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','. money trade with       |
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Leader
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For Boots and Shoes
Sickle's is the store
HTttMiHrTTHrHitTftTrr
VOL. 1. NO. 8_.
yVEDDESDAYi JPJSE U5, i»02.
l'MUL FIVE CENTS.
B8S-asBS*i*Jj*««*i-a-«^^
GROCERIES
We Keeep Fresh and Complete .Supplies of
FAMILY  GROCER
ou hand all the time and sell at lowest -prices.
no time for goods to get stale or ; old on our
shelves—they go out so fast.
A good assortment of Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Millinery and Dry' Goods iu all the
Latest Styles.        .....
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale aiid  Retail  Merchants,
Esplanade and Oatacre Street,
*************i*»i***^^^^i^
Ladysmith
When Visiting Nanaimo Try
H,
Sausage
FOH SALE
 Lots I and a Bliw!;-IS	
Fine residentiiil lots, Splendid view
Loll 2, 5, A, 7,'», Bl.ioli 211; I, its 2, S,1,
Block 80; Lots 1, 2, 3, I, Bl-ok 81.
Choicest Front Lots and Corners
On Xst Ave.   For prices ami terms apply to
THOMAS KITGHIN - - NANAIMO.
G.Wn SCOTT
•    Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and fanny bread.    Oitkea and pas-
irie-  ol  all  descriptions.     Fruits   it-
season.
JJARTU-.V OISBQUNI*,
Manlier Calls Stii-lely or Civil   Klighicern
Member hisUltiUoii or KIcctrlcal Uti-rlueeri
Electrical Engineer
C'lirt-'Siioiiiltti-:!' Siiliiilcil
Work Gtiarntitcetl P. a Box .157
T.AUVrt.\HTIl. n. C.
sGRAND HOTEL\
Win. Ucverldge, Hrop. £
riils 110* holal lias lii'wi enii.li.rlsblj tn.nlilir.1 and ilir bar if np lo .lBle.  j>
Bust iniiiiiininnilaiiiiii Inr transient ami permanent boardors and lodgers,  £
Rates, $1 per Day and Upwards. •'
Ths Esplanade, - Ladysmith, B. G. |
v.nwi'-^.'.v.v.wa.'.v.-
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Savoy    Xheeitres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -   AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the Norih-Wcst
Pioneer Bottling Works,  Nanaimo.
MitiiuOtctut'eH
Soda Water, Oinger Beer, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages of all kinds.
W. E. RUMHING, Proprietor,   Li^y.
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We are Agents for j
SPALDINQ BASEBALL GOODS j
- •   Large stock of English Fishing Tackle, Lacrosse floods, Etc.  ]
John Barnsley Si Co.;
Victoria, B. C. j
—I .,-..-..-    pun,,., ,;tc     1
■'   Agents lor
J. 1. Tayler
Fire Proof Safes.
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>o) 0) ■$■ $ ■$■ ■$'^#^#4#^'l' ■!■ d) 0 ■$■ dj»$ -$ ■$ v 0
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Our Millinery haa been ordered to vacate the premises. We are
pnim* tn a-dl ourTrimiued hats and I.oiu ete at About Soc.on the Dollar
25 Only—i.'t.il-l.i it' R-e white Mini]in Hats nnd Bonnets. All
nowg.it.o.-.   Tbey were pi.ei;iv*-h fLfO r">nh Sale Price 05c each
35 Only—Ohi driVr. Ortuui a-- White Muslin ilvs and IV-i-nata,
tlila aunsuu'a giinilp,   Tbey were ••i-.-tiv*-I\ 75 to 85  sale Price, 50c
A bl(r ex-r'a out oh ■prluiii.-t'd liais and IJouiit*ia in WQmt*n'_ mlesep'
nml children's,.
1- Only-Lilies aud MVe-: TV&iinied Ha-a and Burnet*. Regn
In, ft nntl 4.5 Sale Price $2.50 each
i8*0niy—Ladies* uml Misses* T/immed Hd's. Regular, *7 00 and
ft 00 Sale Price, $3.50 each
w Only—Ladlea' and mtom.* -Trimmed \1*\k Reuiila-$8.00 and
ylO 00   Sale Price, $5.00 each
Tinse aretposliivclj all ibis -e.-on's hnlp, Yon can liny any of
our hiuim'sd hats ur pricei 1 *>-' 11 -i**J i; mmi-aris'tn lu thisi mentioned
ahiive, Weare clearing oil' our lan"iiV nt.il children's summer sun-
B'miles. ■ Don't meditate too lougqr fl't- choice will begone,
A apeeUI fancy check gingham jiii a il 1 ir en ltd™ 25c. each
Trie Ateat. anmrnerfiihrtd (ordr&R-a is Vh-hi Ulntlr and Crepe De
Chine. Wi- havo tbem in Hn , l.ntn, LIU-and Hi-owii slindea. Troy
were tfii*- Clearing nt 40c, yard
We t.re nuking Lit In us inttireaU] g to the buyei8pf.tilulhiiigt whither
it lie Men's, Youths' or liny*-.
Men's all wool CanailfairTweai^Snits in gray cheeks, imnd linlna*
Clearing at $5 stilt
Men1-- ligiitetrav tweed suits, round 0 rnera. aiti'tfl.*. brPi*EtfSfI ve'tu,
lined wiih Italian eloll Clearing «t $0.50 suit
Men'a all wool Koyllt'li wurstedlfervt' -oio>, mivv h tie, •■qiiar.e cut
fronts, un "I lining and irirnir 'tig Clewing at $10 a suit
Men'*, line all wool, clay finish btacl* worsted euitti,round ot* t-qnare
cute.   You'can have pan tii tu rastch coat and veat or n nice neat
1*   airipe       .1 Your Choice, $12.50 suit
H-    ■;    Men's extra'line ull'tvool imvy won- mita— the uoieri 'il) l> 'Vmo'v
k   Brand,   Rqund or-sqiiare cutf / Special $15 a suit
f Men'rt fancy Btripe llaiinel outing Bints, coin and iiania.
Special $3.50 suit
Men', all wooUtripi flannel tin tit. in naw, coat end dmuIb.
