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Array | The people that save
money trade with
BICKLE
Ladysm
Leader
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VOL. II. NO. 114.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1002.
VlilVh FIVE CENTS.
Furniture
We have just received a carload of Furniture direct from
the Eastern factories, comprising
Bedroom Suites atraSST
Sideboards, Extension    and Centre Tables, Chairs,
Book Cases, Kitchen Tables, Lounges, &c.
Come and see what will suit you and we will supply it.
Also a full line of Family Groceries alway fresh and
at Lowest Prices.
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SIMON LEISER ft CO.. Ltd
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Esplanade md Oatacre Street, • • Ladysmith
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When Visiting Nanaimo Try
H. &W,
Sausage
We Carry a Full Line
Of High-Class Groceries, Provisions,
Flour, Feed, Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Etc.
A,R Johnston & Co,
Oddfellows' Block,
Wholesale   and   Retail.
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iGRAND HOTEL
Wm. Beverldge, Prop.
Thit new hotel has beon comfortably furnished and the bar is np to date.
Bsst accommodation lor transient md permanent boarder! md lodgers.
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
The Esplanade,
Ladysmith, B. G.
Savoy    Xheatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA  -   AND    -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
WARNING!
ARE   YOU   INSURED?    If not
get iniured it once for li may be
too lltt tomorrow. I represent several
OLD ind RELIABLE Companies and
ean iniurt you at a moment1! notice it
the loweit possible rates. All leading
ratea. Don't
companies charge the same ratea.	
bi milled Into inturing with • oheaj
'  it be dii
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oompany - it might be dear In the tnd.
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
;P,*0. Drtwtr 83, Nanalmo, B, 0.
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Jessup's Pharmacy
HIGH   3TREET.
Frttcrlpllons carefully dispensed. Open
day ud night.
1IARTI.KV GIUBURNIt
Meatlicr Can. Society of Civil Knglneers
Member Institution of Klcctrlcal Hnglncers
Electrlcil Engineer
Correspondence Sollclteil
Work titiaranteed
P. o. le.,
I.ADV9MIT11
Attorney, Notary Public, Rlc.
Meaty te Uaa.
H. COLLINSON..
rrovlnclnl Licensed Assayer, late assaver
Villi Anda Smeller. Reliable analyst.i of
ores,coals,etc. Shliimenlsand sampling
at smelters superintended. Wclu-hts and
rrlitntscliceked. Nest lo Ihe Uw Courts
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THE VICTORIA ASSAY OFFICE
46 Ungley Street, VICTORIS.
The Best are
none too good I
t.COAL STRIKE COHVENTIOH
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Some Lines that have stood the test: 3.
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"Slater," Canadian.
CUIDTC "W. g. & r."
OsTI in  1 9       all colors.
$1.25 Md $i.5°-
Your bosom friend in white \V. G. & R.
$1.00.
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UNDERWEAR
"Wolsey," English. Every garment
guaranteed unshrinkable.
"Stalifield" unshrinkable, two qual-
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Wifkesbarre the Scene of a Very
Important Conference,
TO
DECKAJULJE TEA,
Absolutely tlio finest tea sold in B.O. If you do not know
thU nek our ctiBiomers. Or better still try one pound SO,
Impoited directly from Deckujnlie Tea Gardens. Only
onrBelveB between tbe grower and you. Your second order
will be fi pouudn, price $2..J5.
W.
-SOLE AQENTS-
Heddle A Co.
Free Press Block,
-PARTICULAR OROCBRS—
floods Oetivered Pre,
at Ladysml.ti.
Nanaimo
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Monsoon
Denr Mrs. P. , in tqily ioj-.nn- Inquiry tin to wliich is the best ten to use, 1 would
wiy thnt lit liiyo-.liiion it rests lielween tilt-llliic Hil.lion nnd Moiinonn racket Tens, If
you like rich, strougtcn, tlieu Witt- Ribbon is undoubtedly llie best, hut sbotild your tasti*
lie Tor a delicate nml vcr) llnvury U-a I would ntlvlBO you lo telephone to your grocer for a
•wickel of Muiisui.il. l'crsoimlly, 1 drink Itltie Kitibou lu llie morning nnd Monsoon ut 5
o'clock, but then, you know, I nnt n -.erfi-cl crank nlioul ten.
Yours iruiy, SARAH GKUNDV.
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(Assoc'llk**! Press.)
Delegates Chosen.
Mount Carmel, Pa., Oct. 17—Twenty
meetings of local members of tbe United
Mine WorkerB were held In tliia region
today, and delegates to tbe Wilkesbaire
convention were chosen and instructed
to follow tlie advice uf President Mitchell
and district officers.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oat. 17—All tbe
officials tlirounbuut tbe anthracite coa
fields are engaged today in elf-ding de legatee to the Mine Workers' Association
to be held In the Nesbitt theatre tiiere
next Monday to consider tbe acceptance
of the plan of arbitration submitted by
President Roo.ev-.lt. These me-niii/a
are being held in accordance with the
call sent out yesterday by tbe three exe
unlive boards. There is nothing ou the
surface at this time to indicate that tbe
arbitration echeuie will not be accepted.
President Mitchell knows tbe aeuli-
menta of the men and would not have
agreed to the proposition had he any
doubt tbat a convention would not ratify
his action. No serious ol-j'-ctiou- will
be raised on the floor of tbe convention
to certain features of tlie plan.
One of tbe many obstacles to be surmounted by the uuion is that of finding
work immediately fur all the striker?.
Every man wants his old place ba-lr,
but aB the companies have decided to
care for all tbe meu wbo stood hy tbem
during the strike, there will bu sumo
disappointment. This matter will he
fought out on tbe floor of lhe convention
Officer** of tbe union confidently believe
that it will be amicably adjusted. It
probable that the delegates will decide
to care for all men who fail to get work
at once.
The Strikers Win.
Fresno, Cal., Oct. 17—The raisin pack
ers'strike iB practically at an end, an
agreement with the employers bavin,:
been signed by two packing houses, tbe
strikers get everything they -asked For,
the packers agreeing to grant the hours
and wages demanded,
"Dough" From Flour.
New YojV Oct. 17—Advance copies of
the first annual report of the Standard
Milling Go., the encceaBor of Ibe old U,
*-*., Flour Milting Co., show a surplus
after accrued' interest ind organi***. it ion
expenses on bond*, vi $ti*ii'Ml. the balance sh eet shows assets of $15,67;!, 14$,
These include tbe surplus earnmgsuf the
following: Diiluth Superior Milling Co.,
ffhVTO; Northwestern Consolidated Milling Co., $'140,8-15; and the Standard Co.,
$3J9,728.
Expensive Carelessness.
Duluth, Minn,, Oct. 17—Diamonde
and precious stouts valued al $7,000,
were stolen from the counter in the First.
National Brink building late yesterday.
Tbe victim waa MrB. T. D. Merrill, a
prominent society woman, MrB, Merrill
had jtu-t left tbe safety deposit vault,
where t-ht* drew out the jewels, and laid
them on the cuunter.
Big Hotel Fire.
Jamestown, N.Y., Oct. 17—Tbe Grand
Hotel at Point Chautauqua, one of the
largest and fineBtbotelsaroundChfliu.au-
iiia lake, was burned to the ground at
Four o'clock this morning tonethci' with
Its contents, also tbe amusement hall
and a Bummer cottage owned by the hotel company, The hotel was owned by a
Beaver Falls and Buffalo syndicate. Lobs
$20,000.
Visit Khartoum —
Peculiar Actions,
Get the Best Work
Estimates eheerfnlly fiirnlilinl on any-
thin, you uiay need in the line nf paint-
ine, papsrhanging, wall and ni-ilinn decorating. The Star Faint Simp, High
Street.
S. ROBDDINO, Prop.
KITTO & GOOCH
Barristers, Solictor, and
Conveyancer,	
OHld Ot.lf.llow>' Building, Ruben. 81.
LADYSMITH, B.C.
P.O. BOX 243
G.W.SCOTT
Baker and Confectioner,
Plain and fancy bread.   Oaket and pai-
triei ol all deiorlptloni,    Frnlti   in
FLORENCE LeFEUVRE
A. L. C. M.,
Teacher.-!' I'ltltio uml llnrlnony, Is now forming
ct.ss.ttH l,adysiiillli for tiiltiotl once a week
Intemllng |iu|ills lilense call nt
W. li. Lively's Store, Pint Avenue
WINDSOR HOTEL
This old-K-t'-bliflh.-d, First-OlnBi and
Popular Hotel is must comfortably furnished, centrally situated. Bns meets
trains. Excellent Cuisine. Bar stocked
with the finest wines, liquors and cigars,
NANAIMO, B. 0.
JOS. FOX.       -       -.        Proprietor.*
FOB SALE
Loll in Works 20, 30 and 31. Alio
Hotel Site, 120x120 leel. Alio lot! 1 ind
2 black 48, (jtlflO the tare.
Apply to
THOMAS KITGHIN - - NANAIMO.
Yon Binoke genuine tobacco
when ynu smoke
The Province
Cigar
llontuw It hai the full Havant Slier.
Aik for it,
The ProvinceGigar Co. Victoria,B.G.
THE CANADIAN
Of
Head Office, Toronto, Ont,
Capital Paid Up 18,000.000
Rail 2.000,000
Hon, Gio. A. Cox, Preiident.
