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Ladysmith Leader
AND   WGLLINQTON-BXTBNSION  NEWS.
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VOL. 1. NO. 76.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4.1902.
PHICL FIVE CENT?.
LEISER & HAMBURGER
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Always Keep a Fresh Stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES
on hand—prices right. Also a choice
line of Dry Goods. Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and gl'"°" ,,
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Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Bsplanadeand Oatacre Street,
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When Visiting Nanaimo Try
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rORTUND HOTEL
Vhli new hotel has beon completely
turalehed with all modern conveniences.
Bteallaat table, whlto cooking. The
belli inpplled with ths finest wines,
■sonars sad olgars.   Aa eiperienced Inr-
D. H. Davis, Prop.,
Flnt Avenue,     •     Lidyimilh, 0.0,
Ladyemith Dairy
SPRING BROOK FARM.
New Milk, Creamery Sutter, New Laid
Eggt and Freeh   Vegetablei supplied
Dally.   Loave orden at tbe pnt office.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain snd fsocy breed.   Oiku sad pas-
triei of all deicrlptloni.    fruits   in
a-GRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
Thi. new hotel hu been comtortably fninlilc.lei.1 Ihe t iris op to dale.
But accommodation lor transient and permanent boirdere aad lodgue.
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
Tha Esplanade,
Ladyimllh, B. 0.
i«58i»*4-is*i*i*,v;v;w.*.f.w;ss
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA -  AND   -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works, Nanaimo.
Mrmuraoture.* *B
Sod* Water, dinger Beer, Cider, Prult Syrups, Essences, Blttars,
and Carbonated Beverages ot all kinds.
W. E. RUMHINQ,        -       proprietor,  "A""!*
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; Wa ara Agents far
! SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS
Large stock ot English Pishing Tackle, Lacrosse tloodi, Etc
John Barnsley Si Co.,
Victoria, B. C.
"i" i Kodak., Films, Etc.
Agents lor
J. J. Taylor
Plre Proof Safes.      sassa
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•STEVENSON'S-
X Our SPRING and SUMMER clothing shows a marked
T advancement over any of our previous steps in tue line of
9 clothing. •'£
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season and at present stands In fair competition with made-to-
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Stylish, $ Well-Made, $ Perfect
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No. i Table—Men's .Fancy Dark Gray Worsted
Suits in small checks; a dressy suit. ,110.00 suit
No. 2 Table—Men's All Wool Fancy Worsted
and Navy Blue Serge Suits, round or square cuts,
well lined; a big range , -iiaSOsult
No. 3 Table—Men's All Wool English Worat-
eda in fine Gray and Fawn Checks, single or double
breasted veals, round or square cuts, best trimmings, „S 16.00 suit
No. 4 Table—Special "Coronation" Suits, made
from fine All Wool Worsteds, any cut, with five
pockets in pants; equal to any tailored goods;
trimmed in first-class style ,., 120.00 suit
Any mail order will receive prompt delivery and you receive a
ticket on our Free Trip to England a guess for every
 dollar	
X. AGENTS FOR  X
"Christy's" Celebrated Hats.   W. G. & R. Shirts.
Levi Strauss Overall.
W. G. & R. White Shirt at SI Fit tor a King,
C.E.STEVENSl)WCO,
NANAIMO, B. C.
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THERE YOU AREI
Nothing ten beat a "Provlnee Olger."
Th. Iirgeil and bill imoke ever mad..
Try on. aad he convinced. Msaafae-
taied by
PROVIHOE CIGAR CO.,
YUM Stmt VICTORIA, B.C.
H.HUPMW,
AUon.,,, Hataqr rmblU,8lc
a.c.
pjaaun euaoum
MoabwOu. iMletrafclHI aaiuiws.
HMbtr InnlmUw of Bleetrls.1 Shun<»sn
BlKlrlcal Bnglneer
Cesrsafoodsac, eoUcit.d
WorktVasumalMd P. O. aovsi,
labwhitiCb. c
MILLS  BROS,
Whole-sis snd Retail Dealers in Meals.
Poultry and Vegetsblec. Oims In
won. Shipping orden attended to o
orl notice.
tap's Pharmacy
HIGH STREET.
Ftessrlptk.nl owsfolly dispensed.
day aad night,
Opra
The Crescent Hotel
Wm. Ilepple, proprietor.'
Clrit'Olaii accommodations for mlasrs
and tranilenti. Nona bnl
Tha Baal Wlnia aad Lliitra
nrved al the bar.   dive as a call.
Cor. Victoria ltd A Commercials,.
NANAIMO.     -    -     1.1.
WARNING!
ARE VOU INSURED? "not
get Insured al once ior il may be
too 1.1. tomorrow. I nprei.nl Mvaral
OLD aad RELIABLE Uomp.nle.ind
can lo.nre you it a moment', notice al
tha loweit pcailbl. rate,. All leading
eompenlH ebirge the eeme ratei. Don't
ba milled Into Ininrlni with a oheen
company—it might ba dear In tha and
"WI BOLD THBB SAFE."
Wm.  K.   Leighton,
P. 0. Drawer SS, N.nalmo. B. 0.
FOR SALE
—Let* I aad a Block 48—
Fine reeid.nUa! tots, Splendid view
—'Ute I to ia Block i»,- ■
first Avian..
These lets should enhance in value
rapidly.   Apply
THOMAS KITGHIN
MNlWOi
PORT OF LADYSMITH.
Movements of the Coaling Fleet to
Exports for May-Northern Steamers Arriving.
Str. Bertha arrived yretenlny morning
frnm Valdft, Alaska, en route to Sentllr.
She filled bnukers hero fi-.r (lie rourd
trin, The Bertha had 11 cabin nml CO
ileenge paatengers, anil 72 iniantr.virin
ol Company Q, Seventh regiment, U. F,
A., Irom Fort Liecum.'relieved hy 109
menoitheU, S. artillery. The returning loldien were commended hy Captain Ovenel.itie, son of General Ovec-
ihlno ol tbe U. 9. army, ami Lieut. Kill-
■on. Dr. Gilchrist, n U. S. army surgeon, also went lo Seattle. The II. Hlia
had a little gold from MiiMleton iilsui.
Ship Santa Clara arrived S unlay
morning Irom San Francisco to load IV. 1-
lington coal for the North. Sho is now
at the wbarwe.