Very Nobby, $12.50 suit
We are rl.-iirini' ont a lot of enrp.-ln and lir.oleums.   Yard-widti ie*
verpitite lograin carpelK .., 26c. yard
Reversible .lute Tapestry carpelEf,... 25c. yard
Good patterns iu Tapefctry carpi-ti,   Special, 35c. yd. l{*-gnlai 50c
4 yard witla blnoleuhia iu thu lj.(Bl of desiitut,, 6l)ti..M|,yard,or tfa
running yard:   This ia a bin oll'urtn#
C. L SIEVE!
_■   \a9 i S_ V Llililfl^
Nanaimo's Big Store.
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
Garlists Will Recognize Alfonso as
Lawful King of Spain.
Workmen's Clubs Boycotted by
Breweries in England.
Only two gin-lues of liquor are served
to the same pi*»'ion in one day at the village hotel in Chop-wed, on Der wen .side,
control lei by the Earl ui tfre)'_ public
lltillB ■ tniH'.
Of all tl.e meiubern of the royal family
the J hike uf Connaught ie credited with
bitvtug the best seat on horseback He
has 1-tii.ii acuuBtouied lo riding from early
boyhnoii, when ho iia.d to take Iuh-ious
at the military academy at Wootwi.ti.
Sir Koben Gifl'en, the elatiaiit'i.tu, estimates that i'i501)110,000 a yt-ar -.i.l
soon by required fur Hritaiu'a aru'iti-
merit.
A dispaU-o from MRUild says tlmi ihe
Carlint ohlela will BUortly meet at liarc."
loim aud that it is expected they w ill tie-
oide to vecgniz-Alfonso as the lawful
kioj; of t-pairi and renounce funhi'raL-
teiopts to bring abpu, an uprising.
By iiiero waste causeil by coius nibbing together the civilized world loses
one and u quarter tons of gold and
eighty-sight tons of silver yearly.
The departineut of agriculture has
been notified that lhe South African
British and Colonial Indn.triul exhibition wiil be heitl nt Capetown iu No*
vaniber, 1003,
Workmen's clubs are being extensively boycotted by brewers in - the
North of Ki,„hii;il. The reason ussikouiI
ia tout en,Hi uluba attract custoui from
the public In use.
At a meeting of the London Chamber
of Commerce Lord llriissey spoke ol the
ehip] ing cutiibiiiatiuu mul said that
there was 1.0 need for alarm iu Great
Britain.
Tin; uew battlesbiii London will be.
tho principal flat-ship at tlie coronation
review.
It iri iinjletstoiil  lb"' Generals JI oli.t,
I W. T. Heddle & Co. |
Particular Grocers, Nanaimo.
Make n specially of quality,   by buying largely and at close
prices' sell the very finest goods at low prices.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO LADYSMITH
SoleagStits for "Deckajulie" Tea, Upton's "Finest" Hams   Jt
and Bacon.
r   II. SIMPSON, ,
BitrrlMer, Solicitor,
Attorney, Notary Piililic, IJte.
Mont-y t« Lmiii.
Kniintttlo, .'.-. B, C.
NO TRORBLE
TO CATCH ON
When yon Smoke tlm
PROVINCE CIGAR
Unit un I'arlli.   M.ihiifniiiiiiTil b)
PROVIDE CEGAH GO,,
Vales Street, VICTORIA, D. C,
H
>S>?XN<t>«X^&^^
MILLS   BROS,
Wholsiala ai.il .tnlai! Di'alers In .Meals.
P.mltrv   nml  Vi'imlalilHs.   linn-. In
.sun.    Hlilppinti urilnn tuluinlml un
ort nollna.
Jessups Pharmacy
HIGH   STREET.
I'rsiorlptiui 1 iiaraf'illy .llipr.isr.4l. Opun
ids; ami nltjlit,
The Crescent Hotel
Wm. Iliipple, proprietor,
KirBt-nlass accoinmwlstiotii Ior mlnnri
und transiimti.   None bnt
The Best Wines and Liquors
nrved at Ibe bar.   Ulve ni a call.
Cur, Viittorls lid A Oommantial 8t.
NANAIMO,
B.G
WARNING!
ARE   YOU   INSURED?     (''»"
get Insured m oneu lor It mil)' bs
tno Into imiiiirrnir. I ri'prpn'.il seVirni
01,1) nml HI'.l.l.MII-H Uoiiipiiiiloinnil
ean insure yon st a nmment'i noUreBi
tlie lowest ptisslbte rales, all leadlDs
ooiil|i,,iii™ obnrno Ibe smiiii mtn. IJm.'i
be misled iuto Insurlim with neboiti
oornpany-ritinlslitba iluar in the end
"WU 1101,1) TII UK KAI.-H."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. O, Draws. 38, Niiuiiiino. II, O.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Thia nld-l'lH.-thlii'ed, ImihI-CIiiho ami
Topnlar Hole! i« most com fori ably, furnished, centrally rdtnated, Hub pitete
trains. Kxcelleul Olitslne. Har stnokeil
with Ihe Quest wltms, liquors and ci»j.iie.
NANAIMO, B. 0,
JOS. FOX,     *     *      Proprietor.
NO RESULT IS REACHED.
Conferencfj of Miners and Operators
Accomplish Nothing.
ITieconferptitPfof Linfrjlbai minr-ra and,
operators   at   Pitta -ir-' it.'^j.'i'li^icii
u ithlnir, as UBti il.   Ni-iili.tr i-iito.i'U'freil
ivi I'f-i.i-.H.   H.i..evi-r. il < re fa a
disposition nn (he part cl ili=i miners'o
a '"i'|.t ,i -'inn- r tn1---, "iv i a settlement
ie r-<" ed it >■     •   h-lleved tliat the
nprn v*.ill f.nvtirfl Rftinrat strike, even
■mi it I  one in- foriwl liy the iieuet,a]
iventi h ne'itt inoiiilr, The cnal atrik*
b had a r-eiitu   tile', up'in iho iron
in sin in the Lt'ljigh valley.   Kvery
furnace ih tlnj-dlptrlci  in either h.nked
ur  blown  oul  iinrl  nn  Iron dealer is
qnoled hr phvIi-k Ho-t   tlu-re ie  not a
ponyd nl pic iron in the markol thai
uan be pilittl need.   T'o scarcity nl pig
iron will be the cine o| the shotting
down of  hum j 11  lu  Industries  m-ing
that pin'lur-  n.il.H-i -tlie iniiiet'r- _> U<
wmk Wllblll » Vt'fV short tiui«.
