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 Rdysmith Daily Ledger  -il^r   _  VCiLi.a  SATURDAY, AUG. 25, 1900.  PRICE FIVE CBNTS  CHINESE IN-  V SION OF BRITISH  -������+*-  I0UND IN  THE...YELLOW PERIL.  In an editorial   on Thursday     lhe  Vancouver    Woild   says:     The     public  await   with  mingled   reelings     of  impatience   and   anxiety   details     of  the    reported.; purchase,     by      local  Chinese    residents    of     a      British  Columbia.newspaper with the avowed  object   and set  purpose   ol"   creating  a public sentiment   lor tho repeal of  the   Chinese   Jiuadtax   and   throwing- j  the  Canadian   aooi-  uul..-  optii    .lor  the influx    of Chinese hordes  to  monopolize the labon     market ami     deprive, our   own Mesh  and    blood     of  means  of gaining a  livelihood.    Spec  ulatiou  is   rile  as   to   the  newspaper  and  thc  writers  who  have    under! ak  en   the Herculean���������may we   nut   say  unpatriotic?���������task' of   subverting   tho  institutions of,the   country and Idu  golianizing-   the   labor -marketis.      If  it should,bo shown that the   exciting  rumor   is   susceptible of proof���������if     it  be true  that   a, new spuper  has   been  sold    to���������to���������the Yellow "Peril""oivn ho  Yellow Devil���������call it what, you may  ���������there   will  be such   a shutlliiig     oi  the political cards  within   the      next  few 'weeks as  will  surprise even    (he  most    stoical   and   destroy     existing  combinations.     As'the   matter  i> at  present    we   shall   name    no     names  lt would toe  unfair    to submit  direct  charges against   any public man'   or  newspaper    without   positive ' proof,  although' certain  Chinese    firms hero  are quite  free in saying    that     they  subscribed    ostensibly    to   the      fund  nnd-that,  they   are  assured     against  loss.      Bv whom?    The   Chinese cov-  eminent ?   ���������*���������������   Winnipeg, Aug. 20���������Prof. Rueben  Andre, well known in. this city, and  especially 'in Portage la Prairie, &*>,  rived hero last evening, with a double handful! of rough diamonds,  which he   claims   to dave   discovered  O  within the confines of the province.  Local jewelers aflirm. tuey 'are diamonds of the finest quality. Andre  expressed them to a New York expert and has alieady slaved claims,  and is of the opinion that he will be  rich beyond the dreams of Croesus  within tho year. Tlie arrival of  Andre with-those valuable gems came  as a surprise to Wuuiipeggers, who  are accustomed to stories of wealth  of wheat fields, diamonds coming, as  a surprise ,Jo. .thcin, although, they  arc Known (o'exist nround - Rainy  Lake.  VASIQN IS TO  BE CHECKED  , Vancouver/''"Aug.    24.���������The    Hindu  invasion   of Canada  is to  be check  ed" just as soon as the machinery  of.ahe" federal government necessary  to.'tftis end can - be set  in   motion. '  That-such action is to be taken  was admitted -today by Mr. 11/ G.  Macphcrson, 11. P., who last night  at a meeting of the Liberal club  announced that he was opposed to  tho entry of these people into tho  country because they tended to lower  thu standard   of labor.  "Mr. JW. ii. Scott, superintendent  of Immigration for the federal government, is coming to the coast  in connection with this Hindu immigration,"   said  Mr.   Macpherson;  "i.  succueUeu in having    mm     cumo  llUt'C    ill   COU1KXUOU    VvlUl    UUS    lllULlul'.  x expect mat Uu will ue in \ anctiu-  \er    at  the  cna  ol   tins    week. '.<     -i  RALPH SMITH; MP.  VISITS LADYMITH  -������������������������-*-  Comes at Request of Board of l^i?ade to Confer on  Question of Securing Better Freight  Rates For the Citvl  -������*���������>���������������������-  In Interview States that Lot [Has Already  Been  Purchased For the Erection of Customs  House in Ladysmith  G-  ������������������'Allure  is  a cert-am section    oi -Uiu  act iespcciiii{������    immigration unci    ii'n-  people  by     Importing     coolies    from'   IJa,.ulitJ,<JiUbat.a   aL   L1.e last   sc-ssuSn  northwcstci n India? They cannot be oi me iiou������u ol Common's giVin's  fed on beef or pork, Init a modicum' me Cioveinoi-iu-couucil power -to  of ������ood     sense aind     kindness    would' *'IuL    out'tuidwiubio   miungtuais, .������  uljio not?'-   was aspect. '  CHINESE BUY PUOPKTITY  Victoria,    B.   C,   Aug.   21��������� Owing  to an  un:drea,nu'd  of invasion   ol  Lbo  guide to obtnin for them a satisfact  ory dietary. For instance, cheese  made with immiatio acid instead of  calf's rennet would satisfy their scru  pies auid enlarge'the'use of our dairy  produce. The Hindoo coolie, ,'t. am  told by one -who knows, - is docile,  meek, cleanly and virtuous, and  where well fed awl housed, is industrious. Nothing' would operate to  break down caste influences like the  colonization * of Hindoo coolies in  British Columbia minor circumstances favorable to their use as farm  laborers. It would be an experiment  well   worth  liying,  in  tlie  Okanaganl  ������������������Ves," replied Mr. Alacphersoti,  "tiieie is,   aua it is ,ycry wide   in its,  .������<..���������������, and caa be tquiciUy made io  apply during periods when parliament is aiot sitting."      ' ^  'J his section i-eads as follows, and  its aid in -shutting out the Hindus  may be suctessluliy invoked:.  ������������������'ihe Governor in Council may ,by  proclamation or order, whenever he  considers      it necessary  or expedient.  ��������� 1 * t  prohibit   thc     landing  in   Canada  oi  any specilied   class ol immigrants,  of  which due   notice   shall be given  the   transportation    companies."  lt is  the popular impression     that  ��������� Mr.. Ralph j Smith, M.P., was in thc the trade of^ thc" surrounding toun-, that the freight rate <yiestion could  city this forenoon,' having come tiy*. lt is not alone known to tlie) also be satisfactorily arranged ,, by  down from Nanaimo in compliance. *oe*1* merchants that Lhe l'reigut J merely laying* the facts ��������� hefore. the  .with at request of thc President   of lutes   are    hig-her     here than those 'company.  the Board of Trade, Mr. 1-1. Macklin, \ which prevail in Nanaimo, ior m  to meet members of the board and ' stance, but to the general pu|^ic,  local merchants for the purpose of'!a,K*'m many cases the result is that  talking' over the prevailing freight I People who would otherwise trade  rates, and to reach some conclusion J Jie,������ ������������ to other .points, where they  as to  the best method of procedure  k,10w Uia1'   freight    is cheaper,  and  in order to have the Kites  satisfactorily adjusted.  While Mr. Smith stated that he  would do all in his power to help  the local merchants in this matter,  he, as well as several Ladysmith  men, was of the opinion 1 hat it  would he the better course to interview the proper officials ��������� of the C.  P.R. before taking any steps to.  wards bringing any grievances which  they might have before the railway  commission which is to sit in Victoria shortly.  . ,Mr. Smith stated that if a   meet-  **-���������  ing of the board is called and delegates appointed   to journey  over    to  Vancouver and   interview  ollicials  of  wlieie they consequently expect to  piocure goods at a reduced, cost.  Uus is not only detrimental td the  business interests of the community  Regarding the erection of thc P.roo-  vincial wharf at the lower, end ot  the city, Mr. Smith stated that this  in his opinion, was a mistake. ' Lt  was done by the Provincial government without any apparent reason.  A Dominion wharf was already in  existence aiTd a subway could hav-  been built to same for one-half tlu  cost of the erection "of a new wharf  but also to  thc residents uwho    live Jas .js ,Deing done.   