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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Aug 31, 1906

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 SfORYtK BOTTLE  OF MURDEB  ii sd  Tacomn, Aug. M.���������S. P. ' Garness  found a stoiy of a sea murder in a  bottle which, w.is washed, ashore last  Saturday on his ranch on what is  known as the West Passage. 'Outness saw that the bottle contained  writing, but to his chagihi saw that  ��������� it was written in Chinese. Jle  brought^il to this city and ' showed  it" (o several Chinamen, all of whom  read.it, but refused to inlerpiet it.  At last a' Chinaman from Olympia  ���������was found who save,! the following  interpretation of it:  "To the Consul'; Dear Sir:  "We   ,on    English    ship  Ossonunj.  Saturday we stopped at dock.      Before    we    stopped . second   engineer, ,  '(chief   or   male)     killed sailor boy  named Eng Kong.     Carpenter    Eng  Toy Saturday go up    and  tell    the  captain not to  le,t that fellow    got  away any place.    lie  in jail now."  The Chinese consul  was asked     to  help the wi iter-to get the man hung  as soon as he could.  'There is a  CMiiniuman now   in   the  county jail by the name of  Ah Tim,  who was a member oi the crew    of  the English steamer Ardmount.  Asked  concerning  the  matter " tho.    cap-  . tain of  the Ardmount said:  ��������� -"I don't understand this. .No one  was murdered on my ship. One sail  or, Ah Kong, was struck by a wave  and instantly killed. Ah Tim w.is  jailed for going ashore vitlio*it r;o-  per papers."  -Tliere has been in,port'no such n  ship as the Ossinung, and it can not  be told whether this name * was intended for the Ardmount.  i    rnisi  LEGAL LUMINARY  TOURS THE  WESTERN COUNTRY  U'liuiipi'i  T.    Chase  la.sgi.im,   iv.������...,  oi--.iUouue.il,    uno,  rs DM  ACT IS A  GOOD ONE  ������������������-  The Winnipeg    Free Press contains  the following interview with the Rev.  u un n!s .wile, na\o neon louring uio'J. Cf. Shearer, who is at present in  ,.c-m, u.is  in mc en-, icsieumy. mo] the West, and who will visit   Lady-  STAMPEDE ON FOR  *    "-.  '      -   DRUDGING  CLAIMS  Dawson.���������-Not since the days of,I ho  wild stampede of 1897 and 1S!)8, has  the. Klondike known such excitement  as prevails today. The phenomenal  success of the two Mg dredges on the  Klondike river has given a marvelous impetus to the staking of all  low-lying bottoms for dredge purposes.  Scores of streams, have boon staked  in eveiy quarter, and scores of applications are being made for submerged river gravels. All .the land along  the shore of the Yukon within live  miles of Dawson, noith and south,  is token up, wand the river bottom  along the same sUetch is applied for.  for dredging.  The Mazie May is among the latest streams to be stampeded for  drodge purposes. R. Pa tion and ������������������;-  sociates staked the first claims on  the creek, and h.ive applied for the  grants to the ground. They were  accompanied by vi'uiLe a number of  men. Patton creek, a tubulary to  the Ma/.ie May, also  was staked.  The Afiazie Way is a tributary of  the Stewart, forty miles above its  mouth. Tbe staging on Mazie was  begun at a point fourteen miles  above its mouth.  Thc,Mazie May was staked several  years ago for ordinary placer purposes. At that time -a. number of ]  fine nuggets were: secured on the,'i  creek, and it promised to become a  producer, but water and other .troubles discouraged the miners. Now  they believe the dredge can overcome  the early difficulties.'  Snawise gulch, a tributary of the  Yukon river, 1,000 feet above the up-  ic.uiicu allocate ii win Oe . lciiicui-  uclcii, /was al "one time al/ioruo/-  ji'um.'ial oi Uic province 01 tiuencc.  4j.c serveu' eigm years an cliu pro-  wnaai legislature, and an' oujuat, period in tno I'ea'cLal parliament, oui  was. ueiuaie-u al ine last oicoUoii'ami  auCi. not mini' oi entering politics  again.  jui. Casgr.un told a leporter la,->t  uigut tliat eastern people "who uu  nol come- tins way do nol know aiiyi  tiling'aoout Canada. -1 was in^wn-  liipe-g iu J.3Skf>,"' lie said. "There havo  oceii woiuici ml cuiuiges in thc mcau-  nmo. I lemuniucr only i.Jorvage ������iv-  uiiuo and' iViam street.  "i. passed through here about Aug.  5, anu have been to'iJanii, Vancouver and Victoria, /and came back  uuough. the/crow's Nest. '1 have  oucii much 'uiieiesled iu tlie flint auU  iiuiies oi British (Coluniib-ia and in Uiu  wiieat growing on thc prairie.  "1 have come bade convinced that  ihe only tiling lor the' politician to  up is io improve thc lines ot com-  iinunicatiou between the west and the  east. "Tiiat should oe the ^principal  plank in tho platloini of both parties.'' it is the" Only way to, keep  Canada together.  l'i would do everything to shorten  the. distance between tho cast and the  west through the great lakes and nv-  eis. ln fact, 1 would not care if tha  government spent .-.lUU.uuO.UOU iu-improving transportation facilities.  "One, feature which lias forcibly  struck mo," he continued, "is that  among the" man) people I havc.mel  wno ha\e come here from" the east  not ouo has said ho would1 like to  go back. This le-markablc spirit ot  confidence will he a great tauter m  the advancement ol the west."  Kefeuing to Winnipeg, Mr. Cas-  giam tnouglit Montreal should take  a leaf out ol our book, especially in  icgaid to the maintenance of the  sLieots and the beautifying of the  1 parks anil thc residential localities.  Mr. A. Bergoiii, M P.P., of Ncau-  harnois, who intended to return lioiini  ward last night, was also much un-  piessod with what he had seen, lie  intends to visit thc west again. He  thinks'it is  a great country.  smith in the course of his toui: Rev.  J. (.}. Shearer, general secretary ol  uic Lord's .Day (Alliance ol Canada  was .jii mo ciiy isaiuiday on' tnc  >.ay io ciiic iMcmc i-oa*-.t, \Wiwe in  i.ic we&t .ui. ������>ju-aiM uiu Uoiuci. a  iiuinm.i     ui  a(iuic*>scs iugaituug   -'luu  ���������W.Jt. l'.4U4.1111l  CL.1.1 LU lltUll,       >, i^LUll^  14K.14J        jfU.ilLA       Ll44.vHl&U      UlC        ������t.al. J1L  .. ui    tt\.   44t4Cv^illp������.iili.u   Oil   l-Ue     ll-lp   >   u^  .'.ci.    \V.   .11.   itL/cir^tci.,   wolOin   'Si.^-  iciaiy   01   ti������c   .w.itiiiLi. '      ji&iuLuay  liiL. 01lC.1i.Ci. ailulii*i*ilil luO COHgl O^a-  Ul/llS    111    11 uiai'icy   ttiltl    LllCIUCU, iui.  41.01-1n.-b1.u1.   jjuLivoilim^,   Slim la l     UUl.Ob I  in Lviuo*>L-inui.      iuu.1)   nicy  nicci   luu  u-iBJUUiii Ol ^xianawlicivall ill jUO-  Dlll.i,   allll   LolUOllOVV   UlC   C\.CCUU\U     ol  ...1.4111a incur.  111  calvary.     'Hie   "st.>--  tOuiilCh   .villi  ICLUllllllg    lo  B. C. GAZETTE  NOTICES OF  lllCll   g<J   OU    lO   L'UUCOIxjL  ttlllUlpC������   lOl    111C       ll.au  ...uimay   111  csepremuei.    ' *   \  Blue Veil creek, the fust below  Clear,_ has been staked by several.  Robert Smilee applies for discovery.  Reliable Oicek, the second below  Clear, is staked. Keliancc cicek, the  thud below Clear, also is staked.  Varicie island, opposiLo Reliable  creek, is coveied by two stakers.  Oharlcs AlcLcod asks for discovery  on the island, and is a stakcr on  several of  llie eieeks namcil.  A point on the high land back of  the Ciiitsohicr concession is being  stampeded. Foity claims there have  been staked within the last day or  two. None of the stake rs have applied  to the milling iccordcr for   en  try for the; ground,  but the advance! through  the present offices  information  >>pcuKiiig to a reprcseniativc ol tnc  i'lLC  j.Jlc'iaa   in   leiuiUHCU   Lo   WiC Uuli. a  Uay    Aci,    passou ny ine  i>u*miuiou  nousc    ai    us    ieceut session,   ivu'.  ^licaiei saiu:    "111c presenc aci mis  us imperiecnons, Oui it  is  ttie   oesi  law 01  its  kimt now m lorce     any-  wueie m    llie world, and tsunday--is  uel'icr observed iu Canada  than   [in  any 'othei   country.     Even   Scotland  must yield  to  Canada iu this     respect, while some other countries, Uw*  united States lor instance, are uaiiil-  lyto  bc compared with the Dominion in this regard.    When  the,   new  act comes into force, the superiority  ol Canada will be still more marked  in thc matter 01 Sunday. observance.  The new law  with refeienec to railways  will forbid all general     repair  work'    on    Sunday,  all construction  work aud all. local nuking up    and  handling"of"freight trams.       It'*wUl  prut cut absolutely all Sunday excursions,     whether    by    railway  train,  steamboat or tally-ho, or by    other  conveyance.       It    will     prevent  the  Sunday importation    or distribution  ol     newspapers,    as    well as other  printing,     lt   will  foibid  tbe   opening 'of theatres   and all sports   and  games foi   money or reward.  "Thc clause in the act requiring  (hat^the consent of the attorney-  general of the province must be secured in each instance before proceeding to prosecution in any particular case, . while unreasonable in  theory, will have no real effect in  the enforcement of thc .act. We do  not anticipate the slightest difficulty  in securing convictions owing to this  provision, as long at least as we  have attorney-generals of thc same  personal character as; we have at the  present time We have already in-  tei viewed several of these gentlemen  regarding , the enforcement ��������� of tho  law, and have received very satisfactory assurances from them. Wc could  never have succeeded in securing the  present act on our own initiative or  of     our  In the appointments appearing 111  this week's Gazelle aic included thu  following:  ilis Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased lo  make the following appointments-.  Francis Maw son RaUenbury, of the  City ol Vicloiia, Esquire, to be a  Justice ot thc Peace 111 and ior the  Pro\ inceof Butish Columbia.  Cecil Knox Courtney, ot the City  of Victoria, Esquire,* Bauistei-alf  Law, to be 'Acting Police Magistrate of the City of Nanaimo, Acting Stipendary Magistrate ior thc  Province of British Columbia 'and  Acting Magistrate of the Small Debts  CourjL for thc City of Nanaimo und  the temtoiy lying within fifteen  miles ot -thc said City.  James Alcock, Lyai Garrett,     Jo  MEET AGAIN  -������+ ���������*-  One of the matters discussed at  the meeting ot .the school trustees  last evening, was that of the extension 01 /inie fur the suinnici .holidays. ,  Tiusteu Carroll was ol thc opinion  thai theie should be some, clause 111-  suriud ui the  act which  would   provide for the trustees ot diftereut sections lixing thc time for thc re-opcu-  mg of  the schools,  instead of    having  the matter lelt iu the bands of  one    nun    for  the    .whole province.  Whether the schools opened now,   or  two weeks earliet,  the teacbers bad  to  he paid just thc same,   and    ho  thought that when the people    were  paying    the teacher's salaries, "they  should have through    their trustees,  some say  111 the matter as to   when  school should open,    if, 111 sonic sec.  lions   01    thc piovmcc, thc weather  seph Clurhonneau aud George Mor- . dm lioi> l)errult tllc opening of schools  gan, all ol I-Jall's Prairie to be De- 'tmi same conditions mi,ght not. obtain  puty Game Waedeus in and for tho I m othcl' sue^oas, and he thought this  Delta Electoral District. j matter should.be lelt to the discre-  Coustable    David    Stephenson,    of   tlou oi    thc trustees.     The rest  of  he,  for    one,    -was sorry that   she  could not return.  Miss Jeanette Mebius, of Nanaimo  had written for the vacancy, and'had|  been seen by some of the board. A a  her recommendations weie excellent,  it was decided to accept her applicaf  tion. Miss Mebius was communiea*  ted with by telephone, and notified  of the acceptance of her application.  She will commence her duties on  Tuesday morning, Monday being a  holiday. Miss Mebius is to receive  $C0 per month for her work.  Trustee Carroll, of the management!  committee, reported that during ths  past week he had installed Miss M.  Glenn in the primary department until such time as a teacher should bo  employed. Mr. Carroll stated that  Miss Glenn had done exceedingly well  and was, he ���������believed, doing very  good work. He moved that she be  paid for thc week's work at the regular salaiy.    Carried.  Air. Carroll had    also    spoken    to  Nanaimo, to be a Chief Constable,  from -1st day. of September, 1900.  George McKcnzie McLeod, of Van  Anda, Texaua Island, Esquire, to be  a Deputy Alining-Recorder for the  Nanaimo Mining Division, with sub-  lecording oilicu at Van Anda.  Thomas S. Futcher, of the Ciiy ot  Victoria, Esquiie, J.P., to bc a  Court of Revision and Appeal for the  Nanaimo, Cowichan, Alberni, Comox  Pender Island, Galiauo Island, May-  ne Island and Salt Spring'Island Assessment Districts, from the 1st  day | the ^c*'*1 member,  Air.  Parker    Wil-  Principal Hunter regarding the mat-  the hoard were of  the same opinion,   ter of having one teacher- present dur  aud   Chairman    Kummmgs lcmarked  that it seemed hardly, right   to him  that teachers whom they bad never  seen before should bc entitled to ono  whole    month's -pay  for five,days'  work, as . is the case now.    Especial  ly was tins the case in his opinion,  when  weathei    conditions permitted  ol the opening of the schools a couple of    weeks    before they bad been  opened.  Trustee  Cai roll  suggested  that    if  of September,  JilOC,  in the ola^c   ol  ilis Honor Judge llaiiisou, resigned.  WORK IS PROGRESSING  ON TWO BIG DltEDG'ES  liams, was seen on the matter, he  might, be able to have some change  made in the Act, whereby trustees  would be vested with power lo open  the schools when they saw tit: This  nutter was discussed only informally, and  no action  was taken.  The principal business of.themeet-  mg    last    evening    was   to consider  which applicant    should be   selected  lor the position  of primary   teacher  ! for .whom  the  board had advertised.  were    seven  Dawson.���������Work on the two     Gug-  .genheim ' dredges   oii_ 101   below   on  ' Bonan/.a  is    progressing at a   good  ���������pace.     The  franiewoik of  the     liisl  dredge is nearly all in   place nnd the  upper parts can* be'-seen from -along  distance  down  the  load.     Thc   second dredge is beginning to assume a  definite form, and soon will he mount cellont recommendations,   in thc op  ed with  the upper works.   The much-  i,liou oE  lhc hoard,  the majority   of  incry for    both    di edges is arriving   -hem f^1*-''*  l������ comply with the con  and being luinied  to \ho claim     hy Jditions laid out in the advertisement!  train. 1 'l'1(i battel had distinctly stated that  The water from Bonanza is being ** teacher who had experience in pri-  tumed over the surface of the claim, '���������������������* ���������ovk was required, and it had  and    is    cutting    off  the moss   and   lj*,et>   *he intention of the board     lo  ing,the noon hour and recess foi the  purpose of looking after the pupils,  and Air. I-Iunter will look after the  matter.  Accounts amounting to $569.31  were lead, and Trustee Carroll moved that a requisition bc sent to the  council for the amount.    .        r  Before adjourning,   Chairman Itum-  mings brought    up the question    of  children who are  seen on the streets  during school hours.    He mentioned  several whom he 'had noticed looking  after    cows',    instead     of being'   in.  school, as they should be, and iii Mr.  Rummdng's opinion, something should  be done    in    the  ,matter.    Trustee  Greaves   was .  also of this opinion,  and suggested   that the truant   ofti- *  cer should    look  after the children.  Air.  Runimings     stated that he had  spoken to Air. Callendar,  truant officer,  and   that gentleman had stated  that he    had warned thc   children's  parents   time     and     again, and al-.  has reached the office! friends. ,Tluit the act was a govern  that t-he stakci-s arc busy. The Grot- j men* measure accounts for the fact  scliicr concussion    lies just back .  of i t,*1{l*i ������fc we,lfc  through in its  muck. It is declared by those ac-  jquainted with the woik that the  ill edges will find no dithculty in cutting the gravel after the water has  cut off the muck. Tho plan is to  use a hydraulic head to hasten thc  removal of the muck after this season. Once the muck is removed, it  is claimed, the exposed gravel and  that beneath will form a conductor  which will convey tho boat through  the deposit ami icmovo the frost.   o   LOOKING FOR  FIRE CLAY  There    were    seven    applications on j though-they     had    promised to send  hand, and although they all bore ex-j the children,  they had not done   so.  "*" -'   ~~ . ���������J.J.-���������    .-_   xi--   .     1 The board were of the opinion that  an example should be made of some  of them. However, they are to bc  given one more chance, and the truant officer will again give them a  warning.  Trustee Cairoll asked Secretary  Stewart if any communication- had  been received regarding a high school  in Ladysmith. It will be remembered that .at last meeting a letter had  been read from Air. Glenn, ashling  that the board ttake some steps toward establishing a high school in  Ladysmith,  the parents of the pupils  secure' what might almost be teimed  a -specialist', for.'this branch. While  most of those who had written for  the position gave references regarding their experience in teaching none  of th'eni contained any special men-  don of primai y work.  Aftei   Aliss Abcrcrombic's letter of j paying  a part    of   the expejises    in-  Kloiidikc City, ami  the ground  being  staked   lies  farther  back,  yoml the concession.-.  