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Array -./���������  i '  V,  ,/���������'.  /  THE CUMBERLAND  FEB 20 1909  1  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B.C., TUESDAY,   FEB. 16, 1909  Subscription J2.00 a Year.  -AT-  The   Big   Stope  WE ARE  NOW  SHOWING  Fancy Dress Muslins, White  Ecru and Colored Crepenet-  tes, Fancy Mercerized Cottons, Organdies, India Linen,  Persian and Victoria Lawns,  White Pique, Spotted -Nets,  Waist Frontings, Beadings,  Embroideries,' Laces, Torch-  ons,   All-Over-Lace and Em-  i*i������������������iMWi  THE   HflAGJiET  CASH  STO^E.  r  =bToideTics~  ��������� 1     *        at  ew Spring and Summer Goods will how be arriving by every sboat. Buy early  before selections are broken.  These are the days to ��������� get  your spring sewing done.  ,:'���������:::::- ������������������������������������ ,u>,  :  SIMON LEISER & Co., Ltd.  A Pointer!  There is going to  be something doing  at J. N. McLeod's  next Saturday .  Remember the date  Saturday, Feb. 13.  J. N. TicLEOD,  Dunsmuir Aveuue, CUMBERLAND, B. C  At  0E3IK  ���������t  **  u  PAY-DAY     BARGAINS  Some special Hues that  must bc cleared out  to make room for NEW GOODS.  25   children's  White   Bearskin   Coats  at  HALF PRICE.  50 women's aud children's Rain Coats  at  HAM' PRICE,  8 dozen  pairs   women's   Hlack  Cashmere  Hose at 5 pairs for ONE DOLLAR.  *  SEE POSTERS FOR PARTICULARS,  ll  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Jj        Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, B. C       ^  ua wmmmmm���������������������������*������- ��������� ���������        ��������� w���������^^i|  mmtmmmmtmm-  t  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER ANO SOLICITER  NOTARY PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C.  Tho City Council mot in special  sassion last Friday evening,  there being present Aldermen  Partridge. Stewart, Bute, Daniels  Bickle, Harwood and  tho Mayor.  A communication was received  from Pooley, Liuton & Pooley,  enclosing hill for deed registry  and professional sorvicos in connection wiih city property, a-  mounting to 828.50; referred to  finance committee'  Tho city scavenger tenders wore  taken up and difuusaud fully and  it was decided not to hnve work  done by lender, hut to havo a por-  nianent man to do scavenger and  other city work. Alderman Bickle,  Horwood, Stewart ami Partridge  wero in favor of second man us a  saving to the city, tho reasons advanced wore, that for an extra  twenty-fivo or thirty dollars a  month they '������'onld have tho whole  of his time, Alderman Bato strongly opposed the hiring of a second  man, and wus iu favor of having  scavenger work done hy contract.  Alderman DuiiioU also opposed  tho hiring of a second man hy tho  city. The motion for hiring extra  man was curried hy a vote of 2 to I  Mr, George Stevens interviewed  ..   t.'/i.*'lU    '.I*   IliiAl*..    .W    l*.ii\i',,m.   ,,j  tliuuttt, id no liioiity lo Hij-jily two  uow valves, moved hy Atdermsii  Bate aud seconded by Alderman  Daniels, that Mr Stevens beau tho.  11/.UU lo puri-iifvue miiid,���������piinnuu,  Thero being uo further business  the council adjourned.  -   ������������������ ������������������  Mr. K. Barrett arrive! in lhe  city liy Friday's bout from Van  j couvor, and is renewing old ar-  qunintatices. "Rd" ii looking woll.  and as jolly as ever.  ���������   , ������_���������  NOTICK:���������No ads will be  changcil after Monday noon of each  week.  ENTERTAINMENT.      ~  The UnionBay Entertainment &  Variety Company, gavo one of. the  bost entertainments ever held in  Cumberland, in C11111 berland Hall  on Mouday evening last, to a fair  sized audience, Thc programme  was varied and amusing, and re-  flocls great credit on tho Union  Buy talent.  DIED.  Tho death occurred on Thursday  of Mrs. Jno. Sponcor, at Union  B. 0��������� The funeral took place on  Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock to  Cumberland R. C. coinoiory, Tho  Uev, H. Mortens oirichiting,  Si ���������     ���������       11  Grand Organizer Here.  J. W. Whitely, Grand Organizer for the Orange Association  of   IJ. C,    visit������d    Cumberland  .last_week_ and__me.t_i,he,_lQcaL  odge . in session last Wednesday evening, at wliich five new  members were innitiated. Mr.  Whitely conducting the imiitia-  tion. Quite a 'large-11 um her of  members were present, After the  session, tho company adjourned to  the Waverly Hotel and partook of  refreshments, after wliich they returned to tha lodge room, and  listened to a very able and eloquent  address on the work of the Order  iu 1), 0. Thero has been a very substantial addition to its membership  during the past year, for which the  Graud Organizer is to be congratulated. Mr, Whitely intends returning to Cumberland in the near  future and will deliver a public  address, of which notice will be  given later.  KOU SALE���������Ono cow with calf;  Just recently calved, Apply to  David Picklos, Denman Island,  B. 0.  Mr. T.  Whyto returned   from  <adysmith hy Wednesday's  boat,  ���������"O��������� mmm  Mrs, J. Matt hows returned home  hy Wednesday's boat nftor a short  visit to Vancouver.  ,1  int.  Government Architect Henderson,  Mrs. John Fraser, Mr. l'\ Bates  and Mi us Lizzie Richards were  passengers hy the outgoing steamer, Thursday,  Inspector Dick arrived hy Friday's boat.  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT.  We, Algernon II, Stracy, M.  Neelin Garland and Charles F.  Dickinson all of. the City of Yan-  WnvolMTniie-!'^  Columbia hereby give notioe that  we propose to build and operate a  tramway in Rupert District, Co  mox Division, Vancouver  Island.  The proposed route* of the lin*  is commencing at a point on tho  East shore of Nutipkish Lake the  said point being on Section 20  Rupert District, tlience running in  a general Northerly direction 'to a  point on May's Bay on Broughtmi  Straits on a portiou of May's preemption beiug*, section Two (2)  Township One (1) Ruport District  said tramway being a length oi *ix  miles more or less,  Datod this twenty-first day  of  December 1008.  ALGERNON H. STRACY,  .      M.NKKLIN GARLAND  CHARLES F.DICKINSON.  Miss, O. C. Duncan or Maple  Hay, B. O. in the guest of Mian U,  McKonaio Courtenay, IJ. C.  Wo regret to hear that Mr, II.  C. Lucas, of the Comox Bakery,  wiil shortly l������ave us, for Vancouver where bn will engage in  business, hu will be much missed  l������if'oino.x,moro especially by the For  estors amongst whom he lm* boon  a leading spirit since the formation of the Lodge some years ago.  