The result of. the '  provincial government's action would  very   likely     be that1 the Dominion ~  at this .point, and the step comtem- government   would   in future refuse.  heie and    are    obliged to pay    the  prices charged for delivering   freight  to,build wharves. As he had stated  in a recent interview in a Nanaimo  paper, the Dominion government had  promised   Ladysmith     a wharf, and  fashionable  residential  m.arler   ol Uw| ^^   MU[   Muulu    Juuc m^   bjm.,  provincial capital by well to do Ohm  1)aLllol|C w lhh0s> lol  lts ^^  eso   seeking desirable homes;   Victor- GY\ \Dl VN  ia may   shortly hnd     the    so-called      Klngston, Out.. Aug.  loi* *      '"j  capitalistic class as energetic in protesting   against  the picsence  of    thc  yellow   Alien  as  his  laborer     fellow  lu   Canadian   Act   governing    iniini-j the C.P.R.,   he   would gladly  nccom-  gration fixes the sum of   ������50 as the   lmnY them,  and  .io .ill   in  bis power  minimum amount of ready cash which,  immigragts   must  have -.before     the>  are allowed      to     enter    the     coun-  citizens have been for years. How  far the invasion will go,, and what  the inner meaning may be, no ouo  savjc the secretive Celestial as yet  can fortcll���������and he is as thc sphynx.  The Chinese merchants vvhcu spoken  to,, blandly replies that it has been  said the Chinese will not assimilate  and become citizens in every sense.  This he denies.  "We are quite ready, even anxious," said one tyee to your correspondent a day or two ago, " to  make our permanent homes here and  naturally we want to nave ihem in  the; most pleasant places. 'Why  'should the -people object? Is it not  the'ir. grievance -against, us. that we  do not speiid our :money hero and  make  our homes .here?"      !''. ���������  Tho Chinese gcntlei\ian in crties-  tio-iii is one of those proposing short  ly to have a 'place of abode within  the sacred circle of tho four lmivil-  dred.  There are others among the, citizens, however, who believe Uioy seu  in the new and unexpected movement,' a wily scheme to deprecate  the value of thu most pi-eforred res  identia'l localities by which eventually daring Clvwioso speculators  will reap .large rewards.  Lee Mongkow, Chinese interpreter  itn the Customs service, was the Oriental who set the ball in motion,  when he purchased for something,- like  try.     Such  is the case with theyLiiit  -\oie.-lt is impossible at piescnt t0 ca    Statcs      imraigration    Act,   but  induce  Chinese iaooreis  to  come     to  Canada as a tax oi n\e huudi/jd dollars is laiipojbOd on each.     There is>   a  movement on loot, headed hi the Vic  C'dria ���������Colonist,' tp get the government Lo reduce this tax so that Chin  esc can be -got lor the canneries and  othet industries which are now sui-  scruig for lack of labor. Two thous  and Hindoos (mostly British rescr  \ists-),  are being  brought  there.  CUTNIdSId 11UY  NlSWSl'APER  not with the Canadian Lavv^ which  does not aebitrarily fix any particular sum of inoney the possession of  which enritles an-immigrant to^rank  outside the pauper class. The Canadian Government leaves this pauper question largely to the discretion of its immigration officers, but  with the provision that n,o persons  are to be admitted who are likely  to become   charges of charity.  to assist    thenii.      Tnis wi.3 in   line  with the view    taken iby  the Board  plated ay the Board of 'trade, is  one which, if successful, should  piovc highly beneficial, to the whole  comimuuity.  Inan interview with Mr. Stnith had built ��������� one. "Itwas-upto the  Uus morning, the Ledger was inform ' Provincial government to construct  ed that be had visited Ladysmith in ��������� a road to the wharf,, nut for ,some  compliance with a request of the reason this had not been done.  Uomd, and that he had - offered to On its being pointed out to Mr.  secuie a hearing ior the merchants Smith the inconvenience of the new  oi Ladysmith before the, Railway wharf on account of the distance  Commission at its sitting ii they so from the city, and the comparative  desired      However, he did not think  nearness    of    the existing Dominion  this would 'be necessary if proper wharf, Mr. Smith stated that this  of Trade, and accordingly on Aron- leptesantation of the case was plac- was a grievance which should be  day evening next at 8:30 o'clock a *-'*��������� befoie the ollicials of the C.P.Ri. laid at the doors of the provincial  special meeting of the board (Will be ������>' delegates selected by the Board, government. They could have ob-  held for   the purpose ol selecting de-  11(i uitl not think, since hearing   lig- J tained a road to the present wharf  $l'7,O00,. the pretty j residence of .1. S  H. Matson on 'Victoria Arm and became the next door neighbor of Hon  James JDunsmuir.  .PLEA' FOR HINDOO ;COOI/IES  Tho  following-   letter and     editor's  .note   is   clipped   from this week's, edi  tion of the Montreal Witness'  (To the Editor of the 'Witness')  Sir,���������The     importation  of    Chines6  coolies for the help of British Colum  bia industries,  agricultural, and min  eral,  is engaging attention.     Cannot  something be done for the cause    of  the Empire     and  a    most   deserving  Continuation or tlie story that the  Chiiii-si* hud pin ehir-.ed the coiuti oil-  in;; iiii.ori.-M in a Itritish .Columbia  newspuper has been received from one  of tho leading- Chinese merchants' of  this city, who is also agent for the  Ciuu-adiuiU ' Pacific Itailway Company,  says Thursday's Vancouver World.  This gentleman, Mr. Yip Sang, is u  pioneer of the city and a business  man of . uumuililled good standing,  lie is tlu! head of thu well known  Chinese -linn of Wing- Sand and Wo.  He was asked directly if he k'nevv  that, the Chinese hail purchased n  controlling inturesW. in a well known  Ih'itish Ciiluuibia newspaper, lie said  .that Jit; knew of   it.  '���������Have .Voii tiny slock   in  the   company?"  "A little, nol. much."  "Is .it true that the paper will  continue a I'liinpaijuii hi fnvor of the  abolition of the Chinese Head, tax?"  "Watch a lilt It* while and you will  see vvluit. we will do," were his  parting- words.  From  another  source    came  the  information    that   lhe.  three     leading  Chinese,  shareholder's'   allegedly     are  Messrs       Loo  Geo  Wing,    Lee  Mong.  ���������Row,, and Tni Yuen. .  Mr. Lee Mong- Row is one of the  best Kjaowtt Chinese residents in Victoria, having been for years customs interpreter and interpreter for  transportation companies, besides be  tag very wealthy,, and, if reports are  anywhere near true, as good a poker player as ever sat into a little  game of draw.  CHOCTAW CLERK STRIKES  ORE IN CRIPPLE CREEK  legates to go to Vancouver and re  (fucst the C..P.R.|to red.ue ihe rates  on freight to Ladysmith.  As has been pointed out at several meetings of the Board of LVuic,  and published in The Lcdgei, at  piesent Ladysmith is paying much  more for her freight than s Nanaimo or Victoria, and the local merchants aie consequently greatly  handicapped  in   the competition   nol\  uies quoted by local merchants on' had they wished to. In fact, it was,  freight, that theie would be much I not too late to do so yet.'  diihculty in having the rates reduc-l Asked regarding thc erection of a  cd if put betore the proper authori-1 customs house and postoflice in La-  ties. iu other matters, for instance' dysmith, Mr. Smith stated that a  the landing of the steamer Joan, he'lot has been purchased from Mr.  behoved that the Board had receiv- Wim. Beveridge, situated on Roberts  ed a favorable communication from street, below the Opera House, for  Capt. Tioupc, to the effect that it those buildings, and at the next ses-  would be airanged to have the boat sion of Parliament, Mr. Smith .will  dock at the public wharf in futuie, secure The necessaey appropriation  only  for   local   tiade,   hut also     krl**1"1 Mr.  