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WEDNESDAY. MAY 28, 1902.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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VICTORIA  DAY
When you go to celebrate this day in Victoria or
Nanaimo dressed in best "bib or tucker" show
them that your
MILLINERY, HATS, SHOES, DRESSES or TIES
Purchased From
LEISER & HAMBURGER, Ladysmith
are equal to or better than anything there, We also supply the
best GROCERIES a full and fresh line of which we always keep
on hand at lowest prices.
Leiser & Hamburge
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Esplaasdeand Oatacre Street,
LaJysmilli
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Our SPUING and SUMMER clothing shows a marked
advancement over any of our previous steps in the line of
clothing'.
Our Twentieth Century Brand is raising its standard every
seaso 1 and at present stands in fair competition with made-to-
ohler goods nud at about one-half the cost.
The 20fii Century Motto Is
Well-Made, $ Perfect
fitting
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No. i Tabic--Men's Fancy Dark Gray Worsted
Suits in small checks; a dressy suit $10.00 suit
No. 2 Table—Men's All Wool Fanpy Worsted
and Navy Blue Serge Suits, round or square cuts,
well lined; a big range .$13.50 suit
No. 3 Table—Men's All Wool English Worsteds in fine Gray and Fawn Checks, single or double
breasted vests, round or square cuts, beit trimmings,..$IS.0O suit
No. 4 Table -Special "Coronation" Suits, made
from line All Wool Worsteds, any cut, with five
pockets in panls;   equal to  any  tailored   goods;
trimmed ill first-class style
..$20.00 suit
Any mail order will receive prompt delivery and you receive a
ticket on our Free Trip to England a guess for every
 dollar	
X   AGENTS FOR  x
"Christy's" Celebrated Hats.    W. G. & R. Shirts.
Levi Strauss Overals.
W, G, & R, While Shirt at $1 Fit for a King,
NITIUD HOTEL
Tall new hotel ba. been completely
famished with ill modern convenience!.
XteslltBt table, white cooking. The
barli inpplled witb the finest wines,
Hfjaori aad olgiri.  An experienced bnr-
D. H. Davis, Prop.,
Vim Avenue,     -     Ladyimitb, I). C.
Ladysmith Dairy
SPRING BROOK FARM.
New Milk, Creamery Untie j*. Now Wi"
'•'fita nntl Frebli    Vegetables .-applied
Duly.   Leave orders at Iho post office,
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and fancy bread.   Ciiken nml pas-
nil   description,-,,     fruits   in
tries  of
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sGRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
Thii at* hotel lias been comlnrlably fuiuiil til i nl lie I r.r is up In .'sir.
But acoomtnodation lor transient and permanent boarders nnd lodgers.
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
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Ladysmith, B.C.
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ivoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -  AND   -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works, Nanaimo.
Manufactures,
Sada Water, Olnger Bear, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages ol all kinds.
W. E. RUMHINO.        - Proprietor,
P. 0. Host 90
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Law itock of English Pishing Tackle, Lacrosse floods, Etc.
John Barnsley & Co.,
Aftats for
J. J. Tayler
Fire Proof Safea.
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Victoria, B, C.
' Kodaks, Pllnts, ntc.
MILLS  BROS,
t-holatala and R.I.1I Deileri in Meati.
Ponllrr  and Vegetable!.  Game in
sawa.   Shipping ordar. attanded to o
•rt aatiee.
tap's Pharmacy
HIGH  STREET.
Preewlplloni esitlallr diirwastd.
day and nlghl.
Open
The Crescent Hotel
Wm, Hepple, proprietor,
First-clan accommodation! (or miners
and transients.  None bin
Thi Best Wines and Liquors
nrved st the bir.   (jive ns s rail.
Cor. Victoria ltd A Commerclil HI,
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PORT OF LAOYSMJTH.
Movement of Vessels to and From
This Pert,
Nellie G, Thurston Reported
Safe,
THE FERNIE OISASTER.
WorK of Rescue—Partial List of
Dead.
Schooner Nellie Q, J'lmrslon lue
been epolien in northern waters wiili
80 tons of AbIj, ami nil well. Sho v.je
oo a sand bank off Queen'Chariot o
islands for a while.
Str, Welling), en arrived yesterdoj
morning from San Francisco to load coal
for the same port.
Str, TelliiB left for S.in 'Franoifico Saturday with a enrj-o of Wellington conl
aa extra gang of workmen having beeti
pat on ber owing lo "hurry" or leis for
coal from Ihe Bay Ci'y.
Str. Thistle ariiv.tl on Srinddy for a
cargo of coa1. Sbe left for Union Monday nig lit.
Str. Selkiik left on Sunday wilb a
cargo of ore for Tuooma.
Str. ABtiiintion ii expected in to-day
to load a cargo of Wellington coal for
San Franoisco.
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
ii. s.
Government to Retain the
Philippines.
indemnity From the Moorish Government,
LORD PAUNCEFOTE DEAD.
British Ambassador to D. S, Dies
at Washington,
THERE YOU ARE!
N tliluecao I'pat a '-'Province Cigar."
Tub I-uricI. mid beet smoke ever made.
Try oim and be convinced, Matiufjo
•iired ly
PROVINCE CIGAR CO.,
Vltes Street VICTORIA, B.C.
H. SIMPSON,
IlarrUter, Solicitor,
Attorney, Notiiry I'tililic, 1,1c.
"rloni-y to Ltirtn.
Nniiniino.
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LTARTl.HV 013110 UN I,
Mi'inl't'i Cnii. Society of Civil   I-.n^itic-via
Member Institution nfHlectricnl t-'njjtitccrs
Elcctrlcnl Engineer
Correspondence Sotlcllet.
Work Giinrntitceti I', O. Box *sj
LADYSMITH, II. C.
WARNING!
ARE   VOU   INSURED?    "nnt
get insured nt olire for It may be
too 'nil' tiiiiiiii'ri'w. f represent eevrral
OLD anil HELIAHI.H Ui.mp.nles ami
can ilium- you at a moment's notice nt
tlie lowest possible rales. All lendins
companies nl.nrir*. Hie same rates. Don't
he misled Into Insuring with s cheep
company—it inlglil lie dear in the end
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. 0. Drawer 38, Nannlmo, 11. 0.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Tbl; olil'l'lstahllreil, Fi.st-Olss. and
Popular Hold Is most comfortably fur-
nlihed, centrally situated. Bun meH»
trains. Excellent Cnlslne. liar storked
with the finest wince, liquors and clean,
NANAIMO, II. 0.
