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The Cumberland News Jan 19, 1908

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Array ^Sf?������*^ "^,^^1MB*���������:*��������� v������--mMEflci������if m������;mn������A:  ^  Ut>  to-  t ^(^tM-ifii^DeVpi  ���������a;  .ofedk ^specially, teethe Interests of Comox District.  V    me. A        . ".   -     '-       . ���������    ''  The Nkws, Skvkntkknth Year,  B  -Ai X <;giUJjB8i������i,AND b; c, '^iesday,   jan.. 19, 1908  ^X^^^^**;'\ff^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M,j^^MJM^J^MLM1^|l^^^^^^^^-^^^���������  SOBSCKIPTION $2.<X> A YK.-..K.,  Our Annual January  BmCKiTA-KING   SALE  Commences Monday 11th inst  and will continue for THREE WEEKS ONLY'  __ . , __-___-_- .   This wiil be a great opportunity to save money, as all  OiU'JrVinter Stock will he cleared ,uut,,quito regardless  ofco.it.  SIMON LSISBB &Qo.,Lt<t.  John T. Lidstu-e, M/,-r,  Ctualcrlsudlh-anoh.  mtmm  -A"  The following aire the winning  numbers   for the   Prizes  . '-r  given,a way at   7  ��������� i  TfflE  fAGf-lET  CASH ;STO^E.  ���������n  SaBCiiO������S2CC*2   X jNto. 714  TESslf~<r"7i6  TE. BATE,  ir  Cumberland  m  memrtrnm  FOR XMAS-AND  NEW YEAR'S  TRADE  We carry the choicest selections  of Candy���������Robertson's Chocolates  in }ir K;and-#,:i^..ih/.tancy,bbxess.  -Christie Brown; Fapcy^BiscuitSr--  ' Grahait Wafers, Soda Crackers,  Plum Pudding, Fruit Cakes, ship.  ped to us direct from, the factory,  so that tey are crisp and fresh,  *r,������n������  Council Meeting.  U  J.McPHE   I   SONS,  M        Uuiwuiuit Awwuc Cumberland, RC.        *^  da r^rraoiaaai ,     MoegsaaEa!  -Lust evening tho old Council  met for the \mt time and passed  tlie new fewer loan by-law. Aid  erinen present, Hate, Campbell,  Horwood. Mc(Lood and Mayor  Willnr.1.  Miut'.Us of previous meetings,  ndopted as lead.  The new Councol asacniblod in  regular session -last evening, there  "being present, Aldermen Bate,  Horhood, Partridge, Stewnrt.  Dalnel*-, Bickle "and Mayor Mc-  Doiiald,  ,  Short speeches were delivered  hy the Mayor and Aldermen,  promisrng to use their boat efforts  in thd interests of the city, during  the present civic year.  ��������� A speech was alsti dajivored hy  Mayor Wilhml. '      .  ' My. .I. Horbury, naked on he-  hull! of the ambulance class, permission of tho council to use the  council chambers for titubiilnnce  class meeting* every Wednesday  evening,  Request granted,  frmmmmm*~*, tmiui riawi������!*~T.rrrsy,.  -      '        . ������������������        "'���������       , '   111     >,L ..  Bute, and Horwood; board of  worka, Horwood, Daniels, and  Uate; lire wardens, Bate, Bickle,  mid, Daniels; board of health,  Hickln, Siownrt and Partridge,  license commissioners, Alderman  Bickle imd J. P. Watson; police  commissioners, "Alderman "'J'arl*  ridgo und It. 0. Wilson; city clerk,  A, McKinnon; police magistrate,'  Jui'iioa A brains; constable, R. Hornal; night watchman, W. Mclellun;  meclkil health officer, Dr. CI. K.  MucMaiighton; The appointment  of st'ttvongor on motion was .laid  ovor for two weeks.  Thoro being no 'further business  tho council adjourned.     (  St  THANKING  My ^many Customers for  their patronage during the  ., past year and solicit a  continuance of same for  1909.  Watch this. Ad Next Week.  jn. ricLEOD,  *��������� >���������  DiuWuir Avenue,'     ���������  -\.  " CUMBERLAND, B.C.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLIC1TER  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Dunsmuir Avenue        CUMBERAND, B. C  CONVEYANCING  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  I wit-h to take this opportunity  of thinking niy friends and Blip���������  poiters for electing me  as  Mayor  at the late civic elee/ions, and ns-lhis work in  No. i mine, Willi������  anro them of iny  best efforts  in'Delaney, wns instantly kiljod th'ro-  their, behalf jn tho .good,, govern- ugli afnll of roof coal^&auiWiit_;,  luiBnt-mraatrv-itrctifHoTiTTrtrie-city. dent happened  about. 8  o'cloclc.  Accidentally Killed..  On la6t Thursday night while at  i  I am, yours faithfully  D. JJ. McDonald,  RESULT OF  CIVIC  ELECTIONS,  FOR MAYOR:,  ���������D. It. McDonald, ,01. ���������  li. S., Robertson, 50.  FO.R ALOERMKN. '  Squill Ward.    .   .  IV Bickle, 18.  .1. Stewart, 17.  J", N. MeLeod, 15,  Fish Market  Have started business with a  good supply of Fresh Fish.  Smoked M*l������ a Specialty.  Messenger & Parker  Props  The City Council held a special  meeting Inst I'Yitlny evening, there  being present Ahlei'tneu Hate, Me*  Donald, Horwood and the Mayor,  Thu principal business of the even*  tug bi'iug Uio njcoiiriiiioiiiiy m t-f-  seworaJoau hy*Jaw, the atiitj l������)-l*n  uot boing satisfactory to the Royal  Hank of Canada, tho matter was  laid overiiutil Sitttirday evening.  Communication received from  John Kroner, \\l\v.to, aekittg for re  fund of peddlers license paid by  him, tho reason given was that he  only rotfti|v4twu otdvea other than  hia own alock, the council pashcil  .hut !\fr. Prntftr hn Infuriiii'd that  according to the Municipal Ch.u-.t-s  Act, audi refund cannot Ihi nui'lc.  There being no further butineai  the council adjourned.  The following ������ro tho committee* named and appointment* made  Finance,  committee,    Partridge,  TuTHE 'KLEfJTOllS:���������  I wish to take t la It* .ppportunity  uf thanking tny friends and sup*  porters for electing mu as Alder-  until at tho late civic elections, and  ttssiii'o thom of my heht efforts "Jii  tho Inter. Ht of ^o,ltll ward, and the  city lu general,  I am, yours faithfully  THOMAS MCJUK,        0 ������������������,...  Mrs. Woods aud Alisa T. DoUar  worn paaseugers to Ktu'iaimo by  Saturday's boat.  Onr local sport is busy training  und is liable to outclass Y!oung  ilonos, In the combat on tlm With,  . The ������������������ambulance class wiU meet  for orgtinizntioir'ii'i the council  chamber Sunday ii'ftertioon at 3.4.5  ouot^ock..Alliiilerestedare request  od to.attend.��������������������������� ..���������  Next Monday, ^iiny. 25th will  'ho 'iliurns Aujiivei'sary" and will  becelebitite'd iu gula stylo by thu  Sootchuien of Oiii|tbei'land, iu the  CnmbeHand Hal!, hy a supper and  dttiicu,  Mrs. T. Piket, Mrs. H. Giaham,  Mr. .1. Piercy and Miss lh Mnr-  dock-wore ptissongera from Don.  man Island, by Friday's bout.  - - "0��������������� ������   IT.' lielfle, of Naunimo waa In  town lH>t week.  On-Thursday morning Coroner"  Abrame empanelled a Jury*to examine the body when a verdict of  accidental death by fulling rock  and coal was brought in. Tho  funeral took place on Sunday after  noon from the. family residence  Penrith Avenue, at 2 o'clock to  Ciimhorland jometcry. Sorvica*  at the'houso. and "grave wore conducted by tbo Rev Mi*, Hastings,  and wore attended by sorrowing  friends and relatives of the ��������� do���������  wasod. The following gentlemen,  acted at pall bearers;���������Messrs  Jno. Ronnie, D, Stewart F," Horwood, J. Horbury, Wm. McLoIIart  and C. Segrave.  