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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Aug 11, 1906

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 *?,jp*ca-3sa.*3s.x/ui^na?40_aif j^  i   ���������f'  -      .^LEGISLATIVE'ASSEMBLY; ''*'  :''\  ��������� <���������,-  VOL.,2 ,  <#rulU)jif kifd.dsr'i/   /feC  ���������906T  'TI  '8nV 'AVCIUfLLVS  /���������h le?i!!���������e /l8s������*^  ���������l������   ���������*!  ELECTRIC LIGHT ,  BY-LAW DEFEATED  -I  -^4--%-  The proposed by-law' for the borrowing of the sum of $35,000 for the  purpose of installing an electric light  pinnt in Ladysmith, was defeated  this afternoon, the result being as  follows:  FOR   '. .'  '.   01  . AGAINST  '.'..  ...v.' .������110  LUMBER RATES  IRE hQW EXCEPT-  IQNULY HIGH  ..AT ft 1 'f 10(10  M^I^B FIVE CENTS  ��������� *>.frm  r There were S7 voles cast before the  miners' train pulled iu from Extension nt 3:45, and 8i> men climbed the  hill and cast their votes before the  closing  hour of 1 o'clock arrived.  Today's vote was one of the largest polled in tlie city, and it is clear  ly seen  by  the lesult that the resi-  SPOILED ...-. '     i'.!d"ciils of Ladysmith do not want   el-I pai,rfo'r charters to'California. For         ccfricily  this year, at least, if     the  Total    172     city .are to own it. ' ,  Seattle, "'Aug. ll!���������Lumber rates  between Puget sound and California  are higher now than they have been  for several years, according to the  statements of shipping men. As much  as - $8 per thousand '. feet ' lias been  0P-T0-D.TE  METHOD Of  COU  -���������%^%-  RAILWAY  COMMISSION  *z*m*Lmmumamm***m^~>������***-*'**  ���������>������������������������  Today's^ Colonist   contains ��������� the, foi  lowing    Vancouver    despatch:    > Ex-;-  Chief /justice Killam and Div   Mills,  CRICKETERS  ITQTOUR  Nelson,--Aug. 10. ��������� An important  meeting of the Cricket club was held  last evening when arrangements "were  of .the Dominion iailvvay commission -completed for  the visit- of the team  are in  the city today, en route'"   to   to the coast cities this month  .Dawson" to investigate the complain  of excessive  Yukon & White  merly  the rates have been' between  $1 and   $4:50.     The   shipping   men  say that the rates are still going up  and that they expect them  to reach  the $10 maik.  . The Globe Navigation Company has  chartered the four-masted schooner  Alex'. T. Brown and the schooner W-.  L. Smith to carry lumber,_froriv Puget sound to California. The rate  on these    schooners is $7.75.'     The  The coal and ore handling equipment at ports on the Gieit > alw  has leached a high degree of development. Two large coal-handling machines, which are also equipped with  screening plants have .been recently  installed on; the dock or pier of the  Boston, Coal Dock & Wharf Co. at  Duluth,   IMinn.     , The buckets of the  NO  HAWTHORNTHWAITE  " '   "��������� >    "��������������� *mv-      ���������   <   i  There will be no general election jng development and prosperity. The  this year. There was to have been;' western states# hQ continued# tooIt  in  fact,   it    wad  arranged     between'  the lenders of both sides ot the house !  Lbut there should be; but Mr. J. I  11/     Hawthornthwaite   has  brought  25 years   to develop,.^but,  owing   to  modem  methods     ot transportation,  he believed that     British     Columbia  [would   bo brought   to as, high a con-  ���������machines unload coal from   stcamei s' said.  or barges and store it on the stockpiles to the screening cquinmout carried  in  the  tower  of each  niacin'iu,  these   well laid     schemes to naucht.    ..,. ,       .,,,,'���������*���������  ,.     ,, ...      .     '       *���������    '  dition   as any part   oi  the     Pacific  says   tho Vancouver World,   after an .   ^    ���������     \v .    ��������� mu  .   .       . . ,~ ,. u" coast   during the next six years. The  uiterueiv with Mr.   J.. II. Hawthorn -.  ,. , , . ,      ,  ..      ., ... ���������, capitalists were making the most   of  LhwaiLc.     At least   Mr.  Hawthornth       * ,     .. -        ,   -. -  .���������  .,���������    . .       .. , their opportunities   oi exploiting   la-  waite    himseli    says  so;   and      after  ,     -  ^*L.^1K   . *       ���������       iX.  boo    than���������which no   place  iu    the  ( world   at present oflerecl  greater.  1   Foi- a moment   just   at this stage  that,   there is nothing   more   to     be  Anion?, other matters which Mr.  J  once  and for all. on his recent trip,   were   waite mi^ht e������thuse   over the &m~  '  H.   Hawthornthwaite   settled,     nn,������  >fc appeared     as if Mr. Ilawthornth-  and finally deposit the screened coal ' tho aspirations of Mr. Rous, the!1*1 ol the , country which as much  in box cars ami the stock coal on'member for Fernie, for the'portfol abandoa, as the ordinary business  storage piles. The conveyor has a'io of attorney general. It was on maI1, 'The enthusiasm was there-  bridge 30(i  feet  long,  of  which     130'tho   conservative     cards  that    Mr   Althought it was perfectly   evidently  schooners     are    on their, , way   here   ^IXo   .fcant,lc;er..sPani;   ^   sPan j Ross should   take the   vacant   port-  ������~~   ������������������'- -~- ���������  ------   flom thc' tower to the shear-leg sup-1 folio> alKj shou)d b&   re^lected while  from Australia.   ' They are expected  port at  the    edge of  the pier being  certain    divisions   still  prevailed     a-  in .shortly, and will take on ,   car-   m feet     At the front end ()[    t,    .  go as soon as possible.    The    bark   ���������rWtfs is a 53.Ioot>ni      d cantilever | ������<��������������������� ^ labor men.    Mr. Hawthora  "   " ----..     -.    .. J th waite has attended to that,     and  nvestigate the coniplai.it     The team will leave for the   coast   Henry Villard has also been charter- I "^ rh lilhlT  1^> '  ���������freight  -rates on    the   on the 17th and will participate in a  ed for lumber to San Francisco, and 'ultun^Tin       ������ ?>    !!  ite Pass route. On their   big    touin*n.ent    at Victoria which'   will get away shortly. '        ^f ^"8 ������1������.to clear the masts and  return they will hold sittings .n  Vancouver'and discuss the, .question  of E. "&~N. crossings at Lsidysm::h.  New Westminster and Nelson,  will be a,'match every day���������in  . ^ A DEATH COMPACT.  A strange story of a death', compact was-told in a coioner's court,  London, '.recently, ' when an inquest  .was held on George Buchanan' Scott-  Coward," aged    14, a'student.-    Thc  young man threw himself in front of the exhibition grounds." The sche-  a train at CTapham Junction Sta- dule has" been so arranged that each  tion, and was cut to  pieces.,,He was" team shall play every other day.   M.  will be  in piogics's from the 20th to  itouoan(j   healed   the divisions;  and-it is   now  get away shortly <��������� j j^g"������f;"^,3"^' tncV'a7p"oacl������ !,under8tood that tho   government    is  ���������    or,,     ,   ,,    , 4    ,.    .    - -���������       Sh,PP������ng '"en st-ate that there is a  o1. leave    t}       { The machines  aow-,ookinfi   around   for     another  n w i -1   S^ fo SrST ' win   TTf t^ t0n;?S%S������'ih������   ������������nSr  Uand* 2-ton TlLIt  pJelit Tavat- 1^ con.titute^cy   from   which      to  1 tflSZS������      i nZ��������� S������U"^and Cahf-   ing  buckets "at  speeJs of    250 fort   obtain a member   to fill the' vacant  3       V^cLiT fit������;*   ^TA^'S T '"a  T \* tllC "T1   ^ mi,lbte '������ traversing.   - The   ma- ' chair.    Mr.  Hawthornthwaite's   next  ������1>^^L?   ^.^.a,^rBr>-^l,ejr.fca''  fot >Ue U,Sh ratCS"     Cus".'-chines' are self  propelling,   and     can   great wpric is   to be the   destruction  There  torn hoiise brokers also confirm ' the '(......i, nlnnn. +1,' ,,' ,, ���������?'    ,     4   Vr     .- ���������   *     ������������������ ^ ^. .  ,, *.     .���������-..���������    t. ..       ..        ','   ..,     j travel along the-dock at   about   75  ot party lines 111 the province.   This  fact  statements    regarding the     shortage   fflfil:    -    minil.��������� ., J,.,.M ,,���������   ������������������ J   _. ,r_      feet per minute  two   games- every   day,    lor' while  of ships.    This condition is .   . *tul I    ^ttZ. ��������� ���������.;  ������������������        ,  ,       ��������� ' ^   b>' the   el80t ������n   ������'  one'ganu,  is in progress at Oak Bay, to last until after the freeze au   u, ' r^nT P'" " .        T ���������* ������V X������ SociaUsts in the *ext ^use>  grounds  another  will' be played ' at   the Behring Sea      - - "*'      fa^ns'    -One engine operates    the  which will necessarily     put    every-  ON  THE BOOM.  a fortnight'previously with a friend,Jot the -team ffiniiing the tournament  named Leigh Farnell. ' A letter was" and the Nelson boys have high hopes  lead'from the young man which sta- oL. winning" for they already/have a  ted: >"Our object in coming to L011- line,team but have promises,~Tjt"-be-'  don was to kill ourselves," 'but we lna able to secure the services oi two  delayed doing, so longer than we very fast bowlers who are in tho-  meant to for the'sake of hearing city and who aie said to be super-  Wagner's 'Flying Dutchman,' but'tins'   ior to any talent on the coast.  