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VOL. 1. NO. i/a.aV
SATUKDAY. MAT 17.19M.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Ladies' and Childrens'
Straw Hats in the. latest styles just to
hand. Also Gentlemen's New Season's
Soft and Hard Hats.
Fresh Ground Coffee
While You Wait
And a Pull Supply of Fresh Family Groceries.
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Eiplanadsand Oatacre Street, - ■ Udysmlth
IS •sv,*.*.'.'*.*$,.s*»*.'s5*.*.*
When Visiting Nanalmo Try
II. & W
Sausage
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PORTLAND HOTEL
Tbii new hotel has been completely
tarnished with all modern conveniences.
Excellent table, white cooking. Ths
bar Is inppllsd witb (lis anettwlnei,
liqnori snd cigars. An experienced bartender.
D. H. Davis, Prop.,
Fint Avenue,     •     ladvimith, B, 0.
Ladyimith Dairy
SPRING BROOK FARM.
New Milk, Dreamery iluller, New Laid
Eggi snd Freih   Vegetable! supplied
Daily,  Lmv. orden at tbe poit ofOc
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and lancy bread. Dikes snd peltries ol all deicrlptioni. r'initi ia
testott.
•*s*ai**-tt»»*ai^^
Ihe
GRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
Thii new hotel he. been comfort.bly Inrniihed end th. Ur li np lo dale.
Ont accommodation lor transient and permanent bonder! and lodgan.
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
Thi Esplanade, Ladysmith, B. 6.
■Sssr»r«»s-«?sf«*i*»*sW
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA-   AND    -   VANCOUVER
' The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling: Works, Nanaimo.
Manulaotumn
Soda Water, dinger Baer, Cider, Prult Syrups, Essence*, Bitter*,
■nd Carbonated Beverages of all kinds.
W. E. RUMNINQ, Proprietor,  f.ft.»*;;
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Wi iff Agints for
SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS
\   Large itock of English Fishing Tackle, Lacrosse Ooods, Etc.
John Barnsley & Co.,
Victoria, B. C.
r-a»n?--a.«—_l_—Kodak., Films, etc,
Agents lor
J. J. Taylor
Fire Proof Safes.     tm
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I Thursday, Friday, Saturday 2
May 15,16 and 17, . *
IT IS generally known that we have had the
most up-to-date and artistic millinery on
Ihe coast for Women, Misses or Children,
even to "Baby," and this Special May showing
is going to eclipse everything previous.    .    .
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T'S Plain and Simple We want ta show you
what they are wearing in Toronto, New
York and Montreal for May.   .   .. .    .
C. t STEVENSON, ii CO.
AAA.
•Mfltl SCHOOL ROUSEt
PORT OF LADYSMITH.
THERE YOU ARE!
Nothhf an heal a "Prsviaai Cigar."
Tin l.ifMl «ad bnl nook, evtr mida.
Try sn. and be xavinwd. Maanlaa-
tnrsd by
PR0VII9E ClfiAR CO.,
YlluSlrtll VltTOmA, t.t.
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Basrinas, fcltrlw,
.aaasr. Ito-jry fsbllc, M*%
N.n.lnso,
fja.RTi.it oiasoana
Umber Can. Soclaty of Civil anslsbir.
Itsssbsc Institution of Hiertricai rlii,ls«.r.
Electrical Engineer
CnrrMpondcncc SoUelt..
Work eu.raat.rd
WARNING!
ARE  YOU  INSURED?    "not
get in.ured at   onre lor it may ba
too l.t. tomorrow.  I reprai.nl nveral
OLD and RELIABLE Uompanlnand
can Ininra yon at a mount', notice it
the loweit ncasibla rates.   All leading
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oompanlH charg. th. i.m. r.lN. Dob'
ba milled Into Insuring with .act—
company—11 might ba dear ln tha i
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MILLS  BROS
Wholesale ind R.till Dealen InMeiti.
Poultry  aad VegetablM. ©ima In
mod.   Shipping ordan attended to on
art nolle
Jessup's Pharmacy
HIGH  STREET.
Pmerlptlonioantolly dispensed. Open
day aad night.
The Crescent Hotel
Wm. Hepple, proprietor.'
Firit-claii accommodations lor mlnsn
and tramlenti,  None bnl
Thi But Wlnu ut Llrjom
■erved at tbe bir.   Ulv. ni a call.
Cor. Victoria Iti! A Oommirelal It
NANAIMO.
8.0.
"WI HOLD THEB SAFE.'
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. O. Drawn 33, Nanalmo, B. 0.
WINDSOR HOTEL
This oM-BilabllMd, Fliit-Olin aad
PopaUr Holsl lt rao.1 comfortably lot-
nlihad, csntrally eitnated. Bui sinu
tralni. Ise.ll.nl Coltlni. B.r itorknd
with tha flns.1 win** llqoora and clgaa,
•JAMAIMO, B. 0.
JOi. FOI, -      Iteptfttar.