Smith   was of    the opinion  for the erection of these 'Uuildings.  Indian Territory, with headquarters  at South McAllister, I.T., and associated comprising' the Rvelyn  Leasing company,- have made a rich  strike-or ore in the Retina Savage  property on tlie east slope of Beacon Jiill.  The ore was found in a 400-foot  level, and while but small publicity  has been given the strike, several  shipments have been made and fair  returns received. The ore is improving as operations proceed. ���������  The ore in thc Retfua Savage was  first encountered at'a depth of 300  feet and was worked out to tlie  sideline of the Mabel W. claim of  the' Gold Dollar company -difiring.  rt was then sought hty crosscut  from the 400 foot level-with i.itis-  factory results, and machines ire  breaking the ore for shipment.  Frank Finnegan and R. \L ��������� r.y-  lor, Colorado Springs men, are president and secretary, respectively, of  the iRequa ��������� Savage company, which  is profiting from ' royalties derived  from the ore shipped by the lessees.  A shipment of two cars from the  strike in the Reqjua Savage was  made early in the week.  .Mr. Dodge has been mining in Colorado for eighteen years, always  maTitttaiining a residence in South,  iliVit has never met face to,face with  {food fortune in so kindly a marine?  as at thc present. . He left for his  home to spend several weeks with  his family. '  BOOKED FOR THE ASYLUM     (    Mr. J. Cartwright, winner   of   the 1 ford division construction camps.  Sutherland     is   a resident   ot  and has been in     towu  past few  days  looking    for  .      ..... ��������������� ���������.     _���������..    .,,������������������ ..,.   ���������.��������� construction, camps. Ho  taken in by I olice Olliccr Craig yes-   lestant    in  the 100-yard event,    and ' leaves 1 this    evening   via the-CN.R.  teritay  morning   gave vent^ to a po-j a|so  in  the    lescue contest    at  the.' for camp HvithjSO men and    expectu  "I'm   very j aii|uatic  sports   being  held   in     Vic?';'to return in a  week or two to pick  up .another 100 or 150 men.. There is'  litcly    terrible     threat.  sorry old man," he said "hut I'll rtm-i.l today,  have to shoot you.'' And he reach-|  ed for his gun, but before he. could  use it Officer Craig slipped his hand  into his pocket, and drew out the  revolver which was loaded in every  chamber. People who know Howard say that, they have no doubt  he would have used his gun on the  officer if he had had the'-chance. Howard is booked  for the asylum.  FAMOUS  WUESTLIOR  ARRIVKI)   TO-DAY  Vancouver,   Aug.  25.���������The comlrnit-  tecs'having in      hand     the arrangements  for  the. big  held  day    ouSep-  temher 22 are: meeting almost daily  and everything is now hjriiig( wrought  into shape for  the h;iggest     athletic  meet ever held on this coast.  A new  feature ^has been,decided upon, and a  series of tugs-of-vvar will be held,  in  which teams from various cities will  compete.     Carkeek, the famous wres  tier, will, jain-ive in the city *jtis|af-  ternojon    ajnd     will make Vancouver  his headquarters    while  training  for  his wrestling match with Roller,    of  Seattle,  in the Vancouver     Athletic  club 1,011 the   e'voning     of September  21.    Everything    is going along    in  first-class   shape and as hundreds  of  entries    are      expected  competitors  would  do  well to have their entries  in as soon as possible.  plenty of work for all the men that  us morning JVlr. Wm. Rolston, can.be had and those who are he-  while walking along First avenue ing taken out now are -guaranteed  carrying a Winchester repeatinj^ishot steady employment until the win-  gun, was considerably surprised to ter sets in. The wages are $3f> a  lii-.u- an explosion- within a few. feet  month and board.  f him,  and sec smoke issuing kum  the barrel  of  the gun in his    hand.  Speaking of the work under    way,  Mr.  Sutherland said:    "In spite     of  The gun had    been handed   to him ' the many difficulties wc have had to  for, repniirs, thef owner stating' that u.  contend    with the work of construc-  shell  had become jammed iu tne ma-, tion    on    the    Grand Trunk Pacific  gazine which he had found it impossible to remove. Mr. Rolston was  carrying thc gun by the barrel, and  did not have his hand in the vicinity of the trigger at all when the  shell exploded. Luckily the barrel  was pointed directly at the ground,  and the charge did no further damage than to tear a gtood sized hole  iu the surface of the street. Had it  not. exploded when it did, the pro-  bflliilities are there would have been  a serious accident when Mr. Kj^ston  attempted to extract the shell, as  it evidently only required a slight  jar to explode it.   o   Edmonton, Mta., Aug. 24.���������K. . N.  Sutherland, who is in charge of a  crew at camp 1 on Grand Trunk Pacific construction, gave out'a line  of work on Saturday night which il  lustrates very clearly what is being  done at the Vermilion and    Battle- J  grade  is  being  rapidly pushed     forward.     At present there are   seven  campafin-   operation and! the gradincr,  outfits    just now  are located    fifty  miles from  Battleford.     Messrs.   Foley'Bros. & Larson's camp at    Battleford Junction     has what is considered  the  best  construction  outfit  in Western Cam da.     They have   fifty teams to each camp, and also   a  grader which requires twelve pair of  horses     to    draw.     These graders  turn out no less than 1,500 yards.of '  soil per day,    which is reckoned   to  be splendid work.    Camp  1 employs?  about 58; the, other six camps average about 35  or 40 men each.      No  less than 200 teams are.employed altogether.     It is  confidently   expected ; that camp  1 will reach the   Vermilion sand hills  about the last   of  October.     After that the whole ten  camps will congregate at Vermilion  sand pits as winter headquarters..    , ttn  4.  I-  r .  ���������/>���������  THE LADT SMITH DAILY   LEDGER  ���������j������^  IHE  im  ft  S3SSB2SE2ia2B's2gS  ttgeaaarasferaa "^Tr.r.^a  1'i.bliahfli   every   day   except ScvJju  ���������BY���������  THE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  Oae Year (1b advance) $5.00  One Month  ~ ... *_  50 ceats  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SATURDAY  Aug.'25,   190G.  OROFTON HALL IS OPENED. *  Crofton, Aug. 2i.���������.-(Special Cor  i espondepce.)���������Oa Thursday evening  last the newly erected public hall  J.nown us the Crofton County Club  was duly opened with u conceit,  farce and dance. Tho hall was  pietlily decorated and the addition  wf Ilectric light lending a charm-  lug euect. The seating capacity was  taxed to its utmo&t limits and the  visitors coming from far and near  .were with difliculty accomodated.  The chairman of the evening,    Mi.  Langley, opened the programme with  u tew well chosen remarks.    This was  followed by a band selection.       ,One  hesitates   to pick and choose m this  exceedingly good programme. Almost  all the items were encored.     A   very  line comet solo  was rendered  by JUr.  VV'hittome,   entitled  "Life's   Dream  is  o'er.     The  solo  and  recitation      b.v  Mrs.    Stanforth ' weie vary much appreciated   and   the    comic  songs     of  Mr.   Mahaffy      and   Sir.   Brakespeni u  met with a hearty response. The au*.  ilience  were delighted    with a piaoio-  forte    duet    by   thc   Hisses,    Clarke  and   Sims,   and  also    by   a'palheuic  rendering   of   a solo  by iMiss.   "Wcsl-  i.uood.  Crofton was fortunate indeed iu  having^in their midst, a visitor, Aliss  Shelley, who chaimcd her audience  -������������������*,tth pianoforte sulpclions. Mrs.  