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 AILY  "~7* 1���������  VOLMa  TUESDAY,  AUG.  7. 1900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  IVOTE ON MONEY BY-LAW  ON SATURDAY NEXT  -*.^--%^  Ic-ancil Have   Asked Company to Run an EarlvTfain  Voters Who Work ih the Mines Will Have,'  -    a Chance to Vote  ':���������-���������  so  That  WITHDRAWS PUBLIC  COAL LANGS  RICH QUARTZ  STRIKE IN VICINITY  Of  ������-������������������������������������-  **3K  lonsidef able Work Will be Pone on Streets by the} Stumping Ma-  .   chine, Which is Due Here in  About Three Weeks '(  -~������-  Tlie Seattle I'ost-Intclligencer just  to hand, contains the lollowing: A  recent onler of President Roosevelt,  aud Senator Hitchcock withdraws  iiom enlij ;i cousideiable poitioii oi  Llie co.ii hinds of Washington.  vVheii Uie great coal strike was on  in the .anthracite coal legions oi  Pennsylvania a few yeais ago, the  American public was piesented with  lhc sellout, situation that would accompany a determination of mine  owners not to open then properties  or of the transportation companies  not to convey the output to market  Ever since that controversy Picsrdeut  Roosevelt and other leading statesmen in the couutiy have been endeavor ing to woik out a method by  iv Inch the public may not be deprived oi  fuel in    case of   anothei pio-  Mr. S:' Gould attended thc''council 'far as lie Avas concerned personally, | it was decided that the city cleik be  they wanted one to then properties, ' Uacte(l cessation o������ work-in the coal  inceting last evening, for the purpose he had ascertained . to   his satisfac-  |������f interviewing the Mayor and,Alder-  liien regarding the, question of changing" the hours for voting on the electric light question on Saturday next..  Mi. Gould slated that a laige num-  liei of, the voters would bo working.  In the mine oil that \layV and as the  J rain would not arrive in Ladysmitli  liefore four o'clock, it 'would- be   im-  I <, t  possible' for them to vote unless   the  liour of closing the polls was changed.  ' '     -     -  Mayor Nicholson explained to Mr.  Jjpuld that the .council weie powerless to change the houi ,for 'closing  Ihe-polls, as the Jaw distinctly,sta'l-  jd that the/time of voting should he  |iom eight o'clock in/the morning uu-  ]iI_four in the afternoon 'Last year  fhe government had' heen inlcrvmwea  in this -question, and -an'attempt,  (so have a change made in tliisvics-  Jpect, but "it "had   met with failure.  (The only thing" left to do  was  to m-  tioTi that the clecluc lights could be  luinished as cheaply, or veiy neaily  so, as coal "oil ' lu fact, the difference in cost would not pay foi clean  ing the lamps However, it was almost impossible to gue an exact  estimate ol thc probable cost at this  tunc. Of couise, the more houses  fu'imslied with light,',thVcheaper the  lale'would be foi those taking same.  Once n plant is cstablished.it is as  jchcap to funiish five hundred" lights,"  foi example, , as; it .was lo furnish  thieo hundie'd, and ol unuse the  moie lights -luiiuslicd, the, cheaper  the lates would become.      "  .  Another thing which he thought  should .hare been explained'more fully ^to some, of the lalcpaycislwas-thc  question ot street lights.1 Theie arc'  many who are of the-opinion that'if  a plant is installed the main streets  such as tlie Esplanade and. Fust Avenue would have" neaily "ill the street  j lights,' while  given instructions ta order five hundred pounds at a time, to he^oider-  ed as"   needed. i  Drains. "��������� *>  Aid. Campbell's complain of the  week1 befoie icgaiding the "sewerage  issuing fiom thc Euiope Hotel on  Fust Avenue, was (nought up again  last evening. <  -Mayor Nicholson stated that while  he had not been pieseiit at thc meeting the week pievious, he understood  that there had  been some discussion [Aid.'Patterson moved that the  regarding lus drain on Roberts street  | At least  he had seen some, mention  made of this .matter in The Ledger.  Aid.  Patterson replied that he"  had  l of cued io tho-drain in fiont of His  Woiship'si place and in front of    the  othei residences between the Mayor's  house and Fiist Avenue. Aid. Campbell had  seemed  to  want  a   -drain  which are    situated   above Pagan's.  They thought they were entitled    to  a  road as much as Mr. Fagau  been.   ~  Aid.  strongly on the question, lie stated  that if men insisted on buying lots  away out in the swamp, they should  not expect the city to build sidewalks in to them. Why could they  not buy a decent lot in thc lust  place.     After considerable discussion  mat-  The Whitehoise SUryof July 27th,  contains the following: While details icgardint the new quaitz discovery in the Watson river country  aie not yet obtainable, reports are  numerous and agree that it is by far  the nchest strike yel made in the  North.  ^ The entire couatiy has been staked  and the lowest assay of ore from  there yet made by Government As-  sayer Robert Smart shows value in  gold and silver combined of over  $900 to the ton.  Colonel Conrad has secured interests in a large number of claims and  has already established a camp and  is developing the propcity. One re-  poit is that at no place is the vein  from which sample? for assay weie  taken less than thieefeet wide.    ^ .  The" country is full of prospectors,  and it is piobable tbat other leads  will be discovered and that hundreds  moie claims will be located between  now and winter.  By leaving thc railroad at Robinson the new territory is easy of access, thc distance .being but 22 miles  and over an almost level expanse oi  countiy.  New Townsite.  Messis. \\. C. Grainger and H. W.  Pl������-|the term "getting in on the ground  pie- floor" have located and hied applica-  fioin tion for a townsite at the present  lailroad siding known as Robinson ou  the White    Pass    railroad    21 miles  put ni on Fiist Avenue in front   of  stump on  the   streets of Ladj smith,   happiness and commercial prosperity  the Europe    Hotel,  and the speaker  lu���������" by, one-horse powei/ioi the sum   uf the whole people, dml cougiess de-  opirnon   -that    Roberts >  was ot   the  'of four bundled dollais.    -The council  dined     (o   come    to-his assistance.  .'lew.theWellingtonj^ neeiteu    it. as badly as    any. Uereof the opinion that while   this  Then  y's ofhcialsKanrl'ask' tliom" to'rim . will "Mali 'xeiiTain 'in" darljiiess^"~Tliis, 'Another! hing,  residents on " the   hill'might be a    veiy    good machine,   it I "The  pany  Ithe train an houi, or  half an    hour'  ���������earlier on that day. _  Mayoi  Nichol-  json stated that this was the    main  {incentive for his return to the   city  last evening.    He ed to see son������  Ithing done in  1 ���������tter.    He   ex  plained that it c..lainly the wish  of the coun o .have every voter  j possible vote^ on Saturday next, t.ud  if_ it was in the powei of the .o in-  cil to change the houis, (hey certainly would .have done so ri\v-  ever, he anticipated no difTicul!.y iu  seeming the consent of the company to run the train eailier on Saturday.  Aid. Patteison moved that Mayor-  Nicholson and Aid. then interview  Mi. Andiew Biyden and .other ofli-  cials of the company if nccessaiy tor  Ihe above purpose Accoidingly, after the council meeting admumed,  His Worship telephoned Mr. Bryden,  making the request. 'The lattei gen- j  tleman    stated    that while he could \  have  oi couise, was a mistake." In fact,'  the mam streets would have iewei  street lights (ban an\ other portion  ol (hc city. Wherever there were business houses theie would be lights  in the' window, and it would- be un-  neeessaiy to have stieet lights burning. On the other hand the poitioii  oi the city situated on the lull would  iequire lighting by street lights, as  the houses am se.itteie.d, and tlie  light issuing fioth them would not be  ol much use loi street lighting If  neiessaiy a by-law could be passed  to (hc cflect that all 'business   houses   which' proved a  stieet needed    it, as badly as    any. | were of the owimon that while,   this  Then the President took a '&$r tack:  'examination by the geological  survey in accordance with the instruc  hud heen notified  lhat they    would j Wlis too late an the season   to    have  to    repair    their    own drams'one  built and tested.    If it did  where they were proving a   uuisance  WOik as claimed,    it     would be  to their neighbors, and they had done Ughr, but on the other baud, it  Iho  so.     It therefore was not fair   that  council wailed until one  some should    be obliged to do    this alld lt then    pioved  woik if  the city was going to doit   season   would    be   too   ~ - --------       (|^.    WIC    Jal,Luau   J.UMII1  centre.'    