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■tOL.II. NO. 105.
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Ladysmith Leader
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* For Boots and Shoes '
Dickie's is ihe store i!
WfiDyKSDATBEJiiMBlR 17. U)02.~
Results have exceeded our most sanguine
expectations and those New Goods we brought
to yonr uot-fce last week . are going fast.
Quality  and price are doing the business.
Our full, varied and complete line ol
Family Groceries
also move so fast that we are compelled to replenish our stock weekly, hence we are able
to supply Fresh and New goods at the time.
LeisecA Ham burger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Esplanade and Oatacre Street, •        < ■ Udysmlth
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Wbsn VisiHng Nanaimo Try
H.&W.
Sausage
GRAND
niLLINERV
OPENING
Thursday and Friday
We extend to tbe Ladies of tadysmitn a Special
Invitation to attend our Opening which will surpass any previous seen.      NUFF SAID.
WORLD'S NEWS ID BRIEF.
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Judge Hendarson, ot Vanrouver, ien-
tenced th. woman Kelly, of Van Anda,
convicted of fiendish cruelty lo a little
airl, lo on. year'e imprisonment. Th.
crime waa oneol the most difgusting and
brutal ever (tied in a British O.ilumbla
court, aod iiraat surprise ie expr.B.ed at
the trifling sentence ii. Hinted.
Premier S inssta of Spain, ia believed
to be dying.   II. is. mental and physical wreck.
Postal ratea to Yukon aud Atlin bave
b, en changed from tba doable rat. to lb.
aim. rate .a ub.aiua thrtu^bout Can-
ads.
Skagway, Alaska—Th. itMm.r Cot-
tig. City ran on the rucks at tha poiut
of Kwliu island, 21 mlleaaoutb ol VV ran-
gel at 111 o'clock Sunday night. Tbe 130
nasieugera were lately lauded ou tne
[ .hor. a hundred yards distant.
Washington, ll.a—Th. sum of gold
aowio th. (Jailed S.dtefl treasury ea-
ceeda that of any previous time iu our
history, aod, with one ponible ficap-
uon, tt eireeds tb.t of any couotry al
any lime iu tb. history oi the world.
I tue Biugit. eacepiiou is tt at ul Russis,
about eight) era ago, when thai country wai prepari. g to retume gold pav-%
menis. At that lima Kussia la said to
nav. had in it. treasury #51)8,000,1.00 iu
aold. Lut Saturday tbo vaults ut Ihe
Untied Slate. Irea.ury coutameil *JJ7*,-
0311.101, and increase tinea Jul. 1 HM,
ul«70,0H7,lliW.
St.
caused
'Alleged Rapprocbement Between the
Md Leaders.
II tb. Vaufoovar Prov'nce ll to be believed a treaty of peace haa keen arrived
at between Mr. Tolly Boyce, of N.oaimo,
tb. stalwart labor ieader wbo has' bravely
atock| to bla principles, and Mr. Italph
Smith, MP., elected aB a labor representee but turned Liberal (or reaiool
belt known to himself—..nd psrbapa hi.
pocket-boo,.  Tub Leaohb bopei th.t
Mr. Boyce h.B not changed his opinion
• bout R.lph Smith.  Tug Uajjib be-
Haves iheio ean be only one opinion
about Smith, aud Tu. Ls.iokb has often
expressed (be same in a manner bo plain
that nobody could make .ny mistake
where tbla paper stood in Ihe matter.
Th. Leaiikr would he aorty to see Mr.
Ho. ce soiling bla hand by taking that ot
Smith on any ki.ul oi understanding.
Tbe Province newspaper, ol Vancouver,
published tbe following alleged interview
with Mr. Boyce:
Mr. Tu'ly B iyce, tbe well-known labor
leader ol Nanaimo, passed Ihroanh th.
cily today on bii way to Farnie, B.O.
Previous to his departure Mr. Bjyce
wa, interviewed by . Province representative in regard to th. existing relations beta-can the miuera at Nuaimo
and Mr. Balph Smth. M.P. Mr. Boye.
admitted lhat up lo . abort time .go
,h«r» *>•"■   *»	
f.
C. E. STEVENSON & CO.,
Nanaimo. B.C.
.here bad been • alight d.tTarenca oi
L'julr,   Mo-A eenMllon   wa, opinion betweenbl_«K.od Ut. Ralph
I bore by tb. utttiuc. pi bench Suiitb, bat Mid tbat lb. nuutloni in-
warrant, for tb. .rreilof 18 mimbsrl vulred bed been latisfictorjIymtWou
aud former miiuberi of Ib. S.Louis boibBiiles.   With regard to tb. mult of
houi. ul delegates, lollowiug . conlei- (be pit-head vote, which would be count-
•lou by Ddiegaie J. K Muritll, who tied
lo Mexico last Ipring, after being ind Ci-
ad by Ihe grand j iry lor bribery iu con-
uecilou with Ihe alleged bjodling opera-
lion, ln tbe granting ol franchise, to ihe
[Suburban meet tailnay, and iu ether
£ legi.latlon
Mary bad a little rip,;
Il .lion a lib beaut, r.re.
She Nld it wa. her .ng.gem.nt ling
Aud wm bought at Lively', slon.
Thaw, diner MM at Roliton'; ue
beaall... ..      .
And have opened,out onr large
and well assorted stock of   ,   ,
Groceries. Gents' fnrnislitags, Coots and
Shoes, Tinware, firar-iieware, Etc.
In lhe Oddfellows' Block.
y **»**?.
A<RJohnston&Co, I
lhe
. (*i>.tiWira*.*.*iT-re*s«&*^
GRAND HOTEL
Wn. Beverldge, Prop,
Tbii new hot.) hi, been comlort.bly fninlibed icd Ih. ler I, tip lo dale.
Beit .ccommodatlon lor tran.leut and permanent bo.rd.ra and lodger.,
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
[   Ve'tran iuink.il ny lhat when Ibey
light up "TI1H PROVINCE"cigar.
Udysmlth hotel kerptr.know, man's
acood jurig* when b. a.k. fur "II1K
PROVINCE."
PROVINCE CIGAR CO.,      j
DECKAJULETCA
Alunlnely th. durst tea .old in B.O. II you do not krnw
tbla a.k our cm omers. Or ha'iar sllil Iry on. poiinil tO;
Impoited directly (rein Dccks'ilia Te. Hardens. 0 .ly
ourwlvei between th. .rower and you. Your Mcood o.der
will be 6 pound., price tl'.26.
 SOLE AllENTs	
W. T. Heddle St Co.
 PARTICULAR OROCERS	
Free Presi Block.      a".\iS;:'m1t.'!n' Nanaimo
ed tbt, evening, and which would decide whether Ur. Ralph Smith wonld
tie given fail credential, lo tbe meeting
ol the Tradei degress or not, Mr. Boyca
laid tbat it was iinpoiell.t. to forecast
bow it Won d .nd, but Mr. Boyc.
thought that Mr. Smith's chancel ol being lu.tained wen favorable, although
il h. ware ll would be by . very eloM
margin. Out ot tb. (HI rile, tfa.r.
would not hi am j.riiy ol twenty-Are
either w.y, opinion on bjlh side, of th.
[ question was so evenly diridad.
Personally. - he Mid, ha hid the great-
.at .dm ratio., for Mr. Smith and would
! tw glad to i •. him luitiiucd. Th. only
thing ha ever bad againit blm wai hll
| Mining politic, as b. eouiidend .nf
labor Isad.r eould ...rt a .raster Intto-
anile II be rem lined out of politic
Tua while (rouble, Mr, Boyoe Mid,
arose out ol the a'tioi, of loms ol Ur.
Smith's euemlei among (be ranki ol tb.
miner., who Ind taken .drautag. pi bii .
.bt.nc.lo wirk up . itrong leallng
againit him and who hid mad. many
e-.lement. whlcb tbey dare not r«pe»t
ia Mr. Smith'! presence.
*  '...
IH CO.
HIGH  STREET.
Preiorlptlani carefulir dlspaond. Opn
day ud nighl.
rilll,Strut, VICTORIA. B. G.
Ths Esplanade,
».*»T«-W»rSS*W8ltS(S!S!S8'^^
Lidyimlth, B, C,
Savoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA -   AND   -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
T   H. SIMPSON,
Barrl.Ur, Sallctur,
Attorney. Notary Public, Wc.
MsMg lo Ln..
Nsnsimo, • AC.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner.      ,
THE WOODMEN'S EXCURSION.
Surdajr's Outing a Grand Success
in Everjr Wa/.
