BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Aug 7, 1905

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xdailyledg-1.0178234.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xdailyledg-1.0178234.json
JSON-LD: xdailyledg-1.0178234-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xdailyledg-1.0178234-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xdailyledg-1.0178234-rdf.json
Turtle: xdailyledg-1.0178234-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xdailyledg-1.0178234-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xdailyledg-1.0178234-source.json
Full Text
xdailyledg-1.0178234-fulltext.txt
Citation
xdailyledg-1.0178234.ris

Full Text

Array c^'
v^-tv
,i_i.,vV /;
.*V(
"Si"
**��,.-<-
���'����.
I,
Al
Daily Ledger
A'JGS-
iJ.rOR!A,e
VOL. ��,
MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 190,-).
PRICE   FIVE   C3JC3
J COLLECTION IS A
BEAUTIFUL ONE
).':
-
On the Steamer  Germanicus is
One of the Most Valuable
Collections in the World
It
is Doubtful if any   Museum
Can Show a More Complete
Collection of Weapons
i.
The genial master of the Germanicus is,     entitled  to the palm  for a
, collection     that instrucls, dnl crests
,   amuses  and  entertains.    Those who
.'  are so' fortunate as  to he invited by
him  to  see his collection cannot afford ,to   miss  the  opportunity,     foi.
while the lovers of curious 'coins, oi
-   the.earnest,collector of stamps does
work,that interests a class,  Captain
Berndt \s   work  interests  everybody.
Cramped, up in  three snfall  rooms
on board tlie German <-s'>ip Germani-
'   eus,   Captain   Berndt .has  a mag'nift-
cent    collection  of  arms'of  almost-
every    nation   and   every  barbarous
tribe on earth.    Each weapon  is not
only    genuine,    but in nearly every
case    each  has     done  its   gruesome
wort'i, from.the poisoned dagger used
by the secret society, ^the Mafai,   ot
Italy,   and called  the  "Sacred   Dag-
>   ger", to the dagger used by the natives in Middle  Africa in their human    saciifices,   t encased ���  in sheaths
made of human skin.
In. all..   w,e collection numbers near
ly-a thousand  pieces;   and' is -nvorth-
tbousands  of dollars.    II  has  taken
-years and years of sailing 'from port
to, port,   always  on  the alert     for
something curious  and  unique  in the
matter    of     weapons,  but  Captain
Berndt. feels proud," and justly so, of
the results.
In tlie  first room shown to .vParty of visitois yesterday,  the low upon, row   of polished   daggeis,   knives,
swoids,  etc.. caused numerous exclamations of surpiise, and as  the visitors  involuntarily   strelched      foi th
their hands to  handle  some of    the
curious   o-bjecls,   they   pausod      midway upon  the advice  of   the captain
to admire the things from a, distance
as    some     of the weapons contained
the  deadliest  p.oison,   and  a scratch
from one     of them  would  mean -almost instant  death.   "Foi -instance']
continued   the'   Captain,  "this little
knife, used hy the natives of Congo,
is covered   with   deadly   poison.       I
proved   this   to my satisfaction     hy
using it on a    kitten I had o;ice.   A
very small prick in the side  was sufficient.    The cat was  dcaid  inside an
hour."
���"That,"- said the captain, pointing
to along, crooked, wicked-looking
instiument of death, "is aknss from
Java. The one to the left, and of
almost similar workmanship, is a
weapon of the natives of the .Celebes
" islands."       :
A      weapon   rich   in   woikmanship,
crooked,  and about sight inches     in
length.      encased  in    a richly   inlaid
sheath,  was, explained the owner,  a
Morocca.ii   dagger���one  thai   he    liad
paid  a good,   stiff  pi ice   foi  .himself
in Morocco.
"Now,   this  one here  is  something
that will  interest the'ladies,"   went-
on, thc captain, .who'is������somewhat of
a humorist for all his sombre    surroundings. '-'It is a dagger from Middle Africa,   and   is used   hy   the   natives in  their human sacrifices.    The
sheath     is made of the skin of      a
South African lady, and, ,as you can
see for yourselves,  makes an  exceptionally   serviceable .easing for      the
knife. The vone next to it is the "Sacred   Dagger,'I    used  by Mafia when
the death sentence i��, passed  upon a
person by  tins Society,  this kind of
weapon    is a,lways   used   to  transfer-
the condemned person's soul   to    another |sphere:   That one, I was-    as-
surred by   the one from whom   I  received  it,   has   been   the   instrument
of execution in more than  one case."
In the. next room   the  Captain has
arranged     his   larger  weapons,   such
as    spears,   swords,   the   Australian
Boom-o-rang, etc.  -One weapon which
attracted the'eye at. once,  is shaped
almost exactly like acomrnon  pitchfork, hut is p, much surer instrument
of death  when in'-Ihc hands  of    one
of  the fierce  tribes ��� whose   workmanship and ingeiiiiiity. is response'. 1-: for
the    weapon.       It has. three   prongs
about nine inches  in  length.   At intervals  of two  inches  are barbs   an
inch in length, slanting the opposite
way  to  the main  prong,  and   it     is
easy to  conceive  how  impossible it
emy to escape, once  the owner had
go I   ' a good  jab  at him.    To make
matters  doubly  sure; ' however,'- each
haih    and prong has been poisoned,
and the merest scratch  is .sufficient!
to cause death.   There are also seveial kinds of Zulu and Kaffir spears.
The,onlV difference between the two
weapcOis   is  the 'fact that  thc   Zulus
use  ,-\viie   in binding   on   the   metal
barb,  while the  Kaffir "uses  the less
expensive sinew  of  bullocks.
"That,"   said   the  Captain,   point:
in��   to      a'string   of  heads' hanging
midst     a collection of Zailu shields.1
speais,- asscgies,   bplos,   cte^   "   is
the    !'aHiru  '      of      a   ^iiiTr ' lady
v.lirn "she appeals in full  dress      on
state    occasions.'f   The "dress" consisted  of* a string of beads about a*��
inch and  a half in width,  and    , although   of very   pretty   workmanship,
there seemed to-W butrvery''little of
it .for a hall dress, eVem according to
the most  fashionable European   idea
on low-nes!i dress/^   etc.   On the opposite side  of the wall'are, ai ranged
a nice  .  collection   of human   scalps,
which  the captain had" obtained from
a tube' in  Borneo called' the'"'Head
Hunters."      ���_,;.,   ; l ,        f
' Besides the hundreds'" of weapons in
the  collection,, the  captain   Has  de--
voted   ' much 'time to gathering  to~>
gethci an .array of horns,  a,nd  from
the. antelope  "of South  Africa" he has!
a pair   which-measures  nearly      six'
feet from  tip to tip,'it-being  from!
a species      of the.   largest   antelope.'
One of the larest items of'the col-,
lection is    the head of a Spring Buck,
[rom jKouth Africa, ,with  32, rings on
llie boms.    Each  ring indicates       a
year  of  thc  animal's  life,   and  it-is
very    seldom     lhat .one with  more
than  IB rings are round    Befoie leaving thc South Afiiean collection, the
captain    pointed    .out a?shell  which
had   been filed   in   Ladysmith,   South
���\fi ica/during the Boer war.'} ,   r- -
���Amidst a iuim|<er of swoidfish,"sawfish,  albatross-heads,  etc, "arc hang-
in"   two paddles, about-six .feet     in
knglh, and  brought  to a sharp point
al   the lower end.    In two  lines   up
and  down   the centre of   the  paddle
aie six holes,  about the sixe of    a
ten-cent     piece. These,   the Captain
explained, are believed by-the natives   to ' greatly   increase  the speed - of
the canoe.   "And   they-do,   too,"   he
added.  "Thc -wafer being forced rapidly through the holes'as the paddle
is     weilddd,    helps    to steady, the
blade,   and  not   a pal tide   of   energy
ot   'push' of the paddle is waster by
slipping   sideways,   as   the   ordinary
paddle will  do." *
Amongst      the Collection   of, birds'
heads   is   that of  au albatross',  villi
its      long,  crooked   beak,   which,   in
the  case of  the one in   tlie Captain's
collection,    was     thci- cause  of   the..-
bird's   capture   and   ultimate   death.
It  was  explained "that" the'-inaninei'
of  capturing   the- albatross  is' very
of h-teel
DUFFY Will Mil FBI
cnwH
His    Career    Has    Been
Splendid He is World's
Champion
His Greatest Victory was
, Over Australian 100
Yard Champion
" New York,  Aug. 7.���Arthur       V.
Duffy,     champion sprinter of       the
world,  who recently returned  from a
successful   trip   abroad,   has  decided
to. retire from the cinder path, says
the New. York   Herald.    His  reason
for retiring is. that  he feels that he
has  had his day,  and  that hewoild
rather retire when at Uie height   of
his fame than when defeat will foice
him out.
.When, ahioad Duffy won ne'v championships    ami     established      --hive
woild's     records for short distance
events.    His   best   performance   was
victory over G.  A,  Widinan,        the
Australian  lOO.yaid  champi.m,   who
had    not been defeated   ' < fore      in
yeais.    Duffy  also  too1-''   "����� measure
of MaoPhers-on/of New Zealamd.   In-
speaking of his trip to New y.calai d,
Duffy  says that  tlie  runners      'h-rc
were started as horses are at.     th>
rac^  track  in   this  country.   Every
runner has to step into his  lur'icu-
lar  partition  with a barrier   across
his breast, and when everybody     is
leady, the starter  snaps  it.