Wrt nro quite sure wn thn pno-  plo of Comox Buy will all join in  wishing him every success iu his-  new venture.���������Colt.  Mr. Hart of Little Uirer is the  proud father of a Hue sou,  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   IN-  CORPORATION ACT.  NOTICE is hereby givan that tl ������  undersigned   propose  to   bifid* ���������  tramway from a point* on tho f ju���������  ���������������horo of Comox Harbour,  Como -.  District, Vancouver Island, situ-itu  about 760 foot east from the soiul ���������  oast comer of Lot 82, thenco running in a general norlhoastorly direction for a distance of about tnxtn  miles to the westerly boundry of  Lot 120 in the said  District Mid  traversing portions of the following Uitd������:-Lots 82 and 100, Sections 42, 111) and (10, Lots 104,1 I'I  and 118, Puntledgo Indisn Resei vu,  Lot 1)2. Sfctio.ii "5, 74  and 7 <,  snd Ut* llll and 120, with on.- nr  moro branch lines or feeders to ot 11  met with the said tramway.  Datud this 14th day of .Inn,, lOiiJ',  A. I). McRAK,  THOM AH McLAlUY  ILL. CRAIGl  Mr. and   Mrs.  T>.  Picklea, nf  Denman   Island  were paoseugers  ��������� by Wednesday'* boat.  I  Campbell's Entire Stock  Being Fearfully Slaughtered  Saturday was a hummer and far exceeds our expectations. Wc have still some Bargains left on our Bargain Counters oud have only seven itioic days to dis  put* of them. Ho come and look ove: au'iin arid *t*e if  there isn't .something you everlooked. On Weduea  day we will make a specialty of URN'S CLOTHING  nnd OV RRCOATS, We arc cutting thc prices so fine  that wc inteud clearing out the icmainde* of our stock  iu these lines   CAMPBELL  BROS.  I  '' 1  *.! f*t~i*A~mmmmmAM  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BIUT1SH  COLUMBIA.  '���������* :.i'i\:.'-.*.'x bm  faf-i H-ftixy   Tuesday   bv   tbe  Son***   &   Cumberland  Pubiiahlng  Comp .iny.  This paper will not hol-1 itsuif  responsible for the opinions uf oth-  er-a, as may app-aar in its columns  fro -i time to time.  TUESDAY,     FEB. 16.   1009  Nntie-i is h^re'iy giveu tint Thirty  D..J-J after d������������������ i intend to npi-ly to  ���������V * no !OV'.-(i')lti Ctiiel V. nmv sioner  :>i l^a^us *n.l winks', for n I.iccii-.e to  pr'.speet for conl aod pstr.iouna uvi-  dor Vie- 'i'.'TiiAli'iii) aul tuiii.:r to wa-  , t������r on '.iiii lands ik nnd cf/'osiie-Vftl-  cte������ Lil-n.i, Si ay ward IHsir.ot, Jiritish  {Jo'.Wi'Ma.  Oo*ir������:::ev.ciHs;  at a post t.i.uUtsd on  the. e.it. i.������������������(..���������;> at the N.W. corner   of  Ca)-Hj    l:..ii'.,(Q   Indian' Ki)si:--e post  Val-.los    '.lil.-uie  ���������tb'j\!'^.- Cue FJ'.-.st tlO .chf.irs; t-hcicft  i'Jw Si.i.itK BO chains; . llvnce duo  XVtst bO chain?;; tiien'ee de.u North 80  :i>A::/ a \>'iew of cama;encft-.������*;r.  D tedtlis 28th (ky of .1-. mir--. 1909,  ���������Sr.VRIA JAKK l'TUEST.  Notiea is hereby given" tlutt Thirty  Days ������fler 'lute I iuierjd to'.apply to  tho Honourable Cui-sl Curtmiasiuner.  of Lands and Works for 'a License to  pr-.s-jMOj for coal and p������tro'.eura un-*  der the following d������gcrin#4 Innd* and  uutlei- tlio foreshore aud under the  water on tho lands b. cud opposite  Valdes Island. Sayward Uwtrioi, British Columbia.  Oon)inonainR- mt a poet i������iantod oa  Uio bux bfiach 1 mile sontWorly from  tho N.W. corner of C'jiiu iludgo Indian Resorv* post, Valdw Island,  Suywm-d District; thf-ncc civic East'  70 chains more or loss to n post on  tho extreme Eastern boundary of tho  said Indian IU*&erio; thence dufc south  SO chains along saxki l->\������-i.<������ra bo������n-  dr.ry of Indiun Reserve; thwncc duo  Wost 70 chains; thence due North 80  ohnins in pluoe ot corninc com*ut.  IMtcd this28th dny of January. 1909.  ROY MACOOWAN.  E*. Priofrt, Agent.  P0LLEG1ATE  Mr. Frank Scudamoro, the great*  ww cerresponaoivt., who seat many  o' lhe C-.Txai.en despatches durm*  tie late Boer Wer, owes his bedtM-3  39  l-otice is hereby giv������ ��������� i-A TLirty  I'p.ya aCt-'-r dnie I inten'l lo npp'y'to  the Eouou'uble Chief ''.'-.r.mifrpicn������r  ot .Lands and Worka for ,\ Li'j*en-������-6 to  )->ro-p?cli for coal and p'.lroloum u.i-  dor thp following described lands aad  under the foreshoro u;.U i.ndor the  water on the lanc.H in ���������'��������� nil opposite  Vaf<k>3 Island, Say warn 1) strict, British Co'.ijr.bia.  , Commencing at a post \>!w>tcd on  the sea beach, 2 miles -.wViarly from  tho N.W. corner of Ca; ������> 'Mndge In-'  dian Rewerve post, V.-,l.'V.-:Jaland,  "Bly^WRi���������r)iBtrictr-~T*w^-:i^i4a_JSaKt,  'VO chains more cr lu<*< ���������<( a post being the NMV",' corner ol !.. 1<������7, also  the Eflst-s.'-n boundary < -f ������aid Cap*  Mudrte Ind-i-e.yi Rocerv.":',(-t,iioo- diss  south 80 chaius; thenc- H.-������ Wo'4, Tf  chni'.iR: ��������� thdnce dv:o Norih %0 chfiir.B  io pbw of co������iaftnce>v."t.  DR*-td this 27th  d������y of  'nurr. 190  T-HK  ^rtllOST.  P.. I'rfortt, Ajjoat.  Notioe is hereby Rivsn thnt Thirty  Doya after date I iutend to s-.pp'y to  t'-,o Houour;iblo Ciief Conuni eiunei  cf Laucta ������.-d VVorks (��������� r a Liojii.'o t<.  prosp?os for ioal ?nd p-troleum un-  Saywur.! District; | der, t^0 foreshore and under tho water on the lands in and opposite Vul-  tlos Island. Sayward District, liritish Columbin,  Commencing at a post planted on  the sea touch at thc N.W. corner of  Cape Mudgo Indian Reserve post,  Valdes Island, Oaywnrd rKstn-ict ;  thivice due West 40 chains; thence due  South 80 chains; the-r.co duo ICnst 40  cliains; ihonoa duo North 80 chains  to plnco of om.mnceme.t.  DnUd this 28th Jvy of  January,  1909.  MAX.  MACGOWAN.  E. Priest, Agvnt.  IS. l'i'it-st, Agent.  Itotinu is h^r������by givn 'h-t Thirty  Dsyti AA-.V dnt* I intoi.d lo f-pi>ly to  t,Kr, Ifonoumblo Chiaf <'��������� rn'i.issioaer  et Lull.in and Works, for n Lio'"'H<a to  vroip-'-t for "Old luid p'M-o'outn n -  <lar tho followin/r dwcrlho;! Innds slt-  H������.te in    Buy ward, *I>ist--l.-t,   n-vltirti  Col'JITl'.'ft,  Coiunwwcinjr at * pout plimtad at  the roi������ior of Lot 00, n-. iba South  r.oiuirliiry of -suld I>ot t'tV, Ibunco duo  flovth 'M ehainB; tout dro W������wt  SO chaliw more or low) t-> M\c South  E*Ht corrtor of Ciuint-ni-n ll.iver Tn-  ilirm IVH'.iv*! Lot 71; thonro diu)  ,Noi-i.h i-4 oH������ins; thonoo rir.e Wont 30  ehnin.s to plaoe nt cotiwi'teeamont.  T).,tod thii 27th d������y of .Imu ry, 1005).  jorr>' .roH'NS.  IA. rrhist. A;tont.  N-'t'oo li hcreyb ({Wen thr.t Thirty  fluya a'tor d������to 1 intond to ������\iT'1y to  th������    llonontblo    V%AA    (' nv.ni -slonor  if L'.i-d* nnd Worka fot".i l.iuo'"������������) to  prcsin-ol. ior oo*l mul p t*������!i������ii>i un-  A*r tha forftuhoro nun unit r t)io wator nu tho iMsds In .v.id oppomtii  '','"''���������>: Tsl������n-1 Snywwrd IV^r-at, H������'b  l*t.