Risch  piano in good order; cost $400.00  will sell for $250.00 cash. Apply  to Joseph Potter,1 Onion,'B. C.  First class Chinese cook thor  onghly reliable, wants situation.  Apply News office or "Wong Kong,  '-;*���������������-- -���������-     ''  FOR SALE���������A light general  purpose team of horses, weight  2200' lbs. Strong and* true pniling.  Price, ������240.00. Apply'at this ol-  fice; or to T. Laurence, Kye Bay,  Comox, B. C.  All local items of a business  nature will be charged f6r at the  'standard:rate~of^ro"e7irliffe'  FOR SALE���������Driving o u t ii t;  younc;-mare,-.gentle, sound, city  broke, not afrafd of automobiles;  safe for a lady to drive. Also harness and a practically new democrat two seat wagon, only been in  use a few months. Price for tbe  whole outfit.922/3.00.. .Will sell sep  ar&to. Vancouver renl estate taken in exchange.   Apply to  S.F.DOnSDN,  Comox Bay.  ���������The output of, coal for local  mines for the month of November,  were 45,797 tons,  ,      J   ;     *��������� '      -O" -ni.,,  OTRAXEDr-CalG:'' red and  white, without earmarks or brand.  The owner can have fmme, by.paying for this ad. J. E. Caliian,  Happy Valley,  ���������>  NOTICE is hereby given that at  the next meeting of the Lieeuse  Commissioners ofthe City of Cnm  berland, 1. intend to apply fora  transfer of the hotel license held  by me for the Waverly Hotel, situated on lot 2, block 3,.. Cumberland townsite to Frank IJallos."  Richard Cor.  patod 12th day of October 1909,  0  m  M-H*.  Wi.  ffl  \.y  *r*.S*f*'.  r*w  m  ���������mm*--*mm*A  .Cm  \    '*  TH  If /T*\  ^'a������.'������,,,  ."������������������-.''i'i  4.'mi,  tr-*.  Jt1*<  ty  ���������������  S3PS  J  m  M%  <$V{i(T Wi-  'rd'.- , J'tv    .���������V,"l'!'<  9W  W  w  m  '*������.  :.)������  f:  m  ' i"-'.  ��������� ' -{I*  *f<  ;/ .it  M  W"'  mX-i,  ������������������'Mi  "#*>  r>  WANTED���������Teacher for Sand.  wick publio Hchuoi, duties Ui cum-  nonce, dun nary 3rd 19U). Apply  to h. Cliffo, Soe'y Boiird of School  Trustees, Hnndwiek, B, O,  The Courteriay Hotel  Kvnry convMiden^e for guests.  Th(t0*inti������l HoU*l for tportiuen  No.if bet the Be������t ot Winti nnd l/quori  FOR SALK���������A g<dd rtllwlo  jvui faced   tfateh,   18   ������lr.e,   flue  niekle movement, 111 ruby jewels.  Apply to Wenley WHUrd, OiHclal  AdiiiitiUtr.it t,  4i the Pur.  RATB8  RtARtlNABLE  ���������John Johnston,    Prop  AMES  HOLDEN  ���������S/tQtJ MIMAOt  FOR MEN ,a|k ^  .. s^tii x0i'A  For Heavy Work ail men should wew the  -  AMES-HOiDEN  PROSPECTOR SHOE  It's thc shoe for the man who has work to do���������prospectors, hunters,  surveyors, etc, It ia built of solid leather, choice tipper stock, pure  leather heel stiffener, solid leather heels and soles���������both insoles and out-  soles, every stitch perfect -n worl:er'3 boot throughout,  Good leather is essential in a boot of this kind, and in thla you can  rely on ths A-me?,-Ho!f1e.n t hoc. every limn. Yet wt* never hold tlsnt  leather alone, nuta the. ahoc���������there are slipshod," rib-good "shoes into  which good leather hiu been put, and which may even fit perfectly, but  they lack the touch of the real workman. Threat! and nails wont bold  a boot together and make it give perfect service-it mutt be bound together with Jntogrity, Tlie "unseen things" about a boot must be  right���������these count for much in the service, you get, ond it is just because  ofthe hidden worth ofthe Amei-Holden thom^bttcame of th* worltman-  ship-^tht stitqh on stitch attention to detail-the inspection at every  step���������that you get a b&jtr dollar's worth every tims ybu insist upon  buying the Ames-Holde.i Shoe���������the perfect shoe for men.  -\i>  ������  b!  we  <*)&*���������*���������  'SPIENDID  LINE OF  HQES  ii������evef!!^0f jjfe^  ..������������������wawt������nu.-j������ii4.  >|nitW#]  ^^      ,1/^fVJbN      AND  ni wit nnniriwnii<  l  "i *  -fmim"*}- ������������������l$&***-*~"  fSS^SSSKf^^f. t. >^^'^^irK=WKTKlS3K^.,;aff  THE NEWS, CUMBEBLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ~  "<;:,a)Kisi!W;ii.'A*,j..,,  (T.  }k_> Vw  ,i.1.;;if!������.'i!:.llllilii  ���������.Zt^a FROM THE GOLDEN WEST.)  ng of the Suffragette  I  I  13  i  "Husband, Husband, Cease Your Strife: g  Nor Longer Idly Rave Sir : 1  Though I May Be Your Wedded Wife: |  I Am Not Your Slave Sir:" I  ���������at  SS  No-.v You .lust Mosey off to Town: |  And Hurry Back You sinner, j  With a Nice Big Box " ������  ot *(  ���������-.������������������ ROYAL   CROWN:      J  Or You Won't G^et Aay Dinner,    j  lis the Sest. Laundry Soap in the Land:   |  xa  3?  An4 the Premiums Are Fine. I  WnraiiiiiMimm'^  flov 29th  ALMOST  ure bred Jersey  months old.  c  FOR SALE-P  bull,       twelve  Registered Dam. Sire, Air. W.  Duncan's prizo Ji-jx'y bull. Price  $40..00. Apply t��������� li, .Hurfori,  Sandwick, 15. C<  DON'T   FORGi-T    TO ' SEE  the Moving Pictures .  THIS   WEEK.      A   Splendid  program  of  pictures two   beautiful  illustrated  snugs.    COME  -and=ENJOY~AT(4e������>-b>-������E-\LE:N---  ING'S E NTER T.-i INM.ENT.  g^" These pic-tares tire oy far  tbe best yet, Come tnd See tbem.  ' mnx-mtmanmam  WANTED���������Assii'.timt teacher  for CumderJand pi.-hiio school,  formal training preferred. Duties  tp commence January. 1st, 1010  Apply to T. H. Ouroy, Sec'y  Board of School Trii.-*tut-'s, Cumber) ond, B. C.  "^HmotTST  NOTICE is hereby giveu that  thirty-days nfter the fnvit publication of this notic.?. I intend io  apply lo thfti Superintendent of  Provincial Police i'ov a r.uewal of  the Hotel License for the Heriot  Hotel situated at iivn'oi, Hay, B.  O.for the term of six months com  mencing January i������i. icjio  Dated October, sjt"������l, 1909.  ,   (Signed] JI. A. Bull,  Heriot May, ll, C,  1   1 i.mii<*i*\fili)^\9lA*fimi\ii  mnm'.m*:f*mmmVi  NOTICE IS HEREi'-Y GIVEN  'hut nn nj>iilitititn will hi -r.mlft  >.<��������� ;h*,  J.flt.'iwlutfv'j AiiS'inblyof tl,u  I'rovhiod ot  liriU-tliColuwWuiit ita n������xl **>;4,i,m for an  Ani t������ Iriooriio-ftfo u''oruiuuy wit.li \te<r-  evi. > Inulii oou#tnieli mm ,1 mt ���������tivl. opora-  t'HilUihvny ������f ������trtri'l.o,i ,v<*j,,'<'  to hn  iyuiriii,udby nitiinnttivuiitii ex -" -.uy tdlw  wulb-o jMnvor I'or Uu i<v -n������ cf tmrry-  inr-r li'ti Vloitaitr niiJ bin-l-m" nood* ih.<1  ine*clirii.clitn  but not ]i.-n >ni,or������  trnm  Mtuztiw Hay, Vimo-iuvor J.'-iil,   by tli������  ino t iiiinvi*ni������ril  route piiiuji   North ur  tiuiilli -'( Trout Lake   .*)*   vlmntpy t*  llu-ju edun of Hurttoii ili.c* mil Mem-r-  huy Ulvur nnd from Uiuh.u * MmiBitM Iky  hy t!m iii'ihi*. coaruidoitl run ��������� luu jn;Hil  iijjli'oxiinutcly wlicio lliv (,'u* iho Hivor  llilli.'llM tllll South F^rtl ������ .I'l'l* ol Lol  l'.i-������,liij-i'"0 (ol) iimr In, ii-f'ti ,.ni ..|li,l ui  .S'u'th Liiii.n.l. will* ���������>.-.-.''I* t   iT'iiver' tlm  1,* nil way  <n<i tralllo  . 1 t.|inr������u>  ;i wil-li llie  h* tr, ������i{,uifi  ���������    -,'I.IW i.lltt  Correspondence.  To tbe EnrroR.  CUMBERLAND NEWS,  Cumberland, B C.  