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Array A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Oomox District*  The News, Seventeenth Year,  ...'CUMBERLAND  b. C.,"   TUESDAY, '  OCT.,  22,    -1907.  *\ OCT 2);IW?:* ������������������*&!  %L*'flgiA. fel%���������  The -Enterprise,  *���������**+��������� .> *>; ���������  ������<s>������������������������������^^ ������@������^������(^������<3������������@������������S)������������������������SX^  At The BIG STORE  ������e: are now showing .ili  lines of fall..ML*..;.  Your Inspection-; Solicitel,:  *mik9^***m  SIMON.LEISER&CO.,  ���������LJ MITED -  CUMBERLAND,   B. 0..  W5XsX5)������������*3X^ ������>@������������������������e^������������������������������������@^  r  Cash   Stope.  FOR  A'ra ; -u:  STOVES  v   ���������'-?   .-��������� .   . '  ��������� ,.'.   and, -.;.-,  .Wiut.%**. menwi  tttOOD   *,tod  COAL.   AIP^ TIGHT.V.HBATERS.  ^AAi*i\-m.*.i.'-.'Amu**mmi**mmm*mmmmmmmm ���������'  buiismuirAViiivuei,, ,;  CUMBERLAND^. 0.  T. E. BATE,  -i  ��������� /  MEN'S FALL SUITS and RAINCOATS.    ������  J McPhee & Sons  Wc   have   just   received   a Sliipmcnt of Campbell's  Ready-to Wear Suits and Raincoats- #  1         '     1      ...    ' -   I    ���������  mil'. ���������  I   .    Ill  I. I ���������   '.I  We have secured the Agency for'Cumberland of this  well-known Brand of Clothing  This is the most reliable and   best tailored Clothing  made in Cunada; unequalled for   STYLE,   FIT,   and   j  WORKMANSHIP  We nave also 500 dumpies to select trom should you   *t*  wish to have a Suit made to   order  from   this   well  known firm  &*m***M*m###*������##**M#***W***<M>#****5  Silver    Wedding,  Many old time friends and .acquaintances called on Mr. and-Mrs  Charles Bridges'at their home in  ' Coinox valley on last Friday, the  18th to extend to the worthy couple .congratulations- on the .25th  anniversary of married life, During, theae years they 'and .their  'family have resided on their.-fa-rui-  and'lire just erecting another beau  riftil home, the previous one* -Jiav-  * *'''���������"���������' .-.    u '-���������  in������ been  been  destroyed'..'-by we  last spring, so that- tlie reception'  . might also be said, to take* the  place of a house warming, ln the  evotiing the young folks qf the dis,  tnct congregated and spent a most  pleasant time dancing.  Many .qf, thoso. .who called and'  6ome ,w.ho could not be extended  their best wishes to Mr. and Mrs.  Bridges by tokens . of silverware-,  and among the list of articles, all  of which tlie happy couple are extremely proud, are to be found  the following:- .  As is custmoer.y the presents with few:  exceptions 'are-'sliver articles.  ~Sei-fish--car.vers,!My.-and���������Mrs,���������Kilpa'.--  rick; coffee spoon,'Mr. and Mrs. y.Mat-'  thews; bread folic, Mr.  and Mrs. Geo.  Creech, Vancouver; carving set, Mr; and  -Mrs. Alsen, Vancouver;��������� fern''bowl, 'Mr.  W.'R. Creech, Vancouver; bread plate,.,  Mr. and Mrs. Etl-, Creech; silver and oak  liquor'frame, Mr, and Mrs. R.  Grant;,  "tea service, Hiram'Lodge No. 14, A. F;  & A. M.; fruit dish, R. li. Leo, F-airport,  N. Y.; ink stand, Miss Armstrong; mirror, Miss Bertha Center; dessert' knives,  H. .and Miss Bridges; card stand, Master A,, Bridges; pitcher, >\'illie. and .Hil-  tda Bridges; salts,_ Eva Carroll; knives  and forks, Mr. and Mrs. L A. Mouncc,  syiupjug and stand, Mr and Mrs P. P;  Harrison; photo frame, Mr and Mrs. G.  H. Roe; bon bon dish, Mr. and Mis. W  Willard, check, Mr. H. Clark;.cruet,Mes  srs. Bennett and Hemimjtonj berryspoon  Mr.T E and Miss Bate, butter dish,,Mr  v and Mrs. W.Andrews; soup ladle, Mr  and Mrs S. J. Piercy and family; picture  frame, Mrs Canviihan; toast 'rack, Mr.  Fred Aitken; cake basket,'Mrs. M.'^iercy;.  and Miss Machin; sugar spoon, Mr. and  Mrs. J. W, Cooke; bon bon dish, Mrs.  {and.Miss Dingwall; picture frame, Mrs  Greerjsiiields, Nunaiivo; mustard pot,  Rev. J, X., Mrs. and Miss Willemar; tea  ; spboni, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnstpn;  .tea spoons, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tarbell,  sugar sifter, Mr. and Mrs. H.' H. Russell,  Coffee.spoons-;, Miss-Ci'uig' and Miss Mc  Phee;biscuit j.irj Mr, ami Mrs. S. Calhoun, napkin ring, Mrs. Jiark,e1eyj salad  spoqn nnd fork, Mr. anil Mis. James Ab  rams; breakfast cruet, Mi Hullock, tea  spoons, Mr; ami Mr*'I. Mc. Ivwos butter dish, Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. Carroll}  crumb tray and scraper, Mr, and Mrs.  ,Sftlmond; gr������ivy hillc, Mr, and Mis', J.  A. Bald*; incut folk, Mi. mul Mr*. Geo.  Robinson; toast 'rack, Mr. and Mr*.  Harmston; pickle fork and butler knife,  Mr.and Mrs. M. II. Ball; check, Mr. A.  Prttchard; sUjjar Ivjwl, Mr. and Mm. J.  McPhee; butier dish, Mr. .uul Mrs. Ceo  Leightun, butter dish, .Messrs A. ll, 'Netherby and R. Ward; dessert knives, Mr.  T     1    lit,-.!,.   ,," 1    M.       U������   ��������� I :   ,, VI  /'    Jt    '**���������.   ���������**.*-*     .'I, It    ..CM,       ./...,v,       -A,^,it  Mr antl Mr; lJ'(>tJjj #.*,,���������J idle, M.-  und Mr* McMillan, buitcr knife and sugar spaon, Mri P.irkin mil .-in*; buttbr  knife, Mr A VV Sii-jmoml; ti*.i *poon*, Mr  -.nil Mr< W t" VuV'|.-. (i-i   ���������������������������.������������������>*.>::    Mr  W F Uoddy.  City Fathers.  The regula r meeting of the city  council was held last night, present Mayor, Aids .Bate, 'Daniels  and MeLeod",' ������������������.-'-  Minutes of _ previous meeting  adopted as read. ���������    '  Communication was read from  Provincial Government seeking  information re employers of labor and number- of employees re-"  quired. \ Referred to Comox. Agricultural Society. ��������� - -  Accounts.  From A. H. Peacey, telegrams -  $1.90, Refeered to Finance com  mittee. ���������.  Board of Works reported work  on 3rd street complete.  Constable Wilson applied for a  raise of salary. Referred to the  Board of licence commissioners,  who will no doubt'grant the request.'  Meeting adjourned.  -<���������������.-  As Thursday October 31st is  a public holiday, those wishing  to register for the next city election on or before Wednesday,  the 30thr-"-Up to last night 46  had taken the opportunity of registering. This is four'more than  last year but there are still many;  .noiir_p.roperty_,liol-ders_W-ho_have^  not performed their duty iu tliis  respect.. ..������������������.-.  New Time Table*   ������ " ' '.  .'-������? *  The new time table going into* ������;  effect tomorrow arid appeanng-oh ���������������'.  another page will meet with "the^r *  Approval of all-/- Oue':imprbvi|r^, \  ment and it would be perfect and  that would be to make it take ef- ..    .'  feet one day earlier iu the week.,-.,'.  The train now leaves Cumber-  laud at. noon an Wednesdays and   ,  Fridays and at 6.45  .a., m.. on  Thursdays and Saturdays.  -   ���������   -0 *^-  1  Call oil, ������������������ ������������������  ���������;-....,  Eli perrgusoti  ��������� ���������-"���������-: - ��������� * -  Courtenay  for your Horse-Shoeing;        \  Price for all  horses, size under  No. 4 $1.50..    OyeiNo. 4 $175;  ,, All repairs equally Cheap.' ���������'    - .  ���������wJ1  NOTICE.  The ladies of Cumberland will  learn -with great pleasure;that; -ail;  up to- date' millinery establishment is to be carried oh iu the  city by Mrs Masters of Nauaimo  who has been doing business here  this pay week. The store formerly occupied by Stoddart the  jeweller will.be fitted up,and occupied, There.will still be room  for other enterprising Nauaimo  business people to open up here.  "..���������' The Dream of Fairyland in the  Cumberland Hall was a decided  ���������success, all the young ladies taking part performing their part  well. About ������40 weie cleared  and will be devoted to starting a  Sunday School library in Grace  Church. ..'..'  -   TAKE   NOTICE   that the'firm of  Brydeu  &   Kilpatriok, atill   operators*  livery stable keepers and timber  merchant, has been dissolved and that al  debts due the said partnership nhall be  * due and payable to John W. Bryden. arid'  that nil accounts against; tbe said-partner -  ship "shall" be presented to and will be-  paid by the said John W: Bryden.     - -  Dated at Cumberland, B. C. this 5th.  day of October, 1907.:       .   ,  ^���������_; Brjden_&_ Kilpatriok.^���������  '"���������- John W. Bryden,;'  " ^        Daniel Kilpatrick.  ~~' NOTICE. "  Householders and others wiehin-qJo',  ^qualify as voters in the Municipality of'  the City of Cumberland for the year 1908 , ���������  nre required to conform to the following  reRulntion;-  .   ANY PERSON, n British Subjoot nnd(-  of tbe full ago of twenty-one and residing  iu the*City sinoe the" first of January 1907  and having paid at leitst two dollars ta^  es to the City and oan produce rooeipt  for same is eligible to vote if. registered  on or before 5 p. m. Ootober 81st, 190?,  ALEX. MoKINNON,  ���������   ���������  Oity Clerk,'  awM.m>l������f������i������i'Piwii>   ���������������������������-���������' ii-"w -1     ������-���������������������������   ������iMM>*ta������||  For Sale.  The Comox Co-operative As.  sociation are 'offering shares at.  $10.00 each. Purchasers can  secure any numbor ot Shares by  applying to Byron Crawford, Seo  retary at Courtenay, or to $. W������  Ward, Cumberland, B. C  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Register your vote before Ocf-  o\Kt the 31st.  et in Line.  Buy in ou the Ground Floor.  Ltots   at   $125.00  and upward*!."  Thorn T ritn wiiro -i-inr iiiiii>t}\,, i,n1,\i>f/ut f ���������������.- ������������������.   n   ,.   ...l.y \  _       .   ,,      , >. . ,**, ������ '.   "      ' ���������-J    ���������"'#������''    Itltlt.Ut,!   v/���������  UV  onuntnf thoir Hii|innor Hitiiatinn nml f'xr',������r������Hnnnl vnhxn bv  $. Ross fiaplet*  who in in thu ������ity und will bo phmnodto give all pnrtioulari n������������r������rdin(f  Ilium, Boino Imnl ilih|Miwtil of in already ou tha tnnrket at double tlio  liurohn-se priuu.   At nny timo your Iuto ure ua (food nn gold,  Allan BrOSf 546 Westminster Ave. Vancouver.  1  i  'i ,*"���������** ', V $  s *  fl������. **.  ',   f\  i < ';   \  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  my  -pg������og������g.6������e-$@qtfo  (Continued.)  cms rPluctn nn.v sutrereU nerselr to be  led away amid the derisive hootlnga of  Sain and his friends.  "Aiu't you goin* with her?" asked  Sam   provokin-cdy.     "She   wants   her  do,"  v'Brad," he said, as they came out of  the Allen gate after dinner, "what's  this I bear 'bout you glttln' the rope's  end yesterday? Never mind spinnin'  the .whole yarn. I cal'late I've heard  the.most of it Yon and the Hammond  boy bad a scrimmage, too. didn't you2"  "Yes. sir," said Bradley doggedly.  "Hum! Think you'd have licked  him If the skipper hadn't took a hand?"  Bradley looked up at his questioner,  b������w the twinkle in his eye and an-  !���������, Mr, Danich tripped,  ilam-    *..:  Braddy, so's to take care of her If Win-  ��������� field comes to school again."  Bradley's temper was slow to rise,  ! but it was rising now.  "Who  are you talkin' to?"  be de-  -,-manded.,__,   "You.   Who do you s'poseV"  ���������   "Well, you'd better shut up."  ;  "Ihad?  S'pose I don't want to?"    .,  l^fijjien I'll niake you-that's       *g  "You will?" m.e^-xv.  ^."Yes, I will."-    ^?AA&  I "^".'^ntXfe slzey''S-tffce's ;a mWk.  .im. a monkey*"  II ���������'������������������_% *fto% yw wfcer'he'r i'������m. tbe size  or W&"  ,{t\m wiiVf..  *  Saw, $>e!'-' 'fcitltMonc of the bigger  Vpys.   4'1 wouldn't take that fromjtJW'  ,Welrm6ut:h kid, If I was you, Sanl'."'-  /'Nor\,neither," said' another.  Thus encouraged, Sum bristled up to  ^hls opponent und looked down at him  ���������Bitoeriugly. Bradley didn't give way  an Inch, and the two boys rubbed  jackets ns they moved slowly about  each other. The surrounding group  looked delightedly expectant.  "Stop your shovin"." commanded  Sam, giving bla enemy a push with  bis shoulder.  "Stop yourself." suld Bradley, pushing buck.  "I'll put n head on you so's the old  maids won't know von." _���������  "I'll mako yoa snivel worse 'n yon  did In school this morula?'  "Well, Sam," exclaimed a spectator  In huge disgust, "'foro I'd take thut!"  The Hammond boy did not really  wnnt to fight, butf thus goaded, he suddenly gavo Bradley d violent push  with both hand**, Tho next Instant  both youugsters were clasped tightly  togethor, gripping each other about the  neck nnd wrestling sflvagoly. Iii a  moment they fell with a thump und  rolled over and over, pounding, kicking  and scratching. Tho enow flew, nnd  tho crowd whooped and pushed nud  strained to soo botter.  Tben thoro was a rush, a frightened  scurry, ond both combatants wore  pullotl apart and Jerked to their feet,  whllo Mr. Daniels, holding ench liy  the coat collar, glared down upon them.  "You may come with me," ho said,  wltb chilling calmness.  Tho sceno In the schoolroom that followed was brief, but exciting. Bradley  hold out his hand and bit his Up stub*,  bornly whllo the ferule descended���������  onco, twlco, twolvo times.  "Tllero!" said tbo teacher.   "Now,  jou iuu> lake your rent.   Vor n txowr  .���������K-hobir   you   begin   ���������f'Ttremoly   well.  Now, Samuel!"  Tho Hammond hand having received  Its share of boating and Its owner also  Bont to his sout, Mr. Daniels suld:  "UutU of iuu will la'-e }'n*.r iftonnnn  recess. I shall also give each of jou  n note, telling of your punishment, to  tnlco homo."  At half past 4 thnt afternoon Bradley, with tlio note tightly olaHpod In  'his hnnd, wnlkwl dismally tip tho walk  jto tho Allen back door,   The thntigbt  'that bo hnd <1lsg''icei1 himself forever  In tho oyos of his j.-rotectors burnwl like"  n fire under Ills uew cap; also thoro  wns n blttor feeling that (Jus, tho eatm  I of nil his trouble, had not boon near  i htm to cousolp or ask pardon.  It was typical of tho hoy thnt he had  i not thought of destroying tbo uoto. lit  handed It to Miss Prissy the momont  le opened tbe dor.   Bhe road It und  .utiflflV.lv.iIo.'.*a>!A tbo vhlsitt rookar.  "My soul and body!" "she wallei  "Tempy Allen, come here tbls minute!  Here, for mercy's sake, read thlsr  Miss Tempy's %:ttatlon was even  more marked than that of her sister.  "Oh, ob, oh!" she cried, waving tbo  con,djsnning sheet of paper like a distress signal ."How could you? How  could you? I dou't b'lleve a relation of  the Aliens was ever whipped in school  before. What shall we do, Prissy?  And his first day too!"  Bradley, with direful thoughts of  self-destruction In his mind, twisted his  new cap into a ball, but said noting?;.  "He says you were fightin' and thore  w������s somethin' else," said Miss Prissy."  "TeiK thev\Whole story now���������every  word.''*'**--.,_  The boy began slowly.   He told of  ���������shutting., the. dog in the closet, but wai  In^p-Fupfced.  by the oideP^ister, who  ���������jitemfftw^d. to1 iifto-^jrbose dog^t was..  1sW&agp*>Wftlitr ahe'os'fced.   "Why  OojWyoifaaiwer? Don't you know?;  "Yes*iH^- ���������-,.*..  ������������������ ���������?."Then whose was ft?"  Bradley shifted his feet? .uneasily on  the mat.  "        ,-.   ���������,.        .-,- ' r"'   ���������  ��������� "I ain't goin' to tell," he muttered  sullenly."  "Ain't goin' to tell? Why, I nev"~  She was interrupted. The door behind Bradley flew open, and Gus appeared, tearful, but determined.  "Miss Prissy ani Miss Tempy." $������  began, "don't you scold Bradvjd^w,t  you. now, a bit!  It was '__,if'__l_^'eJi_,_t.'  t.^d;^R0>i^^iatbe^tte  ~j=|4i^:-Mm'^M,i5lBteR%=sbeiold,  ^fl^ ^ftiltting^ nothing and  *������&������ teH������Jt..'njt, thQ least Whea  \fe {feci'#i was, finished Miss Priss?  Xvas V^% ilrst to comment upon it  ''���������Well,;: she, 'exclaimed, "this ls the  uiost���������T never did��������� There, Tempy, if  this ain't a lesson in keepin" bad comp'ny, tben I don't know. Augusty;  you'd better go home, I think."  Gus looked at Bradley, appealingly,  then at the sisters, and, with another  burst of sobs, flung herself out of the  door and slammed it behind ber.  "That awful dog girl!" sputtered  Miss Tempy. "I knew what she was  from the time she spoiled tbls very  floor with, her dreadful critters. Brad*  ley Nlckerson,' don't you ever speak to  her again. Now promise,"  But that promise the boy would not  make, although the argument lasted for  an hour and ended in his being sent to  his room without his supper,  "It looks to me," snld Miss Prissy  that night, "as If we'd got about as  much on our bands as you and me  could handle, Tempy."  "It certainly does," agreed ber sister  nervously. "I think it's our duty to ask  Cap'n Tltcomb's advice right off,"  "TIHnk you'd have licked him, ft  swered with a sheepish grin: "Don't  "���������>'������������������ 1 ftnW. - unm* I'i1 J&T? tried ml������htl,  ���������"*���������    hnvd" \ V  FAITH IN NEW ONTARIO.  GREAT CANAL SCHEME. '  Mr. R. W. Perks Speaks Ori Canadian'  Entei^rtsai'-^M^)    .  Mr. R. W, Perks, M.P.i one of ther  ���������most eminent laymen in Methodism:  in England, rtmi* also one of the larg- ���������  est contractors of the old country, re--  cently was a visitor to Toronto. He'  spoke here before tbe Toronto Methodist Conference.  His business purpose in coming to>  the Dominion was to look into the*  proposition of constructing a $100,000,-  000 ship canal in Canada. While in*  this country he made no announcements of significance on this scheme..  A few days ago he arrived* back in:  England and gave an interview to-'  The London Daily News, wHioh iai  published as follows:  The great ������20,000,000 Canadian canal scheme has been advanced'1 a big:  stage, and all estimates, etc., are1 now-'  ready for the consideration of the*  Canadian Government.  ^Mr. R. W. Perks, M.P., landed ft'ftnr*  ftta White Star liner Celtic, from"Ne������r  York Sunday night. He has been eight*  weeks in Amerioa in connection with'i  this enterprise, and during that1 pieM'-  lod he has traversed the route for the?*  projected canal from end to end, act--  ing in this survey for the company  which will undertake the consftruction.i  of this new ehip canal, in conjunction with Messrs. C. H. Walker &:  Co., the firm of London? engineering?  contractors, in which Mr. Eerfcs is a>  partner. They were interested/ iii! the*  CHAPTER IV.  HEN the captain called, which  ho did tho uuxt forenoon, the  tale of Bradley's eventful  first day at .school was told  din lu all Its harrowing completeness,  Miss Pa'lssy, by previous ^agreeinout,  acted as story teller, and Miss Tempy  was a sort of chorus, breaking lu every fow moments to supply a neglected  detail or comment on a particular feature,  "And wo didn't know what to do/'  concluded Miss Prissy, "Ho wuu't  goin' to toll us whoso dog It was, and"���������  "I don't b'llovo ho over would havo  told," liroko In Miss Tempy, "If that  'dog girl' herself Imdn't como' bbuncla'  ln, and"-  "And ho won't promise not to speak  to bor ngnln, nol ther," continued tbo  older ststor, "Wo sent hlm to bed  without nny supper"���������  "That Is, any real suppor," Interrupted the chorus, "Of cource wo took up  somo cookies and things when wo  found ho wouldn't como down, but"~  "And ho won't promise this raornlu',  nnd ho went to nvuuo! without pi out-  Isin', Whnt do yuu think wn ou_,hl to  do. Cnp'n Titcomb?"  "Bbo's noisy nud a tomboy," sulo  Miss Prissy decidedly.  ������������������y,,-j(" o'Hd Ml������*������ Tempy, "and she  llk-vii thoso dreadful dogs."  "Uni���������hum," nnsworod 'their visitor,  with unlinpouchablo surloiwnoss, "Of  course that's a terrible drag, but may-  bo she'll cut 'em adrltt whou sho gits  older."  "Well, wo don't llko hor," suld Miss  prlMsy. with decision. "And wo wish  you'd speak to Bradley about it. You  know." sho nddod, looking down, "I  put a lot of dependence lo your Judgment, Cap'n Titcomb."  "8o do I," snld Miss Tempy quickly;  -Just ns much as Prissy does. I b'llovo  In you absolutely, Cap'n Ifisrn,"  "Yes, yes, of course," bmrtodly replied tho captain. "Well, I'll spook to  tui.py'ir/od.by wd.ita \rt>at I can  St:  Baker craft next door in tow.    She  seems like,4 smart girl.   Do you like  her?"  -,.r&���������thr?: *-..... ... ' ���������. -" ;";:''  f'-.ttl 1-oiYge Prlasy and Tempy wouldn'j  ' *infer her for the cup. Now* Brad", nilnd  1 ain't coaxln' you to go bacTc"on;V  friend, but the Old mal-tiift! Is, your  ladies at homo, hnve set out to make a  Elan of 'you*- Tbfeyvlf������"yovir' owners, and  .you're ieSp-cted to sail 'cordin' to their  "toTdei'Sr-l^there's-oue-thlng-that-I-ve^  always stuck to it's 'Obey orders or  break owners,' Sometimes owners' Orders don't jibe exactly with your own  ideas, but ne^er mind���������they pay the  wages.'.see ?"  (To Be Continued)  THE BAY  HORSE.   '  \n Old Arab Legend That Tetts of His  Unmatched Spead.  Tbe bay colored ,horse is s*id to bt,  ihe swiftest of all the horses*. A story  :o lllwstrate this Is told of, a certain  \.rab sheik who, having been engaged  n a fight wltb another tribe, was tak-  ug his flight with his little son.  Tbey wero both mounted ou a mag-  alflcent white mare which belonged to  the shell: and which had always been  highly valued on account of tlio great  ipeed at which It could go. After Mv.  iug ridden some little distance the  sheik asked his son to look around and  ������ee If they were being followed. The  boy replied that there was Bome one  riding nfter them on a black horse.  the sheik seemed satisfied on hearing  this report, but presently repeated bis  question. The boy answered tbat tbey  were still being pursued, but tbat tbls  time the borse was white. "Nover  mind." said tho father? "mine li  faster."  In a few minutes he ask^d for a  further report, and the reply was the  ������vme, with the difference,tlmt the Iwrsa  wus a oheHtuut. The shloU,. however,  put bis quostlon n fourth time, but  upon beiug told by his son thut tbo  pursuer was mounted ou ������ bay bt  cried out, "Then tfe nro lost, for tboro  Is no horso which It cannot overtake."  His words provod to bo true, for In a  ibort time they were caught up wltb  and captured.  District Has Great Possibilities Says  R. R. Gamey.  That the people of New Ontario  who tajki?d'secession cannot be blamed mu.chJor ������>n^'l*iningr*iot tha* tlie  district is one of great possibilities is  tbe opinion of R. R. Gamey.  Speaking of the trip of the Provincial Ministers and others in New Ontario, he said recently:  "In Port Arthur, Fort William and  Fort Francis, which we visited, matters art getting on nicely, and th-  Ministers are leaving a good impression.  "This is where the real agitation  commenced and a week age the Ministers mere presented with a bill of  grievances. A number of tba requests  made had already been dealt with by  the Legislature last session, such as  inereast of school grants, aid for  building schools, cheaper school  books, etc.  "I have n>et many of the people and  I fancy -the 'outburst was an' accumulation of aggravations extending over  yeare, and for which the late Government wero lat-jeiy responsibK if any  Govenuneot eaa be blamed. No doubt  that GoverTH&ent, like all the people  of older Ontario, lacked confidence in  the possibiliti*s' of this country and,  for that reason, never took the question of tb* Government of this section  Mt..**A^?fl!y_.(KL.&������f fh������uH bave.  Sell to Actual Settlerf.  Lake, porth_ of B.ainy feiver nnd tho^ Ths'c ^ L" : . "''.*, '  Minnesota Stale. .Ilea -a.^lendidisefri ^n";!���������l-tlew^cneme ,1B i������. ProTJ?e a  tion of country from anagrfflTuQ j X"a <ha? shlP canal .which will en-  _i._J_.i_i  , ' ,     . yr?.0*...    lii������*.J**1'-able ecean-gomg steamships to trans-  and other produce from  the Dominion direct to  Liverpool by water j The new water-������.  way is to extend, from Georgian Bay  through three of the great lakes ancfi  v dpAii^^e. J)Jiawa River, to. Montreal'.  and th'e St. Lawrence. The plans provide for a depth all the way sufficient,  to take any vessel drawing up to 2-fe  feet. Obviously, a great Canadian waterway, directly connecting the fertile  interior with, the Atlantic liner services, should prove an invaluable aid  to the rapid development-of the pro-,  ductive resborois* of Canada. I  "My plans," said Mr. Pecks, "sre*  now  all  formulated,  and ready  fbr-  presentatioh to the Canadian -Government,'and I am to see the Domioiionx  JPremieiy Sir Wilfrid Laurier-,. on the*  subject in London next jyeeterl'haveT  carefully scrutinized and checked th-d *  estima.tfes of revenue and all the vari--  ous,. engineering details, ��������� and I havai  ootvferred with my friends in America;  and in Canada as to the best metKodai  of putting the -business into practic-nl!  form. That has now been done. I shall,  after my interview with Sir Wilfrid  Laurier, probably return  to Canada,  to get the business completed."       , ��������� *\  settler to of erl \ie 6r deal with from  located many.  . thus making  it harder still for an actual settler:  that, of courser cannot be remedied  now-,-, but Hon. F. Cochrane has made  it possible for tham to obtain a de?d  wJtach may lead hf ggrae of fcbese lands  beifig g<M So "aciiial selt-eJar'^-Stoii^,!  '... "What is wanted now ia.. about  $100,000 fudieiouaty expended on'  leading roads by a competent Government engineer, about $50,000 expended  on a carefully-thoughtnout drainage  system and then the ordinary grants  in   co-operation  with  the  municipal  LEATHER BOUND BOOKS.  A Little Vastline Improvta and Pre*  strvts the Binding.  An official of tho Congressional library was talking wltb a friend who  recently hnd pnrebnseil n, handsome,sot k  nt leather bound volume* nnd ������nW:  "You had bettor oxamlue those volumes carefully to seo If tho leather  needs feeding. If It ts now stock tbey  will be ul! (U'lit U't alone for eovoml  rears, but If fhey hnvo boon on the  shelves for some timo the leather will  Imve lost most of Its natural oil and  hecomo brittle. This applies especially  to books kept In private houses, which  .ire us u mie uiucli hotter thnn the brtr/lt  ntncl'.fl of a largo library. There ll  nothing moro attractive than a froth,  woll preserved loather binding on n  volumo and scarcely anything lots so  thau a dHupldntod, cracked one.  "Yo'i enn ndd years to the life of a  loather bludlng and a hundred per cent  to Its npponrnnco by rubbing hi n littlo  vaseline with a piece of raw cotton-  not too much, just nl much ns tbe  leather will thoroughly absorb. Wbert  tho binding bends Is wb*rt It Is most  likely to crack. Tht leather will not  <)������ grctwy, as the vaseline will bt ab-  lorbtd, Ont trentment tvery ytar or  two Is sufficient unless tha book* nte  unduly tspoaed to beat"  councils foT^fe^~ye5ra7  Censures tha C. N. R.  "The Canadian Northern Have utterly failed to give this locality anything  like reasonable service,,  "There is much, Valuable timber  here, which" is wanted in the. western  market, but the people hero are afraid  to make contracts aa they know that  they cannot depend oh getting cars  to deliver, and the poor settler, who  could make a good living by taking  out timber, is actually^suffering. In  fact, the; neglect ajrfd jitter disregard  of the DiN.R. in this section is crim-..  inal ne%Ugence in^some cases!as indirectly as your crossings in Toronto  axe,  "Tho postal facilities are bad. There  is no.mail-car on this line and a letter going from here to the next station  is actually carried past that station  to Winnipeg, and then baok on the  next train.  Promising Country.  "The people do not; take Toronto  papers to any extent and are out of  touch with tbe bost, so that thoy cannot be blamed much for kicking.  "The trip of the Ministers will do  much good, because the Conservatives  party luck a publicity bureau and the  people ore earning to visit them and  learning what the Government havo  really been doing, All day long matters are being discussed in a manner  that will be beneficial to both the people and the Government.  "I think if the Government will  launch out with - liberal expenditure  and regulations, <this is one of the  most promising of the flower portions  of our province, and 100,000 happy,  prosperous and contented people oould  be located between Lako ot the Woods  and -Rainy Lako,"  Game and Forest Reserves.  Although I am no pessimist regarding the permanence of animal life, I  am compelled to believe that unless  Bovoral groat provincial game and  forest rosorves are at onoo sot aside  in British Columbia, the mountain  sheep of that provlnoe aro doomed to  speedy extinction. To tho Stonoy Indian, to tho hungry trapper, and to  ovory sportsman, that fine animal is  bo great a prise., both for its valuable  trophy bond aud for food, that it will  continue to be,sought everywhere, so  long as tho law normltjs tho hunting  of It. It would indeed bo canco lor  great regret If any combination oi  circumstances should bring obont in  tliw biiiumlld mountains of British  ColumWn the" ettlnotlon ot the irrond.  ost mountain sheep in Amerio*.  For several reasons I am totally opposed to the trapping ol grizzlies (or  their skins, to,poisoning thom. and io  permitting any'hunter to kill moro  thnn one gnvaly per your. In ulboi  words, 1 think the time has oome <o  protect this nnimnl, at least everywhere south of latitude 54 dopreo*. As  a stoto nBBot, every live, wild prlw-ly  of adult sifte is worth from $300 to  $500. and as a hunter's grand object,  H is worth much more. The trapnin-g  and poisoning of this noblo ,nnimal  should stand forever.���������Wm. T. ITorna-  day, director Now York Zoological  Garden.  '  ���������    /       Made a HU.  '  "Ew been on the itagaf" ttkad the  oorner grocery egg.  "Sure/' anawarad tht eabbafi.  -1  waa once eaat for tht   villain   and  1 jnada a great hit,'^-  INDIANS TALK BLOODSHED:  Chief of Oka trlbs Regents Enclosure*  of Land.  A recent despatch from Oka, says:  The fact that Chief Angus Corinthe  has announced that there will b������  bloodshed in Oka if the fencing oft  public land is proceeded with, give*'  those who know the ways of the Indian here more conca-m* than all the*.  alarmist rumor^ that have been'i seV.  afloat at different times during thei  last few years. Almost ovory year'  there have been, bo to speak, pocket'  rebellions here, in the course of!  which, at various times-,, tho provincial polico and dotectivos, as well as*  those of the Dominion', have been called out for service. The outlook, however, has never before been so per-.  ious as nt the present. Those who'  know Angus Corinthe know him ns.  a careful, cMib'ernte man, who would!  not openly proclaim such defiance ns*  he has done unless he had thought the*  matter out',carefully. ' \  Ip connection with this it must He*  Tomembered that {V|,lJttlo over ai yonr  ago he ��������� deliberately trlod to bring  things lo an issue by outting down a  tw������������> on fip dlpni-ted domnips to mn'*'*  a flagstaff fb? his property ih' the village. He detled tlio gunttoinun ol tiie  Heminary nt that timo to put him in  jnil, but', thanks to the modbrntion of  the latter, whe are somewhat tlrod of  tho oonstant' trouble with the IndiaiiBr  nothing serious happened.  In tho prosont caso, whatovor occurs will not Ita at tlio Instigation i.f  the Board of Health of the province,,  which objects to cows and other animals rooming around through tho village, The village authority have baorti  ordered by tho Board of Health to enclose the meadows, and, owing to.  threats, havo anked for the protection,  of tho provincial polios* : ' i  R'Alnlnn'Helsteln Cattle. '  The Dutch system of feeding und  rearing llolHtoln-Krlesinn cattle Is simplicity Itself. Tlie calves nro given  whole milk until nbont flvo weeka old,  whon the ration is, gradually changed  fo rUIiu milk nnd grnln. Tho grain  Ih ooftkod or stonroetl nnd fed with tno  milk nt flrnt ntul lator Is fed dry Iraioo-  dlnfoly beforo tlio milk Is given, Wbon  btiikh Is avnllnlilo It forms tho onttr*  ration for heifers, nnd during wlntor  tho rntlons arc only sulnclont to koot>  them /.rowing. Bulls arc fed In tbo  iflincmnnner mvtlt thoy aro n year old,  lifter winch they aro closely coudnvd.  hut wrulnr exerclso Is givon dally.  Null������ n������cd for breeding are kopt In  ������tnlil������������������i or pndilocks and nro well fod,  Init iv it allowed to fipcnme fnt Root*  fit winter nnd "won forage Id summer  nre Inrgtly nwd, ��������� Professor W. A.  Kennedy, Iowa Agrloqltural (jolltam /  \  t  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND. BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  MS  THE SUFFERINGS  OF THE DYSPEPTIC  Hue to Neglecting te Keep the Liver Right, the Digestion Goed, the Beweb Healthy By Using  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Ton-may shudder to think of yourself as a dyspeptic���������aa one who,  through stomach troubles, ha& come  entirely cured, and can eat anv kind  of food without feeling any bad effects.   They have made a new and  to look on the dark side of things, a younger man of me, and I cannot  and to be ill-tempered and grouchy saytoo much in their praise.  ���������but if you neglect treatment for  repeated attacks , of indigestion you  will most assuredly become a chronic  dyspeptic.  The great mistake is to put the  blame on the stomach, and strive  in vain for lasting benefit from tablets and so-called digestives. The  real cause of trouble in nine cases  out of ten is with the liver.  Thousands of persons are being  cured  of complicated  capes of  indi-  "Dr. Chase's Ointment cured a  friend of mine of piles when he was  so bad he could not work or even  stand up."  Mr. Wm. G. Purdy, Bridgetown, N.  S., writes: "When I wrote to'you  for Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills I  was 'a sufferer from kidney disease,  stomach troubles, and liver and  bowel disorders. By using one pill  at bedtime every night my health  has gradually improved until I can  ���������gestion by Div phase's Kidney-Liver ' Say that I am an better, health', than  I have been for twenty1 years. All  other medicines failed , but Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills have  cured me."  This treatment is thorough, far-  reaching and of lasting benefit, and  cures the most severe cases of chronic  and intestinal indigestion; as well as  biliousness    and    constipation;    25  Pills, because of their direct action  on the liver, thus ensuring a good  flow of bile���������good digestion and  healthful action of the bowels.  Mr. CD. Bennett, Maple Grove,  Megantic Co., Que., writes: "I had  dyspepsia very bad. The food would  sour, my stomach would swell up, I  suffered a great deal and could not  Met His Match  Once wlrl'e Bishop Talbot, long  known as "the cowboy bishop," was  attending a meeting of the dignitaries^  oi. the church at St/Paul, a tramp  approached a group of bishops on  the hotel-porch at noon and asked  for aid. "No," one of the churchmen replied, "I don't think we can  du anything. But down there is the  youngest b'shop of us all (pointing  to Bishop Talbot) and he's a very  generous man." .,'''.'"  The tramp went to Bishop Talbot  and the others watched with interest.  They saw a look of surprise come  over the tramp's face. They saw  that the bishop was talking eagerly,-  earnestly. They saw that the tramp  looked perturbed, but they finally  saw something pass from hand to  hand. The tramp tried to get away  without speaking to those of the  group, but the former spokesman  called to him: "Well, did you get  something from our young brother?"  The tramp grinned sheepishly.  "No; I gave him a dollar for his  blamed new cathedral at Laramie!"  ���������Exchange.  NATURAL LEAF,  PURfc  It  Minard's  per.  Liniment   Cures   Distem-  .sleep.   As   the   result   of using Dr. j cents a box, at all dealers, or Edman-  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills I am now  son, Bates & Co:, Toronto.  :    Signs of  Future  Wealth  "Yes, I think my son-in-law is  ,going to be able to get along in^the  world."  "Does he seem to "have a proper  appreciation of the value of money?"  "I don't know whether you would  -call it proper or not, but he got my  ���������daughter to get married in her graduation gown, and then he struck me  for the- price that her wedding outfit would have cost if they had  -waited till fall."���������Chicago Eecord-  HeraM.  Victoria Falls Power  Engineers say Victoria Falls could  supply enough power for all ' the  needs of Ehodesia and the Transvaal.  The frock coat has ceased to be  worn by fashionable men in London,  and is relegated to bank clerks and  dry goods floor walkers.  Lawyer (to witness)���������Mr. Chalkley,  if I mistake v not, - you said a few  months ago that you-sold milk for a  living.  WHness (guardedly)���������So. sir; I said  I was a milkman.���������Tit-Bits.  .      GREEN TEA  Same light color In Infusion as Japan, but  more dellolous and of double strength.  Sold only In Lead Packets.    By all Grocer*.    40c, 50o and 60o  per lb. -'e- ���������  CAPTAIN AS DIVER.  Shark  Piece    of  Although the streets of Nankin are  reputed to be the best of any interior  Chinese city, there is no sewage system.  A Columbia student has been sent  to jail for three months for killing  a woman with an automobile in Germany.  HOWS THIS?  We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any  case of Catarrh that cannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh Cure.   F. J. OHKNKY a 00., Toledo, 0.  We, the undersigned, have known F. J., Cheney  for the laat IB yean, am* believe him perfectly honorable in all bnelnees traasaotieas and financially  able' to carry ont any ���������bUpatieasraaSe by his firm.   ��������� WAtDjwe7~ta���������A*~* Mabyin,���������;���������  ���������    WheJeaale Crowistt, Toledo, 0. ... .        ���������   .      ., ...  Hail's catarrh Core is take* internally, aottna gredients enter into the composition  a, ,- ,. . ������       _j __. ___     _,-    __.        A il.       ������**������������   " OnttYmftlAA   o        \7Arfnfnrilr\ ^J*llei nnJ  directly upon the blood and mueaus surfaces ot the  system.   Testimonials   sent   tree.   Prico   Wo.  pet  ���������bottle.  Sold by aU Dmggist*.:  Take Hall's Family PUls tot Mastication.  Sure   Regulators ��������� Mandrake   .and  Dandelion ;are known to exert a pow-  : erful influence on the liver and kidneys,  restoring  them    to    healthful  action, including a regular   flow   of  the secretions and imparting to the  iJ>r-^ns__cqmplete power   to   perform  : their functions.    These ' valuable in-  Ji.  of "Parmelee's Vegetable Pills', and  serve to render them the agreeable  and salutary medicine they are.  There are few pills so effective   as  The. policeman   at   the   crossing they"in their, action.   grabbed the arm of the pedestrian.    Pedometers, cyclometers .^and other  who was hurrying^across^ the^treet,  machines for recording distance date  from the Romans. The Roman Emperor Pertinax, in the second century, affixed one to his chariot. He  was able to see how far he went over  the admirable Roman roads. Although the Romans knew nothing of  automobiles, it was possible to  make 100 miles a day over these  celebrated roads with relays of  horses. ,  Henry Elliott, Esq., of Sherbiooke,  N.S., Inspector and Supt. of Bni?e  Construction for Nova Scotia,  says.:  "A bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT cured me of a very severe  sprain of my leg, caused by a fall  while building a bridge at Doherty  Creek, Cumberland Co."  . Marcelin Albert, the leader in the  wine growers' riots Jn ^southern  "France;" was"Th6qte~d "' by"~Kis~fellow-  citizens on returning to his native  village. ~  It is the fashion in France for  schoolboys to have their hair shaved  otf.  'and brought Irm to a standstill  "What are you stopping me for?"  demanded the pedestrian. "I'm not  getting in anybody's way, am I?"  "Nary a. bit, sor," answered the  officer. "I wanted to ask ye a question, sor; that's all. Fwhat's the  score?"���������Chicago Tribune.  Death Comes to All���������But it need  not come prematurely if proper precautions are taken. "An ounce of  prevention is worth a pound of cure,"  and to have prevention at hand and  allow a disease to work its will is  wickedness. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil not only allays pains when ap*  plied externally, but will prevent  lung trouble resulting from colds  and coughs.  Try it and be convinced.  "My teacher's name isf Brown,"  said tho flrst littlo girl.  "My teacher's name," replied tho  other little girl.i "is Davis, but I  don't know what color it is."