The News extends sympathy to  the beieaved family,  Mrs, T. Bickle arrived home  from Victoria by.Weiliioflday'fl boat  n*w*mmmm*immem*r*ifairwmm*mmmmm*mm  W, Haley of Vancouver wan n  passenger by  Wednesday's Wt,  A hall and supper vill Iks given  in tho third weak in, February,  undor the management of\tlif>*h,  ().T.M, in which all trliaeiOMn*  should he interested, as tho pro*  cecils are to ho given towards tha  beginning of a fund fof ft gym*  iiAbium* Particular* later.  BB9BM1  CAMPBELL BROS,,  "grocers and  Dry  Goods  -, merchants  Cumberland;      B. C.  Ulothmg, Clothing, Clothing,  Our stock of men's and youth's clothing is Urge and well  assorted.   The material i������ from the heat Sootch and Kng-  li.sh uutitufacitiier.s, nud is made by expert   tailor.i.    Our.  piict'h aie the iowcht,  Vrtdn Wnraied iii different pattern* from In to $ai  "  Youth a f 5 lo *9  A Hutia! dii-count will be given   off' the balance of our (ur  Mock, to prevent carrying them over for auotlier season.  .ft  \*������  i. *i  r. m\������ii:iri,se  .."l������lwiili'i. *r.'4K. mitt.,.,-  m& mfv$ wMp^&i*& smj  / .Ita OpfeiaM Hews  ���������-Mt   *i  Every   Tuesday by   the  ^omoat   &   purol>erlond  Publishing* Company.  Thi* pa|>t*i* "will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of others, n$ may appcmr in its columns  front time to time.  TUESDAY, "Jan.   19,    1008  Tho Vancouver Milling & Grain  t ' l -   ' *'     ���������       r   I   . .    *  ���������  Col "Ltd.',   manufaciiiiH-rs  of  the  < '     ���������      ..���������;*'.      ���������'���������.'���������  ce!������brotod "Royal Standard? flour.  ...      . ���������   .���������      ... *  ���������      %*i   *t     .     . ]���������'���������  desire to annotnica to tlieir many  patrons and friends throughout  'suction of the comitrv tlmt the loss  of their elevator in the rocent .fire,  while'a tetunorai-v inc >iivc*nience,  V.      ' '   ���������   -i      .  ;   ,     . :���������- -i     ��������� (' ���������    .  wtll not iii uuy way cause delay in  \ ���������.*���������.-.,   i' ..... 1 r   ��������� ���������" ��������� ��������� .  their fulfilling all ordus received.  ' Royal Standard   irs   become  a  jlionseh'old word in so'many home?  ^hroujjimt,    British,  Columbia,  .'that even   a temporary  delay  in  '.fulfilment of orders-would   be  a  f    .   ... 1   1 1   -.i    --���������'   ������������������������������������ -.'(������������������   ���������������������������������������������  ��������� groat inconvenience,   ana  we  are  ;glad that siich Will be   avoided.  ".NOTICE IS HERi^Y QIVEN  that application will be ih'ade to  the   Legislative -Assembly of the  ' *,.,.:��������� ...       -.-���������������������������        -    i' ii'  ���������. -.:  : Province of British Columbia  at  ".- its next session for au Act to in-  corporate a company with power  '; to .construct^ equip,.maintain and  ^opera%TiTi1ie^rt  ���������vof*-staiidardv or 'other guage,  tvith any kind/'of. motive'power  for the conveyance of passengers  aiid Jreig.it commencing at' or  near Hardy J3ay and proceeding  in a wester ly'direction'*to, Quatsino Sou rid' to a'point  approximately opposite  'Coal Harbor, and' with'' power  fo construct,' operate and maiu-  " tain all .'.necessary bridges, roads,  Are your htrjtMs chapped; CT^kc4!;  or aora? Hava you "cold 'critirJtB*  which open and Mee4 when the akin Is  ���������Jrawi*. tight? Haya yfluVicoW tore;  frost hite, chUWaina, or a "raw"  place, which afc;*-foes'makes it agony  tor you to go ahout yoor household  duties ? If so, Zam-Buk will give you  relief, and will heal Mie frost-duraoge^  skin. Anoint the sore alacee at night.  ������am**Bqk's. rich healing essencea wsU  Sink into the wounds, and tha nmart"  lag,, and will heal (pAdkiy.  Redd this Lady> Experience.  Mrs. Yellen, of Portland, says:*���������  "I consider it only..my datyto. tell yon  of the great bonafit I have derived from  Zam-Buk. My hands were so sore and  cracked tbat it was agony to put them  pear water. When I did ao tbey would  smart and burn as if Ihad scalded them.  I seemed quite unable to get relief from  'thing 1 put,on them until 1 tried  m-Buk'and it succeeded when ail else  had failed. It closed the big cracks,  gate me ease, soothed the inflammation,  and in a yery*short time,.healed my  hands" completely. It is a wonderful  healer and should be in eYery home,",  Zam-Buk 'olio curt* chaAa-i, riuhe*i uibiter  tcumi,^k^tll(X.rt./aUHni).serr/i. lore HiaSi'and  lacks, aiuettin, ^pliii'-Hni-u-oriA etcm-ctitt,  burnt, bruises,-Haiti*, sprain*.- Used atari (nibro-  cation, tt caret rheunuUlim. sciatica, neuralgia,  tie. Of all iruqglit* and itortLor pad fret from  Die Zam-Buk (&,��������� Toronto.; Price (0 e, a box,  1 far 4-l.S...;.."  "'��������� ���������      ���������'���������'-  mm** school  ^        pOR BOYS  fhe I aurels        B,elcherJ3treet:  i  ia, B C. ;���������������  Patron and Vieitor,  Tff.    l,ORtf  ^ISIIOV  OP  COLUMBIA'  /  Bead Master  ���������*".ys,  am Buk  BILKING CUTTLEFISH.  .Strange Farming Carried er. Along  ���������Ae British Coaat. ^  It is not known generally that cut*  Ueflah are cultivated on some farms  in-order- to be "milked." These  cuttlefish farms are located on parte  bf the British coast, and the-cuttlefish aro kepi in tanks or pond8vto he  milked-'of their Ink..  ���������'"-������he'4>ond,or tank is connected with  the sea by a pipe, and'/ a thousand  or' more cuttlefish ore kept in a sin-  -%U"tni. -.Thev fenh a most curious  ���������Sight? as they move Wowr, trailing  thoir, long;, arinfj. and staring out of  Vhflir beljjjns'eyes. '  ' They are guarded by screens, which  and ferries, "aiid to   build,  "���������acquire,    owu    and     maintain  'iv(icirves aiid docks in connection  ^veWiUi, an* 'to build,' acquire,' ^.^^f^S^ &  uvni equip.and maintain   steam   euttte'ftah wi)l -squirt their, .milk into  '��������� !'f nMvf.1- v*.a..*.'lo'tin!l Krvit<*' mirt   *������������������*������ water, and it. would therefore be  *'id other vtsitls ami boats, aticl   ^    This fluid,  or  milk.  Ib  very  to oocuitc the samo on any uav-     '   " '       '    -���������-"���������-*-*���������   -J"  .-,"��������� . :'."* ��������� '.j     .' i . i        11    ,  vqjaole waters; aim with power to  build,   equip! operate itii*\ maht-  *'-* ,  ' i     '.'   "t < . ������ ' '!'  A' '*������������������������������������,-   :i_ '������������������  tain telegraph' ������ud telephone  lines in couuection wiUi thti said  railway  and branches," and" to  ;   ,   i  ,'     .,    i     i   ri     ***.        ,(,'{    i-i  trausimt messages for commercial purposes, d'ucj to charge tolls  liicrefor, and to ^eriera|e a'nd sell  eiectricity' for' t'h-3 'sujjp'ly of^glitj  jeat and power; arid'with power  ,, i    i i -i, ',.;���������',; ..,; I.