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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Aug 6, 1906

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 VOL.,a,  AlONDAY, AUG. 6, 190ft.  U  sas  tTYEE COPPER GO.  DECLARE DIVIDEND  -**-$- -*-  Drdinary General Meeting  of Shareholders of  Above Company Held in London?-When a 5  Per Cent Dividend j Was Declared  &l)G ',8 - ^U������������������ PRIcfe FIVE CENTS  OWNS SOI  OF C NAOA S  ! BEST RfiCERS  -^������������������������*���������   ���������  Saturday ajfteirnoon Mr,. A. C. Mac-  Lachlan \isitcd Ladysmith, and to  him The Ledger is undented for a  handsome picture illustrating .Joseph Seagram's Queen and King's  plate winners. Mr. AlacIJachlaii is  the western rcpiesentath o of Mr. M.  E. Sea/grain, Ihe vwiell known distiller,{help.  DROWN  SIGHTJMEN  -^���������������f ^~-���������  ALarshfield, Or., Aug 6.���������Miss Gal-  bieth, a school .teacher, anditheMisses Hilda aud Margaret Sawyer were  drownud in the South Coos river  near Ailoghany today.  ihe )0'iii,{j lad'ies were butlmi*, and  Miss (ialbruth, who could not swim  got into    deep    water and cried for  The Chairman���������Our reason 'is just  tins. It may he that many of- our  sharchoUleis think that this is mvciy1  eonsei vatiw; policy, ,but it is , Jar  wisoi tui " i.b in out present un-  ctulaui sWto, not yeb ,hawiig got^ui-  obiiei oitl ������l.<ody, to wnto llics>e items  down as we ha\e done. Ul couibc,  it u;c are-lortuiuttc, which wo. hope  wo-shall {be this jear, in geiumg au-  oiiiei oie itody���������-anil there aio si<giis>  oi it���������wc shall then deal with, ihe  uiattt-r, nexL year in & .diiifoieiii. 111u.1t-  uci'.. JluI I cannot piqdgb mysolt as  lo Jiow wc will "do it.' JI must i>e  a;\vjse; tiling _. in iiiatbeis conuecU>U  with mining lo will* down oui stock*  it is Ui-bettei to l.iecp om money  in hand, >aiwi Uiei'olore,, i LliniK, u  )ou-looi( at the mattei coolly you  will con.sidei that jour money is being Linen c.ue ui and well invested,  limned lately we get an oie body we  .shall lie only ���������u������o . pu-aseil to deal'  more libeially     w'ltJi you,, but safety  re, have "nought" it pioper to vviito !-*<>^������'ail things lis biu motto.   '  ff 25 per cent of-these items.-    On J   m ���������  Ja������kson  inquired as  to   ihe fee  le credit    side    Ihe figures  explain') wl������������-l>*wa& 'paid, for  Uus inspection ol  lemsclves.     Revenue account ��������� the j the(piop>aty.^  mount of ������22,121 12s 10d has befcu J  laced to reserve.    This is the   bal-  nce of two-fifths of the inane devel-  Thu Financial Times of London ra-  orts the se\'q.rtb ordinary general  iceting ol the Tyee Copper Company  ttld1 on0-July 12tb in iJondou, as fol-  ������ws. -.  The    stcieiary.   (Mi.  W.  Gaidner)  a,ving lead tlw notice ^convening the  iceting and  the lep'ort ol  the alldl-  The    chairman- said:     Ladies and  rentlomen.���������The balance sheet, wvlug,  een in your possession some 'days, i  resume that it is Your wMi that it  taken  as , read.      iBefore moving  lie adoption of same, I think it lughv  make some few    remarks in   e.v-  lanation of the sevieial  amounts.- 1'  'ill take the accounts ,in. the   bider  icy appear, in r the   report.     :Vjit  nd loss    account���������tbo '.maintenance,  ppairs, and depreciation at thorn ma  :5,59<i 18s," and    at smeltor,  ������3,765  Is 8d, amount "to ������9,3������2'9s 8d.  The  incctors, after due considisration /nci|  nder the circHmstanqcs, having    no  jrtainty as to the future supply oi  vote ol Uianks to our general mana-  gei (Mr. Clermont Livingston) and  lus v������jiy 4������lc stall for',their serlvuoes.t  1 think that with a monthly output  oi only 2,000 ions the >qai ha������ sho|,vu  a very    sai'islactoiy result, and   we  and is making one of his annual business trips to the coast. The picture  piesented by ' Mr MacLachlan icpie-  scnts some of the famous horses  owned by Air*. Seagram, al.l winners  of the Canadian Derby. Jn uiciiig,  circles (Mr/ Seaigram's . sta/bles are  known fiom ,thc Atlantic to the Pa-  feomal men weie standii^j   on  the  Uui'i, but   none ullered to help    the  LIVED 1W0 WEFKS  ������ AFTER HEART  CEASED BEATING  New York, Aug^ c���������A special to  the World from Salem, Ore., says-:  AfteT living for two weeks with ono  heart dead, George Lippert, 62 years  old,' whose two litem ts, tlifcep "perfectly formed legs and sixteen toes made  him one of the wonders of P. T.  liarnum's shows, is dead from tuberculosis.  Surgeons who ihm foumed _ an- autopsy declare that had it not been for  caJi al"l>ieciate the ajile ser\ices which cific, not onH for then fast stock,  tliey have tendciod the company.    H"';but also;  bv  the geiicrosiby of    the  -.   , > i i      .,     ��������� [owner      lie .-has  done m,iiclr toward  Says a ������neat dc^vl lor the m*iaui|ei- ml. M *-     .    ,     . "     -> tu"d,,u  ������ ,.     , .       ,improving'tlie stock of the   countrv-,  wnich our pioi>ei.ty is looked alusi.-laild in S(>m'e;caSDs-he has gono a^ far  aiiil 1 think it will meet with' iho fas to' give''free to farm^rs-b'f-the,  gcneial aPl'io^al of tlie iu<.>etiUg that j Northwest -Vonic ol< tho, most iamous  ������\������ hhouiid cApiess oiuHhunui, to AU. , si all ions in his stage's a������d Uie faring  young wouian, so Muss Hilda buwyer. |tlie consumption, which alreafdy    haxl  went- to   the lescue, but could- do ii0-  irmig with tlie drowning girl.  'ihen Mjiss Margaret Sajwyer weut  to'the' iissi,stance ot the guls and  gave up her life in a \aiu endea\oi  to' len'd 'Umiu' aid. l\liss Oahbteth is  iroiu Easieru Oregon.  PILES FOR  NEW WHARF  Li\ illusion and all coiicenied on     the'  oilioL-bide.    (lliai, beai.j   "  -Ui. 'ibeoUild secou.lid Uie    moUon  ttii.eh  wat> earned  with acclaiinatiou.  'ing and slock'sections of'the country owe mutlf't'i Mr.-Sea^ijiam - foi.  the very kefin interest he Ii.'ls ' Uikcii  in the    iinportanon 'of tiioroi^ 1 f,/ed  'stock. 'C- ��������� "       >     .  Air.  Seal';raw    has    Uie pi odd dis-  'tinction  of beiiifi; "the only^oWiier   rn  Mir. liunrik Loeiiitei���������l UmiiC iliatlDy j  foie we sejaiiaie wo ouglnio passu '  \oi-e oi U1.UH1.S io Uie c������ia,an'iaii anu Canada that has won the Oucen's  dncctois lor' tbe,\eiy ajble \vay n������ plate eight;years in succwsion'which  winch  Uiey.hate conducu-d oui" uusi.   he did fro*uf 18������)l  t|o 180S and it Was;  liie th^umuii, ,JCIf������0. Wc had Uus  indirection inad- just to satisfy ourselves, and'we do not icgtoi iiaMug,  had to pu) Uus amouiil/as wie- nuisi;  use every eiloit to^Xi'y and l.n*r'another oie. body1. '���������'  ption being that the board deem it     1Wl'; Jackson���������1" suppose .the ^ same  Ipment and'commission accounts,' as  ler resolution parsed at, the general  leeting held 2nd Julv, ItOi, tlie ex-,  Ixpedient, to write oh two-fifths   in���������  |tead of-one-fifth,n-and 1-.will  --lateiv  umoye  a resolution to'thatj>cllect.-  "he" whoiie of tlie increase in   plaiiiT;'  tc , liotli at mine and smeltgi',, has  ,een paid put of    re\cnue. ��������� "I    now  vish to draw your at*trnti,:n to  the  ialance sheet..   On tlie debtor   side  /heiitem, sundry creditors, comprises  Jie usual mooiJhly    accounts,    which  lave all been dischar/ged, with theex-  aeption of income tax.     On the cie-  lit side everything is sttalcd so cVjvuv  iy that to tatefcach item seiiar-alf>lj-j  would lie wasting your vvaluajtijle time.  The item,'sundry debitors, is    rather"  heavy^ but this is owing chiefly    to  some matte being in a steamer that.  was wrecked (although fully insiumdi).  and iiot ,bieing iralii'/'Od at the end of  the fniancoal year.  Dividend Payimcnt Explained.  I shall have much pleasuie' in   asking you  to    confirm   a recommendation of Uie  b^ard to pay a dividend  an&wei would apply to any nuesUon  regarding '.Jjig,.-���������\vriUi(}y;,.v,.qul,ulu,lw.o=  litLhs ol- llie coniiuission account?-.i  -,,'lhe Clui|Hinaii���������-As, iVjj.ud the .commission account, J may" say that we  lelt that" it -Avas a gi-od time to get,  ud ot it altogethei;. it is a good  fauli, and I, am quite sine tlwt il  jou aie all spared you will leap tliq  beneiit ol it.  'the resolution was ithtoi put to tht>  meeting and  cariie<l   mwiniinoiisly.  The chairman next .ino\ed, tho lol-  Jowiii^ icsolulion, namely���������.'"! hat tlie  .sum of ������22,121 12s lUtl ue wutt������n  oh the commission and mines development accounts, being, tnvo-hlths m-  &bead or oiie-lilth, as agreed under re^  solution passed 2nd July, 1903.'' lft  doing so ho said: Ue bring this be-  lore you altliuu^b we are told it is  not necessary Hut wc bhould d0 s>������,������  but we leel that we like the shaie.  .holders to know e\eij thing Uuit we  ha\e    done        We  leel  that it  is   a  a regulai  tiling to see the black and  it "yellow  of   the  Seagram  stable    flash  'undbr the wiie1 ahead of the field and  iil!>.s.   (Hear, hear.) <  "mi-.  Jachsoii seconded  this, and  was caiued luianunously.' .  