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!: The people that save I
!' money trade with      |
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Ladysmith
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| For Boots and Shoes J
i Bickle's is the store!
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VOL. 1. NO. 81.
SATURDAY. JOKE tl. 1902.
PBICL FIVE CENTS.
i*s*«a*JiMisi-«*jjfsB^^
GROCERIES
■ We Keeep. Fresh and Complete Supplies of
tift <__. s_h lli «_K A __*_ .Ta ajCs sTi .Ti _t_ tti iTt
■$■ %* "4.'trV w'"'" W * ■> " ** -P
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■BENSON'S ••■
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
on hand all the time and sell at lowest prices, $
*S   no time for goods to get stale or, old on our |
4$| shelves—they go out so fast.       .       .       . |
A goad assortment of Hats, Caps, Shoes,        . J;
Millinery and  Dry  Goods   in   all the |
Latest Styles  |
Leiser & Hamburger
i
*  '   Wholesale and Retail  Merchants, j§
Esplanade snd Oatacre Street, ■ ■ Ladysmith  jjj
*j*g*j&sfii**m?p??...*.%%t.\t.-„W.\ • •
si-iissswiasjs
When Visiting Nanaimo Try
Hi   ck  W-
Sausage
FOI! SALE
 Lots I und > Block 48—
Fine residential lots, Splendid view
Loll 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, Bl..ck 29; Lot's 2,8,4,
Block 30; Lois 1, a, 3, 4, Block SI.
Choicest Front Lots and Corners
On 1st Ave.   For prices and terms apply to
THOMAS KITGHIN - - NANAIMO.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and fancy bread. -0<iltea and pae*
tries of nil deauriptione. Fruits in
Benson.
LTARTLEY GISBORNK
Mcmlier Cum, Society of Civil   Knglncers
Member Institution of Electrical Knglueers
Electrical Engineer
Correspondence; Solicited
WotkCriiarHiilctid P. O. 60x357
I.AUVSMITH. H. C.
8^»n«^i»i&*{iS«iS^^
Hia
GRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
Tli's new hotel hue broil comfortably furnished hikI ilie Lar is»|i li. dale.
Belt aoci.ramoilalion lor transient and perm.ii.nt boardere and lodgere.
Rates, $1 per Day and Upwards.
Thi Esplanade, Ladysmith, B. C
»s*»i«8riiam888*^^
Theatres
Savoy
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  ■   AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works,  Nanaimo.
Mr. tt uracil, re
Soda Water, dinger Beer, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages ol all kinds.
W. E. RUrtiniNQ. - Proprietor,   fc&KK
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We an Agents for ]
SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS
Large stock of English Flsliinj*; Tackle. Lacrosse Goods. Etc.   ;
John Barnsley Si Co.,
Agents tor
J. J. Taylor
Plr. Proot Salei.      •"*■■
Victoria. B. C.:
Kodaks, Films, lite.
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Onr Millinery, baa been ordered to vacHte the nrpmieea.   We nre
P-irc '"""lionrTriiiiinad bate and Bonnets at About Soc.on the Dollar
35 Only—(,'i ill..,.'   fiio'B'bt.si, Muslin Hata and Bonnets.   All
mm a ,-•.   Tiiej were |i>.i|.iVe]>,ll'.fiO c-c'- Sale Price 05c each
35 Only—UliUlsiii',. Ore.nn ai..i.\Vt,iis- Mn-lio Hilts inul Bonnets,*
tliis suns ii.'.i v-n'iis. -TEliay i.criii'.isiiiivi-lv 75 t-. 8i, ......sale Price, 50c
A li'c I'X'ra cut on T'inioivd llatyjiiiil Uiliiit-is in women's uiit
ami cliililren's.
■ 2 Only-I. nibs ai.il Mil,a.' 'IV.
lar, $4 iii.n j.5 ;.	
18 Only—Ladies'and Mine™' T
in
■ a Only—Litilips' a.ni llllsea..' T llnmeil Ha"-.    Ri>i.Mil,ir ifrVIKI ami
110.00 "i i Sale Price, $5.00 each
Itni-il  H.i's .'nil R nii.lp.    Hi-nil.
 Sale Price $2.50 each
nii'il Hi's.   Ri'milnr, SJ7 0t> mitt
MILLS   BROS,
Wholesale and Ret.il Dealers In Meats.
Poultry   and  Veiietalilaa.   Ilium in
■ion.    Shipping orders .ucn.i 111   ' 1
orl notice.
Jessups Pharmacy
HIGH   STREET.
Pnsoripturai carefully diipenied, Open
day and night,
The Crescent Hotel
Win, llepiile, proprietor,
Pint-elan accommodations for miner!
and transients.   None but
The Beit Wines and Liquors
served at the bar,    (Jive ns 1 call.
Cor, Victoria Rd A Commercial St.
NANAIMO,     -     -      B.C,
These are 'positively sll tills (j asolila huip. You can buy any of
1 ur liimined ipus ai price') reduced thi comparison 10 timee mentioned
above. We ur^ clearing r IT niir ladtt?!*' iukI eblldren'a Hiwuier sun*
Bttiidtis,   Diin't inedijftte loo long ur jaw* aboice will be gone.
A eptcial funcv ei'pck iriimbiiiii'pirA^ il [ur tthildreu.it*. ..5c. each
Tin* niest. summer fn'iric ft>r tlrt-t• h■■ a in Viola Cloth Hint Grape Ho
Chine. Wi* have Miein in 3ni", L-wli, IJl.it! Hud Browu shades. They
wen  $fl5i" ......Clearing al 40c. yard
We nre iii-ikim* thinue in te rest 1 tig •■> ihe buyers uf clothing,; whether
ii be Men'u, Youths' or Boys.
