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VOL. H. NO. 10.1.
. SEPTIiMBER 10. 1902.
g|-s*«^S*«**»«*TO*S!S1t1W
HEAR! HEAR!
Results have exceeded our most sanguine
expectations and those New Goods we brought
to your notice last week are going fast.1
Quality   and price are doing the  business.
Our full, varied and complete line of
Pamlly Groceries
also move so fast that we are compelled to replenish our stock weekly] hence we are able
to supply Fresh and New goods  at the time.
«#!###»##. WORLD'S
#•1
P«ICli"l*lVE cfejVTS.
if
eh m ir-iEF.!"
IN STOCK NOW
... . ......c uu villi spend tlie winter
Ui some of lie Boer lebdert*,
At a land sale at D.reingnamj ne-tr the
Leiser & Hamburger
8 Wliolesale aud Retail  Merchants,
**
a   Esplanade and Oatacre Street, - • Ladysmith
»itiv ,*.^m*i*«ws -."fiv.-ftw. tuviv<n*wn*ni8vs.i vwsKseims-'
•ff^siS'WKSI
When Visiting Nanaimo Try
111    W   Wi
Sausage
Special Value in
Men's Underwear
South Africa-
-igain.
-Lord
W»|.»
fiv .'stale, several
McGovern Corbott Fight—An Alpine
hioli  sill lie usB.l for
leum.K puriiosef, ivere sold at over
Wc are here for a share of your patronage, i
if you are looking for good goods at a fair price,
are sure to get it.   We quote a few prices below
uid
t50 Suits Fleeced Lined M 50 Suits Wool, Special
Stamped Wool,ea 50c; lvalue, each 50c
i-mimmmvmMmmtWtWt1
We Have Come to Stay.
• And have opened out our large
and well assorted stock of   .    .
Groceries, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and
Shoes, Tinware, Granitewarc, Etc.
In Ttie Oddfellows' Block.
A. R. JOHNSTON & CO.
m
75 Suits Wool  Fleeced,:
These are dandies 65c
50 Suits, Natural Color,
.All Wool, all sizes   05c
Men's   Wool   Sweaters,
Suitable for Work    '50c
Men's Heavy Wool Sox!
per pair 20Cj
: 50 Suits, Fancy Striped,
iall wool, eacli 75c
75 Suits  Fancy Striped,
Lamb's wocl, extra $1.25
Men's   Wool
extra value. .
Sweaters,
 $1.00
Boys'    Wool    Sweaters,
heavy ribbed 50c
C. t STEVENSON t CO.,
MASONIC BLOCK
LADYSMITH r""**-
4
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TE* *3C* "X" 11? 4P*Sr ^p
Lord Minto attended ihe banquet
i-iveii by the Montreal Board of Trade to
Sir IS.! in uud Barton, Monday bight,
Nuiie recently expelled from France
uiu going to Rat Portage to operate a
tiofiuttab They v>:ll bit.-ig compiele'ap*
pliitiHTH wiih them,
Call ntler. of Toronto, ;i funner chum-
•lion q'uoiter oi lhe Doiulflioii, woii lhe
Woodstock club uiedal and caeli prize, d*"-*
ft!Htiii(fj Ellington, of Glan'worlli, the
Can (Uhh ubauipion,' by ill to IB ai
Wo-dslouk.
Ad'ordihg to a O-spalowu dispatt'lj im-
uiig-HiilB are taring hiidly in ihttt place.
Work is scarce end the parka aie filled
will. peunilaSesleepers, . Beggaisaie lii-
creasing and robbery iii.d violence tue on
the hicioase, but are uut being repyr.tt.il
in the C,i|"-ii".v., press. Brl'iBb Buldlert
ure charged with belug the iffaudetaiti
many canes.
Preloila dispatches uoutain disquiet*
iug u'i'ortB us to 11 -e sedition brewing in
tlm rrauBVaal, wbve ihe Dumb clorgy
preach of ihB " rehuihliug ol Z on," biu!
■inch .i.eiias the "Nationel Scouta? are
denounced from the pulpit 111 " uivhini*
abl<- atones.1' It is Mated tbat there
must hu at leust two r tiles hidden for
evt rv ex-b»rgher.
I. N, Kurd, cabling to the Tiibuoe
from London, says that VI R, P, iks,
M.P., 11 proiiiiiifnt Weaieyan, and ore of
JJoyd UoEehery'e umfct ardent suppoit*
era, is urging nun con (or mist yoiern,
thi"":'h :■■tiiiuiil. .4..i, to take hu active
BlRi il against the educalldu hii ami to
« must t.vt*ry Tmy neat ».'-. tiie general
election. He advocates ihe abandon*
ineht of Ibe Irish Koine rule ques'iuu.
an;! iirgie n LltiPra! re*union uiioe'r
H.i-i-t.i'ry, «ith un aitnruatlve ediwa
poller. "
plow
til! til1
rfuOO per ucre.
Tbe efforts made by Midland iron mas-
ttrs to induce the railway compauteB to
modify their lecent legulatioua witb regard to railway raiea have not realised
thefiii-jccEB bopt-'d for.
Muit-. IaacBEque, the Austrian lady
biviminer, hue arrived at Dover witb the
object of inaking her thiid attempt to
Biiim thu ObauueUrouJ tbeEnglibhside;
Majjr Leroy Ledune, who refused lu
brioi* 11 det.ichiueut of hid regiment to
Djuaroencz, iu Brittany, to aid iu the
expulaibn of the sisters there, ie to be
tried bj coort mania).
MiasOga NeiherSfie is a gue-d jopt
tiowof u.e bube of Rit-biuuud, a "'•aor-
dunOaaile, witere the ■*■ j■ >■ u* 1 *i a p .rtion
ol almost every day lit-hing iu the Spey,
The Kttfser iutends lo create for the
Oiown Prince tne new liiiu of Prince of
Aleaco Lon
period oi rest given
DECKAJUL1E TEA,
Ali.'.ln l-l.
this a.li .in
1,1:1,1 is,l .1
III.  SI'lv- S 1-1
!^,%:iJiS.M.%-i-!»*«%Si!.WiVh'«.SiWiV'.%Wi:.'.!iV.-
nGRAND HOTEL I
Wm. Beverldge, Crop. «
Tliis iio-vv hotel Iihs lii'en R.iiiilnrliilily luiiilsl.nl tiiil Iho hat ia up In date.   8
BeBtaocomniodatlon lor transient and ininnaiient iinsrilere and lodners.   I
Kates, $1 per Day and Upwards.
The Esplanade, Lady&nlth, B. 0.
v-.vi%nnwiv.w«'t.^'»w!ii*i*ss8s?»   —
■'f.'jjvsrasww-
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -   AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works, Nanaimo.
Manufacture*-*,
Soda Water, Uimer Beer, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitten,
and Carbonated Beverages ut all kinds.
VV. E. RUlVirUNQ. - Proprietor,   ^SitXll
WARNING!
ARE  YOU   INSURED?    U not
get insured at "into for it. may be
too late tomorrow. I reprebent Bevoral
OLO and RELIABLE OnmpAiiioiatid
cau insure y-m at. n. moment's notice at
the InweBt posB-b{n ratee. All lemllr*,;
companies ubarge the snme rales, D.m'i
ba misled Into insuring with a cbenp
company -It might be dear in tba end.
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. 0. Drawer 88, Nanalmo, fi, 0,
WINDSOR HOTEL
Thlsolil-EsUlilislied, Firat-Olaes and
Popular Hotel la most ttnm'ortably Iur-
nlshi.il, .'..iiithIW situated, Bu, meet,
train,. Ksmllmit (lulslne. Bar .took-sd
wth Hie flnrst ivinse, liqnor. Slid ol|ara,
.NA,*!IAIMO, B. 0.
JOS. FO*v,       •      •        PioprU-tor,
V- .'ill" sin- sris say  tlisl  wl.<
ililii i-ii-TIIK l'H(IVINOB"oi|!«r,
J.a,'..«... 11 f. Iiolel keepers know a iliaii'i
a»nid jndp" when lie asks for "Till
PEOVINOE."
PROVINCE CIGAR CO.,
Yat***. -Street. VICTORIA, 8, C.
W. T. H&ddl&
 I'ARTICtlLAIl akOCERE-
Free Press Block.