JJARTLRY G1SBORNK
Member Can. Society of Civil Bagtaerrs
Member Insllliilloa of Klectrlcal Knglueers
Electrical Engineer
Correspondence solicited
Wtirk Oaaraatatd P, O. Bos 337
LADYSSIITII. B. C.
Oil S jnday lad lb. closing eicurslon
by the .turner Joan  Iur Iha preient
Mason WMgiveu uud-r the auspices ol
Ih. Ladyimith IVjodmiu ol lb. World,
, I Ud II w.< prob.b'y th. most tucoenlul
Menu. 1 pirn, diring the put lummsr.
Upward, ol .510 je .p|j to ik advto lag.
•f (he oppjrtu.uty tu vi.il V.,..ojuver.
N.nalmo, B. C,
MANtFACTUKSHS Of THK
? Choicest La«r, Ales, Beer
1 and Porter.
COLD STORAGE-I'lrel cln.s rsclliiies
for tlie stomce of meats, eggs, poultry.
!•   vegetables, etc., elc.
Pioneer Bottling Works, Nanaimo.
Monulaolurss
Soda Water, ainjer Bier, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Etgenceg, Bitten,
•nd Carbonated Beverage, of all kinds.
W. B. RUMfllNO.        ■ Proprietor,  ft&jjss
WARNING I Iwindsorhotel
AHE VOU INSURED? "not
II ti. miuieil .1 once Iur II may be
lira late Uimorrnw. I represent several
OLD and RELIABLE UonipanlM.nd
ean Insure yoh at a moment', notice .1
th. loweit poMlbl. ratM. All leading
eompanlai charge th. Mm. ratei, D.in'i
b 1 in sl.il Into iniuring with a cheap
H. COLUN'ON	
rroTltiL-lal Licensed Assflyer. late assay"
Van Anita Smelter. Kcll.btc analysis of
ores, cisils, etc. lUiipinents.nd Mmpllug
.1 smellers superintended. Weight, ana
rrturus checked. Ntstto the Law Courts.
P. a Box"*
TNE VICTORIA ASSAY OFFICE
,6 Ungley Sti-ttt, VICTORIA.
, »T      «      . -|*rfth.up|urlujiiy 10 vi.
Harnson Hot SDfincs ie"""*''0*" Dau«uv, s,uieu.i, w,.i.
~       »   Iholiai,  Ki.ou.bn. S.ui
o—SANITARIUM—o
ST. ALICE HOTEL
.    .. ,w.   .**.     ........     .,...     S.US.I
eumpany -It might be dear In th. end
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE.''
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
f. 0. Drawn 33. Nanaimo. B. 0,
Th(,oM.E,t,bll,hedI Flral-OlaM ud
Popular Hotel I, mmt comfortably furnished, centrally sllnsled. Bui meet,
trains. Egnallmt Oul.lu.. Bar .Imlnaal
with th. OuMt wine,, liquor, ud erfug,
NANAIMO, B.O.
JOS. FOX,       •      .        ProHr.t-1**.
KITTO «. GOOCH
Barriater., B.lkter. aag
Coavsyaacera.	
Offlnt tMdl«llow.'BulldlBg,R»»rrl.ll.
LADYSMITH, B.C. P.O. BOX 243
FOR SALE
Lots In liloiki SO, SO and II. A'10
Hotel Site, ISO. 120 feet. AIM lota laud
t block 48,1050 (he two.
Apply to
THOMAS KITOUIN • • NANAIMO.
Thin detlghtrtil hMllh «nd pleasure
reaort, llie fiit-rm lu America, oners
Unrivalled Advantages
—roriM—
ItOURIST-mkI-INVAUD
i Magnificent AcetKt)*, t'Ublni, ftl*r0(rlt*»f
Bon lint**. BalMnf. ftwlramtng. Vapor
. sad l-rirale Baltn with MuMtre.
THE HOTEL *■■ .-ijen compltltly
renovated itfl rvAmilMtiM tliroushAiii,
etrdrlc   llihllflg;  firet<lasn   citlsltu-
lull and feiinln   **rt*umls;  charmiiit -    , L-
drlves.  splendid Mitcew in tratmenl | WSI ODS of (l'lite ft UrgS numb
.    ,  -.Jlh   IVelllu.Wu
•ud Naualmu, th. main Body Oom., ol
cuuiee, (n,u Lidysiuitli.
O.iog 10 ih. dense imoke hinging
over ll.a water .nine delay wai eapeil-
u«d iu galling .way, aud ll a.. 1:3j
p.m. wheu the Joau reaunwl lauojutf.i.
Tour. (iv. hour,«... pleacuily speoi,
the lelutn jjurney b.lug itaned at «
o'uluck. Oj.iuouoiollh.iuok.il*.,
j dMmed ad vl.able to laud .11 paiseugere
.1 .N'auaimo, where * ipeoial traiu was
waiting.
. Ladyimith wai niched at 10-31 p.m.
Kvervbody enj .y.d lb. trip, anub wm
very well inauaged,
Mr, 8. Kenyou, whose ranch lira on
i tha l.idj tmiib-Uhemaiuus roai, gainer,
ed a U.rtlett pear oU'una ul Ins young
uses lilt WMk, and th. fruit when pit
on th. Malei weighed 1:I.V ouucM.    ll
Evc^Comt(«naadC(Miv«H«ice,
Retldent PkyiicM. Sattt: $21 Oiy
The thick imoke Sunday morning delayed the ateamer Joan considerably In
getting .way ou her eicuntvu lu Vair-1
oouv.i. .
 **.*.**-.-..-.v*r.viVitSHSBSSNti
At Actual Cost!
Roller Top
DESKS.
Ber onr window digplsv of Ihfw
muieiiiSreni R.ll Top Dcekt vbich
Mte tid.,y   (T rinit (or whnt tbey
I ei't us iftfi'M hprr.   Wo want to ;
I Difko r'*oin for ft large itock ol .
FURNITURE
A'most now due her.,
D >i.'. mis. Hili erand opportunity, but nail early .lid bhiui. your
choice,
! The tJO Roller Top Desk Is a
Beauty.
AD goodi delivered hy train lo
Lulysudth .la;ion (he ol charge.
j J. H. QOOD -& CO.
NANAIMO.
The Great Casli Fornlture Store i. * ;■_"- ■■■ '
t,^pm; LEADER SEPTEMBER 17. ism
Ladysmith Leader
l-ublUhed every.-W«liaead.y-«ud Saturday at
rite Leader Building, comer ef First Ave, and
Breach Street, UdyooUtb, BrltUh Columbia.
T. L. 0«A*AIIB,KBiToej-n> Btoraiaroa.
(CBaUIFTlON RATSB.
t It Mam. ir caxaoa awo units* Statm.
Oa. year (stiicUy In advance). » $> to
la month, (strictly lu advance)..,.;......«..- l >!
ADVERTISING RATI!.!
TRANSIENT — Ineludtag tasta-en notices,
call, for tenders, application, fbrand transfer of
licenses, legal notices, etc., wc. a line first In-
wrttoai so line each .uboequrat lasmioui I.
liars measure to the inch.
'   COUU&SCIAL ADVKBTISINO.
- late, aw appHcatlaa; No wood coU axd.
Oil. (or regular o« .boatd be ell metal..
Harrlagc, Birth, Death and Ru-tal notice.,
«ck Iwrllon sac.   ... s,i . ;'
AdvertUe-eota not Inserted for a apeclBed
Mme wlll be charged for until ordered lo be di*
souttnued.,,-■■■
ir ;
'K*1 ?
THS LEADS*, will be found si the following
■a^lvr..     :    ■,:-..*•? ,
Ls lysiallk-iieieader Ofgeei Tta laf^nu-ith
„   ,. yhartuacy..     ■ ' •' ■'
Wan.:n»-R.rlmb«ry * C«.
VictorU-rubilc Ub-nr-, Frorh-M Ub-ry; and
e. jcouver-rablle Ubrary, .ad Hotels
lsewWert-.l0W.t-rublkMta.l7-.
All ej..nges in ae*A-edtMment. ma- he "received
.uithlaoScebefore la bom the day before
. la.tr.    ;.,-  •
•■• ae. torn not recelvlBg paper regularly pleaK
:  lewttothU'ollee. .
A)l loo work strictly eaah on deUvery.
Tt ir-.ieat sdrartkaaWBlseiah la advance.
V/BOHBSPAY, 6U1-THII11 w, wi.
m*a**M****AmK*i*i*tK*iM*i**Lfl
I NOTICE TflJHE PUBLIC,   |
Subscriber, not' r«M>vlag Thb J
Liadii regul.rly will eoBlar * C
hear by i.portlng promptly to _
il»W»-m*#*
.IsHW
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- <IH-MU BlBBMAL LEASES.