-'. 'it iMt,ii..n,  :'   \niv*-ritif ������t. n p^Hi rh.nttl   on  >.-��������� ������������������������������������,-   V,.'-,i*-h ���������?. TTiiWn si7 i'hrrly fi-nin  ��������� '.      ',' \>i      -. r-if-v   '.'  fl.'."   M\nK-f������    lM-  U'.i-i       i'':i.*!,v,i     I '*!���������(,       V........   '.,'������, fA,  l'������>i v*..|-i Hi*.li-'"--',: !!���������'-*.- .- .i'i* Wr.;t.  r,.i',:,,.*! :.-. , * ! - ��������� .'" ���������'��������� ���������* '������"'*1������\ *0  i h'.mj,  l.'*i'.H������-i     ' *,'    *'.*'���������  "ii rhtfins ;  !.!-.��������������� A*   d>|/>   If ,"'r   HO   Chillis   lO.plllCB  '*: \. i..i'i* '������������������}* '.fnt.  in-!- i '.'.ur .Villi .1 *>��������� ol .) *.'!'iry, lf>0'J.  ' .loir: .loiiNrt.  K. fricst, A|fUit,  S poisoning i\<jariy enaea ims w<iys.   'tem-iw������ saved  A hJma:*������d he v.Tit.es������fsU??.'������:- , .  S ���������       "I have prove* Zar.i-0uk sutua Wossng i*****  Ii'i w-ird oli-vsra Lo "iMW cf IV. Bitot**.    The  fe -aohonnns dyo u some underclothln������? I was  % wsarhv; sslt luAt a' xtAi-;.. 1 \v\ 5iistam������l  _ and blood������j>oi50;uh r set up.   latlammatJ^n  _ w&i follawe'- by grwt* pain and sweLltvg, and  '������ t,ivm.ulKsrs broke out o.i my legs. Forssme  I'' tvm-j 1 coai.l nov -.val!; a few steps nor even  ������\ put my fast, io the sround. On my Jcft  >���������> lc^ below ths knao S hid swentsen ulcers  r_ which c-vit-iil hales, s.ito v/Mch I co������li pit.  ���������A my tha .rib.-. O.i fae right I931 had fourtecft  2 nl.-r.rs. Mjdxal trsatiront bailed to rellavc,  H ho.nsly rems-l'ies vvorj a??lie-J invain. V/oek  B followed week and 1 sradualy got, worse,  fe un*fil i wm war.i out with pain eni lack ol  Notice is horoby -given that Thirty  Days after dnte I intend to apply to  tho HooouraMa Chief Coram ssio.-.or  of L-mlu tnd WorHs for a Lic������o..e to  prospect f'.r eoai aud petroleum tn-  der the following deECi-ibed lands situate 1n Sayward District and boing  tjT~7lT~QTiinsam���������River���������Indian.JR.ftr_  sirvo.' ���������       '..' ���������  : "        "    ' ���������  Coinmcocinpi ������at tho North Weat  coi-r-or of said Koserve; thence due  East 40 chains more or less to the  North Bast corner of said Iteservo;  thence duo South 61 cfaaii;a wore'or  loss Co: tho Soutli Ksist torner of said  Eeser.ve; thonce due Wost 75 chains  more" or !<v,s to the South Wost corner of said Ttosor-eo on Quins-am Iliv-  ur; tbeeco North 'F.astorly b.1oi%j  Uulnswn Ittver to tho North West  eornor, of -Ro"cr*.>e place of commencement.  Dated thU 27tli d������v of Junnsr",   1000.  OL-IVIA 1MITF.9T.  E. I'riest, Asent,  Notion U hereby ({iven tha' Thirty  Pays niter d.ilo I Intond to npply to  tbo Hnnnurablo Chief Cotumissionor  <>f Lands and Wirks for 11 Lico'ise to  nrospfo* for conl and potto'enm undor tho followiBff doscrlbod lands situate in Sayward District, liritish  Columbin.  Commcnc-in-tr nt a post plantod nt  tho S.K. corner ot Tlmbor Ijoudo No.  49; thonco duo West 40 oh-atas; thenco  rtiw N'orth .������,f> chab a; thot'C-. duo Kant  10 chains; thonco <v ������i Houth 30  chslns to plnco of eommoneomont,  Da'-������1 ������hi������ a/tu duy cf .T-inu-ry, UOC.  UOY T������IUKS'P.  iL I'riest, AgvnL.  & u'.^eri. This --/as ct-iy.-V:^ mi ed, iiftd s- sii'-y ^  r, I aors3V3i-od v/ith the Zm-Suk txcnt'&xxlt.  ^ 3k. by bit t':i-3 p3r,5;ua������ witio.' was *h\xvtA  ������ ont. Tee ulcers ware hsilcd, and nev/ hsaU'i/  \ ski.1 gro.v ovyf t'io previously diseased jJa^cs-.  i I a^k naw quilo caro-.i, atii ta ?;raSru*1e. I  ������ mea^ion tiMs facts tlvit oihar safia-a-afr:.'-!  'I ska dts-sasi sai/ kio.v 0' sorasthinj v.'hich \  f, will care tfconv.  I -���������_    ���������.-.  9 7,mBi\ tWcri in'irihj from oriiiiarti olntmints an-.  3   wi a  ns Iht alio 11 Hie 4 t'lailt/ pro r    lor nl! i'ih  U (���������'���������.is  '<   t)  .1 iihicfiir,  -.ii'ti *.������.%  rmjn.0 in   c'uhlreu s ������      ImJi  ii',  /j///.,   'inih s i'i   1' 1. 'i   \-,lj (������ "     Ii     'it  am  i   i-izitm   itch  nllii lilon.1 po"-onirv3 fiict-h* in ih s, f* > ' (-.tuk    ^ ,  'e   cold bori-,  t.hi,>iei   'nml*.   hi '   Oo-tl bid        id'i <l  tiill  <*     1J0 the titi ������������������ i"ti'il   il  i.tui\  rt'himiUnin   nnnt'nt   end     t^^������  ���������'   sciatica    Ml ilrmtfl'- tin I *.'o?.������. *. ;/ nt Mj ������  I 1   01   jost     v^fcftS  frei  trom ZnmBtk Co,   Toronto  w   -p-iu      ti^fi,  3 hotel foi $ US f ��������� tTif  SH001  V        FOR BOYS *"  the Laurels       Belcher*Stre������t  Victoria, BC.  Patron and Visitor,  TH    LOUD  BISUOr OF  COLUMBIA  Head Maater  J, W. LAING, ESQ ,  M. A.,   OXFORD  Assisted by threo Graduate* of th* Reoog-  nized UaWereitiet of Grant BriUiu and Canada,  Kspimalt t Nanaimo Ky  Moderate tertr.B for boardara.  Property com'sts of Iivo aorea with ipaei-  tens aahool buildinRg, exteasive reor*atin  grauntfs, gymi* nam. Cadet corps org in  isd.  APPLY TO HKAU MASTER.  l^hi4'*-i,-M-H,'HwH^f4'WHH-M*  fc M, mXUmmSf-: '-���������  Tf^E   GREAT   &������KIN-CURE.  ^m^-sx_^t*Ar^  BSTT  k)  i.@s  .���������MLX7SX-    C      Z3-&."VIS.  Euglieh 4 x IlL'ItTON abtaya on tap also, the laroous MILWAUK.KE  B5!'ERS-A������l'.tuwr, Ikbumiao, Sohl l-*, &o. "OLD GRRY BBAHD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Winaa and Liquors of all khida.  Iho doardiug aad Lodging Dopartmrnt, or.doi* aha immediate suponnteudonoe of Mr������  Davie, will ba toai.d First olas* in every un-jeot,  RATES,  ipi 00 per day upwards,  ���������OjC-v  cjr.-ris ffCi- tfSirv sv-cJ-t &****������������������  x.  1 j-sjcil  ll  7ng!tl7*:i  mmm-.-*. ,*m*  No 'use in h.-voby ������ivi-u t^nt Tldriy  Uu)' (if'Hr dill.* I bitw'til i'liipyl, lo  th* ilo.ini'.Ulo (Jlilof t im.inlni'ii-i������r  <.f I.,,-v. *vul WnrU������ fof 11 IAmm- to  btoit'Oit* for ������*'al ttnd p"tr,,em undor tip f>>. ������������������hor..' nn.l nn t-r Hi'* "���������*���������  tve nrt Iho lands In ������r:l oitroivltu Vnl-  dvn KIimM. Ssy-wuril IhsViUt, llrltlnh  ro!iirn''l������,  1 niiitmtn- liif ut a post plimtwl on  ll.it ^.11 liiv.eii 1 in*Ht n'.iiih.uly from  llv s- W .''iri-nr nf 0 uo Wiidi;ft Tn-  'linn Vl'.i-ivo pottt, Vuldns Inlwul ;  1,1.,.. ., "'. ������ ee ^in������. thmiM  .������.". "...'..i������, fto ������������������hnlnn; thwnco rlii.t I'<������������t  HO chain*, ttiimcfl t\>������ .'u..(>  ithnliv tn p'nno ������f o'linmono'tnrnt.  