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SATURDAY. HbFTEHKUB 5.7, »:i()2.
PltKli FIVE CENTP.f
5BS!llWI«S88!88*i*J*S8l«i«8^
I HEAR! HEAR!
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Results liavc exceeded our most sanguine
expectations and those New Goods we brought
to your notice last week are going -fast.
Quality   and price are doing the business.
ij Our full, varied and complete line ol
I Family Groceries
§ also move so fast that wc are compelled to re-
| plenisli our stock weekly, hence wc are able
I to supply Fresh and New goods  at the time.
HUffiEiHT BREUIUS: ■■KW IT ML
Serious Fighting in Macedonia—
Volcano Active,
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale aud Retail - Merchants,
Esplanade and (I.it.icre Street,
Ladyamiih
''■ !I^:-E***sss.2tjv;-^.ST>2.;'.
ls3MBBraai-aaBBi*Mi*Bra
Whan Visiting Nanalmo Try
Too
Too
\j.
Small
*r* WaatW^MMItBt
-£J Owing to our present premises being too small, we
5_ have decided to clear out the following   lines:—
3u Bedsteads,   Spring    Mattresses,   Chairs, Cooking
5g Stoves, Heaters, Paints, Oils and Hardware.   You
32 need the goods, and we need the room.   You will do
«jj« well by inspecting our goods   before   purchasing
elsewhere.
This Week we have passed into stock
20 CASES of M™, bright, nifty
goods. Having the largest stock in British
Columbia to pick from we are enabled to
give you a much better choice than you
could possibly have anywhere else.
Wc keep the celebrated "PACKARD"
American, and "SLATER" Shoes for meu
at $3.50, $4.00, #4.50, $5.00
Sole Agents for "Stanfield's" unshrinkable
Underwear for men. Every garment guaranteed, at $1.25 each.
Get next to our White Wool Blankets,
full size, at $3.75, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00.
Extra Heavy, full size, Grey Wool Blanket, light and dark, at $2.75, $3.00, -$3.50,
&
(Associated Trew.)
Turco-Bulgarian Fight.
Constantinople, S.-p'. 26—The Bo!-
it'triii-i re.'jliri mints who were surrounded hv tbe Turkish tror.ps tn tie
vi-iiyet if S .lin-ii'ii euui-.eeded in U Tiling
the onion after a hard fitcht, duriig
whlcb both side-? BiilTared severelj'. Jit-.*
inforcetnenlB of troops hnve been ac-nt io
pursuit i»t the Bu'garianSi
Schooner Wrecked and Two Seaman
Drowned.
(A-socialed lti.il.)
Seattle, Waoh,, Sept. .6-lVima hai
bet u stcrwawi p. i-naiu with tbe low of
two lives and heavy dstuagtt tofhippirg.
The fifad ar*: Captain Basil Daniel- ff
atidCiiitain J »hn Sinter, master and
mate of the hi hoow* Good Hope, The
vessel was-*o-xt. Bfb bodies were recovered, * Tbe storm cameon Sept. 17 b,
the anniversary nf the gal-** which swept
•$*.!   Tne Ttirlttkh (jovemraedt will call nnt' Non e harbor in 1960, doirg^reatdanaie
It    MS  IwMnlirt-nsnf    .f-.l-fa    imtlliin.    ♦«   -1..-I I .      -.
W. 0. R. Shirts.
Christy's Hats
<!>
l*i battalions of -edf-j -.miliiia) to deal
witb tbe revolutionaiy bauds roaming
in M.'.cidi ire.
European Turkey, Sep*. 26-The militia rieeivc-K hsve Iwen ealitul nut aud
troops art- beinie ili*>p-.tcbed iutu tbe iu-
teiior of Macedonia.
Sicily Storm-Swept.
London, Kept. -I3-I_ despatch from
Rome today Hinutk-ts 1h.1t a etvere
tornado has swept over Ciitanla, a city
0.1 the cast tr-a.i of Sicily, Catania Is
ti "niiiii many tiou-ej, including the
Villa Bellini, have been damaged. Tiie
rallrcta Is have EiiflVred stvurely. The
'nriiulo n'ao wrcu.ht havrc nt Md'ca
lit) milofl (rum Syracuse, where sevaral
iii'i's-.tit? were killed, M»ii.t Etna, t
short diBtaiti'e from Catat it, Bhowt* for<
her elpnaof activity, and tbe v-dcano cf
Stwmboii, f.ff tiie north coast of Sally,
ie-still active.
Thla Drake Can Ffy.
London, S-pt. 26-riie BritM first-
class armored cniir-er Drake, 14 100 tons,
has re'11 net! to Portsmouth after undergoing her engine trial-*, which proved
tbat she is the faa'e-t wnr*-hlp in the
world except the ttvprd 1 baat destroy*
err. She made 24 10 knots, which blah
■peel wan p-r'ly dnt to an Imprrved
typw<if propel lor. The contract Fp.ed
was for IS knots.
Abandoned nt Sea.
Plrmooth, Srpf. 26-The  Hamburg-
ArmtritMii   lino steamer  Fcnnsjlvanla,
w! iijh crrivd beri t-j'lay, dv*d**d   the
crew of the Norwegian batque Bothnia,
__ jCiiptftln Hat-Ben, from Bridgwater, N.
> ji*^^|n^^K|«$ i|>l3l^-^^^i$^^-^iM^*^|f|»* H*. August 27tb, forSvaneea, abandoned
io a sirikine conditinn at sit.
Eminent Editor Dead.
Lind-nn, Si'pt 36—John Later, editor
ot the Sketch and cf He Penny ll'u-trat-
-d Paper, dieil in thficify this morning
■ifier a long illness He wr-s b.iru in 1812.
Minto Nirnrod'nR.
Winnlpra, Man , 8**pt. 26 -Lord Mia*
'0 and party arrived tmbiv and are
iruestsat the Government limxi until
this evening alien his Ktm-lleucy goes
to ahnot in tbe Qu'appelie di.trl_t.
Hon. Mr. Fizpairhk, Minister of Jni-
'ite, reached here today from a weatern
trip of Insprc'ion.
10 iliippitf.
I flasonic Block,   Ladysmith,I
tt* t>        a*
I ARJohiiston&Co, I
ji. M«%i**&*'-i>*-&!t.'&&^
Tin
HOTEL
Will. Hcvcrldge, Prop. »
Tbiane* hotel has be-mi comfortably hitnial.cd ard the Hr leop to dele. |
Beat ttccoinimidittioii f-ir transient uud permanent boarders and lodgers. f
-'   Rates, $1 per Day and Upwards. |
Ths Esplanada, •        Ladysmith, B. C. |
DECKAJULE TEA
Absntirely the ttnes' tea rnhl 111 B.O, [>' ynu do not Vnnw
tbla u-k our una otuers. Or Im :*t biiIi try one pursuit 51)-,
Iiii(in terl (liieit'Iy frmn U.-ckhj iiin Tea (.ardein*. O ly
otiiFclviH butween ttie grnWfer* and you, Vour teci*nJ oider
will be 5 |iouud-<, price $2._fi,
 SOLE AflENT*?	
W. T. Heddle «& Co.
 l-ARTICULAIi OUOCEItS	
Free Press Block,      «".',&?A*" Nanaimo
Bi( Coal Prices.
Boston, Mafs.,.Sept. j6-Boslo« eoal
itealers.'toilAT furl) er advanced the pries.
nf suit coal ill a ftcn, mski.t- it |8.W.
VVIllilndav'sadvari-a. soft coal ha. in-
.' aaod In prine |2.80 a .ton''thii week.
Tlie p.ii-e ol bard cual remain! at (1$.
hut there It Utile tu bd had here.
Hanged (or riurdrr.
Mii'l.iaanClty, Iml., 8 .pi. 26-Lnni.
Ruseell Hie nes;ro who uiirdered Perry
stout, another n^arn, at a daaea at
Stum's home near Princeton last April,
was hanged here early thla morning.)
An Accurate Description.
Diilnlh, Minn., Sept. 26-The bidy ol
.Limes A.Tiliiiels, a well-known nnder.
Inker and member of tho loeal order ot
K.'ki, wai fuund In Mil apirtmanti hera
vesler.lay by nne ol hll employee!. A
revolver woi King by hii side,there wai
a bullet hole over the heart, and « Bit,
saving: "I have jut t.und out whit
an ass I am," ii dieted that hll di>
stniclon wai pumeditatcd. Tbb.li
had rrcentty become financially embar-
raaied and this, oonpled with tba fact
that hii love for a Dnlnth woman had
hem spurned, Is believed lo bav. been
1 he cause ol Ihe deed.
Rooaevelt All Right. •
Washington, P.O., Si'pt. 26-Admiral
P. H. Riiey, eurgeoa-geneeal oi the
ravy, and Dr. Lung called npon the ,
President tbii morning. Alter examination,Mr. R:i(v announced tbat tne con-
ditlon ol lhe Ptendent waa Htiefaetaiy,
WORLD'S NEWS III BRIEF.
To the Ui} smith Public.
Von Piimki* genuine tobaccj
when ynu vinnko
Cigar
Because it has Hie lull Havana filler
Aikfnrh.
The Province Gigar Co, Victoria, B,C,
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, aimer Bter, Cider, Prult Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages ol all kinds.
W. h. .?UiViri!NO.
Proprietor,  fc&Kg
WARNING!
ARE YOU INSURED? "mil
jl*i insured at unco lor it mny be
tno lata tomorrow, I represent eeveral
OLD and HIXIABLK Umnpanleiand
ean inanre you at a moment's notice at
tho lowest possible rates. All lending
eotnpanles charge tho same ratea. Don't
h. nrele.l Into insuring with a cheap
ooinp.uy -it might be dear in the end.
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
P. 0. Drawer 93, Nanalmo, B. 0,
4,.|.++aH.+a.H-n.+++HH.+4>++a>4>+*»
HOP HIR CO. I
Nanalmo, B. O.
MANUKACTURR113 on THR
Choicest Lager, Ales, Beer
and Porter.
COLD STORAGE-FI'sl class facilities
fur the atomic of meats, eggs, poultry,'
vegetables, etc., etc.
fHHfHHHM'HW-H-M-H-1
J-
II.SIMl'SON,
Barrliter, Solicitor,
Attorney, Notary Public, l"tc.
Money to Loan,
Netitilmo,
8ssop's Pharmacy
HIGH   STREET.
Prescription** I'-irefulli? dippe-need. Open
tUy and nlttht,
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.
Plain and fair.y bread. Cdkee nnd pnF-
triui* of all dufluriplione. Ffiiitu in
season.
tTARTUKY GISUORNR
Mi'itiliL-r Can. Society of Civil   Kngiiiccra
Member Itiatilutiiiii of l-:uvli-ic:il  Unjjiiit-ers
Electrical Engineer
CnrrenpniHlciice Sulit-ilt-il
Work Gimrantccd V. 0. Hnx 357
LADYSMITH. 11. C.
H. COLLINSON..
Provincial Ucninc.1 Attr-nvor, Into nsBayer
Van Amt'i Smelter, kflllrtbie mtnlysl*) of
orc-4, coals, etc. Slii|)iiii'titsitii-J satiijiliiiK
at hiiil-IUtk rtii'icriiiti'iKlcil. WeiRlitw ami
rfturtlKcheuketi, Next lotlie LuwCoutls.
V. O, llox 89.
THE VICTORIA ASSAY OFFICE
<6 Ungley Street, VICTORIA.