���������The  Catholic Standard and Times,  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc,  "Instead of being a millionaire,"  cont'nued the young man at the seaside hotel to tho beautiful heiress,  "I think that it is only honest, now  that we are engaged, lor me to toll  you that I am tho shopwalker at  Catchem & Skinera's emporium,"  "I thought there waa something fa*  miliar about   you,"   answered  beautiful heiress,    "I   am   in tho  ribbon department there,"���������Judge,  itch, Msnge, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on hum-  en or animals cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford'i 8nntt������rv Lotion.  The cross of military merit, set-m  prec'ous stones; is to be conferred  by the Spanish government upon the  captain of the British steamer West  Point for rescuing Capt. Kindelan,  the Spanish aeronaut who fell into  tho sea,  IS  Your Hair?  In your comb? Whys*? Is  not the held i much better place  for It P Better keep whtt is left  where ..belongsI Ayer's Hair  Vigor, new improved formula,  quickly stops falling hair.  There is not a particle of doubt  about it. We speak very positively about this, for we know.  Dou nal cheap tha calaraftha hah.  We have no hesitation in saying  that Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial is withput doubt the best  medicine ever introduced for dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera and all sum*  mer complaints, sen sickness, etc.  It promptly gives relief and never  fails to effect a positive ouro. Mothers should never be without a bottle  when their ohildren are toothing.  Britain, France, Germany and the  United States have definitely agreed  tho, <>n a Bcheme for the establishment  of a permanent oourt of arbitration.  Dootor (to pationt)���������Your heart is  rather irregular: havo you anything  that is worrying youP  , Patientr-rOn. no,, not particularly,  only that just, now when you put  your hand in your pocket I thought  . you woro going to give me your bill,  ���������Fllogonde Blaetter.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT remorse  all. hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes, from horses, blood spavin, curbs,  splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore  snd swollen throat, coughs, etc. Ssv6 $50 by  use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful  Blemish Oure ever known.  Delegates are being selected in  Russia to attend a social revolutionary congress in London, and ex-  convicts, only are eligible. -  Last , year Vladivostok imported  from Australia and the Argentine  more than 12,000,000 pounds of meat.  Minard's  in Cows.  Liniment   Cures   Garget  She���������You call me beautiful now,  but will you call me beautiful twenty  years from nowP  He���������Oh, why picture the dismal  side of everything? You may be  dead then,  A  Vtmnl* wUhessh bottle  ���������    litw It te yaut  Liwf O ** ���������*������ ***** ���������'���������  Tf w     w ihswtoMhssays  Induced tha French to Walk  The    celebrated    Dr.    Tronohln,  friend of Voltaire, Rousseau and Di*  derot,   whose   biography   has   just  .been published, was the inventor ol  I wnllHnrr  I In Franco until IiIh epoch (Ui.-  17W) the leisured clans novor walked  oithor for health or recreation.  Walking was only practised by tho  i Tiers Etatj folks footod it from one  j plnco to another simply because thay  i punhOBBud   iiuiliiui    uoacU    IIUI   ScuuU  chair,   Dr. Tronohin, an imitator in  J many other respeots,   induced   "los  elegants et les eloganteB," writes a  historian, to take what is now called  a constitutional.  ) To stroll abroad was namod tron*  , chiner, alter tho inventor, nnd lor  I their airings both sexes had special  i costumes and shoes, the latter being  , more especially necessary,   The verb  tronchiner, by the way, has not had  Little Ella���������I'm never going to  Holland when I grow up.  Governess���������Why not?  " 'Cause our geography says it's B  low, lying country,"-���������Life.  Oat kind ol  ���������aderweer.  aad  wean aat dowe*, ami **m*  eaA TUIdadbtreiC  MWJ(web<M)>������*4aad gaiwataisl tayee  by rtera that nil ��������� tad tm Mopla wbe make It,  Mads in amy (stria, aad sMat, al aarioas  prion, ia l������m*fit*aj aa* fer womb,  men sad JUm,   Look lot tha  AN imAMED TENDON  mbkds ooouyq.  Oversees     Risky  Work.  A sea captain's ingenuity and pluck  are the subject of a capital story  vvhjori nomes from Hartlepool. Captain  Ivor Mattson, of the Swedish barque  Flora is the hero of the adventure,  which occurred when the Flora was  on a voyage from Norway to the Cape.  Heavy weather was encountered in  the Bay of Biscay, and the water commenced to make its way into the vessel at the bows. Despite the fact that  the pumps were kept going���������bj- means  of the windmill on deck when possible, and at other, times by hand���������  the water rose steadily in the hold,  and eventually the Flora, which was  ,by this time in the South Atlantic,  was in a well-nigh waterlogged condition. The captain then decided upon  heroic measures. It was impossible  to stop the leak from the inside, so  he determined to try and.stop it from  the outside. For this purpose a diving suit of some form was necessary,  and but of a piece of sail cloth, Captain Mattson fashioned a huge bag,  sixteen feet long and two feet in diameter, fixing metal rings at intervals  inside in order to keepJ,t in shape. At  .a suitable height he -put in a smnll^  window, scraping the back off a cheap  mirror for the purpose. Armholes and  sleeves were fitted, and the whole apparatus so rigged up that the bag  could *be loweed into the water to the  rectuisite depth to enable a person inside it to examine the hull of the vessel under water. Captain Mattson him-  self descended in this novel diving  suit, and discovered, after consider-  able-difficulty;^two~pla"ces~where~the  water was entering.  With the aid of rags, rope, etc., he  caulked the apertures, the dangers of  the task being increased by the fact  that., whilst the leakaees, were some  four feet below the actual water line  'pf the vessel, their depth momentarily  increased to eiphtbfeet. or kbo as.-the  ship dipped to the long Atlantic roll.  The pitching cf the vessel, too, cnueod  Captain Mattson to be coritinvally  thrown with more or less force against  the hnll, and indeed the friction gradually wore a hole in the canvas at  the foot of the bag. Through this the  water entered the bag and immersed  Captain Mattson to the chin before  he could call ont to his men to haul  him up. Another unpleasant interruption was caused by a shark. All the  morning beforo Captain Mattson commenced operations a large shark hnd  been swimmincr around the vessel. The  crew had fished for him with meat,  etc., but without success, but ot  length the monster, rising to grab nt  so insignificant an article as an empty  match box that hnd beon thrown overboard, Captain Mattson had a shot  at him with a revolver. Tho shark was  just below the water whon the bullet  hit him, and evidently, not, njuch damage was done. Still, he swam .away,  nnd was not seon again until Captain  Mattson was bolow in his extemporised  diving suit. The crew nt once warned  the captain of tho shark's approach,  but the captain decided to go on with  his work. The shark camo up, and  Captain Mattson. keeping close to the  ������ide of the vessel, *, saw him come  '���������ound the bows. The pilot fish thnt  accompanied him inspected the canvas bag, but, tho Bhark passed, ap*  oarontly unheeding, some four or flva  Joet off. Captain Mattson was at first  -,omowhat afraid tho Bhark might' at*  tank his handi, nnd had his knifo  ready to defend himself if neoeasary,  The loakagos boing repaired, the  Flora, continued her voyage to Cape  Town, whioh sho reached in safoty,  and, as a leoognitlon of hia daring  and ingenuity, Cap-^ "Moat^n was  the recipient of mend ' 'handsome  present*. -; _,    .  Cenertta HouaeaT  It la poaalblo to build a boose today,  and such bouses have already baao  constructed, which shall bo entirely of  ro-onforeod concroto ozcept for such  minor Items aa doom and window  frames. This, says tbo Cement Ago,  raakos n house wblcb la ontlraly un*  burnable trom witiiin and pracucauy  uubutuublu iioiu xxUhou*.  2Sft^,L^l?!!5!S������B?J!������������i,������iw>������  Indeed, tbe one great leading feature ef  eur new Hair Vigor miy wall be aaid to  be this���������It stopc filling bair. Then h  goes one step further-ft aids nature to      _, ... ...,, .���������   witorlng tbe bslrandscahjtea hethby  the fate of our "to boycott," having  centUrion.  Ask for "the new Had,"' (passed Into disuse long ago.-Wei������  -~Ms4.*������*/.c.^c^.*w^iMe*-..minster Gawttc. *   *  van - ^^P^^^^&  ITpU SMS ��������� ei������ ttrnmrteL Caaataa tmmtt.  m***"* *l ���������M*' ***** *mm 0MR5n������  mt mmteaal aem e mtmmm* 0m, Hr-fr if mi ~ '  W.  N.  U.  Ne. SSI  Clannish Seats,  Tho London Standard snys tlie Scot*  tlsb race is tbo most claunlsh, tbo most  ubHinituUH, ttie most portniacioua nml  tho most Instlnctlvoly coherent ln tbe  world.   Wonderful Memoriae.  Soneca, tbe tutor of Nero, could re>  pent 2,flO0 word*) *t������ctly aa tb* hPsnl  thorn. Pone oould turn at once to nny  passage which hnd struck him when  rending, and Leydon, tbe Scottish poet,  waa also remarkable for hla-rnemory.  Leyden le credited with having been  able to tepemt an act of perUanent or  a long legal document after twins  ljc4rtl.ltencav ���������    ���������'  Thi*! Str^Roofei  The strongest wttU that ever .blew can't  ri������ away a roof ovrered with telfAoduom  "OSHAWA"  GALVANIZED  STEEL SHINGLES  Rain can't eet thronfh it in 25  guaranteed in writing for that long  tor a century.' really)���������fire can't both  .vi * century,' really)���������fi  a roof���������proof ajmnat all the elements���������the  cheapest GOOD roof there is.  Write us aad well show you why it  coats least to roof right.   Just address  The PEDLAR People <������������������  Oshawa Montreal Ottawa Toronto London Winnipeg  ������������������������ .'> X  rlss Intttlin Bit Ro Conpitltors.  A Safe, Speedy and Fositl-re Cura for  ���������nffs, am* nH vntmnmt tttm Bpvrls,  UayMV' sod ffli-er, beny tuners,  ���������,. Pares ull mtujtlaamta br farwrtts.  laniw, Stphtoeria, Kemtves' til  B-hXms tram Hsrses er Ottui,  wSSir^Te ttA4^MiLft  per Kttls. sou by SruKsists. ei sent by ex-  ���������ress. chargM paid, with (ull dltocMons for  Its is*. (v*8end for (teteriptlre circulars,  ���������tSstliBOBlaU, etc Mite** ,   r*  The Lewrence-WWIsms Co.. Toronto, Ont*  !   PERFTCTIOW  Tfii^v^i-*^  1 pr.rirf:(TioN  5 or seo  or  5,000,000  Y'M.'yllOH  ��������� Oi. ���������DW^';*J',i  V   'i**  lA.-'H Jwl  r.'.'x*' Ai,\Yf\  ;. PfhJirTION  ���������they are aU  alike. '  Etch bltxuh  ai light ii' if  made by fairr  bands.     "  B'akcd to a  golden  rauet  brown. ..  So freih,  ind cnspi and  tempting, that  jW opening the  box ii teaiiag  the appetite.  And yoo  find a new  oWJghtfaemy  'one you eat.  Yen get peiucuoa  wben you get  Mooncy's  Periectton  Cream  Sodas   ������  1  . e. r  tiTj^n"  (.X>.a">iisiA.  *���������   -mS'  1        f~  -   ������   *m *  ���������tti*  mj  r    .     '       ���������.        .        *        fi.        '*-  ���������    .     it      Xj,    ���������   ���������  ..  ������1  *������V S-'   35 ;?b h_  na  ''prit-tor.  idxjv:  The columns of This 'Nkws arc o|.i-.������ to nil  who wish to express ihttrbiu views or u.j ���������  tert. uf publio iutfcresii,   '''.,.-.. I  While we do aot hold uuselv,-i tub   nsi- !  bis for the utterances of oorres-jjcmdk u.., we ''  twn"������e   mor-giit   i>!   cieoli.un-i<   iu uisi-r  CUUfuiuuiCatioua Uiiuui:-, Sharlly Jtitrskilai,  1 ���������-���������rf't'iit, ���������  '  Mi  ���������\&i  -OIITON :U.vays on M*,,       -,i,c, th. ���������a:-.....^ M11,^-A.UKK-S-  .',.   ,     !^'M^-A-;'iH*-P-*r. A- )-..���������������,������������������. , SoivitK. fe.       "OLD OREY  HKftKU"'    V  Si.'O'it. H SVsU*KY, ��������� Bost W.afts- and Liquors.of all kinds.  The Bjui-.r.i.g Rn.i **-..**-g. *������������������* J) j������rti'.������trj,s, udiSim :.i,e iwi-i-.tia'c supcrinu-ii.-lwioe of  Mrs,  TUESDAY, ; UcT.   22,   1907.  Kegister your vote before-Ocf-  ober the 31st.  ���������B, A T E S ,  L'uvih, vx.ill bo u-u ri First chus* m every i-eapeot.  ' '- .   '    - ....       ..       $1 00 per day up^i^tis.  ���������.*e������._-������������js������-. ������e������i*������.-4������ ������ uxtMa-J-'jfflrtwaicr i������*i������r������*'w*^'ewt:wniw������*''"  ,���������..���������*���������.������. *. uri t .^..ji* vo*o..������;;vwi.*.s1 Var^'^^WKW**  The proving-of Manitoba has  taken a wise step in cane-ni.iiigt.lio-  vertical system'of copy books the  same to take effect July It, I'J.id  lt is tinitj-thtf system >\'-i" dti.\t* a-  vny within B. C' scl'muls mid. it  ifi a wonder our progressive Super  intendent lias not taken the'wise.  step several yeai'6 ago. The system 111:1 y l������e enty lV>r n child to  learn but for the prac ieal pu p.^es  Ol  iiie tiie -S\ Ia 111    IS   a    iiRist.COin-  plete failure.  .Brother Pater-son of the Delor-  aiue Times Bliould label J1115 ''T.rii'-'  story about B. (J. iVuit "lands", as  .'i^ale.reoii's'i.MUist jcke. t-o jieople  would know.what was- really meant  Prairie expansion hus bail a won-  derl'nl effect on whut wat! once--  in liia younirer days���������a fertile im-  agination.  There's no exeunt, for.-poverty  lu this prog)r.-.8i\o uyu  If only you will profit by ,  The advertising page.  Just con the inany chances o'er���������  Tbenouooset/ie way youwih'h to go,  The way that leads-to riches.  One man agrees to give yon law,  Enough of it "by maii":        '  To *brin,r'tbejuriesto'ybarfeet. '  And make tlie judges quail' ;',  Another holds a torch .on h igh  While you become a writer.,.'.'"���������  Oh, that's nu easy road to Fame���������  No prospect could bo brighter.  "Make money writing songs," or else  "Make money on the stage;"  And if you fail lo please yourself: ���������  Just turn*; another* pnge..-  They only-need an hour a dny  To tench you engineering.  '"Why don't you f nico yonr pay'.'they auk  Iu manner domineering.  "Your fortune mndo in renl estate;"  "Keep pigeons iu your bum;"  "Be rich nnd iudopoudout t-o-W  Mttke monoy on tbe f irm."  Don't toil along tbo rooky road--  lie done with retrogression.  Lny out a course to suit your taste,  And join the grand proccf-sjoi!.  David 0. Gale,  When Laiirior comos west lio  will probably havo tJireo different,  armies-of nowspaper men in tow  tlio Hr������t to herald Imp wimiiirr, !U1.  other to accompuny him, and a  third to report tlio effect of tlio  wonderful procession.  TholibomlB nre severely ci;iti-  cfaiiiR tho conservatives for per-  mitting their ��������� ftwier to tour tlio  wild and woolly west uiineeompiui.  led by any newspaper men,' Thoy  lay Bordei),ct>mo west, threw a fow  Btonea and thon ran 11 way, Of  course people who throw atone* do  not na a^eneral mlo want nown-  paper men 'nround. How^m*  few nf tlie Atones mn������t huve V  vulnerable part of tho libeutl p,,|il  cy or there would not Lo m> m,icli  equealtoff. The liberals could not  "xp-et Bordv.) to u.nli ,. ;,;.,���������.  way weat an a booster roohfer for  LHnrler and bis oollea^ima and ho  otornally thrawin^ houmjeiH at Iuh  opponenU, Fni ther, throwing a  ftw Hniim hm-t only tiia^, u jlf)  live in glass houses.  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  Thpro n-ay hi- s- nii'tliing-Jtor������ fciiis xveek that yon wero looking fof  .last week. ��������� If it is tlio prico is ware to bo right.   Give us u ciiil. '  UEI'AUilNG'A SPECIALTY.;^  J.-H. OOLLIlfS, Cumlberland.  Y.m$mhi & teiiaiiiio Rj  ���������ml-tt.   '  ^������.'-t.-uiiJy*-.^wi  ���������<;.-  n*  ���������~&  :~^-i  ^L^Wk^M  iverv  V  . - .:u,*t^ty**..jf ������)R'<iBBiw*.:,'-~<ft*s!!3y'!:<!r.  . &Hy*Jfr._Trm*&i. fS-*-T*--^fi-. ���������i>������-������^i*e^-  Fresh air is introduced into  the Kobten'ay oven through 0*.  series of vents at the bottonj  of the '..oven door,, and th0  cooking fames carried out  through another eerie������ of  VQAts at the back of the oven-  (Arrows in ^_-^~:w^   .y~O  show methodIpM;::,-;i-iV>mk  'The air in thQ���������**���������������������������������=**������  m  1  !  I  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  '/ICTOBia- CO-MrOX        -3.0X7TE  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. in., for  N.-maiino. calling'-,u Crofton, Kuper  and Thetis Islands when freight or  passengers offer.  Leaves N<lna.mo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Hay Coniox anq way pons.  Leaver. Comox Thursday 7 a. m., for  Union lljy N.-maimo and way pons.  Leaves Nvinairno    Friday,  7 a. m.,' for  Union Bay Go-nox --ind   way ports.  Leave? Coinox  Saturday,,  7  a.m.,, for  Nanaimo and w,iy ports.  S-iils from Nanaimo Saturday 2 p.m., for  Victoria,  VANCOUVER - WAW AIMO - LADY-  SWITH   BOXJTE  & S.     <������J0AN.,!  Sails troiu   Vancouver  for   Nanairno  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanannii   for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at. 7 a.m  ��������� *'���������  ��������� TIME TABLB  EFFECTIVE  October "i5ih, 1907  NORTH ROUND���������Bead, Down  I am,prepared   to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  R. CHALMERS  Cumberland  OUR BEST  OLU81NQ        OFFBRS  Tliis paper AND A NEW Subscription to  Rtgnlar prict for both.    Our Prico  Daily Witness,      $4.50 $3.������o  Weekly Witness,    2.50 ...      2.00  World Wide, 3.00 2.25  Northern Messenger J.90 1,75  Our culi-ulatui.h me l-ari-d trictlj ot lie  oitah io ndvuuce. Sii'tnyln-i of these papara  may be seeu at cur ollico..  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  FOR BOYS  The Laurels. Belcher Street  /   Victoria B. C.  Patron  a:id  Viuitor,  THK LORD, BISHOP   OF   COLUMBIA.  Stations,  Victoria,"  ituH-sels,  Sliiiwuigan,  *,*  .,  Q_,bhh Hill,  Pa-ssenjjej   'irains  Daily  No. 1  JDe.'JOO  9.04  10 17.  10.22  10.40  Suuday  W������d.  Htit.  No. 3  De. 15 00  15:04,  1 (5. J 5  10.18  Uowichnii',  Kukcilan,  Du  DIM't,  tiomcijoa,  Wi-hMioli-ae,'.  Oncnittinu^,  LttdiHiiiiili,',''  Sou'h Wellington,  NauiHilio,      '.  Wellington,     ;  mmmm-n'**a*mmsam������-tAi_rmaitmyememntem  10.48^     ' 10 41  * 10:53- 10,47  U 00   ;: 10.58  11.07    - 1710  ' 11,18 ' 11.  mA.  11 32 17 3;>  ���������11.57 17,5.������  1-2.JS lti.io  ���������.12.8U 18 30  Ar 12.53 Ar 18 45  At***-iitm^..tmtimi\,mtm*mi.mm*  Beat! M.usUt  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,   M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by three'.Graauates of the R.-cog-  nizea Ui.iveriiitiea of Groai Britain and (Jail-  ada.  Moderate terms tor boardors.  Property cons 8t������ of five acres with spacious 's'ii'.o\ 'buildings,   txtensivo   recreatiu-  grounos ajrniiasiuin.      Cadet ooi-ps orgar-  ixed.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  'S,  WA'NTED���������To Buy'a Cottage on the  I'instalment p'aiv    Owner leave terms at  this office.  , FOK SALE���������1 he fine lesidencc of Mr.  * T. E. 'ljati:, Viluaied at  the   coiner   of  ��������� WindiMinerc and First Street i.s for sale  1 at thc low figuredf $1400;.   For particulars Apply .Cumberland News.  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up-  LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, W.NMPE0, VANCOUVER, ST, JOHN, HAM'LTON  timamaimsacaaimtm  If IB? P? WP'      W W^ W< il  .lis m biikMk,     smmm m%  "vl'N*"'*  The drink of strong men and healthy women  Viotoria/  Ru.i8i.-lS,  Shuvvnigiin,  ,- '<<  Cobble H������l|,    ���������'  Oovvjcliuu,  Kokhilah,  Duncnn'fl,  fionu-uos,  WuHtholiiie,  UhoinuJiiUn,'  Liidyb'nmh,-'  i������  South Wnllington,  Nanmnto,  Wtlliiigtun,  No. 2  Ar. P2.00  12 02  10.51   .  '     10.48"  10.40  10.15  10.011  10 02  '   0 47  9.37  9.25  De. 0.00  Ar. 8.50  8.SS8-  8.15  Do. 8.00  No, 4.  18.55  "   18.51  17.35  17.30  17.-2.  17.08  17o3*  111.68'  10 48-  10 32  115 22.  He. 15 58-  Ar. 15 48  '   15,27-  1515  De. 15 00  m***A'im_U'-Mt.t4  Exiuu'sioii Tic  Is The Best  Bottled op in   Biti'rulM.  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo B.C.  M���������m. . il������l.l������.*l������.i.l..WW.|l������l *.������. .r HI W*t-t������������*IW������MW^*llW*llM**<WW������������������������l<MM*<MM������^^  '   Fruil Miwii. wfiu lorn  nunili^r  of ywuy ims hecif cui.ni.cUHl  with    When ,n oourtenay Stay M  thi'Kit N railvvnv wim ti'inlci'dda   ry*       r- J ^>       1  fim-weii by theoiW ������iiiff i;wi i'v.-i lhe C_ourtcnay notcl  imiiin on tlioevo of hii dojin'i'turo !  