Tlie  stal  of  now  b'e-  p resent  form. The legislation askod for by  the alliance was we are persuaded,  moderate and reasonable, and 1 am  nng continues on Black-persuaded that it will have the ap-  Hills crock and. tributaries with 110 Proyal of a very large majority of  sign of stopping. The claims arc, tnc right thinking people of Canada."  per line of; thc ,.G rotsclvicr concession; slaked'on the1 main 'stream as low  is also one of the latest places to be as 1/13 below discovery.; The latest  staked by the stampeders. '  1 tributaries applied for arc Wade and  Klein gulch, a tributary of  the Sel i Barrett,   on     each    of   which   about  wyn river, is staked. A report has  been received here that some good  prospects were obtained. Klein  gulch was located to a considerable  extent in early days.  Clear Creek, the first stream on the  right limit of the lYukon bolow Dawson,   and several of the other . trihu- \ ,.       ., ,,,-,,.,  teries of the-    Yukon on the    same   be protected"without doubt until the' lnS ttlf     caneeletl    Klondike conces-  side  of the 'river,  have  been staked.J last day of  the existence, of thc old \ Sions to  the department of     justice,  ten claims have been applied for.     S  More than 1,000 miners' licenses  were issued in Dawson in July of  this year. This is a record. .The licenses are in demand.    Mamy licenses  GOV. MclNNIS IN  QUANDARY  Dawson.���������Gov. Mclnnes has reoeiv-  which expired shortly before the last e? information that ^tho department  day of July, are being renewed so ! ������[ the -|-,tcr-or- at Ottawa .on July  ���������Hurt thepropcrtv of the holders can!19' hand������������ ov<* iU1 ,tbc data rcSaud-  arc   pouring'-into    the  Applications  gold  office.  William David McKay, has applied  for discovery on Clear creek. The  stream was staked three years ago  for quartz by Fred Aiivoid and others. Anvoid later led the memorable  stampede up the Pelly to Hoole canyon.  code,  issued.  Yesterday 109  licenses  VALUABLE.  Wife���������Wake up,  John!    I'm  hear a  burglar downstairs.  Husband���������Great Scott!    I  hope he  I with instructions to begin action   to  dispossess  the concessionaries.  Gov.  Alclnnes   is  without  information     as     to    tbe exact procedure  T ! against the concessionaries.   He   has  sure 11   a.   .  not been informed    whether the  .actions    will be held before the. terri-  ,.',.- 4,   4  ���������,     ,    "'������"'��������������������������� A ! torial court in Dawson or before the  doesn t discover that chunk of ice in;  the refrigerator.���������Chicago News.  j exechequer court at Ottawa.  The Victoria    Times    of yesterday  contains the following:  "Robert Chalmers, of the Dom-in.  ion'.geological department, is spending a few days in thc city, arriving  on Saturday-with -A. i\ Low, who  by this time is speeding towards  Mexico. Air. Ohalmers' special line,  is surface geology, and for some time  he has been engaged in researches iu  the plains of the Northwest endeavoring principally to locate fireclay,  which would ' enable the extensive  manufacture of sewer pipes, largely  needed ' by the new municipalities  springing up in that section. Fire  clay is found now about 2G miles  from Moose Jaw, but hardly in great  enough quantity' to supply the heavy demaad' and importation from  south of the boundary is resorted  to. This morning Air. Chalmers  went up the B.���������& N. line to Ladysmith, where there is a large depo-* I  sit of fire clay. He will also pursue his investigations on the Mainland of this province before returning to Ottawa."  All-.   Chalmers  has not yet arrived  icsigmilion    had been read, in which  iL was stated  that owing to     sick-  cuired.    Air. Stewart replied that no  communication had been received and  ness she would-be unable to resume consequently the board can do uoth-  lier duties,  Trustee  Robertson moy- ing further in the matter,  ed, seconded hy Trustee Carroll, that Those present at  the meeting last  hei   u'signation he accepted with  re- evening weie:    Chairman Rummings,  p,ict by the board.     She had   filled Trustees Cartoll,  Greaves and   Rob-  hoi   position most satisfactorily and ertson, and Secretary Stewart.  STAMP CARRIES  SILVER DOLLAR  New York, Aug. 31.���������An interesting dollar contribution came to the  Republican congressional campaign  committee yesterday. It was a silver dollar with a postage  stuck 011 its face. It was addressed  plainly with red ink to Congressman  James Sherman. The dollar was  mailed in St. Alary's, W.Va.   o ���������   The Maple Leafs, of Vancouver/won)  their first lacrosse match this season on Wednesday afternoon, when  they defeated their old enemies, the  Vancouvcrs, by a score of five to  nothing. Besides being their first  victory, thc Leafs have the honor of  securing the first shut out game this  season, a showing of whioh they may  well bc proud. Unlike their previous games, in which they usually  got ahead, and when they had vie.  lory in their grasp, allowed their  opponents to beat them in the final  quarter, the Leafs yesterday put up  a strong fight throughout and r'.ir  they had scored their five goals,  played a strong defensive game.  The match was the protested Van-  couver-AIaple Leaf contest, in   which  A MONTREAL  MYSTERY.  Alontreal, Aug. 31���������A gruesome  find was made in a quarry in the  Kile End suburb of Alontreal today  when a baby's body was found in a  stamp j suit case floating in the water. From)  marks on the body it is thought au  attempt had been made to disembowel the infant. No name or indication of the identity was found  about the. suit case. The police are  at work on the mystery.  in thc city,  having probably     stop- the Leafs  were defeated by one goal  ped over at some station down   the '  line.  only, after having to play extra time  to decide the winners.  A lone grave has been discovered in  tho heavy timber round Chilliwack  lake bearing the following inscription: "Sacred to the memory of  Michael Brown, a native of County  Galway, Ireland, who was drowned  in Chilliwack Lake, October 10th in  the year 1858. His body was found  and interred here, June 18th, 1859,  by 'his comrades, thc members of  Company F. Ninth Infantry, V. S.  Army. Age 20 years. Requiescat.  in pace." The monument is somewhat artistic-ally carved from, cedar.  Tho lettering is extremely good and  the shaft���������forty eight years after its  erection���������is in an almost perfect stat-q  of preservation. Only where it enters  the earth does it show any signs  of decay. 1 '^P'W^i-^^^i^'  ������������������u^ri^.*'*-****1 *���������>  ISiiiSi^iiifS  THE LADYSMITH DAILY   LEDGER  IHf  i*i.j  rlUILY  every   day   except Sunday  ���������BT-  I1IE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year  (to advance) [J. JB.OO'  One Month  _ ... .... SO ceats  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH. -.  FRIDAY  Aug.   31,   1906  EXPRESSES  SYMPATHY*  (Associated Press)  Paris;   Aug.       30���������Cardinal      Gibbons   has   written   to  Cardinal  Rich  ard, . Archibishop of Paris, expressing-  the sympathy of tho   American Oath  olic '-Ici'gy   with the French church.      ��������� o   STRIKE EXENDTNO.  Madrid,   Aug.   30���������The strictest cen  sorship    is     observed  in  regard     to  strike news,    but   it  is  known   that  the   movement   is extending   at  San  lander  and   Bilbao.   n   TCITCHIiVER TO .COMMAND  London,        Aug.    .'30.���������The   Tribune  states  that  it is rumored  that   General  Kitchiner will  soon  bo appointed  to  the Irisk   command.  LADY BAMERMAN DEAD.  JMarieiihead, Bohemia, Avg. 30.���������  Lady Campbell Banncrmnn, wife of  the British Premier Sir Henry Camp  bell Bannermaa died to4ay. ; She  had been an invalid  tor years.  BREAKS THE RECORD.  Montreal,      Aug.      30���������The   Canadian   Pacific K. M.  S. Empress of Bri  tain  from     T-timouski,    Aug.     25th,  at   9:30 a.m.,       was  reported     x 00  '    ..       ���������    .       -,,,,.     .      ,     , .,���������   "^d- is  due  at   CiiK-'ljOc    shortly  after  ���������miles   east   of Malm head    Aug.  30,   ,���������.,.���������   .,   , y ,  . . fa .nudnight  lui.m^  made a vemarkably  at d- p.m.,   and is due   at Liverpool'fn���������,   ���������,,���������      , - ,   ,,  . .last run,     i aa^%.n^evs will reach Mon  Aug.   31st,    having-  beaten'  uuoeiftUi team ol Uiii> cny learuuu  thai-" ili^u- iyiuwi- aLConU uDjcjiiaii.  j_.   -v-    lianuiv.,   is  LO   Uli   UloO^olA   tii^.  o <.'���������������, tuc Jiru-^ue veunA, &a^a ^nui������uaj t>  i-uioii.ai.. jt ib only a tew  weekfa a<;o  LkaL-    ..at'ieior.   lelt    Victoria,      Demy  ' * '  unaulo ��������� to   s>ucuio   a  situation.     xjui--  ���������Jiy 'tils" buay ni this city no bhov.cu  | ^tiuii liei- Knu\\ -tiio yaiuo  n-oin'  beyin-  iiui^ 'ip ,eno, -ainl   was   well   iliouylii.  