Str..Victoria has gone on tho .lock to
be cleaned befoae cuing Ninth for the
summer run,.
Str Coquitlam arrived from Vancouver
yesterdsy to load coal fur hor. northern
trip. .
Str. Reliance called in from Steveslon
on Iho Fraeer yseterdar to take n load
ol coal to tbe canneries.
Barque J. D, Peters arrived yesterday
morning from Port Towneend in tow of
of the tug Richard liolyoke to load
Wellington coal.
Tug Pilot with Ihe hulk Richard III.
in tow lelt lor Victoria Tueeilav en route
to Tiooma with ore.
Str. Tellus is expected to arrive irom
Ssn Fnnclieo to-dey.
Str. Al-Ki cilled in Sunday afternoon
on her way from Alaska to Seattle to
lsks on her regular load of bunker coal
lor tho round trip.
It wsi rumored around town lhat the
mammoth steamer Alcoa might visit
Ladysmith again soon, to take another
10,600 ton cargo ol Wellington coal to
Friico or the Islands.
Chemainus ii being kept busy with
export Olden. The harbor (hero ie full
ol vessels all the time, just like Ladyimith,
I.ADYSMITII Plllll.lt- SCHOOL.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Thli old-XeUblleed, Fint-Oliii aad
Popular Hoist ll moit comfortably far-
■lined, centrally limited. Bai Best,
iralai. Banllwl Oalilm. Bar slocked
with Iha lam wlnn, liquors and clgen.
KilUIKO, B. 0,
JOB, VOX,,    .      •
THE PEACE TERMS.
End sf the South Afrieso War and
What the Bosra Gat.
Ia Ih. Home of Common on Monday,
Bt. Hon. A. 3. Balfonr. Plnl Lord ol
Iha Timor,, annoaaeed Ih. termi of
peaea, whloh had beta seoeptod by the
Boar liidin, who all ilgnid ths document oi mrnador, ae also dldGiairal
Lard Kltcbaaar aid Lord Winer. Ihe
teimi ot sonsadar ara a. follows:
Th. Burghar Ion*, hy down tbeir
•rmi and baed over all tilei and moat
tloni si war la their noutiilia er nadir
'hair control.
All prltooen lie la be broaght hack
ai soon aa powlbl. to loalh Allies,
without leal ol liberty or prop-fly.
Ho aeilen lo be lahaa igalmt tha
priaonin ese.pl when ihsy srs guilty
ol s brweh ol Ihe role, ol war.
Datsh li to ba liagbl la tha sehooli ll
requlnd by Ihe psisats, aad astd la tha
courts II necssmry.
Bilii ire allowed lor prolacllon,
Military occupation la lo ba withdrawn ii Hon ai nonlbl. aad self-go*.
wnm.nl iob.ll luted
Thar, li lo he ao tea oa the Trim vail
ta pay tha wet ol the war.
Tea iam of II.ON.OfJO ll lo be provided lor mtookloi tba Boer larmi.
Bibele ara liable le trial aeeording to
lo Iha law ol tha colony lo whloh Ihey
btlong.
Ths nak aad Ila will aedlilnneblied
lor life.
Tbe death penally will aet I. indicted.
Following ii tbe report ol the Lady
imith pnblio ichool for May 0
AVKRACIK 1IA1I.Y AITEN'DANCII.
Divlilon I, 84.79; div. II,82,05; div,
111,44.00.   Total, 112.117.
ATTENDANCE IlL'lllMl Ml'NTlt.
HOYS.    OIIII.H.
DIV.    1  17 29
Div.   II 25        15
Div. Ill  !H        88
US        74
Total  142
Rooms too crowded. Mum innps
needed, better blsekhosnle end a four.ti
room. New pupils coming in overy few
dayi from otber towns. Something
molt be done eoon, i a |oai l.i rs and
paplii ire working under treat tliisd-
vintages.
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
Ono Thousand Amendments to the
British Education Bill,
Onr npntatloo as British Colutnbla'i
pnmier tailor waa not won on mliflti,
or ihoildy, or hold-up pricw; hoi oa It.
.     workmanship, quality, aad reatoaabla
Proprl.tonjliai. Oaldwall, Banalmo.
A Word to the Wise
BUY YOUR
FURNITURE
From a Cash Store and don't
pay for any one else's debts.
We sell only for Cash. All
goods delivered
Free to Ladysmith
J. H. GOOD & GO
The Cash Furniture Dealers,
NANAIMO, B. C.
long Kong Contingent-Chicago
Newsboys Win,
A tliouetiRi] amendments to tbe British
Education bill have been handed Id.
In future (lie Untish mails for the Fiji
Islands will be forwarded via Vancouver
or S<ui F aaclsco.
The Pope hB» conlributed 20,000 Hie
to (he fund for relief of the sufferers from
the Martinique ca'aatrophe.
Mount Poles was locally regarded f|
ettliict. Picnic parties were vront to
babe in tbe lake which occupied the
o'.l water.
Between 500 and 000 places in the
United Kingdom have already arranged
t) light bontirt s on coronation night.
The coronation contingent of the Hong
K me volunteers—the Hong Kong regi-
ni-nr, ihe First ^Chinese sappers, end
tbe Ilnnp Kong and Sineapore battalion
of artillery—has left Hong Kong for
England via Vancouver.
If the Boers should lay down their
arms now, no word of conternptor blame
will be heard anywhere, saya Chicago
Tribune. Ky resisting bo long si they
have done the powerful country with
whom they have contended, they have
eirned imperishable glory.
The Chicago newsboys have won tbeir
fight lor the privilege or placing news
Elands on Iho ndc-alka ol the city.
Mayor Harrieon did not veto the ordl-
mnce giving tbe newsboys the privilege,
la bia speech at the Guildhall, London, Mr. Oarnegie referred witb approval to the inscription on the monument
of Pitt, "He lived without ostentation
and he died poor."
By order of the young King of Spain s
Santiago court martial hsi acquitted a
aildier who refused to kneel down st
mass from conscientious motives, be
being a Pniltietant.
Thomas Wright, late private in tbe
17th Lincern his j'ist died st Widnes.
He was ono of the famous Sis Hundred,
and also fought in the Indian Mutiny, .
The Frankfort Gazette Constantinople
correspondent telegraphs thst the Sultan bns given Italy the right to sot for
Italian Catholics in Asiatic Torkey.and
France has protested.
