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The people that save |
money trade with      |
BICKLE J
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Ladysmith Leade
VOL. If. NO. 107.
HEAR! HEAR!
Results hnve exceeded our most sanguine
expectations and these. New Goods we brought
to your notice last week are going fast.
Quality   and price are doing the business.
Our full, varied and complete line of
F'amily Groceries
also move so fast that we are compelled to replenish our stock weekly, hence we are able
to supply Fresh aud New goods at the time.
WfiDJ-ESDAY. Sl-PTfiMBEK U. 151(12.
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* For Boots ond Shoes/!
Sickle's is tha store f
Pllllli l-IVE CENTS.!
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Esplanade and Oatacre Street, ■ • Ladysmith
n^*«*2*W.t*!*W.-'*W<Vi*,.*«V<''*'.ltiW
K!
^-q**rrer^»»^a;.ju»»ae^^
Whin Visiting Nanaimo Try
I
|      Too Small
1      Too Small
Owing to our present premises being too small, we
have decided to clear out the following   lines:—
Bedsteads,   Spring    Mattresses,   Chairs, Cooking
__ Stoves, Heaters, Faints, Oils and Hardware.   You
d! need the goods, and we need the room.   You will do
-■ well by inspecting our goods   before   purchasing
elsewhere	
GRAND
niLLINERY
OPENING j
IniiRSDAY and fRIDAY
We extend to the Ladies of Ladysmiln a Special
Invitation to attend our Opening which will surpass any previous seen.       NUFF SAID.
iii b ji
FREE TRIP
The Contest Closes on Saturday.      See that
get your Tickets in.
C. ISIEVENSON
Nanaimo, B.C
you
AR Johnston & Co,
DECKAJULIE TEA
Absnhrtly the Hnest taa»old in li.O. If yon do nnt know
thin t\»U our una niner'". Or (war at ill try una p-mml fif>-,
Impo ttul niree'ly fn in M-ck-jiMe IV* Harden*'. , 0 ly
ou<Mv(-e between the grower aud you. Your second'o< der
will bt 5 p-mud**, prhif *fli .5.
 SOLE AdENTa?	
W. T. Heddle & Co.
 PARTICULAR OKOCERS	
Free Press Block,      a'".\ffi;?m\1£,u Nanaimo
.Si
t*L*:*!»S**«%*V •.'•*•'• V-.V.V.**! v. \\v.v
• •-•:•.'«.* j!-**
Iha
GRAND HOTEL
Wm. licvtrldge, Crop.
This new hotel hai been comfortably Im nisi ul ard the tar If np (o .'ale.
Deal accuni moist ion lor transient and permanent hoarder! and lodgers.
Rates, $i per -Pay and Upwards.
Tha Esplanade, •        Ladytmlth, B. C.
i"!*reiw*mws^»mj*8i8!S888t*«^
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -  AND    ■   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West-
You imoke genuine tobacco
when yon rmoka
The Province
Cigar
Oceania It baa ll-e lull Havana Slier.
A k for It.
The Prcvincs Ci_.ar Co. Victoria, B. C.
II. SIMPSON,
BirrUter, Solicitor.
Attorney. Notary Tublic, Ute.
Money to Loan.
Nanalmo,
iJsssup's Pharmacy
HIGH  STREET.
Preicriptiona carelnllv dispensed. Open
day .nd tils: lit.
B.C.
Pioneer Bottling: Works, Nanaimo.
Manurueturcm -
Soda Water, ain.;er Bier, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages ot all kinds.
W. k. ,«UJi\iniNa.        - Proprietor,?;,?^,;,"
WARNING!
ARE  VOU   INSURED?    " no.
g,t insu.oei at uuue lor It (nay be
t".. late wunirrriw, I represent aeveral
OLD and RELIABLE Companies and
mn Insure yon at a momenl'a notice al
Ih. lowed poBBlbl. rates. All leading
o-nnpanlea clurge th. aame ratal. I) ni'i
b. in rial Into Insuring with >cheap
ouuipauy "it might be dear ln tbe .nd.
"WE HOLD THEK SAFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. 0, Drawn S3, Nanalmo. 13,0,
**********i**t**tHWHH
. ...
Nanalmo, B. 0,
M AHlirACTURUBS OF THU
Choicest Laf/er, Ales, Beer
and Porter.*
COLD STORAGE -Plrsl el... liicllltles
for tit? stnrnee of meat., «ggs, poultry,
vegetables, etc., etc.
LTARTLKY GI-BORNK
Member Catl. Society of Civil  Kiif-ltieera
Member Institution of Ktectrical Kngltietrs
Electrical Engineer
CorrcHpniiilcnpe Solicited
Work Guaranteed
P. 0. Box 357
LADYSMITH, R. C.
H. COLLINSON	
Pro.tii.lBl LlrrHMd Asmycr, late assaycr
Van Amlu Smeller. Reliable iniiilvsin nf
ores, coals, etc, Sbl|itiieiiUaiiiI Kiti'iptlng
at mublterrt riii*)u tiiiL-mlcd. Wclttlitu nuit
munis clu-cked. Next to the l.iiw Courts,
V. U. Dox fig,
THE VICTORIA ASSAY OFFICE
46 Langley Street, VICTORIA.
RITT0 & C0OCH
Barrister., Solictor, snd
Conveyancers	
Olflcei OddfeUow.' Building, Robert. St,
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
PUtn and fairy bread. Cake" and pat*
trife ot all dtncripiions. frnita In
ueaion.
The Governor of Natal a'rongly urges
tbat Suiuh Africa should follow the example uf Nh Afuuudland, and establish a
Naval Reserve,
, j    Armourfr-Serceflnt Fulton,   nf   the
* Qiiefu'-s  Westminster  Rifl^a,  Qieuu'*}
!' ?. min of 3883,  shooting  with   the
a«rv.car-fh in a competition at Bte^v,
'scored lilt mit. of a pot-Bible MS at 2 0
10-40 and 00J yards range.
A diiiyinan who was fined ten guineas
at Aldershot for eell'tig adulterated milk
to the troops plt-aded that the continual
dipping with the ei meg imp nf the milk
la the (ih urn bad robbed the mi lit of iia
hotter fdt.
The Westminster Improvement srhame
by which tbe K iibinkment will be iron*
tluurd from Viotnri-J Tuwer Uiid**n» to
llie Gromnoi Kuih-tik linn t, haa been
hpgnn this wetk. It te tt limn led that
-'OUO pereona wi I hove tu liiitl new
huuit-B, and £,"iiM).o ah] lie Bpeut in re*
housing tbem.
Tbo last of the stage oacheB of tlie
Wild Wee*." are tu cms* i tinning.
I K-vlroadB bava encroached on their pre*
nerves rvery wbt-re except in tie Yellow*
stone I'mk, and now come, tbe im-
iintitieemt'iit that HutomobileB are to bi*
UhBiitu ed for them there,
Stveral m d <i-_ht oii*ra-_>-t» hav. orrtu-
red in Iirl-tud. The taila have h.-eu (tit
(Ta tumherof cattle, while other ani
tu.i'a bt>vd been s'nlen. O.i .S.iiiihiy
night a local landlnrd'd yacht waa completely [•u-.ud on the aLor-* tf I/.u^h
Odrn,
A Dtlkelth telegram ataten (bata well-
known S.-uttitjii employer dwilared that
ihe Scottieb coalmasteis will int-ist ou
the wflgee of the 70 000 in turns of Sot-
land being reduced i'nte-.ciiic ier day.
S.vi'2 'ihnd ben, on an nvt-rn-_r, 1 200-
! OX) torn lata yearly, and hua built 1.008
iiwa for their beiitti'.at a toit of thir*
•ei-n milliora eterllng.
TlientpVca tunaat tbe South African
P.rmit 0,11 .e, in Victoria street, ;im unt
■o several thr-n? inde a wetk. M*iny are
refused bec-nifo they cannot show tbey
are going nr to di Unite employment.
Twenty tbotipaml Florentine metal
w*»ikers I'ontt mplate etiik'ng work.
Of all sorts of air, that which Is both
miieUnd warm, and espttd-tlly thai
wblcb lemains w-irm at niglit, is the
iimst reltixing.
"Il-liei-i.llern wea'bei" has become
■ilinoat as proverbi«l in Germany a
"Qieen'tt wvaibu"uct'd lobe in Eng-
lai'd.
Ti.ee ar.* imlica'iona wbieb point to u
d.child rtvival of ping-pong dur.ng Ibe
coming winter.
Mr. Tiioinaa A. Weltnn writes to tin
'■'H nth" in point out that Ilia national
b rth rate sho «s a somewhat alarumip
-'ecreasecf late ;eirs,
A Uirumn paper gives the niiiriVr of
medical in <n in the vnrloua com.t ies of
Kornpa. Iu Germany tbo ratio Ib A.I
pm 1 000 inhabitants; in Fiauce, 80)
in Belgidm, 5.2; iu ti-gU.d, 0.1; in
Siioilmd, 7 7: in Ireland, ,*> 3. V'enna
hie i:U) doctors per l.ro.l; fl*riin, 14.1;
Parip, 9.7; London, 123.
At Kiiherhain tht-ie te a rni«sdt
against tiadtainen aho all-.* kbop blgns
to project over the fu0|ivn>, *3t*v.ul
■Uinm 'n*es hnve b-.« n f-mie '.
The foil mlaf Inn •> tone nf IhMChifcb o'
All Sdnip, LadyHiii'b, which is to h.
hui't an a menniridl of the snga, wai*
laid yei t.-rdin by General Lyltieiun.
At a meellrgof Grepnaich B^ard o1'
Guardidns ii was rppnr'td thet. a yinvv
tnmato vt the wnrkhome tnd alven
hi'ih to four children—two hoys and two
girls.
A •Standard" Vienna correspondent
BtRfHH that boring operations are Ving
uariielont in the Alpa to (i-id lhe depth
of ttliHprs. In one taee tbe ice was 61)
feet thick.
T e West Africa mtil s'eamer Biirutu
arrived at Piymouih >esterday on her
ma-d'-ti V'-vm.-o, httving beaten the
record hum sierra ir-flae to Plymouth
by neatly a day, ihe net steaming time
boring henn nine days l<*l» hours.