M|Hhi Ongnfiilii "lnu lit
ffj***"lf*Wi»S.
Ai wlll ko .burred by roaialling tha
idverlliing«olaaai*l Tba Lasdar. the
Wardeai el the Kagllth Chnrch ol
Ladyimllh an ailing ler tsndiri lor
the enetton oa the twa lol. giaaled lo
tbaahoreh lately by the Hon. Jamas
Dommalr, et a .harsh school boost,
Ihe plan aad ipMtllealfona let which
are oa view at the .Ba. tl Ian,
loi-ei * Ir.rjb.rgw.
The plan abswi a flala lal sabstan-
ilsl .diMlii MtN fast aad ana ito.y
high, lo bs ball! oi ths h«k part et Ihe
properly, n that when Ibe lime aomei
forth.eneiloa of Ih. chanh Iherawill
a smpli ipscs tn Ibe Iroal portion ol
the lota. Tbe aiw kaUdlng will be
UNd l.r all parpotN nqaind by Ihe
eeagragalion, laet, as laadsy ichool,
ssncerti, neitlngisndn I.ilh, and II
will bs nted sa a pise, ol lonblp nntil
inch Urns ll lli.ib.r.h lts.ll ll bailt.
II' Is propose* |o priced with Ihe
chanh achoal boaia immediately. Th.
Aagllcaa wagragailea dessrva credit
lor Ih* energetic esiaasr ia whleb thsy
have woiked lo mar. a baildlng ol
Iheir own, and The Uld.r hopri they
wlll soon bs la piiiinion ol s handsome
litlle cbaich.
PROPEITY SALES,
Important Tmifin li Lattysmlth
an. EiIiuIid.
Mr. Adam Thamfaoa, the an.rg.tio
raal aatala aginl ol Nanalmo wai In
Lsdyimith ya«t.ril«y sa boiiaiH con
nsoM with the sal. ol wm. nimble
property her*. Mr, Thompson nrgfr
Hated lha -a.ls el lira Portland Hotel on
Flnt Are,, Iron Mr. D. H. Davli t<
■am.). Kaaklvlll, aad A. Oombatley,
olltaaaimo, lortS,M0, Mr, Tbompion
alas aagotiatad lha ail* ol McFarlin.'.
Mobil, Eilaoiion, ta Mr. A. Dindoil, lor
•4,10*: aad alMr. Da.alap'i:pr.a>iiei la
■anaiao lo Mr. Seoiga Waring lor the
.ram ol |I,MB. Mr, Thomnwa w.i
taach lalwiawd Isabaarva the itiady
growl*, ol Ladyimllh, aad thinks lbs
tmswa.ra-4 >>.*-*<
Business Continues Very Brisk in
Tills Port.
Str, Tellus Repairing—Meteor Gels
Away Thursday.
Sir. Tellus, Captain l'ederaon, ia undergo'ng repalra at San Francisco, nr.d
will be on the run ngain shortly.
Tun Pioneer towed Ihe eiihoona
Americana to eea the bs ginning; of the
week.
Tag Pilot Ib in port waiting for Ibe
Potter, which goes to Alaska with coal.
Str. Victoria has started loading ler
ooal cargo for San Francisco.
Str. Meteor, Captain John Robirts,
left on Thursday afternoon for San
FrancliM with about 3,000 tons of Wellington coal. She will taka 1,000 ii.ra ol
ber present coal cargo to Santa Bui barn,
Cat., after discharging 11,000 tons at
Frisco.
Repairs to the bulk Japan are nearly
completed and eh. will probably start
loading her coal cargo next wetk.
Str. Santa Ane caused a flutter on tl.e
Seittle-Skagwny route tiy cutting rates
from the standard schedule to $7.fi0 for
Aril, snd $5 for second frcin Seattle to
Skigway. Tbo cut only lasted for one
run, si the several companies eoon
reached an agreement.
Str, Thistle Is still in the bnibor
awaiting her lurn lo load.
Str. Selkirk lelt yesterday lor Tacouia
with 170 lone of Marble Hay copper
e.
Amn. ichooner Americana was lowed
aver to Port Gamble on Tuesday nieiit
with about 2,000 Ions ol eackeil coal
Irom Lidyimlth. She ii bouo.1 for
Ospe Nome, Alaska, with a mixed caigo,
part of which will be a deck load of lumber.
LOWERY'S WISDOM.
The New Denver Philosopher's Best
Thoughts,
Kins Etlwiml fun always glvo his
wifti a gmitl oxciiBo'for Btnylng out Into.
pie liclongu t« twenty clubs,
Seattle Ik ngniii n .vlde-oiion town nnd
Iho gamblers tilde to flush u itionl tlcliot
erory time tltey onlor u stuck of hot:
cukes.
During the bivalve season tho pcoplo
in New York ent $200,000 worth ot
oyirtwrs. New Denver is not in it with
this record.
Tho first few nds ynu put In n paper
mny not bring many onqtilrlcSi but keep
it it nnd ynu will wear diamonds, ns
well ns the editor.