l).ilt-d tlii,* '.hi'., ihiy <t ���������'������ >���������������������"���������   '0^������  p. t*nn?sT.  \*  Tlu1 house of liidjjeways was  osUibli-Oii-nl iti the year 1836,  Over seventy years reputation  for <jiiitlity and fluvor,  Al'L'hlCATlONS WANTKl),  Appliwvtioiu will lio 1-oo.c,'vi-il liy  tlio ii������pl(,r������ipm,'l up to MoHWuy  Ful.. 22ml. ltKl'.i, ���������to p. ���������,, f���������r  tlm pdhilion id gtnici.,1 workci' for  (lit* ('ity iii' ('iinil)oi'!nii<l.  Tlin siicui'ssfiil ii|)|)lii'Hi)t will hi'  ivijuii'i'd to do lliu hi'iivtMi^er work,  lu ad'liliou to |n'i'fonuiii^ four  rin-.. M'di-lf cnoli xveidi.  '-'';.!>���������   V!"-b������v   H-ilUr-A   |S(i    11  iiuui ili. For full jmiiu'iiliti's npply  loiiiiiUtivigucl.  A,   MeKisNu.v  Nothti is hcr-.-iw ������iv,.n iln'. 'fli'rly  I) v������ e'ler liAn I iiiiwi-l lo apply to  lb *i i)"ir ib'������ Oh'f Ciihiiii w������l.iiipr  ������.j Liii'h util Wofta fnr it Lifxciao t>  f������ra������pl���������o,, lor (fi,il unj polr.'iiiiin n ���������  der ib- f >f������*hori,  and iimlw t.ui   wn  I������a* ( u tli" lini'Nln (mil .i|'l-..������.iw Vul-     . . i.  ��������� .        ������>  i*-.*,** A.w\. h,,-uM iitktrli't. isritlvh ir,,# ������������Ml������M-hl|������ll|.������I up In J. noiiy Lb-  .nittr;. '."Wi, 1'MW, .-;������ H pm for tho  i-..*t pi.i.it^t <������'.; piniiidii ol <������.m.s(hI)1i' for thu  City J  ���������Hilary    V..y  ���������in  P persistent Advertising  |f produces  rofit in every kind of business,    *  The   columns of 'the News are always open for more Advertise- jl  ments.    Try a good big ad.  In Jtb Printing   we print anything from a  BIG   POSTER  WATCH  THIS  SPACE.  rH������M-M-H4- M-M-*4������H4rtrt"i������*  C.H1 TARBELL  And QU KITCHEN   UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  I General Hardware  s.3.   "fiity of Nanaimo.  ^ricroRijL���������co^t03:     aovxa  Sail from Victoria Tueiday, 7 a. r>. fo  Nanaimo,   calling at Croftor.   Kuper  and Thetis Islands when  freight   cr  passengers offer, arriving at Nanaimo  at 4 p. m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.  for Union Uay Coinox and way porta  arriving at Coinox at 2 p. ni.  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., foi  Union Bay and Nanaimo, arriving  at  Nanaimo. at 2 p. m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday, 7 a. m., for  Union Bay and Coniox, arriving at  Comox it 2 p. in.  Leaves Comox  Siturdny,   7   a.^m., for  Nanaimo, arriving at 1:30 p. m.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 1 p.m., f 0  Victoria, ariiving at 9 p, m.  VAN C0TIVEB - NA& AIKO - LADY  SatllF   ROBTB.  S. S.     "JOAN."  Sails irom Vancouver for Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, ai 2 p. in. aniviug  at Nanaimo at 5:3b p. m. "���������-.,  Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouvei  daily, except Sunriaj-s, at 7 a.m, 'arriving at Vancouver at 10:30 a. in.  UNION.  "8. S. aueehCity" (C.P.R.)  Lea Vaaojovsr, Sunday, 7 um Ar  rivts ������t Niuaimo, 8uud������y, 11 p. tr,  Lesvee Nauaimo M������bday,  3 a. in.   Arrive* ai. Uuion, Monlay, 11 ������, ui.    Auiv-*.  .t Comr.*, Monday, 1 p. w.  Lua\c rjoruox, Mutiday, 7 p. tn. Arrive  at Unior., Monday, 8 p.u^.  Ltave Union, Tueiday, 5a.m. Arrira  at N^naiwo, Tneidny, at 11.30 n. tn.  LeiYOi Nunaimo, Tutiday, ������t 1 p. m.  Arrlte at Vain'tumr; Tunday, ������t 6 p.nj.  Callng at WaV Poita wben fieigbt.Jptid  pawttnuera tfl'er. *���������  Arri.icA'nnMs wanted.  \|i|iliculiutu������ will bo  iTccivod  by  to a  VtairiW) Cam*.  The Iter.Itl Et. Hlcke  Al-  mnuac.  For 190H, ready Nov, 15.1908  host evHr sunt out, bountiful covers  in colors, lino port rait of I*rof.  Hick-s in oolor*, all the old ftat-  ures aiivl -sevornl now ones in the  book. Tbo be������t agronomical  '���������Hicks Weather Forecmnts." My  until 85c,  on   ntfiiu f-lni.i!������ 80e,  Ono copy free with Word nml  Works, Hi* beat $1, Monthly in  America. Dhcountu on uhnituacg  in quantities, AgtmU wnntod.  Word and AVorks Puhlifthiiifj;  Co,, 2201 LociiBt Street, Bt, Lonia  Mo, Every citizen gwes it to liim-  soir, to hi* fellow* and to Piof,  Hlcki to posBenB lhe "Hicks" fore  casti,���������tho only reliable,  The News.  XT'. 1  <-.t  , tl  i Ciiiiii/i-rUi..!.  Sittti-v   r.'uiitv ���������  iv  -���������!),  il: if It  ('(.lum'iift  ('omrnli'lwf ������it  lha 0 - '.*������*n!h *'  Ci,\e:   ������������������.!��������� 'if)     l"*; "1     1- -   .  \mbtem U������������n������������. Hayu^id \t -.-..ti������ ', ,mt j I >"H-" '* $ ���������������> pr W'*.",), i n-Mtc-; ..()-^ ft.\l.K���������S.-ftl poliilncn,  *a*i*ri,-**> ib* '?-'*��������� .-���������'������' ���������' I.l'.-.;,..">..r.il-|.i.!!.-.i.i1 wMl U rrqnin-d N-( j,,,,,,,,, |.,.���������������,v. niMnMi .|(iVm  (l������n(������<IUI  f'nlllh  V.  ,u,������     1������-'--.i,,.i.i    .-.���������H.,iu   iiu.:,.-   u������!a-1'    fl..'������" ���������*        ,,    ,        ,.,'-,.    ,i.,���������     ,;tiriv  ttd tbniao. ibm>-* duo *<  ������-" * .V"hho M,,r,[-     '",r f,,U 1"4rilc,,l",rM Rn������-. nn hnumiHi yield,,-.     I'ri.-oj.,  |������ii>r������ nr !<���������*��������� to *V$.b w-.'.*>- V-ii. r,���������  ������������r������i������:v t-> ll,.' i.:,.,!,..,*,*. ,,t I'. .;ird ������.i '  t*-tt   tieiib;   ttienei,    tint tH ',\������-������i*-rlv   l'.,!"i'i Ci-'umi���������������������������iniu*r.,  ta'  to  lite  eii,ttH    mild   ne*    i****b to nler*  A   ���������l*.1,i..-.;..i���������.,1,  |ifam������nC0m������nt ; .    .. ,,  UUd il>it i*n Any of J^������ry. ilwj A' ������' ^r������*"w  I  * ������    '        *���������-  MAHHtlt If w^nowtw  H FrrMt A������*t  J*w'v IVmul i������f r������������lii������ Oiiiiiiuiion  \vrn.  in: jM?r pciiinj; u uy niiiii iu'.I |n/.������i  Injto.    I.nij4<'i' lotf* nt r'-������iuci-u jtii-  ������'������.    All ������>rdcrn ������ill   ivi-i-iit* mv  prompt aUcntion.���������5������. R\ in,  (\������m.i\, H,(J.  H'JO m-rf-a ������,f bmil in Albertit or  S������������kntchow'!iii,  to   (ixolmnyo   for  ' i-v-'- " 1  -I-  .v  N"  or  .���������. i'f'i������Ht.l frnni Xnniiitiio loOyft.  , I.-:  IJivcr, "!' |).'t:iiiiin   nr   IJiH'nby  lelutiil!*.    Hi-ply  full    pHitleiiSjir-  in llrs.1 l^ttor to  I>**-t"d;  ForUv,  Slettlcr AHuTln.  FARM FOU SALE. Sitn-stcd  lit l'ltrkHvilli*, twenty  mihm frutn  Nanititno, <������n tho rotul to Ciunber-  html, fivo iiciwclwiwl, fruit War.  tug orchard,  two  iicren,  logs  nil  buiMii'd ofT. two ttcM'iw MlnaheiJ, yood  cnM'.'.^r. hitboil tuni  phmtcrcd und  newly painloil; chicken luuiao and  coniH, horeu bare, and other ont  buihlingi, Will sell cheap for ca������h  Tl.v !'