Dunne well rendered an attractive  solo, as also'did jVTv Clarke. The  Oi"oftoii Glee Quartette consisting,  of Messrs Williams, Clarke, ' "Lew is  aiui Langley,   dramatized  "The     Old  UNITED STATES SENATOR  FROM SOUTH CAROLINA  PRAISES PE-RU-NA.  n  "A Wholesome Healthy I,ife llequhes Whole  some Healthy Food"  4 HERE ARE THREE OF THE BEST  B.5K, ROLLED OATS  B. & K. WHEAT FLAKES  N E M O ISEPfiRFEcJJ025  Uy usiug  these Foods ou al lerrmte days,  , you   get-   a delightful change of diet.  ������OL.O >BY /\LL  GROOERS  i  T i I  j.'i .'j I'lNiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iwiiitiiiP    'in iim "iriirrrnufflrnrrnnrrrl  1      WM  coal and wood grates  are supplied with every  Kootenay Steel Ranoe  rys  Londdn~Torohto  ftctttreal-Winnipeo  SUMMER DIARRHOEA  IN'CHILDREN  During the hot weather of the summer months the first unnatural loosed  ness of a child's bowels should have  immediate attention, 1 so as to check  the disease before it becomes serious.  All that is necessary is a few doses  of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami  Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose  of castor oil to dense the system.  Rev. M. O. Stockland, -Pastor of the  first M.E. Church, Little Falls, Minnesota, writes: "We have used Chamberlain's Collc^ Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and  find It a very valuable remedy, especially for summer disorders in children.". Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy  Henry Elliott, Esq., of Sherbrooke  N.S., Inspector and Supt. of Bridge  Construction for Nova Scotia, says:  "A bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT cured me of a very severe  sprain of my leg, caused hy *- a fall  while building a bridge at Doheity  Creek,  Cumberland Co."  Ii  Esquimalt   & Nanaimo Railway  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  '  ' EFPECTIV E JULY, 18.      ,  S. S. JO  Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouver everv Tuesday at G o'clock a.m.'  Sails  from Vancouver foi- Ladysmith every   M>������nday   and    Tuesday, at  1:30 p. in. ' ' >  Geo, 1*. Courtney,  ' , District Passenger Agent  *,       * . ��������� "i  58 Government St.; Victoria, B.C.  THE JONES HOTEL  Hardware" Co..' Sole * Agent  Oaken Bucket."      This  was  very   ef-  good sljlo.  fectively   rendered     Miss.   Devitt play [    The  second   pai t   of >the    progirain  ed the t accompaniments   in her wsual' was   a  force  comedy   entitled     "My        turn nexl.    Airs. Kuimei, Miss. Jl-'eui'l  JDevitt and Mi?s. Liiuina Pollard  took the ladies parts und ' Missis.  Williams, Wade, Lun������ley and 1CI-  liot taking (hose of the gcntleiiicn-  The whole piece was exceedingly  veil given and bespeaks highly of  1 lie   local  talent    m  this direction.  Ilefrcfahmonts weie then served and  the hull was in the meantime prepared for dancing, which continued se\eral hours. Crofton is to  be congratulated on its fine ' hall  and thc very best thanks arc due to  Mrs. Dunne and Miss. Dcvitt in  their   untiring efforts      on  Us behalf.  M  ft  1  IT DEFIES  ��������� COMPETITION  ii'  m  Ex-Senator M. C. Builsr.  Dyspepsia Is Often Caused By Catarrh  of the Stomach���������Peruna Reliever Ca-  tar> h of the Stomach and Is Thci tfoi e a  Remedy For Dyspepsia.  ������-���������-������-���������-������-#-���������  .[,.;''  .;���������(  i Hon. M. C. Bntlor, Ex-U. S. Sen- y  jator from South Carolina for two T  'terms, in a letter from Washington,^  ' D. C, writes to the.Parana Medicine >  [Co., as.follows: f  "I can recommend Peruna for'i,  ^dyspepsia and stomach trouble. /���������>  \have been using your medicine for ?  a short period and J feci very much ^  [relieved. It Js Indeed a wonderful<?  .medicine, besides a good tonic."      |  ���������i m m * m ?-������-&-��������� ��������� OHM ��������� ���������-���������-������ a ��������� w ������-o-o-������-g  GATARRLL of Lhe stomach is tho correct name for most cases of dye-  pepBla. In order to cure catarrh of thu  etomach the catarrh must be eradicated.  ������������������'���������.- Only  an  Internal   catarrh remedy,  such as Peruna, is available.  :������������������: Pernna exactly meets tho indications!  i 'iinL.'-iii.      ;��������� ���������  (j'nlo'rii.niade Capital & Nugget Cigars  to  l.'lij:   (.'ji/iijl  ���������  . ^  Si  t  NOTICE.  I will not be responsible for any  dehts contacted by Oscar Motti-  shaw without rny written order.  S. MOTTISHAW.  Nanaimo,   B 0.,  August 22,   1906.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby givencthat I intend to 'apply to the Bon id of Licensing (.'(immissioiieis at their next  sitting, tot a tiansfer of the retail  liquoi   'Kfiuse  now held hy  me   for  the P������u t ft Hotel, Ladysmith, from  myself .(���������> ''hristina Hoggan.  D.  B. IIYND. ,  Ladysmith, !)th Aug., 190B.      -      lm  ������������������������������������������"���������..������������������-��������� ������������������������������������  ���������.������������������"���������-������.^������  I Pioneer Boti; Works  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. 0  tf. f. Humming Prop.  |     MANUFACTURKR OF  Carbonated Beverages.  Ginger Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   24S  ..������..(..������..*..������..���������-���������.  CLASS    GL.CEE&  When you want a Glium glooe  see that   you get the    globe  with tlie rubber ring on     it,'  as  it is thc only    kind    that  can keep the' water out ��������� the >  globes without tlie ruh|ber ring,  canaot     Keep    out water, you  eel    sec that    by  examining ,  tfcem.       The artificial   flower  that  is  put into the    globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  an teed to be the best, and   if  you    want  a1 globe    with     a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T. '  X.  Jodcs, agent for  JgHfsNRV CREWJ  The oMly    place you can'  get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  Frenih    Wreath Co., of   Lon-.  do*      arls,   Melbourne,  S.A.,  Co:, kui-ox Rd. & Milton St.  UA.NAIMO B.C.  -i-WHITE   COOK���������  V   and   ���������- ���������   .    '  ~WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block' from Depot.)  OAT ACRE   STREET^   ' Ladysmith.  ,    , LnderiNewlManagmeht  HOTELiVi/lLSON  Jus-l R. rV'cKinnell, Prop. *  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' headaiaitera.  tfodern and ,  Strictly First Clats.  Fire Proof    BuUdlif.  Try Capital and Nugget Cigars  ''or a 'cool, refreshing*���������  B A T Ii  During the Summer  Months Call on^   THOMAS LEWIS  Sliaving Parlorsj' etc.; i  High Street  III J. HI'S  * NURSERIES, & SEED HOUSE*  Large Stock of Home grown  Fruit and   Omamcntal,Trees  now    matured Tor-;the'' .Fall  i'J,Tiade.  No' expense,  loss or delay  of ��������� fumigation or inspection.  ,  Headquarters    for    Pacific  Coast grown Garden, Field;  and Flower S,eods; in season.-  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  Whale Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants, Gut Flowers, Bulbs  For Fai! Planting  We do business on our own  grounds���������no rent to pay and  are    prepared    to meet,  all  competition. ''  Let me price your list before placing yolir order.  Catalogue Free.  Pest accommodation, (or transient  tnd permanent boarders and lodgers.  qra:no    hotel  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  date. Rates Jl.ti a day, and ap-  w\rds.  ,    - WM. BEVERIDQE, Prop,  ���������uplaaaf* -���������������-��������� :���������: !���������.:;���������: Laa>Mtltk'  M. J. HENRY,,  3oio Westminster Road  VANCOUVER  Plumbing and Tiosmitdi  Fletcher Bros.  ���������_. ..Dealers In . ...  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith, B.C  DONE   AT  Reasonable Prices  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at I'eterson's Furn -  ture Store, or telephone No 55.  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight S >ip art.I follow Direction s  4,+4,.