evening   jwe mean to die j    Airangements are now in line . lor  You will wish to know why I am ,:i special car and with this object in  killing myself. To me it seems that ', view the board of trade and the 20,-  Frielberg has alu-ady killed me. H ,000 club are co-operating with the  one puts a plant in a cellar it will cricket club. The trip should prove  die.        It  is a  weak and worthless ' a good ad. for  the City of Nelson.   ,  plant in  my case.     I  have had     to I  :-o   live in     an    atmospheie of bigoted, 'WAN'.S TO KNOW  horrible,     uncharitable  Catholicism., j - ABOUT CONSULS  among people-who not only had dif-1  . "  ferent    views., on-all  points to mine, I    Brussels.   American consuls in Eu  but expressed themselves almost dai-   rope   have     been instructed    by the        ' n ~u 'V'+V " I" 7*   ~7""  iy with the utmost rancour and    '     '������������������������-������- -������ ���������������---  ��������� ' --���������- ������-    - - '������le'  ������' H'  Smith met sudden death  bucket ;������nd moves   the machine along'body else   on thc other aide,   lodep-  the dock      A second engine operates 'cndent,y   of all this -  Ml.   Hawthorn-  "    ?%.*        ������"' Inmmng-0'1  thC; bndec''Lhwaite   expects that there will be a  while a third    engine operates    the '���������,���������., .   ... ,     .   .  m'^.1 Z~���������������    ,���������,i oT���������������i,. J���������i ���������m���������_^-    ereat cllamfi* m th������ Personnel   of the  conmg legislative     assembly.      Not  more than three or four members of  western    Saskatchewan is  filling-, up'ing chutes    are provided  with gates ,the Present "house,     he-says, can be  is furnished; by the   little'  town .of- at -the hopper, so  that thc   flow   of ,consider������������   to be at all sure of    re- political circles  on both sides.      It  Milestone;    where two    hundred cars'coal   can   be   accurately   controlled, .election.    It will be remembered that had   been, the intention      to spring  of~settlers' effects were .unloaded -this 'and k{ Jhe lower ends are telescopic   the   present   socialist party   consists an election   this fall, before the soc-  season.     Ten     new threshing,  .out- folding chutes  foi   discharging    co.il   ot three"members. (ialists were ready, but they had not  fits," and   200 new  binders have'been  an*������ D0X  cars on   ^c railway   track 1    Mr.   Hawthornthwaite- arrived, this, been caught      napaing as  his     tour  s jd      * -.|iii  front    of the lower.     There   are   morning   from the upper country. T.ha. had proved,-  and as this    advantage  ��������� - , two  operating   cabins,   one   is    over  statistics of the trip shows that   he  was not now    to be gained,     there  that Mr. Hawthornthwaite was some  what out of his role in blessing, he  continued to bless for several min  utes befoi-e he remembered - himself.  Suddenly pulling up. he said: "Of  course all this prosperity is of a  iverly little advantage to the workers, but it is absolutely necessary  that the country should go through  this stage."  Touching on thc immigration of  Hindoos, Mr. Hawthornthwaite said  it was viewed with considerable 'er  larm in the upper country. Fear  was expressed that the demand for  labor would cause the repeal of tho  $500 poll-tax on the Chinese. He  hoped that this would not be done.  He objected to those people op. racial grounds. It was the- white race  which must solve the econioimic pro  blems of the day.  There was considerable activity    in  CRUSHED BY  ORE SLIDE   ������������������ ���������' ���������  The Nelson News gives the following account of  the death of   D. II.  Smith,     a    telegraphic account    of  which appealed in these columns:  Pinned down by a fall of   crushed  the shear legs    and' enables the op- 'has visited   25 points, and  delivered  erator to see  the operations in' the '30 speeches.   In between the speeAhea  hold  of the  vessel,   the other  is   on   Ml-. Hawthornthwaite   took observa-  the tower and is used when handling ' lloaf3  oi      tne  industrial   aspect     of  the coal    from     the storage piles to   thin British Columbia,  he    told  the     screen    hoppers      The   hinged >        Wovldj was       the midat of  one  cantilever is handled bv cables on 1     . ��������� .    . ���������*,...���������  of  the    greatest   capitalistic   booms  -.. il1-   's'ta1c department lo send, full lists of'.  y,.��������� ���������������,, ]iriri������������������ cmaitt,r ������������������ Ppm ���������  justice against things which weie all   the   consuls of all nations accredited ''U ^ Ha" M,neS SmeUer ������n Ftlday  my idealy.     The winter killed    me. I to the   various countries with" inlor- I  It was not the cold; it was the dark ' mation   a  brown hills,  the lifeless  trees  hideous fearful mountains.  afternoon.  The deceased  was missed by    his  drum driven from tlie eugine which  operates the bucket; this drum is  fitted with a clutch and brake.   o   ARMY SECRET SERVICE  in  the   history     of the continent ���������  w-hidh is the socialistic way. of   spell  would be no election. One thing  was certain however, that 'whenever  the election did take place, those  conservatives who had voted against  the 8-hour day for the smelters  would have no chance whatever of  being returned. Feeling was extremely bitter among the smelter men  that this measure had been defeated.  Toward the end of the civil war  the value of a well-organized scout  service came to be  fully appreciated  la. k   nation   as to then   salaries Method  huuUsiAy   Ml.s   FinnertV( of the  Sun.   by the iea(,crs o{ ,)oth ^  the   of g.admg   system of promotion and   nysi(,e hotel> ,ast Fd(,      n- ht'   am,   h       no commanders o[ moclern timc;  . nciease of salaries and.Uic cxamina- on Saturday morning she inquired at   were better    served    in this respec  TO FIGHT  SEPTEMBER 3  Lions required for entering the service  Data concerning the Belgian consuls  is especially desired because of the  good work they have done in the last  ten yea is in pi onioting Belgian com-  meice in Pcisia, China, and. South  Amenca.  LIEUT .1.   S.  HAMILTON  WRITES OF SUICIDE  A land without lines and without  color���������not that Switzerland has no  lines and color, it has only too  much."  Leigh Farnell, the companion of the  dead student, stated that he went ^o  Clapham ��������� Junction with Scott-Coward, who persuaded him at the last  moment from following his example  saying, "Think of the great grief ��������� it  will be to your patents,"   o   PLAGUE OF ANTS.  Berlin. The series of' thunder-,  .storms which visited Berlin recently,  altho causing a considerable amount  of damage, came as.a welcome relief  after the excessive heat. A curious  spectacle was witnessed preceding the  storms.        Almost all of the streets  ���������were literally covered by millions of I was rdiind it should be buried beside  black-winged ants. ' The lively little'that of his father in. Arlington ccme-  creatiires were an alternate source of (cry,, across the Potomac from this  annoyance and amusement to the in- city. The letter came from Chicago,  habitants and visitors.���������Chicago Rtc- and since that time no trace of the  onl-IIerald.. ._ "-officer has  been  found.  Washington, Aug. 11.��������� Army olli-  ccrs. 'stationed- in this city are, much  concerned regarding the- whereabouts  of Second Lieut."-'John's.' .Hamilton,  Twelfth infantry. Under date of August 2, Hamilton addressed a letter  to the chief of staff, notifying him  that he. intended to commit, suicide,  but requested    that     when his'body  lmcs  respect  than Gen. Grant, and Gen. Lee. Both  were kept infoimed daily as to nearly everything that went on within  the enemy's lines.  Gen. Goidon relates Lbat one/morning' toward the end of the long conflict, when tlie Confederates, ofl'icers  and men alike, weie ieduced to unpleasant straits for food, a captain  from tlie Union headquarters went,  under a flag of I nice, with a communication to     Gen.   Lee concerning  '        .���������" ,."'������������������''     eye gouged out  and the nose crushed  HORSk   EATS   CAR   TICKET. .The Victoria' Colonist   cf    to-day   in'..   The body was  black and discol-  Pittsburg.���������- "Thai, horse ate     my   says:     Carrying   the  first  cargo     oi j ored as though   , death, bad resulted  transfer and I  won't  pay." hardwood   lumber  probably  ever im-   from suffocation. .. Decomposition had  the smelter  for  him  and was     told  that he had not been "seen since the  previous day at  noon when the timekeeper  checked   up  the  time   of the  men   working.      