D docs nut do for a npwspnpor in print
nil the hows. The gossips iiia^l bo
allowed to live and somo room kept In
beaten for those wlm are not editors.
Unless British Columbia ran get better
treatment from ibe Podornl govormubut,
it Is about time for us to cut looso from
a govcmmvnt thnt qluehos us ton tight to
earry our immense pack o! trouble*!.
Since boot has gone so higli  we nre
ind of sorry thnt wo shut Iho cows out
this lununor. lt Is another case In the
tide of affairs where taken nt the water
barrel the bovinos miglil havo led us on
in fortune,
In order tn assist Enstorn factories,
tbls province has lo pay more for mining
supplies than It wonld under free trade,
yet whon wo ask for lend protection wo
get nothing but frost from Ottawa.
A Kentucky pnrson bet on a horserace, nnd the chinch tired him, Then
he got n job In GhlongO preaching for
etir*,000 n yenr, which lends ns to believe
that the wicked sometimes prosper, or
else It is no real sin to gamble in Kentucky.
British Columbia certainly gets tlio
worst of It ai Ottawa. Our wishes regarding tho •Chinese nro not respected,
nml nltbough this province would thrive
on free trade, Ute govornmonl is loth to
glvo ns protection upon load. It looks ns
though tho Dominion government wns
witling to keep this province in tbe back
end of good times nml force lis Into
secession.
Beef is so high In Ihe Must that burglars prefer to steal It to diamonds. At
least a Cleveland panor reports that
burglnrs recently broke Into n residence
In thnt city, blew opeti n safe, and go I
nwny wllh several choice soup bones,
*As wo do not lay lip tronsiil'o of this
kind, no burglar can break Into our safe
nnd get beef, although lid might swipe u
•hunch of green onions.
Don'Mail to see G.H. Osvln's samples
of wallpaper at (Isptaln Dillon's office,
Esplanade. Choice new designs at hb-
tonlihingly reasonable prices.
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
Slaughter of Filipinos-American
Miners Threaten Strike.
Argentina and the Boers-Manitoba
Crops-Yukon Mails,
S tilore oil bo American cruiser Chicago
asennllert litizensin tho sheets of Tri-
eatn. Four were nrrcsled snd handed
over to Captain Dayton, ol the Cliicego,
who paid fur nil damages.
/i meeting of the British Empire
League wae held at the House ef Commons, under the chairmanship of Lord
Avehury, to hear an address from Oct.
Ddnieon on the sul ject of preferential
trale. The Duke of Abercorn, Sir
Ciarles Topper and several influential
mam berg or parliament were present.
Tbe government hrs granted the Boer
dob gates, Messrs. Baumann and Hie-
chillidi, 70 leagues ol land in the Ohubut
Territory for the purposes of colonization. The government Ib disposed to
grant tn the Boers 025 hectare! of land '
fur every family, If Argentine citizen-
shin is accepted after tffo years of residence in that country.
At n meeting of the Paris music ball
artists it was definitely decided to form
themselves into a trade union.
The Indian troops for tbe coronation
are lobe quartered in the Home Park,
Hampton Cou't, not in the Old Drer
Park ut l.iclniioul as was expected.
The Bohemian Academy of Science
ami ArtB included the name ol Count
Leo Tolstoi In a list of proposed new
honorary members. It was erased by
tbe Archduke, to whom the list was
u omitted.
Winnipeg's realty assessment now
totals $2,1,012,01)0, with $0,668,210 exemption*;.   Population, 4S1;;n7.
The Supreme Court at Obartottetown,
P. E. 1., holds that a Montreal firm
ha vir,g*s gents us it ent In Cbailottetowu
Ie not liable fur the provincial tax of
f 100 on commercial travelers.
The Executive Boaid of the United
Mine Workers ol America met in Scran-
ton, Pa., to decide whether the men are
to remain ut woik or go on strike lor in-
created pay, a shorter da)'* work and
lecognition cf their unione.
Oao thousand Eiliplnu prisoners were
shot in pliitooLB over graves they themselves had been forced lo dig, according
toa letter Irom J. Beunett Walker, a
private, now at Sorsogen, Pnilippiner,
Colonel John WinglMd, first Baron
Malolm of Poltalloob, who died on
March 0 last, left £360,172.
The Journal cf Commerce asserts that
the Cuuard line has joined with tbe
Morgan syndicate in the community of
lutertst piinclple, aud hae not been
given nn extension of time by Morgan to
ilecide upon a course.
Reports from about CO correspondents
in d HVrent juris of Manitoba and the
Northwest received hy the Winnipeg
Grain Kxchange bhuw the following
■rop conditions comp-md with the'same
t.tii» Inst j ear up to May 1; Land ready
for crcii Inst fall, lll.'O per cent.; land
to bo ploughed tbii spring, 111.G6 per
tieut.; nggt'tgile of wheat, 111.105 per
cent.; aggregate of bailey, 111.110 per
vent.; augregate uf Uax, 111.100 per
cunt.; wheat land seeded May 6,111.36
per cent,; -estimated quantity, of wheat
iu farmers1 hands, 8,000,0000 bushels, of
which about 4,000,000 bushels will be
required lor sued.
