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The people that save
money trade with
BICKLE
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Ladysmith
AND   WELL1NOTON-EXTBNSI0N   NEWS.
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I For Boots and Shoes £
! Bickle's is the store !
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VOL. I. NO. 77.
SATURDAY. JUNE 7,1902.
PHlOJh MVE CENTS.
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We Keeep Fresh and Complete Supplies of
fAMILY  GROCERIES
on hand all the time aud sell at lowest prices.
no time for goods to get stale or old on our
shelves—they go out so fast.      .      .
A good assortment of Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Millinery and Dry Goods iu all the
Latest Styles.        .       .      .
Leiser & Hamburger
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
Baplanadeand Oatacre Street,
*xsnr.*p.*itiW
Lady smltb
--*J*TO-«*J-<*»S
When Visiting Nanaimo Try
Hi    ©-   W>
Sausage
)>Tl'I'^»»'t'»»»a'»'I'^«^^<'^'><'»'t'>'t'■!''!'
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FOR SALE
—Lota I and a Block 48—
Bine residential lots, Splendid view
—Lota S to la Block a»,—
Fint Avenue,
. These lots should enhance in value
rapidly.   Apply
THOMAS KITCHIN
N1NAIM0.
Ladysmith Dairy
SPRING BROOK FARM.
New Milk, Creamery Butter, New Uid
Eggs and Fieah Vegetable! lupplled
Dally.  Lesve orden st ths poit office.
G.W.SCOTT
Baker find Confectioner.
Plain and fsnr.y bread.   Cskei snd pit-
trie, ol sll  inscriptions.    Fiuils   in
aat«8g!i«a«^-.v,v.v»v.v.v.v.v«v.*.,.v.,.,.,.v.-.-.'....
sGRAND HOTEL
, Wm. Beveridge, Prop,
Thil new hotel hai been comfortably ftiinlil ed ml Ilic Ur li np to dole.
Best accommodation Ior traneiuut and permanent boarders snd lodgers.
Rates, $i per Day and Upwards.
Tha Esplanade, Ladysmith, B. C
»'.v.*i';%r.f;wi*;!i
tvoy    Theatres
Canada's Greatest Music Halls,
VICTORIA -   AND   -   VANCOUVER
The Master Amusement Alliance of the North-West
Pioneer Bottling Works, Nanaimo.
Manufnuturen
Soda Water, dinger Baer, Cider, Fruit Syrups, Essences, Bitters,
and Carbonated Beverages of all kinds.
W. B. RUlftniNO.        -        Proprietor,  ?;&*••.
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Wa are Agent* far
SPALDING BASEBALL GOODS
■  Large ftock ot English Pishing Tackle. Lacrosse floods, Etc.   •
John Barnsley Si Co..
Victoria, B. C.
■i Kodak., Film., Etc.
Agents for
,;  J. J. Tayler
Fire Proof Satca.
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MILLS  BROS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealen in Meati.
Poultry and Vegetable!. Gams In
ason. Shipping orden attended to o
oil nolle.
alessup's Pharmacy
HIGH  STREET.
Pntwriptlom osnlolly diipsmed. Open
diy aad night.
The Crescent Hotel
Wm. Hopple, proprntor.
Pint-clan iccommodatlomlor mlaara
ami transient!.  None bat
The Boat Wlnea and Lle-eerl
mved it th. bir. . Give ni a cal|.
Cor. Victoria Rd A Oommarelal Bl.
NANAIMO.
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Specials ior June, Commencing Sat., 7th.
,,   ■'«'■■■•* ".JiiiniauT.   '"W-T I--■-,  ,■   '. ■ ".iSi.-r '■>"-   .
joo Yardi White Satin Stripe Muslin, io yards to each
. Customer / .....2 i-acyd
io Dozen Children's Black and Tan Summer Gloves
and Mits, Regular 15c, Saturday.  5c pair
500 Yards Double Fold Silesia Ljning  in gray, brown
and black, Saturday 5cyard
10 Dozen, only, Men's Union Working Socks, Regular
15c pair, June pi ice 3prs35c
ij Dozen Bays' Straw Hats, Regular as to 50c, Saturday   15c
Ladies' Night Gowns, two that should awake a lot of
curiosity, Regular 85c, Saturday   joe ea
Regular Ji 50, Satuiday J1.00 ea
300 Yards Genuine English Oxford Gingham, Regular
loand 12 1-2C, June price .'...     joyd
joo Yards White Goods, consisting of Piques, Fancy
Lace Stripes, Brilliantines,  etc, Regular 15c
and200, Saturday.....   tocyd
4 Pieces of Elegant Black Silk and Wool Grenadines,
in Stripes and Checks, double fold, Regular 90c,
Saturday .,.......;   jocyd
A Fine Lotof English Cambric Blouses—good washing,
all sizes, Regular 65c, Saturday...'.       40c ea
Ladies Tailor-made Costumes, sizes 32 to 40, Regular
$15.00 and $18.00, Saturday $8.50
A 616 SLAUGHTER IN MILLINEBY.
Children's Trimmed Hats, at 85c, Regular $1.50
Ladies'.Trimmed Hats, at $4 50,  Regular $8 and $10.00
We are going to move out some of-pur Carpets and Oil Cloths
' if price will do it, 45c tapestrys for 30c.   Remnants of
Oil Cloths about half price.
We carry Packard's American Packard Shoes,    A guaranteed
shoe at $3.50.
Women's American Duchess Shoes at $3.50 are At Fitting and .
Good Wearers.
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Many lines of Dress Goods, Muslins, Blouses', Millinery,
Carpets, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, will be placed
on Sale Saturday which won't take long to clear out at prices
we've marked them    Let us show you someGenuiue Bargains.
t. L. vy.,
NANAIMO, B. C.
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PORT OF LADYSMITH.
Movements of Vessels to and From
This Port.
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Kinross and Antiope Due-News
From Islander Wreck.
Str. Victoria Arrived Tueiidny night
from Sa i Fraocieco and loaded coal cargo
for Datcli Harbor.
Ship Santa Clara is receiving tweedy
dispatch witb ber coal cargo.