B, E. Wai.kkb, General Manager,
A Branch of this Bank has
been opened at
LADYSMITH, B,C,
Savings Bank Department.
Interest allowed on deposits of one dollar {$1.00) ami upwards. The depositor
is Biihject to no delay In depositing or
withdrawing funds.
Current Accounts Opened,
Loans Negotiated.
Drafts Issued payable in all parts of
the world,
For tbe convenience of cuBtomers and
others this bank will he open on tbe
evening of Pay Day from 7 o'clock until
8 o'clock, #
GEO. WILLIAMS,
' Manager,
(A-SSOcifitctl Press.)
Off to India.
London, Oct. 17 - Lord Kitchener
started today for India, to asEiime command of the British forces there. He
goes by way of Paris and will visit
Khartoum. Absolute secrecy was maintained regarding all the arrangements
for hie departure so he got away unnoticed.
Suspected Russian Intrigue.
Vienna, Oct. 17-The Austro-Humtar*-
isn foreign office liscredita the report
t-legrtiphed from Bucharest, Roumania
to the London Daily Mail and published
today, that Russia has proposed to Tnr-
k.y a revival of the Unkiar<SkeIeBsi
treaty of 1SB3, which established a Rue-
einn alliance, under tbe terms of which
the government of Turkey undertook, at
Russia's request, to exclude in time of
war, all foreign warships from tbe
Black Sea, while Russia undertook, at
Turkey's request, to furnish Turkey aid
by lind and sea, if necessary.
Russia's Hand Again.
Constantinople, Oct. 17— The military authorities at Mitrovltza, Albania,
have gained complete control of the
situation. They have captured Chief
Issaboljatiutiz, wbo, witb his followers
receutly tore up the raiiroad betweeu
Mltrovitsiand Xucliitro and announced his determination not to allow  tbe
wly appointed Russian Consul to take
up his duties at the former place. The
chief has been taken 11 S-ilouika under
escort. The Albanians at Mitrovitza
and neigh Imrliood bave been disarmed
and the Kut.ian Consul will occupy bis
office shortly.
Philippines Papal Delegate.
Rome, Oct. 17—Archbish ip Guidi,
apostolic delegate in tbe Philippines,
and his secretary, Father O'Connor,
started today for Marseilles, from which
port they will sail (or Manila. They
wer,' bidden fate well at tbt railway Bta-
tiun by a Inrge gathering of dietinguieh-
ti.i Vatican officials, memheraot religions
bodies and reprepent&'.ivi-B of the ministers accredited to the Vatican, Including ihe entire Brazilian legation. The
lirchbi&hophas tnkeu with him all bis
episcopal robes, tnr he intends to enter
Manila iu full state.
Battered by Storms.
Qaeeustown, Oct. 17 —The British
eteam yacht Maria tecenily purchased
by Vice Commodore Bourne of the New
York Yacht Club, which sailed from
Glasgow Saturday foraNew York, and
put ia here having encountered tbe recent heavy gale off tbe Irish Coast, and
te so badly battered and strained she
will have to return to Glasgow for repairs.
Wrecked In Behrlng Sea.
Seattle, Wn., Oct. 17—The little Un-
Alaska schooner J. H. Ward, is a com*
plete wreck in Anadah bay, Bebring Sea.
Her pasBongerB and crew barely escaped
with tbeir lives and five of the number
nearly starved to death after reaching
land. Particulars of the disaster were
obtained from Capt. Chut*. Lindquist of
the steamer PonUmi, which has reached
this port, They were conveyed to Dutch
Harbor by tbe U.S. Revenue Cutter
Manning, which rescued five of the ill-
fated vessel's tnrvivore.
I Overcrowded
Must Have More Room
S se our elegant Sofas for only
$10 eiit-h.
Parlor Suites of five pieces for
•I only$22,50.
Fmicv Rocking Chairs fn quartered O.ik for only $3each.
Roller Top Desks, only $18escb.
j- 12 good Hardwood Bedroom
.' Suites with flue G. B. Glass, size
g  18x20.   Only $16 a Set.
200 ret-ulni-50,; Blinds, only 85*».
50 Curtain Poles, complete 25j
each.
8 dozen Cocoa Door Mute. Regular price $1.25. Take 'Eui. Only
80 cents each.
00 Good Feather Pillows, $1.50
a pair.
Bhmki'ts and Bedspreads all
nun ked down to bedrock prices,
Your inspection freely invited.
We Bell only for CASH.
Freight Paid to Udysmlth
J. H, GOOD  &  CO.
NANAIMO.
The Great Cast) Furniture Core
&* LADYSMITH   LEADER  OCTOBER 18 .1902.
Ladysmith Leader
i'ubllshctl every Wednesday and Snturdny nt
The Lender Building, corner of Hirst Ave. and
Preach Street, I.fuly .smith, British Columbia,
T. I.. GKAHAMK, Kditok and I'lioi-itiin'on.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By Mail in Canada and United Stvtes.
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Six mouths (strictly in advance) ,  i .5
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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Rates on application.    No wood cuts used.
Cuts for regular use should be all metal.
Marriage, Birth, Death aud Funeral uoliccs,
each insertion 50c.
Advertisements not inserted for a specified
lime will be charged for uutil ordered lo he discontinued,
THE LEADER will be found at the following
places-
La lysiuith—The Leader Office; The Ladysmith
Pharmacy.;
Nannlmo—E. Plmbury & Co.
Victoria—Public Library; Provincial 1,-ibrnry; and
Hotels.
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New Westminster—Public Library.
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at I his office before 12 noon the day before
Issue.
S'-bsciibersnot receiving paper regularly please
report to this office.
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Trinslent advertisements casli iu advance.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER- iS. 1901.
Wfo%KiLkmm\+.,&aK^% K^9i^cP!^*K
1  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, I
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fjj     Subscriber! not receiving The J
4 Leader regularly will confer a 4
_ lavor by reporting promptly
lavor   uy reporting   jjiujuijhj  w *,
tbii office. *?;
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■*yfHtJnStm!aVr*!t'Kt 3* *»5« *»»-*»*«v»j«
SOMETHING  ROTTEN.
Economic conditions in the United
States must be rather more rotten than
they arein any other country on earth,
because there millionaire! and pauperB
are made faster tban anywhere elso on
earth. Certainly there must be something radically wrong with a social Bye-
tern which enable! a few not-over eeru-
pulouB men to amass colosBal fortunes
in a few yean, in some eases monthi, in
otbar dayi, whilit million! of iheir fellow-citizen! can barely obtain enough to
keep body and eonl together.
Whatever ii the reason, and no man
hit yet ariien who has been able to de.
fine it coherently, the iact Ib certainly a
contradiction of the. boasted superiority
oi republic! over monarchies. It Ib quite
ti ie that poverty beyond the power of
'inguage to deicrlbe, icenee tbat defy
reproduction 11, ■ >n the canvas of the most
gifted painter, ezilt anil are to be witnessed in tbe great cities of the United
Kingdom, within less than a stone's
throw of luxury and gorgeousneas that
make ancient splendours childish by
comparison.
Bnt London haa nothing like the
Pennsylvania coal camps and their ap-
palling misery to show; London cannot
exhibit Buch social contrasts as New
York Oity and Chicago,
And the horrifying, the alarming aspect of tbe whole affair is tbe cations
apathy oi the very rich on tbe one hand,
and the absolute despair of tbe very poor
on the otber. The question of the hour
is 1 Can those iearlul conditions, those
crnel inequalities be remedied by the
enactment of laws? Men oi great wis-
dom have tried to BUggeBt remedies, but
In vain, The conditions become worse,
year by year; deeper into the hearts of
the poor in those crowded centres of
population is linking the conviction that
they hive been forgotten by God, and
thit ior tbem tbere is no hope on earth,
Ihe more robust of the sufferers talk
of revolution and other im possible methods ol relorm of conditions which are
making hundreds of thousands of human
beings actual slaves under a flag sup-
poind to be emblematic of tbo puree!
liberty, What ll to be the outcome of
thla itruggle between tbe mass that finds
lt birder to obtain bread anil the class
that flaunt! ita luxurious vices an:] its
reckless extravagance before thoBe starving or balf-starved millions?
Men are cheap and bread is dear and
getting dearer, Immortality awaits tbe
man who can solve thie riddle of transposing the terms, But tbere is no
OSJlpus In Bight at present.
Arliitic Job Printiugal Tbe LeaderoUlce
DISTRAUGHT BUT HOPEFUL
Small comfort ii to be gleaned from a
contemplation of tbe preient condition
tion of the Britiih Liberal party.
Once more the march oi event! hai
brought them faco to face with the
golden gate of opportunity, but in-
Btead of a serried phalanx marching
resolutely to victory with tht firm tread
of Roman legions, a brawling rabble fills
the gate with its aimleia jostling! and
discordant babble, A debased kind of
pretorian guard, thrusting up tbla or
that man of etraw j lome homely Perfl-
nax or shallow Romulus Auguitnlnt,
only to knock bim down and take off hii
ailly, cabbage-head amidst disdainful
laughter, "Lord RoBtberyl" at one
moment is the cry, and then 'til "Camp-
bell-Bannerman 1" Tht one, the aristocrat, distasteful to a large and rapidly-
increaBing division of the'party; the
other an estimable but vacillating and
timorous man; to hold therein! of power
over that stiong-minded craw, "oh, how
unfit!"
