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I'■ The people that save t
money trade with      |
BICKLE I
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Leader
AND   WELLING TON-EXTENSION   NEWS.
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I For Boots and Shoes |
I Bickle's is the store!
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VOL. 1. NO. 79.
SATURDAY'. JUM3 14. 11)02.
PMC*. FIVE CENTS.
sW*i*»«*iS88*«rj!*it^^
GROCERIi
We Kecep Fresh aiidj(2o.niplete]3iipplie3 of
FAMILY  GROCERIES
on hand all the time and sell at lowest prices.
'No time for goods to get stale or  old on  our
., shelves—tliey go out so fast.       .       .       .
A good assortment of Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Millinery and Dry- floods in all the
Latest Styles.	
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and  Retail  Merchants,
Esplanade and Uatacrc Street,
awl>w-r»w.nvft^v.,.^.'.^ ••.
l.iulysiui-.h   ,-
<<K- .-jga-'-iAt-Jsj» j :--scJ..^i-»..i.Xntifci.a-j .-:.
When Visiting Nanaimo Try
FC1SALE
—Lota I arid l Block *»—
Fine residential lots, Splendid view
—Lots 5 to is Block i9,— -
First. Avenue,
These lots should enhance in value
rapidly.   Apply
THOMAS KiTCH.i,
NANAIMO.
SPRING BROOK FA - .1.
New Milk, Creamer) Uutli , New Laid
Knga nnd Fresh Vrnt'tubu-B mpplied
Dally. , Leave orders Bt the poet, office.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker nnd Confectioner.
Plain and fancy bread, UakeB and pastries ol all descriptions, fmita in
season.
|!. \*t&%"**t>*^%*tf*«^^
.V.%
ff GRAND HOTEL;
Wm. Beveridge, I'rop. j*
i'. s new hotel hits been cinniorlsbly luinielietl und tin bar is tie. to date.  J.
ii.hl ancuiumoilatiiin for transient and permanent boarders ami lodger*.   •*
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
Ths Esplanade, • Ladysmitli, B. C. |
u*t*w*w***miW!*'***w*^
Savoyj j Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -   AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works,  Nanaimo.
Mi.mirauti,i*uH
Soda Water, (linger Beer, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Hitters,
and Carbonated Beverages oi all kinds.
Proprietor,   ft,^",, 51:
W. E. RUIViniNQ.
jr|n^f|n$n|l"fJnJti$H^
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Ws srs Agents ior \
SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS j
Large stock ot English Fishing Tackle, Lacrosse (iiioils. Etc.   ♦
John Barnsley Si Co.,
Victoria, B. C.
—I Kodaks, Hllins, file.   I
,,♦♦,, ******4********4********* ******** ************
Agent, tor
J. J. Taylor
Plre Proof Safes
MILLS  BROS,
WhorM.1. .nd Rel.il Dealers In Meati.
Poultry   .nd   Ve.et.ble!.   (lime In
.loo.   Shipping orders attended to .
ort notice.
#49 ©
:.0
EVCNSON'S— I
foi" J..88, Colli
Sat., 7th.
f 500 Yards While Kntin Stripe nfifslin, io yards to each                *f
V Customer... .{.. 2 1-2CV1I   *&
B 10 Dozen Children's BLiek anil, Tun Slimmer Gloves                *Jf
L und M its, Regular 15c, Saturday  5e pair   tt,
tj. 500 Yards Double lTold Silesia Lraiing   in gray, brown               J^
_ and bliiciv, Satufilay '. scyard   ]r
¥ 10 Dozen, only, Men's Union Working Socks, Regular                W
P 15c pair, June p ice 3prs25c   ***
P' 15 Dozen Hoys' Straw Hats, Regular 25 lo 50c, Saturday    15c   ift
ft Dailies' Night (.lowlis, two that should awake a  lot ol                 _,
L QiuiosiLy,   Hegtilar .s^e, Saliirday Ui50c en   *t*
t ReguliirJSi 50, Saluiday Si.00 en   3k
F 300 Yards Genuine English Oxford Gingham, Regular               _|
I* 10 and .12 i-2c, June price      5cyd
& 500.Yards While Goods, coiisistfiig of Piques,   Funcy___fl__
ft tuce Stripes,   Urilliantines,   etc.,   Regular  15c | .
a    '        and 20e, Saturday ,,  s'oeyd
*. 4 Pieces on.ilegaiit liluck Silk and  Wool Grenadines,g]
X in Stripes and Cliecks"M_hble ibid, Regular 90c,
fc; Saturday; ...K o5oc..yd
P A'Fine Dot'ofRtiglisli L'ai'iibric jJlouses   guml washing.     ___;
& all sizes, Regulait i'5e, Sfittniiiiv J.^oe ea
_,- Ladies Tail.ir-mude Cpsiuiiies, sifl_s y> lo 40,   Regular^ ,-V-.^
* $15.00 and }iiS,oo7 Sii&jjfiav  i.SS.50
F :-_.-.. -._■_!             .  -....   -'":;";.S1. "   ■
I A nib' SLAUGHJEjl lit MILLINERY,
H Children's Vfiinmeu lints, a) S5o, Regular $1.50
& Ladies' 'friniwcd lints, ut $4 50,   Regular #s and $10.00
fe. \Ve are going to inqve out sonieqbf our Carpets and Oil Clot lis
£ it" price will do it, 45c.tti)estrys for 30c.    Remnants of
F Oil Cloths about It.ill' pride!
L Wu cany Packanl's Aniciinni t-ackard Shoes.     A guaranteed
F shoe at $3.50.
J* Women's American Duchess Shoes at $3.50 are Ai Killing and
j? Gpod Wearers.
P Many lines of Dress Goods,   Muslins,   Blouses,  Millinery,
to Carpets,   Binds and Shoes, Gents' furnishings, will he placed
£ oil Sale Saturday which won't lake long to clear out at pi ices
F we've marked them     Let nsshow you some Genuine Bargains.
J ti t J
I ; NANAIMO. B. C. |
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
A Plot to Blow Up Government
Riiildings at Pretoria,
Noah's Aik Discovered—Krnger to
Remain in Holland
Inn letter from Pietcrin, dated Maj
IB, the (•nrns.iMtilt-nf ol thn Daily Mail
Bays llift" tlm f rvimi-> Thtireclay taxiy
Hrr.ii.r .\fii' in:!'.*- llitrw «»■ thii rcBult,oi
tliif disuovt-rv t.f 11 |i!n' 1 ■ low no tl.e
governtiiHil I'lilttin■»■ mi! Lord Kituhe-
tiur's i> ftileiitie hi tl to tftilte the RUtu in
tin- miilliry harrauka. The partiep con-
iifint-il in !:.'• ['lut, iicpordiiiK to tii« cor-
reppotulcDi, 'fin ImvyeiP, uhemiftB and
Bo«i nml l)"tifi (nh-iini'rs on parole.
