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Array ■*■
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:! the people that save
!: money trade with
ii   BICKLE
Ladysmith Lea
AND   WELLINGTON-EXTENSION   NEWS.
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I For Boots and Shoes f
{ Sickle's is the slore!
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VOL. I. NO. 80.
WEDNESDAY. JUKE 18, 1902.
ritlCE FIVE CENTS.
GROCERIES
J_J_J We Keeep Fresh andjCompleteJSupplies of
FAMILY  GROCERIES
on hand all the time and sell at lowest prices.
no time for goods to get stale or I old on our
shelves—they go out so fast.
A good assortment of Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Millinery and Dry Goods in all the
Latest Styles.	
«.*k .*R ,-K .-j*. .***. .-K .•&. si". .'K ,-K .-I'i .fr, ,-K i.j .*♦*. .+. .+. .•*: .*K ,'t; ,*t, .i*. ___, ,*_*. .•_*. ,+■,
IJ,! ..J,'*J£* •«■.• "e>".|"'J.1 l4' **ff *a\f ■J,' -ay -X'lllt *!,' 'Ji    4*   ♦    -P  *    +  H**^F *V M? "K
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Eiplanade and Oatacre Street, -
Ladysmitli
When Visiting Nanalmo Try
Hi    C*   Wi
Sausage
FOR SALE
-—Lota ( iffl'd j Cluck -18—
Fine residential lots, Splendid view
—Lota 5 to ll Block .»,- -
First Avenue.
These lots should enhance in value
rapidly.   Apply
THOMAS KITCHIN
NANAIMO.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and finny bread. Cakes and pastries ol ill description!. Fruits in
season.
JJAKTI.KY OISBORNK
Member Can. Society of Civil  Kngliieers
Member Institution of Utectiical Engineers
Electrical Engineer
Correspondence Solicited
Work Guaranteed     . P. O. Bos 357
LADYSMITH, B. C.
■.::•'*!.','*
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sGRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
This 11.* hotel hsi been noiiifnrtibly furnished snd the bar it up to date.
Unit accommodation lor transient and permanent boarder, and lodgers.
Rates, $1 per Day and Upwards.
Thi Esplanade, Lidyimilh, B. C.
\w.v.w.w.w.w,w»5
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA -  AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works, Nanaimo.
Manuraoturen
Soda Water, dinner Beer, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages of all kinds.
W. B. RUMniNQ,
Proprietor,   ftftJSg
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Wi in Agents for
SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS
'■  Large stock ot English Pishing Tackle, Lacrosse floods, Etc.  ;
John Barnsley Si Co.,
Victoria, B. C.
ass Kodaks, Films, Etc.
Agents tor
J. J. Taylor
Plre Proof Safes.
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MILLS  BROS,
Wholsiil. and Retail Desists In Me.ti.
Poultry   aad Vegetable!.  Qim. ln
mod.    Shipping orders sttended to o
ort notice.
tap's Pharmacy
HIGH   STREET.
Fiworiptions carefully dlipennd. Opea
day and night.
The Crescent Hotel
Wm. Ilepple, proprietor,
Clnt'Olaii iccommodstlons lor miner,
and traniimti. Non. bnt
The Best Wlnssand Llqusrs
nrved it the bar.   Ulva ni a mil,
Cor. Victoria Rd * Oommaroial Si, \
NANAIMO.    -    -     B.C.
I-STEVENSON'S-
j I Specials for June, Comment inij Sat. 7th.
,' r
;;   500 Yards White Sntin Stripe Muslin, io yards to each
* i Ctistdnier 2 1-2C yd
H   10 Dozen Children's BLick and Tan .Summer Gloves
i't and Mits, Regularise, Saturday  5c pair
* j.  500 Yards Double Fold Silesia Lining  in gray, brown
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
f f Kruger Will Not Be GBHipelled lo
$
mm™
f Bit
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and black, Saturday.
10 Dozen, only, Men's Union Working Socks, Regular
5c yard
1
Let
ill..!!.-
15c pair, June pi ice 3 prs 251:
i i   15 Dozen Boys' Straw Hats, Regular 25 to 50c, Saturday    15c
i i  Ladies' Night Gowns, two that should awake a lot of
, >, curiosity,  Regular 85c, Saturday    50c ea
Regular $150, Satutday $1.00 oa
300 Yards Genuine English Oxford Gingham, Regular
V 10 and 12 1-2C, June price      5cyd
500 Yards White Goods, consisting of Piques,  Fancy
H Lace Stripes,  llrilliaiitines,   etc.,   Regular 150
4, and 20c, Saturday    iocyd
j.   4 Pieces of Flegant Black Silk and Wool Grenadines,
I; in Stripes and Checks, double fold, Regular goc,
* ' Saturday    50c yd
*i  A Fine Lot of liuglisk Cambric? Blouses--good washing
H alt sizes, Regular 65c, Saturday     40c ea
,' ,  Ladies Tailor-made Costumes, sizes 32 to 40,   Regular
m $15.00 and jSiS.oo, Saturday    $8.50
A BIG SLAUGHTER IN MILLINERY,
Children's Trimmed Hats, 111850, Regular $1.50 fj***
d k-"->      Ladies' Trimmed Mats, tit $450,   Regular #8 and $10.00   .-iL
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4 *  We are going to move out some of our Carpets and Oil Cloths
i i if price will do.it, 45c tapestrys for 30c.   Remnants of
V Oil Cloths about half price.