,   About   Australian    runners,   Duffy
says   they-, are slow to-begin,,    but
when once under way there are    nr'
faster men'in" the world.   -
Of English' runners he says-. ^Let
them once-master quick start, and
there will be no.sprinteis in - the
world who will* have anything on
them. As it is now, there is no
question m my mind, and my victory
away from home .would tend to show
it., ' the ,Yankee short.distance men
are as a class as much superior to
the English as the" English distance
mnners are superior to the American." I
FRENCH FIFE!  VISITS
BRITISH WATERS
Vice Admiral Caillai d and
Fleet Will Spend a Week
in Solent
i i
������  ,,
The Guests of King Edward
and the British
Navy,
Cowes, Tsle of Wight, Aug. 7.���
The Ficncli fleet consisling of 18
battleships, crusiers and torpedo
boat dcstioyeis, under the command
of Vice-Admiral Cai lard, diopped
anchor in the Solent ibis afteinoon
to Island* a week as guests of King
��u(vard and  the British navy.
Heavy      showeis     throughout  the
morning      drenched   the   decorations
ashore and  afloat, and  shrouded  the
great gathering  of  yachts  and  British  wat ships     collected  to welcome
tlie visitors, in, a heavy mist.
A   temporary let-up of  tlie     rain
brought, out the sightseers and thous
amis   lined   the isea'fiont  at   Sou lb
Sea, and  cheeied  Admiral Oaillard's
fleet as it  passed. / Oh Spithead the,
first salutes were' exchanged between
the visitois  and the land, forces.. As
the Fiench vessels tool' up their an-
'choia-ye,     paiallel with   the line of
British warships, all  of which    were
manned and dressed,  filed a royal"Salute in     honor   -of    King Edwaid,
whose stendard was  flying from   the
rovnl yacht Victoria and Ahbeit: Thi
inns; of spectatois ashoie and afloat
gave the heartiest greetings to Ihoir
neighbors from across the channel.
PCAC
NVOVS ARC
' I*
24 HOURS LATE
Squadron Bearing  the  Representatives of Russia
and'Japan Was Delayed by Fog,  the Envoys
Will Arrive Portsmouth To-morrow
RUSSIA MUM PKL PAKE 10  ri@HT ON
Witte is in a Despondent  Frame of Mind and is
Reported to Have Authorised a Russian
Paper to Make This Announcement
/
THE YACHT
- TEMERAIRE
Portsmouth,  N.H.,   Aug.   7 ���T-heie ] fiom   Assistant Secrelaiy   Prirce ad
was gieat disappointment in  the city, Newport,  R.I.,  stating that on
is  used  to  which .is
of.meat, the   whole being allowed to
drag oveulwuird,   and   float  on   top of
ihe. water.    'I'he   bird,   upon   spying
the    meat,      makes      a'dive, shoving
its  beak  through the triangular.  Tho
line  is. immediately  drawn  taut and
the  bird  finds  it impossible  to withdraw   its   brak,   and   prcforce  comes
aboard.    They   are never  seen    this
side'.of   the  cquato-r,   cxplainod      the
captain,   "and   although, they      look
much   like  the common seagull,   they
are  larger,' and   have wings measuring     ten feet from tip to   tip       in
many   instances.    Nature  has  provided   them   with   art  entirely   different
.method   of     folding  up  their  wings
from   all'otlier, birds.    About  three
feet     from    the end  is an  'elbow,'
which  allows  the bird  to  double the
wing back,  the tip pointing straight,
"oyer their heads when not flying."
The   ficrman'icu.s . will  be' in   port
until. Saturday next,; when she leaves
willi  a Cargo  of  0,500  tons  of  coal
for    Sau     Francisco. She  will   also
take on hoard the large 'st-onc quarried   out  of  the  Nanaimo   quarries,
and   weighing  17i   tons,  which
ing shipped  to  San  Francisco      for
SAKHALIN ISLAND CONVICTS
Tokio, Aug. 7.���The disposition of
the convicts on Sakhalin Island is
now under consideration. - They-, will
I" l   t       v fc v    j- '      'f ���**"^-',J"
���pibh'ahlv be' taken to "the-TRiiSsian
,   .-^   . '       ^��-  -      ��� -,���<--.%,>������
'coast, amd "will! 'there" bc"ttatt$fa$,ed
to the Russian authorities. Uhdei
thc present ariiaaipement, the Russian prisoners of war on the Island,
numbering -1,000, ,are being transported to Japan.
The torpcdlo boat destroyer Yayoi
was .successfully launched, a,t 'Yokosa-
Ka today. Her dimensions and armament are similar to the class of
destroyers now in couise of consliue
tion at the na,\"v yards of Japan.
.���.-���    -o��� ���
CHINESK BOYCOTTERS
SEEM   IN   EARNEST.
Yokohama,   Aug.   7.���Thc   Chin >s.i
here have agreed not  to deal in .' m-
erican  goods, not to ship  goods   on
American    .steamris,  and  especially
the Pacific mail   Company's- stcamer
China,   ami    to ./uinish: ,.iny  ' hinc.se
dealing  iii  American  goods  V   ciijih
others.    Also, not  to deal with   American bkivks  aaid insurance .-"iiiian-
Kochcster,      N.Y.,' Aug.   7.���  The
Fife designed thirty-foot yachl  'lem-
eraire, on which the Royal Canadian
Yacht Club,   of Toronto,  pins-    -.its
faith to cairy Canada's  Cup hack to
its  old  place across  the  lake, ai rived   at   Charlotte   last   night    about
S .'!0   o'clock  under   tow  of  Commodore Nichol's steam yacht Tian^tulo.
The  Tranl|inlo and Temeiairc      left
Toronto  on   Saturday  afternoon,  going .uioss   the  lake  to  Fort   Niagara, where they tied up for jthe night.
Sunday   morning   thc  boats   resumed
then  cruise and   aNer  r. stop 'of several hours at Olcott Beach, reached
Chailot'fe, after   nightfall.    In      Uie
rather'   uncertain light it was difficult, to. get  a line on   the  Canadian
racei,'-but  her  shaip   lines 'inspiircd
the ciowd  with  enthusiasm,  and not
a little dread.    She  looks  fast     and
quite the sort of a ciaft to put up i\
good,   stifl  aigumcnt   in   a race    She
seems  to have   less  fiee-board   than-
the Iroquois,  and     more pronounced
tumble home.   She has a bowspirt of
about,the same length  as  the    local
boat,  her how is shaip and gracefully cuived.    Her cabin   trunk is  low
and very #hort-ciirved forward.
today over  delay   in   tho  arrival     of
I he, Russian'  and   Jap��uiese_peafe cn-
vo\s-;  Although'nodce was given  by
Keai   Admiial'Meud, .of   the   Porfs-
mo'iiih  nayy yaid,  promptly  yesteiday,   upon  learning  that   tlie   united
States    squadron  leaiuig   the    "iir,'-
sen-latives-of  Japan  and   Russia had
keen  delayed by fog at Newport, the
fact  tint   it was  Sunday prevented
wide  circulation   of the  news.    (Jon-
se'quen ly' this  section   of  Nje^haven'
'was a it ea'ily  as it  lied' been  pre-
uoi'sly   planned   to be,and by   eight
o'clock every electiic line fiom    the
conntiy   was   blinking   many   sight-
secis,   and    when     the news ol  the
postponement       ihecame      geneially
known there was  not a little      confusion  and  expiessions   of regict ajul
'Jisappointment   were  general        Thc
postponement of Ihe functions  necessitated  Inury  oideis   to   the   tioops
account of the fog last night the Mayflower and Dolphin and the Galveston, \ I heir conveyor, would not arrive until Tuesday morning, and that
the proposed reception should be
postponed 24 houis without ^any
change m, the progiamine already arranged.
Key/ Yoik, Aug. 7 ���According to a
stan conesponrtent of the Ameiicaii
at Voitsmouth, N H., a conespon-
iUnt of a Russian newspaper called
on M. Witte at the St. Regis on
Rrulav night and was received an his
apart "mentis. Baron Rosen was pie-
seut, and M. Witte was in a despondent fiarne of mind. The enrrespon-
dent asked fnrrn opinion as to the
,oi.tlook.    "M.   Witie said
'JI   lal'e.l  v fr.i   an   hour  v. ah   thc
Piesidi.nl.   We had much to,say  to
each   othei. '
"And   what  may   I say as  to     the,
which   were vto  arrhe  here  fiom-all  prosper!," asked  the coiiespniulent
part.^  of the state,   to  remain   away    '"Cable     your"   pnfir  that   Russia:
until tomoirow.   Information was at-   must  piePaic   l<>'continue  the war,"
so    despatched   to  the congressional    replied j\!    Wide.    Baron   Rosen heie
delegation of the state,  the members   niterpWd   "flo you   think  it is well
of   which   have  been   invited   to   par-   that this should be said''"   he asked,
licipate     Dunng   the   forenoon   Gov-      "Ves,"   answeied   the   s nioi   peadi
ernor     McLean   received   a telegram    en\o\.   "It   is U-st   that  it   be,told."
MANSON'S OPINION OF
NEW ORLEANS FEVER
simple.    A small   triangular
attached a piece   ies.   Chinese convicted ��� of  contraven-
A   CANADIAN   IS   STRICKEN
WITH iTEl.LOW FEVER.
Washington,   D.C.,   Aug.   7.���  The
isthmian canal commission  today ie-
cei\e.l      a call} eg ram   from  Governor
Magoon,   leporting  that   A.  G    Livingstone,  a Canadian  empl.o\ee      at
Culehra,  has been  stricken with yellow   fever   and   that  Pamilla Filopo,
an Italian,  (lied  of the disease.   ���
���-���. 0 ��� -
He Says it Can Be Stamped  out
Before W;nter if the People
Will   Help
-Sn Pa tuck
lo the Hnt-
df the
Sn Paliicl
any daiu;ei
gaming
New Yoik, Aug 7.