for Union, whim* lie  \iill   UiU> n\     l^vury convenioii'v? for -vih-bIb,  ruapoii-sihlB pui4ttt.ii with thu Wi>l- j   ThoC^utiui Hou-i for Sp���������rWn  llnj.'tOM   (JollioriuH  ttim^my.Akd' j Nonn but the Mcr,t������r Wines a,uf Lu,...^  OIIIBt,  Prince Knjxjrt'B llrst Um; in n  Tnprtiiueo; tlw. littlo girl rawivw .���������  Lur lint prtiiDUt $60 mul a cradiu  Tho Mhhniic iutifin ut jiiinn if.  nhout to hohl u mountain top  niootinir. Tho placo .Ht'lwtoil ih tho  top of Mt. OiiHnuh- nml tlio timo  m ill lio sunie ftmo this montl!. it i  in .statinI tlm wor.-hijtfttl brothers j  from nii uvor tlm country will m  ���������it tht* liar.  John Johnston.     (VO .  %\*t. in this novel meeting.   This* is :  not, however, altogether a new <ii;-('  part nro lur llu* Mu i������ii -   <-i    ��������� ������������������cuV,  mi fH iiiiicb :,* ftttvr tMiw  i.t , tl-.iy *  iiekl a himil.o' iiiu'lio^ uo iii<   top t  of Tunnel iit������it;nJ.u:i.     If j>   .������,    ' a I  great ������jie<'n.h ami eiifuio;!;-!^ tlmm  .orejk-iit tin* l't������nt thi* year  Fresh Fruit  -V^nMir.i:mmiKViK  On Wt.'Iuesihiy ami Thursday  I \    If       ).  Thouaiind Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good cn'ot rail and $tCHi���������er  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains arid steamers for Excur>  ���������iions, nad reducer! rites for parties may  be arranged foi on upp'ication to the  Dist, Pass, Agent at Victoria.  The Couipanv reserves the right to  "ipttt previoits notice, jjtcamers  anu hours ot sailing,  ickcts on .'hdo from and to  ail .Siatiuii'i, goiul fcir Roini4 j������mniey Saturday ami  Sunday, I'tfivunii)^ nut later  han Monday.  J. YV. TllOtir, OIhu, ������Ui������. 1J.C. Count Sor.  U, 1��������� t'OUKl'NKY, Dint. i'rl. t*l.m������, Ag.  ,���������mmmiirm*���������im.**--���������im*-'m. **������iwwnm*������������<iiw  Morrocljl Br'������s������  BAKERS  UHJUAJ), Cake? and Pioa deliver  ed daily to any part of City.  $l7o Lillys a.good lot it this city.  ��������� FOlt SALK���������10 nqri������B good land in Comox Valley, suitable for ciiicJion. ranch.  Bpimtiful KtVoiim running*' through jiro-  porty.   Apply, at this ������,ilioe.  FOlt SALK���������100 acres, 00 nereis chopped  and about 10'���������noroB clean il ,(Uigh hmd,  and .oxocllent-pautuoji- land. TonuH can  be arranged to suit.  WANTED���������About ton acres 'cleared",  wither without- house. Must bo good  land nnd fronting water. Stnto Lwost  p.rtoc.  $800 CASH bays first-clnss house  ou Maryport avenutt,  FOR SALE���������90 acres, with 10 acres  cleared} Sr,noo-wortb of timber, fir red*  ar, white pine, and spruce. 75 acres, of  bottom land. 8 roomed house and outbuildings. Lots of spring water, and on-  ���������Y about 3 miles from Cumberland.  81100 buys-luo aoioH timber ranch, 0  miles from Courtenay,  For Knlo-lOO acres 2% roilos from Court  ney.About 20 acres cleared somo yearn a-  go. Hi$hl in lino of 1 nil way count* notion  CIohb to Oimrlcnay rivor..  , r  w. - *. * ...<���������*  *t0**t**m*mmmtmm*mAAmmmmmmw**'. *im,mm  W ooa. fc i:40f3pi.oiUft0,  Tli* llreat limitmK  Jicmedy,  Tfini������) ana invlifomtftfiOiti whnio  jiorvmiu pystoa. niukou   nuw  __.       .     'Bio 3d in old Vol nw. 0������ .v������ Ken-  ouis .khlUtti, Mtntal anr] Ihn in it'ori'V, />.-.-i-  ���������1 r. ,...,,.,? Vr .    *    ,'. ..     r-    J*.��������� .;..,,v>   S'i , (.,  inaiai'i'tivii,owl Fjrtrfi'nt'Atiittwer h,reenwu,  Vrkoti Dorbox, rtxfor^i. One willuloi}Hu.-frt  WlUcii''������v Bold by ull anniKlnUi tir mailed In  Jilalu I'kjf. oil rucelpt, of nHco. K<-m pttttv Utt  mi ted free. Tho Wood Moiliomo Co.  tfomcrh, ifatuLtor) Toronto, Ont.  Coofc'8 Cottoa Root CoropcuniL  Iho ffront l/tt)rliio 'aonto, nud  only iwfo cflhciuai Monthly  1 t*������rnl .-il������������r on whMi xwinwirnn  d������iH -A. fold in tkro'i <Ii!t,T������eg  cf m ii-ntnii-No, I. 91 '* N". %  in iivfiTiHiix fltrongroti $3: No. ���������%  Un   l,lHlUltl\.CMWi,  ������Ud lev nil dtuin  pi-amld en. rooclp  3mH.BW������ief,Tiu������rrro.dnT. ittrmwt^Wttema  *vw mptm   eenem ate)  n *A put box.  i_p,<it npll  Bclpt of prico.  IJLJDi  FOR SALK���������A farm of 160  acrcsj. also house and barn, situ-  ateel near Comox valley Bemtti-  ful location, convenient to the  saltwater. For particulars ap-  plyat this office  To Keut���������Severnl desirahie hus  irons localiom. Oonriilt thn O.U.  K. Agency.  Wt\rtir*A-���������Tn Imrrniv 9ir\nrx for  5501^0 yertT-s on ���������vnor' security.  For particulars inquire of Cum-  berland Real Kstaic Agcnc .  P, PHILLIPS HARRISON  BarrlMtei* und Sulloltor  and  Notary Public  Cu-lierlasd    B. D. r  it  ^���������.fj.^^.j^^^^^^^^vl^^^^^ijwjt  TITS   NEWS,. CUMJBEKLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I  Si  Hayman & Maxwell.  ... .Proprietors.   ;  -   ������t.\T*tmm*aLtamaf*J^  I TEAMSTERS, and ' tiRAYMEN  * SINGLE and 'DOUBLE RK.Si  *Kor HIRE. ALL ORDERS*  ���������f I1 ROM PTLV..- ATTEN DED  TO������  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims, for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes,  in Comox Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  ���������MHraUKUUM  ssm m������ramt_mimtte_Umae _  '������������������'.. NOTIOE,! '., '_ ���������  .Riding on locomotives;' aivd.;.,railway cars of the Union' "���������. OoiHery  Oompauy. by. anyVperSokyCof '.'person s-���������except ��������� i-.'Vi'ir.fi������r.o>v":-*rW strictly  prohibited, JSin'pioye-s- *3,re sub-  iec ti)'riismit?f5a.'l':ior,:tr 1 jx>;,'���������',', a g" same  By order-"   -'������������������.-> -:*-'-   '  ���������.''������������������'..'.'"���������'.    FiiANCIrv D:.   IjITTIK  Ms-ma^er.  Ilea, is "Buiiiherlanil  STAT AT THE   -. VEikmrnE.. ���������  ���������J2T      A.LL CoNV.I'iNIVA'CES   FOR   GUESTS  rilK'B.AH IS  St'l'PUKIl WITH  Best Liquors and Gij;ars  J.R. BANNERMAN*.  ���������.���������m*llmm*mW***lttia*-mVM  JAPAN est-  at a how PricK  Wholesale and. Retail.  H vh)':inu C)lean';iii  ity  60 lbs............  ...;.. S2.85  .'m  No. 5 JaptowiVji-..., ��������� ..Cuniht-rli-uid. 3,.  ���������"*���������-*������������"*��������� -'v*? ^w*emym*mtm^r*':'  '  '*a',*)&\'     y    -''"..  1\*  jfOHN McLEODS  FOR PI.W-lU.ASri  OANDY, FRUITS,  * CIGARS ���������&"TOHAOOQtf  60   YLAR8'  EXPERIENCK  Trade Marks  ���������    Derionb         copyrights ,#q,  Anronodon-llnB n nUolflh mid dnnorlpilmi mny  info'-'- -���������������������������-'-  '-��������� -'-"���������   .,W,,mm*. .**,/ W.IHH..IHI..I.    ||n|,|,wVV.|\  *���������* *,'���������'".,  lontfroo, Outwit nifonoy torBoouniiKjpatcuitH.  l'ntqnta tAkon ihroiwli Munn A Co. iimM  tpetlat notion, wit hout clm-mo, irt tlio  Scientific .JMetknu  A hnntlnomolr UltiMrtloil woniily.  I.nr������o������t elr*  BiilHtlon ut nny ni'lontlUq Imirnnl,  -Twins, (.1 m  Mi four montlis, *L Bout by till nowaOnnloni,  rouon Oflloo, ni V BU WMblOKton, n.D.  LAND ACT NOTICE.  plstrlot of Now WohUniuutur, Liuul  District, Coast No. I.  TAKK NOTICE that tlio MnTiniiKlin  Lunibor Company, Limited, of Viinoou-  vor, B.C., Lumbermen, intond to apply  for permiHmon to puroiiiiBn tno foiiowuitf  uWirilruu ImitlH:-*���������Uoiiinutitoii'U ul 11 pimi  planted about Md chaina 'lint-nit, ami in a  !iortlioitMU������rly dirnotjon from tho head of  Turnbull Cow, nb.mt tlio line   of  Ititdi  .1    1    :.   , it  thonco uorth-Ooliiiijiii, thunco eiiht _0  chain*, ihouoo south 20 chaina, tlmncn  nloiitf tho shoro 20 (ilmina tr. point of  coiiimniifHMiHMil, anil oontaii.in-a; <10 aun-**  more or h->e,  Tlio.McUAUUJlLLN UiAlliliU Oo. l/.il.  Dated nt VniKTiuvfr thin 11th   di:-   n'  Wppti'jubi'f, I'.'OJ.  Advertise in the NEWS.  S 3rd St; Oiimlierland  4������.: <*>  4^'H^H',i,4#H4^^^-i,fH'-i4<*i*  HI llll Wl j llll III   I    III II ������������������!���������   IW ������������������IWM ������������������������������������IWI1I���������Wi  coal! phoseecting licences  ��������� I 'HEREBY GIVE NOTICE) THAT on Monday, the 4th Day iof November, 1907, 'at thehonr of  71 o'clock a. in. at tlie Court House,. Cumberland,  I shall offer tor sale bypublic auction lhe mineral  claims in the list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants "have been issued) for all itupaid taxes  accrued, due and payable on the 30th Day of June. 1907, andremaining unpaid on the 30th Day of-June,  1907, and for the expense of advertising this notice, if the total amount due is not sop ner paid.  ���������������������������, ��������� LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  N.VMH op Pkuhox  DaiiRlas Pine Minitif? Co.  Doufflns Pine Mining Co.  DonghiR Pino Mining Co.  MuKimii n John McL.  MoKinnon John McL.  MiiKinuou John McL.  DoBock Geoi-^e Ward  Cullon James  Notice'is hereby given that thirty-(30)  days after date that I intend to apply to  the Hon Chief .Commisaioner of Lands  and Works*for a licence to proapect for  ,c'oal and petroleum on the following des-  cribed lands situate in  Nelson District:-  Commcncing at a post planted on ihe  North boundary of Section one (-1) Nelson District about ten chains West of the  North East corner thereof thence' Norih  (So) eighty chains thence West (80) eighty-chains, thence South (80) ei_hiy chains  thence East. (80) chains to point of commencement and' containing   640 acres  Located 30th September, 1907.  Joseph Hunter.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date 1 intend to apply to the  Hon Chief pommisstoner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  lands situate in Nelson Destrict; ��������� '  Commencing at a post planted at the  North boundary of. Sect ion'one (1) Nel  son District about ten chains West ofthe  Nordi East corner thereof, ihence North  -eighLy-(8ii^.diains!-taence.,EasL  cliains, thence South' eighty (80) chains,  ,t*venceV\ est eighty (80) chains,' to the  point of commencement and containing  '640 acges.       .'""''.' '���������;��������� -.- .  ���������  ' Located 30th September, io<>7'.'-��������� .���������'  '  ���������:������������������'_.    ���������- ���������'���������:';;;' ���������'" .A. G. Kin_, Jtir.:;r' '  '-'��������� '���������'     ,.    '      ;::        J������sepli Hunter,'   ,  '',' ���������"','        '.' .     Agehu   '  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days afterdate I intend to apply to' the  Him Chief Commissioner of Landi*/ an'd  ���������AVoi'ks for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  lands situ.ited in Nelfon-District;-  Comipencin-^ at,yV post planted eighty  (80V chains East" oft the North East  corner of Section 'one (P  Kelson District thence South,eighty (80)  chains, thence West eighty (80) chains,  to the South East corner of Section one  (������������������������������������) Nelson District, thence North eigluy  (80) cliains along the East boundary of  Section one (1) thence East eighty (80)  chains to the point of commencement  and containing'640 acres.  Located 1st October, 1907.   ���������  '' Francis p, Little  Joseph Hunter.  -   ��������� ' A6ent.  Description of claim  Douglas Pino Lot 'J71  Gold Exchange Lot 272  Cone Fraction Lot 273 ���������  Theodesia Lot 1831 GI"  Silvor King Lot 18.12 GI  lllue Jaolu-t Lot 1888 GI  Copper Chief Lol 1834 GI  Copper King Lot 1835 GI  Unpaid  Taxks  Costs of  AnvKimBiNa  TOTAIi  S 8.110'  8.75  .75  11.25  11.25  10.00  1L50  11.50  82,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  $10.00  ' 5.75  2.75  18.25  13.25  12.00  13.50  13.50  Dated at Cumberland, B.C. 28th September, 1907,  JOHN" BAIRD, Deputy Assessor,  Comox Assessment District,  Cumberland Post Office  containing 320 acre-: more or less.   -  Looated ist October, 1907.  Char es B Innes,  ' . Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date 1 intend to apply to the  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum os the following described  lands situate in Nelson District;-  Comniencmg at a post planted at the  South Boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District about Fifty (50)^chains more or less  East of the South West corner thereof  thenre North Forty (40) chains more or  less lo the South boundary of Section  one Nelson District, thence West Fifty  (50) chains mure or less to the West  boundary of said Lot 2 A  thence Souih  Notice is hereby given that, thirty (3������)  days after dale I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief -Commissioner of Lands and  Works lor a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  lands situate in Nelson District j-  Commencing' at a post -planted eighty  (80) ciiauia East of the North East -corner of Section one (1) Nelson District,  thence East Forty (40) chain*' more or  less to thc West boundary of Section two  (���������i) Neltoij District thence Souih eighty  (Mu) i.li..ihs, thence West Forty (40)  chaiu-'> inure or less, theucc.Worin eighty  (So) chains 10 point of commencement  and containing 320 acres more or Itss.  Located 1st October, 1907,  Oliver G. Harbcll,  Joseph Hum-sir,  Agent.  ii,.  .i.  t-  u.d  dfcscrih  ���������l.y* --.ru ���������.���������,'.,:<. ! :;;;...:,! :..,;;���������'; i-  lion Chi'.:f Coiuiuih.iioiiei of Laud.  \Yoik-* for a licence 10 pio.ipcu ������'-o  and peuoleiiin mi the Ibllon ini;  c- I l-|in ��������� ���������  1 f i>*.o> in   Vnl  * .ii *f,  11'   i  CiHtiiutJiciiiK at a posi planted about  (70) th.iina East of iho North East corner of Section one Nelson |)istrir.t,lhenoe  North cijihty (Ho) chains, thentu East t()  tlm wi shore about Twcnty-hve |2?)  dt.ons \\\ei\ti or It;-.>���������>, Uicncc the st-.i  . i,,    .   ;,,   -      ���������'.,-..-i'ii     1* .-,., 11,.     r...   .  V* t ���������>! t.oihvi oi ',-n  "F6Tty~"(4oy^h"aThTlfiore^_6T_lesTTo  South West corner ot said Lot 2 A tlience  East Fifty (50) chains more or less lo the  point of commeiicement and containing  200 acres more or-less;  ��������� .   C. I. Loat, .  1     '���������:. Joseph Hunter,  Located 30th September, 1907.'  Notice is hereby given' thxit thirty (^o)  days alter date 1 intend to apply to </ie  Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lf.nds and  Works lur a licence to prospect lor coal  auct petroleum on ihe following described  lands in'Nelson Districi;-  Commencing at a post planted on the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District about Fifty (50) chains more or less  East to the South West corner thereof  ihence North Forty (4*0) chains more or  less to lhe South boundary of Section one  Nelson District thence East eighty (80)  chains, thence South Forty [40] chains  more   or   less   to   the   said    South  boundary of Lol 2 A thence West eighty (80) chains to the point of commencement and coutainin^ 320 acres   more or  less.  Located 30th September, 1907.  Douglas D. Muii,  Joseph Hunter,  Ayent.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after dated intend to apply to lhe'  Hon. Cinef Commissioner of Lands and  Works for .1 licence 10 prospect for coal  and petioleum on the following described  lands situate in Nelson District;-  Commencing at a post planted on the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson   District Forty (40) chains more or less South  of the South West comer of Section two  (2) Nelson* District thence  Noith   Forty  -(-4o)-chains-nibrer-or��������� less-to-the���������South-  West corner of Section  tvo (2) Nelson  District thence West eighty (80) chains  thence South Forty (40) chains more or  less 10 the-South boundary of said Lot'2  A thencc.lpHowing said South boundary  of said Lot 2 A East .eighty - (80) chains  -to the point of commencement and -containing 320 acres. '   v      ' ��������� ' '  "Located 301I) September, 1907,   -' ' ; ���������  .   , W,.D. Mackintosh,,     ���������  '  '  Joseph Hunter, ''  .,".'         ; ���������    Agent-  Notice ic hereby given that Thirty [30]  days'after date 1 intend tp apply m. ihe  - Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds and'  Works for a licence to prospect for  coal  and pe.troleum on.the following described lands situate in Nelson District.  Commencing al a post planted at the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District Forty [411] chains more or less South  of lhe South West corner of Section two  Nelson District, thence North Forty (40)'  chains more or less to the South West  corner of Section - two Nelson District  thence East eighty (80) chains to the sea  shore, thence following the sea shore In  a South Easterly direction to the South  East corner of Lot 2 A Nelson District  whence following the South boundary of  said Lot 2 A West about one hundred  (too) chains to the point of commencement and containing 400 acres^ more or  less.  Located 3ovh September, 1907.  ���������H. Maurice Mills,  v Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  From   France,   Holland and  Japan.  .  seeds Trees  Plants  . For Fall Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  KzFTIease note that my fruit trees are  not grown   from .".imported   piece   root  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  celling, from bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Jlee Supplies, Spray  Pumps,, Spraying Material,  Out  Flowers, etc,  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Ad  dress-3d 10 WeHtmlnstor Koad.  ht*y.ft > v<*v.:**'*^T-m-*^f  ^*?w?^SPl  1 iir--'  J'h-iteHL.-'iL  A  r*t*% ***  itlft J. 11 It  ,- -  ��������� "*������  >IW>  I.CII  bant nvr-nty two (33) chain-, more or les*  thence West Kilty 150) chain* more or  It*-, ifi the point ftfrfimmenrrmrnf ;ind  jj^a..^Mii|^  Win  #������*/!%&,(&������  x***,  ii^  ..   ...I    rt-r*/ ***   i*r-*������ p"!  ^'  1 ���������  i-r-������  VI  .A   ?w /!*> fa$  'Uttyma^mm'^^ It  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole A cents for 8 C V  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Accidents to your horses  may happen at any moment.  GET KJcSADY for emergencies.  Buy a bottle of  Fellows'  Essence  For Lameness in Horses  Only 50c. a bottle��������� and saves  dollars; worth of time by curing  lameness of every description.  At dealers, or from it.   ���������  National Drug ������c Chemical Co., Limited  MONTREAL  ���������_'".--���������;"  The Pope's Secretary  "Cardinal Merry del Val, the Pope's  famous Secretary of State, was bora  ia London���������a fact of which feiv  people seem to be, aware���������and received some of his education at a  preparatory school near Windsor.  ���������He is a wonderful mah in many respects, and has a prodigious mem-  ���������ory. On one occasion, alter the late  -Pope had addressed in his native  tongue an assembly of English people, he turned to the Cardinal and  asked him to interpret what he had  said. "Without the slightest hesitation the young Secretary of State  proceeded to do as he was bid, repeating most of the Pope's own expressions word for word. -  TWhen all other corn preparations  tail, try Holloway's Corn Cure. No  7am whatever and no inconvenience  an using it.  Fans were long known in the hot  ������������������countries, and in the    Orient    they  were first developed into  objects 'of  ^���������a������t,���������_bnt_tlisy_������di4_not _reach Europe  ���������-4intil 1572. ���������������������������     ���������-=  WISE  PARENTS  \3uard  Their   Children's   Health   by  Giving Them  Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills  The health of the growing  hoy or  girl  should    be    carefully   guarded.  During the growing time there is a  danger * of  the   blood  becoming poisoned and the health seriously  impaired.    The   blood should be kept  .pure and the child will grow strong,  Phealthy and active.   Dr.   Williams'  -Pink Pills are an ideal tonic for the  'yonng. ' They   never   fail to bring  '^color to tno pale cheeks and strength  to the growing body.   To a reporter  of L'Avenir du Nord, Mr. Jos. Provost, of St. Canute, Que., tells how  'these pills saved his daughter Marie  : trom a life of misery.   He says: "A  year ago my daughter, a girl of thir-  ' ieen, waa very weak.   She was so ill  '-that F feared she was going into coniumptlon.   Though   I   tried remedy  vnfter remedy she remained   in   this  tweak state for several months  and  i -I began to think she would never  '*ret better.   I read of the good Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills had been in a  case of anaemia, so got Bome for,her,  Soon she began to improve; hor appetite returned;   she   grew   strong;  ���������color came into her cheeks and to-  <iJay she is as healthy as any young  'flirt -could be.   I firmly believe Dr,  ^Williams' Pink Pills saved her llfo,"  iPr/'Wi'liams' Pink Pills are equal-  fly as successful in bringing those of  ' mature age back to health   aa  they  Mare in building up tho young.   