'J'he Chairman���������Lii behalf ol myselt the victory; was gencially a popular  and my colleayuei* 1 ibunk you ,ioi-'one. The'horses to Uihojin Mr.' Sca-  your Kindness m jassuig Uus" icsolu- ,gram. owies' lus pioud record aiq  lion.- 1 can absuie jou ih^t we (have, J Victorious, ,who st^rtt'd tho h|all and  doiiic oui -ibest-, and we shall cointumiQ  won in  18iil, 0'Dcp,c.lu'e,  1SSI2;-Mia.t-  to do i>o, and 1 Jiope that when we  meet you next yeai we shall hate a  hetler account to gave jou. However,  )pu. ate peitectly sale in regaid to  >thi,s, -you "have a line property,- you  have plenty of jnoney, and if'wehnd  tl'ie^oic body foi which we aie looking, we snail ibe aMe tu carry oft this  undei taking very successiully.  The juoceodings  tlien  terminated..   o   of 5  per cent.    Although 1 staltod at j W1SC thui.b to do, now th.vt we   have  the last general meeting that,   until j l'1,c '"oney.  frejih ore body be found and piov-      Mr. Nicol isiown seconded. tUe   mor-  ed, no    further    dividends would   bojU(>J1>  whicJi was   unauimously agreed  paid, it was undeistood that tlieiwrc  body on '���������which Ave were then   work-  KILLED THE  WRONG MAN  ello, 1893; Joe Mailer, 189-1, Dcnni-  field, 189j>, 'lUiUbiojk, l8f-6, Ferdin  and, 1897;; Bon;no, 1898. t In 1S99,  the Derby -was lost, but in the following year ,Mr. Seagiam with Dal-  nioor again .won the coveted- brorhy,  and in 1901 John'iRuskm b,i<^igtlit  the" colors home in front. Last year  with Inferno the Seagiam stable  again won, and Slaujujtyter turned the  trick this vear.  BUSHFIRES DO  MUCH DAMAGE  A portion of the piles for the ,new  whail amved today from the Lady-  sm-itli Lumtnei������ Company's lou0.  camp, and'the rest will be brought  in Mioilly. Mi. McDonald, tlie gentleman who will elect the wharl, is  expected to arrive fiom Victoiia to-  moiiow and,will pio-baibly cewnmence  the woik of constiuction at o������ice. In  an interviiew with tlie Ledger last  week All. McDonald stated that the  whaif would he hmshed inside of 30  days at the most, after work had  been started. Therefore, Ladysmith  .should ha\e a wharf by the, fust of  Septemibier. .--  Vestcrday a" switch, was pat, in  neai the piesent ciossing to the public wluif, and it is now impossible  to cress tlie tracks with a team.  This crossuife, howiever, will JLkely^  leinporarily lepaireil, and used until  Ihe new  wharf is in readiness.     - - -  BASEBALL AND  TENNIS NOTES  the ripper band, the death of Lip-  pert's .right neart would not havq  niaterialjy ali'octed the 'like ongan on  llie left side and that be probably  would have lived for years.  Until rae^en    years ago,   Lippert's  hftj had been spent in the show   business,   lie could speak live lanigujaged  and any number of dialects. A g-ltcj^-  trotter's career is not conducive    in  saving and   Lippert had only a    26-  oent piece    when     he found himself  sick and homeless m Oregon.      Mrs  Alary Riggs,     a florist, gave him   a  home and he quit the show bvsiness  for good,  making his    home thereafter with his ljenefactress, in    whoso  house he died.    'He was visited here  by many showmen.  ( Uesides the usual two legs, a third  one giew out of his right side, and  was somewhat 'thinner than tlie .Ofthert  two,    tout    perfectly formed.     In   a  French  train wreck Lipjiert  sustained a fracture    of his thiid leg   and  had his nose broloen.     Thereafter he  was never    a/ble to use his leg, but'  would not consent tonjtn .jyiipuliadfioiu  Lippert last fall contracted a   severe coid, which developed into    con-v  sumption     When Ye apparently was  near death two weeks ago ono heart  ceased beating, but with, the other he  clung tcfiaciously    to life until    the  white plague killed him.  ���������; o-  i  USED, AUTOAIOBILE  -- TO HUNT FOR MAN  Seattle, A\ig. 6.���������O. B. Gerle was  ai rested jiear Alki point yesterday Ibiji  Detectives Philbrick and Barfcee after an exciting chase in an automobile. Gerle was turned over to a  'deputy United States marshal and  put on     the-    steamer Humbolt and  ing would in all probability  be    exhausted in about (six months, it hal<  lasted much longer, hence our decision to    pay  the  'dividend named, as  tlie profits made duiisig the last, year  justify us  in departing fiom that decision.    I rogiet that up to thc pie-  sent we have -not been fortunabe>:: in  finding ah ore fcpily, though, froni information received our prospects arc  now: a"��������� little -more-..hopeful than when  I  last addressed-you-   We are,   sinking  both shafts  (mah'n shaft at Tyco  and shaft. X.-L. claim) a further 200  fee'fc and intend cross-cutting with ail  possible! speed.     I  have  now    .much-  pleasure in moving:   "That the    reports and accounts, as now. presented,  be and  they, are hereby  received  and adopted," but before I   put this  resolution to tlie meeting   1  sli,all ]&  very     pleased    to ilioar any'question  that any shareholder may    wish    to  aisk, and I  will'answer tirem   to   tho  best of my ability.  Afr.  L,   Leofller seconded  lhc    ������no-'  tion.  Shareholders'" Questions  Answered.  Mr. Jackson ���������  said   that he   would!  like to ask why  it was necessary to  .write off  so irmcb. especially as   the  smelter was    a going "concern   and  could not ctejpreciaite 25'per .cent'.   As  a .matter of fact, their houses,  their  plant ani machinery,  and  their permanent biiildiiiDgs could not depreciate  25 per cent.,'and therefore,' he could  not    understand    'why     the director  should    write   off   such an immense  sum.  Auh.ua, 'J'e.\as, Aug. .-1.���������Tuesday  ailuinoon i'atsy Uwyor and Jack O'  linen Irarl a C|uai'rel in a saloon here  and wii������.ii rhej parted tbere was an  understanding lhat when they fiaxi  met  they    would meet shooting. j  About 8 o'clock Tue������da> evening  Dwyei-   went   to   the   red   light      dis- '  ti-ict,   looking  ior  O'lhien,    and   not lJl0ble    enorts    a numjjcr  of valualbU  iuiding iiim,   he  started    ior     town, ' |)U1]dings were ieduced to ashes.  turning a corner near the Inter-1    There   had   Ucn   lire   in   tlie   sur-   v4-'������   New Westminster,  Aug   5 ��������� About  fifty  men and  a    few    iwomen    tat'  children fought heroically  a'l jester  day aiternown to check the spicad o  bush fires    that'   thrcaiened destn.c  tion to nearly all the far.m  pioperlv  in the Blue Mountain cliistr.   ,    cas'  of  the city,    and  in  spite  of     the.r  Ou  '   Air  !tioii,  "lo.  'ihe chairman then moved, ''That a  dniduml ,uf Is per siiare. for-! tho ycarv  ended 30th Ajnil, l!jur>, be;ui������ at the  latcot 5 per cent. peL annum, be  and is hen^y iLnUicd, paya^o lorlli  with, io alt shareholders whose  names stand on tiie it^isiiL-r- of members at this date."  ��������� Air. 11. You.L&rg seconded,���������,aimi Uie  resolution', was agreed to.  A Shareholile-r'���������Us that free, of. income tax? ;\. ��������� .   -  The Chairuiaii���������Yes, free of income,  tax. i have now to aiiinounce that  the directors retiring on this' occas-'  'ioir.ar'uAlr. A. Stratub'e, who at prefix  for  some  time    prelight wind  yesterday  (national "-HoUd  ho   saw   Albeit    Wil-  founding  bush  liams,   a     conductor  on   the  Nevada'|\ious,     nnd    a  Central Railroad and County Record?,'drove it in the direction of the Blue  w IL. W. D>er, standuig together, Mountain road, on which there areia  and in the moonlight Dwyer mii- num.ber of scttleis' lesidrnccs. Kvry-  look Williams for O'Brien, and Dy-'thing inrthe path of tine flames ,was  oi- lor Louis Woodcock, O'Brien's' "s dry as tinder, and before a gang  partuei--  JNonaiiiio liasuball team    yesterday  deleuted    the   ,tea/m oi the U. S. S.  by a &coie of 26 to 3.  Chicago  cut is iinfortunia.lje-ly away in South,  America, and i\lr. von lierg, .\vhoK jTil.>.  ing eligible,' offer. theni**eIves' for reelection, i Unw Ncry, much jileasui'o  in saying that, iu Uie., past wo, have  received   great.  sup,port  from   those  ��������� gentlemen,,  .and .'!. ��������� fclierel'ci'i'e,' j>eg    i,0  ' propose their rc-e-lcctiou.  1 The. resolution was seconded'.iby Air.  Ni'col Brown and carried' unanimously. : .���������;'.'.   '-;. .} ���������'  ���������'���������Air. II. von Bergw-l thank yjou,'very,  much for having re-elected :mei,! aud 1  can assure you thatv.l shall )do my,  best to further the interests ,of the  Ghareholders. '  Air. Jackson then prpposed fcbe reappointment of the rctiringi auditors!'  ���������Messrs. EvfcreU, Atorgan and, Grundy.  Mr. Lancaster, s-ccoudwl the 'motion,  which  was carried.  Thanks to St.tifl'.  Air. I-Inncke���������I s,hould like t-o liave  the privilege of proposing a     Jieatty  ttithout. warning Dwyer fired three  shots, one bullet entering Williams'  brain and lulling him. One bullet  struck Dyer in the left leg between  thc ankle ajird the l^ree, breaking  both  bones. "'  ���������Dywer was arrested by Deputy  Shei-ifi' Oliver, but being intoxicated  did not reali/.e tbe enormity of t-be  crime.  . Yesterday morn fug Dwyer was tak  en to Dyer's 'home and identified,  and later on ������������������ wns taken, to view the  remains of Williams. Thinking up  to tho time that he saw the remains  that ho had killed O'Brien, Dwyer  collapsed.  of lire-fiffhiers could ,be oigarois'od the  flames had mad������ dangjorou.s headway.  The most serious propel ty loss was  sent to Alaska. 'He is wanted in  K'Otchrkan on a charge of passing, [bogus checks.  The detectives received information  fiom Alaska, two days ,a|go that  (ierle was wanted there, charged  with forgery.. They finally located  him at Alki po.int. He had married only a shoit time -agio and lived at the Stockade hotel with his  wife, wheie he owed a bill of $260.  The proprietor finally forced him to  ie-ave, as no money was forthcopimug  He then wont to a man npmied Ric-  ket, ab.out a mile and a half from  Alki point, and stayed there for a  time J week. At the end of the week E(ic-  mucc the Victoua Lawn Tennis Chijbl' ket wanted his monej and Ger^e giavd  lias Leon oigtini^ed, the championship   bun  a check on the Scandinavian Anj  Ladysmith defeated Chemainus {>es-  teiday in what provetl to be one of  (he best baseball games of the season. The scoie at the end of tho  iiintli uinung ktood 7���������1 in favor of  Ihe Ladysmith boys. The latter  Joiunejcd down to Chemiatnus in  Mr. Blau- s launch, and played the  match before a good ciowd of Che-  iitaiiiub rpeople at .1 o'clock m the af-  teiuooii.  On Saituiday,    loi   the lirst  oi Bimsh ColuxnHia left the city.  Joe Tyler, ol Seattle, was the successful competitor, defeating B. P.  Schwcngcrs, \ rctoria, ' in the-btsb  tenuis match' that has |b������cn seen m  this city  foi many djiys.  The tennis tournament on Sattn-  sulTered by Lafayotte Smith, whose ;iitly, m which the A'ajiainuo and La-  handsome i-osidpnce on the noi Hi side J dj smith clubs were engaged on tho  of the road, facing New Westminster I lattei's courts, ended disastrously  was totally destroyed. All the lViUd | foi- the local players. While tfaaai-  ings on Air. Smith's property, with mo did not win everything With the  the exception of Ids barn, also  up in smoke  Air. Pace 'lost   nworvl  The missionaries who maiu-tainied  that Japanese who , were Christians  made better soldiers than those - who  were not���������wo think that was-the argument put, forward on one or two  occasions���������will be interested to learn  that the . Native Horse which left  Pietarmartizburg for the purpose of  assisting to put down the Zulu trouble, . were, mostly Christians from  Edendale," who "sang war songs as  they rode toy thc station and entrain  ed." They were armed with the  short carbine, but, it further appears-  "also carried four assegais slujig in  a case across the shoulder." Soon  it will be quite a misnomer to speak  of Africa as "the Dark Continent."  ing on. his  farm except his residence, and w.chicken'house.  The (lames- crept up on Mrs. AIc-  Farh.ne's pl.ioo and destroyed the  fence .before it'could -be cheeked.  At nr.on ��������� yesterday a .call was sent,  into the' city-for help. Chief Constable Spain, aad Conslaihle Wilkiic',  of the provimcial' police resji'onded m\i-  mediately, ami on aruiving at tlio  scene found a lnmiibcr of men already  hard at work., among tiliem being Several loggiers from tho. surrounding  country.  Shortly before 7 o'clock last evening Fire Warden McKay, who had also been on the scene of action, rode  into Sapper.ton and from there telephoned Government. Agent Fisher,  asking- authority to employ more inert  to fight the Hitmen, which he then  feared could nat be elected, as tliosM.  already engiaiged in tire work were/ble-l  coming exhausteid. Air. Fisher immediately authorized the warden to  empl'cuy all mon necessary for the  work of conquering the fire.  At midnight   it was reported , that  went   big score1 on    >Uieir jsidc,  still,  they  ��������� won, and honors arc now  divided)^-  tween tho tAi'o clubs, Lanysmith having won the first tournament, which  look place in Kanaimo some tiaio  ago. In justice to the home players, it must be statedi that, owing  to the summer holidays, several of  their players whom they hod1 counted cm -tlo participate in Saturday's  matches, were not present, and they  therefore had lo do the best they  could without them. Hotwever, they  took their defeat with good grace,  and while the tournaments stand at  "deuce" at present, they will endeavor to end uj) the season with the  largest number of points.  ���������WW���������rr-m ���������ii'M������a������������������������������,BajjwaaawPW/**--  no further damage to property had  been dVme, and that everything tvras  perfectly safe for the rest of the  night. It was feared,v howovjeir, that  if a iw'ind scame mp from tlie south  this morning the whole settlement  would ,be  in danger,  Tho origin, of the* fire is not known  hut the s&ttlers of the Blue A'loun-  tain district ate -detprniined to have  an inve.stiga.tion with the object of  locating the blame.  erican bank. Ricket called up the  bank .and found that Gexle lieud no  funds deposited there.  The detectives made several trips  to Alki Point alter Gerle, but he was  on the lookout, and when he saw  them coming ho would take to the  brush. Yecderday they went to the  house, and after find'iug him gone,  they went back to West Seattle and  secured an automobile. Gerle saw  them coming, !but he was too late  in-taking to the tall -timber and was  arrested.   o   DISTINGUISHED  PARLIAMENT  -^*^^  London, Aug. -1.���������Thc new Liberal parliament, which adjourned today distinguished itself as a working parliament, and the ministers  have every reason to bo satisfied  with the solid amount of legislation  passed. Besides passing the principal measure, the Education Bill, al  most all the measures promised in  the King's opening; speech were either  passed or reached an advanced stag.'  in committee, which will allow of  their being finished at tbe autumn  season. The Irish Laborers Cottago  Bill, the Colonial Marriag-e Bill, T.  P. O'Connors Musical Copyrighc bill  and many minor bills were paissed,  and the Trades Disputes bill, and  the Workmen's Compensation Bill  and the Merchant's Shipping Bill are  m an advanced condition.  ?S ->' ���������   '  /I        .   t-  --v  <v.���������  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  -$fz  IHt DAILY LEDGER  PubUriMi  every   day   except Sunday  4  every   day  ���������BY-  THB DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION. j  One Ye������r (ia advance) $5.00  One Month  ~ ... ~  50 ceats  Hospital   .Consultations    Operations Maior    Oporatioas Minor     Accidents,   "(mine,      both major  and' minor   ....   Accidents,  fatal    JjiTpalS j ������������������������*���������������������������������������������      ���������������������������������������������    *���������������������������������������������    ,.....���������....������������������  MONDAY  Aug  C,   ]f06  ANNUAL MEETING OP  MEDICAL COMMITTEE  The Annual meeting   of the Medical  Committee was held last evening     in  the old  Council Chambers with   only  a small attendance present.  Mr. J. Lsberwood was appointed  chairman of the evening.  Tho minutes of the last ' annual  meeting were read by Secret ary 11 iV  wood   and on motion adopted.  The report of the Medical pfl'icers,  Doctors Ifogle <-������nd O'ltrien   for. the  past year was read ns follows.  To  the    Employees , of  the     Western  Fuel   Co.,  Gentlemen.���������  We respectfully submit the annual  medical report for the year- ending  June 30th., 100G for your considera  tion.  It is with pleasure wc record the'  harmonious relations existing throu  ���������ghout the year and appreciate this  confidence in the administration of  you  medical    affairs.  Tho organisation of the St. Johns  Ambulance Association for tbe "relief and managements of Accidents,  requires no comment, tbe past two  years' work is a compliment lo the  men, who have sacrificed time, patience and money in receiving instructions for first aid duties. Some -iO  men are on roll having passed creditable examination,      and   are     duly  STEAM    HEATED  KURNISHcui' ROOMS  .qualified Ambulance ollicors.  In the two years   work   over three  hundred        accidents have       been  attended to, both major and  minor, and the relief of suffering and  better managements of cases over  past years is certainly a great satisfaction.  The Ambulance 'boxes with full  equipment of supplies have been  placed in convenient sections of tbo  mine, each under the individual direction of an official) of St.' John's  'Ambulance Class, who are responsible for the maintenance t;o the Med  cal Relief Committee, t have the  authority of the management within the last 30 aays, the future main  tenance of,the Ambulance boxes will  toe attended to by the Company and  their officials.  Certainly we owe the Western  Fuel Company our thanks for their  continued generosity for the protection and welfare of tho employees. Under the direction of Dr. O'-  Brian a Pathological department has  Deem established for medical research work and better scientific  analysis   disease.  