JOS. FOX,      •      •        Proprietor.
Although the official report! place tho
lilt of billed somewhat lower than the
previous newi, tbe disaster ia the molt
awful in the hlitory oi Ih. province.
Mr. A, Dick, inspector ol mine.. In s
report lo Colonel Prior, miniiiir ol
mines, says: "All bodies la No.3and
high-lying position! in No, S-,9 in all-
recovered. All tho .ii turned Into
West division neir where th. bullet .re.
getting on well." Ur, Armilrong uyi ■
"Fifty bodies recovered; aluut 80 .till
mining. Twenty tour escaped alive.
No Ore In Ihe mini. Jury empanelled
lust night and adjourned for a weak.
Every tiling possible being done."
Tbe «ork ol leiciu I. proceeding
slowly on account ol gai, and tb. following ii . partial lilt ol tb. de.d recovered: Steve Morgan, Joe Bengal.,
Willie ltoberlion, V. Johnson, J. Lead-
Dealer, Frank Sailer, John Mcleod,
Thoi. Feetfnl, Thomu Jobnion, W.
Oreailey, Joe TnVi, John Koorman,
Ronald Jonn, Waller Wright, Andrew
Hovan, Thoi. Glover, Ju. Crtlnlye,
Owen Holmes, W. Ferauion, M. J.
Fleming, Sam Hind. T. Stephen!, II
John Hughe., John Cardiff Jams. Mc-
Intyre, Harry Wilion, Geo. Hornby,
Tony Mu'too, Win. Nuco, Wm. He-
Phsil, John Zelonlk., T, F.lrfleld, Joi.
Welsh ind A mo. Bock.
NEW BUSINESS,
Important Addition ti Ladysm itti
Stores.
Early in Jun. Ur. T. W..Fletcher ot
Victoria will open a hindsoma music
■tore In Lidytmith, and eirry a lull Iln.
of all kindi of muiical Initiumenli,
■htet ind book music, etc. Th. well-
known enterprise ol th. Mr.Flelober
il sufficient guarantee tbat tbey will run
thoroughly up-to-date Mlabllihment
in Lidyimilh sad make II .future of
th. commerclil Ills ol tha place. TL.
Leader heartily w.lnom.1 Mr, Fletcher
to Lailjimitli'i builoiM community and
hopu h. will win a liberal abare ot the
paople'i patronage.
The Biilish Auilinssinlor at Waililng.
ton, D. 0„ Loul Paunoefote, died 1ml
Saturday alter a short lllneii. He dr.
velopcd n weakened lienrtnnrl Ihophjsl.
ciins could not rally him,
Barou Pauncelott. itss horn ntMnuicb
September 18, 1S28, of British pnicnll,
and educated at Paris, Geneva and
Uatlhorougli collece. He was nailed lo
the bnr at the Inner Temple In 1852 and
was appointed itttorney-gniit-riil of Hong-
Kong in 18115, nml ncttd ns chief Justice
in 1869 and again in 1872. Iln wne
knighted in 1874, appointed chill justice
ol tbe I.iewaid Islands in 1878, end in
1874 was legn! aeeistnnt nm'or aeotolary
oi state for tho colonies. [In wss mealed
a C. E, and IC, C. M. II. in 1SS0 ami in
1882 succeeded the Into Lord Tentrtilcn
si permanent under eecrelacy tfslati
tor foreign flfl'airs. In 1885 be received
the Grand Crosa ol the Order ol St.
Michael snd St. ili..n..i'. Iu ISSSlio healths minister lo Washington. In Jssi'J
he received the Grand Cress oi llic ilnlli
for hia diplomatic seiviem, and 11)181)3
waa railed to the rank ot iiuih.isiailor
eilr.ordinary and plenipotentiary lo
the Unlled Stales. In mill lie wns mail.'
a privy councillor, lie was one ol the
peace conU-rencu Ill-Id at llin Hague in
1809, sud for his diplomatic services, wa"
msde a baron.
l.ord Pauncefolo wna doyen ol lbs
diplomatic corps at WaeblDgtoo,
The Bebring Su nrgoll tlo . »oro
smong bii earliest wniku ul Ittipuiluucp,
•ad it wai blifamiliurily with Hint dim
cully which led to his reliction l.y the
Foreign Office for the piBt at Wasiiin j-
ton. Tbe arbitration treaty negotiated
with tbe United Stales was the lorc-
rnnnerof the grrui woik accomplished
st The Hague, and it may he said that
11 embodied sonic ol the most Important
principles of tho great convention, reun-
Isting tbe arbitration treaty afterwards
framed by the Hague conlcrence. Then
came a number of reciprocity itiniiiB
snd arrangements involving a vast
amouot of study and woik. Tlio Hay.
Pauncefote treaty islilled lo ect al
reel the questions trowing out of lie
Olsyton-Bulwer treaty, wns iegarded ns
onii.f Ida most important ni'coinpliili-
ment,, For hia valuable servicea Iho
British government did Lord Paiincefotc
tbe honor of three timee extending his
term at Washington, which would o'.licr-
wile have ceased when ho leni-htd Ihe
age of 70 yeart.
Secretary of Slate Hay Immediately
lent the following ti-legrini to the
Msrqnil oi I.ansdoiviii':
'Permit me to expiees my deep sympathy snd Borrow it tho death cf Lord
Pauncelole. HIb Majssly'a government
hsve lost a most able and faithful ier-
vant and this country a v.ilui<! friend."
Tbe Secretary had hilly .v.pressed hie
sentiments In this cablegram, so thnt all
be cared to say in addition wns: ''He
U, S. Government definitely decides
to retain Phillipine islande, and ignoie
assurances uiado at opening of present
war,
Cuba ie now free, all U. S. officials
having cleared out and left island in tbe
hamle of Cubans.
Everybody iu St. Pierre, Martinique,
espeelod a catastrophe five data before the eruption. Letteri received in
Paris show lb.it ample warning had been
given,
S;ranton, Pa., R»tail Grocers' Pro.
trctivu Associniion has decided lo re-
a'.rlot credit during ihsiitikelronbles.
