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Array 1  ���������1  t  S>  *  i  i  ^^'iH;  ���������>v  A^4S������ttL^  '- _-;     APR 5 _ 1905  <������ ������������������*  *^i;  LiADYS/lITH DAILY  VOL. 2,  TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1905.  /  JOSEPH R SMITH  HELD FOR TRIAL  A Lengthy Examination of Wit'  nesses Today Resulted in  this Action  mm  ON FOPTY MILE CREEK, RUSSIA HOPES FOR NEW  ALASKA  PRICE FIVE CENTS  The Smith a'isault case was resum-)  ed at lhc court this afternoon.  Air.  F. Mel1..  Young appeared for the prosecution.    The, clothing of Mis.   :>o-  cile that is allcged..to liave been torn  by Smith was produced and idtiitiiwil  l>y the coniplaiiiant.   She fail) the ar-  ��������� tides were torn' by Smith in the assault.    Questioned again, the woman  said that two or three mini:!*.:: ..'[v.  the assault she told Henderson,  the  man who. was painting the house in-  the time, of what had occurred.  In opening cross-examination,    Wtr.  Simpson     asked  the  witness  which  hand the defendant had put on hei.  Mr.  Young objected to this question  but the magistrate ruled that  it was  perniittable to obtain evidence in thc  .r:        case,   'lhe question was repealed a1"1  Mrs. Docile stated that Smith     lad  torn     her garment's  with his   right  hand, at  the same time putting i.i.s  lelt hand on her shoulder, lie ; ushed  her against the wall,  she sei earned  for help and told him to get out ul'  Uiehofise.    This  was  at  11. o oluci-..  llerhusband came home at 12.10. She  ~l    did not ft.ee Smith between 11 and IU,.  although she  wmt outside  of     thc  house.    At  the time of the assault  thc kitchen door was shut and     the  door    leading to the store from the  bakehouse was partly open.' The,door  between   the kitchen    and the bakehouse was half open.   The side door  -    was not open. (Here the plan of the  bui'ding were produced for the benefit of the 'court and  the attorneys).  ���������     Tlie door leading from  tlie bedroom  . ,. to. the kitchen was open... Jn answer  to  Mr.  Simpson  tlie" woman" stated  that  tho bedroom window was open  before the assault took place.     She  told her husband what had happened  directly he returned home.   He was  very- mad, and wanted  to see Smith  himself at once.   Smith did not'come  hack again after the assault. Neither  he nor his assistant returned  lo f.n-  ish  tlie painting job that afternoon.  Mr.   Simpson  then  asked     witness  why it was she did not lay the .natter  before  the magistrate  before   5  o'clock,  when  the assault was   .-up-  Vosed   to  have  been  committed     at  11  o'clock in  the morning.    Witness  ���������said  it    was about    3 o'clock when  she saw the magistrate-   She wanted  to lay the charge at once but her  ���������husband, would not let her.  The statuary charge was then read  over to Smith, who had nothing to  say,  after which" he was  put  in the  followed her and asked Iter what - it  was she had to say. She said, "Mr.  Docile told me to tell you that hc  would give you $100 for Uie balance  of your property and' finish the  houses.'' I said, "Mrs. Docile, you  can tell Charlie when he comes in  that he will have to come up $350  more before he gets it." I then  went out to work. ���������  in answer to Mr. Simpson, the wit  ne. s said that he had been in the  Docile house several times before,  and had worked on the inside of .the  building.     On the day of the alleged  The Recognized Authority  on Gerebro-Spinal Meningitis  Again   Miners   Prophesy  There Will be Rich Pay  Found  Interestingly Relates   His  Experience With the  Disease  New York, April   1.���������A Vienna despatch   to  thc   World  says'   Professor  Eichaelbaum,  recognized as the first  authority  on  cerehro-spinal  meningitis,  who discovered   its exciter      in'  1885 which is called  today after him  "Micrococcus  cercbro-spinal   wechael-  bauin,"  said   today   (Monday):   "My  experience is that the disease principally  attacks  children  and   youthful  individuals.     ,It,    of course,  differs  William's Trip to Morocco  is Giving Them Some  Comfort,"  This is   one  of the First  Greeks Mined in the   ,  Yukon  (Associated Press Despatches.)    i  Dawson, March 21. ���������The famous  white channel of the. Klondike is believed'to have been struck in tlie  Korty-Mile country, News of  i.s  brought 'by :Frank 'Lee,   thc  THE VISIT OF HENRY  OF PRUSSIATO RUSSIA  *^^mmTlh������fl^"--  For it Has Already Stirred  Up a Little Trouble  (Associated Press Despatches.)  St. 'Petersburg, April 3.���������Emperor  William's speech at Tangier and  prospective   developments   tiiere  have  assault he had  worked up till   three   widely  '"  its  manifestations.        In  o'clock.    Thc reason he went in the   man-v' casps <leaih ensues after a few  house pn that day was to open the  window. Further questioned, he  stated that his right hand had been  crippls some time ago. Pie could  not tear a garment witli this hand!  He could not close his hand properly." It would be impossible for.h'irn  to tear a garment with it he  thought, but he had never attempted to do such a thing. *  The witness' hand was then examined by the court and Mr. Young. "  In' answer to the barrister lor  the prosecution, Smith said he had  st length in his hand, but did not  think he could tear a garment with  ll.  Mr. Young���������At what tini3 did this  assault  take place?  Witness���������They claim it happened.'at  11 o'clock.  Further questioned by Mr,  Young, |f������ctPd  |days, in others'after  three and even  four  weeks.  .  [infrequent, recoveries  have happened,   but   with  disastrous  consequences,  such  as  paralysis  . or  deafness.     Science  is . by  no  means  satisfied in regard  to  the manner of  infection.    I have ascertained that in  most cases the exciter of the disease  enters   through   thc  nose, pearly  all  patients    in  the    first-stages suffer  with inucuous inflamation,  the nasal  conditions resembling  those seen in  common    catarrh.      Diseases  spread  from the hose to the menilges (membranes) of the brain.   Patients should  not only be isolated,  but strict care  should he taken that t'he matter secreted does not come in contact with  clothing  whereby it  may  be carried  elsewhere.     Handkerchiefs  used     by  the patient^ should lie carefully disin-  coverer, who is in the city from the  Forty-Mile country. The strike was  made at Mosquito crossing.  "I    made the strike,"     says  Lee,  "while not looking for gold.   I   was  this   taken  up*, the attention  of     Russian  dis-I newspapers liere.     Her treaty   rcla-  Much f Ado Aboutf Nothing Will  Very Likely Account for the  r. '  ���������Unexpected Visit  The Fact That He Was Closeted  With the Russian Czar  Creates Talk  Lions with France and the friendly  attitude of Germany during ihe war  place Russia, in an awkward - position. Nevertheless,-'the difficulties of  floating further loans in France   and  on a bench and happened to see | lU(i' absence of assistance, on which  where' a fox had dug some dirt from unofficial Russia at least had vague-  Mie ground. I tooly.a little of :ne' ].v counted, incline the scales some-  dirt, panned it, and was surprised wnat J'1 favor of the western neigh-  to find colors. It was also certain b01'. who������e benevolent neutrality and |sation  from the character of the dirt Chat frontier pledge enabled Russia to |  it was similar to the white channel l)la(/c in the *ie,d a Manchurian ar-  of the Klondike. * |m>r  so  wcl1  supplied  with  artillery.  "1 made a search to see how far Decided pleasure is also expressed at  thc white channel seemed to extend, 'ihc ''ocks encountered by the new  and found similar croppings along a Anglo-French entente. Thc Russe  stietch of fully  two miles. I terms  the visit of the German   Em-  "1 think that some day there will P<?1'������1' to Tangier as a demonstration  lie  a big  strike made  in  that  A SENSATIONAL VISIT. by a portion of this year's conscripts  St.     Petersburg,     Apl.  4.���������Prince   General   Sakaroii'  denied  emphaticai-  Hcnry of Prussia,  brother  to     the    Jy    that lie ever  intrigued  against  Emperor of Germany,  reached Tsar-  General    Kuiopatkin, ailirming that  skoe Selo this morning. As there had  been no news here of such a visit, his  sudden appearance for a personal  in-  he     gave the latter the most loyal  support.    At the same time,  discuss  ing  the battle of Mukden,  Sakaroff  declares  that  the_ men material     of  terview with  Emperor Nicholas  up  on the heels of his brother's speech I the Russian armylrTcialTo" those  at .Tangier, created considerable sen- of the Japanese, forcing the reluctant  A BERLIN OPINION.  Lerlin, April 4.���������No significance is  attributed to the visit of Prince Henry of Prussia to Russia^ as it was  announced some weeks ago that he  and his wife were going to visit the  widow of Grand Duke Sergius,  who  r ���������    ���������    , Part  against  the entente,  and  points  out   is a sister of Princess Henry  of the *orty-Mile.������ I Ilia* the refusal of Emperor William '"  '"  the witness   ' said he was'   in    the  house three or four minutes. He was |the sPr'������g probaWy   because of   the  sudden change in  temperature, causing colds that dispose individuals favorably     for the ingress of the.disease.   The epidemic is likely   to last  from one to two months, until outward  circumstances  of   temperature  and  weather have changed,  it being  almost certain that infection.is carried-by the mueuois from  the nose.  ''The     greatest     danger     arises  from people  living    in     close   quarters in damp  lodging  houses,     barracks,  schools,   orphanages.   