Birque J, D. Ptte^e goea under tie
chuteanext.
It la reported that portions of (lie fittings of tbe steamer l-hunler hnve b?cn
recovered by fiahetman on DoujIiib
Island.
Str. Meteor ia due to-morrow (Stindoy)
from tbe Bjntti to load 1,000 .....a ol
licked coal lor Alaskan porta,
Amn. atr. Melville I)-liar arrived
FilJay for coal fur X>i thorn, [OintB.
Ships KinroES anil Antiope are due
from tbe Hairaiian ialanda tu load Wellington coal for tbe earns destination.
Str. Venture, tlie new eat'.lo boat recently built In Victoria to the order of
Manager Shaw of tbe B. 0, Cattle company, to carry cattle from B. 0. porta lo
AUtka, arrived in LidyEiuith harbor
Thursday morning to coal. She will call
here regularly for fuel. She is a await
little veesel, with excellent accouimoda-
tion far her cargo.
Highly mi el ae to ry rcporta ciinie ire in
Sin Francleco aud other Californian
porta regarding the splendid quality of
eoal being dispatched from Ladyeni'tb,
Bitter coal wbb never exported trora B.
C. than tbat which ia fcoing out now
from Ladyimith.
Str. Tellus hsB been alightly delayed
tbll trip and Ib expected to arrive from
Sin Francisco to-night or early tomorrow morning. She wilt have quick
dispatch, probably sailing South again
Monday.
Ship Sanla Clara will probably be
ready for na early the coming wei-k.
THE WORLD'S NEWS.
Le:iis Pauquette Hanged June 3rd
THERE YOU AREI
Hutliing can heal .a "Province Cigar."
Tba liuj.it and bnt smoke ever made.
Try one arid be senvlnoed. Maaufic-
taredby '
PROM CIGAR CO,,
Y.t.lStilli VICTORIA. B.C.
t   H. SIMPSON,
Barrister, tMlcltw,
Allots..,. Notary rut-He, Sic.
atsa.rt.LM..
a.c.
jjastluy oiaaoanti
H.ab«.C.a.SMM; of Civil Knala..r>
Maanarr lasWatta or snarlcsl Bnrki.tr,
Blactrlcal Engineer
due, Solklt.d
W-'°—"-* L*D»0.tS¥-*?'..C.
WARNING!
ARC YOU INSURED? "not
gal minted at onto lor it m.y b.
too 1st. tomorrow, I rrprenat nveral
OLD and RELUBLB Comp.olN.nd
can lo.ure yon at. momint'i notice at
the lownt pottlble ratei. All leading
oompenlei charge Ih. nme ratei. Don't
bemitled Into imurlna with a cheap
eompsny—It might bs desr in ths end
"WE HOLD THEE SAFE."
Wm.   K.   Leighton,
f. 0. Dnwsr 39, N.nslmo. B, 0.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Tbii old-Eitibllted, Flnt-Ohii aad
Popular Hot.l li moit comfortably Iur-
nlihed, e.nlr»lly iltaalea. Bui m-eli
trains. Eatellaat Oalrtaa. Bar Hocked
«lth Iha flanl wine* llqoori and clgsis.
NANAIMO, B. 0
JOS. KOt,
Proprietor.
!)000OOOO-NJ*JJ*iX>{
LOOK OUT!
The Particular Grocers of Nauaiiii'o will
have some interesting readitig in this
space for you next issue	
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO LADYSMITH
IW, T. Heddle & Co.
! POO0c*fOOO->O0O>t^
THE TYEE SMELTER.
Splandid Progress Balnt Midi With
thi WorK.
Under Ihe personal supervision ol air.
Thomu Kiddie, manager ol Ihe Ladyimith .me Iter ol lb. Tyee Copper company, rapid work is being dons la com-
platiagtb.ole.ilna ol tba slteelor thi
imsltsr buildlogi, aad also lor Ihs roast-
en and bins. Wondarlul bai beta th.
chang. wrought in tha Isndscspe by ths
strong lores ol workmen dating Ih. pall
law wnki.
Tb. grading ol the lite north oi Ih.
loundry i. bting cinlad on vlgorouily
with i.veral teams, aad will toon be
ready ior tbe touodeliooi ol the build-
ingi, which wlll b. ol impoaing dlmen-
liana and spp.ir.ace. The imoki
•tack la lo be ol wrought iteel, iu ibree
lions, sad wlll nsch a height (I
nin.ty I.e.. Tb. work ol rallies it into
position will t-s no May one. Tb. height
■untuned will Insure the ttfa.lv.
carrying til ol all imoke aad v.poii
lion tb. lurnnCH. .
The woik ol cloning Iha alia lor ibe
router, was by no mians light, a. .cuius
ol itumi-i ot lb. tooibHt cbatacler hid
lo be blown ont. Tba tret, around
Ladyimith ouialaly lay hold ol old
mother earth with a meat aSeetionite
grip, to looNn which high asploalvH in
abiclotely tnemaiy.
It will aet ba long before tha people
ol Ladysmith have the eatbtactlon ol
mix Iha extsailve bulMlaga ol iht
town's largssl lndnitry rlt|og on tbt
company', properly.
Pip., npelred. All kinds ot native
ipKlm.ni mounted aad made to order
at Lively's, the leading Jeweler.
Barque J. 1). Peters, Captain Snow, is
taking on itiiTening before going un.l- r
thi chuter.
FERMI!   1111,11 I    ..Ml.
Tbo following contrilntlon tins bien
made to Tbe Leader's ii.'. for Ibe rsllel
of tbe lufferere by the Ferule ilhiuleif
Rev, Father Verbeke, Lidyiiiilt|...$'J ui
A Word to the Wise
BUY YOUR
FURNITURE
From a Cash Store and don't
pay for any one else's debts.
We sell only for Cash, All
goods delivered
Frat ii Ladysmith
J. H. GOOD ft CO
The Cash Furniture Dealers,
NANAIMO, B. C.
Venezuelan Government Wiil Again
Bombard Carupans,
I.mis Pauquette was Langid at Kam-
lo'.|is June I) d for tlie murder of Alfred
I.sgere.
