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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jul 4, 1906

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Array ~rtr,*.,-t*S';.   *.������. 7 ���������*-._.  Seb^SSe  5"^*T"^f���������'" -s^kajs-.-^g^i-a-..^? c  aifasasiggassa  sag^^aa^-sgie^=<_������?jtt&^c.^^IJAt./ j .-Vj -j^, ���������  (��������� LEGISLATIVE ASSETuULi'.  1  uti i  BEH������V������D HILL  Last evening Snowuleu Thomas, colored, was aires ted by ^Dominion Police Officer Thomas O'Conuell, and  Provincial Policeman Cassldy, charged with having supplied liquor to Indians during the holiday. Hi the evening, Thomas was taken L-efoie Justices of the Peace Stewart and 'Matheson where he was fined $50 and  costs, in idc.fa.ult of which ,he was to  receive three months iu the Victoria  Jail. However*"' this forenoon., he  -paid the fine and was let go.  Thomas pleaded his .innocence in ev-  cry conceivable niannar. After .being taken to court, he demanded the  sun vices of a solicitor, consequently,  Mr. Russell Simpson was sent for,  and defended Ihc prisoner as well as  it was possible to -do under the circumstances. The evidence against  Thomas was strong, however, two In  dians having given testimony to the  cflect. that they, had been supp'Rod  willi lir/uor on different occasions by  the prisoner. Thomas has served  sentences on this chaiir,e before, and  the abo*-e evidence, in conjuncUon  with other confirmation furnished by  the prosecution, was sufficient, to convict. One of the Indians who gave  testimony last ceiling was fined $5  for being druutk, while, as staled, yesterday, the other was i.nod $10. In  the latter case the accused bad struck  his wife while intoxicated, anil although she was present to plead  with the justices to release the prisoner, he was "lined $10 a.nd allowed  oh"-  Speaking today of the conduct of  the Indians on Dominion Day, Dominion Police Officer O'Conuell stated,  that he thought the Indians who  were-in Ladysmith on' Celebration  day descrvwxl every credit for the  manner in which they had conducted  themselves. "If it had not been for  this in.-!ii Thom.as," said Mr. O'Conuell, "t.li:-re woulnl hate been no trouble at nil wiih the Indians, and they  would ha-.e l.ehavid iihiwiisches. As  it was, there were only two or three  case*-.,. and consulm nig l.he number of  Indians present at the celebration, I  consider ._that they behaved,, themselves very well.'1 ..-..��������� ','  .������������������������������������������������������ o���������-������������������������������������    ���������;���������'���������" ���������������  S,V MEtitHG  WILL HOT It  \  Si LEELAHAW  Will UK 3000  TONS NORTH  Considcriublc interest is being ms-  idayed m the meeting which is called tor tomorrow evening in the Up-  Lfa House, 'when it is announce*!  thai the Liberals and Consci"vutivcs  Mill meet lor the purpose of discus-  ft>uig the maimer in which they wish  to conduct, Lhe next provincial election in this district..  in a conversation ,today������~with   -ar-  -*���������������**-  The S.S. Leelanaw arrived in port  this forenoon for coal. She will  take on alpdf three thousand tons foi  U.e Tread well mines at Douglas Is  l;u������d, Alaska. ��������� This makes tliree ships  which at present are leading at the  l.>cal wharves, the Wellington, taking  2.500 tons for 'Frisco; the Elhuic,  Ki'ciJig    about   3,000    tons of sacked  $33,000 WILL INSTALL  AN ELECTRIC PLANT  ious    partus,     who "intend attending .t.0*1 nort^ , af l le l***���������������      Hie  the meeting, if was stated that   the l1*'11" w,,n be lowl������������ at _������������ *������������ P'������  same is not  by any means to be con- i'^1 ������,l��������� ,wslf vo>'ftf norU,, after whic  ���������i      i       ��������� ��������������� hi.       I.      ���������ii,,ne Wellington,  which has on    hoard  Metered a convention,     "it is,", saul I ,  .     ,    ,    * ���������       ������������������>������>������������������������������ u  . ...   ���������      ..        .     j, several hundred    tons,  will complete  one  ol'them,   'merely  tlie  carrying  , ' '     l  ,     r  ,. .  ..    ��������� ,        '  ,s   her cargo.  ojul ol the resolution passed on   tin.- i    ,,������     *-.���������..  ��������� j,     ,    . ,   .   .. . 'he Jvssie Mack and scow, and ilie  evening- ot the  last election,   when a   ,, .,      " , .     '  ji , j-, ,. j-     *     .������������������','���������,       i     iH'tle and scow, were in  for   \; ������������������    .  "l-.iinsnla1.10ll'' mot'tlllm-       /il     1 .lKnivi U  ��������� - . ' "*       "  Above Figures are Given by Colonel Tracey,  ]EL, to the Council as an Estim: te on !cost of  ;      Installing Electric Plant in This City  C.  NOT OPEN  THURSDAYS  -SB  consolation." ���������oicetLttg, of Liberal*  and Conservatives- was hold in  Clould's Hall. At tins meeting, u  was decided that beforo the next election the two bodies would meek  and compare notes, so to speak, and  decide upon what course to pursue,  and this," continued tlie speaker, ,"i.->  the iiiijcntiou tomorrow evening."  A good attendance is expected at  the meeting, which is called for 7:-'J0  p.m., in the Opera House.   o ���������  n.oi ning,   while  tlie    tugtmat  callo:! in  for fuel.  Hilda  CABLE WAS  PUNCTURED  Vancouver, July 3.���������A mystery surrounds the defects which have been  found to exist in  Uie new caWe which  Council Decided to Locale McLeod iCreek,' and  Pejtition is  Presented   Will  Probably  Submit  Money Bylaw in Near Future to Ratepayers  At the council meeting last    even-   places wIiclc a storage pond could iu*   t<, take no furlhei   steps in the null  ing  the! following report  from     Col.  '1 racv .Was read:  Vajicouvci,  B.C., July 2, 1000.  To the Mayor , and  CountiI    of    the  City ^of  Ladysmith,   15.C.  CJentiemen. ��������� In accoiidauee with  your instructions 1' have- visited the  head waters of Bush Creek and   als ���������-  examined    McLeod   Creek,     which   1  fcrascr   found'could    easily   be  diverted,   (he  ���������     WANT BETTER SERVICE.  Montreal,   July      :i.���������Not.   satisfied I nan recently laid across the  with Thursday's mail   from Montreal   ruer at  Now Westminster by Uie 15.   rlevaitipn   r,eing  ample  and   the     dis-  Un-    Wnglauil   members of Uie   Whole (,    'reie.pl\<:ii<; Co.-   In some  way     a   tince from a t'ri bill ary of Uiioh eieek  -sale   Pioduce-    Association,   Montreal  puncture    was     made   in    the cable,, only about a (jUrirter of a mile. The  Some misunderslajiulijig seems to  have arisen over the advertisement  of Messrs. Si.in.on ���������Lbiscr''-������fc Company,  which' appeared'in this paper last cv-  it.uihg. In the. ��������� advertisement, this  firm slated ��������� that on fulLurc holidays  their store will i>e kept open, as it  was found that other si ores were open on Dominion Day and other holidays.; Several understood the advertisement   to  mean that ������the   store  would-be kept open on Thursday afternoons throuigJiiout the summer, but  this is not  the ease at all.  ���������Mr. Macklin, local imaJiager for  Messrs. Simon Left-er & Co., to-day  statc'd that he for one. would close  e\ery Tluirs'day aflieniuon throughout  the sumniicr, uiid it'haul not. been his  in ten Ut n to include this date in his  designation of ".holidays." lie merely wished lo -ini.-.riu customers that  on future .holidays, such as Good Friday, Dominion .Day. 21th of May, etc.  will petition the goxermneui. for s>up  plementary mail via the 'Dominion  iino of steamers, whit'll will leave  3Ioiiteeal SaUmlay morniii{r of each  week.  Ijarge- shippers between Canada  and Great liviUun claim t'hat they  are. badly inconvenienced by mail  proceed ing from this side on. Thura  day or even Friday, as 'Jho heavy  portion of their shipinerals-go ' out  on vessels sailing from this port on  Saturday, and invoices and other  documents whielV must arrive on thiol her side before the cheese, bettei-  and other eominodilies can be ha������d  led , cannot be mailed until goods  ni-.. on. honrci   ship.   o   SCORE TIED  LASXEVEN1NG  .v.'..-:' >>:^ -  y  George Ilepple and H.Wiight are  now'even in the scores made at tho  recent shoots of the Tyee ".