The tract Is  dry and is admuably  free for others. lAld. Campbell suggested that thc mattei be allowed  to lest, stating that he could stand  the nuisance if  others could.  M.iyoi   Nicholson was not of    this  opinion.      He stated    that   if  was a drain  must leave then lights burning dm  ing Ihe night, or such tunes as'they  aie needed lor stieet lighting pm-  pos.es lt was done in other cities,  and theie was no leason why it  should" not be  done heie.  Regaidiiig the giving of an estimate of the cost per light, the best  method of seeming j, basis on which  to liguie would have been to make a  theie  in    front of his    place  nuisance to passers-  not last evening give any definite an- |canvass of thc city and ascertain the  -swer, he would do  what he could to I number ol lights which would be tak-  have the tiam  reach Ladysmith ear- ;cn      Once this was known the leveller, and loday Mr.. Bryden will   interview other officials and inform Iho  council of the lesults this   evening.  While speaking of the electric light  question, Alii. Campbell wanted to  know it the council were going to do  anything in the way of demonstrating what electric lights would cost  for each house, in order lo let the  people know just what they were going to pay provided lights are installed.  Mayor . Nicholson reminded , Aid..  Campbell that it was himself, who  had some time ago turned this proposition down, remarking that it was  best to let everyone vote as 'they  saw fit. However, His Worship regretted that-the council'had taken  no steps in this direction before.   As  j mie to  be dei wed could he found and  consequently   the   rates  figured    out  However,    it    ivas too hue, now    to  canvass the city.  To Clear Slumps.  A communication was icccived    by  the council  iiom   Mi.  Ford,  proprietor n  the slumping    machine   which  staled    that     he  would  scud u   man  here to .'commence blasting on    Monday next, and requesting' the   council  to order  about que ton of powder for  hlastiiig' purposes.     He stated that.if  any was   left over after the    stumps  had been    cleared,  he  would     undertake, to  buy   'it    at  the same price  paid  by  the council. .: Some of     tlie'  aldermen thought one  ton too   much  to buy ut once, as  in the city to keep  there is no place j at present.  this amount, and'a sidewalk  paired.       It    was suggested that   it '  was the duty of  the sanitary    com- '  mittee    to    look  after these things, '  and foicc the residents to attend   to  then di.nns.     Aid.  Campbell    made  the suggestion.       His Worship    read  over 1he  list  of  names of those    on  thc   sanitary    committee, and    Aid.  Campbell's name was amongst them.  Aid. Uien is chairman    of the   sani.  'Uiy committee,  and he stated   that  as tar as he was concerned he    did  not think it advisable at piesent to  force these things  too much.   , If he  slatted to    make  one person attend  to    Ihe    chains,    he could find fifty  othei.s which should be attended    to  just, a.s quickly.      hi   fact, he   would  have to  visit nearly every house   in  town,    giving    notice, warning, etc.,  and this he did not propose  to do.  The, Mayor suggested that he and  others' be notified, and he for one  would attend to  the matter at once.  Aid. Tha had a request to make.  I le states -tha t -Messrs. Al ton and  A hdcrson" had complained that they  had no road  leading   to their   house  mines. <  vi*   I*UUII������ llie recent session ol    con-  Mr. l<agan    had'&ICbh ell0lU \VCLe made to iccul|! ie_  '. , ' gislation that would enable the   gov-  Luen cxpiessed himself lather ' eminent to keep contiol ol the output of coal. With this object in  view Senatoi La Follette", ot Wisconsin, ofiered a scnes of resolutions  and Senatoi Spooner ot the same  siale, at    the    icquest of Secietaiy  Hitchcock,    endeavoied   to seeuiepn j Vance, with    a full    appreciation of  the gene il appiopiiatiou bill a   pio-'the i������rm  "e  'vision that, would authorize the  ! ter be  left in  the hands  of the stieitl sideut to  locate and withdraw  committee.   Cauied. entr>   all public coal  lands. But con  , , Communications. jgicss adjourned without action.  C. E. RobcleeVletlei, which    had      1'he Anthiacile coal Regions oi Pcim- SOuth from Whitehoise and at a point  been' laid "over one  week, came    up U.vlvania aie fcitile  fields foi the pro-   wheie the trail   starts to the    rich  foi discussion last evening   It will be  pagation   of industrial troubles' and   m,neral leads lately discovered in tho  remembered that Mr. Robclcehad of- 11'iesideiit Roosevelt deteimined   that  Watson livei     countiy on Gold Hill  fere'd to inake .^stumping    machine 'those     local   disputes should not be and ijodnott mountains where about"  which he. guaranteed would .pull   any   pei nutted to embarrass the domestic  onc hundred" quaitz claims have been  The new townsite which the awn-  staked within the past ten days,  at once by H. G Dickson, D.L.S.,  ers will have laid of! m town lots"  comprises' 320 acres which rs divided  by the railroad running thiough it's  level, high and  adopted foi the  pmposes for which it will be utilized  The first work on the property will  he the digging oi a well and the erection of a substantial log house by  the locatois. L. N. Markle has al-  leady made application for a hotel  license and will at once begin the erection of a building.  Many Scows,Wiecked.  Woi d has been received here of the  wrecking o five scows in the Yukon  at Rink lapids. Two of the scows  belonged to S. Hielscher and were laden with cattle, sheep and hoises.  The stock was saved.  The othei three scows belonged to  Jack Dalton and were being taken  light to Yukon Crossing to take on  cattle for Fairbanks. The scows weie  a total loss.  Local Copper Workings.  The fact that Biyon White has not  been in town since he- went to the  Pueblo and Cailyste copper properties nearly three weeks ago is an indication that he is satisfied with his  present surroundings A large lot  of supplies have since been hauled out  (o his camp, and work is being earned on steadily. Visitors to the  camp icport that the ore lead already stnpped is more extensive than  it was evei previously supposed the  countiy possessed.  Mr. White is said to be highly elated with-what his work has brought  to light. ,   } '  was tested  a failure, the  fai advauce'd  for woik this ye.u. Accordingly the  lettei was leceived and filed.  I Robt. Manon, health officer ol Vancouver, wrote the council in leply to  a lettei received by him iiom City  Cleik Stewait asking foi mfoima-  ' tion icgaiding a disinfecting machine  Which it had been tlie intention of  the    lauli smith    council to put chase  by, he would certainly lepau   it   at  once.       lie    also    thought that the   ,i.    ���������,    "       4   .   .       ,     -out fiom the  national ram til  rh-iit. a.,   i.\.o<   o,.-A...       ������111 Ail- M������uum stated m his coinmunica-iOUL lIom Llie  nd"������nai capnai.  main on   lwrst avenue should be   re-i.,  ,   ., ���������.        ., .. , 'Washington      coal       lipids     h<>  turn that in Vancouvei  the machines i ������ ' utius,    ne  have diopped out of use.    The wnter  t then gave particulars of the maniici  iu winch the disinfecting of houses  is    conducted    in  the Terminal city  ,The lettei, was icfeucd to Di Was-  son, local heal lii* officer.  | The city cleik asked that an auditor be appointed to commence auditing the city books. He explained  that 'While it  was still a  long  time  |until the end of the year, il a man  was appointed now he could take his  time in auditing, and could at. least  have the past seven months to woik  on.  Mayoi Nicholson suggested that, as  Mi Win Russell had acted lastye.u  he be asked to fill the otlicc this  year.  Aid. Uren stated that no better  man could he found for the,office, if  he would .consent to act. He had  given the best of satisfaction previously, and he moved that Mr. Russell be interviewed on the subject.  Carried.  ...se present at last night's meeting were Mayor Nicholson,  Aldermen  public land believed (o contain coal  deposits. The piesident, though, desired the withdrawal of only those  sections known to possess workable  coal. Accordingly the aiea was le-  (tuced   to six million acies.  The coal lauds withdialvvn fiom en-  tiy aie situated ln^JJew Mexico, Col-  oiado, Utah, Wyoming, Noith Dako  ta, Montana, Oiegon and Washington  Jusl n hat coal lands in Washington have been withdrawn fiom entiy  aie not mentioned in  the advices sent  The  almost    wholly    west of the Cascades,  e\lending in a  broken line from   the  Canadian bender to the Columbia   n-  ' ver      They aie within easy reach of  tide  water and all ot  them have excellent facilities for transportation.  