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VOL. t, ,
TUESDA-Y,  AUG.  15,   1905.
Another step towards SETTLEMENT
The Peace Envoys Have Agreed
Upon Article 4 of Peace
Conditions .
Mr. Jas.Durtimulr Wat_y_h:_e Will Be a Gather
There Will Likely be a Dispute
iOver Article 5, Which will be
Left Till Last
^Portsmouth',  N.  II.,  Aug.  15.���Ai- t tiations to  the fewest possible num-
tjclc' I of thc peace conditions, lm.5
tfeen agreed upon.
'I'Aii-the morning session cto-day consideration of articles 4,  which Lclnt-
bcr. If, for instance,<thc^ disputed
points were reduced to two, as it is
considered     certain  they  eventually
: terviewed on Thli Quei-
tion Last Evening
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Kindly: Promised   to As
! rtst Sporti in Obtaining
Site From G. P. R.
t Messrs. \V. A. Cornwall and Ren
Porcimmer visited thc steamship
Thistle while in poit last evening
and had an intoniew with Mr. Jas.
Dunsmuir regarding the question of
the sport giomwls Mr, Dunsmuvr
'expicssed relict that the sportsmen
|of the city had not availed lliomscl-
es  to rtiic L/iao  Tung .Penilifaula ami! will  be,   the  plenipotentiaries  would'
the 'surrender  of thc  Russian leases! be enabled .to bargain or compromise
was begun.   As the cession of'sak- j to offct  proposition and counter.pror
lhalin is the fifth article the natural j Pom tion     If,  in the end, agreement
deduction .would ,be ;that today would pv<"p found* to be impossible/ *  .the
witness" a colhsicn" and possibly    a { woild would, know and be .able
deadlock.   But. it ��,j>peareu moie Uko
,ly thait the Question' of thc cession of
the  island,   which  neither  side     is
"mow prepared to yield, when lcached
by mutual agreement would beio.t-j
���poned /until IIkT end. Thc policy ot
\1 -each side is understood as being to
y .manoeuvre to, place the lesponsibili-
foirii its'judgment of the merits of
the icspeetive  conditions and  place
the blame for     the prolongation of
the war in the Far East.   The .very'
fact that  ultimately  the  world' will
be enaj'ikid  lo fix- the. ref>ponsiit>ility
io.   luptiue that nn the filial analysts
the two countries areon. tnal 'before
ing of Notab. e Players
at Newport
Australia Team Will Play
in Preliminary, Tourney
A  Russian Says Negotiations Will Cease Unless
Demand is' Withdrawn,
Russia Will Make Supreme
Effort in Manchuria
Southampton, N. Y., Aug. 15.��� }
Forty-three leading lawn tennis play
ers of this country, besidfs three of
the international Australian team of
fom, .aie entered^ here for play mftho
tournament that is the prchininaiy
to the national championship niret-
ing on the courts of the Casino at
Newpoit     'Ihe only absentee ol mv-
���ves of his  oler  last year,  and    in-. poltam;o 1S Ward,  the United States-
'forinod  lum  which  s-ite   they    dcsir-l  ��� '��� '
ai      to     liave  for  their  recreation
t>yvot a rupture"on the other and it'_ the public opinion pf the world, con-
'is 'icgardelll  as    ,practically, ccitam
that neither will insist at tins junc-
",    turc upon- -precipitating a situation
"- -.which     will' decide lilus issue.'  The"
���plan is almost certain to pass over
.the disputed ai tides and see ,how fai
."���an ftgreeinent  is  possible,   then    lo
O.jettirn and attack the o.tstacles. This
_- 'is tbsHlogical and general method of j Chinese administration; in"the -prov
"   ^'diploiiiaey. * It'has the great _>-ivan-- mce  of  ManC-iur*,  and  .was. neces-
yttage  of  biinging; the  plenipcte-.titti- jsaiy and  the natiualscqiuel "to    the
t - - ies  to  an approaclnnenC upon ' cvei y   art icle providing, for,; mutual' evacua,-.
< I possible   point   and  ckai ly ' defining  . tion and  mutual recognition of Ch"i-
Vthe points of diveigeucc "and haiiow-, iw.se    temloual r inhPigrity and the'
'.ing the issues which divide the nogo-' "Open door" policy. / �� "
stiuitcs thc main hope of a succcss-
1 til lerminataon of the neg*>tiatlions.
Article 3, which was agreed-to-yes-
tciday,, it developed'', vwas"'incorrectly .stated to lie the cession"1 of 'the-}
Chinese Easwtein Railway. That ar-
ticlt comes latei'. T]ie Uiird article
l>crtaincd   to; llic'rcfsloratlron.   of tihoj
'/\ ���'  EATS'   A     SMALL BOY
i _, ���
v/iSutton "'Davis,{_a boy of     sixteen.
,!while wading ,and"playing iu  the wa
- ^       NANAIMOfc
'(Fiom the Ilcralcl)
\\.     F.   Andrews, of. Andrews    &
Donaldson,  blacksmiths   and  carriage
grounis. Had they let him know, ho
would have sent them the deeds foi
the land 'they selected. Ilowovei,
they tailed to do, so and since this
offer was made the C.P R. had assumed control of the E. Arf N. lands,
and he (Mr. Dunsmiiu} would now
be unable to,give the Ladvsmith people .property    '
Mr. Dunsmiiii  very kindly interested himself m the matter and advus-
ed Messrs.  Cornwall and Foicimmei
to  wiite to Mr.  Mar pole lnfoiming
him of^ie facts of the case      and
a.sl..ng'him;', to* grant the deeds of
the site^'^elec^edtoHiie  Ladj smith
public. .Mr,,;DunsmiK_:  would      als-o
make, a po:nt.   of seeing the C P R
superin'tehdent and doing his best, to
get lumy\tp;) grant the request.
Tt is to.be hoped'that the" joint effort of^Mr. Dunsmuir and the Laxly-
smith sports will'be rewarded' wM.h
success, and the thanks of thc puli-
lic axe, dpe ^Mrv. Dunsmuir for the
niiteres't he has tabon 'in t)ie matter.
title holder. Amojg those fathered
Iiclc it is behoved he will default Ins
championship at the end of the Newport season.
\V. - A.   Laniard, cx;-clvanipion,  is
thc leading American in the     uppei
scctioiKS of the diaw    VV.  J    Cloth-
ici   is  the  loader   in the lower section     With  Laruo'l aud   Dunlop,  and
with Clotluei aie .the two best Aus-
tialian   playeis,   BrooKb   and   3ar��ci
The Meadow club last night communicated  by   wucle&s   telej2,Kiph   wilh
the steamer upon which  the Austiia-
lians are expected to .arrive  Play in
the  single  wrU  begin   this  morning
ami t.'ie condition of the tuif       and
v frtlivr aie favoiable lo high class
^W^^:"^illmieyim'm\^ east!bu,,(le,s-   s,lot ^����f]  sized panther
of here, says a Beaufort, N -('., ihs-   ^  1':il'i,^Jnan'st ?"*r ���^S""l,*y
)4patch,     was attacked aud eaten by a
last.       From     what he says, there ^
..cry large shark. , ' ���uf ^ f ����0il ^ of- Pafltn^f in'
Davis and others    were waist deep   ,LhaL "cigliltoihood tins year     When
m  the     water     yesterday afternoon I w ���\ rf uininS fl,om  ^he Jiver   in
Iheniselivcs       Thc�� lns  Calt  hc s,uv a big panther cioss
the road     As he had,no,rifle,  he luir
' greatly  enjoying
���^ approach   ' of the shaik was  not   noticed.     It threw the boy in  the au,
��� caught him in its     mouth and as he
-,, struck water     pulled him undev and
disappeared  into the deep w.itci
l^avis' companions wcic too honor
(, struck to    do anything, e\��n  if they
. had     had any     weapons with them,
which they did not
Thorough search has'been made, but
.   not-   a particle of     the untoi tunate
la'd's body has been found
Many fat-backs have     been caught
,   Ihis month and a quantity of icfuse
matter   has been - tin own back into
the water    from the factones.     The
v   sharks have come in to feast on this
' and many    of them have     been seen
during the last two weeks.     No one
felt any     alarm, as no one has been
. J molested by a shark m Beaufort wa-
'' tcrs for neaily     fifty ye.iis     Giown
.'  foll-s an J children who daily enjoyed
;-  diving and     swimming matches ha\c
���  discontinued this spoil since thc tci-
�� riblc death of young Dhvis.
ucd on down to Jim'Craig's      and
-..turned   with him  and  a rifle.    On
the     way   back    a smaller   panther
irosse.1  the road     The dogs at once
look  after  him,   and  in' a tew  minutes   hc-w'as -. Uccd     Mr.   Andrews
brought lum down with a shot" in the
.shouldei   They_ then sat the t-dogs en
Ihc-liail of the big fellow, but failed to get bun.    In addition io these
two which  came out on the road "in
open   daylight'  Mr.   Craig .has    ^already killed sixteen^ of  the Ing cats
this year  in that neighborhood, >>omc
of  them measuring'as much as ten
feot fiom tip  to  tip. _   .