Tho Kanakas employed in Queensland do not appreciate tho federal legislation which has ttr Its object their exclusion from Australia, and a number ot
thorn recently held a meeting at North
Rockhampton for the purpose ol sign-
int-a petition to the king against de*
portal ion.
The prisoners of tbe New York state
prisons are to open a Literary Review
column in tbeir paper, tbe Stsrof Hope,
to bi3 devoted to "publications tbat are
of (-eneral interest to our readers," the
editor-in-chief is known as "No 1,500."
About 14,000 boys will compose tbe
force ol the Buys' Brigade to be Inspected by the Prince ol Wales on the Horso
Guards parade on June 14.
Two Russian eimlents have been
hanged for urging the peasants to levolt.
They posted proclamations purporting
to be signed by the Gear.
For tbe ten months ending April 30
American exports show a decline of
$470,250,000 as compared with the year
before. Tlio imports Increased $78 302,020
Hon. Michael Henry Herbert, wbo il
nominally secretary to the British embassy at Paris, will p-obably be the next
British ambassador to the United States
in tuiccesEion to the late Lord Pauncefote. *
Tlie consolidation cf the First National bank and the Metropolitan National
hank has been formally approved at
meetings held by stockholders of the
two institutions. On Monday morning
Chieai*'! opened for business Its fint
*IOO,0lM,(.OJbank.
Count Tolstoi's health has Improved
pnflicionily to allow bim to continue bis
literary »vr.rk
The gold ■ output from Rhodesia for
11)01 amounted to 180,888 ounces, nearly
double tin' of the preceding year.
Every packing bouse in tbe west belonging to the "Big Six," Is to be attacked by the .Teamsters' Union on
Monday if the local companies do not
recede from their position and sign Ihe
agreement.
Verconiging, where the Boers met in
conference yesterday, Is a small hamlet
and railway station on the main Cape
Town to Johannesburg line. It is the
flrat station In Transvaal territory after
the Vaal is crossed. Tho name itself In
Dutch BignilU'B "Union." It is some
003 miles from Cape Town and about 00
miles from Johannesburg and standi on
the banks ot tbe Vaal,
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LADYSMITH   LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION   NEWS, JUNE 4.  1902.
Ladysmith Leader
-AND-
WelHngton-Extenslon New*.
Pibfcht-d every Wednesday mid Saturday «*
Ife leader Butldiug, corner ofl'irsl Ave. nml
fMncti Street, '.ndyainitli, Urltlsli Columbia,
tbiB order:
ho tpeuke.
"Dr. Coyle knows whereof JO—Bk Sonoma, Sydiiey N.S,\V..
'   There wo have what Dr. lU-Sp Ojiara, Port X.tltil, Afrin-.
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T, I,. ORAHAMU, WoiTOB and J
BUBBCRIPTION KA'l'liS.
■ n-/MAii. ncCanada and uhitbd statics.
Oat year (atifctly lu advance) p
Ik mouth*, (atrictly In advauce)!    i
ADVERTISING K ATI'S.
* SHtANSIKNT—First insertion ioc, fl line; cncli
aribsequtnt Insertion sc a line.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING
Rates on application.
No  wood cuts used,
Cuts Tor regular use should lie nil metal,
Marriage, Birth, Death nud Funeral uottcea.
each insertion 50c,
AdvertIsemetttH   not   insetted Tor a specified
llmi will be charged for nutil ordered to be dla*
ctannued.
28—Sob KiiigCyrus', Sydney..
N.SlWe.
Coyle wants, what the west wants, and I v a ur    ■ n*.8
what the press wants.   What we want l28_B^'ur 0nJwl! Alii.UideZ '"
to know is what God wants.   How will I Australia 314*3
the   ''twentieth   century .trimmings" .......
and the''up.to.date Uluitratlon.'' go NANAIMO   DEFEATS   LADYSMITH
down with "Him who ohahgeth not; to  .:.-..,. _■ ■•*'■
whom a thousand years are na a day"?'     .     ,     p .,     n .    .    -,    «
  \ Extension Suffers Defeat—Ths flew
Westminster, Wonders,
VAOHtaM-
The United KiM -
t'tyapii* |.,..it. .
Our coutemporary, Seattle P.-I., Bays
"an American school boy on 'per column'
will learn more j ..-.realism in a year than
an endowed Englishman will in a Ute-
time." Judging from the American
press this must bo true; the Btamp of
tho school boy is there, euro enough;
but in Euglaml mon cf tbo widest education, cultun   .ii.d experience Imd it
NiUinin 11 1 nl Biniih 0. .hlaiuatch
waa played uu tl.u but k it gruuiids,
Ladysmiil), on Sunday afternoon in
presence of tho largest crowd eeen at nn
iitlilolii! event luicitdr 'hoVio l.i.M'biifk.'
Thy teamti were evenly matched. The
ijamo wiis much enj ijed ' by ihe epeota
  ■    'Ir ll
Iho world.    ! ,.|. 1.1 a   ■> i.v .'   1/    «'"e
Ya6btreel*is*r tl *> 'I 'All iMtlth built
y,it; bin. on llui M-jtii-tir, HjBi!t*KilHi'g a
tonuoge of Hi,hi, nw\ "t.ly !*,810 yneh(s
built by tlie rest tf,tl.e world ol 55,453
tons.
Mr. Campbell or tho N*nid'ii boat
home is oonteirrrilatltig Urn importation
ol a larger gasolltie launch thnn the fine
one he now Imp.
Good Biillint* hua bt-en enj lyed in
l..i'.. smith linib>r jlurJng tbe past wet k.
Phere is talk ol some additions to tbe
local licet of flyers.
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A  COMFORTABLE HOME       .'*
bard enough :   get and keep poalilonB torB ami mB verv ci,1S6..tn through Until
ftlE LEADER will be found nt the fottowlug
places:
1,-t lymulth—The Leader Office; The Ladysmith
Pharmacy.;
Kaiialmo—E. Fimbtiry & Co.
Vlctotla—Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels.
Vancouver—Public Library, nnd Holds.