Men's all wool CanadiarrFweed Sriitfl lo gray iiheeks, unod lininc*
Charing at $5 suit
Min'.- light (tray tweed sifttc, rmind O'lniPra. tlniib) hti-naled vet-re,
lined tvtth Italian elotl Clearing at $0.50 suit
Men's all wool English qyirsted serge suits, navv b ue, rquare'ent
ffionte, good lining and irJuimlng   Clearing at $ioa suit
Men's tine till -vi.q1, iilay finish blank wo.-: ted Bit its, round or upmre
nut8,   You enn have7 pants to mattih Boat and v.-*!  **r » nice, neat.
■ stripe Your Choice $12.50 suit
Men'a extra tire a}l wool uavy Kfige iirte—the tinted 20 r> (Jenliny
Brand,   Round nr ei-nan.' cute Special $15 a suit
' Meu'a fanny stripi) IJ-mnel hitting nitta, eoal and pantB,
Special $3.50 suit
Men'a all Wool Btrlp'6 Haniiel auHs in riavv, coal nml ptintB.
Very Nobby, $12.50 suit
Wn are cleartiia on' a lot of cnrpelfl and linoleiime.   Yard witb- <e
versible li grain cari>eiK.; 1 a6c. yard
Revereib'flilule Tapestry carpetE 25c. yard
Good pnttenis in Tapestry earpttn1.   Special, 35c. yd. Regular fiOc
4'yard Vide Unoletinia'.'ln tin* boa: of deiiigns(.fi0ti. tq. yard/or ij2
running yard.   Tdifi ib a bin oflaring.
C. E. STEVENSON, 4 CO.,
Nanaimo's Big Store.
^r$r4$T$rr$>4$H$lT$rf$+r|rr$»+^
The Goal Miners' Strike in West
Kruger Hauls Flag Down—The St.
Pierre Disaster.
A dispatch to tbe London Standard
from Brussels) saya *h**, Mr. Kruaer hae
ordered the Truiibvaal colors in fronl
of his bouse to be lowered, thus tacitly
reooiiniaiog Ibe settleuieni eulerad upon
by tbe Boer leaders in South Africa and
Great Britain, Tlie correspondent puvh
be beara tbat tbe Dutcb prime uiiniaier,
Dr. Kuyper, intiais Hint Mr, Kruger
follows tbe exttuiule of the other Boer
leaders and lake the oath of allegiance
Dr. Lidin; after vieiiiugfit. Pitrreii
un official eupacily, id. oris ibal h auiih
be nt-eletis to lOuiove Ibe bodies burled
iu .tbe mins ol the city, einee tlie
isolation of ibe situ vttiere outre thecily
stood preveuLa danger to tba public
health. He adda tbat the prolonged
work of recovering the reuiaiiiu would
be ilangefoiif] to lite benlih ul all.
Sis iiu it were seriously injaied b.
tlm uollap-se of a bridge mi iln- Brednar-
1I1111, .Man,, line ol tin- C. P. R,
A mob of about fitly mussed men
broke into the j-iii at Salisbury, N..-C..
took out t«o negro boys, Uarrie and
Jiimeti Gilletipie, charged with murdering a wl lie t-irl, anil iyntilied them.
They were banged to a tree on the our-
ekiitfi of the city und their bodies rid"
died «Hb bullets.
It in beiit-veit in Charleston, VY. Va,,
thai uoal mining will ba uenetally re-
eumed m Ibe IC-inawa and New River
dlstriets this week, and in thoElkhorn
region to-morrow. The Ivanawa and
Hacking company has announced semimonthly pay days and made other con-
esBsione. It ia believed there will: boa
general resumption along Unj Kmiawn
and Michigan railway to-morrow.
Albatiy bad relnsed the oflV'rol Andrew
Uritnegie nf if 160 0t»0 for  a Iree  public
$
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NO TRORBLE
TO CATCH ON
When you Smoke the
PROVINCE CIGAR
Heat on etrUi,   Mflnilfaollirnl by
PROVINCE CIGAR CO,,
Yates Street, VICTORIA. B, C,
>©-$05:
\M. T. Heddle & Co.
Particular Grocers, Nanaimo.
Make a specialty of quality,  by buying largely and at close
prices' sell tbe very liuest goods at low prices.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO LADYSMITH
Sole ngsnts for " Ueckajulie" Tea, Upton's "Finest" Mams
and Bacon.
j   H. SIMPSON,
Barrister, Sullcltor,
Attorney, Notary Public, Ute.
Money tu l.mtn.
Naiiuiniu.
WARNING!
ARE YOU INSURED? " ","1
jr.it iniiiii'U al mn* lor 11 nml w
.10 lute loinorri'W. I rt |.ii»i'n' pi-.', is
JLI) mul KKLIAHI.K OuiiipaiilesatKi
im Insure yon at a inonient'i iiittlceai
dp liii.est. iio.silili' rmei', All lenilinc
-omjiiiiiles clniiu:'' tlm siiitu' mtea. Don 1
lie misled Into insiitinii srvfa.li a cbein
•oniimliy -it inlslit ho duir in the end
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE."