Why did Rosebery hoilt the;blood-reu
bannerol imperialism, tnd out-Tory the
Tories in his dretmi of an impossible
extension of an already unwieldy empire? Why did he forsake Ihe principles
oi the party;.to join banda with the
party that disgraced tbe Britiih name?
It may be'justly suspecled>hai;he.diil
bo because he felt that.he might have a
better chance of .keeping himself in'the
public eye and; favour by dinociating
himBelf.fronf the 'comrades with: whom
he had striven'to.save lome veitige of
national honour, and sanity during a
temporary national madness; '.leaving
them to maintain the itruggle.for down
trodden right and justice, whilit he
tried to "make himself solid" with the
enemy. It waa a bale desertion ol principles for a mean and unworthy purpose;
it lias disgusted even hii friends amongst
the Liberals, and deepened the dietrnst
with which lie iejegarded by the Radical wing.
Rosebery has' not tbe backbone ol
Gladstone; and.be never will lead the
united Liberal party, lie hti effaced
himself by hii trnckling.
Both tbe scholarly Nanaimo Herald
and the learned and cultivated Vancouver World spell "penumbra", "penutn-
bia". Wt might fashion a new word
for the special use ol thou journalistic
prodigies by calling thc-n pen-numb-
skulls.
Public opinion in the United States
and elsewhere appears to have let dead
againet the coal "operators" of Pennsylvania ; due, no doubt, to their indiioreet
expressions ol contempt ior tht tollers,
and to their eagerneti to.invokefor their
own protection the armed; lorce. which
tbe lawe, made.by theineelvei, too easily
placi at their disposal.
Canada haa well escaped tbo tremendous economic convulsion that hat
shaken tht fabric of the great rapnblio
to Its very foundation!. Truly it il mar
velloui tbat Canada ihould bt working
out her own great deitiny in calm and
peace while a condition nearly bordering
on revolution, evtn tnarchy, proitratee
her mighty neighbour in tht throes of
Internecine strife.
Rt, Hon. Joseph Chamberlain declare!
with hia uaual emphasis and metallic
briskness, tbat tbe Government will not
abandon tbe Education Bill, which proposes to take from the people ol England
the power to eay what shall be done
with their own money. No government
ever more lavishly lowed tht wlad or
planted the dragon's teeth. None will
reap more surely the whirlwind, or bt
more lureiy cruehed beneath the iron
feet ol retribution,
"J. H. Hawthornthwaite, Soclaliit."
Well, that sonndi no worie than "Archibald Lampman, Soclaliit," ai the gentle
bard ol Ottawa wai wont to describe
himself. The red badgt ol coonge, to
to pbrase it, muit needi be donned by
all who etand forth tor tht emit thit
neede assistance and do battle with tht
wrongs that need reiiitance. Provided
that no election precede the next meeting of the Legislature, Mr, Hawthornthwaite will have tbe unique distinction ol
being tbe first avowed Soclaliit who
ever occupied a seat in tbat home. Mr.
Hawthornthwaite in donning the icarlet
weekit ol Sociallim, makes an experiment which we shall watch with keen
interest.    ^__^^^^_^_^
_9^-Adveiliie in The Lt ;dtr now.
II Rudyard Kipling is not sull'erlng
from pareaia bla w.irk certainly begins
to give aeriouB evidence uf stnini sort uf
mental derangement. He litis a stury in
the September number of the Monthly
Magazine, and it Ib a cryptogram indeed.
It purports to be a report ol a conversation between a brown rat and a blnck
rat In an old mill, but where the point
Ib in the Btoiy ia the puzzle. The bit of
work ie evidently shilling, a-lino stun*.
Seldom has tho deep saying of Shakespeare that: "The evil that men do
lives after them; tbe good is oft interred
witb tbeir bones," roceivetl more forcible
demonstration than in tha history oi the
Canadian Conservative party. All the
good tbat Sir John A, Macdonald
wrought for that party waa buried in
his grave; whilst the evil oi Tnpperlam
flourishes today to the undoing of that
once pniBBsnt political cult, All efforts
to resuscitate the past glories oi the
party are futile. Tbe mantle of the
giants departed smothers Iheir pigmy
eucceeaon.
One thing about Miss Marie Corelli
we all admire—Bite will fight. She and
the critics have waged vendetta for many
veare, but the outburst of bitter, contemptuous dispraiee which has greeted
her latest literary performance, "Temporal Power," a political-economy novel, haa fairly outdone ail previous pro,
testB. Misa Corelli, of ctmrae, indulgea
in acathing recrimination. It wae the
Saturday Review that perpetrated the
neatest though cruellest criticism upon
one of Miss Corelli'B books. It consisted
of one word, following the regulation
announcement of publication, etc, and
wae: "BahI"
SPORIIINQ NOTES.
Lote ol smoke but little fire from tbo
suggested athletic and gymnastic club.
There it. talk of forming a basketball
team this winter, and that balls anil nets
have been ordered.
Association fiotlnill practice has been
neglected for some time, l.tilvsiiiilli
cannot expect to bold ite own against
teams tbat are practising every spare
moment.
Two Ladysmith gentlemen aro going
to place orders for small yachts with tht
celebrated Japanese builder, Morislnna,
of Vancouver, Mcrishma's designs are
beautiful.
The Intermediate Rugby Football
match between Vancouver and Nanalmo
lobe held at the latter plnce on Thursday did not como off, thereby disappointing not a. few Ladysmith people, who
went up with the intention of seeing a
good game. The Vancouver loam are
not to blame; they had to put back owing to rongb sea.
It wonld have been strange II in the
large increaae in Ladysmith's population tbere should not bave come one or
two good oatsmen. This has been tho
ease, and tbere ie no doubt that next
oeteon Latlysmitb will be able to put on
the regatta course a lew men who will
carry the local colors to the line in plenty
ol time to meet expectations,
Interest has sgaln been revived in tlie
proposition made here last year by a
well-known lover ol borsellesh, to the
effect tbat steps ehould be taken to ac
quire suitable gronndi ior a race track,
■omewhere near the town limits, The
Idea il to have Ladyemith put on the
circuit for the annual race meets, and
that the enclosure iniide the track could
be med for all kinds of athletic games,
inch ai licrosae, baseball, cricket, football, eporti, etc. More than local money
could be secured to back moll an enter.
prise; all that seems to be wanted now
ii the directing spirit to let tbe thing
going,      	
Notts of the News.
J, E. Cornwall, ion of ex-Governor
Cornwall, wai terribly burned in Van'
couver electric light worki Wedneiday
LIpton'i challenge for the America
cup hai been received by tbe New York
Yacht Olub,
Britiih non.corns, will teach American
■oldieri the Alderlhot military gymnaa-
tic system.
Coal miners of Germany bave remitted |1,250 to Ihe U.S. striking miners.
Seattle Pcst-Intelllgencer condemn!
tbe Boer generals for appealing to continental powere for aid, and branda them
ai ungrateful to Britain,
Wreckage haa been found near Car-
manah Point lighthouse and a marine
dliaiter, it la feared, baa occurred,
Oonaervative estimates place Allln'i
gold output for thie leaaon nt 1'50,0110.
Alfred Ifarmsworth, propiictorof tlie
London Daily Mall and many other
Britiih newspapers, mny buy Toronto
Mail and Empire and turn it into a
newspaper.
President Mitchell ol the miners' union want! a sixth man on the strike
commission.
U.S, army is to bo reduced to 50,(100,
tbe minimum required by law,
LADYSMITH SHIPPING.
Inauguration of the Ladysmith-Van-
CDuver Direct Passenger Service,
On Thursday thn steamer Pilot lilt
Ladyemith with thit fir.it. uoiiMiiiteut ol
pareeengerB to travel by tbe new n-nle
direct from Lady smith to Vancouvt-r.
The Pilot has accommodation for twenty-
two *. passengers, but this will Im Increased if the demand exceeds the accoinmn*
dation. At present it is believed that
the provision indicated will meet all requirements. One great advantage of
this route ia that Ladysmith and Vancouver people will be able to make tbe
round trip In the 21 hours. It is expected tbat arrangements will be mnde
immediately to acquaint the public with
the approximate sailing time of tbe Pilot
from here. Many Ladysmith people are
confident that this is the beginning of
very important things for this place, lt
is, of course, well known that Vancouver's merchants are very desirous of
opening up a field for their business on
this part of tbe island, aud probably
their enterprise may be trusted to lose
no time in taking advantage of the op*
portuuity now presented to them.
Tug Tyee called Thursday, after bringing up tbe ship John Brlggs from tbe
straitB to Obemainus, where she will
load lumber for Australia.
Tug Pioneer has been charlered to
take tbe place of tbe tug Pilot running
north with the coal barges.
Sir. Quito hae been chartered to take
two more full cargoes of coal from Ladyemith to San Francisco for Messrs. Ii
Dunemuir & Sons.
Str. Venture one of the regular callers
hero, rau on the rocks np north and has
been brtdly damaged. S'.e is afloat again.
A DECEPTIVE APPEARANCE
It Was Very Hard to Judge Him
By His Looks.