<**&l>®&&6®tlX
T    II  StMl'SON,
HirrliUr, Solkltor,
Attorney, Notary Public, KlC.
Mane)' tu Loan.
Nannlmo, - ••• C.
^ARTU'V OIKROKNI*
Memlier Call. Society of Civil   UllgllieetH
Memlwc intiUtutiiiii ofBletjtrlcal Kni*ln-j«it
Klectrlcal Rnglneer
Correiipoiiileiii'L' jiiilk-it»*il
Work Uimintitrnl I*. O. lloi *.-,7
LADYSMITH. II. C
Jessyp's Pharmacy
HIGH   STREET.
rreBuriptioiiB tUrefullv diNpe; ard. Open
day and night,
Tin iciMih i-xi.-1-.li-.'utly
v^d liy the peojile of the tao pruv-
iilt (-8,
Uyuut Tolstoi wishes to leave Utieeia,
in. bus h. t-u pt'tvented by the aul'iori-
if f, who havti reiu-eii to it-sue a passport
io bim.
Now that, iht- Ooroiiatloo i= over, the
lli,t OJ meiiol the Metropolitan police are
'uKimi Heir holidays in turn, Tlilrieeu
lay*-' havo is the
:n the nnu, i^^^^^^^^^^^^m
It it* feared nnother tlisa-iter on tbe
vVutterhcm, Swilnerland, has oceurJed.
T>>o hro'he 6 ntimed Peartbn/Etiglisb**
men, It-ft there ou Puerfday with two
guiiiiB to moke ihe afl-eot, ai d have not
i-ume buck ytt. (.-iie.tt anxfety is lelt
and a party t f 30 men has lr.it tu lui-k for
tin- tiiis-i'.g ii.rii-i'itinms.
The Liverpool Pet's Lir.d)ii conea-
poui'eut h lite--:   I uuiierhiaud tliHteoe-
■■■al atteuilon will he given by the War
Gtiintnjasion to ihe condition of our field
aitiller*-*;  During the South Af.icau war
uur Kiiiiti wyre uuiotiouolj (fin-ranged hy
tin't*e ol the liners,   We obtained itom
any many pieces whiuh had to he
patched up btfore they could he made
LlVulive.   1'iitjii'. l.--, f leatu, a good pros*
pi-cl lluii before long uur fluid artillery
ht- tupplffd witb a weapon superior
uj lit. exieience.   If haa a  lunger
r'n^e ti.an ou; 15 puilnder, tbe muzzle
velixiij lB-gienter, and the |irbj**elile.ia
mme foi'ihitlablo.   ahould Hiie-giiii fnl-
ril .,il mat if claln ed f^r it, ihe fOvintr
it  lakie  iia  ijl.re  in  onr haii'-ries the
he ter.
lii 1.1\ Min wm:mh h,:;.
> 'i-iest tt(.i -old in B.O.
--S0I.I2 AOGNT
tteif  fh
the   ii.
J'..
lll.d   ;
i after
H.-g h-
n.n.J.i DcllVi-r.-J l-1-.-c
Ul l.aJy.s.iiiih.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
I'lttiu and fa'.cv bread. QakMnud i.ap-
t-ri**r- ot all ileBurlpiioue. Kiuits in
sea inn.
H. COLLIN50N	
Provltidal hlctnutil Ansnvr-r, late niwaycr
Van Aiulii Smelter.    Kollalilc nualyala ut
I ores, coals, etc.   ShipTUtutsaml siiiiijitiin.
at Hinelt-frH HU'wrhitciidcil. WclRlits inul
irturtiH checked. Next to tin- I.uwCtiiittn.
P. 0. Box Hn.
TNE VICTORIA ASSAY OFFICE
4« Un-cley Street, VICIORIA.
KITTO «. OOOCH
Barristers, Sollclor. anil
Conv.y.ncars	
OMui *Mlll.llow.' Bulldln,, Robcrla SI.
L*DY8MITHrB.C.
P.O. BOX 243
FOR SALE
Main- IiIm*" 8l,i w •""■ 81- A'"'
H<H«I BiU., IMvlllO (rel. Also lots 1 and
1 Mmk M, J«0 the two,
MB     Appiv
THOMAS KPIN * * NANAIMO.
Harrison Hot Springs
o-SANIIARllM-o
ST. ALICE HOTEL
This ltd!**,')(ftil licattll mul pleasure
i-fMiit, llie fiiu.'st in Atn-.'1'lca, olTeis
Unrivalled  Advantages
-"VToTlte—
TOURIST - and - INVALID
MH|*nlflccnt Scenery, l'isliiiitt, sliootlng
nontilig. llniliiiijv Sivimmiti**, VajHiv
nml PrTvnle llatlis with Massage.
THE HOTEL ■">* been complatelv
renovatecTntia rtninilabco tiinniKiioni,
electric lighting; r.rst-clflss ciiliiliic;
tmlt mid tennis (.roillnlN; rlnnmitig
drives. S|flt-tiiltil -aiccc-is in trciitmciu
of Rlieiiinaliniii, Qotlt, Kidney Trouble.
Every Comfort and Convenience.
Resident Physican.  Rates: $21 Day
M nihil' ptillitga will be inaugntattd
oiiO- iihi'i IS tie: .tt'iii Alonircai, Qiiehip^
ami  one ur two olher  porta nut yet
i'h"'en, iii-il Oaiit-tiiwn.   Thu  new  line
■all: l»e tbe result if epn'traolB httwem
the Oiinndian  govt'rnrheht und Elder-
Ilrinpflier company, Knrnese,  Withy A
! Oo., Ln),. and tlm Allan line.
;    M innger K. 0. (iray, uf tht* S ti In rn
Jriihi lit club, under wiinee rtiispicea the
12H r-fiiiil bum between Terry Met! vein
ami   Young  Oorbett  if  scheduled for
st|iieinhii U2, tuithoizt's tl.e Blateiuent
thai iht t VHil mil positively take |'la<e
at that lime, with Jamei* J, Oorbett tn
rel' ree.
Hi'iiry Puti-rmii, ihe veieran California uarslnaUi who held lliu world'a
chaiiipiousbip iu the 'SO-, hue been
slguu.1 as ttie coach uul trainer ol the
Univt-railj of California boaiiug ureV-t
There is bu ipidemic of huud in Varl-
on* r <«i te uf Por ugtd. ITorgtra of bank
notes »ii a large •*».'«I-. have been airested,
R In riea nf iiuiiiiiwiitinn and ■-■a ma*
terjal 'row lhear--eual at Lebou lime
bftn discovered, nud the gbve.ruuit nt
hae l.eandefrauded tutheexientol $600,.
000 by excise nifu Ht-cepliug bribes and
euahliig lurat b imt-ie in evade dutlee.
Btirgxirs entered Ui-btn'a b-iiiN a*. Ltsbou
Monday "-i-i" aiid Mule *100 000 They
i-ntried the bank by ti subtetriinean pafi-
Bage which tbey dug tbembelveu, and
bruke opeu the Bate.
The Iobs on the steamship service by
the liURsian governmrnt running in con-
jiitictmu with tbe L'liinet-e Kn leru railway Is uftlcialiy ei-timated ut fl 500,000
alnre the stalling of lhe i-cheuie about
two \ears ago.
Krum Pretoria il is er-tin,a<ed lhat
over £4,000,000 Ail) be atlvame l to Boer
tattners for iti-fltocki|ig,elc, Oncn are
bfinii proennd Irom Madagiucur.
The R .un. papers Biate that Mr. Kruger   hud etigagid  three  villas at Sau
hiug 'I'dicate
baa incieased
i helie will be
is m 'fi. Oue,
m H-:J.V expe«
i at 10 guint-Be
pet ■ "tt.i pfci u ou li l • iitui it irti'ijd nic-
(jsed-rd in ieiiii;.g a h.-n-e at '4i per
nioinh in ei.viir.i-i-. The 1i.nI hot hate
charging .*5 w fSo pn dav. Milk costs
18 L-er.la j er b.i'-l1-, p-ajraffln 12.20 per
gallon tin, bread 13 cents for a two potit-d
f, butter 48 uenla per poUOd, and etrgs
8 tu li cent*' each. O-ue shilling l tt>a
three poofids id' potetoee, i*arrota iwei
.1'. ptr bunch of ibree, whiskey is 6i. a
txiMIt-, at'U Bub ■'alwiuid GinniU'Sj'stout,
smalt b'lttlft*. 16* ft'. pc>du2*m, Lntin-
dries charge IH io *J0 tviHe-for washing
shirt*', 4 to ti cenm .tiech. for tiHinllter*
thit fa, and fall to recngniaB any claims
fur diimaites. Coal onlv is at a reftsou*
iMe price, w lllng at ^8.26 ner ton.