ot> oy tne rails oi tins at\,.' Jn remr-  rmg  to  Jiib   uU^uiit  into  proios&ioiiai  company,   tht;     Buaule     'riiiiCs,  sa*,s.  L.   A.   Uuuielot,   wlio   was   tL-aveliinji  ior a. whoiefaalu house ia 'I'lisco,  anu  whose job   wont  up  m siuoicu  in  ilic  big live,   will   likely   bo  given  a  trial  in the outhcld  on  the  beanie    touiu  Uiis  week.     Uaueloc.  bioke  into   Uio  b'ami!     in  Ari/.oua   .with Dolly  Gray  aa������il l'*red Runnier,  but has  uot  boon  playing nnich. jn tho last three years  lie plaied a  lew  yanies with Viictor-  ra a short time ago, and while he is  not in tho best of shape, he ought to  be able to pluy as  well as some    of  the  bushers ltuss  lias  tried'out   this  summer.   "Wattelot is  a little, dubious  about 'starting   ia  with professionals  vrho-huvo  been playing- all  year,  because he Ikia btfen out of the game   a  long-    time,    but  he    loels  sure that  with, a wfcol*. or  two  to get his bearings he will  be'able.to hold his own  in the outfield.    Jn'bush league company U'attolcc'is something "of a hitter,   but it  remains  to  be seen   how  well he will hit against professionals  who are now  at  their best.  , -o   A 1'AST RUN".  |   Montreal.'Aug.   30,-Tiie  c.   P.    II.  Empress   of   Ireland  Iroru  Liverpool,  August  ;Mik.   vias   reported  oil  Mat-  Jane Light at   l.lu  i>. m,  Aug.   30,th.  damage 'to Uio U-UU- tiecs. Laj.4it.tij1  I*labor emi-2n.u hk- a*j.-iit>v.aui-u oi j*i.  Anders, <.axd mo iatto.- act out m  tlie evening Wilh his rille determined to put un end to his neighbor's  trouble-  ���������\L,>.iug- beJuud a lo&, iutenti^  watching- lor tho approach' 01 two  inai-audi-u^ door, Mr. Anders was ut-  tractud' by a. noise bchiud him'and  lummy his Head, louud his l blootl  iuu cold as ho cau������nt a. glimpse,  of throe panthers, crouching ' within'  twenty loot, and apparently ready to  spring. As quick as a Hash, Mr.  Audeis threw, hia maya/iuo ride to  his shoulder, puliod the trigger twice  and had the bulisfuctiou of seeing  two of tho brutes roll over dead,]  wlnlo tho third sprang away into  tho bush, Jt was not until next  day that he discovered that it too  had been, killed, <its strength after  receiving tho fatal wound only suf-  iicing   to carry it   out of sight."'  SUMMER.  DIARRHOEA''    ~,' f j  .. IN CHILDREN j  During the hot weather of tlie summer months the first unnatural looseness of a child's bowels should have  immediate attention, [ so as to check  the disease bSfore it becomes serious.  All that is necessary is a few doses  of Clianiliterlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose  of castor oil to dense thc system.  Ilcv. M. O. Stockland, Pastor of the  first M.E. Church, Little Falls, Miu-  nrsols, writes: "We have used Chain-  bviIain's ,Colic,f Cholera and Diarr-  ln,e. i.emedy for several years and  find It a very valuable remedy, es-  peci My for summer disorders in children."' Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy  Esquimalt   & Nans'  a Sat  iifway  MONDAY, SEPT, 3.  ���������a* m: xittf&*mr rwT-m.- aMu.JiWfBi  HOBBY'S JOKE.  7   a.m  the record' over thc course frora  Rimouski to Liverpool via Belle Isle  by about two    hours.  treal I'Yiday forenoon,  Aug.  3lst.  IxMSPECTIOjV  IS ���������E^l.-OKOED.  Winnipeg,       Aug.    30.--TProceedings  before   Royal    (iraia'   Commission to  day estab U*diod    the  fact that  grain  inspection   ns  at   present, enforced, is  {as nearly    peric. c   as can be  reason-  Itussian fron  &bly  bs  ,.x,Jt.,.u.(1.    for    out   ot-      80  resulted    today   in  tbe    Cham- 'complaiuts    only   five   were   sustain-  'DALNY AFREIO POUT.  iVewchwang,    Aug.   30-Japan's notification that  it will  continue  Dalny  -i! a free port    until .China     provides'  ' ustom   houses    in  the  tier  eApf Commerce in petitioning tbe  consular body to suspend the collection, of duties at New Chwang the  headquarters of Manchurian customs.  'J'he Chamboryif Commerrc mnintnins  that the present condition fhivnlciif  I lie exist i-it*o    of Vi>t\   C'^uuiir.   O v!   BATTLESHTP     SERTOTJST/Y   DAMAGED.  Quebec,   Aug.     30���������The    battleship  "Dominion" which touched bottom  when coming up the bay Clml >��������� -���������  is said to be in a much more s.t  fous condition than gonera'ly bolii"  ed, and is making water ri all I ���������'  three of her ..tanks. Exports are ( m  irio; ont from England to c*cn *,:r  hot* before she leaves.  ''Pa," said Bobby, as he leaned  over the deck rail,' "what kind of a  boat is  that out on the lake)"  "That," replied pa, as he raised  bis glass, "is a sister ship to, the  one we arc on."  Bobby watched lhc big funnels for  ���������a  while and then  said:  "Pa think that must be ���������*. bro-  thcr ship."  "Why so, my  son?"  "Because it smokes so'much." ���������  Chicago News.  Henry Elliott, Esq., of Sherbiooke  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 by a fall  while buildjng a bridgfe at Doner ty  Creek, Cumberland Co."  z.?UK*������*3*aa~cu-MKam>  NOTICE.  Excursion' rates will, be in effect to all  points, with a double train ser=  vice each way   .  Geo, !_���������. Courtney,  Districlj PJissengwr Agent  58 Government St., Vicloria, B.C. , .    ,  ed.  Rancher's     Narrow    Escape    When  Watching  for  Alurauuing Deer.  "Were it not.    for   his steady nervo  presence   of  mind    und   trusty     rifle,  Anders,   I ho   well   kuiown  Arrow  iii  Lake   rancher   who lives just   above  Fire Valley, would not be in the land  of  the  li\ir,<*.   ii'i!.i,\,    "says  the  Nel-  ���������>on   A I-us  "It up' .!��������� . tli.i Cupt. Fraser, ot  lb'* s'favi'i iCiiow ;iu\, who owns a  ram li on . he \rrow Lake near Mr.  .Vndcih'Milm j. had b<.en troubled by  ** ��������� ���������>i.s of a couple  ��������� wlinh fic-i'iio'itly came unlder  of 11,_h(    imh! did   considerable  ���������fplLU  h"   i.ir.viVi. <������������������  A HECOnD   CROP.  Portage La Prairie, Aug. 80 -  William Fulton of Oakland ho.*;  the record crop of tlie season for  this district. This week he tl.resiled a field of 38 acres which -mined 1406^ bushels of No. 1 Xnrthen.  wheat, which is an average of HT  bushels to the acre. .Threshing, in  this district is well under way ami  the yield is fair, averaging abom  22 bushels to the acre. Most of  the farmers are loading the grain'  in cars.  Watlett  of Victoria    Gets  a   Chonc'  With   Seattle League Team.  It   was   with   considerable   surprise  that     the   members,   of the TTillsid.  i "r.u; 1-uir.a.ie Capd;������& Nugget Cigars  'AI\KE HAY WHILE  THE SLN SHINES."  Thrrp is a  lesson  in  thc   work   of  he thritty farmer.     H'l knows   that  h"   i'ti^ht sunshine ma' last but   a  n   ind he  pi cparcs for the showers  ������.'ilr.i nip so  i ia iii r*   1'-     follow.      So  ���������   rh(inId   !������*  vith   every   household.  I-. ;eiitr*rv'   iliirrbops and cholera mor-  "���������>  m.iv  ;itt.ack  some of the     mem-  !.   s  of  ihe  home  without   warning.  Cliamlic" Iain's    Colic,    Cholera    and  iii    r '(mm   Remedy,  which is the best  r.u' "     rpnicdy      for these "diseases,  im1''  nl'vays     be kept at hand, as  ���������i:rni-diii'���������������*���������    treatment    Is necessary,  ������������������ 1' deli".' may prove fatal. -For sale  lib Pharmacy.  H|       EXCELLENT  9 Train Service  ���������^ilgWi-iS* BETWEEN  'MM, LONDON,  mmnm, touonto,  MOflTiBL, QUEBEC,'  PORTLAND, BOSTON^  And tho I'llnctpnl hustncsfi Coutors ot  Ontario;, Quebec, and the  WBaritSme Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK'ftKB  PtMLAQ������lPHiA, VIA K.'ABMA FALLS.  Foi-'l'ImOT.ilili's.Ptr., :i(l(trcsa       .    l  CEO. W. VAUX,  A"alstarl GeaTTusseiiger nnd Ticket AKCiit  133  AOKMS ST.. CHICAGO, IU  Mi.  ire h (join; Ml  The* b������ aure your tickets remtf   ih  th������������������  North Western Line  The only lino now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNPJAPOLIS with thf  through trains from the Pacifli  Coast.  TUB SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWEST  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CIU  0AGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CIT,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask ye  local agent or write,  P. W. PARKER  Guneral  A ps*  7)0 3ni Ave., Stattlc  Notice is hereby given that I ' intend to apply" to the Board of Licensing Commissioners at tlieir next  mttinc, (oi a transfer of the retail  liquoi Mit'iiso now held by me for  the. Pi.rti.'ml Hotel, Ladysmith, from  mysel1 to '. Iiristina Hoggan.  D.I5. HYND.  Ladysmith, 9th Aug., 190G. lm  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   UOOK-���������  . and  1���������-WHITE   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE^ - STREET-     Ladysmith.  ���������.|-|.*.|~|..C������)..������..|H������.***������������������.