BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Aug 3, 1906

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xdailyledg-1.0178219.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xdailyledg-1.0178219.json
JSON-LD: xdailyledg-1.0178219-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xdailyledg-1.0178219-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xdailyledg-1.0178219-rdf.json
Turtle: xdailyledg-1.0178219-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xdailyledg-1.0178219-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xdailyledg-1.0178219-source.json
Full Text
xdailyledg-1.0178219-fulltext.txt
Citation
xdailyledg-1.0178219.ris

Full Text

 -T--*--r*~  ~&%k*  W������S&  ���������'*/ *;������������&���������#  u,  VOL.,2  US/  "1  FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 190G.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  oe  FEATHERSTONE  COM. FOR TRIAL  i I*  -%.-$"^fc"  Will be Charged With Murder in  Nanaimo in the Assize Court  During October  DEB&U C0N1INUID  [DUWIOMlth  Thai  LOCAL LODGE  INSTALLS OFPlCtRS  LOT EVENING  -*���������$���������������*-  Tbo preliminary henrine   of  Robert  Dal ton,       oiler   which    Featherstone  I !  Stiles Featherstone.'"charged with tlic;   was  asked    if  be  had  anything      to (  [murder i of    Marj   Jane      Dal Lou   ai'say. ���������*   ,  j South  Wellington on'buturday,  July      '���������.Voicing  sir,' Was   Uie  only     re  121st came to an eiul last night when  piy made by'the prisoner aiid bo   re  "(.Magistrate Yarwootl committed tho  ���������Iprisoner to stand hr.s trial at tbe  {next term"'of the A&si/e court to   be  ���������jlield in this   city   some time   during  ���������jthc month ol" October.  'I\he  final   stage ' of.the  suniedj bis seat.' i ' '���������  . All ol tbe * e\ idenee, taken during  the preliminary, ti'iui was then 'read  by lhe Magistrate, each witness signing her or bis name to the part  hearing given   by them  during- the  tiial.  ���������A. scene was. created -in tbe* little  when thc court was declared open by room when the Meredith cirl'. clur-  Constable Stephenson, the little "Min- ing* the reading- -oi' her evidence,  ersj  Hall  was  crowded to   the  .dooi 'swooncd-*to   the    lloor   and bad.,    to  [took place   at, South Wellington, ewiel  by residents oi* the village,  who have'be   carried-outside  whei*e   she    after-  Ij shown keen   interest in the case ever' wards  revived,   but she  did   not <m-  since  the  brutal    murder   vvas     com-  tor   the-   room "again   during   the  en-  mitted,  nearly two weeks ago. ~       ,    tire evening. "  The only new evidence-taken  ' last' -When "Magistrate  Varwood  annount  night   was   that  of  "Mr.   F.   11.   Shop- ed   that ho -vvas  about    tc- read  oeit  herd,   provincial   land   surveyor''      of  Vie   evidence   of   the  Moreditli..    girl,  this    city,   who (pioduccd   plans       ol all  ol the ladies piesent retired with  South Wellington,   showing   thc scene tbe  single exception' of  the     witness  of the murder of Alary .lane "Dnlton  The plans were thre������*,-m' number  The first being n general plan of tbe  townsite of South"Wellington. The  second an enlarged plan of thc Dal-  tafti House, Bertram house and F.l.  lis bouse. Third, nn enlarged plan  of the Nicholas house. .. Those plans,  as to,���������the measurements,- etc, Mr.  Sjhepherd declared on oath to be  correct.  Magistrate "Varwood, then read the  Indictment against the'prisonei char  ging him  with'"the  murder "of "Mary  herseli, who as'stated., above, swoon-  eel away before half of her testi-  moi y hod been "gone over.  Aiter the evidence bad all been  read out, the Court again asked the  prisoner,*"if hei had anything to saj  to which be replied, "lhat bis counsel bad instructed him to say   noth.  inS-    . ' -.       i   .     -,  After  informing   nil   thc     witnesses  J      - T  thatt'hay    would each-have  tov. g*ive  "5300 bonds   to. guarantee their     ap.  Loudon,   August 2.���������The debate on  thc second reading  of the    Education  Mill   was continued   in the House of  Lords today.     Hefcri'ing   to the Bill  the Duke of Devonshire said  "   ft is  the   duty, ol this, 'bouse to show   tbe  country -that it is opposed to the vi<<  lent and' unnecessary disturbance   of  our educational    system    which     has  existed ' for   the    past   thirty   years,  and of which we havb ne) cause to  be ashamed. Until we hove done  ,this, and until we know how our efforts , nn this direction are' regarded  by His.Majesty's government arid,tho  other house of parliament, this house  will not be called upon to^take that  final and momentous decision which  at some\ later period will hove to be  iakca, and which' may involve eun  sequences   far witler- than * any     now  involved ~ in connection  with  the pro' bile  in /twelve hours  was  ma-lj u\v-  sentjjill."-     ' '       * U������Hlay lJy Judge Battle,  ol Seattle,  These words'from the   Duke       of! ?,ul * J**1*  "������ .inmrfs.    'lhe' paity  ���������    ���������    ... ' , .   .,       'Awe been  touring   Vancouver   island  Devonshire   are taken as foreshadow-'  mg ' a grave conflict in   both, houses  should the   government prove implac  able i and  not   being   In   a     measure  more in line with the opinions of thc  peers.  Last, even ing at the Unity Encampment, No. 3, I.O.O.F., tlie following  ollicers were, installed .,by District Deputy Grand Patriarch h*. Rowland.  U. P.-^Jas. Steele.  II.P.���������Wm.-IicUtie.  S.W.���������I). Davidson.  '.'J.W.���������Jas.  Kemp.  Scribe���������E. Lowe.   ���������'  Tieas.���������Thos. ^McMillan. S  Guide.���������11. Fulton.,  Inside SenLucl���������A. Rotf^ertsoii.  Outside Sentinel���������A. E. bmiUi.  First Watch���������E.  1-iowiandt  Second, Watch���������A. Poitiey.  Third .Watch���������J as. Oleum.  Fourth Watch���������,\V. Steele.  First U: ot T.���������'J bos. Doner ty.  Secofrd' G. oi T.���������D. Aiuthesoii.  EXCURSIONISTS  VISIT LADYSMITH  -*���������*-.  Steamer Joan Brought Over 300  Visitors to   ihe  City Last  Evening from Nanaimo  ���������*���������*������-  Si<akiifK ol the ,aut0 patty  passed    thiough Ladysiunn lece-utl*.,  the New Westminster ua-iy News'has-.  the iollqwuig.     An   '.tempt fr    j-*  vel lrom heie to Seattle by alio:-o-  Between three and. four hundred,Nanaimo  ladies   and gentlemen arrived  in Ladysmith last evening on the excursion steamer which was run    be-  tweeri^ NaHRimo ami l.aih smith. Many)  j friends ol the visitors ,wcro    waiting  I the arrival or^ the |bo*at at' the Trans-  ' for Wharf, their patience being imal-  fly rewarded by a fast walk back to  J bhe public' 'whorl at the opposite, end  which   ot the city,' where tlie Joan berthed-  It is  usually a go0tl deal of a con-  stood waiting.    T0 mamy during tho  moment ol suspense, came the    old  verse, "Jump, jump, ihoy, he obeyed"  However, in this case, there is nothing to tell about ''He ���������sianfc, tie rose,  he lived, he "moved, and lor tlie ship  struck     out."      With a back-handed,  wave to his friends he was ' leading .  behind, and a cheerful ^srnJe for those,  on4 board',     he yas gone, and before  any ladies in the vicimity had   time "  to faint,  was  making Ins way, along  the decks of   the steamer as   calmly  undruin to    (guess    just what wharf as> though he had never used a, gang-  the boat will choojMc, ai.0 ,last ' even- 'Plank in his life.  for the1 pabl  few days and aic  ing was,'no exception. However, thc  Ladysmith people reached the boat  in tinafr to say good-bye to the visi-  lors anid invite them to come again.  Just as the boat was pulling out,  t~,Z ! Wlt-h her nose poiiitang tQ the wharf,  1SADQWIE  FOLLOWER  pearnn<*e   at   the  "was' clism.is'socl.'*"'"'  assi'/e������s,.,.tbe  court  BLINDED ON  A VOYAGE  KEPT IN  SLAVERY  -%^-ik-  Seatllo, Aug. 2.���������As a result of  beating- about lbc ocean for days  while the British bark Omnasia was  beset by terrific gales, shortage oi  food aqd tho suoseqaient diet of  salt horse and sea biscuit, four sail-  oi"-* of tbe vessel became blind and  were unable to see right for more  than thirty days. ^ .1. Anderson, A  Pirkola. "Robert Anderson ' and A.  Bahridz are the lour men who sufl  ered loss of sight due to the salt  food. Pirkola is still suffering ancl  may lose tbe sight of his left eye a'U  |  together.  > \ The Oranasia experienced a tbrill-  |: ing voyage uom Shields, England  J to Seattle via Los Angeles. She left  Shields on .Inly 22, 1005. Arriving  Cape Horn, the craft labored for  .weeks in a vain attempt '.o round  the cape. Failing, she at templed to  Put back to Alontevideo. In th i.s she  .was unsuccessful, for terrific gales  again assailed her arid she was compelled, to make for 'the Cape -of.  .Good Hope.  It was intended to ta'*e the craft  .to Sydney, but food and supplies  ran short and she made for Cape.  .Town. During the interval',', how.  ever, between hot* arrival and when  fresh food ran out, the Sailors lived  oil salt meat.  feared, ns one after another of the  four lnetrmeyntipned above became pa  rtially   blind.  