A telrgrmi receivtd Irom Trinidad
stiiies that tlie Venezuelan government
h.iu notified the foreign consuls tbat it
inlciiits again bombariling Cainpani.
Tlie teneral council of Hie Scottish Aa-
sociatlonsand Suciefiest of Loudon has
pa'sed a resolulion recording its prolest
aira/nat the proposed ihauge in respect
to tl.e dress of the Highland regiment!,
particularly the suggestion to discou-
tlnuo Ihe'clan tsrtan bills.
.1 j-.eph Rogers, sentenced in connec-
tiun mini the Duiuhell bank fraudi, hai
ho'-n teli-ased from the -Maui priaon.
The Uncen ol Spain has sent 10,000
francB lo aid the victims of the Martini-
que dtasster.
A telegram from Fort de France ititei
that the hmliee of lifr. Prentii, tbe
American conEiil-generai, aud of Mr.
Japp, Ihe British ooniul, at St. Piorre,
have been identifietl.
The siihscriplion to the Parii fund,
ivhioli is being raised at the Ministry
Iur the colonies on behalf of the victims
of tlio Martinique disaster, amounts to
007,400 Irnncs.
In another twelve montbi ihe work oi
lighting S'. Paul's Cathedral by electricity will probably he completed, tbe
work baring so far occupied three yean.
J. I'i.tj'ih t M.ngan hue promised lo
augment I.ia gilt ol till,000 by defraying
Ibe cost of the installation. Sixteen
miles oi cable, containing over two .nd
half tone of copper, have been used.
Australia has more members of pariia-
uient per head of population than any
other civilised community on earth. El-
cluiling New Zialand, Auttralia poi-
Basses no (ewer than fourteen house! of
parliament, counting 751 mem ben. lor
a population ol lefa than i 000,000.
A IVonTJuu medical jiurnal nya that
Anieiiciiu apples are cored, sliced and
dried, sent to France, and there con-
veiled into cider. With tbe addition of
carlioL ic acid gao anil yeast sod a little
flavoring powder, Iho cider becomea
champagne, and much ol It goes lo
Knglaml and la drunk under the delusion that It is of thj host brand.
More than lour mouths sgo tbe French
steamer Vulcan went nchnro at Dunge-
nets,. Afler un expenditure oi over
$7,000 she haa been rtfliavid.    '
The Danish lino stciiiner Oscar II,
irom Now York, May 14, srrived .1
Citlsliania, Norway, yesterday, having.
on hoard one thousand American touriltl
The .Swiss customs authorities have
just imposed a tat on imported funeral
wreaths.
Paderowetki has made a net profit
cf tl-o,000 cut of his tbreo months' tour
in America.
It is estimated that during 11)02 thirty
llionsanil Norwegians will leave Norway
(or America.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinrles Bellew and their
live-ycar-olil son were passengers on the
American liner lll.ynliind. They weie
traveling frmn Philadelphia lo Dublin
ta lake possession ol an Inheritance.
The husband died ol syncope at sea, ind
four days later Mrs. Bellew died ol
heart failure. Tho boy was put in charge
ol tho captain ami arrived at Queena.
town last night, an orphan In . alraeg.
country.
Too steamer Acadia, of tbo Hamburg-
American line, has arrived st Halifax
with 1,822 immigrants from Hamburg.'
There Here tluee birttia and one death
.luring the voyage.
Kullling, lace-makir.g and basket-
weaving nre now being tsngbt luccen-
fully to the girls in the Boer refugee
camps.
Beciiiso the American ll.g wn removed from that'ttsketof Patrick O'fiara,
ead comrade, before it ill allowed
to enter Ss. Jerome's Roman Catholic
church lu New Yoilt. member! of a G.
A. Ii. Port wheeled about and refused to
enter the edifice as an escort to tho
body.
After telephoning lo St, Cithirlne's
hospital, summoning on ambulance to
hii home,'and alio to in undertaker,
Thomas II. GlifOths, a cigar maker in
New Yoik, shot and klllid himself it
.is inline. The niibulince was thsre in
five minute, lint Griffith! wsi disd.
The coal companiei at Pottsvll'e. Pi.,
re gallieilng special policemen to protect their propirty in the event ol a
conflict.
A young woman was arrested at Tran-
koo Selo, tbe summer residence ol Ihe
Czar, a few dayB ago, carrying sn ln>
fernsl machine. LADYSMITH   LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION  NEWS, JUNE 1.  1808.
Ladysmith Leader
Wellington-Extension News.
PablUhcd every Weilucmlay ntnl Saturday at
■he Leader Bulldlug, comer of First Ave. mid
VMncli Street, I.iulysinilli, llritish Columbia,
T. I,. CKAHAMK, liDiroH and I'RoriimroH.
SUBSCRIPTION RATRS.
■ev Hiii. lit Canada and Ukitbd Status,
One year (stiictlyinndvniice)  $*"»
is mouth, (strictly In advance)^    * -5
ADVERTISING  RATBS.
* CRANSIBNT—First insertion ioc. a line; eacli
■Asequent insertion 5c. a line.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Rates on application.    No wood cuts used.
Cuts for regular use nliould be all metal.
Marriage, Birth, Dentil aud Funeral notices,
each Insertion 50c.
Advertisements not  Inserted for a specified
time will be charged for until ordered to be
twttnued.
THB LEADER will be found at the following
places:
J,a lyaiuith-The Leader Office; The Ladysmitli
Pharmacy.;
Naiiairuo—E. Pin-bury & Co.
Victoria—Public Library; Provincial Library; and
Hotels.
Vtiitcouver-Public Library, ami Holels,
Kfttr Westminster—Public Library.
All changes in advertise incuts must be receive
at I his office before 12 noon the day befitf
las ie.
St*, isciiben uot receiving paper regularly pleane
lerortto this office.
AC |ob work'alrlclly cash 011 delivery.
'#r insieut advertisement! cash lu advance.
SATURDAY   J UNI! 7, IQM.
PRE ITI IKK   IN  LONDON.