Ut Actual Cost! I
\    Roller Top
Idesks,
f, Shi onr window ilisiilav ol ilu-se
(I nisgi.ifloiral R.,11 Tup Di-sks wlilcl,
jj sin tnilsy .(T-rina (or what llipy
I oust ns Isnili-d her--.   Wa want io
S liiiikn r.io.n lor 11 larue slonk ot
l:
FURNITURE
Almost, nnw line hem.
Dmi'i mi.s this iirand opporlnn.
Hy, lint rip.ll eaily and serare jour
nliiiii-,
I The $^0 Roller Top Desk Is ■
B. Beauty.
All gooils delivered hy train |0
Laitr.iiiiili station trie ol cbBrge.
J.  H. QOOD & CO.
NANAIMO.
The Great Cash Furniture Store
T m
LADYSMftW   LfeABfei?
rv.bU.lie*. every Wednesday anil Saturday st
rite Leader Biilldfni.'corner oT First'Ave. .nd
■"reach Btreet, udyamilli, Britiih Colunilil..
T. I.'. ORAHAMK, Horn* aND PaoraniTOS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATBS.
BV Mitt nt CaniO*. »"» nmrao St»tm.
One year (.tilctly In advance) P°°
I. month, (strictly ln advance)  ' «
ADVBRTISINO RATB9.
TRANSIENT — Including business notices,
•au. for lendera, .pplicallons for and transfer of
licenses, legal notices, etc., ioc. . line first In-
■trtlon; sc. a line each .uiiseqiunl Inserllom is
line, measure to the inch.
COMMBRCIAI. ADVERTISING.
Rate, on application. No wood cuU used
Cut. for regular use should be all metal.
Marriage, Birth, Death aud Funeral notices,
each Insertion sue.
Advertisements uot Inserted for a specified
lime will be charged for until ordered lo be discontinued.
THB MtADBR will be found al llie following
places-
la lysmllh-The leader Office; Th, Udysmilli
Pharmacy.,
Nanaimo—B. Plmbury * Co.
victoria-Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels.
V.iicouvcr-Public Ubnuy. >nd Hotel..
New Westminster-Public Library.
All change. In advertlaemenla must be received
at Ihi. office before li noon the day before
'MM.
.- ski Ibera not receiving paper regularly please
teiort to this office.
An |on work ttrlctly ch on delivery.
il ....tent advertisements cash In advance.
-SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6. !*»•
*,*%t»**«v»i**^-*i*-fe*-«>*--t^'**^'-^'*r5
|  NOTICE TOJTHE PUBLIC.
|     Bubscrlberi not receiving Th.
i Liad.r regularly wlll confer a 'j
i favor by reporting promptly to
j this office.
L.DvaniTii public »< 110..1..
Thi. community ia confronted with a
moit eerloaa problem, namely what lo
do witb tbe MO children ol school age
mld.nt here, nntil the new ichool build.
ing ran be prepared lor tbeir reception.
W* tn Informed on what w. take to be
food authority, that tb. building will
not, o*n not, be ready belore Christmas,
II there ia .ny truth in tbat wt do not
•nvy Ihe ichool trustees th. time that Is
immediately .head ol them at tbe hands
ol tb. Indignant patent, ol this town,
Oa. thing i. very ele.r-Mm.thing has
to be done to accommodate th. echool
children,somewhere; ior theunfortun
at. ohildren must not be mule to suffer
became arrangements have been badly
mad. by rimebody. It is not a pleasant
contingency to contemplate, thia ol half
. thouaand school children waiderlng
about tbe publio streets because there it
no school accommodation ior them,
It baa bun suggested th.t eome ol the
num.rou, public building, in town
abould be bind lor tbair accommodation
and th.t a start be made at once in holding regular classes. No doubt tome re
lief oould be tenured lu thi. way; at all
.vents, lomethlng should be attempted
Th. tlm. loat now will he hard for
many ol th. scholars to make up later
on, and it doe. not give lb. young peo-
pi. wbo are at a critical period of their
.Indie, e fair chance In the competition
lo which they .re inevltalili exposed
nowaday, in trying to push il.emtelvea
lorw.rd.
W. hop. th.t torn, move will lie mad.
in tb. direction ol baeteulng on tbe
building ol th. ichool or opening tern-
porary icbools, to th.t tbe woik ol edn<
oalion en be cerri«d on somehow.
DID OUB BEIT,
Thank, to Ihe broad public spirit ol
tb. uMutlv.oi the Ladyemith Board ol
Trade, and mora eapeci.lly ol Its worthy
pn.t-.ant, Mr. P. II. Marshall, the villi
lag Briliib journalists were not permit.
lid to pan Ladjimiil.'a door without
•topping lo break bread with ns. They
will without doubt cherish pleasant ncolleotion. ol th. half honr spent
'tii h.a newett ud most enterprising
ally ol tb. (treat Weil, and w. bop. wlll
■ot nil to give our fair, little town a good
***r**c*S
1ADTSMITH   LEADER SEPTEMBER 10. 1908.
write up," in th. influential newspapers which they reorment..-  -p
It iraa-just like thole lellow^diiwii tha'
line .to w.tte th. tlm. ol th. visitor, .a
tbey did ao tbey Ihould hav. non. (or
mora Important placea like Ladyimith,
but we made tb. beat oi . bad Job, and
it wai a leather in onr cap to gat tbem to
atop off ber. at all.
We aball keep a shining eye upon the
tbe varloua Old Country papere which
come thli way and any relerenea to
Lidyimilh wiil be duly chronicled.
The editor of tbit paper ia personally
acquainted with two of the party, with
one of them particularly well; old com.
radea ol tb. pencil j and II wae most unfortunate to be "nnder Ib. weather" at
such . time.
There can be no queitlon that those
gentlemen wlll do Britiih Columbia limply incalculaula good with Iheir ladle
pent, They will probably turn a str.am
ot sturdy Brltiah, immigration .into th.
Northwett and thit Province, and lend
hern many a man wbo will be a lower
of strength to hia adopted country.
Thoie jsunts by intelligent and ..ul*
tured j-iurnaliatt are splendid tbiuge (or
opening the eyes ol the.people ol widely,
aeparated portioni of the Empire ae to
bow tbe people in other portione live,
tadfsmith Welcmnss and Entertains
Them for a Few Minutes.
One le amaied that human beings can
cling to iucb a hell on earth ai Martinique, after what bae happened. It ie a
good example of tbe fact that hardy human nature ean get nied to anything.
We should like to aek Mr. Ralph
Smith, M.P., If he knows what haa become of that Dominion Government offl-
elal wbo left Ottawa some months ago
to eaamlne Lidysmitb harbor as to
lighting. We would like to know If he
failed to And the place or went astray In
the mails.
Last Friday the party of Britiah j-ur-
aalists who are touring C.-i-adu, \- -ft Victoria on the steamer Yoiiemite, bound lor
Orofton and other points along the East
Coast of Vancouver Island. They were
accompanied by the Hou. Ool. Pi ior,
minister of mines; Mayor Haywuid, ul
Victoria; Mr, G. L. Oourtnuy, of the 15.
A N. Ry;; and other dietlnguifihed
people.
The party spent, so much lime viewing
tbe operation of luuiberingnl Cheimiinii,*
camp and mills that very litile time Wat-
left in which to visit Ladysmith and .Extension mines hb had been arranged.
Half tbe party boarded the Yoseuiite and
went direct to Ninnim-i. whilst life -o
inalnder came up here hy speoiul train
from Chemaiiius,
They were received here by Hie executive of the Board of Trade, headed bj
Mr, P. U. Marshall, president. .So
pressed for time were the party thai it
was only Mr. Marshall's diobI hospitable Invitation tbat Induced them to
laud and repair to Wit. M-iruhali' - tevidence, where Mrs. Mumball assisted
bv Mesdames Soriven, .Kiddie,
Freel and Jeasop, bad provided
a sumptuous luncheon. A viry
pteaBant half-hour was spent uml au excellent impression was made upon ihe
visiting newpapermen aB to Ladysmlih'B
hospitality. Tbe strangers departed ex*
pressing great regret tbat Ibey had not
been able to inspect Ladyimith closely.