These coat boutidaues have not been  | aeciualely  traced and the exact area  of coal heaiing lands is not   known.  Coal,  howevei, is found in Whatcom,  Skagit,  King,  Pieice,  Kittitas, Lewis,  Thinston and Cowlitz counties.  |    lt is Ihe opinion of C. E. Houston  , who is  iu charge of   the coal    ollico  j ot the  Paciliu Coast Company, which  j is car lying on sonic   of  the most extensive coal milling operations in the  state,  that the witudiawal ordei   la-  sued  bj      Secietaiy     Hitchcock will  ���������fiave.no elicct upon the coal    industry in Washington.for the reason that  allof   the workable coal lands in this  state passed  to the possession of  ei-  The council had put  in  to-   Fagan:s house, and  '^ia->  Campbell, Patterson and Uren.  FOR LIP-  TtDN'S GUP  San Diego, Cat., Aug-. 0���������The first  of a series of three yacht races for  the Sir Thomas Lipton challenge cup  took place today. , Jt vvns over n  triangular course off Coromido beach  ten miles to a. leg, twice around..  Mischief TT, the largest  boat  in  WILL FIGHT  ���������       A. DUEL  Paris, Aug. ti.���������A duel between  .Cfeiiejails Andre ,<ui,il Denegriei- is a-  w-aited with interest owing to thu  fprbiniitenco' of tlie principals. Cqiieral  Donogrier- today minted as his seconds Generals, Langlois mui Dnch-  e.s,ii(! who will tirrarsge- tho details  with General A-ndro's seconds,- Gen-  race gave the Monsoon six seconds, 'erals Balainan and Chcvillnrd. There  Aeolus 31 seconds, the '���������Sk'ihdoo <t j is bitter animosity betvveeen the  37 seconds,  and the Estalla 14 miu. -principals  owing-   to   the exchange  of  have  which  the  I probably   will   take   place  tomorrow.  General    JJeivegner   recently    wrote  to a Paris newspaper correcting some  statements which General Andre,  tho former .Minister.of War liad  made concerning hiiii, and asserting  that General Andre lied when he said  that Dcncgricr. had asked to be retained in the service after hav.ing  reached the age limit, because he  had been commander in chief in In-  do China, which Andre,, then Minister of War  refused   to  do..  minutes  13 sec.  the Mischief I four   minutes  the    epithet    '-liar"      Pistols  been chosen for the encounter,  The. officers of the IT. S. fleet now  at TCpqitimaulb were guests of honor at a ball at the government  house yesterday. . ''  PASSENGER  TRAIN WRECK  Pittsburg, Pa., Aug-. (.'..���������The Pe-nii  .sylv&nia and Now .York Limited oh  the Pittsbui-g-Oi|iiciniiati niul Chicago St. Louis railroad was. wreck  uil while entering this city last evening. Two passengers were killed;  _ o   Victoria, Aug. G.���������J. E. Church  the well known A. O. U. W. worker, and a leading citizen died today  suddenly of hemorrhage of the  brain.  ther individuals or corporations some  time ago.  '"'flicre are," said Mr. Houston,  "few if any good coal lands in this  state that are subject to entry under the government mining regulations, If there are coal croppings in  Washington the���������< veins are small, broken and not, workable.  "The. order may,.however, have the,  effect of increasing the output of coal  for coking purposes. At present California obtains its coking coals from  Colorado. If the order withdrawing  coal lands from entry limits the mining of coking coal in Colorado so  that California will have to come to  Washington for such cupplics it may  have the ���������effect of stimulating operations in our collieries; but even this  is not probable. The workable coal  lands- in Washington have already  passed from the control ot the government."  BENEFITS OF  A. AND B. FUND  New   York,  sweltered   all  the evening,  Aug. (>.���������New York  of today arid far into  for this   was   the  hot-  The following  are thc benefits  paid  by the Wellingt  on-Extensiou,  Medical  Accident   and  Burial  Fund  or    the  month ending J  uly 31  E.  LOWE  , Sec.  Jas. Steele        ...$32.00  A.  Strang   ... 31.00  D. Wright         ....   9.00  T. Reuwick.......  ,   ....   8.00  C. Thompson         .... ao.co  F. Duchene      .... 23.00  F.   Refraine.......     ....   6.00  Win. Russell   ....   5-������6  E. Lowe ?         . ������������������   5-09  Harmony Lodge  (Rent)  ...    2.50  test day here this year. Upwards  of twenty persons in this city a-  lone died from the heat, and the  prostrations numbered some scores.  The. thermometer registered as higgi  The thermometer registered as high  as 102 degrees.  "      c, lit  lit!  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One Year (la advance) $5.00  One Month  _ ... ~  SO cents  ' The liquidators anticipate that the  new railway line up Roncev-allcs  avenue   will have the   effect   of   mat-|  TUESDAY  Aug.   6,   1906  SPIES STEAL BRITISH PLANS  Government Takes Stops to   Protect  I  National  Secrets.   '  London,,      Aug.    6.���������The  statement  that   foreign spies   are  in     l^ngland  in great numbers  nnd  haviv recently  stolen  the    secret  plan''    of  the now  naval  g^m   has  just   been    confirmed  by the authorities.   The   gun is   con;  sidored' -tho   most powerful yet invent  ed,  and    was  intended    for  1he     big  battleships of the Drendiinuglil    pattern.     The  plans  we.ro stolen  by the  s"pies    of an European   power,  it    is  of course hinted.     The theft   has led  to the discovery of a completely organized   system   of foreign espionage.  The Government  is taking steps     to  more   thoroughly     protect     national  <  secrets.  erially    increasLns   (he    value  of     the > Tom   could'nt   help  handing ihom at--  omul.  Band   Rcuidents.  The  playing   of FranUi'e  cm  the  J-T.  Air of the wearing or the Green  was  loudly   applauded  by a    selection of  eggs.  This brought  Ihe Programme  to  a  most   consecutive  clothes.   o   le Picnic ended Willi a short Band human diseases ai e' frequently as  Concert, conducted by Thirsty .Joe. which Mr. Wcllman faces. 'IP there  *vho conducted s0 superbly that Long | is v,hat may,  by  a  grim stretch   of  jsquimalt   & NanaimB Railway  property. Already i,hore have been  many applications to purchase lots.  The houses are nearly all sold.  In view of the scope of tlie operation of thc company, and, still more,  of the standing ^ of many of 'the  directory in relation to other important enterprises in tho financial  world, the anticipation of a final  settlement, highly favorable to the  shareholders, which were cherished in  many quarters, have now become general.  ithe imagitia-tion, be called legalized  suicide," it is justified by the degree  of usefulness and service which dis-  linguish t fiom lhat which i,s���������-mere  waste.     - ���������    _, '      ,  Try Capital and Nugjrei Cigars  TERRIBLE MARINE DISASTER  .Cartagena, Aug. C���������A terrible marine, disaster occurred off Cape Palos  when the steamer Scrio, from Genoa  for Barcelona, Montevedio and Buenos Ayres, with 800 persons on board  was  wrecked  oil   Hormigas island-  Three hundred immigrants, most  of them Italians and Spaniards, wciy  drowned. The captain of thu steam  -er committee suicide. .The Bishop of  San Pedro. Brazil also was lost, and  it is reported that another bishop  is among the missing.  Tho remainder of the passengers  any the officers and crew got away  from the ship in boats or were (rescued by boats sent to them from  shore.  A number of fishermen who made  attempts at rescue were drowned.  Those rescued from the vessel are  now at Cape Palos in a pitiable  condition being without food- or  clothing.  ANNUAL PICNIC OF  THE   WINDJAMMERS  (Contributed.)  TJie      Silver    Cornel   Windjammers  held  their annual  jamboree ut.   Delirium  Cove,  Jesse  Island,  on     Sunday  tlie   5th.   ' All   the ni'-miiers      turned  out   except   those   who   wont     somewhere ul.se-     They had lots of frieiuls  with   thcin   but   the   euemii-s   ntu   and  drank  tlie  most.     The  following     is  tho list  of accidents  that  occurred  Races.  Girls  under    9   years-���������.1st,       Hazel  Martin', 2nd,  l.iwic Thomas.  Gills  under  Jt.  years���������1st,    Maggie  Thomas,    2nd,   Agnes Rivers.  Girls under o" years���������lbt Ella Freer  2nd,  Georgina Tho,uias.  Boys  under  9  years���������David" Hardy,  1st; II.  Fisher 2nd. '  Bandsmen   Race���������Glad  "Foster    1st,  Robert Rivers, Isi   (dead 'heat.)  Men's Itaeef��������� 1st,    VY.   Rivers;   2nd,. II  L.   Thomas.  Long Legged Race between     Colm  tho Terrible  Swooc and   Instrumental)  Pete.     This  was  tho  most  enjoyable  series    of,the Races,   flint   concurred.  The  terrible  swede,  ran on his hands  and^eut ami busted his braces. Ijnstru  Walter Wcllman will soon set   sail  hi his- 'Walloon airship in Hie effort to  cover the 550 odd miles now between  him  and  the  North  Pole."  