As the HEllon approached ill end tbe
lenieleis clamors of the opposition Banh
to tulky growling; and one by ono tbe
lets difgruntled, tbe dialllueioned,
separated themaelvM from the main
baly and went over to tbe en pp.rUf the
government, leaving BUcb aa Mr. l\U\-
Bride and Mr. Smith Curlla wilb only a
handful of followers of tbeir own peculiar kidney. Disappointed achemcri* after
office, whose attempt to excite popu
lar sentiment in their favor only 1 -faulted
in exciting popular derision.
We underataud tbat Hon. Jamri
Dunimuir will attend tbe coronation of
His Majesty, as arranged, and we be
Heve that every well-intentioned person
in this province will admit the juetico
of the contention we are about to make.
We submit tbat no more suitable man
could be selected by tbo people of Brit*
ieh Columbia to represent them in that
magnificent assembly of the whole em
pire'a might and wisdom, wealth and
beauty, than the honorable gentleman
who has filled tho higbeat office in the
government of thia province eo well.
Hon. Mr. Dunsmuir ia not qiiito a
native eon, but very near it. He wae
born at Fort Vancouver, Waahinf-
ton territory, and his godfather was tbe
late General Ulyeaes S. Grant, coin
mander-ln*chief ol tbe United Stales
army, then a young lieutenant of the
United States infantry, lint from
earliest infancy the eventful llfo of the
premier wae spent in British Columbia;
be knows It as few of our public mvn
do; he Is the representative of thu
greatest induitry ln the province, if not
on the Pacific coast; hie pergonal record
Is unsullied by any deed of which any
honorable, upright man need lie
ashamed.
That our premier will make na deep
and favorable an impicEsicn on the
English people as any other of tlm distinguished representatives wbo will
meet in London Irom all euda of our
mighty empire, we do not for n moment
doubt. Hie worda will he listened to
with deepest interest, and those words
will go far to restore the confidence cf
English capitalists in this province,
We predict lhat Hon, Mr. Dtiiismulr
will not return borne* i I Imnt profoundly
impressing tho jnp'K nl Ktijiljml tbat
British Columbia haa bceu pile?o.itdy
wronged and inhreprcienlfd by the
conductor our IiuUhah opposition, and
that a province whie.!. can send out
representative* like our premier ia
worthy of the fullest, confidence.
We join all right-thinking people In
British Colombia iu wishing tlio premier a life and pleasant trip to London, and a fall share of the pleasure
and honors which aro these to be en-
Joyed; and then a safe return to the
province, which will assuredly give blm
a rousing welcome home. |
An enemy of (bia province (uggeate
that "one Richard iMcBride" Bhould be
sunt to the coronation to represent British Columbia. This would be lunacy in
excelsle; it ia just exactly tbat kind of
representation we don't want to have
over there, Tbey think we are bad
enough already.   Dick would finish us.
Strange, passing strange, lhat not one
ol tlie manly band ol I'rebrian Guards
wbo fought around tbeir king, Ralph
Smith, M.T., tiB faithful employees of
the New Vancouver Coal company and
Ralph Smith's cemmitteemen and vas-
aats, and were popularly supposed to be
invincible act! to have, by favor of that
great, noble and Jistinguisbed patriot,
wbo I:a- gone .0 'tend coronation, a
hauimerloek bold on their jobs—lhat
not one of them re dm 111 a iu the mines.
Ie Ralph, too, losing bia grip?
British soldiers admit themselves that
tbey cover locked band-grips with foe-
men mora worthy of Iheir eteet than tho
Boere; and the British soldier admires
a tough, tenacious foe. It now remains
to leach Slim Piet what British law and
liberty mean, nud to mako bim a good
subject id King Edward.
We wniidtr il Rudyard Kipling baa
enough ol the divino i ItlU'is It-It in bim
to ci iiij.'.M' another Ueee861 oni.l for tbe
"Oaptainp end tlie Kinga Departing"
from tlio magnificent function which ia
to take place at the end of the month,
By (he way, where ia Kipling? We vote
for him getting this job 0' work, because
Kipling at bis worst (and that Is very
time, and it is quite probable, as far pb
can be judged ai present, that Ladyemith will have Its water supply fresh
from the mountain top and as pure ae
water can up, early in tbe fall.
The principal consumers in town will
be tbe Tyee emoUar and the Meiers.
Bumming Brothers' aerated water factory.
Our reputation hb Biilinb Columbia's
premier tailor waa not wonou mUflla,
or shoddy, or hold-up prices; but ou fit,
workmanship, quality, anil reaennah'e
fees.   Caldwell. Nnimfmii,
Y, M. I. INSTALl'TIM.
New Officers of the Ladysmith
CEMETERY SITE CHANGED.
Original Location Needed for Expansion of City,   .
It II understood that nn intimation
hat been received from tbe li. A N.
Railway company to the effect tbat tbe
original site oi tlio cemetery, selected by
the trusters, anl eiiivejett recently by
Mr. Dennia Harris, C IC, ou tlie eotith
western limits oi Ladysmitl., cannot be
gristed for tbls purpose, and tbat the
trustees have boon' ii.vit.il to inspect
another ami iven letter .ite, Lrtlier
west Irom tlie town; iliat Is, tjii tie level
ground out fri'in the end of Ilicli street
about half a mile.
It la believed Unit I.aihsmith will
tapidiy ixteu'l in the tlir.ctinn of (lit.
Hrst-r.nni.il Bite, owing lo tlie favorable
conditio! a lor tiiililiic, iliuiuiuti and
the exculie.it view.
The proposed ntw site is certainly one
ol the prettiest spots eround l.sdj smith
which ib famed far ami wide lor ita scenic
beautiea. The Leader is led to understand tbat itepi will ba taken at once to
transact the necessary bnsineii iu regard
to turveyiog the new cemetery.
".Glvo me a match Neighbor."  Find him,      :
Answer to list puzzle—With the upper right hand corner na luse the ninllier
wlll be found a little to the right of the lower corner formed by the foliage of tbe
trees.
bad), is better than Austin at hia best
(aud that ia awful).
"Tru:!i eruihed  to cailh sill ria.