A   OOlIltUOTlONi
In the acif'tuiit of tlm nemctory c oi*
cert, publisliKl S^tunlay last, ihe nanu
"f Mist lit icl was itmdv.irlent.lv OUiltted.
A gen tie tn an ano h.njihi a Wit ol
nltithea leitentl) totik tbe liberty o
•nicir.lng wi'h dir-iuurniifl htiiIih tn iht
ijiirments, A holler explosion enuldn'i
destroy n Caldwell suit ol (hose art
tweeds*
Coder the auspicus ul the N.iuiilmo
Oiitiini'iiicti an ixcuiBi'in has been nr
ranged for on cuiomillon day to Cumberland,
I'elarey Mid Luc.ru Meyer, it ml Mr,
Uei'K, fiom-rly state aeiiretarv nf tbe
Transvaal, will ■ visit London in Augtut
ii uonnuution with tlie details ut ihe
j.iaci* fcttlemcnt.
I'ldward tlnrringlnn, wbo has just
parsed uway, w is accounted the wiltietjl
Itifdi ni'in'ii't of j Is d y. One nigh' Sir
Richard Webster, now lord cbief just iee,
wb-n Hito.iipy-gem-rril, ia; down Upon
bir-tut Mr. llarriii.tnii congratulated
Sir Richard upon (be fact that his bend
was not in bis hat at the crushing
moment.
Tbe monument* on iho grave of'Lord
lluesell ol KiiiiiwHii et.iCpBon cemetery
ii now oompteied, It is of white mar
hie, and is reproduced from drawings
which Lady HiiBseil of Kilo we i had
made ol an Irish crosa in tbe cemetery
of the ruined abbey of Cloiiuionuise, in
the bauks ol ihe Shannon*
A donkey belungiug to Simon 1'urtell,
who liirms a piece of l-ind near Kilrush,
Ireland, has been foun 1 wiih its tongue
turn nnt and lied to ils neck hy a piece
of rope. Purlill wae nispeeted of being
in treaty for nn evicted farm.
A dumber of pigt- in a village near
iVickl-i.-.', Ireland, drunk oiHul n tiougli
nlo wl i"h a jir of rhubarb win** (onr
.care old bad been nccidenially poured,
-nd became helplessly drunk.
I'rivaio Smith ol the Liverpool regi-
oient, ami Trooper Mtirlin G lT.-y, nf the
S.u lliibtiirs, eommitted Btiicidu at the
purraghcamp. The former shot him*
it'if, and the latter was 1 uml h nging
in tbe military , risen,
' In spite uf all that is bain* raid to
dissuade intending emigrants from leaving Ireland, tbe exodiiB Irom West Cork
was never so pronounced i a of late,
Karl Cadogan, viceroy of Ireland, Is
(J2 years old. llciaa grand i.epliew of
the ti h Uoke ot Wellington, and himself served as under secretary fur war
in 1875,
PORT OF LADYSMITH.
Ship Antiope Due-Kinross Discharging Ballast,
Str. Wellington Arrives From the
° South.
Ship Kinross is now discharging ballast, her donkey engine, whioh was
jroken, having been repaired.
Sir. TjiiBtle arrived Sunday for a oad
if coal.
Str. Otter was iu Sunday for a cargo
of Wellington coal.
Str. Amur called in on her way north,
lor a load of fuel.
Ship Antiope is now dne here fort
hail of coal. It ie rumored that tbii
ryill bs her Inst trip to Ladysmith aa she
'a (o be converted into an oil carrier.
Sir. Wellington arrived on Tuesday
imirnlin* f -r a load of Wellington coal
fur San Kra-icisco.
The transfer did not get in on time
Monday, owing to some delay at Van-
c tuver.
BOARD OF THADE.
Meeting Held Monday-Cemetery
Site.
A*, the regular meeting of the board
of trade held Monday night, various
matters were brought to tbe notice of
tbe executive. The cemetery site was
discussed and it was decided to accept
the location suggented by Mr. Hunter.
Other matters pertaining to the welfare of the city were left over until tbe
first Monday in July, when tbey will be
fully gone into at tbe general meeting to*
be held on that date.
Mr. J, W. Coburn was aopoiuttd dele*
gale Irom Ladysmith hoard of trade to
tbe Victoria hoard of trade, to consider
inntTers f.o1" tbe idvanceuieiti of the
bnsiuess uf the Island iu general.
CEMETERY CONCERT.
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures.
Tbe following ia the stutt ment of the
receipt' ami expenditures Irom the con*
cart held hy the cemetery committee:
Received frmn sale of tickets    $64 00
'Rent of church  $ 5 00
Moviug piano      3 00
Print ng and advertisiug    4 00
Train fares, singerr........     3 00
Meals and rooms, singers 3 75
Paid singers for services.. 6 00
Chbii on hand 41 25—$64 00
To-morrow has been proclaimed a
public holiday owing to the coronation
ul King Edward Vll and Queen Alexandria. , All the business houses in
town will be closed.
vW/iiViV.^
UV«V;n%^8VK8S8S«NK
S AWAY
THEY
1 GOI
g Toj heavy a stock.   We must at
/ once reduce the eame to one half.
Price made to suit your pockelbook
FURNITURE,
Cooking Stoves and' Ranges
f   Trunks and Valises.
S Bain- Carriages, Go Carta. Now".
J, tin' tlmi' to buy. Don't eat it off.
*• Bin do ii now,
| We Pay.AII Freight to
;■        [Ladysmith.
:• WE SELl FOR CASH ONlY
1
| J.  H. QOOD &  CO
NANAIMO.
The Great Cash Furniture!
im** -5=
LADYSMITH   LEADER JUNE. 25. 190?.