.A.'- if, t'-'-" ""-'•____
Vwuon N.wb I, very lar **Kr.y 11 il
. nelly bsltavM th.t "th. lMd.ri*lp ol
- Mr. (Jotrpb) Martin Imot eeveptabl. lo
• hwiiwiai oi Iht Ubml parly In
BrillihOoliimbia."
Th. largMl ud mo.tr.pMMnt.tlvi
tathsrlng ol Llbsral, «v,r got togstber
la tht. preelne* oaanimouily elacled
Hue, Jo,. Martin m lb«ir l«adei; (nd
iln* that day, hut tprlag, Hi. U.rtln'.
BlMHllBg tmocgtt tb. Liberal, ol Britiih Cil.mbl.hM bMn vully ilrengib-
«ad. HM. Hr. U.rtln ll lhe on. mm
Inthliprovlnoawholicapabl, ol Isad
ing It oa to proipsrou. lime,, ud oi M-
Uhll.hinglti credit oa * lubitMtlal
bMlt. AH the dimpuUH. ud die
«ndiMd .lun.nts iu Brlllth Columbia
ar, blll.rly oppowd lo Hon. Br Haitio;
Ih* mor. dlsi.pntabla and diHraditabl.,
th. nor. WlMr; but th. hitltr -won ol
Ih. p*eale ot thi. provrM. I. neoguik-
lMMto.lyhle.lg.-dabUltta,, bat hii
lodomiUbl.MUrM.wd determine
twa, hiattoiliaf hooMty ol purpw, nd
uMwwtinf dwolion to pilndplM.
Aikkay mu, uy E.wap.per, uy
law).,, who or, .thigh, may, b, ranting
jigalBil JoMBh Hfitin, why' h. bir it'
.. h*M bia'eoyaad »thousand loogelh*:
rauoawlll b* lhat Mr. Martin would
not do lorn, diiiiunor.bl. action at hit
or lis bidding. Tu. uwyers hit* Jiawpb
M.rlln tarcaUM h. Blood mIwmd lh.ii
abarkl.k. (.putty ud th. commoL
pwpl.'i pock.t»i th.-gi.lt.iB" halt
Mm beoauM b. defended tb. pnblic
. UMinry again., their.wuld.b greed; th.
aewipap.rs hate him Iwcaon h. c-llwl
tbem by tbslr p.opsr name; th. oorpo-
ratloai hat* him baeaUHh. cbamplon«d
tha paopl.; soma olth, labor man hale
blm Immum Hilph Smith and the like,
who could uot wo.k th.ii Mlflib, ami
billon will with him, lied to tbem .bom
I bla man, who Is the ouly imI, Hue,
actual champion tb. worklogman hu Ih
Ihl. corner o! Canada today.
I- W.D»v.r m.l.mauy.l.ol th* hundred's ol all ion. ud MBiliiloni to whom
wihav. spok.n ob lb. lubj ct, who'
who eould glvi a cobsr.nt, ttoslbl. rea-
so* lot. hll. hatred and opposition to
'OMpb Hy<!- • T;'--y are llko dogs' It
n'igiiij m»i**\*m*t -t^mx-Md-iil'thc
rs.ljji.r. ,' '-;-.., ...jjiwby; but it
te-aa.il, Ut*U rnrni,... uuluMiawu, anti
tbey moit relieu.  their IwlUig. by
yawping in ehoroi.
Hob. J naph U.rtln ii th. only leader
ol the British Columbia Llherali. '
No good Liberal will ohj-et lo Ihr
Oon.w«.ti«ei .ttemptloi lo r»org«n<t •
their ihatt.red rank., th. Liberal.
wou'd (ar ratb.r M. . good, vigorous,
fighting oppMltlon than th* ghoatly,
f«ble ibadow ol a termer inb-ttaacr
which sow recupiM tha oppoilllon
benchM. II Ur, Borden bis th. right
stnftin him be ihonld Sod hlmsell «lth-
in .twelvemonths! Hie head ol a for.
mldabl. reunited Conservative part,, I
ia wondailul bow much depend, noon
thaqaalitlei« oneImao,either in poll-
tioi or builnesv.
Sum. tlm. .go Tub Liadbb wm ie-
vtrely blamed by certain persons In Nanalmo lor .drooling th. pl.nting of
orchard! in th* neighborhood oi tht*
city. When ay* thoi* critic, now
•midst all thli present .vaUucb. of
similar advice from all qu.rt.ri?' Our)
PThphWy th.t Nanaimn would yet ler
th. wildom of onr adtio.il on tb. eve
ol lullllm.nt,      	
N«n.im. Clarion dispute. Tn. L«An-
ib'i .t.tement that th. W.lliaglon
Colli-srj Company brok. no faith will.
IU .mpl >yMi at Eitension. Th* Clarion,
ll sot fully In! irmed a. to th. Lets, and
li, therefor., hardly competent to dli
com thi. queitlon. Thb Liadbb merely
■tattd tb. chief laet. in the caw.
Sham, on th. Vaneounr Province foi
d.ring to publl.h ineh an atrociou. tra
TMty u tbat alleged Intervi.w with Ur.
Tully BoyM ol Nuaimo. Wh.th.r thai
Kudalor.ir.port wai du. lo incom
patran on Iha part ol tb*. teporler oi
wai alUied Intentionally, tb. laet re
malm that It wai a dlifiac* to thi
j lurnallim ol the proeinM. Th. Pro>
vinM hu an ..11 reputation for tbat nr<
of patty crime; nobody en ponlbly
trait a niw.paptr tbat dillbiratel)
lalalflei. ■■*■■■
Ur. Robert Filnlmmon. ot IhaUtriWd
BtalM will prewntly introduce Vencou
v.r Mcioiy'to th* myateriM of th. ibort-
arm >h for tb.(<w, Oi. opt*r-«bt ahoit
book combination lor th. brand baikit,
ud tb. erook-irm jolt for th. bellow,,
which h.v. won for Mr. Fitiilmmon.
kudix.nd ca.h. Tha iliff right-aim
muub for th. aolar pl.ioi, «n. dollar
•lira, plain;' ooiond, (160; satl.lactlon
MISS L. ELIZABETH MOVER.
A   Cndi.u   •( , W-»...   r.llei.
•a. a Hal. .( All Weirk.
HIM L. Elisabeth Moyer, a gradual,
of Waahburn college, la the heroine of
the Iter. Charles II. Sheldon's novel,
"Born to Serve." She la a plenum
faced, plMunt voiced, pleasant mannered girl In the.curly tvrcntlea. She
la tho .laughter of a wealthy farmer of
Brown county, Kan. For Ave year,
she hn, worked .. a domestic for famine, in Topekg, nuking a practical test
of the servant girl problem. Iler eon-
rluska la, "Both |iartlM are to blame."
MlM Moyer Myi: -,'' ■'■-.
"Since I tra. old enough to bar, any
tied purpose In life I Jiave had*, my
motto, d will do th.. tbli'iga that I can
do, th. bnt of, the..thlnga.that need doing the moat,', i. minted to make mr
own war through college. aKIibdgh'ini
father toid me that he would bj|p.iiM_|
1 'Would -'itccctrt iici help and Oul.bed
By cenrM bymy own exertion."- Vm-
"VV. bad no experience with servant
Blrli on the farm, hnd 1 did not get In-
-moat oome. mina in need or in tula
particular. I have studied the problem
from tbo glrl'a aide In my five year,
hero, aud during thnt time I have
liilked with the employer, at .oclnl
functions and have heard their aide.
Doth partita nre greatly to blame.
"1 believe the servant -girl tiroblem
can only be eolved by u CJhruitlan education. The cniployera nnd acrvanta
must be taught to work together. Tbe
problem furnishes a splendid Held for
the energies of onr young women. I
know several young glrta with good
educatlona who work aa dommtlc. because tbey like It. Then are the kind
of girls who stay a long time lu one
place nnd have no trouble with their
employers."—Exchange.