She  asked   that     a  search he made but after waiting for  .1  few minutes she was   told that thel  man could  not be found on the premises.  "Not   hearing     anything    of him,  Fiunerty    again  visited  the   smelter  yesterday) morning and superintendent  Medley caused a   search lo be made,    the exchange of prisoners.  The big ore bin,   where crushed   ore     "Gen. Lee, "said the. captain, with  from    the    mechanical    roaster was   a smile,  after delivering his. message  stored, was first visited but a   brief   "Gen.  Grant .-.sends- you  his personal  glance into, it  led   to  the belief that ��������� compliments, ami bids me assure you  there  was    not   enough    ore   in  the   that he knows exactly  what you had  biii to cover a  man, and search was   for breakfast, this morning."  made elsewhere finally coining     back      "Gen.    Grant must be misinformed  to. the  bin. as to  this,"    replied   Gen.  Lee,' sur-  -..Workmen were put in  to dig round   veyiug thc message bearer with a sad  and see if Smith was under   the ore   smile.     "Gen.      Grant  is  a generous  and in a short time they came across   man, and if be had known with what  his body.     The body was lying    on a breakfast I had    lo content myself  the bottom of the bin with the   left   he woul' certainly  have sent me half  -**-���������*-  Goldfield, Nev., Aug. 11.���������Joe Gans  and Billy Nolan, manager for Battling Nelson, at 11 o'clock   to-night i  MONEY UNDER  SIDEWALKS  Seattle, Aug. 10.  ~ An   army   of  small boys digging with their hands  signed articles for a  fight on   Labor ,in the mud *} *he "������nier ^ SeCOnd  Day.    The papers were signed in tho   Avenue and XcS^. Way' afd     eve*y  presence of "Tex"  Rickard,   George ,now and thcn f\shlng ui' st,fy nlCk"  ,,,     ....       i T    ������t   o ii- i els,    dimes     and occasionally   quar-  Wingbeld and L. M. Sullivan,   whoso-     '    .   1C   . ,. ,     , ���������  n    . . , -ii*      ters, half dollars aud    dollars    was  cflorts   weie  mainly   responsible    for ���������  ,    ' ,.,.-,,���������       j    ^.  ii       ������_   ���������, . *-     r. a  i    x      the unusual sight that followed   the  the agreement.     Gans accepted    ten i, , ������, , ..  .,     ������������������   .   , ,, w        ,.     , ,  .,    i tearing up of  the old wooden    side-  thousand dollars as Ins share   of tho i     ,, ���������  ������,.. o,   f���������n     ������ x  -iwalks on the busy corner a   day or  puise under the following agreement: I ' '  Straight    Marquis    of    Queensberry. , s������ ag0". ,  ,     ,        r ��������� x       At ix j     The sidewalk had been down     for  niles to a finish.    At weight agreed I ��������� ,  i-..j i���������       ��������� v ���������      j   ?i       -yeaie.    From the cigar stand on 1 lie  upon, IS., pounds, weigh in at   three  } , . ,, ..  "^.���������i��������� i       t> ..���������, 4���������  i     ��������� x  ���������      xi   x  coiner and fiom  the people standing  o'clock.     Purse to be cut so    that    ,     ,    ....      r .        ,  This was the remark made, to "a ported into British Columbia,.���������* tho  conductor of a ..Craig and Center car barque Alder Bosse arrived in tho  this morning by an irate wciinan as Royal Roads last night, She left  she got on the car. She pointed to 0tarn, Japan, on June 15th, abd rc-  a horse which was .browsing about,] ports_an uneventful voyage. The car-  hitched to a grocer's cart.. .'.. *goj consists of elm and  other    hard-  The woman's story was corrob)rat-   woods,  which had been very careful-1  ed, too, by some  of   the other   pa's-; ly- selected   with   a. view  of creating  sengers    who had mounted the.    car  a market  for such in this  province,  with her.     But the conductor could   So far as'cair.be learned,  the cargo  not hear  to. that excuse. , was brought    across the Pacific    on  "You ought to have brought the specula tion. The vessel -entered at  nag on with you, ma'am,", he said, Winim-ian Head last night and soon  "and I could have rung him up for afterwards passed on to Vancouver,  fare.    Come, pay up." ..Usually a  barque    carried nine .men  She paid.     The  woman  had   drop-  before the mast,   but. on  the    Aldei  Jied her transfer and the horse   was   Bosso there  are eighteen.    These aro  ���������quicker than she was.��������� Philadelphia   aU Japanese sent out by the Japan-  North American. ese government.  already set in. ..-.'���������  From the position in which the  ^ody was found, it is thought -that  Smith was' working under an overhanging of the crushed ore which is  soft like flour, but packs hard. Digging caused this to fall, and the .unfortunate man was buried alive.  Dr. Arthur, the coroner; stated  that he could notice no evidences  that death was due to suffocation  but could not see any other injuries  which would have proved fatal. On  theanther hand', the undertaker states  that the body has every evidence oi  death by suffocation.  In view of the statement of the  coroner it is thought strauge that no  inquest was held. .  of his. Give him my compliments,  he continued, with a sudden twinkle1,'  "and say" ;that altho I do not know  what he had for his breakfast, I have  full'particulars concerning his dinner  last night."  WILL   START   CIVIL  ACTIONS.  It is understood that wriLs will he  issued within a few'days against  tho C. p. R, as owner of the  Princess Victoria, in civil suit, claiming damages. The estate of the  late Mr. Chick, Mi-. Bryce ami Mr.  J. O. Benwell will bo plaintiffs in  tbi-ee of the cases.  Mr. Joseph Martin, K. C.,is understood to have been watching the  police court proceedings in the interests of the Union Steamship Co.,  ownler of the Chehalis.  &  Nelson .will get $20,000, win or lose; i  Gans to get $10,000 win or lose, j  Gans and Nelson each to post with  John S. Cook & Co., bankers ol  Goldfield, $5,000 upon signing articles  of agreement at Goldfield, August 10  at 2 p.m.   :���������o   ��������� ���������  BASEBALL.  The Cowichan Leader says: The local aggregation of ball tossers have  been practicing faithfully during the  last week in preparation for their  game with Nanaimo, /which takes  place in the near, future.  On .Tuesday evening an exciting  game took place between the Junior  team and a doubtful-looking bunch  called the "Hit 'em Hards," in  which the latter were victorious by  ���������1 to 3. There were many plays of  a phenomenal order and some sensational batting by a new "dark  horse" who made his debut in right  field. His slide at third war? the fea  tu re of the game,  For the Juniors, Campbell at short  missed nothing, while Parker at  first, caught everything from a cold  gilt-edged FFGG CC DDF CDFDCDBj  to a fly. The winners all played  gilt-edged ball, and no doubt if the  immortal "Jirhmic" had been there  tu run a few men off at third, their  score would have been doubled���������but  "Sirtunie" had gone camping.  about waiting for cars, coins almost  daily fall to the sidewalk and tum-  !blc through the cracks. Aware of  this fact, possibly from previous experience, the small boys began to  Hock around the moment workmen  started ripping up the old planking.  One wild rush, frantic searching in  thc mud and lights galore marked  the bringing up of the planking. It  was all over in fifteen minutes and  the youngsters with the unusual feeling of having money in their pockets,  scattered from the scene of the skirmish in the direction of the nearest  candy store.  BROKERS   ARRESTED.  New York, Aug. 10���������Four stock  brokerage establishments were raided by the police today and four men  arrested on a charge of failure to  register a co-partnership.. The men  arrested were held toi $2,500 bail..  , 0_   C(UT ON  STRnCE.  Halifax, Augi. 10.���������One hundred  men at the Strathcona coal mines  River Herbert, Cumberland County,  are on strike because the management in order to offset tjhe reduction in price of coal to the Intercolonial railway, cut ten cents a  ton   eB coal   cutters today. THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  iHt daily imm  Publhihai  every,   day   except Sunday  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.   .  SUBSCRIPTION.   ,  One Year (in advance) $5.00  Oue Month  ~ ... _  80 cents  SATURDAY    ."..'"Aug.   11,   190G    i  NEW YORK IS SECON1).  New /York, Aug.   10.���������Uy     shutting  out Pittsburg today New York     gx>t  into  second     place.   The scoio     was  Pittsburg 0, New York   I.  I-IMA WORKED WONDERS"  i i  Says a Well-Known Canadian.  Esquimau   & Nanainio Railway  REFORMERS IN IMOTtSlA.  Washington, Aug. 10���������Tlie Persian  Minister late today received an ofli-  clal notification that the Persian  government has issued n, decree grant  ing to the people of that country  a national assembly.  