Robert Eiifwislla, a grocer, ban bepn
fi nc-1 it' Uiverati.n for selling a bottle of
preaeivtil pens which contained 3 per
eenr. of cni-er, Tl.e presence of the
copp&r wae admitted, but it was con-
teoilod lhat ilnie had been no "mix-
Ing." ht/caiiBp tt.« copper waa let ap hy
billing in a copper p-.n.
The Ma-tj ila of Tu'libardinn wirpd
from Liudon rreteiday gratefully ac-
cpptirn ihe-fT.-rof E.lirahorgb Corporation to entti tain the officers and men
of tl.e Si-'tiiiih Ilorf-e on Monday. It
te nniJeru^riod tbat the re.iment will ar-
riv in Fdiiilm-gb o»i Monday morning
by spfui-,1 triin from Aldarchot-
An niitspt-kPn clen-vman ie tbe Rev.
Cecil White, vicar oi St. Peter's, Horn-
ncy, H'a hal**i;c*- sh- et for the yearcon-
tains the following r* markable sentence
—' Pt w rents, ct-llec ion-*, t-ubstirlptlone,
li aiars, schem-s, end every aort of
tri. ke-y we 'uva cJinjefvad for raiding
mrnje>-havw hroiigbi in daring tbe past
year £1,53214-'I I."
Harrison Hot Springs
o—SANITARIUM—o
STs ALICE HOTEL
Thin lU-liRhtfiit licalth nnd plenimrc
resort, the tinest hi America, offerH
Unrivalled Advantages
—To Tlie—
TOURIST - and - INVALID
LADYSMITH, B.C.
P.O. BOX 243
FOR SALE
Ij-Hb In bio. kB SI), 80 .nd 81,   A'ao
Hotel Site, lai.lSO fee',  Alao lota 1 aud
1 block 48, tool) tbe Uo.
Apn'v to
THOMAS KITGHIN • - NANAIMO.
Magnlltce'it Scenery, Pishing, Slitwthif-
ItoniliiK. Ilittliinii. SivltninliiR, Vti-ior
nml Private Itathn with MnrwiKe,
THE H-3TEL has been completely
rennvtiUil ami rcnirnlxlicd tlirniiclioul,
electric lirjIithiR; first-clnint t-ulsim*-;
hull ami (ciiiiIh grountls; chnrmlnir ]
tlrlvcH. SpiL-iuliil niu-ceiw In treatment
of Rlieumattmu, Gout, Kidney Trouble.
THE CANADIAN
Of
Head Offl-a, Toronto, Oul,
Oapltal Paid Up •(! 010,(100
Ksi( 2 OOO.OOu
Hon. Ouo A. Cox, Pn «l lent."
B. K Walkkii, (,i up"sI Msnaser,
LADYSMITH'S FIRST BANK.
Canadian B.nk of Commerce Open a
Branch on First Avonoe,
On Monday morning Mr. George Williams, manacer ol tlie OaBadlan Bank ol
Ocinmrrce, Nanaimo, and Mr. Morris,
inspector of tbe Bank of Commerce, ar-
rived on the train from Nanalmo,
and prom illv opened up a new
hrsnrh of tbe hsnk'e extensive business
in (tie corner itore of tbe Nicholaon
block lately vacated by Mr. Fletcher.
Mr. Williams took charge and will
remain for a fs<v davs nntil tb. regular
staff arrlvp. There was no delay in
opening the bmki, tiu.inesi wai com*
menced at oire, (ho sirna hnng ont and
everything put .hip-shape to accommo-
dite the people of Ladyimith wbo
might bave at.y financial buainees to
transsot.
Tiie four anlahslf ton aaf. formerly
ips I in tbe bank's old premises in Nan-
aimo will ba moved down lb*, week .nd
install.-! in the 1...I Bmilh branch. It
ia possible tbat tt nny come down by
road, bstng a pou.ldroua p'ene ol furni.
ure. A teller iacouing from Victoria
in . day or t vo and the other members
of the Btair.il aoon as possible,
MuuhBiti.Iautlonbaa baen expressed
amongst ihe nuircliai-tB aud other, at
the eiit.rprlse.if the Canadian Bank of
Ciinnierceiunp-nluga branch of their
business here, and the general opinion
ia that the bank will hav. no cause to
nu'etihe alep they bave taken. The
ei:nation uf the Lulranith branch ia ex-
o- Hunt fur the busiueea community,
being central aud convenient to tb. ma*
j .riiy.f the business hoUfleB.
Tun I.i:.iiii:ii jilns lhe cit'zioe in
• iehii.g the baik an abundant reward
ol Its eute'p-ise.
•v.*;vi-.vi-iVi*^.v.,."*»w»-Wi*iv
A Branch of this Bank has
been opened at
LADYSMITH, B.C.
Every Comfort and Convenience.
Resident Niyslcan.  Rates: $2 a Day
Savings Bank Department.
Interest allowed on depnsli. of one dollar 111 00, and upaurds. Tiih ili-iioaltor
ISFii'j ut, in nn d"lny in depositing or
withdrawing fund..
Current Account O.-ened.
Loans Negotiated.
p.afte Issued pajable In all parti rl
the world.
GF.ORGE IMI.I.UM8,
manager.
Regal
I Perfection
Stoves
J. H onui) A CO , Aienla,
Smart Mauiiian min. Co.,
n     „ Naiaimo, B.C.
Dear Sirs,
The "ft aal Perf-sollon" range
bouglit f.uui yojiir aioie two weeks
an . lias given us lhe utmost satis-
(autiou, and »e, with great pleas,
nre, remimmend the "R.gal"
rsnvu t.i any..ne that Ma.ly .lines
t« aei tin- best stove nn the market, aid Iur a price that hn. no
equal. Any d .iimfnl bnver haa
only In see onr breed Hat ronies
on. uf Hie oven to hesitate no
lulinei, inn ee.uru one of these
rangt-s whilst you have them in
stock.
Y-'iirs re.neotfnllv,
MBMAfcKSP.RGBVKB,
live-Acre Liu,
Freight P..ld to Uriysmllh.
H. GOOD &  CO.
NANAIMO.
The Great Cash Furniture C;nre LAimWlTH   LFiArora  REPTEMRK1. 2t.l»**l».
"^adysmith Leader
•PuWllhetJ erety Wedneaday and Saturday at
f he Leader Bnildlng, osraer afPint Ave, and
tfreiich fttttt, Udyamilb, OritUfc Cohunbia.
r. L. GRAM AMR, RMTOR AKO I*«OMii**TOIi,
SIBSCRIPTION RATES.
* Mr Utah » Canada and Umnto Status.
•neyeair (rtiidlyInadvattee)..... ........ (im
is Month* (atrictly ta adtauoc) ******** I as
ADVBRTISINO; RAffiS.
TRANSIENT — lacluding tasluest notice!*,
eallaforten*k»-s, ipplicatlooa for and transfer of
ilc-eutea. legal notices, etc., ioc. a line first in*
"Wrtlon; sc. a line each •atwtri.aent insertion; n
etotheinck.
COMMERCIAL ADVBRTISINO.
-Rates on appllcatton. No wood cuti need.
■Outs foe regular use ahould be all metal.
Marriage. Birth, Death aad Fwieral auUcea.
-each inKiiion 50c.
Advertisements not Innate! fitr a apaclfied
UmewiUbeclttr^te*c«aUot«icc«dto be dls-
conUuuai. *•■
tmt LEADER will be found at the following
placca*
Aalyaaitfa-Tbe'Ceader Offce; The tndyamith
Phanuac**.,
Mauaimo—B. Plmbury At On.
il/icloria-PuMic Library; Provincial Literary;-md
Hotels.
Va jcouver -Public Library, and Hotels.
"New Weatmlniter-Public Library.
AU ensnges tn advertisement! unit be received
at'hit office before is noon the day before
taste.
*■• laeiiberiootrecehrlng paper refntarly pleaae
tetort to thii office.
All |ot> work strictly cash on delivery.
***t invent advertiMmenUcash in adnutce.
WEDNESDAY, 8BPTSMB&L-H, i*a.
twit otwai tii twit smii ^tii a\vii tnii a>'i' mot m
Wimtwlm\Wim.Wim*WtW*WiWaVim\WlmCWJ*CW}WCW3
I  NOTICE TOJHE PUBLIC.
i Sobicrlben not 1-eeelvtng Thb
4 Lbabbb regularly will confer a
a lavor by laporliBf promptly to
3 thliioffice.
SXrOWNS A VMAMTtm*
f-js-j aula'
One. more thi mu wbo ibimefully
... betrayed tb.int.rMt. ol Labor and took
afnicotorbli tretwa irom a political
party, muitb.dt.lt wilb ia then col-
nmni. ''"'"
la Tbnnday'i Vancouver Niws-Ad-
yortlaer there tppttnd a long telegram
nporHog Ralph Smith'a ipeeoh at tha
labor oongrwi mMtlng at B»rlin, Oo-
tario,  Inteiil.lhaitoiylithli:-
Th» labor anion ol Pboenlx, B. 0.
■apt a Utter to tba -eoognn charting
Smith witb being a Litoial paHiian.
Smith Indignantly denied tbii ud d.-
eland tbat bia action in the Horn, haa
ban indspendint and ia tb. Labor In.
tercet, ud b. cballengei anyon. to pro-
d*ca proof lo tba coo (nry.
IP th. Toronto Evening Telegram ol
but Friday appeared tb. following
sags irom Hon. Jooph Martin, K. 0. :—
"Tb. bait prool tbat RilpH Smith li a
Ub.nl partlaan il Ibat tb. Government
Blvee blm Ih. pa»i-naa*, InalMd ol giving it tb Ibe deIe.lerlLih.ra1 candidal..
Smith ll. labor (.kit. Thli I. Inr nub.
llcatlon. (Signed). Joasra Mibtiii.'I
Andibaillthe exaot troth. Smltb
la aa much band-and-glove with the
Liberal Government ai any Liberal
member In lhe House. Tba, tut I. no-
torloo. ud la wall known throughout
' ^fil^Mrte*ii-'^j.'r-'V i
Another lut lhat prove. Smith to ba
• Liberal partlaan i. that at th. Urn. ol
-th. convention in Vanoonvar on Vt*t*\
rnary 6 h. tba praMBt Oblai Joitioe,
Mr. Gordon Hantar, want ever to Van*
eouver. tew day. prevlon.ly (or th. ex-
prci pnrpow ol canraMing Tigorouily
all tha dilrtatM In lavor ol electing
Italph Smith as leader ot. tha Llbsral
parly In Briliib Colombia, aod b. per-
•ilKalin that endaiTor daring th. eon.