11.9 wholesalers have decided to de-
ni 'nil gjitb payments ftom the retailers
t»no forcing them lo C. 0. D. their cm.
toiners.
deorrc It. Moiley, a New York tngsr
brokir, eays there were half a million
t.naoiingiroloradiii Cuba..
Emperor 1'iai z Josef of Anstria bed s
bomb put in liis private cor on atrip
from Vienna lo Buila-Pcith, by Anarch-
i.ls. It waa discovered in time to pre*
Vi-nt inconvenience. .
An ollfged Anarchist named Negri,
hai been anesled al Parmn on aoepicion
o! being concerned in the plot to murder
the Emperor Francis Joseph. On
searching their prisoner the police ionnd
uuon him n portrait of tbe Emperor,
b'sring uncin it the word "dead."
So lerrifi.. rroro tl.e detonation! Irom
Mount Peiii: and Soufrlero thst the in-
habllaiila of Ihe islands believed tbs
universe wna being rent lo plecei.
Upwards r-f 1,8:11 new member! hav.
joined tho Prlmrceo I.esgue during Ibe
pa it few .lays.
A pr:z» of 115,01)0 is. ffered by the pro.
prieloia of "Molding Illustrated" to «ny
aeronaut, Biilish or foreign, who shall
make an neiial flight Irom London lo
Edinburgh ami back during the coming
auu-.iiior.
Tho liritish Minister nt Tangier hsi
lemnmled irom ihe Moorlah Govern-
ment an Indemnity of x.1,000 for th.
murder of Mr, Alftnok, It is being re-
eisledoo the giound lhat through bla
change ui religion Mr. Alcoek Ion hll
ihjuteitsu Urlllsh sn l-ject.
Bankers ol London, Oat, will estab*
lisii a i leering house.
Groat destitution prevail! among Hi.
liaAivgl ol Labrador,
SHORT tINE STARTS.
Work Resumes Monday With Streng
Force,
Early on Monday morning tb. work
oi building the short direct line from
Ladytmlth lo Exteniion wai recom-
raeund, and it will be pushed with the
utmost vigor until flniihed. Gangs ar.
wotklng at li.iii, ends of the lint ao th.t
the mora speed cm be made. Al hu
beon reported In Ihe Leader, more than
niniloof this line was continued lilt
autumn nt .llio Extension end, and his
been iite.l es a siding. There le only
one heavy cut on the whole line, and
Ihe iniln engineeiing woik lithe bridge
neroBs j\annimo tiver, which will require loo 100 foot spans, retting on a
pier un ihe island in tho middle of tbe
river. Tlie coiupleiion of thii line will
give a 20'Uilnute service to and from
Extension, nnd will solve many problems
A JOLLY CELEBRATION
The Young Folks Enjoy Themselves
Immensely.
Tie 25 h of May was celebrated by Ihe
young folks of the Catholic chnrch
acrois on the Island. Thoie preient
were: M.iirs. E. Leihy, t. Tesby, J.
Cniilln, T. O'Connel, J, O'Connel, D,
O'Ooiintl, M. O'Connel, J. Mci.ond, W.
McLaughlin, ,1. Dumber, L, Lapsanaky,
J, Teinz, S. Tones:; Misses J. Campbell,
E. LnpsaiiBky, J. I'onlln, K, Tenia, L.
Teitiz, K, Lewis, M. Conlln, M. Lap-
sin.ki, I,. Lewis, S. Liv.ndoiki,
Oa relurnlng from their trip to tb.
Islands, the young people went to Mr.
Peter Teusx.'a hospitable residence and
there wound np the,lay'stestlvlthn with
a dance, which was enjoyed by all, II
was one ui tho most successful aad enjoyable celebrations of the day In Lidy-
eniiih. The Ladysmith braes band also
was not only a person ol very high merit | went along and greatly rdded lo the en-
but he was a good friend of ours." jjoymentul tho occasion.   Praise is due
President Kooavelt lent a letter of i to Min K. Tensa and Mr. M. Fagan lor
condolence to I.uly Pauncefote and alao their i (I iris in arranging the picnic, and
to th. British embaisy, I a'"0'' "In S. Lavandoskl and E. Leahy
I LADYSMITH   LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION   NEWS, MAT 28.  1905?.
Ladysmith Leader
-and-
Wellington-Extensioii News.
ViiblUhed every Wednesday (iml Saturday nt
Pkt I.ettltr Building, corner ofl'tatt Ave. inul
npinch Street, Ladysmith, Urllish Colmiibiu,
T. I,, GRAHAME, Koitor and PaomiBt
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
rBY Mail imCawaha and Uniti;» Status.
One year (ittictly In advance)  $2
Is uioutt-.* (atrictly In advauce)) 1
ADVERTISING RATES.
* TRANSIENT—First insertion 10c, a line; each
■nbsequtut Insertion sc a line.
COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISING.
Rates on application.    No wood cuts used.
Cuts for regular use should be nil metal.
Marriage, Birth, Death and Funeral notices,
each iuKrtloii 50c,
Advertisements uot Inserted for a specified
lint will tie charged for until ordered lo be dis-
outlnued.
nlssoy to Hnnecy; another get his nnme
changed by act of State Legislature from
Dunn to Dunne; and still another get
his ehatigod from Murray P, Dooley to
Murray F. Tooley? 'Mr. Fiulny Dunn
can hardly complain ot scarcity of material for \m inimitable letters so long ns
the fool-killer takes tho St. Louis route
to skip Chicago on his way from periodical visits to Vancouver and Now York.
'tie Roloiiii; wisdom dooa bo rake up sitc-h
dullow prallngs ? Hero n a man that
by hie publiu utterances ti*>*>irea to
handle Hie rlbbona of tlio.government
team! lVhivv! give bltn a hay baud and
and lot him load bis fel'o-v malcontents
to grass. The0.7 from Din to Boerbheba
ie—the eo'juer tbo better.
Men mo beginning to say bird things
THE LEADER will be found at the following
places:
Lsdysmitli-The Leader Office; The Ladysmith
Pharmacy.;
Nanaimn- -K, Plmbury & Co.
Victoria—Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels.
Vancouver -Public Library, and Hotels,
New Westminster—Public Library.
At! changes in advertisements must licVeccivcti
nt this office before 12 noon the day before
Si- isci ibers not receiving paper regularly pit
let ott to this office.
Ai. lull workVstrictly cash ou delivery.