WM.hleia of Ftut'fywza,.. *
In washing nne laces, anysthe Millinery Trade Itevlcw, have • atrip of
flannel on which to hnate.,tbe Inee,
using core to have every point tinatctl
down Btnoothly. Make a strong aiida
With whlto.'.aoap nnd wpter,. Dissolve
one. tenspoonful of borax In half a pint
of. boiling-water and ndifto it two
quanta of the suds. Wben tide liquid la
tepid, lay-tlie lace In It and let It soak
for ten houra or more. Then .op and
aquew..! the flnniiol, but *uo the work
cnrcfully and geutly; thru .equeeiE. out-
nil tbe anda ond drop the annuel In a
bow|i of hot anda. Work gently In tbla
tyntor. Kpw. rinse. In frcBh wuter uhtii
the tviiter look, clear. Finally |tnrch
and Bqiicezpna dry na possible., v
Titck'-the'fuinnol on n cjean board,'
drawing It vory tight In n'llidln-ctlon.
flee th«it'-c\-cry |tart of tbe tnce lie.
rnnooth nud that all tbol ineahes nre
open. . .When dry, cut flic' baiting-
threhda nnd draw (bom out Very gently. The luce mny be tinted In the laat
rinsing water if tbe dend.vfhlte It not-
liked. If the lace I. point or a*ny of the
lace, with raised dmlgn>V It will b.
necessury to lift the rulaed work with
a .mull pointed Instrument.  -
Tk. Coulry Workl.i Olrl.
The girl who as bookkeeper, clerk,
■tenographer, milliner or teaclior In her
village home recclvea o \feekly ulary
of 17 Is far better off flnanclnlly than
tbe girl In the same occupations lu th.
city who get. f tn n week. . -
. In tbe flnt plnce the living expense,
nre much smaller ln th. countrv than
Fee. Car..
"Few women realise," say. a French
expert, "that tbe lecret of face care
li to treat each feature separately.
American women In particular do Hot
seem to understand that there nre ni
many complexions nt there nre figure.
nnd tliat no one coitnctlc can be good
for all face, hor for all parti of tbe
face. Rarely Is the skin of nose and
cheek of the tame quality, and what ti i
healing for. one mny Injure the other. ;
For ouninple, the skin mny be of good
quality nil over the face except on th,
nose, where too much oil Is accreted, j
Bathing the akin with n aoft spang. ;
dipped ln borax water will be of value,
whll. «uch. treatment would be too .
drying for tho teat of the face, or the '
wrinkle, around the eyes may be treated witb cocoa butter, which might be
harmful for. nose and cheek.   Leave
all cosmetics entirely alone or under
•tand their use," Is her closing advice.
For Oae'. "Tarnover.."
A dainty little bag to hold Mlled
ncckbpiids' li made from two htwn |
handkerchief. Choose two .like bav-,
Ing a pretty embroidered edge and pal
them together to form the bag. Tbost
with n rather narrow' embroider;
Bhould be- selected, nud -'they, nrt,
Btltched-togetbir .round three Bl'ilW
juat below theemuroldery to.fOMo,*!.
frlU. Around tbe opening at tbe .uml
df_bu.ee fnohi tbe edge atltcly. a bead-
lng,.'tbi*»igh which rlhlmn:.«f the de
.Ircdtwldth I, run. A narrow ribbon ll
to be preferred, Tbece can hang at the
Bldo qf a dressing table or'burenu aud
are lioth useful and ornamcutul.
A COMFORTABLE HOME
15 THE D6SIRB OP US ALL
Furniture, Carpet*, Linoleums,
;     Wallpaper, Curtain.,
Crockery, Oluaw-tr., Etc., Etc.
Then I* Contort In Our Oood.
Everytbin* tn lurnlib a horn* In
mndeBt or elaborate style. Writ*
lor onr large eataloguu (lr**l illoi-
trated ud priced (. .tore ln lu.ll),
WEILER BROS.,       VICTORIA
►♦♦♦♦♦**>•»
Home Carta la llk*-*at.
If poisoned, take muitard or salt, tobla*
,       apoon, .-■•
'In-ft cup or warm wattt* and awallow
*     .! right soon. ■
For burns try borai and a wet bandage
too;
:U bllnttred, then oil and dry flannel wlll
do.
.For children's convulsions warm bathi
art the rule; .   ,
With castor oil dose, too, but keep the
head cool.
Give sirup of Ipecac when croup la tn
store;    -
For feinting stretch patient right out oa
the floor.
To soak In hot water Is beat for a sprain;
Remember these rules, and 'twill save
you much pain.
British Columbia
Pi^Cr-vin^
CAPIT^llblTY, VICTORIA,
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Ut*-*-       T^?^    m;- ...   .
OCT.7,8.9,10 II.
S.4—^^AT THE-
OPEN  to the WORLD
a*yiiiit**w-(i-°e^^
(The only Fair wdst of th* mountains visited by Tbeir i
. Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales.)
Largest ca.h prlss Hit ever odered in th. provlocs.    Judges Inr-
alihaai by th. Dominion Dipartm.nl ol Agrienllnr*.    Lin Sock,
Agricultnral, Horticultural, Mineral, Iudaitrlal aad Macbloery
Exhibit..     Hon. Rtolng ud other 8,-orti.    Aquarium ul live
Fiih.   Tha only one ever opened In Britiih Colombia.
. Eihlblt, dellnnd In unbrokeo cars in Viotoria.  Honn ud B'ock for Exhibition purpoM. oan b. Bonded In Free.    Eotrle. lor Exhibit. cloM, Baylam.
bar 2Kb, (or Hir., Ric.0-lob.i8 h.      Fur Pr.i Lilt, and inlormailon,
apply to
BEAUMONT BOGGS, General Secretary, Victoria, BX.
' una is, a, nana.
tcrcstcd In th* subject nntil I attended
the academy In Hiawatha. There I
loard Slid read a great deal about thla
vexing problem, but I never realised
what a great anbject It was until I
camo to the city. I wo. really ahocki-d
to learn' th* ncewltv for refhrmation
in toe city. One geia *<, i,,i;u mor.
for tier money In tbe wry of huhi.
comfort., Ih. wear and tear of cloth.
Ing 1. mock Icm .nd a. a rule ibe
work Im. harnialng lo the nervee,
alnce there.r. nut the Mnn*hurry and
mall, keeping brain and art-re. stretch-
«1 lo the.tlgbtml iKHudhle'.leijalon. ao
tbat after tlie day'e work 1. over on.
la tdo tired to go In aeurc|t of enjoyment    ■»' ■•■■ '• ■' i,
Worklag teng hbnr. at miuel. weary-1
Ing, bruin wcnrlng,)nerre nnprng talk.'
iu alio'iHi, office, and counting rooms
.tansc the city working gtr| loilong for
rait above everything else and In Itself
preclude. Ihe chnuce. of her making
desirable outside acquaintances except
idch aa may be offered through churcb
nfflllalloua, aud' even these 'ahe ll too
tired to lmprove.-1'blliidelpbl. Ledfp
'tt. '"' '  A    **''
Wlaiow Oargssur,
AN tb.. window, of a bouse ran be
ntlllaed for plnnt ero.vlug, provldi-d
one I. careful lu aolectlug and adapu
ibe plant to the window It li to grow
In, A Hat of plant, adapted to th. airs-
enil cxnoBures would W something like
thla; For eastern wludowa, fuchsias,
bcgonlna, cnlla, Chinese primroses, Primula ubcohlca, utalco., plumbago, ite-
vlai, lobcllBB and nil kinds pf bulbous
plants; for wuthcni windo'#i, geranium^ roses, chryMnthemuma, carua-
tlona, Inutnnns, oxnlls, oleanders, abn-
tlloni, hlbiicua, uiorguerltcB and most
of the planta having richly colored foliage; for weatern window., bright
leaved plant, and a few of the mon
"accommodating" plant. Ilk. tbe geranium, provided the effect ol too itrong
lunihln. la modified aomewliat; for th.
northern window., form, arucarlai,
Engllah Ivies, palms, aspidistra, (louses
and aellgnellae. Roman bya,dntbi, Primula obconlca and CblncM nrlmroM*
grill often bloom well In sunleM win-
*owB.-Hom. and Flow*"*
A wide, ahhilow granite or porcelain
lined pan or kettle la beat for cooking
frail for canning, aa Ita .larger surface
nennlti mora even cooking with Im.
Btlrrlng. ....'
:i'     ■    ■ •
. Tjiyer. of uewipspcr. folded erenly
ind placed under th. at.lr carpet at
each treat) may cheaply be'mud, to
take the plucg of felt . ;' '-*     '
I Tikeep iter) ornament* bright when
not.lu wear wore them In a box con.
taliilng a llttl. pp^de-retl March, j
Vaara dhcolored from having flow-
era In tbem are easily cleaned with
powdcnul nwulcu Moael -' '"   !
UDTSMiTH HI
COMMIir.'lTD.
Bsaufacturtrs of .11 klnd.;ol
U. Dressed Lumber
I Heilllip, Utti, Slliilu, Ete,
'. A lane stock of thoroughly seatoned
lumber-ill snd tud claM consUnlly on
hand. All orders strictly attended to,
QuoUttont cheerfully given.