|.+4,^^+++++++++*i.+.l.^^.++.l 4,4.4,.l,4.^..I,.l,.>4-^-1-4..1..1.^.I..l..*..i.,l.^.l,^^.^.  .xpress Work  ljfghfc Teaming.  Orders  With-  W<jod ������r     Bark   for  sale.     See J.  KEMP,  or    leave  W. CARTER,  FIRST   AVI..\T1K  PHONK      fin  ^���������'"���������^Vjiirl'KE haY-while-  .���������������������������4^,y iiy.vi   ,,/;.!.! THE SUN,SHINES." \h  ^...���������-.,.  ,....,i-.������-    ...     ., -*.*-7ork   0[   ^  ows   thatUl  '���������"'��������� ';j(i,'tfierei!V:i' lesson *������ thc'*-w  i: 'OMJOtne',tfiritty farmer. '^He know  '!."���������'  ^e-'hrip s'Jlr^biii������i'may last  iw;',    VVarandi)ne',pr^ar:es -.tor'1 the s-u...   '" fe 'wfc aVe; ^'o1'UaW^'-W -;'f611ow.      So  '���������'���������!''V?"-i. 'iJ������V.vM!<i& HHif ftver.v''.'vhoiusehold.  ...������������������....���������..���������.....a........... .^..,..���������.,���������. ...,......������������������  First  Class  IGS FOR HIRE  DELIVER K I).  i.������.<|..|..|.,|.i|..|m|..������,  WOOD  AND. BA UK. FOR SALE    AND  expre. ssWork.  DAVID JOHfSSSO:  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  "���������.������������������������������������0.>0>.*������*������!t..  ������..���������������������.Hl..*.....a..<..>..������...���������,.... .,..,���������,���������  ..������..���������..���������.....������.....  ���������.���������..���������..������������������.������..  H������..������..*..tf..9������e..������..  .������������������.������������������"������������������.���������.������������������..���������..  i  "'itvs^oui'd'''De ^ith! evetyi'-'houseliolcl.  ;'' v    ?i)ys^i{Jery,! 'a'iarrhtJe^ 'atodJflifotera ;mor-'  fev,lj^^'nairi^rJJi,h^'!J,'Golibi)*' etoUwa1 *������(,  **x^ij$&$ik Eetfea^,iw1iioh.li's.������-.=the'-lVesij  known remedy for these "(diseases,  should always he kept at hand, os  immediate treatment is necessary,  and delay may prove fatal. -For sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  1 Scoiiands Best..  ������    ^������������������o������������..������..������..o..o..������..������..i������..���������������#.���������..,..e..������..������..������..e..0..#..������.' ���������������������������������������������������������������  1    If  S^ Sola  i  5 DAT CO  ijeirls foi  Ji. C I  !Vffi9������EBSIHS2S2agSSEiSa!S  STOVES!"     : ;: STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  AIJ kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  'Nickei Piating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & IronWorks Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53 - p. 0. Box  12.  ..������..������������������.������..������..������..���������*.������..������..������..������..*..a..i,..*M0* t������**"**  *  *  *  **  f  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  Sll PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, QOL.D AND  **���������  SILVER ORES.    Smelting Worlca at  fCADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, 6. G>  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager,  ���������*>  <**���������  *���������  +  t  +  *  **+***+fi'*i'+*+*i'**'i'++*i*+*i'*'i*+*ii.+^+*i**f*'i*-r-t*f  THeCITYMRRKeT  ! R.Williamson Pjtpp  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B C.  LAD^SM!TH TRANSFER STABLE  PrANOS,     ORGANS    ANDHOUSEHOLD    FORNITUBE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  t  Stabled iii the re������c of the Ladysmith hotel,  Abhotiford  Leave orders ".at   the  A. J. WASKETT PROP:  i^4-*-*-*.^*.4-4-4-*-*-*.^.4.4-V-������.-*.**4-4-*.-*,  -4--������-4 -n..t.4~i-*-4. a  WM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. V?. CORURN, Managing Director.  * Telephane 4-6.  PAINTING   AND  PAPERHANGING  Meatly and Artistically Done----------- -��������� ���������- ���������-"-   Orders Promptly    Execute  S. ROEODfiNG^-���������.-.-:-' LADYSMITH  J        MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADYSMITH-f^s.*������a *���������**������  ! Shingles aSpecialty  | MANUFACTURERS OF���������-  I Rough and. Dressed X^ii* and Cedar Lumbers  |      LATHS, SHINGLES, MO ULDINGS,     ETC.,     of   the BEST  \       QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  ^^<>>,*v<>^^>,%ja^^*s������Sfc^'*^*>j>^'*fcj>!^>' **-^*^-^.fffi-_*>^ jif^ii f^^^iiii*fc^ii*t-%j-iij'%^M^iu  f  4:  ?!  F  4,  4  4]  4:  4  4  4'  4: LODGES  LADYSMITH   TEMPLE,    No.    5.-  ' Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday,, at 7:30 p.m. .  MRS. KATE TATE,  " '      M/of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF '  DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, UjA.O.D.  meets in the    I.O.O.P. Hall,   Lady-  ' smith,, the Second and Fourth   Wednesdays) of each  month,   commencing  Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to'   attend.    By Order  WM. RAliTEtt, Rec. Sec.  ,    oPATRICK BURK, N.A.  it SIMPSON  SoMcittr, 'Etw.  .t.   \wtw  Loan  LADYSVI H  ii  GALEDfilAN"  Leads Them    Al?  LN. QUALITY  RiP. R1THET,  & Co., Ltd  '' ' i'  ,   Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA. :���������:-:-:   --    ���������: :���������B.C  Dr. R.B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist   ,  All  work  guaranteed  and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  Open at all hours.  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    CaKei  <$Iade   to  Order  FRUITS   AND   CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    /."flESH   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.     All  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP  LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  /THE LADYSMITH   DAILT  LEDGER  -^-���������aT  Mannfacturersof the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOn  [ ;  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  CI. J. BOOTH. Prop^  DAY  SCHOOL.  Usual subjects taught; also language?, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors,' pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  .en in classes or individually- \. ,  MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith.B.O  ALU -.  Wall Papers  ON HAND  To be sold at HALF PRICE  ' t  Call oo J,[,  House and Sign Paintei  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,  Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Fire Brick and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora St.^ Victoria B.C.  J. PIEBGY & GO;  IVIamifacturers Of.���������   ' i  IRONCLAD, BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORS, B.C.  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Drilling![Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.   PICKS HANDLED A  ND REPAIRED   -SIIIPSMITHI NG    IN      ALL   ITS   B R A N C ITKS  Hdrseshoers and Genera* BJacksmittis.  R. WRIGHT.  BLiller Street   -      -    -   ,-   Ladysmith, B C  ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must he in by eleven o'clock oa day of Delivery,  Union  Co  I-  f  ��������� ���������  t  ft  ��������� ������  *������  >���������  Limited  | NANAIMO^ B. C.  NANAlMd  NEWS NOTES  Mrs. Jean Armstrong McGirr, wife  of Mr. William McGirr, of the C  P. R. Ticket Oflice died yesterday  afternoon as the result of the terri  ble injuries received ou Thursday last  in the kitchin of the family home,  Newcastle Townsitc, where her clothing',' in some unaccountable j manner caught fire from the stove and  inflicted such terrible "burns as to  necessitate her removal to the hospital, where after a brave struggle  for life, death, oventually came and  relieved the unfortunate lady" from  her terrible sufferings.  Tlie sudden death of Mrs. McG-lrr,  whom every one thought was recovering from her terrible injuries,  comes as a great shock to ��������� the  large circle of friends, who held' her  in the highest esteem and affection.  It is needless to say that the ^heartfelt sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved  liusband and family in their great  loss.'  