More than thrifty of. the sails were  either carried away or ripped by the  force of the gale     until      they were  -^.���������4-*-  liyhted with the beautiful scenery and  the'good toads  they found.  The s"l(art for iho rccoqd-hreaking  trip was/mad^ .from the Guichon ��������� (r  lei-about V30 o'cloc.v yesterday ,ii <  t'ernooo,' and from tlie point ol departure,: unlil the Fraser' river budge  was,'reached the speed limit was ccr  tainly" being violated by the jud^e  and his,, party. Once across Uie  biidfjp Jhe atilos were .soon speeding  for all'they were worth, aim with a  clear road there seemed to be a  chance Ithat they would . reach , Seattle in' the twelve-hour limit.  A. Buhzen, a .gentlemian who .arrived ou^'the G.N.R. la'si rmglu, saw tha,  party with their two aiitlJiino^iles at  lielliAgbam, wheic they had - dmner  before proeeedang on their way. "They  reaohed llellingham about 7 o'clock,  having taken over live hours to cover tho distance. When asked whether  tlie party liad a cliance to, g������t to Seattle within twelve hours,  Mr.  IJun-j  a cheer, went up from the   crowded  decks, and aided by' encouraging   ad-  Some of tlie baseball players who  drove down yest������r(day to administer  a defeat to the local clerks, wtero  also passengers on -"he Joan. They,  had played a gfood game' while here,  and were entitled to a ride home on  the excursion steamer. However, the,  home team played still better,   ' and  vice,    "Jiim" McKinnell,    the   well-  the Namaimo men only succeeded   in  known proprietor 6������ the Wilson Ho- scoring eight runs,  while tlie   locals,  tel, Nanaii'iiiOj, tnrriredlv mode his wayj secured eleven.     The playing of   the'  ,...._.       ... de_.  through the crowd en th*. -wliarf,  reaching the edge just as the boat's  nose cleared, and she began to pay-  oft. Mr. McKinnell had haul enough  ot Ladysmith, however, and was de-  lermined to use his excursion ticket home even if he had to take the  Swede's advice, and make it '-'in two  yumps." In* the m^anti'ine the cheering bad ceased, and with outstretch  ed.   arms    his  'friends on the boat hooks..  MAGAZINE  EXPLODES  iVew York, Aug. 2���������Another man  returned i'rpni Ploi icia to Gotham's  East Side ,vester-day with a story  of peonatje in Floiicia and another  lettui has been received lrom a man  there pegging aid. 'There are still  fifty immigrants   who  are known    to  have started for- tho Florida camps ' w't*s that she "would aUow no pork  'w. thin the lisi mx momths who-have.111 Ul������ hoUSC������ t������a)S htr husband.  not boon heard or sure*. ' ^l"'      ^ ^Sf that she   invited  the HMWieites ol Seattle to meet   at  ,  ���������**-%   Seattle, Aug. 3.���������William L. Chel-  lis is seeking separation from his  wile, on*the giounds that-she is a  Dowieite. i '_  ; Accoiding^to Mr. Cli������llis',qainplain^  liled' yesterday; his life mas' u^eirj made  miserable' by the practices of bis  wife, who insisted on holding meetings, of her religious sect at the Clied-  hs home and refused to attend to  her domestic duties*.  The couple were married iu Poit- zen,replied that  laud l.rlfc'H, and have one child, a that it could be done, as the roads poglie prairie, who had applied to a  boy Hi years old. Tluce years u^o, wens .pretty had1 on the other side of  savs the complaint, i\Us. Chell's be- tlic line, and from his own exper-  came ,i eonveit to Dowieism iLud m- lence he did not think the tup wen,,  fused to e0ok for hei husband. Mr. possible in such shoit time. He said  Ohellis   brother-in-law, - F. Buazelle,   that    Judge    Battle    anil 1ms party  in-held ol the Ladysmith team  serves credit, and not once did they  allow a ball to pass them. Michie,  too, for the locals, was there with,  the goods, unt 1 it came to, batting  balls thrown by a little fellow dbout  half his size. He says today that  the weather wias so warm that he  had to fan, but just the same, the  little fellowr.. threrw him some   fish-  Rivcrsiile, Aug. 3.���������Aibout 9 o'clock  he   did not thinlc  Monday evening, John S. Pteterson, of  J   oft*  is mentioned in,the cjtnplauil as  Uiitiicing     tbe     wile    to iollow  teachings oi i^owie.  One of   Mi;..   Uhellis'   peculiarities  in-   were covered   with  dl.ist and   giune,  the  and certainly  looked as if thev had  clerk of the Washington Commercial  Company lo purchase some dynamite  was told he might rgo to the company's magazine.  Uvu, Krul, \vh0 u\e(\ with bis sis  ter, airs. Joimie Abrahowity.,  came bonie alter Un absence m Florida, ot seven weeks. When lie ' left  thu eity for Uic lurpintine camps  lie vvas in good health. When lie  came homes ^ester'da** his sister did  not roioyn,ize him and attempted lo  du\e him rioiu the ll.u., liis back  was black ;unl blue with deep red  scars where lie said he jhad been |  whipped   by  tho   boss.  lie had been,taken U> .hi,cksoiiv"ille  he said, and liotu Lhero to "'Mateo.  Mo was then carried to a camp in  Iho. woods, where lhero were huts  and negro guards, At vhe end of  two weeks- ho said, ho I'ouud that bu  owed Iho Compiiny $*J*l above his  promised   ������1-  a   week.  Ho vvtis si ill strong and decided  Lo escape. ��������� lie ran away one night  and'-.in.- the nioruing found that be;  was lost. LaU;r in tho cluy 'bo-wus  recaptured   nnd       beaten.      The   next  therr home, where tliey made the  place unjnballit'a^de with loud sbi)g.������ng  aud-praying.  A few months ago tire wife is alleged to have -gone to Vancouver, H.  C, and to have peddlod Dowi/e literature out the streets and in salooiii..  There, rt is alleged, she consorted  with anotlier man of thc same h|qlief,  with whom .she is now living.  UNLOADING MOKAtON STOCK  lhe quantity required.   Peterson, ac-  compaiiired  by his  ten-year-old nephew, drove to the magazine, and   Peterson, leaving the boy to hold   the  team, alighted, opened the diqor   and  sLrtick a match   to see tlie location  of the cases of dynamite.   Tlie head  of the'lighted match (lew t,oi the floor  an-cl at once a  |>la/.e arose from it.  Peterson, whohas \liaid considerable  The*- Vancouver World of yesterday   experience with "Hercules No. 2" in  contains  the following:     Another re-   the mines,    turned on his heel    and  l,rjt*n, going the pace since they left  New Westminster earlier in the afternoon.  SETTLERS LOST  IN FULL COURT  HORSES FOR  REMOUNTS   ������+*   half miles  from tlie town, and  Montreal, -Aug.-3.���������Tbe hardy horse  of western Canada are in jemest as remounts for the British army. Col..  C. II. Bridge.,;, C.B., C.M.G., accompanied by Capt. Martin, arrived  on Sunday on the Virginian, antl  will proceed [t0 the west, stoppmig at  .       , Calgary and other points for   horses  about one and   a-|{rom  U3  ^  ^  j^ ^     [or  td ' which Col. Bridges declares there is  a great demand, if western iCanada  he says, can raise horses of that  kincL-and of the cyuality previously  bought, | which were thoroughly tested in the South African war, there  would be a practically unlimited demand for.them|for colonial purposes.  For a 'time''scurvy \v^| morning,   while   he   was   at   work    in  the swamp one' of those with whom  be had shared the company stores  slipped $80 to -him'.which the donor  said he had kep hidden iu a boot.  This man did not dare to escape, but.  iho begged    ICrill ~ to take  the  money  rendered useless;     Ctae entire   set   of  sails were lost, including hor supply of heavy weather canvass. While  laboring off the southern coast of  New Zealand the mi'/zen topgallant  mast was envricd away, as wns also  a portion   of her bulwarks.  The vessel is now engaged in loading pig iron and fire brick at. the  Wall street, clock. She in under char  ter 'to Balfour   Oufhrie &'   Company  niw.1 g*et north, so as to toll, of the  horrors of tho slave camp..  That night . when ICrill saw that  the guards were asleep ho slipped  through the "lines''and m twinged to  reach a. city. Ho worked his way as  far as Bnltiinoro and fropi there wal*^-  cd  to his   sister's home   in this city.  Mrs. Bernard Skiutt. of 292 Cherry Street, ^eceiwcl (he following letter   from   ber   son   yesterday,      dated  H has been reported lhat the Mormon theocracy in Utah is unloading  on ordinary joint stock corporations  some of, the industrial enterpriscii  which it has .been carrying as a community. But for this ���������ebiiiniunal organisation tha Mormon religion  would not have sulficcd to hold its  devotees'' together in the early days  pfi the Salt Lakie settlement. The  retirement, of the theocratic government, from one of its great funci ions  has uo 'doubt beeii made practicable  'by the .industrial, success of the .whole*  body politic and it has probably  been made necessary by the undermining effect of. gentile, influence on  the Mormon cmstitution. -Whelhei  polygamy as an institution can be  maintained after tlie communal system has weakened, -itema-ins to ho  seen.���������Toronto Globe.  The vessel .will  lake a cargo of lum- Mobile,    Ala.:  ber from this port to Australia.  "I do not   dare to  give   the exact  place where I am. This is written at  night and forwarded by a friend in  greater danger than I. If he should  bo caught with it he would be killed  like a dog, as others have been. I  escapednii'd walked 100 miles in four  days when I was round, brought' bock  ancl beaten. One thing I would say  and that is that the negroes would  not do it if they were not afraid of  the white men."  verse for the settlers in the E. &N.  railway belt, would he a correct enough description of the decision oi  the full court in the case of the E.  '& N. Railway vs. McGregor. The decision was on an appeal tal.en from  a decision by Mr Justice Maitm, m  which the title given to McCiregor,  under an act passed by the provincial legislature at the instance of Mr  J. H. llawthornthwaitc.  MvGrcgor was one 'among ajutnif.).-!:  of settlers who squatted on land     iu  the  KSqM-i'malt'&��������� Nanaimo     rariUvay  .h*:*lt.        Tlrcvdcchion of tlie full court  may be. "regarded -rs  m alii nig the'penultimate stage in a 'light 'which   has  il*ec:ii  waged for  'SO  years.      The dispute has always been.as to' whether  these squattprs  ari|;iiirecl  their     hind  from tlic go .���������eminent  before  the railway ���������'������������������belt     was constituted.���������'Tor    the  purpose  of  facilitating   the . huildiing  of  the  railway.    Tho  railway     company clainved the,lands, to.which the  government had  issued no deeds     entitles     with    the usual restrictions,  the principal of which is  the reservation'of co)il    rights.      As, how*vc*i-,  tiiese lands    were "in; many instances  known, and in many others believed,  to lie over    v.aliiaiile   coal deposits,  ihe settlers demanded crown   grants,  which  confer  the  rights  to  minerals  as tvv'ell as/surface rights.   Some litigation  resulted,    and  one case    was  carried   to the  privy council,   which  found in  favor of the company.     N0  member has ever been returned' from  that district either to' the Dominion  or fo the Provincial parliament   for  the mines, turned on his heel and  tUutcd for the wagon, calling to the  boy as he tan to bang cfi to the  horses, 'lhe hoises had started as  sooji as ihe blaze/flashed, but. Peterson overlooked theaii, clinvbed over  the end-gate and had nearly reached  the seal when the explosion occurred  I le went up inl0 the air, but. the  team kept goin^. and when he alighl*-  ed it was /on tlie ground- Tiie fate  of tl* boy was his first arrxiety as  he scrambled to hi|3 feet, and he was.  jusL about to shout the boys name  when he h������arcl the laid crying right  beside him. c*  '1 houirh  their clothes  were   consid-  AND THE JUDGE CRAWFISHED.  Supreme Court Judge Dickey, of  Ncjwburgb, enlivens the proceedings  of his court terms with more jocular remarks to witnesses and lawyers  than most other judges in this vicinity. Usually thc laugh is on the  witness or the lawyer, hut a young  lawyer plodding cumibrously through,  an opining address to the jury turned the tabled tiie other day.  "Why don't you tell us what tliis  suit is about?" said Judge. Dickey  sharply. "You're beginning at tha  end ��������� and going backward lilt������' a crab.  I don't like crabs."  "I don't like cra(hs, ei'ther,'.' retorted the- lawyer, not a bit disconcerted at; the tittering that ensued, "As  a matter of fact, A don't like    any  erably  torn, neither was injured   be- 'crustacean, and sinc,a your honor has  (ContHbed on Page* Pour.)  ywA a thorough shaking .up. A neigh  bor coming to town stopped the runaway 'team, both horses of which  were b't*ecling at the nose, but otherwise were apparently uninjured.  The magazine is said to-have contained twenty fifty-pound lox.es of  Hercules powder, or dynamite, some  of which had stood there for three  years. Glycerine had dripped from  the .boxes ������nd saturated the floor.  This blazed up as soon as touched  by fire. The concussion from the explosion was terrific, accompanied by  a Hash like lightning.  The    concussion    swept  Peterson's  load of provisions   fr(C|m,his'. vehicle',*"  burst    the   flour sacks and scattered  their contents .to the .winds.    '  An examination of the site of tihe  magazine disclevtes a tar^e. hole in "the1  ground j about, three feet deep and a  30S-foot' circle of splinters of wood,  which previously constituted the  building' and the go0ds cases.  opened,   the    subject, permit mc    to  say  that especially I dc-Vt like lobsters,  ancl  more especially  I   dislik.  them a la New'burgh."  The trial proceeded .to a conclusion  without further reference to matters  outtJ-Ade of law and the evidence.���������  New York Sun.  PRISONER BURNED TO DEATH.  Rridgewater, S.D., Aug 3. ��������� Lee  Olmstead, a young man who had'  charge of a pool room at this place,  became drunk and"! disorderly and was  placed in the city jail. About 3'30  this morning the jail was burned,  and it was with tlie greatest difficulty that Watchman Miller rescued  the prisoner, who was unconscious.  Before Olmstead died he .stated) .that  he .had set the fire by rolling the  tod quilts. into a bundle and placing  ihem in a corner of the cell with  the idea of burning a hole through  which he might escape.  / ���������-f>f  <?"f "*,('.  .**   * ..* vJy. ..J."V**-.  ^y}~*y%y%<r .  *-.'***������vy5 ���������--v- -', *-  THE LADYSMITH QAIXY LEDGER  IHE DAILY UD6CR  Ptijltatai every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  TIIE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (in advance) $5.00  One Month  - ... ~  50 ceats  FRIDAY,  August  3, JL906  NO AMERICAN  MEAT  ( Associated Press.)  London, Aug*. 2-���������"Replying to a (pies  tion in the House of Commons today Secy, of thi.* Admmvlity Robertson sard thai, the men in the navy  for the present would be allowed the  option-of drawing Australian and  Argentine corned beef in tho place of  'American meat. It was thought ncc  essnry to eon-dder special .measures  i'or disposing of the Amciiean meat*-.  in stock amounting to over a million  and a half pounds purchased in 100.*$.  QlYE YOUR CHILDREN  NEMO  THEY   LIKE  IT  two men were in a buggy, and they  had guns and stepped the negroes in  the load, inquiring if they were going to Bturgis to Work lor the  West Jvcntuck Coal Company, the  negrose gave an evasive nnswer,  whereupon both men &hot at them.  One negro fell uislnntly. the othei  ran and was disabled ut t,Uu third  shot.  C. P. B COASTERS  The steamer Tees sailed Wednesday  night for Ahousaht and way ports  of the Vancouver Island Const and  the steamei 'Amur sailed for Nans  and way ports of Northern "British  Columbia. The steamers bad small  freights. The Amur which carried  about 75 tons of general provisions  from Victoiia hod among her passengers Mr. Rus-bpI, n front of (be  Orand Trunk Pacific "Railway Co.,  Mr Willlscroft nnd'several other nor  Ihernera.  FEAB. A REBKLLiOiN  Advices were received   by the   Kiu-  presa   of Japan   that  the rising    m  iviangsi   'und   Chelating provinces    is  becoming   a  grave  movement,      and  many believe the rising will   assume  similar proportions   to  tbe    Taipuag  rebellion.    Hsinsherighsoia,   Cbekaugii,  a large walled city,  was captured by  the  rebels and  looted,    and  a garr -  eon of   5,000 wras left   to prepare the  city' to  withstand a  seige  of miper.  ial troops.   Seveial   corps of   imperial    troops      have    been  despatched.  Magistrate   Shem of    Harcheng   was  put to death,   being .tortured in   re  vonge   for having summarily  beheaded  a captured, rebel   leader.     It  was  this act   which caused the rebels .to  gather     at    Sungchien    to       attack  the city.    The Roman Catholic    and  Protestant    churches    were   destroyed,    and   although    the native    pastors   escaped, six   convei ts weic mnr  dci-ed,      Large    bodies    of   disbanded  soldiers   are affiliated   with  thc    rebels.  __ o .���������  "RIDDLED WITH  DULT.ETS  SISViMOIjI!.   N'A KUOWS   BUI DOE.  Victoria, Aug. '2.���������Thu memorial  pi'epaied by the boaid of trade m  relation, to tho Seymour Nanows  buelgo has been .signed by the president and secret aiy of thai body  and is being signed by tlie business  arms ot the city. Lt is intended  Lhat the copy of the memorial signed" shall he representative of tbe business imterests., The mayor and aldermen will be* asked to sign anoth-  ei copy, aud tbe signatures of cit-  i/ens generally will bo asked for this  The Trades and Labor council and  (he TOuiist and Development association will each be asked to .head  petitions, and thc signal 111 es of cili/ens generally will also bo asked  for these Tbe otTicials 01 the various municipalities  ioaids   of  tiade   will  memorial'',    lo  DRILLING CONTEST  -    The   successful   team    in  the   Machine '  ,>    .  Drilling contest recently held at'Phoenix,    \fi _  B.C., was from the Gold Drop  Mine  of  lhc Granby Consolidated,  consisting   of  Messrs.  Matheson' and    McQuoid,   who  drilled 9 feet, \% inches in the time limit  The Steel Used by the Winning Team was  B.K.M0RT0N&C0'S  B O. DRILL STEEL  sole agents:  E. G. PRIOR 1 GO. LD.  Who carry a Large Stock Octagonal and Ribbed  In all Sizes at  T2"*} Government Street. Victoria', 13. C.  