John W. Coburn,
MjKAomo Diaacroa,
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Ice mid Lemonada, Sof • Drinks ol
allKlndi,   Fiulti, PMtry, BrMd,
-ron—
Filed Tobacop aad Cigars
t   ' ■    '     OALI. AT TUB
iu.„_,B.a,.,i,„,.T„iu.uu,.. I J. McDanald, llijii St, Ladysmith LADYSMITH   BAKERY.
^„       ^wm^;.;.^;-;!-.,-'--;.^.
RLOWER POTS
1.-.vi- ii,rm In great va.loty. all iltsl.
,.nd/.' ...ii»..iia'.l... pricei.. Cull and inspect liter etiii-k.
Coal!   -   Coal!
on
Gqmpany, Ltd
Wellingtoa Coal   Best household coal on the Pacific
Coast
Comox Coal—Beat ateam coal oh' the Pacific Coast   ♦
£ Alexandria Coal-"Finit-classgas, steam and house*  «
hold eoal  ♦
The abqin ..(jp-gls are mined only by the Wel- |
: lington Colliery Company. Wharves at Ladysmith, \
I Oyster Harbour,fcjad Union Bay, Baylies Sound.
1 Head dffice.::
Victoria, B. C
Ban  FranclBco Aaency.
| ft. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
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Of the fact that the tender Job Room !>
,. now doing, all kinds of Printing—com-
„,'.;„(nef*|*l, legal anil society—nt very reason-
.' .r..""atile prices.
We Print
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—EnvelopM
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—Legal Blanka
—Wedding Iiivllatloni
—Funeral Annooooinrshls
—Tlckeli    .
—Programmn
—Pamphlet!
—CaUloguri
—Window Cr-di
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i aad modern -machinery, we produce only
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A.S. Christ!*,
LADYBMITH,
B.C.
C. M. CHALMERS,
Manufacturer of .
All kinds of Harness, Collars, Saddles, etc. Alto a Large Stock of
Trunks, Grip* and Valises, to be
had Cheap,
Hail Order. Promptly Attended to
lTM-««-*»«*      Nanaimo
The Veeklr PoJt-iite«{eKtr
'     liiMtt, f aia.
N-r-hMv ran affortl to he vNbent II. All the
tctegrapMc new* nt the week. * farm,' Held, gar-
flMi,*i*otl, -Aofifv. Beautiful UluM*«llene and
fair tones.  Iaiu*tie copy on application.
All Far One Dellar a Year. Jtmmiiimmml
SALE OF LANDS
FOR UNPAID TAXES.
In the South Nanaimo Assessment District, Province
of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that on Saturday the 18th day of October, A.D., tool, it the hour of
ten o'clock, forenoon, at Ladysmith, B.t
I shall sell at Public Auction the lands In the list hereinafter get out, of the person. In aaid
list hereinafter set out, for the taxes remaining unpaid by said peraons oo t*e thirty-tirst day of
December, A.D., 1901, and ion* the costs and expenses of Sale.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED. ""     A?,A
N.nalmo District,
Greenway, Jono...................
Kolit, W. J .......
KLIdlng Rloba.d..........;	
Fi.ld.ng. Fred. J.	
Fielding, * «. A	
•Fielding 0.4 W	
Parry, John..;...	
Tag-da Mud
1>».T.H~........	
Sn.nnau. K. I,	
Stainiuril. J. (.	
. Abmm., Jii'i.i .,,.*-..
Atw.ll, W D.	
Hrelster  (Ihu..	
Rr.ll, Samuel _ *	
Ilaelinng Ivan	
fl.Mbr.iip, A. R 	
Daft. Leonani*.
■fewsr
EMI., Mat, (Up.
Foley, T. B i
Frawr, J. ll _ ..'.
Jjhaaon, E. A	
JnuM, David. _-. i5n2_.i
Kiddie, Thom»B_ .w^.......
Kirk Uk. Mining QoZ<
L. Buy, John ML...
I.e Boy, B >b>	
In B if, Mlnni. .,	
Menaiel, Jno, A
Menlngham, il.
McKerie, AIe».
Msrt DMCrigtln-rl tied
Acre.g.
V»u And. Copper and Gold Co...
Mete.n, V. A__'....!..	
McLM, W. H 	
; ,MS»IL'A.,.A-.I !..!., ...
nightingale, J."'...'........;...-..'........
Paiton, 0	
PII.I.M „...!.!	
Baltery, WjJ ..;.......•„.,....	
Borlton, W, D. '.	
•SstKie., S. D .,
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..-   .        .... ,..f *•-*>('. 0- ,,.,..,.™......™e....
-' • -     - -       vvo'odhiis, W A. ..........'	
(!aulia«|.(B, D.rotiiy	
Chow, Dan i	
Cochrane. A. R ,V«	
Doming A M>r*ti»n<i	
.lilchrist, lor...... .'.	
(..one, Bnbl .,	
Nichols, Geo. E ., __,„.
Birombarg. Wm 	
Hammer., Jas iJJSS	
••        " .i_..__Ji**	
6uam.ii i MnLeod _	
Thompwn, Joseph....	
Thompson, S.inuel
tl qnh.rt, H. a............ tt*
McUoun, D.ra »„._	
Raven Uopper and U.i-d><te......i......
hpratt Copper and Isold On ......'.....
Wilwo, William , ij...
Doaglu District.
Preudcw. Wm. I' ....
H.IM, H. L .....
I) inoal.iie, D. P	
Uogo, John—................. «__
•rtetttDbtrlct.
Keen, J * and John._. 1......
M*iu,.Bot>'u........ • -
Oakrlola Island.
McKeui'r, 0.0. Bit. ol.	
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.. .,        ,.   "Je""' N,',-,„'i
Nllion, John	
Kiven, Bobl ...'.	
ii.nien, Alio.	
McOuSe, Geo 	
Wyllle, J .Im His. .. 	
Aault bam, mar Kuyer ta'and.
James, Erf— 	
San-pur lalaad.
How, Morril.E.t.-o-......-..	
*     Laaajuetl bhad.
Mo«i, Morris, Ksl/of.	
« ubblngi, Buhl., E,t. ol	
Wither, Thomu ,	
Jeffrey, Boh'..... ,..
Kan-ram, W. B.	
Anderson, Supb.-n.... i.~
Bum, Waller _, .«.
■,«.y.Allr*sd ...... .-
Jtffrev, Abraham .   ...
Stav.Bs, John :.;. :.	
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F iller, Bobt. Kit. o(	
Lot Van Anda
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Lot Teiada Oity
Acreage
Lot Van Anda
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Lot Van Anda
Lot T sada City
Lot Van Auda
L-.li V.n Anda
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Lot Tegsd. Cily
Lot Van And.
Lot Triad. City
Van And.
Lot Van Auda
Acreage
Lot V.n And.
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118
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688
Cnakarry Obtain.
Ballon, Jane	
CritehUy, Bath	
Ellis, William ..."
Ollaos, Tbomai.  	
Harril Iiaac.	
Bieholeon. Itatt-..-..	
Patton, Albarf	
Boeh., Frank.	
B.llb, Mlcb.el	
Boancbamp, Boot	
Bateau, J... _	
Camnb.il, Keoti.th	
Henderson, B. B	
Hodson, Wm,, Eat. 0'.	
Hurtb, 0. W „	
Lai.d, Bob*. __.......,	
McCianoa, A lea  _	
Mason, R ,b*- „  „	
McOlusky, Harry 	
M.K«i.«t.,J,A-. „..
MuMUI.n, Henry _	
UeMlllan, Hugh.....	
Peer., Frank	
Pierce, William	
Blcberdno, J. II	
Tate,tiab.l|a	
Traloar.Johp.	
Harria, laue. „ •
-. B«d«, Oory 8 :....;.
Bpino, Frank..  „	
UA« District.
Wakpm.n, j.. _ _„._.
i«aori, Jabn.....:;.....;. ;.-.;;	
<Jn.aw.tr, A.! Ji.. 1
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Steven., Geo .......;.i.i.i
York, plus. Bit, ii(..,..	
Oyster District.
Walker. Gen	
d.»ii,o. p. ;;".„_
B.ga, L;kbi.	
Bryut«tlnfflm.	
Carroo, Uaib.rioe B ,	
Carr.lbers. Arthur..'. .*: 	
Odorghlll, Naihui.1..... „	
Cok, Bdg.r ;	
Harp.r, Jmeei.... _. 	
Kreae. Ohai. E ., _,   .
King.B J„„ ......~..