Ladysmith Leader
[-AND—t
WtUlnfton-Bxtcnalon News.
rwbliihed every Wednesday and Saturday at
Ilia Leader Building, corner of First Ave. and
*r«-c_, Street, Udyamlth, British Cotutubfa.
T. jL. GRA.HAUR, Kditor and Pbofkibtok.
SUBSCRIPTION RATIiS.
EtrUAiL in Canada and Unitbd statsb.IJ
ttaayaar (atiicUy in advance) Ja oo
U\ months (atrictly in advance), .-  - -"5
ADVERTISING RATES.
' TRANSIBNT—First insertion ioc, a line; each
snbaequtnt lnaertton 5c. a line.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
' Ratea on application. No wood cuts used,
Cat* for regular use should be all metal.
Marriage, Birth, Death and Funeral notices,
each Insertion 50c,
Advertisements not inserted for a specified
Hut win be charged for until ordered to be dlt-
ataUnned.
ftOt LEADKR will be found at the following
places;
1 a-lyamith—The Leader Office; The Ladysmith
pharmacy.,
waitatuio-E, Pimbury & Co.
Victoria—Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels.
Ya.i-oiiver-Public Library, and Holels.
New Westminster— Public Library.
All cnanges in advertisements must be received
it this office before u uoou the day before
Essie,
Hi- isctibers not receiving paper regularly please
report to tbla office.
Ail |un work strictly cash on delivery.
ti in*.ant advertisements cash in advance.
WEDNESDAY, JUNK .5, 1902.
NOTICE.
Mr. Leigh Netherby It authorised to
collect .cconnli and receive psyment ol
moneys due to Tb. Leader during my
absence iron Ladyimith.
T. L. GRAHAME,
COaT  OF  THI  STRIKE.
Tha fllth wMk ol th. coal minen
ilrik. in Viraini. hai com. ud gone,
and it is estimated thst IU cost in the
aggretsta ha. been abont $27,000,000,
a>yi tha 8pokMman.Be.lew. Ol thli
lerg. amount about 16,600,000 isrepre-
Mated by Miners'wsges; .bout$16,tXKl,.
000 hu been lost to operators ln ths Mis
01 eoal, aad |3,600,000 to merob.snt.ia
trad., while Ih. remainder li repre-
■ented by Ih. loim by dependent
Intereiti throughout the country.
Ai lhare Menu no immediate pro.-
PMt oi an agreement being reichsd, thil
laimsnM low will be .ngmenled dsy by
day nntil Iha Una) ognisi srs certain to
be little short oi nlessal. Th. opora.
Ian are Hill anwllllng to arbitral., and
ei tbey asm to bs In aa adrintigeom
position for holding ont for lurrsndsr,
th.pTO.pMt ior ending th. eipeneire
wntroveray ll f.r Irom being neonrtg-
lag.
Th. Iomm entailed by these difflcul-
tin bttween .mployer and employee are
stupendous, .nd, as libor hn been more
perfectly erganlnd and th. julu.nce of
ilrlkei li lelt more widely, the damage
to both partial Is bound to become
greater. Commissioner oi Labor Wright,
who bai been uilng hii beait endeiror
to bring shout a settlement ol tbe prei.
.at trouble, hai mad. . report on tbe
ilrlkei ol Ih. esnnlry, covering a period
ol twenty year., and he ihowi thst In
th.t tlm. the .ggregit. loll suffered by
employers .nd employees hll not been
Im. thin 1165,000,000. In 1181 then
were 471 itrlkes, the money ion to
workmen being .bout 18,372,000 and th.
lontoemployerione-b.llofthitamonnt.
Ia tha year 1900 the strikes numbered
1770, the .mploytM loaing 118,000,000 in
wag** and th. employer! losing some-
something like 11,600,000 worth ol bml.
aMi. Thai In twanly pears the number
et ilrlkei bare increued 400 per cent,
with oorreiponding losses to .11 partiea
uncerned, And one bad feature of the
unfortunate business is that the loam
nf Ih. workmen, unlike tbat of the employer!, haa ment privation .nd per-
kapi lurferlng lo hnndredi of lamiliei
who ara dependent upon Ihe daily wage
and are put to great sacriflcni when
compelled to do without it.
the World were true, it ii net a vary
logical .rgum.nl M opposed to th. contention ol Ihs Leader that "it Is much
better to piss legi.latlon sslegurdlng
tha lives oi miasm than holding iavMti-
gatioai liter thsy sre killed." Tha coal
minari of thi province have repeatedly
asked Ior isch legislation, bat every
menure introduced In thr leglilature
with thii object in view haa bein to
amended and mutilated thatltbenm.
useless ior tb. pnrpoMi lor which it wu
intended. Looking th. .table doer alter
the horn hu been itolsn is not a vary
win conns to purine, Blither can an
insinuation attributing merounary motive! to tbii pspsr bs esnildared a vary
itrong argument in discussing a question ol inch importance. The editor of
The Lesdsr hM been at Harrison Hot
Spring! f.r th. put fenr WMk.. Beloie
ImvIus k. did not inform a. thit any
parMB bai T. L. Orahama wm reipenii-
ble ler the opinioai expressed ia it,
neither did he instruct us a. to whole
fur ehould be rubbed tbo right or the
wrong way during hii sbience. There-
lore itemi appearing in the paper ibontd
be judged by the argument! advanced,
and not on account ol any real or supposed ownenhip or influence of partlee,
io lar ai we know, not connected in snv
way witb the paper or iti policy.
Tbe eeeaion of the legislature, the
longeat in the history ot the province,
was brought to a cloie th. put week.
It ii difficult to determine wb.t war.
the objecti limed at or Ih. result, in
wiie or on win legi.latlon ol thli phyii-
cally th. griit.it talking match la Ihs
world'i hiilory, ior II ll not probable
th.t any vary great mental effort wm
necemry to produce the wordy torrent,
ofiomeof tbe member.. Certain 11 ll
that noneol our legislators are likely
lo be in .ny Immediate dinger ol an
attack ol brain fever. However, .very
ptraoa ia th.provino. ihould feel thankful th.t Ih. leglilature hM been prorogued ud th.t Ib. mem ben hsvs got
Ml.ly back to their houiee without a
number .1 them ippesrlng In Ih. pulloa
ooarl on a etiaiga ol aalng indeMnt
language, or lor Muult sad bettwy, or
•a public nulsencM, or vsgged a. son-
producers, eseeptlng hot. air.