Mr. Kriwn ilfHan-s lhat lit- will eutl
Ms<la)M in !l 1 Itvu.l.
A lljiht »M i- jri-'w:' and eIkiIuhiib in
St. Pa ill; M 1.'., ht'lii'tun Mitti-citizens
and and a 1) 11 thirty imiittuf eiuplo.ed
in a 1'it'iiii en tU« Oliluiigo ttreat Western load, ut the eud of the Ouneind
atreetear line, resulted in the terioue
injarj ul four m«*u, nn« of iriliotn will
rile.
I'ne mines of Wilkosbairp, Pa., ate
111 •Ittni'ui' ol liio and flyod because of the
ichpiiI strike.
Incorporation of the New Orleans Pulp
ttnd Pepertjompany, wplul *2,00(>,noi',
Ui milz' sugar ratio from which the
sugar lias buon.prcesed, tu-k place \»tt
wei-ri in Ni\ Vork.
I/ird Kelvin, while ell N.u.iii.^et on
the Campania, received a wireless invitation to n'tend the InaORUration of the
president of 0-dumhl ■ nml (lashed an
acceptauet* tu i~! ore,
(.iertiiittn Inriiisties more tlmo tint*
fourth of the foreinti*boMi linuilgrattou
to tho Dnlted Stales, 25 8 per cent.;
Ireland is next, with Hid pi t cent., nnd
Britain followe with 8,1 percent.
\ promoter who a.iys he hum die-
Civered Noah's ark eipliedhYd in perpetual snow on Mount Ararat wt?nis
Senalur HaruKt to ftirntoh funds for
bnouina iiiitlntBt. Louis ezliibitiou,
THERE YOU ARE!
NotltinR can heal a "Province (ligur."
Tlie Ingest and besl sinuku'ever made,
Try one and   Im  convinced,   Mtinnfnr-
1'11 ml by
PROVINCE CIGAR GO,,
Yales SlreBl VICTORIA, 8.C,
II. SIMI'SON,
Ifurrlaler, Sullcltor,
Attorney, Notary public, lite.
Mint. > In Limit.
ttAHTi.KV c.ismaiM-;
Member Can. Opclely ol Civil  IfiigliieietH
Member liintitutloti Ofl'lectHwil KngHieen
niectrlciil Bnglneer
CorrtMnotitlciice BolicltrtJ
Wiirkduiiniiilrcil P. 0, Hex .1S7
t.ADvsMrni, ii, c
Jessup's Pharmacy
HIGH   STREET.
Freeorlptinmoiirplnllv.IIiihuismI, i)|iin
da- nml night.
The Crescent Hotel
Wm. Il.i,i|ile, propriirtnr,
fliit-olsis nr.ini.inio.Utli.nn lor mlnera
ami transient..   Nnnn hut
Ths Bssl Wises and Liquors
snrvi.il at Ihe  har.   Ulvn ui s nail.
Onr. Viotoria Ril A Ooi...n.r.ils| St.
NANAIMO.
B.C.
WARNING!
ARE YOU INSURED7 I' ","l
Kill liifiireil nl onr" lor n nmj lie
too lute tomorrow. I np'useiit siviml
01.1) ami RBIjIAMLK llimipaiileeanil
nun Insure vni ni ' iiii.ini'ni's iHitleeai
III.'Inll'i'Sl plissihln rail's. All li'ii'linp
oompanleB tihnrffi tin, sntne ratei, Danjl
h» nilslnil liitu Imiirlnii '..ill! I tiliclrp
iiomiiiiiiy -II ininU ho il nr in the mil
"WE HOLD THRU SAFK."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
I', 0. Driiwin 98, Nimninin. B, 0.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Tills nlil-Ksl'ihllsfil, I'irHl-Olns. anil
Popular Hn'ol is most rninfnriiil.ly f|.r-
nislii'il, iiililriillv slllialeil. Huo inri'ta
trains. Elx-ellent (hilslnn. liar storked
with the finest wines, lrn.iu.ri ami elgais.
NANAIMO, 11. 0.
JOB. FOX,
Proprietor.
W. T. Heddle Sc Co.
Particular Grocers, Nanaimo.
Miike n spi'ciiilty.'pi'Si|iiiiIity,',''liy buying1 largely und at_close
eryjfinest|gooclsjntjlow prices._j
prices' sell the v
'"■'-'" GOODS Ut-LIVEREDSFREE TO LADYSMITH
Sole ngsnts lot " Deckajulie" Tea, Upton's "Finest" Hams
and Bacon.
"I
THE COAL TRADE.
Interesting Report—Deduction on
Wellington Goal,
The itillowlDR is tlm report ol the San-
Praiiclsco coal markel lor the week end-
lu.! .Iiinaith, iffiied hy J. W, Hairisoit,
ttx' coal nnd metal hrokor:
Coal arrivals lor the pnst week aro as
followa; Three from llrilish Columbia,
8,ii:{'2 tori"; tw- from O.repnn, &SO-toi>fll
three Irom WnBliiiigton, l",'■*-- nuis;
one from Neffoastlo, Attslralis, 2,106
tone; total 2*i,l)7\) tom*. lt is sinttuiHr
tbat tbe apparent lljjlit demand for steam
ooals, and tbe average quantity arriving
thi'1 uml siivoral weeks past, there Ib no
apparent Heuumulation iu yardB. About
all the thli verieB of coal for Btoatn purposes nre now being made oil' shore,
wbii'l t arrows down ite demautl iilnioet
entii'.''. to May and ocoau stehniert',
Tho (lansports are calling f«> their
uauiil qnantltieB, wliiuli aggregate a very
Urge portion of all that Is [piported,
Prices i.m Billl low for both coal and oil,
B.ilhat hiftiiitfacturere cannot complain
at tbe cost of their motive power in
proiln.'inir their output. Goal Indtthtl
from Auslialla and tlit-at Britain du not
show any linprovement, yet tbo list of
Vessele loading for this port does not
deminisb. Fuel oil will, in a short time,
be shippetl to the Rnndwlch islandi*,
which will iuereaae thedirectshipmente
of eoal from Australia to San Francisco.