KITTO 4 GOOCH
fl.rrl.ters, Unllctor. .nd
Conveyancer.	
Olllcei Oddlellov,-s' Dulldlng, Roberta St.
LADYSMITH, B.C.
P.O. BOX 243
FOR SALE
Lots in blocks UK, 30 and 31.   A'eo
Hotel Site, 120.120 lee'.   Alio lotsl and
2 block 49,10.10 the two.
Apply to •
THOMAS KITGHIN - - NANAIMO.
Harrison Hot Springs
o-SANITARIllM-o
ST. ALICE HOTEL
This ildtRhtful health ami iilentnrc
icaoit, the fiut-st in America, utll-rs
Unrivalled Advantages
—To The-—
TOURIST - and - INVALID
MnRtiIfi«"t Scenery, FInIiIiid;, Rtiootln-f
Pontine, UDthiiifi. Swimming, Vapor
Hint Private Bnl'it* with Maflsngc.
THE HOTEL '*■•'♦ t"**" completely
retiovnteifniitl rcftirnihltcd throii«hiiiit.
electric liyliliii*-- lirst t-'iiMt cuiyitie;
ball and leiini-t Kroimils; charming
« driven,   Sjilftnlnl stui-ct-s." In ttt-flttlieiil
ol Khciimatisin, tJout, Kidney Trouble.
Every Comfort and Convenience.
Resident Pliyslcan. Rates: $2 a Day
Tub I.E.ipn: putilii-bea today th-t* full
Aeeoiiittr*xl I'rcts ecrviite qI telt« a-ilii
nottP, and will continue to do en p-irn-
I itly. Lidysmiih p-vaple ran ibim buvt
b» nnwB of the world d«IIv»r-d '** tbeir
homes two r-vpultigs n fteek for 25
a month, S-.H rial nrovlunial wrryti
itii* urninvd for,   RnlwnHh-** nt.-*,
i be
Get the Best-Work
K-tiiii-ites eheerlullv turnishod on any
thing ynu may need in the line ol paint,
ing, paperi.Hng|..g, wall and eellinir il»e
orating, Tl.e S.ar I'anit 8hup, High
Street.
S. ROEDDINO, Prop.
THE CANADIAN
Paris, Sept. 25-Th. ion! oi former
Secretary HA i ol Iho Tiani vail, have
led an Inveiilgiitlng ex pedition to Mad*.
aaecar, and hope to persuade Iht French
Colonial Ministry to permit a Ian. Boor
c.iluny in the iiland. The people ol tb*
island di mud that tbe Bonn be sob-
jicted to it.ing. it Ipecial legislation.
They parlicnla'ly urge that: the mu
Irom Siufi Alrica "be not allowed to
oveiioo the country with flltliy (lock,,
laying waate wherever tbey oau."
O.-aa-a, Sept. 2> -The Custom! Department Is fi.rwaidlng tor di.lrlbolion
in Hie United Statulor the in.lmctlon
nf •«purler, to Canad ialummary ol the
en. mn" laws and regu'atiouol Canada
n n g.ini tu the ihipment tod dotiable
value ol loiprled good, end Ih. certl-
I, lug ol invoices, American eiportera
Hi niiii'h more oarelrii tban Europe.n.
In rep.aid lotbe regulation!.
of
Ilesil Odie, Toronto, Oat,
Capital Paid U| lOOnn.ooo
Rest t 000 OOU
Hon. (Inn A. G x, Pn-.stdent.
11. K Wai.kkii, .Ii nml Manager.
A Branch ol this Bank has
been opened at
LADYSMITH, B.C.
Saving* Bank Deparimtnt.
Intprpfl* slloirpil on .Ippoi'li. of one i'o|.
lar i-H OOj ami niuviiriln. Tlie deimellor
is sn1 j ot. to no (inlay iu depositing or
alttiililtwlng lands.
Current Araiiintt O.'cned,
Loans Negotiated.
Diallslstucd payable in all parti ol
the auild.
GEO. fflLLUVS,
Mauager.
Regal
Perfection
Stoves
J.H GomiAro.AfMta,
Suirtrl Uanufac-nrlna Co.,
Deer Sin. »»-*"*«'. »0.
Thii "B g.l Perfeollou" range
nougbt from ynu. ilu-e two week!
ago na. glvpu ul the otmost .all.,
famlon, anil we, with great pleat,
n.e, rewnniiieud tho "Regal"
rsnse to anyone that Italy w.itiei
to get ih> lss.t novo on the mar-
k"t and [or a prion that hai to
eunal. Any d.ia.n'nl bnver hai
only to see onr Ine.d that eome.
out ol the oven to hesitate eo
l.ii.ae.t, bnt teiure one ol these
ranges whilst you bave tbem Id
Itook,
Y "Ur« rp.renlfi.Hv,
MltS.JA-HESPiIlOEIEK,
Five-Acre Liti.
Freight Paid to Udysmlth.
J. H. OOOD & CO.
NANAIMO.
Tha Great Casii Furnlturi :i.n LADTS3IITTI   LRA-OKR RBPTEMBRR t**I.l»f"".
Ladysmith Leader
l*i)Wl8h(td every Wednesday end Saturday at
rim lender Building, comer of First Ave. and
Preach Street, udymnith, Briti**i Coliinib'a.
NO lilKlllil (JI1A01P1UN 111*.
Toronto Evening Telegram of tbe 18 h
fnMant, thus polishes 111' Baip1i Smith:
Oenenre would ha light  punuhninnt
for the (tliHrgt*s -rvliiiib  h»ve been made
against Hrtlph Smith, MP., by the D-
T. h. GkAHAMB, Kditor and piiopkikiob. ' minion Trades  Congress.    Tlie  Indict*
 jmflntsniay hB  too   numerous  and too
strung, but tbey include  at  least one
8CBSCRIPTION RATKS.
B? MaUL IB CANADA AND  UNITKD  STATES.
acoipn'ion wbieb tiannot be denied,
K dph Smith's brit-f rtcord in the P.*
One year (ahictty in advance) p oo minimi Parliament proves the subaer*
1*_ moutbs (strictly iu advouct)  i -5' vienee of his   labour   principles  to  Hr
allegitincB to the Liberal party.   Ha had
helg d here  aid   trimuel   there  bu<
TRANSIENT - Including busincs-*   notice.,   there    haa     hi.m   w[t),„    l^.gi-r,   „0I
..alls for tenders, applications for and traiisfenif  breftrJth t0 hi(, generf|,  Bdvoi,ft|.y   of tt|(,
inleresis of labour whore party considerations laid upon him areeirainiiig hand,
The revo't  of  tho   Labour Onniiri*?*
against the leadershipof men tile-- It I pi
ADVERTISING RATES.
jtceuaes. legal notices, etc., ioc. a line first
*crtton; sc. a Hue each   ubsetiuuit lustriii
-.iuca measure to the inch.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Rales ou appHcatlon. ' No wood cuts used.
Cuts for regular use should be all metal.
Marriage, Birth, Death a**,d I'tuieml notices,
each insertion .qc.
Advertisements not Inserted for a specified
Unie will be charged fcr until ordered to be discontinued.
THK LEAD1JR will be found at the following
places*
i alys-uUh-The Leader Office; The Ladysmith
Pharmacy.,
(rtanaimo—E. Plmbury <*■*■ Co.
ytcloria-Fublic Library; Provincial Library; «"<•
It eeema that the "rmart set" nre ex<
ceeding wroth wih Mr. Henry Waiter*
non, he of tbe scalding pen and vitriolic
wit, whorfcently expresced his candid
opinions about those excrescences on
All changes in advertisements must be received j the body pocial. Mr. Watteroon is not
at i his office before in uooit the day before far vrrorg In ileclaiing that tItuBe peop'e
Hotels.
Vaacouver-rttblic Library, and Hotels.
New Westminster-Public Library.
Srai'b is an enpntiragingi-ign, LahnhrV
etrengib will tiedfBpiBed by polHeianp
eolong ns it er-alts men whncan ba in
dnced to abuse the principles tbey were
elected to Biippnrt,
A poor representative ol labor in
Parliament is worse thnn no icireeenta*
tlve. Riliih Ruiitb has served no useful
purpose at O'taw-tnnd labour could well
afford to throw him out of the Traded
OongreBB or out oi the I) nmnion Parlia-
■Eflent,	
••• isct ibers not receiving paper regularly please
teiort to this office,
Ai! ioo work strictly cash on delivery.
Tr indent advertisements cash in advance.
a e utterly vile.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1901.
I  NOTICE TOJTHE PUBLIC, |
5     Subpcribers not receiving Thb |
A Leader regularly will confer a K
I favor by reporting promptly to j
Ltbis office.
0>
Dawson Oily i i the latest victim of the
b ef trust. A combination of stock
owners has been formed to control the
meat supply of the whole Klondike
region. Hotel keepers, managers of
restaurant*?, even tho minlngcotnpanlep,
are storing large stockB of meat In anticipation of the ilse in price. Pi mini-
ran would be good'ptuir to lay in. If
one could live on tbe mummified bully-
beef he could laughgat the trust.
SUPPOSED IMP0S1UK.
A N-W  IIHILMHI,
blML llilfililij CUl'lluloulUll,
Man Irom Chicago Works Strang! Victoria Lumber Company Extending Objects for which it was Appointed
Game in ladysmith,
Tholr Business Near Ladysmith
One day this week a young lsdv livl-g     Mr- B,n""'1 Etb. 'l"•™»,, (or ,he Vic*
in thla town wascalled upon hy a Wi,|'oria Lumber Company, raine up from
thin man In rather ahabbv clothlnr. H» Oliemainnaon M,inlay in make the pre
,  ,,,      „,,.,—,       I linilnarv arrangemeulB for building tlie
represented hlmsiIf lo b. Mr. K-ltnn,1
,„ ....        , .   _ .   i lined railway to .un (r< in tho head nf
trsvplllng agent of ihe Iincna!  Pub.
„,,     - ,,,,. ,,,      .,-      Luily.mith boy into the timber limit.
Helling Company of Ohlpago, III.    Alter
,     ..     . „          .owned by the company in the range
some insinuating ts k   tins   indiv'dn.1,
behind Ladyeuii'.h.
Explained.
Thiti ne a- line, on which a start will tie
made immediately, will nearly connect
wilb 1 ne already built and running from
tbe lumber yards at Che in aim.a, and extending up tin mountain beyond the
Pint-ill l.ke   from   wliirh   Ladyemith te
r'qtiested the voting My to lake up'he
general agency for Ladysnilh and dis
trict; she to find several young girls to
do the cnnvaPBing, from hon->e to house,
and she, esgeneral agen'.tndirect them.