Wiii.   K.   Leighton,
P, O. Drawer 113, Nanalmo, I), 0.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Tills old-Eitabllied, Elrat-OlnsB and
Poinilar lloicl is n.ii.t coinlorliibly Im-
ilslicil, ii-nlriillv sllualeil. Bno meals
min.. Ei.'i'lieni Onlslne. Bar stocked
wilb Ibe lliiiisl. ivincB, liquors and clutati.
NANAIMO, B. (I.
JOS. FOX,
Proprietor.
LADYSMITH SHIPPING,
Movement of Vessels to and From
This Port,
SI
await
Rtr.
puwtl
Str.
Weill
Sir.
oarttt.
day,
s«r.
Oonui
She l<
p Khirou is r-! ill ttt Ihe bnukf»
ing In r cargo ol Wellington coal.
Oscar came in f-.r u earloed ol
r for VinM'-iiivei,
Bolkitk arrived for 201) inns ol
'■IE-. II ••"  1.
,  L'bistle  w-iis in Tnurtdtty for a
i>i im,'I.   .sin''tit iigalu the same
, Peiiittmir b f' Han Friinciaco for
x nntl Vanii uver on Tnesdav leal
jculn iunibt'r a1, ibe hitler port,
i:\< i itsia> t« niJNCAWSi
Oil Stniday, June *l~, Ibe atiem-on
train wl l 1-mv.' S-inaiini a! 2 p. to., In*
stead of A:ih, tu enable thote win wish
to atteiiil the band eoiu'ert by llu Fifth
Ri'glmeiit band at Duncans, an opportunity of doing n\ Tne returning truin
will Iftivi' hn I'.ii.ti ut the renulai tune.
Fare for the round litp Irom Latlyemiib
till ceine.
ir.ij, orr Tin; untitr.
e  nift   wae i ftered on the
ab  those  given   to older
A well-known resident, while looking
for laiarders the other day, fell into the
bay from tlm bunker wharves. The
sudden contact with Ibe icy water restored bis tiMiiowbat muddled brain ami
ha grabbed a pile and then told tbe
spectators that If tbey'Mid not rescue
bim he would let uo." He was eventually pulled out little tbe worse for bis
ducking.
library. 1
pame lent
placf a,
Reports from the Virginia coal region
a-e to tbo rfleet that Sunday wna an
uneventful day. All plants in this district aro expected to rer-uuie to*rnnrrow.
All Ihe organs* oh under ariect gave a
bond and 6pent tlm day at verlotiapolutB
throughout the region. They i-iate that
(be campaign will be proloigfd fur an
indefinite period.
General Fuchushlma, who commanded
tbe Japanese army in tie recent Ohl-
nepe-Japenese war, wae in thecKj foi a
lew Imiiip > cr. 11 iiinv  in   bin  way lo tlie
cpronatlnni He at rived, al.2 a, ni. from
Vancouver ant) lift no tbo mouiing
train for New Ynrk.—-Montreal Slar.
The m u Ilia led body of n n'oma.D, about
thirty yeaiB old, and Bpparenily a
foreigner, alls recently found on a pub-
lit) footpath In tbe poor disti.ict of Lam-
b-ti', London, Eng, The manntr in
which tbe body waa disemboweled ami
otherwise diefignred snggeBlfd a " Jack
ibe Ripper" crime, Tnere if uo e'ue to
the womau'j identity.
Qulncy. MaSFarbut-eitlf bar* not had a
ea'.ootl lor twenty year.', and (Hiring that
period, wbil the population baa in
creased 120 per. rent., paitpprifni Im
deoreaaed twelve per cent. Saviugn
bank deimttiie have multlp'hed fonifold,
A part> t>( 150 yoliug Scotehuien, all
exiidieiii'oil ngrieuliuristB, arrived at
Winnipeg recently.
It id estimated that pr< InbW' I wo
hundred or more were killed by the
mine explosion ut r Coal Creek, Tenu.
i Tbe German eruisers tni/.-lle and
] Fanllto have been i*ent to Lu Gnayra,
VeneKiiela. at the ri quest i f the German
chaiiif dVirtirs al (Jaraeas. owing to a
ravolutlon having broken out in tbe
BUbttibs if LaGuavm, leading to the
bombardumnt ol tl.e town by trie forte
and Venezuelan warships.
IN AID OF THE CEMETERY.
A Grand Concert Held in the Presbyterian Church.
Never Before Equalled in This
City,
On Wednesday evening last the beet
'v.r'f'o^ pv>r piven in LadvBmith waa
held hj the First Pret-byterir.ii church
in aid of the cemetery fund. Ii is to be
regretted, that so few of tbe ritizena
availed tbeinEt-lvr*B of the opportunity of
attending ae it will be a long time before
anything eo good is beard here again.
Mies Pliilo of Nanaimo opened the
oncert with an instrumental eotoand
fairly eleoti Wed tbe audience and was
heartily encored time and again. Mr.
A. K. Plauta <ung in his usual pleasing
manner ami was received witb great applause. Mr. T, J. B.irron exceeded bim-
si'lt in bin violin eolo and tbe remarks
by tbe andieuce were tbat be had never
played eo well before.
Mr?. R. W. Dunsmuir's two songs
were among the pleasing rum hers of the
evening and r-he received well-merited
applauTe and the audience would not be
salietied.tiij.til she gave tbem another
Bntlff.
Mr. Dohesnn wae in great voice and
simply itarrled everything before him.