A reduction of one dollar per ton of
YYelltiwloii coal has been made this
week, This is a voluntary cou*
cession ou the part ol the agent here,
and iib oil cuts no figure for domestic
nees, tho roduiitlon liecomee the morn
praise worthy.
Two important chauntB in Ibe'diplomatic representation in Washington
were annnuueed to-day. Thu Hon,
Michael Herbert succeeds thu lata Lord
Priiiiit-efoie at> P.ritieli nuihau-aitur, and
Bsnalor DeOjeda succeed a the ihtkede
Aroon aB Spanish minimei,
Tht: BritiBh stcather (luiiiortii, from
Madrtit!, with 560 paseeogera, whiuh
wns believed to have loiimlurtil uii \i. y
(1 in a cyclone, owing to the dlscovofv of
wreiilcage, htm been ilisi'overtil Mink at
BaftsCtia Klitlc, in tbe IriHwadtly lielta,
directly in ibe track ol Bhiuptng, Hei
topiiissts are piotrudiiit! altuve the sur*
face of the water,
The Natal Tidies ut.iten that Lord
Kiieliner biin lelt fur Kugland, aud tbat
(4etier.il Littleton is ueting commander*
in-chief of the BtitiBh forces in South
Africa.
tieiieral Santuel Pearson, the Boer
representative in tbo United Stales, who
mado the protcBt about (he Briiitthehip*
mentn uf .Millet- from New Orleans, says
tbat be intends to eall at the British
embaeny and rn-k for trauBoortation to
South Africa under tbo ptacc terms.
Said General Peunton: "lirent Britain
agrees to send Ihe bnrghere bsck lit.me,
wherever they iney be. I have been
ruined by the war and 1 have not a sixpence to my name."
Deputy Miuifter of Public Workt, (.in-
bell iti away preparing for his law ex-
aminalioup. If he succeeds in getting
called iu the bar he will retire front the
government eetvice and practice iaw In
Montreal.	
1'rocraBtinatinn has lost utility a man
bla life's opportunity, hut me:i clothed
iu Caldwell's Nanaiuio elegant summer
Buttings have opportunities thrust upon
them. 	
Our stock ie now complete in fancy
ilrygnn.lt*, hoots Bbues, gents' furnishings
etc., undoubtedly the finest Allowing on
tlie Island. The Oheapfiide, High St,
LPORT OF, LADYSMITH.
Arrivals and Departure From This
'     Port.
Washtenaw Leaves Coast-Victoria
a
i
Sir. W.'llinaiu,, uriiveil Wednesday
mornini,. Inr a I ail uf Wellinatdli eoal.
Tug Pilot look the liullt Richard III,
luaileit in li Wcl.inKtnn i-'iil, to tlie
"» IV Iwili mines last Wrdnesdsv.
Sir. Mi-Miur got aaray Thursday with
1,800 timi ol sank coal lor Nome.
Consideraljln damage was done to the
iteauwr Victoria by strikiug a rock ou
her lust voyage from here, lt will take
at leii-t tii'o weeks to make repairs,
The steamer IVashtenaw has made her
last trip as n collier ou tlie I'acillc coast
f r Borne time. She tins left San Francisco lor New Orleans, tliern to he converted n(o au oil tank. The Washto-
unw will carry 28,000 barrels ol oil be-
Ueeii Ne i Oileans and New York.
. It la reported the-Antlopa will make
one more trip here and will then go to
■Ssn Francisco to t'Hrry oil.
Ship ,1. D. Peters lelt on Thursday lor
Purl 'tWusenil with a load ol Welling-
t m coal,
Tug jllliion arrived Thursday morning lor ii ea.gu of coal.
Str, Thieil.waa iu Thursiiay foraload
of coal.
Tug Tyre arrived Thursday on her
way to Victoria wi h scow I ml nf atom,
She loaded luel ben-.
Tog Piiitcese can... in for a load of
fuel Thursday-.
Str, Amur culled lor fuel ou tier way
north.
B'l'ug Holyoke .lowed Ihe Klnioss iu
Thursday ami lelt again in the alt.r-
noon with the J. D. Peters.
Barque Kiiiroee arrived from Hawaii
Thursoay for a load of Wellington coal.
Sir. Tellua is under the chutes taking
00 her cargo Inr Shu Francisco.
KILLED BY A PLOW
Strange Fatality ol a Chinaman at
Chemainus.
One ul ibe slrungos't accident! heard
of iu this soclloii t.f the province oil.
ourred last Wednesday on a farm near
Chemainus, While at work plowing a
Chinaman in some way got his qnciiue
anight in the plow ami w»« dragged .
o.nsiderulile iliilance. Ills scalp was
lom completely off aud he also had hia
arms badly mangled. He died shortly
after being released from his awful pre-
dicaiueul. The cause ol the accident Is
not known, but it ia believed the horses
ran sway.
FOIl SALF-Oiink  stove. No. 8 pattern; price, |i. on. Apply st Tho Leader
'»»S*s>-i*iV,i*i*«»*ji*«^
ii AWAY
THEY
GO I
Toi heavy a stock. We must at
mme reducu the same lo one half.
Prit'emiule toeuityi urpo.tkelbook
FURNITURE,
Cooking Stoves and Ranges
Trunks and Valises.
Bain Carriages, Go Card. Now's
the time to boy. Don't pnt It i ff.
But i'o It now.
We Pay^ll Freight to
.  Ladysmith.
WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY
J.  H. GOOD  &  CO.
NANAIMO.
The Great Cash Furniture Store
*.V.V.'.V.V*V.*,V.V.*. LADYSMITH   LEADER AND WELLINGTON-BXTENSTOIN   WRW8, JUNE 14.  190*.
Ladysmith Leader
U    ll-AKD-S
"["Weilington-fcixtensioii News,
J51>ubHslied every Wcduesdny antt Saturday nt
rhu Leader Ilutldfag, comer of tfiret Ave. nml
French Street, Udymaith, luitifli Columbia.
T, L. CkAiiAMi-;, Koito:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
n-jlY Mail in Canada and Uhitbij Statk8._I
Oue year (nil felly In ndvnijcc) P °°
ix months (strictly in udvmice)    i 25
ADVLvKTlftlKti  RATlfc..