Dear Sir: -I bog to emphatically  deny certain fiilse statements, made  regarding myi-olf, by a certain gen  tlemun,'n Cumberland, while bc  waa on a vacation, a couple of  months ngo, to Victoria" *nd. other  points, whemin .be endeavored to  give the impression, that I was dis-  ������hargecL_from_the-employ��������� of���������the-  Wellington Colliery Co.; ibai, 2nd  I came nearly killing several people in and about tbe mines by my  practical jokes, und 3rd, he was  not allowed to go,'on* his vacation  while I bung nround Cumberland,  waiting for an opportunity to ge:  hie position.  Now Mr. Editor, I met emphatically givo the lie to all thepechurg  es and I beg in answer to the ii.'rft  statocnent to refer thia party, to the  officials of the Wellington Coll.,Co,  tbeywill tell bim whether Iwos discharged or nol.  As to tbo second charge, I will  aay, tbifl, that any party or parties  who h.'id reeetvod oleotro tlierapeu  tic trentment at niy.hnndb, were  without exception a mighty sight  more alive than otherwise, after receiving treatment.  In aiiswor to the third, I can  positively say, that, never yet* have  Isank so low as to covot another  man's position, ond lentil of nil, the  position hold by this purty rof������rjr������d  to.  In conclusion I nil! say, that after eighteen yours'experience in  the field td labor, I have yet to find  au employer who would not furnish me with a firnt-olnvt*. reference  an to my ability an a workman and  my integrity, oh a man; and never  eer  Ready in  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  AddalittleBOVRIL  to your canned .meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches die  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  Don^t potfget  To See the  NOTICE is hereby-given that  one month from date 1 intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Yictoria, for a  hotel liquor license for Granite  Bay Hotel, situated at Granite  Bay, Valdez Inland, 13. C.  Joskph Dick.  Dated 9th, day of Nov. 1909.  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  transfer of the Hotel License held  by me for the Palmer'Hotel, situated at Bayne Sound, B. C. to  Thomas Hicks.  Dated 9th, day of Nov., 1909,  Jamjbs'S. Day.  flovin  The Balance  of this  Iteek  THEY  ARE  GOOD  ������ Mr. Chas. Heraper paid us a vis  it this week. Charlie is now ih the  photographic business and intends  openTn7up here for a feiv days..  an  made in  Cumberland.  k'   A IH A     Merchant  IV.   r\lJLyr\      TATOTS?  LADIES', TAILOIi-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mnDE TO   0$t>ER RflD  IN fl^Y STYliE YOO WISH.  \.PEpETCT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  ���������c^-M-B-E^-irAm-Dr  B. C  NOTICK is hereby glvwi-tbnt  one month from date T intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for n  hotel liquor lieennefor.tho Palmer  Hotel, situated ut Bayne Sound, Jl  U.  Dated' 9th, day of Nov. 1900,  Thomas JIioks,  PUBLIC NOTICE.  A Court of Revision wiil be be id  in the  City  Council chambers on  Friday, December 10th, 1909, ������������������ at  7:30 p. m.   to revir-e ibe voiers' list  Jor tbe Corporation of the City cl  Cumberland for the year 1910,  A. .McKJNNON,  Ciiy Clerk.  Citv Hull, Nov, 16th, 1909.  E. C. Emde, dealer in stoves  and ranges; also plumbing- aud  pipe fitting: mul general repairing  Third Street,  *  |PHII!lll!IIIIWIIIIMIIIM^  I Capital $4,800,000. Kesenre $5,500,000 E  The Royal    ank of Canada.   |  CUMBEELAND, B. 0 f  Sub-Branches at Oourtenay and Union Bay. ������  DRAFTS  ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,  OVER THE WORLD.  PAYABLE   ALL  j SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS  and in-  tereu at Current Rates allowed on  Deposits of iM.OO and upwards.  H. F.MONTGOMERY, JVIanaaer.  iii!iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:uiiuiiiiitiii!iiiiiiiiiuuiiuitiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii#  NOTICE.  