I     considered meningitis far less infectious  than scarlet fever--or cholera,  but, it  it is much more malicious because it  may take .the : form  of a"simple cold  in the head and the patients may not  be  isolated.    Another  great  danger  lies in the fact that science ha,s   not  yefe ascertained all  t'he ways  of infection." '  Eureka creek, thought to have pet- to . recognize French pretentions  ercd out, comes forward' with a sec- imis(< deeple impress the Moroccans  ond pay streak, evidently on the old '<������ tlie disadvantage of both France  channel paralleling what is  now  the  and  Great Britain. ",'  course carrying the water. The old.'1 "Unexpectedly," says the Russe,  pav seemed to have run iu a channel;' "a Stuping of powers in Western  that the early miners entirely ovcr-'f Europe has begun, and perhaps we  looked  because of its depth  and  the; are ������n tl,c evc of &'reat developments  Pr.^1-       it-i       :'     '  The    disease  generally occurs in    fact  <nat  ifclay  under  what is    -iow   iri international events.  in long- enough to have the .conversa  tion.    After   the conversation  he .returned to work. *>n the front of.,, tbcil|  house putting up  ladders to go     tn  | with the painting on that part if the  house.   He could not remember which  door, he had come ou,t of.  t-Ie worked  on until three, with the exception of  a few minutes he spent in pelting his  dinner.   . There  was  absol itely       r.o  truth  in Mrs.  Docile's story.     c did  not know why the charge was made  against him.   lie had had some trouble with Docile aboot the property.  Nothing had  been said in conn.-otion  with" the property' after the jtime of  the    alleged     assault.   He  did Wt  speak with either Mr. or ;.frs; Docile  after tliat time.   In answer to further questions--lie said -that lie was libt  onvcry   friendly  terms  with   the Do-  ciles.   Asked why, in that case,     lie  was    painting  the  house,   he slated  that work being scarce, he had seen  Docile aiid offered to paint the noiise  for him cheap on account of shortness  of work,    Asked why he  v/ent ir to .  the bakehouse, he said it was because  Mrs. Doci'e spoke to hiniitnd he approached close  to' her beca ise     she I  a bench  EARTHQUAKE  AT LAHORE  Serious   Loss   of Life and  Historical Building  Damaged  WAR   MINISTER   TALKS.  St. Petersburg, April .4.���������War Minister Sakaroff,'.in an interview Monday, declared that the reports of  Russia countermanding orders for  war material abroad are baseless and  grow out of the declination of the  foreign Officers with which the war  office and admiralty have been swamp  ed.    He insists that there has   been  box. .  His  evidence  was as  follows:  "I  had a conversation  with     Mrs.  Docile on Thursday morning.   I went  jn  to  open  the  window.     It  is     a  ���������small "swing window, cios3 by      tlie  iki tciien   door.      I     had painted the  window once before.     At  that time  I did  not know  it was  a swing win^.  dow,  so I did  not paint  the   edges.  Alter  it was  painted  lone day saw  the  window open  and  noticed     this  omission.      I     spoke to  Henderson  about it and told him not to forgjt  to paint the edges,     I went  to him  on Thursday and asked him if he had  painted it.     He said  "No," as     he  would   have  to  have  it opened..       I  went in and opened the window. Mrs  Docile was standing just inside the  {bakehouse door. I said good morn-  iing (lwI she answered me. I asTied  ;her how the baby's face was, and  ;.shc told me it was better, and ask-  icd me to look at it, which I did.  She then asked about Mrs. Smith. I  told her Iliad not heard from her j oil work for three or four days  ffor a few days, but I guessed that [account of bad zyes  she was doing well, as the last time went from his house with a bread  she wrote she wanted some money, cheek in his pocket to get some  Then Mrs. Docile said to me, "Mr. bread. lie went to the Wellington  Docile wants me to tell you some- Hotel and took some drinks and then  thing." She had in the meantime, proceeded to the bakeshop for some  moved   over to the   -window, and     I   bread.     He gave in his check   >y.     c  London,  April "4.���������A despatch to a  news agency from Lahore, British In-  cfia, says: A .violent'earthquake    has {  occurred here,  accompanied  by  seri-'  ous. loss of life and .great \lamage'to | despatch   to the Times says:  public and other buildings. The to  The Novosti sees     in the German   no relaxation in the preparations <o  ��������� Emperor's supposed/ pleasure     trips  -* (Continued"onpPige-Four.) -   -   o������������������_  BONDHOLDERS  PROTEST  Refuse to Countenance Am  erica's Agreement With  Santo Dommgo  continue the war, but says there will  be no new mobilization at present, ex  plaining, as stated in these despatches, that 140,000 troops of the last  mobilization have already started foi  the front and that instead.of mobili-  yation troops these will be followed  conclusion  that  the  Japanese generals are superior to  the Russian.   In  denying the popular impression that  a large proportion    of army reserve  men vere sent to the front, Sakaroff  made  the   im-porlaiifc  admission  that  the reserve     men were only sent in  early 'stages of thc war, "before we  had assurances from Europe." Which  it   interpreted   as -a confession   that  an arrangement' was made with Germany for covering the frontier of Poland.  FROM HEADQUARTERS.  Tokio, April 4. ���������(Noon.)-^The following has been received from     the  ���������Manch-u'rian  army headquarters:  "On Sunday a portion-of the force  occupying Kaiyun drove the enemy  north, holding Aishenkao, 26 miles  northeast of Kaiyun. There is no  change at other positions up, to five  'o'clock Saturday afternoon. One hun  dred Russian sanitary corns men  have been delivered to- the Russian '  army. They highly appreciate ^our  kindness'."  TREPOFFACAIN  [CUMBERLAND  ESCAPES  COWICHAN.  J. N. Evans, MP.P., went down  yesterday morning to resume his duties across James' Bay. He thinks  this     week will conclude the hereu?  lor,  told him she had something to say to |not materialize  him.     The conversation opened     by  his asking after the baby,  'Mr. Simpson then called Constable  Hannay, who, in answer .to. questions  said that he* had inspected the Do  cile house, and in his opinion it was  a frame building. . He" drew the  plans that had been shown in court.  He had measured the distance from  the bedroom window to the bakehouse door and the distance was -.'.9  or 30 feet.  Mr. Simpson then called George  Maccary, who stated that he had  known the Docile family for a long  time, and had had some trouble with  Mrs. Docile once. At the time he  was working in No. 3 shaft at Wellington.     He  was  obliged   to     leave  leanv-labors    of  our  legislators,  I in his opinion, a railway 'policy'will  not.   mntoriali'/A  Ml  J. H. Hawthornthwaite, (we i.ecd  not be so funny oyer Russian names  after all) was a. passenger . :i the  down train, going to push on his  amendment to the Coal .lines Act,  a piece of legislation which, if it becomes law, may 'have ,;uch i si^rn-us  and widespread iafluencc ���������. n lie industries of the island, hat it. ������.��������� eiiis  strange there has I een i:o public e/-  pression -of .opinion- on i's . nteiits.  Fie says he is quite sure the ueal between thc Ei <fc i\T. and ('. P. Ky.  Co.'s, will go through.  .���������i���������*���������--   FOR A THOUSAND.   wn  hall is almost razed and the cathedral and Jumba Masjed, one of the  finest mesques  in India,  are seriously injured.    Other big "buildings    are-  cracJed.   Many houses in the native  quarter collapsed.; Lahore, an ancient-]  walled  town,. is  capital   of the Punjab  district  of  British   India,      con-  ta!ning  notable  buildings,  and  is  an  important seat of trade.    The European quarters, with government houses,  the Lawrence gardens, and     the  Punjab   University,   is   outside      the  walls.    The military cantonment     o.f  Mecau Meer is six miles off.   The pop  illation   of  Lahore  is about 20(1,(0)  souls.  KING   SOLOMON  MINES.  There are indications  that a  active  season is     opening     for  ���������group   of  Koksilah   mines.    The 1  Solomon  sent two car loads   -f  to    the   Ladysmith      snielter  months  ������������������' v  the  ^ i ig  ore  me  Lots in Duncan are  lively;  a  her one    sold      last week   lor  .$1,000,  and    several     others  nigl,'i.h" .Ranged hands  days.  IF HE ONLY HAD HORNS  within   the  last  cor-  over  Lave  L'W  little girl and sdie got scared of him  He had told her not to be afraid of  him and she got the bread ami gave  it to him.' She again got scared  and he again told dier not to be  afraid of him, and to give him the  bread, when Mrs. Docile, who was  _^ Jin another room called out to him to  HE WOULD BE A DANDYp, ":u sr' a,0"c ol s'a    I    Witness proceeded'   I told the girl  ��������� .    . ,  ������������������.       ������     ��������� i   '   ���������    i      i.      ������ni     i ��������� <��������� u    t      'again not to be scared   of me,     and  Provincial Officer Cassidy went out       The boy  was  crossing a field when   ,?      T,    .,       ,,  .      .   ,  3                 ���������,,,,,     4i ��������� i   -i i ���������       i      i ���������      u-       Mrs. Docile called out to me to go on  yesterday    to South  Wellington     to   the b������u attacked him, knocking him   . gaid   Uj don>t care     a  ^ for  Have  a fight  with  a  bull.       It  was   J,own  and    mauling     him   savagely.-^'      ' Qr                     an(, ^__   J  not, however, unlawfully.    