TKAKSI1CNT—l-'irsl insertion 10c, tt Hue; ench
subnet]nenl insertion 5c. n Line.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Kales on Applicatlou, No wood cuts used,
Oils for rcgulnr use ithould be nil metal.
Mnnuigc, Ulrtli- Death ami Funeral notices,
each Insertion 50c.
Advertisements not inserted for a specified
time will be charged for until ordered to be dis-
couuuued.
THE LEADER will be lound nt the following
placet,:
i. 1 lyauilUl—The Leader Office; The Ladysmitli
Pharmacy.,
NnuBttuo—■ K. I'itnbury St Co.
v wtorla—Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels,
v j jcuuver—Public Library, nnd Hotels.
New Westminster—1'uWic Librarj'.
Ah cn-inges in advertisements must be reeciv
ut litis ofiicer>cfbi<. 12 uoou Die day befi
isste.
Sit iscilbers not receiving paper regularly plei
teport to tins oitiee.
Ail joo work_slrietly cash ou delivery.
ir in-ieui advertisements cash in advance.
Nonet.
Mr. Leigh iNeiucoj is authorized to
collect acL'otinirj ami receive puymunt oi
tnoneyB oue iu Tnn i*aiiet* during my
absence Irom Lit dj mm in.
T. L. oKaIIAMK.
.NOT   A   NT II A.\ (.lilt.
Tiit* new iiritiou ...iiiMobailor tu W a
ingiju, wtiiitti .i.jjii.iiJiuiuuL utte jtibt
been odiumlly aunouuueil tu ihu Umttd
siateH, is nut a clranger lu Uiin CO Wtr_
aayB tue ti pokes tuflL-Havicw. iiu \*u
cbarKti u'ttllttitd truiii iSbiS tu ltiiU, tmti
wan secretary uf liih legutiuu fro u ISUlJ
iu 1WJ3, lie ijiiu tmil tt good deal ui t,\
periwuco iu illpiomatic work, uli tiutimi.
not in thu moat itmpoiiuiljlu putnii- ut.
Mr. Hti ben is Under *liJ YtJar-j >1 uge,
and uomea irom tlm family oi Lufi llur-
Ufclt   ul    Leu.     Uo   llitilllcU   AilBo   Loill.
Wilson oi Now lurk, iiio bibter ol Aire.
Cornelius Vaudurbilt, nuu tvhile u.u appointment liiiu delight the "-100" ul
New VurK, it iu r-a 1.1 i.'iai it Is not received Willi cue Kit-iut-m lavur by Wasti-
iugtuu Bociety, whioh iouliu forward with
iiu pleasure iu ueing inuutiiaitu wiui iht
virooutuio Vantiei-wli it-itdo. However,
thia ib hardly a mmier mat will bt
tbuugbt uenouti enough to be noticed ui
udjuittl ciroles. .   __,._„.
||tur, htiiJt: i ,i.: i.n.ii.nitjt ii_i>un_ ttitiii
oi nullity, bat in; turn inn .atuineu to ibe
d.BtiiicuuM gaiuttl uy uiner men wno
Wuu UaVti OouO nuiil  U  lepl'tjueill (ue.it
■Britain In ,tliie countiy. Uertiiiiii) bt
hae neither the experience nor repute*
(ton Uial gave, tlm Lite Lord Paunco
fine hu diutiuguiuiiBti .. puetiiou in u-e
diplomatic world, and Im will nut carry
MB WUCll  Weight   With   tllH   CUllttai^Ubb l.t
(lie mtrj diplomat, thu. The ajijuint-
ment lias been well received In ttuglttuu,
however, anil as i._in known inert) tbttt
tbe punt at \\ auiiii glun m tm nnportabt
one to iiu, cure uau prubabi) beau lukoi,
to see tbat uo lutLlake wttc made.
Tne.oppubiuuHi in tiiu luualjugiblatuie
remind one .very ,much of; the school
book rhyme about tbe "Six litda Indian Hoyp," whose numbers through a
serieB of rliBcteterH reached tbe disapppai
ing point. The opposition started tie
session strorg in mmil.erB, but McBride
and McPliillipB talked, Curtis amended
and Tatlcw slugged. At first they were
18, no* they are 14',soon they'll be none,
Kslplijfimiih and Arthur W. Puttee,
alleged labor representative in the Dominion parliament, have goi.u to Kng-
land to attend the coronation. Cunada
received considerable praise lor tbe
excellent quality if tbt) fighting Block
ebe sent tu the South .African war, but
It Ib probable the only distinctive features of ber repreBeutatives at the coronation will ho of the "hot air" variety,
The inmates of the New York state
prison at Auburn publlBb a paper.   The
following paragraph appears iu a recoil
issuo;„"Mr, Meredith, ilhe uovelibt, ia
no longer able to tako long walka in ibe
country, writes a correspondent. Mr.
Meredith, hae our sympathy. \Vo have
been thua afflicted for eeveral years,"
p.Bpatpbea the past week Btated|that
muttiberfl uf .the French .chamber .of
(Jtiputice referred to each other as "liars,
thiuvea, BoouuJiels," etc. Thla may be
taken ad cuuclumvw evidence that McBride, MoPhltlipB, Ourtia & Co. aro not
the " only pebhlos.'*
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| GOING OUT OF BUSINESS I : a comfortable home
Our ciitire'.ilocl; nt' .Millinery aiidtFttncy"Gooils'*n'ill be g
sold for the next few weeks at'Slaiighter Prices,    Now „■
Is Your Cliante to secure millinery cheap.   Our stock i
is well assorted,  and we can suit all ac.es at prices that i,
will surprise you for cheapness,   A cordial invitation g
to all. _
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9 M. L. HASTERS,  LIHADINO  AtlLLINER,   NANAIMO,   H. C.  '&
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Oue hundred aiueudmentti »^ro made
Id the British Education bill, and the
iluu. AiuemiintJit OtirtiB vvaun't. there.
hit UtlttiriAT
Larisyniiilijo llovii ,i Grand Dele-
At thu general meeting held inGould'a
hall Thursday evening, a large and enthusiastic gathering wait present. After
reading tbo minutes of tlio previous
meeting, the CDuimittoe got to work and
a lot of business wne put turough which
went to abow tbat Ladysmith's oelebra*
ttt-tu will ec'ipse anything yet held litre.