'i/he city council'has" telegraphed
thc Dominion go.vciinnenit asking that
the Hirst estate be prevcnledi fiom
building its ivhaif acioss thc end of
Bastion stiect As a result,, of tins
it is likely that the .gavcrjuuenb will1
cause an niACsliigation lo be made
by Capl. Gaudin, lepicscntativc of
the department of Mannc and Fish-
clios in this pioMncc _,
MiddletownT.'-N.Y.,, Aug.   15.���Stephen Caldwell,'of    flnllisport,      is
dead     from being stiuck by a~train
neai li'is home.   lie was 80 years 0'd
Caldweir was in the rush to Cali-
foinia gold delds in 1840. He made
a foi tunes.. While lelmruing by v the
sea loiitc'thc vessel was binned and
though many were lo.st, he > was picket! up af'ler floating a long time Later he letuinod to Califoinia and
was badly injured m amine disastei.
Mi.  Geo. "R.  Robson,  of the .Hudson Bay Co., passed through to Nanaimo fiom Victoria at  noon today
New York/Aug    13.���The St. Tet
cisburg coiiespondeut  of tlie  Times
savs that "an mipoitaut iiersonage'
declared to ham yesterday that      if
���Japan  did not''abandon hei  demand
foi   an indemnity,   the  negotiati ms
at'Portsmouth would be biolcn ofl
this week.   Every preca/utioii, he yiid
had l>een  made  for   a gencial   moluh-
/ation'with a \icw  to  a supreme ef-
foit in Manchuria in the piesentyear
Tiue,  the chances     of victory  wr'ie
dubious, but Russia would play   hei
last  card  befoic  accepting  dishonorable terms of peace.   The  ci-iei   fu
the mo..��lr_.ation will lie issue) in l.ic
middle     of August  (old st.bi.       if
peace had not pievioiislv been "natlc
, ,T __________   , ���,
The Envoys Are Kept at it from
Morning Till Night With no
Time for Recreation
Yesterday Witte Received^ Delegation ot Eminent American
Poilsmoulh. N.II., Aug 13-Thai night for Mi Witic and Baron Ro-
niaknig peace is a strenuous business sen there was an .outside duty and
is illustrated  by the daily program-J one  oi  almost  as  much  importance
me of work of the peace envoys and
then su te. Eight sessions of the
confeience have been held since the
aimal     -of the missions  at Ports-
as peace   between Russia and  Japan,
namely,  the  consi.deraiion  of      the
question  of'amclioiat-ion  of The condition of the Jews in Russia with a
Tlie moonlight cncuisioh last
m.'.lit was not agioat financial suc-
ce.s,, the footballers making only a
f3W dollais. No doubt thc threatening weather pievente.1 a lot of people from taking the tiip.
Channel      Squadron     Left
Spithead    This
Airangements ol the-*production by
the juvenile opeia cbmpaaiy of II M
S. Pftnafoi e "aie progressing and no
doubt tlieie will be a goodly attendance at the'piopose.1 entertaimnent
Ad.eiUsing caids and programmes
will be out soon.
The  Chinese milliner,  or whatever
he is, who his been opeiating on 1st
avenue,   just  below ,the  City  Meat
Maiket,     has  "Uo.i  Long" a block-
add is  now     fuitheL  up  thc street,
wheie his name now a,doms the window.
Aifhdcacon Semen p.is^cd tin ough
on the morning tiam to Duncans
from Nanaimo.
London, Aug.' 15.���Thc channel
squadron consis-^ting of eleven battleships, eight cruisers and a flotilla ol
torpedo boats, under thc command of
Sir Arthui .Wilson, sailed from, Spit-
head tins moinuio bound for the Baltic Sea.
During the cruise thc squadron will
visit Younklen, Giaadeep, Swinemunde
and  Neufahanrawassei.
Justice of. the Peace Allan  having man had any .intention of doing each
to lcve the city Inst evening,  Mr.
J.-Stewart sat with Justice Mathe.
son    at  the  healing  of  thc charges
brought  against  J;   Allsopp  and It.
Morgan. .The  hearing/ instiead       of
taking place at 0.30 as was arranged, did,not come off unt.ii.aftcr Uie
.(y>uncil liad  adjourned,  about,  7.'15.
';.', 'The information .brought .by  City
Constable  Callender  in  the /morning
against Allsoiip was "shooting   with
intent to do bjodily harm," and   that
against/ Morgan  ''carrying weapons
to the danger of the public." 'By the
.consent   of.; the niapsti'ate   the    constable withdrew' this charge and laid
instead against both men the    complaint that they "did carry weapons
in..a manner and under .circumstance!,
to create terror and aUarnr:"
Mr.. Russell Simpson appeared for
Mr. Allsopp. and Mr. 0}.11. Barker
,of Nanaimo for ;Mv.���Mor<.-an.
.Mr. Barker said-he had. been -ii\-
.structed by his client to plead guilty to the information. The couJisel
said he thought both men had acted
rashly and in ''a.manner to terrify
tho public. He did not think either
The Silver' Cup, which the late
Donald McGillivray bought in the
caily ,90's for Tom Dunn, himself and
Mr. Panel, after many yeais seems
now to lie a winnei. Tho latest
Kootenay repot I says,
The recent strike in the crosscut
��� of the. Sunshine tunnel of the Silver
Cup property, has been followed by
another in the upraise.
Thc management state that this s
the richest (.re ever fojuid on this famous Lardcau property. Tiic strike
show*? 20 inches of clean ore. To
get an idea of the v-a.ue of thc strike^
Damaged Construct ion Ma
terial on the New Extension Line
other   any   bod. ly  harm,   both  were.
trying to bluff the other;   However,
he thought. they  should  both receive !
some punishment,   and on behalf     ot
his _,clieut; he apologized  to the court   we ncc<i only say lllat the operations
and  the community for his  behavior. '.^ goily ou are at thfl 700'.foot lev-
Mr. Si'inpscn also pleaded guilty on, e,
Uhatr. of. his .client!: He agree.1 with .- ^ Uat ihe d    q[ ^ vej])      ^.^
Mr.   Barker that  the men  hod   acted, ^ sunk[rom     ihc uppet workdng8
i for a distance of 150 feet.    The w'.nze
proved    to be in ore all the distance,
and    this being     ascertained, a drift
was "run on tlie Sunshine ground  for
distance'of     1100  [eet_     At this"
rashly and should receive some punishment. I-Ic-apolog'iKcd ;to. the court
and the public at large,4for the disturbance created, by his client . and
asked their worships to doal leniei.t^
ly  with  loth men. '       ' a
Mr. Matheson read ��� a severe lecture
to the  prisoners.    He did not want
to' be,hard, but such.behavior had tn. ra!sc ^vas
be stopped.    The .chances''were       in
dealing-  . leniently  with such cases,
l!iing,�� creipl. oil,  became  worse,  and
eventually.' it  woul-d  meaif'son'ieJ.ody
gc'ltiiig luwig'over' it.: '  '���'
After  some consultation   with   his
colleague on   the bench,  Mr.  Mathe
'po nt a crosscut was^inade where Hie
first ore was encountered. An up.
then started which.will
connect, with the 150 foot winze; The
distance" between tlie bottom of the
winze and the point where the upraise -is started is about 250 feet.
This gives 400 feet of practically virgin.' ground, . with ore demonstrated
:to    work on.        Tn addition to the
Five     young lads will be biought
befoic two J.  P 's at the pLOMncial
pourl house tomoirow at 5 30, chaig
ed  with  willfully doing damage    to
construction ��� material  on  the     new
'shoil line, and \sith placing Locks on,
the rails     It is staled that the __oys
in  question  boarded  the two o'clock
Ladysnuth-ICvtension  ti am with the
in ten lion of  travelling to the mines
They     weie found by the conductor
half     way 'between beie and l'_\tension, and put oh  the tiain, it being
against llie mles of the company  to
allow,otheis tl.au ,mine .einploVM-s lo
ride,     in  the cars without paying a
fare.    Thc  lads,   if seems,   resented
being moved off  the  (rain and it  is
alleged      broke a <|.ianfity  of piping
and     mischievously placed rocks on
the rails.   The officials were obliged
to stop    the  train  in  order  to   remove the stones from  the line. They
were  fortunately   d.^covered   in   time-
so     prevent the locomotive striking,
bhein     and rroblnbly running toff the
rails as  a result.
The officials of the company,decided that such Work should be put a.
stop to, and a complaint was laid;
with Uie provincial police, and as a
result, the matter will be aired in
court,  tomorrow.