In < spite  of    studied    precautions and    costly  tkuipmenti tho chances appear doubtful of hi" living-to itc]l_ the talc. The  menace of  Uie elements quakes   more  ]il>cly some such Tate as befell     Andre   Accounts of Andre's mumler 1ny  ignorant   na   <tives in "northern  latitudes "have little evidence to support  them against the prcfhablili'ty that bis  balloon  sank- into   the'sea  and   -that  lie  was    drowii'L-d.       Mr.    Wei I main's  chances  oT living seem   scaicely     no  good 'as "those 0f the avo age person  who attempts  suicide.     But organized soc.ic.ty repudiates    and endeavors  1o frustrate    attempts     at   suicide,  while' it'applauds such hazardous un-  derlakiiiigs as this.    The- perils undergone by physicians in experiments in  great     as,    or  greater,  than   those  "or a cool, refreshing���������  BATH  During the Summer  Months Call on   STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  s  EFFECTIV E JULY, IS.  Sails from Ladjs'milh for Vancouver every Tuesday at (i o'clock a.m  Sails from Vancouver foi- Ladysmi lb every   Mj.nd.ry   and    Tnesdav   at  1:30 p. in.  Shaving  Parlors  THOMAS LEWIS  clc,    IH&ji Street  ' Geo,'L/. Courtney,  District Pj������������;s<������m#<t Ag'cnt  5S Government St., Victoria, P..C.  mental Pete ran th(j swiftest but got  there the slowest by making tho aq-  uataitanoe of a hornets nest and the  ladies laughed-so loud'that the handsome boy blushed -so long that his| and delay may prove fatal  hair turned red.  The most   enjoyab-   by Ladysmjth Pharmacy.  "MAKE HAY WHILE  THE SUN SHINES."  There is a,lesson in the work of  the thrifty farmer. ' He knows that  the bright sunshine may last but a  clay and he prepares for the showers  which arc so, liable to follow. So  it should be with every household.  Dysentery, diairhocs and cholera/'mor-  bus may attack some of the members of the home without warning.  Channberla'in's Colic, Choleia and  Diarrhoea Remedy, which is the best  Known, remedy for these'.diseases,  should always be kept at hand, as  immediate    treatment    is necessary,  -For sale  Under New ARic-agnreut  HOTEL WILSON  Jus. R. KcKiiinell, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial  Mens' lieadja.ivters.  Modem  and    "Strictly J'irsi Gluts,  tfire Proof-    Ituildlif.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� Ilaufl 7I.U0 m diJl.fiO���������..^ ,  lrie to  all fLiMinbyat   latidsniK���������������\:id  railway depots, filoru-ic'.-ar- everyri .t  oiinntea-lo nil 'pnrln of (,1m city. Rat  and taliiojinpxeejk'd.  l<\ BAYNRS,, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, "0..  i  sti;am' ni:AT������n  I--URNISHKU  kooms.'  BAR SUPl'UKl) WI'l H BR;*I"  WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS  BBOTSFORD  A. J. McMUk4"RlU, Proprietor  Newly I'itted up and  Furnished  LADYSMI3II,   . C  Good tables and pood  Rooms  |THE_JONES HOTEL  ���������WillTE^iJOOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LAUGH   Employed Only  (Half Block, from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-      Ladysmith.  This  Hotel  has  HOT  EXPECT  STORMY MEETINGS.  Chicago,   111.,   Aug. 0.���������Union team  filers   from many cities in the United  States and  Canada gathered Jiere  to  day for the annual convention of the  brotherhood    of teamsteis.    The   political disturbance within the   organizations   are expected , to cause some  stormy meetings, and before the con  ivenlion   was  called    to   order  today  there was a division of opinion,     as  to   whether    the   International      disputes  should be fought   but   in     the  open meeting or behind closed doors.  Cornelius   Oshea,  the president    who  ���������eelcs re-election,  and a   young    aspirant for the office of President both  favor  open meetings.    When the  cou j  .vention was called together  address-'/ ^^ ���������? AVENUE  es of welcome   were moved   by M������y-  or Dunne,   J. D. Pierce, organizer   of  the   American Federation of    Labor  represented Samuel   Gompers.  been completely       renovated.  Board aad lodging SI.00 per diy.  L    PRETORIH  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Mar  Supplied  with  the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liqtioia and Cigars. '.$-;<-   '���������       !���������'  ''If".  K  Y  RK  Light Teaming.     Wood and   Bark  Order-  With   for sale.    See J.  KEMP, or   leave  rt  ,-***  W. CARTER,  PHONE      fi 0  r:  VOU  WAN'1'  AOOOD-  ,   Best  accommodation   for  transient  -ind permanent boarders and lodgeru.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  dule Rates Jl.flO a day and ������p-  w\rds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Hp������Ut������4# ;*-.: :���������.: :.������-: :<������: Ladysmith  k  I  JT OEFrES  COW PETIT! OS"  THE COMronUBLC .WAV. ...  Ticket  and  Freight  Office,  '  Goveinmeut Street.-  T anscontinental  Trains Daily  The,New Train - " '  O lii   fMTAL LIMITED  y The. Train of     "  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence. %  Every, mile  a picture,'   and  no snioke to spoil the - view.  Through  Compartment,   Observation  and  Pullman  Sleepers;    also    Through    Tourist  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  <. is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   wilh   all  Steamer lines.  Ilerth  reservations  by   wirel  -    Great Northern S.S.  Co.  FOR JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  , Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Ja-���������  pan    and China ports at   fre-  ttjuenr dates.      Exact    sailing  dates,, can be secured  upon application -to any Great Northern representative.  S.  G.  YERKBS,  A.G.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash.  E.  R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent,. .Victoria,,B.C  NURSERiES, & SEfD HOUSED  Largo,Stock of Homegrown  Fruit and Oinnmenlal Trees  now -matured for thoi-Fall  Trade.    ���������  -     No.expense,  I6ss or, delay  of fumigation 0r inspection.  .Ileadrpiiirters    for    Pacific  Coast' grown Garden',  Field,  , :in,:l iriovver Seeds'in season.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps1  Whale Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  -      For Fall Planting  Wc do-business on our own  grounds���������no rent lb pay and  arc    pieiiared    to meet   all  coninetitio'i.    ,  Let me price your list before placing your order.  ' Catalogue Fiee.  M. J.HENRY,  ^oio "Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  Fletcher Bros.  , . .n������������ior������lo. ...  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  ^~ j Plumbing "and Jipittiii  .   , ,        DONE AT  Reasonable Prices.  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at Peterson's Furn-  lure Store, or telephone No r>&.  THE TYEE COPPER CO.. Ltd.     I  GOOD NEWS FOR  NANAIMO  SHAREHOLDERS  Will  the   York Loan pay its shart-  .'holders in full? This is the question  which is being put with increasing  hopefulness, and every day an arBr-  mativo answer is shaping itself with  increasing distinctness. A considerable amount of local capital is Involved, and much interest is tahen  here in iho uftairs of the company.  "I would not bo surprised if the  York Loan paid, its sharojioldres on.-  hundred cents on  the dollar.  This was the statement made hy  an eastern lawyer who is well acquainted with the work of the liquidators, oj>4. with the situation of  the estate at present.  Up to date the holders of 115,000  shares have been heard from. The  Grand Trunk Railway Compainy,  which was   supposed   to  have on.- of  j the largest lists of shareholders in  the world, has one-third less than  that number. The work of assorting the York Loan passbooks, and  proving the ownership of shares  ,will not bo-completed till after next  ,Christmas. ���������  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars'  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.  Gentlemen���������In June '08, I had   my  hand and    wrist bitten    and    bad(y  mangled by a  vicious horse.   I   suffered greatly for several clays and the  tooth cuts refused to heal until your  ��������� agent gave a  bottle    of MINARD'S  LINIMENT,     which     I began t.sinR.  The effect was magical; in five  hours  the nain had ceased and in two weeks,  IteZnas    had    completely healed  and my hand and arm were a  as eve,    VourSAtrulykoY(  -Carriage Maker  St. Antoine, P-Q-  mt&b  Class   Neal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPF.X      . FIRST  AVENUE.  ���������t - n-'O-'V������������������*..*>.������  WOOD AND 3."-  First  Glass  10S FOR HIRE  IR  I-'OR SALE    AND    DELIVRUED.  