--.ration. (I thii doM pot ibow even to
I'm blindnt and moat ribid Smith aup-
pprter tjiat Smith Is a traitor to th.
cause, oi Lubor notbldili (villi- Raloh
'Smith would have''accepted thu leader-
Bblp of the Liberal Ipiirtj;, ftva.il it been
offered lo him, and v?.b,,re would Labor
have been then ?.    .  c.'.-i.
It ia.tlils two-faced, d'onble.dyo-1 trait-
' or.to.tbe Lsbor caoao thotsjentaln people
in   Nanftim'i and   elsewhere'  support;
•••Nelther'henor t|iey .are':aS'-i friendo to
Slabor'a real inteftatB,
an im-onTANT uxim v.-
Ladyamlth'i cltiiena .re lo be con-
gr.tal.tttl npon tb. opening bl a branch
oi tl.Can.dli■ Taikcl Commerceben.
Tb. event ie one ol Irit-clan Import-
•ncetotbli commnnity, and will immediately give Ladyimith a standing In
Ib. eyea of Ihe commercial world that
hardly anything elae could.
We have beard on .11 tide, expressions oi the meat cordial salle'.cilon
amongit tb. merchuti ud citliem
generally npon Ib. opening of thli
branch, and ao lar •> w. can lurn th.
bank can confidently rely npon the
hearty support ol tb. business people of
Ladyimlb. Th. Canadian Bank oi
Commerce ll alio to b> congratulated
npon taking tbi. itep, which li ch.rac-
Kris-tie of tb. enteiprlie ol tbat great In'
■lltntlon.
We hope that the opening ol thii nry
mach-deiirad branch ol on. ol the great
Canadian banki wlll prow mninally ad
vant.geoo. lo th. cltiieni of Ladvimith
aad to (he Canadian Bank nl Commerce.
IlLadTiwd Iriendi ol Mn. M.ybrlck
are again atirring np feeling over ber
csm. They Intend to spend 130,000-11
they ran get it—in attempting the imp-mini, talk ol getting Ihe Home Offlce
In London to reconsider lb. matter. The
hard lut. are limply thai.: Mr.. May-
brick w.i convicted, .Iter a moit impartial trial, in which ivtry tittle cf evidence that eontd be produced in b.r
lavor was produced and made tba most
ol, and alter every opportunity was given
to ber conniel to explain away the
damning evidence egtlnit bar, which
proved bar to be one ot the mmt e'nel
and cold-blooded mnrderum that ever
mm. to trial. Sh. wai condemned to
imprisonment (or lile for poisoning her
husband deliberately and mercilessly.
Th.r. were no doubt ia to her gnllt,
according to thow belt entitled to ex-
prnaan opinion, ud an exercise oi
elemency In ber earn wonld bt a decided
miMarrlage ol lattice.
Sir Edmund Barton hu .vldutly no
consideration at all ior ten.ilive Canadian leellngB. Tbat waa a mott Ininlt-
ing aod burtlal dig he give "ni" at tbe
binquet t'other night wbeo b. piclnred
how meu, bow alterly mnn Ibe Canadian muet feel wben he thought that
whll.-AoBtralBBle contributed » handsomely to Imperial defence Canada did
not give a Uve cent piece aod vet took
toll share of Britain', protecting shield,
Sir Edmnd onght to be mobbed for tall,
ing the trnlb.
WALtOPtD Bf V.ATVl«.Utl.
Louisville's Famous Editor Elistors
thi So-Called "Smart Sot,"
Hrarv Watteraon, editor of Ibe Lnuli-
vllle, Ky., O miler-Journel, bai don. hi.
country a lervice by writing Ihe following criticiam ol lhe vnlgir plu.ooracy
whose awluish orglea .nd beastly tell-
Indulgence ar. hardly known to Ibe
average American clip n ex iep» through
those lurid dailies from the trail', eye
lantern oi th. p.eaa. Mr, Waltitiot.
thus tear. aiid. th. fell:
Th. term "email wt" wu adopted by
aociety to lave itself from . mor. odlou,
deecriptlon. Tne d-itlngniihing trait ol
the "smart set" la ill moral abandon.
It make. . busloeM ol defying and
overleaping conventional restraints up-
on Ila plessn.es end aniu.errant'.     -
Being titled altar a rnle, and either
rich in iact or getting money bow It
may, it sols IU.H above the law, both
human and divine. lie women .re
•q.i.lly depraved with its men. Thty
kuow .11 the dill tb. men know. Tbey
talk frankly with the men of thing! lor-
bidden th. decent and virtnoni. They
aee tbe won'French plays. Th. very
question ol mi beoomM lnt.rch.nge.bl.,
and eometlmeB il I. lb. loclety girl ud
alwayi the honey girl who kioka ont oi
th. trace, ud dragi tb. nt tbiongb tb.
min. ,;. .;' •-:■
IKBOOBXUB A SiroBXITV.
Th. women ol thi. smalt nt no loogtr
pretend to recogo'i-. virtue, even ai i
bm.lt .ccompliabm.nl. Innocence il
a badg. ol delinquency, a .In ot the
crude .nd raw, a deformity, which, il,
tolorntad at all, moit carry promise ol
.mendmenl, Ior among these titled Cyprian, the one thing needlol I. to know
It .11.
In London and in Parii, and at Moot.
C.rlo in Ihe winter and at Trouvill. ud
Alx in lummer, they make life one on-
ending debau.'h; tbeir only literary
provender, wben they nad at .11, Ibe
■enedio D'Annuuioand Bio gat;their
LADYaniTtl WATEB WOIKI.
"Barring accld.oti Ihe watarworka
will bt in operation Mm.lim.tbl..fall."
Thai li the inhatance ol Ih. inform.'
Hon lhat Tnt Lbadib could glean from
official. ioorcM a. regard! tbii highly
impoitant improvement for Ladysmitb.
ia tb. readers ol tbii paper know, the
watarworka wonld have bean completed
and in operation long ago bad It not
been lor Iha atrik. in Ih. iteel dlit.icli
ol the eastern atatel It might be'Intl.
mated lo tboM wbo are busying tbem.
selves by throwing ont ilnn at Ihe coo.
pany that ilrarge to lay tbe rompany
not balng tilted with noond light, oonld
not iee a. clearly aa those ciitlc. that a
big atrik. wm going to be declared, ud
so bare placed lb.tr order eli.wb.n-.
Since tba arrival oi Ibe pipe everything ponible hu been done lo lorw.rd
lb. work j much of Ih. pipe hu been
taken np tbe Chemalnni limber railway
aad nnt down tha moontaln; the n-
mainder ha. gut ont by wtgrra Irom
Ladyimith and bai bm . dia r b itn)
iindua ui'.'rVuiusl.b tain.. <*bil tiio ,,,,...
course; their'beaven the modern yacht,
tithln luxuries a d Inula loo. tit
ocean tell. n. '.l.'i, and, a. tb. imart
nt knowa no la* in .ttr.mil, it cu to
ton.
The F.ur Hnndred in America lakt
their one Irom the smart set In Enrope,
Behold (hem at Ihe borae .how In N.w
Vurk. Behold tbem at swell resorti
altar tbe ihow. Their talk—that is,
what can be heard—ii ol bondi, pm.
and calls, horses, scandals and dugs.
Thc but society ?   Good Lord I
It is tra. th.t w. hav. corn, to a
beautllnl pan if th. limuerlug Johnnies
a id tbe toneb girl, that make. 8'ierry's
aal D. Imonlco'i hum, that Irradiate tlie
corrldonol th. VTaldurlAHorii. wiih.
thetihalatlone of their uorlean livce
and thonghts, emulating th. deml ...on
daineiol the Third Empire, .re tu be
.I'ceptfldeven by Inference >i th. bat
society, while the tood .nd vlnuous ol
lb. I.nd, even tbongh quit, .hie to pay
their way at home ud .broad, moat be
relegated to Ihe middle cI.sb ud dismissed .. simple bourgeoleie.
Th. ''400" are rotten th.oogh and
throngb. They hue not on. redeeming
feature. All their end. ar. achieved by
money, and largely bv the nnholy nn ol
money. I'one ol them prop-uwi to go
into p.lltlc. b. expect, to bay bl. way,
ud Ibe rogue, who have Beats ln eon-
grps. or foreign appointment, to nil see
th.t h. pay. thi price. If on. ol them
wuti to marry a lord ibe expect, to bay
him, and th. titled raicali who with to
recoup tbeir broken fortunei no' that
■he payi the price. Their Influence ii
lo th. last degree corruptive.
Their hangers on and retainer! ara
only inch ai money will bay. Nioe oat
ol every ten of the tortann behind them
will not bear scrutiny; when it wai not
Mindly got by lonl means, It yet goel
biok to th. grimiest antecedent* of tb.
WMhttb ud liable yard,
Mmt then unclean bird., ol gaudy
and therefore ol conipioooni plumage,
Bv irom gilded boughs, fooling the rely
airai they I wilier tbeir affectation, ol
moral inpnmncy, and no on. to .by .
b.ick >t Ibem .nd uy "Scat! yon
devili"?
,*******,**** ***f»******.*********4*4
? A COMFORTABLE HOME
OF U> ALL
IS THB
Furniture, Carpet., Llaoleiuu,
Wallpaper, Curtain.,
Crockery, Olauwart, Etc., Etc.
******
There I. Comfort la Oar aooaa
Everytblnt to furnlib a boma In
m.xl.al or elaborate ityle. Writ.
i.r onr large catalogue (tree) lllns-
tra-ed ud priced (.itorain illell).
WEILERBROS.,      VICTORIA
♦ A.-.AA-.-A-A-AJA   _A
*" f TTITTTTTTTf TV
fGoal!   -  Coal!;
pellingtoflCollieiy j
Company, Ltd.
British Columbia
Provincial Exhibition
•;,' o—.—AT THE- o    ':.:'
CAPITA CITY, VICTORIA,
-ONr
OCT! 7, a 9,10,11.
OPEN (to th-p W/Qa^LD
1   .  (The only Fair west of the mountains visited by Their
Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales.)
I -■' ii * '
Ltrgeit caih pritp lilt ever ottered la the province.    Judges for-
niihed by tbe Dominion Department ol Agriculture.    Live Stock,
Agricultural, Horticultural, Mineral, Industrial and Machinery
Exhibit..     Horn Racing and other Sport..    Aquarium of live
Fiih.  Tbe only cine ever opened in Britiih Colombia.