New Westminster,  R   C ,  Aug    15
���With   the Dominion exhibition   pi at
six weeks away the v'aiious committees that have to do  with the eUil.-
oiate  arrangements  are working  ovei! unc in cider   to have then   wo. \
all completed so thai it, will le'iuuc
on'y  the pressing  of a button  to set
everything'in full swing on rhc mailing of'Sept. 27.   Scales of ail^ans
and'laboieis,_ arc busy on   !ne     'eof
thc  lr0~> "National  Fair    nd  nu.rly
all the work has developed  into   the
stage whore* finishing touches aie Uie
only* worries. "The old  ptovincial exhibition grounds,  on which so  many
succissful faus^ have* been neld  vnthi
thc auspices of the Royal    '      i'Ii.i-
al  &" Industrial Society have    been
gicatly enlarged ami  with  thc maiiv
alteiatioiis"and     _mpiovciments will,
Iol  beaulv, surpass  anvtlung of the
kind m Canada
The new buildings which 'cp.^cnl
the latest ideas and best skill in
aiclulcct-ue, logetlici \\ith the e\-
pendituie of f.35,0f0, aie o\v in the
hands of the painlcis -icis
whose schcinse promise st jluactive lesulls The .--in-e M >
ings is ample to accommjJ.ee siu-
.pemlous array of exhibits i^presenting iill thai isofinteiest m the man-
ufaclmies of Canada _and tie e\-
treme limit of this space v. iM be occupied
The British Columbia cxlu.'ljis of
horticultiine floiicultuie, agriculture
lnc stock, fish, ga<me, t_mbcL, min-
eials etc ,~,will be an ej'c-openei to
all who arc not m constant touch
with every centre ami coiner of the
province, and it will be a relation
to -wsitois fiom other paits^of the
Dominion and world. Nearly every
fiuil-gnowing" disti'.ct in the province
���and theie are about Unity of
them���will make its best {.bowing,
which means an amazing display of
what ,s destined to be one of Biitish Columbia's most impoilant ic-
The sports and speclncular and
mus.cal events -will be in Iceping
with the general nature ot the gieal
mouth one week ago, tnd all but one delegation of eminent American Ile-
of these has been as long as two I hi ens . During this time the Jap-
houis. Outside the sessions cveiy- aiwsc emissines were engaged in
one connected with thc work bas lihon quartets in bunging their ic-
conlinuous and taxing occupation. ' colds to dale in the preparations of
with but few hours for lest, and cablegrams, auJ in getting ready f0r
piacticallv none for recieatiou. the next session.
Tlie in-,ovs  have breakfast   bcfoie.     An  idea  of  the  volume  of  cables
9  o clock,    They  aie  in thc      navy ( which  aie  daily  being Rent  to    _i_u-
lope and the Far East may be   had
yaid  before 10,   and  with tbe exception      of  a brief space foi   luncheon
served      in  the  conference   building,
they     stay in  session' until evening.
from the statement that Sunday one
cable     company     handled   $190,CO)
worth  of  business  in  cabling dispnt-
AiteL this a hun cd dinner is served   dies fiom both the Russian and Jap-
at the hot-el and the woik of      the anese     peacc-makeis from its head-
e\tmng      and     night  begins.    Last    qnailers.
Hairy Leie.itrn a boaidci of thc
Ciand Hotel, and Petei Scanncls, of
Exlcnsicn, weie hint while wotkiiig '
yu the budge that is l.enig Luilt on
thc new line ue_u  the  breweiy this  |
Mi   W.  IT   Ker, of the BraeUnan-
Ker Milling Co,  of \u-tou__, has ie-
tiuineil     to      t'hal cit\   aftn   a tup
tin ough     the  pio\inLC.    lie   lepoiis
moining,   Uie fonnoi's  leg b-hng lji.^lthal, hay C,t>t)s fo1   ihc y"al  wlU be
kei  and  his  face  glared,  while     the . c^olkl,t'-      acceding that  of     last
latlei's  face was   injured
The accident was caused by the
falling of ahca^y wooden bent It
struck Leigh ton on the leg with the
alo'e lesulls, and ScanncI fell on
his face while attempting to spring
clesir of  the falling  timbei
Mr Leighton was ttken to the
Lteweiy and a surgeon was scon in
Kiltiiidancc, wh le ilr. ScanncI walked into town and had his injui.es
die.ssod. Mr. Loighton will probably
lie iemo\ed lo the Nanaimo hospital.
Thos. Burnsidc,  Vancoiuer.
J.  II.   LcPage,   Victoria.
E. P   Gustell,  Vancouxer.
J    Listler,  Toionto
t'   O. Cudlip,  Victoria.
F   U. Fisher, Nanaimo.
j oar-    The.   damage  done  to  the crop
by rain was but slight*, and is shown
only      __.i   thc  discoloration.       The
warm  woTthcr     following the rains
which     thieatcncd ihe crop enabled
the farmers to turn the hay and get
il  diy befoie seuous damage     was
Thc _;ie.it seal city of men is now
troubling the fauneis, some ol
whom have not housc^l then hay yel
because of lack of help _\s to pi ices, il is too enily A'ei tfi male ,-inv
ichable estimate as but hltle is Val-
ed E^ely day now theie may be
s>cen coming into the eitv many IoaJds
of loose li_tj. This is swirl at piices
avei aging ^.10 pei   ton
A  public meeting will 1c held    in
the opeia house on Thursd.\\  a^cning
Vur.u-st 17'th, at  & o'clock sh-aip, to
receuc tihe f.-nal l^fKii of the olhcci i ' gci   1 >  \"an��umo at noon  today
Aih-eitisiiig   can'Is   of   the   Eagles'
J.aboi   Day   excursion   on   Kept    4Ui
to  \'aneoi^ci aie out.  A  l_ii_re num-
bet   ol people will  toAe ad antagc of
the low latcs t.n  thai  day and imake
the  tup.
 o _���
Mis    \\    .1    Wat sen  x\as  a passen-
or the Jul\-   1st cclelration,  to   dis- ' ��	
pose of all business crnr.c-clcd with Mi Pa'kei \Y-iUi_ims, MP.P.,
tho celobration, and to discharge the MhtvLul down fiom Nanaimo to
committee A good attendance . is ' LV>smiLh on pirate business thfi
requested..'. .'     -j morning.
We are iu receipt of a letter written ' by a citizen referring to electric
lights, and touching other conditions:
in     the city. As Uic letter is not'
written in such shape as to throw;
any light'on the subject, at issue it.J
is'not published. It would he better if the citiwn who sent ih the'"
same would write in a sensible strain
on the subject, as he no doubt, can',
a ease the letter,    "whether
New     York, Aug.  15.-"I ;;".m not
oing to Scotland to sec; Mr.    . Car-
fiu-rrie, nor am'I going  to  Euro.ue   on
bus,'_ne.ss     in any   nvapner Connected
with  the -Russian armpr-plale ��� ^cui-
tract.';' I  am  going abroad  To  '-e.'.rn
ho.w "to build- the best-.'shifs  in   the
world',     and my   trip.;at  this   Vimc
concerns     itself with, nothing  else."
This  statenicnt;,  according to       the
American  was. .made yestcrtlay .   by
Charles M. Sch^ab.yn thc_ midst of
hurry  and confusion altTud'iig      the
preparations for  his   depart tire
Europe this unfiling.
sou fined the men $25"and'costs e^ch 'clean ore'; found below,  there Is also   In^such ^^ ^ installation, of-ja.
and  bound them over  to' keep
peace for twelve mouths.
the   a ��� considerable ' Quantity of concentrate? ^
lighting, system would be pubHshed
Chaiiotte, N.Y., Aug, 15.���Start.
Iroi'iiiois; 11.00; Temeraire 11.00.15.
Finish Temevaiic, 1.33.32; Iroquois,
], E. Sniith is the Successful Tender eiwCouncil Appoint Pound-
keeper and  Gravedigger
A  quorum was formed at the city Accounts  to   thc   amount   of . $307.-
couucil  meeting  last evening,   those 50 were ordered to be paid,
present  being  Mayor  Coburn,   Alder- There   were   two   applications     for.
men     Bevcrid^e,    Nicholson,. Malone the   position   of    poundkecper       and
and Hooker. gravedigger,  viz.,  Wm. Ingram   and
Tenders  for   the. painting  of      the Geo.  Scarf.   Upon  amotion by  Aid.
exterior  of   Uie city, hall  were open- Beveridge, seconded by   Aid.  Malone,
cd and read ,by the clerk. ..They were Mr.   Ingram  was appointed. .
as  follows: j    The  Mayor  reported   that  he    had
J.  E.  Smith   ?G5.00 been unable to  interview-  Mr.   Mar-
II.  Kay  ,    77.0O pole,   superintendent  of the   C.P.R.,
S. -Rodiiig        357.75 in   reference    to ���  the electric light
Aid.  Beveridge in  view of the fact question, but he had talked  the mat-
that the lowest, tenderer, S.  Rodin-g, tor   over    with Mv.  Beasley.    That
was   not  a, resident  of  the  city,   and gcnlleinian  bald  informed    His  Wor-
dceming  it  only -proper   that       eon- ship   that the railway  company ncv-
traet.s to do city work should       i.e. er had installed a lighting plant in a
awarded  t<>    taxpayers,   moved  that city,  but he promised to refer     the
tho second lowest tender,  that of J. matter  to the proper officials. Noth-
E.  Smith,  be accepted, and the con-; ing had since been heard of the mat-
tract given  to him.    Aid.  Malone sec tor.   Thc Mayor asked  the  aldermen
oiidcd   the motion,  which   wiis carri- to be present at the public meeting
o.l. tonight and the council  .hen adjourn-
Thc Mayor  appointed   Aid.  Nichol- eel, the session lasting less than halt
son to supervise the work. an hour.                                    _,:._.