MiaB Pliilo was heard in the song " I'm
Glad My Heart's My Ain," atid was
heartily encored, und bad te Bing again
toa.itit.fy the audience. Mr. Kelly, of
Nanaimo, in hia Bung-, " Out in the Cold
ami Ojoling Stream, and bia recitation,
" Hie Life Boat," was something that
will be remembered by those who had
ihe pieufaiire of listening to him. He re-
I't-ivid i.buudrousapplaucte. MlesOrOBby,
in '' When the Heart Ie Young" and
" Do You Wonder Where the Fajries
Grow," gave two of tbe beet numbers
on the programme. Her sweet and
melodiniiB V dee was heart to advantage.
Mre. KiU'uen was an Ideal aeeompan-
ibt and doitrvnii great credit for the
uiauufi' in which she carried out her
p.iir, t iiBther wttrti K'vTug.an iustru-
tiientul aplo, "Annie Laurie."
Aichd aiiou So riven, (he ebairiuan,
m.t le a fhort atldrees iu which he stated
that it wan line of the best concerts bo
h*td ever listened Jo and tbat tbe com*
mittee deserved great praise for their
elt'irtain arrargii.g Ibe details. After
finsiiiiL' G"d Sive the Kim; the beet conceit in ihe history uf Lad} ami tb was
brought lo a close.
BASLHALI,   I1ANCE.
To niglit the LnJyemith baseball club
give a heticdt dance for Mr. D. Kerr, one
of <ht i> playerB who wae tijured in a
match with ihe N.uiaiiiio team. Tha
pavilion Iibb been fixed up in tine style
under the direction of Mr, S Shouldice.
The admisBion is 50 cents. That the
lance will be u success noes without
saying as Mr. Slu nKliee is the manager.
Fancy Silas, suitable inr blouses and
ladies' uoetumes, at tbe Chtmpside
High street.
jfttti'i'r't*^
ij AWAY
THEY
I GO I
S Toiheuvva stock. We must at
i* once reduce the same to one half,
| Pricenifde toeuityourpooketbook
i|       PURNITURE,
1 Cooking Stoves and' Ranges
:•   Trunks and Valises.
2 Baby Oarnages^ Go Oarta. Now's
| tbe time to buy. D.m'tpntit.ff.
B,  Bn' -lo i' now.
We Pay^All Freight to
Ladysmith.
1 WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY
I
J.   H. GOOD  &  CO
NANAIMO.
The Great Cash Furniture Store
'.**Mi«.V.W.*.f.M V
LADYSMITH   LEADER JUNE,  21. 11)0?.
Ladysmith Leader
[-AND-!
Wellington-Extension News.
Published every Wednestlity and Saturday at
The Leader Building, corner oTI-'Irst Ave. and
French street, Ladvsiiiitii, British Columbia.
T. L. GRAHAMH, KiJtTOR and l'Hoi'iuaroit,
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS.
i iiv Mail im Canada and unituu status, .
Oue year (stiictlyiu advauce)  poo
lx mouths (strictly iu advauce),    i 25
ADVERTISING  RATBS.
TRANSIENT—First iusertlon loc. a line; each
aiiuset|ii<r;iit Insert ton 5c. a hue.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Rates 011 application, No wood cuts used,
Cuts for regular use should be nil metal.
Marriage, Birth, Death ami Buneral notices,
each insertion 5°c.
Advert isetuenU not Inserted for a specified
time will be charged for until ordered to be discontinued.
THE LEADER will be lound al tile following
places:
1 -t ij'S.uilh-Tlie Leader Office; Tlie i,a0j>niuli
Pharmacy,,
NaaaiUio—% l'imbuiy & Co.
. iclorln—Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels.
Vj.icoHver-l'ubllc Library, ami Hotels.
/S'e.v lVeslnifiiBler—Public Library.
All cnonges In atlvertiseiueitts inusi
at this office hefore 12 noon the
ih iibers not receiving paper regularly -pie.
report to tills office,
. [un work.fltriclly cash on delivery,
uisieiil advertiMeiiiealfl cash in advance.
SATURDAY   JENE-M, ty
try being referred lo ae a pari or appanage ol England. Mul that the eduaated
or thinking Scot feela ashamed of being
nailed English; not ut all; but that in
not the point. What be does objeut to
is tbe cool arrogance which contemptuously denies to the Scottish people their
nationality, which is jib far froui being
absorbed and obliterated by their
more numerous neighbors to the south
as it wbb this month six hundred yeaxa
ago. Tlie Terms of Union distinctly
declare that the name of the Doited
Kingdom thenceforth (1707) ahull bo
Great Britain, nor ic the inatti r lo ba eo
airily dismissed as Mr. Goldwin Smith
teems to think: "The (Jniled Kingdom, 11 Political History, VqL II.'1
■■ L'he  title of tbe United   Kin'  ' in
wi   to be'Ure'at Britain,' which, u a-
Irom blTtKttial ) diaplac hg Ll a : l" g-
lauii iu tbe lauguuge ol iho world."
tu Lift, John Bull proposes to call
anything and   .... b id;   whatevi i  he
Lt.1.- are merelj nick-names il don't
matter—only John rjtienuuuBly d-jeds
lo anvl oiy calling hi
Isquiffltait 4
UfliiiiU
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- A  COMFORTABLE HOME _
Reduced Rates and Special Train Service to Victoria
u* Celebrate the Coronation of King fat ward VI!.
Suite ll :.ii itioi 0 rpmooy, i r.tn! H view ol li. ill. land and sea Limp,
Societies grand rti-unl m with athb lie and u ti mal eporie of ml kin I**.
Senior Championship ILi^eball Matche
Spientl d I uu lions, Ti ioi aaVe L ■ ■
each da lueaday.June  Btl , i  til Si
Pare for the Round Trip, $l.So, C ■
good for going juurn. y Wi dneeday, J me 2 i ,
returning not later than S     In . 1 ■'■ h.