Marlio, B b "
Mclutch AUtuis.  ,_._	
Peaia, John . 	
Sonthcorohe, Hy ,	
O ..lo, Jo. _*_*__
W*U»n.Jam..._>. „.„	
Wain, ttirry ...^  	
(May, 6aau.l .......  _,„
•touaUla District.
R.ilaud, Mo........ „_,. ,£
Badcock, Wm "."
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ThomptOB. P.ullp N _. )
WIHIimi, 8|H-.y„..  ,1
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400
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2 80
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240
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640
280
10 80
8 43
240
400
18,00
12 40
6 70
20 88
.4 80
7400
.7 82
118
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280
440
220
180
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GEORGE THOMSON,
,,r ..'   . Assessor, '''' 5
South Nanaimo Atiae^^r^ent district*
,, >:,AAlAA~..;-,..-.:.i  *■---*< -- ^i^rdyismith 'P.O.
t ■;■-.
A PAINFUL ACOIOENT:
P«pdlirY«iLilfwll» Mn Sunlit i Terrible Fill.
Lail Saturday sa-oralnf atrK Frank
Youug, who Is employed on tb. e.rpeo.
terlrg.l.ffat the Tye. SmrlWr, bl
'mm a height el forty bet loth.ground
I I lalog.v.ryNvenibock,a.dnm.
iiulw..
H. wm on lop of th. framing fir Ih.
•iMlbr haildingtad mils. I hi. looting,
lo hi. dHceat b. luckily itruck Mv.ral
wn which rn.url.ily broke Ue 1.11
md prevent*! him Irom striking Ih.
••itb inll lore*. Bet tor thii clrcue..
tunc, there can be b* doabt Ihe acei-
'eat would hav. had very Miiooi eonie-
q.sacM lor hia.
Mr. Yoaaf wm eoaveyW le his. room
InibiQrandUoKI, where Dr. Waaino
owl. u .xamlaatlon oi hii I.juiIm ud
did .11 that wa. poMlbl. ior the uofor'a.
aal* mu. Mr. Y..nag waa then saM M
hit horn. |a Nanaimo oa Ibe boob tiala.
Tub Lsapib I. glad Io uport that ha
II laeavulog, aatl.lactoillr from the
aecldMl, and alii he *t woik age***, .poo,
*■■ matrnTAn maib.
HaN-prated oo a snos.y jrsg,
Hall croMhiag In Die basther,
I found * llttl. Irish maid,
All la Jum'i gold.n weather.
L k. bob* loud hud that lond the child
The wind toHed bark her tteuN;
Th* hMlh-b.Ui InMhed ber ancladfiHrt,
With »hy ud Mb
A mountain Ilea** lung hll -wag
into th.alrare.ud her;
•hull In nln th. iplMdM hoer,
""For dMp io wo. I loud hH.
' Ahoatt Ahoael Ahon.1" ah. wept,
Th. ban (ell lut ud laKgir;
I nt myiell, bwld. h.r than,
TohMrolh.rdlM.ter.
Llk. d.w oa men down her ebe*k
The dlaaMed drops wm -Moling;
Shu bid hw brown hudi In ailaa,
R.e troubl. all ranaliag.
ll.il ala.1 th. 1.1* ih. told
Iu Ov'lo low aud tend..;
1 plign. nouB my Siion tongna,    ,
1. raid uot comprehend burl
m*
VICTOllA'S EXNIilTnU.
tihfi*Jii'll(-i:(orlitiUI*{Ei-
klkitiis and Vltlttn.
Th. Prwiaeial Fair at Victoria Is cat
tnlaly . _«t proguBMlve ins Itu-
Hob. Thb Lsaoaa bu rrcaired lb.
Prist Ll.ta aad noue lhe Mitre absMo.
oladverlbimentoliom ll. p-u>M. Thi.
il u innovation In tb* Provlno. hlgbl)
to be oomaieoded and tboo IJ be (olio wed
by.H8ril4la«.Bbibillooi.
Thi.bMBM ol third prb^balao tu
tsBobewvod. Th. amount given lor 6r.:
aad second li vary large.audquli. rqo.l
lo then ol uy bir la th. ProvlaM
giving tbrn prise. The namUra both
ia prsmlam ud Bpwlal Hat ran coan-
eutinly.,..';'.'
A c.bu.1 glanc. through the Piiie Ll.i
•how., ia. th* bone aud cattle d.part-
■eats, -Hia*. ol (18 and |10 lor Im aad
Meead, tbata an .Bppl.rn.abd la muy
omm by (dim rape ud .pedal oul
*"1***.' ' .,„   .
In th. .beep department prliMoltS
ud|4.no-fend.:       «•'-'   '■'"  .'*«'
Th.i. MpMn I* ban Vara 8 epWNii
effort lo eaeoarat. IbabrteKllngol iwlaas
tb. apeclal prise, an ouunallv lug.,
nnr 1100 being glv.n In Meh clae, j iht
winner ol the prls. offend for the bait
(Mnn hog Hcuriog |(*.
The berlicnltaral d.p.rtmnl lu tb.
appl. -cl.il hai bMn divltM Into tw<
cImm. lor ihoN grown mm aad wh! ol
Niith Bead.
Thar. Is .In enelowd a pragra-iri. of
Ibe hen* racM on Ojbber U h and lltk.
Tb. PriBM ol W.Im ban-llesp lor (600
i Fildiy, ud Ihe trotting or pulag
(na lor .11 for 8400 oa Salutd.y will be
lb* priodpal .null. Tba wealthy and
.porM-lovlBg people of Victoria (lata
•nry homo le eteel a very inccMrfel
mMtlng.
One ot the mo.1 Inbmtlng fealorn of
Ih* rxbibltloB I. an aquarium ol native
food 8>hi whlcb I. believed lo be tbe
4rM iff .rl arm mad* ia thi. dlrectloa la
British Oiilumbia, and b certainly d«-
Mrviag ol rupporl (mm .nry on. Inter-
Mted In on* ol onr graab.1 IndoilriM.
Amngtmuta h.v. btw made wilb
lb. cnitomi dm.rm.nt to admit Irom
tba Uolled 8tab(«r olh.r lor.ign noun-
nisi In. et duly .11 lin Blocker arlblM
Ior .eiblblllou pnrpotaa oaly, by gtwtoc
the caitnm.ry bond.
Special eicurstoBi Irom all aetata at
Ana lara for tba double trip ban beta
arranged tor lb* latitat.
A FIIE ORCHARD.
Wilt Ou ii Dim -Vmji litf
Oo. ol tbe fluwt orchard, le th.eo-a-
trytithat-Mr-wdbyMrP<ge,iheoldple-
aaer who lives aeron th. harbor alrnoN
oppoeile Udyemttb. Mr. Pag. wttU
fieraminy year, ago, aad bewtd lor
hlmnlfculoftb. prim.nl lonai tbe
.pludld ru.h •tfieb now ttntehea
•1-wglh.eaM.ra.bonot-b.bartc-.
WhMheweoltWr. 8nt gam* wu
rwyabiiadut. Qro-m aad dnr ia
parilcolarabouadwl. Any morning h*
-bald look tdopg tbe ibore aad bm dnr
gram aMottar gam. India, |_ pit'
amaben.. Thu cm. theebeap .porta-
mu wUh bbebau gin. I., aad «paei-
al.lyoBl.nfMMoa. SooiKhlng Kb* a
■-W-^**dthee«m*mibplflM.OiMM
hMlwrlhteoolsof ioarboa er lltaea
chick, would be rntbkmly ilaagbtand
ootol .hnr wutea-MM ud Init ot
blood, lor groun at that Haw an nry
poor. Wool, gang! olthon law-braak-
enONdton_jetk. wood. Irom Ha.
ualmo innthwardi, until gama bsg.a lo
get -M.ri-.r-., irttrl today ia baldly n
■otaatltal ia Ihsn -wood, as It ii within a
utile olVielorla.
Mr. PatebkM. gnat pride la bb
■rebard, which ii a right worth wring
Jail new. Ho bus nthd awortcnt
.1 plums, and Ih. crop this year I. ea-
MpHonallf bewy. The orabaid b par.
tloularly itroag ia app|H; lhare an
»oa.b»tbrg»wnln thli part el Van.
ooanrlilaad. Mr. Pate il lading a
raadym.rk.llB Ladyimllh lor bii In*
(rail, ud li booking muy orden for
blitpplM. Tb* orebsrd ths.i what
pitbat entllnttu udinblllgnt palm-
Uklag can will do la Ih. way of frail
labia* ia thli Itvorabl. rilmata.