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  ,    "        .EFFECTIV E JULY', i-S! f '  S, JOA  Sails from Ladysmith lor Vancouvcr,every Tut*day  ' Sails from Vancouver toi- Ladysmith every   Mtiul'iy  v -   <                  0  1:30 p. m.   _ '  al fi o'clock a.m.  and' Tuesday, at  Geo, Ly. Courtney,  , , District Pafisengcr  Agent  f������S GovrrimuMit St., Victoiia, P..C.  V.R. i3������.|  , fierce tes cruiser  Chicago,   Admiral  On tbe Hon  I in which the N.  Good-  from  run   to ". ictoi'ia.,   are becoming 1  Kong ,-Hani;ok     route, * rich   1 ������turned   to   Esquimault  is in competi-  California this morning',    lomihg   tbe  I  Ol!  Y. K  on the island and  of  tlio   so\eia  be requcstckl   to bead  tion with tlic established North  German Lloyd, fares have been cat  as  low   as possible.     Passengers are  which  Hie sign.iluic.-or   cili/ens  will  being  carried free aiul piovided   with  he ituited      As the lime is not very tood   on   tire  German  vessels.       This  Ions?    to       complete*    tbe  memorials, j cut followed   a cut made ' from     $1*-*  tho������public   aie invited  lo sign copies((to  $1  lor deck passage  on the  Jap-  which   will he Ml   in public    places auese line,    -which >is chartered  for  that puipose.  STRENUOUS  R-\TI<*  WAR.  Passengers  Cincinnati,   Aug.  from    Sturg-Is,   Ky  on Oriental Line  Carried Free.  The race  wars   in  progress  in   Far  ���������Eastern  waters    m   which    Japanese  shipping    Companies,   prinoipally   the  Nippon   Yusen    "tCalsha,   whose liners  TSSHSESHE'ft'E  tbe  British steamers I'romotheus und  Childar for the run until such time  as the government releases lhe rem'a-  inder or tbe ,fapane-so steamers .still  Being  in the transport service.  I ���������  *   American war vessels l'rincetor* and  Preble. The cruiser, Boston and torpedo boat Paul Jones aie expected  to arrive by tomorrow . The fleet  will remain here'foi about a t week,  and an inlei'na'tionnl regatta ,will be  organized  to  entertain  the visitors  2���������A special train  snys that two  Negro coal mineis en route here  from Providence late yesterday were  held up In the road near Roc*k  Springs and riddled with bullets  by two men wilh Winchesters. One  of 1 bo miners was atjlc to wake his  way to town, though danp,erou<-.lv  wounded. The oilier was brought in  in  a   dying condition.  ITarvey Springer and Bob Hall, ac  ti*.e members of tho miners' union  ���������were arrested and taken to Mn-gan-  fielel   jail.  A faunei, nn oyi* witness says that  to ta doto? to?  LT DEFIES  COMPETITION  WATSON'S  U.   S.   SHIPS  Victoria,  AT   KSQUDIAULT.  Union.made Capital & Nugget Cigars  SKBS  HUW'M'BR DIARRHOEA  IN CHILDREN  "or  _ Dining ihe,bot weatbcrro������ the sum-  7**1^^^**- ,nei m������^*y*"first Ttu"ta,vr^  e  , ness of a child's bowels should bave  immediate attention,! so as'to check  the disease before it,becomes serious.  All that is necessary is a few "doses  of Ciiiunlilerlaiii's Colic, "Choler.a and  Diairhoea Remedy followed by a dose  a cool, refreshing*���������  BATH  During the Summer  Months Call on-   Shavine; Pallors  THOMAS LEWIS  etc.,    High  of castor oil to dense tiicsystie'm  Rev. M. O. _ Stocklaiwl' Pastor ot Uie  first M.E. Church, Little Falls, Min-  ricsots, writes: "We have used Cham-  Colic i Cholera and Diarr-  for    several years and  I  Ticket .and  Freight.'Office,  75  GoveTnment'jStreet.  Transcontinental  0  Trains Daily      I  The New Train    (  ������   NTAL LIMITED  The Train ,of -  Ease,   Elegance, .Excellence..^  Every  mile.a  picture,   and  no smoke to spoil thc   view.  . Through Compartment,   Observation and Pullman Sleeper's;    also    Through   .Tourist -  Cars to .Chicago. .,  At antic Steamship Business to Europa-  la our Specialty  ���������Union-   Terminals   with'-.all  Steamer lines.    .  Berth, reservations  by  wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co..  FOR  JAPXN   AND CHINA.  .Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail.from Seattle for.Japan    and China ports at   're-'  Hiienr date's..    Exact-   sailing'  dates can be secured upon ap-  plichtion to any Great North- ,'  1 erri 'representative'.  S. O. YERKES,' ' ,    '   '  A.Q.piA.', Seattle,- Waslr."  E. R. .STEPHEN,*'"';'" ���������*''; "*  Gen^Afgent, "VtctortaV B.C:;.  ���������jt j. mm  NURSERIES, & &E(D HOUSED  Large-Slock of Home grown  Fiuit and Ornamental Trees  now matiiiiMl for the Fall  Trade.   , ' ' ���������J    * '  No expense, loss or delay  of fumigation or iiispectioji.'1  Headquarters    for    Pacific '  "Coast giown Garden,  Field,"  ami Flower SwmIs in season. ,  Bee Supplies, -Spray Pumps  .Male Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Gut Flowers, Bulbs  For Fall Planting  We do business on our own  r grounds���������no* lent to pay and  arc    prepared    to meet J all  competi lion.  -  Let me price your list before placing your order. ���������     ���������  .  Catalogue" Fi'ee,    '  M. J, HENRY,  3oio Westminster Road  j , ,'mVANCOUVER' . , u  ,x'A  Fletcher Bros.  .ONim In,  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C,  numbing, and Tihsmjthjhg  ���������  - DONE���������AT, '  Reasonable Prices .  j. ANDERSON  Leave orders at Vetcrson's Furn ���������  ture Store, or telephone No 58.  Try Capital and Nu&ge������ Cigars  berhun's  Street hoea Remedy   Ifuirl it a very valuable remedy,   es-  specially for summer disordets in chil-  Idren."   Sold bv Ladysmith Pharmacy  IBCB  tbe  ht sum year  tickets  r  North Western' Line  sir*.'" ill a i i i>  ^^.1 I'RN'ISII  LINK, TT  F, LOWEK  '1'IMF'  I'h*' only "Hue'now   milking  DEPOT   connections at ST. PATH.  and      MINNEAPOLIS   -with       tnt  through    train*    lrom    Lhe    Pa������'������<  Coaat.  THE    .SHORTEST  FINEST TRAINS,   TV  RATES, THE FASTEST  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CAGO,   OMAHA,    KANSAS  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask y  local agent or write,  %''.������������������ F. W. PARKER  ���������.---. r ,.-.������������������ Ganeral  Ag������*  ���������31(1 and Av������.. Se������.ttl*  I nought a bor.se with a supposedly  incurve ringbone lor $30 ��������� Curej  him with $1.00 worth ol MINAKDb  LINIMENT and sold him for $8o.U0.  Ptofit on Liniment, $54.00.  MOISE DEROSCE.  Hoi������l Keeper, St. 'Phlllippe, Que.  Wa&d'B Unlm-Bot cure������ Diphtheria  Under New Alanagmeiit  HOTEL WILSON  Jus. R. WcK'mnell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headtitavters.  Modeni and     Stilctly First  ClaM  Fire Proof   Buildla*.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� Ratea-11.2r) and1il.r-.0--  Pra to all ileamboat   laudinga and  railway depot15. F.lpctriuJeftrB every five  aiinntea to all paitci of tbo city. Brt  tiul tabic'\inpiteellpil.  F. RAVNRS, rroprmtor,  AUBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Hair Block from Depot.)      ^  OATACUE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  Best accommodation for transient  And permanent, boarders and lodgers.  ORAND       HOT EL  This new Hotel has'been comfortably furnished and tbe bar Is up-to-  d������t������ Rates %LM a day and ������p-  w\rda.  '  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  *������p������laaa4������ ���������*-*��������� :*-: :������������������ :���������"-' LtAynwAte  *i-  +  X  f  ���������5*  *  *  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  | PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  '   Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  *  +  +  +  *  *  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  , HEAD OFFICE    -  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B.C. ugmbhii manage!. 4.  ********f+++*f+*++++**+*f+*'if'f***'f*'f^*  ROOMS  11A.K BUl'l'r.TKD Willi ni',:T  WINKS, LIQUORS, CK'.AR*.  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  A.J. McMURTRJe, Proprietor  Mewly fitted up and .  Vurnislieci  1.ADYSMI1H,   .C  Gnocl tables auel good  Rooms  Hotel   has  been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodgiig Jl.00 per elikj'.  M  HOTEL-  __ JOHN THA, Proprietor  !"ar Supplied'i?ith tbe Best   Wlnes.lst Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.O  Supplied  icitb  tbe  Best  Liquors, and Cigars.  w ���������������.���������%.-������-������.-������. -������."������.������. ������.^.<%,-%,%^������.^%.^.���������*���������*fc.���������^������������������������r.*i^.%,���������^���������^.���������������V%'���������%-%^%���������'^������������������������������������^'���������^������������������������������������','���������-,  M.UNSIE, I President    J. Wv CORURN, Managing Director.  Telepbane 4-6.  Lumber Co. Ltd,  MILLS   k'F  FIDDICK   AND   LADV SMITH-**- wM .  Shingles ^Speciality  MANUFACTURERS OF ' . '  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MO ULDTNGS,,,'   ETC.,     ol   tbe  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  ������V**������  BEST  AND  r  *  *  STOVES! STOVES!  weiare making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest. Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  AI| kinds of Foundry and Repair Woik  Nickel Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove& Iron Works Go. Ld  TELEPHONE 53    ;; ;  P. O, pox 42.  I  *  i  t  i  t  1  .���������..���������..���������..���������..������..���������..������..������..������..������..���������..������..#..���������..#.,������..������..������..������.,������,.������..������..������..*.���������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������.������������������������������������������"���������.���������������������������������������������.������������������"���������"���������������������������������������������������  "���������"��������������������������������������������� ������h������..������.  TH6 G^ITY 7V������ M F? K&T  '������������������/���������"::' R.Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B G.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERSANGING  Neatly and Artistically' Done"--1---���������^  ...........y..i.......r....:..r_r.....,���������......;..,.....Orders Promptly Execute  S. ROEODING   ->���������>      -   LADYSMITH  >+i:+++4.m ������W+44:4^1r44444+'+4-4^4������.444.-W4.4+4+4++44J' .���������������������������* +-.  LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED  PROMPTLY A   ND SAFELY.  Stabled la the reat of the Lac? ysmitli hotel.  AMiots ford  Leave orders at., the  ��������� ���������p.   -j v / fit n, !  14+4+4 ���������������������������������������������������������������+������ ���������H->-H:>-H"H-������ ++++++++^4+tir44+4+.+44444+44  V  4  i.  .4  ��������� ���������������  ���������  J  4  4  J  4'  J  ' "''I wwffi'-'iMffij.irw/:)^  THE LAJDYSMITH   DAILY LEDGER  LODGES  4DYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathbone Si3ters,- meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 ii.m.  MRS. KATE TATE',   M.' ol R. & C.  |UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF~  DRUIDS..  lington Grove, No. 4,~Ua.O.D.  ets in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Lady-  lith, the Second and Fourth Wc.il-  sdays ol each monUi, .commencing  ednesday, 13tli, 11)05.  Visiting Druids arc invited to al-  nd.    By Order  WM.' RAFTER, Rec. Sec.  PATRICK ^BURK, N.A.  "  NOTICF. --^-j���������  (From ��������� this date lhe undersigned  ill not be- responsible loi 'any ln-  btedness ilieurrec! except on ������  utten orupr signed hy'the secretary  Iowland  Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION &  DEVEL  OPMENT CO.', LTD.  Ion Personal l.iabti'ty.  Ict-itU. n   4! .  MT������v  IRth    ,**0������  I. R, SIMPSON  Sollcltar,  E*������.  Maitdy   to   Loa*  Avc������a������  --:  -   -  UHWS.VI H  HlLBf&T  ������-3E������3  Dr. R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work  guaranteed, and at rcason-  ���������  .   ", able  rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE     ,  Gatacre St 'g������*|&. Ladysmith  Opcii at all hours.  LADYSM1TM   BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES     AND    1'ASTKY  ALWAYS    FRESH'. ON HAND  ' Wedding    Cakea   ^Iade    to  Order  PIM'i'lS   A������ll    CAN DIES,,OF ALL  KINDS.    PUESU   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  1 "tiers    are     Very  Reasonable. "   All  Customers are Treated  Alike. > ,    -  'HOP  LEE A.CO.  ON TUP   ESPLANADE.  ^r^HlMsJ  TT^T  mmopaL by-law  -*>++<+-  iflCHR FnClW  [annfaeturersof the Famous  CUBAN -BlsOSSOn  lone bn   Union Labor   Employed  H  J.   BOOTH;, Prop  DAY~ SCHOOL"  Uiual~ subjects  taught;  also '    language^, drawing  in pencil and cray-  ina, paint ng ;in oils and water  col  i, pianoforte and vocal lessons gic-  in classeRx;or individually.  IISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, B.C  RAYMOND & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,- .Brick,  Fire Brick* and Vancouver island cement.   :���������    -*��������� ���������  3 Pandora'St. Victoria B.C.  EXCELLENT  Train Service  1  BerwcKN,  mmO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  SSONTREM., QUEBEC,  ���������POmASiD, BOSTON,  Ami me rrlncll'ttl Buhlncaa Centers of -.  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO NtWYOBK AW   .  PHILADELPHIA, VIA- MIAOABA FAU1.  i'oi Timo 1'abJca. etc.,aclJica  J CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Gcn'l rci*-bcngci mul llcket Agent,  '        J35 AO������M3 ST.. CHICAGO. IU  J. PIERCY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������     ������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ���������'/*   ETC.  .-WHOLESALE URY GOODS.  VICTORIA, B. 0.  Miners' Drilling Machines  .  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILL*  Sharpened by us   always give satisfaction.  ** _PICKS HANDLED A  Nl) REPAIRED���������  ^SHIPSMITHI.Nfi    IN     ALL   ITS   BRANCIH-W  Horseshoers and Oener?1 Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Bvtller Street  -     -    -     -   Ladysrriitta, P I  t ICE!    ICE!    ICE! l  4   Will be Delivered on Mondays,  Wednesdays.  Fridays and 5aturdays '-  Orders must, be iu by eleven o'clock on day of Delivery, J  Union Brewing Co  Limited  | NANAIMO^  B. C. J  ���������     >  A by-law of the Corporation fo! the  Citv of Ladysmith, to raise by loan  money lo obstruct an  electric plant  for tbe said  Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient that-Ike   Corporation    of tlie City  of    Lady.  smith,'should construct a system   of  electric    plant for the purpose   oi  furnishing electric light for the use of the said -city and lhc intuubrtants  i hereof.  Whereas a petition in accordance with SectU-'n (00) of the Municipal  Clauses Act has been presented to the Municipal Council i rx-ueoltng tho  said Cmmcil to introduce a    bylaw-for-the-object aforesaid.  Whereas an expenditure of $35,000 will be necessary lo construct lhc  said elect* c light system which sum must be raised by the issuing of  dauaitures of the Corporation of Khe City of Ladysmith, for the said amount, payable in 25 yeais from the 'date hereafter flwl by lhis by-law  to take effect with interest in the* meantime payable yeaily at the rate  of  5 per cent, per annum;' ,|   >:���������  And whereas it'will'be necessary t0 raise in ' caoh and eVeiy year dui-  ing tiie curicncy of the said debentures by a special rale for Uie purpose of paying tlio' said' debt and interest the sum ol 1.2,188.33 whuieol  the sum of M ,750.00 is' to be raise*! annually for 1he payment of interest on tlie said debentures and the sum of $733 83 is to bc raised annually for tho purpose of> creating' a the sinking fund foi the payment of  "the debentures wliu'h will-require an annual rate of 5*. nulls in the dollar for paying the said debt and inlere&t:  And whereas'the amount" oi! tiie' whole rateafolr land oi iinpiovemcnts  or real moperty of the said City according to the last revised <u.scss-  mont ioil is $41f>,070 aiul the total amount of lhe cubing debt ������[ the  said City, is nil. . "  . ^_���������  This by-law shall not be altered or repealed except with the consent  of    the    Lieutenant    Governor    in Council.  Be it therefore enacted by the municipal, Council oi the City of Ladysmith, as   follows: { -  1. It shall i>e lawful lor,Uie"Corporation of the City of Liwlysinilh  to raise or camse' to be raised by way of loan fiom any person or  persons, body or bodies, or -hodies corporate," who may bc willing, to , a*l-  vaiice the sama nhon Aha credit of;thi4 debentures hereinafter mentioned a  ^ sum'of ������*oney not exceeduig in, the whole the sum of W5,0u0, and uion  receipt thereof oto Cause the same to , be paid into, the hands of tlie treasurer of the said City for the purpose and-objects above recited..  2 It shall'lie lawful for-the Corporation to cause any, number .oi  debeutures-to.be made, executed and issued not exceeding in the whole  Uie sum of '$35,000 for such-'sum ��������� of not less than ^500 each, as may he  i-4-Hiiied and tliat all such debpntures .shall-be sealed with the seal of the  Corporation! 6f the '.City of * Ladysmith, and be signed by the Major ol  the saitt  City" and countersigned  by  the City Clerk ol the said city.  3 Tlie'said debpntiirek, shall' bear "date the 1st day of Sept., A. D.  '1006   and shall  be payable 23 yeais  from thc ,bind date at  tho oll.ee* of  the Corporation of the' City of Ladysmith, and shall have attached to  them coupons for the payment of interest -and the signature on squire*  on the said coupons may be' either written, stamped. P>���������������������������*.*.��������������������������� or lithographed. ,' .   ������ '"''*','' - '  4 .Tlie'said"debentures shall'bear  interest at  the iate of 5 pec cent,  per   annum'    from the date thereof,  Which interest shall bc payable half  yearlV-on the first.davs 6l January. and' July  in each    and  e\ci.y   yeai  dining the currency of the sain .debentures al   the office of tiie Coipoi  utron of the said.Cityl of Ladyslinith.'     \      * y ._���������  5 There shall'be-raised'and'"levled in eadi" year dunng the cuirency  of tlie said debentures "the, 'sum of $t,7������j0'for,the payings or interest, and  the sum, of $733;33.for.tlic purpose of .creating a smking fund for the  payment of a'debt^coming due, under the said debentures making in all  tho sum of; $2,483.33. " .'    