IS THE DESIRE OF US ALL f
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, £
Wallpup r. Curtains, I
Crockery, (llass>V4i>\ Etc, Btc. +
(~^([      'I here is Comfort in One fJuotU   I
-•'-.-.£$;
mn cr mm
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t-ifttiioa'e sly!.-.     Write ^
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C'lit. i.inlysr ^^^^^^^^^
of paluoiiH, mill in two .rei ti- the
lion linn increasml SO per cent,
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NOTICE.
Mr. Leigh Netherby is authorized to
collect accounte and receive payment of
moneys duo to Tbe Leader during my
absence from Ladysmith.
T. L. GRAHAME.
Till:  UOHBH  OX.
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It makes a Suotsmau grin with eat*
donic glee wben hu hears an Engliuh*
man or perhaps a Canadian Indignantly
correcting some blunderer wb" has, in
error, of course, referred to ono is, say,
an Irishman, aud tbe other us au American (L e. a United Stateer). Scots have
become inured to the common blunder
of careleesneea or Ignorance whltlh cia ,ai*
flee their couutry ae a part af Englaud,
and its people ae Bhgliah. Tbey have
learned tbat when anything praiseworthy is to be aaid about tbe United
Kingdom it is always England's glory
and tbe greatness of England tbat are
mentioned. And hu also knows that
when disaster overtakes tbe troops -.n
war it ie always a British reverse or defeat, or the British had to make sumti
conceaaion not very favorable io dheui.
In fact this has couie to be part oi an
unwritten code. IL iti England's glory,
but Britain's humiliation. Well, it ie
not a great-matter tb worry .about.
Some SuotB do fret comuiraed.y over it,
bat not the Scot wbo it no as how
large and comprehensive a grip hie
countrymen havo on tbe vital interests
of the empiio, Dundas, who ruled Hin-
dostau like an autocrat and filled tbe
Ionian civil service with 'brother Sc if,
has many siicceseiirs, almost as powerful, tb* day, Tbe Scot haa no oauai to
grumble; none, whatever. Tin pit I .
tbe empire's best poets ia bia; hi
power already that is practical, solid
and enoniii'U.-iy lucrative, so he can
afford to Bmile when carelespnif-e or
or ignorance brings him with the
numerically tmpenor (and only numerically) partner of tho firm of tbi th'ret
nations. It is, therefore, with no littlo
amusement that wu read in the Canadian Carriage and implement Journal
a Bhort article lu wbieb emphatic pro-
teat is made againut tbe calling of Canadian goode American. Lord Roberts, it.
appears, in hir rep-it mi tlm v.nr in
South Africa, rcmarka tbat nix w«koub
imporied from the Unit-.l S.tatva ior
aervn-e in the war withstood the wear
and tear !ur better than coy Qthei
wagons eupplled io tbe armj. The uom>
ment of tbo Junrntil ou thecredii being
given to the United Hulee Is rb follows:
"Ttiia all comes ol John Buli'n re-
KrntiHble prononess io promlacuouBly apply the lerui Auieriban to anybody and
everything from this continent."
Buc the United Staters have no more
right tu tbe monopoly of iho  term j
American thau have the Canadians, riot j
Mexicans or the NiearagiuuH.   Vet thi
same Canadian newspapers nnd journal  :
iete laugh at the Scots wbo object to
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II It's the Style
Ye Want, Me Laddie,
Get a Scott Hat,
Whst manner of man are yon?
Short, iteut, Iran or long? We're
B.tteri. We ean fit yon fault-
laiily with hatwear to suit the
Mason.
Isn't This
Interesting News?
Felt Bate in the popular Panama ibap. at $ 2.50 and -.3.50
Stiff Hats at 12.1.0. (3 and 13.50.
Straw Hata 50c. to 12.00.
Th. Drawing lor Harrison Hot
Springs Trip June .8th.    A
Coupon  With  Every   Dollar
Purchase.
THE 6. D. SCOTT CO., ITD,
CASH CLOTHIERS. NANAIMO.
Forcimmer ia offering 8-day clocks ior
$2.50.   See them.
The taxpayers of Ladyimith are reminded tbat il they want to lav. money
their taxea should be paid on or before
the 30th init.     •
When yonr watch don't go to suit you
or you haven't got what you want, juat
take it down to Lively, and exchange it
for what yon want.
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Oat your w.toh rspiired by Lively
Be li a Practical Mechanic.
Th. next sitting oi the county court
will be held on th. 8th July Instead of
th.Slit. 	
Work on Mr. Andrew llrvilen'a bouie
bnl commenced and will he rapidly
mined through.
Work on Mr, Davis new boarding
borne ll being rapidly pushed. It Is
expected to be completed In a couple of
•nrlkl. 	
Don't lail to iee G.H. Oavia's samples
ol wallpaper at Captain Dillon's office,
Esplanade. Choice new deiigni at astonishingly reasonable prices.
Mr. W.tion, aissyer lor tbe Tyee
Copper company, ii building a handsome reiidence opposite the Catholic
ehnreb. _____
A alight accident took place Thunday
ai the mill o! th. Lidyimilh Lumber
company. A .liver flew from the saw
and, alter catting a Chinaman's arm,
atrnek tb. lawyer on th. leg, bruising it
a bit.	
Watch.:, ciooki, ringi, etc.. to be sold
at great reduction st B. Forcimmer'i.