The salary wib to he 1)7(10 a year, and
the young ladv was to  travel   no  and Buo" ,0 tir"w  Ufl   flttttr  in^f*   T,liB
down the district hern-lf to see that the! wil1   m,,ke  a!uo9t fl   b"U uircla Irom
B-ih-sgentB    were   not  si-Irking' Iheir'Olwmaluw to lhe bead of L.tdycmttb
work;   eomethi'ig   to be allowed forIl*ftrbor' amI wU1 opeil U|t Bn ,u"nBI'M
travelling exnennpfl. -tract of-fine tiff, her h\v.i\. tnabl'iig  tbe
The man from Chicago then Baid that Viotoria Lumber Company to tap per-
tbe young lady must fl-nt mike a de- !*)11p'lhe hvbt ''art *•' th*ir tlmhvr Ie'
popito!$(J.5!>caflh, tbe same to be  n. -Bonr-WB.
funded at the end of the week, arid to be Thp lioe wil1 be Pwht?(* on aB faflt fl8
collected from the etib-agentB—all were P0Bsib,e,B(J aB ,Q (tfltit lmilt bt*fo"* t,,e
to pay a deposit, not necessarily as an nwy KWOn wt* ia> F,r "liB Pttrl,weR
evidence of giod failh j ist to show that ^trons: f>rre will lie put to work without
there was no animohity. The agent was N-eley* Ifc to nnderatood that the logs
bo exceedingly urgent about this deposit wi!1 bB brollKht to tbe water ttDd "•■•eiJ
payment that tbe young lady began to\&°*b to the inilh.
puspect that the rmootb Individual from Tbe Prep(,flce of *-cn 8 "••My run*
Oilcago waB not the genuine artbde. He ning thiough tbe very heart of t'.e rich
wanted to leave sample*- and have bor 'Mineral belt now known to exist J-JBt
go to work on trial foi :t0 days but the! behind this town will be a factor of the If it ia a nice clock yon are looking foi
deposit had to be paid before'anything utmost importance to tho metalliferous we have tbem from »L00 to $18.00, W.
cmllhedone. industry wbieb ia very likely to spring H. L'v.''y, LulysmithV Lending Jeweler
up here before long,
In fact mining men look for an enorr.i-
0111  amount of development after the
railway gets fairly into running order.
Ab th> re appears to he an erroneous
impreBBlon regirdiig the t-l-jmitl for
whiuh the Roya Ouitimlspl'mn| E qn'rj
Into the causes of -explosions In cna
miiies was appointed, it will be as w 1
in view of the approaching visit t.f the
commission to L'.dismith, to exp'a n
exicily what the c-jiimiieeioneni were
appointed to do:
The oommlBBioners' duMee are to tsk<
evidence from all those interested in
mines iu order to a.-ertaiii, If possible,
tbe t ii»- cau en (f explosions generally,
Hnd afterwardB to recommend wbai
"ftion U necesrjary to prevent the Banie
and ensure general painty.
The utineiB of Ltdyumith Bhould take
fiill ri'lv.ni hjjh uf tlit** oppor'u-ji'y whirl
will s wn be presented to them, to ap<
pear 1) fore the coinmi.siou and give
their candid opinions, founded on their
experience and kuowledge if existing
Ctinditionsln the mines.
The miners can in this way do a great
deal of good lo themselves, as there ia no
doubt Unit the recommendations ol tlie
commlssionera will bo forcibly presented
to the g ivcrnment, nr that action will be
taken to muke the changes tbat may be
found nece-iB&ry to iaore&se the safety o
all wbo wi-rk underground.
She | romplly declined-to have any.
thing tod-) witb the Bcheme, and the
assent left on the next train for Victoria
or som*?wberH down tho line, Tub
Leader has since learned tbat slmi'ar
oflWs were madi to others, but a'l .were
dtjollned for the pame reason, that tbe
man from Chicago seemed altogether too
anxioiw about the payment or the de-
TU .UHVfY THE LINE.
Mr. Dennis Harris, C.E., and Parly
Leave for Cowlchan Lake,
One nf the passengers on Thursday'.
.rain from Victoria was Mr. D^nnii
Harris, C, E„ who had just eome np
f-oni ll.e eapllal .iter teceivlng final in-
s'.notions from the Gblef 0 .mmlsshne r
ol Lands and Works regarding the survey ol the new route lor a railway from
the weal end of Gowiolian Lake to the
north end ol the island,
Mr. Harris hai taken a party ol eight
assistant! with him, and ezpecti lo be
on thla work until the middle or end oi
November, according tu Ihe aeather.
They will (ollow al flnt the valley of the
Nitnat and thence find Ibe most feasible
rnnte through the mountain! lor the
railway.
Mr. Harris told Thi I.e.uif.r that he
did not expect to encounter an; very
serious iliSlculilei on Ihe prtipo.nl
route, which would pan throngh the
Serata dietrk-l, reported lo be very rich
in mineral!, and haa some floe agricultural lam', The building of thli pro*
posed lioe would, Mr. Hanis eaid, revo-
lutionizs conditions on Vancouver Island.
CWT. .TIil,Illlll'S l-IIII.O-'OPIIY.
No girl ever guts so deeply In love that
lhe forgets to sse that her hat ie on
.*am*a*^**i>K-am*am*am*4-m.»W.*4-^j.
TOO FIERCE.
Nanaimo Herald coinet to the reicne
,ol its little tin Buddha, the tempestuous
Smith person, lu a tierce editorial article, ln which The Liider catches it
without running alter it. One more
(urn oi the screw ud the Herald's remark! would have been unlit Ior print.
That the writer ol that column and a
hell advertisement ol Thb Lsader Had
irotb on hll wblikeri when he tailed
into tbe icandaloui Ladyimllh newspaper ia evident Irom the following
piece ot eiquiiite flercenen:
"The oue man io Canadian politics
who hae been the liar athlete aud tall
tumbler, and hai done the fluent all
rout-d trap) as work ot tbe whole political gyroscope; tbe man who has sold
himself to anythiog and everything that
would buy him; who baa been incoeii-
ively government, opposit on and mug*
wump, but ihyiter all the nine, whose
record ll ao rotten that no one bnt tbe
Leader haa a good word to lay tor blm
and whole careen il devoid ol even a
linger point ol area in whloh veracity
dwells; lor thli man to call Ralph Smith
j, (akir is tha hypsrbole of ludiuiouenesi.
Yet the Leader swallows It ail anil
lawns on Martin as ol yore evincing a
perverled political vision if not alio a
perverted moral one."
"Even a finger point In which veracity
dwell." il limply epic, it il high-grade
poetry; but "to call Ralph Smith a fakir
il the hyperbole ol ludicroninen" ii delicious b'jond.compare. We shall note
that "bypeibile ol ludiorousneii" ior
Ole at political meeting! at which Saint
Balph may ba preient. Fanov hurling
th.t mouthlul oi mixed metaphor and
linguistic thunder at the man I Why, it
wnuld knock hii braioi out—II inch a
(thing were possible—which we doubt,
lion. Joseph Martin'a aecurate del*
jtription ol Smith hit the mark too well;
hence llie blood on tbe lace ol Ibe moon;
bene, the loam-flecked editorial In the
. Herald. Mr. Smith il .labor laklr, and
th. beat prool ol It It tbat nen hit dupes
tn Nanalmo bave awakened to the (act,
and h.v. lent Smith abont his business
Nome the Herald trying to defend
Smith', treachery to the Labor party, or
hll taking the Liberal Government back
ihie.h—ol courie, lor lervicei rendered
or to be rendered. Smith la politically
dead. Up witb yonr next leader, Nanai-
-tao, II he li radically different Irom
Smith ha wlll deserve support, and
-probably got lt-uutil he also attaint
1.00 much head.
*f b. t,**M lo atjvertiie 1. all th. lima.
Evidently4the genial pastor ol Wallace
Street Metbodlit Church, Nanalmo, is a
enbscriber to and a careful reader of
Fro Elhertus's little monthly magazine,
the Philistine, tor he takea al the subject of last Sunday morning'! preachment a lomewlial neat anlmrism of Mr.
Hubbard'a, though lomewhat frivolous,
not to any blasphemous, to wit: "In
the midst of life we are in debt," wbioh
appeared ae a[ column-tall in the September number.
By treating thc stagnant poola ol
water in the moraitei and iwamps with
a top dreeling ol kerosene the medical
ilsffof tbe Uuiled S'atei ocenpation
force tranelormed Cuba from a hotbed
of yellow fever and malaria into one ol
tbe most ."salubrious countries ln tbe
world. Thui were destroyed the Urvae
of the mo.qiito In untold blliioni, and
the moi qnlti. alone ia responsible Ior Ihe
spread ol those terrible diseases. There
are epoti In Briiish Columbia where a
trifle ot kerosene tluieonsly applied
would bring unspeakable relief to many
sufferers frmn those dangerous pelts,
posit.   He did not do tbls part oi the ■ Btrniglst
work In an artleiin manner, bi-t will, I   TheSfll mflv hp m,,hn,r than the
he fever and unsteadiness ol an .ma- ,Word bnt It lin't ball as killing as  a
tcur. .....
,,    ,       ., pro'tv typewriter.
He also rather put his fo.t lu it here     Wblte blouses worn bv a girl remind
hy laying that he had suoceedad ia per- „.„„• ,.,„i,v_»-i,en worn by a man, ol
loading Min  Mitchell, school teacher hlmll|[ |ty
here (n-take no the agency.   There's;   Kl.si. anonn lh.1 . girl pressing
ev n more (ban the average intelligence
town.  The man Irom Cii-a<o appears to |, „r,abte to decline.
h ive less savey than the average clair-1    You can never tell how a girl look, al
voyant,wlm usually duds out all par- tbe breakfast (able by her make-up rt
tlculan before having a supernatural the theatre in the evening,
visitation (for one dollar a visitation.)        ThB »i(e who |0»es b-r png dog and
il everlastingly caressing him il wedded
to the wrong man.
A certain London clergrman who has     Be'*"6 ma'rl"f * '"""■••r', -!"D|"I1 tn ,"
been travelling In Greece lately lound """'"   »e*-'--'',l°-*   marriaRO   eloiply
Dr.T. Glendon Madly, Daollst, will
return lo L (lye.ii.itli Friday, Siturday
and Sunday of tbls week. Dr. Moody
will meke regular visits lo Ltdyimlth.
Offlce at Nicholson's Hill. Viotoria
utHee, Old I'listnffiiiii building.
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A  COMFORTABLE HOME
IT Wl! AN .-I.-VUI ISII" BISH.
himself compelled to itay the night at a
monastery on Mount Athoi. The wel-
coma waa warm, but the food execrable,
in particular the soon, which the gneit
could hardly force himself to swallow.
Being a classical ichohr, hit knowledge of ancient Greek helped him to
aome unilerstar.il ng i f the monks, wbo
ipoke the widely dlff-irent modern
tongue, aud he wai astonished to bear
that the nnpalatabie loup wai an English dish.
"English I" cried one of tbe monks,
aildlrg that an English sailor had been
there not long belore and recognisad it,
"What did he call ll?'' asked the clergymen.
Tbe monk had to think for . moment
before he cou'd recollect the strange
English name of lhat lonp. Ah I he bad
it.   It wai"beee'ly muckl"
walks on it.
B.lira marriage a girl ia pensive—
lifter mariisg" expensive.
NOTICE TO MINERS.
The billowing not'ee has been posted
at the railway stationi—
The washer whistle will give three
distinct whietlee at5a.m., when there
ia no work on the morning shift, and
three whieiieeat 1 p. in., when there Is
no work on the afternoon ehift.
WbLUNGTOS COLI.IERV Co.
IS THB DESIRE OP US ALL
Hi***
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Wallpaper, Curtains,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc., Etc.
mm
There Is Comfort In Our Goods
Everything to lurnlsh a home in
in iite.t or elaborate style. Write
Inr our large catalogue (free) lliu..
Haled aud priced la store in Itself).
i
I WEILER BROS.,       VICTORIA
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I Coal!   -   Coall!
Mr. H. Lively, the well-known J weler
nl Firet Avenue, hai moved into the
lerge itore in the Kilpatrlck block just
vacated by Mr. T. L. Davles. and will
make a Hill stronger hid than ever Ijp
the palrouage ol Ladysmith'a enterprising people.