Since the 1st of January, Dr. O'-  Brian is registered full partner  .with equal responsibility.  Our Hospital during the year has  passed a crisia and the inauguration  and institution of a training school  under ihe management of Miss Fuller, is an advancement in the right J CALL, A 1 ���������  direction, and great credit i.-i due the  Hospital Board and those who have  (worked for Its success.  The matter of a contagious bos-  pit nl should receue some consideration, the Inst case of diphtheria  developing in one ��������� of the employees  ���������had to bo isolated in a tent on the  hospital .urounds, not only jeopardizing his .iwn chances, but risking  iofcctini) t,, iii.- '.u.teiidnnts ami pat  ienrs   of the  lusi ilut ion.  I would 'strongly recommend Ibe  Medical Relief Comniii tee. io interview the Cily Council in i-egnnl to  this matter. ���������  During the- year we biive had isubit  ed cases of diphtheria, measles tmd  scarlet favor, and with ibe ilrninnge  .of our city being- so imperfeH , at all  times we are exposed I o ephlemirs  and unless some better means of  quarantine are at band, we nre liable sfco rcpititfon of the death rate of  several years ago from these  welcome visitors.  The following is the statist i'-ol report:���������  Home   Consultations   Office Consultations     3900  185  250  1124.  1  87  Daaths   from   the  following  causes:  Cwwulsions Infantile   1  Maoagitis     1  Eclampsia  ,  7.:.:.   1  Perniceous  Anaeima    1  Appendicitis  and'-Peritonitis      .   .. 1  Marasmus   1  Senility     1  J. H. HOGLE.  L. J. O'Dnen.  On motion of Mr. Geo. Johnson,  seconded by Mr. G. Mooi-e, tbo report was recoi\ ed ami instruction.-j  carried out, and the question of a  contagious hospital to he left in tbe  hands of tbo Committee to interview  tbe   Council.  ���������.������.���������  Tho repprt of the medical Relief  Oemmittec wus read as wus also the  Financial statement. ISoth reports  were received and hied.  Amiual  Keport   of  Medical   Relief  Committee.  Your Committee beg to submit  their annual report' ol the seventeenth, years working  of this Fund.  The amount of cash on hand June  30th, J906 was $1110.07 less June  accidents allowances amounting to  ������16L!.00 and account of A. Nash ������1  or a total of- ������154.00, leaving a  net balance ou June 301 h, 1900,  of $i)5G 07 as per balance sheet  herewith.  The total number of accidents dining tho year was '15, divided at- follows, viz.,  No.   1.  shaft���������12.  Protection���������17.  NorthQeld���������16.  We regret having lo report ono  fatal accident, that oPllcm-y Tom  meri, who dierl from effects of injuries receiver! in Protection Mine  Febrpary  27th,   1006.  During  the   first   three   months  - *.-9dZ4A11?S&i  sKiiiUil&UWK  had. much  diilicully  in retaining   our  Medical omcors   owiiijj   to  tbe mines  t)Cinj������   idle    una   ���������*������!,)     little      revenue  1 eouxuig  in.  At the reyuest oi lu\ ilogie a  bpecial meet-mg was held Jiiiy 20th  m rei'eieni.o to Ih-. O'llriea, who had  lei'iy the ( city and -Dr. llogle being  present, he a&ked that we write to  Dr. O'Brien and endeavor to get him  to reconsider lus decision and return, as.he considered his services  far too valuable to lose, and be  would endc������r\ or to make some satisfactory arrangements with him so  that  ho  would  remain  with  us.   ���������  la closing your committee desire  to express their appreciation of the  faithful and untiring ser\ ices of the  Medical ollicerh, alio the kindness of  t(be Western Fuel Uo. in donating  $l,OU0 per year to  the Medical Fund  MJDfjJlJAJ-. JIELIEF  COMM-lTU'tiE.  ,J.   ii.   Ilarwood,  Secretary.  UEOEM'TS.'  To   Raluiico   brought       forward   from   June,   J005...5  381 40  To   Cash   from     employees  12   moil,   June   30,    190(3.  2143 60  To    contribution     of   West^ .  em  Fuel  Co.,  12   mon.   ..  3,000 00  To'Cash from   J.  If. 'Cock,  jug, -Ambulance  hiie. ', ...  To  amount  returntefl  by Vr  J.   H.   ITogle   (loan)  To   Cash     re-deposited   (������c-  cdt   AU'ns.   not called for.  14. 00'  250  00  10  00  Total  Receipts  .'...sjasos 00  (Continued on Page Three).  i ��������� imih i ii    ii nn ii    imKEatsmmavraauttttraa  Try CapiUI'aiul Nuggei Cijiars  Try a Province CI far.  "MAKE 11 AY WHILE  THE SUN SHINER."  Tbere is a lesson in the work of  the thrifty fanner. He knows that  the bright sunshine may last but a  day and he prepares for the showers  which arc so liafblc to follow. So  it should be wilh every household.  Dysentery, diarrhoes and chblcra''inor-i  bus may attack some of the members of the homo without warning.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy, which is thc best,  known remedy for these '.diseases,  should always he,kept at hand, as  immediate treatment is necessary,  and delay may prove fatal. -For sale  we" by Ladysnijlh Pharmacy.  A. J. McMURTRlB, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and,  Furnished  bak srjprr.TKn with nKl t  WTNliS, IJQUOKS, CIO 4WS  1I0TEL  LADYSAiniJ,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This  Hotel  ha*;- been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodging $1.00 per diy.  HOTEL-    PRETORIH  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with   the  Best    (Vines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: :-: Ladysmith 13.C.  Liquors and Cigars. 'j&  .���������*���������--;  Work  for sale.  -i������i   '  Lljtht Teaming.    Wood aim   Bark  Ordei-.  With   W. CARTER,  1'IILST AVIlNCR  J.   KEMP,  or    leave  PHONE   .61)  '-   VOU   WAN'!-   AOOOO   un-  9R-'.lr  1 7,C>72  Unlon-made Capital & Nujrcet Cigars  I bought a house with a supposedly  Incurable ringbone for $30. Cured  him with $1.00 worth of MINATUVS  LTNIMENT and sold him for $85.00.  Profit 0n Liniment, $54.00.  MOISE DEUOSC13.  Hotel Keeper, St. PhiUippe, Que.  Fir&t Class.  Meat  j. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST  AVENUE.  -���������.������������������-������������������������������������"���������������  ti..a..������..������..  ���������>..4."������..������..������,  First  Class  '���������������..���������"������*������������������*.  i'<  !OS  FOR HIRE  DELIVERED.  WOOD AND  iJAltK  FOR SALE    AND  EXl'RE  ,SS. WORK.  DAVID JOH  PliONE 66  LADYSMITH  ..*..������.. 0..*..  *���������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������..��������� ������������������~>->0 -W ���������*.  >*������������������������������������������������������������ .a..������..*..������..������..  >.������..���������..���������������������������������������������������������..0'<������������<9'*.9  NOTiCE  LADYSMITH   WATER' WORKS  Consumers are rr-tmcntecl to call at    the office     on  Roberts   Street  v-  iay Water     ria.r.es, between the 10th    and. the 25 th of each month.  Offiei Hours I P.?M.4.30  T. I BLANL%  -SUPERINTENDENT.  k-*--*-^. ���������*���������'*.-%.���������%���������-%���������*. ���������������. ���������  .-a ������.-���������.-*.���������������.-*-*-���������%. ���������*������."*.������*.-*-% *--^-<fc -���������������-%���������-������.  WM.  MTJNS1E, President    J. W.  COBUUN, Managing Director..  .Teleph.ane -l-h.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd  Efftoard'a Liniment curea Diphtheria  wa  v*4*  MILLS   AT   FIDDTCK   AND  LADYSMITH-*-'  ShingEes'a ������iDooiailty  MANCFACTCKERS  OF   Ilo*t.������!5 nnd BrvssiMl I'ir aad Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,  f?T7":r:,':,l-;.S,  MOULDINGS,   - ETC.,     of    tlie BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND. DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINLSHINO LUMBER IN STOCK  *  t  t  . *  *  "���������or a cool, refreshing���������  B A T H  Durin?: the Summer  Months Call on���������=-;������������������  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving, Pailnrs, etc.,    Jlij'.h  Street  Esquimau   & Nanaimo Railway  STEAMSHfP SCHEDULE  EFPECTIV  E JULY,  IS.  S, S. JO  Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouver every TiipmIiv at C o'clock am.  Sails from Vancouver lor Ladysnii Ih every   M-aid.iy   and    Tuesday, at  1:30'p. m.  Geo, L.Courtney,  5.S Government St., Victoria, 11.C  District i^issoiifyer, Agent  i ^ i  under New ftlan'ai>ment  HOTEL WILSON  Jus-" R. KcKinneH, Prop.  HkNfklMO  Commeicial   Mens'  be<i(I.in.ivtcrs.  Modern'and     Rtiicily  First Claia  Fhe Proof     Build lag-  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������KatiB"fl.26 andifl.SO���������,  Fro to  all sluamlinnl   bindings .'.iu!  railway daj olc n F.lcctri<''i,������v' ov������ry il ��������� t  ininnlee to all p:.rte of the city, f'.ru  and tnbie'miefC'.iilp.l.  F. FIAYNi*^, P.-oprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������\v7rirjr~co7) k���������  and  ���������WHITE .LABOR���������  Kni])l<j.vod Only  (Half Block trpm Depot.) t  flATAC'RE   STREET-     Ladysmltli.'  Best accommodation for transient  \nd  permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  >  This new Hotel has been comfoit-  a'dy (urnislted and- tho bar Is-up-'to-  i\fii> Rates Jl.ftO a day and ap-  w-vrds. ...        -  UWM. BEVERIDOE, Proa.  JB������-������l������������*il* ���������:*-:.:������������������: :~<: :i-:. L&dyoMUk  i  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  WATSON'S  " Ticket and "Freight ,Office,  *  -        Govei anient-Street.-  2T anscontinental  Trains Daily  The New, Train  ���������OMC   NTAL LIMITED  The Train of    ������  .Ease,   Elcganco, 'Excellence.  .   Every  mile  a  picture,    and  no smoke to spoil the    view.  Through Compartment,   Ob-'  aservation  and Pullman  Sleepers;     also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago. '  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty'  .   Union..   Terminals   with   all  i. Steamer lines.   ,  Berth reservations  i>y   wirel  Great Northern  S.S. Co.  FOR  JAPAN ,AND CHINA.  -Steamships Alinnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Ja-  --I>an    and China ports a*   fre-  ������,iienr dates.      Exact    sailing  .dates can be secured  upon application  to any  Great Northern representative.  S. G.  YBKKES.  -     . A.G.P.!a., .Seattle,  Wash.  ;E. R.j STEPHEN, k " ;  Gen.. Agent, ^VXtoij'a,_P.,Q.  Fletcher Bros:  . ..neaiera In1....  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  II: J. iehts  NURSHIfiES, & SEED HOUSES  ��������� Large Stock of Homegrown  -Fruit and Ornamental Trees  , now    iiint'iirod ior the   Fall  Trade.  .   No expense, loss or delay  of fumigation oi-, inspection.  ���������   Ileailquarters    for    Pacific  Coast, grown Garden, Field,  rfinil Flower Sf-eds  in season. ''  .See Supplies, Spray Pumps ,  Whafe Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  'Fer. Fall-Planting  We do business on our own  jrounds���������no rent lo pay and  are    piepared    to  meet   all  f^comfietiuon.  Let me price your list before placing your order.  Catalogue Free.  M. J. HENRY, .'  3oio Westminster Hoad  VANCOUVER  Plumbing id Tinsmithmg  DONE  AT,  Reasonable Prices  i c-  ,     , By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at reterson's  Furn -  ,ture Store, or telepimnc No 55.  Jit  ���������f'  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPERv GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  I IE AD.OFFICE   - - .*  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  *'(4'4'4>4-4-4'4*^4>4'^4'^+^-r+'^4-^4-4-4f-'-f^^'T^^f-f<f'I-^{-'^l'>T''>;->f^4.4.4.f.4.4M|.  STOVES! STOVES!  wejare iiiaking HI2/\TE^S and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair >Voik  Nicls:ei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  TIL'LEPHONE 53  -���������..���������-.���������..������.-���������.,  i.������..���������..������..������..������,.,..,..������..������..  ������������������������.������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������'  P. O. Box -12.        ;  DUNDEE-  TH6 CIT y 7VY7^RKeT  R. Williamson Prop  *st, Avenue Ladysmith B C  Scotlands Best.  lit liUPl'S DAT (0.  Solo, Agents for B. C  1  PAINTING   AND  PAPEK.HANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done          '"'*"''���������"���������:      "--""���������' " : Orders  Promptly  Execut e  S. ROEDDING    -- -:- --   LADYSMITH  ^fijcaaa  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE 1  \  t  PIANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSBHOLT)     FURNITURE MOVED  PROMPTLY A   Nt)  SAFELY.  Stabled In tbe rear of the Ladysmitb hotel.  Abbots ford  / .    ,'    V  H ++*4*i IHItltH ^-H-^^-H-K +4+4r++++4  Leave orders at   the  J I I  I ri  ^^4������H-H-f   ������> THE UDIPPH   DMR   LEDGER  LODGES  |JkDYSMITH TEAIPLE, No. 5.-  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the,Odd  fellows'' Hall every 2nd and -1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 ,p.m.���������  MRS. KATE TATE,    M.' of R. & C.'  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  DRUIDS.  .Wellington Grove, No. 4, U^A.O.D.  Iieets in thc I.O.O.F. Hall, Lady-  linith, the Second and Fourth ' Wcd-  Jesdays of each month, commencing  I'ednesday, 13lh, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to   at-  |end. ,: Ry Order  WA1. RAFTER, Rcc. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  NOTIW  From      this date the  undersigned  Ivill   not  be   responsible  foi   any   In  }elitednc-;ss     incinred except on  ', a  fiitten orfler Kigned by the. secretary  Itowlaml  RTacliin.  V. ,L   EXPLORATION &. DEVBL  Ol'AlENT CO.,. LTD.  fon'Personal Liability.  Tf,-iM������������. n a..- #������t. isth. '"fl������  uTsTiPSoi  Solicitor,  Rt������.  Money  to   lam  It.   Awed;  -   -'���������   ~  LAOYSWI H  -UBANCiGAR FACTORY  i ' i  (Manufacturers of the Famous '���������  CUBAN   BLOSSOll-        j  "' i  |None hit   Union Labor    Idiiptoyed j.  H   J.   BOOTH. Prop        j  HILBERT  Dr.R."B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All work guaranteed and at reasonable rules.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE     .(  Gatacre T>\ * 0) Ladysmith  Open at all houis.  LADYSftlim , BAKIdRV '  CHOICE     CAKES     AND    PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON  HAND    -  Wedding    Cakes   -Hade    to   Order   ,  I'TlUiTS   AMI)    CANDIES. OF ALL  KINDS.    FRESil   BREAD   EVERY   DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.      All  'Customers are  Treated Alike.  hop lee a co.  on'thp- ������:splanade.  CHjfclUjir.   TT-i-"*"*"    '   ���������������������������������������������������    !��������������������������������������������������� hiMBIUM���������W**l������M6a'  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  9 LONDON,  ILTON, T0R0MT0,  10NTREAL PE8EC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Ana tiic l'rlmlmiir.usiucEs Content of  -.,  Ontario, Quebec, and tho  ftlasitime Provinces.  AI83 TO BUFFALO, HEW Y08K AND  , PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.|  For Tlmu Tallies, etc., lulilwsa  GEO. W. VAUX,      ���������  Apslauint Oen'l l>asi,PHECi-'nnil Ticket Agont,  135 ADAM* ST.. CHICAGO, IU..  dual  subjects   taught;   also '    Un  IguaKep, drawing  in  pencil  and cray-  Ions, paint ng in oils and ,water  col-        n      f^|?TI>f|\/    Q      (\f%  \oth, pianoforte and vocal lessons glv- |     8      PifHtaft   ������ft    If LI  RAYMOND  &  SONS  i  ���������Healers  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Fire  Brick and Vancouver is-  land cement: |     '-.WHOLESALE MY GOODS  3 Pandora.St. Victoria B.C.  |������>n In classes or individually.  |MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, P.C 'fl|a,lufaCturers Of.���������  5ii"i IRONCLAD    BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  , WHOLESALE BBY 60(3  VSGTORM, B. C.  GENERAL BLACK  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT   NOTICE,      DRILLS  SHARPENED BY US      ALWAYS   tHVE  SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A  ND REPAIRED   ���������S II I P S M I T 111 N G    IN      ILL   ITS   BRANCH ES  Horseshoers and "Genera" Blacksmitns.  R, WRJGHT.  Bciller Street   -      -    -     - .Laclyamitli, B C  .j^.j.44.>.2^.I~^I^^^4.^t.:^M-*^+'l'C**!*-*'''l*f*i->^*������I*4''r4''-!-'  ! ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  Will be .Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  jj Fridays and Saturdays  ��������� I      Orders  must be in by eleven o'clock on day of  Delivery,  !  Union  ������, Limited  | NANAIMO;  B. C.  MUNICIPAL BY-LAW  -*-^-^������-  A by-law of tlie Corporation, of the  City of'Ladyismith, to raise by, loan  money, to obstruct an  electric plant  for  the said Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient that Uhc' Corporation    of the City of    Ladysmith, should construct a system   qf  electric    plant  for  the, purpose   of  furnishing; electric light for the use'-of the" said city and the inhabitants  thereof.     . ��������� "'-  Whereas a -petition in ' accordance" witlTSectKji (09) of th* Municipal  Clauses Act has -been presented to the-Municipal Council requesting Ihe  said Council to introduoc;a.   bylaw  for the object'aforesaid.  Whereas aii' expenditure .'ol '$35-,O00 will be necessary to construct -the"  ' said electro' light system which sum must be'*raised by the issuing of  duuentures of the Corporation of t*he Cily , of'Ladysmith, for the said amount, payable in 20 yeais from the, date' hereafter fixed uy this by-law  to lake effect with interest in > the meantime jxiyablc yearly at tlie iate  of  5 per cent,  per annum.  And whereas it will be necessary t0 raise in each and every year dm-  iu{; Uie currency of the said debentures hy a special , rale_for Uie pur  -potc oi paying "the said debt.and interest the sum of $2,<183.33 whereof  the sum ot W ,750.011 is to.be raised annually foi the payment of interest on the said debentures and -the sum of $733.33 is to be raised annually for thc purpose of creating a the sinking fund for the payment of  the debenlines which will retquiie an annual rate of f>������ mills in the dollar lor  paying the'said debt 'and 'interest.  