Tbe thanks of the citizens are cor tat lily doe to Mr. and Mrs. Mart-ball for the
manner ln which they sustained ilm reputation cf this town on lhat roemotahii-
occasion, and Thk Lkadbu actual! d by
a lively sense of tin obligation iintUr
which it has been placed* by them, nnd
alao by the Board of Tratie executive',
most cordially extends Kb individual
thanks.
Tbe newspapermen went on to Nan-
a mo on the special, arriving there nbout
4*M!4*MW^.mm!4Jl%&*f4m<4
i min ran,
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CAVE CAS.Km I
Editor Leader:—Along with otheri I
heard ol the wonderful device (hat
gained .pplauie and aecond priae in the
procession at Nanaimo on Labor Day
and b.ve also heard It called an Insult
lo our own town, bnt perhopa there .1.
two things which we lorg.t, first. Id
Nanaimo ii in the potition ol tbe lot
who laid "Tbe Grapoi are Sour," wh".
he could not reach them and aecondly,
they may h-ve applauded tbe laet thai
when Lailysmitb it Incorporated she
will have a good nvenna Irom lhe dog-
tax, ae it ft unquestionable that I r
every person who hu com. from Eaten
lion to L'tdyimlth we h.v. had three
di.gt, and tbe proipecd .re favorable
for a large addition iho.tly, therefoie we
can be generout wilb onr friendi and
forgive the applause given to a cur.
OBSERVER.
■OT .HOT TO CITHEN.
Editor Leader:-Id regard to "Clii
ten's" anxioni wiih (or Ib. "fat fellow"
to expl.in bia ticklish position on Labor
Day, I will try to explain. In Ih. flnt
place I am juat as much . ciliten ol
Ladyimith a, the inn-beaded fellow
wbo ilgn.d himself "cltiasn." I am
on. ol Ihe uteful man who make good
oitiiens ol any town, at you know that
it it the workingmau tbat la needed to
make a good town. How ioig
would thla town .Und II It wa. fllleil
witb meu .11 following inch useless
occupation at my "oitlsen" friend?
alraid I think ol manual labor. I .ma
member ol. union j as my Iriend ahould
know then la . teamster.' union in
town and at a teameter I, with
otheri, went to Nanalmo to celebrate
and help otheri to do tbe lame, I did
nit go to And fault with how people en.
joyed themselves whether Irom Nanalmo
nr Ladytmlth, One thing mora I will
tell you "clliaen," th. m.J irlty ol ui
"sklnnere" .re natural-born clll.on. ol
tbit country: we are not emigrant! or
imported ussiest tramps, we at. not
.(raid ol hard work or ev.n ashamed lo
lee any ol onr names in print, w. ar.
too manly to attack any man behind a
uom-de-piome. One thing thi. "f.t
fellow" would (Ike to know la bow many
bonaea in thla (own do yon own? I am
certain you own not one «■ big oa that
one on the boggle. Hoping, Mr. Editor,
I am not taking ap too much ipse, 1
will not aniwer "citlien" unless h.
comet out under hll p.m.., I know
bim but th. publicdon'iknow"cltiaen."
JAB.WINTEMUTB.
Ladyimith, B.C., Sept. 8tb.
FOR SALE—Horn, and Lot tituated
on French Unit, opposite P.y Office,
lot eight, block six, Apply lo Liader
offlc
THE BRITISH JOURNALISTS.
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l'ii..i 1..hi.,.in...' is ...,, r-visFil in*'-
iiriuiiiim rit Full *ji'|i; -.. •     . ,
Koliiwna—Bvplemher I7ilt, IP li
Varnon—September 22inl, SIM, 24ih
Kamloops — Scpteiuliiir 24l>, -''*» l>.
20th.
Islands- Iv O.it.
L'sngley-tenieuiiiei' 17th.'
Mat.li- Bull...- Sepipinher I81I1.
-.lireii.n—Sspii mber III b.
Barmy—September 211 d,
Ladner—Soptembtir 2(l-.!i, 27l!i.
Elolimoinl—OctolisT 7ili, R'.'n.
CeDtral Park—Pepti-mlinr 2(1 h, 27tli.
Snanioli— Seplemher -20 Is, 27.li.
Onqnitlani—Hepttnilj?. 27th.
AurssIz—Si-pteratier Ili'li.
Chilliwaok—Septeiiitaet- 24',h, 25th nml
Mill,
.Nannlmo—Snp'niiilirr III lli, 2(llli,
Ooinoa—Seplninl)i-i Mill,'Koili,
Salmon Ami—September 26i.li.
jl8lii:roll-.Si'|it.".!hi.r'.'.r.h,2(i'li.
(Inwiiiliini—Mpn'.-niliiii 211th, 27t!i.
Non   IVi-sHiili' '-i-S-,.1 inlaw, 30 1 ,
AV GOMRORTABLE iiMB
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IHXItilASi:   III'   hl.HM.IWl Ml.,!-
ol,'a"l»lrr.
IS THB MiSIRU Ol- US ALL
Furniture, Carpet., Linoleum.,
Wollpnpr, Cin'iains, *£
Crockery, Olnsswnc, Etc., Etc. +
*«Sfr* X
there's Comfort In Our Qood> *
Eyeryihiiiii In inVnisb_a home ln   *
innilnsl or t'ln1'!!.nte style.     Wilte   *
ior our I..,«>- c.itnlo|iiiH (free) Ulna-
tiii'.ed and prilled (a store in itself).
WEILER BROS.,       VIOTORIA
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iCoal!   -   Coal!
OotiPtil JI. \
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Mr. t-Jeorsa I
tu U.iwaon hy
turere' Aeflocia
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hu OauLdhu
■ in to Uiako
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Alani
then
exai'nfnation Into the bu-dueBS proepec'B
of the Yukon Territory* He Ins isaiietl
hii (<ili in! ri-jinit, nnd it ie decidedly
peB/dinifltlc, Trie total yii Id ul f/obl l?et
year i'i the Klundiko was fSI.ODO 0^0.
The pi.idiiciion of Uiu ruining y ht.ic-
cordlu^ to the a ve'rnuiWt ^BtimaVee,
will not exceed $14,000,6.30, u ftitliug < IT
of nearly oue*balf, Nu uow dtsuuvei'it s
have been m ide fur over a veer.-.l'.lt'High
since ISU7 ihoueande of proapectors have
been ex pi in lug every creek and uiumi'
rain in the cutinlry. At D.iwfipp Mr
Hees repnrte 10 ajiplf^nuie foi iviy jih
yet boatload afielr boatl*)dd''6l men con
tiniie to arrive, ibe truneportati-*n w ni
pnnies keeping up the illusinii iibj-nul
tiat. D* a Bun is tlie noedy-tftan's para*
■Uho.
WE ARE LEAVING.
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But before going we wish to dis|»«e of our entire
Stock, Comprising Men's, Women's ami. Children's
Boots and Shoes. Also u very choice selection of
Ladiei' Jackets, Capes und Waterproofs,
From one of the leading British Manufacturers
The Very Latest
Also Men's Underwear aud Heavy Tweed Hants, etc.
Everything Extraordinarily Cheap—We want to leave by
the 18th instant so take advantage of this grand opportunity to save money.
DAVIES'S STORE
8 o'clock. Tbey went d-wu the c ihI
mines, and saw the other Hon**, uud-1
tb« auspices ol the Board nf Tnule, -hen
Went toVinoouver ou the Vnseiplle tu
catch the tastb imd express to Montreal,
There ii little duitb that Ladysiniib
will receive at least mention in tin'articles whioh will be vrltlen about this
portloo of tbo nip, but ii te. a pi y that
more time wns hot allowed here,
THAT LICENSING COURT,
Applications Are All Withdrawn Until Further Notice.