The PosliuastefGeneral has notified
all the post offices in Canada tbat mail
matter lor the Yukon would be accepted
hy tho White Pass railway, tbe same ae
any otber road. Hon. Wm> Mulock has
just concluded a contract with tbe White
Pass people. It takes effect at once.
Under tho new contract a dally mall
service will he given between the conventional boundary line and the While
Horse express. The contract of tbe
Uaiiudiau Dtvelopment Company for
carrying the mails bas been atsumul by
Ihe White Pass people. All mall matter
Including parcels, can now be forwarded'
t j D-iiVBOu tbe year round.
Count Von Waldersee, who was com-
niaiiilei-iii-fiiief in China, describes tbe
I'ugllOb-JapanvBe alliance as of pre-
minont significance, revealing the
seilouBne*B of ibe world situation. In
Jiipiiu a ('(milict with Russia Is regarded
as unavoidable, and, while seine Russian poHihia in EaBt Asia are still rx>'
posed, Rustiifl is making the must ol her
time. Her position at sea Ib being
Blrengthoned dally. Energy Ib being
directed from nil sides toward the richest i art of Qhlnn, tho Yang-tse Valley.
"Tbo reserved attitude o! many Ruselan
officers during the China affair showed
that tho antl*Germsn sentiment, which
was ehurlnhed in Rncaia after tbe Berlin
congress, was not yet extinguished." V
LADYSMITH   LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION  NEWS. BOtTlf*, 1001.
Ladysmith Leader
Wellington-Extension News.
Pabltshctl every Wednesday uiitl Saturday nl
rhe Leader Building, comer oTMrst Ave. ami
Stanch street, Ladysmitli, Hrltl.Ii Columbia.
T. I.. CKAIIAMK, I-:»1T0R ANH l'l-.ol-ltliCTOIt.
SUBSCRIPTION KATKS.
[IIVMAII. Ill CANADA SKII  UMTF.U  STATUS.
OVyeni (strictly lii advance)  U
is mouths (strictly in advauce);   . .:-
ADVERTISING UATUS.
TRANSIENT—First insertion loc. a Hue; each
strk.equ.ut iusertlon 3C. a line.
COMMKRCIAI, ADVER'I'ISINO.
Rates ou application. No wood culs used
Out, for regular use should be all nielal.
Marriage. Birlli, Death and Funeral noliees,
each iusertioii 50c.
Advertisements not inserted for n specified
time will he charged for until ordered to lie dls-
eont.uued.
always reody to Invest  iu  Ibo home
bonds.
Li serious a nuisance lias tbe long
ipecuh become lu Ibe Congress and
Senate ol Ibe United Slates lhat It, Is
now proposed lo appoint a couiinlttes
11 enquire into the brat rbethoj ol checking Ibis flow ol useless eloquence.
Smaior Tiller humorously proposes thai
"Silent Wetmore," serving hie seventh
term as senator from Rhode Is'nnd, who
has never made a speech in ths bouse,
would bo the best man for chairman of
this committer. In tho It. 6. Legisla'
lure something ol Ibis kind should bsi
done, or Iho province will bo mined by
thu ovn.'lnetir..; _--sB of all-Phillip,; Mc'
Bride .nnd Ibr i.iie.
TsftH LEADER will be found at the following
place.:
I,edyBMitri—The Under Office; The Ladysmitli
Pharmacy.;
N.iikIiuo—E. Fiuibiiry & Co.
Victoria—Public Library'; Provincial Library'; and
Hotels.
Vancouver -Public Library, and Hotels.
New WMtmluster-Puhlic Library.
Anything mora pnfojilele than the'de-
Btruolioh ol St. r'jj.io: .lould be baid to
Imagine, Tne descriptions by the correspondents wbo have already arrived
on the seer.o are harrowing. Whet vraa
a few days ago a little Eden of the
tropics, has been transformed into a
heap of smoking ruins, the grave of
thirty' thousand human beings, wbo
met death In the Barae Instant.
At! changes In advertisements must be received
at this office before 11 noon the day before
Iss-i..
S" iseiibers not receiving paper regularly plcnsc
..port to tills office.
A., lob work>trictly ensh on delivery.
T. uislent advertisements cash In advance.
SATURIJAV MAY 17,190a,
THE CELEBHA'I'IOJI.
By working together harmoniously, all
doing their best for tbe advancement of
tbo town, Lidyimilh can have a celobra
tion thli year that will eclipse even ibe
iplendid celebration of last year, end we
an well aware that the 1001 celebration
will tik. eon. besting.