Mr, Lively hai entered into an arrangement whereby hn becomes the local agentol Messrs. M. W. Waltt A Oo.,
the celebrated Viotoria firm, (.nil  will, tbe E. A N,, went np to Nanalmo on
carry a splendid stock ol pianoi, organs, Thursday's train,
and musiual Initriimenti and supplies ol
all kinds,   He will also handle station-
BIIANVHINU OUT.
perhonal
For the Finest Butter
and Fresh Eggs
-GO TO—
T. X. JONES,
GATACRB STRBET,
CANDIES. FKDIT IN SEASON
Mr. Thoi. O'Connell of Nanalmoi wai FLOWER POTS
a visit... lo this enterprising town Wed-1    . ,    ,        „   ,
nft^., I have (hem in great variety, all sias.
,,',_. ,    .   .      ,.,   and at reasonable prices.  Call aud in.
Mr. II. L. Baxter was in Ladyimith 'sped the itock.
on business Wednesday. I
Mr. w.iv. b. Mcionei, M.p.p., .pent | J, McDonald, High St., Ladysmitli
Wedm s lay afternoon visiting Mendi In
Ladyemith,
Mr. John Bryden, of the royal commission, went up to Nanaimo on Wednesdays train.
Mi. O. L. Courtney, traffic managerol
To ihoJPublic.
Notice is her.by given lhat. portion
ol the new nubile ichool building wai
opened nn Monday mnrnlng, September
Miss  L.kely ol   Victoria, returned'15 h> 192. '"" (be nee ol lenlor and
home-on Thuisday alter visiting Iriendi J",,lnr tnird ol""*> ">A m,'io',nd illnM"
eryandis putting in a large and vsrytuerei fourth class, who are hereby notified to
varied itock of the lame. Harold Willlami ol 8eattle, spent a j ."end from thii date lorward,
The jswelry department il on the lelt lew dayi in Ladyimith.    He lays thli
band tide on entering the itore, the place is more like an American Western
muilc and stationery departments on
the right. The itore, whioh is admit'
ably adapted for the purposes of display,
For the Trustees,
A. 8. CHRISTIE.
Ladyimllh, B.C., Sept, 0 h, 1002.
town than any he hu leen In British
Columbia.
Mr. T. Whitney, one of the nnmerom i^^^^^^^^^^^o^^^^^
wiil, when filled up w'lth'the well-ieleoU book agents for Collier A Son, New];;
York, viiited Ladysmith on Wedneiday - -
nn hii monthly round
Mn. Herbert Stanton of Nanaimo,'"
palled down to Victoria on Thursday's ■■
ed itock which Mr. Lively li arranging,
preient. moit attractive appearahre,
and will be a deolded ornament lo Flnt
Avenne.
new itore ii one ol the finest ln the
whole diitrict,
Mr. Lively is certainly to be compil-, ''"J11' ._,.,.„. ,       „,
mented upon his deteimination to keep! S"pt.F. D. Utile came up from Vic
himself, ai ever, In the lorelront Q,>Ha Wedneiday night on the way to
Ladyimlth'i maroh ol progreii.    Hii E^*-**.*"0"-
Captain and Mn. Yatel ol Nanaimo
paieed through Ladyimllh on Wednesday on their way to Victoria to epend •
lew dayi.
Mn. Reeve ol Sproat Lake, Alberni,
left for bump yesterday efter spending a
A large stock of thoroughly "W™"^
lumber—)!! and sntl class cunsUntly on
hand. All orders atrictly atleuded lo.
Quulntlous cheerfully given,
Mra. Trnmper li having nn up-to-date
flsh market built on  Mr. Ward's pro.	
party at the corner of Firet Avenue and '^ 'i,^tm'^'A^i^'ii^i^0"
It ibsrta itreet.    Ai will  be eeen ln ; iiBlkeyi
another column Mr.. Trnmper is pre-,   Mr n'nnglas D. Muir ol the Wclllog- ♦  T   .        ,.,    ,-,   , „„„
pared to supply the people of Ladysmith ton 0ll ,iery 0l   0[,i(,e g|a(fj V1(|tnr|>| -      Olltt   W.   UODUm,
with good wholesome fish at all timei ,„,_„, ,„ i„av„_|th on   Wfri,1M„,y ■. J
and seasons.   Such a builnen ought to ,nd ,,,, ,_,,„ Fr|,|aT (or th. Nur(h fU ;;
meet with cordial support heie. Tng Pi|gt| pn   t(J„d|l, „,
; Wellington Colliery}
Company, Ltd.
Wellington Coal   Best household coal on the Pacific
Coast
Comox Coal—Best steam coal on the Pacific Coast
Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and household coal
The above coals are mined only by the Wellington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmith,
Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay, Baynes Sound.
Head Office
Victoria, B. C
Ban   Franciaco Agency,
R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
340 Steuart St.
0.
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COMPANY, LTD.
Manufacturer, of all klndajil
?l and Dressed Lumber
Mtnilrjlp,*", Laths, Shingles, Etc.
BOOTS UD IK
Made and repaired. All work
Guaranteed, Inspection invited.
Haraeu Repairing a Specialty.
At S. Christie,
LADYSMITH,
B.0.
Bread and Pastry
22 Loaves
for Ono Dollar
The bust In town and deliver**-*] to yonr door
dally,   it will pay yon to deal with
Managing Director, ^
;itTt+TtTt**************** 1 Ladytmlth Bakery,
JOS. KENNY,
Esplanade
C. M. CHALMERS, *
Manufacturer of
All kinds of Harness, Collars, Saddles, etc. Also a Large Stock of
Trunks, Grips and Valises, to be
bad Cheap,
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
TheCre8ceirt-      Nanaimo
Siattlt, Wash.
Nobody can affbrd to be without it. All th
telegraphic news of the week. .'arm. field. Harden, sport, society. Beautiful illustrations saw
halftones,  sample copy on application.
All Far Qni Dtllar • Ynr, LADYSMITH LEADER. SEPTEMBER 27. MO*.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes.
t^m^a^^^m^^m^^^^^^^mmm^mT
In the South Nanaimo Assessment District, Province
of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that on Saturday the 18th day of October, A.D., 1902.. 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 persons on the thirty-first day of
December, A.D., 1901, and for the costs and expenses of Sale.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAM!.
Nanalmo District,
Greenway, John	
Ke.ilt, W. J	
Fieldina Rintiaiit	
Fielding, Fred. J	
Fielding, J-s. A	
Perry, Jjlm	
Texada Island
Lee.T.H	
Nhannon, K. L....	
Stalnlord, J. 1.	
Abrams, Join	
Atwell, W. D	
Urelster. (iee	
Brett, Samuel	
Biishong Ivan	
Cochrane, A. K	
Ij.vIb  Lennani	
Ellis, Ida L-iIIp	
Foley, T. E	
Fraser, J. ll	
Johnson, E. A	
Jnnei, D.vl.l	
Kiddie, Thorns.	
Kirk Lake Milling Ci-	
I.e H.v,  Minnie	
Meneiei, ,1 no. A Block 7, lot 1
Meniiisliaiii.il     "   11, lot 2
McKe'vle, Alex     "   40, lot 3
Skirt Description ef laid
Real
Prop.
L"l 6 5 icrel
•(eo. Ia2.lol.20, 21 62 5
Sec. 2, lot A 47 acres
Sec. 2 lot B. 2 acrea
" 2 Im 0, 3 acre!
Lite Pi 4 and 7
Lot 21, (54 aerel
.Sec 4, S K H, 10 acrei
Loi 17 1(10 an.es
(Hook 3 1,1 11
12. lot 10
7, loi .111
Sec. 22 100 s'tps
Ulncs 4 .mil S3, lots 8, 12
Lot .1, tnw.iie Kit.
Bl.uk 8, Im 35
38, loi 18
3i lot 1
4 loi 10
4U, lot 0
III lot 5
31. Im 4
Part lot 111 SJ acrei
McLean, M. A...
McLeod, W. il..
McNeil, A	
Kiehtinvple Ja.
Paxton, C	
I'ilat, M	
Battery, W.J ...
Itorlton, W. D.il
6.ndei, 8 D	
Hlnilh, lien, C	
Up'iin.G.	
Woodhna, W A	
CauliBeil.il, D.iotby	
Oiiow, Dun	
(Indira.ie, A. K	
O -erinv, A Vfaretrt.il	
O'lchrlsi, Jus	
Lvoiip. Riot	
Niiihola, Geo. K...	
Klrnr.it.eru, Wn.	
bummers, Jae	
Summer. A McLeod.
Thompson, Joseph...
Thompson, Bimuel...
U onbarl. II. A.	
Mi-Oi-un, Dire «...
Wilson, William	
. Douglas District.
Prenllee, Wm. T	
Bites, II. L	
D.i.oghiu:, 11. I-	
liov.0, J'jbi	
Bright Ulstrlct.
Keen, .1 a. ami J.ilm	
Mewiu, Rob'.	
Maaon, itoli-	
Oabrlola Island.
MrKens'", C. C. Est. ol„	
Nilsitn, John	
Riven, Bobl	
Hansen, Alice	
McUuliie, lieo	
Wyllie, John Mrs	
Eiveri, R.bt	
Small Island, near Kuper blind.
Jamei, E'	
San-rater Island.
Hon, Morrii, Est. of	
Lasr-uetl Island.
Moss, Morria, Eat. of	
H'uhbiuge, R.bt., Kit. of	
Wither, Thomai	
'.drey, Boh*.	
Kaniom, W. B-  .
B'ock 22, lot, 1
Sen. SI  ililacies
Blura 12, lois4, 5, 6
"    llti lot 10
"      7 lot 84
"     47 loi 2
"      3, I-i 4
See, 22 12i)anrpi
Hoik 7. line 17 ID, 21
" 7ilols 10,11 12.13,14
"   37,1... 8
"   11, lot II
"    8.1"' 3
Loi 311.  33 sera.
Block 38 ml 10
ll. loi IU
40 loi 5
li. lot 1,2
11 lot 14
5, lot 8
13, loi I
47, Im 3
2:, 1110 H.ire.
Ul-nk 4. loi 3
7, lot 7
IS   OI18
n Im 8   '
Ul 23, 320 ..••"-.
H'ock 8, l-.ie 31 3!
Sep. 3, S W. ii, 147 acre,
t, N.tt.Jf.ltMtuirti
Sec.,1
L-.I 4,81 acres
■lin I i.ullding
LO! 1. Hill IICIL'S
Lot 3, Hill allies
Anderson, Stephen,,	
Buss, Walter „.	
Jeffrey, AUred	
Jeff-ey, Abraham...
Steveni, John	
■Il.'i' I?. 1150 ncrea
■I. ii " l)J iori-1    ■
!Lot 10, 'ji nines
Sue. 7 IHO acre.
Sen 17, .S.W JaT 1*8 acre.
Sec. 10, N.W H ui JJ.M
ii 40 acres
Sec. 13, N K H lOOacre,
S»o. fl-S.W Ji, I62ac.ee
Sail 28 N.U H. Ueo.ei
See. Ml M.E Jj;, lOOa-rei
s»n. 12 NEW.il S.WW
10 .p.m. S.c. 22, W. H S.
V/.!i. 80ac.ee
Lot 29, 40 acrei
Sec. 1.1 SEK »nd S.W
li 115 acrea
leu. 8..S Wof NW%8fl..