-Gun Club,  and from now on the shooting will  certainly be interest ing. - Out of W*5-  ���������birds;-' each of the above ge itlea.cu  have secured 122. There are sti'l T5  birds to be shot ah hefore the -bef^t  shot is eiititlod to;the 'm-iUl fer  which the clu,;> are 3110011112;, and tht  final shoots promise to he -intert ������fc-  ing. The following scores were.ta.atU*  last, evening:  which allowoil the salt water to en- ground is favorable"and the excuse  ti*r and pul the connection out oilbn- would'he. rea.sona.ble. The if-uantity  sineis. As to whether this was due of water (lowing in McLeod Creek is  to a latent effect in ^Ute cable when .about 150 cuibic feet i>er minute, and  it was laid or was made wiith the in Bu������h������ Creek a 'ittlc less, ,the two  aim" to* cripple tho company's service together being sullicitnt for your pur-  is now   being sought.     The cojnyany poses. '  has tal<**n the cable up and "is   maJ:- -1 examined Bush Creek the    whole  ing a thorough inspection.     SuperniT le.gtn lcoking for a site for  a slor-   huve met.  tendont   Keivl.   stated   this    afternoon '-'go reset-.oir,  and while  1  did     not j    I ha.vo lh.e honor  lo be; gentlemen  chat.no decision'as to the cause had find ,hoiie"siiilab'l* for storing   a large..*-.       ,   Your ojedient  servant,  yet been reached. quantity,    there    are     a numibci"   of I TSIOS.   11.  TRACY.  If Uie work was done by an enemy  made which would answer youi purpose for a time, and others utilized  biter.  Without an accurate smvey oi t.ie  eieek, 1 cannot locate exactly the  Lest sites for the dam ami powei  house, but the power hmi.se wiijuld  not he "iciy far fiom where Bush  Ciivk crosses the lailway, and lhe  dam eitlii?i a little atovc the main  f.Jls on the creek or at the upper  falls, as would be foiM.d ibest and  iiiusl  ecoiionueal.  1 herew.ih subinii an estimate oi  Ii.e cost of the worts as proposed.  1 was very much assisted in im  ������ui"k by Mr. Waller Jones, who cir  laiuly has & Ihoiough knotthilgo "i  the loeaHly. and is one of, if not  the best men  i:i   the    woods  lluil    I  "of  I Im company it was certainly donef Preliminary expenses, .by-laws, adveU imii,,   sur\e\s,  etc.    ..  very secretlv and quickly^ as tjie lini" Wat*1' Povm"- D!veiling upper    faik    Mel.cod  ( 1    to   Hush M.Uil  was only in operation from  11  to  V-������*ni and headwords liB Mush Cue!;      f'<l,0CO feet 1-fi  in. wood pipe   J.1,000 fecit 11 in. steel 1 ivetted 'pipe,  ,-���������  Water-Wheel and Governor   1'ower-hoi.sc and  foundations   $ 1,000  o'clock before the wire was   out  business.                                \ ,   o   GUILTY OF  COWARDICE  G.   ITepple  ...  T. White ......  W.   Mills   .!....  II.   Wright  ...  J. McDonald-  If)  18  18  10  15  ST. EUGENE  LOOKING WELL  "There is now more ore  iJi sight in  the St.   Huge-iic mine twian  we   have  ever biul,"    James Crouin    remarked  yesterday, while in conversation, with  the   Leader     representative.     "True,  Leiser &   Co/s" store will  be open  if i wtJ gfc.cutting down  the  grade    and  any otlwr stoms  in the cit-v ar,e. j shipping a lower .quality of   ore  and  "If,"    said      Mr.'"Maekli'n,   "other ; eoneenfra'U's  than  we. did  some   time  stores  wish   to close, he  will ,be per-! ngo, hut. this is made feasible ,by the  recflv  willing  to  do so,   but if some j 1'huil     owning     its     own     smelter  keep'opeci,  wt* will  be compelled "to-do   Heretofore    we    have    been  shipping  likewise   on .general holidays."  St. ��������� Petsrburg, July y.���������The. dep.osi  tions of the various officers anel sail  ors oh the '.'torpedo-destroyer Bed-  ovy, forming .docuihe-hts" in. the Court  Martial oi" Admiral Hojestvensky and  other naval ollicei's who surrendered'  to (the Japanese in tlie Battle of the  Sea of .I-apaiii in'. May ot last year,  were, published yesterday.  The soldiers, testimony indicates,  that the Admiral's party boarded  the Bedovy with fhe full intention .of  .sui'i'onderiiiii' to the first Japanese  ship they should encounter. Their  initial act was to order a white  dag'   prepared.  The    officers     of  the staff  of     Ad-  0  1,000  1,1)00  8,000  2,500  1,500  Electrical-Work.���������1 125 lew. Machine c'oinplete  Transfhiriuiers  for  2500   lights   Lines  wire,   (Miles,  arms, braces,  labor, etc  House connections from streets     Add for contingencies  2,IU0  3,125  4.S75  250  18.700.  10,350  $30,050  2.050  'Total "    $33,000  ' If wiring be dewve free  by the cily   add  I.2.-J5  per  light:     for street are  lights, add $80 each  to cover cost of   lamps,  t-varisformers,., etc.  \ ���������       . T1IOS IT. 'PRACY, C.E.  After the-reading 0f the a-l.oye report, it was disciisse.il. at consuler-  ak'lc. length, a'nd the council were of  the opinion that some further steps-'  should l.c taken at oiice," ami accordingly a motion was passed ,to ;U������ effect that 100 inches of McLeod Creck  miral   Kojes,vensky     and  the-.   Com-|b(j ioCated as s0on as   possible iby the-  ninntloi- of ihe   lledovy.   made a   fiU'city,  the    clerk .being,    instructed   to  s*ee Mr.  Ruf-isell    Simpson,  barrister,  and have the necessary  papers drawn  up-  It  was   thought  that the   expenses  of loealiiia:    would  not exceed  fifteen  fn! exhibition in trying to shift the  iv.-poiisihiliiy for The .surrender -io-  each   ot her.  Admiral I'n'.'St veiisky thou������*h lie  says Ii.'* was dii/ed and out y>f hi-1  bead  nil   lli<*    thin*,  en I ers  n   I'len    of'or  twenty   dollars,  and  after   that  i  tjuilly  because lie iiiiiflo   no   niensui'.'s  I o  preveul    t In* siiri-i'iitli'i-.  STRANGE AND  only  the  higher grade stuff,  l/nt now  we  are  cuttin/g  down  tho  grade    and  eryfhing  that  carries value.    This is  'operating   the   mine  as  it  should   he  ' operated,  and it will make if  better  bUD 13b IN   IJ ti A I )~i >{   \v,'n.  Wlntc,   who arrived   this  week  . froin His'...ee, Arizona, has hvcii made  '.iiiperinlendent to fill the position u-n-  Yaneouver, July -L���������A mysk-rious- '_ I il rei-6ufly occupied" by Geo. Ck.th-  ly sudden deaUi look place at the'ier. Mr. White was one of the first  city .hospital last night. Mr. R. 'miners ever employed at the St. l-'n-  Yoimg had been hrought" down from 'gene and worked there when he and  a camp on the North Arm and fak- .Mr. Cronin constituted the whole  en t��������� the hospital in the. aintwlance, |force. Me spent two years in Colitis son being with him. He died be- 'orado and three years in Soulh M-  fore he could be got info a ward, rica since leaving here six years a.;o  As the doctors Cub! not fell Ihe "Hilly" is a miner of fhe first rank,  cause of-death the matter was report itnd an all around good fellow, and  ed to the police and it is pn'issiibh* the Leader is pleased to see .him pro  1 hat .an inquest may be held. Young mvted to his present position.���������Moy-  lived at 9G7 Princess street. ie Leader.  -4���������  A HEAVY  SENTENCE  Ml., llyueinihe, duly ."..���������At.lhe opening of King's bunch this morning  Hon. Justice at St. ..Pierre, pronoun  eed sentence upon I.apointe, alias  Desnutels, found guilty of manslaughter for the kilfing of Mrs. C!en-  drenu. Si. Piebagnt fount.v, on the  niffht of April 1-1 last. After the  most canst ic reprimand from Judge  Lnpointo was sentenced to twenty  years in the penitentiary. It will be  recalled that 0:1 lhe night of April  11th lust, I.npoinle met Mrs. Gcn-  rirenu in the village of St- f'0. h������-  twecn nine nnd ten o'clock nl nigltt  nnd iu iwi Hlleirntion which followed   slrnngled    her.     Her    body      was  \iould rest with -the.people reuj.-ir-ding  the fraining of a by-law for 'the purpose of Uarrowiiij; ;i s iflicieiit ani-  oiint of money to erect an electric  plant. If will lirsf be necessary for  Ihc coiiii'.cil lo receive n petiti .11  signed by fen per eeni. of ihc rale-  payers, jiskintr that a vole- be taken  on such a by-'law. If Ibis is done  before next inwt-ing, one of the aldermen can 011 .Monday next giie notice that be in lends lo introduce  such a iiy-law, and it   ea.n be framed  .er until he lelurned.    This thocouti-  il were willing to do provided    Mr.  VcWuitiic, whti had laid    the    com-  Luii.t,   was willing (o wait.   It  v.as  I 1 .tight    that Mr. McMiirtvic,  im '.er  '���������e circuinstiajices,   would  be   willuig  o   wait,  thercfou*  Aid. Malone inov-  1   thr matter be laid over one inc.ie  :\*k.     Ciuriwl.  I iiiler the bead  of "new business"  '.il. Spence stxifed he wanted  tos-.y  .- ,met lung  about   certain  stores l:ecp-  r ^  0|>?n on   puhlic holidays. He had  diced   that  on Dominion  Day    se ���������-  ,:il stores    were -"((rJcn,  while olhc-is  ���������eic closed,, and he thought if to t.'ie  ���������ileresl of the city, or  at least    no  ore   than ii������iht.  that a  by-law   ,be  i'sod   to compel  stores  to close  on  .���������fhe.  holidays.     