They  > make pure, rich blood���������that is why  they banish   anaemia,   rheumatism,  St. Vitus dance,   heart palpitation,  indigestion   and   the   secret ills ol  girlhood and womanhood.   But you  muBt got the genuine,   bearing   the  full name. "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  ��������� for Palo People,"   on   tho   wrapper  around each box.   All othor so-called  "'Pink Pills are imitations.   II your  modioino dealer does not keep tho  genuino pills thoy will be sent at 60  ���������cents a vox or nix boxes for $2,50,  "��������� trom tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  m*mm**mmm���������mm���������m^���������^mma^^m  Nearly 30,000 emigrants leave Italy  ������very month, or almost n thousand  a dny.  MARKED FISH IN THE SEA.  Thousands   Caught,    Numbered   and  Put Back-1* British. Channel.  Catching fisti, nieasdiiug and ntark-4  ing them and then returning t3i_Sri  to the sea with the chance of retaking  them later is part of the work carried on by the Marine Biological Association of Great Britain.  By means of a stream trawler the  fish are caught in th6 usual way.  Each haul is carefully recorded, the  fish are counted and measured and]  all details of locality, time, number.^  species, sex and siae are put down,  together with accurate observations  on the water, the depth and bottom  of the spa, the kinds and quantity of,  food available, etc. These data are.'  subsequently tabulated and charted.  The method of marking the fish is,  interesting, and has been attended;  with valuable results. The fish chiefly used during the few years the experiment has been in progress have  been plaice, because the proposals  which have boen made to interfere  with the catching of them were based  on inadequate knowledge.  The flsh are marked on the dorsal  surface with a very thin convex metal  disk bearing a number. This is attached to a fine silver wire which is  passed through the thinner part of  the fish and secured on the underside  sby a small bone button. The fish do  s'not appear to suffer inconvenience,  and their growth is not interfered with  in any way.  The thoroughness with which the  North Sea is swept by the nets of  the fishing fleets is demonstrated,  says Discovery, by the fact that, out  of* 5.039 marked plaice of all sizes,  992 were recaptured within a year.  This represents 19.7 per cent., or  nearly one-fifth but for the medium  sized fish the figures are far higher,  ranpine from 28.4 to 39 per cent, for  the whole of the North Sea and to 43  per cent, in the more northern portions.  1 The men of the regular fishing fleet  co-operate hy forwarding to the laboratory of the association at Lowestoft  all the marked fish they catch. At  the laboratory reference to the records easily establishes how much the  fish has gained in size and weight  since the previous catching. Moreover, the distance between the spot  where it was released and the place  where it was caught establishes its  movements.  zsiam  f Selves A Lot  of Bother  The starch that needn't  be cooked, .'that won't  stick, .thatgives a brilliant gloss with almost  no iron-effort., is n't  that the starch you  ought to have them  use on your clothes?  Buy it by name.,  your dealer  sells it  DODD'S ''  KIDNEY  ���������/( PILLS  nen  VV.   N.   U.   He.  SSI  RQGUrTCEPHANT'S������W0r?Kr������������  Human Life and Property Destroyed  By Them  In  India.  Mr Lloyd and Mr. James were  .camping in the vicinity of Mohergong  Garden when one of their elephants,  breaking his chains, made for freedom and to this day roams the������Terai  Dooars and the Mooroong with his  jungle mates; writes the Terai, Bengal correspondent of The India Field.  For thirty years that and other elephants have betw allowed to* work  their wicked will on human life and  property unrestrained, and the tale  of mortality.has grown year by year  till it is past bearing. About two  years ago the Government offered a  reward of 300 rupees for the destruction of Mr. Lloyd's runaway, which  is now known as tbe club-footed rogue  by reason of samo malformation caused by the chain round bis foot, which  made it swell out. Ue is said to have  but a single tusk. I am under tbe  impression that the some animal is  known by the. name of "the Rooara  rogue," and the number of his victims alone mount high, though I am  certain that he is not the only offender.'-' '������������������ -  Lost September an old woman and  her two young children were sleeping in their hut. Hearing movements  about their granary in the night, one  of the children woke up their mother, Baying there wore thieves at their  dhan. The sound ol human voiceB  was enough. An elephant which had  just torn off the grainhouse charged  the house and killed the woman and  child, one ohild escaping by hiding.  Next morning showed this animal  to have been a female, for she had a  coll with hor. Though retreating to  tho Government reserved foroBt ttX  night, Terai elephants are getting  bolder and bolder, advancing well in*  to the cultivated hooBes' and gardens  everywhere, till the dread and loss  oauaed by them are so great that  tonants are throwing up ih^ir lands  on all side*.  ,���������. "'.-" ���������������.        *  To Broil a Steak.  Few housewives understand tbt art  of broiling, and consequently chops  ond steaks aro often robbed of thoir  delicate flavor by frying In a pan.  A steal, or cbop properly broiled  should navo a thin, well brownod crust  Boyond tills crust tbo moat should be  rod and Juicy, hardly a ibado less  Uouo iu iho UilJJk than near thc pw-  Im.*!. '  If tho broiling la to bo done on a  range, hnve tbe flro vory bright and  door. Open every draft, tbat imoko nnd  llamas may bo drown up the chimney,  t'tuco Uio pitxti o( iumml. In $:c dooWo  broiler and hold It at near tbe coals  as possible until tlio surface It brown,  turning frequently, it will tako three  nr four minutes for thii. Now raise  the broiler scvornl Indies nbovo tho  hod of eonla and ronflnno the cooking  until the meat It done.  Tlie broiler ���������nwt ho rum-wl nttt*n. A  i?ood rule lt to count ten slowly, then  torn tlio broiler. A steak or cbop cut  n little more than an Inch thick will  took nicely In ten mlontae. If liked  wan done, It tbouJd bt ������ootad tea*  twelve minutes.       ...  "MWIJllllllMiiiiiilliillWIIHIIIIIIiiSnttBia  Pe?.rls  Increase  in Price  A good deal has been said about  the high prices.at a recent sale of  jewelry in- auction rooms, and surprise has been expressed that one.  pearl necklace alone should hav������  sold for ������6,800.  A. G. Magihnis, joint managing  director of a goldsmiths and silversmiths company, said that that price  was by no means exceptional ior a  necklace. "I have had the identical  necklace in my hand, and I certainly do not think it was dear at  the price. But we have in stock a  number which are far more valuable.  At the Paris exposition of 1900 we  had a white pearl necklace on show,  the price of which was ������90,000. Such  prices as ������25,000, ������30,000 arid ������40, ���������  000 are not at all uncommon.  "The reason that pearls bring in  such enormous prices is that fine  specimens are scarce. First, they  must match. Not one in a thousand  is perfectly round. Then necklaces  are usually made so that the pearls  are large in front and taper off gradually at the back. This adds to  the difficulty of matching them. To  make up a really well matched necklace may take years.       . I"  "Undoubtedly the price has gone  up during the last ten years, and it  is still going up. This is jdue partly  to an increased demand. Then the  company which took over the Ceylon  fisheries about a year ago is closing  ���������thenu.dQWJt_for_J.welve months to^en*-  able the oysters ������to recuperate.  Therefore, during the next year or  so very few new pearls will come  into the market."���������London Tribune.  FILTERING  WATER.  A Cheap Method of Purifying  Drink-  :) ing Water.  , As efficient a filter as can possibly  i> soenrr-d may lie made In a fow minutes by any one at the cost of a tew  ���������".'.tl*.  Take a new flowerpot, close the  ���������praing In.tbe bottom wiin a piece at  pong**, on top of which place a layer  if small stones, previously well cleaned. The layer should be about two  Inches deep. The upper stouen should  .<-*.- smaller.  Xext  piwnro  some  freshly  burned  ���������linn-Oiil, which bas not beeu kept iu  i damp or ill aired place.   Reduce this  > a powder ami mix It wtth twice its  >-ilk with sharp, cleanly washed "sand.  With this mixture fill the pot to with  j a few inches from the top. cover  t with another layer of small stones  md place a piece of tlauuel around the  rim.     The   tlanuel   should   be   large  enough to tie around tlie pot aud also  to leave a little hollow iu the center.  The charcoa I should be -^pewe-d about  twit-tut.������' inoni-h.  I  Impurities in the Blood���������When the  action of the kidneys , becomes impaired, impurities in the blood are  almost sure to;* follow, and general  derangement of the system' ensues.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will regulate the kidneys so that they will  maintain healthy action and prevent  the complications which certainly  come when there is derangement of  these delicate organs. As a restorative these Pills are in the first rank.  The first balloon was made hy  Etienne Montgolfier, of Annonay,  Fiance, in 1783, and the French have  maintained the' leadership in balloon-flying.  Doctor ��������� Madam, your husband  must have absolute rest.  Madam���������Well, doctor, he won't  listen to me. ?  Doctor���������A very good beginning,  madam���������a very good beginning.���������  Uinghamton Evening Herald.  "What's that sign you're making  there?" asked the grocer.  '"Fresh eggs,*1" replied the new  clerk.  "H'm! Make it read 'Fresh Laid  Eggs' while you're about it."  "What forP Everybody knows the  eggs were fresh whon they wore  laid."  "Just so, and that'B all it's sah  for us to say about them."���������The  Catholic Standard and Times.  "No, I don't care for English  opera."  "Why not?"  "Because it bothers me to listen to  what tho singers are saying whon I  want to talk."��������� Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  Cleaning Steel Knives.  How do you clean your steel knives  ���������in the old way ou a knife lioard'i  Suppose yon try the 'German fashion,  which is much simpler than the ordi  nary manner and saves a good deal of  work.  Take the cork from a big bottle of  Home sort and dip it into knife powder  that has been moistened a little with  water. Placo the knife flat on the  kitchen table and rub It with the cork.  In sn incredibly short time the knife  will be clean and beautifully polished  and will oniy require to be rubbed off  W   fl ;,f������l.lfcl������  A Giant Spoon.  , It is said that the- largest spoon In  dally use is the wooden,soup stirrer at  RIIo monastery. The old spoon at Rllo  Is-famous. It has been used for more  than twenty years and has had predecessors of Its own kind for eentur'es.  It haa stirred soup for thousands of  refugees who have sought safety in the  monastery from the persecution of the  Turk. The monastery -pas built In  mediaeval times. It bas a curlews  .kitchen. It Is a room twenty feet  square, but nearly one hundred feet  "high: Its"~roclc~wails^graduaiiy-8iope  together as they rise, forming a dome  with a hole about a foot in diameter at  the top. A depression in the earth  floor holds the Are, made of pine logs.  Over, the fire is hung a great-.jrou caldron, which holds more than^tw'/nty gallons of soup. The cook climbs "up:-on'  a big, square stone andstlra, the soup  with the great spoon. The smoke from  the pine rises with the steam ofthe  soup to the dome and out through the  opening.���������Boston Traascriat  SORE FEET  Sore, hot, aching or Wist-  lered feet are .j.^oJed and.  j healed by Z*_f-������uk. "Store"  ^Jftrls. pcHfnien. polia������men, '  '���������iJartuiTiaiHtaU whoaUtd and  | walk a tut should let iu valuet  I Zam-Buk also curea chafing  j aores, in<*ct b'tut, R-anbuin,  I Bl?cr������- eczema, heat sores and  i*f i-*fcinclsias������ nud injuries.  ^ Wives caso iu cases of piies.  ,60a a box at ������U stores, or Zsm-  But Co., Toronto,  Cores Spavins  Th* world  wide succei-s of  KewliiriSMvta  Core hai >ceu  wou because  this rent id y  can���������s������id does  ������������������care Bog iind  Bone Sp-vta.  Curb, Splint, ���������Riagtone, Boagr CrowUxs,  Swelling* and Mmeoesa  Mbafosld, Okt��������� Msj-jj* 'efi.  "I tried Kendall's Spavib^Ciire  on a Bor Spa-rfn, whioh cared it  completely."       A. G. Mason.  Price Ji������������������* tot Is. Accept no substitute.  The great book���������"Treatise oa 'the Horse"  ���������free from dealers or ss  dr. 1.1. KEKMU tt.. EMttaf Fife, Utmost, HAA.  Teething Babies-,  ave saved anffering���������and mothers  giv������n rest���������when one uses  Nursss'and Mothers'Treasure  Quickly relieve*���������regulates the  bowels ��������� prevents    convulsions.  Used so years.   Absolutely safe.  At drug-store*. 89a   8 bottles, W.25.  National prug&ChemicaL,Co., Umited,  Sole Proprietors, Jl oik t real.       4.  ^r-'tmtmeatrtmntmnm  'High finance is not confined entirely to Wall street," said John E.  Wiljue, chief of the secret service.  "I saw an example of it the other  day that made me dizzy:       v  "One of the clerks in the treasury  wanted to go to the ball game. He  had but 25 cents, his exact admis--  sion, and nothing for car fare.  ���������"He���������announced���������that���������he���������would,  raffle his 25 cents at two cents a  share, and eighteen clerks took  chances. One won the quarter for  2 cents, but the thrifty promoter had  25 cents for his ticket, 10 cents for  car fare and a cent over for. an afternoon paper."���������Saturday Evening  Post.   .'   ."���������  *    .������������������:.,  '"���������      -      p  1    Cholly Chumplejgh���������I say,, I wonder if a lobster can crawl backward?  Miss   Cutting   Hintz���������Why   don't  you try it?  "Catching any flshf"  "None."  "Getting any bites?"  "Nope."  "Then why don't you try it somewhere elseP"  "What's tho useP I'm passln' the  time away without havin' to do any*  thing, aint IP"--Chicago Record-  Herald.  Minard's   Liniment   Guru   Diphtheria.  "Beg pardon, nlr," said tho waiter,  with outstretched palm, "but 'aven't  you forgotten somothinkp"  "No," ropllod the departing guest.  v."t T nm trvint' to forpet it. Good  day!"���������Catholic Standard and Times.  Theso two desirable qualifications,  pleasant to the tasto and at tho  samo time effectual, are to bo found  in Mother Graves' Worm Exlormin*  fltnr    Children like It.  Tlootor (in hmnanrl whose wife ho  has been called to attend)���������Hoforo I  commence my examination, tell mo  when she last had a new dress ami  0 new hat and If she has been to the  *ea yet his year.���������Meggondorf Blnot-  t������r.  THE RECORD  mmsxL  FURNACE  Is fitted with  the improved Record  Triangular Grate���������the most perfect fur*  nace grate on the market   Of the four  triangular grate bars, each bar is operated  by the use of a hindle applied" to either  of the two centre bars.   To remove thia  handle after shaking b impossible until  the grate bar bas been returned to its  original peerrien, Dat and in  place, without any of the cogs  sticking up. The result ia that  the bars are always flat under  the fire and that k ia impossible  for lumps of coal to drop through  and be -waste*],   The Record  Triangular Grate can be en*  tirely removed from without  without lying on stomach or  bothering with a light.     104  Write for Catailo_ue.  THE RECORD FOUNDRY* MACHINE CO.  Salts Hranche. at MON0TON, N.B.t MONTREAL, P.O.; TO-  RONTO, ONT.; WINNIPEG, MAN,; CALGARY, ALTA. and  VANCOUVER, B.C. /  ^  m  DON'T  EXPERIMENT���������STICK  TO  SHREDDED  A natural food, claan,  purt, wholitoms,, nutrl*  tlous. Mads undir public Inspection. Thi  whole wheat and noth*  ing but ths whist. Nature's bitt gift to man.  WHEAT  Health and strength In iviry Shrsd  For tali by all groein, 13c per package; 2 far 25c.  ���������^ ^.-(f  ���������TW  .   /  /  &  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  SKINNY scratched hia left ear^wlth  a slate pencil. This, accompanied  by a careless scraping of his feet,  causedruVall.^ the,;v "Bloody. ? Robbers,"  ���������who were always to be found in the  tear of the schoolroom, to take particular notice.  :   When he felt the eyes of all the band  j riveted upon the back of his head, slow-  ��������� ly and solemnly Skinny pulled his right  \ ear thrice.  j   Their    leader    had    spoken.      Each  j "Bloody. Robber"  must  report in  the  cave after school, or be denounced as a  I traitor.  Those versed in the bandit lore will  Understand why,, an hour later, each '  member of the band glided away by  himself and took a circuitous route that  brought him to the grove of trees near  the cave.  Skinny, of course, arrived first at the  council chamber and waa arrayed in  .the full regalia of a robber chieftain,  ���������M&en he heard the flrst peculiar whistle  'from the grove. Giving an answering;  j signal, a form slid quietly down the  > bank, and the first ot the band stood be-  . fore hlm/  Bc-rcely" had the leader haughtily te-  * turned the salute of his minion and re-  j celved the mysterious password before  i a second whistle was heard. *  S Fifteen minutes afterward the "B|oody,  f toothers" were in session, seated upon  "boxes and planks brought thither with  , Brest eare and labor.  j "Comrades and fellow-brigands," Bill  Kane was saying  (he ha_t just learned  tightly in his grasp the struggling form  of little Tommy Bowes, who had inno- ;  cently wandered into the. cave.  Qlre ^.threats were, made against the !  unfortunate Tommy; and a council was  at once established to decide his fate.  The captive, bound and-gagged, was  thrust into a dark cornef- of the chamber and left there, wondering whether  he was to be shot or hung.  "Sufferin' Jehosaphat!" exclaimed Ike  Jones, stationed near the entrance, "if  the water ain't comln' in here like sixty!"      '       , s '���������        ���������"���������   ���������  "Take atl belongings and git!" was  the imperious command of Captain  Skinny. "They've gone and busted the  dam today without waitin'!"  All the band gained the outside in  safety. Dolefully they stood on thu  bank watching the water steadily rising  over the mouth of the cave, which  opened ln the bank close to the voter's  edge. ''- ������'���������  "We've fergot Tommy Bowes!" gasped  Skinny. Seizing the rope which Bill  had saved, Skinny tied one end around  his waist, gave the other to Bill and  dived down through the opening of the '  ���������gave,     - - . . --;-*tf  Inside the cave sloped steeply so that  Tommy was still unharmed, although  scared half to death. Hurriedly cutting  his bonds, Skinny dragged htm to-the  entrance, {rojn, where the boya pulled,  them up the b&Hki -   -������-������i  Tommy waa almOSt drowned, but  gamely declared he was all right, upon  wJileh the "gang,"  to a man, patted  *        PENNY WISE     *  HERB is a nice game to train you  to be observant.   Try it the next  time you have a party of friend*'  in to spend the afternoon.  !  ���������    The  hostess must prepare as many  plain white cards as she has guests, and  to each have fastened a penny and a  pencil.   ,  ,-...���������,04 one side of the card must be writ-,  "ten the name of a guest, and on the  other a list of things to be found on a  penny.  The list, with questions and answers,  will be given here; but, of course, in the  game the latter are not put on the card,  as only the hostess has the completed  '.    -lst: -  Used In warfare���������An arrow.  What a caged bird longs for���������Liberty.  A flower that once brought catastrophe  to the Netherlands���������Tulips (Two lips).  A long-eared animal���������Hare (hair).  ������������������      A tropical fruit���������Date. .  A hat trimming���������Feathers.  Discovered in 1482���������America.        t-.'*?*i  A place of worship���������Temple.       *i. J,  A body of salt water���������Sea (C).    "->������.   '  A drink-Tea (T). ' "SKS..-  v A name of - lover���������Beau (bow).   ���������**���������    '  Found on corn���������Ear.  Carried by a warrior���������Shield,    'i^,,  Found on a flag-stripes. -������������������--���������.  