And  whereas the amount of tiie' whole rateable bind or impiomneats  ' or icai property oi tlie said City according to thc     last   revised assessment roll.is  $445,070 .and the   total" amount of  the existing debt of tlie  said City, is nil.  This'.by-law shall not be .altered ,or repealed except with lhc consent  of    the     Lieuteuiuit    'Governor - in Council.  Be it therefore    enacted by ,tlie  municipal) Council/of the City   o������La-  Idysniithi as   follows: ' '  -     1.   It shall *e-lawful for,,-tlie Corporation  of the  City   of  LadysiiiiUi i  (lo  raise or  cause  to <bcr.raised    by   way of    loan    fiom any person or,  fpersoiis, body or bodies, or ^odies corporate, who may   be willing to , ad-  'vance the samu u'hon thQ credit ol MW  itebentureu hereinafter  ineiitioned   a  sum of money not exceeding in the  whole.tlie sum of'S^.OU^, and ui.oii  receipt thereof to cause-the same to   be paid in ten the hands ot the treaa-.  urer of the said City for the purpose.and objects above recited.  1. It shall be lawful for the Corporation' to cause, anyj uuinjber of  debentures to\be made, executed and issued not exceeding in, Uie whole  tlie sum of *a;3,000for suchLsuiu of not loss than $500 each, as may he  ltmiiiied aud that all sucU debentures shall be scaled wilh the seal ol Lhe^  Corpora tion of tbe City of Ladysmith, and be signied' by Uic Atayor of  .tb<i sartl  City -and countersigned   by   the'City Cleric ot the said city.-  3���������The said '-debentures shall'bear date the 1st day of Sci-l., A. U.  lMli, and shall be i>ayahle.2j yeais Irom the said date at the olhce of  the Corporation ot,the-City ot Ladysmith, and shall ha\e attached lo  tliem .coupons tor tlie payment of interest and the signaling on signatures  on the said coupons may be cither written, stamped,' printed ol Ltho-  graphed. . ��������� . '  4.   The said debentures shall bear  interest at the rale' of 5 per  cent.  #0N.G.-,,  In mild  weather,  needed,  ihe chillinoss  c-olco ov wood  mid ^r.'iics for  \y--i &u;iplifjd.  va   is   not  a   house  doora  burns   ooal,  equr.lly well,  both are tilw  wlii.-ji pu   steady  1'itii    ho.   triki'ii   o  with  a  wood    fire ��������� llie    hiv^r;    doublo   i't.'oc  will  admit  a heavy, rough   chunk.  The ' "Sunshine" is u glowing opposition io  cold winter day.4, and will produce more comfort  from the -same amount of fuel than any other  furnace.  You 9lioiild examine tbi ��������� heater before buying  ther. - /3|Jj'  >ld bv eiiloi prising deulera      ^u\)  ,Zri&'tf!$\ lib's  Sole Agents-  MEDICAL COMMITTEE.  'vContinucd';ii'om ;Page i'lwo)  DISDUUSKME^'TS.  liy     Accideut     alluc's      12  jiioaUis,   .June   30,   1900   .$1947 00  ily  lieath  allowance  o������    il.  Toiunieii    ,   Uy Loan to  Ltr. lloglo  .  Lly  A'anaiiiiw   Free     press,  (.advttf.  meeting)     y GO  FROM  THE. CAPITAL.  t  .-.Victoria, -D. C,  Aug.   4.���������Victoria  won the   intermediate lacrosse match  from" Vancouver   by  a score   of      5  to. nil.     The game   was ia g'ood one  250 00  in'.spit-e of the score,   and was     wit-  toessetl  iby hundreds of -blue   jackets  500 00  Jroni  the  date  thereof, .which inteiest shall be payable half fl'.y Nanaimo Herald (adv^t  from the United States warships   at  per , annum  yearly on the lirst-days ol January  and  July  in euch    aud  every    j-ear  duiiiig the currency of the.said'  debeni'mes at  tlve othce of  the Coi])or  ation of the said City  ot Ladysjinith.    ;, x _iut-  5. There shall-lie, raised, and lev ied in each year during the'currency  of tlie. said debentures the'sum of $1,7'50 lor,'the pay Dig of interest, and  the sum of 1733:33'for'the purpose overeating' a sinking fund for the  Payment of a debt coming due under the said debentures making in all  the sum of' $2,483.33.      /  (jv There shall be levied; a������d raised in each ..and every, yeai until the  said debentures and interest thereon _ shall be paid, a special rate on all  rateable land or improvements or real property of the City, in addition  to all other rates suflicieiit to. pay the. interest and ci/eate a sinking  fund for the  payment of the said debentures.  7. It shall be lawful for ,tlie said City, to ledeem all or any oi the  said debentures at par at anyi-time after the expiration of f> years fiom  the date thereof upon giving six calleadar months' notice, which notice  shall l������ deemed to be sulliciently given by a publication thereof foi four  times in tbe British Colombia Ca'iette, and although the holders of the  debentures mentioned in such notice be not specifically named alter the expiration' of tho said period of six'months all interest on the  said deUentures, the numbers of iwbich have been published as aforesaid,  shall cease. '   . _ i _    I     j.   ,        ���������       i .   i      i I  S. This by.-law before the final Passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors of tlie City of Ladysmith, in the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses j Act,, d 000      'I his by-law shall lake ctlect on  the  ��������� day. of  r- A.D.   1900,an.I  shall  he cited  for all purposes  as the Electric Light By-law.  Read the first time on. the 23nd   day of  July,  190(5.  Read the second time on the 23rd day  of July, 1!)0C.  "~Read the  third time on  the 2Sth  day of July, 19(10.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed By-law  upon which the vote of the MAunicipality will he taken at the City Hall  Ladysmith, on Saturday, Hth August, 1900, between the bonis of 8 a.  in. and 4 p.m. J. STEWART, C.M.C.  *BMt*\      ' OESHiNS-'  Ui  U  ^ANDC0PYRi������Hl!i  _          ������  M  ������W      .OCTAWED.'  ?A0VICE AS TO PATEHTABii.'.TY &w i  tNclicein "lnvenllN'i! Aku" ��������� ..,.,  Hook "How to obtain t'uienta" g   V.feSEE  . O/iarflJ.-i moderate.. No fee till patent ia secure-"-'  r        L'otU-rs strictly cnnSdeilLial.    Address,  r E. C. SIGCEBS; Pn!t-n������. tr^ycr, Wnshingion, i). f  :Li).ll.������ULr.  Hfcfe  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion lands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  ������ family, or any male over e ghtecn  years of age, to tbe extent of one-  quarter section of 100    acres,    more  or less.  Entry must bo made personally at  the local land office for thc district  ia which the land is situate,  Tlie homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there-  .with    under   one    of  thc    following  plans:  " (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or moHi������r, if the  lather is deceased), of the homesteader rtsldea upo������ i farm La the vicini  ty of the  land "entered \for,  the    requirements   as to residence may    be  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother. ;,  (I!) If the -settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned hy him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence may ho satisfied by residc'icr  upon the said land.  Six montlic' notice in writing  should be given to thc Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coa.1 lands-may.be purchased .at $.10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be noquirod by one'individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,<10o  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output. .  W.  W.   CORY,  Deinit.v  of   the Minister  r>f Tnt.prlor  Leads' Them    All  IN QUALITY  R.P.RITHET,  ':".'.&'Co.-,. Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency.  ^IC,TORIA.:-���������r.;r::  ~: ;-i--:fl.O.  W.  STLER.  ^NEKAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK  PROMPTfiYDOV^,  Leavo orders at the AbhotsfonL.  Keep  Minard's    Liniment    ia    the  house.  ;!   i  GLASS   GLOBES  When.you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  with the rubber ring ou it,-  as it is the only kind .that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rub|bler'ring  cannot, keep out water, you  can see that by ejeamining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the glolies  ' with the rubber rings, Is gjnar  anteed to be the best, and H  i you want x globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X;  Jones, agent for  HGNRY CREW  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  French    Wreath Co., of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne;  S.A.,  Cor. Potnox Rd. & Milton SL--  NANAIMO B.C.       ~ "  "  I  Vancouver in prosperous and business men report. Ira fie us aooil.  Work at good wages is plentiful and  the city is growing rapidly. Still  there are people liv.ing- thcro who are  neither  rich 6r  happy.  SUMMER DIARRHOEA  IN "ciTILDRrON  During the hot weather of the-summer months' the first unnn.auml looseness  of a fiiihl's .I-.omn'Is .should   have  imiriediattt attention,! so as to dwelt  the disease, before il' becomes serious.  All-that is necessary is a few   doses  of  Chamhlerkiin's  Colic,  Cholera and  Diarrhoea, Remedy followed hy a dose  of  castor oil   to    dense the',system..  Rev. M. O.  StocHIaiwl, Pastor ot the  first M.E. Church,  Little Falls,  Minnesota, -writes:  "We have used Cham-,  berlaiii's-   Colicf   Cholera and Diiarr-  hoea  Remedy for    several years  and  find  it a very  valuable remedy,   especially  for summer disorders in children."   