It is au assured fact that tlie Indians
will be hare with their war ohhhhb to
ainij'glti lor the championship of tbe
province, Tbe committee having cbarfte
ut the regatta have bad a mcilal_made to
present tolth^wlnniug crew of| the XI-
paddle war canoe race. A novel feature
Iibb liffii abosen for tbe grearied pole,
tUnHi'i.c... sMisvious
The pulpit ol tba Methodist ohuroh
here will Ijr occupied next Sunday
evenini; by tho new paBtor, l.ev. Gordon Tanner, B. A. Air. Tanner will
uliio have ohargc ol Extension ami Smith
Wel lint; ton, which wero last .far under
ministry of J, II. Seymour j He will
preach next Sunday morning at Extension at It o'clock, and at .'I p. in. at
South Wellington. Tito following Sunday tbe order of BSrviceB will be reversed,
preaching iu Udysmlth in the morning
and at Extension in tbe evening.
Firet Presbyterian Ohnreb—.Tuue 16,
morning service at 11 a. m., Sundaj
school 2:1.0 p. in., evening service 7:;!i)
li.  m.    Subjeot  for evening   service,
Work and Play." Mr. Gavin'Morton
will conduct bntli service ,
Ohurch of England—June f">. Third
Sunday after Trinity, liuly Oomfnuuiou
At 8a. m,, Bervlce at 11 a. in., even bung
at. 7:80 p. in. Kev. Canon Puddoit ul
Victoria will conduct tti« servici'6,
Tbe coiner Btoue of tlie new school
ohurob will be hud on Wednesday the
18th iuet.
Oathollo Ohurch—Services every Sunday as follows: Mass at 10 a, in. Benediction at t) p. in.
cBretunnlouoH* hut reBistlessly walked
through tbo *IH<) plata glssa rvl*■•"*-,•••,
rimusbim* it into atooiH nml ijjr*l(ing it
look like 20 cents. Then it rejoined lis
comrades,
"I kinder thought that critter would
would make its mark," said the drover.
rt'itrvu: rkijiijf funi>.
The Fernie relief fund openfd in Ibis
oflice it- h row Ing:
Previously acknowledged  $2 00
A Eriand    fj do
9EM I'Iidw, \
Answer to Lasi Pusai
ivill be found behind tin
hy don't you go to school? Kind Klmer,
--•Taklog tbfliluwer left-hand cnruerim bam , the brother
bl gentleman ami above tbe fence.
whioh is expecicdlJtoJJcaufle keenjjeoua-
petilton.gi
It waa decided tbat the reception committee invito ur their gueata ail the
tnitiifclera of the gospel in mis district.
Handti from Victoria, Nanaimo and
Ladysmith will enliven tun celebration
witb their music, The athletic committee promise grand unu^u in tlie way
ol Bport, and in connection with tba
baseball ami foul ball will be a great success, In fact, everything at the pieseui
time points lo a Luge cclebrutiuu foi
Ladyemith on the first ol July,
LOOko tiuuu iu I HEM.
STIB.ilN POSTIIFFICE.,
Successor to Traditional Buiii :in
ZCIiina Shtip^Fuuiid ^Aurora" '
NOriCE.
TESPEBS ur,- alki ir tlm iirivliege
nf tile "riniiidii Inr tlm tilirnoue nf iiliving
soft ilrlnba aii.l ine oruAm ataurli., utrt.,
tltiritiK the 1st July cololimtiori. leiiden
t'i lie sent to I. i.iiKJ|,|j,
Esplanade.
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♦ COMPANy,,LTD.
Mnimlacturersorall kindsjol   en
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lings, Laths, Sltingles, Etc.   X
I A Inmc  stuck  "I   Ihoniiitfhlf H
J lumber- -ist nnd .'ml clnsa coiistum., -•„
t Imiut.   AU onters strictly nlteiuled lo-  T
* Quotnltona cheerfnlly given.
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t John \Y. Coburn, |
f MANAGER. ♦
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A. C. Wilson,
Florist,
Puni*rnl Wreaths, etn.i WpJdlnii f-0"*
quels in every stt 1«. Ordi-rs promptly
uttended !o.. —NAN UMOJ It. O
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,  WIIIVH Cik'tjtVillg litt S
I        Lagers and Stout
fUfiiHill!
* Nanaimo, B, C.
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Theft of 140 Pounds of Boef Front
Ship J, ii, rulers,
__jl.aht.Tiietid.ty .Captain "doowlofitbe J,
fJ. .Peters,laid nn Information^against
one uf bis seamen, P. IJ. McGiifi'erty, for
iur (dealing 140 pounds of beef from tht;
vesael. Provincial Oonstable Cassidy
arreated tbe accused but, owing to lack
of evidence, _,only one witnetB being
available, and tbat oue cotibl not positively swear that McCJall'trtv stole tbe
beef as it wan dark, be could not he convicted and the catte against him wan ills-
missed i
McOalTerty only loft the schooner a
fun1 days ago and hh he had no work it
waa thought lie wanted tho beef to keep
him and bia corn paid or m while loafing,
After ,a careful seatob, however, Mr.
Oaseidy found the buef in an old shack
n«ar the bunkers, occupied by J, Hums
and Patrick O'Brien. Tbo constable arrested tbem and tbey wero convicted.
Burns ami O'Brien wero not seamen,
one having lately arrived from Union
aud the other from the States.
Mr, GaBBidy took the prisoners to Nu-
nainio on Wednoaday, where they will
for the hext month be guests of the
king and help break atone for the repair
of tlie roads.
PotitmttateiH iu rural districts havo
many .singular applications for mail,
but it is dubious whether many hav
bad t-ueh a caller an PoBtinaater Proctor
ol Aurora. Out. While lie waa sorting
the mail a drove ol cattle iiaastd along
the main street. Among tbem was au
intelligent ami lively Ktecr of an active
nature, Krom Its behaviour on the mud
and tbe capacity it had flbown tor causing trouble, the drover opined (but,
given au opportunity, it would make a
mark for itself.j
It ditl. tin arriving opposite tlie post*
office tbe steer caught sight ot tha sigh,
It stopped, turned to the left, walked
ou to tbe sidewalk and entered tbe front
door. It strolled up to tbo boxes and
deli boriitely read over Ihe mi in ImrK,
hut finding no mail to its address, went
round to the enquiry wicket. Thrusting
its warm, wet nmule through Ihe open-
log it «alled the attention of Postmaster
Proctor with a loud " ,i,oof."
"Ureal Mnlquk!" .-.'.it 'hat luiic-
tiomiry.
■tM-a-a-bl," bellowed the siec.