The deceased, whoso maiden name  was Jean Armstrong, was 32 years  of age, a native of St. Mary, Ontario, and was married about 12  years ago in this city to Mi*. McGirr, at that time purser on the  steamer Cutch and now C. P. It.  Ticlset and Express Agent in this  city.  Beside her husband, t\v������ children,  survive. She also loaves to mourn  her .loss, a molber, Mrs. Geo'. Herd,  of Victoria; two sisters, one residing in Toronto, the ��������� other io Vancouver, nnd two* half brothers,  Hope Herd ot this city, and Fred,  Herd of Ketchikan, Alaska.  The funeral will take place from  the family resideince, Newcastle Towi  site ou Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Several companies said to. he  good, are booked'' lor the Nanaimo  Operii House for September, more  will follow. It is to be hoped that  if the management secure good at.  tractions a good patronage will bo  given the. House.' - Nanaimo has on  ough people that like to be amus  ed and entertained'and cau afford to  Pay a reasonable rate for so doing  so that with a .careful selection of  productions for,tho Opera House it  should not look for support, give  tho house a fair trial too, often a  "Vihow that if seen in Vancouver or  Victoria would lie called good is  not so well spoken of in a smaller  city, of course, thip is to a certain  extent for the reason that since product ion's   en a not always be so   well  OW MONEY AWAY  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has created a New Era  in Poultry Raising.  The soiling Hen as a Hatcher,  has been proven a Commercial,  Failure.  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has always proved- a  Money Maker.  . No. 2���������120 Eggs  Ko. 3--2W Eggs  THE SETTING HEN���������IIerfazl-uies  have discouraged tunny a poultry vatser.  You can  make inoiitty  raising chicks in thc rtjihi  way���������lots ol  ii.  Noon6douiii-,ih-aivi<i; u ir.ur-j in. ������.-iiiff   ^ (j^t. Pleasant and Profit  oblokuns witli asooil 1'ieuLnUorn.iiU JJiuuilo.      **��������� V"r*"l������ *.      " ,, ,m W���������<nn  UdoMoi:ti.ofi..uhMmiuci.iMi<.rrtnrti.u.o.ioi  able Business tor women  l!Kte^TnB������.hii. jou.ll,,tt ",U' {������������;!������yLV:.,M Raise Poultry  THE CHA TfiAM lA'CUBA TO/?���������lit  sttaess has eilcouxtgcd many lo make  mote money than they ever thought  '     possible out of chicks.  lllltlU UUAUH    VW*.       Ji������w  .'". w,........*,.. -,....���������.;-  ou the natulnutf, wlnlu UiuIjuii U<jim i������'- IM-hi  ���������KB������. ��������� imisCVi.iNeiv^oi.iVinuiiiiloi- sinil l.i oodei, 'out       You ui.i only Kcl or,o ejJJP "''ji;?",'V"j.ur. "J  , Our No 3 Tncubutor will b:iU-b as ni.uiy er.rs   Lbisiiiau.*. n. Uio'������di<> i:y wmv an inv.ssMnt.iit   a year, but wiffi a  Cb������ U.m> J m ibiitoi   .no  If j on keep tfl lii-ns fi imi U> ine  for 8 wcok-j, how much cosh do  j "      .������, .1,      hi" m W I '.J.o in., spec.,11 ulilc-ccus troiu uuly Pwrmft umil ^ inU-r und  iiiiui-inm. > wi b.ne a L-inpi.'\i*i/month.    J lunk or il 1  unci com. ,.ii. uu (c u. low i-'mnui^ hovo rtlsdorcred that  Ifyouitio in carne-l, ������>. v.iH -re > on up In ,_,,,.,,. isIll0)U;y r��������� lhe p0ull!y l������i*.inp-sand l.avo  Uio ponliy lj.iMiii-. uill.uut .1 ,\^!-r.,"��������� V:   ..\ f'.nutl rlu-, bi.ineli ol fwiui'-K ��������� jjiollubji* V.  youloioif cnull bt,ii would h>i������o Uio ponlliy lj-.i-.iin*��������� uill.mn .i iO!.. oi t i-.ii   f������������������.,t| rhi^ bi.ineli ol ffi.nu������-B so iJioMubK* that  laid 3 d.vi-ii i>*.--. in d. csszi .no    ^ fi    iio..n.   If we i, cio i.of yuo ll'!lt,1''V v.!!,i' V;;,1,',1   tlu'j   li.no ln->l*iljpd nsvei.il C'luilbiiin Ir-unba-  I uu.  Don't you Uiink, tlieiuroie, Lh.it il iit-.yn. to  keep tho liens) luynij; ami lot tlu Cliutli uii  Iuuubutor do tho h.itcliii i..'  Tbeia uio many olln i" ic.i-on-, v.hv I o  Cbath.iui Jiicubiilur i ii.l JJroodor ouLc.u ji  the nottiug hfii ,       ���������,    ,���������   ,  The hen ac^a nbui nIio i-. ic.tdy. 'I Ik- 01 (it  ham Incubator is nlwiu j nTi'i\. flv pl.wm iitr  to take oft a. h.ltch at tho m/lit I inn*, ><nt n*'-)  have plonty Of biodei- lo .^cll uln-n bi ji'ui..  ureacarcc and piicos at U.u tun nutfli. il >ou  depend ou tbo tn-n, jour t').ul.*> "ill Bioii io  bi oilers j uhb ������hei! ovi.iy olliC*v hei, -,on.e'r- r-<-  beintc inaikulcd, and mIiuii the pi.ee is holmi  Uiff. ^  The hen isa c.".ielesJ niolUt." nfloi* !i .i.^in^'irr  shicksumongit ^\oi t',"'s-*.|l1' b* ������. n*������.l i.. ji'h^oi  whoie rats can con let .iio 1 >. ytnnitf.  Tho Chatham Juonder bilnv.^ il-ytV, i- .i  perfect utoihui and \ciy i.uelj looc*. si tiiitk,  and is not intoiteil wit'i lici1.  Altogether, theie i-. .ib-.nluU'ii in ica-.oiiiil.ie  reason (or corinmnn;,' Die u--s <>l >i hen u*. .i  hatcher and t'ici-> it.i-on ������!i/ J on -l.onld  haieaCb.ithaiii Inuiibirm (in I Ihoiidi*..  We are uiakint; a itij ������pi ci.'il Ojlci. *..!.iL)i  It will pay you to mvcs-li-.' itc.  Small Prcmisea Sufficient  For Poultry Raising.  Of course, if vou have lot ^ of rnom  -o niin'h  we ivill snir NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREKSIIT  PREPAID,  A CHATHAM  INfCtJBATtfR  BROODER  i l.    i  &i  Yon Pay us no Gash.  Till A iter 1906 Harvest  11 ULJ.*t"3. ,  Ubo niiiikot is fclwavs fjood and prices are  nevoi low. 'llioilcinoiidisnlwai-.inexw^of  thu supply .uul at lci tji'i tinifs of the year you  can piacticdly ������el nnvniiouyon c.ucloiuklor  ;roo'l iimilois. Witli.iCliutb.U" Incub.itoi and  ntLooder von can .st.ut b.itiluuK at the ij';bt  time to Ming Uio chickens to ftiaikci.iblo  -oroilor-, Mlien the supply i-> vciy iow und tbo  price, .iwoidmjfjy IiikIi. Tliii you could never  tlu ivith hunt, us halchcrs. ���������  Wc know tb.it tlioio is money in tbo poultry  busii.es-. loi cvciy l.um"v who will go about it  ii-itflit.. All jdii Jimotodois toKcl a Chatham  lncub.ilor.i'id lboodei and st.irt it. Hut pcr-  bips you uio not picpared just now to spend  ;lhomoney. This, is why **e make tbobpccial  ulftsr. _  IS THIS FAIR?  We know theie is money iu riusinjr chickens.  "We know tlie Cbatbaui Incubator aud  Brooder has no equal. ,_,������.������.  t We.know Hint iMtb any reasonable effoiton,  your part, you cannot but make money out of  the Chatham Inculiator and Brooder,      .  Wo know that ������e made a similar oiler last  year and that In eiery case the -payments were  met checi fully and piomptly.and that in many  cases money was. accompanied by lottcrs ex-  s prossinp satisfaction.-  Therefoie, ������o have no hesitation in making  ������  11      L     -.    . J ;.. ..    i _         1-. av> a. i     n't������������������������**'������net-,   mfin  'wTt'liM'tV In- 'iieiisas tiaVciit"-! - "^ "ou'u-u-l yet a CJi'iitl.-mtn. --1 bod never seen an , incubator  win sumiitj nt-iis a lumu < i                         i* ,,,,.,1 l ..,, ul>,..i voura.   1 was p eased and sur- yyi-uo us h. pusiii utuu nn." ju>"  '"���������"= *���������"-  C hath un Incu'utor ad l.r   . C Vcd to - t o cr SO per ion .. and thu chickens address, and wo will send you full pai tioolaw. as  _To enablo.eMM vood ' t > U    a I... ,tai   i ,     e i   v>i   u y   to; ci. M ������   o    i                       could wen as our beuutiflllly illustrated: book. "How  ^"e, v%^M 'olJo'r "ti'.VJbnl V '*Vo, th "yoVi   wy<������ *\\lllne'Vucccssfully. Jas. Dav. Kath-   to ^^money out of chick,.". VI rite to-day  whilt'Lo in vebt i'mU' wol!; tlm. ' ^  Wo om simplv vou ..i. cklv from our .i,>iihutiw wnidion^ al C.ilBary. Brandoi>,Itegiua, -iVInnipeg, New Westminster. B.C., Mont.^aL  Halili*:  C'li .tliaiii "  Pai-t'ini.-* at i_n M iiam, iki., and Dili i:t>ii. alien.    The'lUANSON CAMPBELL CO., LSnaitcd, Dept No. 15 A CHATHAM, CANADA  HILBERt  lOBH  am  W.  SILWit v  ^ENEKAL EXPRESS ANB  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY po- ���������  Leave orders at the Abbotsfor*.  