Esquimalt &  Nanaimo -Railway
Reduced Rates and Special Train Service to Victoria
To Celebrate the Coronation ol King Edward VII.
State Coronation Ceremony, Grand Review of II. M. land and sea loriii'r,
Societies grand reunion with athletic and nutlonal .ports nf ail klmls.
Senior Championship Baseball Matches-Stanford University va. Victoria
Spisndid illuminations. Trains leave l.idysmitli ut 0:10 a. m. nml 5:1(1 pIWii.
awh day from Wednesday, June 25th, until Sunday, June 20lb, is.i-l,. i
Pare tor th. Round Trip, $i.So, Children under 12, iti rente Tinsels
good ior going journey Wednesday, June 2fith, to Saturday, Jnne 28ili, Inclusive,
returning not inter than Sunday, 29th.
fiao, L. Courtney,
Traffic Manager
jjai
A«T.
THia  AND  THAT.
The Tueoavir World i.yi thai Tbe
_M_tr'i "minion I. to support a col-
!l.ry ewnar in «v.rything he does."
Thi. ll tb. ityli ol argument lor which
Ibe World hM bMa noted irom iti dnt
Inn..   Ev.nl! th. atatemut msde by I tured interrogatively
uudsb sraoiiL.
Three ol ai, .11 perlnl ilraugen to
oo. mother, est al tha ism. table at
luncheon in th. Oommaiclsl hotel, Tea.
conv.r, mnncbing onr lood In th. ilolid,
unenjoylng feihlon peculiar le Britiih'
•re. Ol eoana nobody ipaka. What
doM a Brltiibar wanl with .Illy .latter
whan h. il coninming la.17 All that
lorlol aoannM il wall eaaagh tor illly
French people, or American.; bat It
won't go down with loyal mbject. ol
hi. Britannic msjnty. Bo wi munched,
ud chawed .nd exchanged ihorl, solemn
loaki over tb. ipoon or lork or tumbler.
Tha man opposite m. wu. farmer;
anj body could tell thai hy hi. complexion, in which the tu ol toibjoma
dayi in tha field mingled with th. red
badge el health In hii cheek.. And hia
hsndi wsrs knotted snd gnarled and
brown. He had a kind oi perpetual
■mile ol mild apologetic snd conciliatory type hovering abont hi. month
and eyei ol laded bin.. I could see lhat
he lairly itched to talk, but WM di«.
dent about it. Truly il I. .boat a. hard
to get a word to begin oa u II ll to gel
one to lit down on whan one !■ making
ipeeeh. Ha looked at me aad hit
eyee eeemed to uy:
"Friend, I'm a itranger; won't yoa
h.v.a talk with.(.HowT"
But th. item eonditloni ol BrlHib
etiqnette forbad, .ny inch shocking dereliction ol dnty. Then he looked side-
wayi at hii niighl er, wlthonl deriving
mnch encouragement.
There wm a typical John Boll. Tree,
he wore no collar and ha ate with hia
knile, as II that had bun duly declared
legal by a.l oi parliament. But Mai. .1
tbe finest men I ever knew at. with
th.ir kniVM ud looked upon the
lurched collar as au instrument ol lor-
tnre-wbieh it il. Bui our collsrlm
friend ll quits evidently s very inbilsn-
tlnl penon, as well lu world'! gear u in
phyiloal andowniaute, far he wai mu.lv.
and hi. lue wai item u that ol a
Oromwelllu Ironilde—how grud that
lac would have loikod nadar Iha visor
and behtad Iha ilMh guard; what a
grim old purltu warrior ha would hate
made. Th. counterpart.I hia lace may
bo lonnd ia many a famoui battle painting. Bnt h. wu anmlitakably a termer, too, so he:e wm a ti. to bind the
twain there, Mlemnly munching city
victual.  Al hut tha ruddy man via-
" Seems kind o' back'ard tbii ipring,
milter?"
- Tha big man etopprd chewing am)
wtthont taming to look at the ipeaker,
grunted " Which-"
Somewhat taken aback tbe other
timidly tried igain.
"Yawnp; 'til a little behind the
usual."
" We've better lock in the east " said
ths mild man.
"Oh, ye Irom the east?"
" Yei."
" Whereabout,?"
" Gorlph."
"Hie, I kuowi-,1 r-niiin Folks ill.ii-
twenty year ago. Tni* your lint trip
wisel?"'
. "Yea, to B.iiish ('n'miiliia; awl. I
gueil it'll be my last."
The big tn.n wheidid in his chair, Mb
capacious month full of h.el mill his
Sy.i lull of curioiity. "Why, man.
wh.t m.kei you eay that?" Dou't ynu
Ilk. the country?"
" Hot what I've Men o' it, so lar
relnrasd the mild on. lomewhat die-
eoneoLUly.   " 1 guess Ibe Mast's good
enough lor me."
"Ob, pshaw, you ain't leen this conn-
try right or y. wouldn't talk, like th.t,"
retorted the big lellow, punching, his
viciously through the reliactory hide of
s baked potato. "Tbey all leel thst
w.y at flnt; yes, the flnt year in Brit
lab Columbia ain't pleasant; you can'l
get thing, to nit y. tell, an' ye'ieall
lor going .might back home. Then ye
gat need to II; ud keep on ye get t' like
ll M w.ll the E.it couldn't pull ye back
with . stomp extractor. Mo, sir; this is
Ih. but put oi Canada, an' don't you
forget it. Now, look at me; I've got a
plus, up on the Fraser, ud I tell you,
Mend, it'e th. easiest country to make
. llvln' in 1 aver etiuck, sn' I'ae done
mm. journeying in my liiiu:. Yon
couldn't drive me back east with a pile
driver. Ho, elree; people may talk as
they dained please, but British Columbia ean'l be beat lor makiu' a good livi.i'
•My."