4 t We carry Packard's Auierieniijl'iickaid Shoes.     A guaranteed
" shoe at $3.50.
A Women's American Duchess Shoes at $3.50 are At Fitting and
i i Good Wearers.
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O Many lines of Dress Goods,  Muslins,   Blouses,  Millinery,
, , Carpets, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, will be placed
i i on Sale Saturday which won't take long to clear out nt prices
J ■ we've marked them    Let us show you some Genuine Bargains;
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(or Wife Murder
' ntriko al Springfield,
PORT CF LADYSMITH.
Jllie 6. Thurston Again Reported
Safe.
in tip. While
I  Baker City,
Str. Tellus Leaves—Princess May
Arrives,
,Slr. I'i In,-, ns Mii_v came iu from Van-
D. B. S. Queilrs  was at Trlncomalle
.1 ■'     , pe. 1111  for nn- rock nn
1 the ete nn   ip Victoria stun i; 1 n
1 '."I   ii  '.   ' ,, .in Wnlbrsn vraiinc
1  r■■"'  '    '•  ••    I li  i" -iiinn nl
:'       ' " '       umlt-ly km .'.11.   Captain
•     urn.   ii hi kelp anil
', I' ■' li 1 1.1 the inck
rt "11 1I1-. | v .Hi 1 intuitu!
tk, \\ alkei ii... k beacon
■■■-I   and   one-quarter
in - iii.i. 1 H.-JI rt Kin ba
-in.. 1   ...Ly  ui  tl.e
ii.  Frill .i> c
tlm ping.
i« mi  from
feallvl
The
quarri
Mr.
C. I STEVENSON, t CO.,
NANAIMO, B.C.
& iii.i,
It
if tha Bmr .
would re'iur
" Tin j' mil s
thi-'r |nn... 1"
oliliem, IV. li
Union Pquare
Woaril I e iNenaimo fish-
Nil ,.- I'huraton,  whloh
ram Unit port since Isle
lint, news wilt tie vary
il   11 latin s nl the men
" . •' ' ..(I bo us well
- -    '  "■ ii  "j Oi plain
'■■ "■ i, who isal head
s'as minium down from tbe
b'aliliiuj attsinvr JNew Kiin-
■■••  i iitaaay tor Wan
.iijji. ni WelliuKlon
LADYSMITH BOOMIHB.
NO TRORBLE
TO CATCH ON
When yon Smoku thu
PROVINCE CIGAR
ilest on earth.   Miiuiifsctureil by
PROVINCE CIGAR CO.,
Yitis Street, VICTORIA, B. C.
T   H.SIMI'SON,
Birriitcr, Solicitor,
Attorney, Notary I'nWic, Ktc.
Money lo Loin.
NBiialrao,
WARNING!
ARE YOU INSURED? "not
(fat Tnaured st once for it may he
100 late tomorrow. I represent eeveral
OLD mil IIKM.MII.K Oom pan lea anil
unn insure you st, n moment's notice at
the loweit possible rates. All Iciiiline
companiei chargo the same rales. I) in'l
be milled into Insiirinit with a chra..
iiompany-It iniiilit he dear In tlieen-l
"WE'HOMITIIRK SAr-T,,"
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. 0. Drawer -111, Nanalmo. B, 0,
WINDSOR HOTEL
Thii old-KitahHieil, Firat-Olaea anil
Popular Hotel is mmt noiiifi.rtal.ly furnished, centrally silualeil. H111 meet!
trilni. Excellent Cuisine. Bar stocked
with Ih. finest wines, liquors and r.lia.i.
NANAIMO, B. 0.
JOS. FOX,       -       ■        Proprietor.
\Ma T. Heddle & Co. j
Particular Grocers, Nanaimo.
Make a specialty ol' quality,   by buying largely and nl,
prices' sell the very finest goods at W prices.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO LADYSMITH
Sole ngsnts for."Decfcajulie" Tea, Upton's "Finest" rinms
and Bacon.
!>0O<?rH>->»>O->*>
Ureal Aciivily in the Building Line
in Town,
THE CELEBRATION,
Grandest Pageant in the History of
British Columbia,
In two wetka' lime Lidymiith will do
honor to Oauada'a national holiday in
thu form ol n grand walor I'nriuv.il and
Hiiiluiii! Bporte. The comjuittcas have
ln'Bii uuFalling in Iheir endeavors to
inakb thlK !he hanner year In thebletory
of I hie'(trowing city,'and ilnti Ihey will
nu i'nc nl in iiciiiittttt lij nil who have at-
to nd nl ibe meet in it f>.