Ti uis.eni tdverUsemeiits cash in advance.
WEDNESDAY MAY 28, 1902.
(AKIIIII-V   CONSIDERED.
What the liresout Tory government of
ISnglnnd havo done in their latest luens-
111'e of taxation is nothing more or Iobs
tlinti a dellbornto blow at tlio principle of
Free Trade. Careful politienl observers
hnve no hesltntion In declaring their
belief that unless something is done to
uheclt the hnhiiMl nud alarming deficit,
n crash must 1 iuto. There is a precipice
at the end or .lie road down which tho
Tory govornmoni and party are leaping
the British people,
Even tho Nniiniino Board of Trade,
Inivo somewhat lost hope of getting the
proposed railway to Alberni, but it h
hardly fair to attempt to caddie lion.
James Dunsmuir with responsibility for
tho failure, ns is being dono. The
trouble with n great mnity people in this
rovhiro seems to be Hint they do no!
think thai Mr, Dunsmuir lias nny righin
lull they nre hound to respect. But. lt
iOems lie bus, Blfahgc lo say: nud ho is
tisl (be kind of mini (0 insist that thoy
'hull mil be trampled upon by persons
villi an Imperfect understanding of the
aw of meum nud tuuni.
By the patting on of tho new train
lervice between Ladysmitli ami Kit*
tension, tbe Wellington Colliery Company haB again proved that it has lb<-
best interests of Us nnmerousemplovcee
at heart. This hour enables n large
number ot men to get to their homcB in
Lidyimlth at an early hour and enj >y
the evening with their families instead
of having to remain at r**tteneion. This
and other changes recently in ado provldi
the best answer to those cheap erltlcB
who have been alleging that the Wel*
lington Colliery Company had in con-
aideratioa for the safety or comfort of ite
men. It would be very easy to show
that no other corporation in North
America pays Kb men better or treat?
them with more care, or consideration
than that company, but itisnotneeee*
aary to do lhat—-the facie, patent to
everybody—prove It conclusively.
€ 10 METER V   SURVEY.
Henri. Dennis Harris, C, E., of Nanalmo. and J. W. Coburn, I. Gould and
T, L. Grahame, cemetery commiesioacra,
visited Ladyimith cemetery yesteiday
forenoon to let Mr. Harris tako a preliminary view of the ground. Ho will
proceed at once to make tbe necemry
survey of the cemetery In order that the
deeds may be duly mado out. Mr,
Harris was of opinion that the cemetery
.6 excellently equated and will make an
ideal cemetery wben plotttd.
about these loud ndv
ouftlus of ihe
puro
in politics, for rm hit.
■ii or clique 1
il men
who art- forever Imp
Ugtiltlg tbo ll
inreiy
of the). felloKaavolt
) bo trusted,
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ia an old liackucvd iii'ave—"
man has ' ■• \- '■ " I) n-u il.e f*
many of lb (■ 1 n belong lo lb
profession waul offmisplidoii ol their integrity'.' Ars 11.ere no charters iu em*
bargo, no castles In Spalu, lo be subsidized bye mid bye, if only the peryarso
wheel will turn our wnjV Ah, boys,
through your o.vu lit'ud mouthingawe
begin to smell n rat, aiid m bush rat at:
that, the biggest fllobere on earth.
Here Is a good hit ou our oppotlilon,
It la a portion of .John Onslow's addrees
to a crow:
Better thou ar'. 1 know
Thnn tb.oy lhat. prate of law,
And prosing o( another's lack,
Yt-i Hide enough of base desires,
'Neath all their Wtiiulug.caniimrcracle
To ditminhttji i:» tho dev IV hriB.
teoivEf«>f.«
The Toronto Argonaut crew f.»r Henley "Wile j ear Is n btrong nne, Tbt Toronto Telegiatn uytri The Men are
powerful, Iho fivt-r-ige weight being
nliMit J70 pounrhj, Wadew,ort|i, at 152
br-Iirg the lightest. The next In Inn, is
Uli. The un w averfg^e tweLt; -four
jtaia nf age, Tuo subscription lut a'-
rdady araumls lo tU.OOO, which «fll, of
course be returned in the event of the
crew's )njt going to Engl-nd. The practices ure hfjii(j held i 1 Ken ii i'e Cut n
tho'.Eis! nf ■•■uuiuil, iMultij- iht* tupfcr
vision ol 0„,.:<iin lUrker, I'red Thojip-
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Affnim, ii'iiii.'li In lii'iui; issucil liy tlie
liubllslilng house of George N*. Moi'itng&
Compiili,.', Litilltcil, Toronto, in n pom-
[ii-'.iiliiuii uf Onnaillnn events, dlsciisstous
ir. luil-liiinii-lit ami tlio press, inul Itatis-
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THE WORLD GF SPORT,     j
Items of Ertcrast Frem Flelil and
Arabia.
Westmmeter. Ihe wi'Til's chnmpinna '
easilytlefeated tbe Viclqilii UtdvelftBi.)
Saturday at ibe capita1. The Fcore wi«:
12 to 1. yVcstminslur loam senna to ba
playing ti fnetei\and Letter game than
ever. Visitors who wilneFsed Ihe gome
iu Victoria Fay that tbe Westminsters
played rue wilb tbe home ttnm, ecoring
whenever tbey pleased.
standpalut, one
is    now frankly
u shoulder
a liiuflier, mid
is niiiile in
t.    A roll of dt
iop damask
ith Inn,,' rlbbohotl
I ends now-
tose pefa'lK, forms
one tiu'ont-
•r is made of  1
ireiiin point
series of ruffle*
etlged with
: bbick nud whli
to satin rib-
I Coal!
'..':-, 11.1.1 lias Inlig enlls in fl'Hlll ti'imii
niiiiir in ii'ioio milieu.
h'aiiii lilierll.'S nml sntin roiiinrda in
I h.v in tlm lilgliesl iii'.-.ii'. nml there is n
i.i-l-ii.' novelties in llicso goods.    Tiiei
.\\\\ nl' coui'se, ll.c- sfline lilue-unil-wlilto
I'l.-n-k-imil-wliiti's   nml   greell-niul-wliiti
Hint wi'i'e seen Ins! yonl'.  There lire nlso
very   lirotty   sti'lpeil    foulnrila,   with
liunelios   of   flo.voi'8 llii-nwii   over the
stripes, uml liiiliilsomo   liluck   foulnrtls
loveieil .villi lirlght-coloi-eil llowcrs in the
nlil Dolly Vnnli'ii style.