Sanson, medical ad\isor
ish Colonial     Office, and     o
vithoiitics ut   tiopi-   has been jn New Yoik,
in   N't'iv  Yoik
Saturday,      declaied  yesteid.ij    that
was  asked ii  tliere wa.s \
ol yellow   f. \cr- evei   .
foothold   in   New   Yoik.   "It
foremost  1 ving
eal  leveis, who auivci
thc V.  S.     JVj.irine hospital     t.euiee
mg
fined
this   agreement  will   be  heavily
ROOT & BOND'
HAY TREATY
St.' John, Nlid., Aug, 7.���United
States Secretary of State Root,
who is salmon-fishing on the Avest
coast of New Found land, will arrive here tomorrow to remain a
week before proceeding to Labrador
to view 'the eclipse of .the sun.
It is understood that he will hold
a conference with the colonial ministry respecting the Bond-Hay treaty,
with ' the view of securing ,a compromise .which will prevent the enforcement of the Rait Act, and grant the
colony the advantage of the American fish markets.
The secretary of
Celrt-ration commiblec ')today received   a contribution   to  the  funds  from
.Mr.  J.  Piinsiniiir  in the shape of   a
if. 150 chvck.
GRADE  CROSSING   ACCIDENT   (;
WILL  CAUSE  SEVEN   DEATHS.
Cleveland,   Ohio,.  Aug.   7.���Reports
today   from   various  hospitals
wouid be for even a very slippery enf building purposes,
NEW TORPEDO BOATS
FOR  VENEZUELA,
Genoa,   Italy,   Aug.   7.���The  Vene-
s be- zuelan ��� government has placed an  order here for six torpedo boats . and
one torpedo boat destroyer.
rom   various-hospitals       to
which-'    the   victims  of   last  night's
grade crossing  accident  were taken,
showed   that  only   one death   had occurred,., hut  six  of the  badly   injured.
wiill prollably die.    Aside from those
fatally .hurt  at   least- a score of other  passengers  on   the, street war  re-,
'eeived   more  or less  serious  wounds.
Lillie, tlie gatemaii employed by
the' ���Peninsylvaiiia Company at the
St.- Clair street crossing where the
fast outgoing train struck a street
car, has been placed under arrest,
lie admits that the gates were not
lowered. Lillie is held upon the
charge of manslaughter.
Investigation shows that the trolley wheel left the wire just as the
ca,r reached the Pennsylvania tracks
and before it could be replaced the.
fast train came along and collided
with the oar loaded with 40 passengers. .      .*    '
can stamp out yellow fevci m New
Orleans before ccld- wcafJiei seis in,
that the sanitizing the Panama Canal /.one, from a medical point oi
view, is the gie.ilest piobhm put.
upon a nation' shouldeis in this age
'''hat. Col. W. E. Gorges, U. 8. A.,
who is in charge), of the medical forces in the Isthmus is the best man
in the world for the position, and file Dominion: Day\Jn;vi|y N-ew. York, is in practically no
danger sij far as yellow fe\er is concerned. Yellow fever in New Oilcans was llie topic of oonveisation
hy  Sir Patrick. "Success depends
lirely upon the honesty and intelligence of the people of that city. If
the population is honest and will report 1o the government forces who
I ave now assumed charge the existence of all new or. suspected cases,
.concealing up thing whatever, the d s-
.ea.se.will be stamped out.",
gas ind he is the man ,L;i polve the
prablem. He banished it from lla-
vaniia. an<l he is the best equipped
man in the world to tight it on the
Isthmus. However, if must he remembered that it is not the health
conditions on the spot, hut' the i
health of the world,' particularly of j
Asia, that must I e protected. W'lu-n '
the Panama canal is ('n.'s!-.ed it -will,
change the eurvent to a. e.i't'at ex- j
tent, o-f the commerce of thc world, j
Here lies the daivger InAsiatic conn j
tries. At present yellow fc\'er is
unknown on thai continent ami unless tlie Panama ivuu! /one is dean
and hcalPhy, when vt-li.it great waterway i-.i- open to eo;nmerce Ih^re will
exist a danger of fever being transported to  that continent."
hut at the
picsent time New Yo.k, with its intelligent and sympathetic population
is ui  no flangei," he lepiicd.
Sir Pal lick here gave a talk on
th.' mosquito, both the yellow and
malaria fever species iieing the enuii-
ciator of the theory that the mosquito is tlie host of malanal paiasite,
.ill I then active agent in the discussion ol Lil 'Ii eas-' "Dun I m.iL .lie
mistake," said   Sir   Patrick,   "<>f Li,i.v-
The    ahsoluie     truth of the state-    ,
ment is without question, the Amer-"
iean aveis,  and  it not only expresses the-    view oi M. Witte, but accu-    '
rarely piesents the opinion of Baron
Rosen.
. The' Russian coriespowlent's  paper
is   published  in  St.   Petersburg,   and
he enjoys close relations with Witte
and   Rosen.    The  correspondent has'
already   cabled  the   message   to   his
paper,  though he refrained from men
liomng the name of the high official,^
from   whom     he seemed the state-
men I. -
Boston,  Mass.,   Aug.  7.���M.   Witte,
the senioi Ri's.ian  plenipotentiary to
the peaca confeience  at Portsmo-ith",-
who   left   thc    cruiser  Mayflower  at
NewpoLl   yesteiday,  was still  at  his
apai tments. at Ibe Hotel-Totvraine in
this  city  today.    The  hour  ol    his
departure for     Newt Ilamp-5 die has
not yet   been   decided   upon.'   In.ring
,brea.;f.ist  the   distinguished  Russian
and  his   associale Air.  Wilenkin,    de-*
cided -to   take  an   automobile     ride
about  the countiy.'   After-breakfast..
i\lr.  Wilenkin stated that as the delay io the squ'a,dion hearing the o^h-^
er      plenipotentiaries   ' wrould    defer
their  lcaching  Portsmouth'probably'
until Tuesday, Al. Witte Jiad decided
to sieze the .oppoi tunity oho red by a
day's  postponement  of   the    conference    to     see   more  of   the   Historic
points of Boston  and  C.unbiidgc.  lie   ,�����
was   pai tn.ulaily   anxious,   Alt.   Wil-
eiikin said, to visit Iluv\,ud Ijniver-
sitv  and Bunker Hill muniiiTieriu.
Newport,   R.c ,   Aug.  7.���The 'Dolphin and  Mayflower,  beainig the Rus
siau  and   Japanese envoys to  Portsmouth   N.ll ,   sailed   fiom  this  harbor   at  eight   a m.   with   the  exception of Al. Witte, who left for'   Boston   by  special tiain-lasj, nigb.t,   the.
members  of- thV'RusR^an'^Sid.jOapaii-_^,'_l;.
cse  pai tie's 'wi i ir .Viai ^"W^-d^l'Ilvji-" fes^ ^
pcctive vessels-.    'Ihe fo^,""which hung    ''v
heavy   oveL   Loud   Island  Sound  yesterday, and which made it necessary
to     stop  a!   this  i>oi t,   was binned
jawiiy   by   the sim   this  moiiiing,    and
j thc  mnditions   weie  ideal  fio     con-
! iiiiuimr   the  Miyage  ti  Poi tsmouth.
~.   ^SU.  n
FOR EASTERN
CHAMPIONSHIP
Boston, Alass } Aug. 7.���Neaily 100
of ihe best tennis players in the
i, st v,,u- mi tin- entiy lists foi tlwi
singles   ���.'events'   at   the   Ifith   annual
ing to'me the credit of being-'ihe IcurnanK-iit of the Longwood Crick-
discoverer of the mo-v-'ilo Ilicory of- ri club which started today- The
yellow fever. That honor belcnys players who arrived early found the
tu an American. I am the prop-nun- courts in tine shape despite the heavy
tier of the mosquito theory of ma I- fog' of the night. The weather was
aiia and lilariasis, tl>2. latter is a 1 delightful. This season for the first
group of fevers caused by parasites ' time the event iu singhs was ou a
in the blood. I have visited many (championship basis, the best three
tropical countries and spent many out of Vive advantage sets counting..
years in southern climates, and 1 The eastern championship in doubles
want to'say-that the discovery ot will. bo. started on Wednesday and the
the mosqi'tiiIt) "theory of yellow fever. winners will meet at Newport; week
was a magnificent piece of work, and after next, Uic winners of the west-
it" your  people   will  ha\'e faith   in   it em doubles playing at Chicago.
and act on it there van be no reason
to fear yellow  fever." "-���''.
Before cold weather sets in? Sir
Patrick was asked. "..Certainly,'why
not?''  he. replied.
"On      the other   hand,"  continued
Sir   Patrick,   "if some   of the  people
of New Orleans arc not   honest,   a.iul
conceal the    existence of new cases,
tin'  fever  may go on indefinitely. Tt
ce.nee.'ilme-nt,   of   the  existence   of'      a
silicic   case of   yellow   fever   is       a-
cri'iue,   and   should   he   treated        as
such.