The liiifli'liull and fnotlnll tofltcbefl
will be iho heBt: yet we\\ in Ladyemith,
and ihay will draw grenl crowds. The
r"gaita will excpetl Hnylhlng yet bold in
ihe pitivlnee. The war ea tine rnct'Haie
eaneing grtut excm innh ptiinng tl n
ditferetit trihea, aud no loea than ten
i.rfWH liHVt* already rtiaiiilitl Iheir inten-
tion of enuring for the clnfniplonehlp
nn dal of British Columbia, Everyone
Bliiiild ntlend the meeting lo-morrow
night lo hear tho eatiafAt.Uiry 'eport-i of
tho cominitteeB, and Ihey enn then
judge for themeelven what n griind time
its boingimtnaied tor their enlerlainment
A    (UMUM.i:,
lite hiiiwileiH ul it.f AtihoLnhml think
they ean baat the lioariierfl at. tbo Tom*
lieranee hotiee in a came of football and
have placed the following challenge In
the hands ol tho sporting editor ofTlm
Leader:
Sporting Editor Leader:—Tho "star"
boarders ol the Al boUford hereby dial-
lengd the "star" hoardere ul the fern-
peianue houielo a game n( Aesoidalion
(tiutball to ha played on Ibe Bunker
grotinde, II thla uhalletuie h accepted a
note to Mr. A. McGregor wlll receive a
prompt reply.
. \Y> Ite
vlottd   i'i   erimi-i  In  i  iha
term of AmeHcnn noeupiiloi
nwnitiog trial.
An Indictment uf n nr- ei
ilfs-1'f  hai  been  repi  in
Wilfrid   BloR-ilii  of   R •■ !■
waaclmrged with  hai   . m
wife in Bontoit .tt.ii r- un ved
dhelmelord, anil ber be ii to.
dlatanoe away,
SirTbpB, Liptoo auggeBta i
lo every eight of the king'i
the groat ilinuer. Thia m
volunteer! lor the work,
tfar abusing I ei Elepchildr
capa took Mrs. Otto Hsngoi of New Albany, Ind,, from her bed ond Bovcr'ely
whipped ber with hickory «. iichee.
Juiutitifei. tbe I te I    ingnai       hi
added to the Hat I mi   I tn tl t l'   vev
alty of Ohleago.   I'rofpHi,  v i    h,
graduate of North .ealern   Unlvm i ■.
ban lu-en bi jected io li, oh   ■.
In Now YoVk nun hundred aiid thlrijr*
foor notices oleomplai \ have lieonient
out to boteli, faotorfei*, aparimeiil
h(inpH*i. brewerb r nnd railroad com-
pftnleB, warning tberfi or Iha ordinaiioa
againpi the eoti ww (moke uuli; nre,
ft, Ib believed that a t-npral - rikfl
anmng the p*»f* n .1 ml ere oi Virginia
ami Wer-I Virginia han been buI eduled
for next Sftflirday.
Becfliiso Mamie Oenbilp, aged II, uf
Winioii, Pa., waa pulling l-'topban
Oboyon'a BlBior'a hair, tin toy killed
her.
A hoy burn to Mr, and Mra. lohn
Stovetia nf WilkeBbar , I'.., welgnd
onl,' 23 uinii'i p iitni iii onl) 11 inch h in
height. Tin' Hi tie lellow ie[ki pt wrapped
in line yioidiug cotton,
.1,1,
i mum pa |n oiear-
1 1 1
'       .      il   :
nuda like the bom-
rdmcD
in i ar;
■1 utri    ,
oaa,    I lie' Lumbar
ve then bamia full
-   11   material fur
ull   I,., i Laming
1 ub      .,,   being
'•■ u i- hi na
,;....
AWAY I
THEY I
GOll
"' lie": '■' slock, Wc mail at %
i ' reduce tliBaame to line half. J;
Pries made to.nitjf.urpooSetbooli |*
FURNITURE,        I
Cooking Stoves and Ranges I
Trunks ami Valises,   s
in
is, KoOaile   Now'! <*
ni.   Don't inn ii iff. •*
Hi" inn
We Pay All Freight to 1
Ladysmith. ^
'WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY i;
;" J.   H.  GOOD   &   CO.
K
NANAIAIO.
I The Great Cash Furniture Store ■»*»*ass*
sssasBsssa
LADYSMITH   LEADER A\D WELLINGTON-EX,^MlON  NEWS, JUNE   18,■ liJOi".
Ladysmith Leader
—and-.
Wellington-Extension News.
* l'ubltailed every Wednesday nnd Sittuiday
Hit* Leader Building, corner of Kiwi Ave. ;
l-'reucli Street, Ladysiitilh, British Columbia.
*»'#»«.* -■■.:■■ . -      H-r*>*HHH4"f+HHH+WH'H^-f-(f++-ti <1tH.H
G OUT OF BUSINESS I   a- comfortable home
f* i--J-H»Hf
T. I,. GRAUAMl'., 15DITORAKO  1'ROPRIBTI
SUBSCRIPTION RATES,
i by Mail im Canada awd United Status.]
Oiieyenr (stiiclly in advance)  ;■''«■
ix months (atrictly in advance).    i tt
ADVERTISING  RATES.
I   I'RANSIKNT—First insertion IOC, a line; Cflcll
Biiiwunn.-ut laserllou 5c, ti line.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING,
1   Rates on application,     No woud cuts  used,
Cuts for regular use should lie all luclul.
Marriage. Birth, Death and Funeral notices,
t'iielt Insertion .oc.
Advertisements nnt Inserted for n specified
lime will be charged for until ordered to be discontinued.
'.OUE LEADER will be found at the following
places:
j. *t tys.iiiih—The Leader Office; The I,ndynunth
1'Intimacy.,
Nauatiuo—E> I'linbury & Co.