Quite the Miinrli'sl: blouses nuule
llinso eoniposeil of lmlisle ile snie; with
I'liti'i'ilinx uf. tlil'enil Inco nvi'migeil upon
lliem, nml hntlsle to inntcli Is ptll'chnse-
nble fur mailing skirls to go wltb-thonl.
'I'llen, ligiliii, ll.e- new passementeries ni-o
eliuriuing. Iimigliiu one nf pnlb-bluo
Velvet, iliilli-il Willi milk-while bends,
upon 11 ilelii-iiti' mnuve eniivns lilnus... n
iTOUg  ll
n  tlm 1
1 le.
iH-b n.r
■ll   ti-liilel
■ Ihe ehnn
if luerv
'. ili'liwn
Ji'.l wilb
swalhery
f Wellingtyn Cent   Best.hotisehokl coal, on''the Pacific
r Coast
Comox CoaS—Best steam coal on the Pacific Coast
Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and household ccal -
The above coals ate mined only by the Wellington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmith,
Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Bayrtes Sound. •
Victoria, B. G
I Head Office
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I San  Fr-anci&GO Agency,
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I'Vi'iiinu' 1
day tires
. is t<
■ bae
: thu
Will
Mamma is waiting for us,   Where is ebe?
Answer to List Puzzle.—With tho upper light hand corner a. hire, Iho call will
ba lound in the upper right hand part, formed by Urn heavy sinubwa.
Mr. 'Hawtliornthwnilo certainly deserves praise (or Ins Indefatigable efforts
iu putting through the Workmen's Compensation bill, nud he is entitled to tlie
best consideration of tha worklngmon
of 'Nanaimo—and, Indeoil, of tlio whole
province—for securing so valuable a con*
tessloii In their favor. .Mr. Hawthorn-
thwaite has again proved thnt although
lie may uot make so much theatrical fuss
iu the House ns some members, he run
do most valuable work hi a quint way,
Surely the Ij-egltduturc will never allow
thnt hare-brained and dangerous bill of
Mr, Smith Ciiills's In pass. As Hon.
Mr. Eberts pointed out, it would simply
place this province at tlie mercy of n
powerful (foreign) American orgnnlstg*
tion which already has a most evil
record ns an iirtscrupnloiis nntagoiilsl of
capital nml all vested Interests, ll Is nnt
a crazy thing lo suggest thai nny portion
or body of persons should be held to bo
not responsible for their own nets ? If
the bill proponed by Mr. Smith Curtis
becomes taw, the American Kodorntlon
or Miners can conn.' Into Ibis province,
stir up any kind of strife thoy have a
mind to, and by this precious net tlieh'
funds would uot be liable. Mr. Smith
Curtis Is simply flying deliberately iu tlm
face of the recently rendered Judgment of
the -Supreme Court of England, published
In tbo Lender some weeks ago,
(Will It be behoved that Mr. l'iulay
Dunn's celebrated "Dooley" letters have
had the effort of making one Chicago
judge put bis mime changed irom Hen-
tie*! for the year 1001. Its editor is Mr.
J. Oastell Hopkins, V, S. S„ F. R. II. S.,
tho well-known author of works relating
In Oiiilftdn and tlie Empire. There are a
number of sections dealing with such
subjoins" ns agriculture, the mines, the
forests, Ihe Usheries, Ctuindlnn manufacturing industries', Initio nud commerce,
Cnflmln nml the Crown ((renting of tin1
(loath of (he piinPii nud kindred events),
Canada and the war, Ihe Itoytil lour,
transportation Interests, educational iif-
fuirp, ifinnnces of the country, etc," Tlnv
book contains about .*H'W pages, is printed
on Ihe best paper, and is sold for $1.1, with
u special hnlf-morocTo edition ut $■(. It
is said to contain a vast amount of information under other bondings (ban those
given- each of whl.'h, by the way, hn« 11
largo number of subdivisions,
VIE Of 1 PIE
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Editor Leader:—How !<jrg will the
gang of dlslntegrants in the local Iioihi
be allowed to continue tin ir disreputabh
taclks7 The motives tbey avow, wilb
tho kten relish of little minds, whin ill
Inting on the menu nnd ibe Ignoble,
hive (e'in'tl t.i li • peurile and assine limy thinking, a niminal guise, for is ii
not criminal t'.> waste the monvyohhi
taxpayer, to ludulgi Iheir ponouol
pij'iCB and mote esperi .I'v tbeir owi
•elllsh cutis'? I/;t,k at Hi I! j.*l Coin-
mission, costing 111,500 Lu humor (lie
whim of an old man in many things ii
hia dotage, We want right here a pad
trail to get stuff into mines already lo*
cated. That $1 oi)() would havo built i
good one, hut bo long ru these fcliowr
are dribbling tho time and money away
we havo little chance of getting it. Me
Bride eaya In the house that the reason
he supported Bodwell was hacauso In
was opposed to Dunsmuir. By inference
if B had been his satanlu imijoBtyMn
Bride would have supported him ui.de.
like conditions.   Erom what depths oj
of iho most exciting games of la'Sosse
ever pbiyid in liin province was thai
between Nanalmo nnd Vancouver Saturday Inst. Although ihe play all through
oould not In' ct'l.fd IlrstelsEs larror-ee,
the fuel t»f thegoKjjRliernaliBglhrough-
out Iho maU.li made it a voy Inturest-
ing one. t'i leiini woik the Vancouver
men wero ninidi supotlor In their
opponent**, but Indivl lually tlm Ka-
naimo nitiii yfkn muoh raslor ajptl.iiUh
■proper coaching should become one of
the Ins- teams in Canada. 1-Jlh temns
wero strong In d**frnfie. Nanaimo was
exceptionally shonglu ita center players,
but wnti unforlunftlB in oue of Us borne
players, who, th hough nn excellent
allrk-l.ui.dltr, let bis dink plnv nil
all rotted bim. Thu Nannlmo goal
and center uml Vancouver cover point
wete Ihe mot I noljocable for lleir strong
play throughout, iho milch. I).-, Drys-
dale if N tiialtua octtd su' i eft ret1, The
scon* w.it fj to -I io favi-rof N naiuio,
BASEBALL,
me was wltnt-Mitl between
i .   of tViifoiiiia nml the
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Nm rimo ki.ii fruui the t'uinb(iltiml
nine by n hcoiu ol S to I, afure a bis ly
played \>hvh>,
The Vancouver team ilefeatod lhe
Seattle Luvilaa on May 28 by a t-coro
of 15 to 1,
The Myerelt nmateurB defsilted Ihe
Tact in i 11oftthiiii.aIs by a tcoie of'1 tuo.