Nan* Weslinltister—Public Library.
on tho great, dailies. Then BiUieb
journalism haa bi me mimes that Ameii-
tui journalism would find it difficult, if
uot impoHBible, to match. Tho headquarters o( the world's journalism baa
nut fcliitic.I \ot; and we do not think It
will shift to America unions some radteal
changoB bo forthcoming,
Al! changes in ndvertisemcitls must bcrecclvei
:tt this office before 12 noon the dny befort
las te,
fn* met titers uot receiving paper regularly pleas,
leroti to this office.
Ai. iuti work>trictly cash on delivery.
'a\ un tnl advertisements cash iu advnuce.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE At >-P2-
IS   IT   PRACJEY
Many have txpnssed wonder nt tho
exccaeivecosts of tho recent 11 bet Volt 8
Irom which Mr. Henry  Labonihure, M.
P., editor of London Truth, line Joel
emerged viiHoiious.  They may wonder-' Bro.1
more lo learn thot Mi. Libouchere bus
what he calls .1 libel fnnd aihoiiutlug to j
fioiucliiin,: like ninety thousand pomidu '
sterling, accumulated entirely from the
earnings of Tinlh for more than twenty-
live years.   Mr. Labouchere cau stand
almost any kind of a libel unit nnd come
out smiling—as he generally docs.
the.ninth iuuibgf.Av.heh Nanaimo made
the two riipB which won thorn the gunr,
Tho only unforlunate incident of the.
name was thu accident to D,tvld Kerr
and George Jiii'gt-fl. They b>ih ran Ur
a high bill uid oollidid with [en Mo
force. Km wan hRocked insBiuible and
had nut regained coiucioiieni-in on Men-
day. afternoon, Jmlae imiv.d a joy
ecvert.- iUfcii k iJi>,-'l.i.-i bead iiiiiUl-i.nl-
der ;;n- itiiifb awollt it and he i- ti 11 i.ii g t
tjr.ivmitAi, noti:s.
■Pat M • -''r-r, ibfwt !i liiiown iH-ipc-
chase jo, k. v ,\ as killed nt the Woodbine
tri'ck, Toronto, last-week.
Waring, tho famous American handicap thoroughbred, by Mnzatto, died laBt
week In Chicago from rupture of blood'
vessel in tho stomach, cged GO yoara.
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IS TUB DDSIRB OP US ALL        .
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Turniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Wallpnp.r, Curtains,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc., Etc.
1 here Is Comfort In Our floods
J vaf-riliiim tn lurnisb a home in
no lest or sliilmrate s'ylr. Write
fur mir Urr.H oatalouni. (free) lllus-'
ti ated and piiml (a store iu itself).
ae. Victoria
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Coal!
Coal!
A Inn -I.-'
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ll t-lifiili
Ladysmitli rejoiced sa heartily as any
elher psrt ol Hii Majesty's dominions.
Oor pretty Utile city bean a name
whioh will ever keep Ireah tho memory
ol thie learfol struggle to the death between two splendid races; we may eay
that Lsdyimith hai a special and
peculiar interest in the course ol event!
in South Africs.
Al for the war Unit has at last
beea brought to a happy termination, we may lay that Great Britain hae
esrsed in thie titanic Btmjigle more
(lory snd prestige then in sny other
campaign in which ibe wai ever engaged. There have been a few trifling
mistakes, which did not, however, retard tha glorious onward march of onr
victorious British troops, invincible ai
ever la the lace ol a dangerous and
orally toe.
And wo mmt admit that the Boers
have, on th. whole, displayed, with
their natural onnning, a certain amount
ol bravery, such ai ie to be expected
irom desperate men. They have had in
tho field alwayi, Irom the beginning of
the war, force! generally numerically
•nperior to tho Britiih troops with
which they wero actually engaged.
We doubt veiy much ii the Boer villi
make a deeirsble British luliject. At
any rato he will want careful watching.
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If Of I PEOPLE.
Kir lion. Job. Chamberlain says set!-
ous loss would result Irom ulluwiug
British newspapers to go to Canada at
inland rate of postage. This was exactly tie argument against Sir Rowland
Hill's proposal to cheapen inland postage. It was related most thoroughly,
but It la queer to hear the same antiquated objection from tho lipa of the
minister whom oven his enemieu admit
il the smartest man in tho BritiBh
Empire.
Editor leader:—There is eome talk
abont the norls at i.tulvFiuilh on the
first, iand it id Impel thnt Iho hold
keepers won't raien their price for meals
as they do in Nanaimo on such occasions J for that is simply playing the
sucker nn tbe public to chnrge nOu. for a
25c. meal. Certainly there nro two
bailees in Nanaimn thac fiOc. in their
their regular fire. It in not of them I
speak; it ie tho houeea frmn Pastum
street to the Are hall. And, sir, I might
mention that tho Palaco and Oriental
wore tlie only two houses in the City of
Nanalmo that gave their mcala at the
regular 25c. on Victoria Day. Sir, I say
that the pcoplo who como to ppend the
day with ns at N.uiainiu or l.adyemitb
should not ba impored upon, for in fact
a man pets less to eat on such occasions.
Hoping, eir, that you will bring this to
the notice of hotel keepers at Lulysiiiith j
as well aa to remember tint people who
overcharge on such daya aro looked upon
as impostors or worse, I am, etc.,
A KuADi.11.
Extension, B, C, .Tune 2nd, 1002.
COAL EXPORTS,
Traffic From litis Port During the
Past Month,
Tht) following were the thipmi'iila of
soul from I.,adysmith, Union and Nanaimo during tbe month of May:
LudvEinithCoal.
Date    Vessel D.sUtnuion    Tmio
0-BkO, B. Kenny, Kakl 1770
It—SS Pleiades, Kan Francisco 5318
S3 Selkirk, Taoomn  170
SS Bertha. Seattle 256
8 liU'n i p'nn ll-ol
i.ll.rtl-.     A   C(M.:*!
milieu ' 11tiecluii wtfil 'an ut d Mot dny
and in.' t t-ili d in rt fin ii it llie nfuti'tB v I
tho leadiuHdlia^a-luwaul lU.linBi.elal
support ot iho club during the coming
aeaeon. Thoro ia now no dmibt that
Ladyemith will havo a £o.id strong (earn
this Beanoi],	
FOOTIIATuti.
On Satnrday evening the Ladvsnlllh
Association foollmll loam met the Extention loam Iu n Iriinuly.gamo on tbe
hunker grounds, in good weather in
presence cf n large crowd of spectators.