V iclorla—Pablie tlbraryi Provincial Library; and
note's.
Vujcouver—Public I.ibrary, nnd Hotels.
Kcw vVe&tmluster—Public library.
Alicnungeslii advertisements niiiai li
ut Ibis office before 12 i.uuii the il
Lis ie.
fail istilhersuot recetviiiR i«iper regttin
kport to thla office.
Ai. |un work.atrlctly cash ou delivery.
Ti uiiieiil ndverllticmetits audi lu advai
and Fancy Goods wi
(it Slaughter iprices.
il all ages at pria   .:.
.   A cordial  iiiviuttii
ERS,  LEADING  MIU.INBR,  NANAIAIO,  B.
I    1 ti'.VWK  \s-.y:$r>:Pr:^i::.pi: ,i. ■/.-■
lAmerlcan wnr-in.lklng lu lue
op'earn kllltd,
WltllNI-SOAV, JUNK I
NOTICE.
Mr. Leigh Nethe. by is, authorized to
collect accounts and receive puymBii! oi
uioueys ilne to The 1.. mlei during my
absence from L-adyeinilb.
I. I.. OBAHaUIi.
THU   IilM.'K   IIAMI.
i g.qnlbb
-**eT«7l^-'**r''';''"*'t*'-'*<**'-'ttJ!li'*!
>l?f
Tbe annonuctn.fciii  made wilb much
gusto by Borne or the newap ipera, |>t
pally in the telegvaphlo coiiimni ol • ■■ ru
Now Y-itk papers, that peaci   bad ken
largely brought iil'i'ii1  hj tbe ii Ha nc*
and intercession <if the king, baa been
epoken  o{ rr  greatly   addii g  • ■■  b
majesty's popularity. We lire alio akti
ahint that Ida mpjeaiy and Ihe pi in
minister me having a little uool.ntes,
doe to tlie peace Uimf> the Kit p; h Bia ed
upon giving the Buere.   TJieit  is tilth
reason to credit either report, says the
Montreal slur.
His inoj'siy's ministry enjoj tbi confidence oi tbeir sovereign and thi gotd
will of the people. They undurstand
and have uuderfltoud their business, Ji
ii extremely doubtful if tbe king bad
any influence with the Boer*, vr that
be endeavored lo bring any presanre
upon them peraonally. Yet it v\iif a
change which camo over (tie Boert, that
led tu peace being concluded.
Tbe idea that Ltie king miido the
Britisti modify their terma so ua lo induce the Boors to accept them, in order
to give additional eclat tn tht1 coronation
festivities, bears on the face of it evidence ot being a pretty little fairy lair.
The terms which were agreed to were
those which were emphatically refused
by the lioera over a year ago. i,>\
were tbe terms which werja long i go
considered by the Britiih government,
•nd forwarded to South Africa for tin
guidance of Lord Milncr and Lord
Kitchener, The modification in the
final settlement was in the increase of
tbe amount that Britain would advance
to aid the Boers rebuild faim houses.
The number of farms which would havo
to be restored had material Ij increased
since the terms were refused before,
The conclusion of peace ih in accordance with the well nndersloorl policy nf
the king's ministers, lung since decided
upon, frtijuenlly published and com-
merited upon all over the world, and not!
hrounht about by any pref-sure'ruui bis
majesty to obtain peace at  n y pilisC.
4] '".-.,/ '
NOTICE.
ENDEBS nte n.|.'.'.l for Ihe urlvlle.se
i. grounds for tin. purposio "I having
mill drinks and iue ore.un stands, etc.,
during the 1st July celebration. Tender!
"1" ' 11' ' ' I   (.OTTI.T),
IS Tilt: I.ESIRB OF US ALL
i    Fiu-nitllre, Carpets, Linoleum
,.;
Wslinap r, Cm
Cri«f(...rj',(ll."s.t\v,,r,
, l.-li.., lite.   *
uiur
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" litre I. Comfort 1 i Cur CluOllS   J.
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I ■ ..in .in.-. ,-.'.' an  (l.ci.) Ulna-   I
lulled and itri.'i'il [a store Ii. itself),   f
,;'       *   ' INEXPERIENCE
-':;,; i"-'::k..''::;v.' .-iiifiiiSiiS
'^j^'vV ■'.'-''';';.--  Trade-. uIarhs
'N.'1     CopvmoiiTs So.
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Uiiiiicti tiiiti't*. 035 P St., (Vfisliiniiioii, ll.C.
I udishti in!
T A.
1 Coal!
Coal! i
■ Wellington Colliery!
a0IVlPAKY,;LTO.
ManufaclurersofaU kinds of
I k\\ id Dressed lumber t
t  kiou.d.ags, Laths, Shingles, Etc,   4
I j(i!Ui \v. Lobiirn, j
• 7**. •'-}•* + *(■•! *> t l*+t*H*+ +
1. C. Wilson,
^mpaiij'i Ltd..
;   Wellingtor Co'al    Best houscliold coal 011 the Pacific ;
i             Cotttt                                  • i
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*  Comox Coal—Best steam coal on  the Pacific Coast X
X +
..   Alexandria Coal—?in*t-ckss gas,  steam and house- t
;             hold coal *
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The above coals are mined only  by the  Wel- I
.   lingtou Colliery Company.     Wharves" at Ladysmith, X
l  Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Baynes Sound. *
; Head Office
Victoria, B. C   I
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Florist,
uaiu...-K-si-i.