I: ,      -i    .'<-  !ffWg  DAILY LEDGER  Wi DAILY  Published   every day except Sunday.)  BY       THE       DAILY       LEDGER |  COMPANY.  Offices,  Ladysmith and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  90 cents  a month,    $5 per  year    in  Advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication. ,  ... !''._��������� ������&'__������  i'^e  TUESDAY,   AUG.   13,   1003.  THIS   EVENING.  It will not lie forgotten that this  evening a meeting lo discuss the sub  jeel of a lighting system for the city  will be held'at Iho opcia house. Jl'he  Itfayoi, at the lcquest ot the eiti/ens  has called the meeting, and on the  citizens will fall the cnl'iie ic-  sponsil.\iIily     of deciding!       what  shall  be    done.    It should   be  a well  attended mice ing and each cn_  m?t-  tendaii'.c  should   leave   behind   all   ai-  guments     as    to why   it would have  been   hetter  lo have  done   diffeienlly  .some  time ,il>o,  and  dow>l<.   then   at  tention   to   the  problem   "Do   we  de-  she an  electric light  system''    If *>o,  how can wc best obtain  if"  Appiovimatc figuies can be given,  no doubt, by Mayor Coburn, who  has given the question considerable  thought. II will it is belic\ed by  those familiar with the cost of similar plants  to  one that would he le-  Range  STRONG   GRATES  Just one turn is  necessary to operate  the Kootenay grates, and they are made'in such a  way that live coals are never-dumped'into-the  ash pan. c  This makes the Kootenay Range much easier to  operate and more economical on .{uel,'tjhan,jthe  ordinary cheap range fitted with commojnjjrates.  The   Kootenay  is equipped with'many other  exclusive  and  special  features, which  should 'be '<���������  examined before buying any other range.  Sold by all enterprising dealers. Write/for  booklet. ' '  London,        Toronto,  Montreal,        WtanlMS.  St. John, N. ������������������  Vancouver-  smith Hardware uo  ��������������� 'a -\1   .".OiSrXiJTl T"23!_  qjiiiied by thc city, be a not impossible thing to make such 'a plant self-  sustaining,    or  \ciy  nearly  so,  fiom  J._X.  Cor. 5th Avenue & Baden Powell Street  Open night and Day. A good meal at any hour  Pric s   Moderate  the stait by the sale of light to ci  ti/ens and  business houses  in  gener  al.    Ii should be a good propos'tion  and  Kgftt furnished as'cheap as coal  \    oil.   At any rate, it will advance tho  j city      \cry   materially to install   a  hbhting system'.    It should be  done  if we are to advance, ,and not recede  for     a city must do the one of   llie  other.  Newly filled up and  Furnished  PORTLHND HOTEL  ANGELO TATE.PROP.  Board at reasonable  Kates  A     carload of high grade copper-  ��������� - __ *  gold ore was received frorii^the ������Iil.-  .   top  mine,   K_imloops,  at  the  '.ady-  Good tables aud geed .     ��������� . _. ,     ���������.,        .    _.,'  Ro^ius smith    smelter! lately. This     is  the  first  of a lot being  shipped  by    A.  ._       *  ! F.  Gwin,  formerly of Duncans,   who  is now interested in some'of the promising     properties of the Kamloops  camp.  The bar is extra   well  Stocked  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES FOR HIRE ':���������:   :������������������  See J.  KEMP, oi leave oiders with  BLAIR &  ADAM  'PHONE  2-4.  ISN'T THAT SWELL?  ���������' Our customers are always pleased  wi.th the wall and ceiling papers  they have' selected from our charmingly varied stock, as well as with  the skillful way our workmen hang  it. General approbation is given our  interior  decorations.' May   we  make..  LADYSMITH AERIE     MO. ������������������������, P.  O." E. :���������:" :���������"��������� r'-���������i :'"\ "  Meets In the Opera House 1st and  jjrd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. ^Worthy  President, B Forcimmer; Warthy  Secretary, C H. Rummings/  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils 'aad;. water colors, pianoforte a!nd vocal lewoM glr-  en in classes or individually.  /    MISS, BERTRAM,    .  Ladysmith, B   C.  Under Now Managment     >  Hotel Wilson  up an estimate for you? ~   ,     ^11*11110, B; C ' '  Ladysmith Wallpaper 'Depot McKinneii & Woodbwik  HARRY   KAY  FIRST AVENUE  HOTEL DOMINION  \  ���������RateB |1.25 ai iU1.5C���������  Free bus]to all steamboat landings ard  railway depots.   Electric ears every Cv<  minutes to all parts of  tbe eity.   Bar  and table unexcelled.  ������. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST., VANCOUVER  B, C.  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First ClaM.:  Commercial Mens'' headquarters.'  ' Fire Proof    Buildiag.   Dealers In   Pianos and  ������������������ i  -  Organs ..  Ladysmith, B.C.  .YUEN  Merchant. Tailor  -    THEJONES HOTEL    ;  One Dollar Per Day.  Qoocr Table, Goad Bed and GoedBax  (Half Block-from Depot.)"  GAT ACRE  STREET-     Ladysmith:  I GLERMONT LIVINGSTON;  Ladsymith *ij  B. C  FIRST  AVENUE  THe CITY MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  j st Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  *__2^S^_2aK3i-22E__2E_S_������_g5S  __________2_SXS__I_3K_t(  ublie Notice  i  Attention is called to the      fact that the  Ogilvie Flour Hills Co.,  Limited,  makers  of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    FLOUR.     have for some time  past been pioducing fiom   in a   vastly   unpioved  and  purified  form  by  tlie aid of ELECTRICITY  and  having secured contiol  of   <ill the basic patents lelaling thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the   public   that  any  unauthorized users of  the electrical    Hour  purifying processes   will  he pro-:  secuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  re tlie  only    millers in Canada whose   Flour i"  purified by tlie electric process  This   Hotel   has    been  completely      Board and lodgiuj.   J. 1.00 per day.  renovated.    .  HO'TE L__    PRETORIA  Bar  Supplied   with   the  Best   Wines,  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Liquors and   ('.gars. J st Avenue :-:  :-:  :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Kind  'JA.F   Si  Of  HILBERT  Job  Done Promptly and  At  ~Xi  Meat Market  Geo. Roberts       X       Prppjl  9     ���������      ���������  ( HENSVS NURSFRIES  NEW CROP���������  Home Grown 8c   Imported!  GARDEN,    FIELD     and  FLOWER  SEEDS,  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,   ROSES,  GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY  PLANTS. /  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010 Westminster Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Blip ?and\  August 14th and 15th  $8t.5j)  . _TT_ _ < J..        '  FINAL  RETURN LIMIT 90 DAYS  August 21th and 25th,~ September,lfil  and  17th  CHEAP RATES to     ALL  Pifints. East.    ONE FARE  plus ,'sift  for THE ROUND TRIP.  Foi  full uarticulars call on or ad-  i  dress t _. j  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 7S Government st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.'  Then be sure your tickets read   via  the  :     '.,���������'.   ':'        i    i !��������� ! I j 1-1  1st   Avenue  The only line new making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast;  THE   -SHORTEST     LINE,  THE  FINEST TRAINS,   THE   LOWEST  RATES,  THE  FASTEST  Tf.JVfE.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS .CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  , For complete information  ask your  local agent or write,  F.  W. PARKER  Genep^l   _!gent,  m 2nd^ Ave., Seattle.  HOTEL     LELAND.'  (T. J. Wellrnan, Prop., Vancouver.)'  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modalled. Rates-J2 -per  day. Corner Granville and. Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1-t4_'       /     _ .  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor. Government     and  Yates St_.,  Victoria, B.Cv       . ;  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains Daily  VIC  3  Canadian Pacific  - i l J -  Rail^^ay  ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������*  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  -Tickets on,Sale To'and From all European Points / -  AT- LOWEST RATES        .  -   ,   ALL LINES   REPRESENTED.  ' ''       '- v  ���������        ' y  For Sailing Dates, Rates and full information,   v f - ,  '' --. .  ��������� i*   '    ,  GEO. L. COURTNEY: ,  T - 1  81 Govt. Street, "Victoria B.C.     . "   ���������'' - Dist. Freight &. Pass. Afl  if    I  i  !  THE, TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  -, ���������    ���������    ������������������   PURCHASERS, AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, CIOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  .   Smelting Works at  ���������   LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. &'N. Ry. or the Sea,  I  ���������    <" tu.  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager. I  r      J  1 "   ' " '   w. siler.   ;  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  . WORK PROMPTLY D(������^ ������������������:  \'  ''     "*���������'     -'.-���������--. _, \  Leava orders at the Abbotsford.  