Till': him;.
William If. Kolhwell, better known
as " \ nn,; Cuibelt," gained I no decision ovi r Kid Ihoad, after uharil-fought
JO round contest. At ouo lime Jlroad
had C/ibelt gio!<gy,   The fight was for'
mike the waist look ns long ns possible
n front, nnd to shorten it. nt Ihe back,
•y this menus giving the skirt u lift nt
li is certainly more bceoin-
droup to which wo havo
■ii nccustonied. it Is.not quite so
lo alter Inst year's skirts ns was nt
imngined;   still, if We enn "get  n
' more f.illness in, add liny labs, and
this paiileulnr life at the hack, we
. jro a great way towards bringing
last yonl-'s fashions up to date.
A. C. Wilson,
Florist,
Funeral Wreaths, etc,, Wedding Bon*
quels tn every utyle, Orders promptly
attended to. -NANAIMO, B. C
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Warriors Of The Indian Tribes In Their Great War Canoes. This is
One of the Most Thrilling Specif icles. FULL COURSE IS IN VIEW
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FISHING TACKLE
A few of thoie IH foot Orcenheatt
Rodi to dispose of. The only rod
saltsbl.   for   the Expert Angler.
SIMPSON'S CASH STORE
Commercial St. NANAINO, B.O.
TUB   KEITH   HOUSE
Meals will be served nt all l|ottrs
during Friday and Saturday, May
23rd and 24th. Ladysmith people
visiting Nanaimo will be made
heartily welcome.
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"Clothed snd in hia right mind," remarked the poet, or somebody, after
■Ming one of Caldwell, the Nanaimo
fashionable tailor's, customer in hii new
sail.
Three teams and a strong force of men
ire constantly employed on the emelter
and water sites.
Dining and drawing room Klox. Pric*
.1 reduced Ior cash for ten days, at Live
ij'i, the Jeweler.
"A Oitlien'i" two letters in reply to
"Z,"and "Another White Laborer,"
are held over till Ssturdsy. The "Voice
oi the People" will be s epicy column
thst dsy.
For one week only will we sell eight
dsr clocks Ior 13.00 each. Strikes the
hour and half hour. Guaranteed Ior
firs yesn.' Lively, Lsdyimith'e Jeweler
Tha new 6 p. m. Itain fills tbe bill to
a T. Everybody ipeasi highly in praise
al tha new arrangement, which was just
tha thing needed to complete Lady,
•mith'e attractiveness ai a place ol
reiidence.
Ownen of poultry ihould bsvs sn evo
to their chics,,' ai> large number "ol
bold snd aggressive hawks snd erowi
bave begun tho work of havoc la ihe
First Avenne henneries. Ths erowi are
rather worn than tba hawk,. A llttl.
shooting il recommended.
Summer drawi nigh, hating tiken
lessons in the art tor lome aeons hick,
and Caldwell, snothsr srtiit In decking
out the human form, (divine or lay),
bai a selection of inmmer luitingt aa'
equalled in thi. province,
Cumberland hai appropriated the only
open date for a big tlms, Coronation
Day, June 85'!,, snd invites sll Ihs
world and bii «lfe to com. along and
celebrate in ro ai style.
It took nine concltei snd Iw. .sglaii
to bring tbe Lad j smith ud Nanalmo
people bick Irom tha Victoria c.lebra
lion. 	
A meeting of the clebr.tion athletic
committee ie called lor to night, and tha
following sre requested to attend
Meiers, Hurray, Nicholion, Folton,
Gourlay and Netherby, The mealing,
wlll ba held in   Goulds bill st I o'clock
Not many men can sfiord to throw
sway thirty dollars on sn ill-fitting nil
ul clothe,,. Tbe ordinary rnan.wantl fit,
material, style and valne lor hll money
when ho clothes himself. Osldw.ll, ol
Nanalmo, waa never known W disappoint a eastamer. Get him to build that
tait you want io badly.
Quite a number ol families moved
down to Ladyimith from Estomion lut
week aud more srs coming si loon ll
houses can be got reidy.
All kindi ol witcbei repaired; English,
American, and Swiss. Woik gaarantied
•nd d ina by a practical mechanic W.
H.  Lively.
At tbs Ohespiide, grest vsrlsty oi
■klrts and ihirli snd ihirt wailli, Iu
■paction Invited.
All the Company'! carpenter'! reiid'
Ing at Exteniion have decided to move
to Ladyimith and make their home,
here. The new train arriving here at 0
p. tn dally will suit tbem nicely.
Onr itock is now complete in fancy
drygoodi, boots ihoee, gents' furniihingi
•to., nndoubtedly the finest ebowing on
the bland. Ths Ohespiide, High St.
tt waa quits pleasing to note the decoration! displayed on the Hotel Fiank
Victoria Dsy. Flag! were Hying from
all corners ol tbe home, It is to be
hoped that on the let ol July, when
there will be crowd! of people here,
mors ol the citiiene will hsve their
placet decorated than on the 24th.
Fancy Silks, suitable for bluuaei and
ladle*' costumes, st the Cheapside,
High street.
On Mondsy night s doe display ol tbe
northern light! (aurora borealli) wsi
visible Irom Lsdyimith. The frequency
and brilliancy oi the itresmors indicated
nnninsl clesrneti of tlie stmosphere,
aad may he taken ai s ilgu ol good
•feather,
Don't (nil to iee G.II. Carin'i lamplei
ol wallpaper at Captain Dillon's olflce,
Eiplin.de, Choice new designs at as.
oniibingly rtuonabl. pricei.
DR.  J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,     ■     Nanaimo, B. 0
P. 0. Box, 37, Tel. 115.
Visit*    Lsdyimith  every Siturdsy,
Hours Irom 0 s. m. till 5 p. in.
Abbotiford Hotel.
in in tii
"Aysrd of preventive li worth
milei of cure."