The play was fast from the start, both
siden trying hard to store Ladysmith's
combination play told in Iholoug run,
the match retutlinj* In I wo goals lo
nothing in their Idvor.- This viilfi probably ba the fliiiil game'df the Eetisoh,
COMPANY, LTD.
:mtir.icLtiicist.r all kinds of
uf!i
m
Mouldifigs, Latiis, SWiigles, Etc.
Oar eiteemed iriend, Victoria Colonist,
hsi certainly taken the minority side
against fearful odds in condemning Mr.
Benjamin Kidd'a lateit work, "Westeru
Civilisation." We havo seon the com.
tnenti ol the Edinburgh, Quarterly,
Nineteenth Century nnd After, West,
minster Eeview, Blackwood's, Saturday
Kevlew and sundry other Long Tunis of
Britiih criticiim, aud ore and all give
Mr. Kidd Ior thii Inul.' front rank
amongst modern Kiin.|iruii t hllosniilu-rs.
Andrew Cn.negio is usually tiiiipossil
to be a Inril-li.-ailnl, I.umI li-iul Scot,
witb a eoul iTrnit r.ri. of Iron, lite] ami
gnnite. Yet \,« iss:l in English papers
juitto hand that lis speech at the
Guildhall, London, was ...stliiiriii'iitti:
tbst lt could not bo printed.
Bev. Dr. Cojle told tbe Presbyterians
inNsw York the other day that if they
came welt they "muit pieach alralght,
direct gospel, with twentieth century
trimming! snd up-to-date Illustrations,
Ws wint thie or nothing." And the
gelttlo Poit- Intelligencer commented un
of lliorbtiglily se
i.l ami class consul!
ilers slrlclly nlteuO
icffnlly given.
\ Wellington Colliery j
Company, Ltd. |.
I John W. Coburn, i
MANAGER. X
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A. C.Wilson,
Florist,
Funeral WreathB, etc., Wedding Bou*
qnetB in .every utyle. Ordera promptly
atleudodto. -NANAIMO, 11. C
10—SS St, Paul, San Franclecc 1044
12-Bge Gilley No. 2, Blaine 201)
12—S3 Selkirk, A-incorteP  15S
18—SJbr Americjiia, Seattle 880
13—SS Pioneer, Pt. TownBoml    :>0
ll-Scow Gelly No. 1, Blaine  180
16—SS Meteor, S.in Francisco 821)0
18—Bro •>• C. Potter, Juneau 1760
10—SS At-Kl, Ketchikan 225
I!)—SS Victoria, San Fraucisoo 81101
22—SS Kxceleior, HL'attlP  278
22—Scow Gelly 2, Now Westminster 22(1
28-88 Tellus, San Francisco 8360
28—SS Wellington, linn l'rancisco ...2535
Bl-SS Amur, Ketchikan 200
Tutal m^V)'   r. Sh
Lidyemiih O'ppcr. V-.I"1" >*
18-83 Sdlklrk-, Tttaomr  170
1'C—S3 Selkiik, 'Pdcornp  100
The tnlai i xport of cnal fn m U'thiii up
to May 21'h, for that nioirli,    i    tutted
to 11.803 tone, and 1,400 ........ .'cukr.'
I'he total jorthflmonlb from tho Nt*w
Vttnconver Coal Company, Nanaimo, \
amoiinh'd to ^8,657 tons. Tlm totals lor!
tho two great coal exporting oouipanics'
for May were: *•     j
WplliniitunOolIieiy Cn 41,738
New Vancouver Coal Cc	
OhemiilnuB Lumber,
Date    Veesel Destination
Mena't
ij.icttossn.       i    "*
New AVestniiueti'r defuntcd Nanalmo
at the liny al Cilys.Saliiriliiy hya score of
25 goals to 0. Seventeen poalt) v.ere
taken in 20 mlnittcs, Nauaimd '.decided
not[lo lake agoal.*; j   .■   :. \
Thm* is now talk of gendtag Jhe Westminster team to Kiistfin Canailntoehow
tbo people thero what Licrosse ie like.
Tho ttiim Is practicaily Ibe same as
kuocliHl the conceit out of Eastern Ca*
dian leama w couple of years a^n; ihey
have been practising hard all spiing.
They want loseo thatToroiilotcnni that
bus been touring Etjuland and tVahiipg
on champagne and linker.
Tbo Tunmlo iaoroeHi teaifi played ihe
first match of their Irish lour at New*
loiiarda uuaiiitt iho' A'!di club. II. fore
iho match ihe/ were onlartniaeJ, to
hinchuon at MijunlEUiaitby the Marquis
of Londdndeiry, Tho match, which
was played befoip a laruo crowd, ended
in a win for tbu'CanadlaiB by 10 goals
to 5. Toronto were much superior in
the first l.alf, playing n Bbort passing
game io pi rfecUon,\tho TOfiu'.t bfilng ihal '
eight of tijo v.ou'h vM-,r« rB^latorwl In ibis
half, 1 i Ihe eeiioi d hall, hnwevj r, Arils
[ilayed with great del-si initiation, add
bad their** Bcorlrtg powel" been greater,
tho match4 woiild liavtfbfidn ntuoh ctol/cK
i miiti :r,
Middlesex ami Kent opeiu;d Ihopeaetn
at L'lrds but play, as in many oilier
caeea, wns reBtriotpd on account*u( rain,
Iu the nbort ,Ujiii) avnilablo Iht) home
county loBt liatf-.tlieir wfokotB lor fill runs.
The b'M.tlbg Biuo are, however, anything
but a f'.irmliiiii.lt>'i,'pri'i?oiilii!ion, though
Kent hnve a gopd team, In which F,
MarchiuH nt-nin i.ppoarc
Tho ,;lwii!P," C. MMahry nnd P. V,
Pcrrin, saysd tbo Essex side from.(:iim-
plelo i). IhifJBE in what cricket took plnce
iu llitir inuji'h with thoJAuslia'iarisal
Ley ton. Play waa limited to a law
hours, yt.-t in .that timu the KaRtAiig-
Hans lost olgli^wlckpLs for 157, M'liahey
making8|»,aud hia ciniruilo in-urint-i03.