One day this week a big, roBy-looking
mnn, wbo had tbe very cut of a drum
nierfor high-grade Scotch whiskey and
cigars, visited Ladysmith, and soon fell
in witb half a doz-n .(limine Ludysmith
ppiritB. who looked with admiration at
his well-colored nose and rubicund jowls.
He was Simon the Cellarer in modern
raiment, and hie stories were good, even
the naughty ones. They all stood out on
the street laughing and swapping yarns
tbat got riskier and riskier, until at
length lhe jolly stranger, slapping a
couple of the locals on tbe back exclalm<
ed:
•'Well, boys, this Is dry work, eh?
Suppose we right-about-face into yonder
inn and have something to chase tbe
blues off tbe earth at my expense? Oome
on, drouths, come on."
To a man the brigade wheeled toward
the saloon, each man determined to
drink for the honour of Ladysmith.
Fellows wbo usually stuck to rye
and fist*** thought to show tbe jovial
stranger that they wero seasoned casks
by ordering up rum and sugar hot;
othern forsook tbe modest sour-mash for
branily*and-plnin; the fellow who always
nipped claret end soda apologetically,
ashamed In snub distinguished company
to call for that tea-party tipple, boldly
demanded tbe gin bottle and prepared
to gulp it straight.
"Name your liniment, gents," erled
the large man; "let j>y be unconfined
we don't meBt every day, bo heave down
the reef tackle, ye ancient mariners,
and spare not the boozu." -
"And whal'II you have yourself, sir?'
enquired the respectful barkeep, one
band on a bottle of matured Caledonia,
the otber on a flagon of Ooleraine proof.
K very body expected to bear bim ask for
a quart of straight Scotch at least.
"Me," saya be; "ob, gimme a plain
soda,"
Tbe shock was too much for most of
tbe party, down whose cheeks rolled
tears of mortification as tbey watched
the big bluffer drain tbe thimbleful 0/
temperance swig as If it was vltrid with
ginger and dynamite In It, and heard
him smack his lips and say: "Strong
drink ie a mocker, take my tip, boys
and give lt the g. b. every time."
RON DISCOVERED!
Splendid Samples of Finished Ore
Right in Ladysmitli,
Come in and see the specimens nt
ray store.
I have it made up into nil sorts of
ingenious things, just whnt you
need. Axes, Saws, Chisels, Tools,
to no end. Pots and Pans, Stoves,
Buckets, Knives, Guns, Rings, Anchors, and needles. Kven my store
is iron. The famous Cash Store on
First Avenue.
Cory S. Ryder
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J A COMFORTABLE HOME
IS THB DESIRE OP US AU
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Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Wallpaper, Curtains,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc., Etc.
****** ■ ■
There Is Comfort In Our Qooda
Everything to lurniib a home in
modest or elaborate style. Write
ior onr large catalogue (free) lllui-
trated and priced (a itore In itself).
WEILER BROS.,      VICTORIA j
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Coal!   -   Coal!
4- •.
J Wellington Colliery I
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
San   Francisco Agency,
R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
340 Steuart St.
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Esquimalt &  Nanaimo  Railway
ELLERY'S
Royal Italian Band
At the Nanalmo Opera House
Wednesday, Oct. 22,
In order to afford the resident! of Ladysmith in opportunity to httr tbit etlf
brated iiand a special train will leave Nanalmo lor Lidyimilh at 11 p. m. on
Wediii '. j, Oct. 22nd. l*.tssengeri leaving Udyimllh by regular train at7:10 p.m.
Fare for the Round Trip 50 cent*.
Geo, L. Courtney,
Traffio Manager
Flower pots
I have them In great variety, all sixes
and at reasonable prices. Call and in
sped the stock.
J. McDonald, High St., Ladysmith
To theJPublic.
Notice li hereby given that a portion
of tbe new public echool building wai
opened on Monday morning, September
15th, 1902, for the ute ol itnior tnd
junior third oltn, and aenlor and junior
fourth elan, who are hereby notified to
I attend from thii dale lorward.
For the Trueteei.
A. 8. CHRISTIE.
Ladyimith, B.C., Sept, Dili, 1002,
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COMPANY, !LT0.
Manufacturers or oil klmlsjol
fl. Dressed Lumber
Mouldings. Laths, Shingles, Ete.
A Inrptc slock nr thoroughly scnitoiietl
lumber—m nnd and clanu constantly on
hnii'l.   All orders Hlrltlly ntt.ii-.lt-d to,
QuoluLloiiH cheerfully given.
I John W. Coburn, _
Manaiiinii DiiiKOTon,
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for the finest Butter
and fresh fails
-OO TO-     ' J,'
T. X. JONES,
OATACHH STHKKT,
CANDIES. FKUIT IN SEASON
BOOTS MD IB
Made and repaired, ill work
Guaranteed. Impaction In*
Tiled.
Kartell Repilrls, a Specialty.
A. S. Christie,
LADYSMITH, • B.O.
Broad and Pastry
for Oni Dollar
The best lit town, and dch>ered to your door
dally,  It will (My you to deal with
JOS. KENNY,
Lidyimlth liki-*, '    Eiplimii
Naniimo, B.O.
MANiu-AcruRKna bit THK
i Choicest Larer, Ales, Beer
and Porter;.
COLD 8T0RAQE-Cl.stcl.il. fKiiiiir.
1 for the.tonne of B...U, ,gf>, poultry,
vegetable., etc, etc..
♦♦»♦*♦«*♦♦« ItllllHMHH 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., 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-iirst day of
"~       *      '       1901, and for the costs and expenses of Sale.
LADYSMITH LEADER.  OCTOBER 18, 1902.
December, A.D.,
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAME.
Short Description of land
Nanalmo Diitrict,
Greeoway, John	
Kelit, VI. J.	
Fielding Richard	
Fielding, Fred. J	
Fielding, Jos. A	
Perry, John ,„
Texada Island.
Lee.T.H	
Shannon, K. L	
Stainlord, J. L	
Abrama, John	
Atwell, VI. D.	
Breiiter, Geo	
Brett, Samuel	
BuBhong Ivan '...„■.-..„
Cochrane, A. R	
Davii. Leonard	
Ellii, IdaLeille	
Foley, T. E	
Fraier, J, D	
Johnson, E. A	
Jones, David ,..
Kiddle, Thomas	
Kirk Lake Mining 0	
I.e Roy, Minnie	
Menziee, Jno, A	
Menlngham, II	
McKelvIe, Alex	
Lot 6 5 acres
Sec. I a2,loll20,21,02 5
Sec. 2, lot A 47 acres
Sec. 2, lot B, 2 acres
" 2, lot 0, 3 acrei
Loti I't 4 and 7
Heal
Prop.
McLean, M. A..
McLeod, W. H„
McNeil, A	
Nightingale, Jai
Paxton, 0	
Pllat, M	
Battery, W. J....
Borlion, W. 1)!!!
Lot 23,124 acrei
Seo. 4, 8 E H, 10 acree
Lot 17,100 acre!
Block 3, lot 11
"   12, lot 10
"    7, lot llll
Seo. 22,100 acres .
Block 4 aud 22, loti 8, 12
Lot .1, towiite Eat,
Block 8, lot 30
38, lot 18
32, lot 1
4, lot 10
40,lot 0
13,lot 0
21, lot 4
Part lot 10,20 acre!
Block 7,lot 1
" 11, lol 2
"   40, lot 3
8 40
0J00
60 78
(Per.)
!2o oaf
Saniles, S. D	
Smith, Geo. O	
Upton, G	
Woodhm, W. A..	
Gauleliel.il, Dorothy...
Chow, Dan	
Cochrane, A. K	
Doering A Marstrmw.
Gilchrist, Joe	
Lyoni, Bobt	
Nichols, Geo. E	
Stromberg, Wm	
Summers, Jas	
Summon A McLeod.
Thompson, Joseph...
Thompson, Samuel...
Urquhart, H.A	
MeOuun, Dora....;	
Wilion, William.-.	
Douglas District.
Preatioe, Wm. T	
Batei, H. L	
Dinoghue, D. P	
Gogo, John	
Bright District.
Keen, Jus. and John	
Mason, Robt	
Mason, Bobt	
Qabrlola Island.
McKenzle, 0. 0. Eet. of.	
Nilaon, John	
Riven, Bobt	
Hanien, Alice..
McGuffle, Geo..
Block 22, lot, 1
Sec. 21,100 acrei
Block 12, loll 4, 5, 0
"    00,lot 10
7, lot 34
47, loi 2
3, lnl 4
Sec. 22. 120 anrei
Block 7, lols 17,10, 21
" Woti 10,11,12,13,14
"   37, lot 8 '
"   41, lot 11
"    8, lot 3
Lot 39,138 acres
Block 38, lot 10
"   11, lot 10
"   40,lots
"   12, lot 1,2
"   18. lot 14
"    6, lot8
"   13, loti
"   47, lot 3
Sec. tl, 100 acrei
Block 4, lot 3
'■     7, lot 7
IS,lot 18
33, lot 8
Lot 23,220 acrei
Blocks, loti 31,31
Sec. 3, S.W. ^,1471....
"6,N.W.*i,100aorei|
Lot i, 80 acrei
rioii-l building
Loti, 100 acrea
Lot 2,160 acrei
Wyllle, John Mre..
Riven, Robt	
Small Island, near Kuper Island.
James, Ed	
Sangtter Island.
Mon, Morris, Kit, of	
Latquitl Island.