Mosquito Netting
flenen Doors and Windows all Bltei
O—AT—o
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmith,       • B. C.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinsmith,
Plumbing,
Agent lor S. W. Pslnl.   McOliry'a
moras aad Hingei,
LOST.-A lady's lids comb, lost oa
the skill raid to the falls. |1 reward 11
returned to Mr, Pelk.r, Oomptny'. oBu
A meeting ol tbe congregsti.a ol Ih.
Fint l'reibyterlan church wa, held oa
Monday night whan . n.w board ol
msnaiement waa elected. Mr. William
Rueteil wu elected secret.ry-trea.nr.r.
Tho following .re the bond ol manig.ii:
Mensre. S. Lauderbach, J, Paik, S.
Bolitor, I). Nicholion, Donald Maclean,
T. L. Graham., J. J. Tl iimai, and Jn.
Weir. Mr. Gavin Moiton hai beta ip-
pointed to minister it Lidyimlth aalil
Ibe time .nivoi lor him ts ritura to
college, 	
A Ian. numbir oi Lsdyimith aaglen
spent the 24th .long tb. different
■tresmi between Ohemsinui snd Hhaw-
nig,n and a millibar of good bnkill el
Bih wero brought to lown. -
Tbei, I, ipl.ndlil iilaea lining
sround the bunker whsrvee snd . nata-
barot guud calubei hsve bun reported.
Tbe cemetery cominil.loner, hsvl decided to hold a ooncerl on Widnasday
evening, June 18ib, tn th. PrMbytiriin
churcb, to nils fundi to dslray preliminary espeniei ol inrvey, deed, all,
riituosMi,.
Mn Knight of Victoria viiited her
d.aghter, Mn. J. Mortrina.hereon the
24th. Ih. Ml (or horn, oa Sunday.
Sheriff M.MIII.B ol Viotoria paid a
rilit te Ladyimllh oa the 84th. The
sheriff wsi much plened with thi steady
growth ol th. towa,
Mn, Beveridg. treat ths 84th in Ns
mimo.
■r. aad Mn. Bickle wsnt t. Nanaimo
lo enjoy thi .own Victmli Day.
Mr. W 11 M..... it eoatsinplatini
lesving L.dy,amh to like np hi. reel-
dinci lomiwher. In Ih. interior.
Mr. W. While viiited Nannlmo Mon-
day la lurch oi Issmitsri.
Mn. White, whe hll bete, itayiag at
ths Lidyimlth with hir mother, leave,
to-night for Victoria. Ih. takes ths
•turner to-morrow Burning lor Ian
Frineim, there, le jsla hir huibaod,
who ii teeosd efloer oa Ihs FrlieoHllo
litter Eoterprlie.
Mr. S. E. Jergeano, 6. X., of Vie-
torii, viiited Ltdyemith Haaday and
wai ihowa evir th. Tyee inciter prop*
erty by Mr. Kiddle, th. m.aager,
Bi-Mayer Q.enaell el Naaiim. wu
laLsdymith H.adiy lar. inertbnii-
mil till I.
Mr, DM.ii IbnIi, 0. Bl, Xiaaimi,
earns dewe yuUrd.y aal mad, arraagi-
miala ta lairey Ledyimllh ssmstsry.
Mr. saf Iln. 0. K. Divii, lata .1 the
Pertl.al hotel, are t» I olid a hasdione
beirdlig heuti near tha Ludir eftlee.
Henri. Conway aad Alias, .pent th.
84th at Sunieb Inlet, Thsy retdrsed
S.ndiy sight.
Mr.W. W. I. HsTbbh, li. T. L,
•eat M Vi-tarla *a Mnliy'i trail.
Mr. Qsbarn rstarasd tresi th.eapltal
oa Monday.   .
Hr. W. U.nh.ll waat I. Okies ainm
oa hll wheel laaday. Ha nporli the
roads ia seed Mndtti.n (or triuwling.
Hr. riddle,. Mi el Haaager Kiddie
.1 th. Tree milter, li tending hll vi-
calioa with hll paraatl Lira. Mr.
Kiddle hn bun attending Cornell Uol-
vinlty, but ii now a ilud.at at Ih. New
York School oi Art.
THIN8S WORTH KI0WIH8.
Ia *. Aran, tetfui ****** mi ucu-
in. wha sun th*. e mil, ai».1.
(Tk. huHaiut aklldrea in th. world
n. te te Ch>4 la ta. -tetiM Islaads.
OU seeeul snrt s. aU.wrf t. teach th.
Una .1 klernlu, u it rat. ta. rabber.
Over (M-thlrd tt th. laai la Groat
BrUata at .wart *y ■aaatssn oi th.
Hum. rtltWM.
Wat J*naeh as. atst s»mkIi at Mas
...sally psr ksal at Ik. waist!,.,
Britmss tak. tea seasee.
A itelawt et 1,000 aa essli nidilr
find ah.ltw Bettor » stall, taayia tn,.
Is I.dla tan. il ea. at then treat
which hn 408 atate rra.to sad sv«
»,*» waller eaea.
R. B. ANDERSON,
—Acaal For—
"forfocr Bicycles
Wheel npalrlai la all il. kraa.h.1
Fiaa aielal working a ipsilalty. Plamb.
lag, aettylraa gas, hat walar aad hot
airhMtidg. W»-»- -'.'.li dwpiteh
aad at
Tbe congregation oi tb. Fint Proaby.
teri.n church will giv. a mncnt about
the middle of June,
TBI DBVIL'I DANOI.
Veil laugh whin yen ,e, a last, heir
dance;
Do you know hew t rsessjr iMth tk, hint
to prion. 7
In •  hi'cwir'i  ohsldr,.  r.«r If, kin
tight . .■'*»■
And pile up Ihs fan... aid „t It .11.41.
Then • birrrl-argia thsy bring ilnig
And play i, tb, bur "Lev.', .lit nrut
■ong."
In • minot, er m h, b,gl»i te sjrill,
And hs nuds mint ds.u, Sir k. ua't
■tind Hill.
So whinner hi hurt Ih, lea. thil he
knows,
A dancing devil din Int. hie tui.
I, too, io tb. ehildron one. wu bonad,
And Hi, funis., blind aid the erg.a
ground.
The a.ums  ot Hall, I bare Mi'their
powar,
Aud I catry th, win to thla very e»»r.