Ahoiil   the  problem  that Col.  Gor-
gas,a.nd his staff are trying to solve.
| in the Panama canal zone,  that's the
! biggest   medical  problem  of   this age.
ciiitinued Sir  Patrick.    "Down  there
it      is the health, and  not  the engineering  problem  that presents     the
I great est     difficulty.     However,   the .
situation is in charge  of Col.  Gor-
A     meeting  of the  local  football
club will  take place in  the Checker
Club   rooms  tonight.    All   the.   members  are   requested   to  bo present aa
the business to be transacted is very
important.    Amongst  the business to '
be   brought  up   is   Ihe  trip  to Pott-
land, and arrangements for a concert
to   be given   during   this   month-  will
be   made.    Final   arrangements      for
the  moonlight excursion are also to
be made tonight.    The baskctballers
intend erecting  the  nets  on  the Pa-
vilicih grounds in the course of a few
days, and   they will  indulge in  regu-"
lar practice in order.to get into con
dition' for  their   trip   l..  Portland  in
the fall.     There will  ' o. a Ltecting ot
the. basketball club at the conclusion
of the football meeting tonight. I  ,   J  -.Me*  **"���������*���������     rtfta-u^ ������w ^������w������ i-%j^h^*c  DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY  Published   every  day except Sunday.  BY  THE   DAILY   LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,   Ladysmith and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  10 cents  a month;    $5 per year   in  advance.     Advertising rates on ap.  plication.  i ���������v*^j6t.^%vcs>:^^cv^vv^:-'C^  MONDAY,  AUGUST 7,   1905.  ELECTRIC LIGHTS  Seattle's Great  Papers  rns  DULY  SUNDAY  TWICE A. WEEK  ii  P.-l."  THE     &  POST-  INTELLIGENCER  Sanpte Copies Free  Write for One  A suggestion      wUs. made in this pa-  jifci   S.itiird.tj   lhat    neighbors shou.d  talk   (lie su'<jcc(   owr  with   neighbois  and  see if   piacncally   unanimous cr.n-  ifliisioiis   cannot   be   lcached   It   im,c  he agicod  by  all   that street light  .     ^^^/^^^^^^^  .some k'ud   should      be  installed   ih:s',: ! :   i  ui 11     Theie      is  now  none  toomihhof com si?  lime left tu  D.\!ly .'ost-istolli&eiMpsr, 12 t������.2������ TVAz & %  Publishes    th*    fullest    telegraphic. ������'  *7\ f  sews from nil parts of the wcrid-i f  ( J (. All the stats and local news.    Pall; . ������  and Sunday edition, 75o pe* month.  Sunday PesMBieUigeacer, 49 U 58 P������|ee  The largest and moat complete Bab  * 0 day paper north ot Ban Francisco  \ ������ Special departments of literature,  ^        of fashion, ef women's news.    Son*  day edition, ftS.OO psr year.  Twice a Week Poet-fiteHufcacer  _ All the new* of the week la etmciae,  detailed    form.-    THB-TWIOS A  -   .    WESK   EDITION   IS   THE   B2K  V I    TWICE   A  VT2&X   PAJPEB   PUB-  ��������� ���������    LISHED 01* THH VACBVXO COAST.  Write for' sample oopj sad ks Sam*  ���������inced.    ���������usseriptlon prism, f UM  per year. -,,  AU PostmMtere WU fait ffallii ������l1m  POST-IrTTEUJtENCIIt Of.. S������t������B. WmIv  8. *. WMTON, BueUees  ������  ii was umlerstood by Mr. (    peat p088GSse8  woudel.(ui'antiseptic  malve ariaiigements for   Dcniiih   thai      any  such  auangenieut    aud preservative qualities owing to the  installing a plant and at ranging for  liglit sriMC1 this wiitlei. It is the  getieial Helief that a plant can be installed at such a co������:l that the e.v-  pi use of pulling. lights in dwelling  houses will not he gie.it, in1 fact that  Ihe eosl of Heeliic light would i.e  veiy hide more Than coal oil. Thc  imperative demaind, howe\er, is for  strcet lighting and undoubtedly the  "eleolne is the only light foi such  sei \ ice    .  ���������\Ii. Dc.mis, the C. P. R. I and  Comniissir'iiiei, staled to thc Ledgci  'last week, as published Piidav, that  his Company will do their best  to advance the interests -ol the ci-  tv, an 1 in reply to the question if !  the C P. R. would help to finance,  the bonds in case the people saw lit  to vole to laise money for the system, answered that ihe company  would .find   purchasers  niiisai U on"a business basis We bc-  lie\e the people will emloise the pi of  posit oi lo put in-an elect lie light  sjstim, and lhat they would vote  a lo<-.i! iiiipi o\cii.ciit h\-law. It is  time son filling of tin-. Kind weie  done- A low n mic-t go foi wanl oi  bacUwanl. Tin. re is no middle  ionise. It is time to wal.c up and  to ar^ai^e for planing poks ou  st recti cc.inei.s for lights. Let us  not go b.irkuaid, nor icnipl late by  too long delays. We can get in a  sj.slem of electric lights  means let  presence of tannin, lion uud other substances in It. Here is an instance: At  the time of the covenanters, in 10S5,  three men were shot at u place culled  Crossgelloch on tlie moors above Old  Cumnock, In Scotland. Iu 1823, when  a monument was being erected to their  memory, the workmen cunie upon the  corpses rolled in their plaids. The bodies were in exactly the same state as  when they were buried. The moss had  preserved them as If they bad been embalmed.  ISN'T THAT SWELL?  Our customers  arc always  pleased  wi.th      thc   wall  and ceiling  napeis  they  have  selected   from   our  charmingly varied  slock,   as  well as  with  thc skillful way our  workmen   bang  it.    General approbation is  given our  interior  decorations.  May   we  make  up nn estimale for you?  LADYSMITH AERIE     MO. ������������������, F.  O. E.     :���������:        :���������:        :���������:    \ :~i  Meets in the Opera House ls^ and  did Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President, B   Forcimmer,     Worthy  Secretary, C. H. Bumming*.  DAY SCHOOL.  Uaual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in' pencil and crayons, paint ng in.oils aad..water osiers, pianoforte andrvocal lessoss given in classes er individually. .  ,     MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith, B.C.  ladysmith Wallpaper 'Depot  HARRY  KAY  FIRST AVENUE  Artificial   Flower*.  It was in Italy that a demand for artificial flowers first arose. This'was due  primarily to a caprice of fashion which  Bv all    demanded that during festivals blossoms In nnd out of their seasons should  u.s em'1-iiace-thc oppoi lun- . be W0Pn and also to the fact that their  ity and progicss.  !Ti  DESIGNS        i  lUiOe-NtAHKS    <  AND COPYRIGHTS  OBTAINED  \^   Ana E  &.BB 1 %ff       OBTAINED  (rtOVlCE AS TO PflTCNTABiLJTY JCSSCE"  V N'otirein "Inventus Age"      PlflrBB19 B7*  r hook "lIow tuclilain Patents" M   I BSBBSt  r 1SOOX.    1  ; Ckarqci  modentie. No foe till patent is (secured.  T        L.'tlora stnKly coiHiJential.   A'ldroes,  foi   the bonds-  t^G.^fciOCEHa^fMte^e ^-^^ii^fil'I^^^j!:S  Newly fitted up aud  Furnished  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  ANGELO TATE,PROP.  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  color and freshness were stable., Later  on, in the middle ages, the artificial so  far superseded the natural that both  men and women decked their beads  with imitation dowers of cambric, paper, glass and metal. Tbe best artificial  dowers are now made In Paris. >  How to  Suecee*.  Believe in yourself, believe in humanity, believe in the success of your undertakings. Fear nothing and no one.  Love your work. Work, hope, trust.  Keep iu touch with today. Teach yourself to be practical and up to date and  sensible.  You cannot fail.  All She Wauted.  "Do you think, youug man, .that you  could give ruy daughter, all she asks  "for?" questioned papa grimly!  "I���������aw���������think so, sir,"*murmured the  lover bashfully.   "She says she wants , La lysmltli, B.C  only me." |  Under New Managment  Hotfel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnoll &Wtfodbank;  Proprietors.  Modem and     Stiictly First OlaSB.  Commercial Mens' headquarters.    '   .  l'i re Proof-   Building.  Canadian Pacific  Railway  . ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������* , ���������  I " i r~  i  ATLANTIC STEAMTHIPTICKETS  Tickets on Sale To and From all European Points  AT LOWEST RATES      - -  \  s ������������������   - '    '    '^ '     ALL LINES   REPRESENTED. ^  ','-.". " J  -��������� For Sailisg Dates, Rates and-full information,- ' .'  ���������        ���������      " - '      " . -��������� GEO. L. COURTNEY. ! '  86 Govt.'Street, Victoria B.C. Dist. Freight &. Pass.,'Agt.  HOTEL DOMINION!  ���������Rates $1.25 aiid$l.n0��������� I  Free bus to all, steamboat landings and  railway depots. Electric care every (i v<  minutes to all parts of the city. Ba>  and table unexcelled.  <S>^'8^"#^.������'^i#^.������Sv?K5S"^.'S^5-.5������-^."*W.5S *iirP>\^Ki������9J*cK^P>&������i-^&Pi&+fi&to  , -         *  %  THE JONES HOTEt  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  One Dollar Per Day.  Gorier Table, Good Bed and Good Bat  (Hall Block from D*pot.)  GA'fACRE  STREET-"   Ladysoiitb.  ...Healers In  Pianos and  Organs ..  YUEN  Merchant Tailor  The -comfortable way  EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD IN  TRAVEL IS YOURS IP '.  YOU USE,THE  \  Overlands  Daily  1  Wood and Bark for Sale  BUGGIES  FOR HIRE ,-.���������������������������:  :��������� "See.T. KEMP,  or leave ordeis      at  BLAIR &  ADAM  FIRST  AVENUE  ���������PHONE  2-1.  Ladsymith  *%       W  B. C  THG CITY MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  rst. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  saaEaaSSrSS5^3S3333S3J^^ffiE&ia������ -Jg������SS������5i������  ssaacsasES&Bgassaeasaj i  ublie Notice  Attention is called to the      fact  that the  1 Ogilvie Flour Hills Co.,   Limited,  makers  of   ROYAL TTOUSKnOU)    FLOUR      have Tor some time  past heen pioduciiig fiom  in a   vastly   imuiovcd  and  puiifiefl  fmin  hy  the aid  of fiLECTRiCirv  and  having secured control of   all the hasic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the  public   that,  any unauthorized  users of  the electrical    flour  purifying processes   will  he prosecuted, (j  Ogilvi������ Flour Mills Company Limited  re tlie  only    mi Her e in Canada whoso   Fiom' L������  itflS^^s^isa  purified by the olee<-i*io pi'ocess  This   Hotel   has    been   completely      Board and lodging $1.m   per  day.  renovated.  HOTEL.    PRETORIA  Bar  Supplied  with  the   Best    Wines,  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Liquors and  Cigars. 1st Avenue :-: :-:���������:-: Ladysmith B.C.  Any  Kind  of  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  WELL  ���������    At.  THE  HILBERT  I HtNKY'S NllRSfRIES  NEW CROP-  Hoiuo Grown 8c Imported  GARDEN,     FIELD     and' FLOWER  Passengers can leave Victoria" daily  at G.l.ri p.m., or-ft p.m., where close  connections is made to all points  East. ���������   -  "Famous Flyer" leaves Seattle 8 a.m  "Fast Mail'' leaves-Seattle-... 8 p.m.  2   NIGHTS TO ST. PAUL.  3 n<ghls to Chicago.  1   NIGHTS TO NEW  YORK.  SHORTEST ROUTE TO ALL KOO  TEN AY POINTS.   ' _  ACROSS    THE    MOUNTAINS    IN  DAYLIGHT.  on or address  S. G. YERKES,     E: R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 7B Govctnment st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, B.C.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, UOI l> AND  SILVER ORES..  f '  Saielting Works at  LADYSMITH, B.C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ky. or the Sea  THOS. KIDDIE.  i CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  1       _ 6tniral Manager, Smeller Manager, |  9������>^t^UM^������SU^^P>^������)l������^^^^^^P'.^^^^  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY,D(������^  "; Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  LADVSMITH -SHAVING  PAIflORS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Beat in the City .������������������:���������J',  RATHS $3.00 PBR DAY  8A.MPI,e ROOMS  BA.R SUPI'WED WITH BB3t.  ,WIHliS, UQUORS, CIGARS.  HOTEL  .\ -Beataccomodation in town.   Splendid huntiug and fiehing'in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIK, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C  ���������'��������� ������������������'      ������������������        ��������� iii p 'm   ^���������  ���������       ��������� i     -    ,   .i .  e. Farmeri  Office  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  Then be Bure your tickets read   via  the  HOTEL LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Granville and Hastings  streets   Telephone, 1-4.  Geo. Roberts     <X  Prop  1st   Avenue  The only line now 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  TIME.  BETWEEN    -  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,     KANSAS CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  ask your  local agent or write,  F.  W. PARECER  G-euer-al   -fgent,  ri% 2nd Ave., Seattle^  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor;  Government     and   Yates Sts.,  Victoria, B.C-   ^  trains  Trans continental  Trains Daily  '^���������m9X������X^9^X������k������X^X������X������X������X*X������M������X������X9X������X������X9X^X9  LIVERY, BOARDING AND   ""  SALES STABLES  \;   EXPRESS WORK  A SPECIALTY. "  DAVID JOHNSON  X  X  Jf  .  XPHONE 66  LADYSMITH J  WM. MUNSIE, President J. W.  C0BURN, Man.  Director  Telephone;4G.    -  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-Shlngles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of thc Best Quality.  Seasoned  and  Kiln Dried Flooring     and Finishing    LnmWc la   Stock*  3  5  One of which  Is  the famous  "North  Coast Limited,"'  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  'sleepers on all   trains.  Through tickets  issued to all  points  East     and  South,  also  Pullman   tickets  issued  nnd  berths reserved.  Excursion rates now in effect  to Portland Fair. Round trip  rate $11. Only directline to  Yellowstone Park.  Steamship tickets on sale to^' all-  Europeun points. Yery low rates  now in eh"eet. Cabin accommodation  reserved  liy wire.  For     iiirthsr    particulars    call or  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen*l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under     3 cents '"^    J  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents A \  "    $10       "   :..-.."-.:'    $30...... .lii cents  ,'-.*������������������   $30.'   ��������� :'*. ���������'''"'���������''.''-.      $50... ...15 cents ;''.V.-':  These Orders are Payable at Par al any ofiice in C   luuia of a Ctuartered.Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal-hanking' points   il thb United States.  HtOOTUM.K AT A FIXED RATI! A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMEKC ���������, LONDON, KNG.  Tliey form an excellent .method of remittin   small sums of monef  Willi sufety and at small   ;ost.  LADV.c-vjth BRANCH  W.   A.  CORNWALL.  Mamager,  BOOTS  AND SHOES  AT RIGHT-  PRICES.  Repairing and making to order   a  ipeciAlity.  THOilAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  write the ollice.  A. D" CARLTON,  A.G.P.A..   N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  Phone Wu.in '156.  C. E. LANG  General Agent  Victoria, B.C  Best accommodation for  transient  ind permanent hoarders and lodgers.  f^RAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has heen comfort-'  a'dy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d.*te.    Rates  $1.00  a day    and    up-  w\rda.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.,  EpllftjiMto i������i '"< :���������������: *������*���������" LAdysmita  LADYStVUTH IHKBRY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE, v  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED  AND FRESH,  Confectionary of alLkin'ds.  Orders taken for Pastries to b< delivered at auy time.  Employment Agency,  HAY, GRAIN AND  PRODUCT  Orders will be-delivered--anywhere  in the city promptly and at thts low������  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, on tke  Esplan&dt,  ' ' -       JAS,, HABNOeeV     i;,'.^ VW. *- A<?t r\   <b ii-aj.  iMlliirit*^* n  DAILY"LEI>GER  fi  ll  i  I  Plant, Specifications and Detail* furnishes! tor all kinds  of work in the CARPENTER  Line  C. B. ROBELEE, Carpenter  and Joiner, 2nd, ave, Ladysmith, B. C.  AND  NOTICE.  Persona - found using our Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this aotice,  will be prosecuted.  RUMMINQ BROS.  Pioneer' Soda Water Works.  ���������   * . -   Ladysmith. B.C.  SPORT  Xr  -*~  -7K-  -X-&-  sbated j  The Crofton Baseball Team did not  turn up yesterday and consequently  there was      no match. The boys  spent the afternoon in practice and  showed thcmselses to be in fairly  good'form. Quite a laige number of  people assembled ou the gropuds to  witness the match 'and they weie  greatly disappointed.  ���������a���������  coi ding  to   the     auangcnicnts  uhoNC.  Tiie"belittvi6r-:'ot'tne--Ci-'P.' CY is,--to  say the least, very discount ecus, and  it is to be ho|ied that if they have  not the pluck to take up. thechai-  lenge they > will at least forwaid  a cheque for the amount due Ihe La-  dvsuiitli club.  Its   Great   Resources  ii  GALED0MAN"  No part ot British Columbia1*today offers so many advaatagas to the  investor as do<* VANCOUVER 1SL AND. -r  'its vast and. varied natural wealth has never Keen as yet thoroughly  appreciated by reason of the fact that it'has never been promiently laid  Leads Them    All  Iff QUALITY  R, P. RITHET,  before the public.  COAL ,   . ,  TIMBER  FISH  GAME  GOLD     '������  SILVER  -IRON  COPPER  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coas  VICTORIA. :~: :���������  The members of tbe iootball (Tub  are complaining of the treatment,  they have received at the hands of  the Comherland men, and it would  seem that they have just reason to  feel dsgusleil at the behavior of the  sports of that city.  Accoiding     to the     complaint that  h'dS     icached this olhcc, the "Cumbei-  land C1u1j|     have     ignoied allogeilicr  the  lettei      sent by the sccietary ,ot  the local     oiganr/alioiu    iilleiing   to  play  another mateh  on neutral ground.     It     wits arranged     previous lo  llie  last  game at Cumberland,   lhat,  should     the match result in a draw,  the pn/.e should     be divided between  the two  teams if another game aotild  not be .arianged.     it will be leiucm-  hered that the game was drawn, and  now  the  Ciimiborland men, not only,  treat with contempt the challen^ sent  by the Ladysmith club, but oven fail  to forward     to the local players half  of the    pir/e,, which thc latter mentioned    men assert     is due them ac-  Agency.  :���������: .-: :-B.C.;  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Its land, when properly cleared,  soil' known to man,  WHEAT  will" grow almost any product ot the  r. .      ? V\   ![,..���������  VEGETABLES  OATS  RYE  OP  ALL   KINI)S  APPLES.  PRUNES  PEARS  FRUITS    AND   "BERRIES.  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL  -      The Canadian Pacific Company will  adopt  a literal   land  policy,   and  thv     1,500,000 acres coutiolled     by     them will be. disposed of on reason-  ble terms to actual settleis  Government lands can 1* secured���������-and     money can be made by those  who desire anew home in a country   possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi   th, will   supply  any   information   oh  tamable  to  those  who contemplate   a<visit with a view of investment  conditions are found as advised.  if  Is  the centre of the great coal mining    district;     a beautiful Harbor,  ���������There hundreds of great colliers come  in  each year.  