*.. A     ��������� .' i  ;o  expropiatc Jand-i for the pur-  )pse!sbf tlie Company; and'to iic*  iju'tre lauds, nio'n'cy, bonuses,  Privileges or other ai*f|s from any  \jOveruri.ent,.'municipal corpora-  Joii or other' persons or bodies,  and to jevy.au'a! coflcct tol|������ 'froui  ail'���������'persouB using and on all  llreigl'it passing over any of such  foads,' railways,'fyfrieit, wharves  Rnd vesseli built hy the tioiu-  tuny, and with power to connect  with iitid indice traffic or other'lir  fdugeineiits with railway, steam*  boiit, or otlier cowpaw'les; and to  exercise such'powers as are gran.  led bypatts 4 and 5'oif tlVe "Waler Clntist'S OonsoH'dation ActV.  and for all other necessary or iu-  eidental rights, powers aim puv-  ileges in that behalf.  11   'Hu'mryAppj.rton  CoJoiml Royal liiigiiiecri(retlred)  ' 'bited at Victoria,   U". C��������� !J.t!i  day ol'December, 1903.  mmtirn  ^RAYKn��������� Out heifer, '%  para old, wli-le. Utile roi iionn������J[  fli* neck'r owner can have aaiuo hy  uayitifffor tbta notice ami espenae.  i    *    "������������������ Joii^iM-  > 1..   .. .1  FX).R |A'L^~8fed pd������������toM.  fronton t^ftri-y. ���������������������������������*������������ ty*  tmriier'whan 1'rtriJt* %?'"E*������-*!jf  kow, nn immtiu yi.'V^. Vrii������  4e.'jpaW'ponii<i;, i,r*>)f iuaiJ,aiUpoa  tW "'. Uijpr/ljDi! rt tJAtt*iet\ pri.  "*-*, ' f\V.otA������r* will,   reeei?������ tnj  .tUtjA wtanUoo.���������0. Rjw������,  V      '"���������'"'"  Cotttoi,B.C  KKUt  valuable, anr{ each cuttlefish will  WeW ,a)>out ff woM)i a year. It iB  baeretod in a hag. w)������teh can hn ppen-  e������i arid oloe������| at will', the cuttleflsh  bjoctini? tho f|aii*4 to darken tho wajer  Ho thai it may eBoape -dhaeen when  attacked*' The beat" cuttlcflsK'aropro-  bh'rod- i" China,.*.where, lor Bome nix*  son or other they produeo the post  quntity of iiiilji,      "  Whon tjie tanner connlderB it op*  por'tunn tb milk tho cUttloflah he pro:  oend,* hy opening tho sluloea of .the  Mid and gentjy ng|������at|ng the water.  The cuttle* then swim around Aho  pond. "n<1 as B-oon Aa ono paaaea  through the sliijoo is cloaeil. Thp cut*  tlq paiiiwg d,own a aniall ohannel into,  a baajn'or niotfll rocflPtaelo, and nii  norm aa it Is' accurol/ there tba water  is (trained ofj. It ts then frtghtonod  aod^t onoo aquirtu the fluid from  thn Tmir, Whi*n it! l*i oihawatad it  Ih HUpiI fait, the milk i^-coHeeted,.  and th������ ha������in Ih prepared for another.  WAGINQ WAR_0?l RAT3.  Maaaurei Taken \n Rnslanf^ ta %tt*  tarmjnata tha Past.  Tho war ot-aJimt rata la hning waged vlgnroualy In Groat nritaln, where  tlio annual damn***) thoy nninw la  varloualy onttumte'l at amounta ranging from ������M,*m0O0 to ' $76.000,00.1,  PotatoeA' infeet-ad  with ' a   taatelowi  8arm arc placed within roach, and  Ida Renn���������harmlaaa to inan���������ia oi*  pjoUxi, to oituao a rapid d0"'���������,*0,.0!  the rodiinUi t>y spreading a fatal ilia*  onao an'iong tliPin. Aa a further ifp.  tho Society For the JH-atnictlon of  Vorinln aooks to w>t a prico on the  animals', hoada,"having oifejwi, a priea  of 10 guinea* and h diploma for Vhq  boat method of maklnt rataktna com*  mni-Mailv nMifnl.   Taking the London  "A"ALT^  S.I..   ',Oiiy pf ^Nanai^mp.  VICTORIA.���������cot������o_c  ROVTSp*  sJ, W. LAWO, ESQ ,  M.A.,   OXKOUDiU?"  t^y^ot a Tuesday, 7 a'."������   fo,r  Aniitad by three Graduates of the Reong-  uiied UniTenitios of Great isritaja aud Can-,  ada.  Mod������r'ate*-reinis"h>r boarders. '..,  Property coos its of five acres,with "pao.-1  iou������ ishool buildiDss, txteniive rtcreatiu  grouuds Kymi4>ium. Cadet voips vrgpn  l������d. \. '  APPLY TO HKAD MAgTEp,.  tt-*t"l*'l"l',t"l"l"l"l''t"l"l"H>|l-V'H"lri4'ti  'STAR'  kivefy  Stable  Maxwell &. Hornal  Proprietors.  Nanaimo, eating at Cmftor. Kupe^-  andTlietis Islands nhen fre.ght o^r  p^sbcnxers offer. *     ,  Leaves -^ianaimo   ^Ve^nsday, 7 a. ni.,  -  for Onion iiay Coniox 4EQ wia ici.t's  I. .,.**������*. s, .    , ���������*S\  *'  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. ni., fo;  Union Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Lewes Nanaimo  ^"riday,  7 a* rn,, fo^  .Union Hay Comox and wa*,^porls.  Leaves .C^mox Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  -Nanaimo and way ports.  ' "       '  S'lils. from Nanahno Saturda). 1 p.*itj., for  Victoria. v  VrANCppyKJt-NANAIMO ��������� LApY  SKWB   KOUIE.   ,  X8. 8. O^pAN."      '  *'   ''������������������ ���������*- - .'-....." -���������   ' '' . ��������� 1   '������������������'  Sails irom   .y.tneouyer  fp * i * h' ��������� 1 h o  daily, except Sundays, .u'  30 p.m.  Sui!,s hom   N.ir.;i)n)o   for* Van oinei  daily, e^ctpi Sujiriajs, at 7 a.nv \  ������������������*���������  Between YOUNG JONES  and KID BEOWN-15 Rounds.  WRESTLING PRELIMINARIES-Between Thos, Robinson  of Cumberland, and Kid Mcfcee, champion feather weight of Na-  aimo. Four round exhibition between 'T* White and Leu Caw*  thprne, also betweenMaurice Qay and Andrew Thomson. Three  round loxillg COlittstbe'Weeh   tlie Twin Stunts.      Henry   Gibaon  and Jack Fmith will I ex 4 three/ minute rounds.   Timekeeper, Alex. Ronalds.       Referee, Wm. Colpitts.  RESERVED SEAT $1.QQ     ADMISSION 50c.  ���������f TEAMSTERS   an  "'SINGLE   and, D(  l.For    HIRE.  ..PROMPTLY  d   DRAYMEN*  DOUBLE   RICST  ALL   ORDERS I  ATTENDED   TO 2  4*  -!;-3pd-^f-CHBilierJarii  " *v  *m 4*  K4HH*i-fr'H^4ri4-HHH-'H^-l--W4  [jjiton  0**^*m**Uhnmt{/m*4*^im^^^mt*k4  O. H TARBELL  ammmmme^mmmm^mmmmmmmmmm^mm^unmm  ���������^emnam&mememmeammmzmmmmammmemmmmmm  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all( KJTCHEj^   UTENSILS  Sportsmcivs Goods  r"'!; *' 'and-  General Hardware  *im4*mm*mmnmtlf*m*\ri,  VANCOUVER- NANAIMO - COKt X  "UNION. Y  "S. S. .aueenOity"  (C.P.R.)  Eea   V ft-JO'iuiir, Sunday, 7 pm     Ar  ii\ea at Kanmuio, Suiidity,' 1J p. n .  Lei ve.. Nunanuu Mouday, 3 a. in. Arrives at Uoit.u, Aluiiday, 11 a. m. Armti  Tt~jOPin"T<xrM'i?*i'*lay;-l-priiiT   ^^X733L    C.     p_k"STlS,  IP-RO-Pstiar  Eiiglikh 4 i BURTON.alwayaou tap aUo, tht famoiw MILWAUKBK  BKlv������8-A.ii-iuaer, Bubumiau, ScbliU, *o, "OLD OBEY BKARD"  SCOTU I WHISKY, Beat Wmoa and Liquora of all klnda;  Tha tJo'ardiBg aad Lodgiag lApartment. uudor tho immbdlata luptrmteudanos ol Mn  Dav������; will bn root d Flnt olaai in urery raipcut.,  BATEfl,  aU oo per day upn/nrda.  asac  and India inalf* aa example* -A, Uiu  aonoiiauij*. ..( tli������- jJavu'o, " \* nlnl*d  that aaoli of the twonty-aoron ahada  atnnda bn an acre ot nround and ta  aatlmated to harbor ?,000 rata nn^or  ita lloora, niaking a tolail rodent nopu*  lakion ol M.nOO lor thoRo doeU, Eauh  tm it clittiK...!, h;I!i t\t)tn*i* ol nt  jpaat a (arthinn a <l,ay, flvin_ii total  yantly \m at, mora than W.W*  f-i  i tyo nnnuail 'nooting ot* tho bo*  I inox Crc-^m^v AaiociitUon. Ltd.,"  will ho Iit������M In t}������*''A������rHcolhiriiJ  Uall, Cimrtsnpir. ori Tbi/^id������jr,  ;,f)wiukry ^at, 10/10. ^"g p." in,  ^V.jjf. D^fro^if,  tJecretrtry.  W>H BALE. W  BENTr-A  giwxlliouaiiliniVrilriO acroa olnlmr*  ed Until W .i Ani*i������w������.8iiiMlwick.  