u v,   .   ..    _   '" .  -,      J  . "6.   There shairiie'leieied'and raiswl  in each ,and every year until the  said "delientnresandiaterestrrtheieon shairbe* paid, a special rate on aU"  rateable land'dr*'improvemehts ot teal'property of the City, in addition  to all oUier rates-sufficient, t-o*'pay*-the interest,    and ci-eate a   sinking  fund' foi the payment of the said debentures. * L  7 It shall be lawful loir-the"said City, to redeem all or any of the  said debentures^ at'par at'any time after the expiration of 5 yeais from  the date thereof upon giving "six calendar mobths' notice, which notice  shall be deemed to be suiliciently given by- a piibhcatiou thereof for four  "times i������" the British Columbia (j-axetle, and although Hie holdois of the  debentures- mentioned > such notice be not specifically named alter the expiiation of thc said period of six months all interest on the  said debentures, the numbers 0f which have been published as aforesaid,  shall cease.   ��������� ' "        i     I     ' ...        I  8. This by-law before Uie final passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors. of the City of Ladysmith, in the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses)Act; 1906      'lhis by-law shall take effect on  the  - day of.-; <- A.D.   1906,and shall  be cited lor all  purposes  as the Electric Light By-law^  Read the first time on. the 23nd . day of  July,  WOO.  Read the second time on- the 23rd clay of July, 190(i.  '   Read the third-time on the 28th day of July, 190G.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed By-law  upon which the vote of the Municipality will be taken at the City Hall  Ladysmith, on Saturdav, 11th August, 1906, between tlie hours of 8 a.  m. and  4 p.m..   u ,   ^   r     . , J- STEWART, C.M.C.  HEADMAN'S  ISLAND.  A Vaneoin er Citiven Thinks Tract  Will Ltcturn to Pristine  Simplicity.  " I hardly think it te probable  thnt rViulinnn's Jslnnd will lx* the  *>ili" of iiny liirg"* industrial enlor-  pnse, at least not i"ov many years  to come," Mjmnrkrtl a woll Unown  I'.ii'ueu ychtcrday nflernoon, sayi  ilu- News-Advert tePr. "All this tjillr  of a sawmill. He, Ixniift established  IIipi'.' will nol. ainounl to anything.  To mul:-: a siicrr-ss (if n sawmill on  ilint sjli* il is nbsolutcly' necessary  to ba\e direel 'connection with the  city, and railway facilities also,  lhero is only one way to leach tho  island by road, nnd that is through,  tlio park. Tlio eity has absolute  control of this, an<l 1 am quite sure  that noiw of the' alderman would  consent (o its being used by himbcr  wngo-as. As to the railway, from  what 1 can learn the track ia the  Pacific Coast Lumber Company's  Sards belongs to'them, and to extend the rails beyond that point the  C. P.'Tt. would have to obtain the  permission of the Company to do  so, as its portion of" the track  would have to be consulted  "It is probable- that thc government would build a bridge across  from Georgia street for a private  enterprise and the cost would Iw  l.oo largo to warrant a 'company  doing the work itself To make an  export mill out of it, a large a-  inopnt of dredging would have lo  be done, and this, Ipo, is some-*  thing that the government would  nol be likely to do for one busine'-js,  II is for these reasons T think that a  sawmill will not he built on the island *' '  BRAKE3UAN KILLED BY-TRAMPS  Dickinson, /N D., Aug. 3.���������Brike-  man, O S. Cair was ������hot;,and killed  this moining by tramps-on a moving freight' train near Gladstone^Mid  brakeman I "rank Stine > received a  slight wound in the aakle from tho  same source Foiu* tramps were in  a eai an(1 w'*l(ln tne hr*l*ei"fl������n e-ntei-  ed he was fned upon w.ith the above  result. Two tramps were caiught  antl Sheriff Hartung has a.Posse scouring the country' for the'others.   ���������"���������Sig ���������"  m ~i> !���������������!���������������������������������������<^mmmi���������^  Minard's Liniment curef Cold, etc.  : Sunlight Soap Is better ttian other aoaps, but  s bast when used iirthe Sttnli*ifht ������������y.  Ituy SutiluiitSaip.itnd (ollow Directions  ���������"-"     -lh.-ir}-  FOB THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Cal on J, E, Smith  House* and Sign Paintei  ,V"rv *r-������ rr*~r^ --v-r-v  DESIGNS  TRftDE-MAfiKS  ANUCOPYR'.GHrt  OCTAl'NED  MTENIS. r  * ftttVtCE AS TO PATENTABILITY W  V Boot "How to obtain Putcnts" B   .��������� . ,  [charge* moderate. ������������f������U������iB^"t&'r?Sf''?"'  y       Letters strictly con ll.lcnUi*. .   Addrthi,  \ E. 6. SIGGERS, Pntor.t Lawyer. ^shlii^on^D^f  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead .  Regulauoua.  Any available Dominion I-auds  .within the 'Railway' Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaderl by  any person who is the sole head of  > family, or any inale over e ghteHrx'  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of 160 acres, more  or less.    .  Entry must b������ made personally at  4he local land office for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith    under   one    of the   following f  plans:  (J.) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) II the fa;ther, (or mother, if the  father is deceaMsd), of the homesteader reside* upon a farm in the vicini  ty of the land entered for, the    requirements   as to residence may    be  satisfied hy such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by ��������� him in the. vicinity of his home  stead, tho requirements as to residence may bo satisfied by residencr  upon thc said land.  Six moiithe' notice In writirij:  should he given to the. Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to.apply.for patent.'-  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre-for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can bc o.ciquirod by .-one. individual or company. "Royalty at the  rate of ten cents , pec ton'. of 2,000^  .pounds shall he collected on the  gross output.      -  W.   W,   CORY,  Deputy, of the Minister' of TntPi'lnr,  "GALEDOMAN"'  (Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  &Go., iJtd  Pacific Coast   Agency.   .    :  'ICTORIA.  ������������������: ;-: ���������--���������>-:; :******'B.O  ,. W.  STLER.   ���������:.''  iEWEKAL LXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  DOvn?  Leave orders at the Abhotslord.  Keep Minard's    Liniment    in    the  house. ,...;;... ......  ~."-'i;',1 ",'j^'T'lnTS" art-,' :-F>. ������������������(>  wa'.f:  QLASS  GLOBES  When' you want a Glass globe  see that   you get tlie    globe  with tlie rubber ring on   It,  as it is the only   kind J.that  can keeji the water 'out,���������'.the.",  globes without .the rwirier ring x  cannot,     keep    out water, you,  can    see that   by  ex*miining  them.      The artificial   flower  that  is  put  into the - glolies'i  with the rubber rings, is g(uar .  an teed to be the best, and   If,  you    want a1 globe   with    a'  Rubber Ring, call at, Mrs. T,  X.  Jones, agent for  HENRY CREW  The oftly   place, you can   gets  Them.  Sole  Agent In B.C.   for    the  " French    Wreatbl Co.^ of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S,A.,'  Cor. f^s'mox Rd. & Milton St.  T ^N A^AJMp-jB^G; p S/ t'''  ^>������..a..*..������..������������������������*..������..������������������"������"  ���������������������������������������������'���������#M������M������*.*.^MeMe..  First Class  RlQS FOR HIRE  *   WOOD AND BARK FOR SALE AND DELIVERED.  EXPRE SS WORK.  " davicTjohnson  j./.'PHONE ������ LADYSMITH  NOTICE  LADYSMirH   WATEft WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the oflice     on Roberts   Street bi.  lay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each niontti.  Office Hours IP.1M.430     *  h LBLAND  : ��������� ' '        ' 'SUPERINTEND SNT.  Express Work  Light Teaming.    Wood and   Baric    for sale.     See  J.   KEMP,  or    leave  Orders With   W. CARTER.  RAINIER'S CRATER  .. -- MEASUBES 1,600, FEET  A despatch from Tacoma says: Dr.  Ivaa P. Balabahoff,' and his nephew  Ivan Doseir, boih of Tacoma, climllied  Mt. Rainier Saturday without the  aid of a guide. , While they were at  the top tliey measured the crater  from east to west and from north  to south. The measuring was done  with a rope lt>0 feet long, and the  distance from rim to rim from north  to south was found to be .1,150 feel  while from ' east to west thj distance of l.������00 ft*1-' Dr- ^a1^*1"'1  estimates that the suiface of thssU-  Pier filling the crater is LOO feet, below tlie crater rim. '  The two climbers ' made the trip up  and back in one day, starting at  1.20 a..m , arriving, at Camp Muir at  ���������1 45 o'clock, where they, rested one  hour. 'J hey had already crossed the  wide desolations 0f sn'.|wfrelds stretch  ing from tree-line to gibraltar, and  Uie climb up tire Cowlita cleaver  was made wliile the sun was still  h,d by the body of the mountain.  They readied Hie fCMt of Gibraltar  about S:30, and, i>assing around the  vockvcltmbc-d out on the ice PW,  leacuuig the top of the rock at J.