In  Union, such     a  b, law  existed, and   it was found to  ������������������lc very satisfactorily, (specially al  ���������r t/iu*  store had been f'ned  $50  for  -���������eping  Ojien,  a.nd thus violating tbe  :.i-      ITe thought, the holidays   were  i. r  (he  purpos" of    allowing    clerl s  ��������� ul cinploiees of stores to get o::t  . id have a pood time as well as  i   hei   men, and tlifitefoie it should .1 ?  iie    law     tih.it all  stores close.     A  ��������� ore which employed a largo nun*-  ;, t  ot mei*. could not be expected   to  o<-e if other sines employing le\s  h..-lp  were kept  openu.  'The Mayor rcniiar.l'iod that it was en  l>rely outside the jurisdiction of the  .���������."..iiineil at present. If Aid. Spence  v. isbeti..:-to ��������� farce the stores to close,  lie w^ulfl have to introduce a by-law  io that effect, and allow it to take  I.V.-e usual 'course. Aid. Spence  tlw>uo.ht that", if was a long time yet  tin-til next Dominion Day, aad if n-sc-  essary something could be done hc-  'oi'e  that time. .  The' -usual, weekly accounts, etc.,  y.erc referred to the finance commit-  t.--e to be  raid if found correct.  Those present at the meeting last  c cuing were: Mayor Nichiilson, Aldermen .Campbell', Spence, Patterson  aad MaU.ne.  the extent of borrowing, several thousand dj.ilars more than   they  :i,vl    u  iirst calculated   upon.  After tilifL* electric light Kpiestion had  beoii 1disp.0st.il of for the time .being,  the ordinary work of the council Was  taken up.  Aid. Patterson, wh,.> had not been  present at the meetijii!;. which had  granted $25 towards the sports on  Dominion Day, wanted to know if his  im.tion of the week previous : refusing a grant had Ik-mi re.seiiulul before a new motion had been .pnbse.1  giiini.iiig- the  request.  Aid.  Campbell  said  he  thought     it j (���������..|.j!.<)0 counliy   within   the next two  whs  itbout   time  the  -S25   was  forgot-  ten.      lie    thought  if   had   done    Ihe  GOOD OUTLOOK  FOR CARIBOO   *������-���������*>**���������������   Act'oi'di'iK i-o statements of a number of .mining men and engineers  .now sUiying al the 11; del YancO'iiver.  I says a Wuicouver dispatch, the G"g-  :g.*'iiheinis- of the Ainericiui Sineltftr  iTrusI    will   spend   $1,500,0(10   in      the  ciiy more good than tiny oilier $25  ever spent in the city. U luud help-  t'.;l to advertise ihe town, with the  result that .hundreds of dollars had  bi\Ji spent here on U|.minion bay.  In fact, if he heard any more a.tout  il he would feel like putting up the  $25  himself.  Aid.  Patterson replied that perhaps   These gentlemen retain -a  quarter in-  had  he been present  at the   inciting   iccesf \n thp new'enterprise. The deal  .'cats in 1 r()'vailing .a new system oi  w.-itt.T supply for hydraulic |)tirposes.  The new coiupativ will be known as  -, he Caril.-oo Gold Mining Company,  with a enpiLiii/.jitioii of a million  jlollars. H is (lie sut-co sor of the  ti'iiicr (o.iii|jnv whose principal  *harelii>ldcrs were Sir William Van  1 loi iK*, Sir 'lii.-.ina.".'. iShatii'Jmessy and  Mr.   R.      P..   An..j,i!-.    of   the    CP-TL  up  and   passed   upon .by   the    couneil   mentioned, Aid. Campbell wotild'have   was negotiated     by Mr.   J. R. Hob  at the following-    nice ting, ,au-d after  a sufficient amount of advertising, it  can   be laid before the people for final settlement.  In making out his report, Col.  Tracy has i-.ta-t.ed that there is no  f|-uestii.n about there hi*",ng plenty of  water for all seasons of the year,  a*l, in fact, stated that all of McLeod creek will not be needed, bead-  vising Ihat. only 100 miners' inches  le diverted into Bush creek. He has  also made a very liberal estimate en  the  probable cost of  installation,  as  found   in  ihe    moming lying   in   th.*|he stated  that he   preferred  lo go   a  high-way about half a mile from the  village  little .abo.e  the  actual amount than  below, and disappoint the people    to  been given an opportunity to put  up   -on,  whose seiv.ioes as general mana-  th������ money, as he  had seemed anxious   j.-( r will be tetairud-  ti. do so. I    Mr. T-fiV..son. has just returned from  The-   sanitary     inspector's     report   a   trip  lo Hi.'** Ca-riiboo,  where he was  dealing with  the conditions of drains  on  properly  at. the  back  of  the    Abbots ford  Hotel,   which  had  been  lai:  ;>< coiiipiankd hy Mr. G. O; Foss, of  Mt-ssrs. foss it McDonald, contractors, and Mr. G7owsloi, C.E., Mr.  Koss loo-led over the ground with a  Cme    of   the    alde.im.-n   -,iew   to suhmifti.iwr a tender for    in-  over  from   last     week, came up     for  /discuss ion.  wan tod to know if any new developments had taken place, and the Moy-  nr replied that Mr. Males, lhe gentleman who had built the places for  Car-taiji Collisfev,. lmd siatd that  upon, his return from Vieloria next  week he    would    himself fix up     the  .stalling lhe proposed improvements,  an! he was assist ed .by Mr. Gzowski  it is proposed 10 augment, the water-  supply by an elaborate system of 23  miles of canals connecting with' Spanish Lake. Things are said 'to be.  1 ooming    in  Cariboo as a result   of  drains,  and  he had asked the council   lhe invasion of the Guggehheims, THE L\DTSMITH DAILYLEDG-EB  ^^^**  ���������,atf LtDbtK  Published   every   day   except Suaday  ���������BY���������  ���������IHE  DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  p   VOU    WANT   AtiOOD-  One  One  SUBSCRIPTION.  Year (In advance)     Month  .  ,,,        50  $5.00  cents  WEDNESDAY  July  '1,  11)06  -���������'OK  MOliE PAX.  Philadelphia; J'uly ;���������}.���������One huncl-  j-etl splicers aud linemen i-ompi'ihuiy  ihc entire force ol lhe I Sell Tol<-  jilioucj Company i" LIii������> .secLion are.  on' strike to secure more pay and  shorter   hours.  DEADLY   CUOLEliA   OLTUREAK  Manilla, July M.���������C'Jioleru of a vi.r-  ulent tyjie ha.s broken out gniony  the natives -of Manila find surrounding provinces. Four Americans in  Manila have been stricken to date  find one American has died.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  Dear Sirs.���������This fall 1 got thrown  on -a fence and hurt my chest veiy  bad, so 1 could not work and it limine ...to breathe. ' I tried all kinds of  Liniments and they did me, no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, wanned on liauujls and applied on my breast cured me completely.  C.  II.   COSSAB-OOM.  Ilossway,  Digby Co.,  N.S.  r  i&  l^lea  S  %-i C3\     IBs  "{CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN' FIRST   AVENUE.  POOLS   HIS  FRIENDS.  Loudon,   July   "'.���������William   J.   -Bryan  .arrived     in   London   iinexpeeti-tlls  tins   o\eiiuiy       ii'uiii    Norway    twelve  hours    earlier   ilian   his   friends   auti-  ci; loled.  ELECJ'KIV Ul'ASIIIOD.  SI Petei'sbui'.;, .1 tilj .",.���������The lower llou������c oi paibiimeni today today  L>.\ a \otc. of _!Si; >o '2('ii>, (plashed  tin! elections of seven members from  I In- pro*, nice ol Knlkoli, who were  alleged io have been elected through  the   intei'M'ni ion  ul   ilie  local  nutboi V-  Twenty-one cti'-es    and  sixteen more ���������  deaths   were   reported     today        The  /provinces report lweniy-six case-'  and twonlj-fivt' deal lis The disease  is of the most deadly l.vpe  Try a Province Cigar.  TIlE-GCAIins   RIOT.  St. Petersburg, July M.-An incipient, riot,is. reported to have occurred among the Curassiers of the  guard of Sarskoc Solo because they  had been ordered not fo read newspapers. Officers of the guard who  were questioned on the subject declared that Ihe severity of tlie mens  ure taken to prevent tbe special of  the . revolutionary propognnda a-  niong- fhe troops- is arousing- .such in  tense resent men ( anioiig I be men  Ihat the lives of the officers themselves  are  endangered.  They .-.peak most pessimistically of  the spread of  disloyally  ui   the army   o   LiRlTlSlI   SLAV   XI'LI'S.  Dui-buH.    Natal.     .Iul.\     IL��������� Further  lighting   between   I lie     iiiill.r      rebels  and  the   Uritish  columns occurred  to  day.      The   lat i.t, canio   in ������������������ .contact  with   the    en.*m,\ 's  vaugunrJ,    killing  .'150   men,    but.   the main; Zulu     force  is   sLill  .al   large.  ! ry Capital and Nugget Cigars  SAVED HIS  C01I HADE'S   LIFE.  "While returning fiom .lhe Grand  Army Encampment' at Washington  City, a comrade fiom Elgin, 111., wa-s  taken with cholein morbus -and was  in a crilicnl coiidiMon," tnys Mr.  J. E. I-Iot.ghland, of l-Jldon, Iowa.  "[ gave him Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Uianhwa Remedy and  believe saved Ins life. I have been  engaged for ten yeais in ini'iuiigfalion  work and conducted many parties to  the isouUi and wesl. I always car-  iv this xemedy and have used il suc-  ccssfulfy on mum oecaslfJis." SoM  iiy  Ladysmith  Pharmacy.  