Word was   f^1"!"^ <*������ bu������ ������ a m^'   If   Mt.     th.   .<-������\      -.���������  .  since, with results rich ������.n-  ou'gh to satisfy the most saiiguu'ie-  There is now J.r)0 tons ou ��������� (iump  and the value of this propjri.y i.s beyond jieradventure. Tlie Duncan owners of the prospects in this camp,  held a iiKcting on Saturday, a syn-  dicale. was formed, and the wato'i-  word from now on is systematic activity.  DEMOCRATS   AHEAD.  Butte,   Mont.,   AkriT4. ���������Municipal  .  elections   in   Montana   have  resulted  }  New  York,   April  4.���������An  Antwerp  The  Belgian committee of holders of  Santo DOmingian bonds refuses to  have anything to do with thc--prcP  posed arrangement between Santo  Domingo and the United States and  will protest against the plan. The  proposal to deposit; the money from  the customs collections in an American/ bank until a definite arrangement is completed is not satisfactory to the Belgian bondholders,  who demand the payment of $27,010  a month to them in accordance with  their contract with the Santo^Domin  [gian government. Instructions have  '.������������������sen sent to the Willeni Williams, the  committee's- representative' in. Santo  Domingo, to make a protest against  the proposed agreement and not to  consent to any plant which does not  provide for the payment to the Belgians of .$27,000_in cash a month.  A  London despatch  to  the    Times  says:     "The  refusal   of   the   Belgian  bondholders  to  assent   to  President  Roosevelt's arrangemtns for the settlement of the- debts of Santa Domingo puzzles the British bondholders'  committee,     t*ut does not disconcert  it.    All   that   the   London   financiers  know is  that the Belgians are stand?  ing out.    They do not know what it  i.s     expected to accomplish  through  this course.   If. is understood     that  the  Belgian  government  is  supporting  the  Belgian  bondholders  and   is  operating  in connection  with  France  and  Italy,  but  the London view     is  St. Petersburg, April 4.���������It is reported that another attempt on the  life of Governor-General Trepoff was  foiled last night. The Novoe Vremya, discussing the relative advantages of an ^.nglo-Russ-French and Germany agreement, finds the latter  probably easier of accomplishment,  and possibly more advantageous to  Russia on account of Germany's  growing importance in the near east.  GUN CLUB  Jas. E. Smith has Deen unfonu-  nate enough to be held for tri.il ui a  serious charge. He may, oj.vever,  feel assured that his ma.iy "friends ia.  Ladysmith have not the slightest  dcubt of his vindication before j^ny  jury that can be enpanolled, au-.l he  wil" be none the less thought of y  this misfortune that In-- o-ertaker,  Mm. .  that it  will  not be  possible  to over-  } turn   the   Roosevelt 'arrangement  or  generally in favor of the Democrats,   secure a modification of it.  PRINCE HENRY AT  PUBLISHER'S  ANNOUNCEMENT.' ." .'../'"' '  It     is the intention of  The Daily  Ledger to open an ollice at Duncans  within  a few  days.    While  The  Ledger will be published the same as it  now is at Ladysmith, it will contain  the same amount of live local news  of Duncans sind Cowichan district as  though     published  there.    Later  on,  some other arrangements are  in contemplation.       Meantime   the  Ledger,  which  already has  a fair circulation  throughout   Cowichan,   svill   endeavor  by its close attention to the news of  all points along the line, to make itself equally as  welcome in  Duncans  a.s it is in Ladysmith, and by having  additional assistance, as we have arranged for on our news staff, to make  The  Daily  Ledger a favorite  among  thc reading public along the line.   It  will ,be readily understood  that the  more  local  news The  Ledger has   of  A committee of the-Gun Club   intend arranging an. entertainment for  the purpose of purchasing a Leggette  trap,     says    the  Cumberland  News.  This will be worthy of the public patronage a? the club is capable of encouraging  and  doing  useiul work  in  our midst.   The majority of the ofiL-  'ceils .and members of the club are in  lavqr of the $2.00 a year gun.license  Everybody wno carries a gun can afford it, and all who enjoy the sport  protected   by  ihe  government  should  be willing to pay something towards  the  cost  of  protection.   In addition  to    the numerous   benefits  accruing  from this license, the small boy, also  will     be     protected. In   >   many,  the man **who cannot shoot straight  cases  experienced  hunters   have   been  the victims. of reckless shooters who  shoot    at every moving object they  see in the woods. By becoming members of the gun club a boy or man is  taught to handle his weapon, the various workings of a'Shot gun and rifle  are explained  to him and when     he  goes out for a day's sport he does so  without  endangering  his   own  or  his  neighbor's     life    by mismanagement  Dealers  in  game will  be  taught  by  th������jmposition of a license that it is  a costly business    to  offend against  the law, destroyers of grouse will be  deprived   of  a market   for   their  con-  frabrand  goods,  and  in  general,   tho  sportsmen will receive the benefits of  the statutes which were meant to bo  enforced.    The officers of the club receive no other reward than the     ap-  proving  consciousness  of  laboring  in  a worthy  cause.     Therefore  we  submit the  Gun   Club  deserves acknowledgement  for   the good   it has  done  n the past and encouragement in its  efforts for the   future.    There seems  to he an idea prevalent that the imposition of a license is for the    purpose    of preventing  a certain class  it had     possessed      horns  left     the   store.-  brought  in  town  that a bull'belong-   woul(,  lin,k)U,*)le(Ily  beoI1 killed.    Tlic    riei**' ^    ^ ���������e:      What drying to  the Beck estate  was   running   curious  part of it was, as the boy's   "������ yestelday.at <-"alleys  The next day a  ou  I    told  Duncans and other sectons along the  railway, the more interesting we can j from  shooting-,   whereas  the idea  is  t .   __ jmake it   for our Ladysmith  readers, ! preservation  of game  for   the public  TS A RQr^nC-QnT   /"V10 whom'  for their generous support j to create a fund to be applied to the  X \JX XXVkJX\X/.D    OELVJ 11" lhe Past w������ are deeply greatful. it'good.     Any  person who   shoots    foils our prcsent expectation to have an 'the sake of sport should be able    to  ofTice opened and begin regularly with 'pay the nominal fee suggested.  him   "Nothing,"  and  he  then     said,  amuck  and had  badly gored  a Giller   story goes,   (hat it was a cow   that   ���������you   went after  M_  wJfe  aml     ,..s  boy of 13 years. Officer Cassidy found "���������*���������������������������   ������������������������������������       .The     cow      seeing   servaat/,    i itold him I did not, and ' :^,,   '"Hr,  the boy in bed with a broken should- ������,e boy  down,   and  tl.e   bull     after   h_ asked me ��������� Q cQmo wiUl ,.im ! ",   'am S   F������  sr,  the  result of an encounter   with 11������1- made  a gallant attack on   ihe   as  .f j dld-not   Chad      would  lnlVe   C(1  the  bull,   which  was at   that     time I>������11  and put  bin, to   flight.   The  offi-   m_  arrestcd-     T   thcn   went  lo     SWJ  loose    on     the moor,   (moor  sounds   ������"* 11nt������nd"'  t������l T?       f ? I   Charley, and he asked me what   tl.e  better  than pasture in describing   a  fo"^' ^ ne���������hnxl l*e3n taken care of    maUcr    wm     tha(.  j  ma|Je  troub,e  bull-fight). * at least for   the present. with his wife and servant.    I    told  1:.  Duncans daily news next week.  THREE MEN BLOWN   UP.  Bay City, Mich., April 4.���������A small  MINISTER'S   APPOINTMENT.  Winnipeg,   April   4.���������Rev.   S.       E.  Beckett,    M.A.,  has   been  appointed  assistant pastor of Knox Church. He  .    , ,   , is  a graduate  of Queens  University,  tank used  for the storage  of Nitro-   versity  angler speed, are redieul-   mT"-.^"0. h*S bCTn a persistent, ni-| Glycerine  exploded   at   the  dynamite'  fhe city council unanimously decid-  stem for   -   ���������"������������������?,���������������.i  c^vv^.i. cut  iciueiu- nior tint th    r       i i -/���������..<.������������������������..i,       '.������. u^  wunm uucuniiiuuni  3d,  it being explained  that the visit who ��������������� ���������*��������� , f,   ,)uc,,css SerRius, | manufacturing plant of H, H. Thorn-  ed fo install hlirh pressure sy  Df the   Princess  to her sisters,      the ,.. '     ' CM,shcd b-v the murder nf . as,  six miles northwest of this city . fire pi .rection  this year.  Empress'and the Grand Duchess Ser- ",is'"-d, shortly will retire to a ' yesterday.   Three men, Moses Island,     River;,   in the citv'are- stai  i  j  gius  during the  latter's period  convent and devote her. life to  church, of w  ed member.  *  ���������<iuuul ft  jiei-iou       of     --- - *-**'���������*' "^ ������������������"������  'o     the   an  Indian; George Godfrey, of Kaw-. break up.  mourning was announced before Em-'T     ' ������f wInch s,,e is a ve'T devot-   kawlin,  and  George Uhlbricht,      of j earliest  Auburn, were blown to pieces.  starting to  The season is one of     the  in     the   country's   history.  Warm weather  prevails. ^  IB THE DAILY IEOGER  ol' the Ladysmith footballers to meet  again in the field-of battle, the crow-  fublished   every day except Sunday    in������   Victoria      Garrison.   