Often called for at a meeting���������Ayes  and noes (eyes and nose).  Worn by a victor���������Wreath. '���������<���������������������������"     '  Edge of a .hill���������Brow!  '���������    One bottle Qf perfume���������One scent (one  cent).   ........  ���������" A jJ-r't of a bottle-N������ck. ''  Sent by Uncle Sam���������Letters.  tfri&Bhriese-Cheek. * '\'  >���������*"  A slang expression for talking���������Chin.  ',  ,   Seen by Columbus���������Indian.  At a given signal all begin to write.  The time given for guessing can be left  to the hostess. The one who has guessed  the most answers wins a prize, the next  , wins the second, and there may also be  a booby prize. *"  This list can be changed or added to  by any boy or girl who can see more  things on a penny than has Polly Evans.  THE ROLLING BOX  CUT a sheet of paper, abou. <*>even  inches long and six laches wide,  in the shape of a cross. Then  make a box by overlapping the two sets  of opposite sides, as shown in the diagrams, and pasting.  rfGt  But before you paste the last four  sides, place inside the box a good-sl*������������d  marble. 'A  Be sure that the paste is thoroughly  dry before you play your trick.  When you are sure that the sides are  T*  CAMPING  OUT  BILL, KANE chewed one ati*.*tr aa**  agely, while with another bm  tickled Joe Stanton's ear.  Just as Joe was about to pitch Int*  hiro.'.-.-Blll arose and demanded, im at  loud voice:  "When is this here camp going tttt  start? We might as well. hav������ it now ;  as any time. 'Course, Joe'* going away-  ���������he always does do the wrong thine������������������  but some one else *H be away soon, aadl  we can miss Joe best"  After Joe and Bill were separatst*  Captain Skinny said,, impressively-: *     '  "Bloody Robbers, 'tsntlonr How tauf  of us. think It's best to; start caaop tomorrow?" Every one thought it mem  heat, except Joe, and his mouth m������  stuffed so full of hav that he CQuM-t  say anything. tf  This Important matter mm' dtspoaaft  of. the "gang" left their Becrtt meet-  ing place in Warner's hayloft, promising to meet at BUI Kane's next moro-*-  lng at 8 o'clock sharp. *j  1 All -Arrived at BUl's backyard prompt*  'y.  Nearly every "robber" was more at:  4_   * ���������    ;-���������  s curely  fastened  together,  place  the  box at the top of   a sloping board or  book.  The box will turn over and over as tt  rolls down to the very bottom, Just as  you see in the picture. ,  s  THE LITTLE  SISTERI  HSAR some fellows say they'd like  ���������s    To have a little sister.  But if mine were a dog or "bike,"  I don't think I'd 'a' missed her.  On afternoons when chums call you  To go with them a-swlmmin',  She's (sure to sob, VBoo-hoo! boo-hoo!"  With tears her eyes a-dimmin'.  Tou never can go anywhere.  But she comes toddlln' after;   ,  And she can't even take a dare,  Or swing on the barn rafter.  ft  *_jMa5s.,  ���������ri  i  A DARING RESCUE  '���������"^S'  /'���������  i  ' that new word, and was proud bt Ui  ',< too), "I heard that they're *oln* to  ' take away the old dam tomOfrOwv This  will make the water go up .over the  ; mouth of our cavev So's we'll have to  '��������� move. That's why ������aptaln Dick Dead-  eye (Indicating Skinny) has called our  ' meeting. Wiwv,-Just then he stopped*.  ' shortly, turned, and made a dive fo  ' the entrance of the cave.  Presently    Bill    returned    clutching  .-r      *rW_ta_Mia���������LlaanJS������������������Itl'  him 6n the back and muttered words  6f encouragement and admiration.  In order,';to; "make up" to Tommy, he  was then and there made a member of  the "Bloody Robbers," which, he was  given to understand, was the highest  honor he could ever hope to attain ln  this world.  As Skinny bitterly remarked, however: "It wasn't much use beln' a rubber if you didn't Have a cave."  He Killed the Snake  i         . ������������������     ')  Vary Generous.  'TvUr. h'-xv rovt<9 ye*, be tn vreeA*t*  Why did you not share that nice, large  peach with your little slstert" asked his  mother. . .._._"  "Why, mamma, I gave her the stone,  ���������nd If she plants It she will have a  whole tree."  ;   THE ENCHANTED  KETTLE  THERE once lived in Japan a wise  old man named Shohun-Shokan.  All   day   long   Shohurf-SBhokan  i burled himself ln ponderous volumes,  '��������� so you can see that by virtue of so  '��������� much reading he became, very learned,  indeed.   One look at his bulging forehead and deep-set eyes and you became  awed to think of the vast amount of  1 knowledge suoh a head must contain.  Shohun-Shokan sat gating meditatively at the walls of his little room, covered with the letterings of wise sayings  Innumerable.  Before, him boiled his little kettle.  In surprise, he rested his eyes on the  kottlo. Its musical murmur had changed  to a growl, and, there before him, two  pairs ot legs appeared at tho bottom, a  tall at tho handle and a peculiar snout  at the mouth.  This strange creature capered about  so merrily that the Ud rattled and ths  water overflowed from tho kettle part  ot It.  The fame of Shohun-Bhokan's possession sproad throughout the land, and  ho was Induced to travel through the  oountry exhibiting tho enchanted kettle, It appeared to toe vory fond of Its  master and obeyed all his Instructions.  Many a crowd was highly amused at  tho sight of a kettle walking upon a  tight-rope or doing other antics, Shohun-Shokan grew wealthy rapidly.  Finally, believing that he should not'  abuse the favor of tho gods by acoumu-l  latlng too great riches, he announced  hts Intention of spending tho rest of his  ' lire In quiet study. ���������  Mill* thla ������ud In vh-w, Shohun-flhriknn  purposed to bestow his enchanted kettle upon the nearest shrine. Hardly had  the creature been placed on the altar,  when, lol It resumed Hs former shnpe-  n mere kottlo tt mnv be aeon thero to  this day.  ! This Is why all aged Japanese always  ��������� examine a kettle carefully whenever  they see one, tn the hop* that perhaps  ���������        Clothst Includid.  "Mother, who mads rasr asked little  l-year-old Nell.  "Ood mode you, dear.'*  "Why. 1 did not know He eould stw,"  repltsd the child, evidently thinking her  clothes aa well as herself wsra beat/en-  menu  fcltVf     mmm    vaiWf    eat    Mlfl    IIW^w    **)bmw   y*ia ********  Sho gods may favor them as thoy did  Ihohuw-Bhokan.   Chlna'a Way,  In China people paythsir doctors only  when they are well, whsn an Emperor  falls nick, t^r *>**m������pl*, thA salarl** of  the court physicians ar* cut off until  be is well sjpaln.^eadls������i to say, thsy  work vary Sard to bring hia. back to  hsaUb.   .  .   ������... .** -. ������������������    ���������������������������   ���������  ���������Why do folks wonder that" you're kind  Of cress and lots put out, when -.  Tou have her Saturday to mind,  And season's fine for trouttn'?  How she's & single bit of use  To find I've-not been able;  But still I guess I'd hate to lose  My little slBter.-Mabel.  The Little Beggars  THEY were real ..big, too. One was  eight and the other six, and tbax  certainly should have known better.  It all came about through mother  sending them to see grandma. You  have to go quite a way to the old  farmhouBe, and mud-puddles are so  nice to playMri* that you don't wonder,  do you, that they Btopped awhile before a fine, big one?  Now, somehow, mothers don't like  mud-puddles, especially when' you  have your best clothes on, so, when  the two saw before thom a little beggar boy and girl ot just their sizes,  wasn't lt natural they should ask  them to change clothes for a fow min--  utes?  At least they thought so.  The one who was eight and the  one who was six were,,,having a delightful time whon, happening to look  up, they spied tho two beggars running down the hill as fast as they  could go. A  Course, they couldn't go to grandma's  now. Forlornly they trudged homo to  pour their talo of woe Into mother's  oar." - yi  But perhaps you can understand  why mother wasn't exactly pleased  whon the two little "beggars" burst  tnto the room whoro she was enter*  talnlng her guests.  Yes, thoy s'poied they had boon  naughty; but, after all, wasn't It hard  to be sent to bod after trying with all  thoir might to do right?  Johnny's Excuse  JOHNNY'S excuses aro really the  funniest over, Having boon down  lato for brenktast several tlmos  lately, his mothor told him that tho  very next tlmo*"lt occurred ho would  have nothing to ear.  "Johnny," said his mothor, "you re*  member what I told you,"  "Yes,' mother, but really and truly I  could not be down In time this morning."  i   "Why not?"  ���������   "You see, I was half asleep and half  awake, and somehow I dreamed I was  lit v4.������i������.'.., i.u& I  Uraw'ycu v-r-wtA net  Wbe me to p,et *;** rturlntr th������ snrmnn."  Johnny had his breakfast that morning.      '   Cut Rates  They vara talking about A musical  entertainment tor cnaiity. We coula  never make tt pay," said Fannie. "I  heard father say only the other afternoon that thss������ singers get aa muoh  as tato for an evening!"   ,  "Nonsenser said Polly. "I know an  organ-grinder that'll play an hour tor  tS cents, and throw In a monksy."  CUver Catch  r Anny-DM t near tall yoti ths story  of tho two wellsT  Tommy-No; l������t'������ht.ar it,  ,   Johnny-Well, weM.  .  "SEVEN-LEAGUE"  ^^^^BOOTS^  AVfiN'f you often* wished you  had a pair of "seven-league"  -boots?   Wllh them you could  walk miles and miles and see such a  lot of things.   Wouldn't it be fun?  Over in Germany they have a  queer kind of boots with which you  can walk twice as fast as you do  without them, and it's tine exercise,-  too.  As you will see by the picture, the  shoe is like a big metal spring, with  a support, and having a rest for  jymu^foo^  .  "When   putting "thenT-6m   th~e~flrst"  less scared, for he knew mother or want  or some one would soon find out that a>.  frying pan or'a tin bucket or other articles, as well as half the supply. oC  food in the house, had gone with htm.  Billy was y, quickly hitched to tha-  wagon; everything that a goat could.  possibly haul was loaded oa tt, and.  away they started. AU felt much better when out of reach"1 of pursuit.  They, were going to camp in Rocky  Lot. of course.  There was a fine placa-  by a great pile of rocks that made tha  nicest sort of a fireplace.    Nearby   m.  clump of trees gave a pleasant shade.  ���������andi"When-the-sheets_haa_been,pitchfidL  in the form of a tent, it,was reall_'  comfortable Inside.  No matter at what,time the w1robller8,,'  reached camp, It was always neciessary  to prepare a meal at once.  Skinny was chief cook as well as can-  tain.' It wasn't long before he had a.  good fire going ln the fireplace fashioned among the rocks, the assistant  cooks* bringing the wood and Skinny,  applying the match.  Then he directed two bf the fellow*,  to get water from the spring, which,  was about 'a mile away; and another  was sent to dig out the potatoes front  beneath a pile of quoits and horseshoes  In the wagon.; ���������  Meanwhile  some   "smart  chan who  HOW THE BOOTS ARE USED  shoe is strapped to your foot and  ankle, and i leather braco running  up the leg fastened so that the foot  Is held firm, then you stand on tho  boot, and while In this position  buckle on the other. Needless to  say, it takes a Uttlo practice to keep  your balance  You walk as you do ordinarily.  As you place your foot on tho ground  the metal soring Is pressed,down.  ���������Stepping forward releases the pressure, the spring llvs up and you are  pushed forward quite a distance.  It Is roally great fun. Porhaps  you may have a pair of "sevrn-  league" boots somo time. _*  Getting Even  AMERXtY littlo party hnd paid the  customary five cents each to flsh In  tho stream which ran through  Farmor Jones' orchard. It was a very  warm day, and soon one of tho anglers  announced his Intention of taking a  swim. Farmer Jonas, who just then  appeared on the sceno, strongly objected.  With a wink to his companions, tho  wit drew tho attention of tho farmer to  tho sign-hoard, which read: "Admlwlon  to tho river, five cents."  "So, having paid for It, hero goes,"  sold ho, tuklng a header.  Farmer Jonoa then pounced on the  bather's clothes,  "I rockon yo pnld for your elotlios  and all," he chuckled, "an' they're going  ill,  iuu'."  ���������Br, tVif-y iMrt��������� every stltPh���������amidst  roars of laughter.   .What Foreign Mothers So to Keep  Baby Safe,  In Ireland a belt made of hair In  lllav.i.U   uuvUv   !..'.".".,  Garlic, salt, bread and steak aro nut  (n his cradle tn Holland, while Welsh  mothers use a pair of tongs or a knifo  In ths samo way.  Baby's face Is swept with a nine tree  in 8paln to bring him good luck.  He Wouldn't ���������  Musical l*dy���������Would n't you like U������  be able to sing and play, my boy?    ._  Tti* flrty���������No, iub'hiti: at !������*A*tt. not If  they'd say such horrid things about  aa tbey do of you.  wasn't mlndln' his own business" rolledr.  one of the stones away from tho are*'  placo. It was still hot when Skinny,  ' picked it up JuBt to see how far ho  could throw It It didn't go far, but it  certainly loft his hands quickly onough.  The follows 'way over at tho spring,  heard him yoll, and camo running so  fast to seo what was tbo matter that  thoy split all tho water and had to go  baok for more.  But at last tho potatoes wero pro*  nounced dons, and tho "gang" waa In-  vltod to commence on them nnd "some-  thin'  that didn't need oookln'" until:  tho stovo turned out somo othor tooth.-  somo articles, )  Tho potatoes wore cooked long onough  ���������In fact, thoy woro burned almost to a  crisp. But under the watchful eya of  Skinny each "robber" ate ono potato beforo try Inn the eatables that didn't nood  cooking. Nobody wanted a second one.  Hill Kane noticed, too, that Bklnny ato  only half a potato.   ���������  Every ona had eaten breakfast but m  ahnrt  tlnm hsfnrn,    in  spit*  of that. ���������  however, It took Quito a gnat doal to  satisfy each hungry "bandit.'  After tho repast somo ot the follow*  pltchod quoits and hor������*Mh*m>ft, and  others wandered through thn woods, av  short distance away.  AU   WVtU **4  WV  vi.   I,.  ������(..-.-  ;;in  pick sides for a game of bull. Uut lh*y  were called together boUrni that t-j repair tho damage made to thoir umt and  other camp equipment Ity u mail bull  which had come through thn ftttco ������t  tho next field, putting all to flight.  Uy the tlroo thc bull wna cKub-J away  and things put In some sort or ordor  mil wain hungry again. An.I, nn nothing  remained to tat, it was decided to go  back to town. .  <������#>)>  a   ���������    *m 7  THE NEWS, CUMBKllLAMD, BRITISH COLCMMA.  juCSBf*]  Xtes^s..  S- Calh'onn has purchased 114  acres from Adam McKelvie. He  now possesses one of the. finest  ranches iii Comox.  * OT.  *������&.'  Mr Mitchell a recent arrival  from California has purchased  160 acres and stock iu the vahev  Judging by communication re  cei.'ed at this office gambling'is  quite the go., . Ii" the writer is in  a position to piove charges wp  will publish letter;    ���������  Shades   for electric -lights at  tlie Magnet Cash Store.  Messrs _\ It, Miller and Mayor  Wiliard iu ve been elected direct  ors, for the Royal Agricultural  and Industrial Society at New  Westminster.' The district is to  be congratulated on having' two  such,energetic me'n������oh.'the Board  and the News will lend them assistance in inducing the farmers  of Coinox to send a good representative exhibit to the fair at  New Westminster next,year, aud  it all rests with the energies of  these two directors.  Farmers'  Inststute.  The meetings of the- Comox  Farmers' Institutes held at Court  enay on the 9th and 10th were  fairly well attended.  Mr Thos A Bryden spoke 011  Fruit at two meetings and then  left much he wished to say unsaid. He tried to impress on all  ���������tJlg__great opening this country  offered to the horticulturist owing to, so great an area being ad  apted to the industry and the  great demand lor B C fruit in  the prairie provinces. The high  standing our fruit has taken' iu  England, indeed wherever shown  is proof positive of the possibilities in that direction. Preparing  the soil, planting the tree, caring  for it, kind and age to buy all had  his attention.  W. F. Kiddhad for his subject The Dairy Cow, her summer  feed and winfer care; also The1  Horse, Am I Breediug the most  profitable, These talks were very  interesting,     A    succession  of  green feeds should he raised to  supplement the pasture during  the dry summer months.   Every  dairy mau should aim at keeping  cows that earn S100 yearly and  not stop till that mark is attain  ed for the wliole band-  He sppke remarkably well and  iu favor of raising heavy horses  rather than light ones, giving a  great many reasons for the choice  Miss Rose was here a year ago  and ha* not lost any of her enthusiasm, energy and ability iu  placiug her subjects before au  audience.   Sho spoke on environ  ment, the effects  on character  and the head the hand aud the  heart, the tripod of success, gave  the lady lecturer full scope for  eloquence, at the same lime muuy  valuable hint* were made  and  sent home it is to be hoped to do  She also spoke on the Making  of Bread and Buns, introduced  by remarking that tliey were a  good food thnt were on every  table at nearly every meal consequently ahouid be of the best  quality. To hear Miss Ro:>e is  no ordinary lieu, i-im-mid ;;ic  COlue a&ain don't ������������������������>>��������� he. tall;.-,,  Cor.  Form of Kotice  Yictoria Land District;  .. .District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that Kolliind Window  : Darin^vof C-HiUH6,Valiey, State of Or������noii.  UiiiW Suites of Ami-ricn-.-Timbtr Ouis-'  or, ih.-enda to tepp y for a Sp** rial timber  licence over lhe following daseiibed lauds  aihinted in Rupert Distriot, Vancouver  Island, viz:     :  , No.l, . Comnif-uring at������ post planted  40 chains ivewt of Llie South \V,eet corner of ot.31)5 Siiyv.:iird DiKti ict und about  30 chnins north of nn m U-towu Creek  mnrkod R Hand Winslow- l>eriiiu'rt  North East Corner thence South  80 chaiiiR thenoe West. 80 chains  theuce Noi th.SO ch<iiii������ thenco. East ISO  chrtinR.to- pluo'fr-'of commencoiriert and  containing (540 acres moro o< lein.  ���������   Located 19th September, 15107.     ,  Iso. ii. Commeneiufi' nt 0 post planted  ������������������-.bout. 40 chninp West of the South West  corner of lot No. 305 Sayward District'  and about 90 cliains North from au nn-  knowu {���������'���������'������������������'������������������it ani snurked Rolutiid  Vunsloft' 1 >';-finj;V Soutli East Cornet'  theuce North.. SO ch.iiiiB thence  V/esfc 80 cl'n.ius- tlieno* South 8C uludnH  theuce E.'ist b.0 ohid'is to pl.ee of rom-  menceuieuL and -containing. 6*40 acres  more; or 1 m.  Locate. -Ui-lh September, 1907.  No. 3. ..Qoinmeneiiu,' at a popt plantod  iib-mt ItiO chains West of the South west'  corner oi' lot No. 305 Sayward' Dist riet-  and about 40 ciiaiii... North of an unknown  (Ui'oek ;.ud marked Roi innd Win-  clow' l'erii-.g's Hot tli Easf..' Corner thence South b0 chains West 80  North 80 chains East 80 chains'to the  placo of c. ���������mmencemeut containing 640  aares more orless-  'Located 19th September,. l"i-07.  No. 4. Commencing at 11-post planted about 120 chnins west of the South  West corner of lot 305 Sayward District  aud about 40 chains��������� North of au uu-.  known Creek and miitkoi Holland  Winslow Dering's South East coruer theuce 80;"chains North theuce  80 chains West thencn " SU ohauis  South thence'80 chains-East to place of  ��������� commencement-��������� containing 640; acres  -more-G rJ-ess.-���������     .'���������,-',---..    :; ���������   Located :9th' September, 1907.  No, "5. Comnwiicing at a post planted  about 120 chains west and about 80 chains  south of tho S West corner of lot 305 Sayward District and about 100 chain-* West  of 2*4 post on surveyedluuil and" Wi^t line  of Section 30 post be ug 'marked Kolland Win.-uow Dering's. North AVi-st  .isomer thence South.'..80.-chains-East 80  ohaius North 80 c.iuu i West SO chains to  place of cpinme'iicometit and containing  040 acres more or I.s-..  Lotiutsil 19:h 'September, 1907.  No. 0.   