And wh,n.v.r thought,   *l   that tUui
arlu
I feel th, pang Ilk.'. (Ilk la tk, '•/<
Anil daep lu my brain th, lti» |i»V
And 1 and, muit diuc'l ih 'Ut aaetrte
ton.
-Htta*.
r.a»Tioit IT..
NANAIMO.
22  LOAVES  22
Missions Bresd.
$1.00 ONE DOLLAR $1.00
Why bake when yea taa gal each
valu.nd d.llvered al your door!
Seotcb Baker* 23 Years' Experience
3. KENNY, Udyimllh B.k.ry,
liplaaada, Ladyimith.
•j cir
C. B. ROB
Carpent. r, Joincrand Undertaker
Oeneral Jobber.
Craar First Avenu. ud OalKr. Strut.
Osbinet work of .11 kinds,    .
All kind, of soft wood lurnllur. mide
and repaired.
PALACli HOTEL
NANAIMO, B. 0.
Entirely refurnished and renovited.
Flrat-elui tahlo. Every accommodation
Inr ladiei visiting Nanalmo. Mn. T. J.
Thomas In charge of dining room will be
h.ppy tn welcome sll oil Wellington
" Lsd" nilth friends.
snd
W. THOMAS,
Proprietor.
H. A. DILLON
Notary Public,
Conveyancer, Etc.
Commissioner Supreme Court of
B.C., Estate And Insurance Agent.
— Offices —
The Eipliusde,  •  Ladyimith, B. C.
Nwr druS ud Prank Hauls.
PI0NEE0 STEM UflNDNI
VANCOUVER.
P, D, JOHNSON. UEIt,
I.titir ft Hiiabittgtvr'i
CLOTHES CLUHED. DYED.
REMEMBER
Wo do not new clothing ont of your
old clothes, but wo certainly do
mike the old onei look 100 per cent,
bitter—Dyeing, Clean Inn and Uf
pairing.
Naialme Clothing Renovntery
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. 0. Bex ltd,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
DIRECT   LINE
-TO-
Wlnnlpef Toronto
Montreal New York
Aad all Eastern Canadian and
U.5. Point*.
Steamship ■ Service
-TO^
•blna,  Hawaii,  Australasia,
Alaska.
Flnt-cliM Slupari on all
Trains.
TOURI8T    SLEEPERS
-TO-
IT. PAUL, Dtlly.
TORONIO, Tneid.yi snd Saturdiyi.
MONTREAL a BOSTON, Thund.yi.
For psmpblsli snd all Information apply
to any O.P.R. sgent,
H. H. ABBOTT,      W. McQIRK,
Ag.nt, Victoris.      Aient, Nsnsimo.
E. J. COYLE,
Ant, Gial, Pan. Ag.nl, V.ncouver.
PalnHnf, Paparhanfhg aal
Matlraaa Making.
Ijoave orders (nr miltriii Diking al
Capt. Dlllon'i Office, Baplenade, whan
esmplei can be ssen.
Quy H, Oavln, UNtymlth.,
«f%l«Wia*«W*ejw-Alvw-ey^^ i
TYEE COPPER CO.'
Smelting Works
-AT-
LADYSMITH
Prepared to purchase ores as from August ist
Conrenient to B. ft N. or Sea.
Witple l.bdge.'N... o,, I 0.0. r.
iltiii, fvsry Wedo^.ilrt.. v. I'". In
Vieln/lsup', It'll V'l. ir-ug ii-^ii burs
... Cj.dl.lly i.vlM.
H. N1MM0 G T.
M. MoKINLIiTj S.e,
BANNER LODGE
No. 31,
i. o, o. r.
Meets every WeitnesilKv eventrg st 730 o'clock,
Visitors eoritially lurlled.
HUSH VI'I.TOK. Sec,
Miners! Attention!
Hand Msde Pit Shoes si th.umep.li.
»■' he.n lietory mid.. Com'. In and aie,
AU nurk guaranteed.   It,pal,lug dan..
A. S. Shrisfle.  V
HDY9MITH. . B.0.
Weellnotun Lodge No. 2 K. of P.
Hull ...ry Frldiy In I. 0. 0 F. lull .1
7:80 p.m.
D. OOUHtjlY, 0 0.
J. W. LEWIS, Sec.
J. McDonald,
Agent for B. 0. Pottery Oompiay.
Cblmniy Pine, S.wer Pipe, Qull.y
Trans, Tl, Ys, Bindi, Tlln snd
Orstss,   i	
Rlrh SU Ladysmitli
Cuban Cigar FaotMf
M.nnlaefnren of Ihi Ham   ..
CUBAN    -   BIOSSOM
Nona bat Uuloa Ubor etnpleyed. ':
H. J. BOOTHi    -' .
NANAIMO, B. 0.
David    Murray,
Oeneral
Blacksmith
Buller Street,        •       Ue>Mrittt
Shop will be eata inn a.ndar,
Friday sad htarday.       r
'  ill" i'una a Hi
The
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A flc-vT»*»ai»cr for tkc
people, All tke news
ef city and district.
Latest foreign intelligence. Accurate
report-.. IxclttaiTc
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;;
Esquimalf &  Nanaim  RaKway
Grind Celebration? at Nanalmo and Victoria
     '^lIlAY Am^ATIlRDAY. HAY 23ri ul 2411
Tralni luv. Ladyimllh lor Vletwla Ulh diy .18.10 a.m.. aad 7.11 n a   aa.
turning luv. Victoria .1».00 a.m., and 7 p.B. ' M 9*-*]
Tralni luva Udyimllh fjr Njpilmo Friday May Mrd al U.ST a.m., aad l.«
r r*V'?riSit«1*-^ •4*h* ***>" **-*»Tt-**«ty*-»l*si lto« ITtuiklMir >ir Cr* a.m., ttetff
a,m,, aaa v,aD e.m. ,*..
Bpeel.l mini wlll laare lataaaloa inr Vaaalaa on latardav Ma* naau
a.m., and 1» aeea. ^        ■ m
P.r.fr.nsLMy.nrUitoVI«torlaaadretnra|l,go, CtdMrea mtm aa Me.
Pare hen Ladyimllh sad Bateeulon to Naulno aal rattwu foa.
m Tiokili geod going Friday and Satarday Morning not later Ihaa l.aeay Maf
iu, L. Oewtaey,     -     Traffle

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