Unlike  the  ������������������ '���������'������������������ knisjhts of old the    motto of the La-  BY; . ,-1-HE  '    DAILY       LEDGER   ^^ playcnj     wriu6n> ft ])icje  COMPANY. of cardl.oarci     lying besiiie"    the cup  j_. T .',      ... ,  ��������� consisted not of������������������-. the blood warming  Offices, vLadysmith and  Duncans.   wor(,S] ..^.^    W live we f^-, or  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE something of the, kind, but the''siiii-  ""'���������'       | le,   though ;   equally    awe-inspiring,  SO cents a month;    $5 per  year  ���������inJ.r1-0 the Garrison,     Put up or Shut  up."   It i.s; sale    to: say,that in their  advance.  plication.  Advertising rates on ap.  the /��������� sun  announcement.  The  ,o -lie  TTJESD AY, APRIL 4, .1005.  THE  SPRING TIME.  After a dark and rainy winter such  as   is      always   found  on the  Pacific  coast,  it seems like an awakening of  nature to have, the, skies cleared,  ti'.e  roads  and   walks dried off  shining 'and   the glad  by  the feathered tribe that spring is  , here.  From Laidysmilh to Sliawnigan  lake many good looking ranches are  now under cultivation and more acreage each, year being cleared up  soil is, perhaps as good as any  found anywhere in the world for most,  crops grown in a temperate zone. A  farm along the E. ���������& N. Railway represents a safe investment, it will  never he without a good value. The  spring time brings with it renewed  interest in a: farming community, especially is this the case- where /high  grade stock is being introduced arid  new farms are in process of clearing  up. The -price of farm lands along  the E. & N. already shows that such  larnis ' arc in demand. As 'time goes  on the excellent climate and pleasant  , surroundings'-will  continuously   add  to  the value of farm lands,  especially  is this the case with small  holdings near fishing resorts,  and along  the shores of  the numerous  lakes  ot  this part of Vancouver Island, where  Miose  who  possess  same  means   ni:i\  own country homes and small farms.  The spring  of 1905  is little different from other springs so far as the'  business outlook is concerned. Generally   speaking,   the  country   is   prosperous.   . Ladysmith   at   the   present  time is not in quite its usual ihoalthy  condition, but everybody is living  in  hopes of     seeing-times advance aiid  1he season of 1905-a prosperous  one-  along the Island Railway.     .,  present frame " of mind the simple  words illustrate most faithfully the  feeling of the local sports.  ���������'.'.,-, ���������   r���������O���������  "���������TENNIS.; ;��������� - ��������� '.  ..The newly organized tennis club,  in connection with-the Church of England, held a meeting last, evening at  the Rectory, when officers were elected.   They arc as follows'  Hon. president, Thos. Kiddie, Esq.  president, Rev. R. J. Bowen, secretary-treasurer, Mr. T. ^Vinsby. The  members are anxious to get the  court, into shape and to stnrt play  Easter Monday, April 25th, and with  this end iu view the president and  :-eorela.ry were asked to get the necessary equipment and to have the wa-  ler laid on at the court without delay. ".'���������'..'.,.  Those present kindly promised to  hand in their subscriptions fo,rthwitlr  o that the officers of the club can  proceed lo get the necessary articles  ns soon as possible. Quite a large  number of "-the things can he procured  vocally, it being necessary to send-  away for a few articles only. This  vill', of course, .save-much delay.  There arc already quite a large  number of members in the club and  -;everal more arc anxious to. join. All  seem very enthusiastic so there is  no reason why' thc club should not  be a very prosperous one.  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO.  686,  F.  O. E.     :������������������.        :���������:        :���������:        :���������j  Meets in the Opera House 1st and  8rd  Tuesday  at  7.30  p.m.    Worthj  President,   BForcimmer; .   Worthy  Secretary. C T-T.  Rummings.  Dealers in  Pianos and  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C.  f SPORTS  *" A-ft���������;k���������A  'X  Xr-Xr-ftr-X���������ft.���������X  BASEBALL. .  ���������o���������  The Northwestern  Baseball  League  is  now  regularly organized  and   contracts  made between   Victoria,   Vancouver,   Everett and  Bellingham.  The new league agr.eem.ent will  have a life of three years. Five hundred' dollars was deposited by each  club as a guarantee for its contin \ed  existence, and another $500 mint 1 e  put up next year to complete the  -$1,000. This money will remain in  the Puget Sound National B-ank,-  where the first $2,000 now is.  The league  decided   that  admission  to the grounds everywhere shall     he  twenty-five ... cents with   twenty-live  cents extra for the grandstand.    Children can get in for fifteen cents,  hut.  must   pay     regular   prices   to      the  stand.    The  only  exception  is  where  a home club gives extra accommodation,  such  as  opera  chairs,  etc.,    in  lhc stand. "*>An extra charge may then,  he levied hy the home club.   The governing  body  of  the league  will    consist of one delegate  from  each city,  with   the  president  as  the  chairman  having  a casting vote.  Those elected  were:    Vancouver,   A.   E.   Tulk;   Victoria,  .1.   A.   Wolfendeen;  Bellinghain,  -I.   A.  Miller,  and   Eveielt,   Win. Hai-  l'erkiimp.   The president  is  W.  11. Lucas,   who  will   also  act a.s  secreta.ry-  l-reasurer     under    bonds   of   Sin,Win.  The president will engage the umpires  and   fix  their salaries,   the  idea being  to  make a feature  of good   umpiring  suid   gentlemanly   ball.    The  constitution   gives   every   power   to   the   umpire;,   and   president   to   control     the  players,       and   its   penal   provisions  adhered  to.  ���������   cf   gabn-s   will       he  :':<���������  executive at      a  held   in   Vancouver  ������������������' s  al.  the call, of  ihe  ciiicial  scorers   >.'.:i!l l-e  Under New Management  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.C.  McKinnell & Woodbank.  Proprietors.  Modern and   ' Strictly First Class.  Commercial Mens'  hcadauarters.  Fire Proof  ..Building.  NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Bottle or -Stoppers after this notice,  will  be prosecuted.  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer  Soda  Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  ���������J-       - ..--���������' ������������������  ���������    - - -    -, ���������     ���������  ���������        ���������      ^  ���������  ���������������������������- ~   Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  Tims Table No. 53,  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PAR10RS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the City_j--:���������j  WHOLESALE DRYGOOPS.  Victoria, B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND  ef  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS. ETC.  HOTEL     LELAND.  *(T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  j One block from C.P.R'. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovat-  'e-d and re-modelled. Rates $2 |wr  | day. Corner Granville and Hastings  ' streets    Telephone,  1-4.  Via the peoples' favorite  TAKING  EFFECT  W-ED NESDAY,' OCT  Northbound Southbound Northbound  Leave - . DailyArrhe   Leave  A.M.-P. M.  0:0012:OC  Victaria  PAINTING,   PAPEk    HANGING  ETC.  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  :>f '(Ladysmith Hotel.  J.  E. SMITH, Prop.  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR  &   ADAM.  All work first-class at THE CHRY  3TAL, VICTORIA.  ���������    ������������������    ���������i*    ���������    ���������,*    ���������    ���������  Plana,  Specifications  and   Details     furnished for all kinds  of work in the CARPENTER  Line  C. B. ROBELEE, Carpenter  and Joiner, 2nd ave, Ladysmith,  B.  C.  ���������   ���������  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,     Ladysmith  Victeria .. ... ....  Shawnigan Lake  Duncans      Ladysmith      Nanaimo   Ar. Wellington  5T11.  Sat. Sua.SoutbVd  and Wed.        Arrive  P. M.     P. M.      3:00     7:������0  10:2010:4tf Shawnigan Lake .v.. 4.20    5:40  11:0010:02 Duncan    5:00    5:08  11:57  9:10 Ladysmith     5:52    4.0$  12:40  8:20 Nanaimo 6.42    3:15  ,-Via Westholm  and - South  bound  12:53Lv 3:00 Ar Wellington  THROUGH TJCKETS TO  CROFTON.  0:55 de 3:0t  I  Overiands  Daily  2  Ttie Ladysmith  Opera House  Can lie secured  for Theatrical purposes,    Dancing     Parties, or Entertainments generally.  D  Nl CM OLSON, Prop  HOII: . DOMINION  ��������� l. t������s i(i.2-') -> d *1 i"'('���������  ne������u   in-mi sti.-..ifjlM������.u  landings ������nd  railwy dti.ot .    Klailiic i'������i6 every t'.v  minutes -qi-.il pans ol   thsi eiiy.   *ai  itad t-k    "���������������<���������- c;'ll- d.  V. f ATNRS, Proprieter,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   ������   ''1  Passengers can leave Victoria daily-  at 8 p. in. or 11 p. in..  TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS  Shortest     route to    Femie, B. C,  and  ALL   KOOTENAY POINTS.  For rates,     folders,,   sleeping car  reservations a'ul all. information call  on or address  S. G. YERXES K. J. BURNS  G.W.P.A., 75 Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria. B.C.  1  1111V/UVJ JL J.  ... J^i. V *������.  t-U   JL  UJ  -.. .*  V        *��������� 1VV*      m.   ���������KJ'At , f.  Stage leaves dai^g������:cept Sundays, connecting .with North  ,#  ��������� .jmuv-  ���������uuad trains.  Double sVage service Wednesdays Ljid Saturdays \vj  connecting, with  morning  and  afternoon trains.-'Fare from Victoria, Sin-/ ,;/  glc $2.40.    Return, $3.60. ''*  THROUGH TICKETF VICTORIA  TO ALBERNI.  