'JT115 RISING  NATAL.  Durban, Natal, July ."5.���������The Natal  revolt coin inues to be serious. A  so*.ere engagement occurred on Sun  day outside Noodsberg, a small force  of Natal Volunteers being leinpoi nr  aril.v in a diiricnli position, and tlis-  aster being averied onfs by Ihe time  ly arrival of the main body of volunteers, '/'tie rebels we'tc���������finally dispersed    vviib  a  lo.-.s of  C)'1 Killed  FOI'R   WORKMEN   KILLED.  Hamburg,       Jul.v     ���������' Tho      grr-ai  church of Si. Michael vvith its lower lower and ^piee Lid feet high was  (orally    destroyed    by    fire   today.  The lower in falling crushed Severn I neighboring houses, and ihey  caught fire. Four workmen who were  repairing    lhe  church   were  killed.   o   ICIJ7LKI) A GUILD.  Toronlo, July 'L���������The 3 8 months  old child of W. Bullets. secondhand dealer on York street was in-  sL-intl.v killed this morning' . hy a  coal cfirl. 'The baby was playing, on  the curb nnd was struck hy the  hoof of a horse and rolled under the  wheels which pasced over it, killing  ii    instantly.  ii.  Snnlijrlil Soap is better tlinirotticr soups, bu  sliest when used in tin- Sunlight V ay.  It uy Snnliji Itt Sojip mill lollcw directions  Union marie-Capital & Nugget Cigars  ..-tt^MSTCwa  ���������i"iiiw^..w ��������� iwhm���������mmmvm  DAY   SCHOOL  **l?*V*  *S*S������i������IEi  Ask for  WATSON'S  DUNDEE  =WlI  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������  -The Cream  of Scotch Whiskies  The one will be honest and  reliable. The other questionable. So with boohs. All boots  that lo0k well aJ'o not honest.  TJeckie's Boots are ALL  LEATHER, and made fo  meet western requirement!'  The logger, the prospector,  and the miner can depend on  them when far frcTm the busy  hatmts of men.  A s k    your    dealer    f o r-  "LECKIE  BOOTS," and  take  no substitute.  Usual subjects taught; also lau-  image" ��������� drawing in pencil and cr_y-  ons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons glv-  ���������*n in classes or individually.  MISS HER.TRAIM,     Ladysniith, R.C  RAYMOND &  SONS  ���������Uealcrs  in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,   Rrick,  H    Fire Brick and   Vancouver hill viand cement.  3  Pandora St.   Victoria II.C.  GALfcliMAN5  Leads 'diem  lh   CHALiTY  R. P. RITHliT,  4    m. i  \  \  j Esquimalt   & Nanaime t.ai^wa^  Traits leave  1 -iiysmitb /or���������"Victoria and  all intermediate stations    at  ��������� 9:10 a.m. daily, and at 5:00 p.m. on "Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.  I Trains leave ���������.adysmitlt for Wellington and'all intermediate static,:*?  at II ;>7 a 111. daily, and at 7.-.00 p.m. on Wednesdays, Saturdays and  Sundays.  j Extu-siDO Tickets ^-__^_c**-r-  j  .. OX SALE TO AND FROM ALL STATIONS  ��������� good for  going  Journey   Saturday    * ml Sundays,  retiming mil, later than  the follow in|������   Mnuday.   SUffiiW t?63i!-i     ,  Sails  from   Lajysmith  for Vancouver every Saturday at (>:0l) a.m. ml  i(*ttiriiiii<_ sails from  Vancouver     for   Ladysmith ai 2.SO d.iii.  G.L.Courtney,  District Pjissoiiffoi' A������,iint  0*.   CO.,    l-.tCl  ;,s Covernmeiil. St., Victoria, B.C. .  l  i'acitic Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA.   -:  :-B.O.  For a cool,  refreshing'--  B A T H  Durin?; the Summer ;  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS    !  Shaving Parlors, etc.,     High Street  W0Jc *^������^t  ���������fl^lfc. J.NFNRY'S  FOR THi������ BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  on J, E.  House- and Sign Fainter   Are Ton in; rjsl?.  Tfcen be turc your tickets re_<" ill  tb������  North Western Line  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and * MINNEAPOLIS witfc th������  through trains from the Pacifli  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TI*  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'  RATES,  THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS C11 *  and ALL POINTS EAST.  ' For complete information ask y  IocaI agent or write.  .;������. W.  PARKER  Oen&rftI , j������ gr*-**  710 2nd Ave. SeattU  ���������Ticket and Vfefght^bfffct, H$'  Government Street.   ,       .  JranscoiitJneiital  Oj  Tfains.Wi=y.     L\  J Th.    >u~.'.. -'r-.^...  . 1 nc-.a\cw^iAA^.in . v-v  ���������  CRItNTAL LIMITELD.  The Train'ot,. .���������  .Ease,   Elegance,- Excellence. ������������������  Every   mile  a  picture; 'and  Ir no smoke  to spoil  the    view.  Through  Compartment','  Observation  arid Pullman  Sleepers;     also    Through'"'.Tourist  Cars to Chicago'.  " '*'     '   "  At antic Steamship Business" to Europe  is our Specialty' '  Union     Terminals   with   ail  Steamer lines."" "   "���������  '   '  Berth reservations"by  wirel  .    Great Northern' S.S.' Co.  ..FOR  JAPAN    AND  CHINA.  , Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for.J a-'  pan    and  China ports at ''refluent- dates.      Exact    sailing  j dates can  be secured  upon ap-  .'. plication to any Great Nor I h-  rlern. representative:  .1 S.  0.   YERKES;  ".        A.(LP.A.-, Seattle, Wash.  E.   R. STEPHEN,  Gen.  Agent, Victoria,  B.C.  NURSIES.  GREENHOUSES  AND SEED  HOUSES  M10, "Vcatsninster   Road.  l^^:;ltVq'0:l^E:ii*i'  ^  '!  t ������  Headquarters for������������������  ���������<-T- PACIFIC GROWN tiurden,  ilelA  >ntl flower .SEED-v '   ~h*  & t lor distribution. ;  jS^*  m'u Large   stock . of Home    fK^  "���������..Grown  FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     TREES  'how matured for Spring.  TNo expense, loss or   de-  lay of Iuiinq;������t.ioii or in-  /. spection .  ���������x^S--   Let mc r-rice your list  55' * before  placing your   order. eJreeniiouse Plants,  Floral Packatses,  Fertilizers, etc.  1    30i(l   Westminster Road.  i������/    VANCOUVER,  P..  C  ><my    my'*    \C-  THE BUD  Sole  Aareiits for B  UnderJNew Alanaginent  HOTEL WILSON  Jus. R. McKinnelL Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial  Mens*  headonavters.  Modern'and     Strictly   First  Clais.  Fire 'Proof     Huildiaa-.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Uals-a -1L20 htidSi .50���������-  to  all c'famh'jftt   hind urn And  r n'wiiy dopoV".     KlectricJ 'uifJ -very five  minutep  lo ;v!l pnrte of   il 0 city,   liar  tiii-l Ie.hle.unexcelled.  F. BAVNKS, Proprietor,  ABBOTT  ST.,   VANCOUVER   B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITJS   COOK���������  and .  ���������WHITE   LABOtt���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  OATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.  .. OMiera In ..;.   -;;���������  Pianos j&; Organs  Ladysmith. li.C  Pttjfig and  ,,   ���������    DONE  AT  Rea30irable Prices   ,  J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  al  Peterson's  ifurn  ture Store, or telephone No f������h.  M*t+-!-+*f++++++++++.1.^4.++^!.t.i,.t.t..<,i.-M.+.M.+-|..M.+4~M-M.**+*4. !���������  Best accommodation for transient  <\nd permanent boarders and lodgers.  ORAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been conifort-  a'������ly furnished and the bar is up-to-  dote Rates ILIA a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Pro������.  Mo-alaMad* ������������������-.: :^.: :_-: :������-: LadrNiaaitk  ���������   ..-- ������������������^^-������m-i--ii-n 1    *rmr-ttrr**rmTmtCK*mmm**mmmt'iaM  TWOIVIE  MAY LOOK  ALIKE  STKAHI   IlliATEl.  1--URNISH    ROOMS  HAR StJPPUED WITH BIJtT  WINKS, LIQUORS, CICAltS  ABB0TSP0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRlG, Proprietor  Newly l'itted up and  Furnished  la'dysmiih, . Cf  Good tallies and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  DAVID MYNDS,   Prop.  Board tit reasonable  Rates  The bar. is extra  well  Stocked  M  Manufactured by  J.  VANCOUVER B, C-  To  To  .Inly  10 to  If).  Ocnvef  Augus-I.   7, S, 9.  Milwaukee  Sept. .8,  9, 10.  Toronlo  This   Hotel  has    been  completely       renovated.  Board aid lodging Jl.fJO per day.  HOTEL-    PRETORIA  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  iar   Supplied   with   the   Best    Wines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-: :-: Ladysniith ll.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  ri\  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMfeLTERS OH COI������PHK, flOLI>��������� ANIJ  . 4    ,   ..   SILVER OKIES.  "      Smelting Worlcs at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE  1 DUNCANS STATION,  Vancouver Island, 6. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  General Manager.  ���������*{���������  +  +  +  +  ���������<���������  ���������t-  4-  +  ������+���������  **.i4+.,4.,,w+^  ..