...... c���������������������������.';-���������''���������*������ "f ton wm  itt  nil, froiitiiij,' on wilt water. Apply  to Nelaon I'rtrka, Parkeville P<������������t  (*>lllco, B. 0.   T"-"���������"-  "' .  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   lH.t, 1007,  NORTH BOUND-ttimcl  . r>t:wn  Pasiengei Train*  Daily  Pund������v  Station*,  No. 1  Yt'ttd,  ���������' *  Sat.  No, 3 *  Viotoria,  Dr. 0 on  Da. 18.00  0 .bul������ tliU,  10,-iO  16.Si)  Oiwiiihas,  10,48  16.41  Punean'i,  11.00  16.08 '  Oheumimii,  11 S2  17 35  Lidybtuitli,  11.67  17.55  Nanaimo,  12.SD  18,1(5  Welllngt-Jn,  ii ^    Ar 12.53  nrlBfiO  SOUTH B0UN-D���������Read  Down  No. 2  No, 4  W������lllnt������on,  Do. 8,00  Dt. 1500  K&ivaiuio  ������.1B  15 15  Ludynuiih,  tf.00  15 58  Uiidiiiai. vi,  *.'io  IS 92  Dn.uau'i,  10 05  10.58  Cwwloban,  10.20  17 08  CouMi Hill,  10.40  17,������   ,  Viotoria,  Ar. 18,05  18.55  ���������\ Thcuiuwd Mil* and Cnmmuiiition Tn.  kelt 1111 kAlr.Knotl ovei rail nnd tiean.et  ���������inci) lit two uiul one-hall cent* per mile.  Special trnins and steamer* for Excur  iivna, and HUurcit r ilea for partlei muy  be; artaec'cd fm nn application to the  Wt  )'������������������. A^entat Victoria.  The Company reierve* the right to  chaniie williPUt nrevmua tn iicr,sie������me>f������  inilinn dnies nnd hours nl ������Hili������i;.  Itxuuraion Tickets on Side In tit and to  ill SimlntiK, unnd lor itmni; )oiimty Sat"  in ('ay and huiulay, r������iur..n.g mu <������������������  iiitn .MomJA),  L. D. CHE'l'UAM  District Passenger Agent,  *i*-ii C*:A.\vi::r.i-m 9ireott  VICTORIA, H.C,  NOTICK  Any person or persona, eiittin-a,  reiiiuviiig or taking   nny   td.-rka,  tiinbur or wood, of nnv <Vscripti������Mln  lx������lonpiiift to tho Wellington Col-  ii'ry <Vy., or fcom or'off the lanil  :f tV ������������id Cninpftnv. will b*t* \iw**  ��������� ���������<!lltO������l to tilt' ftlll I'HUMIt of thu IliW,  I1'.   I). Littlo,  Suporititendfiit  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  eo viAur  ifXPERIINOg  ATEN^TS  1  Truwt Mam*  Dctiatr..  Co^rni������HT������ Ae.  A HTM* tmmte * ������������������ ������������#%������������l*# tntr* tmn Mat  n������i������*i? ���������'ii-wiota iftt if. t.mt(** *t,*iii*t m  |..������,.nfl..il W|ifw<UM*|i*lni:i.������4������, ������..n.trur.tr*,  '^fllftf11l������f.������(l^������������N4. h*.*Ult*i������, Vi. I'M. i ���������������  KJ't Urn. 1 il.tml .tmf.\ ti^ntiutitta-tni'-.f.  |>M*ntf KkM lkf������������������tt .'.tetm A\*. 1*K-H1*  ���������p#fMl iviIKi. wMlumttlu ..',', |,'i IM  ScHttnlic Hmxkaw.  A ���������tan*w������������!-rtt*wr������������������.l mmtt. i****** *w,  fuluioii iif wr t_m*ti*e kn* h.tn.* t* *  tmv- ti'lm.niJU.tl. aeml If lil _**.���������*!^_ -'*. THE   NKWS,-:CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
The drink of strong men and healthy women.
Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian
Nanaimo 6. C.
Ia *
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A*'* T3
Sole Aszentsfor BC
��nd Adventure
Ashore and Afloat
with '--_.__��� ���
Jt you like to read of the experiences ef
aoulers, (hooters ond camper* or yachtlnct
or It you are Interested In country Ufc, ask
your nei-'sdealer tor Foreat and Stream,
or write for free specimen cony, or Bend
twenty-five cents for four'weeks' trial trip.
Fo'rat and Stream is a Itrge Illustrated
��jokly lournal,which contains the 'ollowlnj
G\tn* Bad and Gan,      NMixral.tTiatory,
&11 ��nl Kivcr��*'i��hing, ; tucnun*,
YhiSp rl��m��n To-trial, {AtQainf.
Rille and Trap, K-imul.
We send free our catalogue of the best booku
' on outdoor llie and recreation. ft
3��6 Broadway, Ne " V An City,    ft
ii'i**. *\&_\??v<?  ev'*.7?fT\        r.
ft La'iOiifc. ���"���'
For tlie
Walworth-Rolston Co. m.
H.  S. ROLSTON,   Managing Director.
'   \' Vancouver, Be 'C.
See E, C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.
.".^���/'s ���'���;���7T""n,-:7^f iv*
'.''V .;'. f^..�� v.;�� I.-'1  (,*���
-Cumberland livery f
:: and Feed Stable...
It is ' reported by cnblo frim
jjonilon, JC;i<jr, thnt, IJovril Ltd.,
tin.* largest tuni n oft wH-aly known
mnnufucturortf* of coneenti'ittid
leiif pi'fjai'HtioiiR in tho world,
lias acqnitoil control of lrr,,o cf-
t��ite*iii the Argonfioe  ltupnblie.
Tho report further states tlmt a
Comyiiny lifts beon formed undor
tlio mime uf "TJio Argnntino Ks-
tc'os of Bovril, Ltd" with a capital of $H,405,U00. (700,000
])nnls etorling). Tlie prospectus
informs ns tlmt, tho Conipnny h
ergtinizou in ordor to gun ran tec nn
unfailing -aoui'co nnd to ensure nn
ample supply of highly brod cut tlu
for uso in tho manufacture of their
woll known beof preparation!
Wn learn on good i u'hority
that tlteFo estatos are among (he
liiickt grazing ground*. In the world
eimprbnj 488,08:! acies with
100,000 head of liormd cattle, and
two Inrge factories fllti'd with all
the Intent iipplliuiwH for the preparation of the raw material lined
In tho tuanufictnroH of Bovril.
It Is further Ktnti-d that, the parent ('oinp. ��y Bovril, Ltd has en-
gngod to take, ao a minimumipinti
fty, 'trVflOOhnnd nf n H.�� ��nnn-
ftlly, Thi* i* sujp'.'ttunlary to
the lurgo supplies nlrea iy coining
from the British Colonies. It i*
expected iliat this liumbor will bo
grt��.Htly ImwaswI a* the resonico-t
nf the uew Company are develop
'JJ'ms flotation promises to lie
one of the most successful pra-
mt/lbiis of the year.
�� t
wvum* waf���.��wsii*wsaiiai.i ���b ws���iiwti
and Coal
Hiding on looomotiven nnd- rail
way curs of   llie   Union   I'lolliery
Company by any  person   or   per-
ions���except tain crew���ii.; striuily
proliJHied.    Employees   r,re sub-
'K: U .'.uuiiysitl for ullowing Kiim-
Uy order
Kuan as O. Litti h
Mcna 'oi.
���7 "
iti. season" at
Minsimiu' Avenue ]
���f CUMBFRLANO,   H. C     ���
*���* "��
TJia  limit iinti'i'h   iietntdu.
'fieien nml 'nvlf-tfmtanlliu wholii
.^.iiim.iiin HyKinm,   inik'u.   ih'��'
f*lllc nl In olil Volii'i. Vin'vi Sir:
en* n*bililji, Mfhiiit unit llriiii*,II erry, Ik
���Kindi'tu'ii, '.'mim*! Weiiknei.'i, *.iiiw��*.*.ijw. N't''
iniitnri'h.tti.tntil Kfeein 0/ .i'lit/iem' heefxnr
l'rlpu U per li'ix. nIx fnr la. �� "h�� ��III p'-i-Mii.t .<
wliluiii'i'.  fl..M liy nil tlnitael'Mpr mullet) In
pliUn |ik��. un Ni:iii|.t <>f Pri"*,.A,1"1" C'!"'  '''
CooK'8 Cotton Root Cvj.-.fous;l
v��� Tlio are-l t'tMl:-f- 'i'onl-, a-iA
M^jicmy imlo clTi'i'luftl McMthiy
K!.e&t<\KtiMi, CiiMIn tiirci ili.*n.��*
'Til   ���t ���>��,���, nnl'i-Nn. 1   l��l :  Nn *.,
For tloS|jin�� Trade
Tented Slock, Swells   for Farm
Guidon, or ConFcrviitory, .
hum thu host urowiirs in Kn-^biiiil
France, Holliiiid, Unl'etl Biuios
and Oanadn.