»i:ain,"  but not anywhere  near the
Herald office,  Nanalmo.    The South
Wellington correijuiidtut of that paper
asid in Thursday's ies'.ie:
"TiiiTii was no work st  Ksteusion
slerdsy because there weic no boats
In tho harbor."
Ho means i.adyemilli harbor, not Kx-
tension harbor, aa tbe innocent stranger
might think, Hut the correspondent
wai wrong, On Unit yesterday there
was Bhlpplng in Lvlyeinitli harbor
nmountl ng iu tbo aggregate to lometbing
lie eight thousand torn, Tbo ship
Santa Clara, Hie torque J. I). Peten
id the ocoan Gleamor Victoria, all wait'
lo fill up with the finest coal on the
.tlieiirr.11 continent. The Herald ihould
pililisli tho truth onco In a while ai a
nolelly.    ^____^__
FROM THE NORTH
Eagle City to Valdez-A
Prospector.
Kardy
Ladysmith waterworks.
Prtfbability of an Early Start on
Pipe-Laying.
Uisii'ioiled lhat will. Ihe ccrople-
linn ol Ihe branch railway line, running
(mm Ibe main line nMbii Vhrloiki Liiiu-
her company ut Clicinftli.il'. In tie lumber wi oia in the range behind Lady-
i'.li, ihs pipe ior Iho Ladyimith waterworks wlll bo taken iu tbit way, thua
obviating the laborious carrying ol the
ulpe up the mountain .i.Ie. one at a
time,
The railway li now finished .liar si
the lake, aud Ihe pipe, It li undertiood,
Is lobe earned that distance snd then
taken down the hill snd laid from thst
point lo Lsdyimith, The woik, under
thoie condition!, will not like up mncb
A mongit the pissengere on the steamer
Bertha, which called hero thla week on
her way Irom Vald.z, Weitehi Alaska,
toSeattie, wiin rrank Wells, i. prospec>
tor unit miner who is very well known
on the null, Mr. Wells arrived In Val-
der. direct from Ksglo City and Forty
Mile juat in time lo catch tho Herthi
eolith, nnd ho was Iresh ell' it GfiO mile
walk over the route cf the proposed all-
Canadian railway from Vahlez to Bugle
City ou the Yukon.
Well, link tl.is routeaa-an (xnoilment
to iee whether it iii.-i more direct than
going In by Skagwsy or 8'. Michael',.
lie told The Leader that this mule wai
quite impracticable. There is nothing
to justify even Iho externum of the military road, built for 100 allies out of
V.lilen by Hie U. 8. t'oops under Major
Abircrcmbie, Tlio coast ran^ebehind
Valdtz is impassable.
Tlie only chance fur'Hie opening ol
thla rou'w bv rail-vsy i| a favorable result to flu. ili:ve|.i|,iiiiiit n| 11,n ||;Vo-.
mryor 8, ii'llc.le's mliii'lol claims,' This
will hike it', h'nst Inn years. Thii Vsldi
people nud iraniporlnliott, lonpanbi
believe tl.la Is Iho pio'.er inliit I mu ihe
coast lo. the Yukon, and it would be
ranch more direct than by .Skagsay or
St. Mlcbat'1'i but for Hie dlfli.iulllee of
the C.Hist range. It is iwampy. thus
makiiic bad travelling,
Mr. Wilis li going into Iho Yukon
again niter viiiling Seattle, Uo aayi Ihe
proipecia sre splendid and thst the
mineral wealth ol interior Alaiks la
known.nly to s few, but will before
long astonish the world hy the revels-
tion ol its immensity.
Ou Sunday the following i,dicers aeie
ioitalled by Council Deputy 1'. Italia., I
inttalllni officer, at tie meeting In Id 'n
Lad)smith Institute hsll:
IVeii.leut, John McLeod; 1st vice-
president, John O'Connell; 2nd vie.-
president, John Conliu; marsha', Thoi,
Leahey; recording secretary, Win. McLaughlin; financial secretary, Tnoi. A,
O'Connell; tieniurer, Din, Campbell;
lnaiile sen'ii. I, Arch. Mr.K in,on; conn-
clldei'llly  I. lick Miilune.
Kiccutivc committee—Robt, While,
Arcb. MeKinnon and Thoi. (.'Council.
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! A COMFORTABLE HOME
IS TUB DBIIRB OF OS, ALL
Furniture, Carpets, Unoleuai*,
Wallpap.r, Curtains,
Crockery, Qlssswsre, Btc„ Bt«.
****** ",
There is Comfort In Our Qaoda
liv.-rythin. In furnish e hone la
modeit or el.hurate itwle. Write
fur onr Urge catalogue (lie.) Iliui-
t.ated .nd priced (a store In IU.II).
CHURCH  SERVICHS.
WEILER NOS.,
VICTORIA
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The member! of the Woodmen of Ihs
World and Ihe Ancient Order ol Forest-
era will attend the Flnt Piesbyleriih
church on Sunday nut, S'.h ins'., a. 11
a. m. Oiher societies are ixpected to
be present. Mr. Qavlu Morton will conduct the service, Subjsci: "What
Christ'.miming lias meant to liiininnlty.'1
ChIIii In Church—Soivices every San-
day e> follows i MasB at 10 a, ui. Bene,
diction al G p. m.
Church of England—Juno 8 ti 2nd
Sunday nfler Trinity: It a. ih limine
and litany; 2:,'I0|'. m., Sunday school;
7 lit) p. in., evensong!
A.   Seriven,
Missionary-iii'diaige"
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COMPANY, LTD.
Manufacturer! of ill kinds or
and Dressed lumber
I Mouldings, Laths, Shingles, Etc.
., A litrj-t' stock of thoroughly neasoncil
lumber-island mil clu-s constantly on
hnml. All oulcrri -strictly ottcnilc.l to,
■Jiiotithoiifj cltc-Tfullv given.
John W. Coburn,
MANAGER.