All local fieini of ii *buiine������  I  ersistent Advertising  reduces  rpfit in every kind of business,   /  (_\4*mmm9/nepp  The cplumns of the News are always open for more Advertisements,    Try a good big ad,  _  In Jcb Printing   we print anything from a  BIO   POSTER  '*-  to a  Stamee ^ana.  ^.S^^  ���������Mb  The Rcv.Irl  R.tlldkn  AI-  mnnac.  'I'di* 100ft, rotuiy Nov, 15. 19Q8  hest t'Vur sent out, hcfttttiftil covers  in colors, flno portrait, of Pcof.  Hicks' in color*/, till thu old ftat-  tiroR an*.' Royvrnl now ones in the  hook. Tho ho������t nstVoiioinlcal  '���������Hieka Weather Foreent-.tR." By  imiil 8oc,  dn   news MkikIb 80c.  One copy free with Word -nud  Worka, the heat $1, Monthly in  Aineriei.. Discounts on nlimtiinci  in qiinfitiric.fi. A^nts wanted.  Word and Worki l'uhliahlng  Co., 2201 LoctiBt Street, St. I.oula  Mo. Kvery citiwn owf������ it to him-  aelf, to.ili.fullofo*Mij| to l������iof.  Hicks to po8**a������B the rtHick*"' fore  eitnta,���������tho only rolinhle,  Leiue C'omox, Monday, 7 l'. di.   Ariiye  at Unioi., Moiday, 8 p.ni.*-  - Lt-ove TJiniuu, Tue.day, 5 a. in.    Arrive  at Ntuiaimo, Tuetdi), at 11.30 n. in.     ���������*  Jjeuvea Nmiiino, Tii*sdaj, a-  i p, tn.  Arrive at Vaiicuuvtr, Tividay, ft *p.tx.  Cttlliig at \\\v Poi la* beu tiei'jbt,ji������i������d  pa&KUfcern ctler.  Time ta^lp effective  Optotwr   l8t,,1807.  NORTH BOUKDtc-ltend ��������� 1 cun  Papaougei Tfaica  ^Statjopf,  Victor!*^  ShuvMii-jraii,  CibWa Hill,  Onwidhan.  Knbil������h  Dai-cunV}  Muidciim,  Wi'-.Umline,  Oiivoiaioun,  Liuly.intih,  Si uth Wullingtpp.  Niinalmo,  Wtlliagtoa,  Daily  Dt. QM  0.04 '  lp.22  If*  11.ii  ll .1  *{���������*>'  ���������      12,1  Vl.'i*  8|iii(iav  Sat,  -No; *  Dt. is CO  .6 U  "10.16  10,18  10.30  10 41  10.47  **,*.   t  17 tt  n it  lb.r  lb.sli  At 12,53   ArlU^  SOUTH BOUND-Jtead Up.  Victoria,  Ruiirti,  i*jk������-������iiigr,n,  .������  C*\>1\. Hill,  Cow Ichau,  Knk4l������h,  Uttticun't,  H..||lM4ll|i(  Wvilhitnn,  Chinialnuf.  UU)*>Nliltl-i  ..  Aonth Wtllioatoa,  Kaadnxi  WvliiuBton,  FARM FOR SALK. Situated  nt Prtt'bvlllo, twonty miles from  JVi-utftimo, on the roud to Cum her*  land, flvo rtttroa clctii'od, fruit War-  ing orchard, two ncres, logi nil  hnrimd off, two ncres tdaalied, good  cuma-^v, ...tl.tu uiul p!a.tC".'t.'(! '.'*i'l  u������v*������iy piiiiikiii wlnVkt'ii h-iui-v i^iii)  oorala, horao Urn, and oilier out  hnildiuga, Will fell cheap for cinti  The t*arm conslBtR of ten ncvei In  all, Irotittng ou anil waler, Apply  to Nelaoii Parka, Parkaville'Poil  OfBce,B.C  No, 8  Ar, 12,(6  , 12 02  10 fit  '.0,18  '       10.40  10,1-3  10 OH  lew  tt,47  K.S7  9'it  Da, 11,00  Ar. 8 fill  ������������������������  8 IS  liti 8,00  I8.8P  18.61  17.85-  17,10  J7.1?  17.08  1713  <   10 ������8  ibia  mn  18 iff  D*. 1(11  Ar. 1048  lf.27  16 11  Da. 16.00  NOTICE  Any porRotyir rwranna, cntlhi/?.  remo*?Iiig or taking any hhnika,  timber oy wood, of any deaerirttfodn  belonging t,o tha Wellington Col*  Herj* Co'.y,, or. from ������^ off (lie land  uf tU aniti Co^jany, will hu pjCOii-  t*ttie*i tpifte full enieti\ of tho l������w.  ' F. ^ Lluk  -Superin^'hdent  \VellInprt> ������>i������t*nj Co,,.  Thouiand Mie and Commutation Tic*  ken on Mir, fc'ootl ovei rail and ttt.u���������tt  ���������mu, ai 1*1) tnd oritliall ctnti p������r -fiiiU.  Special iraina and ueni'ieii fpr Exc-jr  iioiu, and itdured rutifor purliei may  be arranucd fm nn application to t|if  Dim .'mm. Ak?*?* ,,t \-ninria,  Ibe Cow pap ��������������� rtierv������������ Ilia rlghl to  charge witticyt previoea notice, anaate^i  tmii.nm ii������ii-.������ mi.m !���������* *..   : I   JrVrr'.'T*JJ  F-xnirnma Vhlrmt* on Kale lt���������m and tp  ���������*\l Simicna, good lor going journey hay,  urdayand Sunday, ^i^rning nut iaiet  han Mopday. 1  J, W. TROU1', Ota. Hap, ������-ft Coaat fi.r.  f^ t rnnrfTKFY, m-t. m at*** A������  I* THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  WATSON'S  II fl-fi'R BEER  The drink of strong men ami healths-women. *\ ?  UNION BREWERY  Drink  U. B. Q.. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co..  liSv  Nanaimo B.C.  Goto  ieoteli Whiskies.  TheHUDSONS BAY CCT  Soje A gents, for. 8. C  NOTICE  -* .     ^  Every Monday and  Friday. I  will be iu'town   to deliver Fresh  flutter and4all kindsuf Vegetables  and al-io 20 tons of potatoes;  will  aell cheap.  Chiu Yeuk,  Sandwick.  Vehicles, Implements,  Incubators, Etc.  JOHN McLEODS  I  FOR- FIRST.'JLASS  J   i  ������   CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS '4 TOBACCOS  % Hunden  Etc.  I**.'.,4,.* ..**���������*>���������*> i *..,-, .*.  'l  l  imk  . lml**V*V*l l*  Every Tool  For-rtliB-r---.-  Farmer.  SPORT  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  KODaTdGUN  II you Ilka to reid of tho txptrltnttt ol  tntlert, tbootert ind ctmptrt or ytetulntt  or II you ire Imereiied In i.-ountiT llft.tik  your atvidtaltr for Fortsl and Strum.  or vrlio for Ire* tptclrata copy, or tend  ivejity.fivt vuu* for four mttkv trial trip.  Vail ani Strtam I* a lirgt llluatratad  weekly |aurnal,wbl������hoonM<a* tht toltowlttg  departrntatm  flttat Baa ar.** Can,      NklaralllUtory,  St1 -.na Kivtr Fiahln/t. YachtTa*  ThfSp*rlimiinToui*i������l, Ct.notlnJ.  Kill* and Trap, Ktnatl.  Wa tend frtt our cttitotua of tht bin booke  , on outdoor lilt aad rtertiilon.  FOREST AND STRC IN PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, New York City.  ������������������������������������>..������.. . *���������������������������*.....  .... mwm������m.m*mlm*m.m  ....  ...���������_���������.. ._..._���������......������������������.���������  ���������I' .   I   .   i   4^1   i.i   4   ���������  Prices  and   Quality  guaranteed  "H-H-H-H-H-l*  Walworth-Rolston Co.m'  H. So R0LST0N,  Managing Director..  Vanoouver, Be- C.'  See E. C. Emde. Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  ;; Cumberland Livery f  :: and Feed Stable...  ,*  |   JOHN    BRYDEN  , Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS-  ,, RIGS:. OF : ALL  KINDS  .  .'.'..���������  -  * Brusque Brahma.  A young Hungarian vioHniat, who  was continually talking about his  wonderful skill and groat lamo, had  hia flatterioa addroaaod to Brahma  cut abort with tbs bruaqua remark^  "More Anger exerolae and fewer  phraaea, young man I"  A young woman who  played  the  {tianoforte aakod the ooropoaer aa to  ho advisability of giving a concort  In Vienna,  "Are you aU readyI*" inquired  Brahma,  "Certainly, dear inaatart   May  I  .play aomeUiing tor your"  !   "Oh, no, no I   I meant only havo  you a \n\e town and gloveaP"  *Yea, air."  1   "Pity i othorwlao I ahouid hava ad*  l?laed you not to give tho ooiicort,"  ***��������� ... , -  T. m  ������, Sumatra.  Sumatra la thewestornmoat of tho  i Dutch Indian' pnaaeaaiona and one ot  the larvoat Inland* In the world.   M  ita teparated from Java in the aouth  by tha atralt ol 8umU. memorable  for IU volennlo ditturuanoo. The  northern portion embraena tlie aul*  tanaU ol Acho. and in tho duya o(  Queen Hllaabeth and Jamea l��������� when  Kngland wont niubiuuindura to Ida  ���������otirt, Aeha waa  a treat kingdom,  **.