*J  o'clock. After resting ten mMte,  vhey made a straigthtaavay pul tot  the summit, arriving tl������re at 11-20,  thus making tiie ascent from Paradise to the Crater in ������itfit hours aiu*  nve rninuua. Luncheon>waseate^m  an ice ca^rn. Ib^^oiled ttcit  milk'and''water over steam Ms.  They remained owe \two hours ,n the  crater,    startiftg    home-  at 2 p.m.,  reaching Gibraltar, u ***���������*������������"������  utesand arriungat M^ir Camp.at  4:45 p.m. CamP Reese -m Paradise  Valley  was reached "at C p.m.  Dr   Balabanoh climbed the    moun   ,  tain two yeais   a'go-      He says 1AaJ  considerably- slw that Ume but the  .dirlicultiesMn climbing around Gibraltar have lessened.  The Wa^o7~ga^'' orders to the  Uiscnminatl distrrbution of medrcme  Chief ot Police yestera^yJ-Hg the m  b^ advertising men in the frW^���������**  , Estopped; says lhe Vancoaver ^  ?d4rS������, and aU samples fourj^y-  imr'round must be destroyed on sight  & order W the result ol.the, report  Iwu: Marshall,    of George stree .  % his ^f bf^jraC t ";  ed last week by eating a v**<  '."     miii    left    m the    parents  be'anmtenmone, as the, City Sou  cTtor states that a W^l* ������*������  this evil'morei fully Wl   .shortly   nc  submitted^oj^^^^0;1*  THIS NEW KIPLING POBML  A-special   cablegram .t0 ,the    N^  Yprk Sun gives two stanzas of   the  MPw Kipling poem^satirizing ^ ^  tish cabinet, mention of which    w*  made i   the    p������- despatches   last  Friday-  The "verses i follow:  "Back to the ancient .bitterness  -Ye ended, once for* all;.  Back to'oppression n<>ne W goes*  Who" have not borne its .thraU.  Back to the slough of = their despond,  Helots-anew held fast  By England's seal upon tlie bona,  As helots to the last,"  Another stanza reads: -  "Now   even how, before men learn  How near we broke our trust;  Now, even|no)Wi ere1 ^return  Dominion to" the dust;  Now, ere tlie gates of mercy close- .  Forever 'gainst the line  That, sells-its sons to serve its foes,  Will Enlgaand- make no sigfi?"   ~ 4-   CRIMES OF THE  MODERN NOVELIS1  One of tlie first rules that a man  who - sits down tW write a novel  should force himself to observe is Uib  one which urges the advisability of  J writing in one language. Speaking  for ourselves, there is nothing in a  novel which we find ,morc nutating  than a sudden incursion into some  language other than English. It is  Wd enough even when the translation  iT given in brackette. Novels of+In-  dian l������e are particularly full of this  type of outrage. . "Ohe," cried Mus-  rullah" Khan, removing his klmtti  (pipe) from his chota Juaree ((mouth),  "the -gazeka (sua) is already high in  the bundobustwallah .(sky). Ohei!  thou lazy rhotta (lit., foolish one),  bhukupnow (bestir thyself)." Mr.  Kipling started dt. The last straw,  in our opinion, is administered by a  Welsh novelist, who positively sprinkles her\pages with pure Welsh. ���������  London Globe.  FIRST  AYP-NUE  P   VOU  WANT AGOOD  PHONE     6-0  ihr������t-.Cte������������-   Meal  CALL AT-  ALWAYS OPEN  J. X.-Smith's Restaurant  FIRST AVENUE.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.   Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  prompt relief must "be obtialned.  There is no necessity of incurring, expense of a physician's service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at  hand. A dose of this remedy will  relieve the patient before the doctor  could arrive. U has never beea  known to fail, own in the "most sev-*  ere and dangerous cases and no family should 'be without, it. For sale  by the. Ladysmith Pharmacy,, ." I ���������  THELADYSMITHDAILY LEDGER  .������. .*. .<*. ,���������������. ,*K ,**. ,*. t*j������. ft, fti ftt ft' fti fti tti fti ifa tl'i fti if*, fti tJTi iti iti iti rt*.  That Wear  shoes  *  ���������  *  *  GOODS  *$&&& ^^#####^^#^#<^#^^^M^**  r������������������"���������"���������'fc-  WEEK  Smith, Fotos,  That's AIII  Local Items  **������������������ir-w������fcH-r iw������*twnj.m^irf> d3Ct*w������-iff j  The Misses Copeland, wh(j have'  been spending the ptisl two wet-ks m  Ladysmith visiting friends, returned,  t0 their home in Vancouvei todav.  NOTICE.  If you want    to sell your chiukeus  for a fair    price,  bring  theiii to   .J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  None Uctter-Capital & Nugget Cijjars  NUTS HIS ONLY  FOOD.  Dr. and-'jffrs.  week camping  Sooke Lake,.  .Monday.  Dier will spend   next  in     the  They    will  lenve  Vicinity  of  This is Straw Hat week at  our Store and we are going to  1 Close Out in short order every.  traw Hat in the house.  Tfire is lofsof Straw  Hat  i weather ahead, but  t-  I  Tlie city band  ,an excursion to. Vancouver on  Day.  found  Their advertisemont.  in another ci.������liMiin.  Norfolk, Va., has,a citizen whoso  food costs him but $1.55 a mont-h,  and lie is rncreasftig irr fatness. Ho  is S. B. Wright. Here is hils own  testimony:  on "During the past month I have lived an $1.55 and fared sumptuously; jiS  "*��������� ���������     \ Jhad*,all  1 desiied to eat, gained   two 'f>  contemplate running Inounls in ,weight and never felt bet-   j**?  Laibor Iter in    mv life.      The onlv   food il   *"?  a  will     be  The Nanaimoi tennis players are expected i down tomorraw to play (be  locaj tennis club a series of games  on the Ladysmith courts.  Owing to necessary  mrnes will probably  day and Tuesday.   ' 0:_.  repair work lhe  be   closed   Mon-  GAME OF MESMERISM'.  Choose five cards out of a pack, se-J  lect one in your mind, then spread  all five out fan fashion, faces down,  and, grasping some one's right hand  in your owrf, tell him to close his  eyes and command him to chaw the  particular card you have in mind.  Somehow or other he will almost invariably pick out the very card you  commanded him to draw.  UNDER A HAYSTACK.  The  most    famous  prayer" meeting  e\er    convened    in this Country was  held in  the summer of 1800 on     the  grounds,of a  farmer adjacent to Williams college,   Williamstown,   Mass.,  says Leslie's Weekly-    it was bel;il ,J}'  five students.     They  were    querying  wlmt they    could do for  Lhe   benefit  of mankind.     A   Ihiindcrstorm occurred, and    they look refuge under    a  ha1.-'.tack and continued-the   meeljn^.  Si. iruingly the students alone for tin-  tin c be ng knew of the meeting.   F0i  yea-.s    the   place (was unmarked and  th-     j lace    uncommemorat'cd.      But  those students    originated the     foreign    missionary   movement in    this  coi.uliy for the benefit of all   lands  and peoples.      Subsequently Williams  college acquired  the propcity, named  it Mission park and erected a monument commemorative    of the    great  result   ^    It    consists    ol a shaft ot  granite'twelve feet in height, bearing  a globe three feet in diametw,   repr  resent mi; the  woild.     The legend  on  tin* shaft is, "The Biithpl.irc of American     Foreign  "Mis-sinns."      Under-  n-aih aie tbe names of fi\c Mudents  who  had     a   part    ,in   the   nu-eling���������-  Samuel   .1.  Mills,     James   liiehards,  Fr.incis   L   RoL-'bins,   ITarvcy   Loon-is  and  Ryia.Mii (iimr.    This memorial  is  an  robjecf   of  ml crest  to  eveiy    \ ������si-  tor'm   U'illiamstown,   and   ut     ovt-ry  commencement  held beside it.  I have eaten     during    the month has  been eleven  pounds   of  nuts,  (Brazils  and pecans),    13    cents     of peanuts  (roasted), and    one ,pound of raisins.  This has becn    an experiment    with  me, and I ha"ve read much aljuut nuts  as a diet, and resolved lo try them.  ��������� "I am    more amafced   than I   can  tell you at the   result of  the    past  month.    I ha'.e always becn    rather  skeptical aJliout    vegetarianism    and  'have been a hearty eater of meats of  .all kinds, but my experience hap con-  ivmced' me that    we eat a lot more  ���������Iban we nee'd, and  tha* it is harmful  rather than beneficial.  I   "I ha\e    no    doubt  but what any  J the last 20 years  wh0 has not    had  healthy  man   could    fill  a   knapsack  with nuts and carry sufficient to la*>t  him    during a 500-m.ile  walk  across  country.       I eat     twice a day and  take about    one-half   ounce   of    salt  with each pound  or nuts."���������Washington Post.  We Hever Carry  Of era  Straw Hat  We se!! out each Season's  Stock at [[educed Prices  If your first Straw flat has  lost ils looks, its successor'  will cost you but little.  If yon'intend to wear another,  Straw Hat���������jiow, sometime,  or any time. ��������� here's your  chance.  I hi  Walters &  Akenhead  ���������nl n���������-���������"���������"-I--H-" *  *i"  ������������������������������������'������������������������������������'**���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  LABOR DAY  EXCU R SION  To Vancouver  The City Band, as already advertised on Jul)- J I, last, have chartered the S.._ loan far an excursion' to  Vanui'u i 1 a" o- Day, Monday, Sep,'  3'd.    11..; "ui  1 bo demonstra  tion -wih uu lj(- m Victoiia therefore f 'o ahoM* e < i ion will take  place at star.- 'it 'is will be on  sale in a few  dj  -AT-  Knight's Bosk Store  "A1AM\  HAY WIH Li  "I* i. H ,s  There ib a   i  the thrifty far  the bright  day and '      m  which a"      >  il  should     -v  Dysentery,  bus may a I   ,  b*is  of lhe  Clia'^'iOrLuii ..  