Anoth.f ludnetry (a whlcb Mr. Pag.
hu proved hlmnll a iioomral cultl.
v.torl.oysier-ralBlng. R. owe. large
bsdi ol lb. drilelon. bivalve., and iblpi
large qnuliti." rt tb.- ngultrly to
Nanalmo, Vbtoria, Vaaeounr aid
other places.
Mr. Page la .pita ol bis mora than
three arore year, aad ba, b u vtgonu.
aal aetln u moat mu at ball lhat age.
Llk. most n| th. British Colombia plo.
ann be had a nry hard time of II la
the early day., whw Ik. tea provMW
moitofth. food supply. H», Ilk. many
■on*lth«*ldllmm, Is bow mplBg
the nward of bh Miioma Industry ia
tbl growth of Brltl.hColumbU. tad to
eWKMdlyihMinfialU pcoipertty ef
ikapnriaaa. LADTSMITH LEADED,-BEPT^H-ffiR -ffi>~?**9Qg*
We'll Give
You
A $20 Suit
Iw $15.
K yon bay a suit heru bsf no we
cIubo Saturday nigh', Ull-.h, wo will
give you a disc juat ol lio por cent.
tUl suit for tlo 00 .
tr. suit for an •So'.-
11' suit for |U 00
And 2) per teal, off kits.
♦2 50 Hat fori2 0)
|H 01 Hat for ,2 «
III 0J fiat for to HO
It will pay you to coma - to Nanaimo aod aee ue.
-THE	
G. D. SCOTT CO.,
LIMITED.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
ILSee those nobby toilet sets at RolBton'i
■    -        «*=£ im  -
M«\ .Tnkefi.jnajiaKer of the Imperial
Hink of' Canada, Vancouver," v'filVed
'Udiumltlinn.Important business last
Monday, lit) wan much Impressed with
tba appearance and activity of things
here,
FOR SALE—A'bji'ftaiu'.oneloting'*, one
rocking chair, and one double, barreled breuch-lomlintE 1- bore shot gun.
All in excellent condition, vejy little
used. Apply to IItK_tor Haudonald,
L--idyemli.il puatotlice before end oi
this wet-k.
Mr. Berry, proprietor of the Berry
Building, First Avenue, returned to
Laiiys-iiiitt] a few daya ago from Deso-
routo, Oat.* Hi will re-siae in Lidy-
smith for sometime.
FOR SALE-llouaeand Lot eltoated
on Fiench Btreet, opposite I'ny Olfiite,
Uidght, block six, C**b»j $110 or
if 1,1' 0,'-"ij down, in ea?y paynmnts in
IS m-.iiths time. Apply to ilogli J,
McDonald, South Wellington.   .
Mr, A. J. Kitto, of Messrs. KItto and
Goocli, visited Victoria on Saturday, re-
taming to Ladyemith today.
Captain Mcintosh, (ormerly of Ladysmith, arid later of Crofton, and woo Is
now living in Dauphin, Man., has written friemJa here that he will probably
return to reside in either I* .id j* smith or
Crof .on at au early date.
Gune, rifl.B, ammunition of all kinds
at Uolsiou'e.
f4f4^+-f*H-+f-*J**^t*M^ft-
1 i an' |
**************************
x x
Thil evening th. Steamer Joan will
bring an eicnralon party from Nanaimo
nnder lhe auspices ol St. Alban'B Anglican congregation. It i. the*,cloilng moonlight eacur.ion of the present teaaou.
FOB SALE—A good paying bOBlneiB
on High street, cheap. Also house and
kit. good well. O.-cupanta leaving on
account ol ill health. Apply lo T. C.
McKenelly, High Btreet rcBtaurant.
Dr. T. .(ilendun Moody, Dentist, 1ms
decided to lenaln in Lad-.Bir.ith until
— .Sunday night Sept. 21jt., und cun ba
**     [found atiNlchpleon'a Hall pie'pared to,
***** do all kind, of Dental work.
Saturday wa, payday in Ladysmith and
Nanalmo; it palled oil quietly iu both
campa. 	
WANTED-To rent a lot lor building
purposes (dwelling house) anywhere
near north end ul Fint Avenue. Apply
Hating term! to George Adam,, Poit
Office, Ladyimith.
See those pretty glasB table sete at
Bullion'..
PralimlnarieB are balng discnflie 1 for
a grand concert to open the Lsdyemilh
Buaaonof 11102 Cl, by bringing here a
famous pianist irom Vanconver and one
or two other Biars, assisted by local musicians aud voualiat.. Further purlieu
lars will be given in neit isiue.
Lively repaln all kin Ib ol English,
Swiss aud American watches.
If you want to get a nice ring remem
ber we can make anything you- want,
VV*. H. Lively, Jeweler.
ui:i isi.u I'lioun t.nrar,.
Mr. F, McB. Yoong paned down to
Duncan from Nanalmo on Monday
morning's train.   ,
Wideawake boy! can make money Belling tbe Ladyimith Leader. Apply at
Leader olliue.
THE KEITH HOUSE
VICTOm t CRf SCENT, NANAIMO
Visitors Irom Lidysmitb and district
will Snd tn Ibis well-appointed house all
the home comlorts. Lunches lor lady
•hopperi a specialty. Terms Btrictly
moderate, Servlci and cuislde firet
class.
HISS B. KEITH, Prop, and Mgr.
DR. j.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johniton Block,      •     Nanaimo, B. O
P. O. Boi, 37, Tel. US. |
Vilitl   Ladyamiih   evrry Satnrd.y,
Donn Irom 9 a. m. till 5 p. m,
Abbotiford Hotel.
Tm Shemh-Wilums Paikts
We'veGotit
glWCarload just arrived.    See
the latest Interior Shades in '
Paints and
. "' Kalsomines
E. ROLSTON,
The following Ib the   revised programme ol Fall Shows:
Kelowua— September 17th, 18 b,
Vernon-Septf mber !2ud, 23rd, 24th.
Kamloopa — September   24.b,   26.h,
2 lib.
Islands-lat Oct.
Langley—September 17th.
Maple Ridga—September 18th.
Mission—September 19 b.       '
Surrey—September 23rd.
Ladner—September 26-.h, 27th.
Blchmond—Oiitobor 7.h, Sib.' -
' Central Park—September 20 b, 27th.
Saanich—September 26 h, 27;b.
Coqnitlnm—September. 27th.
AgaBBlz—September 10 b.
Chllliwack—September 2":b, 25th and
!0h, '"   ■
Nanaimo—Saptemhpr 19.h, 20th,
Comoi—September 24'.b, 86ih.
Salmon Aim— September 20th.
Aflhcroll—September 25th, 20 h.
Oowichan—September 20:h, 27th.
New VVestmlniler-Ssptember,' 30 b,
Oclnhcr 1,1,2nd 3rd.
Victoria-October 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th,
11th.       	
To the Public.
Notice Is hen by given lhat a portion
of the new public school Im-lillng waa
opened nn Monday mornitg, 8'ptember
15 h, 10 2, for the use of senior ind
junior third class, and senior ard j'inior
fourth nl una, who an* hereby notifled to
attend fntu thia date 'orwtrd.
.        Fur the TrnsteM,
A. 8. CHRISTIE,
" Udyemith, B.C., Kept. Oh, 1012.
Whirr!
Bang! Bang!
Our guns are groan getters. Try
one and see tlie feathers1 fiv.
Ammunition cheapest latest and
beat; shooting jickets, belts, gun
cases and covers in vast variety.
While we o>n supply GROWN UP
BHOQl'EH.9 witb all tbey want we
also.,,..'..,.
teach the young Idea how to shoot
AIR. ItlOIUON LKAVfNO.
Mr. Gavin Morton, who has ministered at First Pjeshyte-ian Church,, Liidy-
s-niiLi. lor the past summer, leave! neit
Monday or Tuee lay to attend Toronto
Uuivereity to conclude hia studies in the
divinity classes there for the Canadian
ministry. Great regret is lelt by all the
ineuibma of the congregation at Mr.
Morton's departure, while the hope is
expreeseil that he may some day leturn
here to take charge of the church,
Mr. Morton's ability as a preaulier re-
ceivid htany uc-i-guiiiun here, aud hid
Buccenfl in awtkeuiug treali interest was
amply testified by lhe steadily inertbb-
iui{ attendance at First 1'robbyleriJu
Churoli.
Mr. Morton received his training in
one of the greatest centres of learning iu
ihe woild— Edinburgh unlvtreiiy, but
tbe Canadian lVtubyleriau churuli dots
not recoguiz. that an proper qu-tlitlja-
tioo, and luaiete that gradualto ol no
matttr what famoua university-Oxford,
Cambridge, IClinburgh, Glttsgow-, Dublin, or any other, muat take the Canadian courBP, hence hie departure for Toronto, where he will complete hie divinity course, probably in one year.