Truinpci'came out in strong form hb a
bowler Inwards tho clnrc ol the day, and
looks liriti li.tviiu a gr<.-nt analysis,
f Kara nloe cooj.-refreidi.iii*. diiinlc +
i       " '"•' J
' "lnien Brewing Cos |
Lagers and Stout        |
to.
Nanalmo, B. C,
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The above coals are mined only by the Wel-
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Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Bayues Sound,
Head Office
Victoria, B. C
San   I-Vmiclrsco Agency, ,
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All Citizens of Ladysmith,
B. C, are respectfully invited
to become members of tlie
Ladysmith Board qf Trade.
Objects : The-advancement
and improvement of Ladysmitli.
P. H. MARSHALL,
President
'IAMES FREEL, '
Secretary.
H.A.DILLON
Notary Public,
Cenvoyancsr, Etc,
Commissioner Supreme Court of
IJ.C.^ Estate and Insurance Agent.
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■&K,T.tihtit*1XS*titiViSm!Sl^
Mutt resells, Lounges,
Binls, Awiilnci,
Teiite, S'nro   IIMn.ls.
. 28,667;
tun (1.1111:11 path.
Alfrcil Siirub lias aimouneeil his in-
I teiitiun nl iiiiilciivciriiiK to boat tlio three-
To.iflf inilegrii-e reconl of 11 min. 110 3-6 aees.,
ffrhK'li ln'.o stood to tlio freillt tif ex-
SS Yellow Jacket, Pt. Toivn-       J uhatnplr.ii, J, Kuljblenliile, t,f Siviudon,
'ectJil 281,000 it.        ijiuceSiji'.eiuliorlil, 1881).
FLETCHER BROS.,
Nanalmo. B. C.
Sheet   yvtuslc
giieopeit an 1 BeBt-6c. anij IOo. a copy.
All lateBt Boogi and pieces.
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc., Etc.
lll!l'.\IHISri
O' nil ileFtiilpMniiB
.vt-iii'id  in First.-
Cl.lll-   S  'III     .     .     .
JOHN HAY,
Cabinet ,1'a!<:r.inil Upholslcrcr,
Skinner St.     NANAIMO, B. C.
Opposite City Hull.   V. O. Hon 3.9.
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Hie world's news to date. Sport,
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young lolk's depirlment, llteralnre
Boienoe, sit, music.
Tiie My Post-iotfper
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Nobody can nlTord to be wttliout tt, All tlie
telf([ruphicnetvHof Ihe week. I'arni, field. g»r-
den, apart, society. Ilcniitifnl llliiittratloni mnl
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LADYSMITH LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION NEWS. JUNE 4. 190SJ.
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GELEBRATI
DOMINION
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■■Viii.is
ADYSIHTH,
Will Celebrate the National Holiday Witli a Grand
WATER CARNIVAL AND FIELD SPORTS
GRANDEST REGATTA
COURSE IN AMERICA.
Don't Fail To See The Magnificent Struggle Amongst The Hardy
Warriors Qf The Indian Tribes In Their Great War Canoes. This is
One of the Most Thrilling Spectacles. FULL COURSE IS IN VIEW
FOOTBALL, BASEBALL, TUG OF
FOOT RACES, STRENGTH CONTESTS,
MUSIC BY BEST BANDS IN PROVINCE.
FREE TRAINS FROM EX
SION
ladysmith Celebration will be the Best in ii Province. •a******"
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WE'VE GOT A
NICE SUIT FOR YOU
$15.00
Are you going to "dive" at the atfir
"loud" suit you aee in sotneTeltow'-.'window again thia year?jYoii rtmeraber how
alckyougot of tbat last summer'■ suit
won after you bought it, don't !* you?
Thought you had enough of thaCiort.
Tlieiult that you'll like as well when a
little old aa when new la thej mlt we've
got for you.  Come, take a look.
A Free Trip to Harrison Hot Springs
and two weeks' hotel paid. A^coupon
with every $t purchase. Drawiujj'june *8.
THE 6. D. SCOTT CO., LTD.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
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Get jour watch repaired by Lively,
He il a Practical Mechanic.
A concert Id ai-1 of the Fernie suffer -
WI il being, arranged Ior in Ladyitnitb,
to bt givea next week.
WANTED—Two or three unfurnished
room..   Apply A. B. C, Lesder office.
A gentleman wbo bought s luit oi
clothei recently took tbe liberty of
meezing with disastrous results to the
garments, A boiler explosion couldn't
destroy a Caldwell suit of thoie art
tweeds. 	
A meeting ol tbe managing board of
ibe Flnt Presbyterian church took
place lait night.
Whan yonr watch don'l go to suit yon
or yon hsven't got whst you want, just
tiks it down to Lively, snd exchange it
lor whst you want.
Work wai started on tbe erection oi
the Bumming Brother.' tods wster factory on Fint arenas on Monday morning
WANTED-A House.   W. II. Lively,
the Jeweler.
riSIHNG TACKLE
Alewol thoie 13 foot Oreenheart
Rodi to diipoie of. The only rod
Suitable . lor   tbe Expert Angler.
UMPSOIfS CASH STORE
Commercial St.
NANAINO, B.O.
MISS B. KEITH
The well-known Naiiaitiio dressmaker is prepared to make skirts
from $2.oo tip. All work personally supervised, guaranteed, and
first-class.
DR. J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,     •     Nanalmo, II. 0
P. 0. Box, 37, Tel. 145.
Villi.   Ladyimith   every Biturday
Boon Irom 0 s. m. till 6 p. in.
Abbotiford Hotel.
"A yard ol preventive ii wortli
miles cl cam."
IT'S III TIME
"A yard of pre.
miles cl cam."
Mosquito Notting
flirttn Doom and Windows all H\nn
0—at—0
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmitli,       - B. C.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinsmith,
Plumbing,
Agint for B. W. Paint.   McOlary'a
 MdRenjai.
T'ie memben ol the Woodman oi tba
World and the Ancient Order oi For-
eaters will attend the Fint Pre.byt.rlu
church on Sunder next, 8th init„alll
s, in. Other eocletiii are expected lo be
represented, Mr. Gavin Morton will
conduct tbe service. Subject: "Whst
Christ's coming hai meant to bumulty."
At the Cheapside, great vsrl.ly el
skirts and ihirti snd shirt walsti. Ie.
ipection invited.
Proeraatination has lost msny s man
hii life'i opportunity, bnt men clothed
In Caldwell'i Nsnsimo eiegsnt summer
■uitingi have opportunities thrust upon
them.