LYNCHER GU7PS 15 YEARS.  Charlotte, N. C, Aug. JO���������G. Hall  was tonight convicted of conspiracy  in connection with the lynching at  Salisbury of three negro murderers  of the L-yrley familj'. and was sentenced lo lo years in the stale  prison.  Winnipeg, Aug. 10���������According to a  Spalteholz,, a German lumberman of  llresden. who is heie ���������\\ ith a view  to establishing trade connection  IWftk B. C. Mills as a source of  supply, Germany requires Canadian  lumber and timber in practically  uadimited quantities, but tariff con!  ditlons are unsatisfactory to promote a large trade.  Pe-ru-na Is a Systemic Catarrh  Remedy, Especially Adapted  to Cases of Nervous Pros- -  ,  tration, Caused By Overwork, Menial Strain  Or Extreme Summer Heat.  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  BFFECTIV  E JULY, IS'.  3. S. JO  Sails from Lad. smith for Vancouver every Tiie'iUy at 6 o'clock a.m.  Sails from Vancouver foi- Ladysmi th every   1.1. .inlay   and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p. in.'      ���������  r  N" latitudes where warm woather Is of  lonu, eoiitiuuanco, tho iuhabitauta  become more or le.s accustomed lo it.  , In Temperate Zones, however, where  the change from winter to summer Is  great, tho sy.__e_n is sometimes poorly  propared lo meet, the exigencies ol! hot  weather. This is tho cause of much  sickness.  , Stomach catarrh, indigestion and dyspepsia are not among the least ot summer ailments.  When the digestion is disturbed, the  assimilation is alao  .   |N0|CEST|0N  CAUSES  WEAKNESS.  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  c  fl  Mr. P. Brien, Accountant, residing at Si8 Third street, Limoilou, Quebec,  writes:  "The fatigue's entailed by my duties as acc-ountiiiit^bejraii to weaken my  system about a year ago. I felt that I would not. long bo able to withstand  the severe strain upon my nerves, as, a thing unknown to me before, I  would long for office hours to bo over in order to real.  "I gradually grew weaker and a few months litter my sight was impaired, i tlwn broke down completely and was obliged to take my bed. I  was also jsuf.'jr'ng from palpitation of the heart."  "After a fi'v. woe!:.-;' treatment by a local physician, I was in the same critical condition, .tnd a'_ the doctor held out no groat prospects for me, I decided to cxpi ,-i mom. oil myself.  "I took sovto4������.l remedies advertised as tonics, but did not derive any  benefit.-  "Peruna was then given a Mai, and before I had taken, it a week I felt  my condition improving. After a few weeks more had elapsed, during  which time I followed the directions carefully, my shattered nervous  system becams firmer, my sight stronger and I hoped to be out soon again.  "My expectation? were realized, lor iu three wcokt. I assumed my duties  as accountant at the office.  "Peruna certainly worked wonders on my system, and for persons run-  down from overwork, I believe It Is the most efficacious tonic."  f&^|K_f  teflt  Assistant Wa.- Correspondent Recommends Pe-ru-na.  Mr. H. B. Manley. assistant War Correspondent during the War In China,  care "Black and White,"688 Craig St.,  Montreal, Canada, writes:  "When a man travels in extremely hot  or cold climates, ho realizes how valuable a friend he has if he carries a bottle  of Pernna.  .     "I know of no article in my traveling  outfit which I havo learned to praise  I   higher.  .     "If you  avo  suffering   with  the extreme heat. Peruna restores you, or if  you are afflicted with a cold, la grippe  or bronchitis, Peruna restores you in a  short time.  "Or if you suffer with sleeplessness or  if your appetite is poor, again Peruna  acts as a good, true friend and is the  tonic needed.  "I havo tried it for months and am  only too glad to acknowledge it ns a  true, loyal standby in times of trouble  I do not hesitate to recommend it  to all."  For free medical advice, address Dr.  S, Ii. Iliirtman, President of the Hart-  man Sanitarium. Columbus, Ohio.  affected,   aud  as a  result the body does  not   receive   the  nourishment    it    should. (_ Lassitude,  weakness, brain fag, loss of flesh and  nervous  prostration are   the   natural  results.  What is needed is a remedy that will  restore tho digestive organs to -their  normal condition. ,  Such a remedy has been found in  Peruna. It has proven itself of priceless value in thousands of cases of this  kind.  It3 action has been seemingly miraculous in restoring some patients who had  given up all hope of recovery.  But there is. nothing strange about  Pcruaa's action.   It simply  tones  up  the mucous   mem-  Geo, _L. Courtney,  District Pitsscnjyei' Ageui  58 Government St., Victoria, B.C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITti   UOf>K_���������  '���������    and'-   .    v  ���������WHITE   LAUOU���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACREC STREET- ,   Ladysmith.  PE-RU-NA'S  BENEFICIAL  EFFECT.  branes of the organs  involved restoring  them to their  normal conditions and leaving Nature  to perform her duties unhindered.  That person who has sound, healthy  mucous membranes lining the entire  digestive tract is well-guarded against  thc usual summer ailments.  Peruna is the means whereby to attain this most desirable condition.  If you suffer from any of the above-  mentioned 'symptoms, try a bottle of  Peruna.  One bottle of this remedy is sufficient  to convince any one of its merit as a.ii  safe and   reliable remedy for all catarrhal conditions.  Wo have many letters of gratitude received from persons who havo experienced its benefits.  These testimonials are pi-oof to us  that Peruna has not failed in tho mission for which It was intended, that of  relieving; suff erins and i-estorinjj: health.  , SETTLOR  mJKNE-n OUT.  I   Fielding, Kusk.,   Aug. JO���������Th������ farm  house   of   P.   Stewart, a new settler,  tomobile   owned  and  dm en by f'tew   wft������.   bumed    ani,   -lUs  contents 'deslr-  FATAL ATTEMPT TO Aim EST  New York,   Aug     i 0 ���������When   an au-  art   li.ll ion, i.m   into  a   mounted   po  1 iceman  who  u.is   atwmpting  to aires t   thc   dri'oi  l.iamv cnih    (���������<!  lo.   \VJ.        i i  i  Bait ini-  j lJ     i .i       .i  ;erly mj> ' ��������� "  [the   ho-, i' -'  'son  of   th'        >  ���������tho    partj   i-  j seriously    h    '  ilio*  and   th.  , Smith wet c * I  lor speeding in the  ., Alis. T. W.c-'Nob-  liuig s.iLsman of  ���������',-. <> upnnts ���������������  i .ml so sev-  . "I tonight in  i"   ;aret John-  ���������t        .is  one     of  i   >       h-     hospital  .' nvo.rt     Kl-  ii       tarry     K  ,.       d.  oyed bore.  Loss  is Si,000.   +   OIL TRITDT   INWCTED.  - t       UnderffyewJAlanjiKinerit  HOTEL WILSON  Jus. R. rVcKinnell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headaiarters.  Modern and     Strictly First Clata.  Fire Proof    Ruildiif. ,  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  ''or a;cool, refreshing���������  B AT H  Our ing the Summer  Months Call pn'-^  "  THOMAS LEWIS-  Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High. Street  Best accommodation for transient  *nd permanent boarders and lodgera.  ORAND.    HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished - and- the bar Is up-to-  date. Rates Sl.t������ a day and ������p-  w<\rda.   -     .<���������<',.    -.'���������>���������  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  ������������������plaaaiawx' :������-:' :���������������:->���������: Ladyaatlth  NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSE*  Large Stock of Home giown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  now matured for the Fall  Trade.' ;  No expense, Iocs or delay  of fumigation or inspection.  Headquarters.  for    Pacific  .Coast grown. Garden, Field,  and Flower  Steeds in season.  ��������� Bee Supplies* Spray Pumps  Whale Oil Soap. Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  For Fal! Planting  We do business on our own  grounds���������no rent to pay and  are    prepared    to meet   all  competition.  Let me'price your list be-   -  lore placing. your order.  'Catalogue  Free.'  M. J: HENRY,  3oio Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  Jamestown, i\. V., Aug. 10���������The  Fedcr.il Grand jury for the, Western  district ol -NW" York this afternoon  returned hull'-l meals' against the  Standard Oil Co , of New York,,  to Panama Railioad Co , and Lhe  Vacuum Oil Co., of Rochester for  /violations ol the yileistato Commcv-  co law.  SULTAN IS INDISPOSED.  Viienna, Aug.   10.���������According   to   a |  message   received    here,    lrpni    Con- j  slanlHkople    the      Sultan'.-,   mdis'po.si-  tion    made necessaij    the   cancelling'  ol today's      sclamlik.    'J he    foreign j  repi-esen'tatives    who   had    assembled  to   witness   the   ceremony    withdrew  when   this   became  known,    and   -the  troops  stationed at      the  spot   were  dispersed      Jt is reported   that     tho  Sultan    iniusl.  