—N IN 1IM11, II  t
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lo aurve
an app
peiifcnci
d  mini
until aiu-h t
can pat-
a ail ej
amination eh
lis be 1 i n^ drawn ot became IV
nan uiiilii war and a
man peace, Uncla
hn I'. II lo lot 1,-iiii
I. ihe rltustlou in the
j iloiii-i'illy
High streel
11, ali mi,1
a, (Jlolliliis,
ini.Sllil-S, I'I'
the momber from R'is^iuhI
Don't [iiiii.-t B l''-'i'- iii'iif-i's sweeping
ne Leading
j Unisn EsreiiWiiEg Go's |
*        Lagers and Stout        t
! HP Ml 0.1
* Nanaimo, B. C.
"I"I"I'-f-t"I-!.-M-l-l-l'-M"H . :
Qitizasts of Ladysmifii
All Citizens of Ladysmitli,
Ii. C, are respectfully invited
to become members of tlie
Ladysmith Board of Trade.
Objects : Tlie advancement
and improvement of Ladysmith.
P. II. MARSHALL.
President.
JAMES FREEL,
Secretary,
n. l mum
U'ihi, Fubiic,
Cosivesfancer, Be.
Commissioner Supreme Court of
IS.C , fist.'ite aud Insurance Agertt
- Offlcea -
The rjaplanadj,   ■■   Ladysmitli, !i C.
t<t,n   I*rnncir-c>i Apeucy, *
Re  Duiismuir's Sons Co'y ;
♦
740 Steuart St. I
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ilerely A Remir
We Print
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Of the fact that tlie Lender Job Room is ?
now doinjr nil kinds of Printing— com- J
mereini, legal mid society—at very reason- t
able prices. Z
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LADTSMlTHiLEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION NEWS, JUNE 18.  1902.
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II It's the Style
Ye Want, Me Laddie,
Get a Scott Hat,
What manner of man are yon?
Short, stent, lssn or long? We're
Hatters. We ean fit you fault-
Lilly with hatwear to suit the
seaion.
Isn't This
Interesting News?
fall Kill is the popular Panama ih.p. it 18,50 and |3.00
Stiff Bit. it 13.50, $3 and |3.50,
Straw Hati 50c. to $2.00.
ITae Drawing for Harrison Hot
Springs Trip June aStti. A
Coupon With Every Dollar
Purchase.
THE 6. D. SCOTT CO., LTD.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
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Del your wstch repaired by
' He is a Practical Mechanic.
Lively
It is the intention oi Mr. Wm. Beve-
ridge te shortly commence the addition
te Ihe Grand hotel.
Whan roar watch don't go to mil you
er yoa haven't got what you want, juat
lake il dowa to Lively, and exohauge lt
tat what you want.
Work on the new ichool houee ii still
delayed, but lt ii expected it will be
•tartid sgsin ia Ihe near future.
A heu^rnay kloi
And s klox msy tick,!
Bat Lively don't giv. tick
Oa a three-dollar clock.
Owing to th. scarcity of houaee bere
Ihe Bev. Mr. Tuner will lor tbe present
reild. al Booth Wellington.
Oar reputation ai Britiih Coin mbia'i
premier tailor wu not won on misfits,
.r ihoddy, or hold-up pricei; but on lit,
workmanship, quality, and reasonable
fa...   Oaldw.ll, Naniimo.
Werk ea Mr. Andiaw- Brvden'i home
has eommeneed aad will be rapidly
NShed throngh.
Procrsstinition hsi lost many s man
hii llfe'i opportunity, but men clothed
la Caldwall'i Nanaimo elegant lummer
lotting, hsvs opportumtiee tbruit upon
thua.
MISS B. KEITH
The well-known Nanaimo dressmaker is prepared to make skirls
from }2.oo up. All work person
idly supervised, guaranteed, and
first-class.
Tbe Bev. Gordon Tanner will hold
services in the Methodist church next
Sunday at 11 a. m.
Forcimmer ia offering 8-day clocks for
$2.60.   See them.
At the Bitting of the license commit*-
Bioiers only one new license wai granted,
that to Mr. Derosa of Exteniion. All
the otheri were Bimply renewals.
Watche', clocks, rings, etc., to be told
at great reduction at B. Forcimmer'a.
Tbe Ladysmitli football players aie
hard at work practising for their match
on the 1st July with the Thistles of
Wellington,     	
It is rumored that one of the danghtere
of a well known Cbemafnm resident Ib
to be married on coronation day to a
well known Vancouverite.
Quite a number of people who went np
to Nanaimo on Saturday last to see the
circus came borne disappointed, as the
tbe show bad been cancelled.
J. Burns and P. O'Brien, the two men
Provincial Constable Cassidy took to
Nanaimo last week for stealing beef
from the barque J. D. Peters, have been
sentenced to one month's imprisonment.
A large number of mi ners from Extension have moved their houses down
to Ladysmith, and building wae never
more brisk in tbii city than at the
present time.   	
Messrs. Baby of the Hotel Frank have
greatly improved tho appearance of
their hotel by the addition of a new
verandah.        	