Eihlblta delivered in unbroken can In Victor!..  Hor-M and Slock for Exhibition pnrpow. can tea Bonded in Free.    Enlrie. for Eihlblta cloM Seylem-
ber 29th, ICr Hon. Bun October 8 b.     For Prix. Lilts and information,
apply lo
BEAUMONT BOCGS, General Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
MARCH OF IMPROVEMENT.
Important Public Work Started in
Ladysmith.
Oo Mondty morning th. Government
md p.ny iterted woik on the clearing
for the new bridge which le to.pan tk.
along Ihe touch rndy for jiloint ud ravin, nnr tba pay offlce 6n lb. Eipla-
covering In.  More of Ibe pip. arrived ,„;,, ThliSneitnel Ir'-ib'b. carried
oo Monday aod wu Immediately pnt in rtr,|t*,t thmngfc ft0_ &* Ankara (o
nandi.  All beln. well Lidvsmiih will tb, p., r.ffls,. nu hnndred ,mt wide.      __
bu.piiWdwittrbefon-Miowf.il...   ,.,|-,IBip,.:,|■ •>,,***»*, which wOl feeU la'.f^nirdi^SS^
Inth.Utntnni»b.r,n| Ih. Go.«rnv,|,h,«n |ptt-wide,.nd very .ub.tan-1*- ■^itcti.ch'r'rTrSiirgivri."
■MalGsMlt. tb. Incorporation ol tb. tlallybnlll.
L'dtamltb water work, b noted, capital
»li».imj -   ■
tuaraiiE bocial.
In making way tor tha aew brtdn on.
ol Udysmlth'. picturesque landmark.
had tobedntroyed, namely Ibe pratty
natural brilge formed by th. trunk of.
foreilglanl which tnanntd tht lilllt
Th. ratonimfnlnM. of th. LidlM' Aid _,,,„ tBd „„ whIch xbm _,, qon.
Society ol ibe PrnbyUrlu Cbnnh, Et- »|Flffle ,„,. ,„, Tb, ,Mck ,,,_ 0,
ttmlon Tunn.1, again found -rant In tb.trub.d bnn illghtly; pamfr aw.y
getting an excellent gathering ol *•'on lop with lb. at., and tha lut ot th.
Eiten.lonl.dln.ndgentl.m.ntogelhir tr.„||ir. bid don. tha ml, wurlnta
lo give By. A. and Mn. Murray a nr-1 pt,„, g^A .„„■ „„.-,- ,„, !,.„_ ,-
piinf.raw.il mcI.1 the night belore ,h, ,_,„.. n, „^ p,rt- punetnnd
their departure for Winnipeg, Friday, a, oM brH|, -Kh ,nt.r „,,„ „d
tbe 19,h lull. Mr. and Mn. Murray. ,„,. nid u, dnlroylng Ine going
wen completely taken by lorprln. Tea! merrily.'
and coffee along with a .uper.bondanc. j   Io |n, ,„,„, *j h„ „ _„ -„_,«,,
ol tht o.u.l ucompuying dalicaoln '„, bridge will *e ready for publican.
were seived among a large nonibei ofl, _.	
smiling and happy people... After am'plt «.A*>iailllT*B «E*n*ET«IIT
justice had been done these thing. Mr. I Mr. King, lomyor for the E.4N.
Alerander McKenzie, in the namo ol Railway Company; lietpecled to arrive
tbacutn-gatlon-preiBBled Mrs. Murray „„ tho train from Vlntorla toi-d'sy and ae-
with o hnndaome gift and beet viaheB ol Cl)mpanv tlie Ladyemith Oembtory Com-
all, Mre, Murray feelingly replied ex- m,,,!,,,-,," out to Ibe ne(v. nerouiery
pressing* deep eeneo of griitiiude at tbo which he hu aurveyed. Tlio cemetery
kindbees of the hdlee of Extension and lies b-liind tho town abont half a mile
ber regtet at polling with thrm. Mr. and ia flvoBCroB. In extent. ' Tt is a first-
MurtBy nlso aaW a'foe? parting, Korde, ratesiluatlnsi for this purpose. Tlie Id-
and iiftersoms ringing the pirty "brokn. tentlon !■ to lay i> out in lole aud inaku
up." . ready at once for intermenta.
UDTSMITI LUMBER!
COMPANY, LTD.
Manufacturer- i,i at! klnds^oi
|RoD{k and Dressed Lmnber{
Hoilllitt, Laths. Slltilii, Etc.
AJirge stock of
if thoroughly teaME^ett 4)t
sud cUi» ctffalanthr on I.
ra atrictly attended to. T
| John W. Goburh,]
MiKAona Diaicroi,
Tmm+vvvmiMMtmtt*
Wellington Coal   Best household coal on the Pacific
Coast
Comox Coal—Best steam coal on the Pacific Coast
Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and house*
hold coal
The above coals are mined only by the Wellington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmith,
Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Baynes Sound.
Head Office
Victoria, B. C
Ban Franolraeo Agency,
|-:ifc. Dunsniuir's Sons Co'y |
340 Steuart $t.
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¥   We Print
FLOWER POTS
I hare them in gnat variety, all ilan
and at nann.bl. prion. Call and in-
■poet the itook..	
J. McDonald, Hlfh St., Udysmlth
To Ihe Public.
Nolle, ia hereby given (h.t. portion
o( the new pnhllo ichool building was
opened on Mond.y morning, September
1 r.il 1, 190!!, (or thu 1110 of senior and
junior third cIubb, and senior anil junior
fourth clnas, who ore hereby notified to
atlonil from thia dale forward.
For llie Tmateep.
. A. S. GHRI9TIE.
Ladyimllh, B.C., Sept. P.h, 1002.
tlldlllllllllltlllllllllllHII'IIHIIIIHIIIIHIHII
ilerely 4 Reminder
Of the fact that the Leader Job Room It
now doing'alt kinds of Printing—commercial, legal and society—at very reasonable prices.
iit-tt'ilt'ttttiiimiiniit
-Letter Headi
-Bill Headi
-fltatemmti
-Note Hindi '
—Memorandum Headi
—EnvelooM
—BuilotM Oardi
-Stock CrtiBMlM
-Legal Bluka
-Wedding Iovitotlou
' -Funeral AnnoannmuU
-Ticket.
—ProgrammM
-Psmphl.U  .   ...
—Culognei
•-Window Oardi
—Hangers
-Poaten
*******
Everything
. BdVtngithe lateat type faces aud borders,
•^d modern''(.iicllltjery, we produce only
the  lwt Wfli-kiTv-ftilnting that attracts
;:,;? Jhe Leader jot* Room
|   Ladysmith, .'-.''■ B. C.
t**ll»(lHIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIII*IMIIIIIM<llttnill
Made and repaired. All work
Guaranteed, InapMtion In-
Tiled.
B.0.
A S. Christit,
LADYSMITH,
J. KENNY,
Ice cold Lemon.de, Bolt Drlnki of
all Kindi.; Frulti, Paltry, Bread,
-rot—
Finest Tobacco and Clears
CALL AT the
LADYSMITH  BAKERY.
C. M. CHALMERS,
Manufacturer of
All kinds of Harness, Collin, Saddles, etc. Alio a Large Stock of
Trunks, Gripe and Valises, to be
had Cheap. - i.v
Mail Orden Promptly Attended to
■* *■***•-••     Nanaimo
fo VttWf POJl-llUflKrj
Itallli, Walk,
Kobodv ean .front to be wllhout tt. All tlie
trlraraphlc news a. the weak. Partti, fiel.t.e.,-
il.ii. snort, sualety. Penullful (llustriltlons an.
hiitf tones,   sntiii.le cupy on u|ipllenllou.
All For On* Dollar a Year. ■t^fetsm^LE.iD'CT. Ta^TEi>iB_atm -io*.
Sale of lands for Unpaid taxes.
In the South Nanaimo Assessment District, Province
> of British Columbia.
;I hereby givenotioe that on Saturday the iSth day of October, A.D., lejoa. at the hour o
ten o'clock, forenoon, a| Ladysmith, B.C
I shall sell at Public Auction the lands m the list hereinafter set out, of the persons ih said
list hereinafter set out, for the taxes remaining unpaid by said persons on tve thirty-first day of
December, A.D., 1901, and for the costs and expenses of Sale.
UST ABOVE MENTIONED.
IW,
;•?- -1
Nanahne District,
Grwnw.y, J ihn ,...__.
K.l.t, W. J ,
.yielding Biuh.rd ..........
rielding, Cnd. ,l.-.;..„i	
Fielding, J... A	
P.ny, Juhn 	
Tex ad. Island
Lee.T.H.....	
(Shannon, E. I,  —.....
Slain(ord,J..L L.
Abnini J)ihn.i.........'. !..
Ak-MI.-Wt D_i_.4Jf...i...|.
Brohter, Geo . ...........
Brett, Samuel ,-fc 	
Buihorg Ivan	
Cochrane, A. ti—......	
D.vli Leonard...	
Ellil, Ida Lille	
Foley, T. E	
Fraser, J. I)	
Johnson, E. A	
Joan, D .vi.l -	
Kiddie, Tliomae    	
Kirk Lake Mining C-	
Le K.v, Minnie	
Meniiei, Jno. A	
MenlBghatu, H....i.l.-...-. '.'.'.
MoKevie, Alex	
Skirt Scstrlplln ll Its!
.-,';
McLean, M. A  -.:...
McLeod, W. II	
MoKell,-A 	
Nightingale. Jas...	
Paxton, C..~. ;>_-.._._..
Pilat, M	
Battery, W. J....-	
,. ,.	
Eorlaon, W, D.....A.	
.,        ,1     _ _ .............
Sandal, 8. D.	
Hmitb, Geo, C —	
Cpton, G. 	
Woodbni, W A 	
.Culil.'.-., Dorothy ;■;.;.&....
Cnow. DiB	
Cochrane, A. U..._..-..	
-D orripg 4 HAra'traiiu _.-....
ililchrin, Joe. ....
Lvuni, Rooi...................
.Niobo|.,Uis),.K.....,r.....—.
Sirbrubera, ft tii ..;../,*.*-.	
Sam men, J...	
I Summe.. A McLeod ..1.....*...,.
Tbomr-.-in, J.,.»*pb—..-.juaui
*ninmpVon,8.iiiuel'.'..:..-.;....::..