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A. C. Wilson,
Florjst,
Funeral Wreathe, etc, Wedding Bon
queti in every it. le. Orders promptly
attended to. -NANAIMO, B. C
"ttTTtt'Wtt'a't*M"M'ij•Jt-Ji"|**jp*J,*f*Jf •
For a nice cool refreshing drink
try
Union Browing Cos
Lagers and Stout
CO.::
Nanalmo, B. C.
i+H-HM-1+HHH+l'l+H't'Hr
Citizens of Ladysmith
All Citizeiis or.Ladyswith,
B. C, are respectfully invited
to become- merhbe'rs of the
Ladysmitli'' Board of Trade,
Objects r The advancement
and improvement of Ladysmith.
P. H. MARSHALL,
President,
JAMES FREEL,
Secretary,
H. A. DILLON
Notary Public,
Convoyanesr, Eto.
Commissioner Supreme Court of
(i.C, Estate and Insurance Agent.
— Offices i-'
The Iliphnads,   -   Ladysmitli, B. C.
N..r Qrand an. Frank Hotel..
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Coal!   -   Coal 1
j Wellington Colliery
Company, Ltd.
Wellington Coal   Best household coal on the Pacific
Coast
Comox Coal—Beit 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.
Hekd Office Victoria, B.. C
Ban  Frmiclssco Agenoy, 4
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I R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y '
340 Steuart St.
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Of the fact that the Leader Job Room is
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Having the lateat type faces sud borders,
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Ladysmith,
B. C.
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FLETCHER BROS,,
Nanaimo. B. C.
Sheet  Music
Cbeipeit ah j Bsst—5*. snd 10c. a copy,
All lateit songs and pieces.
Musical Instruments of All Kinds,
Violin Strings, Etc., Elo.
Matlren.1, Lounges,
Beds, Awnlngi,
Tenti, Store  Ullndi.
I'lCTURI    •     I'lL-WKU
1 ipeculiy.
J HEPAIRIXS
' ' Of .11 descilpllnni
I'wru'frl In Flnt-
CI...S g yla   ,   .   .
JOHN HAY,
Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer,
Skinner St.     NANAIMO, B. t.   1
Opposite City Hall.   P. O. Bos *jo. §
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.1
Soattlo Daily Tlmos
Thi liveliest piper in ths Northwest.
Weekly edition a complete record ol
th. world'i n.wi to dale. SpMI,
politic", society, women's, tnltrt.t,,
young lolk'i d.bavtmint, lltenhrr,
iclince, art, muilc.
He Mi Posf-iiitel«*tKtf
iMlfli, With.
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LADYSMITH LEADER AND WELLINGTON-EXTENSION NEWS. JUNE 7. 100 Jr.
GRAND CELEBRAT1
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LADYSffTH.
Will Celebrate the National Holiday With, a Grand
WATER CARNIVAL AND FIELD SPORTS
GRANDEST REGATTA
COURSE IN
m
■*!
;ica.
Don't Fail To See The Magnificent Struggle Amongst The Hardy
Warriors Of The Indian Tribes In Their Great War Canoes. This is
One of the Most Thrilling Spectacles. FULL COURSE IS IN VIEW
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FOOTBALL, BASEBALL, TUG OF
FOOT RACES, STRENGTH CO
MUSIC BY BEST BANDS IN
FREE TRAINS FROM EXT
*''•'#• ttSb
3
rims H 111 L
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-%$*
Ladysmith Celebration will be Ihe Best ii
1
evince.
,«V'-.'.■'«   »;
i->..jtV,.'f
'$*&#$•$ I
JULY ist WILL BE
A QL0RI0US DAY
It will be celebrated in udysmlth this
year with an outburst of enthusiasm seldom seen In larger centers, it will be a
-Trent day.
Now, we tare going to do our share towards helping yon to enjoy the holiday—
offeriug you the Best Light Cool Clothiug,
Breezy shirts, Swell Tics. Thin Underwear, straw Hats, and everything that
will add to your appearance and comfort.
All at prices so reasonable that you will
have plenty of money left to bum. You
can't feci just right on the First unless
you are dressed for the occasion. We can
fix you.  Come in.,
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THE 6. D. SCOTT CO., LTD.
CASH CLOTHIERS. NANAIMO.
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in tin
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Gst yonr wstch repaired by Lively.
Hs ll .Practical Mechanic,
Thil il pay day at the New Vancouver
Coal company'i minei in Nanaimo.
A concert in aid ol the Fernie suffar-
HI il being arranged (or in Ladyimith,
to be given nest week.
Victoria'! board ol police commii-
ilonsrs hsve determined that gambling
•hill cease in tbat city. No fooling thii
time. 	
A gentleman who bought a iuit ol
clothei recently took th. liberty ol
meeting with diisitroui remits to tbe
garments. A boiler explosion conldn't
deitroy a Oaldw.ll init oi thoie art
twtedi, 	
When yonr watch don't go to suit yon
or yoa haven't got what you want, just
tike it down to Lively, snd exchsnge it
lor whst you wsnt.
Viotorls's Osrnegie librsry by-lawi
ara now all ready lor the vote ol tbe
ritepiyeri on Jnm 83rd.
riSWl.0 TACKLE
A law ol those 13 loot Qrcenbeart
Rodi to dispose ol. The only rod
luitable   lor   the Eipert Angler,
SAMPSON'S GASH STORE
Commercial St. NANAIMO, B.C.
MISS B. KEITH
The well-known Nanaimo dressmaker is prepared to make skirls
from $2.ao up. All work personally supervised, guaranteed, and
first-class.
DR.  J.   GRICE,
DENTIST
Johnston Block,     •    Nsnsimo, B. 0
P.O. Bor, 37, lei. 145.
Visits   Ladyimith  svery Ssturdsy.
Hoars Irom 0 s. m, till 5 p, in.
Abbottlord Hotel.
"Aysrd ol preventive is worth
miles of cure."
11'$ HI li
"Aysrd ol pro.i
mllei of cure."
Mosquito Notting
Screen Dion and  Windows sll Sim
o—at—o'
E. ROLSTON,
Ladysmith,       - B. C.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinsmith,
Plumbing,
Agent lor S. W. Paint,  McOliry'i
■ferae and BaagM.