Not much bnaiiHBS was done by the
licensing court fur South KhimIuio dis-
trtetoo Saturday tnNaualinoiiIty, a- "he
following Hem from the Free Prccii nf
that place will show;
A session of the HcenslFii court v. as
advertised fur 2 p.m. today, but no entir|
was held beeau-e tbure was .ioMiiiik to
oome before tua eooiinl-js'onors. Af>pli
cations had beeu mA.de by Htuli Uite-),
John Tba, August I>:ndoiiir-i and O 0.
Johnstone, of Kxteuuiin, for iransfeis
Of tbeir Hceuse.1 tu Ladvmiih, but tliesi
appltiiatlons were withdrawn before ihe
hour appointed for the cdut tu 1 pi n.
These application 1 wil' bo tiled niiain in
the course of a couple of dai a. F, M<B.
Vonng in actluK fir the appltn in-e,
Tub Lkaukr baa nut been able bo f r
to learn why lhe uppticuM •ut* w-prr whh
drAwu. tt is under stood thn< ih" mi
meeting end all Mlbftqiiftiit m-Minr n
iuth Nd naimo H«en«iiii<,cou*t wi|j '*.
held In South Naualuio dUtiiot.
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HI eHEWIHS CO.!
Nanaimo, 8. C,
111 ANTI-ACT I! RI'KS OK Tlli-;
J Choicest Lag-er, Ales, Beer t
I and Porter. t
I COLD STORAGE-l-'irMdnM^fiiclHties ?
'•* for the storage of meati, egg*, pmiiiry, j
.*  Vegetijlileu, etc., etc. X
•f"f+-H»f*+'l**|-). t->i-i ^.|..(..i.; 4 t -'..,"K"'-1-
4  A Inrgc stock of tlioi-iugldy st.i-ioiicil
t   Ituiiber—tst nud .mt i-!*i-i constantly on
Quotntluns cheerfully given.
John W. Coburn, j
MaUAi'liia lliiii'i-'ri.n, T
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Wellington Colliery j
Company, Ltd. X
£ Wellington Coal   Best household coal on the Pacific ♦
i Coast I
I Coinox Conl—Jtest .'team coal on the Pacific Coast I
X Alexandria Coal—Finit-class gas, steam and house- I
!• hold coal t
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J The above coals are mined only  by  the  Wel- I
, Hugton Colliery Company.     Wharves at'Ladysmith, J
* Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Baynes Sound. ♦
t Head Office
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Victoria, B. C
Ban   Prtrnclhco A«ency.
I R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
* 340 Steuart St.
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I Of the fact that the Leader Job Room is
J now doing all kinds of Printing—com-
I mercial, legal and society—at very reason-
J able prices.
We Print
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I -Bill lit-aila
* — S.Httiiitiitn
T "Nult> Hrails
* —Mpiiiiiiuiiilnin HhsiIh
-j. — I'ltlVl'IO|lH«
_ — Business Uanla
J —Stock CBrtilltatas
•j. —I.P|iiil lllauliB
T — Witlilinti Iiivilationi
'1 —Fllnoial jVniioiinciments
* -Tlt-licls
•^ — Proitihiiniifn
% —PampliIMB
* — (lutalnytirfl
_ —Wiiiilow Cards
'.y —flftiiiiets
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Everything
Having the latest type fuccs and borders,
and modern machinery, we produce only
the   best   work — Printing that attracts
The Leader Job Room
I   Ladysmith, - g, Qt
A. C. Wilson,
Florist,
Funeral IVnuttlis, elu., WBildlnn' Boll
qiifltsin ev-ry stile, Orilars prumptly
attended to, -NANAIMO, B. 0
MiifoTndrepaired, All wmk
Hii'iiaiitiifd. liBwdion in-
viipil; ■•
lliiiiicsi Repairing a Specialty.
At S. Christie,
LADYHMITIf,  Bi.r.,
J.KENNY,
,.. ijWld L«moii«ile, Si.(- fMnk-of
alllvlnds.   Finlts, l-.r-lry, Breail,
—rok- - -
finest Tobacco and Clears
CALI, AT THR
LADYSMITH  BAKERY.
C. M. CHALMERS,
Manufacturer of
All kinds of Harness, Collars, Sad
dies, etc. Also a Large Stock of
Trunks, Grips and Valises, to be
had Cheap.
Mail Orders Promptly AUended to
The_Crescent,        Nanaimo
The Weehly Post-inteHiffencer
Stittli, With.
Ni.liO.ly can adlmllii tx ..llhocl li, an the
leltliriilililciinysorili's irecli. I'nini, Add list
luiiriniits.   sample cipy on application.
All For Oni Dollar a Yaar. UDIBMITH LEADER,  SEPTEMBER 10.
SALE OFUJVDS
FOR UNPAID TAXES.
In the South Nanaimo Assessment District, Province
of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice tbat on Saturday the 18th day of October, A.D., 1962, at'the hour of
ten o'clock, forenoon, at Ladysmith, B.C.
I shall sell at Public Auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said
list hereinafter set Out, for the taxes remaining unpaid by said
190*.
December, A.D,
Geor
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Nanaimo District,
Greenivny, .liilin	
Knisi, w .1........ :	
Fleldina Ricliaul
Fleldm., Fred. .1
Fieldinv, .1 s. A
Fieldine (.! A W
Perry, ,1,
Texada Island
Lee. T. H
Siiniiniiii, K. \.
Slain'iird, J. I,
Abrnlils, J.iIhi .
Ata-ell, It'. D....
Brelster. Q1-0...
Bretl, Ssniu il ..
Bushune iviii..
Oonhralie, A. R
Dsvis   I.i.unar.i
Kills, 1,11 I, sip
Folny, T. E.
Fruser, ,T. I)
J1I11H1111, ]■;. a
.(.nuts, D-.viil
Kldtlte, Thmpai
Kirk Lake Minim: 0.
La Roy, J.iht
Le It-iy, Bib1...
Lftitiv,  Minn
Menz'Ss, Jno. A
MenitialiBin   II
illcKe viJ, Alex
McLein, M. A
MoLsod. W. H
MoSeil, A
ii*.l;lilini?nle, ,1ns.
Psxlnn,0
Fllut, M
Raftery, W.J
Sand us.
Smith, I-
Upton, (
Woodhn,
(laulsfli.1
Olinii-, I),1,
Cochrane, A. R	
DiiBrillK A Mur ,|rt.n
Giliilirial, Jm
Lyons, Unlit
Ni.thola, Oeo. K.
Stritoilierii, Wm
Snmmers, Jas.
Summers A MeLt.
Thompson, Joseph	
Thompson, H.iiinnl	
Urqnliart, ll.A
MoOoun, Djrti	
Raven Oupner nud Gold bii.
Spmtt Coiiptir aril Gotd Oo
Wilson, William
Douglas District
Pre-"!.'", IV
Hili..,, H. 1,
II ...Of   III', II. I' 	
.J0s»u, .lo'il .,..	
Bright District.
Keen, J s and John
Mason, Hobt
Uabrlola Island,
McKenzle, 0. 0. Est. nl,
Nilsnn, John
Rivers, Koht
Hansen, Alii
MntlulUc, Geo
Wyllif, John Mrs.    ___________
Small Island, near Kuper Island.
James, K ^^^^^^
Sangater bland,
Moss, Mortis, I'l.t. of	
Lasquetl Island.
Moss, Motrin, Ket. nf,
H'lilihinmi, Rilit., E.i.nl..
Wither, Tliomae
Jeffrey, Rib'
Ransom, W. B,
Anderson, Stephen
Buns, Waller
Jeffrey, Alfrei
Jeffrey.,- Abnhnm.	
iSttivmr , .l.ilin «....
Thetis Island.
Fosler, R.ibt, Kst. of	
Oyster District
W>lk«,r. Gc
D.v'ls, 0, I
R ki. r.'.ivi.K..
Bryaui 4G.Hi
l'i'T"ii,(;,ii!ii-iii.„ B
fUiriiiuii's. Arilinr	
Oliitrcnill, Nalliail 1
0-.k,E,lfc..r ."
Illrpsr. Ernes'.,..,  ',
K. an,. Ohas. k,',	
Klrni. II ,1      	
Manln, R li	
Md"! ml. A::■ iii.s'.V.'.'.'.'
esrs, ,1 iltn	
Soiiilii-o nlip "ii 1	
<(ir.i..,j„.    	
Wsls.ni, .I,,,,
Wain, IJ„r,,.
Olay, s,iin,i„i
Mountain District.