So far nolailngla tool hll called st
thli office to in ''scribe to ths Fsraie re.
lief fund. If 1!.. re ii snothir Hit in Iowa
The Leider is not swsre ol tbs Isct, bnt
hopeithat it is tusking speedier pro-
gren then that in thil offlcr.
Our itock ii now compial. ia faaey
drygoodi, boott iboei, gent.' larniihiagi
etcuodoubtedlytbefin.il showing on
ihe Island. The Ohe.piid., High ll,
Nanaimo Herald ii rriponiibl. for the
allegation thst Judge Harrison bsi
bought two lots here with tbs intention
ol building a reiidence,!
John Bosenfeldt, sgent in Ssa Fran,
ciicofortbe New Vancouver Coat com.
piny, of which he was alio an import,
ant stockholder, died at bla home io
Sin l'rancitco on Thunday, alter a brief
illness. Mr. Roaenfeldt viiited Nanaimo
laet summer. Hii death msy lead to
very impoitant change! in the affair! of
the New Vancouver Ooal company.
Fancy Silks, suitable lor bloam snd
ladies' coatumei, st th. Ohsspilds
High etreet.
l'lpei repaired. All kindi ol native
ipecimens mounted and made to order
at Llvslj■'., the leading jeweler.
Dr. G. B. Brown oi Nanaimo has
taken one of tbe moit biautllnl photos
possible, of the mouth ol theQuallcum
river. It is Ihe nesreit approach to tba
workol the artist the Leader ha, jet
leen, and reflects grut credit on ths
doctor's skill si a photographic artiit,
Don't fail to iee O.H, Cavla'i Maples
ol wallpaper at Captain Dillon's olee,
Esplanade. Choice mw deiipi at »!•
oniihingly reasonable prion.
Nanaimo Herald weigh! in with tbla
one: "Report! Irom Lsdyimith state
thst Ilia harbor ii clear ol ihipping,
thst the bnnken and ore on ar. filled
snd tbst work in the mlnei will 0
until collieri arrive." Tbe Herald may
be inteteittd lo iiarn that ill reporter
hers liei tit ii ouly whin he doei th.t,
seemingly, th.t h. can gst aaylblag
publiibed abont Lsdyimith); that the
minei will not clote.and that ibe harbor
hai not been clear ol ihipping for sweaty.
four hour, for many week! past,
KXTBimVli   I.TirilllTATIOnt.
Mr. J. H. Good ol Nsnsimo, head oi
the well-known firm of 3. H, Good 4
Co., furniture importer!, hsi jolt received, atrlight Irom tbe Ontario inc
toriel, tho largest cir, 26,000 pound!
capacity, belonging to tha 0. P. R.,
filled with ccitly and suroptuoui lornl-
ture, whlcb hie tranilormed hll furniture emporium into a veritable art gal-
lery. There ars magnificent mantel
mlrron ol Britiih bevelled flail hand'
somely framed, iomi ol tbem 40x80
inches, ami going st rulnoni pricei to
the teller. Elrgint fsney tea table,
with chain to match, dresmi ol;art,
good enough to eat; then there are
dining room teti gilore, and a Ila. ol
special chirr.iniers thit wlll asm msny a
blessing Irom lbs hounwlvei lor all.
Good, us tbey are tall snd have big
roomy drawer! tbat open •» smooth 11
cream out ol a jog,.nd the prices amiss
by their moderation.
Mr, Good bsi the flnt snd Unlit ship.
ment of iron bedi ever brought to Na-
nalmo. B,e them 1 tbey are bedions
dreams about but seldom i„>. Ha li
alto allowing a rang, of iplendid iteel
engravingi ol Lindner's ffnett worki,
suitable for belli and larg. room!, eight
In the set complete—mike a cottage
look like a palace.
Mr. Good's extrsordlnsry offer ll tree
d-jilelivery to Lsdyimith station to ill
Lidysmitb purchasers.
PERSON Al,.
Mr. Clermont Livingiton, manager, ol
the Tyee Copper compiny, visits': Lady.
smith on Saturday, returning home oa
the evening train. He wai well pleued
with lb. progrm being madi al tbt)
emel lor eite,
Mre. Hint, of Nsnilmo, nnt excel
lent cblel ol the Rsthbons Slaters, il
taking Mn. Stephen!' places! tha Lady,
smith hotel, during tba latter lady's absence In Victoria,
Mn, White lilt lut week to Join hu
buiband in Ssn Fnnclieo, whin ha re-
torni from Hawaii on th. steamer Bn-
terprlie,
Mr. B. Forclmer came down Irom Ea.
tension on Saturday and returned Bnn.
dsy evening.
Mr, Will F, Harris, managing editor
ol Nuaimo Free Pren, visited Ltdy-
smith on buiinm Monday forenoon.
Mr. Wm. K. Lelgtiton, Ib. will known
laiaianie ig.nl ol Nanalmo, nened
town to Victoria oa Monday'! tnla.
Mn. Wardell, litter ol Mn. 3. Grant
Jet.11,, lilt Monday morning for Walla
Walla, Waih., alter ipending a few
dayi with her relativn her..
Rev. C. I, Cooper, M. A., and Bar.
Mr. Taylor oi Nuaimo war. putsngan
ou Monday'a train le Victoria.
Mr. W, W. B. MelnriM. M. P. I„
•rent don- |r Victoria on Monday to at.
land Ih. l.slsUlum.
Mr, W..WIIion, tranllng npnaent.
ilv. ef th. Viotoria Ooloalit, visited
Ladyimith list Silurdiy oa builnen
.nd.leok a large number oi order.,
Mr. A, Faaldi at South Walling-
tea, viiited Victoria on Silurdiy.
Mr. B. J. Palmer, Ohemsinui, winl
to Victor!, on Saturday'! train.
MHhg, Papt :.i :.dfcg aid
MaHriM laMnf.
Leave wdari lor mattr.li makiag at
Ospl. Dlllo.'i OOce, B.planail., wiiete
nmplei can bs tern.
tej ». hits, Mraallt.
B. B. ANDERSON,
—Agent For—
"Perfect" Bicycles
Wheel 11 pairing in .11 ill branch..