LAJPYBMraiT^BgB ASP WETJiIjIftyOM-EXTEWSIOS NEWS. Juyg 7, I80g.
Mr. Andrew Bryden, manager oi Es.-
tension mines, is now residing ia Lady*
smith. _____
A hsn msy kloi
Aad a klox may tisk,
But Lively don't glv. ttft
On . three-dollar sleek.
Wkpamsax
Mr. Arch, Kerr deiirei Tbs Leader to
eiprese bii sincere thinks and appreciation for the kind aiiiltance sad iym-
patby of hll many Iriendi during the
illness of bii ion, Mr. Dsvid Kerr, who
ii now progressing istiilactorlly toward,
complete recovery.
Don't tail to lee G.H. Oivia'i samplai
ot wallpaper st Captain Dillon', on.ee,
Esplanade, flu.ice new deiigai at
onishingly reasonable prices.
Twenty-five lino steamen will provide accommodation ior psitengeri oa
tbe Yukon thii leawn. The fleet li
growing steadily and ball a donn naw
boat! arealreadylordered lor mil leaaon.
Mr. Hirry Maclndoo, oi Ninslmo,
formsldehyded s residence in Ladyimllh
tbii week. It wai diphtherial' Ih.
patient! made good recovery,
Ben McKenils, lata operator at fid'
dick's, hn been promoted ts itatloa
maater at Wellington. J. Carroll, Victoria, takei Fiddick's.
Fancy Sitka, anltlbla lor blouH. aad
ladiei' costumes, st the Ohtapisse
High street.
Mr. D. Fsgsn, lata fire bnl si All*
■ndria mine,, bit bought a lot ln Lady'
■mill., and hai given Growdir Bro.,, ol
South Wellington, a contract te erect a
two-itcry houie on the properly.
Our itock ii now complete la iaasy
drygooi's, hoot! shore, gents' furnishings
etc, undoubtedly the finest showing on
the Island, The Cbeapiide, High ll,
Captain Dillon has no intention el
deserting Lidyimlth. Ha will continue
bit law practice in the court! hire.
Procrastination hai lost miny a I
hii life'e opportunity, bnt men clothed
in Caldwell's Nsnsimo elegant summer
•uitlngi have opportunities thrall apoa
tbem, 	
Dr. C.ilce ol Nsnsimo Inform Tha
Lesder thit hs will tn In Lsdyimith IS'
dsy, without till, from 0:W a. m, ealil
6 p.m., at ths Abbotiford hotel, what,
be li pri paied to do all kindi ol dental
work. _____
The heavy rains aad cold weatbar aa.
peiienctd in Lidyimlth hav, been gin-
eial throughout ths diitrict. Ths local
halt crop ii lomewh.t backward, sad il
il leered will be light. Enormom craps
ol itrawherrlea srs rspcrled ss certain
in the upper country.
At tl.e Obeipiide, great vitlily el
ikirt. mil shirts aud iblrt waists. Is.
ipection Invited.
So msny peoiile hsvs complained te
Ths Lesder about "the monstrou, rrgl-
ment ol dogs" ln thli town, thst il mail
be intimated her. that Ths Leider It not
at preient .scrolling tb. iunolloa ol
pound keeper. Complaints ihould be
laid with Mr. Thomion, goviramaal
agent, or with Provincial (bailable
George Gaiildy.
Clearing ol the two lot! lor th. n.w
Engliih church wsi commenced Wed-
netdty morning.  Mr, R, Il.rruo has
the contract snd will path the work
flit is possible..
Mr. Summeibsysi, the contractor,
met with a pulnl.it accident near Na.
11 limo a lew days sgo. Hs wsi working
ut a contrsot st tha Hamilton 1'owd.r
compuy'i worki, Noitlifleld, and'
driving into Nanaimo, when hi. horn
ililed it a rug fluttering Irom a hs
which wai palling. Mr. Bummirhsyn
wn thrown out, alighting on hii about
der, whllit th. man with him landed on
hii hnd, Mr. Bnmmsrhayei, thoagh
inlfeiing oonildsrable pain, gol the
bona by tha bead snd bald him down
until ths excitement hsd lubilded, On
examination it wn found thai Mr.
Summerhayei bad luilalaed slrselnre
ol hii collar bona, nesr ill Junction with
the ihonlder. H. will carry hll am la
a iliog lor some day. yat.
A NEW TRAIL.
Important Road to Bi Built Fmj
Ladysmith.
Nest week Mr. Sutton, mlntnloatit
lor Iha E. ft N. Railway company, wlll
commence Ihs construction ol a trail fit
for the puiigi ol pack horns, leading
from tho lop of High street five or ila
miles ont into the mountains. Tba trail
hn already been biased, and wlll now
be mbitantlally bull t lor Immiillat. an,
Tb. trail leidi irom tha town to th*
heart oi tha great mineral belt la.
medlatelyiouthw.it ol Ladytmlth. A
lores ol lit men will be employed on Ibe
work,
STILL THEY COME.      I
Ripirtol Tht .Mimr&Ci. Will
Opal Hiti.
IlUi«p«wn ea geod aalhetllr thai
Mr. David 8p»aoer, bead of thi fimoui
dim el Spianr ft Oa., Viatorla and Nanaimo, inognlilsg Ih. iplmdld latere
now In ito.e fur Ltityiuiilh, fan d.tir-
mlnad le Im. th. Ins betiding lo be
erected et one. by Mr. William Bin-
ridge, neat le th. -read Hotel, snd
opss oat with e Int-clui Itock ol dry
goodi, ale. Mr. ipeant hi| bna Map.
ing a w.tchfal «y« on Ladyimllh aad Iti
recent and pretsal eslreordlnery dev.l-
oprntat hav. not neaped Ml Potto..
ANOTHER SMELTER.
Bl| Pint Niil'EinM it Cook's
taift::™"
By the itaamar Berlha mm Ih. aawi
that -.alt*, work hu etea dsaa I* kalld.
lag the imsisw.'iwfaeitea Vetto aad
m-.-ui &*m**mii,%
Aisskif, iVth. AaferaWd atlitsg .nd
BmelHag esmpaar.