undergo   an    operation  mid  it is declared  here already that,  ho has    done   so.     This news  of the  Sultan's     ill  'health      has  awakened  deep interest here.  Fletcher Bros.  t *'..Ocaie'ra.ln.....  Pianos   & Organs  ladysmith, B.C  Plumbing and Tinsmithing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices   By    ,  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders* at Peterson1? Furn -  ture Store, or telephone No 5h.  Sunlight Soap Is better than other _0������pB, but  s best when used til the Sunlight way.  lluy Sunlight S.ip .tii.l follow Djri-ctionu  .P4.4..|4..^4<4.^4.^i.i.^4.^^^.1.4>.^4.^.t.|..{.t.4.4,4,^4..^.t4^,4���������|,^4.^^^4,^.{..t,t^,ll.|,^  ... m  ���������*54. V.JT-.U, T^Aasiwi  &  ������&*.   ^Jl  MONEY  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES. _  Smelting Worlcs at  LADYSMITH,   B, C.  *  +  Bigger  laorc  Crora  Cleaie,  ies '4b cj "1  CHATBAfi l^MI'  'vl-H     ".'  iSciSpi- Ii Pays to llnow ihe Exact Chicken raising a very easy  and simple way oi adding  to the fat-m's cash profits.  CHATHAM  INCUBATOR  MILL  DUNDEE-  WB  Scotlands Best.  II nUDSOItS DAT (0.  Sole    Agents for B. ij  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  Weight o������ Everything you  Euy or Seil.  CHATHAM vxm SCALE^r  ������H'j ikVj!. r> . iyVf.vv-"it���������'-(���������*��������� *. '--'iciMJ  ���������^(hj'.'* vi* ������������������%..,���������*  ���������'ff*SabL  r  Capacity 49 la 8D hush,  ���������'(wi- hous'.  Capacity  2.U00 lbs.  You nciirt a Scalo on your farm.  Voii need it linliliiuH'��������� lii-diiy.  lOveiv <l::.V yuu |int il oil" yon loso money.  Suppose von roll KiinioliugfinLfi'.'isntHapound,  anil ti-iisl, Lo your lU'olui-'rf Hi:iilt-M, v.iiich aru l/'-'O  out.. 'J'liat jiKiiiiw a li'ws to ynuof ������1 cuuU on  uvury'^>0 pciu nil lici[.;. .     '  'I'lic-n vou i ,'jll HKh) bushel!) i������f fit-am at7f>coiiU.  TlilBdnalcr'ri Keiilcs nra uuly i/iU out, bub your  lo*8is$lX."5ontliocleui. .  Tho loss t'11 ��������������� i---w ii-ftiisiictlonu of Ibia laud  would buy a dozen -ouli;:).  When crops iaro jioor yon necil every emit  thoy ai-o v.-ui-lb.  "WL^n tticy uio good you can't  No. 5���������120 Egga  No. 3���������240 Egga  CTawSm^,ny?.Tin1c.^i7,.Clover,Mni6t1 ^, ^^ S' o^ymJ    OaU, Jjurloy, li'Jas, Pc.iu, i.sjans, Coru aud ail rn;���������^.^ 3!'0��������� tlliuk yoii enn ail'urd iU Miomoi-o  Voii nciid ii fcalc on your farm at all Uincu.  .'liolo-iH you " '  ' ...-.-..-.1 -i  -i           you rificA it.  Poultry raising pays.  Pcoulo m-Iio tell you that thoro la no monoy In  riilslne cliiokH may havo trludlo mako.iuonoy  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.  Gentlemen���������In June '98, I hail my j  hand and wrist bitten and badly  mangled by a vicious horse. I suffered greatly for several days and tlie  itooth cuts refused to heal until your  agent gave a bottle of MINAHD'W  LINIMENT, which I began using.  The effect was magical; in five .hours  ithe pain had ceased and.in two wcelisj  ithe wounds had completely healed  and my hand and arm were as well  as ever.    Yours truly,  A. E. ROY,  Carriage Maker.  St. Antoine, P.Q..  euuda. , ��������� , . ,  JLiar,<:o Hopper, Scrov/1' er. 1 'i-r^uy tcgnlatca.  J\fjll  ' '      '      '       ' " '  et"  Willi  Knd  trbUhs).                             .-,!,,���������   m���������jw:'������mr. ���������fTocI��������� practicaUy infloKJ-rnotible���������insuring ab- tuo^doltpertectly andBuccessfulIy.  Works.e; ;.ly and smoothly, combines bi^s ' (r     gn t   tho s.(lUd fraui0 of Ul0 truck.  Tbi.s     Thousands ot poultry-raisers-inon. and wo-  pllcity with ingenuity.                    ,.  .  . _   "servo* (bo knifo  cdros and f'wvn  solid- men all ovor Canada anil tbo Lnitcd State������������������  ^The^Chathu.n.Fannh-.^MiUTyiUr^yfor keif P-^ ^^c.   W.c^ouCvotbo iovlJr to Savoprovcdtotboii-saUsfacUonthatltiapront-  over and ovum ono i wir.   lb  s   ..o gieaUhtt J^Vjw tbo scalointoiiio again ib automatically al>lo to raise chicks With tho Chatham Incu-  ooonouiiTOi-andiirolik-bmldorL: . tl.<: .aim.   1������ tt((il,atsiUo]f v,itiioutRny troublo toyou.   Xfcis l.atorand lirooder.  ������^n?woroBifoUb&bc.^ tSi.u o������ly. Bcftle iiu^Ocia C'anadiL tlialiyFlJJflo t hia.     Tho Chatham Incubator and Brooder^s hon:  nse on liuntivedu  of  tluni3j.o;  Canada and  ilnitcd Stales. _____                                             _                       _       or without B_v..BiiiS Atlac_i_r.c:.'_, as uesu-ea. ^^ f^ccti'v." lTHTs ah'solutely accuratoYib sldation 'is VcrfcVb."thef__r6_no_or Wllai-lb, and  PRIZtS AWAf !iOS���������'XIUvhcRt aw.-.Kla at'Worifl'-i c_;i.inp3 each yinir-c nv.d balanco wilh liis. official tho workmanship tho best,             ,  Fair,  86. Louis : _.'aH-Ar..orlcan, I.::fra!i): b:.,.i.ii_ and glvca ua a ceMilicato of accuracy     a,h_ Chat,hnm   Incubator   and Brooder is  WorliVn lair,   Va,r\&,    trance;    J t.ronto, v. inch ;,'oe_ \yitb thoscale.                                     Blniplo as well as s.c-entitic in construction���������a  -Wlnnipes. Hnlifax, Cliarlestoa, &avanni-Ji w o will. sli;|) a Chatham l-arm Scalo any- .VOI},Hn (a-c-itl can opcrato tbo mauhino in their.  and .-ackKonV-iJc.                                         - v.:'.:>:i-e m Canada.   Hon t, send iu any| money. i0iaut0mo_Lout_.  ,              .���������         ���������_,,,-   ^ _.;_tK-_i:dlnyonrr>vdi:.nnd wo'llneiul thoecalo                    >-  QUARAKTS.:- -Kvo-"/mi_l gnarantocd l_r 1.. 3 j,,) r.,staa tbo rail load can got it to you.   Our     Our proposition i. thin: Woivill tihip you tho  years.   _������_.:!_al-i'ettma. t.'.uisof payment-are iicknov.-led|-ed to bo tbo Chatluiiu incubator uud Brooder. fi-_i(.ht _>i-fj-  Wo send tl <������������������ Chatham Fan:;' ..: ?.lill to n-������������������/ n,i,it lilip.ral ever oirerwl.    Ask your ncifchbor.  paid, and  former on roc int of his order, at o-...-o.M ;..>'..rt ...;_tKi ���������_yournamoaiKladrli-csMoti a post, card                     ���������       N     <-.���������_.,   ������i_n|  Af*pr  any cash do v.- and tbo most _ii_(.-.'..-.i l<si-w-. ��������� - ,,~.d   v.'e'll mail  you our  booklet about tbo          lou ray No *-~*h Until Alter  xjaymont. ci.atbau', farm SValc.   .,,.,,                                      190G Ilurveat.  ��������� .**_,__*. r.yrn������",^ rl^ Boo,. ^f������^f������?������M m J^T^T&C^^  ,<r v-^i-oboii.o'i nt'cahrary, Brandon, Pavvina, Winnipeg, New 'U'estminster, B.C., Montroal,  .oir, J.lic-ii.  ���������" ��������� 617  1 nn' n.w.e in  >���������������������������<���������' "'V BOfvle m������i.em<_-_nauaLim& vsan cio mis. 'j;ho Chatnam lncunator ana urooaer is non-  ���������"���������'-'i nt  farm,  in     Thc tlliatbaml'Vurn Kcalois absohitelynccur- estly constructed.   There ia no humbu_r about  "vm-nVhrd with n!n.   Keforo v.o _lu'i> a Chatham Farm Scalo jt.   ].Very inch of material i. thoroughly tested,  -"'aa desired        it >*  thoroughly ft'0"0 over by tho Goverzi- the ma'bhino la built on right priuciplos, the In-  "Eo-w to Make Ho..'  Wo can supply vou quickly fiflm our distrllmtini v-^rolu  H(kl_fa___, Cbatlituu.     Facloriesftt Cu.W5i, U.vt., am! Uetjm.  The ML4NSON GAMPBE1X Co., limited, Dept. No. \5 aGHATHAM, CANADA  HEAD OFFICE  I DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  +    ��������� ��������� ���������   w...      _. .w..- *  I      Vancouver Island, B. G. General Manager,  t  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  THe GITV raKRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C...  LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE I  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV- 1  ED PROMPTLY A  ND  SAFELY. f-  Stabled'in the rear o! the Lad ysmith hotel.  .'���������.'��������� '' Abbotaford  Leave orders at   the  A.  J. WASKETT PROP.  l.4.i.4.*-**.*^4-*--*--*-*^4--H-V-*-i-*-^**-*.  . *-������������������ ��������������������������� * ->- -��������������� t~4--t-*.+ ������ <>^  k'--.%--%'%^*.*���������*.���������*���������%������.   -* ^-^.-^-^.-k-^-^-^m..^.-^.^-^-^^.^^.  WM. MUNSIE.  President    J. W. CODURN, Managing Director.  Telephane 4-b.    ������ .  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND   LADYSMITH-.f-  v, Va V*V  MANUFACTURERS OF   Rough and Dressed Fiv and Cedar I_n.iiibers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,     ETC.,     of   the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  *  *  f  *  r.  r  ������>^v<*r^^^������r4s,a_r*^*<-^-K-a^^__^������������w_^ <B><_K������<-^_kifc^> ������<������^<_>'a^<_^><_^������^t^%^<^ wz?*  v'/>:'-'���������'���������;'"���������?:1.!  THB ^DYMlTH ������aT1^  'SlwSSS,  LODGES  liADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.~  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  lellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,    M. ol R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER~OF~  DRUIDS.  Wellington. Grove, No. 4, UjA.O.D.  Lmeets in the    LO.O.F.  