Sold by Ladysmith Phiarmacy  meotinji)  By    Nanaimo ���������-Herald   t re���������  port;   loims) '. .'.   .  By   U.    Spencer '(blankets.)  By  Nanaimo    Free     Press,  (new  rules)      By   John   "^Villiamson   timing  medical  boxes)      liy   J.  U.   Bailey,   (making  medical   boxes)      By   J.   IL, Hoglo,   (supplies  ior   Mod.   boxes.)      By A.  Nasji   (2  panes      of  glass   in   Ambulance)   .   ..  IJ,  ^ q0  Esqjumiault.  . B. -Schwejagers was 'defeated in  the  19 00  jj;  c.  Cahmpionship tennis match to  19 25 daji   by J.'Tj'ler of Seattle.  D. Martin who was   gored  G 00  bull   about two week^ ago  by    a  died   to-  7 50 da5r at "the: hospital.  ��������� o-  11 93  82 65  1 00  Sunlight Soup is better than other soaps, but  8 best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soup and follow Directions'  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J. Ei  Hou$e?> and Sign Paintei  $2,348 93  Dr.  lloglo  and  OT.rlen salary.   ������7308 10  Dr.  Jirysdale's salary   .   .   .    '119 70  Nanaimo,   B.   C.  July  21st,  1906.  Frame Parclesoiuii, a miner who  was injured nt- lirechin mine op  JMay 2S, had a complaint to lay before  tbe   committee.  because of ignorance of tho rules  be bad'nt notified thc shift boss of his  accident, and consequently could not  collect any benefits. He had secured a certificate from Dr. Hogle,  wbirh entitled horn to benefits, but  rould not get them on account of  bis pre\ ious neglect.  After a little, discussion, George  Johnson mo\ed, seconded by Thos.  Rowbotlom that Mr. Bawlesoni get  his regular per diem.  -The motion carried.  The- question of giving a donation  to Ihe Silver Cornet ba.nd was next  brought up for discussion, and after  considerable talk on tbv subject it  was deckled to leave the matter  with tho incoming Medical committee to see about taking up a voluntary   .subscription. L  On   motion'  tho   sum   of   $25  year was allowed   the Secretary  his services.  Votes of thanks were passed to thc  Medical "dicers., the Ambulance class  and tlie Western Puel Company, t(bo  Balance   on   hand   June   30  1906   ..  .$950 07 J  latter   for  their  generous  during  the  post��������� year.  A. vote of thanks was also passed  lo. the retiring Committee and to  the secretary for their services during the year.  The   election of the Medical     Committee    was  next, proceeded with and  resulted,  as  follows:  For.  No.  '!..���������  Geoi'gc  Johnson.  William  Hoult.  Thomas Dixon.  For Protection.���������  Neil   McCuish.  Alfred  Andrews.  Thomas Rowbottom.  This   committee  will   have      power  to  add  two    to  their   numbers,     to  represent   the  Brechin   men,     should  that   mine vo-open.  Mr. J. H. Harwood was reelected  Secretary, after which tbe meeting  adjourned. ...      j      ..-'*������������������  per  for  Lacrosse  Decision.  i  The executive of the B. C. Amateur Lacrosse ��������� Association has handed'down "its decision on charges rnada  by the- Maple, Leaf Lacrosse team,  Mount Pleasant, against the Vancouver Seniors The executive dismissed "the charge of professionalism  against the Vancouver team, bat orders tha't- thc game of July 21st ia  which tho complaiats originated shall  be pla3red over again as it was not  judged by official referees.  PATTERSON DECLINE TO ACT.  Vancouver, Aug. 4.���������Captain Pat  terson has declined to act as one  of the assessors in the enquiry into  the Chehalis disaster, as it would dis  organize the local pilot staff, Justice Morrison has asked Ottawa to  name Capt. Pxistorson's successor,  but as 'yet no answer has been received.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  .prompt' relief must be obtained.  There is no necessity of incurring, expense of a physician's service in such  ca.ses if .Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera arid Diarrhoea .Remedy is at  hand. . ���������' A dose ;ol this remedy will  relieve the pa'tient before Ihe doctor  could arrive. ;It has never been  known to fail, even in the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should, ibe without it. For sale  by' the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  k In in? fast?  donations   I'kei bi sure yoir tickets read  Tie  The only line now������. making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS witk th������  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE ��������� SHORTEST LINE, TP:  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY  ������nd ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information aBk yi   i  local agent or write,  P. W��������� PARKER  General   J ge������!  730 2n4 Av������., Statute  Miiiard's Liniment cures Cold, etc. 'a
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Croin now until- ibe cud ot the season it will probably - grow several
feet more.
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Wean.
LION   BRAND
$M$H$Hfc ^^^^^#^$H$H$HjH$Hfc<$H&$Mfc
Smith, Fotos,
duced into schools it should net.   Lo
overdone.'   In many   cases   ol public
That's All!   school boys he had seen hearts stiain.
ed and constitutions mined' by ovcr-
.WANTED ��� Two imfunilished room1?   , athletic sin.   Tlie mc-nvbers 0f the K.
immediately, by a lady.    Apply   at \ R- & A-   C- ��-nould take note.
Post Office. ;
i    'flic latest menace to life discovered!
1 by the "Lancet" is the. necessary and
��*     i harmless sponge.     Enormous  quanti-
' lies of   "water ,pass-through it, and
Local Ite
( "it is obuous that that- spoiigemust
Miss L. Ingham spent yesterday in ' arrest the    impurities of thc   water
Nanaimo, returning on this mormnfe's)   just as does a g^od filter, and.soon-
tra,n- er or  latter slimy matter accumujiancs/
___.. yie quantity and rtjmality of .which de-
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Dier left on Ibe pend upon tho character of Uie wa-
morning tiain for a week's outing J tcr supply. The use of soap would,
at Sooke Lake. ! as  a nilc, increase- the slime   owing
. ������  | Lo  the    fomiatioii oT insoluble cuids
Mis. das. Hutchinson relumed Horn   ot 1iine *��W-    The'iiumhei of cgan-
Vi��|oria this morning, v.heie she has   iamy a��d tllc amol,Jl1 ��f impurity   m
been spending a few  days. i ''he walfjr ITla?r 1)e ft'uit,e insignificant
 ..  ' m relatively small volumes of the Wa-
���Tust arrived-A splendid Imp of T.a- ! (er> ��ttt Wnon Wle accumulationc.uifeb
dies' Fancy sample Handkerchiefs ' m a sl����'l?p mW ofif.iously teemi, with
sold at bargains at Simon   Leiser &   potentialities foi   evil."     After icad-
Co , Ltd.
Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars
Word has jioen leceived tbat Mr D
White, formerly of Ladysmith, has
joined a ship running to Honolulu as
feecond Ollicer.
A sailor fiam the ship Tellus wn,s
/brought up liefoie Justice of the
Peace .this forenoon and fined W.OO
and costs for being drunk and disor-
deily.
Mr. and Miss Taylor, who have
iheen visiting Dr -and Mrs Wasson,
left-on the morning train for their
home in Oakland, Cal. Mrs. Wasson accompanied them as'fai /as Vic-
toi ia.
Mi. Geo Cassidv, provincial 'nn
stntlle, is <todnv invpsti/mlmg a rnin-
pliunh mad" by Mr f!.ndin"i I,, (t-e
effeel Hint somrhvlv h.ts U\m -homing his hoiscs a I lii': kmncIi nr.ii Ibis
cit' Mr. Oardiner states Ihil (��� ���
of liia horses ba\e been wouvlod
with fine shot within  the past week
None Better-Capitai & ^u��:J^;et Cigars
ing the "Lancet,"   Me, .always feel
hopelesj!. of    leading a healthy life.
The doctors, it seems,  we have always wilh ut..
It iis evident that Loid Kitchener
will be needed to teurganize the British Army, which has as much, or
moi e, need of ham as has the Indian
Army.���Memorial Diplomatique, Paris.
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NANAIMO
NEWS NOTES
JD. J. Ooylo A-oistant General Pas
scnger Agent ol the O. P. R. is
in tbe cily on a linei business visit. Mr. Co;vIe e:\pw is to see the
enliie piovnuu .id\nine in a geneial
way \ery fast U-otn the present
time on. The tourist travel 1,0 the
coast is very hea\y aad will increase fp-om \<>:u Lo year. He speaks
very  er. o'i; igi �����!,
ifnicnrns
Ask for Lion Brand K��iiol<crs,
and you will get tlie best
wealing ,}>oys' odd knickers in
Canada -for the price. Miide
witli double seats, double
J\nees and doulhfle.stitched scami
nude from (all-'W'Ool Halifax
Tweeds. A new shipment just
do h-aiid, so wc have any size
you wish' in stock.
PRICES
50c. to $1.25
It Pays to Buy
GOOD GOODS
Waiter* &
Akenhead
separate contracts.
Mr. Henderson of this city will
construct thc stone fovmlation, nnd
he will commence tomorrow lo tear
down tho present building, and rush
the foundation work with all speed,
so that the clniivh may be built be
fore tbe heaviest' part of the winter weather (.arrives. <f
Randle Bros will install the heating apparatus, and' when the "new
shui-ch is completed, ,lhc plans of
which were drawn up by W. Jl.
Archer of Vancouvei, the congregation of St. Paul's will have one of
tbo most beautiful and commodious
churches that is in  (be city.