������"������*������������������<������"*���������+.<���������������;������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������:: ���������������������������������  ..������������������������������������..������..������������������������������������..���������.������������������..K'.*"*.������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������.������������������_������.^,.������.������.  [STOVES! STOVES!  j we ar^ making HEATERS and RANGES of  i Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  f Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  | Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  | Ladysmith Stove 8c IroiiWorks Co. Ivd  ��������� TELEPHONE 53                                                              V. O. Box 42.  ������������������������������������������������������  ?5  fi  nii-  io  2,  3,  Aug.  7,  8,  0.  ALL  P 0 I NT S  Kor particulars  call   ou     or  wiite !���������;. E.  DJacK-wood, General   Agent,   Victoria,   B.C.  A.    D.     Charlton,  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  (���������  WM.  MUNSIK,  President    J.  W.  COBURN, Managing  Director.  Telephane '1-h. ?;***���������,. (���������]  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd  MILLS    AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADVSMITH-r-   *,   u V������V,  Shingles a Specialty     ;^  MANUFACTURERS  OF   Hough and 1>i*ossed Fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the   BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  ������������������������������������������        *.<k^������-,������."*k*^������**r<**>-**V^--%.-%,-%^*^%^������.-������,-^^,<l,  t He Qi t��������� y tv^ m re kst  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  PAINTING   AND   PAPERHANGING '  Neat ly and Artisl ically Done                     Orders  Promptly  Execute  S. ROEDD.IN.G-,   -?" - --" LADYSMITH  LAD/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  '*t%mm\\^mmm^m^mm%\mmmm\mmmm9iammm\m.'mw  PIANOS,, ORGA'NS A*MI) HOUSEHOLD  KOKNITURK MOV  ED PROMPTLY A ND SAFELY.  Stablfed In th,. r.ii' f,| the Lad ysmi l.h hotel.  Ab'bntafonl.  A.  Leave   orders  at   {\n  *������MHHHHtHHH(|iHtH'mWH+Ht  *   )   f   ������   1   ,-  1   r + f -y  op  Y 1 ������ saaa^aesasatwaeteffl  THE LADYSMITH DAILTLEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH TEMPLE, Ko. 5.-  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  iellows' Hall e\ery 2nd and 1th  Tuesday, at 7.30 p.m.  MRS   KATE TATE,  M   of R. &, C.  UMILJJ   ANLlCNi        OKDliK   Ui  DRUIDS  Wellington Lime jNo    1  U    A   o    >  iVeels    iu  il ,    !    i.    O    '>'    1 Ull    : .  ft  tlvsuntli,    the    Second   and      l"o-jii  Huilnesda\s of  each  month   toii'iiu  ������r.g Wednesday.   l.'Uh ,   1903  Visiting  ll'iiuK     .tie muted  tf  t������ ml  Hv Ci i.t  WM    HA ITER,  Reel S.*i-  *>k'\ RICK   DCi'K    \    \  Dr.  Dicr can   he lound at any tn  at his ollice on Gat acre st    His   de  tal   work  is  irA auntced   to   he first  rlass and rates reasonable ������*  :"':;11ILB;i3RT";:.  NEWS NOTES"  |FROM NANAIMO  Dr.R.8. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  woik  guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  RESIDENCE   AND  OFFICE  .iatacre St Lady smith  Upon at all hoius  NOTICI-*:  From      this   date  the  undcisigned  will   nrt   !���������'   ii'snonsihle loi   any  In  rlehteducs     iucuiiim!  except on       ?  will ten ninir sinned hy the secret,*.!*;  Rowland  M.tcnin  V    I    ICMM.niiAnON'  &   DEYEl  OPM I'NT CO ,  LTV*.  Son  Peisnr-i.*   I Uuil'tv  l. t\U \ ii :< \ il n' L.AKhkV  CHOICE    CAKES     AND    PASTfCi  ALWAYS     I'REbll   ON  HAM)  Wedding    Cakes   "lade    to  Ordei  1UL/IS   A*vl)    CANDLES OF  ALL  KINDS.     FRESH    BR EAR   FAERY    DAY  Pi ices    are     Verj  Reasonable.      All  {I'usRimeis are Treatod  Alike.  HOP   LEE A CO  ON THE    ESPLANADE.  w.  t.  A**������*i 0'  siis  Mi'ittir    "���������t  ftp-ay  to  oafl  LADYSVI H  1GAR FACTORY  Manufacturers ofthe Famous  CIM\N    BLOSSOM  None bit   Un-.'***. 1  i!-< '     ICmployud  H   J.   I-JOOI II. J>r,*>n  _l  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWCKN  CHICAGO, LONDON,   HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL. QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And the rrlnclpal 1IubIik*ss Centers ot  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, KEW VORK AKD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA HIAOARA FALLS.  For Tlmo '1' ������Wob. etc., address  CEO. W. VAOX,  Yssistant Gcn'1 1'iis.iinBer nii.l rii ket Ajtvnt  130 AD������MS ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.  i  Paisley Dya tf arks  Fancy Dyeme, and  Cleaning   Changes leasonaible, etc     Woik < iiuu.au teed.  Commercial Sf. ��������� Nanaimo, 8. G,  J. PIEBGY & GO.  .lnnfacLuiers Of.���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE PRY 800QS  VICTORIA, B. C.;  . in tlie death of Mr John W Fieo  imtn, wlm h ouiiiihI yostei d.i \  moining in the iit\ Hospital Xa-  li.amo loses one oi its most populai  .M'ung  men.  His death was "tliiectij due to tht-  si tons accident which, befell him n  No 1 mine, ,i lew years ago, which  li ipploit him .so se\erly .so as tc  in .!vo him a piacttcal invalid tion.  tl it tune, until inflammation o.  ih Kidneys, caused directl> non  tl ��������� accident, mteivciied and wa=  (Ii cell1,   tho    cause   ol    death  I'or the past ,\iai .Mr. lYeeinan h.i^  b< n engaged as night nurse al tho  lu spital, and attended to his duties rcguhul,*, until up to uboui  a neck ago, utncii he was UVkeii'ih  ami was lorced to take lo his beu  gmduult.v. sinking- until death hnnl-  h -lelieved his suhetings ai LI o'clock   ,\esteida,\   morning.  The decenscd was a native ok Ll*.-  oi pool, nnd was '2'.) .\cais ol age,  1I������ came to Sananno with his piu-  uils about L't .\eais -ago aud ha'  lesicled   hero e\er since. '  .Jack, us he was called by old ac  (piaintanios was bcloie the \������nlo������'-  lunatc act ulent belell him, one oi  Vinanno's most ardent s|foitsnien  lie was foi a number of yeais a  niembei ol the Innious Swifts and  Thistle Yssouation foottrall teams  Ii. sub-, being sin aiti\e nienibor ol  ll.e Pue Ih-igatle, and secret arj  101 a number of teims of tho *Sa-  liiiiuo Liteiai.v nnd Athletic Association  The fmu'ial wdl take place on  Thursday at 3 o'clock li'om thr  l.'inulv lesidenee, Wallace sticet to  St Paul's chinch, under the auspices  oi Couit Nana imo Porivs-tors Home  A O F, ol which lodge the deceas  ed was an lio'noied nnd respected  member.  The young man leaves to mmiin  his 'loss a niolher, two brothers  James of Vancouver and Harry ot  this city,-- and three sisters, Emma,  r.ud Mari Fieem-in of this, city nnd  Cicely Freeman   oi  Victoria.  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE .TO'ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILLS  SHARPENED  liY  US      ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.   PICKS  HANDLED  A  ND REPAIRED   -SII IP SMI Til I N G    IN      ALL   ITS    BRANCHES  horseshecirs and'Oehera1 Blacksmitns.  R   WRIGHT.  Bull er Street - ���������      -    -     " J^dysmitli, B C  . 4..^^.J.V-^4���������-I���������**>���������^���������A���������!���������-���������>���������**^**���������I-���������-!"^���������J-^4���������'*I'^*^^  Nanaimo and the Hillsides ot \ ic-  toria hioke e\en on the twn ball  gnmes t'hnl weie plnved iu the  city on Sunday and "Monday The  home team won (ho first ijairie hj  the scoicofL~> to ii, but the Mob-  dn\ 's gnn.t; went, to, the visitors hy  lh.'  store   oi   IO  to 4.  Tioth games weie pool exhibit ion*,  oi bas.-h.iil, in the Suiii|.i\'s game  no less tluiii eigJiteen i-nois weie  made and in Monila*. s iheie was  th.itec'ii strokes ihalked down m  tlK- error column  Nanaimo won Sundaj ���������> game be  cause the^ made less eiiois than  tin ii" opponents, aim m Monday s  g-auie the JlilNirles won be< nuse  they .did not mis-, the spheie as  lliiin.N tunes as th.> home a^giegu-  tion.  Iloyce   ol   Nanuuuo,   ami   Peden    oi  'lictoiia   weie   the   opposing    slabnu n  on    Sunikn        Uoju.   pilihid   a   good  game,   ullowiiig   en.,  hit,   bin   lei ting'  mio  less  ih in  nine  men   wall,  in   lust.   '  The  loials    lo.uiil     I'.'deii    ioi     uiieen'  faietie*,   which    tog,-ih.'i   with   ih\in  flukes   was   i r sponsible   ioi    ihe     Hill  hides'   defeat  '' On Monil.ij ItoMe wiis lgain s. nt  in hut -aftei h\e inn- had been ';. cm  (.<{, l-'ailiiier was sent in to ielie\e  him 'lhe \isilois lieiled lhe new  si lb ail ist to the same ihsi.sp.il  and tallied five tun-, oil (ln* ..lieiuig1.  