EXPRE   SS WORK.  att*������**<i+r\ixr+f*irj:  PHONE 66  ���������4������*.6"f>"0"**'  o..g..������..e>*#vl*k't1'C"s'"<>"a"*****  LADYSMITH  M#M������t������#..������..��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� MO"  NOTICE  'LADYSMITH.  WATER WORKS  Consumers are  requested l.o call at    the ofiice     on  Roberts   Street on  iay Water     Rates,  bet ween the 10th ' and  the 2!5th of each lrn.nlh.  Olfleft Msurs 1 P.M. 4JO ��������� ' .    -  .UBLANDfe-   ���������__   .    _^  SUPERINTENDENT.    .  I'    WM.  MUNSIE,   President    J.  W.   (JORURN, Managing Director.      *  Telephane *l-!i. -^  le Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd    I  &*.;  I PURCHASERS, AND 5MELTER5 OF C0PPKR, QOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting \ybrlce at  L.ADYSJVIITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  ouncans station;  Vancouver Island, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON-  General Manager.  ti.  4-  *  *  *  STOVES! STOVES!  weiare making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest 5tyles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  .tadysmith;Stove^.-IrpnWoifks.Cd;.L.'d'.  TELEPHONE "53  '.  O.  Box- 4?,.     ��������������������������� t  ��������� ''    I  THaClTY 7W[nRK6T  R.: Williamson. Prop  ist Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  DUNDEE-  well  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADYSMITH-t-   -. ������s V*?**  SHirigH<s--t-5 ^ Specialty  MANLTACTLREHS  OF-���������  r(>m;.-1i mud TH;-,;,s-;m! i?tv aad. O.edav 'Lnnibera  LATHS   iiri"~r:\ i'.S,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of   .the  BEST  QUALITY SbA^...������NED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  Scotlands Best..  i wm m (o.  Sole    Agents for  Ji. C  PAINTING   AND* PAPERHANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done-      ��������� Orders  Promptly Execut e   -LADYSMITH  S. ROEDDiNG  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,  ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD "fORNITURFJ MOVED .PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY. .  Stabler In the rear ol the Laclysmitli hotel.  Abnots ford  Leave orders at   the  '    ." ��������� v /.!' u ";",  '.;  -4  i THE LA.MSMITH   DAILY  LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. '5.-  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall eiery 2nd 'and -1th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  *" '        .MRS. KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  1 ������������������  HILBERT-    1  ������l  ft  i J3 'o:2^r>KS';s7s^-ia������r^������5J^ri?ssa  si  MUNICIPAL'BY-LAW  tiszitnt'mLjmi  >F.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, UjA.O.D.  meets' in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Ladysmith, thc r Second and Fourth Wednesdays-of each month, commencing  [Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited" (o   at- \ GataCl'e St  [lend.    By Order -    .  WM.   RASTER, Rec. Sec  PATRICK .BURK..N.A.  Diei  Surgeon Dentist  I All work  guaranteed  and at reason-  j   . able rates.  j        RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  ,Ladyemiih  Open at all  limns.'  -^-3>4^%~  NOTICE  From      this  dale  the undersigned  will  not' he' responsible  foi -any  iD  dehteilnass     incurred except on    ,-*  written order signed by the secretary  |Row,lanil  M&chin. ' ��������� '  V.   I.   EXPLORATION. &  OEVRl,  Ol'MENT CO.,  LTD. '     .  j Nou Persona! Llabil.'ty,   ,  I VfMniln   B   (' .  Wmv   I'sih   ">n������  LADVSxVliTH ; BAKEkY   '  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ���������  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAM)  Wedding    L'al;eu  'Hade    to  Ordur i  KUUiTS    A������U    CANDIES OF  ALL  KINDS.    FRESLl   BREAD  EV- '  ,   ERY   DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.     All  Customers are Treated Alike.  hop lf:e a cb.  ON THE   SSPLANADE.  P. & SIMPS  ausBP-aeamniusaam^gf^j  fiolUM  l������r.   Etc  .to    l&wi  Kt.    Au'aii?.'  CUBANCIGAR FACTORY  Manufacturers of the Famous 1  CUBAN   BLOSSOn       ;|  None, bu   Unitw Labors  rCmployed  H  .1.  BOOTH. Pron  itawMw^ai  -" unvsvi K  EXCELLENT  I Train Service  BETWEEN  DAY' SCHOOL.  GHEGA80, L0M&0M,  . ..NAEMLTMLVJI  And tiio Pilncdml IliiUncsa Oonturn or  S Ontario, Quebec, and the  ���������     Itilaratime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFF.Mfl, KEW YURK AKD  PHILAJ1ELPNIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Tlino 'i'nlilo.i. etc ntlrti-esH  f CEO. W. VAUX,  Assistant Oao'l I'nsiriuicr nnd Ticket Agent,  135 Ar>r.H<: CT��������� CHICAGO, ILL  !-  Usual  subjects   taught;   also      lan  guage������; drawing  in  pencil  and cr&y  ons,  paint ng in  oils and 'water col- {  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM.   ' Ladysmith, ILC , Mjini,facturers 0f.  ffial IRONCLAD   BRAND  J/PiERCUGQ.  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ���������Dealers  in���������  ,  Lime,   Plaster Paris,   Brick, .  Fire Brick and  Vancouver'island cement.  3 Pandora St.  Victoria B.C.  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  "WHOLESALE BBY GOODS  VICTOR, B.C.  GENERAL  Miners'. Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED   RY   US     ALWAYS   CUVE  SATISFACTION!.   -  ���������PICKS HANDLED A  ND  REPAIRED   -SHIP SMI TUI N G    IN      ALL   ITS   U RAN CUES  Horseslioers and Genera' Blacksmiths.  R. WRIGHT.  Bttller Street -    - Ladysmith, 13 C  i  4-  ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in by eleven o'clock  on  day of. Dclivr-i-y,  A.  Union  ������ -- Limited  I NANAIMO    B. C.  A by-law or'the Corporation-oft���������the  City of Ladyvsmith, to raise by loan  money lo construct an   electric plant   for tlie Raid  Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient thaUttie   Corporation    of the City  of    Ladysmith, .should construct a system   of  electric ' plant  for the  purpose   of j  iiiruisliinp;' electric light for tlie use of the said city and the inhabitants  thereof. ��������� ' ' '  Whereas a petition in accordance with; Section (������9) of line Municipal  Clauses Act lias been' presented to the-Municipal Council requesting the  said Council to iiitro-diioe-a    bylaw   for-the object aforesaid.  Whereas ah expenditure "ol $35,000 will be necessary to construct the  said electee light'-system-which"'sum must be raised by the issuing of  dufoentiires of the Corporation of tflic Cily of Ladysmith, for the said amount, payable in 25 yeais from the .dale hereafter fixed by this by-law  (o late effect with interest iu the meantime, payable yearly at thc rale  of 5 per cent, per annum.  And wlieieas it will be necessary (0 raise in each ami every year during the currency of the said debentures by a special rate for the pur  pose of paying tho said il������bt and in Iciest the sum .of $2,183.33 whereof  the sum'of -lid,750.00 is to be raise*! annually for Ihe payment or interest on' the said debentures" and Ihe sum of 5.733.33 is to be raised annually for the purpose of creating a r'l sinting fund for the payment of  the debentures which will require an annual rate of 5 4 mills in the dollar for paying the said debt and interest.  ,". 'And"whereas the amount oi the whole rateable land or improvements  or real property, of lhc said City according to the last revised assessment roll is $115,070 and -the total amount of (he existing debt 0i the  said City, is nil. ' ��������� '  This'���������by-law shall not be altered or repealed except with the consent  of    the     Lieutenant    Governor    in Council.  Be it  therefore    enacted by - the  municipal: Council of the City   of La-  Jysmitli,-as   follows: _    __    ' ' ��������� ;   1. .11-shall-*c lawful Ior the Corporation ������f the City, of Ladysmith  to raise, or cause to 'be raised by way of loan from any person or  'persons, body or bodies, or'^odie's corporate, who may be willing to ad-  ���������\ance the same upon the credit of thc debentures hereinafter mentioned a  sum "of money not exceeding in the whole the sum of $35,000, and ui on  receipt thereof to cause the same to- bo paid into' the hands of the trcas-.  urer of the said City for the purpose and objects above recited.  2: It shall l,c lawful for the Corporation to cause any- number ol  debentures'to bo made, executed and issued not exceeding in the whole  the-sum of $35,000 for such sum of not less than $500 each, as maybe  lehluirod and that all such debientures shall be sealed with the seal of the  Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, and,lie sinned by thc Mayor of  thc sai'd City and countersigned by the City Cleric of the said city.  - ��������� 3. The said dehtefitur-es shall'bear date the 1st day of Sept., A. D.  lflOC and "shall be payable 25 years from the said date at the-ollicc of  the Corporation of the City,of Ladysmith, and shall have attached lo  them coupons for the payment of interest and the signature or signatures  on the said coupons may be either written, stamped; printed or .lithographed.      ' - -  "4.   The'said debentures shall bear  interest  at the rate of 5 per cent  per   annum    from the date  thereof,  which*interest shall be payable half  yearly on' the 'first days of January .and July  ill each    and every   year  ' dining the currency of the said   debentures at the office of the Corp.oo:  ati'on of the said City ofLadysHmtli. -  ,   5. There shall be raised and levied in-each year during the currency  of the saidJ debentures the sum of .Jl'.TOO for.the paying of interest, and  the sum of $733.33 for tire purpose, of creating a sinking fund for -the  Payment of "a debt coming-due, under the said debentures making in all  the sum of $2,483.33. ���������  G.   There shall be ldvied a������d raised  in each and every year 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 sufficient to   pay  the interest    and create a   sinking  fuifll for the payment of the said debentures. ._       __ _  7. It shall he lawful for the said City, to redeem all or any of the  said debentures at par at any time after the expiration of 5 years fiom  the tlalc thereof upon giving six calendar mobths' notice, which notice.-  shall \k deemed lo lie sufficiently given by a publication thereof for four-  times in the- British Columbia Gazette, and although the holders oi the  debentures mentioned in such notice be not specifically named after Ihe expiration' of the said period ol six months all interest on the  said dellentures, the numbers of which have been published as aforesaid,  shall cease.  8. This by-law before the final' passing thereof shall receive the as-  "sent of the electors iof the City - of Ladysniiih, in the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses'!1 Act, 1006       This by-law sh-all take effect tin  the   day. of   A.D.   1906, and shall  be cited  for all puiposcs  as the Electric Light By-law.  Read the first time on. the 23rd   day of July,  UtOfi.  Read tlie second time on the 23rd day  of July, 11)00.  Read the  third time on thc 28th   day of July, 1900.  Takc notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed By-law  upon whicli the vole of the Municipality will bo taken at the City Hall  Ladvsmith, on Saturdav, 11th August,. 190B, between tdie hours of 8 a.  m. and 4  p.m.    . ' J. STEWART, C.M.C.  The MSunshine" furnace and  H ranny" ways are synonymous.  The cold, dreary winter days can  be made cheery and warm with a pure,  healthful heat if you have a " Sunshine " furnace.  Is easier to operate, cleaner,, uses less fiiel and  "shines" in many other ways over common furnaces.  Two shakers are used to shake tho heavy, triangular-  shaped grates. This just cuts the work of shaking-  down in half, besides being easier on the furnace than  the old one-shaker style.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  Booklet free.  Iaraow. Toikwto. Montreal. Winnipeg,  "Vanooovbb. St. John, Hamilton.  .     .,}.i-r.-,,..    ��������� ,,  m^rW^fm^^^^^ammmmm  aot^^4������rxiLS^^^yw***a^iu^as������^.  The ladjiitii Hard ire Co,,' Sole Ap  s  i  much to Victoria - as the coming 'number of the Aldermen had visited  salmon niotropolis, in addition to the dams and found there an ab-  other lines of industry in whicli it undanl supply of water providing  holds thu premier position. It spells the citizens were careful and did not  the concentration of British Colum Jwaste thc water liy leaving thelr  bia's oldest large factor in commercialism   at the south end of Vancou  ver [sland.  .���������*.���������  'The   Garden   Party   and   Sale  Worl-J   which   is   to be   held   on  of  Dr.  taps   open all night. <  The council  then   adjourned.   ,���������o   WHY?  Tne question  that crops up occas-  .���������*.-��������������� t- ^ -, ���������  >.;  'EH  ���������v DESIGNS  a.': TR/iDE-MAIiKS"  llANOCOI'YR-.CllV.  ���������7       OlVfAMED  ������5������g  J ADVICE AS TO PATEniTASiUTY.  i Notice "V "Inventive Aro" '  I- Hook "tfowloobtniiil'iii-cnUi"  L CWiarsesmodcrn/c.'N'ifeet-illpatctitlsiicciH-e-'i'  f       Lelim-sstricllv confidential.   Addrf.-BH,-.  [ F.. G. SIC-GCRS. I'."W. Inwycr. Wflshlnfllon, 0. f  Zi   --JS Ji - *-���������-*-- J^jLA.t A..J-  ������������������.,>4-'i.A.JiA. W-*  ^J.A A.  'Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead  RcgulaLions.  Any available Dominion I.ands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may b������ homesteadeil by  Any person who is the sole head of  a family, or any male over e ghteen  years of age, to the extent pf one-  quarter section of 100 acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land ollice for the district  in which the land is situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions  connected there-1  with    under   one     of the   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 mother, if the.  father is deceased), or the nomestcad-  ,������r rssidea upon a farm in the vicini  ty  of  the  land entered  for,  the    requirements   as to residence may    lie  satisfied by. such person residing with  the father or mo tlier.  (3) If the settler has .his'permanent residence upon farming land owned liy hini in-the vicinity of his home  stead, the rcnuireinenls as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six montlie' notice in* wtiti..-.-  should lie -given to thc Commissioner  of Dominion'Lands nt Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at$J0  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  authraoilc. Not more than 320  acres can be ac-quircd by one individual or company- Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall be collected on the  gross output.  '     . W.  W.   CORY,  ���������Deputv of Ihe Minister of' Tntevlnr  W.  SILER  iE-MEKAL LXPBESS AND  DELIVEEY  WORK'PROMPTLY  DOv^  Le-tvo orders at -the Abhotsford.  O/'GALEDIIAN'^  Leads Them    AH  IN  QUALITY  R^PRITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency  VICTORIA.   -- :������������������'"���������.  NANAIMO  NEWS NOTES  Thirty cents a sockoyo is now being pnid to lisOieriiii'ii on Ibe Fraser  l-iver.     This      state  of .alTa.irs  means  SUMMER ��������� DIARRHOEA  IN CHILDREN  O'Brian's lawn tomorrow afternoon ionally is: .Why are not white wo-  commeneimg   at 3  o'clock under   the 'men eraployed as CQok    ei       -���������   oor  auspices   of  the  Ladies   Aid  of .St.'...;.,,,,    ,,.+���������,     ���������   ,  ,        ..      ,     -  ,    ���������-     , vanous   hotels   and boarding houses  Andrew s   church,   promises   *o be   ..          '     .   .,  ^,,.^ r m n ' l i *i ������ m. throughout this western country, in-  one of the events ol the season. The                    "                                           '  ladies are requested to send- their ,stead' ot. Chinamen, as is now ihe  refreshments to Dr. O'Brian's house c"stonr, and the claim is that white  on Wednesday, morning. The Boys help'cannot be had. This may be so  Brigade hand has been secured for but we doubt it. White women can  tho occasion, for which ad admission bo had if they are treated in a proof  ten cent's will be charged.  The 2-lth meet ing 0f the 32nd  JUiinioipal Council was held last,  nfight, Mayor Pl.wla  in thc chair.  The members present were Aldermen 'Barnes, Newton, Barlow, Knar  ston, Hodgson,   and Kirlcham.  Thu minutes of the. last meeting  were   read  and   on  motion  adopted.,  A communication was received  from Mr. Jos. Mullett. secretary of  the Forestcrjs Tie-union Reception  Commilcec, inviting the presence ot  the Mayor and .aldermen at the Reunion on Aug.   18.  Tne imitation was accepted with  thanks.  From T. 1. Buckle, chairman, and  Albert Sump&on, secretary of the For  rosters Re-union Committee asking  that t^he council have the route  sprinkled on the lino of march for  Ke-union Day.  The request was granted.  Tlio pouudkeeper reported five stray,  ell animals impounded during tho  past two weeks.  The Manager reported expenditure  for  the past two weeks as follows:  Water Works Con ������230, 00  Water   Works   repairs   ..   ..   .    65 00  Streets, sidewalks,  etc.   .  .... .t4������ 00  -: :-B.O  '*Sffl5������iES3BMi  MBMii-H" miib i,i.iM>r)Tinprk^nMM������w  Keep  Minanl's    Liniment    in    tho  house, ....        m ������l_.. i  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that    you get the    globe  with the rubber ring on    it,  as it is  the only   kind    that  can keep, the water out ��������� the  globes without the rub|bter ring  cannot     keep    out water, you  can    see- that    by  examining  them.      