**?_, m'i   r'*"r*-'   ^'6,,   **" Wwt   '������������������'������������������"���������'  ' TV AetaMee hava never aekoowt*  edged the aupnmtauy oi Uia iiuieh,  and over ������#>,*9*>,*0Q htm baen apent  In endeavors to anbdue this race of  warrlera. Houth of Aeha ia a largo  diatrlot oeeupted by tha Bettake, a  tiihe that haa praetload cannibalism  lor eeniiirKra.  neeaw ftaaaa-ntoiy.  Ther tteed wdnta a roproduaUoo  of Um Venot ot Melna,  ���������'He* luutda muat have been ka*r_M-  ���������al," aald one,  "*fery,*t asae-nted the ether. "I weav  Am what position ttn-y ware lur",  "I have a Uwoev that ahe waa re-  Cmnimi um buaku at (mt tolM. One  Ml mtAatUs held a email mirror."  "Am the other a rwwd*r ptaf. ehf  9m% that tbewrjr wea't wadt."  ''And why notf*  "Had aha been at her lotto her  ������MMth wwtttd ban* enmn t������U el hair*  peat.  NOTIOE.  Hiding oh locomotives and   rail  wuy enre of  the   Union  Colliery  Company hy any person   irt per*  9ons---3xcept inin crew���������u- strictly  prohibited.    Employeee  nre euh*  iec te oiamiaaal for allowing 8am-  Uy order  Fkancw J). LlTTli  . Mi-na^ei*  c  H  Q  I  C  E  S  T  iti seiason at  ,#���������...  ���������!���������'!������������������  D. HUNDEN'S  Notice is hereby given that Thirtj  Days after date I intend to apply ta  tho HonotiruLle Chief Com_ds������iou������r  of LandH aud Workn for a lAoonso to  prospect for coal aud petroleum ua-  der llie foreehore and under the na*  ,ter on thc lands-'in and oppoaita  ^ilde9 Island,"Sayward District, Bri-  Siuh Columbia. ' ' .  ** Coiutner.cing at a post planted on  the sou berach 2 miles southerly from  the N.\V* corner orf Cape Mudge Indian Rosorw> post, Valdes Island.  Sayward Distriot; thence duo -west  80 chaina; thenon due south 80-  ohains; thence due east 80 chains i  thence due north 80 chains to platf*  of comra-cneeniont. *^       -T  ..Dated this tietti day of Nflvomlwr,  JOHN JOHNS.   '  K. Priest, Ageat.  The Oxford Chancellor  range.ie Ihe beet value in an  all-steeL ranpre offered to the  people of British Columbia  to day.  It is handsome in appearance, solid in construction,  designed by competent, ex-  p-rionced stero-huildersi and  let up by skilled workmen.  Before you purchase a  range, examine some of the  outstanding features of the  Oxford C haneellor.  It will appealto your jud-  gement-grivc you satisfaction  when vou buy-and prove to  the hilt every claim our  agents make for it..  ,  *  I wood  ;j iind Coal  \ Hauled  -\, Dunsimtir Avenue  CUMURRLANU,   H. C  Wood'iPlionAftdla^  ���������m muut  tAtaey,  terrh(*a,  ' -Jff"-  mat an4 JnYlawmtatitba whoro  in3* main ityrril./kit  .. Mei*.Kmi*i(et,*. Sim*  Tetlt_ofMM*er Ktetitt*  . ���������![ ������rMr*Iaia or lnall>ir Jn  '. on raealnt tdpn^^wtmmf\M  tne. ken Woetf Me*W_a__i. __,  Cotton Root Compowd,  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  ;   For the SprlnRTrnde "  Tented Stock, Seed*   for Farm  ' Garden, or Conaervalory,  front tho liei������t ^rpwera, in Knghini.l  Knnoi*.-Holl.itid, Uni.edStates, .  .flnd^Onnada.  Friitt, aiid Ornanientil Trrofj  SfiiiilT Frultc, homegrown  ff-artililtra. Dee Supplier 8|ira>inR  M alerUl*. Cut  Khwera. oto.  llo'paifeUA^AtoaUK PKKK.  M.   J.    HENRY  Oreaihouiee, Seed Iloua.a and Foat  OfBee Addra a,  801O WISTMUfiTHI* AOAD.  Branch Ntiraery, loath Vanaouvar.  Syaopais   of Canadian   Homastaad  Begulatione,  A uy available Dominion Dands within  tlii Railway Belt ln liritish Colamb-n,  'mny tie Uouientendeii.bynuy per,g<in'.l"Vho  la tbe sole bead nf a family, or nuy tnale  ovtr 18 yeara (if age, to the extont ot one  quarter Beotioii of 10) aor js. moie or lets  Kutry mu*<tbe nvilapiraonnllyat the  local land officio for the district in wliloli  tlie Inn.I U aituate. Entry by proxy  mny, however, ba made on crtnin ogo.  ditiona by the father, mother, son, dnueh  ter b-other or sinter vt and mtoudlng  bom* atomUr,  . Tho bomef tender in required to perform  tha conditions eonnooted therewith  .under one of t'ie following plniin-  y' (1) At leaabnix uiontba' reKidenoe upon  and oultlvutioa ot tha land lu eaoh year  (or three yenrg.  (1!) If tho fnthor Cor mother, If the  father iadooaaned). of the hnmcetender  roaidea upou a farm In tlie vioinity pf the  Innd cnt-reil fur, tlm rovniromeiita aa tn  rwiilonce mny bo autiaflad by auoh porann  realdl'-g with Ihe father or mother.  (A) If tlu aottler.baa liia permiinent ro*  nldence upon farming land., ownted Uy  hlm in the vioinity of bit liontextead, the  rti-,u'roiiieuta nat������ reaidonee may be aat*  fled by realdenoe u|K>u tha anid Innd.  Hix mmitlia' notiee in writiog abould  he given tn the Commiiiiotinr nf Domin*  ion Landa nt Ottawa of Intention to np  ply for patent.  UdAi������-*(.niil mining rlgbti may bo  e'aaed for a period of twenty-one yaara  nt nn nnunal rental of II pur itore.< TCot  more than ),5flO aoret tlmi I bo leaaad tu  ana individual nr company. A royalty  at the rate of tive uanla per ton atinll be  (Millaolod on tho nu relmntablo eonl mined  W. W. oonv.  Hrputy nf tbe Miolater of the Interior  N.n. -Unnulhorlaail juibliontion nf tlm  advartiaemant will not bo paid for.  2  'U*  Notice is hereby giyon thai Tblrtf  Days aftor dato I intend to apply to '  the Honourable  Chiof  Commie-loner  of. Lunds and Works for a License to '  proapfct for conl aod petroleum un-."  der tho foreshoro and under the wa*'  ter on the lands in and. opposite Val-  d������a Island, Sayward District, Britisb  Columbia.  Commencing; at a. post plaetad oa  tlio .sea beach l mile ro u ther ly front,  tho N.W. corner of tfape Mudgo In- .  dian Resorvo post. Valdes Island;  thonce due Wost 80 chains ; thonce  due South 80 chains; f hence duo Bast  80 chains; thonco due North 80  chaius to placo of* commencement.  Dutod this 26th dny of November,  1908. .   '..   ..  B. ^JUBST.  Notice is hei*Vby given that Thirty.  Dnys after date I intend to apply to  tho Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a License to  prbspect for coal' and' petroleum under the foreshoro and under, the water on the lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Sayward liistrict, British  Columbia. .     *-.  Commcncinjj; at n'post planted on  the sea beach nt tho S.B. corner   of  Cape Mudgo    Indian    Pesorve post,'  Valdes Island, Sn^vord District, an-l  bong also the S.W. corner of L.1A7; .  thonce due South 40 chains;   thonco  due F.nst 80 chains: thence due North '  80 chnins; the-nco due West 10-c.i-**U>s.  more nr less to Hiph Water 5l������rk ou  sea   beach;'   thonco    South Westerly  nlon������   .-said    sea   l>each to place   of  commencement.  Pntod this 2fith clay of ^November,.  1908.  FANNIIC M.  MACGOWAN.   -  13. Triost, Agent.  Notice is hereliy given that 'Thirty*  Days after dnte 1 intend--tor apply; to,-  tho  Honourable, Chief  Commissioner,,  "^"Eands-aiTil Works for a License to"  prospect for coal und jHjtroloum un-,  der the, following described lands and  'under the foreshoro and undor the  water on tho lands in and .opposite  Valdes Island, Say word Wstrict, British Columbia.  