W. hope thero il no mote foundation
for ths report which haa been circulated
thst certain permits intend to opposo
ths holding of a celebration hero on
Dominion Dsy, then there ib in tbe
ordinary street goiiip. But Bhould it be
true, then it might be si well to intimate
to thoie perioni that those who have
pnt their hsnd to tbii woik of pioviding
a dsy'i enjoyment for the ciiiiins of
Lsdyimith snd their guests, are quite
determined to carry through the arrangement! in Bpite of any eucb 'opposition.
Surely there can bi uo qucetion that
Lsdyimith ihould repeat the grand sue-
ceil oi lilt year. To bs sure, it ia a
pity ii eome people leel themselves
■lighted, but tbe matter wai made ns
public si possible, the meetings were
open to all citizens; thoie who showed a
willingness to accept tbo worries and
responsibilities ol committee work wero
chosen by their fellow citlzsns to die-
charge thote oneroni but honorable
dutiei, and wo are glad to eay that tbey
have done their work well. In fact, we
may say from pieeont indications, Lady,
■mith will havo a celebration oi wbieb
every citizen will be proud, and every
visitor will be gild he came to see,
Let the citizens pull together and sink
.mall difference! lor s spell and thoy can
do s first-rate bit ol work for the ml.
vancement of the town on the Firet oi
July.
Seattle Poat-Intelllgincor strenuously
opposei any land grants lo railways to
be built in Alaska,  That newspaper
lay 11
"Congress will mike no mistake if it
■hall turn down any and every scheme
that asks tor a land grant to aid in railroad building In Alaska. Capital ran be
found to I'onstrtict all Ihe railroads in
that district that can stand upon their
merits. Railroads wlll ho built there,
aad work is now under way, as rapidly
al the development ol the country require!. To reintroduce tlm land irniut
lyitem, to tie up landi tn Aim kit tor the
belt part of aaotber g-neraiion tor rail
rosd purposes and to assist in the flotation of companies, would be inexcusable
lolly snd wrong. We do not believe
thst either home will consider it for a
moment.
*J W#-n.«l*>«j '.-,<;«'. i.xt -^.tama '.-s.iai.WrVo
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oi' for your own judgment, in the order
of tlmo.
Ti. Bo scrupulously pxnet down tu tbo
smallest item In money 'matters, etc., in
your account of them.
0. Be careful to keep ,<*>ur papers in
neat a nit orderly fashion.
7.j There in no need to courciW fgnor-
n nee [o;ij client, but never he above atjk-
ing./i.i,,'/id>,Icij -fwtin tlitise competent to
give it iu any mallei' of doubt, and ucviv
alTect to-undei'Ntaiid wheirynu do not t
understand' thoroughly.
8. (.Vi to the bottom; oi* any affair Intrusted to you—oven the sijnphjst—and
do cacli pi'-ee ofW'oi'.I; i:.i 1" yo.i tvorO'il
.Uaduf.uiiv,: :i ■..,::■.; ■ -.ut. a best sample of:
!iis riiahiifaetufo by which he wishes to'
hi*, judged. ,. »     • t .   .-      j
0. Do not ho content with being merely
mi expert mas! or of, form and detail, but
:,tr!vo to ho n l&wyer. ;* -   ;;
10. Always ;ia straight forward and
Kiju'oVe.—I foit&ehold Words.   ,
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white; i.ikok .h,a*im[.i>.
Kdilor Leader:—As ono of tho white
workman employed on an Important
piece of work now in progress In Lady*
sinitb, nllow me lh« freedom of your
columns to utter a word of warning to
my fellow workmen.    I don't know
♦♦m-mm+*mmmfT+t+
"Tho' rr'iiiciples of Western Civilization," by Benjamin 'Kidd, author of
"Social Evolution,'' "The Control of the.
Tropics," etc. G. N, Morang & Co.,
Limited, Toronto,
Mr. Kidd, the author of this iiolnblo
work, Is n government olllclal iu Kng-
Innd, who employs his leisure In philosophical speculations which have attracted
the nlleiition of all thinkers. This work
comes as n .pleasant corrective to the
highly-spiced fiction which, "under tho
euphemistic nnnie of "novel;-," Vitiates
Ihe iiitcllecliinl palate and provokes menial dyspepsia. Mr. Kidd enters his subject without parley, mid exrepliiig the
slight flavor of preface contained in the
opening chapter, somewhat ahrnplly. Ho
dispenses with tho formal, Orthodox I'l'O-
fiice.'aud' begins' in forthright fashion:
"It would bo Impossible for nny In-
formoil observer nt tho present time, in
the midst of our Western civilization, to
remain altogether    unconscious   of  the
as for example where the author places I
the work of Voltaire in !'" "oveiit'enth
instead of In tin' .■ • ■ ; century.
Hut those, ll is I •".'. "p s■■■H jtpcfltv on"
n work of I'.Ki.iiiiu. ii:-.'! ei'tnUlloilnwhich
should have a wide rending lu Canada,
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■'Amlrey'," a novel, b^'Mary ,Iohn»toB.