Sec. 3 S),..fNKk04i
Sec. ;5, NEJi 82 seres,
See 2il, *' iiotKiin*.
Sec. 18 N» Hili I ace,
Sec. 27, B'-JolSEJi 81a
Sec. 28. 8 Ji o(8 W!4* 80
Sep. V8, NK ii 15-1 eiiree
Sre 20, 8 W V.. 131) acre.
'ec.3i.NWJi 39 acrei
Sec. 21 SE i-4- 1(11 acres
Sec. 23, NEJi 1110 acre.
Seo. 30 N S^o'SEJi-84
Sec.86.NJf-oISWJi77»
Thetis Island.
Foiter, Robt. Est. ol	
.13 Of'!
0 411
33 (ID;
8 41'j
II fl"
50 78
8 00
9 fl'
1 7(1
10 8C
4 till;
5 00
2 24
1 211
8 0(1
4 8li
2 01.
8 Sll
0 411
8 00
2 411
881
8 00
12 80
10 88
7 SO
6 60
2 111
8 «H
8 OU
3 84
on
8 00
2 411
2 41.
28
8 I'd
60
8 411
2 8
16 IM.
3 36
1 20
1 ».
3 80
10 26
2 811
48
3 60
1-4(1
8 3't
14 4P
11 (HI
0 IH
11 62
13 110
3 211
23 04
9 611
10 5'
2 40
10 32
10 20
1 110
10 33
7 211
4 00
11 62
9 12
0 13
10 36
8 80
6 «n
4 40
1 20
6 76
6  12
1 20
2 40
Lot 1,123 ion.
Wild
land.
|.o°o--,
40 60
7 25
70 00
Total Taxes Uapald
0 00
IB 50
43 10
48 00
Cxpeasei
aad Coils.
49 78
66 35
85 on
0 4(1
83 (in
8 41.|
9 (III
71 41
46 60'
7 26!
70 01
fl (IO1
9 fl"
1 711'
It) Br-!
4 Slli
6 (III!
2 24
1 21
8 00]
2 HU
8 8li
fl ll.
6 00
8 On!
2 411
88'
8 Wl
12 8li
10 Hi
7 301
6
2 16
8 (ii
8 On
3 81
Ul!
6 on,
2 41'
2 40
28
3 211
(10
6 III
2 80
18 (HI
3 311
1 21
1 9
9 (ll
10 26
2 80
48
3 fl"
1 4(1
IB IKi
8 38
42  10
48 oo
14 40
13 (10
9 flu
11 6.
13 60
3 20
98
23 04
10 82
9 60
10 33
20 40
10 32
10 21)
1
7 20
4 00
49 76
11 62
9 1
9 12
IU 26
6 flU
4 40
1 21
8 7(1
t 12
1 20
2 40
65 36
400
4 00
4 III)
4 Oil
400
400
400
4 00
* 00
4 110
4 01)
400
4 01)
4 00
4 OH
4 00
4 00
4 111)
4 00
4 00
4 01)
4 on
4 IK)
4 00
4 no
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 (K)
4 01)
4 Oil
4 00
401
4 Oil
400
4 00
4 00
4 01)
4 I'O
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 0>l
400
4 00
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
400
4 01)
400
4 00
400
400
400
400
4 00
400
400
400
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
4 00
400
4 00
400
400
400
400
400
660
400
5 60
4 on
400
4 00
400
4 00
400
400
400
Total Ami.
Due.
Nam of pern*
Newcastle Town.lt.,
Field. W. H	
Rawllmon, C'.aa	
Barlow, Hen	
Pariih, Henry, En. ul	
Durrani, O. W	
l'hllpoll, W. II	
C.r(er, O H	
Can sen. Tnonias	
D.wler, Jams. .-	
Harper, Jul	
Harris, John Mre	
Lawrence, Lonis..'.....'. .....
Lewi., O. T	
Lowen, 0, J	
• Lowen. O, Mn	
flehl.J. J	
Perry, John	
Duir.nl, O.W ."..
Phllpott, W. U.	
Par per, Jor.	
Start DeicrlptlM
•flM-l.
Lot 8 in lot 4 inb d
1 14 in inb. lot 17
'   I In nib. lot IS
' 10.19 Newcutle
nb. Ion
Lit 8 ia inb. lot 15
7
1 18 "
1   4 '*
Sal"
,   t .,
,  g i,
.   , .,
i  o „
,   . .,
1 16 "
,   i >.
i 12 •■
'13 "
1   6 "
i   a ..
i  j ..
Unpaid Taxei at Dec,
3llt, 1901.
Real fry  *«
35 20
96
128
80
«l
80
•0
9(1
90
tn
IW
I 9.'
180
1 ft)
80
Will
89 00
10 10
87 00
12 10
IS 00
75 40
50 60
11 25
74 00
10 01)
13 00
6 78
14 88
8 80
9 00
(1 24
6 SO
7 (10
8 80
« IX)
12 80
10 Nl
10 00
12 OU
0 10
4 88
12 00
10 80
14 88
11 20
9 00
6 16
7 (10
12 00
7 84
4 U0
9 (10
6 40
0 40
4 28
7 SO
4 UO
9 10
6 80
20 00
7 311
6 20
6 92
7 U0
11 25
6 80
4 48
7 60
6 40
20 60
. 7 80
4(1 10
52 00
18 40
16 OO
13 60
15 62
17 60
7 10
4 06
27 04
14 33
0 4o
14 32
23 20
6 00
14 32
11 20
8 00
13 75
15 52
13 12
14 83
14 25
14 80
9 80
8 40
5 SO
9 76
9 12
6 2.1
15 40
Total Taxei
Cxpeaiei aad
Unpaid.
Coin
1
t
11 8(1
4 oo
6 12
4 oo
490
4 oo	
8.120
4 oo
1 90
400
1 9(1
400
Ud
400
9(1
4 CO
128
4 00
8)1
4 00
81
4 00
80
4 00
80
400
98
400
90
400
m
4 00
196
4 00
192
4 00
160
4 00
180
4 00
.,80
400
Total Ant.
15 86
9 12
896
89 20
560
680
498
496
6 28
4 80
4 84
4 80
480
498
496
498
698
6 92
5 80
5 80
4 80
Name of Penoa.
Cranberry District.
Bolton, Jaoe	
Cntchley, S -ti	
E lis, William	
li'leon, Tiiom •	
II urie Isaac	
N oholsilll. I.aa	
Patton, A'b-r'	
R iclie, Frank	
Smith, Micheei	
Beauchainp, Robt	
Bateman, .la.	
Campbell, tOune-tl	
Henderson, R S	
H.idson, Wm., Est. o'	
Hirth.O. W	
Laiid, Rib'	
Masno.lt b	
McClmkv, Harry	
M, Kenale, J. A	
McMillan, Hei.rr	
McMillan, Hast	
Peere, 1','anb	
Pierce, William	
lticlisr.lson, J. IJ	
Tate, Isabella	
Treloar,J,.lir	
Ruler, .lory IS	
Spino, Frank	
Cedar District.
Wakeman, Jas	
Leach, John	
Greenway, A J	
Stevens, Gfl.i	
York, Ohas. Esi, ot..
Start Description of
Und.
Cavlo, G., et s'....
Civin I4.,etal	
Cavlu, 11., et a>...
Oyster District.
Walker, Geo	
Davis, G. P	
R na, Lirenzi	
Bryaut & Giitbuie   	
Carron, Catherine B	
Carrutbere. Arthur	
Churchill, Ntiliaiiiei	
Cmk, Edgtr	
Harper, Ernes'....	
K»ene. (Idas, E	
King. It J	
Manin, R b	
Mc-Iiitiiab dcUlulee	
Pears, Johu	
8 intlicomlie, il 	
Gffilo, Jo«	
Watson, Jaine-	
Wain, Harry	
.,'av, S..)uiipI	
Mountain District.
H'iMand, J.ilin..	
ll.itcock, Win	
Badcock, vl 111	
Jcoljlah la'ands.
Thompson, I'.iilip N..
Williams, Sldnev..
Williauii, J. T...
Ringi 8 lot 16.1 acn
Block I. loi 3
Halite 7, Im .1
I   loi 5
(1 loi 2
(I, lot 1
Lot, SonibWellington
Sec. II, lot 2
1. Im 8
fl, loi 0
3. lot 1
8 JiilS
2 lot 1
fl lot 8
8, Ji ol In. 2
Bloik 2, lols 1 ,i
Kane> 7.pi,...... 1,10
" 7 sep. 1, 50. a
Block 7. lots 1 ami 2
Block II, nan loi 1
"     I, loi 6
Sc. 12  block 0,0
fjit.S'ililll Welllugtoi
Block 11 In 8
8. loi 8
10. lots 13. 11 211
2. lots 11. 12
6, lots 1  2
Sec. I2, range 2
Ringe5 sec 4 Cn.Eii
11, sec. 100 see
6 sec 8,1)   91,
0, eei 8 111,. r >
1, sec. 5 Mn' (it
IM.sec.l5.1(1 17 2-.il..
II. 8.sec. 15, Itlv.V.
II 2, sec. 11, Mn. Ill-
It 8,.eo. 1:1,(1. Il.l'i
li 3,seo.l0,16,l
Reil
Hrsp.
* i
jo ft]!;
1 n
4 Oil;
2 40;
(I (IO1
11) 811 j
2 111 I
:i 8-i
2 41) 1
3 10 I
2 8(1
2 811!
3 31 J
4 80
1 01) 1
21 OO
4 00
5 Oil
1 41
3 20
1 Soil till
1 411!
2 lUi
8 ,1
ll I1' 1
2 8,
8 OH'
2 10 ■
4 00!
18 llll I
IS HI I
Wild
tail
Total Taxei
Unpaid.
Expenses
and Cost)
2 -I
Ill 1-
nip n )
sev J-
 I
Sec. 54 18 ac-ei
Sen. 65, IS acres
Ilk. II lots 1,2
Bk. 27 lot 20
Ilk. 8 lot 0
Ilk. 27, lot 1,1
Ik 115, lols 16, 10
Ilk. 6 lols 5 U
Bk.37, I"' 14
Sec 18,100 acres
Ilk. 13, I it 8
Bk 9. lot 8
«k. 117 lot 4
Bs. 21. In. 7
■I.e. 13, 1(11 anren'
>!k. 12 |.t. lols 4.15
Ik. 113. lot 4
Bk. 8, loti 13, 14, 15
R. 8, pt. sec.13,10
R. 5, see. 13, K.
It. 6, iee. 18, pt,
Lotl43,41,45,46,4C5
7 53
1 33
0 In
2 811
4 On
5 811
1 till
6 Gill
2 Sill 10
24 40
5 112.
0 40,'
1 HI
5 84
8 10'
0 40-
120
12 80
5 00
3 81
Dm
10 81
1 11
4 on
2 40
11 CO
10 80
2 40
3 81
2 40!
3 40
2 80
s sii;
3 SO
4 80
1 (III
21 (III
4 Oil
6 till
1 4l'|
3 Sill!
1 20
11 60'
1 HI
2 10 I
81)1
fl Hll
2 8(1 I
8 on
2 1ll
4 00
18 111
12 411
4 SI)
70 IIU
211 Ml
2 llll
2 4"
10 18
9
i
a
bi
3 75
223 70
7 5:
1 3:
0 40
2 811,
4 00
2 81).