Commencintf at a post planted on  tho sea bcuch 1 milo southerly from  the J*iW. corner of Cape Mudge Indian Iteserve post, --Valdes Island,  Sayward District; thence, dua East'  70 chains moro or low to a post.on.  tho extrome Ktistern bo'juitary of th������  HHbl'IndiHii IWsono; thon'fo due south.  80 chains along paid Eaetern boundary of Indian KoHerver, thenco dua  Wewt 70 chains; thenoe duo Nortb 80  chains to place of conuneiicemnnt.  Dated this SKith day of Novembor,  1908.  ,   nov MACOOWAK,  &,. Triost, Agent. wj.  For Sale in Cumberland  by t LBATE,  Magnet Cash Store*  ynilatorofl wWeamsneaoaB  -^.mi.  f"isi  B.6.  Wrf  lNSUKANCfi;  ^EvX.w^_b4_ ^hai^jal ^T mamwjm.  x ire   anct   Juie  Fir llij{ K'.ltiivtt for  Hire lyMiiaii-te cull and get  lutei*. before iuauriujj.  Wesley Willard  Agent furthc Royal  of 1 'verpool.  g__ ______*_a___ _iaaaA*  ffa/f ���������fWf ���������ftwwvfw WTTf WWW  ...i      .* f*-*rr,t:;V:, -  ���������Hieil   IM  M***!4*. *m,,i*t   >  The Courtenay H otel  Every oonvonlanee for gutili.  Va* Ca-_Ua* SUw.l tit Sgirttxt*'-  KtMie Ian the Ileal of Wiaciand Vi\nor-,  4 ' "*  at the Uarv  IIATKfl        NIAtUNABLt  Notico ia hereby given that tThlrty.  Dnys after dnte 1 lutond to apply, to  thu ilonoiirnble Chief CoiuinfaHldnfr  of Irfinda and \Vorks for a Lioenoe ���������������������  proapect for conl and potroloum uu*  drr tbo iortahoro and undor tho wa*  tor on'Wiaiiila in and opppaile Valdes Thin nil, Hay want Diatrlot, liritish  Ooliimblii.  Commonelnsr at a post plantod on  tho men beach at lha N.W. rnrner nf  Cnpo Mudge Indiun Iteserve post,  Viildca Isliind, Hnyward I-lntrlct ;  thenci* duo I'lnat 80 chnins; thonco  dun Rmith HO rhnina; Ihenw due  Wnr������t 80 chains! thenre duo North HO  chains to placo nf rnm!i.><nr������mi'<nt.  Dnted Ihia ������'th day nf No'i-mber,  MAttlA dASVi IMURBT.  W. Priest, Agent,  Notico is Ijoroby givon that Thirty*  Dnys aftor date I intond to apply to  tho Honourable Chiof Cnmmiaalouer  of IaiuIn ami Works for a Lioonae to.  proapect for pool and potroleum undor the foreshoro "and under tho wa*  ,tor on tho lands in and oppoaito Val*  den Island. Snywnrd District, Hrlt*  isli Columbia,  Commencing at a post plantod on.  the r������i bpncli st the N.W. corner of  Capn Mudgn - indiun Itsanrve post,,  >Vaides Irlnitd, 'SHaywur-d D'strlct;'  tKoneo duo Wert. 10 chains; thence dua.  South 80 chains; thenco duo Rait 40  chillis; thenon duo North Wl chains  to plant of cnintnoncenient,"  lintnd this S������th day of N'ovemlior,  11108.  MAX, MACaoWAN.  10, Prl^at, Agent.  NBW  CLIPPER  II THI tfllATIlT .  THEATRICAL 1 SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  14.00 NrYitr,   Sli0i Ciff, io ett  IUCB0 WKWU.T.  0AMPLI COPY Full,  Not Ice In herclir given that Thirty  l>s,vs nfter Unto I lnt������ml to npply to  Uh* Hoi-ouraM* Chief Commlaiil'inor  of Unds and Worka for a lAroaun tn  proaptvl for coal nnd iwtroleuw nn*  dor Uio followiuil dfecrllM**! ������on*������a ait  usto In    Bayward Piairtct.   ltrlllah  Cnlutubla. . >,,  i   Comnwnrlwr at a post plantwl   at  ,lho K,F��������� cnrni'r ������f Timlmr \*aie No,"  , ���������������������; Ihence due West 411 (ha'na: thence  j due Vnrlh .'10 chnl'a  I bene ������������������> due Wast  40 chains;   then***4 ,il*������    Hnulh   HO  rhelmu *n ?ili,i*e of ^nwmenivment.  I    Dated this 3Mli day uf  tittm,  ��������� nov vnw*r  I ' V.. VvUml, Xgeet  Notice is hereby jfiven that Thirty  Dny, after (Into I intond to opply to  thn Honourslilo I inof Cnnimiasiiiner  of l^inds and Worka fnr n laeenae to  prosfiect for conl mid pelrolmim undor the following detcrlbod landa alt*  uate Tn Hnywurd District nml lining  I.. 71, Qiiinaam Hiver Indian lie*  aorvn.  Comnienrlng 111 ,tho North Weat  eornor of sold H-wr-vo; tliaiuv duu  K.nut -10 chnins moM or Ions to tha  North Knot rumor nf snld Keaervej  thonco due Ho'ith .M fhnlr.a more or  less in lhe Souih Knel. comer of aald.  Il������wiirvi������, thenco tint* Went T5 rlmtna  inoie nr laiN <.> (lw Houlh Woat Mir*  nor nf a.ii'l H.'������rvo nn Qulnanm II1''-  er; tbtwnro North tSwlsrly alonf  Qiiiii:.;.ni Illver I iv the North Went  corner of Jlenerve plane ef commeiioe-  pteni  Dated thta 3M-h dajr of Novembr,  lorwi  Mil VIA VRIWr  K. rritat, Ajttat.  John (Johntton*   Prop  4imi*-x  fM������KO*J������"WI.W.(W),  .j. Wll'tQII****44  '** ���������mm.mteetmkee'rem  n.im.n.i 11 ���������  fou hai>;  ���������tlttruy Iml I r*\vt*a fr/.m firat  prixv atock.--Apply to Win. Hull*  tan, Sftoitwkk.  1 ��������� ������������ ��������� r " i  " * " ** **'  ;Get your'Job Printing  clone at thc News.  ,   OU>   KKWSPAl'EnsToTwl  8A!*K AT THR K������w# OFFICE  ecntarierllllNnnKn.  .....������.>��������� ������**"'  Kmletvia H#f#������li* eivee I'mt Thirty  Nm-embor. j $,,yH nf|Ar da 10 1 intontt to apply to  ib>- (M.iimn������>.". <,.'������'.' Vi>mii.,***it)i4er  nt ]j*iul* and Wurtia.for a Incense tn  prnapecl for cojI end petroleum Un-  , oVr the followm* rt������tcr*l������������4 lan������-# t>ndl  under   the, farrahnri' and ������nd������r  tha ���������  tlio innrje <n and ofi-poalte.  uum i������.*u>., Ant **,-,, IKAi'i '., Htl  ttah, t'nlvmnia   ,  r-ntaaiwrii-jrii at* a T*v* plantert nn  Hie ana licafh, 2 tnilea etvitherly fr<Hn  the N.W. rorntr nt Cap* Vet** Indian. ft***** p������ai, vaMea 1alaefr  aa.ward fUatrici Theaee d������ie tem  70 cha hit more or tea* in a meet tyi*  wtf t������w m, ci'tom nf 1. \A1. eta*  the 1Satsef*i Itmmdar;' i-f MM (Ilf  Tn-t'i'i lleeene *hnnen tjm  eerttot   rt   Qn'.nmm tt"-w Tn-j**V% ������������" r*������v.re xtrntm 4v������9fte* H      Vemw-e   %jat 71* Hmeer  ttnoUbtr*. *ibe������*f# due %i*r*A 99 Aa^Mt  Votlh .11 eltetna. ibewe* Uae F������ea' *���������>.���������-. plow- tf **_*_***������****_*���������    ....  dish-i* ������e> ******* ed ewtmmrmtmmmnt.    I   IKitiv* ini* l"Wi *ti*f tit rttmrnmaw*  naM ������������ia Wlh .fey ot nwvee+rr, \ tatbt  IMW.  iatw letm*  _u ., alw*rtam\, Affm*.  Notice tn hereby fflvcn that Tlilrl4/  1>nrs afiir .I01*. I f������t������H u, a*������|Uv toiwet-.r nn  the Honoitreb'e Chief Cnmwitiaionee  of lAiids snd WittY* tnr a t<ienn������e to  proapect f������.r conl nikI tietroloum tin*  d-M* lh������������ followina de^HbH lands alt-  nml,. tn Siymaid IV'trlrt, nrttlaH  Colutnbia  CtmnrmHne a* * t***** kf.iant*������d et  tbe metier of f^������* 0*. om tbe Btiitlh  boundary ot aeld Un AA. Ih**-f* due  Sotif. Jlf chaina; t-Hw^-e ���������lw* Weat  au rhatnti mote .w lest, to th������ :t.i..t'.! lf<i't������t  blUM'     *mmmA,        ml        <%.���������������������>������������������    T7.VWT     f������,,  . ������W^*%  ������1������an  t������riv tiumir.  R IMeal. THE KEWS, bUMBEBLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA-,  WATCH  THIS  Next Week  STODDART    The Jewel*  ii  ���������MSHMaMMMteMMBMM    IHIM������millHIIIIIII  e  S. ISAKA,   PROPRIETOR  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  ��������� from 5ao to ������35 c All Work First Class  3?eWect Fit Guaranteed.  ������������<M������ee������������������*������������������4������a3������<2d5������*W     96���������>94>>B999&999999i>9*99  ( cumberland city  council.  Statement for the year 1998.  RECEIPTS,  Cash bal. brought for'd   330 30  Dog tax.... . *     8600  Band stand, collections 68 50  Bank loan on drain acct 1500 00  Night watchman.....    479 75  Trade licenses   Road tax......   Scale account   Scavenger   Hall account........ ���������  Police court   Real estate tax*......  Drain account  Bank on sewer....    1500 00  2277 50  316 00  29 00  1189 50  73 *5  637 95  1958 10  685  369* 67  Certified correct.  FRANK   PARTRIDGE  City Auditor for 1908  Total  $894* 70  . President Roosevelt and Common!  Honesty.  "In these last daya of 1'residont  Eoosevelt'a administration it is a  pleasure; to think how often in  the6ecoluins we hare hnd the privileges of agreeing and disagreeing'  with htm," writes the editor of  Woman's Horae Companion for  January. '*Mr. Eoosovelt lias  made mistakes, as he would be the  last to deny, hut ho has done the  country one soryice which is not  '^^itlBn~TOrtlre~Btattite~bboks"or-"on  the statute books or on the records  of bis official achievements. He  has promoted in the papers which  the people read, and, more important, in tho minds of the people  themselves, au active diaenssion of  questions that had become shelf  worn from neglect. He has given publicity to the Ten Cnuiniand-  ments; ho has refurnished the  Beatitudes; he has popularized  Common Honesty, For these  things let ns give him credit."  .p.,���������  , m* 11. 1.    ���������  There is going to bo a boxing  tournament on Saturday Jim. 80th  in the Cumberland Hall, between  Kid Brown and Young Jones.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end servioe  between Vancouver,  N'anaimo, UUtoo, Comox, by  the,  fltetl Clyde built twin foipw  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as tinder���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8 p-nr  Arrives Nanaimo,  Saturduy 12pra  Arrives Unioa, Sunday 6 a m  Arrives Comox,  Sunday8am  *v   Returning:���������  Leaves Comox, San-Jay i p m  Lctcb Usi������������ Sunday 5pat  Arrives Nanaimo, Sunday 11 p at  'Arrives Vancouver Mouday 7 a ta  Stage have*; Onion for Cumborlanl ������v-  tsry Sunday moraiag on arrival of^OW-  IOHAN;" and leaves Canberlaad Hotel  at 1 pm, oonneofta-f with tttamer at  Uaion.'   ' " .  -Q ���������  ������������������IMtfMMMtMOMit  CARD OP THANKS,  mm       *  Mrs, Delaney and fatuity take,  this opportunity of thanking* nil  the dear friends and neighbors who  su kindly assisted in life's greatest  trial, anil who have bean with us  iu our bereavement and by kind  words and kindly acts have tried  to lesion onr sorrow,  The boxing tournament to be  given on Jan'y 80th; prom f sun to  be ono of the biggest attract ious  of the sermon,  Funeral Direc-i  tor and  Em-i  balmer  EXPENDITURE  Advertising account..  Baud stand..........  Fuel   Draiu acc'i  new sewer #1864 74  Drains ....      93 02  75 30  64 65  ao 00  Tool account.   Dog tags.. .*...  Council  chambers....  Night watchman......  Jail acccouut  Building uew cell...  Election account......  Fire pritectiou,.,....  Road tax���������refund..,..  Scale account  Inspection fees.  Light accouut. streets,  City hall & police court  Scavenger account....  Hall account.*   Health account.......  Stable account  G. Winger $   6 00  li. Crawford 103 60  7W;Bryard~28"50-~  $1957 76  8 50  3 25  3 20  50a 00  45 34  46 50  8 85  2 00  4 00  438 ������5  366 00  46 02  134 60  A.H.Pcaeey  S. Leiser.."  R.Grant&Co  H.Mitchell  Water......  Sundries....  a 00  4 00  j 37  54 30  4 50  5 20  STATEMENT   OF     RECEIPTS  AND EXPENDITURE OF  PUBLIC AND  HIGH  SCHOOLS FOR 1908  Teachers' salaries.......; ..$5,410.00  Janitor..................   450 00  Repairs to school and put*  ting in glass........  Scavenger........ ......  Supplying and repairing  blinds.,  Water rate.  Secretary's salary.....,,:  Postage....'..;........   '"..  Insurance policy, 3 years.  Painting-.......... ....  Coal........ ..........  Drawing .models........  Ulobe.  Map  Chalk  Glass and hardware.....  Freight, hauling <fe wood  Dues to Trustees' Ass'n..  Painting windows and  blackboards........  Lum. e-\...............  Atlveriisiug ������fe incidentals  ���������?��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������!-��������������������������������� -WHWH-mM-IMMH  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  >���������������,������������������  99 50  55 00  14 10  15 25  25 00  3 50  120 00  75 00  76 50  16 50  9 25  10 00  4 80  134 45  43 95  3 00  14 50  ~16&)  65 97  Tot 1 expenditure    $6,062 87  House       Raising;    He*  ������ ti'ewlng  tt  Powndatlon*!  ��������� Carcftill? Atteu c  Cumberland, li. C.  Cumberland Public  aiid High School..  Isolation hospital....  OtHce account  Assm't"& tax  notices etc 29 00  Auditor.... 10 00  Postage.... 4 00  Telegrams.. 9 95  Stationery... 6 05  Heuiou'sAgy   t 25  ?q9 37  J900 43  9 95  TAX   NOTICU.  COMOX   AB8K8SMENT DIS-  TUIGT*  Notice is hereby given in ac  cordanco with the Statutes, that  Provincial Ueveinio Tax antl all  Asaflssod Taxes and Income Tax,  and School Tax ai&ets"d> nnd levied  under tlm **A������Mft*u.<mt,-Avt' aud  ftibomliiitti.t*, ant (tne ait^ payable  on tho Z11U day ul Jnnum������ I'd'.'J.  All tnxesuoUec'a'iie iui tiie O-uuu  Assessment* District are dire and  payablo nt iny uffieo, sltuatod at  tits Goverutnaut OftIj^Cifinber-  lond.Tbts notice in tenna of law  if ���������qalvaJeiit to a personal demand  by mt npon all persons- liable, for  raxes, ..''���������'''"..'.';'.': '.-'������������������'������������������������ ���������  Dated at 0������rotorlan41*. 0. %  14th day of January  1000.  JOHN I1AIUD.  Deputy Asootaor and Collector Co  mot Assessment Dietrict, Cumberland Poat Of fie..  mmm*mmmmm+mmmmmmmmm  Un, Swan, of Denman Island was  a passenger hy Wwlnt-aUj*! boat,  -*��������� ���������  I. W* Twk, of Victoria arrived  by Wednesday's boot.  Prof Goldwin Smith, writing on  "The Ciisis of Jndln" iu t)ui Jan  nary Cnnudiau Magazine, snys:  Some day thu end must come, It  Is impossible that* a race should  rnlo f never In n land in, which it  ciinnot rear its children,* !t\\*  coining msy be hastened by this  grent movement of the Kust', of  which the initiative may come  from Japan. But at present, if  military power remains in thu  hands of the governing race, aa it  iceiua likely to do, though there  mny be, and probably will lie dis.  turbnnoe, it is difficult to soo from  what qtiurter revolution oan come,  j fatitora of revolutionary journals  are not generals, nor will an noil ri Mod nnd unarmed populace face  the cannon. Native princes have  armies more numerous than efficient but none ot ih������*ui have shown  any disposition to revolt or appar  eutly hav* as much to gala at thay  have to lose by revolution* Over  tlio actual crisis at present there i������  a veil whicii will presently bo rais  e<l.  