,tJIieii«(tl^r«;-*i.r.j«...>Vi;.r.'..J
Mi-Ci UB, D ire	
Wllnu, Willnu	
...     *..    ;;, '.. ■ -jv ji .
Do.glu District.
Prentice, Wm. I , .'........
,,B.le.,.H..L.....>..V......	
Pmoghn., ll. I* .-.	
, tiugo, Jotft.........	
Bright Dtetrlct.
Keen, J"., ami John	
Mann. Rob...	
Maauu, Rob.	
Oak-tola Wand.
McKetlt'e, 0. C. Elt, nf..,,...,...
Nlli-oh, John..".. !.....!!	
Bi van, Bobl :i
Hansen. Alice ,	
Mcduffie, Gm	
Wyllle. John hire......	
B.un, Boot-.... j
S«allla1ud, aeor Kiiper It'nnd.
James, Ei1......... ,	
Sangater laland.
Mow, Morru, Est, ol.	
Uaqustl Island.
Mori, Morrli, En. ol.	
Lnl 8 6 .em
*eo. 1.2, lote SO, 21 02 5
Sec. 2, lut A 47 .cm
-lee. *. lot B. 2 arret
" 2. lot C, 3 acre!
Uli Pi 4 ud 7
Lit 2!. 124 a-eea
-d*-. 4. s EJi.lOMrei
Ul 17 100 aurei . , .
BM.3 l-jtll
11 lot 10' •■'"•" •■'
7. Irll 38
4n.it lODa.'rei
Block 4 .ud 22, lottS, 12
lj.11 5, tuwii.e Ext.
Bisk 8, Idl 3.1
.18, lot 18 1 •
.11, lot 1
4 lot 10
40, lot 0
1(1. lot 5
il, In-4
Pait lot IS _J tat*
TetiITu- [item,
cilia-uH u4C«ti.
Block 7, lot 1
■    II, lot 2
40, lot 3
Stubbing!, Bobl., E,t. of..
Witb.r, Thomu	
J.ffny, B.hi.	
 n.W.B	
Andiron, Stiphen...........
v Bun, Wnji*r. ....................
'iksT-wy.'ilfnd.....
Jrtitj, Abraham...
Sunn., John	
s,ll
ThitnUtud.
FoUor, Bobl. Kit. ol	
Block 22, lot, 1
-Se..2J  I0laii.ee
Bioc. 12, lot. 4,5, 0
"    (30 lot 10
7. lot 84
47. lot 2
8,1m 4
Sec, 22 120aoee.
B nn 7, Iuib 17 19, 21
*'7 101.10,1112,18,14
'' 3?, lots
"  41, lot It
"    8, In- 3
Lot 30,138 arret
dim s 38, lot 10
11.lot 10
AO lot5
.14. loll, 2
18. lot 14
t, lot'S
13, lot 1    ,  ',
47, lot 3
Sec. 21,100 aim
Bl...k4. lu: 3
.";7, lot 7
"   1«, '01 IS
-i"wu,t:
' V»t 3U, 230 *,r«
HU*. 8, li.lt 31 SI
S**.'.3,sW.)i,147urii
Li( 4,81 acre.
■lotel tiuildlBg
Ui 1, ISO ure.
Lot 2, MO .Oft.
LollS lOOacrM
Ut 3 60 .one
Lul 10,20 Mm
4*0.7 160 urea
Sec.I7,S.WJfl-8Mn,
1ec.ll»,H.1**liul N.W
Hyaena (
■nr. 12, MS Ji. IDOacna
•lec.6H.Wli, |»2.oiM
S-hi 28 N.W H. 11 „,,,
Sec. 16 XEJi, 160 cure.
Hen. 12,NESol few W
I0ic.es, S.c.JlW.'iS
Ul 29,46 Mm
S*3l
600
IS 60
3 ■»;
■lee. 13.SEKind 8.W
V*. 115 .nn.
Sec. Set if of NW**,* 80..
Sec. 3 HK.(NEk64*
Sen. It. N_ H 82 * .«.,
1ec.2il, v I4...EW70,
8m. 18, NW.V100.nre.
8ee,27.8MotSEJi 80a
dec. 28,HWo(8w^,80a
tirt.'M.NBk*
tec 20,8(*J^1
4*e. 31. NW ***
8«c. 21. SR J. r
Sn. 22, NEW, 160 acre.
See.36NUoi8Elt'.°4a
an.86,NSof8tt^77i
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L-.ll.llli
4 00
11 H
9 12
t 40
49 75
TWIA-tt
14 411
1* 00
9 Oil
11 tl
7 20     *> 00        It ,20
4(10
4(10
5 50
18 40
16 p0
13 60
18 52
17 60
7 40
4 96
27 04
400
Uamtttmtt
Ntwcutl. TawnaBe,
Field, W. H..............	
Re-.lln.oo, Cn.s...	
Barlow, Geo .'.
P.rlib, Bnry, En. cf	
Durrani, C. W	
1-ollpoll. W. H.	
Carter, 0. H ....
Onus. Tnomai	
D.«ler,Jam«	
Harper, Jot.;,-,	
Harris, John Mr.. .'.	
L.w.en.-r, Lonis	
'bwll, O. T-	
Lnvtn, C, I	
low...., O. Mr	
8 .III,J. .1	
I'.ll'IV, ,( ,1,1' ,	
Duriant, O.W	
I'h limit, W   H I
,1 «,
Warner. .Io. 7	
V:.-.:*a.awaaaaaammmmamseas.
Ji**tMrutiit»K.
Hit, INI.
15 8}
18.11
.14 «,
14 80
9 60
59 SI
tflMd.
(j'llSlnlntlinb d
• 14 in 10b. Im 17
.' ..Iln inn. lulls
- IS. 19 Newcastle
-lib. line
Lit 8 In tub. lot IS
„  7    ,,
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.11. ta i.i
", 15
"  4   "
•'   17
'• 3.5"
" go
1*      A        (1
«   15
1 1
' 8
' 9
' 15
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6
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85 20
1 SO
100
96
98
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SO
SI
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9H
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2 96
1 »!
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1 00
80
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II 80
5 12
496
85 20
1 HU
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96
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SI
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1 00
110
fx-wani'M
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4 00
400
400
400
400
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
400
400
400
4 00
400
4 00
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15 8s
9 11
8 96
89 10
5 60
6 60
496
49S
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4 84
480
480
498
4 08
408
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502
6 (10
5 (10
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Short Oeicr.'jtloi of
Inul.
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Ind
i Total Iixei
I    litsall
Cranberry District.
Bolton, Jane .'..,.
C.iichley, S 11,	
!S"*.»8 1,1)6, law.
Il'.i'k 1. loi 3
iKi.'ge 7, lr.' 3
"      1  In. 6
'   "      6 lot a
"     6, lot 1
!..., SonniWellingtru
•iee. I), lni 2
"   I, loi 8
"   6, lot 5
"   3. lot 4
"   8 JJ.fS
"   2 l„tl
"   6 lot 8
"   3. Jf, of lo> 1
. .   Block 2, iuis4 5
Laiid, B ih".  Katie. 7 pi. sen. f, 10
E Us, Wllhsm	
Gi'son, Thorn-.	
H.rrls Is..ae....	
N ntiolsoii. Is.ai-	
Patton, A bnr.	
B'Hihe, Frank.	
Smith, Michael	
Beanebamn, Ruin	
Bateman, .la*.	
Cimpiiell, Keuneii,...,
HelldelBOt), R. P „,.
II nlsott. Win., Est. o'.-
II irlb, O. W..
Ixiiim
III Cwti
Mason. Kb.,
MuOinikv, Harry	
M, Kenaie, J. A	
McMillan, Henry	
McMillan, Hugh	
Peere, Prank	
Pierce, Willla..'	
Richardson. J. U	
Tate, IsalMjII *..
Treloar.Joiir	
R.'der,Oory 1.	
Spino, Frank , ,
Cedar District
Wakem.n, Jae	
Luatit', Join1 ,.	
Gree-iway, A J ;...;	
.......
S'.evena, Ge.i	
York, Ouaa. Eat. ol :,';
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Cavlu, G., et»'	
Civin U.,etel	
Cavlu, G„ et.'	
Oyster.District.
Walker.Ges.	
Davit, U. P	
R ga, Lima	
Bryaut A linfhiu	
Carroll, Catherine B ,	
Oarrnthen, Anhnr	
Churchill, Niilianiei	
Cmk, Edgir	
Harper, Erneet...'.	
K»ene. Ouaa. E	
King,II J	
Manin, R b	
Mulutoah A Ui uie	
Peare, J.jiiu ;	
8 inilico.il Iw, 11 ■„
Gi IT.IO, JOS 	
Watson, Jaioui..	
Wain, Harry	
C!.v, Ssmuet ,	
Mountain District.
H .'land, John „	
Badoock, Wm	
Badcotk, Wm	
Jeul.lah la'andl.
Tbnmpaon, Puilip N	
William., Sidney	
Willi..., J. T  	
7. eei.. I, 50 a
Bli'ck 7. luts 1 am! 2
Block 6, ia • lotl
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•5..0.12 bkirk S. 6
I. .1,8 .ntli Welliu.iot
Block 9 1,18  ■
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a lots 11, la
6, lots 1 2
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Bk, 117. lot 4
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GEORGE THOMSON, •••■■••" -*---■■
...,A'.''     ■.■■■■    Assessor* '..'.,.-..,...
it .. .'' -^PHth. N-^naJmo Assessment District,
"'■''■ Laciysmith P.O.
6000BYE MR. MORTON.
Dilightlul Social Ei»li{ it Flnt
tatkjttriai Chirclt.
What ll ntlm.led to hu. beta tb.
largnt attendance of member! and
'rlendi ol Flnt Prrabyter'an Cburcb
nongngatlon awr ..nmbled then on
Monday night to glv. Mr. Gavin Morion,
lb. iludnt-putor, a routing wad < IT on
the ore ol hii departure lor Koox College, Toronto. Mr. T. L, Grahame oc-
eupled Ihe chair, and alter bilaSy tail-
mating th. purpon ul lhe meeting end
reading • letter ol .pology tor abnac.
from Bar. Mr. Tanner, ol th. Methodiit
Churcb, nlled npon Mr. T. J. Barron to
open Ihe programme with . violin nlo.