LADYSMITH  IT IS THE JUNCTION OF THE     LINE    FROM    VICTORIA TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to   grow in importance as the Island is  developed.  ������������������ -o-  Subscribe for and read THE  DA ILY 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 or  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS  -ON DOMINION. LANDS IN-.MAN-  ITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands niay be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coaI and $20  tor' anthracite.. Not(- more than. 320  acres can be acquhed by one individr  ual or company. Royalty at tbe rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gross output.  , Quartz���������Persons of eighteen , years  and ~over and joint stock companies,  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free nA..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,accord ing to capital.  A  free     miner,  having discoveied  mineral' in place,, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  same with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end   ou  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen    days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, ouq  additional  day allowed  for every additional ten miles 01   fraction.   The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  tbe 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, purchase the laud  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may  he granted by the  Minister   of      the Inlet iol   to   Ior ate  claims containing uon and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 100 acres.  .Ihe     patent for a mining location  shall \ProMde for the payment   of   a  Royalty of 2J  per cent,  of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer  mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fecSfi, renewable yearly. Ou the North Saskat  *;bewau River claims are either bar  or  bench,   the former' being 100   feci  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The  latter  includes  bar diggings, but. extends back to thc  base of the hi IL. or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 feet. Where^steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territr#y���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable iu  the discretion of the Minister  of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of tlie 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  live miles,  but where a person  or  company   has  obtained more than one lease       one  Lr.  diedge for each fifteen miles or fraction  is sufficient.   Rental, $10     per  nnum for each mile ol river leased  Royalty at tlie rate of 21 per cent  collected on the output after it ex  ceeds $10,000. ' c  Diedging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases ot live miles each may. b*  granted to a free miner for'a term' ot  twenty yeais, also renewable.  The P>ssec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the rivet  below low water mark, tbat boundary to he fixed by its position on thc  Istday of August iu tbe year of thr  the "date of the lease.  Tbe lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within  two yeais fiom-tin  Idate of ihe lease, and one dredge lot  each five miles within six years fiom  6iich date. Rental,' $100 per mile foi  first year and''- $10 per mile to.  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory���������Creek, '   gulch,    rivcr^and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet'    in  eugth, ureastned on the base line 01  geneial direction of the creek or gulch  lire width being fiom 1,000 to 2,000  feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet se.uaie.  Claims aie marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Iiecoider's office. One exlia day allowed for each  additional  ten miles or fraction.'  The person or company stating e  claim must bald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the paity consists ol  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no loyally shall be  chargen, the rest of the paity ordinary  claims  only.  Entiy fee, $10.   Royalty at ljie rate  of two and one-half per cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped fiom     the  Yukon Terri tory to he paid tfc  , tbe  'omptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  I more than one mining claim      ou  each separate river,  cieek or gulch,  but the same  miner may  hold     any  imiubei  of claims by purchase,     and  fiee mmcis may work their claims in  paitneiship by  filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00     A claim  may    be  abandoned  and  another obtained     on  tlie same cieek, gulch or iher by giv-  ng notice and  paying a fee.  Woik must be done on a claim each  yeai to the Value of at least $200.  A certificate that work lias been  done must be obtained each year; if  not, the claim AaU be deemed to be  abandoned, and open to occupation  and entry by a Tree miner.  The boundaries of a claim may he  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 tke Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and -the .Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of -19!f0 acres for such period as he may decide,  the length of width shall not cxceei  three times the breadth.  Should thc prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 610 acres, including tho  oil well will he sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre ar."  the' remainder of the tract reserve 1.  namely, 1,280 acres will be soil  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may he specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.   A.   SMART.  Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.  Pesartmcait of the Interior, ���������    ,.  TAPPED FARC BANK  Saratoga, Nl Y., Aug. 4.���������When  Swede fete Jorgenson, the biothei  of Swede Sam, ol th F. Aug. llein/.e  group, of Butte, Montf, miners, and  many tunes a luillioiiaiie, pushed  back his chair rom the fai o table  in a newly opened and pretentious  club heie at fho o'clock yestdday  morning, yawning and sleepily eii'.|>iii-  nig what tune it was, theie was 111  chefjues before lum anui uiaikeis on  the cheque lack, J.,11,000 , lu^ winnings at an all-buglit sitting at the  bank.  Swede Pete went out of Butte 111  the Klondike nisli with the backing  of the llein/.e ciuwd and l:..s Vien in  Alaska almost constantly   sincei  The moment lie .stepped into the  gambling club, one ol the piopnclois,  who had liu*d in Butte, welcome!  him     cordially. I'etc sat down to  amuse     himsell  foi .1   tune and  flittered away$J'5U0 in cash.  '���������'Am-I good for $ti()U7" lie asked  llie pioprietur.  "Any     amount,  " was  (hc jusuci,  and Pete began     to play in earnest.  At     twelpc     o'clock hc was about  At    twelve.-   o'clock lie   was about,  and he'   won and  lost    until he was  about even just befoie daylight.  "Lilt the nmit������" he inclined.  '   "Sure."  Then Pete leaned over the ayout  and planted cheats like a fannci  swing wheat, amU 111 iluec deals ho  had won-$.31,000. This is the largest  individual winning agaunst the bank  since the lid was lifted.  Union  Iriwisis Co  NANAIMO,   B.C.  Hanufecturers of the  f In [British Columbia j  f    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed Brewed  j     from the   Best Canadian  Malt Run   Hops       'a  Miners' Drilling lachines,  Made to order and Repaired at shorn  notice.    Diill  Sharpened  by u.s *1  ways gives  satisfaction.   Picks  baud! i d and repaired.  Sliipismithing    in  a J1     its    ^BranVie  Horr.eshoers and Genera! Blacksmiths.  David   Murray  13Uller Street   -   -   -   - Ladysmith, b  C  a  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT  is  wheie  the slaughtering     '���������  done locally?   We aie'not depending  on    what the Wholesalers send us,  and     can    GUARANTEE   EVERY-THING to be PRESII AND CLEAN  PAN NELL  &    PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK, OAT,.cRc  fe'/ivfc-T  LADYSMI? M  - DANGERS OF SUBMARINES  The causes of accidents to subma-  111c boats was the subject chosen by  Captain R. H. Bacon/R, N., naval  assistant to thef'First 'Sea Loid, for  ins addicss beu,re the' Institution of  aNa\al Architects, at the Royal United Service Institution, S.-W,  No "boat, declared Capta.n Bacon  could bo satei at sea tiuu a -subma-  nrie, since-it was' tight as a bottle,  But it was necessary lo accentuate  the'fact that every boat was design.  ed to fight. Theie would be no difficulty in .designing a mere submai iuc  boat with a maximum of safety del  vices, but,-with the mmimuui of fighting efficiency.  Bioadly.     speaking    there are two  classes of    accidents that could hap-  ueivvtoa'   'subfmari'nc boatf     First,  the. admission'of', ���������watei  into the 111-  tenor,  and"1 sccbiftUy,  an  c\plosion  Of the four   'serious accidents wheie-  ���������by boats,     have foundeied in the last  lew years all had been due  to water  eiiteung the hatch.  , The fact of the  natch being the main source ot weakness  was \eiy suggestive,   and  most  icassunng as     legaids the safety  of  the boats, since     with  thc piaclical  elimination     of this souice of danger  tlie    main cause " of accidents up   to  the present"   will he obuatod.     The  best  method     would seem     to be  to  hingci     Ihe  hatch     so as     lo open  alhwartsii ps,  so  lhat   with   head\va\  on ibe boat no djicet [ ressuie-to open 01 close it  s eveikd by   the  \\a-  lei.but  should      the   fowei   submerge  (he lalcial inrush would uudoubt-cdK  shut if. ���������  x LADVSMITH TRANSFER CO. x  PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  Staliles in the rear of the Lad ysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  , 1  I  wilu<\vi3 *m >   / \ ; v: r  *3BSEI������3i^.