*,������..���������.M.  j Pioneer Dottlin; Works :}  11st. Avenue. Ladysmith, B. C f  W. l Riimmin?. Prop, j  MANUPACTUR1CR OF  i Carbonated Beverages.  (lin'ger   Beer  Fruit Syrups J.  P.   O. ' Box "24S  - i  4  ������.<..������������������.������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  W  GLASS     GLOBES  ' When you want a Glass" globe  'see that you get tho globe  with the rubber ring on it,'  as it is thc only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the nibfber ring  canBot keep out water, you  C������b, see that hy examining  them. The artificial flower  that Is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  antced to be the best, and if  you yant a1 globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  .Jonas, agent for  HENRY CREWJ  Ti>������ only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. Ior the  French Wreath Co., of London, arls, Melbourne, S.A.,  Coc ko.nox Rd. & Miltoif St.  -���������fANAIMO B.C.    -  Under{New|Managmcnt  HOTELS WILSON  Jus!R. Minneli, Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial Mens' head Matters.  Modern and,    Strictly.,Fitst'Clais.  Fire Proof    Buildlij. -  Try Capital and Nugget Cigar*  ������.  "or a cool, refreshing���������   .  6 A T Hi  During the Summer  Months Call onvr   '    THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High Street  Best .accommodation for transient  ind permanent- boarders and lodger's.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new" Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������t������ Rates $l.i������ a day and ������p-  w*\rds. *  WM. BEVERIDGE, Pro������.  K*aU������a4������ ���������������-��������� ���������^.���������'���������-i w r^advamltli  |ii.j.iin  4 NURSERIES, & SE������D HOUSES  Large Stock- of Homegrown*  Fruit and  Ornamental Trees  now    mat'urod���������for the "Fall  Trade.   '  No expense, loss 'or delay  of yfumigation or inspection.  Headquarters    for    Pacific  fi  Coast grown Garden, Field,  and Flower Swds in season.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  i/Vha^e Oil Sc^p, Greenhouse  Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  ��������� -'  For Fall Planting  We do business on our own  grounds���������no rent to pay and  are    prepared   to meet   all  conipefcitio>ir  Let me price your list before placing your order.  Catalogue Free.  ������������������ o-  M. J. HENRY,   ,  3oio Westminster Road  VANCOUVEK  Fletcher Bros.  . ..Dealers In  Pianos  [& Organs  t^adysmlth, B.C  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at Peterson's Furn-  turc Store, or telephone No 5b.  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps, but  s best whenusetl in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlicflit Siip stud Jollo^v Directions  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  lxpress Work  Ught Teaming.     Wood an     Bark   for sale.    See  J.  KEMP,  or   leave*  Orders VVith-  PIRST  AVE-NflE  W. CARTER.  IJ l.i.-l I  PHONE      60  C-*''  ���������  '   ���������-.���������5'-vi^>''4i.'  .--,s.|..<*V.<>'s>N^i1  ���������^������������������N(.#������iiS>*M>-*������;  1  Ask for  WATS  iN'S  x  I  i  -The Cream of Scotcii Wliislcies  rSBAY-ilO.  Sole  Agent������ for B. C  ..������..���������..!..������..������. t..������..,..<���������>..>..,..J,..t..,..>..4t..>.4).<^||>||,||>.t<jlt,j>>.>.|<>.,.^���������>���������<..>.,|  First  Class ,  RIGS FOR H1RE_  WOOD  AND BARK FORS ALE "!AND    DELIVERED^  EXPRE    SS WORK.  J PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COINER, QOLI) AND  SILVER ORES,  Smelting WorJks at  ^LADYSMITH,   B. C.  I  ���������...DAVID JOHNSON'-  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ,   ���������������.������M������^������*.������..������..  ..���������m������m*..������������������..*. .,..���������������  4  ..���������..���������..������..������..)..������������<, .������.������������������.. a..������~*.*..:  !������������������ STOVES!  we are making HEATERS and RANGES of.  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  Al'| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its  branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Lcl  TELEPHONE 53  .���������..���������-���������..e.^..������..������..a.^..*..������..*..a..9"e"������..*"  P. O. Box -12.  PAINTING   AND  PAPER-HANGING  Neatly and Artistically Done      - '"   Orders Promptly    Execute  S.  OEDDING    -  -   LADYSMITH  ?      HEAD OPFICP  I DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  I       Vancouver Island, B. C. Genera! Manager. m  TH6 CITY MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B. G.  ���������"f^-f+*������"f+-M-M"(  >-���������*���������+ -v--*- *  ��������� TtH"^'������ -  LADYSMITH fRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURIf MOV.  ED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  Stable In the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford  Leave ordtrs at   the  A.  J. .WASKETT PROP.  1>-*-���������*���������-*. ���������������-������������������-*- *>*-^-l.4M> .  .������������������AA**^ 4. A  4-4>4k   J. A**+  4).   .  WM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. W. CORURN, Managing Director.  Telephane 4-b.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd.  xa  w**  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADYSMITH-!'-  Shingles a Specialty  MANUFACTURERS  OF���������-  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar .Lumbers  LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of   the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     ANn  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  i������^i>^^:������jfcji>ifc%������pj>><y '���������THftXApJSPEEp.'DAJhTL' UBLojciis  *-���������-    --   'LOD-6rMS"'"  '..LADYSMITH   TEMPLE,    No.    5.-  Rathbone Sisters,' meets in the Odd  ���������    fellows' IJall    every 2nd   and   4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  AL.of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  -���������    DRUIDS.  Wellington Grove, No. 4, UjA.O'.D.  . nieets in the   I.O.O.F.. Ilall,   Ladysmith, the, Second and Fourth   Wednesdays of each month,  commencing AU work .guaranteed and at reason-  mi  IMPSON  ,t.  Solicitor, KU.  Money  to   Loan  toenut -        -  UOYSMIW  Dr. E. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  -  .SK-KSW."���������Iff"  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited to   attend.    By Order  WAI. RAFTER, Rec. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  ftl  6ALED0MJU  6'  \\  Leads Them  ' /---IN QUALITY  R.P. RITHET,  &,Cd.; Ltd  able rates.  ,   -   RESIDENCE   AND OFFICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  Open at all houis.  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  Superintendent Stockett 'of'the tn, eo visit Nanaimo and if-the in-  Westefn Fuel Co., was asked'��������� by vilalion is accepted the Mayor  The'Herald last evening,. if he could will go ahead and arrange* plans  .give out   any information about,the for his   reception.  re-oaening-     of    Brechin, mine. ,   Mr.  Stockett in reply stated   that it was  the  Company's ��������� intention ' to ���������; re-open  the mine   within   a   few  weeks.  'He  now thought about. October 1st, but  !as   to the eyact   date   lie, could"'not  /say,    as conditions   would governpas  to time.    It might   belater'than. tlie  'above      date,    but    that  the    mine  j would be   hoistinlg   coal-this fall, and  at, as  carly   n. date   as     the     com-  I,  could  see    its   way  clear     to  Pacific Coast  VICTORIA. ,w   ���������  Agency.  nu i Un  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOH  None bu   Union Labor    Employed  n J.  BOOTH. Proo  ,      DAY  SCHOOL.      -"     ~~~  Usual -subjects taught; also i&o-  guageP; drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors,, pianoforte'and vocal lessons given ln classes or individually  MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, D.G  PASTRY 1)iiny  looping, up continuous   work.  This statement   sots to rest ������,ll,ua-  xn ill's  CHOICE     CAKES    AND  ALWAYS   FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding     Cakes   -tfade   to  Order  FRL'iTS    AND    CANDIES OF ALL authorized 'reports about    the  KINDS.    tfKESH   BREAD EV-     a"**   w*u be read   with  interest  ERY   DAY  by  Vrices    are    Very - Reasonable.  Customers  are Treated Alike.  HOP LEE * CO.  ON THE   ESPLANADE.  RAYMOND & SONS  i    ���������Dealers in���������  Lime^,  Plaster Paris,   Brick,  Fire Brick and Vancouver island cement.  3 Pandora Stl Victoria B.C.  alu   -:  Wall Papers  ON HAND  To be sold at HALF PRICE  Call on'J-L  House and Sip Paintei  t residents of the city. With the cer  All tainty that, the coal mines 'will  work steadily throughput the , fall  atrd winter and with, the-outlook* us  good' as it now is for next season,  for increased activity all along thc  Pacific ' coast gives an assurance  that tbe local demand) for Vancouver Island 'coal' will greatly * help  out thc mackets and this should be  the case for the next decade at least  and very likely for a great many  years longer than those''now living  will known anything'about. ,  GENERAL  J. PIERGY & GO.  