The artificial   flower  that  is  put  into  the     globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  anteed to be the best, and   if  you    want a' globe   with    a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for   ���������  H������3NRY CREW  i    The only    place y0u can   get  1 "     Them.  |.    Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  |i    French    Wreath  Co., of   Lon-  $    don,   Paris,   Melliourne,   S.A.,  I   Cor. f'omo.v Rd. & Milton St.  I NANAIMO B.C. ���������-  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  During the hot weather ot the summer months thc first unnaitural looseness of a. child's liovwls should have  immediate attention,) so as to check  the disease before it becomes serious.  All that is  ncocssary is a few   doses  of  CliaiiiVHsrlain's  Colic,  Cholera ami  Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose  of   castor oil   to   dense thclsj'sLeim.  Rev. M. O.  Stocklan-d, Pastor of the  first M.E.  Church,  Little Falls, Min-  nesots, writes:   "Wo have used .Chamberlain's    Colie,f   Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  for    several years and  find it a  very  valuable remedy,   especially  for summer .disorders in children."   Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy  ������437 50  were received     and  Sunlight Soap is better tlinn other snnps, but  s best when useit in the Sunlight -way.  Buy Sunlight Soap nnd followD irccilons  fi  BS  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call oo J, E.  House? and Sign Paintei  ii  . Total   ...  Both  reports  fili-'d.  On-motion of Aid. Barnes the covin  cil went into Committee on tho  Real Estate Tax Bylaw. L906, and  it was'passed, as complete.  Tho further consideration of the  Local Improvement By .'Law was deferred to the third nofi't regular meet  ing..  Tenders were received for the recovering of the Fire Hall roof, ) as  follows' c  Rnadle   Bros ������255.  W.  H. Morton   375.  W.   H.  Morton.'patent roofing)-   225.  R.   Angus,   Victoria  ...      202-  After considerable discussion as  to the merits, etc., of the different  kinds of work, Aid. Barnes" anoved,  seconded by Aid. Newton that the  tender of R. Angus, Victoria, be accepted.  Aid. Hodgson moved, seconded by  by Aid. Knarston that the tender  of Randle Bros.,  be accepted.  On being put to the Board the  motion passed. Aldermen Barnes,  Newton and Barlow voting for it.  Aid. Kirkham on behalf of tho  Water   Committee    reported    that  ft  per manner and not like slaves.  When a Chinaman is hired as a cook,  ���������a cook he will be and nothing else,  bdt if a white woman is hired in  that cgpacity, she is not only expected to do thc cooking, but alsa  wash dishes, split kindling wood,  make uu bedrooms, and a host of  other things and at wgges, if anything, below what is pgid to the  Chinaman. If reformers���������moral and  otherwise ������������������ would try and reform  those who employ female help, at  starvation wages, and at the same  time expect them to be paragons of  good, and the social and other evils  virtue, they might accomplish some  might be mitigated to a great extent.  Try ���������-Province Cigar.  ,    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE._  Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea-come on without warning and  prompt relief must be obtained.  There is no necessity ol incurring, expense of a physician's service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoes Remedy is at  hand. A doso of this remedy will  relieve- the patient before the 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. '-  Are Ton GoSn? Cast?  Thea ba lure your tickets read ihs  th*  North Western Line  The only line now making-UNION  DEPOT connections', at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS' witk the  through trains from the Pacific  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF'  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask yr i  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   &%*&'���������  730 3nd Are., Seattle-  Minard's Liniment cures Cold, etc..  I....V *?������ LfTTOf, r^'lSJTltiWt-n  "������Cr������s*������*-'?r<Vi^-*i *ipr'"������rau,'>'i;<"'-������������fv-(* :  2?s2G>ensivUn>t*!xW*ATsrJC  a :'  mmm*  .,),-..... ,.������.,  ,. Rj  THELADYSMITHDA1LY JdEDGER  "THE SHOE STOREI  of Ladysmith for Ladies'  Gents'   & Children's  S_H  BIC  aasHea^sssawsfsassssifflBHa  LION   BRAND  almost  An a  Inrlestiuctible  Boot for Boi's  <$n|n$Mfc ^^fc^^^W^W^^W*  Smith, Fotos,  WANTED ��������� Two unfurnished rooms  immediately, by a lady.    Apply   .it  Post Office.  Local Items  Mr. R. Simpson is in Nanaimo  day, having gone up at noon.  to-  Mrs. 'Jas. Adam is spending a  week in Nanaimo visiting licr pai-  ents.  Mis. D. Cartwiight anivcil on Ik '  Joan last evening, from Vancouver, I  and is visiting, her daughter, Mrs F. j  I*. Reynolds. i  Just ai rived���������A splendid lino of Ladies' Fancy sample Tfamlkci.ehufs.  sold at bargains at Simon Leiser <S;  Co.. Ltd.  Tugs Flyer and Kildonan wee? mi  this morning with scows for coal.  Tomorrow thc big collier Titania is  dne Ior a cargo.  I    An Indian gill who did noi wish to  'attend school,    gave Piovincinl   Offi-  rhal's All!   cor  Cassidy ronsidriablo trouble yes-  , j ten1'*;-      The gul h.is horn attending  the Indian    school on  Kuper Island,  and leecntly    ran away, lclusing .to  rcliun under any ciieumslanccs. Yes-  lerday  Constable Cassidy received in-  stnu'lions     from  lhc Indian   Depait-  nient lo lake  ihc girl back. He found  her,  in company with hei   mother, in  Air. Vowell's field,   digging potalocs,  and upon lhc giil learning his eiiand  the trouble started.     She refused to  come,  and was  hacked up in her refusal by both mother and father.  Finally Mr. Cassidy was obliged lo  obtain assistance, and it was ncces-  s������iy to, almost ding the girl through  Uie field and nilo the rig. She was ^  hi ought to Ladysmith nnd taken  fiom heie to the island in the Mission launch. Today her father and  mother have gone io Duncan, and intend lo get her away again if possible. Tt seems that the girl's parents had signed an agreement to the  elTecl that she would stay a certain  length of time,' anil this time has  not yet expned  SS  3  iihciers  A.sl. fur Lion Brand Knickers,  - and you will get the best  wealing J>oys' odd tnicl.'iers in  Canada for the price. Miule  with double seats, double  Uncos and doufbfle stitcliod seam,  made from all-wool Halifax  Tweeds. A new shipment just  lo hand, so wc have any size  you wish -      '.ock. v  PRICES  50c. to $1:25  It Pays to Buy  GOOD GOODS  SATISFACTORY is Iho   verdict* of both parents and hoys  s where* ei _ \von\.  L2II Boys'Scotch Grain  Watertight Boots  ha\e heavy soles.  These Boots  will    hold   that boy of   yowis  -  foi a while. Si/.es fionn' I to 5.'  L3II    Youths' Scotch  Grain Watertight Boots  , same as above. Sizes 10 to 13  Your Dealer Has Them  J LECKIE Co. Ltd  MANUFACTUPJERS.  VANCOUVER,,  B,C  Every Economical Housekeeper  is looking for the Best Value and Variety in new designs in  i dew Muslin, Art  ?e Coverings, Be f  vi t    1-1 1  Mrs. E. Jones was a -passenger io  Victoria this morning and will ic-  main in that city until the latter'end  of the week.  A gang of Indians are at work in  the vicinity of Mary Ann Point cutting and hauling to the water's edge  logs which it is'understood will he  sent to Victoria.  Ask for Capita! and Nugget Cigars  School opens on Monday next unless instructions to the conti,u\ arc  leeeivcd by Secietaiy of the -.chool  Board Stewart befoie that tinu* ?l  is the intention, howevei, -it pi.vr!,  to open Die  fall term on   UoiiiJa)  'Die Ledger- is in leceipi today of  the piogramme of hoise races to be  held in Victoria on Sept. 25, 2t>, 27,  28 and 29. This is the occasion of  the fall meeting of thc biitish Columbia Agricultural Association, and  the Victorians arc sp*iing no efiorts  to make the Exhibition attractive in  evei v way.  FIGHT DUEL AN'D  BOTH ARE KILLED  Spiingficld,  Mo., Aug.  7. ���������In   Uic  sheds of Chad wick,   a   small   town  ,thirty miles south of Spiingficld, to-  I day,  Charles Freeman, a    meichant,  and Robert Keene, eighteen years eld  fought a  duel lo  Ihe death with   ic-  volveis.  Suit was leccnth  hi ought by Fiec-  man against Keene, charging the latter with assaulting his    fifteen -raar  [Old daughter.   Freeman was reputed  I to have threatened to shoot       nunc  I on sight and both, men went imuo-1.  |    When they met  on the stieet Uiiay  the two men immediately diew their  i revolvei s and began filing.    Freeman  v.as shot,twice,    one bullet ponetiat-  nig the forehead and the other in thc  region of thc heart     Keenc was shot  thice times,  one bullet sliiking   him  i.i thf heart      Both men were   dead  whei   ' 'is leached them.  