UmimeiYbtng at a _ym about  120 chains Weat'iind* about 80 chains  South of tin* South Weet corner- of lot  305 Sayward District and iibc ut. 100 chains  West of )4 P03t ������o Section '50 ot suivoy-  ed land i ud we.at line of Section 30  po������t,  being marked Rollnud   Window   Dering's Nortli West corner thonco South  80 oliaiu.'i thonce west 80 ehaias thonco  North 80 chaius tlience East 80 chains lo  pliico of oommonor-mont containing 040  aeres move or less.  Located 19tu September,  1907,  No, 7.   Oommeuoiufj at aipoat planted  abjut 200 chains West and 200 chains  South of South West comer of lot 305  Sayward District and marV.od Holland Winslow DoringV South W*st  oornor fhouco No*,th -10 chains  thonoo East 1(10 chaiiiB thenoo South 40  thenco West 100'OlminH to place of coiu-  meuceinoiit. uuiituimng 010-iioron moiu or  loss.  Located 2f)th September, 1107.,  No, 8. Commencing at a pogt planted  about _00 chains West and about 200  chains South of the South of the South  West eorner of lot 305. Say ward .District.,  and marked .Rolland Winslow --'-Der--  ing's:'.."- NoYtlT "������ .'.W-L������t -"corner  thenco 40 chairs south thence 160 chaius  east thenco 40 chains north thence 160.  chains west to place of eomntenctnont  contuiiiiu^ 040 ^croM more or less.  Loc-.ted 20th September, 1907.  No, 9. Commencing at a post planted  about 2oo chains west and about 1G0  cliains soutli ofthe south west corner Of  lot 305..Sayward' District and marked  Holland AVinsiow Daring's South  Kast cor lier thence* west. 4U  chains thence north 160 chains thenco  east 40 chains thence south 16o chains to  place of commencement and containing  040 aoaea more or less. ���������  Located 19th September, 1907.  No. 10.. Commencing at a post planted about two huudred'chains west and  about 240 chains uouih ofthe 'south-west  corner of lot 300 Sayward District and  marked Holland Winslow Dering's Noith  West  corner  thence i'sou.h. 40  chains  thence oast 160 chains tlience north 40  chaius thonce west 160 chaius to place of-  commencement and containing 640 acres  moro (,r less.  .... ��������� . ��������� -  Located _6th September, 1907.  No. 11. Commonoiugat a post planted about 200.chuius west,ami about Mi  ohaius south of tho south wost.cci'* 1.01'' of  lot3051 Sayward District and marked  Kolland VVinsluW Dering's. Nortli  East coiner thence wt-st -iu  chains thonce south IGo thonce eust -lo  cliains theuce north loo chains to place ...1  coimuenoein'ent'iind containiug 64o acren  more orlops.  Located Seotembor 19th, 1907. '  No. iii. - GoiJiineuciir-jj at a post plauted about 2oo chaius west and about-80  chains north of tho south we:il corner 01  lot, 305 ouvward District and marked Kol-  laud Winblow DeringV hjouth West  corner ihonco north 80 chain,-,  e.int 80 chains south 80 chains Vest  bo cnains lo putco' oi commencement containing g-io acres more or ie-ss.  L' ciittd So^lember 19.h, 1907.  No. 13, Commencing at a post plauted  a bo in 2.00 rhaiiu west and about 80 chainb  north of the south west corner of lot 000  Sayward District aud .marked   Kolland  VVlUdioW _ _I_;__t_'_d_..__ t^outh  _Ej*-_^  coruer     tlience      uorth     80     ciiainb  wc-180 chains south  80 chaias east ho  chains to place of eomuieucomout contain  iug 040 acros more or less, -  hoc. tou ."iepu mbcr 10m. 19li7.  Dnied iu Viotoria. B-. CSeptembcr 26th  lilit'l.  Koi.LA.NX)  Wl.VSI.oW DlClil.Mi,  Camas Val'ey,  Oregon, Li. S, A.  '      Timber. Cruioer.  ���������Sfm-i  j This range's ch l "i ir "  larger t h a n seem 5  ifllgCl       till Cli*   DCC1J.1 ,������      __ \  necessary, bt.t 3 Ou' '1 . ^C'J.l ~~- ���������    z^l  like the extra j vm.    ^t-T ^*"W  smee:at''.taJtes   \ /"iK^J   U^^ll���������  lless-fucl -anfi $$������������������ * "^'>f %  I less fuss to do /.^ \^_=^ '-^Z *r-  I better bajting:.   /Vf  -T " JTr^l^^'H  e���������  VA  Oven  ��������� UhH   ^;  with-  be's  heat wnere 1-   \'.,.  I belongs; top,  y^  ' bottom and ba Jc \. ^1  at where 1-   \������;4      ���������*-*}���������%*-*.-tr-*--      V*^ w:''  \ -.-  This  door can't  slam  |||Mdown noi; get wopbly' wi ]'.m8,03,.~:.pa,+qnt' .clieclc-springj  Hl^l stops that., Oven bottom is doublo���������perforated-steol loose \  bottom :0\rep the real oven bottom ���������: -lovelsurf ace, always;  Iton  A'lnrUpeg Cai^iiry Vancouver  For--Sale;-by;. Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  0 *Tt"t3  4>  &:,:,        Capital, 83,900,000  ���������  UebkrvJs, *4.390,OO0  OF'CANAHA.'-  .. Assets,:, $45,400,000  Deposits, $82,400,0p0  *  it.,v.tjtairrmmm  Tho Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada  will be pleased to serve those  wlio   believe   in  Saving    iYloney  and placing it where it will earn Interest.  "  Interest Acldeil Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  rT.1\-**a**������->- mtfrmmt-tft^mmt i>*A*nmm**fl*mmMTjt Mtn  *>  4>  t  A. B. NETHERBY,    Manager.  ,tm m ���������** nm mm m im* nt a*   l ir  T"  ��������� mtn ma mm***^*..__mmmmm w> t~i ������-n  mmttx>i,mm*iKt%  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADESTOVES  And' Ull KITCHKN  UTENSILS  Forni of Notice.  Vancouver Land Distrtct.  Districts of Sayward and llupert.  .TAKE NOTIOB that I, Eolaud Winslow Der,in_, 11' Cunuw yalloy, State otOr-  eyon, United Stntetu t America, intend to  apply lor'11 -special timber licence over tho  following described lauds situated in Say  ward and Rupert Diatriui**, Vancouver  Island, vi������;~-  No. 1, Commencing at a post plnnted  nt the south onnt oorner of lot !Jo5 ������say-  ward District and marked Holland  Winslow lieriug's Worth Eanfc  corner thonce south Klo ehniiiH  west'loohimiH north IGo ohaius eafit Ag  chaina to place of beginuing oontaiulng  Olo acros more orloH3,  Loiy.u.d ^cplomuor2Utli, 15)07.  Dated at Victoria,. 11.0. fc5opturabor,!ft.th  llJUi.  Kolland Wivhlow Dkrino  Camas Vailey,  Oregon,-Y.8.A.  Wept, 17th.  Notice.  JZL.AJ  Mer.cha.nt  'T^ILOB  LADIES' /rA-ILOli-MADEOOtiTUMiiS A -SPEt.iAlA'Y  SUITS  mP.DE TO   ORDER AND  I,N ANV STVbE YOU UllStf.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. ���������  Prices T-zom.- $20 to  mam emr*manm.mL'iix*imwa^*niV.^ csl jasgR js=.,rs^r^--j=ssss=ar--.���������-��������� ���������i  CU M B E lit AN D,  B. C;  $������&$@8r$^^ $)(_^XS������<^������������������S)^@������������������(sa^  (���������)  (*)  Why? buy a watch that is meant to. sell.  When all Waltham Watches are" time-keepers..  No matter what the price  Waltham Watches as low as 36.00.  P. S.'Bartlett 17 jewel Nickel SiOiOO.  ������)       Vanguard Model $20,00  (A) ���������  1 ,   . STODDART, tna Jewoler.  ���������I  The Bplimilid Poroboroa fltiillion  "JUST   41734"  (Color, Hay.   Weight', 187B.).  Recently purchased, by the Comox Horse Breeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros.,jpolutubus, O., will stand for' service at  the stable of  B. Crawpokd, Courtenay..  Term**,   $2*5 In������ur*iii<?������  Jltirofl niont from a ditdimoo willbofod  and i-a rod for at iviiHomiblo ratou till safo  Sportsmens Goods  mid  Genera! Hardware  ttajam* ||  Take notiee that Frank J. Row-  lain! Imu pensod to have any auth  ovity to.not an our agent in mnttorn  of life or lire iiiHuninoo, or any  other mutter;* whatsoever.  '<. W'w.l & Cc.'T-tc.  t  T3TTfT^r^x,"T"rn-r*>   cr* -r-r /-������.  A woman may cook .1 good roast, but thnt is htr busmchs,  A man m iy enjoy n jjoorl ronst, hut iiVtt's his business,  Wo sell k'lod ro.ists of beef, lamb, nnd mutton, that's our business.  I Comox Co-operative Society,  X P   AIT<FN Mimfn-  ��������� !    I  ���������it*  ���������������  Dominion  Hotel  Victoria, B. C.  Tho Kfttcs nro Lower thnn othor  first-claw hotel.-?, with Accomodation Superior to many.  jiooiiiH witn or witiiuul tnuii.  Aimuican Plan   JJ1.50   to 82.50.  por day.  European  Plan.   "Hoom-s only,  .HO 1** !:'!. r:<).   ������,  Fi't-c  1';,^  ^^-^^3?-<H>'H4,^'f<H^^^  Campbell's  |tUHNOVBRB, TARtS,  f CHEESE CAKES, ,  4, iriAVil atAMAUtiti.^  |*2������ct������ per do-.  I CREAM PUFFS,... .30c, doz.  ������������������  if  y  t*>  '���������*>  MEAT PIES  <$,    Every Sciturelay  49  '*t  3 for 26c  ,l.,n  STEPHEN JOfiHS.  I BAKERY I  ���������v.'-'$f<ib**' THE CUMBERLAND NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C.   OCTOBER, 22,1907,  Land   Aot.  Victoria Land District.  District of Rupert  Take notice tbat Horace Bunnell, of  Vancouver, B. C occupation ��������� Timber  Cruiser, intends to apply for a special  timber licence over the following describ  ed lands situated in the vicinity of Salmon River and in Rnpert District, Vancouver Island.  Commencing at a post planted about  80 ch.iins east of the south east corner o*  surveyed lot 232 thence west 80 chains  ihence norih 80 chains thrr.re east 8n  chrtins ihence south 80 chains to the  point of commencement.  r���������'Jommencing at a post p'amed a-  bout 80 chains east of the south east cor  ner of surveyed lot 422  ihence norih 80  chains thenre east 80 chains thence south  80 chains thence -A-est  8o ch.iins to the  point of commencement. "  3���������Commencing at a post plnnted. a-  bout 80 chains cist of the sourh east corner of surveyed lot 222 ihence east'80  chains thence south 80 chains thence  west 80 chains thence north 80 chains 10  the point of commencement.  4���������Commencing at a po������t pl.-.ntcd a-  bout 80 chains east of ihe south east corner of surveyed lot 222 thence sou h 80  chains thence wesi 80 -chains thence  north 80 chains the c. east 80 chains to  tne point, of commencement.  5���������Commencing at a post planted at  the   south  east cornernt surveyed lo  222 thence'south "80 chnins thence ������e?t  in chains thence north 80 chains thence  'east 80 chains to the point ol commencement.  6���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bout 80 chrttns south of the south  eau corner of surveyed lot number  323 thence south 80 chains thence west  80 chains thence north 80 chains thence  etst 80 chains to the point oi commencement.  7- Commemin^ at a po*t planted a  bout Undi.iins south of tit* souih ct.������t  earner of-*urve\ ed lot number 23 2 theme  east 16.1 chains theuce south 40 cli.'ins  thence nest 16������ ehnirn ih*tn.vt north 40  chain'* to the point ol t-ontmcnremcni.  Dated September 2,*}rd, 19 7,  8������������������Commencing at.������ post planted a*  bout 80 chains north of Ihe south cam  vomer of surveyed lot Lumber 222 thenee  est lonchuiH thence north 4 ������ elm m  thence west 160 ch ims theme smell 4>  ch.iins to the point of conum ncviiiem,  9���������CommencinK iti 11 post planted i3o  Land Act.  Victoria Land   District  District of  Rupert,  Take notice that Alva Maloney, of  Ceutralia, Washington, U. S. A., oooupation Timber Cruiser; intends to apply  for a Bpecial timber licence over the following described lands situated in the  v cinlty of Salmon River and iu Rupert  District, Vancouver Island.  1���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bont 80 chains west of the south east  corner of surveyed lot number 222 Bap-  ert District thence south 160 ehains  thence west 40 chains tbenee north 160  chains thence east 40 chains to the point  of commencement. a  2 Commencing at a pnBt planted a-  i.out 120 ohaius weBt of the south east  corner of surveyed lot number 222 thence  south 160 chairs thence west 40 chains  thene<j north 160 chains thence east 40  chains to point of commencement.  8���������Commenting at a p.->st plnnted 160  chains west of the south east corner of  surveyed lot 322 thence rotuh 160 chains  theuce west 40 chains thence north 160  .chaiue   thi ngo__eaat 40 chain* _to the  Dated   this 28th.   day of   August,  1907.  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY. LIMITED.  E. Hodgson,  Agent.  K-*2*.-���������r**mM&w  NOTICE^ is hereby givon that, 80  days after date wo intend to apply to  the-' Honourablo the Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and  under the Avater and on the  lands in Comox Harbour, described ae follows: Commencing at a  post planted .at-; the'.south-east corner of ClaimNo. 2, ori Goose Spit;  thence south 80 chains; thence west  65 chains to the shore line; thence  about 25 chains north-westerly, following the sinuosities of the , shore  line; thence north 65 chains; thence  east 80 chains to place of commencement, containing about 630 acres,  known as Claim No. 3.  Dated this 28th day of August,  190  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E. Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that,  30  days after date w������ intend to apply to mox Harbour  aa follows :,,. Commencing at a  post planted at the south-west corner of Claim No. 6;'..thenco north  about 40 cliains; thence west about.  25 chains to the shore; thence southerly, following the sinuosities of thn  shore line to the place of commencement, containing about 90 acres,  known as Claim No. 8.  Dated   this 28th   day of   August.  1907.  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date we intend to apply to  sioner of .Lands and Works for a lithe Honourable this Chief Coniinis-  cence to prospect for conl and petroleum under t.-'-e' foreshore and under  the water and on the lands  in Comox District, described  as follows: Commencing at a  post planted at -the south-west, corner of Claim No. 6; thence east *80  chains; thence south about 65 chains  to shore line in Nelson District ;  thence westerly following the sinuosities of the shore to place of commencement; containing about 260  acres,  known as  Claim No. 9,    Clo  the Honourable-- t|,<- J'liicf Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore und under  the water and upon tbe lands  in Comox Harbour, and described^ as follows : Commencing at a  pT������st~plant^*Ti(t'"th"e~south-west���������corner of Claim No. 1; thence east 80  chains*;' thence south 80 ohains;  thence west 80 chains: thence north  80 chains to place of commencement;  containing 640 acros, known as  Claim No. 4.  Dated   this 28th   day of    August,  1907.  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECTING COMP'AIW   T-TMiTim  E. Hodgson, Agent.  about  Bionerof Lands and Works for a H-j known as Claim No.'10.';"  cenco to prospoct for coal and pctro-!    f)nf,od   this 28th   dny of  loum under the I'oreshoro and under 19.Q7.  point of commencement.  4-Commencing nt a post planted a-  b >ut _0i) u_ains west of the south east  co:ner of surveyed lot 222 tbenoe* south  80 ohains thenoe west 8a cbains thence  n rth H������) chains, thence easi. 80 ohains to  the f>.ai'iotcommencement  Daed Hfptomner 23rd, 1907.  fi-Commencing at impost planted n-  bont 1*20 ohaius south of the south east  rtorner of surveyed lot 222 thence east 160  ohttinn thence south 40 chains thence  west 160 ehains thence north 40 ohaini to  th������ p-int of commencement.  6 Commenoing at a post planted a-  bout 160 chains south of the south east  coruer of surveyed lot number 222 thence  east 160 ohaius thenoe south 40 obains  thenoe went 160 ohains thence north 40  chains to the point of oommenoement.  7-Commenoing nt a post plnnted a-  b iiit 160 chains south of the south east  oorner of surveyed lot number 223 thenoe  thence west 80 chains thenoo south 80  ohaius theuoe east 80 chain* the. 00 north  HO chains to tlw point of commencement.  8 0 minanuinir nt n pmt pistol ������-  bont 200 chains south of the s'tu*h eust  eorner of surveyed lot uumWr 222 tltwioe, ������������������,_.������������������ . . , . tU . on  mm W* tt-. mmm ������ -mmm-Sim** ,^Z.t&ZZ<y u,  Htwiwwett 100 ohrdns thence north 40[the IIommraMn tho Chief Comm'a-  oii linn t> thepoiht of commencement.  Dated September 24th, IW7.  Alva Maluuey.  Dated   this   29th day   of   August,,  1907.  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY. LIMITED.  ���������E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that. 30  ���������days-after-date-we.-ifltendHo-apply-to-  tho Honourablo the Chief Commissioner of Lands antl Works for a li-  cenco to prospect for conl and petroleum under tbe foreshore and under  the water and on tbe lands  in Comox District. described  ns follows : Commencing at a  post planted nt the south-west corner of Claim No. 3. Comox Harbour, No toon District; thenre east HO  chains;   thenco     south   80    chaina:.  thence west 80 chains; thenco north-.,.  NOTICE is hereby givon thnt,  SO'^l.v following the sinuosities of .''.the  days after date wo intend to apply to"8-"'0"5    line   to   place of .commence-  tho   Honourable   tho Chief Commis- j ment: containing    about (500   acres,  August.  tho wator and on tho land known as  White DlulY Reserve, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing  at a post plantod at tho north-east'  corner of Claim No. 1; thence east  80 chains; thonce south 80 chains ;  thence west 80 chains; thenco north  80 chains to the place of commence:  ment; containing 640 acros, and  known as Claim No. fi.  Dated   this 28th   day of   August,  1907. .  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED/  K, Hodgson',' Agent.  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECTING! COMPANY. LIMITED.  ��������� E. Hodgson, Agent.  COAL PROSPECTING  LICENCES  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date I intond to apply-to  the Honourablo tho Chief Commissioner of Lunds and Works for a ji-  conce to prospect for coal and potro-  loum under the foreshoro and under  tho wnter and on tho lands In Comox Harbour,' Comox District,,, described as follows: Commencing ntn  post planted at the north-west corner of Clnim No. 7; thcnc.1 south  about 00 chains; tbeuce'west nbout  lifi chnins: thence westerly following  tho NinunnitiftH of the shore lino to  the*.niouth of tbe Courtenay Riv*r ;  thonco eusterly following the ainuo-  nltlon of tho tthorc Una to place   of  tho    water    nnd     on     tho    lands  in      Comox        DlatHet,       described  as    follows :      Commencing    at    0  post planted ot tbe north-west, cor  ner of Claim  No, ������; thence south ������i  chains; thence west 80 chalet* to the  shore lino; thenee north 80   ehains  wrv-imr  1. *.���������.. 1., -1   _ .1   ,   ���������,,  thenco east   Ml  chains to the  ah ore  *!?.?,    I,!? ZSlY? lh"V  f  1,n*: ���������''"wo '������"'������wlng <������������������ HlliUOHltlw  iftiM nfter date wo Intend to apply to of tlw   ���������]um i0 p,���������c0 ,lf POmm(W.���������  "   ment, containing   about 600   acroe,  a "'known ns Claim No. rt.  Dated   thin 28th   day of   August,  (doner of Land* antl Works for a II-  conco to prospect for coal ami petro-  toum under the foroshoro nnd undor commencement, containing abot't 27ft  ncres.  Dated   this  ttKI7.  , . it.*.        1       . i t!'u   Honourablu   tho Chief Commla  clbUninordi ofthe south ea-t cornenf M|0ner of I^rulw and WorU for a ti-  cfg'.irv6)'c<l lot number 2J2 cltem.v nonii .oenco to |in)K|it������t for coal nnil potro-  i6e ch.iins (hemut e.iit 4 ��������� cha'iw ihence u?"m u������,rer' thn foreshore and under'|onV  south 160 chains thencrwnt 4<. '1^^%^/^[^ VABfrcM/VRll    COAL    I'lttiSPKCT-  ,        ! . ���������V'"1*' ������'"������ ltoservo, Comox   Dis- iv<i COMPANY   L1MITI0D  to the point nl ci.inmenieii.em , trict,   descrilied   na follows:     Com- ��������������������� ^-"������^^.J^J|"Al'ant,  io���������Co-nmencingflt ������ po-t planiid 120 tiHHidng at a post planted about 20   ..   '. !!.-���������_.  chains north and thence 40 elnm* ca.it |?hft,nB   **   'f-m tho west end   of  nriiwuimh MMMnutnti iuimi>i������i hJ ��������� "w   H,,'t'    in   Coinox   Harbour :  ofthe south tn*n corner ol ������ui\eye'.l lot thetM,e north 80 c,,n|ri((. thMw  ^  number 333  Ihence  norih   16) chains,8������) chains; thenee south   80    chaln������;  thence east 4<������ chains thenee >ruth  160' thonce Most 80   chains to placo   of  commencement;     containing     about  610 ner-������, known n������ f'lnlm Vn   1  Hated   this   2atb day   of   August,  i0U������.  va.v<;oi;vkii   coal   prospect-  I.VG COMPANY, LIMITED.  K. Hodgion, Agent.  thence aeit 4������ ch.ihis to the \10hn ul  comineiceiiifnt.  Dated September 25 h, l*>o>7.  11 ���������>Commencing m m p *si planted t-  bout 13<i cliains norm and thence Ho  cnmiu tat A of ibe aoutb e:������*t conur of  surveyed mr nunbrr 333tn������t.-j:r iiuriii hm������     ^OTZCf. I-> l.*n,lj   *,'.,-:a C'.*i, HO  ������w~-w������. >***** mm. mm*. *��������������� -g;,X**,S'K8S_S  160 chains thence west 40 chains in the kiouer of Uru!������ and Works for a II*  point of wmmenremei... \ cenee to proapoi t for coal and potro- j Iinv n,   Alill,���������v  13 -Commencing at* pml planted a-   f,,n ,m*'fP _*������ foreahore and under ,907 '  l^.u, 130 <h ont  uwih nnd   is. rlmn* whit! lftnrt"llw,lJ.   r!