Proeraitlnatlon hai lost many a man
bii llle'i opportonity, bnt men clothed
ia C.ldwall'i Naniimo elegant iiinimer
suiting, hav. opportunitiei thrust upon
them.
MISS B. KEITH
The well-known Nanaimo dressmaker ia prepared to make skirts
fcom $2.oo up. All work personally supervised, guaranteed, and
first-class.
DR.  J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,      *     Nanaimo, B. C
P. O. Box, 37, Tel. 146.
Villi.   Lsdyimith   every Saturday.
Hours Irom II a. in, till 5 p. in,
Abbotiford Hotel.
JUNE, 1902.
'CROWN CORONATION TRAYS"
JUST RECEIVED,
Ihiy are selling quick, come and secure
on.,
E. ROLSTON,
Udysmith,       -  ■      B. C.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinsmith.
Plumbing,
AM* (or B.  W. Paint.   McOlary'i
(■hand Stages.
Mr. J. Fagan's house on Firat avenue
is nearing completion and will add
greatly to the residential portion of
Ladysmith..     	
A hen may klox .
And a klox may tick,
But Lively.don't give tick
On a three-dollar clock.
The funeral of the late David Jones of
Nanaimo took place Wednesday from
the residence of hie father Nanalmo,
Now is yonr chance to net. great bargains at B, Forcimmer'a Auction Sale
on Saturday.    	
Bush (iree have been ragimi for the
past few daye around the CheniaiutiB
lumber camps. ___
Pipes repaired. All kinds of native
specimens mourned and made to order
at Lively's, the leading jeweler.
Arrangements are being made to have
the Ladysmith football team visit Union
nn Jane 2fith, to play against the Cum-
herlamls for a $50 trophy.
WALL PAPER
Sanitary Warranted Wall Paper,
Plain Ingrain and Figured Papers.
All with Borders and Ceilings lo
match. Full line of all kinds kept
in stock at
SAMPSON'S GASH STORE
Commercial St. NANAINO, B.O
VKIITIMi.
The next Canada cup races will be
held in Toronto on AugiiBt IB to ID, 11)03,
Sir Thomas Liptou has ordered another Shamrock and will challenge for
the America cup again, the races to
take place in 1908.
Mr. Wm. Munsie of Victoria wae in
town Thursday.
Mr. Clute, customs inspector, went to
Nanaimo Wednesday.
Mrs. Kvans of Nanaimo is visiting the
Harrifon Hut Springs.
Mre. F. K Glover, New Westminster, ia vialt'ng her sister, Mre. T, L,
Grahame.
Mr. Wm. fieve'idge weut to Nanaimo
on a business trip Wednesday.
Mr. Jenkins of the Oid Flag inn, Nanaimo, is at the Harrison Hot Springs.
Mr. and Mrs, T. O'Connell of Nanaimo went down to Victoria Thursday.
The MieecB Maude McGregor, A.
Glaholme and Mies Kvane, all of Nanalmo, are veiling Mr. and Mr-, Geo.
Thorn pern.
G. L. O- urtuey, E. & N. traffic manu**
gee, wae in town Ttinrsday,
Dr. Dryedal.' Hnd Dr. A. A. Miivis, if
Nanaiui", nnd Dr. Millard, of Cumberland, went down tn Victoria Thuisdny
to atteud the grand lodge meeting of ihe
mason 4.
Rev. W. B. CuiMii.i'g ol Cumberland
waa a passmger on the south hound
train Thurtday. He g'ee to I'm Masonic
grand lodue.
Mrs. T. D. Conway and Miss May
Conway of Chemaliius, are visiting Harrison Hot Springs, where a large number ol guests are enjoying tha I eaurilul
weathci.    	
CHAMPIONS AWAY.
Westminsters Leave for the East
After Minto Cup.
The champioiiB ol B. C. have left for
the East with the avowed intention of
lifting the Minto cup. Bo far this sea*
Bon they haw not been defeated aud are
expected to wipe the Hhaiurocka out of
exi.tenee. Everybody wishes them the
bust, of luck.
To-day the Victoria and Vancouver
lacrosHe teams will battle for supremacy and a great game ia expected.
Both teams have been considerably
strengthened ami are in the pink of
condition,
ai ANOINO OK THAU*.
Won.    Lost.    To Play.
Westminster    5 0 7
Victoria    il 2 7
Namtimn    1 H 8
Vancouver    1 S **
Tommy Spain, the ex-lacrosse player
aud bicyclist, Is doing something more
In Seattle than play lacrosse. Full .wing
his late trouble In Viotoria he seems to
be up against it In his new home as well.
An item from ibe Ncat-l" Post-Intelligencer of Thurtday readB thus:
•' Thomai Spain, a bartender, was arrested yesterday afternoon on the charge
of assault and battery, Spain became
engaged In an altercation with a patron
of the saloon In which he was working,
and li laid to have beaten hia opponent
severely. The arrest wai made by
Policeman Fletcher,
The Ladyemith nine are practising
steadily for the game ou the 1st July,
They will have to hustle to beat the
Victorias.
The Victoria Ooloniit has donated a
trophy for a series of baseball gamei between the Victoria public schooli.
Mullaue.the much-abused umpire of
the Northwest league hai resigned his
potltlou and will enter the pitcher's
box (or Spokane.
tbii. .iiiiii:.
In view ol the visit of the Cintadian
Hide team to Bit-It*}*, a committee hae
been named by the council of the English National Rifle association, to see if
arrangement!* can be made lor a rifle
match between England and Canada.