Aad Iha big mu nodded diiiwii.ly._i
Ih. mu irom Gnelph, ud alio favored
m. witb a vlgorom nod, which I re-
lamed with compoand intereit. Tbe
■en from Oaelph nulled amiably and
gUMMd there might be something iu
Ikll.
"Tan tut there'e Kunethlug in It,
air," continued Ibe big man. "You
Jul la np yonr tr.pl nick iu Guelph
ud give bar a trial for a year and dog-
oa-II II yon eould be driv' back 'cept In
a coma."
Tha mu Irom Guelph seemed ini-
■ee.ed, and m h. took a fistful of toothpick. Irom th. jar, remarked that hn
wonld have a big think to himself about
Ihe matter.
do to Weinrobe'i itore, High siren
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LADYSMITH LEADER.    JUNE 25 1909.
GRAND CELEBRATION
DOMINION DAY, 1902
TO BE HELD AT LADYSMITH, B. C.
LADYSMITH. B.C.
Will Celebrate the National Holiday With a Grand
WATER CARNIVAL AND FIELD SPORTS
GRANDEST REGATTA
COURSE IN AMERICA.
Don't Fail To See The Magnificent Struggle Amongst The Hardy
Warriors Of 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 WAR,
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MUSIC BY BEST BANDS IN PROVINCE.
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Ladysmith Celebration will be Ihe Best in the Province, LADI SMITH'LEADER, JUNE 25.   190?.
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When the
Laundry Man
Doesn't Come.
No man rightly prizes a shirt
until be reaches home lor au
' engagement and finds that the
cupboard ia bare and the
laundry hasn't come,
Come to us
You'll flml.all kinds here,
from the furmsl full drees to
tbe soft, light*weight, cool
summer fellow. Full drees
11.26 to $1.60, Other ibirts
from SOU. lo $2.50. We nre
the Shirt People! American
Collars, too, L'O cents each,
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Get your natch repaired by   Lively
Ha ls a Praotical Mechanic.
Ths teamiters of   Udysmi'.li   have
formed a union.
Don't fail to lee 0.11. Gavin's samples
ol wallpaper at Captain Dillon's ofllc..,
"Esplanade. Choice new designs at ••»
toniibingly reasonable prices.
Quite a number of merchants from
ontiide towns were in Ladysmitli Monday looking for suitable lote on which lo
erect buildings ior branch houses.
Watche:, clocks, rings, ute. to be Bold
at great reduction at B. Korcimnier's.
Work on tbe new echool hoiiEe is
expected to recommence this week and
will be rmhed through to completion.
Don't lorget B. Forciniraer'a sweeping
isle. 	
A large number of the citizen! of this
town .veiled themselves ol the oppor-
tunity ol tbe cheap fare on the E, A N.
to visit Duncans Sunday and lieteu to
the Filth'Regiment baud.
Forcimmer ia offering 8-day clocks ior
$1.(0.   Sea tbem.
Procrastination bai lost many a man
hii life's opportunity, but men clothed
in Caldwell's Nanaimo elegant summer
IQitingi have opportunities thrust upon
them.
MISS B. KEITH
The well-kuown Nanaimo dressmaker is prepared to make skirts
from $2.oo up. All work person*
ally supervised, guaranteed, and
first-class.
When your watch don't go to suit you
or you haven't not what you want, just
take it down to Lively, and exchange it
for what you want.
The benefit dauce given in aid of Mr.
1). Kerr on Saturday night was a grand
success, a large number being present.
Dancing was kept up until 12.
A hen may klox
And a klox mny tick,!
But Lively don't give tick
Ou a three-dollar clock.
Mr. W. IT. Mason has Bent his stock
of booke. etc, to Vancouver, where his
bou lui'i opened a store.
DR. J.  GRICE,
DENTIST
Johniton Block,     •     Nauai.no, 13. 0
P. 0. Boi, 37, Tel. 145,
Viiiti    Lsdyimith   every  Saturday,
Hours irom 0 a. m. till 5 p. in,
Abbotsford Hotel,
JUNE, 1902.
'CROWN CORONATION TRAYS"
JUST RECEIVED.
Thsy ars lolling quick, como and secure
one.
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmitli,       - B. C.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinsmith,
Plumbing,
it for B. W. Paint.   McOlaiy'a
ail*-1
ind Bangei.
Pipes repaired, AH kinds ol native
specimens mounted and made to order
at Lively's, the .tailing jeweler.
Work on the short line is being hurried through nml will he ready for
operation in the course of a few months.
Fancy Silks, suitable for blouses and
Indies' costumes, at tlie Oheapside
High street.
It is rumorpd that, one of the popular
engineers of the local and one ol Ladysmith's moat charming young ladies will
shortly unite in the holy bonds of matrimony.
Our stock is now complete in funny
drygoodn, Inots sIiocb, gents' furnishings
etc., undoubtedly tbe finest showing on
(lie Island. The ObeapBide, High St.
A party o| Californiaim arrived on the
Str. Wellington Tuesday. They went
down to Chemainus river on a fishing
expedition.	
Dime Rumor has it that a lahorer at
the Ohetnainua logging camo wns seriously honied during the bush fires
around 'he camp Inst week.
Offing to the rush nl bnsinepB in ihe
city Mr. David Murray will hereafter be
found at his blacksmith Bhop the full
week.
Four more families moved down from
Kxtension on Tuesday. Extension is
fast being depopulated.
WALL PAPER
Sanitary Warranted Wall Paper,
Plain Ingrain and Figured Papere.
All with Borden and Celling! to
match. Full Hue of all kintle kept
in stock at
SAMPSON'S CASH STORE
Commercial St.
NANAINO, B.O
Later it was announced that Corhett
and Sullivan have agreed to fight before
tbe West End club at Bt Louis, July 3.
They are to weigh 127 pounds at 2 o'clock
and will fight for 50 per cent, of the receipts, $5,000 guaranteed,
THE   Tl III.
The Amorifan jickevs *n-T** *•««». ♦wrt,
three, in the British Dominion two-year-
old race ol 1,000 sovereigns, distance
five furlongs, at the Bandow park London, first summer meeting, Saturday.