Moil, Mortis, Kit. of	
Stnbbingt, Robt,, Est, of	
Wither, Thomai  .
Jeffrey, Robt	
Rtnsom.W. ti	
Andenon, Stephen	
Bun, Waiter	
Jtffrey, Alfred	
Jeffrey, Abrtbtm	
Stevens, John	
Lot 13,100 acrei
Lot 3,00 acrei
Lot 10,20 aom
Seo, 7,190 acrei
Sec. 17, S.W Ji 1681.„.
Sec. lO.N.WJfol N.W.
. J-f40acrei
[Sec. 12,N.EJj-,IOOacrei
Sec. 0 S.W Is*, 162aorei
Sec. 28,N.W ii, 11 acres
Sec. 10, 8.E H, 100 acres
Seo. 22,N.EJsfo(S.W,lf
10 acrei, Sec. 22, W, %$.
W.J»;, 80 acrei
Lot 20,40 acrei
14 40
12 00
0 60
11 62
13 60
3 20
96
23 04
10 32
2 40j
10 32
10 20|j
10 .Til
Total Taxei Unpaid
Expenies
[and Costs.'
6 00
16 60.'
42 10
48 00
36 00
0 40
88 00
8 40
9 CO
71 40
1 70
10 88
4 80
8 00
2 21
1 20!
3 00
4 811
2 00
8 80
6 40
0 00
8 00
2 40
OOj
400
4 00
4 00
400
4 00
4 00
400
400
4 (10
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
4 00
4 00
4 0(1
4 00
400
4 00
Thetis Island.
Foster, Robt. Eit. ol	
Sec lS.S.E^tnd S.Wi
'*■ 116 acrei
Sec.8,8KofNW%80i,
Seo. 3, S % of NE (j'04v
Sec. 26, NU !. 82 .,-,«,,
Seo. 20, WJ-iolEJa-701.
Sec. 18, NVV.'j-100 acres
[Sen. 27,8Jibr8EJj-*,80i
Sec. 2S,S*iiof8W 6,80a
Sec. 28, NE if, 150 acrei
lee. 2(1, SW ).', 139 acres
(-*eo.3*,NWj9-'89;tcrti
Sec. 21, SE ■{,ino acrei
Sec. 22, NE.*4', 100 acre.
Seo.36,N«olBE*»f.34i
Sec.80,NKofS-rY&77i
Lot 1,128 acrei
14 4d
12 00
9 m
11 62
13 60
3 20
23 04
10 32|
2 41
11 62
9 12
9 12
10 26
6 00
4 4(1
1 20
6 7(1
6 12
1 2(1
2*40
4 00     4 00
•19 76] I    49 76     4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
4 00
400
400
4 00
4 00
4 00
400
4 (10
400
400
400
4 00
400
400
400
400
4 00
400
4 00
400
400
4 00
400
4 00
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
39 00
10 40
37 00
12 40
13 00
76 40
60 60
11 25
74 00
10 00
13 00
5 70
14 88
9 (10
6 24
5 20
7 00
8 80
0 00
13 80
10 80
10 00
12 00
0 40
4 88
12 00
10 80
14 88
11 20
20 00
7 30
5 20
6 92
7 60
14 25
0 80
4 48
7 60
5 40
20 60
7 80
40 10
52 00
18 40
10 00
13 00
16 62
17 00
7 40
4 00
11 52
9 12
9 12
10 26
400
400
560
4 00
5 60
400
400
400
400
4 00
400
400
65 36     66 36     4(10
11 20
8 00
IS 75
15 52
13 12
14 02
14 25
60 36
Name tf penoa
Newcastle Townslte.
Fltid.W. H	
Btwlinion, Chai...	
Barlow, Gto	
Paiish, Hanry, Est. ol	
Durrani, O. Wi../..,.
I'hllpotl, W. H	
Cirttr, O, H	
Oinnn. Thomai	
Dowltr, Jamei	
Harper, Jos	
Harris, John Mrs....
Lawrence, Louis	
Ltwli, O. T	
Lowen, O, J	
Lowen, O. Mn	
Sihl.J.J	
Perry, John.	
Durrtnt, O.W	
Phllpott.W. U	
Lot 3 io lot 4 ml., d
14 tn lub. lot 17
1 in inb. lot 16
10 »10 Newcutli
[mb, loti
Lot 8 in inb. lot 15
Barptr, Jot..
JUiteild .mittDec,
3111,1901.
Start Deicrlptloa
of Lied.
7
10 "
4 "
8 a 6"
4 "
9 "
1 "
6 "
' 12
' 111
' 6
'   2
letlfrtp.
1136
6 12
496
36 20
160
1
98
96
128
80
80
96
96
96
1
192
100
160
80
Wild
laid
fetal Timi
11 36
6 12
496
16 20
1 (10
1
80
61
80
80
90
(Kl
Wl
200
102
1
1
(x-wiiei ltd
Com
4 oo
4 co
4 co
4 °o
4 oo
4 oo
4 oo
4 co
400
400
4 on
4 oo
4 oo
4 oo
4 oo
4 oo
4 co
400
4 co
400
400
total Ant.
15 30
9 12
39 20
5 60
6(1(1
4 00
4 00
6 28
4 80
4 61
4 80
4 80
490
4 00
4 90
690
6 02
560
5 60
480
Name of Penon.
Cranberry District.
Bolton, Jane	
Ontclijey. Stitti '"".'
Ellis, William	
Gilson, Tliiini ip	
Harris Is»ai'	
Nicholson, Isaac...
l'atton, Albert	
- Roche, Frank	
Smith, Michael	
Beauoliamp, Robt..
Bateman, Jus.
Short Description of
land.
Est. ol...
Campbell, Kenneth..
Henderson, R. 8..
Hudson, Win
Horth.C. W	
Lahd. Rob) ,
Mason, R-ib- "
MoOluBfey, Harry!."'
McKenzle, ,1. A......'
McMillan, Henry....
McMillan, Hugh'....,
Peere, Prank '
Pierce, William	
Richardson, J. jj
Tate, Isabella .'.'.''
Treloar, John	
Ryder, Cory S	
Spino, Frank	
	
Cedar District.
Wakoman, Jas	
Leach, John   "
Greenway, A. J...!!!.'."	
Stevens. Goo ..,'.'.
York, Oliae. Est. of..
Range 8, lot 10,1 acre
Block 1, lot 3
Range 7, lot 3
1, loi 6
6, lot 2
0, lot 1
Lil, South Wellington
Am. 9, lot 2
"   1, lot 8
" ■ fl, lot 5
"   3, lot 4
"   8,^0(3
"   2, lut 1
"   8, lot 8
„,"   3, *,< of lot :
Block 2, lots 4, 5
Range 7,pt. sec. 1,10a
" 7, sec. I, 50 a
Block 7, lots 1 anil 2
Block 0, part lot 1
"     1, lot C
Seo. 12, block 0, 0
Lnl.Soutli Wellington
Block 9, lot 8
"     8, lot 8
"   10, lote 13, 14 23
"     2, lots 11,12
,. "       A. lots 1, 2
!8ec, 12, range 2
Gavin, G., et al	
Civin G., e*. al	
Gavin, G., et al.....'",','""","!!
Oyster District.
Walker. Geo	
Davis, u. 1- iim"	
Ri'ga, Lirenaa,.
Bryant A Griffith!  ...."!	
Curron, Catherine B
Oin-riitliers, Arthur '	
Churchill, Nathaniel    "'
Gink, Edgar	
Harper, Ernest....!	
K.'ene. Chai. E	
King, H. J       	
Martin, Ruhr....      	
Mclutiuh oi Orulee','.."	
Pears, John  	
Southcombe, Hy...'."'.'.!,"!!!""'
Goffalo, Jos	
Witteon, James..!!,'	
Wain, Harry !"!!!!	
Clav, Samuel..."
Mountain District.
Holland, John...
Badrnok, Win...!!"!'.	
Badcock, IVm ..!.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',
Jetlldlah Islands.
Thompson, Philip N	
Williams, Sidney. ...
Williams, J. T  	
RangeBjieo.4,6i.Ept
" 8, sec. 400 acres
6, sec 8,0 91a.j
0, sec 8 40 iiitfb|
4, sec. 5, Ept 60!
R.l,see. 16,16.17,250a
R. 8,Beo,15,16 282^)l
R. 2, sec. 14, Ept 37s
R S.seo. 13,0. 14,15 ■
R. 3,110.16,10,17,1
Sec. 54.48 ac-ei
Sen. 55,18 acree
Bk.0, loti 1,2
Bk. 27, lot 20
Bk. 8. lot 0
Bk. 27, lot 13
Bk. 95, lote 15,10
Bk. 6 loti 5,0
Bk. 27, lol 14
Sec 48,100 acrei
Bk. 12, lot 8
Bk. 9, lot 8
Hk. 97, lol 4 .
Bk. 24, lot 7
Sec, 13,1110 acrei!
Hk. 12, pt. lot! 4.»5
Bk. 03,-lot 4
Bk. 8, lot! IS, 14, I5|
R. 6, pt. eee.1.1,10a.
R. 6, sec. 13, E.
R. 0, sec. 13, pt.
Lole43,44, -15,40,405a
GEORGE THOMSON,
Assessor,
South Nanaimo Assessment District,
Ladysmith P.O,
BACK FROM GERMANY,
After Two Years' Absence a Well-
Known Wellingtonian Returns.