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■•'"toriflls for Iter Ciificinatinj- etorlaa
."fill tne region with which she is so
fniuili.ir, Virginia, where her childhood
and most Impressionable years wero
.-rent. Thin is, in 'great measure, thia
soe.ylior-iminy a literary success. Balzac
ami /,oia have given pictures of , Parte
tli.it: only the native dweller could draw;
Dickonar describing 'tiondon; *BnH .Harte
depleting the seenc.i of-CiiHforuinn l.*e,
nro in their native element, 'Miss yFolin-'
pfrnt,niinpl t tiu> lununtiiitin of Virginia
ia.,treadiiig K-r native heath, and nature
has given her the touch (if 'the artist.
"Audrey" is Jliss .Tohnfjton's strongest
una best'novel, nnd we sny tbls remembering the excellent work in "To Have
.nml io Hold," and in "Prisoners of
Hope." The story In full of wild
bounty nnd roinitnee, and moves on flow-
lu'gly and Is consummately managed to
the tragical close. The pieces of (Inscription of scenery are enchanting ai
landscapes seen by glimpses ot the moon,
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"The Copyright Question," a letter to
Toronto Board of Trade, by George Ni
Morntip, Toronto.
This Is a very emphatic defence of the
present Cnnndlan copyright law. The
author points out the Injustice that
would he wrought by making, the
changes-, which have been suggested, and
winds up nn able argument thus:
" I urn absolutely oppospd to nny retrograde movement on the copyright question. I believo thnt tbo rights of publishers are Inseparably bound np with
I hose of authors, nnd I regard any at-
tempi to deprive authors of any rights in
the property which Is tlje product of
Iheir intellectual exertions ns 'nothing
short of a crime equal to that of n highwayman.' "
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nud Conduct/ by A. Coiian Doyle.
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P. H.MARSHALL.
W. K. DUNN.
Church Wardem.
whether it is generally known, but it ii
a fact nevertheless, that systematic attempts are now being made to' hsve the
while men ousted end Chinese put in
their place, This attempt is being msde
by certain men who havo been established in business in Lidysmitb for considerably over a year, aud who ought to
know better, They aro continually
talking about and advocating low wages,
and telling of tho superior advantages
ol Auiittic labor over white labor. It is
a free country, to he sure, but when I
sse whlto meu busying themselves in
work of this kind It makes my blood
boil, for In this case If. is none of these
men's business, and if their advice wsi
taken It would mean something veiy
serious to a number of Ladysmith's
hard-working men.
A CITIZEN.
Ladysmith, May 13th.
WHAT IS SUCCESS,
i.ord Chief Justice Russell's Famous
Food for iclUciion is found in the
flgnrei of tbe two bond iseuutj of Great
Britain and the United States, respectively floated or the eamo day. Tbe
British bond laaoe amounted to $lb'0,-
000,000; It was heavily ovcr-Bnhacribed,
Mffll eipeeted; tho whole Issuo wn;i
gold Bt 93J-.J, ind tho bonds, after this
yetr, will bear interest nt Ihe rate of {,%
percent. Tbe United States loan wns
taken up at HjO^i at 2 per cent. American newspapers Attribute this lo the
immense fWrve of wealth in tho United
bUt-M, there being abundance of cnpi'al
"fa there any recipe for successV" men
have been asking each other for cen-
I iirles.
And to-day the question Is being pill
mora eagerly than It has over been put
before.
Plainly, tlio only niiswer oliinimiblo Is
Mich as may bo vouchsafed by men
themscivcB successful. I'erhaps tho
wisest thing to be done, if you iiijo somewhat vaguely starting oul i'l a career
anil do not know bow to make tho most
or It, Is to study somo Biich sot of tii|c»
mi those whlcb the lute Lord Itusseil
wrote down for the guidance ot bis sou-
a younger niemher of tlio bar.
J. Begin each day's work with u memo
of what Is to bo dono, In order of
urgency.    , *
'I. Do ono thing only nt n tlmo.
3, In any business Inlervlows note In
yonr diary or In your entries tbo sub-
Blanco of what Ultoa plnce-for corroboration In any futnro dllliculty.
4. Arrange any case, whether for brief
character and dimensions of a vast process of change which., henanth tho outward surface of orcu'ts, Is.iu progress in
the world nroiind us,"
ItcMorving hls-owirorl'giiial speculations
for Inter chapters, tbe author gives a
succinct, yet quite comprehensive, survey of thought and opinion at the close
of tbo hiiictoo.ilh century, and vividly
recounts tho achievements-of the great
thinkers during that century—Bent hum,
Austin, .lunies nud ,1. %. .Mill, Stewart,
Miliums, Grot,', Kieardo, In political
economy, and Herbert Spencer, Darwin,
Wallace nuil others of—tho evolutionists
and utilitarJiilis. He groups in a striking manner the great work of tho German and French philosophic -schools, and
lie pays compllnreht to the higher critics.