*n d" k?,?*n.MtVANCOt,VKU    COAL    PHOSPECT-  Ot SillVCveil   dmeril-mt *m t,,Dmw>*.   n..������.-.._.-i_-_. I.>U U1JIUM,  UHIII-U.   _  NOTICE is hereby gh������m thnt, 30  days after date wo Intend 11 apply to  tho Honourable the Chh>f Comm's-  ftioncr of IjUiuIji nnd Wi r's for a licence to prospect for eon I nnd jwtro-  Jeum undor tho form-more and undor  t'ti v..".'.'r iir.i! '" *,,(> 1i**id*������  'in fomov Dist HH. deaerllied  as follown ; Commencing at a  post planted near the w>uth*ea������a corner of the Indian Ileum*, Comox  Iltigbour; thonce west 511 chains;  tlience north about Vi) chains: thence  easterly loiummg tnu Mi.uu������iu������������ oi  the shore line to place of comrmmco-  m* t contorting about 100 acres  known oa Claim No. 7.  Dnted   thia 28th   day of   Auguat,  28th    tiny of. Augual.  K. HODGSON'.  Vt. Ilodeaon, Agtmt.  NOTICK ia hereby ������iven that   10  day* aftor date we Intend to apply t*  tail ofthe >outh nut rnner ot suivcyed dtwcrllett an follows:   Commencing at  Irt', 333 tbei.ee noith 16������ iii4iii������ liiri������-������  *���������  post    planted   ut   thu Moutli^c.-.t  ^,40 chun, thence ������������-b too ch.m. 'iTS.^^*0^1^"?.  thence ^r 4* *������������. ut  .k. ������m mt ^telta. eaaterly MtnAtm ^Z'^Sm*^  commencement. *?���������_?!.*'.*? _f .l*U *horf M"*   l2  ih* alotter of l#ti������������a and W.^a for m IU  Uatea .September afttb, t*y*7. S^TTlJi?^SZ.    S'tit ii I ***** l* PTm^,i tnr co', *** **trn-  u 1*1*1* J.,*,**.*..      mZLTm*   _i!L l    ftS eh������li������ to)*wm ,mrf#,r lh<, ftirtuhnre nnt. under  HORACK llvssru.    ;!������������������������ of   eomv ^t'thit    water    and     on    the    lands  ������������������Hoitt    fton    aerai.  Claim Ko. 9.  and  known   as  Land   Act.  ������  Siiywaid   DiMirict.  Tske sn-iitf that thirty d.ijt from data A  If, 8uthi-iUi.dooou|i* ion lumberman ieteiuU  u sppl> to tbu Hon. Chief Comniiisiobsr������f  Lands tad Works ler 4 ������peclsl timber hemic*  ������v. r the fbllowtoii deseribed land������|- Hltua-  h! is Hsywsid District, Vaoeu������������������r l*l������nd.  Na, l���������Oomrfceuoiif* at '��������� peal plauted on  he SOib I'turalUi four mtlcs west of wteia  <*id lm* oroM'i iba Campbell River, b*iug  ihe N. K. euriMT tbfi.ee ruuaing H. 80 ebsit.s  W. 80 ohains, N 10 ohsifas, K. tWoh������un,  0 yleoe et eomnisuoenieot.  A   V. 80 h.rUnd,  J*ai sCruM, A|*o.-  Take not'na that thirty <i������,������ In in U������t<* A.  KUiith������rl*Bd Meespetnm lumlwrm.n in'end������  o apply to the H������ Cni������f CoitiittiieuH.tr uf  Uriels aad Wnrk* tor a speoial timber  lie*  uce uf-r the lollowing dstevilied lauda ait-  ualed iu Atyward Ui������t , Vanuouvar I laud.  Sn  ?-C<>oinn bring at s \mrnt iiUi.t-Ml..������  .tie 60th Haislkl Let tt.ihe W nf wbece ,uA  Hum at.**** Ilia C*Mit|������li������U 11������m, betutf   tu*  8. W eoruer, tbeuv* ivuni. g K  so oaat a  K. M tkaiae, 8.10 oaittM, W. u mm** ta  pta*K ef cowfaeejeetnaai  A   V. HmU*t\am).  lemmVtimm,  Af*e  Ik  In     Comox      Wwtrtet,  ikwerthedl  Take MHie tbat tktrtjr days tr*m mam A THE CUVl.JSRLA.ND NSWo. CUMBERLAND  **��������� 0. OCT. 22, 1907.  F Sutherland occiipa'ion lumberman intends  to apply to the Hon Chiet Commishi.ner if  Lunds and Work* fur a *peoial timber lio  ense ovtr the fallowing dt-soiibed, lands; tit  uated in Sayward Dist, Vancouver l.-lai.d.  No. 3���������Cornineirciug at a post planted on  the 50oh Parullel four miles W of'wh'er'i-  said line cross*8 the Campbell River, being  the S. E. corner thi nee runuing N 80 chain*  VV. Si) chains, S. SU cbai a, E. 80 chains,  to pl.ee of uoinaitnce.nent.  A:'F. Satherlnnd, "  James Cross, A'g>-ni  Take not-ce that thirty days from date A'  P. Sutherland occupation lumberman ia  tends to apply to the lion. Chiet Commissioner of Lauda aud Works for a special li.n-  ber licence over the foil >wiug described  lands;- situated in Sayward District. Vancouver Island.  Noi 4���������Commencing at a post plauteu  five milea W. and one mile S. from a po'm  where the 50:h parallel crosses the Campbell  River, being the N, K cruer theuce iuu-  nu.g S. 80 ch-. ns, W. 8J ehaio'a, N. 80  K. 80 chains, to pUce ot oouimeuc- ment.  A. P. Su'her laud,.  "-..,- J amen Ci Ob. .Agent.  Take notioe that thirty d*js bum date A.  P. Sutherland occupation luu.bermau iu*  tendi to apply to the Hon. Chief Commie  siouer of L md* and VVorks for a special timber liceuce over the following det-cribeiiKnde  ""TiTu"_t������d"iu"SayWaTd"DT8tn^~V*a_couv*cri^'  laud.  mUsii.-uer uf Lands and Work* lor a special  timber licence over the following desoribed  lauds;- si-nated iu Sayward Dial- Vaucouver I-land.  N.. 10-Commencing at a post planted  7 miles VV. and oue mile S. from a poiut  where thc 50th parallel crosses the Campbell Rivet, being the N.W. corner thence S.  SO chaius, ������. 80 chaius, N. 80 chaius, VV >.0  chains to place of commencement.  A. P. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agent  Take no dee that 30 days after date A. P.  Sutherland occupation lumberman inteud*  to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner 6' I  Liiidt and Works for a special timbai licence  over the following described lands.-- situated in Sayward Dist. Vaucouver Island.   No. 11���������Commencing at a post planted  aboai 9 miles W aad 1 mile S from a point  where the 50th parallel crpsses the. Camp'  bell river being the S.E. cornet, thence run*  ���������lig N. 80 chuius, W. 80 chains,-S.'80  ohains, E. 80 chkias, to pl������ce of eouitneflc>-  ment. ..-:... '"������������������"  A. F. Sutherland,:  Jtmes Cros'c," Agt-.  Take notice  hat 30 days after daui A. P.  Su ht-rlau.t occupation  lumberman- intends-  co apply to the Chief Commi-aiotier of Laud  an*! vVovks for a tpec ������l   i ober licence p/er  ..he fallowing described lauds;  situited i:;  .Skyward D smut; Vancouver lali-ii'.  ���������Ntjt"12���������CoTOiriraii^^t"pTwt^l-OTtetl���������a^  Vinu; 9 miles west and 1 mileS. from a poin���������  nee over tr e following describe J lauds; situated in Sayward Dist Vancouver I-laad.  '.' No. 17��������� Commenoiug at a post planted  10 anitas w. and 1 mile N. from a point  where the flOih parallel crosses the Campbell  riv<ir beiug the h.k. corner theuoe ruuuiug  s.80 chains, ,w. 80 chains, N. 80 ohaius; B.  80 chaius to place of commencement.  ���������       A. F. Sutherlaud,  Janes Cross, Agt  Take notice that 30 days after date A. P.  Sutherlrud occupation  lumberman iuteudi  to apply to the ilin* Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and works tor a special  timber liceuce over the following described land* situated iu Sayward Dis*. Vancouver Island.  No. 18���������-Commenoing at a post planted a-  bbuc" 10 miles *y, and 1 mile n. from a poiai  where, the 50th parallel crosses the Campbell river being iho N.w. corner thenee run  niug s. 8Q.Qiiaius, e. 90. chaius, h,v80ohains  W. 80 chaius, to piice of commeucsineut  ';;";';. A. P. Su herland,  J-������mes Ciom, Ag'.  Take notice that 30 days from date A P.  Sutherlaud occupation lumbeim������u intend*  'ai apply to the llou. Chief luuiinissiouer  f Liuds and. Works for a special imbtr licence over the followii.g described lauds;  .nuited iu Sayward Dts'., Va c liver Inland  '[ No. 19���������Commeuoihg'at a post planted a  ..out i uule>. w. aud 1 utile N. ti'oui a poiu-  ^here the 50^uu_araUe^  No. 5 ���������Commencii g at a post planted tiv<  miles VV. and one utile S. from ii pou.i  where the 50 h p.r-.llel crosses the Coup  bell river, beiug ihe S.E. corner, theme N  80 ohains, W. 80 chains, 8. 8J chaius, li-So  chains, to place of commencement.  A. P. Su hi rlaud,  Jame* Cross. Ageui  Take notioe thut 30 dt-ys after date, A. P.  Sutherlaud ocoupatiou lumbeiuiau intend^  to apply to the Hod. Chief Commis.->ii.nei  oi Lauds and Works for a special timber lioenoe over the foilowiug described lauds;-  situated in Saywaid Dist. Vancouver Isluu,'  No   6���������Coui'iieuciug at a post planted 5  miles VV, and 1 mile S. from a poiut where  thu 50th parallel oroste.- ihe Campbell Utter beiug the NVV coruer thence runuing S,  80 obains, E 80 ehaini. N. SO ohains, W 80  chains to place of commencement.  A. P Sutheiland,  James Cioss, Agt,  Take notice that 30 days from date A. P.  Sutherland occupation lumberman intend to  apply tu the Hon, Communioner *.l Lmiu  aud Worke fur a sp cijI umber liceuce ove.  t'ie following der-criU--.il lauih;- siuaudiu  Sayward Di-tnot, Vancouver l������l������ud.  No 7��������� Commeiiciug at a pott planted,7  utiles W , sud ono mile 8, ol a point where  the 50th parullel erosies the Uainpbtll Uiv-  beiog the S.E. corner theuoe N. 80 chain--,  VV, 80 chains, S. ���������Oobeiup, E, 80 ohnu.,  to plaoe of ooiiiit.euoenient  A. P, Suiherlsnd,  James Cross, A.ei.t  Take notice thai 30 daya fiom data A.P.  Sutherlaud occupation luiuheru an intend-,  to apply to the Hoa. Chiof Commissioner  of Lvids sud VVorks f.ir a sp*ou������l timber u  oenee ovtr the following describe! linuV,*  sit ate 1 in Hay ward Dur. Vanoiuve, Iilan.l  No. 8���������Commeiioing at a post pftuteii 7  miles VV' snd 1 mile S. from a point wher-  the 50th parallel crosses tho Campbell rive  being t ��������� N. IC corner, thenoe runuing^  chains, VV, 80 ohains, N. 80 chaias,  K.80  chains, to plaoe of oo.nnisDoeinmit.  A. K. Sutherland  Jan.e> Cross, A<t.  Take notioe thst 30 days from date A. P  i.1at:.i.-rlai.(l '':r.\f ti-n  hvi-l> *r".'.tn  Iti'i-is*. ���������  to apply to thf Hmi Clihd t'nimniti-io i-r ..t  Linds and VVorks for a spec.al timber lio-  80  >vber������ the 50;h parallel crossee the Camp-  oe 1 River, being the S.W. oorner..thence K  SO eham-, E. 80 chaius, S. 80 ohaiuf, VV.80  cnaiu*, to pla^e i f commencement.  A.V. SutherlaHd,  J .mes Cross. A^l.  . Tike notice tha>, 30dajs after date A* P.  -iiitberland occupation' 1 amber mau iuteud������  to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner ol  Liu-is aud Works for a speoial timber lio  ence over the following described l^nds: sic*  uated in Saywaid Dist. Vancouver Island. >  N<>. 13���������Connneuciug at a post planted a*  bout 9 miles W. aud cue mile S. from a point  wh. re the 50ch parallel orosuesthe Campbell  Iiiver beiug the N.W. oorner thence run-  uiug S 80 ohaiu*, E. 80 ohaius, N. 80 ohains  VV. 80 chaius to place of oomiueuoemeut.  A. P. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt.  Take notice thst 30 days from date A. P.  duller.mid occupation lumberman iuteuda  .o to apply to thu Chief Cotnuiisaiouer of  Lauds and Works for a epeoul liceuce over  he following desoribed laud*-; situated in  Seward District, Vanoouver Islaud.  No. 14���������Coimiiouoiug at a post planted  ibout 0 utiles W. and 1 milo S, (mm a point  where the 50th partial crosses the Campbi-li  Uivtr, hoiug the N, E. uon.er thence ru*.*  rung S, 80 ohsins, W. 80chains. N,,80ohain  E. 80 ohaius, to place uf comneuoement.  A. P. Sutherland.  James Cross, Agt.  Take notioe that RO days after d.te A. P.  Sutherlaud oooupation lumberman inteuda  lo apply lo the Hob Chief Commissioner of  Lauds aid Works lor a speaittltimher li-  oduoe over the lollowing desoribed lands:  Mtuated lu S%>wanl Ui.t Vnuoouver Islaud.  N>. 15���������Comme.icing at a post planted  about 10 mile* west ami 1 ni le uorth from a  poiut where the 50m parallel crosses the  Campbell river beiug the HE ooruer theoo  luuniug N HU chaius, VV 80 chaius, 8 80  oliaiiin, V, 80 ohaius tu pUce of coinuieuoe*  iteut.  A. r'Sntberlaud*  James Ojos, Agt.  Take notioe that 30 days alter uate A P.  Hutheilau occupuioa lumueruua iuteuds to  apply to the Hon. Chief Ooinmisdoner of  Liiidsand Wo iks tnr a special umber liceuce over the foll.nfing described landa- sit*  uated in Ssy ward Diet. Vaucouver Island.  No. 10���������Commeucing at a post planted 10  miles west sud 1 mile a, from a point where  river aiud: being the s.w"; ooru. r iheuee N 80  chains, k, 8:1. chains, n. 80~chairis, w. 80  ofiaius io place of cjuiuieuct-meu..'.  .-������������������:��������������������������� A. P. Sutherland,  J .ui s Crosi, Ag������  Tnke notice that 30 days alter date A. V  Sutherlaud ocoupatiou lu.nberinan intends  fo apply to the Hou, Chie'Co.umissiouer of  Lands aud Works for a special t'tuber license o>er the following described lands; si.-  uated in Siyward Diet. Vauouuvir IsUad.  N-������; 20��������� Comuieuciug at a p.������si planted  4 miles w. aud 1 mile N, I'rani a point when  the 50:h parallel oiosses the Campbell river beiug the S.K, ooruer, thenoe runuing v,  80 ohaius, w, .80 oiiaiii-, a 80 chains, r.. 80  ohaius, to piaoe uf commeuceaient,  A. F. Sdthe.-land,  James Oo.s, Agt.  Take notice that 30 days after date A. P.  Sutherlanp ooonpatiun luiriberiii.iu intends  to apply to the Hou, Chief Commi������r.iouer of  Lands aud Worke for a epeoial timber lie*  euse oyer the following desoribed lauds; situated in Sayward DisuaVauoouver Islaud.  No. 21���������Commencing at a post planted 0  milea west sud one aide N. from a point  where tlm 50th parallel orosse the Campbell river, beiug the N.w.uiruer ihence iuu  niug s. 80 chains, x. M) ohnin*, tt.80 chains  w.80uhaius tu place of omiimeuoouteut.  A. P. Sutherland,.  James Cto-s, Agt,  Take notioe that 30 days after date A. P  Sutherlaud t coupatiou lumueruia.!  iuteuds  the 50th parallel crosses the Campbell river, betug thu sn. ooruer thence running N-  80 chains w.80 ohains, s. 80 ohains I. 80  chains, to place of commeucment.  A. F Sutherland,  James Cross,Ak  Take notice that 3o days after date A P  Sutherland ocoupatiou lumberman intends  to apply to the Hon Cnief Commissioner of  Landa and woaks for a speoial timber liceuso over the following desoribed leads situated in Sayward Dist Vaucouver Island  No 25���������Commencing at a po t planted 8  miles w and 1 mile N at a point where the  5oth parallel cro'ses the Cnmpbell river, being the hw corner there i running s 8;>  chains,-k,8o ohains, n 8> chaius, w 8o  chaius to place of sommencement  A F Sutherland,  James Cross, AGt  Take.notice that 30 diys from date A. P  Sutherland occupation lumberman intends  tu sppiy to the Hon. Chief CoUimiimionei-  of Linds and wor<s for a sp-ci 1 timber licence over the following desoribed lands; sit  uate I in Sayward Dist. Vancouver Island.  No. 26���������Com nencing at a post plauted 8  n.iles w. and 1 mile N. at a point where the  50 h parallel crosses the Campbell river,  b ing the S. W. cor et- thence' running N. 80  chains, B. 80 chains, S. 80 ohaius, w. 80  chains, to place of comm uoement.  A. F, Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt.  Take notice that30 days after date A. P.  Sutherland oconp>tionjftinbegrnan.iht-n.ist<>-  aupl'v to the  Hon Ch.������f  CommiBtiouer of  Lauds and wirks tor a special timber ticen������e  over the follow iug d mcribed laud*; situated  i   Say <-.nl Dht-n t, Vancouver IhImihI.  Nc; 27 ���������Coinmen si.-'g at a post pi in ted S  iinl-H w. nnd 1 mile N. at a point where the  50 h piraliel cr >c.aes the Campbeb river.b.  ingthe N. B. oorner then e running s SO  obains, w. 80 cbtinn; n. 80 chains, a 80  chains, io place of commencement'.  \      A. F. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt.  T*ke no.Hce that 30 days after dve A. P  ^iitherlind oocupatton lumberman iuteuds  to apply to the Hon Chief Commissioner of  Lvidsand Works fora speoial timber license over tho following desoribed lands: sit  uated in Siyward Dist. Vanoouver Island.  No. 28���������11 mmenoing at a post planted 8  Indus w. and 1 mile N. from a point where  the 50ih parallel oro-sos the Canpball river  being the a. a, corner thonoe running n, 80  ohains, w. 80 chains, s. 80 ohains,   b. 8-i  ohaius, to plaoe of commencement.  A.F; Sutherland,  ���������   James Oroas, Agt.  Take notiee that SO days after date A. F  Sutherland oooupation lumberman intend*  t-i apply to Hon. Chief Commi*flioner of  Lauds and Works for a special timber license over the following desoribed lands: Mtuated in Sivward Dist. Vanoouver I������land,  No. 20���������0 imineiicitig at a post planted 8  miles w. and 3 miles K, from a phi t wliero  the 50th parallel crosses the Campbdl river  beivg the N, w. oonur thenoe running s. 80  chains, v��������� 80 ch dm  N. 80 ohains, w. 80  ohaius, to place of commencement.  A. P. Sutherland,  Jurios Cross, Agt,  Take notioo Ihst 30 days after date A. P  Sutherland occupation lumberman in ends  to apply to tbe H-n. Ch .1 Coiuiiiiisio-jer' *������ ���������������/.*���������/ ),,..r.h.B1flo"' Ohief Commissioner of  ii     ,      , iv   ,    i i .    i     i- I Linda and Works for a sp'oi*il timber Ho.  cf Lauds and Work , f,r a pucuj timber ll | euM cyflr tho fo||owing ^^^ifo  ence ever the following described laa *; situated io H.ywardD.st. Vanoouver IsU.d.  No. 0���������Commenci ug at a post plaut������<i 7  miles VV. and I mile S. from a point where I "������������������ aJln ^,*r*,,", 0,0>M������ *���������>��������� Uampusli river  flOib psiallel crosses ibe Campbell Hiver.be  ing the tt. VV, ourmr tbenee running N. 80  obains j E.'80 chains; S.80 ohauis, W, 80  ohains, tu flaeeof euniineuomeat.   ���������  K. F. Sutherland,  James Cruse, Agent  Take   notioe that   thirty   days   alu-r  date A. F. Satberland oecupatioti lumber-  nan intends to sppiy to toe Uo.i. tbiel Uum  being ths 8. w, corner, tuenot r mniog N. 80  oiiains, K. 80 oeams. 8. 80 chains, VV.80  chains tu piece ol ouinineuuemeei.  A. F. Sutherlaud.  James Cross, Agt  Take notiee that 10 days after date A.F.  Su herland ocoupa.tou luuibe-tuau iut������ud:  t������ apply Ui the Hon. Chief CumintSiiooer u.  LaiMu aud Worse tut a ���������peetal tiaioer Ito*-  oenoe uvtr the following (ie������cribo<t Isndsi  situated iu Sayward D.st, Vaiiuuuvei IsUou  No. 22���������Commeucing at a post planted 0  utiles w. aud I mils n. frma a |o������t planted  where the flUth paial.el crosses mu Osmp*  bell river, beiug the s.w, corner, theuce run  uiug N. 80 chains, K. 80 otuius, ������, 80 ohaius  w. 80 ohaius to pluie uf ocniinuiujuieut.  A. P. Sutherland,  JamesCrosn Agt  Take notioe that 30 ds>s at.er date A. P  Sutherland ocoupatiou lumberman intends  to apply to the Chief Commisiiouerol Lands  and Works fur a spuoul umber licence over the following d'Hcribud laudsi situated  io Sayward Dist. Vauooavsr Islaud.  N*. V3���������Co.uuiwnoii g at a pusi plauted 6  miles w.aud 1 mile it. trom a point where  the Mtn parallel orusses tne Campboll riv*  er, being the a.t. oorner theuoe ruuning s.  80 ehains, w. 80 ohsins, n. 80 ohsia������, R, 80  uii*iua, ko yienm uf outuUKmueuieu..  A,F. HutherUnd,  JsmesCross, Agt,  Take notioe that 30 days after date A. F  Sutherland occupation iDDiberoun l.tsods  to apply to the Hun. Chief Commissioner  of Lands aed Works for a speoial timber  tier-nee (tint tb* toiliinitig de������oribi.(l  l������nd������|  .ituaUM m Sayward Di.t. Vauouu ������r Island  No. 24���������Ctmmrncn.g at a poet planted n  m.l** w. aad I mile *. from a pomt where | 0,ud g,^ ^ m  nated in Say ward Dist' Vancouver Islind  No, 30���������Commenc-tig at a p' st planted 8  miles W and 3 nvlm s from a pniut where  the 50th par* 11 1 crosses the Campbell riv r  biing the ������, w. corner ihence running N. 80  oraius, E. 80 ohains, ������, 80 chains, w 80 ohsina  io plaoe uf coutmeuoement  A.F. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt  Take notioe that So dsys after date A. F  Sutherland oooupation lumberman intends  ti apply to the II >u Chief Commissioner of  Land* aud Works for a speclsl timberlioonse  over the lollowing deionbed lands il'usted  in Sayward District Vanoouver Island  Ko. 31���������Commenoing 4 a post plnnted 8.  miles w. aud 3 miles n. from a point whe-e  the 5 -th pa al el c osses the C unpbell river,  being N.R, corner thenoe run iiw a At) nhatrts  w 80 cuius, n, 80 chains, %. 80 uhaine, lo  yhii* oi i,\)-jtiu*u*emeiil  A  F. Sutherland,  Jauiss Cross, A|t  Take notioe that 30 days after da e A. F  Sutht-rlaud oooupanion bun ������ermnn intendu  to apply to the itoir Chief Crmmissloner of  Lands aad wjrks for a speoial tiober lie  eosa oyer the following d> scribed hod ; sit*  uated in Sayward l)i>, Vanoouver IsUud  No. 32���������Commenoing at a post pleated 8  miles w aod 3 miles n from a point where  50th parallel orosse* tha Campbell River,  Iwiog a M coroer thenoe running n 80 chains  w. 80 chains, a 80 obains, k 80 ehaini*, to  plaoe of oomtnenoment  A F Sutherl.od,  | James Cross, Agt


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