Freer v nlow and seve  ial chiiuieii He v.is well to do, being prop.ieloi of stores at Chadwick  a nil Gan'*���������"���������, Zlo. Krone was the  son of i! oiiias Kevi.e, a wealthy  founf-r nenr Clin dwick.  Walter* &  Akenhead  Tbe watei in the vicinity of the  transfer whaif is warm and r.*any  swuiimeis take advantage of tin a fact  duiing 1he evenings Kot only do  some of the troys swim .in the  ter, but they dress and unci) ess  the wh.uf in plain sight ol e\eiy-  bodv, ladies and rhiklien alike Pas-  sengcis on the .loan last evening  must have Ihinight ihey weie gazing  thiough so ie of Ihe English Bay  windows which the Vancouver r*a-  peis made so much comment on te-  cently  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  NORTH ERA"  VESSELS  RACE -'.,300 MILES  Sent Lie, Aui ' ���������The most everting  ocean lace to .Seattle tliis season  ended last ni",hfc when 1ho steamships  Orizaba an 1 Chio, both of Ihe Northwestern Steamship Company, arrived  ���������wa- only a few n,mules aiuil on the tup  on from Nome. Iho On/,* ha was declai  cd the  wi.ipei  Nearly loin bundled p.isscngns  were on Hi- ho.it>, and .il Lines the  e-.citejnent lan Iiia.li" Main w.igeis  weie pl.iced, i)u1 the Pi' aba niiin.ig-  ei! to make fast In b. ��������� dock ahead  of the Ohio, i.iininn I1 ��������� gialiludeol  Uio'i who had placed then money  on liu   ability   to  in.it.    lime  The vessels     were    ready  to leave  within    a   few bouts  of    each  Millard's Liniment, Cures   Oar  Cows.  |  'et in j  Minard's- Liniment cures Distemper.  ^mwm^mhm^mmmN w^  mm\w������  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED  .1. A. REED,  Robei is St     Neai 5LI1, Ave.  other, the Ohio leaving peihaps half  an hour in advance -Haidly had she  got well undei way when the Orizaba -as sou 10 give her farewell signal and follow.  Then began what the passengers declare was the most interesting and  exciting race, that has been witnessed on the mu. Jn tlie voyage of  eight dajs, dining calm'weather, a  three-days' stoun and two days of  heavy fog, the \esscls followed eacli  other tluough the ocean. 1-Yh Uuuc  days when the heavy gales were  blowing, (,he vessels lost, sight of  each other, but just when (lie passengers v>cie wondering if (lie boats  weie close enough (0 keep up the interest in :the affair, they were discovered less lhat I luce mib*s aparl. For  a time the Ohio held the lead, then  she was passed by Ibe Oiiv-aba, and  during the entiie nice they see-sanv-  r-d back aud forth until the Cape was  Lcaibcd, Lhc Onzaba passing m fust  by only a  few minutes.  According io the statements of passengers aboaid, hundreds of dollars  c hanged hands, and ,1 lhc crews of both  \essels worked main boms overtime  in the hope that their c\lia efforts  would bung then boat in ahead.  Those on the Ou/aba derUue that  the vessel easily outsailed the Ohio,  but olhceis ot the lattei boat 4e-  clare thai a l.uk of coal made it Un  possible fin llie vessel lo show hei  speed. ' Ll.ul weather, they say. emphasized the necessity for economy.  who      had   on   depo.sit  in  tbe    bank  Funds of that' organ r/aLic>n iell dead.  Henry Koepke, a^ groan- on hearing  that the bank bail suspended payment went to the rear of bis store  and shot. ' himself. He died, in - a  few minutes. ^      '" c;  Tim banK had deposits amounting  to ������1,000,000 and loans 'and credits   to about tlie same" sum    '  Exciting   scenes   attended   the     an-,  noiinccment     'ol   the ^ failure and a  large    force    of   policemen   si niggled  all   day    to  keep    an   excited    crowd  of   depositors,    nearly   all., of     whom  were l'oreigneis    arid  many   ol   whom  wore  women   from   rushing   the doors  of  the institution.   The trouble   was  first revealed by  the  l^rcsidenf 'P.1, O  Stansland,    in a     letter     'from     St.  Paul   to  biv son   Thec-dc-^1.1 who    is  ���������>ace-president  of-the bank.    The letter   was  received    last   Saturday and  started     the      ia-\e*3tigalion.     which  brought   about ths suspension   Cashier    Henry   V."    Herring    disappeared  *nd a warrant was issued   for his arrest ou      a charge  of  ambe7/.lement.  The   shortage    is   between   ������750,000  and  "51,000,000  Dr. John A. Enander, lhc noted  Swedish author and Journalist of  Chicago is about to start for Sweden on a l������ng vacation lie was  born in Vestergollamd in 18-ia, and  was educated at the Univeisity of  Wenershorg, wheie he graduated in  186fl.  An Inspection Would Convince  * That the Uest Place to Purchase '.  ���������  Up-to-cJeito;  Good s  ���������  is at the Departmental Store of .  4}  X  4 LIMITED ,  >  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������, ������������������������������������*:���������������������������������������������,���������.������������������  X oimon %eizerr|;&  MWffwimwirwwwww .wnfmw������ri!rnrwnmfwmmK  FRESH SUPPLY OF   1 lamb.  Veal and Dcet 1  \ZZ- WE   HAVE  ON  HAND" SOME VERY NICE-  %\ ROLLED CORNED BEEF  I2I-2C. LB.   ^  1 ? 'i  E A   HOWE     a  ^ /   MEAT   MARKET ^  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc, For  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED 1  ������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������  Knighfs  Boot  m  ^%m\  |:  1  1!  111  -illy  ii  i:  i.  ij  ���������i  11  ������������������III!  -Ill  t;  i-  i-  |i  ffi  'f  l|  111  ;!  M  Y.  111  QS^T  as-? -3B  L.S^  THE  -  ^SJIPT^  Thai Mmizv Can Boy  to  ���������SAMS DOUBLV STITOHBD  !Are here and ?.'big atjssrieisent  j -. eh: -58 frcm  There's ally's and oppoiliinllyto.  Sava���������-QuaHVy -Cansid idd���������anil  | can Save you wonay  sec: our  we  fymwMw^  Retailers of Tooke Shirt  2?,  ear  %2  '������c.  t-'C  wz,  Chicago, Aug. 0,���������With a deficit  in its aecounls almost a million dollars, and wilh (lie wheienljouls of  twp of the hc-TCi" oilicera unknown lo  the niilhon't I";-, .the JMilwaukee Avenue Slate Jia.uk, ono of tlie,.)arftX'3.l  banks in Cldeago w;i.s elosed today  by  Stale    E^aininoi-  0.   0. .lone.').  In the excitemonl. of tint iitniounce-  incnl, of Llie failure, G. V. Vtvdur,  an   onicer,   of   the   -'.Jtoyo.!     :Leng-ue.  Hegdqu/jters for  chool  upplies  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>.���������-  i  Pioneef Mi? Wofc  1st. Avenue. Ladyspll), 8. C  1. I Imk Prop:  MANUFACTU RKR  OF  Carbonated Beverages,  dinger   Beer  T-'riiit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   2.|S  ,.������������������������������������.������������������.,������������������.���������.������������������..���������..  ..������..������..���������..;.,������.  ���������   ���������   ���������  iY������i>'  o  ������  o  e  ������  e  o  o  0  ������  e  ������  o  ���������a  o  9'  O  T0=DAY  Veal,. Beefv;���������:  utton & Pork  E. G. P ANN ELL  GAT ACRE ST. .  LADYSMITH  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits     Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  diamonds  ������SBag^E3s322.;S3iaSSi33raSMSW������S������<  jrl  Just leceivetl, a shipment of" DIAMOND- RTNOS Hint we have secured befoie tlie last advance in price and will sell them at old  pi ices, thereby You will Save Twenty Per Cent  We can show you a nice, genuine Diamond Ring set in 1 llf. gold,  From $7.50 to $250  B. FORCIMriER _  .Watchmaker, Jeweller,-Optician  FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSHITH  The Proof of tlie Pudding is in  the Eating  So  it is  with the  Pyramid Brand  ; ������������������___o]?������������������ ���������  PAINTS  T-hc. enormous- amount of these .Joints/  used1 by the pUblic is'proof positive^  Lhat it is giving perfect satisfaction  both in the Quality.'and price,  11.75 Pffl  We carry the best and largest assorted stoclc ol Varnishes nbrUi ot  Victoria, also window glass, picture  mouldings, enamels, varnish stains,  brushes, etc. '.'���������'..  LAD1SMITH ILL PAPER DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  :     ���������  ��������� -  ������������������������������������������������������������oiesseetsi������������������������������������������  Granite and Marble Works  .Granite and   Marble Monii-  ���������nients, Tablets, etc., at: the.'  lowest      prices '.  consistent./  'with-.first class stock   and  workmanship.���������;.''"'Vri-te    for,'  caialogn.e.  A.   STEWART,  148 Yates St. Victoria  B.C  Smoke a Big B Uigar.  NOTICE.  If you want to sell your chickens  for a fair price; -bring .Incur to J.  X. Smith's restaurant, IstAvenue.  Dr. Dier can he found at any time  at his office on Gatacre street. Dis  dental work Is guaranteed to be first-  class, and rates reasonable.  Smoke Little B Cigars.


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