"The 'Darwinian hypothesis, as It, left
iho hands of Ghnrles Darwin, remains
in all Its main features unshaken. It bus
survived, ' practically without serious
cUWIeiigo, -tlio criticisms \o which
.it has been subjected. And yet it bns
JifCli ' already overlaid by a meaning
which carries us almost as far beyond
iho import of Darwin's contribution to
knowledge, as tho Darwinian hypothesis
Itself carried us beyond the mora
eiennjiilary evolutionary concljptlons of
Goelhe and Lamarck."
The.author shows Hint, no matter how
llxod and self-centred Ideas — pntlUcal,
economic oi* ethical—may appear to be,
they are nil subject to nud aro strlelly
eoiitiolled by iho grand central process
of development.
We cannot lindnpace to quote more of
the'line tilings from this volume, so conl'
pact with clenf thinking. Suillce [t to
sny that bo who' seeks n p]u in-spoken
guide in the.labyrinth of modern philosophic speculation, nnd would know thu
opinions of the profoitndest thinkers of
the present timoj on religion nnd sociology, will timl this book of Mr. Kidd's
worth coiistillnllon.
It Is a pity thnt so'cleVer a man should
not have n bettor■ literary style.' We
lltid, iiiHiioroiis ungainly-.. collocations
which, certainly diHlIguro a work of
splendid seliolurship, and which cnuso it
to Htiffor liy eomprirJHou w/ili tho
llnwless text of<Spt!neor, Mill, lJiimlltoii
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MnYSMITH LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION NEWS. MAY 17". 1908.
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YSMTH,
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Warrioiv. O  Tlie Indian Tribes In Their Great War Canoes. This is
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Aiewol thoie 13 foot Gr.enbe.rt
Rodi to dlipoM of. Tbe only rod
inllabli  for   the Expert Angler.
SMPSM'S CAM STORE
Oonmerclsi St. NANAIMO, B.O.
THE   KEITH   HOUSE
McAdie Block, Victoria Oraeeent, No-
aaiao, B. 0.
Having laaied the McAdie Block, nml
bavin, hail Ih. rooms completely renovated, I .m now prepared to receive
harden with or without rooms. Visitors from Ladyimith will find most
jmlorubls accommodation at very
mionible retee. MISS KEITH,
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Mr. McMillan the road foreman for
"thli diitrict, wai in town this weok
taking a quiet nennich ot the work in
proipest.
Dining snd drawing room Kloz. Prices reduced Ior csshfor ten dsys, at Lively'!, the Jeweler.
Mr. 0. B. Robelee has leiscd tbe
ground floor of the Berry block for a
year, and will fit it np as a first-class
carpenter ihop and cabinet miking
establishment.
Nothing more tasteful than, those
beautiful new designs in tweed, snd
cloths has been seen in Nsnsimo
those st Caldwell's, Nsnalrao'i lending
tailor,
The garden laid out by Mr. D. H
Davis, ol the Portland Hotel, has been
greatly admired hy sll passert-by on
First Ave. Mr. Davis intends tb build a
summer honse in the. middle' of the
garden, snd in other ways inoreise its
attractlveneis.
At tbe Obespside, great variety of
skirts and Blurts and shirt wiists. Inspection invited.
BMr. Roliton, Ihe High St. hardware
merchant, hnc considerably improved
the appearanei- of hii building by putting ou orr.i.'.ientol galvanized iron
cornico work, mticlo on his own premises
by Mr. W. P. Boyce, whose workman-
ship proves bim to be a muter of hii
trade. Mr. lloliton'i extensive building
is also boing covered with Ore nnd water
proof embossed metal sheeting.
For fit finish nnd style go to Oaldweil'l
the well-known artistic tailor of Nanaimo.   And tbe prices are right.
A iplendid assortment of ladies' and
gents' wsteb chains, bracelets, iu gold,
Iliad and eilver, ileeve links, lace pine,
••ih pini in the latest style, If we
haven't got what you want we can either
make It or get it for you, Lively the
Jeweler.
Mr, Roedde, the artlet, is making an
artistic Job of the bar room of the Abbotiford Hotel. He is alio engiged on
the repainting ol the Portland Hotel,
and il doing a fine bit ol work there
alio.
For one week only will we tell eight
day clock! lor 13.00 ..cb. Strikes the
hour and hall hour. Guaranteed for
five yean.  Lively, Ladyimith'! Jeweler
Excursion! to Victoria and Ntnaimo
are advertised ior tbe 24th on tbe E. A
It'l too bad to throw that pipe away
became yoa let lt fall and broke it, take
lt down to Lively the leading jeweler, he
ean fix li.
The formal opening of the Mt. Sicker
road to Crofton took piece a few days
ago with some toimsllties, euch ai the
drivi-r. oi a lilver spike by Mn. Croft,
in presence ol a diitinguiihed pirly of
gaesti. Sir Richard Muigrave wis
smongittbe number. Traim ore now
running regularly over the line.
Tlie queition il asked by many:
"Whit is Lidyimilh going to do to
ihow its loyalty on Coronation Day?"