Young Corbett has annottuce"d that he
will not fight Terry McGovern iu AngUBt
as planned. The champion demands
that the tight takes place some time iu
October. Oorbett will remain in Colorado until early in September, when he
will begin training near New London,
Conn.
Joe Gain? and Geo, McKadden havo
settled their dispute on the weight
question and articles have been signed
in which Gana concedes the moot points
in the controversy. Gans not only
agreed to make the lightweight limit of
133 pounde at 3 o'clock on the day of
the battle, but went a poiht further and
signed to do that figure nt ringside.
Twin Sullivan, the Hot-ton welterweight, aud Owen Z.igler havo completed their work ol preparation ami are
iu readiness for their bout, which is to
ba pulled off before the Southern Athletic! dub al Savanali, Georgia. The
distance ia twe/.ty rounds, ar d as both
men have the reputation of being hard
hitters and shifty on their feet, a lively
(-.outfit is expected by the snorting fraternity.
thi:  Tlltl.
li has been definitely settled that the
match race between Thomas Lawenn'e
Boralma and ,K. E. Smatbfi'a Lord
Derby, for a ai<!e Btutce o! $.0,000, shall
take place at Hartford N. V , on Saturday, August 2. T;i.t horses '.avo been
matched and forfeits of ffiOii have been
posted for some liuie.
LADYSMITH PROGRESSING
Great Activity in Building in All
The population of Lndyamith is increasing so rapidly lhat it. has nearly
doubled in two weeks. The hotels are
ill lull—not Ihe guests; there are uo
vacant houses In the town: business
men aie locating here as fast aa tbey can
secure places in which lo put their
stock; buildings are being erected in
all parte of tl.e town; steam and sailing
ships are being loaded daily with the
output of the mines, in which there are
more than a thousand men tmnloyed,
and there is a general air of prosperity
in the city.
The Tyee Copper company is rushing
things in a great manner ou their
site and expect to .have ibe pnielt- r in
irg for Hie om liin'a end  loiih'u- i-expected to b. eoiiiplvit.il lo-.ltiy. j
Measre. RiimmiriH Brother!,' new snila j
factory ia nearii.'g completion and wW
be ready for occupation in a few weeks.
The waterworks will soon bo under coii*
Btruction, and touether with tbe track
laying proposed by tho E.&N. Rill-
way company near the bunkers workmen will he in demand.
Tho residents of Extension nre moving down here as fast as they can get
their houses put, together, aB many aa
twenty families having crone in during
the week, It is rumored that Mr, 0. E.
Stevenson will build a bamleome brick
block here, and other merchants from
Nanaimo and Extension are looking for
euitflblo sites on which to build.
Ladyemith ia on the go and in a very
short time will be one of the largest
eitiCB in Brliish Columbia.
'i mm* i-l n<* ii-1.
Such carehaoi*!
aied bv Ihe mi I
I'ld   ai]  eXrttUlilr*   *>
h .1 mik the street,
i, .1 ■( riot he toler-
i-s [ . a minute,
1   us   ri.'udHttftbe
imrsoi.p guilty uf -noli ai'liont-.
Provincial Constable Oasflidy haa the
matter nnder Ida erne and will mane it
intere-ilne for the party il f mod nut,
< in in ii Ni.imcj.N.
A NEW ENTERPRISE,
A Music Store to Be Established
Here,
Mr, T. W. Fletcher, th*, pioneer music
dealer ol British Columbia, and a member of the well known firm of Fletcher
Bros, of Victoria and Naitnimo, wilt
shortly open a tlrst-chiss store in Lady,
smith. Besides carrying ti full and complete line of pianos and organs, lie will
also carry the well known domestic
sewing machines, Mr, Fletcher will
open a repairing department where all
kinds of tewing machines aud pianos
will he repaired.   Tbe well known repu-
Ohu.-'i ol K m land—J i- i»82iid, fourth
Sunday after Trlnby. \l n i"« eerviee
lLatm,Sun-hv*"bool2:H0p.i.i
A. ScniviiN.Mieeionaiy in C .. ge.
Catholic Ghurch—SBrvieeB every Sunday ae follows: Mass at 10 a. m, Benediction at 0 p. m.
Firet Presbyterian—June 22, morning
service at 11, Sunday echool 2:30, even-
in. service TiSO, subject, "TheCrowned
Hiit! Uncrowned King." Mr. Garn
Morton will officiate.
Methodist On ur oh—Rev. George Tan-
ner will conduct the service here in the
morning and at South Wellington in the
afternoon and at Extension iu the evening. 	
Don't lorget B. Forcimmer'a sweeping
Bale,
- A gentleman who bought a suit of
clothes recently took the liberty of
urn*zing with dieaetrous results to tbe
garmente A boiler explosion couldn't
destroy a Caldwell suit ol those art
twcedB, 	
Onr stock is now complete in fancy
drygootls, bootB shoee, gtoits' furnishing*,
ute, undoubtedly the finest showing on
the Island. The Cheapside, High St..
A SWEEPING SALE
We have still too much stock on bund and in order to reduce same
we are offering our large atock of Watches, Clocks, Kings, Chains,
Jewelry and Silverware at a great reduction. We will mention a few
specialties:
8-Day Striking Clocks  $2 50
Alarm Clocks        80
Watches from     1 50
All guaranteed to keep good lime.    Don't miss this chance.
B. FORCIMMER, THE JEWELER.
Cor. Firet Ave. and Roberta St.. Ladystniih.
tatioii of tbe firm is alone a guarantee
that the neople of Ladysmith will get
good valua for their money. A line of
the latest music will, be one of the
features of Mr. Fletchers large stock.