v  Stage leaves Nanaimo Tuesdays  and Fridays" on arrival of ti ai-n from  a  Viottria.    Fare  frem  Victoria,   single $5.20t    Return $8.65. ���������%  B8xcursien rates in effect to all points, good going Saturday an* Sunday,  returning  not  later  than Mondday.  GEO. L. COURTENAY.  Traffic, Manager.    _%  ,     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  i  %  I  ESQUIHALT & NANAIHO  RAILWAY CO.  B, V  Dont be alarmed. You can get  all lhe EriPIRE CIGARS you  want.    For Sale Everywhere.  NOTICE OK ASSIGNMENT.  PUTTING ON  NEW PAPER  is  the mest elTective and most economical method  of  improving      and  brightening  up  the  interior  appearance of your dwelling.  From the many beautiful patterns  ���������many of them exclusive���������in,- our new-  line, we are certain you cah select  exactly the right paper to ������uit ypur  taste and purse. Let us. show you  our handsome array of styles.  HARRY KAY  HOTFL  LADYSMITH  RATES���������$1.00      per    day.      Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and  Cigars.  First  Avenue, Ladysmith, D.  C.  D: CI WHITE.  HILBERT  will he rigidh  The sf-Iicdiili  dniwli up hy  iiiccliiiK l:' !  '.villiin Iwc v..'  jircsidciil, :.i''  ca'iic-I al i '  sibuy  linr     '';  !)!iid i '!���������' n  ���������<; s :���������.; >;.'l  Hie I-;.;.���������;!!(���������  ma Ichcs.  ������ni Al iv !),  \'a.iic<iii\-cr  liiigham.  ���������   .   ino   meeting.       '1 ho  ''���������: "  each  fluh   wai:   :��������� crl  .' sivc  ul'  what  r- a"  lie  ��������� ������������������jtcr.    The Siinlii !'���������.>: ; ;iil  ���������i   ,-.s   l!e  official   hall     of  ;i!.d   iiii-st   he  used   in   ;ill  'he opcniii;!;  game   will   he  when   Vici i)!'i;i   ; !;:vs  in  Lind   lOvcrcl 1   opens  in Bel-  PUT TTP Oil SHUT ITP.  Oui'to a liir.-e crowd asscmided  aro'i'ind Messrs. I'.lair anil Adam's-  ������torc Aviadow last evening, attracted  by the presence of a small silver cip  in the window. The article was placed there as a     token of the anxiety  Pursuant , to the Creditor's Trusts  Deed Act and .Amendments:  Notice is hereby given that V. Gc-  aoni, carrying on business in the City  of Ladysmith, li. 0., as a jeweler, 'by  Deed of Assignment for the benefit of  his creditors dated the 2 ith day of"  March, 1 !)();">, made in pursuance oi  lhc Creditors Trusts Deed Acts and  Amending Auts has assigned unto  Xicola Caioline, of Nanaimo, li. C,  all his real and personal estate of cv.  cry nature ��������� and kind iu Trust to pay  .-���������is credit ms ratably their just  claims without piefi ri ucc or priority according to  l������w.  The said deed  of     Assignment,  was  executed by the    sard V. ,GeBoni iU  Nicola     Caioline on   the U-ltli day,X)f-  March, 1005.  All persons     having claims against  thc     said V. Genoni  are reijuestcd on  ,r      ���������cforc tlie.      lath of  April,   lilli'i  'orward full     particulars to  thc said  \Mcola Caioline duly -.vj-'iul and   she  nature     of     the"   securities  held  by  them,  if any-    And     notice is hereby  given that    after the     loth of April,  it;*,  l!-0")  the trustee  will proceed  to dis-   y  tribute     the     assets     of the eslaic1-"  among thc.     parties entitled  thereto, ,   ;  having regard      only to those claims ' \,}  oi which  the trustee snail  then have   jj|  notice, and the said trustee shall not i ^  be     responsible for the assets or any   if  part    thereof so     dislrilmtcd to a.nv   R  fierson     or     firm     of whose debt, or i \U  claim he shall     not (hen have notice.  A meeting of the creditors will hc  held on. the Iflth day of April, 1005,  at 10 a m. at Hie'ofTice of Russell  Simpson,   Solicitor  for lhe   Assume.  Dated this 24th day oE March, lfl(J5.  NICOLA  GAIOLINE,  Assignee.  HtNHV'S NliRSfRifS  NEW CROP���������  HomeGrown &   Iinporied  GARDEN,     FIELD     and FLOWER  I       SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern  prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010   Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Baily, except Sunday, between Nanaimo and Vancouver, leaving Nanaimo at 7, a.m., and Vancouver after  arrival of C.P.R. train No. 1 or 1  p.m.  For information  regarding  ireight  and passenger rate apply to purser  on board.  GEORGE L.  COURTNEY,  Traffic Manager, Victoria, B. p.  BOOTS  AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing ��������� and making to order   ���������  speciality.  THOriAS  MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, O.OLD AND  SILVER ORES. _ ���������        ���������  Smelting Works at  UDYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or,the Sea  ���������iU  THOS, KIDDIE.  I CLERMONT. LIVINGSTON, . -,  | General Manager. .Smelter Manager. ,f|  W-  SILER. 7..  G BAIKAL EXPRESS AND  /     DELIVERY^  WORK PROMPTLY fu    ���������  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  GEORGB YUEN  Merchant  Tailor ���������  All kinds of clothiug cleaned anch  i  .epaired. ��������� -        '  J-BMi-.'lT****1  '���������   '   ******-  RATRS $2.oo PER DAY  SAMPLK ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BB t'  WINES, LrQUORS. CIGARS  HOTEL  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  X  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  Vv EXPRESS WORK  A  SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  a  X  m  X  :  X  X  X  |pHQNE 66  X  ^���������^���������)-Ve-v������������������^������*������e-������e^e^e^e *. --.-.  X  X  1,1  X  LADVSMITH |t  TICKET   OFFICE  and  Yates; St?.,  Cor.   Government  Victoria, B. C*  3  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains  Daily  3  \\M. MUNSlE, President  A re You  Going'East-  Then be sure your tickets read  the (,  via  I  One of which is the famous "North  Coast Limited,". Ride on it always.  Up-fo-date Pullman and Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through pickets isgueel to all paints East and  South, also Pullman' tickets issued  and berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points  Eastl from Marc|i 1st to Ma.'y''16th.  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Very low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved  by wire.  For  further  particulars call  at the  offi or phone No. '15C.  A.  ir  CARLTON, C.  E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P., General  Agent  Portland,  Ore. Victoria,  B.C  J.  W.  COBURN, Man.  Director  Telephonej4G.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   PIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturer     o!���������  Rou h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln  Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber in    Stock.  Don't be satisfied to work  along1 in the same old way  for low wages. We can  help you carve out a successful career. Thousands  have increased their salaries  by following' our plan. We  ���������.���������.an train you in spare time,  and af. small cost, for any  or I'no following positions:  Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, or  Mining Engineer; Electrician; Surveyor;  Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper; Stenographer j. Tesshor; Show-Gard Writer;  Wlridsw Bresser; or Ail Writer.  Writo TODAY, stntlng which posl-  tion interests you, to  INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence    Schools  3ox 799, SCRANTON, PA.  OU CAM. ON OCB LOCAL BBPBESEITlTIVai  The  only  line  now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and      MINNEAPOLIS    with       thc  through    trains    from    the     Pacific  Coast.  ,-THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,  THE   LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151   Yesler Way.  Seattle.      ���������  THEJ0NES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Qoorr Table, Good Bed and Go-jd Bar  (Half Block from Depot.)  HIGH STREET, LADYSMITH  . J. Quinian  DENTIST  Stevens Block, Ladysmitli, B.C.  Dentistry  in  all  its  Brunches;  every  new appliance.  Tim CANADIAN BANK  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000)  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  ,'B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'1 Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under     3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $10        *' " $30    10 cents  "    $30        " " $50......   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any oflice in Coriada'ofa Chartered Bank!  (Yukon excepted), and al the principal banking- points in the United States.    ���������  MItOOTIABLK AT A  FIXED RATE AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE,-LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with safety and at small cost.  LADVfTJTH BRANCH -  W.  A.  CORNWALL.  Maaag������������������r|  EUROPE HOTEL  J. GJACHERO, Prop.  Newly    furnished,    everything   the  best, finely stocked bar.       Transient  rate, $1.00 per day.    Monthly   rate,  $23.00.  First Avenue . . . Ladysmith, B. C.  Best  accommodation  for  transient  ! and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND     HOTEL  The Kings Hotel is the only place  in Ladysmith that has on draught  John Lahatt's Imdia Pale Ale. Call  around and sample it. ,   This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  date. Rates $1.8(3 a day and upwards.  Ladysmith   1'prnple No. 5 Rathbone  Sisters  meets,  in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd  and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.  m.   ' ^ vfiRfD0B| pw.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary. ^^ ._. ;_. .^ ._..LadysHlith  LADYSMITH  BAKER1  HOP LEE '& C'O,  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATL-|  BAKED ANB FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER L������AJ  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to b������ dj  livered at auy time.  