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS, .  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B.C.  ITH SHOP  On Saturday, 'Mr. Smith, M. 1*.,  will go to "Lad \ smith au'd interview  Mayor ,Xich0lson in reference to the  vi.sit of the Governor general , in  that city, and if is oxpe^ted that  elaborate -iluns v. ill lji> mapped out  for the cntcrtniniui'iil of (hi* iljsting-  uishod    visitor.  ���������-.������.���������������  the  Presbyterian  1'rof,    - '  Under the patronage of His Honor, tlie Lieutenant-  Governor of British Columbia       > <  Col.    J.   Hanbury Williams,  C. V.  O.,   C. M. G.,   military Secretary to.  IJis    Excellency       the   Right     Hon  Earl  Grey,    Governor-General of  the'tho last few years,  of Uic wise   and  Dominion, reached Victoria/yesterday  able rule ot* the late Queen Victoria  In an' interview    Col.  Hanbury  .Wil-and  of King Edward,   known as the  liams intimated   that his -presence in Peacemaker  of   the     World,   through  Tho lecture dclim-cM last ni^liL m  church by Rev.  Bryce, L.L.D., of Winnipeg,  was not so well attended as it  should have been considering the  subject handled by thc lecturer, and  the widespread popularity of the distinguished  processor   himself.  The subject of l'rof. Tlryee's lecture  was "Canada and Britain," and it  can be readily judged how interest  ing such a subject would be when  handled by a man of such experience and knowledge as ProL Bryce,  who has i spent many years in travel]  ing both over }hc Dominion, of Can- i������  ada as   well  as over  Great Britain. I g  ln ins opening remarks the notes- ITGr^nd.Brbncho Busting Competition.for Championship  sor stalled   as' lwuing   visited Nana-1" -  imo many years ago, but he had  forgotten by this time the subject  handled by him,' on that occasion un  less it was   in the geological line.  Tho speaker  dealt at    length with  the   development*    oi Canada, within.  Liberal Premiums & Valuable Prizes���������The Best Stock  Market in the Province���������Live Stock Parade Daily-r3;  Days Horse Racing���������$5,000 in Purses and Valuable  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New   Attractions including  of British Columbia  DRILLS  Miners' Drilling!ihlachines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT   SHORT  NOTICE.'  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED A Nl) REPAIRED   -SHIP SMI THING    IN      ALL    ITS    BRANCHES  HorSeshoers and Genera- Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Bviller Street   -.-*--   Ladysmith, B.C  the west was in connection with, ^tiie  approaching visit of thc gavernor-  gencral, who purposes making a  tour of this province.  Yesterday > afternoon Mr. Ralph  Smith M.P., and'Mayor Planta telegraphed, Col. Williams in reference  to the visit of Lord Grey to Naria-  imo on September' 28th. ^Col. Williams is out of town for three'days  and will   not be ' able ' 'to receive the  1 VI , i ���������*  telegram until'his'return "but Mr.  Smith expects that ever5*thing is alright and that the Governor General will certainly visit Nanaimo up.  on   his tonr of' thec,Tsland.  Before leaving Ottawa Mr. Smith  had a conversation with I.ord G-rey  and he i stated that he would certainly give thc city a call upon his  torn* of the Pacific coast.  Today Mayor Planta will send an  official invitation to Lord Grey and  party,  who arc at present    in Albor-  whosc rule and intlucnce and government the Empire and Canada, had  anado. rapid strides in the developo-  ment of its "resources.  ,IIe;did not agree with Goldwit.  Smith except in a , Literary Sense.  Smith said that Canada was only  ������, fringe, and never %wor.ld amount to  anything, but he, (the speaker) lem-  embered Canada when it only consisted-of two provinces and now consisted of an unbroken cbain of provinces from  ocean to ocean  SPECIAL EXCURSION  RATES FROfl ALL POINTS  For entry blanks, Prize L ists and other information, Address',  A. J.Morley, Mayor,*President J. E. Smart, Secretay, II  .CO  ^       ir-J.  vmsm  ns*ac  The Hudson's Bay Company -wero  to be thanked to a great extent for  the great development of the country Irom Ottawa west as far as tho  Coast. Thc names of Sir. James  Douglas and Sir. Jas. Sampson, were  well known in Canadian history and  their names  were  given .to some _* ol  !.\>  ���������,,    ,     , . P   ~       ,,���������   ������������������:,,  T>rn<    lhe  mighty  rivers,   and  geographical  The  making  of   Canada  said   nol. i a    " &    o    j.  ���������^ j  ���������      <��������� ,i��������� 4:,������������������ ,, v,���������  ii,������ ' landmarks cof the Dominion  Bryce, dates  from the time \\ hen  Uio i  western provinces were united in the \ n  Canaidian   Colafodorailion.  ^.^..*.**V.j..4>.4~HI-������-s*^"h-*-^*<'-  } ICE!    ICE!    ICE!  t    Will he Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in by eleven o'clock on day ol Delivery,  Union  Co  Limited  | NANAIMO^ B. C.  HILBERT  W. SILER '  iENEKAL JcXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY r*n-*-r'-  Leav������ orders at tbe Abbotstor4.  STJ$AM    HEATHD  FURNISHE1>     ROOMS'  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Dominion  ���������; stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon tlie said land.  Six monthe' notice In writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of in-  tentioa to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per ^acre for soft coal and $20 lot  anthracite.       Not     more     than 320  A v available Dominion, Lands iacres can be acquired by one indivi-  -*ithta the Railway Belt in British ' dual or company. Royalty at the  roinmhia mav b������ homestcaded by rate of ten cents per ton of 2,000  ^^^S������������to*���������i of'pounds shall be collected on tbe  ������ family, or any male over e ghteen | gross output.  years of age, to the exteut of    one-  W. W. CORY,  deputy of the Minister of interior.  IOTS&. SHOES  REPAIRED  J. A.'REED,  Roberts SI.   Near 5tb. Avc-  quarter section of 160   acre,    mote  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land office for the district j )o ^^������-,  in which the land is situate, j ^     BOOTS & Sh OES  The homesteader is required toper-,  form the conditions connected therewith    under    one ,   of the   following  plans' A  '      11^.  (1) At least six   months' residence j )o  upon and cultivate of the land in- Vj^JUUljUUUUUL  each year for three years.  42) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements" as to residence may be  -satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If'the settler has   his permanent residence upon farming land own  ABB0TSF0RB HOTEL  Tho great problem, continued Prof.  j Iiryco    was     the    connecting   of tho   jluisteuii     |and    "Western     provmces.  __ ��������� -   <jra,juauy  but> bureiy Lhe flrst great  NOTICE. railway,  the  C. V.  R. was stretched  I will not be responsible for   any t across  thc     Dominion,    and at  tho  debts   contracted    by    Oscar Motti- time it was looked upon as a w,ond-  shaw without my written order. erful   thing,     but   now  the  railways  S.  MOTT1SHAW.        'are becoming    as  common a** blncl*>  Nanaimo,   B.C.,   August  22,  190G.        I [jerry patches  and soon  Canada  will  ������������������ ��������� ������������������ '" ���������   be   a perfect    net    wort" of railway  lines.  The speaker next dealt at somo  length on the importance and valuo  of Canada, as a conitocting link between Great Britain and thc Eastern nations of Asia as well.as India.  He told of the quick mail , service  which will be instituted by the C. r.  It. within a few days when the mails'  will be dispatched from Liverpool to  Yokohama in about a months time,  which meant a through service by  an all British route.  Prof. Bryce was listened to attentively throughout ���������his lecture, an'd at  the end of his remarks he gave somo  interesting stcroptican views, illus-  trnting places of interest' Jn ' the old  land and  Canada.  "Prof. Bryce will leave on this mornings  train  for Victoria.  UNNECESSARY EXPENSE.  Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea, come on without warning and  prompt relief ~ must be obtained.  There is no necessity of incurring expense of a physician's service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at  hand. A doso of this remedy "will  relieve thc patient before the doctoi  could arrive. It has never bcrn  known to fail, even'in tlie most severe and dangerous cases and Do family should be without it. For sale  by the Ladysmith Pharmacy  BARgSUrPWKD WITH BE* T  WINES.'LIQUOKS, CIGARS  A. J.-McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and * .  Furnished  4  LADYSMITH,    .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  This Hotel has   been completely      renovated.  Board aid lodgiag $1.00 per dfcy.  H OTBL    PRETO RI Fi  JOHN THA, Proprietor  Bar Supplied with the Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-::-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  TRADE  MARK  , "Unscrupulous dealers have  been known to place inferior  "boots in our cartoons and re-  .' present them as "LECKIE  xBOOTS." Don't be imposed  upon.     There are   no   others  "JUST AS GOOD."  i  The above trade mark Is indelibly branded on the sole  of every genuine "LECKIE  I300T." It stands for ALL  LKATHER BOOTS made to  resist the roughest western  wear.  Ask    for   and' INSIST upon  getting LECKIE BOOTS.  Manufactured by  J LECKIE Co. Ltd  VANCOUVER,    B.C.  m  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������RiiUia .fl.25 and$1.50���������  Fre to 'all steamboat landingB and  railway depots. Electric cara every live  minutes to air parts of -the city. Bar  nnd table unexcelled;  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  P   VOU  WAIST AQOOD:   Fir*t Class   Meal;.- '  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALTV A * S OPEN \ FIRST AVENUE.  NOTICF.  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible for any indebtedness Incurred except on a  written order signed, by the secretary  Rowland Machln.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B.  C. May  18th. '*������0I.  "SITE;.UPrE^Sfor M. home ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER  B.C.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call-at   the office    on Roberts   Street an.  -ay Water    Rates, between the 10th   and. the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P.M. 4.30  T, ] BLAND ~  . SUPERINTENDENT.  COMMON SENSE AND  GOOD   ADVICE  It is encouraging to read in the  "St. Louis Medical and Surgical  Journal," one of the leading medical journals of the United States,  the following arguments regarding  medicine:  "No sane physician will condemn a  drug or medicine because an overdose results unfavorably, for if we  did we might better quit the practice of medicine than to treat patients with drugs so inert that overdoses will-never do harm. Any drug  or medicine which is safe if taken  according to the directions on the  package, is a1 safe remedy in the  sense in which the word "safe" is  used in medicine."  That is the only safeguard for either the doctor's prescription or the  patent medicine; to be safe it must  be taken according to directions.  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  Ticket and  Freight  Office, 75  Government" Street.  ^Tanscofltinental  Trains Daily  The New Train  0,*?1������>4 C   AL LIMITED  Tke Trai* of  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence.  ���������'Every mile a picture,   and  no smoke 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   with   all  Steamer lines.  Berth reservations by wirel  Great Northern S.S. Co.  FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan and China ports at fre-  ttuenr dates. Exact sailing  dates can be secured upon application to any Great Northern representative.  S. Cr. YERKES,  A.G.P.A.;   Seattle, Wash.  E. R. STEPHEN, ,  Gen.  Agent,   Victoria. B.C ���������-,'.* a -.;-,  V  J   I. I.   -  C   '1  r* v"> r^Tt r t f)VlfiYr,3B(*ER  Always  On  Hand  BICKLE'S  Best of [Groceries I  ������***S/VV*������I\^/ www  ^wyvv  T A Large Stock of 2  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES $  That Can' Be Beat <fc  Smith, Fotos,  boat   had   received   instructions   to  omit"Ladysmith  from their calls   in  -.   ������.,_ A1M   future.     Regarding  freight rates Mr:  Smith wi 1 l)c in Ladysmith to-moi-  Li       i j .'row morning, and will report to the  OCUl       ItC1T1S     'Boar**    of Trade  thc progress made  by him in this direction.     *���������  75 Pieces of fancy Flannelette in crepe finish, etc.  Suitable for Kimonas, Blouses-  Children's Ready t o-wear  Dresses, Ail Siz-js from Si up  Military "Flannel, the old reliable kind, Made to wear  r������*itj*a.t������-  Mr.  S.  Roedding  left for Harrison j  Hot Springs today.     He will   spend '    Guns  of every  description rue   -be-  a week at the springs. ; 131������ carried  through the streets    to-  _ ! day, and many hunters are preparing  ��������� to leave, -or have already left,     for  Mr.  M.  Woodburn,   who  is in     the   somo S])o1, ������sshcic t]ierc are,lots   of  hospital    at      Nanaimo,   isrepoiteu   firouse.n     This n-orning a party con-  seriously ill. ,. ' ,    sisting  of    Messrs.   Bevcridgc/ Fra-  ���������������������������  ser,  Baby,   Conway and  I-Tayden  left  As will  be  seen   in the  report     of   for Yellow Point,   where  they    will  the .School   Trustees'   meeting,    Miss   P1*-01*  ������������������'>'i' *?'"������." J������d he' in readiness  for c.uh ^''(*otU)g in the nioi ning.  Anothei paily are loavrn - to-night  ior thc wood*. r.i"o"i zl'e bay, and  many mriiufluil '-loleik will wait  until Sat"-da \ niaht befoie going  out for a Ii.u'ful. Many sportsmen  boarded I ho 11 > m at Victoria this  ���������norn'Mir, and .uu scattered all along  the line between Ladysmith and the  capital.       Others have gone on     to  Chiltlrer.'s Fancy Cashmere  Dresses ���������All colors  Women's All-over Aprons,-  quite anew Garmsnt and very  Service  margin, all to be paid for in_ installments with default certain when  the crowd of purchasers is exhausted  Apparently there is still a preponderance of buycisoover sellers. This  condition may continue for a long  time. The Canadian papers are filled wit'h'land advertisements, tales of  quick fortunes in the great northwest, alluring pictures of Arcadian  homes in tlie wilderness and other  indications Drat the American professionals aie al work. Unless i.e  bubble buists soon 1ho country will  be cut into quarter sections and the  north pole will be given as a prize  to the purchaser of the very List  "si.v foi lies,l"rem.iming.  Possibly we should consider the  condition charactciistic nil her than  alarming. Booms are the prmisors  of development and the sooner' this  one is carried to a cliunax the sooner it will be ended and sooner the  long, painful and toilsome ..ask' of  actual development will bo rlorc-d  on.'���������(Detroit Flcc Press.  NOTICE.  If you want a good cook, apply to  HOP LEE.  '.   iMr.'ut!.?,  t*f Nanaimo,   lic*s  seemed  lhc position of piiniary teacher heie.  ihe fi eight shed at the iJoirhnon  ���������uhaif was this morning piled high  wi ' Tic ���������_].! *. Inch was left l.v.si cv-  er-in: bv the S S.  Iroquois.  ���������&j;**������ja --   -i  '-W &  ���������+ir-x*~i**iizrxi.*~7-an rfrw^MCJin  / '1  "H  j' vW v ^^s-vw wvwv W VV������V  The stump puller is still doing  'good " iirk, and has sevcial respectable looking 'blocks since its arrival. ' Ai.vy the good woik be kept  up.  T'*; S.S. Titania   will he in    port  .uu now night for  a^part cargo  of  ������������������ ���������   ���������     The Duneiic,  wliich went    to  'in linns for lumber yesterday will  i  Sunday afternoon  for bunker  '.   1.  r-u^y 3ettcr-'-".,?:taJ & ;\u;:*.2,-etCigars  j Nanaimo,    and  will leave there    for i  I some point   vlice   they have shot be-! ","    , fore, and wheie they think the game 'laLtcr kind,  of  course.    That  is   the  'will be  plentiful. ' ! foundation    on  winch   the aiiy inf.a-   o , ' tion  oi  land   values must  invariably  |       POINT LOU FOR'THE LADY.       '_ rest.       Wc have had   a hundred    in-  I    Old lady-D.^'l you know it's wick ' *���������>dances of it,in thc westward march  \ cd  to    lish    on  Sunday?     I wondei   of 'olu'     empire    and the magnifying  'what,  youi  father would  say    about ' l)rocess has *lUvaJ's shown, thc extra-1  'it? ' I vagant proportions which made    the   ed.  SPORTS GROUND  SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh Thornley.   ���������  -N. A. Morrison.  T,  O'Connell.  J. Sanderson. _ (   '  J. Eno.  D.  O'ConnclL ~  .'  ��������� I.  O.  Gillespie.  Win, Sanderson.  R.  McMillan,  *1V. R. Morrison.  Jas. xldain.  James Dunbar.  John O'Connell,  C. Hewlett.  Ed. Leahy, -   '  W.  Akenhead.  .W. Siler.  D. Johnson.  IT. Hewlett.  \. Michie.      '  ���������  ���������'  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������!���������������������������  New Fall Goods X  DRESS GOODS,  MIL LIN E R Y,  CLOTHING  and various other articles of  DRY GOODS  arc  arriving da-ly from thc cast  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  We invite you to Call and Inspect   ���������  Our Stock*     Everything marked in  Plain Figures  -4.0"  and Nugrget Cigars  ������������u 'IDHjut *K--,iT*v.n-Tti������>������it_\���������������������CW  Boots and S-ho'es made and repair-  Contracts    taken for    clearing  ���������  ���������  Simen  temer  LIMITED  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ +^_<t*++^Jt*++  ���������(it   ,  When ordering your MEAT den't forget to  c?JI on us.   