Tha medal for the eleven-paddle canoe
race ie now on exhibition at Mr. W. H.
Lively's store. The medal waa manufactured in Ladysmith by Mr. Lively
and is a credit to his already well-known
reputation.      	
Mr. Wibbloy has moved bis house
down from Extension and Ib ad din it It
to one of the company houses. He will
have one of tbe finest residences in town
when completed.
THF COMING CORONATION.
ef Interest—Kingly
DR.  J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,     -    Nsnsimo, B. 0
P.O. Box,37,1.1. 145.
Tieite   Ladyimith  every Saturday,
Hear. Irom 9 a. m, till 5 p. in.
Abbotsford Hotel.
Something like a quarter of a million
pound.' worth of tapestry will be naed
in ths n.w coronation hsll snd ln Westminster Abbey iti.ll al th. coronation.
Tbs ball, the exterior ol which hu
bein io lacceiifnlly toned down into
tbe semblance ol age, tbat it looki ilk.
an old abbey Hi.il, ii to bare . moit interesting interior. Under th. sble hind
olHr Guy Liking, Ih. ke.per ol th.
klng'i armory, the imid. ol tb. building
will be given the appearance ol an old
baronial ball.
Rich tapestries—lorn, ol the moit
precious in existence—will adorn tbe
bill and tbe theatre in which the .dual
coronation takes place,
One ia a superb piece of Flemish
tapestry, worth by itself jtlOO.OOO. Indeed, thii lum wai actually paid Ior it
when it changed hands aome time ago.
Tlie klng'i yacht, Osborne, li being
prepared st Portimouth lor tb.
me ol tbe Indian potent.tei on tbe
naval review day.
Tbe home office states that the king
haa granted permission for the flying of
the royil itandsrd on coronation day
for tbit occasion only.
The stilus of King Jania. II, whieh
his itood on the east aid. ol Whitehall,
hai been taken down snd pnt eirefully
away In s quiet corner, to make room
for s coronation itand,
Royal salutes will boom out from hii
majesty's ships on all itationi all over
th. world st the hour of tb. coron.tlon.
The ships will be decorated by day and
Illuminated by nighl, 'snd captains may
dispense the royal clemency on tbat day
to labors undergoing punishment. Bxtra
grog will be served out to the .reel.
JUNE, 1902.
"CROWN CORONATION TIMS"
JUST RECEIVED.
Th.y srs selling quick, come and secure
one,
E. ROLSTON,
Udysmith,       ■ B. C.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinsmith,
Plumbing,
Agent for S. W. P.int.   McOlary'i
WALL PAPER
Sanitary Warranted Wall Paper,
Plain Ingrain snd Figured Papere.
All witb Borden snd Ceilings to
match. Full line ol all kinds kept
in Block at
SAMPSON'S CASH STORE
eommercial St. NANAINO, B.O
Seriven Ib to be commended in thus
thus getting a church of their own. The
Hon. James Dunsmuir kindly presented
tbem with the lots and the ladies of the
eongregation worked bard to secure the
building. Construction will be rapidly
pushed through and in a short time the
chureh will be ready for occupation.
All members and frunds of the church
are cordially invited to attend Hit* aor-
vicas and to pin in the singing. A collection in aid of the church building
fund will be taken after tbe services
are completed.
pitcher, was tit lilt-|, mi on*, innb S
rune beinK madeiiil'hiin in iht: flv?| Uo
InniugB. The visitors look Lim "tit nf
tbe box and put in Greenwell, but Vancouver found him easier than Zeigler,
and made 11 runs off him iu tho nrxt
two InningB. Zaigler wns then put bin:a
in the box and pitched a good game In
the finish, only one run being miuteofl*
him in th'e remaining five Innings, Nanaimo seemed to be iu hard luck and the
score does not indicato their strength.
Zeigler Heenied to be oil' color at tho
start, and thus hopelessly piled up the
runs for the home team. Zeigler struck
out 4 men and Law 8.
Say, Jim; are you going to B. Forci-
mer'B Auction Sale on Saturday? Of
course X am.
FERNIE RELIEF CONCERT.
Good Concert Given in Aid of the
Fernie Disaster.
The concert in aid of tbe Fernie Buf-
ferera was not bo well attended as was
expected on Monday night last. A first-
class programme had been prepared and
in a measure waa carried out fairly well.
Mre. and Miss Auld sang a duet which
was given hearty applause. Mr. Barron
gave a violin solo iu hia usual capital
manner. Mr. Lively's songs and the
music by the Ladysmith orchestra, were
rendered in a firet-elasB manner. Tbe
orchestra played aeverat times during
the concert. Mies Bertram sang eeveral
Bongs and wae very well received. Archdeacon Sorlven closed the evening's entertainment by a few well-choBen words.
Don't fail to Bee G.H. Gavin's samples
of wallpaper at Captain Dillon's office,
Esplanade. Choice new designs at as-
oniehingly reasonable prices.
INDIAN MEETS INDIAN.
How the Ladysmlths Defeated the
Nanai,»os.
Ladysmith, 17.
Nanalmo Indiana, 7.
Vancouver, 20.