He is holding an auction sale to-day to
clear i.ft'some of his en-plui goods and
la offering eome good bargains. The
new store will be ready to receive customers in a few days and it is Imp d will
be well patroniEad.
A CARELESS MAN
Sets Fire to the Bush on Fourth
Avenue.
BASTION ST.
On Thursday night l<i»t a bush fire
wsb started on Fourth avenue, close to
the residences. At one time it was
within SB yarda of the homes and hut
for the hard work of the ueiullhorf, mme '
of them would surely hnve beon burned,  r**.       ,|_|
It h repotted that a man, who sh-mld j
have known better, set lire to a cedar
Painting, Paperhanging and
Mattress Making.
Leave orders for mattress mukiug at
Capt. Dillon's Office, K'plauade, where
«ampl-rB can be Been.
Quy H. Gavin, Ladysmith.
R. B. ANDERSON,
—Agent Fur-
"Perfect" Bicycles
Wheel repairing in all In bramilion
Fin. metal working» specialty. Plumb.
ing, nen vli-ne pus, hot wntsr and lint
air tieatldg. Work 1I000 will, despatch
nml at ressrinahla rates.
NANAIMO.
operation hy tbe 1st September, The tree " juisl, tn see it burn." Had there
first carload of lumbar Ior the building bren a strong wind blowing Thursday
arrived Thursday morning.   The clear-[night nothing eould have saved the
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Smelting Works
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Convenient to E. & N. or Sea.
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Murray,
General
Blacksmith
Buller Street,
Nlinp will im open
I'Hilay ami Satunlay.
I udysmlth
■very 'I'liu.sony.
C. B. ROBELEE
Cnrpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
Oeneral Jobber.
Cnrs.r Plr.t Avenus .nd Qaiacr. Strut,
Cahlnat *ork of alt kinds,
All kinds ol suit WOoil furniture, nude
anil repaired,
Cuban Cigar Factory
Msnilfsiitnrers ot Iha Famous
CUBAN    -    BLOSSOM
Nnim bnl U1111111 Libor employed,
BOOTH, . rr.prl.tnr.
NANAIMO, B. O.
M. .1
Maple Lodge, No. 6i, I. O. 0. r.
Mr.-ts every Weiine.day evening in
NiiilmlBiiii's Hall. Visiting members
are cordially invited.
R. NIIHMO 0 T.
M.McKINLEY.Sn.
BANNER LODGE
WLJ\ no. 31,
~-~'J       1. 0. o. p.
Meets every Welticstlny L-veinn^at 7.30 o'clock,
Visitorsointinlly Invited.
III'tlH I'-l'I/rON, Sec.
tVcelinototi I .edge No. 2 K. of P.
Msols evtiry Frliiaj in I. 0. 0. F. hall st
7:30ii.m.
II. GUUlt-.Y, 0.0.
,). W. LEW 18, Sec.
J. McDonald,
Asvn-'nrTi 0 Bot'ery Company.
C ilil' py I'i-"-, S-ivvt I'ipa, (iu'l.y
Trips, Ts,  Ys, Bends., Tllei anil
Hiffh St., Ladysmith
Miners! Attention!
Hand Made Pit,Shoes at the same wrlce
aseheao factory made. Come in and see.
All work guaranteed.    Repairing done.
A S. Christie,
LADYSMITH, - B.O.
Saddler and Harnessmaker
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Prices reasonable. Buggv harnesB
Irom $S. Express harness from $18.
Team harnets from $30	
Big stork nf trunks ami valise--.   Trunks
from $2.   VtrilispB from 50,5,
C. M. dlAlMERS,
The Crescent,        —        NANAIMO,: B.C
J.KENNY,
Ice cold Lemonade, Soft Drinks of
all Kind*,    Fruits, Pastry, Bread.
-fob—
Finest Tobacco and Cigars
CAU AT THU
LADYSMITH  BAKERY.
Pill SHIM LAUNDRY
VANCO-VER.
P, D. JOHNSON, AGENT.
I.tiser (tt Hamburger'*
CIOTHES CIEMED, DYED.
Do You Know?
lhat the work we Ju ii fine, very
One.    All our work is guaranteed.
Nanalmo Clothing Renovntory
Ouposits Nanaimo Hotel.
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. 0. Bin 426.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
94 1-2 HOURS
COAST TO MONTREAL
 By The	
IMPERIAL LIMITED
Lsavea Vaninnvnr at 13:80 o'clock
Tuesdays, Thnrnlaya anil B.tnrilayi
Tlansconttnental Passenger Dally
Elegant Equipment,
Fastest rime,
Lowest Rates,
TO   ALL   EASTERN   POINTS.
Fur pamphlets and all Information apply
loany O.P.ft. isent,
H   tl. AHIIOTT,      W. MoOlBR,
Agent, Victoria.     Agent, Nanaimo.
E. J. COYI.E,
Asst. tirnl. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
jg™*^'»T..-Sr»*,S|»T*^
| GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
1
s
\
Our etttlrelstock of Millinery ntul Fancy Goods will tie
sold for the next few weeks ut Slaughter Prices." Now
Is Your Chance to secure millinery cheap. Our stock
is well assorted, mid we can suit all agea at prices that
will surprise you for cheapness, " A cordial invitation
to all.
M. L. riASTBRS, LEADINQ MILLINER, NANAIMO,  B. C.
«ml#»>4kM»,»J*4|eV*^ Wte*»*«*-*J^'^fc*«,J^'^
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