The SimenR colt, J. 11. Martin, was
first; Chaucer, Mahrer, came in second,
und Hammerkop, Clem Jenkins, ran
third.
Louve, Maher, won the Hampton 2-
year-old plate of 200 sovereigns, distance five furtongB.
WOLF.
Mrs. E. A. Manice, of New York, defeated Mies Helen Hernandez of Orange,
by 7 up and 6 to play, in the final match
Saturday, for the Women's Metropolitan
gold championship at the K-sex County
Country club, West Orange, N, J.
i*i:iim»\i,.
THE WORLD Of SPORT.
English Polo Team Defeats the
Americans.
The livcro-ne match nt Victoria lust
Saturday tesulted in a win lor Viotoria
by a score ol i> to 2. From « spectator's
point of view it waa anything but a
brilliant g-tme,
NTANDINU  OK TJtAMS,
Won.    Lost.   To Play.
Westminster    6 0 7
Victoria     * 'i ■-•
Naiinimo    I -1 8
Vancouver    1 -1 7
Saturday, 28th inet., iB the date of the
first game of the series between thu
Shamrocks  nml Westminsters for tbe
Minto cup.        	
<Ki< iii:r.
The Victoria boys were beaten by
the Vancouver boys Saturday hy nn innings and over 20 rung. Vancouver
made 101 in the first inning, and Victoria 68. In the second Victoria whs
retired for Bume 2-1 runs.
1*01-0.
The    English    Lenin    defeated
thf
Americana in the final game for the
American polocflp. The score wns 7 to!.
The game w'as in every way n Jltier
exhibition of polo than Its predeofeaftrs,
Tlie ground, though Bo'E'atnl rathoi
dead, was better than might have been
exported. Both teams meant to do
tbeir best, and tlie pace wftB fast throughout, There was not much apparent
superiority to the iDuglish ponies, yet,
they wore rather faster, and, porhap?,
handler* but It la only fair to attribute
the English victory chiefly to George
Miller'H good captaining; he lead bin
taaru beautifully, aud Cecil aud Fateson
Niokftlls obeyed each word, trusting him
fully. Huckmaator played a great game,
Ite was never iu a hurry, never flurried and never disturbed, and wben,
now and again, be came up iuto tin-
game, his long shoes were splendidly
true in their direction,
Terry McGovern, the pugilist, wbo in-
jured hii shoulder while playing baseball at College Point, N. Y., Is not so
badly injured as al first reported. It
wa.-: thought at thu time of tbe accident
that his shoulder bone was fractured,
but a further jxaiitinntion disclosed the
fact that no bones were broken.
Mike Donovan knocked out Tim
Murphy In the hint round ol the 15 round
contest before the Achme club of Oakland Cal.
The proposed fight between Young
Corbettand Dave Sullivan has been;de-
clared off ou account of the recent action of tbe fire and police board of Denver in forbidding huxing exhibition**-.
Manager Gallagher, ol the Coliseum
Athletic club, paylug the $500 forfeit.
Mr. Gavin Morton left ou Monday for
a visit to Vancouver.
Mr. Wm. Muneio returned to Victoria on Friday Imit.
Mr. McFarlnne of tbe Tyee smelter
returned home Saturday after a holiday
in the mountains.
Mr. Simon Leiser visited badysmHIi
Saturday;
Mr. Conway went to Chemainus Sunday to welcome home bis eon, who bns
junt. returned from college,
Mr, .1. W. Coburn paid a business
visit to Victoria Saturday.
Messrs. W. F. Norris, Geo. Norris ami
li. I). Ramsay ol ihe Nanaimo Free
Press atair were in town Friday night.
Mr. KnsBi'll. paymaster for tho Wellington Colliery company, went to Vancouver nnd Seattle for a holiday trip
Monday.
Mr Smith, of tbe firm ol Smith & El-
ford, contractors. Victoria, visited Ladysmitli Monday,
Mr. Wm, Beveridge visited Unucaiin
Sunday on a hunting trip
Mr. W. H. Mason le.fi for Victoria on
Monday's train.
FEMININE PRO-BOER.
English Visitors Angered at Vagaries of Kipling's Aunt.
Lniy Burn-Junes, widow of tbe late
Sir Edward Bunt-Jones, the painter, in
order to declare her strong sympathy
witb tbe Boers, displayed from a window of bur bouse at Kottingde-tn, Sussex, a tii,; inscribed with tbo words,
" You have kit hid, yon have conquered."
Tlie people of the village, who have
been celebrating the conclusion ol the
war with enthusiasm, were irritated at
Lady Burn-Jones' manifestation of her
sympathy, and made an angry demonstration outside the house. Her nephew,
Mr. Rudyard Kipling, who alBo lives at
Kotlingdeau. hearing of the disturbance,
hurried to his aunt's house aud ad*
dressed the crowd which had gathered,
pointing out tn them that such demon-
Btratlona against u lady were hardly the
thing. He succeeded in appeasing
them ami thu people di~parst.il. after
which the Hag was withdrawn, *
LADYSMITH'S CELEBRATION.
A Grand Time Promised for Next
Tuesday.
OnTueaday next Ladyemith will f*
tbe second time do honor to onr national
holiday, and if the weather man will
only favor thie city with a tine day
everybody will surely enj >y tliemBelves.
It will be seen by the programmes
what is offered to the people in tbe way
Evt iviltlnir in ii. rt arranged and It Is
hoped  notiiinn  uii n-i-t-'ln mar  the
granduHt   c-t*lt t<<»» ■ te history of
the prriyl -,(■,.,
TENDERS,
IRON CASH STORE, EXTENSION
Tei:i!t>rs will Ih- received l,y theuudep
iigne.il up in 28ih In <\ HUT' lo. tue removal if the nil -.a hu'l-liugtroth felt-
tsuiiou tn l.silysi.i.tb. Kor p.rt.1 ulara
apply to     0. 8. RYDER, Extuoilon.
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At
fletcher
Bros....
T. W. Fletcher, Sen., lias had thirty years' experience in sell-
iind repai-iiig Sewing Machines in B. C. Ladies, to save you
unnecessary expense by exchanging your good machines, that can
be made as good as new at a trifling cost. Look into this matter
and save money. Also bargains in household necessaries. Must
lie sold. Cor. First Avenue and Roberts Street.