Thli wMcaplUlly playad. "Yo banki
ud bran," witb nilatiom, ud de-
nrved Ih. burly ueen, to which Mr,
Birroa rnponded witb anctber Bae
.election. Mr. Ouril. than miled
•'The!mon.ylMi man," in ipl.odld Kyle
and wilb great fnllng, and. a» warmly
appkwdtd. Mr.Dt»WR.b.r**ra'a«oe
voIm wm nut nurd to much advantage
in the Sue old patriotic ballad, "The
death ol Neb-on," which highly pleand
ibeandluC. A gnat treat wu tb.
reciting by Min Rxlaa Jonn, who
•bowed xmarkabla talanti for ou ao
young. ShirMpondedtouenoneud
an imb triumph*.
Mr. W. H. Linly'i wall-trained role,
ha. seldom bnn hnrd to hitler .de.nl.
■gelo Ledyimitb thu In hii tong, "The
ohorch ol the millionaire.." A. an .n-
oote h. tut with equ«l iS -cl, "Hy will
wlll Sad a way." Mn. Maoleod'l ting.
lug ol tht tuder S.-ottlsb Ion lilt,
"Mary ol Argyll," wm btaillly .ni >y«d.
Mn. Roliton thu wm bend In a Mug
which exactly wiled ber iwnt volot.
A.eu enrore ibe gave, "Yw, I'll le
yonr iweeibnit," .In a nry Sne «ff,rt,
Again Mi. Barron cb.'med tb. audi,
enc. with . vlollo nlMtlon, whlcb wti
followed by a wng by Mr. jien Evani,
"Bud out Tby Light." Comparlnni
are r roninially cdloni, bit it anil be
uid of Mr- Bnn'i nice thit then era
...rulnly make bii mark la tbe world ol
nag. An amoilag dialogue wm thu
■Inn by Min Rottaa Jonn end Mlw
Lake, ud wai highly er joyed. Thi,
concluded tbe eaterialoment, and tb*
nhairman rtqoMted Mr. Morton to com.
on tbe plallonu.
In a few brl.f wntencra Ihe chairman
Ihu .xpreesed tb. ngnt of Ibe corgre-
g.tloo at Mr. Marlon', .lepartnre, eulo-
t'nd him lor bii splendid work done
ben (or tb. cbnroh, which wonld never
be forgotten by tht ooogngtlion, am*
•iihed blm all neon, ud prosperity
in Ibe new ipben to which be bid beei.
called. Mn. Park than, u beh.lt of
th. congregation, pmultd Mr. Morion
wilb .puree containing . gift of moon.
The chairman Ihu md a tnllmonlsl
from lb. cburcb mutagen to Mr. Mor
Ion, aud pnnnted him with Ibe document.
Mr. Morion was deeply iff vied ud
hid nmt dIBrully In riprening Ida
ImIIbm. H. Mid th.t be bod beea
laku completely by inrpr •», tat thai
he unpled the gift ud lhe etp-eeelon.
ol good will with Ibe tamt bsa-'lnea.
with wbieb Ihey wan given, and Hi.t ar.
long .1 life continued wilb Lin be wou'd
niv.r forget hll pleasant «Jnuru In
Ladyimllh. He bid done bis bwl, but
tb. credit for anything he hod done wm
duUtoaht|hMMoroe.
Th. lodlM Ihu served tea, enftea and
cake ud a phuut Um. wu .pent by
•II, Th. prcoNdlii. etoeed with lhe
ilaging ol th. national anthem.
rBAaEH.ai.AiB.
FIRST ORE SHIPMENT.
TyM Smltir Riciliet Initial Cm*
sifnntnt Iroa Mount Slcktr.
Th. dnt ihlpmnl ol four nn of Tyee
copper on wai delivered by tb. E * N.
Ry. Co. Moudav morning al Ibe emelter
bin. «t Ladyimith, .ud thla ore wm
immadlltely put np ia pit*., ev.rytblnt
around Ib. roaitlng yard being In nadl-
BeHtonnlr.it.
The niIim tramway b Iweea the
.mell.randroaat yardi. alao Snlsbed
Work on the imtjlter buildlop It onr.
lag eomplelMn, wbil. tbe eoncnte fono
d.tloui lor the ugiae, blown and boiler
an aln Balihed,
Th. work oi clesrlog Ibe ground for
tbe new amy o4»*» wm btgu a ha
le. Indnd lu thi. proylnnto milch It. „,,^o, Th.us.y offln buildtog will
b. compl.1. in .nry deUil and Bind op
It. Ib nearer that vanat of rarltiN, a
pure, true ten.,, thau anyot the pro-
feseiniiii] singera' vulcea in Victoria aud
Vancouver, and tt ebowa a good deal ol
direful cultivation,   Mr.   Evane ahould
with the moat modern uplluen for
ciiemlital ami nssiiy work. Tbo flnei
weiither Is favorltifz the niisblnjr on of
tlio work in all dcpartifitnta.
Uli Friday Ibe nuptleli ef Mr. lain
FtMtr aad Min Affaw Blair, dughter
olMr.Jonph Blair of tbit city, win
wrtkratadaltbe bum. of the brld.'i
parant., the Bev. Mr, Tuneroaaeling.
Mil. Joon,d.orht.r ot Mr. tad lira,
r. X. Joan, mad. a wry pntty brMn-
mald, and Mr. Joiepb Blair, broUiw at
tbe bride, wot. beet mu. After tbe cer-
•muy ill nptiisd to OJdlillowi' Itill,
when dsoclog wu u|oy<d by a hirse
gathering.I friend., AnlMupptrwu
nmd ll midnight, aad the btUvldM
wen kepi op well into Saturday aora-
lag. Mr.udMn.FraMrwUlniUlia
Udyimllh.	
Mevn A. J. Kitto end H. OcillMOk
returned on 8atutday from a trip ip (tht
uw trail te Inipeet no. mineral "prop-
iltloni." Th»y enjoyed Ulrly good
wMther -blle.wasy.
Mr. A. B Jobmon of NuoIbo, tpui
MoLday la U (y.milh.
Mr. B. J. Wuborn, Iht will koown
Rauim-i aaehialrt, vlilud UdytBlt-
.« bo.ioen, part ul wbieb oMkleMd cl
repairing Tbb Lbaou'b big *ghl la*
ten.
Mr. T. D. Om way hu nraned te
Mwa (imb Ml trip le tamSeld Cmk to
wlUHnthaludlMof ibePwite uMa,
a hlitoric .rat which math, a new «M
ia Ibe inula ol andeca releaea.
Mn. Sirlnn U tliiiing in Man! ft-
land, ud ii ittylag at th.PointOoalwt
Hotel.   -
. Uoverrment Agent Tbomna ptM (t
vlilt to Nuaimo on Sunday, nturnlBt
oh Monday morning,
Mn. R ibin Dnnimnir and Mlntis*
muir an the gnnta of Dr. and Mn.
WaieoB.
raaawcLL ■■>n*n>.
Oa th. ue ol bll deurtanBu. Allle-
tor Hurray held e ferew.ll cmMh »l'b
tht ongragttlon .1 No. 1, Rttuihavon
WkIhkIiv, th. 17lh iBib Then wiil
good tornout of Ihe BMple, npeelilly ot
lb. Babbatb nhlol rhlldna, who war!
pnnol«lwilhblhln.ad ether IIHM>
tnra. Tbt mMiiugWM very burtyud
.ympalbetlc tbt chureh ai.ager.
matlmmedlaUly after Ibe ektje aad
prrnotid Nn. Murray with a (ant of
meny In noognitiu of her Mrrleti M
orgutat and atfewlabon In Un (leel.
Dr.T.ateadoa Moody, BulM, wil
mum 10 L-dnmltb Frtday, Balaidaf
aad Sunday of thi. wnk. Dr. Meodf
will msk. renin-rlilU to UdtMIUk.
Oili.e ut Nliilinlem*. Wall,    rititatvk
niHci', l.'iil 1'oalijAlcu building. LAriTSMlTIl LEADER. SEPTEMBER 24. 100*T.
N-iw iloiil put it iff iIi.r full pb
you tlij a y«af at-". Whan yon
caujjht u Inul t-tiM nntl pniit viiuht-
jjrioa of u eimp!e of -.mil suit*) of
underwent- in ductui uli la.
If ynu' e not sneezing to-day
you will l)B shortly.
: l|pnvy  U-'derwear  here   from
37>_i*. to $;;.ou hj garment.
-•—THE—
G. D. SCOTT CO.,
LIMITED.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
Mr. Dtvia of the No* Waatero Hilt]
is grently improving the Appearance ol
his place by removing the large stumps.
FOR SALE—Ili-me and Lot situated
nu French Btreet, opposite Phv Olllee,
lot. clali* lilotk six. Utah tl.l'.o ot
ffl2(0 H25)do\vii, in ea-y payim-ii's 1<-
iiiiiiiin t.inte. A'pfily to lingo. J.
MuDof-aid, Suuih Woilinglou.
8JMb8»'-"P, C. E. Stevenson & Co., nf
N-tiittimn, lmv-*>, had an np-to-ilata tub*
Iwtiieit i!t'liv-r:ry aatrin untie for their.
It. war, eup'dit-d b) S hii ley Craig of tbe
N-tii iuio Bieum Oarrlnge Wuiks,
Mary had a little ring ;
It tli"ii with liraiitv rare.
She .aiil it witB lier euKimeiripnt ring
And ,vus hou.htM Lively's .tore,
"Old Tulip," ll'ih Fob**--, of Victoria,
well-known t*o many of liiKij smith's
jo.iii-. men, la trainiiii* Uiu Westminster
lai'uiptw lento for iltvir match with the
Shamrocks, world's oli*\u*.plouK,fit WW*
iniiiFter, during lhe exhibition, Thin te
expected to be ihe gret-uebt game t.f In*
crosEe ever played in British Cu.uuabiu.
. LIvpIv re imp 9 all kin la of Englieh,
Swiss and American wntcbes.
Itfv. Mr. Tanner i f I/uljsmilh Math*
ediBt Church delivered un illustrated
lecture at Suulh Wellington on Tuesday
evening.
If it its a nice clock you flr« looking for
we Iipvo tin m from $1.(10 tn flB 00. W.
II. Lively, LadyBmith'a Loading Jeweler
t x
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III till
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X x
• A great many Ladysmith people 'took
fn" the agricultural enow iat_ Nanaimo,
*nd were pleased witb their treatment.