making  then   total    ten  The   locals  loulil   do  nothing    with  Mellmoyl,    who   held   tin:      Nanaimo  sluggers      down       to   live   siall'-ied  hits    t'hrec   in   lhe    lomth    and     two  in   tlie  se\enth  The  lollowing  are the  si oi. s  Sutula.)  Kanainio  ... .1  1 :5 0 :'��������� 0 7 0 *c��������� I .">  Hits       . ti l :*. 0 'l u "> l x���������to  Hillsides .1   1 0 1 0 O 0 0 0 ���������  (.  Hits 0 1 0 o (i 0 0 0 O��������� 'I  Summary  learned iitns, Nanaimo S ilasu on  Balls, oil lioveo 0, I'(den t>, lid  b\ pitched ball Afct'omioll T Ait  1 en SI link out l>\ Ho\U' ">, I'eden  7 Three base hi I (iiahain. Double  play, Wilkinson to T Ail ken Led  on bases, Nntiauno ."). Victoria o  Umpire    Ficd    Oouge  ^rondaj 's flnii.e  Hillsides 2 o fi 2 :{ o n o n���������i n  Hits . 12 14 2 110 0���������12  Nanaimo O00 2 0 02(������ 0-   ���������  j|     Hits '        0 0 0 ft 0 0 2 0 0���������   -,  !t, Sinmuaiv  Cnrned runs,  Hillsides 2   Xan.inno  1'     Base.-,  on  balls oi   Bum* 2.    Mellmoyl' "0,    Stiuek out  b^   Hovcc     I  Farmer    1,    Mellnio*,!  t>   Thice    base  hit   Biewstei",    Xotlhcott,   two    base  hit,  .1     Ait ken     Hit bv piloberl  bnll  Brewster     L-elt   i.n b.iseb, Xananiio  b  ITillsicles  7     Umpire    Tied  Conge  **- '  /  5$ ?/  V^"  YM&&"  '&%**���������?<  7/.frrn\vv\  are oi^eratcd   liy   t w -  >  II! :iny  p in   !> . : -  by  simply   Ltu'ji^  <  ���������.  getting   an   ciii'ii.'!*,    m.  it'.s u i fit] ������-i>.   ' i ; *  in  your i'nra iv-..'        .    ���������>  Sold hy all >m'.. ' ,.  LONDON.  TORONTO.  month::1.!,  wiNKir::'.  va:jcoi.\ :":  ST T;., ,  y���������l^  'II *  j-i .ties in .the  ." -.;.:;' ' '   consist  of  : w > j'  .v-. (i bur*-,), with  s'mi{ l>-.ii!i!i)^ ti't'th, and  .r   s]i tlvpi s  i. ���������'. >��������� i*-ily bo  removed  .   .. i.i   :'t*-plru'i'd    without  if ..i\ s'unjjlu features  ��������� ���������   t .-.* ami  economy.  '      . . ,     iiooklet free.  Tkn  .IIC  Ladysmith Hardware  WOllD KILL  f MPEKOR WILLIAM  the  TOO 1*\ST  FOR  SAl-\ETY  A   Scientifii:     Explanation,    of  "   (\\ tasilrop'he  London, \    duly   :' "3.��������� The "London  'newspapevs this morning again keenly     discuss      the      causes     of      the  I  Will be Delivered on  Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Ffidays mid Saturdays  ��������� Orders-must be in by-eleven  o'clock  on  day ,of  Delivea-y,  r  t  I, Limited  |   '<���������'    ������������������.������������������:;:'-NANAIMO^.-.B. C.        -  4..J.4 .j.4.'.j.^^.4..j- .^.J.4..j.>.^^.I.<..^-H���������^^���������^^*���������*I^^������������������^���������J^���������'*I'^���������r^^���������*H''���������^���������  The cheerful    man  is pre-enunantly   quirements   as to residence may    be  a useful man. . | satisfied by such person residing with  The cheerful mnta gees that   every-; tho father or mother.  disaster to the Plymouth fc. express train!' and the rumors of  speed competition. Great attention  is devoted to the evidence of Mr.  C!eorg-o - A. Strachan, of -Boston,  Mass., in \\ published interview, to  the effect that tho speed 01 the train  was so great that he had a strong  inclination to p.iill the alarm c'oyd,  but on' the advice of friends he refrained  from    doing-  so.  :  According to the "Standard" the  American- Consul at, Southampton.  Mr. Swalm. made the novel , suggestion, based' on the fact., that. hig*h  speed produces.-a cushion of compress  ed air in front of a ��������� swift-moving express train,.'that the air resistance  Jhetweeii the engine anfl the house  rising above ihe bridge, may have,1  been  sufficient    to slightly    raise   the  nout   of   tbe    etit>ine,    and   .ause  to  leave the  mils   on  the   ciwvc.   : O   where the goo(1 outbalances the bad  and lhal. every, evil has'its-, pompon,  sating  halm.  Synopsis ol  Canadian  Homestead  Regulations.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon fanning laud owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the rei|>uireineiils as to resilience, may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six nionthe' notice iu wrif'u.j.  should he given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa or intention to apply for [latent.  Coal lands may be purchased at. $1.0  per acre for soft coal and $20 foi  anthracite.       Not     more     than :120  MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN  CARRY MOST  ���������When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed bis gun before a committee, of" judges, he stated its carrying power to be much below what  he felt sure the gun would accomplish. The result .of. the trial was  therefore a ���������.great surprise, instead of  disappointment. It is the .sa,m������ with  the manufacturers of C-h'ani'lJlei*Iain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They do not.'boast of what  this remedy will accomplish, .but prefer to let ihe users make tlie statements., What they -do.claim, is that  it will possibly cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains 'in the stomach a'lwl ibow  els' and has never been known to fail-  For  sale    by The . Lath smith TMuu-  Seallle .1 uI\ .: ���������\ngusl Uos, n  L> rg* a bticklawi and \10lent Soc-  nh'-i, who 1 ..sided at 2200 Sivtli  j venue, is uiulei sui-.eillatue bv lb.  police of Hamburg, (lonuanj, and  su spec led 01 complicity m a nlot ti,  assassinate   Rmpeior   AVilliam <���������  Vet ing upon te.piest oi lieiman  Consul (.leisslei, who'was not ihetl n\  the (jivrniau l,o\ 01 titucnt *1 the plot  Clitei (\\ appeu-.tein today investigated ltosonbcigs quaiteis and iouik!  he had stoied, m a cellui enough e*^  jdusivcs    to blow    up hah the ul*,  Ciucibles, chemicals, high evplos-  \.s, and mateiials foi making bom'^  that- wore recovered from lluseii-  luigs collai b\ the police idled an  o\pnss wagon Jloscnbeig leu Lta.-  es behind him showing that he bad  In en 111 the habit ol cooking bin own  meals in the cellar while he woi'Uovt  to perfect, the infernal machines  bombs vv'hieh he -evidently  to use  in/Germany.  The house where Rosenberg lived  is a rooming place- He had paid  his rent up to May 1, and was ex  pec ted to return. During his absence'��������� the rooms and the cellar to  which he had access were not disturbed. The police today  the doors for the first.  Rosenberg: left.  Neither the C-ennan consul nor  the- police have been given any 'uv  ���������(onmat uon rega'rdi'n.g- 'UosoiiToergi's  companions. He was known here as  a violent Soeia' , probably belong  ing to either a revolutionary g-roup  or  an   anarchist   circle.  THllh'.AT.EM':!.*   DlC.VI'l I.  and  intended  unlocked  lime   -since  ..."     . I  Minard's   I.iiiiiiie.n.t cures   Diphitherht   inacy.  .    ,1-lrst   Class  KIOS'FOR HIRE  DKL1VEU1  WOOD AND CARK   FOR S'ALE    AND  . EXPRESS'-WORK.  Anv      available     Dominion    Lands j anthracite.       Not     more  wit in  the  Rnihvay   DelL    in.British   acres can  be a*p���������nd   by  one ,n,l,vr  witnin  inc 1 hv'ihinl   or company.     Royalty  at    the  Columbia, may be   h������������^^     "������ ' ^ ^ ^ q{   2nf)L,  auy person who ������   the. sole 1 ead   O ^^     ^   ^  a   family, or any male Over eghteen ,l -  years of age,  to  the extent of    one-   6">ss output,  quartet section ol  1 GO    acre*,     more  or less. I  Entry must be made  personally at _  DAVID JOHN SO  (*liONEY.y>'":   ' e!���������'���������- LADYSMITH  ..������.-��������� ������������������������������������������������  ,. ������..!���������. J.-t.-J"  I'P.piltl  "W. W.   CORY,  of   the Minister of Interior  the  local  land  office  for   the district  in   which the  land  is  situate,  The homesteader is required lo perform the conditions connected therewith under one of l.be following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for   I hire years.  (2) 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    re-  W.  S1LKR  ���������ifiWEKAL LXPRE6S AND  DELIVERY  WORK  rROMPTLY   In  Le������.vr orders at tbe  Abbot-slevd  ������vaatar������*i3E������fc*B.  Keep  Minard's  house.  Liniment    in    the  NOTICE  LADYSittim   WATER VVO������KS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street  ������.  my Water    Rates*, "betwe*ri������the'fOth 'and the 25th of each in. nth.  Office Hours I P.M. 4 30  T. 1 BLAND  l':M. :!    SUPERINTENDENT.  Express Work  Light ^Teaming.    Wood and   Bark   for  sale.  Orders With���������r- ".  see  W. CARTER,  FIRST AVENUE  ICEMP,  or    leave  PHONE      60  Mr.    W.    C.   Wells,    M.   \>.   I'.,     ex-  C'oimnissiouer  of   Lands    and    Works,  goes   in   fear    of   life.    