tmm.mmm*m.  Victoria Land Dintrict. District of  Sayward.  ���������.���������'0|.>U!l l| iJlli'WIl.V imu I   :i  tor al' eliinam* "I ji:i������r^ >c.>  .i'i,I w't'i ji*iw������r io Hii(|iiin.*  V.lir/I ** ������',ll ll'K'i It ill Dil'ilH  jini(-i'**'il *-.������ili\ri(iiol),!il'l  .. , ,,, .... . . ,   ������,.i..,.,.,'. ��������� ,  V .    ,' M -I ''   - j������T iti- -Vr   i 'tv  Vi ,,l'il'- t^'A-irn:  ftflll  Allll ]h ������'<  ��������� ijii ji "pcrati'hum ,i wi'it.irj ' ���������  tc ��������� ;i. t������������������!���������* .in "i in e yin'.'i ���������*  um ' i*.i!v.iy j)ul l������n.|i/������ln-# !*"i'.  ... ,    i .  Ui e t'tyt*- ''-l!   'In l'*''<r /.���������)"������  ��������� |,<     l* ;   I* j.il t*fl '.Ut   jlli  lu  I i I;   l' ".'"  i������ii   U|������'*i    r.    i,  ji,  i, *>t   I'u, Dm f tu r,.vjiijr������-1  Sixty day.* after tlnto we intend to apply to the lion, Chief  yet have I boon guilty of vliubing jCoinniiBHionor of hands, for. per.  my no*o into another mnn't buai-1 imIwIoji to purcliiiNO tlin followini������  nn.B, deseribtid IhikU; Oomineiieliig nt u  Thanking you iu advance, i bey  U/teimvin.'-dr,  Yours for iiicoe-SH,  ROUT. C. WILSON,  post   planted  ut Imso oil   rocky  bluff 4 chains mid 5S linkb Nortli  from the   South oast corner of  j Grown Grant Lot, 38 S.iyvvnrd din-  triet, then   North 15 chnins and  Kant   10   chuiiiH,  Smith   nbout JO   elniiu** to  shore of MeiuiuH Uay then wo������*t-  dm  licks,    tllOl)  ! then  Don't think bootiuwi lhe reporter  ro(M you gettiiiK ou th������ trtthi  thnt  be ought to know who you are and  wliertt you are guhig, or if he si*n  you  uroot tome frieiuli������ tlmt   l,H|wirdly ftluug ������horo  to  place  ol  kuowH  who  tbey  aid and   whttiiijCmnuuMiclii^.  they sre from.   We  aim   to geii    November. lOtli, 3009.  LAND ACT.  FORM. OK NOTICE.  Coinox Land District.  Distriot of Valdez Inland.  Take notico that H. A, Bull, of  Heriot Bay, JJ. C��������� occupation  merchant, intends to apply for per  niistdou to louse the following described foroshore;���������  Commencing at a post planted  at high water mark on the oust  shore of Oaliiiiah Buy, Valihw Island, about forty *40 ehniim north  of tho Honih-east corner of lot 818  thenco due north ten cluiiiiB to a  point on tl'ie truth shore of i)?i\-  ninli Ihty; tlience following tho  Hboru line in a Hontli-wwtorly dii-������  eetioii five elniins; tliuiieo in a  KOiith weisterly direction to the  point of eoniineiieoiiieut, and containing live iicrun more or le������H.  iltm/i. A, llrr.f,  Name of Applicant in full.  Dated September *l\u\, 19011  To  Pake Xmas Buying  Kvery. dollar, either for cash purchases or ou account, spent in  this shop from December isniutil Xmas Kvc, wiil entitle you  ���������to one chance for any of the following prizes���������  ist prize, Mahogany Music Cabinet  2nd prize, io piect Toilet.Set  3rd prize, Chenille Table Cover 8-4 size  4th prize, Child's Wicker Rocker  No Person Being ���������Emitted to More Than One Prize.  m***1m*.lrrl*Smt  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  A. McBHsmon  CUMBERLAND  .1  *��������� !������������������    Ijllilll  'V'htu aid  * >������,tli   tlic  tn In n������������  '������.  -U KUl.'li  ������������������.���������������������*��������� 1 it aro  tii/ liitti*  ��������� - Hirrnhor,*  ��������� lilil'OuiJ*  ">i-ii IH.1.  ���������*i Hiy*  iu-! ,'*v. r, -Mil v.-  ,.,, !,,.! I - * ity-..tht (ll'; ;  I, 1: a������i uu- I '.* S 'I ".' ;  ������ u 'i*.,l nt l.'t/ti w.-.It i  ,, 1 Iim- "t I. ' 'l''vwi������/���������������������������,:  n .nlhntf'Ot n:     " iui������rii,.i:l n, thtre*  ,,, vr 'b t!.