"(.-It'i antt Scat, yon brutot" yelled
Mr, Protit ir,
M-n-H-n-i-J," ngain tCBpnnded the
bovine.
"Get, mill H:Mt, you hrnb ! t-ireat
Mulock, what ahull ] do?"
" Moo'oo.oo lock," roared tbe steef.
Then it turned arid wnllted towards
the front of tbo office. Tho door was
open, but a ateur which "ooUn for letters
and maintains oorreapondenoeflannot be
expected to behave like ordinary mil*
male.   11 ignored the ojien door, and nn-
ishm-ui of Ladysmith
All Citizens of Ladysmitli,
B. C, arc respect fit 11)' invited
to become members of the
Ladysmitli Board of Trade.
Objects: The advancement
and improvement of Ladysmith.
P. H, MARSHALL,
President.
JAMES FREEL,
.Secretary
H. A. DILLON
Notary Public,
Csnveyancer, Etc.
Commissioner Supreme Court nf
ll.C , Estate nnd In-uranct* Agent.
-Offices —
The l-Kpl.tiindi:,   -   Ladysmitli, It C.
Nmtr tlrniid nnd Hrank HatulB.
IS TUB DESIRE OF US ALL f
949e(« X
Furniture, Crtnets Linoleums, j
v- allpiij) r, Cur alius, X
Crncktiy, (lb a- w r... rt... i_tc,
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'rhi re h Cumf r. i.i t.'ur (irtod.* X
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m -.,.i n  .la' ,^y.,     Write *
f ■ 'ii. irtvgf'i!«iahtgii' (fieejtllufl-
t niii uiid priced (a store in itself).
VICTORIA
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ICoal!   -   Coall!
Wellington Colliery
" ^uiparty, Ltd.
Wellingtrvr Coal    Best lioiisehold coal ou tbe Pacific
Coast
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Comox Coal—Best steam coal on the Pacific goast   X
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Alexandria Coal—Virst-class gas, steam and household coal
The above coals arc mined only by the Wellington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmitli,
Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Baylies Sound.
| Head Office
Victoria, B. C
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Sn.n   Pranciaco Agency,
| R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
340 Steuart St.
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flerely A Reminder
Of llic fact that tlie Leader Job Room is
now lining all  kinds of Printing—commercial, legal and society—at very reason-     ';
able prices.
We Print
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•F —Note HphiIh
T — Mfuinratidnin Unails
4. — Envelopes
_ — Hiisiiii'SB Oiinlp
I —Sl.m-k Cnrlilli-iiips
* — l.<u(tl lllnnks
•> —Wwlilinji Invitstions
L —Fiiimrnl Announcements
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J — Wimluw Cards
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Everything   •
Having tiie latest type faces and borders, i'
and modern machinery, we produce only I!
tlie  best  work — Printing that attracts
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The Leader Job Room
b. c.
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FLETCHER BROS.,
Nanaimo. B. C.
Sheet   Music
OhraiH-n fl'i I Beit-Bo. nml Kin. a oopy,
All latest songs and piecel.
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc., Etc.
li Matlri'sses, Lnnnusp,
lleils, Awnlnill,
Tents, H-iiri,   Bllnils.
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Cabinet Maker nml Upholslernr.
Skinner St.     NANAIMO, B. <?,
Opposite City Ifnll,   P, O. Ilox iya.
[Seattle Daily Times
The livrliont paper in tho Northwest.
Weekly edition a complete renortl of
the wnrld'H nnwi In date. Sport,
Hitii.H, ftoolely, women'B, interesie,
young folk's department, literature
science, art, mimic.
lie My Posf-ioMpef
Stttllt, With.
Nolimly onn itflbrd to be without it. Atl (he
ulegraplnc ncwa of the week, I'nrm, flald.nr-
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lialr tutu's,   hniuple copy on Application,
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WATER CARNIVAL AND FIELD SPORTS
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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
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Ladysmith Sriebratien will be the lest in the Province. ^LADISMITH^LEADBB AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION NEWS, TFNE 14.   1902.
We proved conclusively tlmi buying
clothing from every "Tom, Dick nnd
Harry,rthat comes along wns detrimental
to .our business, it "is to nnv clothing
business.
We tested the wearing qualities, Ihe
style, fit nud general geUtipltlveiierw of
"Royal Urand'jclothing, am* proved il
to be the best in Canada today.
We're banking on "Royal" clothing;
so cau you.
Our guarantee— Y6ur*Moiiey'Back,
Suits J7.50Jtolfj5.00.-Got your.new.lial
THE 6, D. SCOTT CO., LTD.
CASH CLOTHIERS. NANAIMO.
ASHING TACKLE
A few ol titose 111 foot Ureenht-ui I
Kods to dispose ol.   The only  mu
--"-"suitable   for   the Kxnert  Anfilir.
Somniercial St.
NANA1NO, U.U.
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taut your watch repaired by   Liv el;
He ii a Practical Mechanic
XbeiMart, Firm avenue—Uttupiinb in
crockery, oilcloths, linoleums. Upeu on
Baturday.
To-day Mr. W. Ward will open.un-
other new enterprise here in .tbe shape
ot an Auction "Mart on tue coruor ot
Robert itreet aud Firm, avenue..
Go_to JlWeinrobo'ii etore,;tiigh. etreet.
Tbey have a cheat) a**le un all tbeir
goodi, inch aa Dry tioods, (Jiotbiii_;,
Genu' Furniiliintfi, tiuuu audDhaoe, ete
A gentleman who buught a tint, ui
clothes recently toua tne liberty ol
ineeving with disastrous resulte tu tht
garments. A boiler explouum eouiUu't,
destroy a Caldwell sun of tiiooe »ii
t weedi, 	
%When your watch dou't to to nun y0 n
or you haven't got wnai you waut, just
lake it down tu Lively, and tacbaufte u
Ior what you waut.
MISS B. KEITH
The well-known Nanaimo dressmaker is prepared to make ,skirts
"  from il.oo up.    All work person
_Jally supervised, guaranteed, and
first-class.
L)&.  J.^GRICL, l
^J-NJISTu
"■sea,- hs, *^ s.      ....
Johnston Block,      •     Nuimiitio, 11. 0
P. 0. Boi, 37, lei. 145.
Villi.   Ladyimith  every Uaturilay
Hoots irom 9 s. ni. till B p. in.
Abbotiford Hotel.