LADVSMITH SHAVING  PARIORS  HIGH STItEKT.  :���������:���������. Beat in the City :���������:^-J ,  RATES $3.00 PBR DAY  axatnn rooms  BAR SUPPLIED WITH B_C9t  WINRS, I.JQUORS, CIGAKS  Beitaccomiodation in town.   Splendid bunting and fishing in near vioinity.  A. J. McMLJRTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  | y'pVERY, BOARDING AND       *  f'^;" '.���������SALE3'-STABLpS;."     ... }'  Jf     ' -      ' EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY. J  |     DAVID JOHNSON       |  |PH0NE66? LADYSMITH-S  |%������X������X������X������k*_l(*_K������������:������?K������������*3K������ Ht- ^- * **������;fc*i^Xf_K������_MX������������������  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W. COBURN, Man. Director  , ' Telephone;46.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co yLtd.  MILLS   AT 'FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlngles a Specialty.  v    j   f,, - ���������Manufacturers    of���������  Rou.h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  SMMOOad 'aad Klla Dried Flooring     and  Fialshinf    Lomtar ia   Stoek,  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 ^Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  '    HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  (B. B. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I88UCO AT THE FOLLOWINQ BATE8:  $5 and under  3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10  6 cents  ���������������    $io    ' " '\ ^.- $30  10 cents ~  ������    $30       " "' $50  15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C nada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at tlie principal banking points; n the United StattM*  ,/ I'!. HKiOTlAliLK AT A FIXBD RATH A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC   , LONDON, ENG.  Th������y form au excellent method of remittin-: small sums of money  with safety aad at small   :ost.  One of which is the famous "North  Ci)������y.t Limited,"  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers on. all  trains.  Through tickets issued to all  points East     and  South,  also  Pullman tickets  issued  and berths reserved.  Excursion rates now in effect  tc- Portland Fair, Round trip  rate #11. Only direptline to  Yellowstone Park.  LADVPVJTH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.  Maaagec.  BOOTS AND SHO ES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   a  speciality.  THOHAS MCEWAN;  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  Steamship tichpts op sale to', all  EuropeuB points. Very low rates  now in effect. Cabin accommodation'  reserved; by wira.  For     furthsr     particulars    c-fiil or'   This "new Hotel has been comfort-  Best accommodation for  transient  tad permanent boarders and lodgers.  QRAND      HOT EL  write the office.  A. D' CARLTON,  A.G.P.A,   N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  Pkone.Main 456. a*������iy furnished and the bar is up-to-  4i������te; ' Rates ji.W a day and up-  W u-d8.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  W>HM4_U t������������; >< :���������������: *������i Ladysmith  ���������v  C, E. LANG  General Agent  - Victor...," B.C  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO. " j  ON THE ESPLANADEs  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLX'  BAKED  AND FRESH.  Coafectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to b������ 'dpi'  llvered at/any time.  Employment Agenay,  HAY, GRAIN AND  FARM PRODUCE  Orders will.be delivered* anywhsra j'  in the city promptly and at tae lour. '  est possible prices.  Leave orders at' Christie's, pn *���������, :K  Esplanade. i^  JAS. KARISOe^    ,^jjj  /. DAILY LEDGER  ���������__K  VA  AND  **  Plant, Specifications and Detail* furnishek for all kinds  of work io the CARPENTER  Line  C. B. ROBELEE, ^Carpenter  and Joiner, 2nd _ve, Ladysmith,  B.  C.  1  o.  A' STRANGE  CASE  IN , LONDON COUR'J S  A strange _>tory of impersonation  wilh a tragic soqtiel, has -usl been  unfolded in the law court* of Rome.  Count Adilance Beniculli, an eccen-  'tLic nobftemau charges his \alel , An-'  Its   Great   Resources  - NOTICE.  Persons found using our Patent  Settle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.'  RUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  ii  CALEDONIAN"  .    No part ol British Columbia today offers so many advantages to,the  Investor as dot* VANCOUVER ISL AND. , v ,  '       - f  :     Its vast and varied natural wealth has never been as yet;thorouBhly  appreciated by reason of thc fact that  before the public.   .  GOLD  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  it has never been promientlyl laid  COAL  TIMBER  -:o:-  R. P.RITHET,  &C6., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. :~. :-: ������������������:.-: .-B.C  toiuo Paolo,  with having caused the  death ol     Countess Bcniculli   1/aking  advantage     of the   extraordinary ic-  semblance     between himself  and the  valet, the count employed the latter  to impersonate him at vancus social  functions    at     Rome and elsewhere,  while he himself de.oted his lime to  his hobS.y of collect ing and repairing  ancient lockn ' - ,  Paolo,     piovided    wilh money and  good clothes,     moved in the best soi  cicty and was eveiywhere aecencd as  the     count.       Meeting the Countess  Bernoulli at a ball thc valet paid her  assiduous   attentions.      The countess  was pleased but gically surprised, as  her husband,    for whom she mistook  Paolo    had     neglected her for many  ye.us, not li\ ing     with her or seeing  her.  A few days after the supposed reconciliation the countess and Paolo  drove to Rimini. They were walking toward some caves 'to visit  which was the object ol thadiive,  when' a peasant woman rushed up to  them and accused Paolo of desciting  her, at the same tunc addiessing op- I them." This was the way cf that  prob'ious insults at tlie countess. Tbe j {.real teacher Agassi?.; certainly,  discovered  she bad been  laudanum. Qn hei dressing table  Uy lettejs stating she had believed  Paolo was her husband, and what  siie hd.df.een had dm en her to suK  tide, .being unwilling! to sully the  spotless recoid , of a noble ancestry.  The trial of PaoI_. has been ad oui lied pending "enquiry into the ciicunil  stances of the Iragedy,  WHAT     THE  TEACHER  ''     f      MUST     DO.  Knowledge is good,  but  wisdom is  better.      The J ���������college  valedictorian,  trained" to take knowledge m, i at hei.  than to'impart il may have much o.f  it, -but little wisdom, he may be able as a   teacher, to     brill boy* and  ,girls in     Greek or Latin declensions,  nd cram, them with facts,  usefu, or  valueless,      but ithe cannot ^noducc  in   them  what Spencer calls pleasurable excitement and  interest he is a  failure.      His     would  lie the sort of  teach ng that    harps upon obedience  .tird      discipline!    and    endeavors  by  force of i uie     and iod  to oblige the  pupil  lo stidy and leain. -The will  cannot,   be   fou-ed,  hut   thc  real teai'  chcr. knows well     that  it can be led.  i-Ie remcm|fcrs the lcmark of Ros'-eaii  that the     "(eachcL's prrwince is less  to  instinct  than  lo guide,"   that he  must      not lay     down precept.., but  leach ' has     pupils how    to discover  X^-K-^v-K^*.-^*-:^*.,-* . J>~+ -���������-*  ���������3  4.  %  i  .t  _  3  NANAIMO,   B. C.  flanufscturers of the  In  {British Columbia  G uar&n teed  Brewed  f -  Lager Beer and Porter  |     from the   Best Canadian  Malt  Run   Hops      ������  miners' Drilling |achii_@s,  Made to order and Repaired at short,  notice.   Diill Sharpened by  u  ways  gives  satisfaction.  Picks handled and repaired. ,  .  Slnips mi tiling    in a J1     its    ^ranbte,  Horseshoers~and Genera! Blacksmiths.  David   Murray  Buller Street   -----  i^adysniitht, B  ai  latter then  deceived. When she saw the would-  be count kneeling in the. street at  the feet of Paolo's wife she asked  the woman's paidon, and .elurned to  Rome alone on foot.  The    same   night she    was found  dead'   .nu her    mansion, jjjpisoneil by  FISH  GAME  SILVER  IRON   '  COPPER  Its Vast Agricultural Resources:  Its land, when properly cleared,  soil known,to man,  WHEAT  will grow almost any product of the  VEGETABLES  OATS  RYE  A  OB1  ALL   KINDS  APPLES.  PRUNES  PEARS*  WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL     FRUITS    AND     BERRIES.  thv  ble  , The Canadian Pacific Company will  adopt :aIi^>al/land)r.policy, and  1,500,000 actes controlled     by    them will-be di.posed of on-reason-  terms to actual settlers '        -      ..  .,   .  V, -  Government lands caii be secured. and  who desire a n������w home in a country - possessing the  money can be made by those  BEST CLIMATE  i .   --"���������":'.  In the World  THE DAILY LEDOER, Ladysmith, will  suppl^any  information  obtainable to those who contemplate a visit with a view of investment il  conditions are found as advised.  Is the centre of the grcatycoal mining    district;     a beautiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come in .each year.  