This week many old residents ol Wellington now living in Lidyimilh had the
pleasure ol shaking hands with Dr. L.
J. OlBrien, B, A., formerly principal ol
the Wellington public ichool, where be
was very popular with all classes,
Two years ago the Doctor went to
Germany to study  medicine, settling
Ont in the quaint old city of Wuriburg,
in Bavaria, celebrated for Iti medical
selioiil.    Alter spending a year there,
studying medicine and   the   German
olmractei and  manners,  Dr.   O'Bilen
passed on to what ie now comidered to
be the greatest medical centre in the
world, Vienna, the gay capital ol Austria, by the blue H.inula..   Auother year
waa paasetl there, at the end oi which
the Doctor graduated with notion, and
determined to return to the Far West.
In various letters received irom old
friends In Wellington lie had been kept
Informed as to the numerous changes
taking place; of lhe rise of Ladyimith
ami 10 forth, hut Ihe actual Ladyeuilth
was a revelation to  Dr. O'Brien.   He
was atnaxed beyond measure to iee here,
instead of the small group of ihicki
which waa former'y Ladyimith, a centre
ol industry, lull of activity and enterprise, with handsome itreeti and resiliences, One public buildings and a population greater than Wellington's, even in
ill palmiest days,
Dr. O'Brien went down to Victoria
Thursday morning to read up a little
for the eiaminallon which he will have
to pan before the meeting of the 1
vlnolal Medical Council, a week Irom
neit Monday, Dr. O'Brien intend! to
utile down somewhere along the Eait
coast of tlie Island.
BUNDLE AND GO.
Local Chinese Must Pack to Other
Quarters at Once.
Orden definitely deciding the fate of
the local Chinatown have been issned
by the authorities ol tbe E. A N. Railway, tnd it it eipected that within a
few dayi the Chinese resident! of Lady-
imlth'i eboiceit ind molt picturesque
lection will be hiding their tenti and
preparing to ileal awiy to the new location selected for them just beyond bridge
No. 105, between tbe railway track and
the sea.
Several ot the leading celestials have
been notified that they mult get ont ae
qulclky is possible, and there hai been
a notable decreaae in the amount of new
lumber going lo Chinatown. In fact it
is generally understood that thie time it
ll really go.
Thil ll the belt bit of newi The Leader
hai luen able to lay before ill numerous
readeri for many a dav, and it may
lately he said that tbe Company has uot
done • wiser id for tbe best interests of
Ladyimith thin thli expulsion ol those
objectionable iqnatters.
It la not yet known to what use the
Company Intendato put the area thus
vacated, but ai moat people are aware
tbe great ichemee of improvement in
the Ladyimlth-rallway yard which the
Company hie in view, leaves not much
hope ol the spot being tinned into a
pretty little public park, ae many have
suggested,
BEEN ROUND A BIT
A Young Man Who Saw Things for
Himself.
Mr. G. Weiton-Wrlgley, the well,
known Canadian Soclaliit, who hai been
spending a few daya in Ladysmith, il
an interesting talker, and hae had lome
experiences that are worth recounting.
Mr. Wrigley Ib • Torontonian, though
now living in Victoria, and laat year wai
seized with tbe fancy to inspect Europe,
on the lame line, ai that young American who did the continent oh fifty cents
a day, not from paraimonioni reaioni,
but for fun. Mr. Wrigley succeeded in
securing a billet on a cattle boat running
out of Montreal to Glasgow, receiving
free passage, board and a slight remuneration at the voyage end. It was more
romantic than canvassing tor ads. and
subscription! carrying hay to t lot of
lick cowl, but there were moments when
he wis glad none of his friends could set
him—and hear him.
Manufacture of Fiih (luano.
Tht Department ol Fin orient Ottawa
haa been notified that 1 Jipaneje company has established a manufactory ol
llsh guano at Departure Bay, Nanaimo,
tht notice ol which wai Ant excluilvely
published In The Leader, Than ia, lt il
understood, a clause In tbt Fliheilei
Act which prohibit! tieoatohlng nl fiih
ior use ii manure, and Ihe matter is
being carefully Investigated, Hundreds
ol tons of salmon and herring are lelt
to rot on the ihorei all along Ihe coral
every year, Farmere and gardener!
could mike good 1110 ol tht right to DM
I then llsh ai manure.
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW.
No penon under ilxteen yean ol age
ll permitted to enter a theatre or tavern
In Heligoland,
It ll unlawful lor a doctor in France to
Inherit property left to him by a deceased patient.
The starfish hll no note, but the
whole ol ill nndenlde is endowed with
the sense ol einell,
Russian! wh 1 ire religious do not est
pigeons, because of tbe sanctity conferred on the dove in the Scripture!.
lt takes about three leoondi tor a met-
aage 10 go Irom one end ol the Atlantic
cable to the other. Thli ll about 700
mllei a second.
Edward R. Dunn, a Nome miner, now
in Seattle laya the Nnme gold output (or
1902 wlll reach 110.000 1100.
Tht time to idvtitlw ll all tht lime.
He visited the Glasgow exhibitioo,
then witb a chum took a maivellouily
cheap ticket to Paris. Neither of the
Canadians could parley voo a syllable,
but being plain livers snd high thinker!
the horrors of the French restaurant
bill-nf.fire gave tbem little concern.
They didn't draw pictures of mushrooms
freih oft the tree for the information of
the garcon and have bim suddenly ratline what they wanted, "je volt, je vole,"
skip off and return with an umbrella,
Nor .lid they ask for "cafe an lait with a
little milk in lt, please." In tact they
had a Onetime of it. They we're on tht
EIff.il tower when Santos Dnmnnt made
his first trip rouud it, tnd they law
many notable pe ople.
The cheapness of the transportation
in the United Kingdom astonished 1l1e.11,
whilst the snccessful Socialization of the
great public utilities, in such placet at
Glasgow was a laminating study.
Mr. Wrigley rode up from Shawnlgan
on his wheel, and found it good travelling all i lie way. He relumed in the
eame faihion today, to Victoria.
Look Pleasant, Please.
Mr. G. R. Nelson, a well-known photographer ol Nanaimo, bai decided to
open a gallery in Lad) smith, corner of
Flnt Avenue md Gatacre Street, and
expects to hive everything In readineis
by the end of next week.
Lively repairs all kin Is of Engliih,
Swlii and Auiericin watchet. LADISMITH LEADER, OCTOBER 18. 1902.
Oh!
A New Tie
If you're getting; a new suit you'll want
n new tie, of course.  If not, you'll' want
one all the more—to brighten up the old
suit,
""ne New Colors mul Designs are be-
wilderlugly beautiful, vieing In artistic
sluidiiig with au Autumn sunset.
Ties in all the new Fall shapes are here.
Wheu you're tie hunting, come, see ours,
25c. to $1.00
 THE—
G. D. SCOTT CO.,
LIMITED.
CASH CLOTHIERS, NANAIMO.
THE CITY.
Crofton smelter wai blown-in   this
week and is now running steadily.
If yon want to get a nice ring remember we can make anything you want.
W. H. Lively, Jeweler.
Messrs. Kltto and Goocb, barristers,
have rented two rooms on tbe first floor
of the new Stephens block.
If lt is a nice clock von aro looking for
we have them from $1.00 to 118.00. W.
H. Lively, Ladysmith's leading jeweler.
Government Agent George Thomson
was buiy this week assessing Ladysmith
lota and Improvements. It will be a big
roll next one.
Mary had a little ring;
It ehon witb beauty rare.
She eaid it woe her engagement ring
And was bought at Lively's store.
Arrangements were completed by the
weather bureau for an eclipse oi tbe
moon Thursday nicht, aud it wae entirely Buccessiul. Nearly everybody wae
out moon-gazing,
FOR SALE—A good paying business
nn High street, cheap. Alio house and
lot, good well. Occupants leaving on
account oi ill health. Apply to T. O.
McKenelly, High street restaurant.
Several boys have been csugbt in the
actol thooting salmon in the MlllBtream,
Nanaimo, the result being that they bad
their guni confiscated, and were brought
belore tht magistrate.
Dr. T. Glendon Moody, Dentist, will
return to Ladysmitli Friday, Saturday
and Sunday of this week. Dr. Moody
will make regular visits to Ladvemitii.
Office at Nicholson's Hall, Victoria
office, Old Postollice building,
Tbey are picking strawberries in the
open air in Burnaby, near New West-
minster, _____
Tbe new Union Brewery building il
nearing a finish and preienti quite an
imposing ospsct.
Work on the foundation! of the Happy
Home Hotel, Fint Avenue, will itart
early next week.
A goodly number took advantage of
the holiday, Thunday, to go after the
duck and other gams,
TurkeyB were scarce on Thanksgiving
Day.   Most people here attended to
business as usual. .
Oarpenters on the Stephens block and
elsewhere are taking advantage ol the
fine weather to rush work. A 50 foot
wing il to be built on the south side ol
the Stephen! block, the whole of the
preient itruoture having been let already. 	
At Chemainui hospital Inst Wednesday a piece oi tht skull of the sailor,
Jackson, ot tht ship Macey, who fell
down the hold here Saturday afternoon,
wai removed, and he ie now making
satisfactory progren, For some time
before the operation the poor fellow was
very violent, and he had to be held
down by leveral men,
Wedding
Presents
We are just unpacking the
latest hi Oriental Goods.