1 on
660
2 811
0 10:
21  40;
6.02
6 10
1 40
5 81
8 40
0 40
1 20
10 55
5 HO
S 8.|
060
223 70
4 00
4 ml
4 (II)
4 IN)
4 ikl
4 tk)
4 (ID
4 00
4 Ik)
4 00
4 00
1 00
4 00
4 01)
1 nil
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 IK)
4 Ikl
410
4 I'll
1 10
4 on
400
4 nil
4 no
4 no
400
400
4 no
4 01)
4 00
4 00
7 01
4 (HI
4 IH)
4 00
4 0J
400
4 no
4 IHI
400
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
410
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4lO
4 ID
4 00
400
4 00
400
860
Total Ant.
Dae.
14 81
6 44
8 00
« 4'l
13 II.
11 l-O
II 10
7 84
A 41
7 4i)
6 -0-
6 80
7 21
8 81
5 60
28 IH
8 00
OUO
6 14
7 20
5 20
13 M
5 40
6 411
4 80
10 4(1
U ^0
12 011
6 40
5 Off
22 00
16 41)
9 78
8 80
80 06
21 01
0 00
6 40
24 48
11 52
6 32
10 40
6 80
800
(i 81)
680
960
U 80
10 40
2S40
0 9!
10 40
5 40
0 84
12 40
in 41
520
SIM
9 IW
7 81
i8 60
2.12 20
GEORGE THOMSON,
Assessor,
South Nanaimo Assessment District,
Ladysmith P.O.
■H+l+l-ttH-l+ltW-t-H+lW
illiVOl.  I
There ll alwayi a laihlon tn Ihe early
autumn for wearlne fruit instead o(
tl'iwen 11. hat decoration. Cherries,
currants, even .rapes and their foliage
are pressed into lervice.
Brown cloth, with iill-colored strappings, makes a charming coat and skirl
lor town,in coi i.oction with > brown
and white foulard s-srl and, perhaps,
mme fancy braid and gold buttons.
The favorite wraps of the moment are
the three-quarter ftnards' and E-nplr.
eoati in cloth ot white and pale shades,
lacorated wiih embroidery. Some cl
the dust cloaks are moit elaborate, ami
chiefly ent In the Japaneie style.
Pelerinei are still worn, .om. oi thr
nrettieit belof made almost entirely ol
coarse lace over 10ft falT.te in pale
ahadei, The infill, the pelerine, and
♦ he smart cape ell seem verv near akin,
and they have tbeir uiei a. tbe evenings
itrnw chilly.
Skirts of nnllned .Ipaca In Ivory,
while, paitel-blne, ibriinp-nlnk, blue
royale, or navy bine are delightful In
alpaca, and can be worn witb a white
blouse, slightly relieved with the color
ol the ikirt, nr with a muslin or cam-
brio blouse ol similar coloring. A little
uniformity of color, even in the moil
simple material, will make an effective
loilette for seaside-wear.
The shot-walaled woman ol medium
figure, neither particularly stunt or thin,
will greatly lessen tbe short appearance
al the npper part of her flanre If ihe hn
her belli bronabt down to a point in
front. Tbe old printed bodices ol two
hundred yean am, recently revived, are
excellent models for ihort-waiited peo.
pie, and pointed collets of lace or embroidery do muob, too, towardi adding
Imaginary height.
THE DVV.-ITE llUH.
Ai far .1 the United States Government Is concerned, w. appear to have
neard the laet of the pneumatic dynamite gun, which, if we remember rightly, wai emplnyed in actual warfare at
Santiaco during the war with Spain. I
I. announced that tbe plant at Sandy
Hook, the establishment ol which cwt
nearly £300,000, haa been sold lor aboo(
. fiftieth ot th.t mm to private par*
haiera,
Itii not, It .ppran, that Captain
Ziliniki'agun hai not proved what It
wai claimed to b«, but ilnce 1893, when
the flnt trials were made, explosive*
have been dlacovered wbieb can be Bred
safely from high-power gnis. It I.
twelve months since the B .ard of Ordnance and Fortification! decided that the
pneumatic gun abould no longer constitute part ol the defences of San Fnnclieo and New York, and they have
since made np their minds lhat then Is
no advantage in the retention ol a weapon which ia more likelr to get out ol
order than more recent invention!, and
ol which the range ii inferior.
PLAYED WniST WITH WELL-
I1TOTOH.
A veteran sportsman and yachtsman
hai passed awav In Mr. John Lea Bar.
ber, J. P., at Herrlngfleet, near Lowe,
tolt.at theageofSS. In hii eirly yean
Mr. Barber often drove th. coach from
Norwich to London.
Half a century igo he rowed from
Havre to Parle ln a donble smiling boat,
covering the distance, 800 mllei, la fifty-
eeven honra and a half. Ha excelled as
a whist player, and emong hi. posiei
■ioni wsi a ahllling he won from the
great Dnke of Wellington at tho laic
Lord Oy.(oi0'a.
MAGIMt'lCENT IHI IT.
Mr, Jamei Patterson, whom farm' He.
lour miles north ol Ladyimith, on the
Nanalmo road, laid on Ihe Leader'!
table yeiterday morning a couple ot
Bettenhelmer apples and . Btrtlett pear
which fairly astonished the itaff, accustomed .1 they are lo teeing prodlglei ol
the orch.rd. al the exhibition.. The
applea are glorioul specimen! ol what
can be done with orchards in Hi ii highly
(avond diitrict, and bear ont conclusively what Tux I.K.iisn nld regarding
th. Nanaimo al an apple-growing reaion. The pear wai a monitor, beautl-
(ulty colored and oi correct shape,
Inicloui and dellolonely flavored, Mr.
Patterson il certainly to be congram-
latedupon hit grand orchard production!.       	
The itory ol the discovery ol a new
Rand, with a main reel 20 mllei long, Is
disbelieved by the big Sonth Alrlcan
houses in London.
British military activities in India
hava been plven a ludilen Impetui by
recent Russian movement!.    -
Bcorei ol military officer! In England
Hnd Booth Alilc. have been ordered to
if Join their Indian command!,
I,
II. Ib mnuy years since there hae bee
as jruotl a tniit tuiiiii'jii in Kout, Enslaudi
LADY OR TI6ER.
Ar Unsolved Mystery.
An umolved mystery ii that connect-
ed with the late Frank B. Stockton'!
itory ol "The Lady or the Tl|«r." Al
the end cf tb. tale the hero ii lift in the
anna, abont to open on. ol two doora*.
behind the tint ii a tiger, and behind
th.iecond.airl who lovea the hem.
Another girl, wbo alio lovea bim, ltd
whokn«»itheeocretol lhe doora, ila»
nali him which on. lo open. At thi.
point tbe itory endi, and Mr. Stockton
never confided lo any on. bla opinion of
tbe hero's tale.
"I'm run I ahould like to Ml yon,"
he laid tn an inte, viewer, "bnt 1 can't,
berauie 1 realty don't know myself."
Tbe atory set everybody guenlnt, and
one dsv, at a reception, when It waa a
tonic. f debate, Mr. Stockton told Bud-
vard Kipling tbat h. thought ol going
to India.
'I'm glad of it," aaid Kipling, en.
ihusiaitieelly, "and IM tell yoa what
we'll do with yon I We'll lore yon ont
into the i'lngle, and bave.yon teli-d and
bound. We'll have yon turned on your
back, and get one ol our biggest elephants lo .(and onr you with bl. foot
polled ahove yonr head. Than I'll aay
In a most insulting tone, 'Oom. now,
Stockton, whioh wu it, tbe lady or tbe
llgell"
At one time Mr. Stockton wa. tha
.neit ol honor al a dinner given in
Washing on hy a msmher ol Preiident
H.rrison'i cabinet. When the dessert
was sei ved.it proved to be two big plate,
of Ice cream, one an orange ice In tbe
mold ol a tiger, the other ol vanilla, in
Ihe lorm ol a woman. Th. plate* were
In dont ol the hrnteeo, and ebe turned to her gneit wi h a prematurely triumphant air.
Whloh kind do yon prefer, Mr.
8iockton?"aheaii.d.
"A little of both, II yon p
Uttartf
at
Bunl.n  ProtreiilvlHi >■•
disappointed by th. Cau'.
Knnk.
Beporli 'mm Sehailopol 1*11 ol Inordinate rfi">rtiloitienglh.n the Russian
naval power In the Black Baa.
Lord Kitchener will hasten K« Journey to India, abandoi.ink; bla proponed
halt, ai If linrtoism on the way. •fe
LADTSMITII T.EM>FR. ST-PTRMKRU il. lA-V
When a Cold
Shiver runs
down your hack
"It's up to you" to change your
underwear.
Now dou't put It i ff (his lull aa
you did a year aifn. When you
caught a bail cold and paid oiltthi'
price of a couple of pood Biuta ol
underwear iu iluctor hills.
II you'.e not sneezing today
you will he shortly.
Heavy Underwear here from
37jic to 13.00 thBgainieiit.
 THB	
G. D. SCOTT CO.,
LIMITED.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
THE CITY.
Mr. A. 8. HaiUbK ol M. W. W«Ut
& On., Victoria, 1* noj -arnini* here a fun*
dttjB. 	
Lively rcpnlia uli kitula ot English,
8-,viaB aud American watches.
Str. Al-kl arrived yMerday from
Seattle to loud coat for tar utxt trip
north, next week.
Mary had a Utile .in?;
It fihon with beauty rare
She laid It wai ber engagement ting
And wae bought nt Lively's .tore.
Three thirty-foot steel tabes abont 7
laet in diameter have arrived from tbe
Vanconver lion Woika lor the Tyee
emelter tmokeetuck.
FOB SALE—lluuie and Lot situated
on French eueut, opposite ray Oltice,
lut eight., block six. Cash IL.IUU ur
tl 2C0. (25J down, in easy paymvuia 1«
1. mouttia time. Apply io Hugh J*
McDonald, Sonth Wellington.
To morrow evening in Firat Presbyterian Churuh a seivice of Bong|ul be
given under the direction of Mr. J. J.
Thomas, choirmaster. Aa tbe Firet
Pretlivterlan choir hue recently ben
stienittbt-ned by the addition nf several
excellent shig-*rB, there should he a
ep't ntlid attendance of the oon-jregatton
nnd filande. Mr. T J, Barron', will conduct the morning servlue,
J Ohiuatnen wit", without su'hority
settled on Ladysuilth'B heautilul waterfront, tire Hill Until) building Ihhihus in
I the luiinl Chinatown, although repeated*
liy warned that they may have to move
.at any time. Lumber te] irnii g down
I there by t.h« wagon load. When Interrogated Julio reiilii a wiih a Eiuile that ia
: childlike end bland,
It tnfiig(.rfl(d that tlie'8nnth"NatiHl-
: mo Licence Ciiron.iet-ioi ers'Vpeiid a few
dayi*   In   Lujthu.ith bifi-ie Jictneir.g
court day and ate for them-elvea the
j congest! d \t\ale oi the f.«i n nidation.
| Men'a/e Bleepiiig nigtitly in cellars, dry*
' goods, hues, ou verandahs and in, tool
'sheds although able aud„williug to pav
for beds. _____
The new church furniture, consisting
of altar, reading desk and lectern, Ib
'now in its p'ave In tbe English chiircti,
! The i.rtii-.fB are from Mtnpip. Leiser -A
; H-imbitrgei'eBtore, and are handsomely
GiiiB.it d. On.tlieftltar stands a large,
1 brass cross, the gift'ef Mr. aud Mrs aud
the Mis-es Boyce of Toronto, the parents
1 ard sisters ol Mre. Gisborne ol this city.