•chliiyaulntehai neertd aoalral ol
lalmiiian aaaien ei fel.iral eliitni
araaaiihe; head' al Ceek'i telel, and
their Weakest An eaerallM. era te
Was^leib.eMaugt.11.
BbmImbi et Ihe wpper-geld en ham
Oeak'i Inlet ih.ws ta Iha Ltalar
w,r,v.ry rl,h. Thli waiter and woikt
will regain, large qaaatllin ol eoal,
whlih will probably ge bom Ladyimith
direct, ■■••■■.•
Mr. #. **. lergenseo. Ihe w.ll.kaowa
civil inglaiet aad draagbUau, wk. ll
drawing tbe puns tor Ike TyM Copper
eompsay's ssului, wul dowa to Vie
torla oa Wedand.y altenaoa'i train.
Mr. JargibMn I. alia doing special
drawing, lor iha B, 0.' Iletlrl. wm.
pany. Ha will tetara ta Udyimllh on
W.danday.   '
Mr. ». M. Tarwood, I. M.. ol Na-
aalm.; wai a iJUMHn tribe espllal
Osplala Oatlet, lh.TUI.lU pilot, waa
In Udymitk W-4aeadaji' aad Thau-
day, hiving tMeegkt *» the lit. Vic-
taiia.
Mr. Joke Mahrer, ol Umm. Mahnr
ft Co., Raaatate, paidUdymllh a abort
buiinm villi faetday. Ml. Mahrer
nates with esailtelakle taleitsi the
itndy growth alLady-ailU.
Mi. DMiiraarifi. tt. B., Haaalmo,
.pant Ihi Im. pa*, at the fnk la Ladyimllh.
Mr. T. L. Oiabaa ei th* Laadar staff
Ml thli morning tot Ike appn eoaalry
onaihetiheallhMf.
Mtllwdei. promptly tttmiat *>.
Prlen leaasaabla. mar hiraan
fraat |t.  sHprsri harass! tree. Ill
Twahir.nifr.min.    .
Blgilsck el Irnaki aad Tallin. Traaka
traaH.   V.llnt hem Ms.
IM. UiUUM,
TtaeraMM,   -:"i"-	
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22  LOAVES 22
Sellcloui Bread.
$1.00 ONE DOLLAR $1.00
Why hake whia you can gat inch
.aloe aad delivered al year doorf
Scotch B«kir, 23 Yim'EipiiliriM
3. KENNY, Udyimllh Bikiry,
Eiplaaada, Ladyimith.
Painting, Paps.knging and
Mattress Making.
Uara order, tor mattren miking at
Capt. Dillon's OSes, Esplanade, whir,
•ample, -can be nen.
lay N. Gavin, Ladytmlth.
R. B. ANDERSON,
—Agent Fot—
"Perfect" Bicycles
Wheel repairing In all iti branches
Flsa melal working a specialty. Plumb*
lag, acetylene gas, hot water and hot
air bulidg. Work don. with despatch
and at rnaomble ratei.
BABTIOX SP.,
NANAIMO.
C. i. ROBELEE
Carpenter, Joiner and Undertaker
Oeneral Jobber.
Grnar Pint Av«nu« aa4 aataer. atrart. .
Cabioitwoikoflllklodl.
All kindi bt soil wood Inrnilure made
. " aad rapalred.
rnsTiiMiwi
VANCOUVER.
P, 0. JOHNSON, AGENT.
Leiser & Htunburgafa
CLOTHES CLEUIED, DYED.
Do You Know?
tbst tbs work ws do is fine, vary
flsa,   All onr work li guiiautnd.
Nanalmo Clothing Renovatory
■'   Oppoiit. Nanaimo Hotel.
BAKAIMO, B. C.
P.O. Boa IM.
CANADIAN
PACIFI8
DIRECT   LINE
~T0-
Wlnnlpeg Toronto
Montreal New York
Aid all Eastern Canadian aad
U.S. Polnte.
Sttamskip - Sonrleo
-TO-
Japaa, Chlaa,  Hawaii,  Austratasla,
Alaska.
Flral-claai Sltapan on ill
Trains.
TOURIST    SLEEPERS
,-*> TOST. PAUL, Dally.
TORON TO, Tuesday! and Saturd.yi.
MONTREAL A BOSTON,'."bundayi.
for pamphlili and all Informillon apply
to any C.P.R. agent.
B. H. ABBOTT.      W. MoGIRR,
Ag.nl, Viotoria,     Aicnt, Nanalmo.
E. J, COVLE,
Asat, O.nl. Pan. Agent, Vancouver.
Smelting Works
s-AT-
Wm
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Maple Lodge, No.; 6,, 1(0. 0. r.|
Meet, every WediiHiild. ivilr.. la'
Nlotiuliou'i Hull Vi-r.li.-t men bar.
sr.siirdl.ilyiev.ml.
B.NIVSVIO 0 T.
M..Vor.IM.EY.8.<i.
BANNER LODGE
No. 3t,
lfi"i^w'l_W,?u!',l*-,.***J,,l,SI< TSna'dock.
Visitor, cordially lnvueil.
IIUOU VULTnN, IM.
WeeliiiotoalfidseNo.2ti.tir.
Mreti every Friday in I. 0. 0 ft lull st
" :S0 p.m.
n.. oottRt,tr, q.o.
J. W. LBWI->, Sec.
Prtr^tfd ,^a parcliate ores as from August ist
ConTeNient to B. 4 N. or Sea.
IT
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IM*llliaM**|-|*-«aMbte»*W **4*x*,*i**#*lrK****k*^
Agent Ior B. 0. Pottery Oompaay.
Culmney Pine, rl.ner Hi*, Oalley
Traps, T., Y«, Bends. Tiln and
Oram.   ,   .   ,	
fflj* K, UdyMltt
•. he... factory mid.. Pons, lu 3(5.
All wurk gUHUteed.   Itepalrlng daae,
A. $. Chrisiio,
LADYSMITH,
».o.
Cuban Cigar
M.nulacturen of Iha i
CUBAN   -   BiO^OM
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