-:^'*GS!^2ZZ������SS3  ?2g������������@������32������S3&:SS  ENGLISH  OAK WARE  JJ_  These silver mounted English oak goods are  rich in appearance, substantial in character and  give exceliant service.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH  WF.ST MINING   REGULATIONS*.  Coal���������Coal  lands   may  be   pin chased at $10 per acie for soft coal   and  f.20  lot   anthracite.   Noi   moie  than  320 acres can bo oeqiiiied by one individual 01 company.   Royalty at the  rate    of ten cents per  Ion  of 2,0n0  pounds    shall      be 'collected  -on   the  gioss  output.  Quail/���������A lice iniiioi's cei tiiaate iT  gianted   upon  payment   in ad vain.������ of  $7..10   per   annum   for   au   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  1,5110 x  1,500  feet.    The fee   for   recording a claim   is  $f).(H)  At least, $100 must, be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the  mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $f>00 lias been expended or paid, ihe  locator may, upon having a survey  made, and upon complying with other requirements, purchase the <land at  $1 an acre.  The patent provides for the payment of a royalty of 2A per cent on  the sales.  PLACER mining claims generally  are 100 feel 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 descretion of the Minister of the Interior.  The-lessee- shall'have a dredge in  operation wiIli-iii one season from ihc  date".'of the lease for each live miles.  Rental, $10 per annum fm- each mile  of river teased. Royalty at the rate  of :li per cent collected on the output after it exceeds $.10,000.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of  the  Interior.  Oak Salad Bowls, hcsL Quality, siher  v.ilh servers, like cut,  Oak Butter Dishes with loose linings  plated mounts, complete  $7." i>o each  ������?.'��������� :nul U..-70 each  Oa~k"  Oal  'Biscuit Jars, Thi.ee Styles$3.50.-E.5<> KllO 5.00   each  le - Liquor Frames, with IlBolUes  g.8.50 and $12 each  VSCTORIVB.C  lffiP������MMpariin iMfimnifiiinr rr~rm ;���������  PAlNflXa,  PV.P3  ETC.  I V M i 1  II. O. MILES  iigiu  Work  done  properly  and  at  prices.     Show  and   residence  in  rear  of  Ladysmith  Hotel.  J.  E.  SMITH,  Prop.  Senator Stee.e.���������I want -jr.O.OOO for  Ihal job.  Railway     Magnate���������You won't gel;  the  tenth  part of     it.   Senators arc  g,Jug to     jail now for $2,OWL   This  is   a     hear     market  for senators.P  Pittsburg Post.  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING  of   all  kinds  prompts  attended to.    Shop on Oataere    n.  Ifli  ?\  Aim  Solicitor,  Ete.  ay  to  S'nu'th (reading paper)���������What fools  .some men do make of themselves.'  Mrs. Smith���������Now' Clarence, what  have you been doing this time?���������Chicago News.  st. Avenue  Loan  LADYS.Yfir  Ladysmith Temp'e No. 5 R&thboi^  Sisters.meets in the Oddfellow's ha)?  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p. m<  Mrs.  Kate Tate, secretary.  Meatniarket  . LADYSMITH B. C. /  V  V-  -.-    1  x  "  *J  fHB)    DAILY   LEDGER-  sf /��������� c -f������Cr   _  I������  /  LOCAL ITEMS  TO RENT���������Seven Room flous?,  modem conveniences Thud Avenue  Thiee minutes walk from V. 0. Apply li.  , this oiice.  Gus Picrsou, of Chemainus,  was in  the city ycsleiday foi   a few bonis.  1\I)-. ,J. Lucici came Unci:  naimo this morning.  from Na  if.     IT.     Mills     returned  on  mom Mi; ftani fiom Nanaimo.  tlie  Aliss L Ingham was among those  who i el Mined " on the morning tuun  from Nanaimo.  Wis. H. Couller wenl 1o Vancouvei on (he Tinnsfer ycsleidnv to  spend a vacation.  Mr.  It.   lhvden,  chief  mechanic  of  Ihe      Wellington   Collieiy Compauv,  anivcil   Hi   town   on  today.  DUNCANS  TOWNS1TE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. 1.  llie noon   I lain  A!ii- Dave Kv.ins and Miss May  fiilmoui leLume-d Ih.s momma, to  Iheir home in Kockville Col , a tier  spending a holiday   in   Ladysmith  A small .area has been laid off  at  in towii lots which are no w offered  LOW   PRICES   AN   D ON  EASY TERMS.  The  future  ot'(he  Cowichan      Distiict   and   Vancouver   Island  will   exceed   expectations   and   tins  i������  a good dunce  profitable*   investment.  a safe and  SEE PLANS AND PRICES  A&cnts, J. STEWART J. H WI1ITT0ME  "Mr  V.  I.  Duncans,     V.  I.  K       Jones letuined     fivm his  Hip   lo Ilainson  vestei(lav morning  Mr   .Jones has     heen awav neailv a  foilnighl     and     savs he has spent a  'most pleasant holiday.  The ro-nlracl   for  (he school  building on "the  Chemainus rna'l has inn  award 2d   to I)    Nicholson, as has Ihe  con 11 in? I   foi   1hc changes in thc Masonic hall  in  the city. ,  1 lmve heen notified bv the puhlish-  . eis      lhat  on  ami   aftci 'the   1st   of  -   September   hhe   suhsciiphmi   puce of  Everybody's will advance  to  $1 T.O a  yeai     Suhscnbc now at $100 a real  at  Knight's   bookstore  In  all   piohinli-'ilitv   the loc.-l   h.ise-  halleis  will   mumey   lo Ciofton  and  plav the men of thK place nevl Sunday    The match  which was   uihave  been   played   yc-sleiday  is   postponed  until  the  201h  insr.  Aldciniaii Nicholson has gone, to  Victoua today loi abnef Uip, and  Aldeinian P.ryden leaves 1 onionow  morning lot a few dais' visit to  Portland.  Ladvsmith,  umiMi  LENZ & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOOIiS,  MANUFACTURERS OF  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS,  ETC  SHIRTS, OVERALLS. ETC  " VICTORIA, B. .C  There is always  a place lor a serge  suit! in a  man's  i ���������  summer   wardrobe  Our   suits aie made of serge.  t  We  We've   selected     wilh a eaio  and    knowledge thai  euaian-  tec ils quality.  $7.50 to $12.50 suit  DRYSDALE- STEVENSON  Co.   Ladysmith  Ladysmith Doat -NUty  Cstabltshment;  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. Boats built  io order and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality.' ' ~-  IIARRUP AND HAYEDN.      "  BOAT     BUILDERS.  CUBAN CIGAR FACTOBY  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN  BLOSSOJi  None ,but Union Lab   Employed  TI J. BOOTH,   Pic p.  NOTICE.  From      this date  tlie  undersigned  will not  lie responsible for any indebtedness     incurred except on      a  written order sigiied by the secretary  Rowland Macliin.   * '  V. I.  EXPLORATION & DEVEL-  , OPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May Uth, 1905.  Mr. ,R.   Arms I long  left   for   Vancouver     at     noon   today,   at  which  place he expects   to meet Mis     Vi m-  strong and  his  six: cluhhen,    vho are  now crossing-the conti'iic-nt   on  Ihcii  way fiom Newcastle, .Ena;    Mi    Mm-  o   si-ion"  hiis  heen  in  tins, countrv  two  _ycaL.s   only, hut hUes  it sufficiiMitlv  to have sent for his family who will  in  lutuie mahe   I heir home heie  DOMINION EXHIBITION  1905-SEPSEMBER 27 TO  OCTOBFR 7-1905  Under ihe Auspices of the Royal   Agricultural and  Industrial Society  NEW WESTMINSTER  B.   C.  $100,000.00  IN PRIZES AND  ATTRACTIONS  $100,000.00  - At tlie Rev. I'.ovlc'.s open air sli-  --vife on the Pavilion Gioen last eve  niJUj, theie uas a veiv fan atleml-  ante The senile was vcrv mtei-  ostin" and those who attended it  gieally apmcciatcd lhc address given  bv Uie pas loi.  Thc attendance at the She'l Heath  seivite was 1 at hei slim, but thocc  who weie piesent weie ideally in I ores led ih  lhc pioceedings.  When in nsed of stationary ci'lat  Knight's bookstore and he v,ill uv  to (ill youi  wants.  EnWugcd   gi omuls,   new,  handsome  and spacious, buildings. ^  WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP ENENTS in ROWING and LACROSSE,  HORSE RACING, Bioncho '���������lasting," Military Parades and, Exercises.  ROYA^  1RISI]_JHU\KI>S and clhei    l-'amous BANDS. ,  GRAND   WATER   CARNI v'AL-Pai ade  of    Faa&er   River Fishing   Fleet  Patrol Boats, II.M. Warships, Pn'ioii   Wai  Canoes,  etc. Indian sports.  Tor  all intormatioii xvutc W. II.   KEARY,   Secustary and  Manager,  New Weslnwnstei,  H.  C.                                           i  Use Taylors!  Ah Wins ft G*.  /Vlerchant Tailors  Ladies' and dents' Clothes Mad* to  Order.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTY . 1  ���������LADYSMITH,"  B.  C. .  NOTICE  STEEL   GIRDERS  -rru"sn two men  Ihift.ilo,   N.Y ,   A'lie,    7���������A   gang  ot  men  unloa-'liim  steel  ginleis   from    a  flat  cat   at     the  Buffalo  Striictui.il  Sieel Wt>lhs' yanls weie taught    be- I man  whose  iu\iih an immense girdci  which uiiev-   is the best  pcitMllv  slipped" fium  the cai   this ar  lot iioim      Michael   Giace  was  Killed,  and  .Joseph  Sfeinbolt vv.is ernshe.l s0  h.ullv   that   he   will   die     The  otheis  etci'pcd   with  slight   biuisfs..  ���������*���������  IIQTTENTOT .CAMP,  (('(intrihu't-ed)  A  ii:vv  cani|������   has   been  started  in  the vicinity of  the  ('hcuin.iuus   rauch-  erii',   which   is   known   as   the   '* I lot���������  presided   over  with his'ilarig'h  iiis iiciet-s Miss-  vvhn  are    very  advantages    of  .tfiitiit   C:iii!p."    It   is  by Mr.  .1. ('.  Michael  l.er Miss   Louise, ami  e.s   Kale  and      Addie,  enllnisiaslic  over   the  camp      life.. -The   fishing,  swimming  and   boating  in   Cheniniiiiis  May   is all  fha.t  -c(i';.'ld he   desired   and   with'-the.  a hi   of     Mr.   Ferguscin's  launch' nice  little parlies are on en a.rraiijj'Wl. Tho  beciipa-n-ts  of   1 lotlontot -Camp   often  co-me  over  into  ex-1 end  a cordial  their fin-ends   to  i   :np'mg   ground  WAITED.  