****************************************************i
SWEEPING SALE
We linve still too much stock on hand and in order to reduce same
we are offering our large stock of Watches, Clacks, Kings, Chains,
Jewelry and Silverware at a great reduction. We will mention a few
specialties:
8-Day Striking Clocks  $2 50
Alarm Clocks        80
Watcties from    1 50
All guaranteed to keep good time.    Don't miss this chance.
B. FORCIMMER, THE JEWELER.
Cor. First Ave, and UoberteSt., Ladysmith.
ql sports, and a tirst-class day's plent-ure
is guaranteed lo all who spend the day
in Ladyemith. Special trains have been
arranged for from Nanaimo, Victoria
and Extension, ami no doubt will be
well patronized. The great event of the
day wilt hi' tho water curnivnl, in wifloh
the Indian braves will form i o. ntnr.ll
part.
Tho Fraternal 6r!er of Eaulesof Victoria and their friends wiil W iu line to
help iho sporis along and the Victoria
City band accompanies tbem to enliven
tbe celebration with lis mu ir.
The general committee will hold tbeir
meeting to-morrow night, when the
final arrangements will be made to In
sure tho succeBB of tlm celebration.
FOR 8ALE—34 acres of land opposite Ladyemith, Beautiful sights, joining Mr. Pane's properly' Forterms and
conditions apply to Alex. Mi.Lellan,
South Ceda-, ll. 0.
NOTICE.
TENDERS are at-lied for the privilege
ol the gtouuds for the purpose of having
soft drinks and ice creim stands, etc.,
during tbo lstJulyelebrntiou, Tenders
tiiifri.nt to '     1. GOULD,
•*■ 4, Esplanade.
TYEE COPPER
Smelting Works
CO.
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LADYSMITH
I Prepared to purchase ores as from August ist |
Convenient to E. & N. or Sea.
t un
Painting, Paperhanging and
Mattress Making.
Leave orders for matt rets making at
Capt. Dillon's Office, Esplanade, where
samples can be seen,
Guy H. Gavin, Ladysmith.
R. B. ANDERSON,
—Agent For—
"Perfect" Bicycles
Wheel repairing In all in hranehea
Fine metal working, specialty. Plumbing, amivlene gai, hot water and hot
air hentidg. Work done with despatch
and at reasonable rates.
BASTION ST..
NANAIMO.
David     Murray,
Oeneral
Blacksmith
duller Street, .       Udysmlth
Bhop will he open every Thursday,
Friday anil Saturday.
C. B. ROBELEE
Carpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
Oeneral Jobber.
Corner Pint Av.nus and uitacre StrMt.
Cabinet work of all kinds,
All klndeof soft wood furniture made
-and repaired,
Cuban Cigar Factory
Manufacturers of the Famous
CUBAN    -   BLOSSOM
None hut Union Labor employed.
Proprietor.
Maple Lodge, No. 6., I. 0. a, r.
Meets every Wednesday evening in
Niohulion's Hall, Visiting membere
ire cordially invited,
R.NIMMO O.T.
M. IHcKINUiY.Sim.
BA NNER LODGE
No. 31,
i. o. o. if.
Meets every Weiinesitay i-veiiing ut 7.300'clock,
Visitors cordially invilt-,1.
HUGH I'Ut.TON, Sec.
Weelifitjtofi lodge No. 2 K. of P.
Msels every Friday in I. 0. 0, F, hall st
7:80 p.m.
I>. GOCBXAY, 0.0.
1, W. LEWI8, Sec.
J. McDonald,
Atwi*'nr H 0 Pot'erv Company.
C lim-iev Pine, S.-wer Pine, (.nlley
Tn pa, Ts, Yn, Benda. Tiles aud
Grates ,
High St., Ladysmitli
Miners! Attention!
Hand Mnde Pit ISiioes at tbe same Mice
as cheap factory made. Come in anefsee.
All work guaranteed.    Repairing done.
A. S. Christie,
LADYSMITH,
B.O.
Saddler and Harnessmakcr
Mail ordere promptly attended to.
Prices Teanntmblw. Huggv harness
from $8. Kxpress harness from |I8.
Team harness from $.0	
Bigstm-k <>f dunks ard valise".   Trunks
(rein $2.    Valises from 50-.
C. M. CHAIMERS,
The Crescent,        —        NANs.IMO.BX
J. KENNY,
Ice cnhl Lemonade, Soft Drinks of
all Kinds.    Fruits, Pastry, Bread;
I — wm--
Finest Tobacco and Cigars
CAM. AT TUK
LADYSMITH   BAKERY.
PHI STUM UM
VANCOUVER.
P, D, JOHNSON, AGENT,
l,tisi-r & lliimhii,-re-'-*
ClOTHES CLEINED, DTED.
Do You Know?
that the work we do ii One, very
•       One,   All onr work ii guaranteed.
Nanalmo Clothing Renovntory
Opposite Nanaimo Hotel.
NANAIMO, B. 0.' P. 0. Box 420.
M. J. BOOTH,
NANAIMO, B. 0,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
941-2 HOURS   '
COAST TO MONTREAL
—By The	
IMPERIAL LIMITED
Leivet Vancouver at 13:110 o'clock
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Tlansconttnental Passenger Daily
Elegant Equipment,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Rates,
TO   ALL   EASTERN   POINTS.
For pamphlets and all information apply
to any 0.1'.It. agent.
H. H. ABBOTT,       W<MoUIRK,
Agent, Victoria.      Agent, Nanalmo.
E. J. DOYLE,.
Aest. Genl, Fan. Agent, Vancouver.
I GOING OUT OF BI JSINESS1
Our entire|stock of Millinery nnd Fancy Goods will be,
sold for the next few weeks at Slaughter Prices. Now •
Is Your Chance to secure millinery cheap. Our stock
is Well assorted, and we can suit all ages at prices that
will surprise you for cheapness. A cordial invitation
to all.
M. L. riASTERS, LEADING MILLINER, NANAIMO, B. C.
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