Fruit  antl Ornamental Tnec,
Small Frultn, humi> urotvn
FerlililerH, Uoo Supplio', S(.n\\in|<
Miiitrri.iN, Cut   Fl nvers etc.
M.   J.    HENRY
OrflS'ihouflt.'s,  Good TIou*��hs and Poat
Uirloe Adirn a,
UftV       .,   t.*.m   .      ...........   X\" ..Z^,
Ttvi.rtV MufKiv  TtiM\iVi Vnv.rMivi'r.
Syuopsia   of   OanaiUn   Homastoad
Any avnilnblo D.nnhiion Lsnuls within
tlw Ilailwny Holt, i'i British (Jolumb'fi,
mny t)�� hmnosteaileit by nuy pars in wlio
ia tlin sole hencl of n family, or nny main
over 18 years of ng*-', to tho oxlout of ono
Hum-tor wuciidti uf 1(50 uorja, more or Ifss
Kntry mini, ha mndo ptiBorially at Uio
looal lam! odioo for tho distriot in which
llieliuvl in Hitiiato, Kntry hy proxy
iiiny, howover, bo mndo on crtnin u.i.-
ilitioim hy Uio father, mitlior, non, dmufh
ter h-other or sinter it nnd iritomlinu
horn slundcr,
Tho liomo-jt-onilor in mptirHil to perform
tlio conditions oounoclod thrro < itli
under ono of tho following plans',
(I) At loanti f.ix monllw' rr'sidenoo upon
end cultivation of thn Innd In nioIi your
for throe yen rs.
(:!) If tho fatlior (ov mother, ir the
flit-hens deomH'd), of Iho hoineHloiiibr
recii.los upon a farm in tho vioinity of tho
hnulont'.i'od for, tho rtviiiremnnts nrt to
renl lon-30 mny be ifmtUII��d by fiuo'i picHon
vor i. Iv ft with lhe fnt hor or tnnlhrr.
1.') If Ul 1 ftoUler liliH hiri p-jrniiirioiit. n-
.bIiIi'ihjo upon fni-mhi-sr liini'f''owupil by
him in tho vicinity of hU hi-moKtoiid, tlin
ii'i|niroiniMil�� nn t��iwidonoo mny hn h*I-
II d by renidunco upon thn 8H<d Iniul.
.-',i montl'fi' notice in   -.viilinK Rhould
ln< i.'iven tn tho ('ofiiminiiioner of  l),.niln-
ton I<iiiu1h ii1 Dtt-iiWdof inti'iition to ii|)
lily for p.tloiit,
I'oAi.,���t'osl niliiioa ritfhU mny be
1'iiKi'd for 11 poriod of ti'i-nly one jciirn
i!1 mu annual rontnl of 51 jut nore, Not
morn thnn '2,flil0 ueroM Hirill lm lefincl lo
eiio individual or nntniumy. A royalty
1,1 tlio vale of live oenlii per Ion nhnll be
(..illootod on tho m��-rohr,iiUihlu onal mined
W. \V. C.nllV.
IVpuly of the Modular of the Interior
N'.ll, Unaiiiliorl:,.*i'.l implication of thm
iiilwirliHcnicnt will not he paid Ioi'.
UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd
Week-and aerviea   between Vancouver,
Nan di o, UnioH, Clomoi-, by   the    '
stetl Clyde built twiu aert<*./
steamor "COWICHAN"   '^'
Sailing as under���'���
Leaves V��uoouver, Saturday 8pm
Arrives Nanaimo,  Saturday 12 p m
Arrives Union, SuntUy 6am
Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8am
Leaves Co nox, Simday 4 p m
Lecvos Union Suuday5pm
Arriven Nauaimo, Sunday 11pm
Arrives Vancouver Monday 7am
Stage loaves' Union for Cumberland t*v-
ery Sunday morning on arrival of' COW-
[CHAN;" aud loavos CumDorlund Hotel
&tf 1 p m, connecting with eteamar al
�� fi
-��� Funeral Direct
i ������B
I ter   and   Em-|
I      balmer     I
Hotise Xlalsine: J&e-^j
fi ne,vim: tt Foundations^
O Carc-fwlly Attended to.
^���Onmberlaud,' B. C.
Nottc�� ia hereby tsiinti' ibo.% -Tlittt?
D��yi after date I Intand to apply T-,<
the Ho��Quriitto Chic! QomirA'A.<ai.tt
of Latuls nnd Works for a Liccrisa to
prospect for ooal aod potrolwra under the for*��hots and under Jim war
ter aud upon tue land in Comox.Harbor,
Nelson District, de*cribcd as'follow*;*
Conimencing ata post planted about 25
i.hains south east of the south west 1 ot-
n��sr of P. Collins claim; thence ea��t 65
chaius; thence .south about,:, seventy
ehaini tbtheshore line; thence, foil-owing :hc sinuosities of the shore line to
pUce ef commencement, containing a-
bont 300 acres ,;;      ��� ;
Dated this 30th day ��f December 1O08
R.Ross N*pier, Agent;
N<3tico is heraby given that Ttlrty
Day,! alter data I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commie-siopsT;
of Lande and Worbn for a Liwrioa to
proepeet for coal, ajad pe-^rplouin, un-���
d��r the foreshore a��d una��r' tho water and on the land in Oomox District,
described ��s foll.iwi:���Coaimonciug at a
poat plaited near the fast epmer of ibe
Cndian Kiuerve, Comox H ub ur; thenoe
went 53 ohains; thenoi north about 20
chains; thence easterly followiag the sia-
uosities'of the *hor�� Uae
to placo of oanvn.euc��mont.
oonUmiuK about 100 aer��.
Dutel this 29th day ot D-seember 1908.
-.���������:,.:    M. i.NAPJ.BR.r,.;,'  .
R. Ross Napier, Attend
Notiee is hereby ffimi that Tklrty
Days a/ter date I intead to, apply to
the Honourable Chief Comsaiajsioiuiv
of Lands and Works for a license to
prospect tor coal and petroleum under the foreshore and uider the water
���md on the lands in Oomox Harbour,,dis-
cribed as follows:���Cawmencing at a v?eb
planted at the touth eaat oorner ef Sama-
-.1 Spenoer'b claim ou Gcost 8pi:; thonce
south 80 chains; thenee wres�� ,66,ehsiriB to
he shora line;  thetce about 26 ohJns
north westerly, folio wing tbe siuuoeitie*
i lhe -shore lin��; thtcce uri h '65 chains;
thenoo ent 80ohaitfl,
to place of OQUuneficema-iit,
..-ontaiuing about.630 acr*
Dated this ,29th day of December 1908.
R. Ross Napier, Ar. nt.
1 Hi:.
V i>l\'/r
'���*'��    'it.
���}< A'.xxx-*���i.orAzn lot*
Notit'O ,ia hereby given that Thirty
Dnys nftor dale I intond to apply to
Ilia 'llohoi'irnlile Thief ('omrnl.'wionor
uf l.nnd�� nnd Worka for n Ll con-so to
prospoot fur conl and putroloum under tho forealum' nnd uinlur *th-y xx-tx*
ter and upon tlm Innd in Ueu.ox Hareum-.
and dt ei-iln-d .r follnWH:���Oiminr'nnilltf
iitnpSl- pliint d nt lhe simth weal oor-
l.ei-.f It, R. N��|lVn elaiini thenoo oust
8.) oliaiim; thmire sotrli 80 ohain 1 thenci
west 81) obiiinM thonoo imr h SO ehuina;
to (iliice uf I'ominoiioeineiit
ontNini -xulioiit OU) i.eii.*.
DUuil thin littlti (Uy ef V oeinher IUC8.