We ke^p no;hinT  but thc BEST  that  the  /Market  can  afi'ord  and  guarantee' 'f������  SATISFACTION  IBQUED CORN BEEF ��������� JH-tt: IB. 1  ���������*t:i i  ���������������w  ���������i|*v  r-UIC  Boy-You'd hettci  ask him, ma'am ' rcacti������11 ceitain and imposed the   ne-   land.  that's him furl  ling very quickly;   and   '":s,rthe Vwi'* t-*"-'^ theme."  lg   to go arc   advisee*      ' ies>"    ans-^^tl    Miss    CV'  LABOR DAY  EXCURSION.  The Band  Excursion Monday   next  pioinises    to be the most successful  .md enjoyable one of thc season. The  tickets are sell  those    intending    to go  lo Kceiue them before Monday morning and make sure of going.    By so  (h"ng they will also enable the   Joan;"'"'  lo leave on time advertised, (6:30 a  ' "A U'K  V  in.) Returning she will leave Vancouver at 10:30 p.m. Excursion ' "  kets are good for return to Naiuu  Tuesday, Sept. 4. and to Ladysi.ntl  by rail, Wednesday, upon presei.:  tion of 5>1.00 extra. Tickets . i  iAIiss Smith's Candy Stoic.  icr    up thc  ���������o   jbanl  _ i cessity of a  long period before    thc  new settlements had grown into jfcheir  A   SATIRICAL   SUGGESTION    '0W11-       U is  t,ne samc result us   is  Love," said   Uio  sentimental girl,   foun(l il1 a corporation "growing   up  l to its water."  that  Cayenne !    '^Ilc cxl)ei* mentioned  found  Poets have hail a  gieat dealio say ltllc    s������x������������ed    American    exodus to  about love, but thc subject docs not   (-Jana(Ia  was ia a latSC measur.  ppear    lo  yield   them   the  substan-' flj'inff    on,iS'At.ioii    ol ch,  HOP SING    .  FLETCHER BLOti ist. AVENUE  toi'iect "l  i["lion   f-  I   \' t  it  h.*.s for floiists,  lev ulcrs."��������� Wash-  i  '. UK   NORTHWEST  ' * iv    "lid p.. rs of the leaders of  "    "i    '   !���������' nii-ii L oi the     Eastern  '*    -ii  >    '���������������������������'d.i   (Mat thc    great  ��������� it   ������\ck'   wi.l  be lost   to it   nukes  Last evening, Mr.  H.  Mackiin,    u-   'V'"-0"1 '' m"     " rie situation in,  ceived a telephone message from   Mr '   , " A'^' l0u,,1,>   XX-,R'1 ls thc sccnc  Ralph Smith,  M.  P.,  who had    u.si   ������'  the    Lr,c>a,eM  'IC ''"'^ in railroa'1  icturned    to Nanaimo horn Vane on-' c������ II'" "*"     I,:nSlisla exPert  ver, where ho had interviewed   s,,.. e1 *''" )���������1'"11-1      ic    '!  *tm]y of thu  of the C.P.R. officials .^.iidiiv !!..��������� s,1ll'Um" ,c,',,M!t������l Uia' llc fn,111(������ a'"  freight rates, etc., to I ndy.Mnil i, ,,,f;s' ���������"v"1������'������"������ 1'i.n evi'cuces on both  Mr. Smith staled that uhile in \.,���������. "^ 'J1 Ulc l"*l'"'^;^a* boundary  couver ho UmI .ecu Canl. T.nupcn- !,,t ' mou,I1'''������' w* s Jirgcly one  gardum Lhe landing of the J0.i i ..I ''! " s,M'c"Ul'"' ('11'"^er-that is,  the public whaif,  and    Capt.  Tioupr 'l     s,,������ Vi ,l  [h"    ^^&nsMns  had issued instructions to C'apt-.i.u  Ritchie, of the .Joan, to in fiitun-  tie    up    at,  the  public     wharf   heie.  boat  had  "lioomeis" who take lots iu plotted  towns, quaiter sections of farm  lands, or, if they have the ability,  whole town sites, which are staked  out on the plains and placed on the  market. 'J he Hudson Bay Company,  the Canadian Pacific railway and the  Canadian government all have land  to sell "under the most favorable  circumstances" of a small payment  down,   "bai.uice to suit."  Theie  is    strict  compliance     with  these favorable conditions;   in   other   )<****  words,  the land   is bought on    mar-    So  gin and sold to   others  who buy   on    (     Q  neasure thc ^o  aracteristic  \o   Owing to the S liool Opening  I Shall be  OPEN THIS  THURSDAY  KM! BOOK Ml >  ���������**wA������_JC.^������_>C^������*--J**^i)(*w3L������'  g A, HOWE \  B MEAT   MARKET ��������� . ���������' 3   . " i  iiECiiasrHsai.^^.sa'^  '*"! ti\--V**J'"V     *��������� t *  <45mith/, <<Clabrou���������gh>,,  1 "Parker," "Rem I ng* o n"  and ^Winchester" duns  ijamia������������wt-*rt������T.i  ���������  FULL     STOCK  LADYSMII     HARDWARE COMPANY UMili.D  However, upon hoarding the  on the return trip, Mr. Sinitl  been informed   tliat the ollicers of tlu*  WANTKD ��������� Girl  for  general house,  work.     Apply  MRS. RALPH WRIGHT  ' th.'t   (  ol   a   specula!'������(���������   ch.il  til.   t     It sho V(d    111.'  ( . idenci*! which li.ue marked Western j  hind     hoi,ins     in   the   United   States. '  AmeiiiMiis and  Canadians alike    aic  i I'/in/i,  i  '<>   llie    Noiibwestern    pio-  . vii.res   to buy   lands   on -partial-   pay-  '���������<   v,i{Ji  the  idea   of selling them  it  a   great- advance to new com-  '��������� hn may   or  may  not intend the  i\l> j,j,  Cot- h.  Lii'ir.ieiit C*i,l'S   Garget in  Mir..  imenc cures- Distemper.  fr>  liii���������;.  on;  ers  perjiia "K  ilc\-i'!(i|'.-  Theie  occupancy   which promises  cut..  arge movement of- the  r'i*>'  rmNmWmi'i&iih  ���������rmM&M*wmf������  hi  I  *T  I--'ij-'i-J  i't.t '���������'.  A most dtiici-  Syri;;-> .",;>��������� l alio   u.-jo  via.  W   K  J.     ������   %.'.  &L  ���������Q  i ...  r  ^>    tX-.  :W'  P.! I  if;   Sjia  ���������'S'->  ������A  #  #  (if;) .  j'^J-,  m  k A^tnm fif ',������ ^ ������ 11 b i -i, <������iM  $2o.oo to $24.oo Suits for $18.00  $3,<.oo to $28.00 Suits for $20.00  Tweed & Worsted  Pants $3 & Up  I will hu in Latl3'.suiilli every  Suurlay jirepareil to take orders for   UP-TO DATE TAILOR  MAD E   CLOTHES  and Guarantee Satisfaction  We arc making a Uijj; Reductions in the Price of our  Clothing for next month so  this is ��������� your chance   to  call  and see   1111:  Will beat the  Ladysmith    Motel  Rverv Sunday  m  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to   Order to Fit and t*.. your  Satisfaction. -Jail and see Stock  iS.  iliL'*5.-!> -������J'  . -LA.*,,**  CHARLIE HOY & Co. 27 Store Street���������-VICTORIA  Formerly Charlie Dium ,t Co.  *.���������������*?.��������� *<��������������� 'i������.> -:&r ���������������������������..!";,' KygJ -&-J -i-y ���������V-s*'' =*>; .'��������������� ii" ^ ���������ig.' < >sJ   fei *%:' *51;v iQ3> -Sg!- ^5?,'Wy. V@'.������ft?.^S^'^  REST YOUR EYES  If your eyes tire easily, you need glasses. Docs the type become  blurred? If so you need glascs. If your, eyes burn, you need  glasses. Do you suffer from, headaches? If so, glasses will! help'  you. If you have any.of the above ; symptoms, let us examine  your eyes arid fit you with glasses that will give you relief. * '  We make no charge for examination'and can supply you with  GLASSES "       '  FROM $i.5o AND UP  B. FORCIMflER  / Watchmaker, Jeweller,  Optician  *.. r .������. >'- i-i'.tlV hfci*T*.. :���������*".*,  wCTwrrruaii���������tnuw  moke a Uig B Cigar.  e������o������e������a  ..jSt  .1.     il  ,W*K*s*S������ S-  m.  '���������-w-.1  5 y?i  Cf-    St * 8  tic..  A^i^iL-/  \%t  Sl  /iii A AVI  f^mmmmmm^mmmmmmm  a  .  9  a  9  '������-  a  o  9  a  o  o  3  O  e  ������  ������  o  eo������o������a������������oo������������������������  iomorro-e sve will be able  -. .-SMMftUKM  ��������� i I   I ���������' I  supply you with the fin st cuts of  -      J  e  i j o  G. PAN NELL  GAT ACRE ST.        LADYSMITH   '.  o������>������������������e������e������a>0#*���������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� m������in>m������mmm ���������������'*������������������ .*������������������������������������  We are still in trre Wall Paper and  Paint Business, and are selling slathers of it, which shows that our  prices are right and give good satisfaction.  If you wish to do your own Pointing or Paper-hanging, make your  Picture Frames aiid Furniture look  new, come and have a talk with us  and we will cheerfully give you any  information that you desire  make your task easy.  Dr. ' can be-found at any time  at his office ori Gatabre street. His  dental work Is guaraateed to be first-,  class,  and  rates reasonable.  ���������r ;���������; ; ; r������������������~  Smoke Little B Cig*rs.  and  L  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Airedale terrier, black back with' tan  head and legs; tail docked. Anyone  returning same to the Bank/will  be reqarded.   ' ...;���������'  B8F' PF" ra a bw.1 0k        OESIONS  r  WALL PAPER DEPOTS  Harry Kay, Proprietor  'ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY  I Notice in "Inventive Age"  Book "How to obtain Patents"  TRADEMARKS  AND COPYRi GHT:  OCTAl'NED  ateut ia secured. 1  al. Address, }  Washington, D. C. J


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