Throughout Eastern Canada great pre.
parstiona are being made, and iu tbe
United Kingdom every mountain will
blaze with bonllres in honor ol tbe historic event, Why not a huge bonfire on
top of Spion Hop, the smallest tar barrels thankfully received?
Mrs. Divls of the Portland Hotel ii
tbe fortunate possessor of oue of the
most enterprising hens ln tho country
This iniluitrioni fowl quietly laid fifteen
beautiful egn ln tbe neighboring woods,
hatched them out, and one fine morning
lately inarched the whole company ol
chicks Into tbe hotel yard for htcakfu',
The well-known hospitality of tlio Portland wsi cordially extended to the
crowd.
High ell., pii'iure fratno making:
skilled wqrkuittushlpj ealiitutition guaranteed. Estimates cheerlully given. 0
B, Robelee, First Avenue and Ciatacre
S'rect, Ladysmith, B*0.
Dr. Sisillcs and wife, of Cumbeland
went to Victoria yesterday after spending the day with Mr. end Mrs. Marshall
Hon. Jas. Dunsmnlr lias repeated his
kind and considerate gift to the pages of
tbe Legislature by presenting tbem with
piesee over the E, A N. Bystdm for two
months. Tbe b >yi enjoyed the same pri
vllcge at Easter,
Dominion Patliament prorogued on
the 16th. instant.
Wellington football team will play tha
Ladyimith on the bunker ground thie
afternoon'
Our stock is now complete in fancy
drygoods, boots shoes, gents' furnishing!
etc,, undoubtedly the finest showing on
the Island. Tho Cheapside, High St.
All kinds ol watches repaired; English,
American, and Swiss. Work guaranteed
and done by a practical mechanic. W,
II.   Lively.
A rather amusing aniwer wai given
in one ol the house ol Commons Committee-Rooms yeiterday. A witnesi was
being examined with regard to tlie
construction ol s pier, snd he wis siked
what wsi the meaning of a pierhead.
'In of the other Home," he replied; "1
■honld Imitate to auiwer, but hero I
msy explain that it ii mide of wocd
and quite empty,"
Tbey all cone beck. Who? Why
Cildwell'i easterners. They know where
Ihey can be certain ot getting suits that
Hi, look ilyliih end don't cost outrageous
prior..
LOIT-A Pit! Book with the Hlber-
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Francisco, In tbs nsme of Donald J,
Woodmen, NO. 307.1202, The Under
will please return to bank or Leader
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DR. J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,      -     Nanaimo, B, 0
P.O. Box, 37, Tel. 146.
Visits   Ladyimith  every Saturday,
Honn Irom 91. m. till 6 p. m.
Abbotilord Hotel.
BASEBALL
Have jolt reeelnd a complete stock ol
Ihe latest nodi manufactured by Spalding and other maker, consisting ol
BALLS,  BATS. MASKS,
OLOVES, SHOE PLATES,
ETC.
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Hardware,
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Tinsmith,
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Entirely reinrnished and renovated,
Firet-clasi table. Every accommodation
for ladiei visiting Nanaimo. Mn. T, J.
Thomai in charge of dining room wlll be
happy to welcome all old Wellington
and Ladysmith friends.
W. THOMAS,
Proprietor.
David    Murray,
General
Blacksmith
Buller Street, •       Ladysmith
Shop will bo open every Thursday,
Friday and Saturday,
NOTICE.
Cakcbllatiom of Rbibrvk on Foresuobb
and Tidal Land.
NOTICE is hereby given that the reservation on loreiboro snd tldsl lsnd,
notice whereof wsi publiibed in the
British Coiumbls Gizette and. dated
16th Msrch, lt>90. li cancelled. Any. person desirous of acquiring a lease ot any
forosbore or tidal lands must take Itepi
to acquire the same in the msnner provided by lection 41 ol the "Land Act,"
after the expiration of three (3; months
from tho date of tble notice,
W. 0. WELLS,
Chief  Commissioner; of   Lands and
Works.   Lands and Works Depsrtment,
Victoria, B.C., 8th April, 1002-
Victoria lacroese teamlare playing Man
aimo today.
PlislSONAL.
Miss Grsssie ol Duncan is spending a
couple ol weeks with Mre. Pelky, of this
city.
Mre. and Min Conway nf Cheinainiis
visited Lidysmitb on Wednesday.
Mrs. ABkew of Chemainus paid Ladysmith a visit last Wednesday.
Mrs. E. Kolston visited Nanaimo on
Wednesday.
Mr. P. II. Marshall, manager for Leiser A Hamburger, went np to Nannlmo
on Wednesday's train.
Mr. Wm. Beveridge of tlie Grand
Hotel was a passenger to Nanaimo on
tho Wednesday train.
TENDERS.
Tenders are invited till G p.m., Saturday, May 17th, 1002, Ior the erection of a
irame building, etc., (carpentere' work
only) on lot 10 block 7,
Lowest or sjiy tender not neceseaiily
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Plan! and specifications may be eeen
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