R, Kiw< N.pier, Atfom
Notiee in hereliy ��lvon thut   Thirty
Notice is hereby given that Thirty
Daya after date I intoiM to apply to
tho Honourable Chi*f ComritleiJlorter
of Lands,* and Works for a License'tb-
prospect for, coal and petroleum undor tbe foreshore and under tho wO/-
er and on lhe lands In Comox -District
described as follows:- Commencing, at a
post planted at the north west corner of
S.-Spencer's claim; ihtnce south 66
chains; ihence west ��0 chains .ihence
north 8b chains; thence east 53 chains to
the shore line; thence following the sinuosities of lne shore line to the pl.ice of
coiiimericenieni, contawtng about .600
acres, ,. '  .
Dated this 29th dav of December 1908
R. Ross Napier, Ajrent.
N'olice is herohy given that Thirty.
Payn aftor date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Cliiof Oomml��*lo��er
of Lunds and Worka for a LJcojiito to
proupwt tor coal snd pat'rolbum ua-
dar thr foreshoro and tiader 4V.o wa��
tr and on lhe lands in .C0101 H-srhi-ur,
Con-tox Diatriot, de onbti at W'pwa:���
t'ommeneii u ut a po��t p'Httid at the
norih west eorner -tf M. A. rfapior's
claim; tl-eace south ibasit 60,chamui
theuou woU fllwtit 'iti clihl iv; (hence won*-
terly foil .wing tho linuoH.tiou, et the
slmiu 11 '.ti in p'hcb of oommoncement,
oout- ininif Hb-.itt 27S acres.
Dato 1 ths 30th dav if Peoomber 10M.
-     H, Hosu NI*pin-, A-zest,
Notice is hereby Riven that Thirty
IV.y. nfter date 1 Intend in npply to
the Honourable Chiof CuoimiMlnn��*r
of Umil/i and Worka for'n. Lleanw to
|,|i.H|i''Ct for coal and i'.e��.rolen-n  nx-
dir the furcshnie and under the \mer
nnd upon tho lands known nt While
IHulT Reserve. Comos District, d**s. rlhcd
as follows;. Commencing ,M a past pl.m-
ted'alioiii jocliainse.nl from the West
K.nd nl' C>io.�� Spit, in Comox Harbour;
ilifnce'mutli 80 chains; ihence e����t tr*
iliainsiih'isi'Mouth 80 chains Ihennt
Mnys ivft.-r date I  inieml lo apply l'i' ttrM ��0 rhaint to  ptar.e   nf   ronimein'.e.
Um   Iln.iimiilile   (,'hluf  (!oti\����lanli>nor | '     ,.
of Lnu.lM ami ��',������!:�� for n Ucumm m'n.M.t; .'"nia....n�� aboulfi^ ���������*���
Dated ih'u iqihriay of Deremher   i<",i 8
IVlion  In Courtenay
^ft^iooSS Courtenay Hotel
Fira    and    Life ^
Kvt-ry convciiloiirc fm* niic:.is>.
Ttio UuutiHi Ho*. 1 tor Kp.,iUiii.-n
IU; t of \\
TEvi'vy Mi.tt.'.tty attl  l'tuluy   r
will he itiMou'tt  Ut deliver l*'rc.h
Bu'ter anil'all kiiuU��'fVegetable*!
��n<l also 20 t��m�� of poUtow; will
�����i| cl.f��j..
Clilt* YiiUK,
�� \ \ ��� 11 *.t ions for
Fire Itisnraucr call ami yet
late* Uvforc iii,sttr'uij{.
Wt3sley V/illard
fvillu- 3tov:-,l
ivt t) 1 <1.
it the Htr.
John Johnston,    Prop
t your Jol) Printing
one at tlio Newb.
;���*�� vim t*v*>,
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54,00 Per Year,   Single Copy, 10 Cts,
B*\rnPL�� Copy Free.
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].ri;��.i' ctnck. -Aj.ji'y tn Wm. iJiin-
c:in, Siitnhvii'.k.
proK.ii'.t  lor conl mul potroliMim mi
der the fnifhl,ore nii-d under  thn   wniiir i __
ai.d .rn the I.m I kno��vn as   White   UlulV     n-Mee it, hereby Kiv��"~tiat "TWK-y
Rtsr-iu!, Cum,)*  Di'-tiut   di-snihfd   ;��s J !>*��>���< ��vftwr dato I intond to appb" '���o
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ni ihcno.ihsu.1 coii.rr uf K. K, Napici's j r,r,.B,^.t t,v coal and p-UoUmw un-
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11 wine die sin onl in of tii* .her* ;rs e
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ill Hor',*.
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lmy* ui't.ir iImUi f intend lu upply lo
t|i<> Ho lotiiali'.e Chiof I'oiiiniiNNioiuir
nf UuiIh and Wiirl.N for a lileetttte tu
pi-oapi.ci for innl mul petroleum un
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Kidi.ii iiu i'liul in I'nm x l|,,ih nr,
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days afier tlitp I intend lo apply to thn
Hon "Lif Commit-v"-)! ��r e.f I.ai.da 4 it if
Woilt for a lirenre to prmiiert for e��*l
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iU Un Jia^iHf, Afpi THE NEWS, CUMBEBLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .;.!'tv-fi*f2*?*i;.'������-^-;������:>7 ���������*;'"������������������������-������" r*x*'-  tiie.T~iXOZtUMS^sS. .*viw.���������":���������  ''������*���������&  ,. -j-a^.;-.������ -^������r-.r**r;*.-iiCK;Wv,VM^- ''j&i.sii-*in^T-^<;-;>:C' -c/:*-:-.-ix:-c������^vjBi5otixv -?."������Ki3ii*?K:i������S33Wa--a ts^wirasflff-saaaej  ;r-v->~.ss>,. ai;sr*-v jwsi.'ss'srsSs, .?������r^;������;������;>t;..;������;-wi;iv;v i^-v*-,-?-,; -..������������������^.-.' .-.-i i',**^.:r������M,Jia3������������'w������it *hs������icatt3se8HwSiB  ��������� " Al      -���������*_ mi ^ja-f-wtfltr.  t%Mk*a*  LEWIS BEOS., & Co., of Toronto, have purchased the entire Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe Stock  of J. N. MeLeod which was saved from Cumberland's recent fire at the low price of 48c. on the dol- _  ^ lar. We h&ve leased the Gleason Building for 2 weeks, during which time we are closing out the above O  n med stock at prices that were never bafore attempted in Western Canada. We realize that to clear  put an entire stock in this short space of time is not an easy task to accomplish; but we do not know  the meaning ofthe word "Failure." Already over one fourth of the stock has been sold, and with the  second deep cut in prices whicii we have made, it is a question with us whether the stock will last the  allotted time or not. REMEMBER our lease expires in 13 days from the opening day, and then we must get out.  Be wise and profit by Mr. MeLeod s losses, as such an opportunity will perhaps never again present itself. Prices average about  one half regular.    Yours for a complete close out. LEWIS BROS, & Co., Cumberland, B. C  mxm>z>  ei2kS3SSf^sai-ri^  r>v *--. --\^***i.04-<������W������^---^^^^  Local News.  All local items of a business  nature will V charged for at the  staudard rate of ioc. a line.  *****   *.* -tm.      **������^   ��������� *���������  E. 0. Emde Pip������ tilting and  General repairing.  IF YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  Adverti-sevs will o-i nlVr a favor  hy bringing in their ad������. not later  -tlian-MdndayT-as-th-is���������will���������enable  the printers, to"'insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that   all  dehts due me in  connection   with  the. New England Hotel aud othor  wise must be paid immediately to  my attorney-in-fact, Mr. P, Pliil-  LOST���������A gentleman's    over  eeat on the evening of Burns anniversary* in the Cumberland Hal  Finder will please return   to this  Office.  Our   splendid    tie*   stock   of  Spring Clothing now in. up to date  in u!! partic-iilarav-Your inspection  Ryliciied. ---Si'inou Loini'r it Co. I.d,  Tlie I Jig Store.  lipps HarriyoH,~~lJarrister at--iEaw  who has beon authorized by me to  collect and sue for the same.  THOMAS DWYER  New Spring BIoubcj* mow show  ing 'it the ill' Store.  WhJt6weaiY'LiU!ftCiiri-jiin������,Tiipe������i-  try Curtains, Curtain Mutdius, and  many other linei* now i-liowing at  the Big Sto:-o.  -t!������_  Mr. Arthur Uerwiek, late of  CVi!ardiS:Collard,Eng. snd Ma������on&  Ri������*h, cgents Victoria, piuuo nnd  organ tunor,will be in Cumberland  nil this week, Tuning eontrajtor  lo C.P.U.Kiiipt'ww Hotel late tuner  1 P'.idenvi'Mii, Madam Nordlea's  American tour. A n.i re Ilenoist  Juan Geriuiuy etc, J.oave order*  at this office,  ���������tv  QUMlAWtH,  Yoiii'.