The Tejijc and scows and the Kil-
-donan and scows (were in at the
whnif today for coal. Satin day afternoon quite a nunibei of boats,
scows, etc., weie in and for a lime
.the u'hai f staff were kept moving to
attend to the wants of the visitors,
most of whom were unexpected. Tbe
Tellus, loading sacked coal, will complete her cargo tomorrow night. She
cvpeded to complete her loading;vSat
urdav night last, mil was delayed
owing to the inajmily of snekir^the
co.il fast enough.
of   Victoria,   predicting   ^ood times   for the   Capital
tily   and  belu-\od    the entire     island
will   be  .- I  anccd  rapiiil\     from   this
time   ou   iu population   , vi\    wealth
Of JLulvvcV  I'Mi'nsioiis    to   Lhc  north
Sir.    Coyle    is not   u.  a  position    to
give   oui   pij^    mini mat mu,   as   tbei.c
airangemi nts  a'     nil   with  ihe   Montreal    OiTiu'iK niwl   tne\   liavc   not  as
yet gi\en  out   anv   mf< uuation     .Mr
Coyle will Ion i   (his uioi'inng for Vn
toria.
The contract  for th^ building of the
new St.  I'-ul s   flun ��� h   wrti let    last
night to  Messrs "l)ou'/se  nnd   Car\ei
contractoi -. of  \"ani-ouv< r
A  n.">etinu- of  th.^   con rr-'gation    of
the   Church   was held   ! i  I.  nmbt when
the bids   were   opcnccT      There    were
At a mcetui'g in  London of the Ka-   *��l" +pndererH ior th?   oh. two  from
tional League for Physical Education   Vat Mirer, nm' two f nm flu--    city
and  Improvement,   Sir   Laiukr   Ilrun-  T,ho C-ure of the  siu c-^ful   tenderer
ton   the eminent  physician, said  '.hat t was S53D1...   This   only   ripplies     to
if physical, training was  to  De intro-   the structure proper,  ihe    foundation
111         ."���ii. ���         '   ~**~*>a*~~~^.,Jm.m���  and thc    church      furnishings     being
Miaard's Liniment Cures   Garget in   ��� "~~  ~ " _
Cows. Minard's Liniment cures >1 lis temper.
wmmtmm^mwwm mmimmw^
and you will be'thinking about
Dresses I likes Ir -Tau
io meet with these necessities we have stocked some nice Zcplicr
Qlnghams and Prints ail Warranted to wash
vss
KINUCOT ZEPHER GINOHAj
Blue, Red, and Pink Check
7    YDS.    FOR
$ i ���. o o
-.���i^i^cu auxK-o-a*	
CRUMS ENGLISH PRINTS
7   YARDS    FOR
hi 00
Lemons growing in Britibh Columbia is a verj' rare occurrence indeed,
but they mny be seen just the same
and in Niniftimo too The owner of
this lemon tree, that' is actually bear
ing fruit, is Mrs. Thomas fCitchin,
of Newcastle Townsite and she takes
a very natural pride in showing this
tree to visitois, for she planted it
and cored for it hei self, until now
The fruit is developed I o-tlie size of
a large egg, anil though green shows
promise of ripening- into choice lemons of the bc-it <ruiilil>. Mr rCiU-hin
claims that this is the only lemon
1 i'oe in liiitisb Columbia lhat beans
li'iiit.
Other featmos of Mr. Ivitebin's
lustly famous garden ni'e looking
their best at present and are well
worth ii \ifait. rl he Japanese golden
honcysuc'kle that shines in the sunlight like bin iiihhad gold and falls
in luxurious masses over the portico
of the house and makes a most entrancing siglu, tbe golden yew trees
aro also exceptionally pietty and tlui
laurel hedge aiul th.; four varieties
of holly, but pei haps Iho. most unusual feature of the garden is an
immense -cJimhmg scarlet geranium
This flower climbs .from the,ground
over nine 'feet,up the blfle of the
bouse and extends .across a distance,
of fully fourteen feet from side to
side, The bloom is almost indescribable, then; being at .least three
hundred, bum-lies of bright scarlet
(lower showing from the .one stem.
Mr. kilehin chums this variety as
bis own nnd lias eju istoned it- Klt-
cbinonia and believes that the spec!
men in his garden is tho largest
geranium   in   British . Columbia     and
Tho Board of School Trustees
met last evening in the Council
Chamber, present E. Quejmell, (chair
man.) trustees, Barnes, Barlow, Plan
ta and Manson.
The minutes of  the previous     regular meeting were read and adopted.
A   communication  was   read     from
Mr.     Sedgewick,   Principal    of,    the
High  School,   requesting   that     some
scientific   apparatus-   urgently    iKee-d-
'ed, bo  supplied.     This   was   granted
by the Board;  also asking    that tlie
High  School   be relieved ��� of I he-' senior grade.     This grade,    which,   coi-
responds    with  -first year   University
work-  is       taken up  only    at      Now
Westminster under three scachers,   nt
Victoria   under nine lone hers nnd   nt
Vancouver   under   eleven.   During    nt
least half of the school year, we hav^
iu Nanaimo   to deal with   five    dit,-
tinct classes,   three of those    classes
are being prepared   lor   examination
and demand help in .some  IhirLy-two
subjects of   test.     With  these   consid
erations  in   view,   the   teachers     con
ventioti,  lately held,   resolved      that
t(he   smaller      High Schools     should
not   take   up   university   work.    _' It
would therefore appear advisable that
the High  School    should _ be   .reliuv;
ed of  the senior       grade,    at    least
until   such   time   as 'a third   .teacher
can be appointed.
After ' sofme 'discussion the Board
decided to grant the request, as
they were not in a position to take
up tbe Question of tlie appointment
of a third teacher, and it did* nqt
seem wise 'to handicap the lower
grades in the High School by " attempting to perform the university
work    or only two  or three pupils
Arr. Dongan, secretary of the Teacl^
ers' Convention wrote asking to remit $-L0O the Board's share of the
incidental expenses hi connection
wilh the recent convention.
BcquesL  gi^anted.
:��id    .  pay
ordered   paid   if   found correct.
Applications    for   the  vacancies' on
tho teaching stall' were  then received
from Miss. 3A. Frame, Miss.   M.'    L
Jones, Miss.  AL J.  Alowat,  and Miss
Olive Randle. ��� .    ���"       .     "
three  named    were   declared  appointed, i
Miss. Frame to the "2nd Pi\ ision
in tbe South Ward, Miss' Jones to
the' 'tth Division m the Middle waid
and Mi=s Mowat-to the Oth Division in the Central school.
1 Tenders were received for reshtng-
ling the Southward school rand for
repairs   to outhouses, as follows:
Jos.  BiishfieM S3J5
J.  A.  Baxter     '.   ... '   fU 7.
T,.  0.   Young      252.
The tendei   oi Mr.    Young  was accepted.
The Board thr��n adjourned   Lo meet
on the  first   Saturday  in  September.
These Apples are just the thing for
making Jelly, being fresh and juicy
| A shipment of.above just received,
from   Salt   Spring   Island
S1M( NLElSERi CO Ltd
m
fc    FRESH SUPPLY OP���~ -    c���      ~^       =S
The   monthly   accounts
sheet for >luly       was read  and
g^ WE HAVE ON HAND SOME VERY N1CE-
*E ROLLED CORNED BEEF       	
13 I-2C. LB.    ^
E A. HOWE 1
g MEAT   MARKET , 3
B��^inaflfawtsaB^gs��g^^BsasiaaBini
SCREEN DOORS
* 7 -* -    .* *; ^  .	
We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with
Hinges, Etc, F3r
$1.50    EACH
LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED
1,000 NEW
COMIC
2 FOR * CENTS
���AT���
Knight's Boak Store
t
W. G. Fraser
Merchant Tailor
FIRST  AVENUE.
Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your
Satisfaction. Call and see Stock
DIAMONDS
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Pioneer DatHin�� Worhs
1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C
1.1 luffiiiiin?, Prop.
MANUFACTURER  OK .
Carbonated Beverages.
(linger   Beer
Fruit Syrups
P.   O.   Box  248
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Just received, a shipment of DIAMOND RINGS lhat. we haw se-
cuied bcfoi-e Umj last advance in price and will sell them at old
piices, thereby You will Save Twenty Pei* Cent
Wc can show you a nice, genuine Diamond Ring set in  Ilk. gold,
From $7.50 to $250
B  FORCIMrtER
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician
FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSHITH
The Proof of the Pudding is in
the Eating
So it is   \yith the
Pyramid Brand
���rr-OF������ "     .
PAINTS
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1�� e*
A Fresh Shipment of������ r��� .   ���
Q R IP F IN ' S  B.C. BACON
TWENTY CENTS PER POUND
IR & ADA/V1 i   &
 -M ,, ,,    . tail
���������j^ xue Place to Get   Good School SIiooj **7
FT-
G. PAN NELL
GAT ACRE ST.        LADYSMITH
Fresh Heats Always on Hand
eo����������o��e������oo��o*����e��  ������tf��9*i��*tc*8^��*a����*e
The enormous amount of these jRainW
used' hy-the pdlhlic is proof positive,
that it is giving perfect satisfacttion
both in the (quality., and price;
��
Granite and Marble Works
Grani(e and   Marhle Monu- .
ments, Tablets, etc., at  Uic
lowest     prices     consistent
, with  first class  stock    and
workmanship.       "Yrite.   for
catalogue.     ���-,"'....
: '       A.   STEWA'RT,
148 Yates St. Victoria  B.C
We carry Uic best and largest as-
sortud stock of Varnishes north of
Victoria, also wWdow glass, picture-
mouldings, wiamels, varnish stains,
brushes, etc. '   ���
1TH ILL PAPER DEPOT
Harry Kay, Proprietor
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Smoke a Big B. Cigar.
NOTICE.
If you want   to sell your chickens
for a fair   price, bring them to   J.
X. "Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.
>.��.^.....-..-���-riw
Dr. Dicr can be found at any time
at his office on Oatacro street. His
dental work la guaranteed to hc first-
class, and rales  reasonable.
Smoke Little B Cigars.

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