Hall,   Ladysmith, the Second and Fourth   Wednesdays  of  each  month,   commencing  [Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited  to   at-  |tend.    By Order  WM. RAFTER, Rec.  See.:  PATRICK BURK, N.A'.    '  .i;g3ESS^13  H1LBERT  "BZJUZ. '4i&L<ZS^3t&8SS-3L&d&ilB9^t  GALE0OMAN"  ii  (Leads Them  IlN quality  R.P.RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  /Pacific Coast.  |VICTORIA.  ���������-: ���������-:  Agency.  ���������    _:- :- B.C  {CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY  I Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOfl  |None tm   Union Labor    Rmploysd  -n .1.  BOOTH. Prop  DAY SCHOOL. -  Usual subjects taught-, also - lau-  |guage*>- drawing in pencil and cray-  lons, .paint ng in oils and water colors; pianoforte and vocal lessons glv-  Un in classes :or individually.  I MISS BERTRAM,   . 1 ,ad ysm i th, B. C  RAYMOND  & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������     -r  ,Lime,  Plaster Paris,   Brick,  Fire Brick and Vancouver is-  - land cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  Dr.R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work  guaranteed and at reason-  aide rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St  .       Ladysmith  Open at all'hours.'  LADVSiYUm   BAKBKY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cakes  Made   to- Order  FRUITS   AND .CANDIES OF ALL*  KINDS.    FRESH   BREAD EV-   |  ERY   DAY    '  Prices    arc     Very Reasonable.     All  Customers are Treated  Alike.      ,   ,  HOP  LEE A CO.,  ON THE   ESPLANADE.  MUNI  If* EM  BY=LAW  -**-$-4^-  i   ���������   laian 1 hsj  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED  J. A. REED, .  V������      Roberts St.    Near 5th, Ave.      <=><  sawiiSawaaaBi  mack  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J, E,  House and Sign Paintei  -k*jn**ii:*-JijrT*������*ita  ���������^  Millard's Liniment cures Cold, etc.  J. PIERGY & GO.  .Manufacturers' Of.���������  ,   IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WH3LESAL������.i)aY GOODS  ^VICTORIA, B.C.  A by-law of tlie Corporation of the ,City of Ladyymith, to raise by loan  money to construct an  electric plant for the said Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient that*the Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, should construct a system' of ,electric plant for the purpose of  furnishing electric light for the use of the said city and  the inhabitants  I hereof.' ' , ,   { ������������������ '; *  Whereas a petition,in accordance with Sectkn (09) of live Municipal  Clauses Act has been presented to the-Municipal Council requesting the  said Council to introduce a    bylaw  for the object aforesaid.  Whereas an expenditure of $35,000 will be necessary to construct -the  said elecfr c light system which sum must be raised by the issuing of  daljentures of the Corporation ol tflie City of Ladysmith, for the said amount, payable in 25 yeais'from the date heicafter fixed i,y ibis by-law  to take effect with interest in the meantime payable yearly at- the rate  of 5 per, cent, per annum.  ,And whereas it will be necessary t0 raise in each and every year during the currency of thc said debentures by a special rate for the pur  pose of paying tho said debt and interest therjsum of $2^183.33 whereof  the sum of $1,750.00 is to be raised annually for the payment ol interest ou the said debentures and the sum of $733.33 is to_ be raised annually for' thc purpose of creating a' n sinking fund for Ihe payment of  the debentures which will require an annual rate of 5i mills in the dollar for paying the said debt and interest.  And whereas the amount of the whole rateable land or improvements  or real property.of tlie said City according to the ' last revised assessment roll is $4-15,070 and the total amount ol Ihe existing debt of 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 for.the Corporation of the City of Lanlysinilh  to raise or cause to'be raised by way of loan from any person or  persons, body or bodies, or -bodies corporate, wh,) may lie, willing to advance the same upon the credit of the debentures hereinafter mentioned a  sum of money not excesding ia the whole the sum of $35,000, and uibn  receipt' therccf to cause the same to be paid into> tlie hands of the treasurer of "the said City for the purpose and objects above recited.  -.,2. It shall be lawful for the Corporation to causei any nuniUjier of  debentures to be made, executed and issued not exceeding in the whole  thc sum of $35,000 for such sum of not less than $500 each, as may be  NMulred and that all such deUwiturcs shall be sealed with thc seal of the  Corporation of the City.of Ladysmith, and tie signed by the Mayor ot  tlie sam*   City  and countersigned   by  the City Clerk of thc said city. ,  "3 The said debentures shall'bear date the 1st day ot Sept., A. I).  1900* and shall be payable 25 years from the, said date at the office of  the Corporation of the' City of Ladysmith, and shall have attached to  tliem coupons for the payment of interest and the signature or signatures  '���������  th* said  rounons may be   either/" written, stamped, printed or   litho-  lis  urn  You can shake  down a "Sunshine"  furnace without getting  covered with ashes and dust���������has a  dust flue through which ail the dust  and ashes escape when you shake  down the fire.  This heater is so easily regulated and operated,  and so clean, that it makes the entire household  bright and genial.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  LONDON,    TORONTO,    MONTREAL'. ' WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,  :   '���������  '���������   "'=-������: BT.   JOHN. '-"-HAMIETON.     '  Ihe  Co,,' Sole Agents  on the said  coupons may be  graphed.  4.   The said debentures shall hear interest at the .rate of 5 Helper   annum    from the date thereot,  yearly on  cent  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED BY  US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED A  ND REPAIRED    .  ���������~S.1I I P S M I T n I N G    IN,   -UL   ITS   BRANCUKS  Horseshoers and Genera1 Bfacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Biailer Street   -      - ' -     -   L,ady������rriitVi, B C  I ICE!  4^.j.4^4^^4^j^*..j.^4.4..j.^-,,j..������,.j.^i..].>.i..:..*.^-j.>.j.-f.j.4.t^..j^..?..  ICE!    ICE!  Will ha Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be In by eleven o'clock 011 day of Delivei-y,  Union Brewing Co*  Limited  | NANAIMO    B. C.  which interest shall be payaihlc hall  t���������...  ���������.. the first days ot January  and'July in  each    and every   year  during the currency of the said , .debentures at. the otlicc of Uic Corner  ation of the said-City of Ladysjmith.  1 ,; ;     i.     1     1  I   I 1   1J._LL  5 -There shall be raised and levied iV each, year during the cunency  ot tlie said debenture*'the sum ot $1,7-50 for,'the paying of interest, and  the sum of $733.33 for. tlie purpose of creating a sinking fund for tne  Payment of a debt coming due under the said debentures making in all  tlie'sum ot $2,483.33. ' '     !     !       '      ���������       ; I.   I  ��������� i I    .  C. There shall lie lavied and raised in each and every year uatil the  said debentures and interest thereon shall be paid, a special rate on all  rateable land or improvements or real properly of the City, in addition  to all other rates sufficient to pay the interest anil create a sinking  fund for tho payment ot the said debentures.  7 It shall be lawful for the said City, to redeem all or any oi the  said debentures at par at "any time after the expiration of 5 years from  the date thereof upon giving six callendar moblhs' notice, which notice  shall be deemed to he sufficiently gi^'en by a publication thereof lor four  times in the British Columbia Gazette, aud although lira holders of the  debentures mentioned in such notice be not specifically named after the expiration ��������� ol thc said period of six months all interest on thc  said dellentures, the numbers of which have been published as aforesaid,  shall cease. I v . .   I  ������. This by-law before the final Passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors of the City ot Ladysmith, in the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses'Act, 1906      'Ibis by-law shall take effect on  the   day. of <- A.D.   1906,and shall he cited lor all purposes  as the Electric Light By-law.        . . '   M      '  Read the first time on the' 23rd  day of July,  19015.  Read the second time on the 23rd day of July, 1900.  Read the third time on the 28th day of July, 19������C.  -     Take notice that the above is a true copy    of" thc proposed   By-law  upon  which  the vote of the Municipality will be taken at the City Hall  Ladysmith,  on Saturday,  Htli  August, 1900,    between the hours of 8 a  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  The local baseball teain has been  practising hard all week for thc big  game tomorrow with the strengthened  Fern wood team of Victoria.  