LADVSMITH  IT IS THE JUNCTION OF THE     LINE    FROM    VICTORIA  TO  VANCOUVER, and'will continue to   grow is? Importance as  the Island is  developed.  Subscribe for and  read  THE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C.  The New Western Hotel  Good rooms,     good beds, and good board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and well supplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIGRINELLI  FOR DISPOSAL OF, MINERALS. .  ON'DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA THE'NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES,     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY:  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre (or soft coal and $20  for anthracite.   Not more than 320  t|! ? .  .      / '   _  ��������� v  acres can be acquired by oue individual or company. Royalty at" the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gi oss ' output.,  i   .-.  ���������������������������  - : Quartz���������Persons of. eighteen years  and.over and joint stock-companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n.i^ei's certificate is granted  for' one or more years, not exceeding  five, years, upon. payment in advance  $7.50 pcr annum for an individual,  and from $50'to $100 per annum for  a company,according to  capital.  A' free     miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  lame with two legal posts, bearing  location notices," one at each end   oif  the dine.of the lode or vein.  The claim sb_.il be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, onq  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At - least, $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  the mining recorder in lieu thereof.  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, puichase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the lutei lor to lor ate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the \ ukon terntoiy, of an  area not exceeding liiO acres.  'ihe patent for a mining location  shall provide lor the payment ot a  Royalty of 24 per cent, of the sales  ������f the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W:T.. excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,    i entry fcc$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  ^hewan  River claims are either  bar  or bench,  the former  being 100    feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 leet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territc#y���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have  or who may receive,  entries for bar  diggings or  bench claims,  except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date of  the lease for each five miles,  but where a person  or company    has  obtained more than one lease       one  dredge for, each fiftee.   i_ii.es or fraction  is sufficient.    Rental, $10     per  niiiim for each mile ot river leased.  Royalty at the rate of "2$ per cent,  collected on the output' after it exceeds $10,000.   ..  Dredging in the, Yukon, Territory-  Six leases of five miles each, may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The tessec-s right is coBfined-to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  Istday of August iu the- year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years trom the  date of ihe lease, and one dredge for  each five'-miles within six yeais fiom  such date. Rental, $100 pci mile for  lirst year     and     $10 per     mile foi  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in  thc Yukon Territory���������Creek,     gulch,    n\er and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet     in  epgth,  measured on the base line oi-  general direction of the ciecK orjgulcli'  the width   being from  1,000  to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked (by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entiy must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recoi tier's office. One extra day allowed foi each  additional ten miles or fraction.  Thc peison or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to' a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if thc party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, qu the out  put of which no royally shall be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims  only.  Entry fee, $10.   Royally at the rate  of two and one-half pcr cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from     the  _fukon Territory to be paid tfc     the  'oruptroUer.  No free miner shall receive a giant  I more than one mining claim      oi.  eaeh separate river,  creek or gulch,  but tbe same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  fiee miners may work their claims in  partneiship by filing notice and paying a fee  of $2.00     A claim may    be  abandoned  and  another obtained    on  the same cieek, gulch or river by giv-  ng notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must  be obtained each year;     if  not, the claim .i_.il"be deemed ,to   be  abandoned,  and    open  to occupation  and entry  by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim  may   be  defined absolutely by having  a survey  made and publishing  notices  in- the  Yukon official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All   unappropriated   Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory,  arc open to  prospecting for  petroleum,  and  thc Minister  may reserve for an'individual or company having machinery  on  the land  lo be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not, exccei  three limes the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities., and satislactor-  ] ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding G10 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to^the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre ar.'  the remainder of tluLj,ract reserve,  namely, 1,280 ' acres'5 will be sol.1  at the rate of three dollars an  afire, subject to loyalty at such rate  ���������&!_ may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART;  Deputy  Minister of  tbo Interior.  Peyartmont of the Interior, w    .���������  A RARE-CASE Ol'1  GOOD  ADVERTISING  To  Whom  it May  Concern!   Know  ye that by the payment of SI ,000 I  am  permitted to i el ail   intoxicating  liquors ', rn  this city.    To the wife  who   has   a'drunkard  for   a-husband,  or a friend  who is unfortunately  dissipated,  1 say emphatically,  give  me  notice of such case or cases iu which  you "are iijXercstc.l,'and all such shall  bo" excluded "from my  place.        Let  mothers,   __.tl.p_s,   si.steis   r.n 1  brothers     do likewise and theii 'icjqjiesls  will   be regaided     1 Pay  a large tax  for    jtthe piivilegc, of selling whisky  and   other  liq.uois,   and   I want       U  .���������distinctly'UiideistoctL thai     I      have  no desire .to ��������� sell lo di-unkaids      or  miriois. / j-l*rJmuch  prcfci   that  they  save .their 'money and  put  it wheie  it  will  do   the  most good   to   their  families.       Theie Jare     gent^nen ol  honor, and men ot money, who   can  afford .it, and it is with/these that I  "deshe  lo tiade.  '  uJ       .   Rv KIRCITNER.i  ' Blue Front''Saloon,  Wilson  Cieek,  Wu.  ���������Wilson Cieek Chief.  Noaht-.was.the first.nvan to advci-  tise.'; lle-'atl'vertisefLfthe Hood and il  came' all light. 'Tlie'fellows who  laughod at to ad.vei tising got  warm ami it sen'ed them rigilik. Emj  since Noah's tunc vthe ad.ertisci has  been' pi ospenng,, while the other fellow- ��������� is-lieingi '* swallowed up in the  flood of di.sa_.ter.   o   His wi.o has .gone lo noilheiu lal es,  Where cooling biee/es blow,  Mis daughters _-to- the .seaside, wheie  They bathe.and sail and  iow;  11 is sons- are''oil a camping 1 rip-  None  of the family guessed  Thai he    slajcd right at home, pooi  - -.    man,  Because he needed rest.  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That the place to BUY YOUR Mb.AT  is  where  the slaughtering     U  done locally?    We are not  depending  on    what the Wholesalers send ai*  and     can    GUARANTEE   EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CJ EAN  PAWN ELL   &    PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK,  GAT...CR*1  G.yF.j.'.  LADYSMITH  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������f^t-f++-*++-M+-f-f++-M--^ H-M  LADVSMITH TRANSFER CO.  V*,  PIANOS,  t  4  ���������  x  | WILLI* VI 3 \ i )    / \ ; _ : r  ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  VI  t'-.l  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots  ford.  Leave orders, at   tho  qg������KW!!__~8g&������3Sgg-38_a__g_^^  PRESERVED PALMS  These popular (.fonts ar.; not  "artificial but are the sen-  nine palm chemically treated  aud perpetuated for .all tfinc  They  ^;  J*  E  urr  M  \  It.  is. said    'that some women make  b   fools of some men ���������  "i is impossible quite to dciiv it, .  But 'tis true lh.it. unite oWeu the  ttick has been done  Before ever a woman could tiv it.  __*~       -������ ii^-vj  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN' NORTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal���������Coal  lands   may  be  purchased at $10 per acre for soft, coal   and  f.20   for   anthracite.   