Nanaimo, 1,
Laet Sunday the Ladysmith nine met
and defeated tbe Nanaimo Indiani by a
score of 17 to 7. The score does not go
to show tbe closeness of tbe game, as up
to the fifth inning neither Bide scored,
when tbe Indians crossed the plate three
ti in as,'to be followed immediately by
the local team for ten. A shower of
ot rain in the fifth spoiled the nice play
tbat was then fn progrees—one two,
three, being the order of the put-outs on
each side. The Indians kept the boys
IueHBing until the ball got slippery and
then they were like the man who fell
out of tbe baloon, " not in it," A return gams is spoken of,
The Nanaimo baseball team would
have beeu abut out by the Vancouver
nine Saturday but for au overthrow by
the new outfielder, Lent, which let in
one man. The score was 20 to 1 lu favor
ol Vaneonver.   Zeigler, Nanaimo's new
LACROSSE.
Westminster defeated Victoria after a
ypry rVMitrh game by a ncore of 12 to 2.
Toe roimbi i>r!r3 (lommenctd at Hie blurt,
but was quickly stopped by the referee
ru'ing Tiirnbnll aud Giff.ird off, The
Westminsters now It-ave for iho east
with a clear elate, nnd hopes nro high
that they will return Kith tbe Minto
boiler plate.
Nunaiino wao defeated hi* Vancouver
Saturday by a score of 13 to 8. The
game waa anything but good lacrosse,
some of tbe Nanairiioa leaving the Held
and refusing to play again until after a
good deal of coaxing. The kink aroen
over some ol Referee Miller's decisions
CHIUKI.T.
Nanaimo defeated the Barracks team
of Victoria, after a first-class game, by a
score of 78 to 73. The eoldlera went to
bat first and succeeded in piling up 73
ruiiB fur their inning. Nanaimo bad a
hard time, and with only two to bat. had
to make 24 runB to win.   Mr. Newbury
Mr. Fi.Hiti M.«-i-.i, ► ■• -iintpndent
of the mutual Life if1 Nva i*uik, was in
town l,wt clalhrduy,
Mr. K, ,|, Piiluier of Ohtmainus wae
in town Monday nn a business viBlt.
Mre, Knight of Salt Spring island is
visiting firrendtj Inn*.
Mr. W, IV. li, Mrfur.es «'0lt down lo
the capital on Monday,
Mr.'J, MoMullen front F.dduiVa waa
iu loan Saturday.
Mr. James Tuouipi-on of Nanaimo
passed through LailyBUiUh Saturday on
hie way to Victoria.
Mr. D. Nicholson paid Victoria a visit
on Saturday last.
Mr. Henry Kay waB down to Dun-
cans on Saturday. •
..I r. 0 ibirn rAiurned from Victoria on
Monday!
Mip, Blonquist of. Victoria h visiting
ba elBtur, Mro. J, Mottram, litre.
Miss F.vi.ii!'. uf Nanaimo in visiting Mr.
and Mrs. 6. Thompson of (his city.
Mr. Charlt-B Allen of Nanaimo m inov*
virtj: tu Liriyamilh.
Mre. 8. P. Booth, widow of the lali*
II.hi. J. P, Booth, of S.ilc Spring island,
is taking up btn- residency in Nanuimo
permanently.
Canon Paddou wae the t;u«8i of Arvb
deacon and MrB. Burl yen Sunday iHat.
Now is your chance to
tniitia at tt. Forofmmei1
on Saturday.    	
get gr?at bar
Auction Sale
Our stork ia now complete in fancy
drygoodSi bnota shoes, gluts' furnishings
etc, undoubtedly tbo tines! showing on
the ialand, Tho Obenpsidr, High St,
A SWEEPING SALE
We have still too much stock on liauil and in order to reduce same
we arc ofl'eiiiig our large slock of Watches, Clocks, Kings, Chains,
Jewelry and Silverware nt a great reduction. We will mention a few
specialties:
8-Day Striking Clocks  $2 50
Alarm Clocks        So
Watches from *     1 50
All guaranteed to keep good time.    Don't miss this chance.
B. FORCIMMER, THE  JEWELER.
Cor. Flrat Ave. and KobertaSt., Ladyemith.
Maple Lodge. No. 6j, 1.0. Q. f.
Meets every Wednesday evening in
Niuboleon'fl Hall. Visiting members
are cordially invited,
B. NIMMO. C. T.
m. Mckinley, sm.
aud Mr, Geo, Hodgson, the two youngest players of the team, batted out the
victory for iheir side, Mr. Newbury
making 20 and Mr. Hoditsim 12,
The Vancouver eleven defeated Victoria easily on Saturday last. Victoria
was only able to get 51 runs in two innings, while Vancouver had Iti! in tbeir
firet inning,	
thi:  IS1NU.
The six*round boxing conUal between
Jack Hoot ot Chicago and Kid Carter of
Brooklyn, scheduled for the Pennsylvania Athletic club, did not lake place,
the box office receipta having been attached by tbe creditors of tbe club.
Kid Lavigue, the well known pugilist,
is at the Stockton, Cab, detention hospital, Buffering from mental abberation.
Physicians are hopeful of hie recovery.
In his recent right with Brill, Lavigue
injured hia arm, which had a few mouths
previously bean broken, and thia it ie
thought may in part be responsible for
bia condition,
Pipes repaired. All kimls of native
specimens mourned and mado to order
at Lively's, the leading jeweler.