Committees of the Forresters day  Re-union met last nigjht to discuss  mailers in connection wilh the days  sports.  It was decided  inuhani   baseball  has never 3-et tried to arrange a  match , with me.. On the other hand  he came over to Nanaimo, made, a  crack through your paper that he  would ' wrestle m������ at 158 pounds,  and'then goes back to Vancouver  and , unloads a perfect torrent of a-  buse on'me through'the columns of  the Province.  Of all the hot" air men that are  travelling around the .country, this  man' Muidoclc 13 the , King ot the  i bunch'. He wants to wrestle, but  to engage tho Bell- ho wants a match on his own terms,  team Lo play the at,his own. - favorite ,weighl. and  locals in place of the Vancouver he wants to.pick the-^ scene oLthe bat  nine,    and   tho management   of     the  tie.     Why is he afraid   to meet     mo  here in- Nnnaimo? Every outsider  that has ever wrestled here yet has  always received equal treatment  with the- home boy, and can always be depended upon to got a  fair shake.  This man Muidoclc says that 1  did not reply ' to his challenge at  ,158 pounds-' In this statement he  does not tell the the truth,. for the  day after his challenge appeared , in  the paper, I'replied stating that  as I always wrestled at 155 pounds  1-would meet Murdoek at the same  weight- at a������y   time ho wished.  Ho says he cannot make 158 lbs.  I have only his word for that, and  believe that he can make 155 pounds  in. and -1 p.m.  J. STEWART, C.M.C.  STEAM    HEATED  \ FURNISHED  ROOMS  BAR SUPPUKD Wil It BKrT  WINES, I.IQUOKS, CIGARS  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt iu British  Columbia, may he homesteaded by  any person who is tlie sole head of  fc family, or any male over e ghtecn  .years of age, to the. extent of one-  nuarter section ot 16"0 acres, more  or less.    '[/  Entry must he made personally at  the local land, office tor tlie district  In which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required toper-  form the conditions connected ��������� therewith under one of the following  *ilans:  " (1) At least six months' residence  ttpon and cultivation ot the land In  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upo* a farm In the vicinity'or the land entered ror, the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied by 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, the requirements as to residence-may bo satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six monthe' notice . in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa ot intention to.apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $.1.0  per acre for so'lt coal anil $20 tor  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  gross output.  V7.  W.   CORY, ���������*���������'  Denutv.of the Minister of Tnterlnr  ABB0TSFORD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  This Hotel hae  been completely      renovated.  Board a������d lodging $1-00 per dfcy.  local   club   will   *  inlorm  the     above  teams to  that effect.  K\erything in connection with the  proposed re-union is running along  smoothly, and it is expected that  on Saturday next Nanaiuio will  Aavc one of the largest crowds in its  kistovy.'  On .Monday, Aug. 20th the Grand  Lotlgo will open its sessions and  will close on Tuesday night, Aug.  21st with a grajid banquet in the  dining parlors of the Wilson Hotel.  ���������������������������������������������  Editor Herald:���������  In Thursday's  issue of   your   paper I noticed an   arUcle   clipped from  jlMonday's    Vancouver' Province    purporting   to   bo   a statement     made  11.0  the   Sporting   Editor 01" that paper by Mr.   Murdoek   of   Vancouver,  who   claims   l,he  middleweight  wrestling-  championship  oi   the   Province.  In the article referred to Murdoek  makes several statement* that are  far from tlie truth, and indeed his  whole story seems to be called  forth, by a spirit of revenge for the  way in which I drove his right-  hand man (Wilgress) to Wie tall timber, when I tried to arrange a go  wilh   him a short time ago.  At thai, time Murdoek openly acknowledged to tbe Sporting Editor  of the Herald that Wilgiess was aa"  fro id 1,0 meet me, as he seemed to-  have the general feeling entevtained  Good.tables aud good _by all  Vancouver  wrestlers,  that    is,  a I'cur   of the mat   artists from -Na.  naiino.  ���������In bis interview   with tho Province  Murdoek says  that  1 have ,.triod     to'  si(Je-st(!|i him  on every occasion,  and  am afrnld   to meet   him on the mat.  This    iti not   the case  for    Murdoek I  LAbYSMIIH,   .C  Rooms  PL  as easily"    as   lie can    make    158  pounds.  For the sake of three pounds, this  man who 'professes to be a champion is trying, to side-step a match  with me, who, he says, does not  know " much about the wrestling  game. ���������  , If this is so why does lie seek so  much "cheap notoriety and balk at  arranging for a match with me.  when according Mo his statements  he can " show me that I do not  know as much about the game as  i think I do.  To show this man Murdoek that  I am no bluffer, but mean straight  business, and that. I.am n.ot afraid  of his bombastic outburst, I will  accept his challenge at 158 pounds,  but ..insist that ho put up a deposit  worthy of tho name, and not ope  of tea or fifteen dollars so that he  would'Sooner' drop the deposit than  go on the scales on the ntgjht ot the  match*  RALPH JOHNSON.  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied  with the Best   Wines, lBt Avenue X :-: :-:  Liquors and Cigarb.  Ladysmith B.C.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute'attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  prompt relief must, be obtained.  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  band. A doso of this remedy will  relieve the patient before the doctor  could arrive. 11 has never been  known to fail, own in thc most severe and dangerous cases and no family should ibe without it. For sale  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy..  VOU   WANT AOOOD-  First Class   Meal  CALL AT-  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN  FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at "the" office"  on Roberts   Street  my Water    Rates, between the 10th   and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours 1 P.fM. 4.30  UBLANL>r  , SUPERINTENDENT.  atii  Public Notice  Attention is called to tke   fact thit tfc������  Ogilvie Flour Hills Co    Limited;  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     hare for.some titan  past been producing flow in a   lastly improved an<3 parifl ���������'  form  by the aid ot ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of   *H the basic patents relatlnj thereto, take this opportunity ot advising the public that  any unauthorized users of the electrical    flour purifying processes  will be prosecute*.  Ogilvie Florn? Mills Company liimiteA  are the only millers in Canada whose    Plcmr  purified by the E'eotrio Fgaoaas  m *���������-> -.  .������������������;:.: ., -t'; --.f1-;. 7'1:,-' r^r-'-t1.-. ^.vs,1-.-^..���������. --.'"',.!  _ /a  i r  '<*"_ ' '  'ft  TffSL^DYSUrTHOATr.T LED^BR  & *|i ������$i i|������ $ (ft it' 't'^^0<l' $ 'I* 't' ������$������������������$"$"������*$"$"$"$������$"$"������  THE 5HOE STORE  of Ladysmith for Ladies' Gents*   & Children's  SHOES  ���������  is  *  *  ^^^MAVMiWwvvvvv^^^  fBICKLE'Sf  t$H|n$M$r #������fc^fc^^*^W^���������^^#4^#  5mith, Fotos,  Local Items  Mrs. G. Brown was a passenger on  the morning train lor Victoria.  Mr. J. W. Coburn, ol l-lic Ladysmith Lumber Company, arrived in  the city from Nanuimo today.  HERE AND THERE  That's AIM j An Omaha packing house will ic-  | quire each employe to wear a suit of  white duck clothing and put on a  clean one every .day. Those engaged in particularly diity work must,  have two clean suits each day. The  firm provides the"clothing and attend  lo the washing. If more of this sort  of thing hart been done nefore now,,  the packets would ho doing a great-  el tiade, but it is never too late to  learn.  Fresh Bananas, Oranges, Lemons,  Tomatoes, Peaches, Plums, Watermelons, Pears, Muslctnclous, Cucumbers, at Blair & Adam.  Tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock*  the City Band will give a concert  on the Gieen, across the Bay. 1.0U.A-*  less % large crowd will be attracted,  by the music.  iA Kansas editor who came out   in  low-necked shoes ami peek-a-boo hose  complains     th.it    his    dog  hit him.  Even a    Kans.is    dug knows a   soft  thing when he sees  it.  ���������������������������������������������  At a Pennsylvania wedding the  other day the guests aie two hogs,  one cow anil tliiity chickens, and  diauk S200 worth of beer, says the  Philadelphia Prrss. That wasn't a  wedding, it must have been a barbecue.  The Princess May  is due "here  tomorrow, as  are also the Albion and 1  ���������  scows, for coal.   