If yon want to get ft nice ring remember we can make anything you want,
W. H. Lively, Jeweler.
Important alterations in the sale of
lands Iur taxes notice now running in
Tue Leadkh, are notified to all interested therein.
WANTED-To rent Blot for building
purposes (dwelling home) anywhere
near north end of First Avenue. Apply
staling terms to George Adams, I'uBt
Office, Ladyemith.
Weather sharps say this kind of
weather is going to continue for six
■weeks yet. If the BbarpB c mid supply a
little good well water to go ou with
most of Lady Bin ith'ti pe. pie would uot
object. 	
FOR SALE-Two stoves and furniture, with carpet and matting. Apply
"Leider 0_5_e,"
Several riflemen in Ludyamith want
to arrange a match for prizes, to be held
belore tbe end of the fall. Any who are
interested can leave their name a at The
Leaui.u- dice aid care will he taken
that tbey reach the right bands. Luty-
tmilh haseoute crack shots, who want
to see juat who's who on a target.
Tin; Lkadku hai to acknowledge with
thanks and appreciation ifceipt of a
samp'e case of Mr. \V, E. Ruuiming'H
fa mum aerated waters. It need only be
remarki-d that thope waters easily hold
first place In thtir line in the prov.ucr.
Mr. John Bicklu hap commenerd the
erection cf a warehouse measuring UO
feet frontage, by 03 feet dept1*, ami onr*,
story high, next tn his pment premises,
which are becoming too limited for hi*-
rapidly-increasing I linnets.
A IIU.M IIOKOll.
In the latent issue of tho Journal of
the institution of Electiic Engineer* ol
Kngland, Is a paragraph of special interest for Ladyemith people. It is to thu
fleet that Mr, Hartley Gitbirne, our
esteemed townsman, has laid limit
a poat of very distinguished character
conKqi.cnt  upon his removal to   the
Far West."   Tbe paragraph runs:—
"The removal rf Mr, ILirtley Gis*
borne to the F»r West led to his resignation of tbe local secretaryship for Canada, and to tbe appointment uf Dr. K.
B. Owen, Professor ol Kiiclricil Erigin-
■ nriiigat tho McGlll University, Montreal, in hie stead,"
Tin: Lkaiibb nous in the list of local
secretaries of this great ius'Ittiii.-n
throughout tbe wotld (he names of soma
of the most distinguished scientific men
of the day; bo tbat the honor which Mr.
Gisborne has juet voluntarily relinquished muy be fairly described aB a
very high one indeed,
FAREWELL SERMON.
FOR SALE-A good paying hoiiutss
ou High street, cheap. Also house aud
lot, good well. Occupants leaving on
account of ill health. Apply to T. C.
MiKeneliy, High street restaurant.
Mr. Dinah! Nicholson, 'contractor
con templates making important ard extensive alterations in bis [building, c >r*
ner of First Avenue and Roberts street.
It Is proposed to turn the upper portion
of the building Into i Hires for profes-
slonal men, and into living roomp, si me
of wblcb would be occupied ny the st. 11'
of the Canadian Dank uf Commerce.
IlISMttPHIE
See Mi'.QIar. 'a lateat Coal anil Wood
AlR-TIUH CHEATERS.
Car
Load
);i_x*sr*ll
Just
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1            :,■
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ed 111    I
Mr, Gavin Morton's Closing Discourse at First Presbyterian.
On Sunday evening First Praahyterlan
Cl.urch wns crowded with a largo congregation to hear Mr, Gavin Morton,
who has been mlnisterirg there for five
months, preach his last sninon before
leaving for Torouto to attend Knox
Presbyterian College.
Mr. Morton discoursed on "Tbe rr-
fusals of Christ," aud preached a piw-
eiful sermon. At the close he refernd
in feeling terms to >be teiessl'y «hio>i
compelled him to Kver tbe wU-aeant re-
laii-wehtp wU-k existed between him
hi If and the corgngatlon ai d go away
from iimoi'Rsl them, ''It iniubt he for
ytarp.it nrght be for* ver." Many in
the large congregation wre vistMy af>
fectvd as Ibe p-rn'ar jonng prranber
bai'nihim larewel'.
As Foon ae he had cno'iidrd Ite Vrlef
remark9, Mr. J. J. Thou a>, choirmaster.
rose and asked the co-'gtt-gaiit-n to j dn
la singing the h) inn,' Gud lis «1th you
till we meet again," which waa done
with tbe ii*must beartiresa, choir and
p'ople putting their whole hearts into
the sveet woidi and mcsle. tt Is not
yet known who will fill the pulpit, but
The Lkaijeii hopes to be able to make
a definite announcement on Saturday.
THE STEPHENS BLQSK.
Handsome Addition to Ladysmith's
Business Buildings.
Mi*. Chri'. Stephen**, proprietor of the
Ladyemith H >tfI, te erecting a fine
building i-1 the corner ot Gatrcre Street
and First Avenue, nixt. lo Mr. T. X.
Jones'.-i p'nee, an! it will be used foi
stores, ofticep and living room".
The building will be thn-f »i-"rtp«* h-gh,
beenpving an area of SOxfiO f >et. The
lower story will be divided in'o storfp,
every oue ol * lituli is already let io ell-
gible tenantr; whilst the upP'T etorisa
will he 'e+, ne living rooms. A very (fill)-.
Btaniial j ih is being done and the hivld*
ing w* en cnntpliited will he a decided
ornament to *h • ci'v. The ocrnpants of
tho stores will he Mr. B Firciiner, jf.w-
eler, In tie cornet; Mersrp. Pannell aud
Pliiflfcetf, hu'eheipjand probably .Messrs
A. R. J dn ptnn & Oo., grocers.
It is estimated'that the huililtng will
cost iu (he neighborhood »f 30 000 The
hull ler is Mr*Gnu O-irey.'f Vancouver,
He fxpfelp tn have tbew.ik done about
tbe end of Oiitohev.
THE TRAIL BLOCKED.
Recent Fires Have Dono Damage
/long the licttte,
Some of the hubh fires which have
been railing behind Lalypmith fur some
lime hut-k have hud the (fltict or blocking up etctious of ilie trull coiistriicttd
last summer by the E. & N. R i'wt*y
Com; an*-, under tbe direction of Mr,
Sut'on. Many large timbers have fallen
aoroBa the track, nud will require hard
wok to cut out, Li some plai-eB the
trunks bave piled nver one ntm, her to
q-iite a height, and there spots will pre
sent no iLcoiiBiderahit* obstacle to tbe
clearer*.
Several parties of prospectors'* aid
miners who have lately arrivtd in town
over this trail report having htd hard
work to get alorg at all.
Il ib understood that nu etTnrt will he
made to char the trail and put ll. into as
good condition ns it was heloie the flits
spoiled tbo walking.
A largo party cf workmen ore now
clearing away the fallen timber and will
have the trail npened from end to end
tn a d.y or two.
The time to advertise is all the time.
BA3GED A BRACE OF BEAR.
A Ladysmith Hunter's Good Luck
With tho Rifle.
Mr. J. Macdonald. High street, weut
outsbooiing laBt Sunday and tried the
swamp juat north of L'dysmith on tbp
Nanalmo road, Ha was armed with his
trusty rifle, aiid ready for anything from
'coons and snipe up to bii'ar, but little
thinking tbat he wuuld root out any of
the latter from Heir paradise amongst
tbo aromatic r-kunk cabbage gardens.
Mr. Macdonald soon Btruck tbe spoor
nf a fn 1-grown bear and two cubs and
put after tbem In a hurry. He was not
I mi! iu overtaking the family, and wilb
a well-directed shot brought down the
mother, Oue of tbe cuha tried to climb
n tree,, but was laid low with another
shot. The other cub escaped in the
collision getting In amongst the thick
tangled underbru-h, wheio It was Im'
possible to follow him. The skins of the
two bear were In excellent condition
considering tbe season, and will drei-a
Into handsome rugs. Mr. Macdonald
bkluued tbem on the Bpot and biomcbi
hiflspnlN him* rt j .icing.
T'ii« hug is proof that Ladysmith is
withi-iUa peer as a sportsman's pira-
diae, and altouid certainly receive the
aiteutiou of all wbo are fond of the
chate.      	
Those dinner sets at Rolston's are
beauties.
Wideawake hoys can make money silling the Ladysmith Leader. Apply at
Leader effice.      , .-■
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmitli,   .   ■ B, C,
Tltismltli, Plumber, Hardware and
fStOY*.*! Ktc. '
-a.K hM
MAINLAND
OR
BRITISH LION
CIGHRS
— For Bale by JOUN BICKLE	
I Keep
Everything
ynu want in Hardware, Paints. Oils,
Crockery, Firearms, Ammunition,
No rtrmiin'ri Outfits. FishingTackle,
Nails, Tiols, Nick .Hacks. -It will
pay yoa well to drop In and get my
prices before' buying d-ewhere.
Great rung, of H.hool Books and
supplies.
Cory S. Ryder
C.-.lv.rsal Prcvldtr,
first Avenue, LADYSMITH, B.C,
For  First C'asn work
goto
Ladysmith
Shaving Parlors
ntRh Street.
Hnlrcittttiii*iii*<l heard
triinniiti-_ ii Specialty,
I. O. WINSTON.
Hiii'gtug It-mpbitll tbe lati-bt deaigue
Ut   R rlstllli't).
NANAIM3 KAR3LE Wl
Marble and Omilltc Motlimteiita
Tnbl-ls, -.'roasfs, Wc    i-sliniiilc*-
aml Dv-il-rns nivcii on Applicalioit
A. HENDERSON,      Proprietor,
FOR SALE.
O'w pofoiid-hand horizui^al boiler,
with stack, thj mor and finimr" complete, all in g.imi or-'er. S /,*• ol huil*r 2
ft. II dia. h> 11 ft. 8 ui. ln*'V{-.nt..e!U*.
ilia, hy 21 in. high, with 34 iiib'P, %1%
iu, dia, Rtfteon (•■■• BiiHinV, in-iiur gte
inste'pdcl pleam. Pi ice $2.0 if taken at
one-?.   Ajiplv to
STANLEY CRATG,
Nanaimo S'emn Carripge Wmk".
P.O. 11 x 183, Niuaiuio, B.C.