Employment Agenc/J  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual  subjects  taught;  also      laJ  guages,   drawing   in   pencil  and era!  ons, paint ng, in  oils  and wa|;er-c������  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gjj  en in classes- or individually.  MISS  BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B. C.  V 1  THE DAILY LEDGER  t  ,  V',  a;  I  I-*  H*  >l.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  THE BIG DIAMOND.  ; and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon J  ! Territory���������������������������A,,- free miner   may   obtain  < >*������������������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������+*+*  Pift AND  TZOUMLEMHOTEL  W. P,  KEAST  Pharmacist  5T^^C=r*rrrr-rr  SS3EEr55  WHITTOME  [only two leases of five miles each for  diamond found in South'a term of'twenty years, renewable in  been named the Cullinan, ithe discretion of the Minister  of the  of    the Chairman of the ^erior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have,  or who may receive,  entries for bar  diggings or, bench claims,  except on  the Saskatchewan  River,   where  the  lessee'may drcgde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee  shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each fiva -miles,  but where  a person  or  company    has  obtained more than one lease       one  ha e a   value of $45,000,000, if from J dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction  is sufficient.   Rental,  $10     per  annum for each mile of river leased.  The big  Africa has  in    honor  company controlling the Premier  mine. Although a magnificnt treasure, the Cullinan diamond is only a  part of a larger undiscovered stone,  from which it has been broken off  during its geological wanderings.  Owing to its size the discovery  which astonished the world on January 26 has an indeterminate commercial value. As measured per.carol   the stone    has been estimated to  *#A*A#A������  Brewing  NANAIMO,   B. C.  Co  flanufacturers of the  In British Columbia  3,012 carats it    should  be cut down  to half its     present size,; but this is  improbable.    "Nevertheless,    even   if  ralsd at     fS,000,000 it represents too  much money    and is too large except  as contributory     to  royal  splendor.  Thc Excelsior     diamond,  of the Ja'  -ersfontein  mine,   weighed   971 carats  when found,, and after cutting it became reduced to 230    carats,  but even this surviving portion remains unsold.   In this     perplexity it has been  ���������suggested that a    public subscription  be raised to     purchase    the Cullinan  and present it to King Edward.    Tt  is oWious that this     monstrous diamond    illustrates     that one can find  "too much of a     good thing." Thirty 100-carat   stones would have been  more marketable.  -o  ���������  SYNOPSIS     OF    REGULATIONS  FOR  DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA  THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite.'   Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at~thc rate  of ten cents   per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gioss   out-  Quartz���������Persons  of eighteen  years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free mini's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50. to $100 per annum for  a company.according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  lame with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, one  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  the mining recorder in lieu thereof.  When $500 has becn expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister  of     the Interior  to   locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2_ per cent, of thc sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T.,  excepting the Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  <:hewan   River claims are either bar  or  bench,  the former being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low water  mark.   The  latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank,  but not   exceeding 1,006 feet.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  Royalty at the rate of 2������ per cent,  collected on tlie output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six' leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term : of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lsfcday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the. base line or  general direction of the creek, or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked by. two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing nor-  tices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles-of mining Recorder's office. .One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's certificate,,  The! discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims  only.  Entry fee, $16.   Royalty at the rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  Vukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     anil  free miners may work" their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.    A claim may   be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  . A certificate that work has been  done must bc retained each year; if  not, the claim A All be deemed to be  abandoned, and open to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Dominion lands in Manitoba,...the.Northwest-Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for  petroleum,  and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not execee  throe times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  in'paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 040 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of SI.00 per acre and  tlie remainder of the tract reserved  namely, 1,280 acres will be. sold  at the rate of three, dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.   A.   SMART.  Deputy Minister  of  tho Interior.  Department   of the Interior,  ***** ***************  Lager Beer >ndj Porter Guaranteed Brewed  from the|Best Canadian Malt rnn Hops.  TEN DOLLARS REWARD.  The Union Brewing Company will pay $rO reward for information  which will lead to'the arrest andgconviction any person or persons  destroying Union Brewing Company's kegs or bottles, or failing to return the same.  Miners' Drilling Machines,  v '.���������.*.���������  Made;to order ,'andJRepaired at short notice.     Drill Sharpened I y   n  alwaysgivee satisfaction.    Picks handled and repaired.  Shipsmithina in all its Branches.  Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.  David Murray  Buller Street   -   -   -   - :Ladysmith; E$   C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARKETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE FROM EAST OF  THB  ROCKIES. YOU WILL GET THE BEST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  PANNELL   &   PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK, GATACRE  STREET,/ LADYSfllTH, B1  \x  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. x |  PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE  MOVED  PROMPTLY AND SAFELY  Stables la rear of Ladysmith Hotel.   Leave orders at the Abbottsford.  WILLIAMS  AND   WASKETT  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4������I  X*>X*X������X4>X������X'X������X*>X9X4}X������   XtX������X*Xm~X*X-X������X������XtiX-Xt  ��������� X  I Delivered in Any Part of th City f  EveryAfternoon  High Grade  The satisfaction of dealing with i  high grade firm ol established reputation, whose name stands for something definite and substantial is a  most important consideration when  purchasing FURNITURE, CARP-  PETS, CURTAINS, ART GOODS,  SILVERWARE, CHINA,' CUTLER-  RY, GLASSWA, etc.  Large illustrated catalog        ue and price list free for asking.  vhm*Mn  VICTORIA, B.C  iThe Daily Ledger!  X ���������- m  Cents  %>e\r   Month j  m.X9X������X*>X4>X4>X*>X4>X������X-X9X������Xt)X~XrX9X~X4iX4>X4iX4iX>#  To  Make Hard Times  Good  and Good Times   Better  Buy Your Meats Krorn  H. & W. MEATMARKET  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HAH.  DWWARE STORE.  WE OAN SATISFY YOU  M. R   SIMPSON.  Solicitor,  Etc.  Money   to   Lean  1st Avenue    -    -      -   LADYSMIT  J  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING  of all  kinds  promptly,  attended to.     Shop on <*&ta<*re    it.  ���������I'-.V; LADYSMITH       DAILY     LEDGER  LOCAL ITEMS  Rev.   Father  Vereke  re tinned  the morning train from .Nanaimo.  on  Mr.  A. McMurtrie, armed with all  modern equipment for, legitimate fishing,  went down the line  this  morning.   ���������  els oi the kikc, took to the n\ei.  One of them liilled a six and a half  hull'pound steclhcad. Both fell victim  haiipound steclhcad. Bath iell ucUnib  to the Jock Scot. The ri\er is  clearing now and the sport is excel-  'lent.  Peter Scbllick, who was badly injured in the Tunnel at Extension  about'seven weeks ago, is about on  clutches.���������-.', His ankle is still in plaster of paris bandages, but is steadily improving.  Another, illustrated lecture will bc  ghen' in the Methodist Church this  evening at 7.c0 by the pastor, on "A  trip through California and the Yellowstone Pane." The pictures arc ex.  cellent." A collection will be-taken in  aid of. the church. ..All are cordially  invited.  Messrs. Watson, Conway, and the  Portland: Hotel people are entitled  lo credit for the street improvement  they; are making. If everybody  would do equally well, we would  soon have streets that would be a  credit to the city.  