Fancy Silks, suitable lor blmiBes nnd
ladies' costumes, at the OheapB.de
High sheet.
S it
TYEE COPPER
Smelting Works
CO.
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LADYSMITH
LAYING THE CORNER STONE
Impressive Ceremony Takes Place
To-Day.
Thli afternoon the Rev. 0. H. Cooper,
rural dean, will lay tb. corner itoneol
tlie nsw ichool church lor ths congregS'
tion ol thi Oburcb ol England in tbii
city, s lull description ol which «p-
pesrsd In The Lesder eome weeki sgo,
The combined choirs ol Bt. I'snl'i aad
St. Alblan'i churcbei ol Nanalmo ara
alio glrlng their sld to ths Inters sting
ceremony by ilnging appropriate longi
a,,1 anthems.
The enterprise of tbe ci.ngreg.tlon of ,
theAngllon churcb and oi Archdeacon I W«sMr*T.«j^<tmism<smts>^^
| Prepared to purchase ores as from August ist |
Convenient to E. & N. or Sea.
Painting, Pape. hanging and
Mattress Making.
Leave orders for mattress making at
Capt. Dillon's Office, Esplanade, where
samples can be seen.
Guy H. Gavin, Ladysmitli.
R. B. ANDERSON,
—Agent For—
"Perfect" Bicycles
Wheel repairing in all its branches
Fine metal workings specialty. Plumb*
log, acetylene gas, hot water and hot
air lientldg, Work .lone with despatch
and at rcaHonable rates.
BASTION ST.,
NANAIMO.
David    Murray,
Oeneral
Blacksmith
Buller Street, .        Ladysmith
Shop will lie open every Trttir-idny,
Friday ainl Saturday,
C. B. ROBELEE
Curpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
General Jobber.
Corner Pint Avenue mi) Oatacre AtrMt.
Cabinet work of all kinds.
All kinds of snft wood furniture made
and repaired.
Cuban Cigar Factory
Manufacturer! of the Famous
CUBAN    -    BLOSSOM
None but Union Labor employed.
M.J. BOOTH, -        Priprletor.
NANAIMO, Ii. 0.
BANNER LODGE
No. 31,
Meets every We--t.iesilay evening at 7.30 o'clock,
Visitors cordially tnvlteil.
HUGH FULTON, Sec.
Weelington lodge No. 2 K. oi P.
Mi His every Friday in I. 0. 0. F. hsll st
7:30 p.m.
D. GOURLtY, 0.0.
J. W. LEWIS, Sec.
J. McDonald,
Ag.-r.t for B 0 Pottery Company.
C'.ilniiay Pine, Sewer Pine, llulley
■|'mi.i,Tb, Ye, Benda, Tiles snd
Orates	
Hlj.li St., Ladysmitli
Hand Made Pit Shoes at the usneapica
■in cbeap factory made. Come in snaeee.
All work guaranteed.    Repairing done.
A. S. Christie,
LADYSMITH. . B.O.
Saddler and Harnessmaker
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Prices reasonable. Buggy bnrneii
Irom l)S, Express harnen Irom $18.
Team harness from |30	
Bigslock of trunks and rallies.  Trunk!
from ♦->.    Valises from 60s.
C. IH. MAIMERS,
Ihe Crescent,        —        NMMIMO'IX
22  LOAVES  22
Delicious Bread.
$i.oo ONE DOLLAR $1.00
Why bake when you can get inch
value and delivered st your door?
:oich Baker, 23 Years' Experience
J.KENNY, Lidyimlth B.kery,
Esplanade," Ladyimith.
PIONEER STEAM LUINDRT
VANCOUVER.
P. 0, JOHNSON, AGENT,
Leiser & Hamburger*!
C101S CLEANED, 0110.
Do You Know?
tbst ths work wed. Is tee, »ery
fine.   All our work is guarsntwd.
Nanalmo Clothing Renovntory
Opposite Naniimo Hotel.
NANAIMO, B. 0.
P.O. Boa4*4.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
941-2 MIIS
COAST TO MONTREAL
 By The	
IMPERIAL LIMITED
Leaves Vancouver at 13:30 o'clock
Tuesday,, Tlinml.y. snd Situnlayi
Tiansconttnental Passenger Dally
Elegant Equipment,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Rates,
TO   ALL   EASTERN   POINTS.
Foi pamphlala and all information apply
lo any O.P.R. ag.nl.
H. H. ABBOTT,      YV. MoQIRR,
Agent, Victoria.      Agent, N.nalmo.
E. J. OOYLE,
Asat. Qenl, P.se. Agent, Vincouver.
Esquimau &  Nanaimo  Railway
Time Table No. 44,
Trains lei re 1,'nlvsinitli Southbound dally atll.lOs.m. aad OB   Saturday!
8 1«y» and Wednesday! st 5.15 p. in.
Trains leave Ladysmitli northbound dally st 11,57 s. m, snd on   latarda...
Snnil.ya and Wednesday, at 7.10 p. m. '
Trains leave I.n.lvsrnlth for E.tensi >
anil III |i,m,, and on Sund.yi'»' 10 t' m
Ooo, L. Courtney,
illy except Sunday .10., m,, ip, m.
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