When  you  lead   UUs jou  will     not  vvoii<lei      vvhv Ihe students of      the  SPROTT-SlfAW    BUSINESS   CNl-  VI0RS1TY   of   \ .uicouver  aie   in such  gieat demand that everv one of them  has a cho.ee* ol  fiom 2 to 1 liist-dass  positiens     Fci   ihe exact   mimhci   of  ,i| ,'liCcitii ns   Kceivul   dining   ttie last  -.c en   months ufei   to  Fiidat's  issue  of this     paper.   W   If   Shaw,  Es,| ,  the  piesident of the institution,  is a  naiiA.' stands loi   all  that  ^nd  niosl   up-to-date     irt  the   Business   School   woild      lie   is  the      pirsideni   of  the  I nitod Type-  wntLi   Company,   Piesidml   of      the  I<"cdt'i.iti ,-1   Business  College  of   Canada,  and  a teachei   and  authdi.   of continental   reputation. .  II.   .1.   SproM,   M.A'.,   the  Principal  and   manager,  to  whom   maybe    ac-  exetlihed   in   a large   degree   the      enlarging of ��������� the eiirieuliim  and  the establishing  nf  the  high   standard   now  set.  up,  is an educationist of     much  more      ihau  local   rcpulat ion,   as. he  has  lia/l charge of la.rg(> departments  in   two of   (lie   best, High' Schools   in  Ontario;   afterwards  held   the lecture  ship   in   French, (Icriuan  and   English  in  .St.   .John's  College of   the  University   of      Manitoba,  .-,nd   lale.rly   was  made     senior  Fellow  in   fhe-deparf-  Notice is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Board of Licensing Commissioners of the City of  Ladysmith, I intend to make, application foi a transfer of the Reta 1  Liquor licence ^ now held/by , me foi  the premises- k nown. asf-the.Qiieen'3  Hotel, situate upon^Lots "1.3,and 14,  block- '75, Ladysmith, B. C.,_from myself to Leopold Lepas.  -c"' DESIRE .HENRY.5 ..  Ladysmilh- 22nd  July',  1905^ '"?''*'  Lemonade  and  Water Sets  X  $2.00 Value for $i;75  We", have a few of' these Sets   left in.     shades of White,  . Blue, or  Green", wilh fahev floral decorations,    which includes   Pitcher, Half  Dozen Glasses,,and Tray. v  Price I.75 |>er set  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  OATACRE ST  LADYSMITH  W.G; Fraser;  Merchant Tailor,  1     (1st Avenue) . ,   ,  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  get your choice  - j  In 3 1-2 lb.  Packages  at &  j. stewart; ;  Conveydnclng     1������      Notary Public  P. O. BOX a68  For Sale��������� 4 roomed house  fine    location, neatly fenced "and  fuinished '   .   '   *" $525  For Sale���������5-roomed house  goad location, $375 and" one  year moie to pay. Owner has  already paid $511* besides improvements  For Sale���������Two   fine lots.  each G0xl2n, centie of City, $250  assume mortgage of     5400.  and  as-ae-ste  BUIR AND ADAM.  Univoisity of Manitoba, then  he was  .ippoiuled master in St. John's Col-  'lege      School,   Wnmi]M>g,   and  aftci- 'PHONE   2-4        PHONE  24.  wauls     taught     m    King's   College  School,   Vancouver,    Not  only    has  AL.   Semen  this  wide and excellent  leputaiion as an educationist, hut-he ��������������� TENDERS  lias had  a veiy  wide experience as a -   ������������������  railioad man, having leen ,foi 'ilt IV 11 be received by the undesigned  years irain despatcher on the C.P.R up to Saturday noon, August 5th,  in tSt   John,  N.B. |for   the lowering of Masonic  Hall   to  wc ofljcial  grade.        Plans and  spetificj.-  tions   foi      uoik to he done    can  bo  Then  in  E.  J.  ha\e a man   who  pnneipal  of   the  Ladysniiih  and  they  invitation    lo  all  vis-it   tht-m   at   their  i men-'t   of Frejioh   and   Kali, n   in      the  i university   of Chicago.  II.   A.      Scriv-en,   15.   A.     viee-prin-  ' ei ai,   is also an  ediieahic-   st of very  h^-'h   standing   and   wide   < :.ierierice.  H<-  stood   second   from   |,h     lop  of   a  graduating class   of some    (IJ in | the  Barnes,  Esqi.,  was. for four ye.ii s  Colorado  Commei- |  cial     College.    He is a most expeit |  pen   aitist an I   a commercial       and  shorthand  (enchei   of veiy  wide    and  successful experience.  Our Gregg shorthand  is  taught by  a'most expert   and   experienced  stenographer and  typist, Miss T/. M. Roberts,      a lady    whose  students  are  sought for nil over vthe country.  To    prove   thai   the  motive  which  chiefly  actuates- (he management  of  the. Sprott.-Sliaw  College, is   (o  give  to  the pf.i-hlic  the best  that  can    he,  j procured,      it might,   he    noted   that  ' their classes -in   mechajiiical  drawing,  draughting,      modeling   and   Kindred  hranclies^are  under  the direction   of  Da-vid   Blaii",   Esfj-.,  whose reputation','  is so great  t-hnt  the mere mention of  his) name, stands :for  every thiii|g that  is sterling in 'these \ranehcs.  ('an you wonder now (hat we claim  superiority,' or can you imagine the  failure of oi\r~'studehlsr'.  For particulars address R. J.  Sprol.t, B.A., 33fi Hastings street,  Vancouver.  To R n?���������Nice   house   on  Third Avenue/corner lot, $6 mo.  For  Sale���������100   acres   <f  land  in Cedar Distiict ?2fi.")  For Sale���������2  sheep farms  ' on one   of the Gulf Islands, con-  "    sulerablc     impiovementa.      For-  the Two $450  For Sale���������4-roomed house  $350  [��������� _83^Jggi^E^SS21^^a^!!E  ��������� .flRGAIN'- TABLES M  SHIRTS and TIES  I  ENSE SNAPS  seen at my lesidenee any night, at lei  6 p, 111. Lowest 01 any tendei not  uecassaiily  accepted  MURDOCK MATHESON  Dr.R.B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  AM work guaranteed, and at reasonable rates.  HMli St. Ladysmith  OPEN AT AJ.L HOURS.  For Sale���������7-roomed hou������ e  To Rent���������First class hotel  business, 'nest location.  ��������� FOR  RENT.   :  The hotel apartments of. the.Portland-   Hotel,      consisting   of   twenty  rooms,     . including   kitchen,   pantry,  store-rooms,   H   bedromfis,   well' furnished,  ?tc.   The house,  without'''the  bar, will be leased by tlie undershjen-  wl   at   very   reasonable   rates.     Call  and look o\'tr   (he premises., A'-^ood  bouiding  house   keeper  can  do   well.  ^ANGELO TATE,  Proprietor.  FISHING TACKLE  Trowlinj Spoons in, Abundance. Latest designs and good killers.  A Complete,Stock ol Flys in. ALL VARIETIES.  ' i ~ "        '.    -* Balance of diir-iughclass Fishing Rods at, - Z '���������  25 PER CENT DISCOUNT  OUNS  NEW BROWNING AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN  AT  $28  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd j  ���������a������������������taaw���������Bge 11 ���������'��������� -       ~  Charlie    Dunn  MERCHANT TAILORS .  NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED. r  Chailes Ihmn, of the above firm, visits Ladysmith eveiy Sunday for tha  purposa of taking measurements and seeing customeis personally. May  be seen at the Hotels." We guarantee all stock and a perfect fit at th������  lowest possible rates. Suits from $15.00 up. Pants from $4.00 up. All  Hand-mad*. Full'im* ~of the Latest supplies ALWAYS earned by Mr.  Dunn.        J ������������������    -   -       rt ' ! I,.lir    '  SS3ESSei������c3S^3tSa5SI3J''  Why Buy From Peddlars?  If you can get first-class goods     at      lew  puces  fiom  a reliable  house  at home.   The  peddlars that call here try lo *r,pt ud of milh  trash as they cannot sell At  home.  If you get an aU-icle fiom    a1  reliable film you aie sine tha I the  goods are  a.s  lopiewnled,  and  if you are not satisfied you have something to fall  hvielv on <s we  aie hue since this  town'was    fust started,   and hold   o'm   imputation   as    a first-ela,ss   house.    We rail ly nothing m oiu   line  K.t the  lH)st quality  of goods and selJ   on   small   piohls,   as  hm   r^p.n-ei,  "are small.    We have no fat salancs  lo  pay. and no  Uawli ng c\-  penseSs^,Cafl and com|iaie oiu  pneps ami oui   goods,  auJ dmijt I.e.  deceived. %  B.FORClMriER  WATCHMAKER,  JEWELER, OPTICIAN  Ladysmith,  First Avenue,   X   X  *%*  13. C  Stoves  " ' *  We are making thern of the Newest  Styles.  Stove  Pattern and Late;  fcHHcarfiSi-^MrawttBiiai  Morrison's, Ladysmith; B. C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK. - ' "   - TELEPHONE  6-7  SHIP'S NOTICE.  The captain or owners of the  sleams-hip Ctrmanicus^ will not lie  responsible for any deht. eon traded  by any inern-her of the coup's ci>3w  while in Port. "-"^    ...' ���������  CAPT.   BERNDT.  Won The  WE DO ALI- KINDS OF FOU NDRY WORK  Our Prices are Reaaona   hie  SEE OUR   NEW STOVES IN BL AIR AND ADAM'S W1ND8WS.  LADY31I TI IR>M & 3TO VS W JRKS CO,, LTD,  i  NANAIMO , ..-���������'  Nanaimo, August 7���������������Mr. Harry  .Shepherd- and party idf eight returm-  cd Saturday:, evening after spending  ing two weeks at the Jubilee mines.  They report having a good time and'  no adventure to ,S|eak of. The other members of the party were A. iVle  Coort, William, Robert; and Fred  Rowbottom, J. Hunter and J. R  MeKenzie.  The Inn oral     of the late Mrs. CI oe.  White took place Saturday afternoon  from the     family residence near the  Quarterway, fj} the     Nanaimo ceme  tery   and     was   attended by. quite a  (m  large     number --"of li;iends of   the d|  ���������ce,ase<^ (he casket also being coveri[  with   floral   tributes 'from' synipatliij  ing    friends. ..Funeral  sexvyje' W;;  coiKluctol  at  the house-.".and     gn  grfave   side     hy the Rev. J.--M. M  "lei-; : "'.'.  .Mr. T. R. St-oclc-ett, Sup't. of tljj  Weslern Fiiel Cornpany, ret,iiriii|  from Victoria. Saturday cveiiingVaj  in reply to a tpiestion said he had;  statement to male regarding til  miine situation. It has been ruinoil  on the streets for the last few da|  that the Brechin Mine would <  for work on Monday, i������t Mr. Stool  ett had nothing; to say regardiiij  this. ,    :

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xdailyledg.1-0178234/manifest

Comment

Related Items