FISH.FISH, FISH
Trout and Salmon are now in the bay
But you'll need a Fish Pole, Lines,
Spoons, etc. We'll give Bpedial bargains
in all these lines for the,next ten days
oome and iee.:      ■•ewM'TT
Eo ROLSTON,
!Udysmith,SZ? B.' C.
Hardware,
iistov^;
Tinsmith,  |pg
Plumbing,
Agent for S, W. Paint.   MeClary's
and Ranges.
A heugmay klox
___Aud a klox may tick,}      J
Hut Lively.don't give tick
On a three-dollar clock.
It will be noticeti by the Bdvartine-
intuit In another column to-day that
tenders for privileges on the ground
during the celebration nre called for.
The lenders should be In as soon as
poatible. |
Our reputation ns Brititdi Columbia's
premier tailor wae not won on misfits,
or Biioddy, or hold-up nriof°; hn* or ***•
rtoil.uiHiiri.ip, quality, and reasonable
fees.   Ualdwell, Nauuimo.
A concert ie to Liu niveu in niti oi the
cemetery fund on the LBcb met. in the
PreBhyterian church,   it iu hoped that
all the leeidema oi Lad.B.iiith will unite
and make this concert a financial buc-
ceBB, A programme of the beat talent
available is ueaiirtd nil those whi attend and il should not tut mused.
All goodBBold at B. Foroimmei'ti Aue-
tion Sale ure without reserve.
L',iiy.-iiiin.v bu-siuuHo suction in lo he
nut'm en ud by a livery stabie. The pru-
prietora were lu town on Monday looking  for a  site.
Prov. Constable Stevens ol Nanaimo
went down to Victoria Wednesday.
Wm. Beveridge of the Hotel Grand
was a puHBemier to Niuiflimo on Wednesday.
Mies Kvane of Nanaimo is visiting
friends here,
Mr. A. E, Plants returned to Nanaimo on Wednesday'*! train.
Mrs. Uickle and family paid a visit to
Nanaimo last Wednesday.
P"v. Fnthe-f VAi-hpVpwpnt. to Nanaimo
on Wedueaday,
Mre. Wymaii of San .•'rauciseo urriyeri
in Ltulyamith Wednesday morning on
the elearner Wellinitlon After Ppcnri*
ing the day with Mrp.V, H. Marshall,
she went to Kxtension to visit her
daughter, Mib. Dr. Wuesan.
Mre. Seriven returned from Dum-auB
on Wednesday's train,
Slieriil Drake of Nanaimo returned
home after it short business visit.
Archdeacon Seriven went to Victoria
Wednesday. ■ After a visit to the cap: al
he will take a trip to Union.
Mi. C.  Baker and Mre. .1   Bland returned to Wellington Wednesday,
- Dr, .). f). Holuicken nl Victoria pasmd
through Iowa Thursday un hie way to
Vietorlu,
GREAT   AUCTION    SALE
OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, RlNGb, JEWELRY AND
S1LVEUWAKE OF EVERY ..DESCRIPTION.   .   .   .
J>ATURDAY,j|JUNE   14th,   1902.
,, ^Coiuiueiicimjjtii, 10 a.mi, and continuing uii Lday. Waving decided to move
our store irom Extension to Ladysmith, we find thai we have tou large a Btondi on
hand, in order 10 reduce same -\o will give the public 11 Ghance.to tietJliHt-i-liiBB
gooitn at their own prices
Tills Is a Chance ol n Lifetime to 1:0, line wauifuu, clocks; solid gold rings
net wiih diamonds and precious Btouoa; bracelets, pins. liuks.cnir-huttonB, chains
silverware 01 all deepriptiona, etc., etu.   All Goods Sold Without Reserve.
riiis is no hike sale. Every article sold will have our sptcial niiBrantee thai
it nitiii ijcj at* repreaeuted or your money refunded.
U o nave made specie! arran;:euieiita tu accommodate a large crowd,
B. .FORCIMMER, THE  JEWELER.
Cur. First Ave. and Roberta St., Ladysmith,
To-day is pay day  lor  the employees
of the Wellington Colliery company.
Tlie luniuei for Mr. A. Uryden'a houte
baa arrived here and the woik ol erection will ba ooinmenced at once.
L.l'ipea repaired. Ait kinds 01 native
jpecimcnB ununited aud uiado 10 order
,it Lively's, the leading jeweler.
CluuBtruotiou work 1
■jietii-i .j on .Mr, Davis.
.ion:.- on First avenue.
.ai-   lieen   coin-
new   boarding
Bay, Jim; <ue you 1,1)1 ug to B, Forcl-
inei'u AttULiou ht*\u uu SrtlurdajY Ul
JiiUrBe I ant.      	
I'lieoiity business Uuim at thusltliug
of thu county couit was thu tubm*, out
)i nuiurflllnation ,iii,>i'ii*.
Diti you lit-ur ui the nig neat on pay
day? Where at'/ Why, at B, Forclln-
mer's Auction ban.
A parly uf OalHorulans arrived on tlie
steaiuei Wellington Wednesday and left
on tlie uioruiug train ior UUemamus on
a i-'uutiiig and iiainu_, expedition,
Don't lau to mlc G.ti. OavLi/s samples
of wallpaper at Uaptaiu Dillon's othce,
Esplanade. CIiuilo uew desigus at at
omeiiiui_ly iuut*uiiui)lu pneta.
.\lt. .1. Sextant, proprietor uf the Motel
Bniiiowiik,' VitMoiiu, v.tis intowiiTluiiB-
day.
Mrs. B. F. Wood arrived this week
from (ireenwood to join her husband,
Mr. B. F. Wood, of McNichol & Wood.
. Now ie your chance lu get greut bargains ai. B. Forcimmer'a Aim tion Sale
on Saturday. 1 v^-.
NOTICE.
rENDERS will he received by the
undersigned fur tlie quarrying of 600
cubic yards (more or lesB) of Hubble
stone, to be loaded ou ears at the quarry
near ihe honkers, Ladysmith.
TYEE COl'PEK CO.
' Taos. KiDiii,., Manager.
Saddler and Harnessroaker
__j_jf_Mtiil orders promptly attended to.
1'iii-uB reasonable.   Buggy harness
___ 'ii'on $8,   Express hainess from $18,
Team haruot>s from ff.'IO	
Bigetoik of 11 unka and valises   Tiunks
Irom *y2.   Valises Irom 50c.