Hi hnil, .1,,
Badcoclc, W
Jeiilitlah islands.
'•'■"•up,,,!,, |J  v
Williams, sit'
Wuliau,-., JT
ge Thomson*
ASSESSOR
South Nanaimo Assessment District,
Ladysmith, EO,
TYEE SMELTER PROGRESS.
Now Being Installed and
Buildings Finished.
Although there r? tn "is yet * good dee I
o(solid hni?l tvoilt to hellone b^f.ire the
the Trfli 0 'jiihi UuiUpi nv'i'smtilter here
eau be blown in, the work is ht-irig
puahcJ, -.head as fast as possible, and the
prospects are favorable fur a start on
smelting uperali(»1 nut very far from
the date hoped for by the ma tinge pient,
Ail the hig work lin* ht-en dime, Ti e
massive oh 'ranter of the wi.rk nr*,w being
d nt* ban to bf et't-ii tu be appreciated
proper!) ; ll i- not tb" kind of woik tint
c-w be" ru*hed " ahtmassfuily,
The labor, lor iii-iutm-H. 'if Htmring the
trio ltd ni -'ie two spurn of railway line!
which run in from tne main Hue of the
K. A N. mi I way uttlio emelter bu-ldinge,
was oue uf gie-t* difficulty, tv-in.* tu tl e
t'Ugh nature of the ground, the Immense
iiutiiher uf tli'iv-tinted c'liinp' nnd tbe
quantity of builders tba: had lo he
removed. T i- wmk fs now (veil foi*
vvtinl and trains will lie running np and
down iu u day or two
ground of original cmn.io-.itim it would
find it much more comfortable, and ('he
sine qua nou with tbe Free I'rues) Fu
Cheaper, and it*-* reudem wuuld hn ntn»i
more eddied.
PHHtftlNAL.
TELLUS IN TROUBLE.
In a Fog and
Propellor Shaft,
Shiittly after leaving Sao Krancis-
her -.rea-nt trip t'rLidvsmi'h the steam*
er Teliu»i Capt.  Pi<il4rtiaii.
(lei)--e fug.   Keeling  Imr
all. ly with th
in Ladysmith   on
Newcastle Townslte
Field, W. H
Rawlinson, Cuat> ,
Barlow, Oeo , „
Parish, Heiuv, Kit. of.
Durrant, 0. W.
Pbllpott. W. H
Carter, 0. H	
Caiman. Thoiuar*.]^^^^^^^^^
Daw ler, James	
Harper, Jos	
Harris, John Mre	
Lawrence, Ivmii-
Lewis, 0. T.
Lowen/(1. .I,,..
Lowen, 0, Mrs.
Sebl.J. J	
Perry, John
l»l*T tll'lliV  i *< tm «.
Ou Mond.y itlg'ii N ■naimo Free Prtil
printed whet it ivJled *'*i rumor ou the
Hii-ifi,'' purporting lo ha a statement
fiat ibe theiiff ti <«1 tak'-.i piMFeidoit
of Ex a -sii'ti mints '0 behalf i
Mr, Sh jib nl, !• pn- fining the I'.iitic
Improvement Company,
It is not necessary for The LbaDim or
any other paper fo 'aku the tiotible of
iiiveatigHting ibiH (-xtraordiiiHiy slury;
the Free Pres.-) itself lu the same article
does all that, ehotfibg ooilcliilively that
there was nut even tbe Biunluw uf ground
Ior the malicious yam. It wae contra'
dieted wherever authorities were consul ttd.
Yet, filth is the dearth of news in
Nanaimo and of oom mon temv and com-
ntni decency in the Free Pre** office the
lalaehot d had to be iit-ed, or the euflV-r*
tug readers of lhe Fr--e Puns would have
had to peruse another half-column of
slaty cent plate matter. If the Free
Press would stick entirely to plate matter aud not wander into the dangerous
ran inlo a
lug  Iht  way   through
ie bonigoiiiff.phe suddenly
MiiU'-h into the Bohoouer 0. N. Ki 1-
hoiind for 'l-Vlseo.  The Tellus! iron
diced the buhooiier down to tie
iviiti i'h edge.Hiid fura time things looked
dubious,   A ham-er was passed aboard,1
the H'-hc-i'iHT, the Ti-ilu3 etaudiuit by hi
a wbHe.   The Kellogg's  captain after
r> rkoiiing ilaiiifics and finding hn hud
no! uhangeJ Iiin rlfetinatiun fiiun 'Kr'ai'o
tu U.tvy Jones'locker, cant off lhe line
and sailed off.   The Tel'iii then came
norih  under  forCHd   draught  aud  un*
bii'lttly broke one of her pmpellnr shafts.
-She unstained nodamace In the t ti-a
wlili tht- K' Hogg. : xci-ntfome paint
tat
rubhi d ii
' her bows.
AN   KNTERPRIiINU    *1IH(IIIM.
Mr. W. H. L;vilv, the Ft nt Avenue
jeweler, ueriHiuly bit ths popular faew
to a .lot when oti Saturday (light laet be
sprung upon theili his new «ianioplione
wfUi a battery of iivcly luuri. of tbe
m-ifU. popular vaiiety. TheiTi>wd iWtfhd
hi" store during theconcert,sliowed liow
mm-b tbo treat, wns. enjtiyed, and:hon
tniiitb tbe novellvwas appreclatfd. Mr.
Lively has distinguished himself on more
than one on-aslon lately with bis public
sp'Mi.Hiid be-Mtiiiot fnil to reap his re-
War' in popular approval, for the pub*
lie believes In enterprlsii. Ii la generalL-t
bopid that- Mr, Livc,y will nut grovf
wpary with Ihlskimlof well-duing, Tna
Lkaokr believes he couUrapUtt-e sti1)
ftiiiher pleapiiiit fhnckfl for lhe aoniisr*
iiM-iit'loviiig public of I.aihfmiUt, :u d
Is already preparing a Ohriptmas surprise, which will eclipse all lot mer effurle I
Aid. Plariia was
bii-iqe-?" Saturday.
■In Ige UanisoQ wa*. a p-tssanger to
the eupitnl Smurd-ty rnnrniug.
Mr. Ralph Smiih, Al P., on Saturday,
gave tisdyeintfli a cull.
Mr. Thee. Kit oh in was down Paitird.iy
on Ids utuial bitdiness trip.
Mr. J. H. Simpson, Nau^ltno Imrris-*
t- r, waa a p&6-*,eng<*n' tn the OapiUl Uun-*
■lay evening.
.Mr. A. R. Johnston, paid Ladysmith a
'ui=iin <■(* visit Saturday.
Mr, Thumbs Djheeou and wife of Nan-
dmn, drove into Ladysmith on business
VIonday. They returned In the afler-
uuon.
Mr. John Kiddie, civil engineer for
the Tyee Copper Company, left Lady-
•in i i'h thia morniug in resume his stud iee
itOotuell Uuivcraity, New York. He
.H.i-oniin-inied by bfs brother, Mr.
lieu. It. Kid.Hp, who goes lo New York
to t 'lir- up his art studies at the Art
Lentf-he of New Yoik.
LADYSMITH SHIPPING.
, Str. Tellnc Capt. PaderBon, arrived
fiom StH Fraiioiscj on Sunday and
loaded her usual oargo of Wellington
coal for the pmnit* pirt, sailing again yes-*
terdiiy luornipg,
Tug Mystery called Sunday for fuel.
Thu Sin Mateb; Oapt. Fletcher, arrived Siitiday for a cargo of Wellluton
coal, V-.te is one of the regular Nau.-iiuio-
Porl' Lie A-igeles line.
RAMBLER'S NOTES:
The [rsiJ h a 1 right, Tommle.
RiiuniVsnf a Liberal meeting next Saturday night.
Wn't-r J meo went to Nanaimo on
" Bi**" l»st week. •   ,,   fc"f*
R-ilph .Smith, M.P., was in town Sat-
uiiinv, lonklug into postnnlce matter!.
Ii Ut lo be !t'i;i-(i bu does the right, thin. -
that is, i( he tjaniH'.t help^dqix't let bin
nurt A-i'Oor man, Some whispers i»f u
chahgh of ii'M'.mafiter, Petition paid ;o
bY' in circulation. .v
Said Ralph Smith hae his eye on a
building lot here and will go to work m
tfiitension mines, If he can get • job,
nvbB*A __
LADYSMITH LEADER. SEPTEMBER 10. 1908.