The Flyei  and scow '    in  a  memorandum     to  automobile  manufacturers   the governor   of     thc  'Zoudan, in describing the kind of   a  50 Doz. more ot these  Celebrated Towels just  received���������They need no  introduction, you know  what they are as well wc  do^���������  The Best asc Tow  el to be had in B.C.  Today  Sizes 52X25 in,  Now is your time to get  in a stock of Towels-  Remember the price, only  mm  Walters 5  zikenhead  Every Economical Housekeeper  is looking for the Best Value and Variety in  new designs in  were in today for coal.  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Mayor D. Nicholson arrived in the  city today from Wellington, where he  has been engaged in the construction  of a school house for thc past few  weeks. He states that bis work is  nearly completed, and expects to finish in a day or two.  This morning the Ganges, twenty-  hotsc power gasoline freighter, owned by Malcom & Purvis, Salt Spring  Island, was in at the Government  wharf with a load ot farm pioduco  lot local merchants.  Big assortment, of  Fmit  &   Adam's.  at    Blair  None Better-Capital & IsugRet Cigars   ������������������   Louisville, Ky. A freakish rain  that approached the proportions ot a  cloudburst broke over the city yestcr  day. The cloud out of which the wa  ter poured seemed to zig-zag about  the city at will, distributing the rain  fall very unevenly. The lain was  confined almost'within the city limits of Louisville. Shortly before the  storm occurred a meteor was seen for  a full minute, illuminating half tho  heavens, but Weather Foiecastor  Walz, said the meteor did not have  an.  effect on the stoim.  motor car suitable foi use in that  country, says it should be "as near  fool proof as possible." That "kind  of motor car should be the only one  sold.  A red headed hit titer in Kentucky  is reported as having been killed by  his best friend, who mistook him for  a squirrel. Tlie next fool in the  woods will probably mistake his best  fiieud for n  humming bird.  A Buflalo policeman jumped into  the water and pulled out a drowning man and then sent him to the  station on. a ch.ugc of intoxication.  The policeman must- have been a  descendent of Solomon. '  ���������    NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that 1 intend to apply to the Boaid of Licensing Coniiinissioners at their next  sitting, for a transfer of thc retail  liquor license now held by nic for  the Portia ml Hotel, Ladysmith, from  myself to Christina l-Ioggan.  I).   P.. HYND.  'Ladysmith, 9th Aug., 100G.        ���������    lm  ���������'   "MM ~  .III.  >������������������.���������-.-*���������������������������--������������������"  Ottawa, Aug. 9 ���������Canadian Agent  Ross leports from Melbourne that  the Chicago packing house disclosures  have caused an incicasc in the tle-  ni.ind for Australian canned meats.  These aie pit-pared under state inspect ton. The rabbits which have  been regarded as a pest are being  turned to a'profit. Mr. Larke reports that in the first six months of  this year, five million frozen rabbits  have been exported.  A woman  age cs   ' 11  her    in '  bread ..       ' .  so_,.     ������������������ i.ulii    ;  than to live m  WAN'l ill)  imirifcdiati  Post llffK  died    in  Indiana at the  ,eiis       She attributed  in    n   diet on corn  '��������� <���������   i -     .-.uuic    pcr-  . ..    it die  younger  .-i  diet.  Headquaters for  School  Supplies  REWARD will  be paul to any  person who proves that  Jiunliyht Soap contains any  injurious rlieniic.il* or any  form of adulteration.   -  Soap  is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.  Sunlight Soap contains  no injurious chemicals.  Sunlight Soap is pure,  soap, scientifically made.  Every step in its manufacture is watched by an  expert chemist.  Sunlight Soap saves  labor, and the wear of  rubbing which common  soaps require in washing  fabrics.    <  Your money  refunded by  the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you find any cause  for complamt.  Lever Brother.. Limited. Toronto  >;.  hei rooms  Apply   at  La  Qlj M  To Vancouver,  JOAN  EX  Monday Sept, 3rd.  will le ive Ladysmith  i. m.  10.80  Mlnard's Liniment Cures  Cows.  Garget in  S. ft  6.30 a. m. sharp, .Nnnniamo 8  Returning,    leaves, Y;>neonver  p. m. ''-.���������'  Tickets Now on :-.;ilu.,;il. Smith's  Candy i^torc. Adults %IM. Children under twelve years 7!.c.  Minard's Linimrnl; cures Distemper.  ^ftiiifiiVif  \w������mmtmwM)$M)m immm  ..������..������..���������..������..������..������..������..  ,.������..,..������-:.���������������.������  NOTICE  Everthing in Fie 1 chefs Variety  Store  Must Be sold at Some  Price  Useful Articles  at   Bargains  Just arrived���������A splendid line of Ladies' Fancy sample Handkerchiefs.  sold at bargains at Simon f.eiser &  Co., Ltd.  "������������������>���������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������  "���������-������������������-���������-.������������������������������������ ������������������������������������  Pioneer Utility Works  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C  W. I hm\% Prop.  MANUFACTURER OF  Carbonated Beverages,  dinger   Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   2_|8  I  i  t  f  i  *  i  i  t  ���������  t  ���������  i  ���������  ���������  ���������������������������������������������  ^ _3? f������������ 0$ ������������, $'- S$ $8 _Pt <@&  jSj, * 5SS. Vgj>. Ft, l?d_. vsg, *& wS (sj,. ^S1  I will be in I.adysinilh eveiy'  Sunday pu-paicd lotake rir-  ilert. for   UP TO DATE TAILOR  riiiiiwiBi ������������������>  Makes a  delicious beverage and for breskiaist is unequalled  i���������4 Pound Tins 20C-  1���������2 Pound Tins  1       Pound Tins  V_J>  5C  65C-  $2o.oo to $2-1.oo Suits for.$i8.oo  $24.00 to $28.00 Suits for $20.00  Tweed & Worsted Pants $3 & Up  MA D E   CLOTHES  find.Guarantee Satisfaction  :���������*���������:_.**���������_.*������.*&-_-.'  We are   making a.Big  Reductions in the Price of  our  Clothing for next liiont^i  so  this is your chance  to  call  and  sec me  Will beat the  Ladysmith    Hotel  Every Smida  I  m  ��������� dov Muslin. Art hk\  9 Coverings, Etc 1  An Inspection Would Convince  ���������  '   Tliftt the Best Place' to Purchase  *��������� ' *  t  Up-to-date   Good s  is at the Departmental  Store of ' .-'  ,  Simon Reiser A %e.  LIMITED  X  mwmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmvt  FRESH SUPPLY OF   3  3  i Lai, Mutton, Port Veal and Beef  ���������H>n lruil  ^ -WE  HAVE ON HAND  SOME  VERY NICE-  % ROLLED CORNED BEEF  12 I-2C. LB.  I A, HOWE  ^ MEAT  MARKET  ^lUiUlUiUlUiUIUUUUlUiU IU lUiUlUiUiUiilMilUlUlUWi  i*5mi'th,M "C lab rough,"  ������������������"-*>- ii ���������  "Parker," "Remington"  idHiaHatfi^M  ___i������-a������__mTi*___-_i  and "Winchester" Guns  mKK^Ummt^aa^t^mmaMmmm^Kmmmm^mimmmmmmmmmtmma^mm^mmaa^i^mimammt^tmMasmmmmm.t <mi mi __���������_ ���������ww*������-t__M___-WM  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE. -        '       V  Suits    Made to Order to Fit arid to your  Satisfaction. Call and- see Stock  MB  WATCH REPAIRING  All Watches entrusted to me receive my Special Atlention. The  Repairing is done on my premises by myself with 3.| Years  Experience as a Guarantee,   fly Charges arc m-derate for   .FIRST CL/|SS k/ORK-  MMtill|M-Mt_______M__IM____P<M__������_____������������_������____^____a������^_____^^ '���������''  B. FORCIMnER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSHITH  The Proof of the Pudding is in  the Eating  So it is -with tlie        ���������  CHARLIE HOY & Co,���������^27 Store Street VICTORIA  , I-ormerly Charlie Diuiti&Co.  il###ll#@������#������ WBm w  ####^������# ##(####  i  FOR TODAY  BLAIR & ADAM  Yeal, Beef, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork  -FOR-  patterson's  Dainty'Vjr.fers     g  E. G. PAN NELL  LADYSMITH  ���������    GAT ACRE ST.  Pyramid Brand  ���������OF��������� "  PAINTS  The enormous amount of tliese Paints  used' hy the pu(l)lic is proof positive  that it Is giving perfect satisfaction,  both in the iquality; and price,  .1.75 Per  We carry the best and largest assorted stock of-Varnishes north of  Victoria, also winldow glass, picture  mouldings, t-namipls, varnish stains,  hnishes, etc.    .     '.   ���������  LADYSMITH WALL PAPER DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  ! Granite and Marble Works  :  Clranile- and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc.,*at the  lowest prices consistent  with lirst class stock _ind  workmanship. Yrite for  catalogue.  A.   STEWAtRT,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������A  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  NOTICE.  II you want to sell your chickens  for a fair price, hring . thcni to J.  X. Smith's rcstaumnt, 1st Avenue.  Dr. Dier can be found at any time  at his ofiice on Gatacre street. His  dental work is guaranteed to he first-  class, and rates  reasonable.  Smoke Little B Cigars.


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