Tom Service and his -partner, who  have spent the winter in, the Majiiba  mine neighborhood, in trapping came  in after supplies a couple of days  ago. They brought in .some line  martin and other furs,, but have not  had  a-'particularly  good  season/  A private letter received here from  Edmonton", states that Messrs Geo.'  Porter, W. Campbell, Pelkey, Lively  and Comley, who left here for Al-  i berta some time .ago, have.'arrived  safely and are highly pleased,^ wiih  tin; country. Mr. Porter has already bought a piece of land  to farm.  FEW  OF THE  CHOSEN ONES.  There  was no meeting  of   thc\city  council   last   evening,~a -quorum    not  being formed.   At .7 o'clock there assembled-on .the city hall  steps Aldermen Nicholson,-l-Jaworth, Malonc and  the city clerk, all looking as though  they had resigned   themselves for an  'hour    or  two's  hard   work,   but  as  time' went on  their  look  of re.sign.is  lion    gave place to one  of anxiety,  which      at   T.lii   also   vanished   aiid  once again the faces of the. aldermen  looked      cheerful,   as   flic   city   clerk-  .smilingly    , informed   the   assembled  ones that as no  quorum   was formed  there would be no meeting, and arming himself with Ins important looking books and .many papers,  proceed-1  OUR LITTLE  TROUBLES.  The following,, taken from the Cum  beiland News, goes'to show that all  is not peace and brotherly love, even  in Cumberland'  "The Council will   no  longer  print  by-laws in the local papers, for by a  new-born   notion of the Mayor,  tnis  is   not necessaiy.     He fails  to     see  that      the publication of  these    bylaws is a convenience to the    public  who  put him    where    he is,      and is  about the least. that can be done for  public  weal.    Yet,   though   the  local  press gets a knock out,,  the bid of an  outside papei,      the  Victoria Times,  for a -small mattei  of V7."> for an advertisement.. in  their "supplement,"  ca-'i within  an  ace ofdiawing      the  city purse strings."  S38S.-E32E i.  Soft  Shirts  ijvjki  k -���������*  &  J.   E.   SMITH HELD FOR TRIAL.  Continued from Pugs'One.  him 1 made 1.0 trouble. He thin  told me to ask the hi lie gnl what.  I did.  ��������� Here witness' evidence is omit ted.  Witness then went, on to say that  he had asked Docile to excuse him,  and he (Docile) had fold him le  would if his wife would, Mrs. Docile had said that she would excuse him,  and  Docile had  told     him  Hieic won'I be a stifl flout  shirt in sight as soon as 1 ic  sun conies out good and hot  These aie the days when a  man's shut is the all-impoi l-  ant part,of his liiake-up, both  foi looks and foi  comfoit  We've everything that's good  in  SUMMER  SHIRTS  .  $1 00  to  $2 001  IS  I ml to take himself back once more to   not   to   again come   to   the  pi onuses,  his 'office  at   fire    foot   of flic     hill,   and he ncvei  again went     This tom-  An entertainment of. rare excellentoj  will be .provided in "this city by.jyir.-:-:  Gleason  and  Mr.  G. I-I.  Lariigan,   of  Yicloria,   on  Saturday  evening  next..-  Mrs.' Gleason  and Mr.   Larrigaii    ar.<  well   known   as   capital .entertainers,  bolli on  the island ami mainland,  the  former., having  recently  appeared      ir  Vancouver  where; her  elocution    wen  very 'complimeli.tary  notices 'from -a!1  the Terminal   City   newspaiieTsTTs;'!-'  daily   for    her   Scotch,   Irish,    .Va::'.'  keo and other dialects.  April magazines     now  Knight's 3ook Store.  on sale n'  Tyce shares are now quoted in Lon  Hon" at about thirty shillings.  SHOOTING GROUNDS.  The work on the new recreation  grounds up near the Pilot Hotel, i%  going on steadily, and it will not  be long before the ranges are ready  for use, and tiie shooting grounds'.'foi  pigeon matches, in good shape. . 'iliv.  boys doing the work are enlifkd��������� it.,  much credit. ��������� '-,'���������'  Those  who  Jived  at   the   bottom   of  the. lull   were,   perhaps,   inclined      to  grumble.    Somehow   they  seemed    io  Uibjcct  to  climbing-the  precipice  for  nothing.   "Where arc  the absentees'.'''  .vas  the question.  The mayor,  if seems, is spending a  few weeks 'back east, flic acting-.may.-.  ':>]���������.' was Spending, an enjoyable, hour cr  two in the Extension '-mines, white  flic reason for one of flic aldermen's,  ton-appearance '-is pti t,' down, to more  than one cause. Some say he .. was  : nil,' fishing, In.f. it is whispered'' that  ���������he gentleman objects to carrying a  'anlcrn, and as' there is no elccfric  ight, and the nioo.i gets up. late  Micse days, and the obstacles in  the  oad-.between his residence and the  city hall arc-many in jiumlver, and .l.e  ias a strong objection   to  falling oy-  r  them; he decided not to come.  And      so  the  business  of  the. city  ;lands oyer for one! week.  EAGLES.  The local Aerie of Eagles holds its  regular  fortnightly meeting in     the  usual place, this evening, at   'flic, usual time.   -'��������� ���������     '".  ;    _*���������.���������_    .  FISHING.  Lent being in progress, the journey  down  the line this morning of a certain  hotel   proprietor,   from   all    appearances   bent   on   a fishing   expedition,  leads  one to  the belief     that  boarders  of the  local hotels  observe  this season faithfully and demand on  Firdays a feast of fish.   Between this  - and next Friday the fisherman should  have quite a good basket, that is, if  the sport is good.    The last time   he-  went    fishing    he is  slated   to  have  ��������� murmured on his return, as he ga'/.ed  on  the large number of guests-registered af the hotel in .question: "Two.  small    fishes;    but     what are  these  amongst so many?   : :*���������;  The material for thc local telephone  system in Duncan arri\oil loday.  . . * -  OVER 11,000,000 FEET.  The last of- the Cowichan Lumber  Co.'s cut of eleven million feet reached the boom in Cowichan Bay on llu-  3Lsf ult., after an .exceptionally sue  ee.ssfi.il drive. The company has not  yet, decided to start a logging camp  this season.  Saturday    last'' was   the. beginning  if a'-'daUy  mail  lo Brechin,   the,, new  '..ow'nsil'c'- at'.;.Departure   Bay,   which  has..been  steadily 'increasing in   population  and  importance'- as   the   new  nine has. approached  completion.   At  .lie  present time  there arc    quite'"-a',  argc.   number    oT  families    residing  ��������� here and ��������� il; is   to   the credit,o    the  lost office department  and   the nicni-  'icr    for      this    district,  Mr.; Ralph  'mitli,  that, their  needs  in   this part  office line have, .been so prompt ly  at-"-  eii(icfl.\ to.     .The, new.; pos.t-.officc     is  c|)t  by  Mr.   Jos. Watson,   who     is  i\ho'. the  proprietor''of  Bhiohinls first  ���������tore.     The mail is brought up from  ���������.here      every    afternoon   and   taken  lown from  Nanaimo post-office after  pie ted  Maccaiy's evidence.  Mr. Russell Simpson made a powerful speech for the de once, in the  ��������� course of which he alluded to the fact  J lhat_complain.ini in hei c\idence had  accused Smilh of indecent assault,  and that she had scicamrd He point  .o.d out that lhe man who was wo: Icing on the pi onuses at the time did  not hear the set earns, although the  distance..from the spot whole the assault -was '.supposed to have taken  place to whole the man was woik-  ing was only 2() feet (as shown bv  the constable's evidence) anil thai  other evidence had shown that window "jaiid' doois weie open lie  thought thai it was highly niipiob-  ablc. that any;, man would be likely  to rape a woman in broad daylight.  He also-referred', to the fact that the  woman had not laid tl>2 chaigc  against Smith until long aftei the  assault was supposed to have tak������'ii  ,;lace, He said siuh a chaigc was  easily -made, but it was a h.u.l matter to overt hi o\\ it It was cleai to  himthat the Docil's wanted to gi-l  Smith's propeity, and being una!) o  to do so fairly, they-had sought to  obtain if-, in some means b\ laving  this-' charge.  In concluding hc said theie was ah  solutely no evidence to show that any i  screaming  had  taken  place,  and   re-  I  ferrcd" to    the evidence of  Smith's  crippled;"-',-hand,   which hc con'ended  would' prevent   him  teat ing thc gai-  liicnts. as alleged   Tie .sa.wl Smith was  a respectable   man   with a good   reputation in town.   He asked for'a   dismissal of-the case,  After speaking  at some length   for  the prosecution'Mr.. Young said that.  Store closes  at six o'clock every evening except  Satin day  DRYSDALE - STEVENSON  New Yoik, Apiil 4.���������Al lived, Rot-  tcid.un from Kotteidam and Boulogne- .     . -���������..     ..,.-     -" -'     ,-  ���������   ������... ���������  The D G S. Quadia, which lias  foi a long time been utidoigoing an  ovcihaul and being alteied and ie-  paned at Esquimalt, came fiom the  ways yes lei day and was biought to |  the inner hai hoi to be made icady  to lcsumc service tending thc lights  and aids to navigation in Bntish  Columbia wateis.  About/1>10,i)0() has been spent on  flic Dominion's steamei at ithe ways  oi the 11.C. Mat me Railway Co., at  Esq in malt A new mam deck 'us  been built. New bilge keels nave  been made, a number of njates in-  juted bv the stranding of the vessel  in Not thotn wateis befoic the last  commission of Iho vessel expied la'it  fall, have been taken out and replaced oi sti.lightened as the case 10-  qlined Fiamos have been icpatred.  Thc machinery of the vessel has been  given an extensive overhaul. The  vessel has been cleand and painted,  ami is now in first class condition  foi   (he  season's'work,  Unlike   the  little Warlike   Kestrel,  with   Iho  lam   bow,   the  Quadra     is  not    \o be    aimed   with   quick-fning i  Not donfoldts.