Let  S3  quois  on a good Fanning Mill or good Farm Scale,  staged, but ia addition there is tho  inclination with nil of us to crit-  ize at home that which we would  call good if seen in a larger theatre in another city. Last season  for instance some good shows as well  as some pooi ones were at the Ka-  nauiio Opera House, and the good  ones did nol have, as good audiences as they were by merit enlLitled  to and some of thiuu that did not  deserve it were criticized seveily.  Let us all give the Opera Ttouse a  fair chance this season and see what  STl-'AM   HKATRD  FURNISUEU     ROOMS  BAR SUPPLIED IVI'l It UK- T  WINES.5UQUORS, CIGAR-  can   he   done by the   management in  entertain .ng.  BRUSH WITH INSURGENTS.  Havana, Aug-. 24.���������Colonel J.  Estrampeis with 45 recruits from  Tlavana was fired upon by 80 insurgents and ambushe<l behind a wall  near Guinea. ' The recruits were  routed and three of them were killed and six wounded.  iNwE^TIGATO KILLING  OF POACHERS  >  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulalious.  Anv     available    Dominion    Lauds  within the Railway Belt    in British  Columhia, mayb.  ���������hdraesteade.T   hy  ^y person who is the sole head   of  ���������������   famUy, or any male over c<eht*ea  years ol age, .to. Uie e^teat oi    pne-  inarter section ol 1G0    acre*.,    mote  ���������' or less. :/ ������������������������������������ -��������� -.v^-.....  Entry must he made personally at  the local land oflice for the district  in wliich the land is situate,  The homesteader, is ���������required toper-  form the conditions connected therewith    under   one    of the    following  plans: ���������        ���������.",  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultiyatio. of the land in  each year for three years.       :. ���������   \.  (2) If the father, (or motticr, if the  lather Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upo* a farm in ihe vicinity of. the land entered for. the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own  stead, tho raiuireuients as to refji-  dence may bo'.satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six montlie' notice in writing,  should be given to the .-.Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Qttavva of intention to apply for patent.  Cool lands, may he purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acft|.uiri.*d 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,  Deinity of  the Minister of Tn fori or  Q-.TTT^TTTTT1Q  BOOTS & SHOES  REPAIRED  J. A. REED, j  Roberts St.   Near 5th, Ave.      <~\  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rftteo $1.25 nnd$1.50���������  Fro to all steamboat. hindingB aud  railway depots. Electric care every five  iaiinntea to all partB of the city. Bar  and table nnoxcelled.  ABBOTSPORD HOTEL  A.J. McMURTRiE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSMITH,   .. C  Good tables and'good  Rooms  The Glasnow Corporation has, decided to sell its inu-rriciipal telephone  service to the Government) for  ������305,000, exclusive oi tools and  stoics which will he taken over at  cost  price.  Washington, Dc., Aug. 24��������� Through the Japanese embassy here tha  Japanese government is making an  investigation into details of the affair which resulted n the killing of  several Japanese poachers on St.  Paul island of the rribuloff group.  Xo disposition is manifested on the  oart of the Japanese government to  make trouble over thc^incident, but  it desires to obtain all the facts.  This Hotel has   been completely       renorated.  Board aid iodgimg $1.00 per dky.  _    PRETORIH  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  A force of Government artillerymen  under ���������commaiad of Capt. Pujol today  occupied San Jau.n de Martinez with  out resistance. This town was taken  on Aug. 2:5 by a hand of insurgents  operating under Pino Guorra at San  ���������* UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  prompt relief must he obtained..  There is no necessity of incurring expense of a physician's, service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at  hand. A dose of this remedy will  relieve the patient before the doctor  could  arrive.    It    has     never   beta  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ent residence upon farming .am, ^^   ABB0TT ST    VANCOUVER B, 0.  ed by Mm in tne vicinity of his home  P   YOU  WANT AQOOD ���������  first Class   Mea!  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  Antonio de Los Banos, Havana prov   coultI   BnlVo.     it    u^     ^^.^    .   ince. A detachment of rural guards 'known to fail, oven in the most sev-  lodny encountered a band of insur- 'ere-and dangerous cases and no fam-  gents. Of the latter tw0 were killed 'ily, Bhould be without it. For sale  their comrades dispersing. {by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  wmtsmta  ;;������  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street am  oav Water     Rates,; between the 10th    and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P.H. 4.3111     m  T. I BLANDn.  -..,... ,  ;.'��������� SUPERINTENDENT.  Attention is called to tfce   tact that tt������  Ogiivie Flour mils Go   Limited,  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD,   FLOUR,     haTe for some ������im������  past been producing Hoar in a    Tustly  improred and parifi--'  form  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control of   all the haile patents relatins. thereto, take this opportunity of a dvising  the public that any unauthorized users of the electrical   flour parifyinj processes  will bo pro-  Decutei.  Ogiivie Elon* Mills Company Limited  are tlie only millers in Canada whose        Flour  purified by trie E'eotvic PraoB39 \{A j*- .'     V  '}  ?  >1    '<   ,.,  *a  C I"3TA^FSJI.tr t>vrrir: tiSDtfER  ' I".  ���������^���������^fofr*^^^#^##^$H$"S- ���������$ 'I* ������$���������  #  *  I Always On  Hand  Best of [Groceries*  A Large Stock of ^  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES |  That Can' Be Beat A  I  ^���������^������������������^���������$H$r^*^^*$#^^^ ���������$���������$���������$*$  I SPECIALS  i P  > ���������    This is clearing-up season and if prices will  clear out our Odds .  & Ends we will  Certainly  succeed  3 Do/., colored Blouses, print,  muslin, etc.���������Reg 75c.  SPECIAL 35c.  Smith, Fotos,  That's All!  Local Items  Mr. Ralph Smith, M.P., arrived ou  the morning train from Nanaimo.  Mr.  D. Nicholson  was a passenger  to Wellington on tho noon train.     }  Mr. and Mrs.' Jas. Adam leave tonight on a two weeks' tour of the  Sound cities.  Mr. E. Rowland, after' a week's  absence from ' tlie city on business,  retuined home at noon today.  Ticket     No. 88    won the rowQijpal  which was raffled recently. The holder,, of  this     ticket  can receive     thc      Tue  proprietor of the New   West-  boat by .calling on Mrs. Conlin. crn Hotel-Bar was last evening fined twenty dollais and costs by Jus-  A special meeting of thc Board of J tices of hhc Peace Matheson and  Trade will be held oh Monday even- , Stewart for selling liquor on Suiting'next at 8:30 o'clock in the-offices j day. This is the first case of 'the  of Mr. J. Stewart.. kind to come    up ior trial   in    thc  mencc operations on Monday next.  The men who have for thc past two  weeks been blasting stumps, have a  good start, and many stumps have  been loosened in preparation for thc  arrival of the machine.  On Wednesday evening, 'Aug. 29th,  Rev. Dr. Bryco, or Winnipeg,, will  lcctuie 'On Canada and Great Britain.'* Stcrooptfcon views will he  one of tlie fcsitiucs o'f thc evening.,  ' BAND CONCERT SUNDAY '  The hand will give an open air  concert tomorrow, (Sunday), starting at 2:30 sharp, on the spot recently vacated hy the Merry-go-  round.  Band mombcis are particularly re-  questctl to attend practice Sunday  morning at JU o'clock sharp.        