^' lo.ioti, I'I* lb. champion  ������.f ;;.o It ir'd,\veal i.i willing lo put  uu Uin uliivtiii with all coiner*  wi ii'i no iit in training nnd nftor  his i>out with J . Day. 1*)*J Ib boy,  be will bn willing to tnke on  Kfly, Lauder or Stamina for tlic  lightweight Chiiiii|.KiiiH'iii|i of Canada at Iiih liglilweigbl   limit   Vd.l  t      ���������      , ��������� i '  , * ... b   K&ku*d)   1:, ��������� T.',-..'..^".'.*.  Cuinkil.i.i.l, I!. C.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE, that I Thomas Dwyer, intend to make application to the Board ol Licensing  Commissioners at their uext sitting, for a transfer of the rettiil  liquor licence now held by me in  connection'with the .New England  Hotel, situate on tho East Half of  Lot 3 in Block 3, on  Dunsmuir  Avenue, in tbe Municipality of  Cumberland, to William  Gleason  of the said Municipality of Cumberland,  THOMAS DWYEIt  by bin Attorney in-fiict,  HENRY KKlKElv  ���������  o- ���������  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby giveu that  I intend, at tlie next meeting of  Board of Licening Commissioners  to make application lor a renewal  of the Hotel retail liquor licence  held by mc in connection with  New Kngland Hotel situate on  Dunsmuir Avenue ou the East  Half of 1.013111 Block 3, City ol  Cumberland,  Dated at Cumberland ll.C. this  9th day of February 1909.  William C.i.kason.  TAKK NOTICK, that I intend  to apply to thu lioiiid of Licence  Commissioners, at their next meet  lug for a wholesale liquor licence,  to sell liquor by wholeiuilr, at my  premises nitimte un Dunsmuir  A veil nn, iu the City uf Cumberland, known aud deseribed as Lot  ,\   ���������       ,.'       \   m.  V   lit   it,/. *  I.  Mli'l'liii IJ'^'ORA.  Mr. J. II. CidliiH, -r S.'ou.it'li.  U.C. I'tnnerly rn tin-��������� ty, unveil by Friday'* lx,.it,������ 1 n ti'i������iim������*������  trlp.  FOU SALK-ui,������  wolfhound  bitch, $20.00 llvt' wrdflinnnd pup'  $.Vljli for lnK'Jxu,  am)  $,.0X1 lor  dojj'i; apply at Creamery, Court  nay.  \  1  i'i  At  i  9  . *t���������>������*yy>V>m*0 *���������** >3?>W 9Tm*Jm*9M*y.0-\*mm������#9H  CUMBERLAND TAILOR I  T. TANAKA. PROPRIETOR  Lull.'.���������<* *:",d  i'������ Suits  Mane to Qnlet  .Ml Work First Claw  f >rri1fni  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  CAeiTAi.,83,900,000  Kkskrve, ������4,600,000  Money Orders--���������"--  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,. Francs, Marks,  Rublos.   Lires, Kronen, ere.  Payable All   Over  the World.  Money Paid by Telegraph or Cable.  FOREIGN- MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD.  Savirgs Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards  "M^OTCfKKT  ^ ~ A7B.NETRERBY:  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^^^������������������^^     ������������������< t-9*t*'tr+9999^94>9999-*'9  PRIZE WINNERS  ROYAL   STANDARD  FLOUR COUPONS  The following ten nurnbare have been drawn  from duplicate of the coupons which left our  mills during January   17000   28201 85766 27570   35903  28415   5666   7433    26307   27775  To each person returniug the coupons bearing any of the a~  bovc numbers'we will, as previously advertised,.deliver free of all  charges, a Handsome Dinner Set of 109 pieces.  CUT THIS OUT AND KKKP FOR RKKKRKNCK  RKMKMHKR all   ihe   coup.ins bearing the above uumbers  have left our Wilis, but route may be iu lhe bauds of  thc dealers.  Prizes will be awarded 110 matter   when the   lucky   coupons   are  xiturned.  DON'T PORGKT we are giving away 10 sets of dishes every month, nud every 49 lb >a k of Rojal Standard contains a  coupon,  Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCn'UVKR,   M. C.  "* THE KIND '"I  THAT PLEASES '  THE PEOPLE  E. W. GI1XETT CO., LTD.  Tor' .to, Onl.  ��������� A_'^<rWv'  '.Wll^W  A Diet of Sovril  or BOVRIL'jandwiches  quickly rebuilds wasted  strength, and gives increased  vitality to the system.  Because BOVRIL yields more  nourishment   than   any other  ^food.    Invaluable for   nursing  mothers, dyspeptics, etc.    .  Order Bovril from Your Dealer.  9������  ���������*Saj Bill; aro you going to take  iu the Masquerade?"  "Bill" What Ma-aqnorndw?  I/.u���������Why, tlio O. & U. Firemen*? s MiisquerHdo Hall, to be held  in tho Cnutliorhind Hall on Mur.  17th. St. Patrick's Pay. Its  thoir annual Ball, and always  proves to bc a success,"  A met*ting of the Grand Black  Chapter of Royal Black Knights  of 1 reland >v������s hnld on Monday  Feb. 15th.  I Now Come and See|  I     What 1  Have Got J       I  $       That is good, durable nud fancy iu the line ol Xmas aud <���������  f. New Year's Presents.   All my lines  are now complete in (.������.  & everything.    I now take this opportunity of thanking one <j'  4 aud ull of my customers iu the past, and hope to serve them ^  <*) better than ever iu the future.  I - MoLEAlV  || KSCllUVINd ON AU. lTUCUA^rW I10SB KltKK.  \tw^Mm^M<^ <im't**m>:*Am������(^  I  TENDERS.  TENDERS will bo received by  he undersigned up to Wodnosijay  evening March JJrd. for tlio building of one store.  Plans and spcciflecutioiis may  lie Keen at the pliico of R, Grant  t!c Co. Tlio lowest or nny tender  not neeuMurily accepted,  lt. drant^Co.  Itenieinher tlie Methodist Concert on Thursday Evening, a good  program me i������ bihig arranged.  Don't forget the Sale of Work  by the Ladies ofJprace Methodist  Church in the Cumberland Hall,  on Wednefday. Thoro will also bo  siipper served froin 5 to 7 p. m.  Tlie Polico,Commissioners mot  last Wednesday evening, at which  the resignation of constable Hornal was received nnd accepted, Applications to fill the position to be  called for.  H. J. Surgooner loft by Saturday's boat as a representative 01  Courtenay I.oyal Orange Lodge  No. 1850 to attend tlio Annual  meeting ol the Most Worshipful  Grand Orango Lodgo of IJ. tl.  hold at Victoria, on the Kith and  17th Feb.  Courtenny L. O. L.-"-No. 1850,  had tho pleasure of a visit from  HieWor. Bro. J. W. Whiiteioy,  Grand Organi7.cr of B. C  liIlig Jou" wo are infnrinod was  electioneering twenty four hour  after the election was" over perliapa  ������Joe" had the uext gem rhl election  in view at tho time.  m-mmmmrmmtm  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������^������������������������������������������������������<r4-> */���������*<.������������������  WhUe in Cumberland Deal With   \  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Mtatsand Verm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  LADIES' TAILOU-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CHflOH TO   OROBH AND  IN ANV STYLE YOU WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  C TT M V. V.U T, A N D,  II. C.  Str*  *  IQMMWM  ���������     i*    *V **.)_i-w'  ���������'w.'tt   G*%*W.mm*}tMm**m\ *****  MAROCCHI  GROCERS   Oe   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  ^1  *******  Agent* for Union Brewing Company's Hhfck and  1M>RTHH. V.'hi.U'ide Dealers Iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  49  PAY DAY SPECIALS.  Wc offer thc following specials for thc balance oi the month fur CASH ONLY  Carpet Square* at COST. Short ends of Linoleum tn length*  from it to ao feet wide at COST  Fancy upholstered parlor and Morris Chairs at ao per cent off.  All general liues including a fine assortment of Blankets and  i omtuTters i*l n> ptv teat. dLtouut  50 pairs of I ace Curtains at sped.il price*,     All new patterns.  The Kight Trie*  Furniture Store.  A. MrKINXON,  J. H. COLLINS  MtMftr.  ..������<������������������.������������������*.  ** laiMi^ ������,


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