Several meetings of the mauBgirg
board have been held to make suitable
arrangem.nta to fill Mr, Morton's piece.
Last night, those arrangements were
Batidfactorily completed.
Mr. Morten will preach his farewell
discourse next Sunday, when there
Bhould be a very large gathering of
Presbyterians to hear tliid talented
young man.
Fur  First Class' work
goto    '•
Ladysmith
Shaving Parlors
High Street.
Hnir cist tin-*; and Henrd
trim in iu *,' n -specialty,
I. O. WINSTON.
If It is a nice clock you are looking for
we have iheui Irom f 1.00 to $18 00, W.
II. Lively, Ladyemiih'ti Leading Jeweler
MILLS   BROS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Meats,
Poultry    and   Vegetables,   Gome In
ses8>n.  Shipping oidersattended toon
eli rt notice.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Inventor of the new system tf car
Is de for acetylene lighting the
20 It century light. Far cheaper
than old fyeteui, uiamiindent re*
sultr; no waste nf gas; JOljit-r cent.
pure -.vhite soft light at intliiig cob*.
Pi uiu hi mi and metal working in all
its branches. Gun repairs. Correspondence solicited.
BASTION 83?.
NANAIMO
NOTICE.
In tbe matter of the estate of Rjbert
Kilpatrlck, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice le hereby given that all persons
having claltna agiiurititlie eetale of tl-e
above named Robert Kilpattin*: dt reast d
who tin d on or about the filet day ol
July, 1902, are n quired on or btf ire the
1st day of October, lOOi, to send by
P'lst, prepaid, or. deliver to the under*
feigned B'licltor for P-miil Kilpatrir.k,
William Rue'elJ. and Effla Galena Kil
Patrick, the Kiecatoraof the laet Will
and Teitament of the eaid deceased, lull
particulars of the claims, duly vt-iltied,
and the nature of the becuritiea, II any,
held,by them.
Notice Ib further given that on such
last mentioned day the laid executors
will proceed to distribute the, entire
of the deceased amongst lhe par*
tics entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claima which they shall
have then received, and lhat the
Bald .Executors will not be liable lor
the said estate or any part thereof to
any person or' persona of whose claim
notice shall not have been recti veil by
them At the lime of each distribution.
Aud Notice ie further given that all
persons indebted   to  the  late  Robert
Kilpatrit-k,  are   requested to pay the
si-mo to the underpinnerl forthwith.
E. M. YARWOOD,
Solicitor for the Ksertitir*.,
Niiiaini'i, B.O.
Dated the 22nd day of August, 11Wi.
.Hanging lumps all the latest designs
at Rilston'-j.
NANAIMO MARBLE WORKS,
Marble ami Granite Monuments,
Tablcls, Crosses, lite. HHtimntes
and Designs given un Application
A. HENDERSON,
-____LuUS_l
WHEN IN NANAIMO
Get the Best 25c. Meal in the City
.       AT THU	
UNION RESTAURANT
Iinslioti Street,     ...    Nauaiii
FLETCHER BROS'.,
NanJmo B. C.
.   Sheet   Music
Cheapest anl Beat—5c. and lOu. a copy.
All lateat longs aud pieces.
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc, Etc,
FOR SALE.
One second hand horizontal boiler,
with stank, inj tutor and lilting, nom,
piftp, all in if'....i ori'er. S ae uf buller 2
It. II dia. by 11 ft. 8 In. lion; tlmn. 2 f>.
.ilia, by 21 In. high, wiih 31 tubs., 2%
in. dia. Reason lo. Beliina, using uss
InBtesd cl steam. Piice 1200 if taken at
once.   Apply to I
STANLEY ORA1U,
Nanalmo Sieam Carriage Works,
-    " P.O. Bin 183. Nanaimo, B.O.
FISH.
The Nanaimo F,sh Ma.ket Wagon
will be in Lolysmiib every Thnra-
rlay. Halibut, Salmon, S ue].., L'ori,
So e, Flonmler, Crabs. S .It O ilach-
aup, Silt Silmon Bailies, etc, etc.
CANADIAN
PAGIFIC
IMPERIAL LIMITED
98 HOODS   M
TO MONTREAL
Best Service,
Fastest Time,
Lowest Rates,
FIRST-CLASS and TOURIST
SLEEPERS DAILY.
FROH VANCOUVER.
Tii keti on Sal. '
TO   ALL   EASTERN   POINTS.
For pamphlets ond all information apply
lo any.CP.il. agent.
H. H. ABI'.orr,      W. McOI.RK,
Agent, Victoria,      Aient, N.uaimo.
E. J. COYLE,
AbbI. Gent. Pa,B. Agent, Vanctnjver,
i*-s.i«-n-i*^.!«*^.i«**«*i»M^.(**a.efl.i*n.i«*s*«*d«e*-to^
TYEE COPPER  CO.
Smelting Works    '0
School Book, and Suppllai Galon at
Rock Bottom Pilot).
Ladysmith,.
B. C.
Tinsmith, number, Hardware anti
Stoves.
CORY S. RYMR,
CASH STORE, FIRST AVENUE,
LADYSMITH, BX.
-AT-
LADYSMITH
r
Manufacturers of the FamnuB
CUBAN
BLOSSOM
None but Union labor employed.
M. J. BOOIH, -        i'riprietor.
HASAIUO, B. 0.
UP TO DATE DYE1NQ I
That's onr kind.   A card will briigful
informalinn and prli.s.   Make a par .
of any clothing to clean, die or repair,
and edrlrPB. to
CRESCENT DYE WORKS
B. D, HILL, Prop. NANAIMO.
Freiitht ps'd ore way.
ALBERT E. HILBERT,
Funer.l Director,
Prompt attention given to all call", ni»hi
or day, L mil Distance telephone Nu. 121
Bastion St,, Nanaimo, B.C.
frtaple Ledge, No. 6a, I. O. O. T.
Meets every Wednesday evening in
Niohnle|in'« Hall. Vieiling member.
.ue curdially invited.
B.NIMMO.O.T.
M. MootlKLEY, Sao.
BANNER LODGE
No. 31,
I. O.O. P.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock,
Visitor, cordially iuviled.
HUGH VVLTOH, Sec.
Wellington lodge No. 2 K. ol P.
Meets every Friday io I. O, O. F. hall at
7:80 p.m. «
D. OOURLJY, CO.-*'
J. W. LEWIS, Sec.
MURRAY   &    CRAIG,
OENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Ship's Work a Specialty.
lIorse-sTiMlnr. in all its branches. Farm Im- '
nleiuelits renaitcd. Miners' Tool, catefutlv
sliurpeued ami tempered.
Buller Street, .       Udysmlth
The
Ladysmith
JOB PRINTING PRICES.
THE LEADER {_»*£
1 body who wants to save money
on Printing that this shop's prices
are lower than those of any other
office in the country. Having
satisfied ourselves on this point we
shall be pleased to compare notes
with any who.doubt.
The quality of Thk Lbadbr'S
job work is equal to anything produced in the Province.
Thb Lbadbr employs only skilled union workmen, receiving the
full union scale of wages; its prices
and quality are always up to the
accepted standard.
Ladysmith merchants and others
who send to. Victoria, Vancouver
and other places for their job printing can save money, time, misunderstanding and annoyance by
investigating The Leader's statements as published here.' When
we cannot print certain classes of
work we tell you so, we do not
take your order, have it done elsewhere and charge you middleman's'
commission.
Our Motto Is:—"Squaredealing;
one price for all; our best work in"
every job." No trouble to estimate.
Call and see us about that job
priliting work you are wanting and
we will save you money.
The Leader*
| Prepared to purchase ores as from August ist
Convenient to E. & N. or Sea.
T
Esquimau &  Nanaimo
It^Special Rates and Train Service for the Nanaimo Agricultural
Exhibition, Friday and Saturday Sept 19th and aotli.
Etcnr.lon ratei In effect Irom Ladyimith to Ninaimo, llok.li good
going Friday aud Saturday Sept. lll.h. and 20,h. returning not later than
Sunday Sept. 21st.  - 	
In addition lo tb. regul.r train Mr.lo.on Satnnl.v S.pt. 2)sh, a
■peolal train will leave Nanalmo lor Lidyimlth at 0,0) P. .tt.
w-**.1*--**^**********^^
Geo, L. Qourtmy,     •     TraffloManager
.!*-.-    - ...»    -Srf
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