���������Colonist.1    , I  Garden  We have on hanl a complete assortment of garden seeds, : including  RADISH  CAULIFLOWER  TURNIP  ���������   -.1 t i  BEET  BEANS  PARSNIPS v  CUCUMBER  m      i' i  -  CARROT '  Also a large variety of Flower  seeds. Our lawn grass seed cannot  be excelled in quality and price.  [SIMON LEISER &C0 Ltd.  Bg3J3S~������*Sfe������x--  T1IM  NEW GYM^ VSH M.  The   ('ovv'iclian   Wmig   Mens   Association, to iibo     an onginal e\pios-  jsioit,  fills a long lelt want    liuuu.ui-  ated scaicoly two months ago, it ha-,  alieadv a mom' ei'-lnp of About seventy.     It   ucii.vs   tho giound   flooi   ol  the  I 0(1 i     bii!din������   on   Slnlion  St  and   the  in ,I".K   gatho'tig  in       the  rooti s is ,i pleasant  si������ht    Tho lctul-  mg room  is amplv supplied with  the  pii'.cipnl ncwspapois and  periodicals,  a'so chess and diaught   boatds     The  billiind  loom lias al   pio-ont a small  table���������soon to be icplaced  by a ittll-  ",iovvn   specimen     The   gvn nasium   is  fuM'    iii'iuslied      with  all  math nety  no(os->aiv   lo   the  complete   de������eIop-  fi'1   of fhe human  foTm divm*   Mr  I us ii'*,  secietaiy ol  the Tvoe (o,  is  ||iesidont,  ami   Mt    Kenneth   Dim:an,  sociyLaiv-lte-iWiicr     Tho   gentlemen  who  originated  the idea and < at nod  the   Association  to  its piescnl   four-  ishing condition deserve, and have no  ('o ibt   received, the hearlv ^thaul s  of  the you no. men of the distiicl   j���������   the arrival of the S.S.  Joan in   the .in his opinion this was a case for   a  '.fternooii.    The  posf'office , will     not ; jury  to decide upon and asked      the  only  serve  the   residents  of  Brechin, ! magistrate  to  commit the  man   for  'i.ut also many other residents oil the   trial.  diores of Departure. Bay, who    have .    Mr.  Geo.  Thompson adjourned    the  !)cen  agitating  for  a  daily   mail-ser-| court for a few minutes to co: sidcr,  ice for .some time���������I-Icrald. /and  upon resumption said  that there  THE   CREAMERY   AT   DUNCAV  The Cowichan Criiainery's output  for last -.mouth was .10,60(5 pounds;  an increase of over 2,000 pounds on  the corresponding mouth of last year-  There is a brisk demand for thc  whole turnout at 30 cents per pound.  ACADIA  Boneless Codfish  Makes  the finest BONELESS COD-FISH STEAKS  ever sold.    It is put  up in two-pound boxes, and is sold at    twenty-five cents per bow  SOME WANTED LARGER ONK.S  A ��������� score or more of diciples   of Isaac  Walton  came  up  on   tlie 2nd     lo  fry their skill on Somenos Lake, and  there wore  very  few  vvlio did  not go  away delighted with their day's sport  The Qtiumu-iian  Hotel  has as uiiosls  G.   Dolabell,   Victoria;   Rev.   W.       K.  Dunham, Sappcrton; T.  P.  ti-add and  J.  S.  Martin,  Vancouver.   T/.oiihaleni  I .Intel,   I''.   W.  Stevenson,   S.   Le^-gerl,  iUrs.   !{.  IT. Pooley, Col. and Mrs. A.  '.'.   S.   ilavter,   W.   Christie,  Mr.  and  \V.   .Ioiics.   Mr.   .-,ikI   Mrs.   G.   F.   Maf-  Ihcvvs and  ch.ilil,  (l.  A.   Lewis,   l<\   I).  iiu-shor,   Victoria;   W-  ��������� '   rado;   b'..   K.   l)ic's;in.  W'alvvrth,  \'anc(iiivcr.  ,   Al...   Sjr|-.-<>r.      f-'oMie  ��������� out lemon,   not  ' i :t cat  AlcDougall  I . Linton  T. Klla. ���������  .1. Moi. s  of Ih" al ���������  with t''.e i  W. T. HEDDLE   CO.  William?' Block  Particular Grocers.  Telephone 1  Grand Recital  ON   AI'IIIL  HTH.  Hy Mrs     GlOii.sou,  lhc. faliiited elo-  oulionist who     usually  loops h:*r au-  dionre. conviilsc.l   with   laughter, while  Air.     r.ii.rrigaii     never fails lo charm  was certainly i;o evidence on hand to  justify.the charge, but. at the same  time fhe only thing for him to do  was to comma I. Smith .for trial at the  next assf/.cs. lie further remarked  that (here, would he no troul.de about  hail.  .hist before going to press if was  learned a I, this ollice that bail is  being  arranged   for.  Now Postoflice boxes vvill he  stalled in Nanaimo soon by-  department. .   '  in���������  ti e  A  COMING  EVENT.  The  Saued   Cantata,   "The    Footprints ol   the  Savior," given a    few  months   aao    with     such   success  hy  Duncan talent, is, by special ieques>t  lo   bc lepcaled  on the  IS tli  inst.,   iu  the Agncultuial Hall       \s thc wing'  built on the  hall  have  marly  douhl  od   the  flooi   space,   it   i^  hoped   t'u1.  coin foi I able      sillnu.1, accommodation  will   bo   found   foi tho  uowd     which  will,  no doubt,  galhei   lo  heai    this  aule  woik  vvoitlnlv  mulcted  _ .t.   RUSSIA HOPES FOR NEW  FRIENDS  -  (Continued ftom Page One.)  o     Jeiusalcin,  Constantinople    and  Tangiei   a h\ed plan  to uphold Turkey  in Moiocco and  "cieatc a   Mussulman peiil,"     which "is ^Geimanv's  answei   to   liio.it   Britain's   "yellow  peiil,"    The papei  evpiesses the belief that if will result m s sUength-  ening of  the bond     between    Gieai  Biitam      and  Prance,   the  embittci-  ment  of  the  feeling  between  France  and   Geimany,   and   incieascd  armament, but that'theie is no  possibility of wai, since Beilin fully compie-  hcitds   the  madness  of a conflict with  Great Britain and France   allied.   In  the  discussion  of  peace'several    papers   refer   to  the  Associated    Press  despatches   which  have  been  re-telegraphed  from. New York, laying special   stress   on   the statement      that  the negotiations  were originated    by  Russia, but avoid any extensive    editorial comment.  IGAT1.CRE SI.  LADY5I3UTH  Patterson's Buscuits  We have just received a full .i.s.soitmcnt of  those Biscuits which wc  guaiantee to be STRICTLY     FRESH  We also have these in the f ol lowing-  Jumbles, City Mixed, Regent;.  In   Wafeis  we  have  the following  Salt,  Oatmeal,  Cambiidge,  Giaham.  Raspleirv      Tarts,  " /  I-Ioncy  BL-K1R St T\JD7\T^  Carlisle    block  g*$%33B8S������L~z  -*  ill  w  iJLi *- !���������;laminations  jililof ihargo.  HEADACHES  the     result of eys     si raining, cured  and sight tests free  AT  The Farmer's  Meat Market  Geo. Roberts, XiX   Prop.  W, G. Fraser  Merchant TaiIort  (i.st Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand Call early and  get your choice.  .,- ^ .���������..������������������c:-'-;..;,i?jvii.';V..'  !1\  WB.FOReJMnER'S  fc         :-.;:.'-::::.:-.,:-.:^.  :V*. WATCHMAKER,   JfiWELER,  OPTICIAN ."ik  JwFirst Avenue,   X   X  X     Ladysnilh,   IL C. ;-f  ^PlSk&���������������/���������������?'if >ie?-mV��������� mf.&.m*.m*.m*.m*.    ^.,&.-+.*&.*?.������-_?.nJ.*.���������>.������*. **.J'm^.  with   his   pii-eola   and   violin,  and have a good time.  Come  'io.kets fiflc. 35c., and 25c  Ih  'est  one and   I wo  ud-  r^-r-r^?':  ... ^^^SEB^SSSKEE?sB!SSSS^^aSi3SSsSS  resign  u  Eschatlcts,  Cabbage and Tomato plants  Ordors  tallen for   Roses, Ornamental  Fruit tress.  and  r^*c=-JtP.-*,g.'x,*^rx������a,M*.������*������ ci  At Morrison's, Ladjrsmith, B,  |     lluda Post,   April L���������The executive  committee   of   the   United   Opposition  parties  yesterday   rejected   the    proposed compromise between  the crown  and   the   combined   opposition       by  which  it would  lie possible  to form a  oabinol.   In consortence of the action  the   breach   between   the   crown   -and  tho   parliamentary   majority   has   be- i  come  wider  than over.   The Emperor |  has   requested   the  house   to  adjourn  until  a solution can  be reached.   -*   At  the  meeting  of the  Vancouver  Chess     and   Checker  Club held last  week- in  the clubroom in  Vancouver,  it was decided, to hold a club tournament  for   the  purpose of classifying-  the players.   The tournament is n.pon  I! to-all  members  of the el lib in good  slanding, -and   all  those  intending  to  play in cither the chess or the checker   division  are  requested  to  signify  I heir intention to do so by Thursday,  April Ct.li, for which date another full  business meeting is called.  Charlie Dunn  ���������any  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW    SPRING   AND   SUMMKR GOODS  -JUST ARRIVED.  Charles Dunn, of the above firm,   visits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose of taking  measurements  and     seeing customers    personally.   May  be seen at the  Hotels.     We guarantee all  stock and  a perfect fit at   the  lowest, possible  rates.   Shirts  rrom    $l!i.(il> up.   Pauls  from $4.00  up. All  Hand-made. a ������, ��������� = -  WE HAVE MUCH PLEASURE  ,'������������������  in announcing  that   we have purchased the stock in trade of E.  ROL-  STON, and we trust by close attention-  to business and the courteous treatment of our customers to merit a fair  share of your business. We are revising our prices and now is the time for  bargains in several lines.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  N. B.���������A complete new s,ock of fishing   tackle ha  just a rived.  Some good Residences For Sale  Call and get particulars.  Agency of the Esquimalt  6c Nanaimo Ry. Co's  BOOKS FOR  Sale &  Exchange  ew-  ���������At���������  HMxanffJttwm  in Tm-iiniiM>win  &  JOHN STEWART P. O. Box 268  FIRE,   LIFE  AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.  CONVEYANCING NQTARY   PUBLIC.  HOY'S BAKERY  10c. and 15c.  1st   \ venue.  Lad/smith  BARBER    SHOP AND BAIH ROOMS  The  ESPLANADE    between the  Grand atid Abbottsford,  WiLi,iAM Powers, Prop.  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  High St. Ladysmith  OPEN* AT ALL HOURS.  HAY, 6RA1N AM)  FARM PitODIM  Orders  will  be delivered  anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's,  on the  Esplanade.  JAS. WARNOCK.  i  i  I  111  9  $  I

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