Vases, Tea, Coffee
and Dinner Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Hanging Lamps
Silver Breakfast and Tea Sets
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmitli,       - B. C.
Tinsmith, "Plumber, Hardware and
Stoves, Etc. '
The new bridge [across tke ravine to
the pay office ii proving a great convenience to the public.
Eight roaet pilei are now burning at
the Tyee emelter "kitchen." Everything woiki to perfection.
Mrs. Roliton lingi ai a eolo at the
Presbyterian church tomorrow evening
"The Sinner and the Song."
It wai busy round the payofflce Thursday and yesterday when the "oofty-oof"
was dispensed to hundreds of employee!,
Examination for certificate! of competency (Coal Minei Regulation Act) opened in Nanaimo Wedneiday, and alio at
Fernie. ______
Great quantities ol ireight are now being handled at Ladysmith nation. Etch
week eeei a remarkable increait iu the
quantity,        ______
Local sportsmen are enjoying rare
sport on the wharves and alio in boats
catching salmon trout. Some fair catches are being made.
Methodist Harvest Thanksgiving tomorrow evening and Harveit Home Festival Sunday night, A good time ie
promised to all.
Improvements are being made to the
pavilion in readiness Ior the baiket-ball
team which ie expected to commence
practicing eoon.
Engine No, 7 bai returned from the
repair iho')! at Wellington and relumed
customary duties. No, 14 hai taken the
place ol No. 10 for a time.
Finlanden' Hall, Extension, il to bt
moved to Ladyemith loon. His ont ol
the most commodious balls in thil part
of Vancouver Island.
From the number of onqulriei being
made it seeme likely that there will be
quite a general adoption here ot the np*
tic tank lyitem of sewage disposal.
Local Chinese laundrymen bave formed a combine and will henceforth not do
waBliee by the month, but by the dozen,
Tbie is up against the consumer tgain,
Chemainus Hospital women'! auxiliary held their annual meeting on Oct,
12th. Donationi lor the year amonnted
to 1038.70, balance on hand after all pay.
menti, 1100,    ______
Quite a large contingent ol Ladysmith
music lovers will travel to Nanaimo on
Wednesday night to hear tht Italian
band. Tbe special train leaves Nanaimo
on the return journey at 11 o'clock.
Contain Macleod and hll ion Giorgt
brought home with them Irom Tacoma
on Monday a fine iteam launch. The
little vesiel waa mbjected to a number
oi trials on the harbor on Tuetday, aad
mnde good ipeed.	
WANTED—From 20 to 40 acrei ol good
land on tht waterfront aouth ol Ladysmith, oi on adjacent islands; partially
cleared and with dwelling preltrred.
Apply elating price per acre, termi, litu-
atlon, etc, to K.O.B., Leider office.
Thanksgiving night a itrangtr pro-
ceedingdown High itreet bumped hit
knee Into tht huge boulder that orni-
menti the middle ol tht itrett near Flnt
Avenue. Tbe subsequent remarki ware
only fit for publication ln tht Nanalmo
paperi. ______
O a Thunday evening, in Gonld'i Hall,
the flnt dance nnder the auspices of tbe
newly-lormed Comui Olub, took place,
and wai very mcceiilul. Prol. W. A,
Anbin provided tbe mnlic. Dinclng
waa kipt up until quite a late hour Friday morning.    	
TAX SALE TO-DAY.
THE WATERWORKS
Little Ladysmith Girl Dies From
Severe Burns,
Last Monday evening Julia Moscow,
tbe six-year-old daughter of Mr, and
MrB. Moscow wbo live on Fourth Avenue, had her gown set ou fire while
passing a burning stump where some
clearing wae going on, She was paint-nil*/burned before her stepfather, Mr.
Rignar, could extinguish the flumes.
Although everything was done for the
unfortunate little sufferer, the reaction
was too much for her and she expired in
agony on Tuesday evening, The funeral
took place on Thursday, the remains
being taken to St. Paul's church, Nanaimo, where the funeral service was
conducted. Mr. Albert Hilbert had
charge of the funeral arrangements.
Much sympathy has been expressed for
tbe sorrowing parents.
Lands In South Nanaimo Assess
ment District.
Mr. George Thomion, government
agent for South Nanalmo diitrict, will lell
by public tuctlon at 10 o'clock thit morn-
ing, at the Government office, Flnt Av
enue, all the landi in Sonth Naniimo
district upon whioh taxei have not been
paid, according to advertieemint published in the Ladyimith Leader lor
nearly two monthi. It il understood
tbat only a lew parcel! remain to be die
poied of ln thli manner, mott ol the de
llnqnent tix-paytre miking their peice
with tbe Government Agtnt in pltnty ol
time, _',
The Mighty Macs.
Toronto, Oot., Oct, 17-The MoGlll
athlete! today defeated thote of 'Vanity
for the fourth tlmt In tncctiiion. The
icore wai 01 lo 49. Stvtral recordi wttt
broken.
Hard Work Placing the Pipe on the
Lino.
If the difficulties under which the
staff of tbe Ladysmilh Watarworka Coin-
pany have to labour in their endeavour
to get the pipe from the town up to the
trench on the mountain side, were bet*
ter understood by those who aro indulging in sarcastic remarks and grumbling
about what they call tho Company's delay, tbere would be a sudden stoppage of
that sort of talk.
To begin with the blame for any delay tbat may have occurred lies not with
the Ladysmith Waterworks Company
but with the Pennsylvania strikers, owing to whose dispute with the iron masters the pipe could not be forwarded
according to contract. The Waterworks
Company have done and are doing all
that lies in their power to bring the undertaking to completion ae early aB poe
Bible.
They expect that this will be accomplished before tho cold weather arrives,
Part of tbe pipe ia being taken up the
lumber railway via Chemainus, and
thence down tbe mountain, each pipe
having to be carried by four men. The
rest ia going direct from hero by wagou,
and has to be carried up the mountain
hymen. 	
ARTISTIC PRINTING I -We know how
to do tbe best, and we do ihe best we
know:—Ladyeinit'i Leader.
A TRAGIC DEATH
PERSONALS
Mr. Weeton-Wrigley, of Victoria, spout
the.week end in Ladysmith rounding up
the local Socialists.
Mr. Josoph Hunter was in Ladysmith
Wednesday, going down to Victoria on
the afternoon train,
Mrs. Brown, Cumberland, visited
friends here Thanksgiving Day, going
home by Friday's train.
Mr. J. H, Good, of Nanaimo, visiltd
Lidyimilh on business Thursday.
Dr. Grice, ol Nanaimo, is going to
practice in Vancouver and has sold out
in Nanalmo.
Mr. J. E. T. Powers, oi Messrs. Stevenson At Co., Niinaimo, is seriously ill
with appendicitis.
Mr. Albert Hilbert, funeral director,
Nanalmo, wae here Thursday.
Mr. John Bryden, of thc Royal Coin-
million, hai juat concluded a tour of
inspection ol the local mines.
Mr, George Williams, manager ol the
Canadian Bank of Commerce, visited
the local branch Wedneiday,
Mr. O. Swanion, recently oi Nanaimo,
haa decided to reside In Ladyemith,
Mr. Tolly Boyce, Nanaimo, went to
Victoria yesterday morning,
Mr. W. W. B. Melnnos, M, L, A.,
travelled to the capital yesterday. He
returni tonight to Nanalmo.
Provincial Constable E, Hodgson, of
South Wellington, paid Ladyimith a
vilit yeiterday.
Mr. George Burtholmo, formerly ot
Lidyimlth, now ot Nanalmo, wai here
on business yeiterday, He retnmi
home tonight.
CIIIJIK'U  NEIIVICKa.
REALLY ROYAL
Eilery's Great Italian Band Coming
Next Week,
Tbe compositions ot the Cavalicre
Emilo Rivela, director of lilllory'a Royal
Italian Band of 55 uieees, which will brio Nanaimo on Wednesday, O.st. 22nd,
are attracting wides.rcad attention,
wherever the baud has played, and rival
in popularity those ot recent American
composers. Rivela's com positions are
quite familiar iu Italy, and iu fact gen*
orally throughout Europe, where lie is
recognized as a composer of ttonsiderable
merit for both the piano and hands.
Among the Cavaliere's recent compositions is a march dedicated to the swell
train on the Northern Pacific, the North
OoaBt Limited, after which the march is
named. The march te rapidly hecomiug
its popular among music lovers as ie this
beautiful train among lovers of luxury
in travel. His "Dlavolo Roaal," "Festival," and "Return From Turin" inarcheB
areall three making a splendid hid lor
popularity and are being well received
wherever played.
Tho "Return From Turin" was written by the Cavallere under,the inspiration of having won the King's trophy at
Turin in the national concourse of hands
two years ago, in competition with over
one hundred bands, each of which numbered over forty instrumentalists.
Besides the marches, Rivela hae corn-
posed several other light selections,
which are quite pretty and are winning
popular favour. All of his compositions
have that dash and swing which characterize tbe Italian music. Of course, Ri
vela's marches and compositions are
never played to tho exclusion of other
authors, but one or two ot them are al*
ways sure to be fouud on every programme.   	