DL.m   -������e,i   iti i  lent    i     rci i-  shOLilM   ;i.1u.i   .-,  a   rfli.JjqioiiH   service   M-  mMa/c^-nm**^** *fc*ir*)*j^'������  Minard's  Cows.  Liniment Cures   <i;i.rgct  ; mime' ���������  land d( ';���������  j by Lad  Minari  1  SlllMvi.'*  ii  ,.   the   work   of  .e knows   th.il  mi h n ���������  i, iv   last bill    a  'i       i  *   h l   the Fli(i\v';!s  i ���������   ! ���������   lo    follow.      So  .     i h    ��������� .1/    household.  .,..*.    iii h. I era 'mor-  ,      *,'i i e   ut   ibe.     inem-  ii   i   .-ii-.  it,    warning.  ,.    . nl i ,    'Jliulr-ia    and  ,   .��������� li   h  is  the host  Im   >h'*se "diseases,  i* kr.jii   ;il  hand, us  ; necessary,  I.   -For sale.  t  hm\ Mk\. Ms  1st. Avenue, lailj'smilli, B. C  ���������. t Runty. Prop.  Al A NUFACTttliKR OF  Carbonaicd Beverajjes.^  dinger   Beer  Fruit Pyriips  P.   O.   Box   2 1,8  I)  t  e     I rc;Umerit  ' iu;iv prove fa  in j rli r'h;inn:icv  , i ii in. f n i (-.ties' Distemper.  mm wsimm&Mimm. mmmiWM������  DIG  For 5;  f  \  j  Is  If  -       -      ife.  rt  *'~\    A*..-    '**  FREE LA UNCI i K1DE  On Thursday afternoon next,  commencing at 2 o'clock, McDonald's bunch will leave the  jmblic wharf for thc Green,  and thi' ride will be absolutely fice. This is a chance to  take lhe little folks for an  outing that .should not be  overlooked.  1 have bought out* the interest of Mr. Thovnley in the  lease of fhe Green, and will  in future carry on. the business myself. Those wjshing  camping plots should apply  to me.  /"IRS-    'MclClNNIELLEV  /���������(M^^'3iiffTtaw������fl*l-?������iiar������.->ir.*  "      '   I PI  S!Bill  %  r $viyn$  V: t> '*-������  UPTON'S PICKLES "A SPECIALTY  Jl^ww^^ mmmt^< [I  4fUi^:g-w-<  Ask for Cnpitnl and Niiiiget Cigars  Smoke Little Tl Clears.  SETTLERS LOSE IN  FULL   COURT  Continued        from   Page   ;  n ��������� ~*^wi>   i i ������������������^wi      M���������i nil i i       "'in ������ i     ���������������������������������������nri m    i i ���������������  to make the ,'i.nli-electiorr piomise  that he would do his* best lo obtain  what was' l.nown as ihe rights of the  settlers. Mr. W.W. B. Mclnne:-' was  the rlrsl. ,iiiali who leally accomplish-'  ed anylhing. * Al Ottawa he voiced  the, eUiiius of the setl.leis *-o efi'.ec-  livcly lhat ai commission was appoint)  ed to come out to BriMsh Coluimjliia  and iiic|iiia-c into lhe fl,ueslion*.  Tho fommissioii    found    that there  was an urrdoulituxl hardship, and whilo  did not positively ivtate  that settlers oiifijht to  have-crown grants, it  said   it_lay  with tbe pro\incral  {jov-  emment to    settle   the   injiiestion on  equitable lines.   The Dominion     gov-  eiiunent's    pari  in the affair    arose  from the  fact.     that lhc lands   were  not origfinally conveyed direct to the  E.   &' N. Railway co'mpa'iiy, 4iiut were  handed ovicr lo  the (Dominion goveiiv  ment in  trust,  to be used in inducing and     encouraging'' ra'lway    const ruction, 'and frrin     the . Dotnlivioii  government were  trjnsferred,  in due  course, to the railway company, 'lhe  Ottawa commission sat^in the latter  nineties,   Thc .principal- result ot   its  labors was lhat it relieMed the Dominion  government  of furrhcr    connection with tlici matter, anrJ threw the  burden,on  the provincial .goveinmcnl  Tlie question was Uius .transferred to  lames Bay  and   another  commission  ���������Judge    'Henderson's    commission���������  ���������^ i  was appointed, come three or four-  years ago, which found against tne  si'ttleis. .The matter rested, until  il was taken up by Mr. Uawlhoin-  Ihwaile, Avho handled it with the energy which friends a**d enemies alike  credit him "with possessing. He " secured the pass-'uigi'- 'of' a measure,  which, to all intfsn.ts and .purposes ex-1  propiiatod the lani'ls in question, and  handed them o-.er'Ui the settlers.  "Divide'" cried one member of ~" the  house, on an occasion twhich has Le-  rome historis. "Yes,..divide," cried  the present lieutcnant-igoverinor ^of 1-hej. j-;  province, who was then a member  of the house. "It is a -bill to divide on."  Among    other things  which     were  provided by lhis    measure was tliat  the, government should take any steps  necessaiy    to make good its     ciown  grants    in law,-and .bear   practically  all  the evpenses of litigation, on   behalf  of the  set-tiers.     The first   gun  was   fired n.hout two jeais ago, when,  crown grants were issued to     James  McGregor  and William Ilog-gan.  .T-is.  "McGregor's      was    Attacked     in thc  courts  by the lailway company,   iuul_  Afr. Justice Martin, asistated ailove,  found for the settlers.     His decision  has now il������ en     reversed by thef   full  court. "^Under the term of  thc   Settlers' Rights  Act,  the government -is  bound to carry the case to the privy  coumcil.     The1    other  case,        t     r.f  Hoggan   is   possibly   more   imuortant  than  Uiat 0f McGregor's, since   I Lg-  gau has been deprived, not only    -ii  the rights he ulainied for   coal,    but  of lhe  sluface rights* also.    The land  which Hogtgan now lmlds is    cro .. n-  grantcd.    Tt  is partly covered  by an  important    sulhur.b    of Nanaimo   and  pait     of (he railway track    and   it  would havc included  the fine   pro\in-  cial jail, had     not the    government,  making   the  grant,   specially'  retai'Tr-  efil the surface rights on  this part of  the property.     A number of . i.e complicated 'qluestjons    as   <o  ownership,  etc., depend .carthe final decision / on  this matter.    Nearly one hundred sim  ilar claims rest upon this decision.  These Apples are just the thing for  making Jelly, being, fre,?h and juicy  MO lbs.  75c  arwmTini    rr.t������a������i������a<iiwi*wii i  A shipment of above just received  from   Salt,   Spring   Island  Per Dox of 4011):  S1M< N LEISER & CO Ltd.  ������=    FRESH SUPPLY OF--^  \    "3  IW, jlottofl, Pork, Mid  gl WE HAVE .ON HAND SOME VERY N1CE-  E ROLLED CORNED BEEF  !3 I-2C. LB.   ^  I A. HOWE %  ������ MEAT   MARKET ^  e^sas^EEK  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, F)r  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  StiitvS    Made to  Order to Fit and: ta your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  x  DIAMONDS      **  SS2;S3221SBES  ^4,  NOTICE.  I have taken over tlic sanitary business lately handled hy RT.\ Campbell  nnd am prepared to do work in this  line In first-class shape. Leave orders for heavy, team wpric, sanitary  \wjilr, etc., with Messrs. Blair &  Ad&m. Also any complaint regarding BCrtvenger work will bc''attended  to if laid at this place.  'ROBERT. CALLANnER.  Ladysmith, B.C.  Just received, a shipjncnl of DIA"MJONl" RINO'g y^^ w,e ]iave se.  cured b'efoi-c Uie last advance in price aivi w' jlt se,u' Wlcrn at 0\^  prices, therni^ You will Save. Twenty Pec O >nt  Wc can show you a nice, gen"(1*,���������e Dlsjf^oftd  Ring set in 1 -'Jr.  gold,  F r <i in $7.50 to $250  ^ss  B  POR^iMriER  V/alchmaker, Aewcller, Optician  FIR5T AVEMUE,  LADYSTHTH  vtsmsscisa^issa^'im>^^'jSht>7^  t.<umrwmM*izM>\nsta������i  e������f)������it������te9eftit������������������ii*#i ��������� ������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1 Have lhe Largest Supply of Fresh flents In the city, including:  LAMB, flUTTON, VEAL, BEEF  X   3������   PORK, ETC.    X- X  E. G. PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  it*������*������������i������a������������6s������8i������s������a  oe9������s<;)������s������e������e������8'*>e������i  :   ���������  *  PICTURE  FRAMES  and latest Patterns  and  Piais'Sea in  FRAME MOULDINGS',.  ���������%.-*���������*���������*.  i PLAQUES.  -*��������� ik ^ ���������%. -���������   ���������'  WALL PACKETS.  -%������������������%.'-*���������%.  Plcturea���������British and Geruian.   "Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  -*������������������������.-<������.-%.  Passe -Pattout Picture Bijitliag iu  all colors. Just arrived irom the  factory in the East.  Picture Framing Neatly dtone al'.'*  "H   KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ��������� ��������� ���������  Granite and Marble Works  ���������  Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at tire  lowest prices- consistent  with -first class stock and  ..workmanship. Trite lor  catalogue.'.-'.'.  A.  'STEV/AJRT,  148 Yates St. Vic-toria. B.C  '���������  ���������.������ ������ ��������� ���������}# ��������� ������ ������ c o ������ * ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Smoko a  Big  B Cigar.  '-''  LATJNCHTNG PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cltass lanmclr for picnic oi: excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to H. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. "Launch .may be engaged Tor the  evening at any time st  ������yj.in**tvmiiK*mr%wm*m^i  Dr. Dier caa^e found at any time  at his office on Qatacre street. His  dental work Is guaranteed to be first-  class, and rates reasonable.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xdailyledg.1-0178219/manifest

Comment

Related Items