R. B. ANDERS!
Inventor of the new system if cat
l-tle for iicetylone Hah ting the
20 h century I'ght. Far oheaptr
li'iiii old system, maiiidll ieut re
suits; no wasle of gas; 10.)per cen*
(-ure white sofi light at tritltng cot*
Plumbing and metal working in all
it.*- branohes. Gnu repaiis. O ji
res pond u nee toliuited.
nA^TIOV S",,
NANAIMO
DR. T. GLENDOH MOODY
DEN IIS I
Graduate of Phtladefplita Denial ColkBe and
Iloaiiiliil ut Oval Surgery,
OH Post Office Uulldinir,
Uivcrnm.-nlSl., (Up.-ttitlrf)
A.Odtc,
37S'**. Uusiacnce.
Ur. Mooily vUllu Uidysiuttfi every Prtday, Ratu
day nud Sunday." Office, Nicliolsoti's Hall.
THE KEITH HOUSE
VICTORIA CRESCENT, NANAIMO
Vlsitora from Lidysmitb and diitrict
will find in this welt-appointed bouse all
the homo comtortp. Lunches for Indy
choppers & pptoialty. Terms s'rti-ily
iiioduraie. y.tv.cj aud cuisine fiist
ulaBS.
MISS B, KEITH, Prop, end Mgr.
Cuban Cigar Factory
Manufacturers of Ibe Famous
CUBAN    •*   BLOSSOM
None bu' Uuien Ltbor*tiii|.l..y,il'.
M. J. BOOTH. -        Pr prietw.
NAIAHiO  B. O.
UP TO DATE DYEING I
Tint's nn. kli rl.   A ..flirl «ill l.rii t In 1
itiliiiliani.il nit.. P'ti'tB,   Makes psr.-e
of any .iloibu a In i-lisn, (tie ur lepaii,
si ,1 • rl.ir... 'o
CRESCENT DYE WORKS
B. D, HILL, Pi op. NANAIMO.
Freii/ht paid nre wrv.
ALBERT E. HILDERT,
Funeral Director.
Prompt attention uiven to all cnllp, ni-.li
or day. L mg D'.at a nee telephone No. 12-1
Bastion St., Nanaimo, B.C.
FI®H_
Thp Nanaimo Fisb Maikst \favnr
will be in Lulysmilh every ll.urs-
dsy. Hull hull Salmon, S net's, (jnll,
Sole, Flonniler.Or.liB. S.ll Oilanb-
ans, S.lt Salmon Bellies, etc., etc.
Maple Lodge, No. 6j, I. O. a. T.
Meets ever; Wedneiday evening ln
Niubole.it.-H Hall. Viaitlni meuiberl
aie cordially invited,
R. N1MMO. O.T*.
M. MoKINI.KY.8iw.
BANNIill LODGE
No. 31,
I. (I. i). P.
Meets every We-lnesitay evening nl 7.30 o'clock,
Visitors curdlttlly luviteil.
HUGH FUI.TUN, Bee.
Wellington lodge No. 2 ((. of P.
M.-eis every Friday iu I. O. O. F. ball at
I :'IU p.m.
P. GOURMY, O.O.
J. W. LKWIS, Sec.
MURRAY    &    ORAIG,
OLNEKAL BLACKSMITHS.
Ship's Work , Specialty.
norse-slioclns; in nil Its tirnnelies. I-'nrm Im-
p'eintiils te|i[ii:eil. Millers' Tools cnicflllly
..inn i-ein .1 anil tempered.
liullt-r Street, ■        Ladysmith
WHEN IN NANAIMO
Get the Best 25c, Jleal ill the City
 AT Till-:	
IIMON RESTAURANT
Bastion Street,
NOTICE.
MINERS' FEATHER EOGEO BRILLS
ALL SIZES. 6lta»fa.a_" 4 ft., f-i.25. Lance
tooth saws, 3 fl.; ■*■■_ -ft,; 4 ft., nud 5 a. Also am*
nintiitiun and nil isizcs nf Ilt-al Itros' Mintis,
Drivers' Lamps mid uips to be had at
D. TiYLGR & GO'S,
Opp. K. &,N. Station, Nanalmo, I). C.
EXAMINATION FOR CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY.
RR "COAt, MINI'S RKGt'I.ATlON ACT."
In the matter of the estate of R.ibert
Kilpatiiek, deceased.
NOTICE TO CfiEDITORS.
Notice is hereby (liven that si! p->rsnnf
havinu oliihtip «-/ultiPt the estatti of iiie
above named It.hen Kilpatriiit* decnssKt
whii dud un or rhnut tbe 21*»t. day 01
July, 1002, am ru-uircl »n or bi f »u tin
1st dny of Oi.toht-r, 1W2, to uerd bt
pout, prepaid, or delivwr 10 th<- nnder-
pinned Bolicilir fur DmbJ (Cdpatriek
William Rus»ell,aud Kffl-i Galena Kil
pB'rli'k, the Evctl'nisul tbe lart Wi!
end Testament of th-» r-uid deceased, full
imrlii-tilrtts if ihe cUliiiu,  duly  v< titled
snd tl e nature of the Maturities, if any,
held by tbem.
Notice Is further (r'ven tbat on PUfh
last, mentlnifd dny the said ex'ontor-
will proaeed to distiihu'e ih« esta.e
cf the di _i*3t-cd amonitnt the pur-
ties eniii.ed thereto, having rfirnr*
only to lhe claims which tbey tlm'!
have then received, and that tm
sniil E-tM'ii'tire -atil not he liable fu<
the sniti estate or any nnrt tberetd lo
any person nr persons of whose il.i..
notice phrtd not. have been recti veil b*.
them «t*he time of eneh disfrihn'inn.
And N itii-e ie lurthtr iciveu that a'1
pen-mii  Indebted   to   the   htle   Ito'n-r*
Klipatrirk,   srf*   nq-iepted to pay tin
same to i.**h niidet.*y e-' fi rtlni h.
E. M   YAR'VO)!!.
fi .llcitor f.r ilie EK-'nit t'-,
Niinalinn, B.O.
Date:! the 22nd day of Auuust, l!)0J. '
U    PACIFIC
IMPERIAL LIMITED
ss nouns
TO I10NTREAL
Best Service,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Rates,
FIRST-CLASS and TOURIST
SLEEPERS DAILY.
FROn VANCOUVER.
Tii-ketsnii Sale
TO   ALL   EASTERN    POINTS.
For pampble's and all information apply
to any O.P.R. a|i,eut.
II. H. ABi.Orr.       VV. McGIRR,
Agent, Victoria.      A ent, Nanalmo*
E. J, COYLK,
Asst. Gent. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
FLETCHER BROS.,
\lz\.Am> B. G.
Sheet   Music
(meapest a>iJ Rest—&*, and 10c. ft copy*
ill latest songs and pieces,
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc,, Etc.
faOTICK Is hereby plvcn that an Kxanitnntloii
■*•" for Certificates of Competency aa Mannpers
nf Mines will lie held oil thc t.slli ilitv of October,
1902, nt the Court House. Nanalmo. U. C, tud
alrin ol Feritlc, 11. C, on llie sunie dute.
Candidates, not nnder 13 years of age, desirous
of presenting theiu*-.elvei for examination must
deliver to Mr. Thus. Mo'fjan, Clininnnn of the
Hoard of Examiners, Nanaimo, on or hefure the
Mh dny "f l c'.oIht. 1901, notlee of such hitcntioii,
in wrtiiiiK, toj-clher wtlh u certificate of iiervlee
from their former or present employers, teslify-
ini* 10 nt least two years' experience tinder-
ground.
The exiimttintiott will he In writing:, and will
inc.ude thc fiilluwin-*; nuhjectH:
1, Mining Ads it ml Knits.
a, Mine gases.
3. Oeneral Work.
4. Veulilalton.
5. Mining machinery.
6. Surveying and 'cveUlng,
Any further particular-. rct,utrct1 may he eh-
tnltK-tl nn nup'tcntioti to Mr. Morgan. Chulrman
of Hoard oi'i*xAiniiu*rs, Nauniino, It. C.
KDWD. GAWI.UK I'RUlK,
Minister cf Mines,
Department of Mines,
Victoria, II, e.,.,th Sept.. 1902.
DR.  J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block, ■ Nana'mo, B, C
P. 0. Bml .17, T«l; 145.
Visits Ladysmith evi-ry Saturday
Hums Irom 0 a. ni, till 5 p. m,
Ahlii.tpfnid Hotel.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Tills ol.lEstabli.hwl, Fiiit-Olais anr
Pn|iiilar HiubI is most comfortably fur
niBliwi, cantrally sl.naled. Bill mwlt
train.. Kv-allentCuisine. Bar attaike.
iv.th (he Quest wlnri, liqnon and olgais
NANAIMO, B, 0.
JOS. FOX,       •       •        Pronrlflo.
I'liimiiv-ji,
Mrs. Rlrliard P. Wallli, oINo'ol. HIH
Nanoose Bsy, Is visiting Mr. and Mis
Qeo. Thnminu.
Captain Yaln arrlvfd from Nanaln
yesterday moining on professional bus!
nen.
Mr. Eil. Ta>1or, lormerly ol Naualnn
and now ot Crofton, passsd down to Hi
latter place yesterday morning.
Ten. Archdeacon Seriven hai relnrj-
nd from 1.1a trip to Montreal loiikii.
veil and hearty. He condnoted i«ivli
in Ihe chnrch Sunday evenlnj.
Mr». VV. J. Watson*hai gone over I
New Wtilminowr on • vis.il.
Esquimalt & Nanaimo  Railway
ftp
AT DUNCANS
Friday and Saturday, Sept. l\] and 11
Sports and amusements of all kinds. Bicycle Racer, Gymkhana and other atblct.■■:,
sportB.   Good pr u *s,
5th Regiment Band in Attendance.
Kxnirsion tii'ki'innn Huie Kruiay and Bv.uiday gooJ to return until Sunday.
September _l) h.
KAKK GOOD GOING SATURDAY Hep'euiber 27tb, returning Sunday, Sept..
_8,h.   0 ily Euveiityflvfl cents return.
Geo, L. Courtney,
Traffic Manager
<-3.*^ti^.i.m.ls>*AI«*S.*«*l«**»Mr.**«l •)«-,.>> «&(!« *-ift'to W feKtiKti* tift'it* t
ITYEE COPPER CO.
I Smelting Works
-AT-
LADYSMITH
Prepared to purchase ores as from August ist
Convenient to E, & N. or Sea.
■IWWiWW-*,**^^

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