'Last,   night    al  his   ins! ignal iuii,   was  arrested   .1.   W.  Thicken,    who,   su.vs   Mr.   Wells,      1ms  g-..ne   abroad   breathing   t hivsiteiiing-.s  and   shiughtcr.    ^Thc   trouble,   necord-  ing    to    Thirken's , vcrsii.it    to  ilu-  p..  lice    last   night,  -ai'os..    ������iver  a  limber  <leal,   involving   :i   sum   ..f    .*? ItSil.tuut.  For'his services    in. tbe  mutter Thick  .���������ii    says      sj 1 o,0i*o   is   due  him.       A  weirdy  clash  is said   to  have  occurred  in  a   down-town   business  ollice,    and  a;;  a   result  Mr.   Wells    laid  a     com  plaint    with   the   police  which    ended  in the arrest    of Thicken.   The lattei  is now Jn gaol    (Columbian,   dune 2.  .#s4^*i-k*r J������*tr^m~ir&4*^^~ruta^'ttmJ*w\u*m*tja&������^+im*^Vmm*M  BOWEL C0M.P.LATNT  IN   CHILDREN   **"^*a.   During the summer .mouths children  are subject tso -disorders of the   .bow  els  which should  receive careful    attention as soon  ;ii'  the   first iijin.itu.r  al looseness    of  the bowels   appears  The best,  medicine    in  use for   l o-wel  complairrl    is     Chatuherlain's   Colic,  Cholera  and   Diaiiiura Renredy  as it  promptly    controls    any     unnatural  looseness  of  the  bowels.       For   sale  by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  K0SS1 AND'S  UARiYSHIPMfNIS  Uo'slnnd,     H      C.^June   *b) -Tbe  'up'iienl'    loi    the   fii st   six     months  .i   the  je.u       amounted    to   3iil,il'l  -nit.,    and  should  the   same    iale  be  i ept    up    ioi*  the   remainder    oi    the  . ir      lb'      tonnage    lor  Lhe      >eai  ould     total      :j,-22,S3S" tons  agams-t  "JL.Kjb   tons    foi     100.J,   which    was  .a'uetl    at    !j2,.'.l.'),l.J.J  It    will    be   seen    liom   the    loiego-  int,'   bguios   that the > iclcl tins   >.ai  *  til   be  api>io\imatel.\   the  same      is  if   was  m   lOQj,  im'ess theie    is     an  in. reuse    m   the       tonnage,   ot    ' ihe  I ad.ng   mines       Matteis  are  shaping  hemsehet    at   some    of  tin ,. leading  .   uus   su   ihat     iheie   should   be  t< n  ideiable  o,   an   inc lease     The   Cenli.  tai    a-^ soon    as its new   hoib.L  is m  i lace   will   mi-lease    n^  out put     to    a  iisidei able        llcglte,       The    T^C   lbu  .nil l'.e lloj. '.N'o. 2. could add  considerable to'their tonnage, and  lionbtles's will do so at no very, late  date. ���������  Following are the shipments for  l Su;'week ending- this evening": Centre  V.tar. 2580;-Leroi, 2,Tv!0, Leroi. No.  2. MOO: Crown Point. 30; Total ���������"���������.-  CIO   tons.  Minard's Liaiinent cures  Cold, etc.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that. 1 intend to apply : to (he Board of I.i-  consingi Commissioners- of the City ot  ladysmith, at it next sitting, for a  transfer front myself to I-lanry Blair  of the license to sell spirituous and  fermented liquors on lot three (:->),  Block twenty-six (2G), on the premises known as the Cecil 1-Eorf.el, situated on First Avenue in tlie city of  Ladysmith,  B.C.,  Dated this 15th day of June, A.  D.   1906.  G FORCE II ANN AY.  1'y his  Attorney  in  fact,  Henry   Reifel.  vLASS     GLOBES  When you want a Class globe  see that you get the globe  with the rubber ring- on it,  as it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  gIoI>es without the rttl.{ijler ring  cannot keep out water, you-  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is guar  an teed to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.   Jones, agent for  H9NUY CREW  The  only     place  you can   get  Them.  Side Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  C0r. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  NANATMO B.C. ,V..f*.--, -ut  i*ta.x-wwi'������>*>.^J''--^"*^Vtt-f.* Ati-'i^^^  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  " ":*%v      ~������    ���������-���������  <K������<S'������ ���������$''t' ���������> <i>'$$ 'I' $ #���������������"S>���������"M'������>M* #-**#*  I It's MONEY in YOUR POCKETS $  jk to buy  your g������  *  ���������  ���������  ���������  BOOTS & SHOES AT BICKLES *   ���������         ���������  -     *&  -The Best Quality, Guaranteed at the Lowest Prices  Your floney  Spreads |  Out a Lout*;* Way at <������  BIC  ������-*^?s^5^*?-������re^*i*������c^c^^ ]  Mr mi  11  KILLED  BY   LIf'ilT.VlNG. I  Port   Dalhousi.'.   .Mint-   .".0���������Thomas I  a.   Aumjoj*   lj\hi/   thrrv    miles  Smith, Foios  iof condition, cm shll co\er a    liun-  dntd  i arils m shot   lime.   One cnei-  f$; Farmer  ! from   Port       lhtlhousi.'   was    stnuk.  land   iu-itnntl>     killed        by  lightning  '.\estenlny      tii'tci mini:      IK'  and     his  'wife   were   out       pj< kn.'!   ! <ti lcs    nnd  [when   the .storm   ciuue    ih.-y   sought  shelter under a   live.    The  ' lightning-  struck   tin.', tree,   killing   Farmer      instantly    and   knocking   his    w ifo    unconscious.  That's AIM  Local Items  'J'he regular, meeting of Uie Eagles  Jakes place this vven'mg in theii  aerie roams.  Miss S: Moi-gjan left ycsteiday on a  month's trip to Seattle and olhct  Sound cities, where it- is her intcii-  i.i.011 to  spend  her summer holidays.-  Mayor Nieliol/von , returned to Wellington on ehe noon train to 'resume  work on .the new school which lie is  erecting  there for the -government;'..  - City Constable Callander. ami Mr.  Walter Jones left this afternoon for  McLeod Creek, which they will stake  for the city lor use iu the es'tailjilish-  meiit of an electric lighting plant.  Mr. J. ,I one, a former resident, of  Laaysniith-,; aiud now one of the proprietors of Crofton's leading;, hotel,  paid Ladysmith.-a brief visit Lod,ay,  corning up on the noon train. Be returned on the five o'clcock train.  None Better-Capital & Nugget. Cigars  "��������� -������������������������<���������>-��������� '..-���������  Wad Hilhert and Bayers* are ; pre-"  paring- for their boxing contest, and  will have posters, etc., 0ut shortly,  announcing the conditions oi the ������-"o.  This match is sure to attract a  crowd, us every one knows bot.li will  be out  to win.  get a-    yoiuiir    si'iiUeman is cudently  going  into  trainiii",   as   last    evening |  on   Firsi,  .'v\enue he  is credited   with i  ha> nig ghen his opponent 20   yards'J  stall, and although he did nol     win,1  oul,  he came in  a g/iod second.  The I  handicap was giicn o������JJig to tlie fact  that the  olhei  piiucipal in fl.c    race  was a  lady.   ^-^-^  On Sunda*,, July 1st, Thomas l-l.  Kickani and Tamer Elizabeth Rafter  both oi _J..aiil\smith, were joined in  the holy bonds of matrimony, the  ceremony being perfonnod by l.lic Rev  Mr. Schlichler, at thr home of the  bride's parents, LadysmiUi. The  bride was supported by licr sister,  Miss Annie Rafter, while Mr. It. 1 Latter acted us groomsman. Numerous  friends aiwl ic'.atius were present at  the ceremony.  -  ShioKc liig P..  Ciga's  OX   TRIAL   I'".'!.'   TIM'IASON.  | and enjoy yourself - 'I here has  been a big rush on 1 In:in to-day  but our Hues are sii I unbroken  We have every kind and every  size  Ladies' Bathing Cos=  tumes, $2 25 to 2.75  LA UNCI1ING PARTI L*S.  Parties wishing to engage a first-  cllass launch for picnic or excursion  parties at reasonable rates should  apply to II. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may be onpa^oil foi the  evening ;it any time si  Men's Bathing Suits  75c. to $1.25 fach  M���������ifTTMIMT M^l I Till    -..���������*���������f��������� ���������"^" ���������'  Boys & Youths Bathing  Suits, 40 clS. Fach  TIGHTS 5 centi to 25   cents.  NOT1CK.  I have talifi-ii oicr I lie .sc.-iwiigor business Iately"handle.d hy M. Cainphcll  and am prepared to do worlc iu this  line, iu first-class shape. Lea\e orders for heavy team worlc, scavenger  work, etc., iviMi Messrs. lllait it  Adam. Also any complaint regarding scavenger woik will be attended  to if lakl at this place.  ROBERT  CALLANDER.'  Ladysmith,  B.C.  1  i>ave just received a shipment ol  Hills'  High Oracle  ENGLISH TOBACCOS  and  CK-ARE1TFS  at the   DR UG   STORE  We are receiving daily shipments of  Raspberries &  Blackberries.    The  Strawberry  Season   will' be  over  This    Week  Strawberries 11 km 23c  J  ������������.I������W������.-*������������M������..������..������*������������������������..���������������..��������������� ���������������������..#.*  On Monday, despite'all-of 'tfancou-  ".er's preparation, the lacrosse Learn  of that city again went down to .defeat beftorc the Royal City boys, the  score being 9���������a' in ra\or of the latter. As usual, Vancouver supporters  were hard losers, and did not take  their, medicine as if they liked  ut, all.  it  I'ry-a Province Ci^ar.  