Not more  than  620 acres can- be acquired by one individual or company.   Royally at the  rate    of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds    shall      be 'collected on thc  gross output.  Quail/.���������A fiee miner's cci lificale is  granted upon payment in advance of  $7.50 pcr annum for an individual,  and from .$50 to $100 per annum for  a company, according to capital.  A      free miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locale a claim  1.5U0  x  1,500   feet".    The fee   for   recording  a claim  is  $5.00  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim  each year or^'paid   to the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 hiis been expended or paid, the  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the J and at  $1  an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royally of 2i pcr cent on  the, sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feet square; entry fee $5, renewable yearly.  A free miner may obtain two leases   to  dredge  for  gold   of  five miles  each for a term of twenty years, renewable at the/descrction of the Minister of the Interior.  The- lessee shall have a dredge in  operation .within one season from the  date of th'Alc.isc for each five miles.  Rental, $.10 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Royalty at tbe rate  of 2i per cent collected on thc output after it exceeds-$1.0,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of  the Minister of the In-  ' trior. .  EED NO������ ,  NO  WA'IERIN'G, |  c NO DEAD LEAVES f  Always fresh and cool m  appearance,     they are a  great     addition   to any  loom.  Prices Potted Complete  3 Leaves, 6oc 4 leaves, 75c  5    "    $i,75   7        "$175  9    "   $2.00  12      "$3.o<  no-foot Trees, $10 each;  VICTORIA,BO  :^S������S5eS5HS^������<^f^^i3__^_^__3S^_6&tE������_   ____.  V1 Vfi 4 I  ETC.  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of  Ladysmith  liotel.  ~     "       J.  E.  SMITH,  Pn���������  SO   YEARS'  EXPE--T.1ENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anvono soikIIiir n. nltotoh and description run?  quickly usee, tain our opinio.1 free wliotlicr an  Invention is prolinlily jmienlnhle. Communion-  tlon_ RlrlctlyconHdontlul. Handbook on I'atonts  lent free Oldest nuency for nccuriiiit pnU'iits.  Patents taken thromrli Minui ..Co. receive  .prciii. notice, without elm. <ro, I" tlio  Scientific-Hmericffli*  A liawlsnmoly Illustrated weekly l.nrirost clr.  dilation of any scientific Journal. Terms. tX a  vonr: four niontiiii, i. 1.   Soldby.v.l jiev.deiili.rs.  W!M cx Oo.3G,Broad^.fe York  II. O. MILES  Contractor and Biild^r  RKPAIRING  of  all  kinds  pronsWif  attended to.     Shop on Gsttaarc    _N^  3_JI.'iDH  Solicitor,  Etc..  st. Avenue  to  loan  LADYSMir  :(l Ol.'C'l. C?."' ''" St'- Wll"llill������l'JI>. I\ C  Ladysmith   Temp'e No. 5 Rat'i_ioae_  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow'     all  2nd  and 4th Tuesday at 7..30 p.. _u  Mrs.  Kate Tate, secretary,,  Meatmarket  B. C. THE   DAILY   LEDGER  LOCAL ITEMS  T^KSS _3  h  raa ������ssti_i_^_?r ^.-jr ._____sa~v  I\lr. J. IT. Ft?nek, agent for Simon  Lei'-ei, was in town Has morning-  The Eamles bold llieir fortnightly  session at the u.sual houi tins evening.  Ovei   100  pans  of local made,  and  English Pit  Bouts at  Simon Leisei  A. Co 's Lid.  i\5r. \V A Fli'ichsi went down io  Victona this motnin-;, where he will  conduct llie subiirl-a.ii tiain Tor a foi t-  me,ht aflei which be will letum to  his   (lutus   o.   the   La.ily������mnUi-E\ten-  sioii   iiain.  i  Senator     Templein.ui,   who  is "mv  borne, says a     western man   will  1c  appointed   Lieutenant   Governor  Uiitish   Columbia   within   a month.  of  lUiss KaU> Alichacl fcnneily on  Die Ladysmith teaching stall, lias  been appointed teacli.r of the South  Cc-dar public school. IMiss Michael  will now he able lo live at hji home  in Cedai   Distiict.  DUNCANS  TOWNS1TB EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  in  town lots which ate na-w offered  The S.S. Thistle called in at this  pcii \estenla.y e\en ns- She left  attain  foi   Campbell nver,  hav ������������������������.',  on  board   .Mi.   -las    Dunsniuii,     j������i     '''���������  Little,      and     Judge   Diake  and  his I  son.     The     pai ty will spend     some  t.mc at the n\er fishing.  Tho lIoltumoL Camp has- qcen dc-  seitcd and Mr. Michael and bis family have leit. the pleasant haunts or  Chsmainus Bay- ,foi the more useful  fields of daily labor. Mr. Feie.uson  <omcved the cair.peis from then ie  tieat in his launch. 41.'  -"Ilie Ladvsmith City Band Ins  dui Ieicd the S. S. -loan forSaUn-  day evening m-\t and will n.n a  ������io'onlight excuisiob down to Sydncv  and bac\- The baud will be in attendance and a'good lime is promised.  Tlny-iC people wlio went on the  Moonlight Exclusion lasl evcningre.  pent a.\eiy pleasant lup. 'I he  vvoathei was not vxny , bnghl ."d  coii.sc'(|iienl!y the ciowd was not so  laige as it was expected it wn.ild  be. Ilowcvei, those who went seem  thoroughly s.ilisficd  Anolhei carload of Ogilvies'  Roval  Household  Hour just  leceived   dire i  from  the mills by Blaii & Adam  HEADQUARTERS     FOR   SCHOOL  SUPPLIES    is   KNIGHT'S   BOOKSTORE.  A 3iuall .area has been laid off  at    -  LOW   PRICES   AN    D ON   EASY TERMS.  The futuie of  the Cewichaw     District  asd   Vancouver   Island  w_l  e*ee������J  expectations  aid   this- is a good ckawe ' - a safe aad  piolitaUc   investment.  SEE PLANS AND PRIU-*  Agents, J. STEWART J. H WMITTOME  j winner of the St. Lodger, at        ny  rate they are always considered the  Ln'ijs-dt*,  V:  I.  KSOE3t^mV3S������S������2  Duneans,     V. I.  Clampa;je  Us In  .1��������� "-~"-  ��������� ���������    ' * ���������**  LENZ & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS,  MANUFACTURERS OF  ���������ENTS*  FURNISHINGS,  MTU.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS, ETC  VICTORIA, 1. -���������������  DOMINION EXHIMTION  1905-SEPTEMBER 27 TO  OCTOBER 7-1905  Under, the. Auspxes of the Royal   Agricultural and  Industrial Society  NEW WESTMINSTER  B.   C. __  $100,000.00  SPOTS  STRI  PLAIN  FIGURED  fa,voiites  in  the  betting and  wished  for     by holders of ticliets - in local  sweepstakes.     ������������������ '*     '  The     retirement ot Mr. t Smithers,  one  of  the  princes of  the  trotting  woild, is another object,lesson      or  should be,  to  those who arc intoxicated with the supposed .attractions  of tbe  betting  ring.    Mr.  Smithers,  who    must havc been as-much "on  the inside of things" as any man in-  teiested,in racing,  retried  on       account of his heavy .money looses cn*  gendeiod  through his -backing on the  ponies.     This'statement has thus far  gone     the  rounds of  the' American  press unchallenged.   If such a man as  Smithers     has  such  an experience,  whajt chance is there for the average  sucker?     Betters; forget', that while  they may  be reasonably' sure of  the  result of one race,  the almost irresistible temptation to back,   "their  luck or supposed knowledge on   ' the  other races .   that     usually make up  the day's  programme, is nearly    always the cause of their undoing.  ,  _^^^^^^^^^^_ ^  ' _    ' *  If you have "a house and lot to sell  or rent, see John Stewart. His, advertisement is on page four;  From this dats on five cents- will  buy a-nice, cool glass of beer ' at  Jones'   Hotel. ��������� -  New Patterns  m  Regular   values  up to;. 40c.   yard  -SPECIAL  Ii. lard  [.������.! H-H-H*  100,000.000  IN PRIZES AND  ATTRACTIONS  CORRESPONDENCE  Ediioi Lrclgei���������Sn'���������Whilst- pas.  sing llie Cil0 Hall lasl Satuiday I  obseiml a bevy of tan damsels ein-  usm-i thcicfiom , and among them  J liolicnl '-uiiic .ainliluu lat-es connected with tiie teaching stall. U|on en-  -{liiii> I learned tha't the Tuistces  and" le.-uheis w-eio h.ivmu, a joint  nice-ling piepaiatoij lo lnc opc-nuif.  of ihe new school lei ml 1 was also  liiloini.'d that Uiice oi the .le.icheis  ol the slab weie iclned owing to'ilu-  expny ol i.ei libtatc at tlie end if  June last, also 1h.it though tbcj  weie "not licensed" io tea'b in Uie  month of July they weie to be paid  salanes foi thai month. .Now, A__  Ediloi, I cc.n-.idi'! il nlinrst ti o  miit-b lo p.iv leaciuis v hose ceilil.c-  .(.aks aie t>i.ol "101 Uie holu'avs"  bill ceilaii.lv .<��������� ianlv nvuslice to Uie  ratepaycis to j.av one luiitdieil am.  lift} doi'ais to individuals who d.d  not cms! as mcmbeis of Uie teachina  MTSS  SOt RV  W'e aie not jcisouallv auifiainlci'  Willi _\Iiss Souiv, ncvei having \<,  our lcnowltdgc mei the lady. Ili-i  complaint' is so mireasena't.jie that w.  publish the lelter in order that her  ft;lly limy ho made more manifest t<  lier Everyone wiM 'agree that if tin  .school authorities say that a .school  year sbalT'c-misist of ten months act!  ual time in school and two months  not. in school and tlil.it the sahtrv  shall be so much per month for tin  year, that- if tbe teacher gives the  ten months services in si lioo'l he or  she is cnlilled lo the extra two  months during which time as there is  jio .caching a cert ideate is not at all  .icci'ssnrv. Of course, '.his' :s s.:i iw-  ened up by the fact that the teach.)  