X
If you're in
Nanaimo this week
and have not money enough with you to
buy a suit and hat, you can select them
anyway, pay a small deposit, we'll lay
tbe package aside uutll pay day.
You'll save from $3 to $5 on your purchase.
-5 percent, off Suits.
30 per cent, off Hats.
There's nearly 100 suits to select from,
Your choice of any hat In Ihe store
{except "Stetson's"!. New Kill Goods
Included.
—THE—
G. D. SCOTT CO.,
LIMITED.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
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Oa Sunday a number ol «ood-iized
bmh firea were going all around Ladyimith.  _
Quite a nnmber ol bush Bres are raging
along Ih. E. 4 N. track, liBtween here
and Nanaimo.
The laet ol the pipe lor the waterworks
il expeoUd to arrive here thii week.
Then lor a waah 1
II it la a nice clock yon .re looking (or
w. have them Irom (LOO to ♦18.00. W.
H. Lively, Ladyemitb's Leading Jeweler
An important meeting of the Lady
smith Liberals la talked ol ior Saturday
Bight. Many tbink it la time to organise.      . ,
Mary had a little ring;
It ihon with beautv ran.
Sh. uid it was ber engagement ring
And waa bongbt at Lively', More.
LOST/—Fentan Bald medal, 18(16,
•liver, with name W. HPtrarn engraved
on the edge, Finder will be rewarded
on returning same to W. Hilborn, Ladyimith hotel.
The Woodmen ol tbe World held their
regnler meeting Mond.y night.   Some
THE KEITH HOUSE
VICTORIA CRESCENT, NANAIMO
Visitors from Ladyamith and district
will find In this well-appointed bouse all
the home comforts. Lunches for lady
shoppers a specialty.' Terms atrictly
moderate. Servicj and cuisine first
class.
HISS B. KEITH, Prop, uid Mgr.
DR.  J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johniton Blook,      •     Nanaim), B. C
P. O. Boi, 37, Tel. 145,
Villi!    Lsdyimith   every Saturday,
Houn Irom 9 a, m. till 5 p. in.
Abbo'tilord Hotel.
Get Married
and buy one nf the following:
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Table Sets.
We are juet unpacking some of the
lateat patterns Iu China and glaetware,
(•a and cofft-e cups. Oome and have
first choice.
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmith,       • B. C.
Hardware,
•*.
Stoves,
Tinsmith,
Plumbing,
Agent for S.  VV. Paint.   McOlery'e
mm and Ranges.
15< new members being initiated,
gaulzer Aubin is doing good work,
Or-
Those dinner sete at Role ton'a are
beauties, 	
The Joan will leave Vancouver Sunday
evening at 0 o'clock with tbe excursion*
iste for Ladyemith.
Guns, riflee, ammunition of all Vim's
at RolBton's.
FOUND—A sack of clover aeed on
road south ol Ladysmith. Owner can
have same by paying eipeneee. Apply
to A, 8. Christie.
Mr. Isaac Gould has completely trans*
formed the interior of hia popular hall,
doubling ite size and seating, capacity aud
improving ita scout-dice considerably.
See tliuup nobby toilet sete at Roleton's.
Notice ie drawn to the advertisement
which taki a up moat of the third page ol
The Leai>kr iu tbie iceue, concerning
the Baleuf land fur taxes in South Nanaimo district.
FOR SALE—A gaud paying bneincaB
on High Btreet, cheap. Also limine aud
lot. good well. O.'cupaute leaving ou
accouut of ill health. Apply to T. 0.
McKenelly, High Btreet reetaurant.
Vancouver and back for if 1 00, Sunday.
38. Joan. Laet chance thin eeaaoo.
-•natch it.
FOR SALE—On High street, a house
suitable for bearding house or hotel,
two Btorey building. Tetms easy.
Apply to C.  H.  MeLeod, High etreet,
See those pretty glass table seta at
Rolston's.
NnmbBrsol local " sports" have derived great amusement from gatSlug
half-dead salmon, in a rotten state, running up the neighboring creeke. Those
"sports" rnuet be of the "dead game"
varietv.
Meet yon Transfer wharf at 8 15 Sun*
day morning, to catch Joan for Vancouver.
The entertainment given by Mm
Pauline Johnson and Mr. MrCraye In
Ladyeuiitb Methudist church Thursday
night, was not patronized eo well as
euch a capital entertainment ehould
bave been. It was a treat such ae ie eel-
dom enjoyed in Ladyemith.
Lively repaire ail kin In of English.
Swiss and American watches.
From the fragrauie of tbe occasional
whiff tu l.e obtained duriuga etroll ah ut
town one e-<uld wauer anything thai the
subject of typhoid fever wlll be op '
discussion before Ihe pretent suniu.er
cuiuta tu au end, if something la i
dune tu prevent uiiB-uiitary conduct.
Mr, Peter Tt-uta, First avenue, was
severely Injnrtd about the lower part of
the budy while at work in E a tension
Luiueo Monday. He was caught b.'t-veen
Bume boxes and the brattice, Mr.Tiuez
was brought to his uunie Iu Litdysiniib
and yesterday uioruiug ivaeatmt down to
Jubilee Hospital, Victoria lor treatment,
Several pereone are reported us having
Buffered badly cut feet while bathing iu
the little bays oppuBiie L-uly-suiitb, due
to broken bottles thrown into tbe water
juet where they would be trodden on by
bathers.. The punishment of the criminal-Idiot who emasheaa glias bottle and
leaves it on a road or In shallow water
ehould be left to somen! bis victims.
To the Public.
Notice te. hen by given that a portion
of tbe uew public school building a ill be
opened ou Monday morning, September
15.h, 1902, for the use of pupils intending to piepare for the High Snbool en
trance examinations.
For the Trustees,
A. S. CHRISTIE.
Ladysmith, B.C., Kept, 9 h, 1902.
Whirr!
Bang! Bang!
Onr guns are arouse getters. Try
one Monday and see the feathers flv.
Ammunition oiieapnat lateit and
best; shooting jackets, belts, gun
oases and covers iu vast variety.
While we can supply GROWNUP
SHOOTERS with all they want we
alio	
teach the young Idea how to shoot
School Booki and Supplies  Galore .1
Rook Bottom Prices.
CORY S. RYDER,
IRON CASH STORE, FIRST AVENUE,
UDYSMITH, B.C.
Shotguns. Rifles
Ammunition und all Kinds
of Sporting Goods. .   .   .
SAMPSON'S CASH STORE
Commercial St. NANAIMO, B.O
Wideawake boy a can make money Belling tbe Ladysmith Leader, Apply at
Leader otHce.
If yon want to get a nice ring remem*
ber we can make anything you want,
W. H. Lively, Jowelor.
RKGIBTBIlKn OKKIOE
PACIFIC IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
A. P, SHEPAItl),
A. and i.
TO AM. UONORT-tNKti •—-
i',0. ilbx SOU,
VlOTOtllA, H O,
Mr, H. N. Piltibury le herehv atiHioi
'zed ae iny representative nt L-uiyi mill
and Union to receive and receipt lot
coal cargne* account of the PHfiiHc Improvement Com pan v.
A. I>. 8HEPAR1..
MILLS   BROS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Meita.
Poultry   nnd   Vegetables.   Came in
season.   Shipping orders attended to on
eh' rt nolice, -   '
R. B. ANDERSON,
Inventor of the new sytmn of car
bide for acetylene lighting the
20th century light, Pur cheapt-r
than old system, maenilMent re*
suite; no waete of gas; 100 per cent.
pure white soft light at trilling coat.
Plumbing and metal worktm* in all
ite branches. Gun repairs. Correspondence solicited.
BASTION ST.,
NANAIMO
UP TO DATE DYEING I
That's our kind.   A card wiil bring full
information aod pricee.   Mtike a parcel
of any clothing to clean, dye or repair,
and oddrese to
CRESCENT DYE WORKS
B. D, HILL, Prop. NANAIMO.
Freight paid one way,
ALBERT E. HILBERT,
Funeral Director.
Prompt attention given to all call-**, night
or day, Long Distance telej.ih.ine No, 124
Bastion St,, Nanaimo, B.C.