Tonight Mr. Kirk, proprietor of  the merry-go-round, wi'll hold a little celebration for the children which  is sure to be enjoyed by 'them. At  8:30 Mr. Kirk will hold a riding  contest j0r the children, "the best,  rider receiving a prize of $.2,50. At  nine o'clock, ladies will ride for a  1 I'b-e the winning-lady receiving a  cash prize of $2.50.     The $5,   -which  was    given    hy  Mr.  Haigh     to --the '    .  ,----���������������     ...'  children,    will     he used 'to  purchase !   Lydia���������I'm just   as mad as   I    ca.'>  tickets  for  rides   on  the   machine and   be with Charlie.      He l.issnd me right  will .be    given  to chjLdrcn   then;    t0-   l.el'ore all  the gdids.  night.     Mr.     Kirk  in-ten-ds   to  remain i    Oeorgetfc���������Well,     isn't   Ihat    Ivetter  St- I'eti-rsburj;". .I.il.v Ii.���������Tho trial  of Al. lCi-usknlclV. Pi-i'siilunL of the  exec-uiImj. commit!.���������. of the workmen s' council ami .TJ members of  the woi-kmens' council on the charge  of ii!-ej-i������i:iwg an anneil uprising last  antum began today. The corridors  sui-i'ouiiaitig the couri were packed  with police and g.'iidarmeft. in spite  of which ihe D'.K'nlng ol I lie pro-  leedings -auk iuii-i i-U[i1i*d h.\ Lhe wit  jii'Shcs who were in ii room adjoining  the coiii-l. singiiifi "?dnrsailies" aL  tlie top ul" Iheir \oi.-es. IL was only  with greoi diliiiuli'. that iln-y wore  (jjuieied  niPt'TrW'T  TIIIN'Ci   FIRST.  Mistress (.to -uaui)- Aliarie, when  yo:i haw finished w,i������!iiii������ Toto you  musl lake care lo dry him well. Then  yo-u will brush him down properly,  anJ wrap .him up until he's quite  warm. Then you may go aiwl see  why  hahy   is  crying so."  Walter* &  AkeDhead  a;  A lneetiiig of the Liherals and Conservatives will he held on  THURSDAY  EVENING." JULY' 5th-'   in  the������������������  OPERA   ROUSE,    LADYSMITH  for the purpose of discussing the political  situation and  the mode of conductin the  next campaign for Xew Castle District.  COMMITTKK  i  Get Your-  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������  MODERN   COLLECTOR.  Automobitist (to friend) ��������� This is  my museum. 1 have a magnificent  collection of everything I've run over  This is only one of the rooms. Every time I buy a machine of a new  make 1 start a special room in my  museum   for   it.  ������  HEW YORK WORLD   AND   NEW YORK JOURfiAL  ���������AT-  H DOOR Sit  SIMON   LEISER   &   CO.   LTD.  ���������*���������'     <, ' l'  ^m^wmmm mwmmmmmwg  FRESH SUPPLY OF-  , Veal and Bccff  SZ   WE  HAVE  ON  HAND  SO MR  VERY MCli-  % ROLLEO Cb'^NED BEEF  .. 12  I-2C. LB.    ^  .W������>"|..>.|.������M.������WM..t..l"ll .������������������������������������������������.������.���������  i  I Piofiwr Bofi; Works  j 1st. Avenue, ladysmith^ B. C |  ) tf. E. Mm?. Prop. {  ! MANUFACTURER OF      !  MARVI-'LS   OK  SCMKNCE.  At the horticultural s'.iow, where  lady desires (o sa- the Ialest novelty  An exhibit or' immediately . speaks :  "Hen; you are. madam,- the latest  novelty. A cross hcluern the iris  and the turnip, with llw������- sewit of a  Caniemher'L cheese-, exceedingly tlitTi-  ;:ult   to., produce."  in   the city  some  for two weeks:  time yet,  possibly  Foot-racing seems to he a popular  recreation at present in La.dysmiUi.  Yesterday afternoon on the. Esplan ���������  ado several .sprinters were out, and  some surprising revelation-; made by  men   who,   while not in   the vcrv lu-:;i  Mian if he hail, I.i?  fore   vou?  :*d all   the .jirls be-  nre  Minard's  Lin.iine.nt cures   Cold,  etc  Mrs.   N'ulywed���������A'ou   n'oa.'l   love  any   more���������I   I no\v  you  don'I!  Nulywed���������Mm,     my   dear,   you  inisl-a.l.en.      T adore you.  "No you  rln.ii*I.!    No  iik.hi could love  a, woman  su hadlv dressed as  I   ain."  Minard's   Liiiitiii*.:t:l cures   Diphtheria  Are just the thing for a nice tasty La-isti������������������  Specially Selected and for flavor are.unequalled  [he.'fish are  .VJmTJt^tamMLM-mm  1mmm> www wm^mmmmtm mmmm^  A French lady, happening to see  an organ-grinder's iiuvnkey .heg.ginig  pence in the street in Uie prettiest  possible'/nanner, took a fancy to it,  honght it, and' made a pet of it',  dressing it; in a gaudy and fashiou-  alile costume. -���������:  Cue day the lady was holding ;a  fashionable reception in aid- of some  charity; and in the course r,f the  proceedings a peeress sat rdown at  the piano., and accompanying, herself,  sang with exquisite taste a pretty  song.  As soon as she had finished, the  moiiikcy, which - was focing maile a  great pefc of by the guests, seized a  hat, and, .holding it before, each visitor, as it was wonL to do in its-  organ-grinding1 dajs conimeticed a  collection.  'I'he vocalist laughed.; the mont'ey's  mistress looked vexed; but to the  auiiiseinenL of everybody, tlie creature, completed its round and collcct-  e<l a large sum. Then, the task  mded, if jumped upon the singer';-;  shoulder, and, amid shouts of 'laughjt-  er, dc'|>-*(si(od (he moitey in the lady's  lap. The charity therefore benefited  in an unexpecU'tl manner.  She���������Isn't a railroad wreck a terrible   thing?  lie���������Yes, il. is���������especially when you  happen lo own stock   in   the railroad.  The London county council has  bought a small fragment of land in  Fulharn at the rote of ill,088,000  per acre.  Carbonated Beverages.  Ginger   Beer  Fruit Syrups  P.   O.   Box   248  i  *  t  .'���������������������������.-.������������������,'-���������?.  ������������������������.���������..������������������.���������.��������������������������������������������� .���������..���������.������������������..���������m������..������.������������..9..������..������..������..������..0..������..������.  |A, HOWE i  ^ MEAT   MARKET ^  Brf������ifV* iVj  fssaassRi  ���������  POR������������������ ������  S.    W.    P.    $2.00 Gallon  ELEPHANT $1.75 Gallon  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  Teiiiils Goods  Lac rosso   Sticks  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  -AND-  ��������� Base Ball  Outfits   j  ��������� -    ���������������������������'���������������  J . ��������� WRITE-  *  f J. 5ARNSLEY& CO. j  ��������� VICTORIA, B. C. "i  ��������� ������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1  W. G. Frasef  Mcrch  ]/\...'\  .FIRST   AVENUE. "    -,';     ...  Suits     Made to  Order to Fit an  Satislaction. Call and see Stock  i  I MM ���������������������������*������������������"��������� I ������������������*���������,������.��������� I  1    J  ERS ATIEHTION  We-have' made, arraiu'^meiits  lo ha'-c a launch leave the.  wharf every hour duriuif*; Tliurs  day afternoons and on Sun-  clays after 10 o'clock in the  forenoon fir the (Iroeu, and  shell.beach, where' we h;iv������' established refrcslu iien l booths.  Campers wishing plots tor  l en ling sbjuld apply early, as  Ihc camping season is nearly  here  HRS.   McKINNl-LLLY    HUGH  'ThOKNLKV  FOUNTAIN   PENS  \Ve have just received a shipment of the Famous  LAURENCE     FOUNTAIN      PENS  Each one carries a special guarantee.     Prices from  3" 1.00  up.  __���������^CALL   and   SEE   TI'IGM��������� ������������������  ���������Ml^aiWiH mm���������  B. FORCIMflER  J Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE  LADY^HITH  ������  e  Lamb, Mutton  and   Beef  E. G. PAN NELL  GATACRE ST.        LADYSMITH  ��������� ���������������������������eeeaacooeoaeooettes) ottecttissi  StAttCSIVl  PICTURE  FRAMES  and  latest  Patterns  and  Finishes  in  FRAME MOULDINGS.  -%.-%.-*-*-  PLAQUES.  ���������*.���������*.-���������������-������������������  WALL  PACKETS.     '  -������.���������%������������������%���������.���������%���������  Pictures���������British and  German.  Bevel  Plate Mirrors.  Passe Par ton I, Picture Binding in  all colors. JusL arrived from the  factory in  lhe  East.  -���������������.-������������.-%.������������������.  Picture Fra-niin.g N.uatly done al,  n   KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������e*������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������  Granite and Mai life. Works  ���������  Ciranile anil Marble Monu-.  meuts, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest '-prices consistent  with'first class stock' and  workmanship. '"'Write for  catalogue.  A.   STEWAiRT,  MS Yates St. Victoria  B.C  ������ JftJ mttmSm SSAMJl -*-  Smoke a   Big B Cigar.  iiiiuFyiiaiEy stallion  uBNi;l.KANCE"  (8132 II.   S. B.)  At Johnson's Livery Sl.ab.e every  Tuesday al. noon, nnd will remain  until Wednesday noon, each week.  TERMS���������$15 TO INSURE

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