__  C. M. CHALMERS,
The Crescent,        — NANAIM0,.6.C
A game ol bataUall will he playeti on
the hunker gruunda ui-murrow, coil
meucing atiJo'olocs, nut^eeu tne luuii
team aud thu NaUaimu Lidiaus. Tl
Ludysuiith nine will be euuipuutd of
Zidler, Mureditn, Wliite, rt. Kjrr, J,
Kerr, Auld, Cuiuurui., ABhmau, and A,
Morrison.	
Fancy Sllita, suitaule ior hiuuseo und
ladieo' costumes. ,*i tbe Ulneapsme
High street.
Misa Ball, of tlie Canadian Viavi com
puny of Vancouver, will deliver an ad'
dress to ladies only in the 1.0. O.K.
hall, on Wednesday, June I7tli, at U;1!0
p. in. Subject, " (iood Health; How to
Ootaiu It." Admisaiou iree. All indies
cordially invited.
NEW SUDA rAliiiM.
Satisfactory Progress Being Made
mu   With the Building, tail
Under the charge of Contractor Buckle
the new factory for Humming Bros, ol
Nanaimo ia rapidly nearing completion
and will in the course of a couple of
weeks be ready for occupation. The
building, when completed, will add
greatly to the himnesH flection of Ladysmith, Messrs Kutmnintr Bros, will
install a first-class plant of machinery
ami everything will be up-to-date, It le
needless toaay that the beverages they
manufacture will be unequalled In the
province.
.22   LOAVES   21
Delicious Bread,
$1.00 ONE DOLLAR $1.00
Why hake when you can  yet flUfh
vnliiH ami delivered at your door?
Scotch Baker, 23 Years' Experience
J. KENNY. Lidyimlth Bakery,
K-plniiiiiii',  I.RilyBlnill).
Painting, hporEiurtgitig snsi
Mattress Halting.
Leave orders for math-en* making nt
Oapt. Dillon's Office, K'plaiiarb'. when
samples can be eeen.
Quy H. Gavin, Ladysmith.
ft. B. ANDERSON,
— *i eent For—
"Perfect" Bicycles
mmt^^am^mammtmmmmtnmmT*m
Wheel repairing to all re briuchep
l*ine metal workingat-pecialty. Plumbing, acetylene gas, hot water ami hot
air heatidg. Work done with despatch
and at reaaouabla rates.
BASTION Rt'.,
NANAIMO.
C. B. ROBELEE
Cnrpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
Oeneral Jobber.
Corner First Avenue and Oatacre Mruel.
Cabinet work of all kinds
All kinds of soft wood furniture made
and repaired.
Hll STUM UIM
VANCOUVER.
P, D, JOHNSON, AGENT,
I.t-isi-r K llauil)iir_er'M
CLOTHES CLEANED, DIED.
Do You Know?
that the work we do Ih line, very
fine,    All our work ie guaranteed.
Nanalmo Clothing Renovntory
Opposite Nanaimo Hotel.
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. 0. Box 426.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
DIRECT   LINE
— TO -
Winnipeg Toronto
Montreal New York
And all Eastern Canadian and
U. S. Points.
rs;
Maple I..,
Meets fvi-i
Ninliolsi.n's
are miniinlh
11,11
, 1.0.0. r.
- vi-nins  in
1.:   ni.-nil.ere
it. NIMMO. fl T.
M. MuKlNLEY.Seo.
BA A'jVJJR LODGE
NO. 31,
I. O. 0. P.
Meets every We.lncsilav evening ill 7.30 o'clock.
Visitors cmillnlly iiivllcil.
HUGH FULTON. Sec,
Weelington Lodge No. 2 K. of P.
hall at
Sleets eveiy Fri.iayin I. 0. 0 I'
7 iSO p.m.
11. OOURLAY,
J. W.  LK.VIS.
Steamship - Service
-TO-
Japan, China,  Hawaii,   Australasia,
Alaska.
First-class Sleepers on all
Trains.
TOURIST    SLEEPERS
-TOUT. PAUL, Daily.
TORON TO, Tileiilav. nnd S.itur.la.s.
MONTUKAL A BOSTON, Tbumlavi
Fur I'liiniililetH nntl all liifnrniatiiin .|i,.lv
in any C.I'.K aiinnt,
II. H. ABBOTT.      W. McGIBR,
Atfp.il, Victoria.      Aa-eni, Naiiiiimn.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. (Im!. Pbsb. Aiirnt. Vancouver.
««.i4-.><«'».i«we^*«3.ie'*je^
TYEE COPPER
Smelting Works
CO.
I
-AT-
LADYSMITH
i
!
| Prepared to purchase eres as from August ist |
Convenient to B. & N. or Sea.
o.c.
Sen.
I
McDenald,
Agent lor B. 0. Pottery Company.
Chimney Pine, Sewer Pipe, Gulley
Tripe, Ts, Ys, Bonds, Tiles and
Orates	
High St., Ladysmitli
Minors! Attention!
Hand Made Pit Shoes at the Mine wire
n« rheap factory made. Oome iu tmd ta-u.
All work ttUftraiitp*»d.    Rep-tiriug done.
I. S. 0hrisfie,
LADYSMITH, • B.O.
Geban Oigar Factory
Mannfaetiirvtfi of the Famoos
CUBAN    -    BLOSSOM
Nnim but Union Labor employed.
M. J. BOOTH, -        Propri.tot.
NA"'T "0  Tl. 0,
David    Murray,
General
Blacksmith
Buller Street.
f-'ii.u will  in* ontii t-v»r, Tr.H.firla_.t
Ki.liltiy mi   Si'ni-iiiv.
The
ith
A newspaper for the
people. All the news
of city and district.
Latest foreign intelligence. Accurate
reports. Exclusive
Information. Bright,
clean, independent,
fearless. Something
to interest everybody
Nothing to offend
anybody. Subscribe
Now.
The Letacler
i
I
|
U«e^iew.i«^.(e>*.,HKW<e^^
ill
Esquimau &  Nanaimo  Railway
Time Table No. 44,
Trains leive I.adyimitli Soul hbounil dally at 11.10 a.m. aad aa    Baturd.vi
Snndayi and Wednesday! st 5,15 p. in. '
Tralni leave Ladysmith norlhl.imn.1 daily at 11.57 a.m. .and on    Baturd.vi
Sundays and Wednesday! at 7.10 p, m. ' '
Trains leave Lndysmith lor Kxlenslnn dsily eieept Sunday at« a. m.. 8 n m
snd 10 p,tn„ and on Sundayi at 10 p.m. " .-"">'   r
Geo, L. Courtney,
Traffio

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