������ '���������oAhe,*..��������� ������*-iM        ,   .;A Oil,  (I  in imd "i ���������)*��������� i J fJiit-i-l; .'i. ,-���������������.- M.ti'h  t     ti.,- fill lift *, tlm-tlm eixl'. tn   y Oil)  ti .um th- Hf n 1 <r������'. t������ Linn w. ������������������!���������   nr ;  t'.i,.  * <ri i-'t'i' '" '������ "." '"   il"r" I'HM  ,,,,.|( ���������*e wmwr mnru lo   |������-',<>   ut uuti-  t, t ,,1 t'jin- 1.  cA.iil" V Vr������������'**i"ir  H ������' , Hit. .lilt,  ��������� 1 *    . ',     it,, y  ,, , ,   i ������������������  ,.       ���������    ,'....**���������  1,    .   , iv   ���������*   ���������)').*    '���������" * ���������    ' I ,  a.,.���������������������������������������* iv* .**������������������. t'ltrml'  ton*t td thi* licwn hut von m*iy ho  tb*������������m������' wc r'on'l Ivippen *o Itvew,  Wo try 0 become fiiniiliitr with  liftmen and f������ee������ If f������o****-it������l������*, hut during 'heycjir-i pact wn have betm lo  church but failed to fee von ibnri������:  w<- hnve hung Ground th- town  f������nmp. but Home of you weren't  there. ������'������ have loafed'on tbe ������trco ,  we've even ricked our reputation ������n  tho bnck itroflt* on a dark night,  uu'W^kM11" y������������ weren't til lin-re, And  'i u,tt| **j'll bohnnfted if we know where  10 find you all, .So If you are go*  ing or coming, or know of anybody  cutting up <jit<er cipom, i������t u������  know,���������Kx.  thk MdUTfi I'Aoiprr r.rrv..  MKRCOMl'ANY l,Tl������.  A. Cbi)rle������ori, Agent,  Mr. T, Bale, we ure informed  wil! he ,i raiididfitn fnr mayor, -it  the forthcoming civic elecuonx,  We also hear ihnt Mayor McDonald will outer the lis a again,  A,  McKimion,  1*.   Stoddar  and John Thom.ion arrived home  from   Vaucouver   hy Hiiday'H  boa'.  LAND ACT.  i'OKM 01* NOTICK.  Comox Uud Uiatrict,  Diflriet of Valdez Inland,  *t* 1  1 ,,(.���������.  I'uit,  Mr. John A. Lee, ol New West  ! minuter, wa* elected Mayor of  of that city, on Doc Ijth, defeat  ing Mayor Keary by 55 votes.  The High School en'ranee ex  ������mi.uti������m.< will ht held on Wud- rim ���������y ||u|^ M ^. fM  neikmy, Dec 15.I1, at ty.^ a. .1 ��������� M /<ir(y horw |Jflwer ������������������for,U)(i,|.. 0���������  Mr j. T. K. ralmer,  I!. A.  wnl R t]vn ,10flK, ,,���������.,������,������������������,   yt,r  ri.\ov.  ���������r prts|<ii|������g   t)ii*>llm.n.T.  cin ymi mix a ti***x*\**\'rt <������> * ������t-.t������i  ,h>:ed !-ul������*criter'i������ mwri,  I  v   i-       ,1    ,   11     1  ������\������.,,,V..     ,n���������v      II,     l\,  uf Heriot Bay, H.C, oceiipatfou  merchant, lnt������iulH to apply for  poriniHHion to purclitniH the following described latuln !���������  Commeiieiug at a [xid planted  on tho wuith-eant corner of lot  three hundreil and eigliteen, illH,  Valdez Ixlauil, B. C, theiieo eaet  twenty, 2", elmim*; thence nortl.  forty. 10. ehaHifi; ihence ww  tb'tititr. 'i^l. <*h'diH* rhcnci' sonffi  forty, 40, chtiiiiB, to the point of  coiiiineiieeiiicnt, nnd coiilaining  ������������������iglity, 80, acre-* more or l������ **,  H'wu A. lU-t.t.  Nautc of Apptu'iiitt in full.  Datrd LeJikMiU-r -������d, iWd  tcii*umm\mmaamw^ umniHiiirauMtiMi^^  P. Phillipps Harrison  BA  RISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  8 CCMBERLAND TAILOR |  S.IlSAKA, PROPRIETOR    ��������� U  Ladies'and "Gentlemen's Suits -Made *o ^rdcr  from foo to 835    All Work Kir������t Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  CUhen yoti Ulan taGoodfllca!  ^CUMBERLAND CAFE   ,;.;,ai)A, rROPRIKTOR.-   * _-  Dunsmuir Ave.


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items