The, braes  vases vrere  given  hy   H*iv.
Father Dav tiiB port, of St. Thouius'
. Toronto.	
Mr. Jones, a well-known photograph*
er of Victoria, paid a visit to L..dysmtth
Wednesday.; He.wasbiuyall day lak-
inif snap shuts at the beautiful scenery,
and al-o al the Tyee Binelter. He te
ttilnklng cf opening a gullerv here, and
he cflrtainiy ought to do well fur Lad)-
Hiniih ( tr-rc a very wide lit-id fur thai
class of work. Most pfople here are
''looking pleasant" just now and nu
doubt uot a lew want their "picters
tuuk."
LADYSMITH CEMETERY.
Barqne Kinrois, Captain Murray, li
on tlie drydoi k at Niclorla getting over-
hauled. She ll bound hltber Ior coal for
Hawaii. 	
II you want tn not a nice ring remember wo cau make anything you waut,
W.H. Lively, Jeweler.
FOR SALE—Two novel and furniture, with carpet and malting. Apply
"Leader Odice.''	
Mrs. R. P. Wallia, ol N inooie, now
visiting Mr. anil Mn. Uso. Thomson,
will ling at the Engl ah church evening
.a. vice tomorrow,
So many Nanaimo people are coming
and going in Ladyimith th.t it il impossible to believe tbey intend to travel
all the time on retuin ticked.
FOR BALE—A guod paying business
on High itreet, cheap. Also house and
lot, good veil, Occupanla leaving ou
account ol 111 health. Apply to T, 0.
McKenolly, High street restaurant.
Wedneiday alternoon's rain, thunder
and lightning did much lo clear the air,
lay Ihe duit anil nut out tbe bush Una
Mire pipe lot thi water works arrived
thil week aud wai at once Bent up lhe
pipe line.        	
Good work la being dune nn tlie grading and gravelling of the H,plain. <e from
Gatacre etreet to Rjberti. It needed it
veiy badly.
Mr. John Miy ol Nanalmo, hai secured the contiaut loi tbe tearing d wn aud
rebuilding of Mre. Blakeley'i bone,
wbtcb ii at present situated Juat beyond
the bridge In Wellington. Sue iulenda
to erect It as a hoarding bouie at the
corner of Melhueu meet and the Espla-
nade, Lidyimilh.
AN   AUTISTIC   Jl.a
Mr. ' R.-rddlng, painter, hae jnel
liuitbed.decorating the Abbots', r-l .lining room, and ihaa*. made an artistic
ttiuinph'ol It. Thia piece ol woik may
he taken ae a good tx.,ni|.le ol Mr.
ltoediling'a skill ua a designer, decorator
and coloiist. The combination ol Hull
could only h.ve'heen done byi an artiit.
It ii> beaulllul hit ol woik lor which
Mr. Roidding deserves full credit.
(Ill III 11   Sl.llVi.'IS.
Church of IS igland—Sen.eraber 28th
services nt 11 a.m.. and 7:30 p.m...bong
service lu evening.
Firet Presbyterian—Sept 28 morning
seivice at 11. Sunday echool SlIlO, ev.ii-
ina *,e.irvioe,7 ISO. 8|iocial evening snug
seivice. _ 61 r. T, J. llsiion conduct, tbe
ii.oiniiig'etrvici'.
Methodist Church-Rev. W. O. Tan-
rer, B.A., pastor, Sunday: 11 a.m.,
SilU'ath ScIiojI; 7:30 p.m., eveulig
service,
Catholic Church—Seivice. every Sun-
dsv a. billows: Maes ut 8,30 a.m. and
10 30 a.m.   Benediction at 7 p.m.
Taklnj the Waters.
Presents
We are just unpacking the
latest In Oriental Goods.
VMM, Tea, Coffee
■nd Dinner Seta,
Toilet Sete,
Hanging Lamps
Sliver Breakfast and Tea Seti
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmith,       • B. C.
Tinsmith, Plumber, Hardware and
gloves, I,'?.
List nl anivnls at Si. Alice Hotel, Harrison Hot Spring,, R 0., dining the week
ending Scot 21", 1092:
From Vancouver—(1. W. Lawson, T
A. Jnlin|lon«, W. McGire, A.   Lang,  P.
Welch, E. F. B.blwin, II. K-dwell, J.
Girdivn, J. W. Barn, John .1 .tinslope,
Miss .lean Johnstone, John Do-nan, J
P. Vve. .1 ibll L-e. J. Bir^et   Mn-I.ircl.
Mn. A. M- D maid, M'es N Mlrfl.-|.l, T.
A. McLeod, Mr. an I Mrs. logll.anil Iw"
cbll.lren, Mr and Mrs. W, F, Evans nn'
child, V, Olirlfllan, A, Chapman, T, H
Fan-on, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Guyle, Jus
Bales.
From otber poind— .Ton. Wijcins, R
I Rees, .1, 0, Armatrong. Nnw Wik'iii'ui
.inr; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mcl/nnai-.
Mis. Wliinllred MiL*n-i"n, Vlclnrla; E
A. Uoulei, Miss Moore, R Miliar, K im-
loopsj Mrs. A. E. House, Nicola; Mr.
Ml k'o. P,liic.....|.; A. F, Thomas, Q ill
ctiena ; Fr.">, Obrer, Harrison; A 1)
McGhen, Hv, Merga-, (Ibllll• ■>* ; R .1.
Iiii-'m, lliw-nio, Y.C ; Mr. anil M-a Jas.
A Oiilv., Montreal. Qu».; F„ Plnce,
F It. Itor-eron, J. E. I'stker, W^alcom
Wall..; W. 0 P.iker,Tacoma, Wash.
A RTUONO < O.nillN ATIUY
Al aoon aa Ihe handsome corner itore
in (he Stephen! block, coiner ol Firs'
Avvnne and Oitacre itreet li ready.
Messrs. Fletcher Brm, ol Nanalmo ami
Mr. B. Forcimmer. Jaaeler, Ladyimllh,
will ocinpy It jilntly, Mr. Forcimmer
■cling ns local representative ol the
flruii. A large and well uhoien itock ol
muiical Initiuments, Including planni,
org.ni, and .beet muslo will be car.led.
Mr. Forcimmer wlll.cnrry onlhls jewelry businen Inoae part ol ta Itore,
while the rema'.bder will be devoted to
musical Instrument display. It la I »•
peeled that the new .lore wlll ba ready
about tb. middle ol.October.
.J!! FKs*
MAINLAND
UR
BRITISH LION
CICHRS
—Foi Sale by JOHN BICKLE	
Commissioners Pay an Official Visit
to New Allotment.
On Thursday furemon Mes.-us. John
W Coburn and T. I., Grabame, cemetery citmniii-s'iint-rp, FRComp-tnied by
Mr, King, the E. & N. R*iilway cum*
psnj'tiBUiveyor, visited the tract offlve
acres which liitB bten ailotttd (i r th*
purpores ol a nemeti ry a shurt dietuiice
west t f lhe i-ily liti.ita.
rittt* placeMti easily reached by taking
t'-ie trkid road after leaving the end ol
H:gh Btrt'et, Hiiil te only about sii min-
n'e.' walk from' the*; preecnO'lty line.
Even Bhould the'city he extended tin
three blocks farther west, an has been
arranged for in case if prreent expftn
Bioii C'lntinuing, the r*n-etery nill he
well outside of the town line.
Tbo five acres rhosen sre admirably
adapted fur the making of an ideal cem-
eteiy, that is if the tt&tB nf the soil about
lo he mnde prove BfitUfactory. It is
practically level, and is n-it very heavily
timbi-ied. Holes sunk a few yards out.
side the area ehowfd clenr gravel to a
depth of four feet, Being near the line
of the water works trench, tbe problem
of water iup,-l.y will hn easily solved.
The commiebh'neis will report t) the
first meeting of the Biard of Trade.
Por   1'lrat Cliiss work
Koto
Ladysmith
Shaving Parlors
■     High Street,
tl-iirciiitiiiirnn'l Hctirr.1
trimming u Specialty,
NANAIMO i. ARBLE V.0F.RS, I
Miirhlcnntl Granite Momtineiitn,
Tiiiik'ls, Crosses, i.W. Ksliir.iites
mid Ui.-si.riis given on Application
' A. HENDliRSON.      Fro|irietor.  (
SCOTCH FARE LAUDED.     -
Oatmeal, Scones and Haggis as
Preventives cf Dyspepsia.
Defenders of the fi-rottlsh national fare
of uatmeal, sconcii and haggis hnve been
few. To the ordinal v hill of fare neaily
every nation save the S.otch have enn.
tribuled siunething, hut Suotch dishes,
except at distinctively Caledotiian func*
lions, are generally eschewed. A Scotch
phi sill-in has, however, came forward
recently with arguments in favur of
Scottish cooking. t He says, for instance,
that djapepelaand deutlst-) are practi*
ctlly unknown iu Scotland outside of the
Urge citie*', in which the national coi-k
ing of Scotland Is discarded, for lun-ign
dishes and foreign wtyi.
It is a fact that thcush dldlirculshnd
In the field of medicine, tbe S.olch as
dentists are little known, and while tht
■it-tail-of cases of dygpepsia Are Us*-
easily procurable, it is certainly not a
uali-iial ailment in Sisotland, Tin
Siioteh show no partiality for pies and
pastry,aud in the highlands tiny are
much out of doors—two reasons whiuh
micht hn taken to account for tho ah
aence of dyepepMa apart fiom the .ihole-
somone-iaof tlnir Jii;t.
The Scotch are a hardy race, and lu
one particular fit least they bave been
able in recent years to impress their
views upon the people of other count riee,
namely in iha.morn generalise of ctre
als. The popularity of cereal Itmd.iia«
vastly increased in the United States in
the litrt 10 years, and lf the advocstes o'
S-jotch cooking, or rather Scotch fare
hnve been unable to get recognition fur
iheir views at the dinner table, thej
have been more fortunate at the hrcuk-
last bjard.— Sew York Sin.
nv ruivi:its.
liy Hlla WiiKivt-i'it Wilcox.
I prayed im riches, and acliifVtdsHCcen**i.
All tbat \ touched turntd Into gold,
Aim!
My cares were greater, and  my peace
washes
Wben that wish came to pass,
t prayed for glory: and Ihesidmynnme
Sat»g hy siveet children and by lio.tr>
in "Ml,
Hut ah, ihe hurts, the hurts that come
with fume I
I wae not happy then.
1 prayed for live, and had my soulV
dutfre;
Thr-uuh* quivering heart and body
and Hiioiii-h brain
Theres->epttheflame of Its dcvouiiig
Are;
Ard there the scare remain.
I prayed for a contented mind. At length
Uieat light upon my darkened spirit
Itust;
Great peace fell on me, also, and great
stieng'h.
Oh 1 had that prayer been first 1
— Seletded,
I Keep
Everything
you want In Hardware, Palnli, Oil*,
('rockery, Firearms, Ammunition,
Sii'tlsmeli'a Ontllll. Fishing Tackle,
Nails, Tools, Nick-Nank.. It wlll
pav you well to drop In and get my
price, belore buying iliewhere*.
Great range ul Hjhool Hooks and
luppllos,
Cory S. Ryder
UiiWtrial Provldir.
first Avenue, LADYSMITH, B.C.
FOR SALE.