TYEE SMELTER ENGINEER
Well-known Local Man Secures the
Appointment,
Mr. Hartley Gisborne, civil engineer,
and a member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers of Eugland, and for
eome time one of the engineers at the
Extension miuei of tho Wellington Colliery Company, has received the ap-
pointment of stationary engineer at tho
Tyee emelter, nnd will also havo charge
oi the electrical system which the Tyee
Company are about to install. Mr. Gisborne entered upon his new duties today.
By; his superiors in the Wellington
Colliery Company, and by bis fellow
engineers at Extension Mr, Gisbome's
exceplional abilities and line personal
qualities received cordial recognition,
and many expressions of regret have
been heard that he should have decided
Bever hia connection .with tlie Company,
The Tyee Copper Company bave been
fortunate in'sectiring lhe aeivices of a
gentleman who Ib rated by all wbo know
him as a first-class man in bis own profession.    	
The Clarion, Limited.
It was rumored, around LadyBttiitb
thie week that Nanaimo Weekly Clarion
has beon lormed into a joint stock company with shares at oue dollar eacb. It
io said that the paper hai been very successful since ill inception and tbat the
eupport It is continuing to receive warrant! the promoters in contemplating slil
more ambitious projects.
Church of England—October 10th, 21st
Sunday alter Trinity. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m., Matins and Litany ; 2130 p.m., Sunday School; 7:30 p.
in., Evensong, A, S, Seriven.
Fint Presbylerlan Chnrch—Morning
service at 11 a.m. Snbjact—"In the Beginning, God." Sunday School 2:110 p,
m. Evening service at 7:110 p.m. Sub-
jent—"Profit and Loss." Mrs. Rolston
will sing "The Sinner and the Song,"
Mr. G. Morton Walker wlll conduct both
tervlcei.
Methodist Church—Morning service
it 11 t.m. Sunday School at 2:110 p.m.
Evening Harvest Thanksgiving service
at 7-80 cm. Rtv. G. M. Sutherland,
Vancouver, preacher,
"..•St FOR.?
MAINLAND
in
BRITISH LION
CICKRS
—For Bale by JOHN BICKLE	
NOTICE.
In the County Court of Nanalmo
Holden at Nanaimo.
In the goods ol William Mitchell, late oi
Chemainus, B, C, Deceased Intestate.
TAKE NOTIOE that I have been appointed Administrator of the .tlfectt and
credits ol  William  Mitchell, deceased
intestate.   All persons having claims
against the estate are required to send
the particulars therool to me on or before the ir.Ui dav ol November, 1002,
duly verified, alter whloh dale I will dli-
tribute the eetate amongst those persons
only of whose claims I then shall have
received notice,   Any persona indebted
to deceased are required to pay the lame
forthwith.
Nanaimo, B, C, Oot. 14th, 1002,
J. A. MoALONEY,
Official Administrator,
Nanalmo, B, O.
TENDERS
Tender! are hereby invited np to 0
o'clock p. m., on Monday, October 20th,
for the janltorihip ol Woodmen'i Hall,
Ladysmith,   Apply to
F. D, PELKEY.
Not Responsible.
Notice li hereby given that the maeter
agontsor owneri of tho ship Kinrois,
now in thli port, wlll not be reiponsible
lor any debts contracted by the crew of
"ld ""GEORGE W, MURRAY,
Maeter, Ship Kinross
PIANO       VIOLIN
PROF. W. A. AUBIN
Is now prepared to give lessons on llie piano anil
violin.  All application, for tuition ean be led nl
VV. H.  Lively's Jewelry Store
FORSALE
LOT on corner oi Eipltnade and Buller
Street.
Apply on Premise!,
Sttlbaii Oigar Factory
Muitufacturers uf tht' Famous
CUBAN    -   BLOSSOM
None lint. Union Labor employed.
M\ J. BOOTH, -        Proprietor.
NANAIMO  TS. O.
UP TO DATE DYEINQ 1
That's onr kind.   A card will bring fud
Information nnd pricr-n.   Make a parcel
of any clothing to clean, dye or repair,
nnd i-ddrppf tn
CRESCENT DYE WORKS
B. D, HILL, Prop. NANAIMO
. Freight paid one way.
Maple Lodge, No. 6_, I. O. O. T.
Meeti every Wedneiday evening ln
Nicholion1! Hill. Viiitlng member!
are cordially invited.
M. MoKINLEY, Seo.
BANNER LODGE
Wo. ft,
Meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock,
Visitors cordially Invited.
HUGH BUI/TON, S«.
Wellington lodge No. 2 K. oi P.
Meet! every Friday in I. 0.0. F. hall at
7:80 p.m.
D. GOURLAY, O.O.
i. W. LEWIS, Sec.
ALBERT E. HILBERT,
l-'uneral Director.
Prompt attention given to all calls, night
or day. Lung Distance telephone No, 124
Bastion St., Nanaimo, B.C.
MURRAY    &    ORAIG,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Ship's Work a Specialty.
llorse-shoeinir ill llll its lirnuclies.   l'nrni Implements  repaired.    "	
linrpelled nnd tempered.
Buller Street,
Tools   cntefnlly
Ladyamiih
MINERS' FEATHER EDGED DRILLS
ALL SIZES. 6 It., *i.-i5; • ft., p.15. Lance
tooth saws, ,1 ft.; ,•*■*/. ft.; ,\ fl„ nml 5 ft. Also ammunition nntl nil sizes uf Ileal Bros' Miners,
Drivers' Lamps mid Caps lo be hiul nt
D. TAYLOR & GO'S,
Opp. I-:. & N. Station, Nanalmo, 11. C.
FISH  FISH
The Ladysmitli Market is ready to
supply the public with fresh fish.
Salmon, Codfish, Herring, Halibut
always on hand.
Corner Roberts and First Avenue
DR. T. GLENDON MOODY
DENTIST
.   . .lil'idi-ljilii'i   Dell....
Hos-iitnl of Oral Surgery,
OM Poat Ofllce Building,
Qovcrnment St., illp.stalrs)
Phono _8QA,Ofltco, VJ.A.J, Df
"    37&A, Residence.     VlCWfia, D-.-U
Dr. Moody visits Lndysuiitli every I'rlilny, Saturday mul Sunday,   Office, Nicholson's Hnll.
NANAIMO MARBLE WORKS.
Mnrbtenuil (Iran lie Monuments,
Tablets, Crosses, Hk*. l-.Mimaleri
.and Design * given on A-ijillcatimi
A. HENDERSON,     Proprietor.
1'or   First Clans work
goto
Ladysmith
Shaving Parlors
High  Street,
Hair culling and Heard
trimming 11 Specialty,
I. 0. WINSTON.
THE KEITH HOUSE
VICTORIA CRESCENT, NANAIMO
Visitor! from Ladyimith aud diitrict
will find in this well-appointed home all
the home comtorte, Lunches for lady
ehiippera a specialty. Terms atrictly
moderate. Servlci and cniiine first
class.
MISS B. KEITH, Prop, and Mgr.
FORSALE.
Ono second-hand horizontal boiler,
with stack, Injector nnd linings complete, all In good order. Siia ot boiler 2
It. 11 dia. by 11 ft, 8 In. long; dome 2 ft.
dia. by 21 In. high, wiih III lulus, 2.'...
in, dia. Iteason Ior aelling, using gae
instead ol iteam, Price 1200 II taken at
once.   Apply to
STANLEY ORAM,
Nanaimo Steam Carriage Worki,
P.O. Box 138, Nanalmo, B.O.
Ladysmith Orange Lodg«,,No. 1168
meed In Nicholson'! Hall, Fint Avenue,.-
every alternate Saturday in each month,
commencing firet Saturday in October.
WM. ROLSTON. W. M.
E.A. IIUGGARD; Seo.
Visiting Brethren are Invited to attend.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Ind Soo Pacific
Tranicontinental Passenger Train rant
dally, equipped with Standard and
Tourlet Sleeping Oar..
Day Coiehu and Colonist Cart
Lowest Rates
—AUD—
Fastest Time
To and Irom Winnipeg, Toronto, Halifax:, Montreal, Bolton, Ntw York,
Chicago and St. Panl, and all Eastern and Old Country point..
For pamphlet! and all information apply
to any C.P.R. agent.
H. H. ABBOTT,      W. MoQIBR,
Agent, Victoria,     Agtnt, Niniimo.
E. J. COYLE,
Ami, Oeni. Pan. Agent, Vanconver.
Gerhardf
Heintzman
Is the name that stands for
the Beet Piano manufactured to-day. Beautiful to look
at; exquisite in tone. Perfection in Pianos. Don't
buy tilt you see and hear it.
FLETCHER
Nanalmo. B. 0.
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Tbe Mly Posl-mtlpf
Siatllo, Wash.
. . Nobody can afford to be wllho.it It. All the
telegraphic news of Ihe week. Para, field, garden sport, society. Beautifol Illustrations and
half tones.   Sample copy on application.
Ml For Ono Dollar a Yoar.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Inventor of the new lyilem of car
bide tor acetylene lighting the
20th century light. Far chuper
thin old lyitem, mmiacitnt re*
Bulls; no waste olga.; 100 per cent,
pure white mil light at tilling coit.
Plumbing and metal working in all
111 branches. Gun repairs. Oor-
reipondence solicited.
BASTION st1..
NANAIMO
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TYEE COPPER  CO.
Smelting Works
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