I  Mr. Jos. McKinnon, who has been  visiting relatives in the city during  the past week, left tor his home in  Nanaimo on the twelve o'clock passenger train today.  city, and 1hr fine imposed last evening was the lightest that the law  urescribes..  Another parly or local fishenncr  will leave tomorrow morning for  Cowichan Gap and will spend thc  day fishing. They have engaged  Messrs. Harruw & Hayden's gasoline launch  for the trip.  On Saturday, Sunday or Monday  next is the time to have your picture taken. Fricke and Schenck are  in the city at the old stand on  Campbell's corner.  The stumping "machine arrived in  the city this morning, and is today  bcing hauled up thc hill, where it  will  be put  into position  to     com-  S.S. Duneric reached port this  morning and is today loading sacked coal for the North. She will take  on,about 2,500 tons. While 'Coming  up. the hay this morning thc Duneric sighted a rowjboat afloat, which  she picked up and 'brought into port  The other visitors at rthc whaLVcs  today weie the Geoigian,' (Amur and  Henrietta. <  None.Better-Capital & ISugget Cigars  Fricke and Schenck, the well  known photographers, are in Ladysmith prepared to do first class photographic woik.    Will be here three  days   only,  Monday.  Saturday,   Sunday  ���������3$  \r3>V 'ty;y'  $2o.oo to $a4.'oo.Suits for $i������.vio ;  $24.00 to $28.00 Suits for S20.00 I  Tweed & Worsted  Pants $3 .*:���������. Up-1  ,.{��������� ��������������� ���������;' j J >5i. v<t. Sa: ^������s ���������  1 will be in Laiij smith every  Sunday prepnicd to take orders fo; ���������   UP-10 BATE TAILOR  MADE   CLOTHES  and Guarantee Satisfaction  W't: an: making, a Biy Reductions in the . Price of ������������������ our  ���������Clothing for next month so  this is  your chance   to  cart  and  see ine  Will beat tin-  Ladysmith    Hotel  ��������� Ivvory Sunday  4 Doz. colored Blouses, trim-  med with lace and inssertion���������  Rejr. $1.50  SPEdAL 75c.  SPORTS GROUND  "  SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.  T, O'Connell.  J. Sanderson. ���������  J. Eno.  D. O'Connell.  J. C. Gillespie.  Wm. Sanderson.  R. McMillan,  W. S. Morrison.  Jas. Adam.  4 Doz.  Ladies' Belts in silk  leather, Etc.���������Reg. up to $1.50  SPECIAL 25c.  3    Dozen   Children's  Aprons, Etc. Reg. 50c. '  white  SPECIAL 33 l-3c,  2 Doz. women's linen Aprons  with Pockets ���������  SPECIAL 25c  Walters S  zikenhead  t ,  (ill Dand Ml  To Vancouver, Labor Day, Sept. 3  S.S. Joan stalls at 6:30 a.m.   Returns from Vancouver 10:30 ' p.m,1  ROUND TRIP >  ADULTS  '   $1.50  CHILDREN, (under 12) 75  Tickets on  sale at  Smith's  Candy  Store and from Band members.  NOTICE.  If you want    to sell your chickeus  for a fair    price, bring them to   J.  X. Smith's restaurant, 1st Avenue.  Mj'tarri-  ..intracnt cures Distemper.  ���������     NOTICE  Boots and Shoes made and repaired. Wc do the1 best work; use the  best Stock for the least money.  A branch of a Victoria' House.  HOP SING  FLETCHER BLDCi. ist. AVENUE  If you want a good cook, apply to  HOP LEE.  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  The Latest  SCHOOL  BOOKS  -AT-  KNIGHT'S UK SfQBE  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Airedale terrier, black hack with tan  head and legs; tail docked. Anyone  returning same to the Bank, will  be rewarded.  NOTICE  Must Be Sold  . ���������_~. ���������  ^  .  (.  i Merry ���������go-round Organ���������Plays 36  Tunes���������Suitable forBa*- Room, Etc  1 Small Organ Plays \36 Tunes by  Rollers with Key Board to play ��������� by  Music���������Good for Family Prectice  BEST SEWING   MACHINES  VERY   CHEAP   3 Beautiful Large Pictures, Tinware,  Etc. FLETCHER'S VARIETY STORE  Minard's Liniment Cures  Cows.  Garget in  GHARLIE HOY & Co.-~:-27 Store Street���������VICTORIA  Konm.-rly Charlie   1 '��������������� 11 it .^V Co.  mmWrnWrnm^mMz^, ^\m^i^mm^  A nice assortment of  Made by Ramsay Bros--Vancouver  ���������Including  Arrowroot,   Soci al Tea,  Lemon Square,. Spice,  Sand-  wich,  Maple Cream, Apple Blossom, Cocoanut Bar, Empire Mix-j      %g  ed, Marslwncllow Fingers,    Aiexicans,   Etc.,   Etc.  25 Cents Per Pound  Patronize home industry,   and try a tin of  Ramsay's Cream Soda  Jmssmi3am_25 Cents Per Tin  BLAIR Sc ADA.  For Qillard's Pickles  UMP  EVERY DRY SUMMER thc question of drawing water Irom Mother Earth is brought forcibly before agriculturists and others, for which purpose the BEST  pumps are  required;    that is why we stock  riYERS' pun ps  In every variety such as MYERS' LIFT PUMPS, MYERS' ASHLAND STOCK PUMPS, MYERS' ANTI-  FRIOUZINO FORCE PUMPS, MYERS' DOUBLE ACT-  INCI FORCE TANK PUMPS, MYERS' NEW CENTURY DOUBLE ACTING FORCE PUMPS, MYERlS'  HOUSE POWER PUMPS, MYERS' SIPHON PUMPS,.  MYERS' HOUSE PUMPS, MYERS' SPRAY PUMPS,  Etc., because they  ARE   THE   BEST  In construction  material  and durability, which   wc will  demonstrate  if you   will call on or write to the  SOLE AGENTS:  ,. .{IOR & CO., LD.  THE BIRiMINClHAM OP B.     C.) ,  123 Government Street,. Victoria, B. C"  ���������  SCHOOL DAYS  are commencing and every boy and girl should have  one of our   SCHOOL  SH  185     Boys     Sweaters    ir5<>  I25  "-75  now  ti  it  $1.25  $1,00  .50  200'Pairs Boy's Twbed Pants  reduced to 85c. 65c. & 50c.  Boys Tweed Caps from 25c. to  65c. each  Boys & Girls Hosiery and Underwear at reduced price  .,    , .'.  *  :���������  ���������  ���������  ��������� :  ���������  ���������  ���������  ttimenReiser\&%o.  LIMITED ;  t  ^ When ordering your MEAT clon'l forget to ^  ^ call on us. We. keep nothing bi?t the BEST, =3|  ^. that the Market can afford and guarantee ^  ������ SATISFACTION 3  I ROLLED CORN KEF **-*" IM-tt. ft i  i^-****���������        ������������������ " *���������'   '   '  .   .,     .'^TTI'-AASr^ZlIlAZI-. .       ���������������0  ^^^m ��������� ��������� ���������  4 \.> .^^  I A. HOWE 1  E MEAT   MARKST ,        3  ff  r|Mnwnr^-BBTM^������>������^na^ UWIMI  "Smith," t<Clabroagh/,  "Parker," "Remington''  and "Winchester" Guns  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE 90MPANY LIMITED  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  AVENUE.  Suits    Made to   Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  i-3  WATCH REPAIRING  All Watches entrusted to me receive my Special Attention. The  Repairing; is done on my premises by myself with 34 Years  Experience as a Guarantee,   fly Charges arc m-derate for-���������  FIRST CLASS'VA/pRK  B  FORCIMHER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE,  LADYSrUTH  For Your Sunday Roast of-  \ M OR II  -Call on me tomorrow  R G. PAN NELL  i!i  GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  Iwvwvw^  ;������������i������ii������������*������t������������ft������att*ea '���������'&������������������������������������������������������ se���������������'��������������������������������������� ���������  e  a  We are still in t&* Wall Papor r.nd  Paint Business, and are selling slathers of it, wMcli shows that our  prices are right and give good satis-,  faction.  If you wish to do your own Plaint-  i������g or Paper-hanging, make your  Picture Frames and Furniture look  new, come and have a talk withes  and we will cheerfully give you any  information that you desire and  make your task easy.  LADYSMITH WALL PAPER DEPOT  Harry Kay, Proprietor  l Granite and Marble Works |  e  0  ���������  6  O  Granite and , Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  wiUi first class stock and  workmanship. "'/rite for  catalogue.  A.   STEWA'RT,  148 Yates' St. Victoria B.C  >���������������������������'  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  Dr. Dier can be found at any time  at his office on Gatacre street. His  dental work Is guaranteed to be first-  class, and rates reasonable.  Smoke Little B Cigar*. ;    )

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