Fin. m.t.l working.specialty. Plumb-
lag, acetylene gai, hot water aad hoi
air bealldg. Work done with deipaUb
ud al reasonable rates.
FREE TRIP.
Nanali-i Merchants Dffir Tnptlng
laduceminti.
Great pablie Intersil Is being taken in
tbs offer made by Ihe two eaterpriilng
Naaamo Srmi, Hhiii. 0.1. Slavanion
4 0o.,andKaO.D.;Bcol|Oo.,Ltil.
For a ear reel gns.i er psNciilsn of a
lucky nombir tb. forta'nate onem.y,
at Meuri. SteveniOn *V"*o'a expense,
go to England aad retnra lnt-el.il .11
tha way; or al Mann. Saott A Oo'i ax*
penis spend two wsekl at Harrison Hoi
Sprlngi, with Ires trulportatlon both
ways.
Maun. SUveniou A Oo, have filled a
tall glan Jar, about the iln ol a carboy,
with beam ol dlffsrsal lira aad ha or
the who "knows basai" aaoogh to Ml
th. firm how many bum make thit
Jarful wlll lake lbs trip to Baglaad or
get Ins truiportallon for two to Ihe
Ent and baok.
Ham. Scott 4 Oo, have duplicate
coupon! aad Ihe matter wlll be decided
by drawing. Than off.11 are having an
appreclabl. .Heel upon tba flrmi' boil-
ateaumt) mrruaaiori.
Asa mlnoaceplion appasn lo ban
irlria ai to th. etaet location ot lb.
nulm to be belli for -ibe Tree Capper
company .1 Lidyimilh, tb. Under takei
thii opportunity el auartag tha pablie
Ibitth, roMl.r, vill be plsesd ea tba
eleailag near tba IM bridge, aoilb of
Lady.mllb nearly oaa alia aad a ball,
and white Iha pr«ralllnf wlndi will
carry all lama, and .make away from
th. town, Th.r. ll ao dicgir ei Udyimllh luffsring la uy wiy homlbli
A boa may Mot
Aad a kloa may tick,
i.lUrilydo.'Iglvill.k
On a lbre.-d.llu eresk.
iMiitf wi ewwawwiir
Kail enten promptli etwadei la.
Prist. t-MnaMe. Man, karaaw
fna-S,  atone, harem ham |ll.
f-aah irate, flam t
Blgilseksltraakiaad-allm. franki
frmn *e\ ValtsM 1Mb tk.
c m. eiAtMin,
TH tr-erett,       ■»       laJAIMt, M
22  LOAVES  22
Dellelom Bread.
$l.oa ONE DOLLAR $1.00
Why bake whin y.s can gel inch
valaeaad dallvand ai year door?
Scotch Baku, 23 Ytari'Eipiflmcj
J. IENNT, Ladyimllh Bak.ry,
Ziplanada, Udyimllh.
bastion bt„
NANAIMO.
0.1. ROBELEE
Carpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
Oeneral Jobber.
Craw Fieri Avanoa Ml Osteon Strnt.
OaMnet woik of all kind,.
All kind, ol salt wood faroitore msds
and repaired.
PIONEER STUM UDHDRY
VANCOUVER.
P, D, JOHNSOHr AGENT,
l*U*rh mmrnrgnr1,
CLOTHES CLEANED, DTED.
Do You Know?
tbst tba work we do Is flee, very
toe.   All our woik ii auar.aleed.
NimIim Clothing Renovntcry
Opposite Nanaimo Hotel.
lA-UIIIO, B. 0. P. 0. Bex IN.
CANADIAN
PACIFII
DIRECT   LINE
_TO-
Wlnnlpef Toronto
Montreal Nsw York
Aad all Eastern Canadian aad
V. A. Points.
Stoamobip • Sir/In
-TO™.
Japan, twalaa, Hawaii, AuatralaaU,
Flret-claae Sleeper* on all
Tralni.
T0URI8T    SLEEPERS
-TOST. PAUL, Dsily.
TORON ro, Tueidayi ind Ssturdsys.
MONTREAL 4 BOSTON, Thunders
For pamphlet! and all information apply
loanyC.P.R. igenl.      ,
H. H. ABBOTT,      W. McGIRIt,
Agent, Victoris.     Aient, Nanalmo,
E. J. COVLE,
Ant. Oenl, Pan, Agent, Vanconver.
*WWW-*W*e*»-*a^^
TYEE COPPER CO.
Smelting Works
-AT-
LADYSMITH
Preeire* ia pttrtkiie area as from August ist
i,    CoflTciiieit to E. & N. or Sea.
it:
I     mminuLiii |
•***«»«s-t»-4iiiiia*^^
Maple Lodge, Mu. »-,J. 0. Q. r.
leel. ev«ry Wsuliir.'.la. Wy-fliiB la
lielwiwyi'i •■•II Vl'.iini asubtn
.nsavliflslly l.ylwf,
B. NlfMO " T.
a.HeVlUlKV.l-e.
Wat MIM* IrODtlM
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K.ea imi.T««. tat,
WMllsitnlMtger1t.2X.ttr.
Miel, .very Friday is I. 0. 0 f. ball .1
7:J»p.m.
n. noujtKiv, oo.
1. W. LEWIS, Sk.
J. RcDonaM
Agent Ior B. 0. roller, Oampiay.
Chlmaey Pip., Imr Pip., «ull.y
Trtps.Tt, Tl, Bud., rile, aad
fflflSt.. Ud-flltl
Hind Had. Pit Sheet ai IU..
■•.h-an lacWrvmade.Owiall
tu 4m gnarulwl.   lUwlife; el
ti s. enfiitio,
LADYSMITH. • %.».
Cohan Oigar FartNf
Manalsslann at sks Faassas
CUBAN   -   BLOSSOM
Hone but Uuion Libia) uipl-fjMI.
U. 3. BOOTH, Pre-»s}wa-.
HANilMO, B. 0.     '
Dav Id    Murray.
Oeneral
Blacksmith    '-'
Bailer atnet.
Shop will ka arm emg
Friday.ad Sskjrdsy.    ^
The
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ft It. All tka mavra
ef all-/ ni tlietrici
leteel feraif t iittl-
liftatc. Accarata
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eleea, imtlep*nd«ttt,
fctrlaam Somtthitig
te literati tvtrjbtdj
Notkiag to offend
Anybody. Subscribt
Now.
The Leader
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