NOTICE.
In Ibe matter of the estate ul  Ruhr-it
KHjiatrick, deceased,,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice te hereby given that all persona
having idalme agaliie't.-.a estate of the
ah ive named Robert Kilpattlh*-, deceasr-d
vhodiwi im or about the 2ltd day ol
Inly, 1902, art* required on or before the
I-i day of O.-'nher, 1902, to send by
n -at., prepaid, tir deliver lo ihe under*
Igiied s-dlflilnr for D.ud-I (Cllp'atrick,
William Rus-ell, and Effie (Jalfnn Kil
.-» rick, the Exec uf or b ol thu last Will
Hnd Teei'iueni of the Haiti deeeaisfd. full
i-i: iculiirB of ihe chump, duly vnitit*d,
and tie nature of ttie Heciirllies, i' a by,
h»t I i y them,
iVti ii't ii further given thai, on such
last mentioned day the ><Rid exeoiu-trn
will  prooeed  to distribute the c.iu o
uf   the    il-  i'H*ed    among"!    ihe    pin
lit-N enilth d tiu-rt'tn, hnyliig regard
only to ibe ida'lniH which luj Mini]
have llidti resolved*, ' ami iha I. f e
saiil Ex-iMitora will not be Hit bin 1 .i
the B.iid e'-tatf or any part llieteof 'o
any person or persons ol whata claim
notice eh all not have Ijeeo.rettiiyed by
tht in w ihe lltiii* at t-itch disirlhufluu.
And N dice ia further given Hint ah
persons   Indebted   In   the   into   Ri'iflt
fCllpatri' k,   are   mjnt eted lo pay  tbe
Slime to ihe niulerpitt'fii fnrlhalih,
IC   M   YARWOOD,
S liciior ir the Kxecul >r«,
Nicui .1., H.O.
Date' tin* 82nd day nf -\ngu- , lOOlj.
 I'-ni- - prv-fCBR rWr
.'■ Ln-cJysmith
i\x£^Pi '■''""' Shaving Parlors
- .'■   V--'A   ';-■-' High w«ct-
,v\ -^Hi   tr    ■* llolr ciiltfn-ic mul ""--ard
,  j \   ~l   '[ll 'I          . :rt»ll"H » S,».-i*iall>*,<
"**-'/— •• - " .' I, O. WINSTON.
tlm ging lanip4all the latest der'gn**
at Rdnion'i*.
NANAIMO MARBLE WORKS,
Murlilc nntl Cninile MoiiUIUClUS,
Tiiiiku, Crosses, i.U\   Kstlinaies
mul Di'Mlf-ns given tm A'j-'lu-iiliun
A. IIENDIRS0N.      Proprietor.
Oct the Host 25c. Meal In tlie City
UNION RRTAuTOT '
lliistinu Street,     -      -      -     N'miiiii
FLETCHER BEOS.
Naiuimo- B. G.
Sheet   Music
Cheapest aui BeBl—5e. aud 10.*. a ropy
All hui i-i aouga »tid pit i'hm.
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc., Etc,
FOR SALE.
One second-hand . ItorJuontRl boiler,
with ptrt'-k. Inj-uitnr anil fluinud cum
plete, all in good (inter. Hi(-.« of boiler 2
It. Utile, hy 11 ft. Sin. Intia; .Inme 2 ft
dia. by 21 in. high, with 84 inbi-P, li}-,
iu. din. Rt-ftonri for Bellini;, using ««e
Iheteeool Bi-t-mn. Pi Ice $200 if inken at
onop.   Apply tn
STANLEYCHAtU,
Niinaimo Sii-ain Carringe Worka.
P.O. Box IS!!, Nanalmo, B.0
FISH.
The Nanaimo Vteh Market Wugon
will he in Ladyn111P.l1 every Thurtday. HalibiH,'Salmou, Suielts, Odd,
So-e, Flminder, Crabs. Stll Odaoh
bus, Silt Sal mnn Bellies," etc., eta
C
PAOSFIG
IMPERIAL LIMi;:
96 HSUKS
TO HONTREAL
Best Service,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Kates,
FIRST-CLASS and  IOURIST
SLEEPERS DAILY.
FRO/I VANCOUVER.
Tickets an Bale
TO   ALL   EASTERN    POINTS.
I'm pnmi-liififl i'ihI nil information apply
1.1 nny O.P.R nn"nt.
II, II. ABHOTP,       VV. MciilHH,
Ani'iit. Victoria,       AiiiM.', N .nai'r.
*   IS, ,1. COYI.U,
AhsI. itstil. Cass Aut-M, Viiiii'fiiv.ir.
i**:*'iiit'.y:*-*:*'.*!t'n!t'rr!*'!t:tn!t'i!t.**:i,ir\\+--:^
I TYEE COPFEB CO.
Smelting Works
-AT-
LADYSMITH
t Prepared to purchase ores as from August ist j
I Convenient to E. & N. or Sea. '
I    - I
■*- —— 1
T
&w
l*yf*itvn^i*m!t%i4ffit**M'nitYi^
"A
Bsn Oigar Factory
M.,iii.l..c
CUBAN
BLOSSOM
None but Union Labor Hinployed.
M. J. BOOTH, . ProprietM.
.NAJ)AI«0, ti. O.
FLOWER POTS
I have them In ureal varieiv, all >'zjr
nnd at n-asoi-urile priiies.   Cull anil'in-
"(IIH't. 111.! Sllltk.
J. McDonald, Itiffti St., Ladysmitli
C. B. ROBELEE
Carpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
Ocner.il Jobber.
'   Corner Plr.t Avenue .na OilLcre Street.
Cabinet woik of all hinds.
IHIt'r-dBol soft wood furniture made
and reuairiii!,
Maph;   uodgt;,
1.0. a. r.
Html- tvr/v '.I','li,. ii.t,", I-.tiit.a in
Nitiliiils it's lii.ll .'i iiinrf meuiher-s
are cordially invilnl.
K. NI.IIMO, O.T.
M.MoKINLEY.Sbo.
BANNUR LODGE
No. 31,
I. O. O. F.
Metis every Weiliiesilny evening nt 7.30 o'clock,
Visitors cimlinllv ii.vileil.
III'OII.I'IIU'ON, Sec,
Wellington Lodge No. 2 K. of P.
Meets, every Friday in I, O. 0 F. Iiall at
7 :S0 ii.iii,
1). (IOURLAY, CO.
J, W.  LKVVI8, See.
MURRAY   &    ORAIG,
OENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Ship's Work a Specially.
llorseslioeing in till its hrnucb.es. Farm Implements repaired. Millers' Tool* carefully
sharpened and tempered.
Bdl'cr «trect.
I ad; smith
The
Ladysmith
JOB PRINTING PRICES.
THE LEADER JJ^J;
1 body who wants to save money
on Printing that this shop's prices
are lower than those of any other
office in tlie country. Having
satisfied ourselves on this point we
shall be pleased to compare notes
with any who doubt.
• The quality of The Leader's
job work is equal to anything produced in the Province.
The LEADER employs only skilled union workmen, receiving lhe
full union scale of wages; its prices
and quality are always up to the
accepted standard.
Ladysmith merchants anil others
who send lo Victoria, Vancouver
and other places for their job printing can save money, time, misunderstanding and annoyance by
investigating The Leader's statements as published here. When
we cannot print certain classes of
work we tell you so, we do not
take your order, have it done else
where and charge you middleman's
commission,
Our Motto Is:—"Squaredealing;
one price for all; our best work in
every job," Notrouble toestlinnle.
Cull and see us about that job
printing work you are wanting and
we will save you money.
The Leader
Esquimalt &  Nanaimo  Railway
Time Table No. 44.
Tuiw 'mvr f, ilviiulili 8'iiiilibniind ihvly nt ll.lll n.m., ami nn Sturdily,
Sundays and Weilnctdayr at fi.lli ,i.m.
Tralni leav. Lartyimllli Norlliliniinil al, ll.W a.m. and on S.mrilay., Sundays
.nd Wednnsdaya.17.1(1 n,in.
Trains leave LadysniHi lor Bsli-t.slin dally >'xni'|it '-'imilav si 0 a in., 2 p,ni.
.nd 10 p.m., and on Sunda; n si III p.iii,
fleo, L. Courtney,
Traffic Manager

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