Ml. ST have a. certificate lo begir  1l:.e-l.eii. moiiibs Ivach'ng;. Miss Rou-  _y is eviil.'iiUy a. disappointed spin-  S'lcr of an mict���������rtain age who is. lon!.-  jpg for souk.'thing.  HaES  EBUrgw.   (toaais/acw,  Wasdsoais  and spasjous bmUisfc.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP   EVKNTS    in  ROWING  aid  LACR3SSB,  HORSE  RACING,  Broncho ". uaime,"   Mihlary" Parades a^  Bwwises  ROYAL  IRISH   GUARDS  and  clhti    Fauiaite   SANDS.  GRAND   WATER   CARNIs'AL-Parada  at    Fiaaer  Rl*M   FiSkia.   K'*  patrol Boats, 11 M. War*t_i|is, lai'ua  WaL  Ca������������������8, site.        lMiia& sparts.  Foi   all  laformatioa wnt. W.  H.   KBARY-,   Swstary'������*" Moa(it,  New Westmmstsi, Ii. C. *  -ae-*c- >. Xr*-  roil  SPORT  THE   IUXG���������  All  exchange  savs    Now   that    the  hoav. wengbl     clumpiouship has dtt>-  .ended  to  tbe level  of  Alaivin  Hail  i.ili.   Madden   has   sbal en  I'-e  nioUi  iul's out   ol  Gis  Ruthlin,   tne  teui-  Jj sewei   pipe of Ail on,  O.  The news that JclTiies is rung to  "���������tail a boxing school munt >e mo. t  . ncouiatfirtg->*f6 some .if Ihe vvouM-l.c  he.u>-weight champions '-o iisve  Tailed so.gii.atly thus far in seeming  Ih.' coveted  honors.  "_ ACHTINC���������  It   will   be diihculi   1.0   blame     tbu  Royal   St.  Lawrence Yacht   Club   if  the   ineni'licrs  should   deeiile  not      to  'jlialU-mjc. '   for the.'Seip.wa'ii'h.'i.ka Cup.  next  year,  says  the Montreal   Star.  They have done     their slnvre diiring  ihc last  ten years mi  aiding in     Uie  development       of      small,     shallow  draught   sailing   craft.     During   Unit  time  there have  been   other  eluts  in  Canada a.n.vious  to have a Iry at the  Scavvii'iiliaka  Cup,  notably   from  Ontario, and  t'hey  might   be given    an  opportunity.      On  the otber  hand,   if  .the boat     that  will be needed       to  bring  the cup   back from  Man c ties tor  will  hgivc lo l:c a tax-l  l.nr.t,  as   was  iran!.ly  intimated  by. the .  .iinbvi's of  the  Manchester  crew  who   ..ere heie,  it      v.orld   give   a great   o. :n|:ng   to  Lower Pi'o'vince   designers ��������� Io   evolve  something    that  they couh'.   try <���������������'���������  in  the salt water waves" that  upon then coast'.  THE TORF���������  Next in  interest to the world-renowned English Derbj,,which     was  urn at Epson on May 31st, is    the  Doncaster  St.   Ledger,   wh-ch  takes  place  on Septembci   10th  next.     It  lia^s   frequently  happened   nut      the  hoisc winning thc Derby jr the Idly  coming  in  fust at the Oaks,  is  the  ANTHER  SHIPMENT OF  IK  n  .stabtlshifil  Launch aad' Pleasure Baats ���������_ All  desciiptions for Hire'. Beats kuiit  lo order and Repaired*. Bpeoa bars a  Speciality.       ������������������ - -  HARRUP AND MAYBBN.  BOAT     BUILDBRS.   ���������  ���������  CUBAN CIGAR FACTORY  _:   i_ y '   ' r  Manufacturers of thi Famous  CUBAN,., BLosson r  None but Union Lab,; Employ.-ed  h J. BOOTH, Pr������p.  and unequaled value in  ~-Z   -'' '       ���������>  I '' _, ���������I  Linoleum,    Oilcloth, Lace    Curtains,  Art Muslin, Art Saten, Tap: ;  estry, Lounge   Coverings,   Cretonne,  " *   etc. etcV , /  ���������*     r        i >  ^ X  1 I        ,��������� '  '        ' _/,''  Try a pair of our hand made  Pit  ��������� y-\:r')        Boots -  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  o  OATAOmE ST  LADYSMITH  WiG.Fraser  , -1 t   - f * _,  MerchantTailor,  (ist Avenue) f "*'   *  Spring Stock on hand. Call earlv and  get your choice ;  ' 'III Pieces, all  oolois,  in taffeta���������Fancy     Mixed���������    Sash  Ribbons etc.  11EGUI \V-    ������.ric io dOc.  .SPECIAL 25c. W-  -> NOTICE/ \r ; ' _.'  From this date the. ihdersigaed  wilPnot be responsible fpr^any.ia-  debtedness incurred except on a  wiitten order signed .by tha saetetary  Rowland Machih.    ' ���������   ,j _,-.   ���������.  V. I.  EXPLORATION * DBVEL-  .     OPMENT CO.,lLTD. ' \Z   " .  Non Personal Liability.  Vistoria, B. C, May 18th, 19M.  One Dices iu Each Pattern,  Only Si\ Pieces Left. We  are   going to   clcai them all  out at  I i  i:  fiOc YARD  200  REMNANTS  Of  Ah Winr> %  Merchant Tailors  Ladles' and dents', Clothea Alada to  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY VI ��������� ,  LADYSMITH,   B.  C  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that at tlie  next sitting of the Board of Licensing Commissioners of the Cit> of  Ladysniiih, I intend to make application for a transfer of the Reta 1  Lufiior licence now held by nie for  the premises k nown as tke Queen's  Hotel, situate upon Lots 1<8 and 14,  block 75, Ladysmith, B. C , from u������y-~  self to Leopold Lepas.  DESIRE HENRY.  Ladysmith,  22nd July, 1������W>.  J.-STEWART. ;v-~-,.  Conveyancing     +      Notary' Public  P. O. BOX 268  For Sale���������4-roomed house  fine     location, neatly fenced and  furnished JS26  GUNS   RIFLES  SHELLS  COMPLETE STOCK JUST  ARRIVED,  and,they-v  include tho following weil  known make makes-  * - , v  ,;   PARKER & LEFEVRE SHOT   GUNS, SAVAGE & WINCHESTER,  RIFLES * BRG-YVNINC AUTOMATIC  SHOT GUN,, KYNOCK; EL  l-    EY'&J VULCAN SHELLS:-   -        ,.   ,.      .t    _       ;     ���������  /     . .      M  LADVSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd  Ging'l'.ICni,  Voils, etc.,  ���������Musiins,-,   Prints,  at  lys^s^s-sass  >5  UITS  IN  SERGE AND TWEED  At Half Price To Clear  CALL EARLY AND GET A BARGAIN  MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM  Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK. . -   - TBJP-MW  6-7  A Royal Breakfast Food  35C A SACK  Half Regular Price  GIVE US A  CALL  For Sale���������5-roomed house  good location, $8,75 and. one  year more to pay. Owner has  already     paid $516    besides��������� iin-  'lirovemcnts  ^_S____..  BLAIR AND ADAM.  'PHON-   2-4  For Sale���������Two   fine lots.  each (10x120, centre of City, $250  and assume mortgage of     $400.  To Ren*���������Nice   house   on  Third Avenue, comer lot, $6 mo.  .^_________������������������_���������___���������__���������_^_������������������_������-������������������_  For   Sale���������ioo   acres    of  land  in  Cedar Distiict. $2S5  For Sale���������2  sheep farms  on out of the Gulf lula-nas, considerable improvements..-'./For  the Two '$4-S-8  Charlie   ID%jinrk  y  MERCHANi TAILORS  NEW   SPRING   AND  SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVBB.  Charles Dunn, of the above firm, v isits Ladysmith eveLy Sunday fat tfc*'.  purpose ���������! taking measurements and  seeing customcis   "^eikoually.   ***T^  lie seaa at the Hotels.    We guarantee all stock and a peifect fit at   *���������,!<  lowest possible rateB.   Suits fiom     $15.00 up.   Pants from $4.00 up. AH,  Raad-Hiade.   -Full iiae of the LaUst supplies ALWAYS  eamad  by  aft. <  Dm. ������ A  ...  IT" .ih '  Why Buy From Peddlars?  If you caaget flrst-class goods_ at low prices fiom a reliable  Mouse at kerne. Tke peddlais that call here tiy to ������et ml of suck  tratfk as thay cannot sell"** home. If you get an article fiom a  leliable film you are sure tha I the goods are as  lepicsantwl, and  if yon are not satisfied you have something to fall back'on a.fc we  are here since this town was fust stalled, and hold wir reputa-  tioa as a flist-claei! hou.������.3. VVe cany nothing ri oui li'ie but the  )mt quality of gaods and sell  on  small   profits,   as   oui   erp:n_e������  are small. We have no fat, salaiiis lo pay and 'no traiell'nii ex-  Heases' Call-and compaie oui piicct. and oui ijootls, ant clo:i_t.le  d_eei\ed.  B.FORC<MriER  WATCHMAKER,  JEWBLER, OPTICIAN  First Avenue,  Ladysniiih,  Wt are making them of the Newest   Pattern and L������t<]  . ,.. ...Styles. ���������;', ;:.' :'c'.-v  WE DO ALL KINDS OIT ffOU NDRY WORK  ���������nr Prises are ReasoMa  bis ' -1J  SMS 0������R   N������W STOVBS IN BL AIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.   ,  LADY>nird/iR3W.&":ir>ve'',vv;.)RK'3  For Sale���������4-roomed house  $351  7-roomed hou^e  $sso  FOR  RENT.  The hotel apartmeats of the rort-  laad    Hotel,    'eonaisti������g  of  twenty  rooms,      iaeludiag  kitehea,   pastry,  store-raoBis,  14  bedrooais,  w������ll  tur-  Hiaktd,  stc.   Tke bouse,  without tlie  War, j������ill be leased by the uatlersi)Kn-  ed  at very  reasonable  rates.     Call  and look ovtr   the premises.  A good  kaardisg kous������ keeper can do  wull.  ANGBLO TAT12,  Prepriotoi'.  Dr.K._5. Didl  Surgeon Dentist  Alt work guaranteed, and at reas  able rates. .  Bi^hSt. Ladysm  OPBN  AT ALL HOURS. ���������  From  this dats on five cents   will  To Rent���������First Class hotel   buy a nice,  cool  glass  of  beer  business, best location. j    Jones'   Hotel.  T. )vs'      School  Suits,      pants  Jl  hats, halt'      price at Simon Le'.-Ji.  at Co.      Ltd.,    "���������   Make your    purer,


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