Police court  Fuel.,...... 5 00  P.P.Harrison 55 00  Mr. Palmer 5 00  60 25  Sundries  Insurance,.   48 50  Guiding..    153 50  O.H.Tnrbell   14 15  W.McLellau  18 15  J.Bmdshaw    16 *5  Interest on  .  overdraft.... 68 45  ,,, Siuidnes.... 22 85  piiicoadt on ���������'���������'���������'���������'   ���������'  .,.cheau^,,.* ...r.ii.po,  65 00  Salary���������Utty Olerk..*,  Salary-*���������-Magistrate ..  Salaries  JoeBoiiw   $17000  R, Hornal    850 00  T. Wilson    510 00  3341 85  300 00  300 00  spectfully submitted,  THOS. H. CAREY, Sec'y  Titos. Bannbrman, -Chairman  Jan'y, 1909���������Found correjt.  Frank Pakthidge, Auditor.  Jan'y. 6tti, 1909  RECEIPTS.  -rotal-Gov't Grant,to-jiub���������   lie and high school..$3610 75  Ditto to Camp Pupils'....    753 70  High School fee*     198 00  City of Cum1 e land  1900 42  C-creAL. 83,900,000  KxaxaVK, $1^00,000  Aasrra,   *W6,400,000  Tntp'otm, $98,700,000  Money Orctero *=a-sr-=  Rates.  05 and under        - ���������        aCenta  Over $5aud not exoeediDifflO 6C>enta  Over $10 and n ot exceeding $30 1', I'enta  Ovar $30 and uot exceeding $50     15 Cants .  TheaaMonay Ordera are payable without  cobt in nny   CharUrad 9  Bank iu Canada.  Interest Added Four Times a Yoa.  In Savings Bank.  A. B. NETHERBY,   Ma*a ~~"  ���������-������������������������>���������������:  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS (DADE TO   ORDER A|4D  Ifl ANY STYliB YOU CUISH.  PER3ETCT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  cRtyht Price furniture Storel  Wa are now showing partinalnr varafe* iu Wall P������pur, 1009 pattern*  Linolrun-s, Lace Curtninn, Rors, Blankets -t-ml Comfortere. * A  full liuo of Sideboards, BufTa-.ts, thin* Cobiuets, Dressera and  8tands, MusicCabineta, nnd ninny otber artcl.-s of esoeptional  valuaa as Xmas precaata.  Duriug the mouth ef Docember every dollar left ia onr sh p, si  ther on account or for eueh, will entitle you te one ohauca for tha  Big Frizes now showi-'jf iu our window, to be drawn for Xmas Eve.  ^    The Right Price  Tot nl receipts  $6,662 87  Certified correct.  P. PARTRIDGE  Auditor for 1909  Com pie'ion of list of presents  to Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Grieve. Mr.**.  W. IJ. Walker, preserves and latin*  dry bag; Mr, and Mrs. Birkett.  table cloth; Mr, and M iss Nellist,  clock; Mr. and Mrs. S. J PierpA  silver lierry set; Mrs, Turnbull  tiul J, Turnbull, tablecloth; Jaiiice  Whyte, rocking chair; Mrs, W.  M. Urquhart, silver salt'and pepper dish; Miss A; L. Iluudtui,  photo frames; Miss Q. Abrains,  Btigiw bowl and pitchor;  Mayor Hall, was elected iti Vic*  toria by about 400 majority.  Furniture Store,  A. MoKINNON,  J.H. COLLINS  *)  Manager.  Q&@QQ������W ������������������$G������<������������^^  |^������(������^Xs>i>iXEi������>3^^ (a>a>SX5������������(S*���������)^^  Now Come and See  What I Have Got I  That is good, durable and'fancy in the line of Xmas Jfitd  New Year's Presents.- All iny lines are now complete'in  everything. I now take this opportunity of thanking one  and all of my customers in the past, and hope to serve them  better than ever iu the future.  MoLEAN  ENGRAVING ON ALL PURCHASES DONE FKKR,  xsasti*-������������^^ ������*W*&������*!^^  -   -*.m.m*.A.A^A.mA.*. A. A. m ��������� A. ^____        ��������� ��������� ���������  ������������������ ��������� ��������� A ������������������ ������������������  (p(^(p(F*#*tv^4aj^������a*^vvv'w***8i*sj(*w*#*��������� m  **mm������������������a***'ivvvvt  Snndy Baird'a Grand Concert in  tbo Cumbeiland Hall, on Wednesday evening, January, 20th. Come  everybody aud enjoy a good even-  ug* entertainment. Principally,  lie ir talent.  While in Cumberland Deal Witb  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers ia Fresh and Salt Meats and Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Webster, Manager.  w ��������� , . ..- .*.  fu  Ml  Bobby Barns anoivmnary in  Monday Jan/. 38th 1009. m\l\ he  oJobra'.wl on the alwve date.  ���������- ������ ,e-"*f.,m   The Ladles Aid of One* Metbo-  dlat Church Intend holding their  Anneal Sale and Concert after tbe  February pay.   Particulars   Eater  X530 00  Sidewalk account 5: 05  Cash on baud  Dipukil tu lw)a������ li������uV. *44*3 5>  8941 70  ASSETS  UncoUeoteu out atwnvi  ing 011 renl esute.... too 00  ditto night watchman    5 50  ditto scavenger    ji 50  ditto Dominion Gov't  cheque for draining  uew post oflice 1000 00  I1338 00  MABIUTIES  Balance due  B. C. Fot*  tery Co, sewer aeet   1041 67  Wages due R.S. Rob-  crtoou on fewer  contract.*    1150 00  Overdraft���������Royol  Wnen Hasp Wu TrwrnM.  A brftf-je iilnylog set at nn eastern  university, wbo uaualty turned Btfbt  Into day, uaed te ujipear nt mtinilm*  chapal wllh remnrkable rtfoiarltjr and  were pointed ont as an example by tbt  auttiorlMef. An alteration waa mad*  la tbe time, cbapet let bt-flonln* twill  thirty mluutfs later,.and tli* drat*, waa  astounded to ate thst none et tham  men, no tegular before, was prtaeai  He sent for tbtin and asked tbe rea*  eon.  "Wtlt, air," aald one. -It's like thla!  rVbeo elm-pel waa at tan If pant 1 we  t-iM-ld )m Miiuw/w It, hul wa HW'l  keep awake till 8 o'clock."  On lm,  "Yea," aald Alkali Ike, "a rtmpte */  rear rwocbats radulsNI In a very ftret*  ty selsetlfle scrap dewa at Bad ftwaWs  yentarday.'4  -Ita woaderfnl bow eeel tbeee rel.  lews keep under tbe elrramataiieea."  remsrliMl tbe enatern tourlat  *-Taas: they certainly bave te bt kept  cool, atr-inpr. I itelltvp, for aome rta*  sen er ettwr, tbelr fnntrals ain't to bt  far a couple 0' iaya yaL"  Certainly WtwM.  Ctty alne (te vlllafm- tVeoMa't tt  open your eym te look oeraes at tbat  M tbert awl art one ef ear elty aky.  *-ra|*fB tovartua Ut VttUse Itan-  Waat, I jroraa 1 wonld, at-vln* as t'vt  got twenty hfftd o* cnttle gmtn' tbar*  -nobtioktia.  Om rvnnnt talk eomtantty *ifrbor,t  aajlnj/ fuiHlHb tblit(*.->Cbha|0 Itev**  tft^QtralA  .       ������n-  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BUIXR and  PORTBR." Wholesale. Deulera In all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  1  SECOND    STREET  ittnr^nalMiwiiHnif1  $250 in Prizes:  Given c/lway  every   month absolutely PRRK   with  ROYAL   STANDARD  FLOUR  Bvery 49 lb sack of ROYAL STANDARD FI.OUR leaving  our mills contains a numbered coupon. On the last day of each  mouth 10 numbers will he drawn nud published in the fltst ot is-  sue oi this paper following. To each one holding the duplicates  of these numbers, we will, upon lite leturu to us of the coupon,  deliver free of all charges to any address, u HANDSOME CHINA  DINNER SET of 109 pieces, vnlue f 85.00.  Full particulars on the hack of ench coupon. BEGIN SAVING T11EM TO-DAY. RBMHMBKR We guarantee every  sock of Royal Standard to he the purest, sweetest tnd most whole  some bread floor on the market.    Manufactured only by  Vancouver Milling i Grain Co.. Ltd*  VANCOUVER,   ||. C.  v *


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