One second -hand I inri Kintal boiler
dih shirk, it'j'i'.tnr auil H»tings cniii
irftt*. all in gntttl nr'er. H -za nf boiler 'J
ft. 11 dia. hy 11 ft. 8 in. liVirj dome '2 f*.
dia. by 21 In. high, with 8.4 nib-*., *.)■*,
in. dia. Rt-at-on for st-l'n>r?. iicitig m.^
instead ol steiiih. Piice Jj-SitiO if tnktn »<
;iuer.   Apply to
STANLEY aUAI«,
Nanaiiun Steam Cairiage Woikc
P.O. Box 13S, Nanaimn, B.O
R. B. ANDERSON,
Inventor of the new eyrtpm tf car
h'dR for acetylene liithtlng tln-
20 h century light. Far cheaper
than old system, maaii-nYlent re
Bulu; no waste of gat»; lOiliiercen'.
tupe white soft light at trifling cos>,
Plumbing and metal working in alt
its brunches. Gun repairs. Correspondence solicited.
BATHOS Sf.,
NANAIMO
DR, T, GLENDON MOODY
DENTIST
atluate of Mtiltidclntiia  IX-nlat College mul
Hos-pUiil of tirnl Surgery,
oi.i post Office Iiulidintt-,
(loverntn-nt St., (Upstair**)
Phone 38oA, OfHci-, Virtftfia R C
"    373A, keeid'-nce.     V lCTOfW, Li, *w,
Dr. Moody visitn I.iidy.smilli every Friday, ^alur-
iluy iii'iil -Sumliiy.   OfltL-t.', Nicliolsuii ' '"
3 Hall.
THE KEITH HOUSE
VICTORIA CHLXCli-JT, NANAIMO
Visitors from I/tdjBiiiitli and dlstriol
will find In this wel -appoint"! house all
Lhe home com tori p. Lunchet- for lady
.hoppers a specialty. Terms strictly
moderate. Survicj and cuisine tirat
.lass.
MISS B. KEITH, Prop, and Mgr.
MINERS' FEATHER EDGED DRILLS
AM. SIZES. G It., 5*1 j.s; 4 ft., p.15. T.nuce
loolh wiwri, ,1 ft.; T,y. ft.; 4 ft., inul s ft. Also mn
niiiuitiuii ami nil sines of Iliat ltros' Winer;
Drivers' Lumps uml ■_.n|>s tu lie ha.l nt
D. TfiYLOR & GO'S,
tlpp. Iv &. N. Sliitioii, Notiiiiimi, II. c.
Cuban Cigar Factory
Manufacturers of the Famous
CUBAN    -   BLOSSOM
None hnt Ui.ton Labor en.pl >yrd.
VI. J. BOOTH, . rr.pil.lor.
NAN'.UMO B. 0.
UP TO DATE DYEINQ I
That's our kit d.   A card will bring fu I
information and pih-ip,   MHhe spams
■f any clothing tn clean, d>e or repair,
ar d nh-rcpp In
CRESCENT DYE WORKS
e. D, HILL, Prep. NANAIMO.
Freight pa'd one way.
Maple Lodge, No. 6*, I. 0. 0. r.
Meet! every Wednesday evening In
Nlcholion'e Hall. Visiting members
are cordially invited.
It. NIMMO. OT.
M. McrUXI.EY.Seo.
Meets even- Well.
Visitors conl' "
BANNER LODGE
No. 31,
I. 0, 0. P.
'cuing at 7.30 o'clock,
r.H 1'UI.TON, Sec.
ALBERT E. HILBERT,
Funeral Director.
F'lrtmpt attention given to nil calls, nijiht
ir dav. Ling Distance telcplioue No. 124
Bastion St,, Nanaimo, B.C.
Our fl*ih wr.jrnn will visit Ladysmith
Tiiefcd-tyn nnd Fridayb regularly ever>
wflf-k, TIiIb hu-Iness bns nn ennnectton
with any ll-li bouse in Lad.*-smith.
WHEN IN FIAHAIMO
Get the Best 25c. Meal in the City
 AT THS	
UNION RESTAURANT
Bastion Street,
Nanalmo,
NOTICE.
EXAMINATION FOR CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY.
RU "COAI, MINRS REGULATION ACT."
In ihe matter of the fstate of B*d*erl
Kilpatiick, iln it.u-'I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that, all pTeonp
Intvint. .ilulmf- ngiiinsi l.h« i-Hnn- if the
ab/Vu iietned K»hi*rt KUpHttin-- dicenstd
wlin dud <in or Hhiint iIih UUt day m
July, 109:1- tiro nquirr*d nn or btf-ire tin--
Ist day ol Outolitr, 10<»-», m i-eud h*
■ji:_t, nrrpHltl, nr deliver to 'h« under*
Fign-ed t-.ilicintr for D'"il iCiipiiirinlt
WiUinn ItiiH*ell, and ML* U-tieua K.i
pHtriik, ihe Kxei'ii oisttt the l-tst Wll<
and TeBtament of ih** said deceased, full
panii'iilarBof :he claims, i'uly vnified.
and tl e nature of the tecurntes, lf any
held liy. them.
Notice Is further g'ven that on sin-l
lust im jili.ni d dity Ihn c-iid exuMltnr*
will proceed to diBtiihnte il-« estae
1.1 the dt'ceaie I amongit the par<
lies entitled thereto, hnvlng regBr*1
,nnIy tn the cinema whlhli they shall
have then received, and that the
said Executors will not he liable fm
the H.iid CftatQ or any part thereof 'o
any prrsnn or perfonn of whos« elidn
notice shall not have hevn reciived bj
thf in at the time nf nidi dislributlnn.
AndN.iih'H is further given tbat all
litMMuis Indebted   to   the   late   Uo'iert
Kiimttrli-k,  are   rrq'iested lo pay the
eame to ti-e niider-»'iriieH f rtlmiih,
K. M   YAUAOOD.
Sullcitor for ih-* Bierator>,
Nanaimn, 11,0,
Ila'p ■ tho 22nd day cf Angus1, 11W_.
Wellington Lothjc No. 2 K. of P.
M.pis every Fildav in I. 0. 0 F. hall at
7:30 p.m.
1). GOURL'AY, CO.
J. W.   LEWIS, Sec.
Ladysmith Orange Lodgi, Nc. 17153
tiiceiK in Ni'diolsnn'd II.-ill, First. Avenno,
every alternate Saturday in each month,
•iimmBucing first Sitiirday In 0.toher,
WM. KOLSrON. W. M.
E A. UUUUAKD, Seo.
Vipitli)*" Ttrpthren nrp Invited to attend.
PAGIFI8
IMPERIAL LIMITED
ae hours
TO 110NTREAL
Best Service,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Rates,
FIRST-CLASS and TOURIST
SLEEPERS DAILY.
FROfl VANCOUVER.
Tickets on Sale
TO   ALL    EASTERN    POINTS.
For pamphlets ami all information apply
toanv 0T.lt.auent.
II. 11. ABHOrr,      VV. McQIRIl,
Ageut, Victoria.      A.eoi, Naualmo.
E. J, COVLE,
Ant. Genl. Pan. Aitent, Vanconver.
Gerhardt
Heintzman
Is the name thnt stands for
tlie Best Piano manufactured to-dny. Beautiful to look
al; exquisite in tone. Per-
fec ion in Pianos. Don't
buy till,yon see and hear it.
FLETCHER BROS.,
Nan Into. B. C.
NOTICE is hcreliv ctvtjii Hint nn l-'xiiui'inii
for Ccrtifi ii   .'■ iifCimi|ietciicv an IMainii"
liL-1-1 on tin: 15II1 dny of Oci-btr,
rtifi-it"; urCnntjietL-ncy dm Jliiiiajjcrs
1 011 tin: 15II1 tiny of Oct-hcr,
iluil-if,   Nfiiiaiiiio, 11. C, nntl
ifM
190.' nt Iti
also n- Hitrnle, It. i*., on tiie satin (tile,
Criiilitlntes, not unilcr j;, yenniu! ige, desirous
of-]irt--i,iitii.L't1n;iii-(.-lvi-; Un trx-nnm-ili'm nilial
deliver lu Mr. Tl.o-. Mint.1111, Cliuinnan oi Die
Jloaril of Kx.imtncri, .vniiaimo,on nr heiort: th*
StH tiny nl (Iclobci*, 1901, notice of such Intention,
in writhiir, tojjclher with h certificate if Hen-ice
from tlicfr former or present eniployers, lesUry-
iiiit to nt least two years' experfetice under*
ground.
Theexuniitirttloti will beln writing, aud will
Include lhe followinj' mibjeets:
1. Miiiiiiu Acts and Kulei.
1. Mine gases.
3. ttciicrol Work.
4. Veiililnlloii,
5. Mining machinery,
6. Smvi-yiii;: ami levDltltlg,
Anv further pnrliculars rtf-uireij mny he flbi
tnine'd nn n|i|>'lciilioii ItiMr. TMorj-.nn. Chnirmmi
oflLianl ol i;s ini'ii'.T.-, Niiuniino, II. C.
1-UWD. OAWIJ'K PRIOR,
Minister of MlllcS.
Depnrtmctit of Minen,
Victoria, I), c, 4H1 Scpl., 1901,
in
DR. J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block, • N.nalmo, D. C
P. 0. Box. 37, Tel. 115.
Visits Ltdyiuilth every Saturday.
Hours Irom 0 a. m. till 5 p. m.
Ablmlstord Hotel.
WINDSOR HOTEL
This old-Kstsbllslied, Flut-Olesi and
Popular Hotel Is most comfortably furnished, centrally situated, llui meets
trains. K.icellent Oulslne. Bar stocked
with the lliiesl wines, liquors and cljaie.
NANAIMO, ti. 0.
JOS. FOX,       •       ■        Proprietor.
MURRAY    6t    ORAIG,
OENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Ship's Work a Sp.cl.lly.
Horsc-shoelna In all II. t"a*ie*l'.-, Farm lin-
plenunts repalrcil.    Mlucrs'   Tool,   (.-a.efi.ll>
sliarpened and tempered.'
Buller Strest, •       Udysmlth
FISH FISH
The Udysmlth Fish Market will
soon be ready to supply the Ladysmith public with all kinds of fish.
LADYSA1ITH MARKET,
Comer Roberts and First Avenue
Mite Lottie H >lden his opened a Brit-
claiacandy and fruit itore on Flnt Avenue, cpiioilte L'«l*'* i*»"l,» ■.'•""■
MliiUiild.nlio.iryln8»'ll'mP|e"»twk
oi th. fin.it c»ndl«l, tobacooi.nd Irulli.
Esquimalf &  Nanaimo  Railway
ftp
AT DUNCANS
Friday and Saturday, Sept, ll and V
Sports nnd aimifu-ments of all kinds. Bicycle Racer, Gymkhana and other athletlo
sports,   (.iimd pr ■/.>*,
5th Regiment Band in Attendance.
l-'x-'iirH.i.n Ih It-toon ettlo Friuay und  Situiday guod  to  mturn until  Sunday,
September '.'.Hi.
FABR GOOD GOING S\TURDAY Spp'ember 27th, returnlnii Sunday, H.-pt.
t'H.h.   O.ily seventy-five cents return,
6so, L Gourlney,
Traffic Managor
<*vn;*^,*'ryit'n!*'fi!*r>!t'PM--n>t^ti*%:tas**m*kt\^
ITYEE COPPER CO.
I
|      -    Smelting Works
-AT-
LADYSMITH
I Prepared to purchase ores as from August Ist
I Convenient to E, & N. or Sea.
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