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Array JUr.12  r^0j  I DUNCAN 5  LADSYfllTHJ  Daily Ledger  XTORiA-^  5 LADYSMITH  |       & DUNCANS |  VOL. 2,  TUESDAY,  JULY  11, 1005  pR.rc3Frv*  SANITARY INSPECTORS  & STREET FOREMAN  The Council Appoint James Cal-  landar, Police  Constable, to  Both Positions  A Committee Is   Appointed tp  Investigate Alleged Sewerage  Nuisance  cm  APPOINTED  At Joint Meeting of Police  * Commissioner* and  Council .  GIVE HIS lift TO mi  I FRIEND  OF RUSSIAN  James Gallendar was Elect  <d ���������There Were Five  : Appli.a loas  granted  At last night's City Council  meeting the   city council decided to  tal^o,    Mi'.    Nicholson stated that as soon  decisive     steps     to have abated the  as   his_    septic tank was erected, he i  sewerage    nuisance alleged to be, ex- ,' thought  ..Mrs.     Stephens would also ���������:" ,""���������.I"*"���������-""*     .-'   '*������������������  1 i : '       "->; v   '.".���������'   '       '     Niclulson,   ��������� Bevercidgb,   Hooker, Mu  ne-pufUMi her property.       ���������-' .  | Inn���������   ���������������������������  Rrvfipn     r  A special joint meeting of thc Polite Commissioners and thc City  Council was held in vthe Council Cham  qerfci ast evening lor the purpose oi  appointing a man to iact in the position of .���������, Police Constable and street  foreman..  Commissioners C'oburn, Blair and  Harpsor. were present and the Council  was    represented     f>y  Aldermen  Heroic Young Engineer Re  ceives Stab Intended  for His Chum  Tragedy  Happened   in  a  Brawl at Mexican  Mines  They Fired Either in the  GERMANY'S  LATEST SCHEME  | lone, and, Bryden.  isting on the Stephen's Block. Jt was  have one  thought Uial the owner of,thc block After ficwHjIdiscussion it wasvde-j There weie in all "fixe applications  , had had the nuisance done away cided upon a, mqtifch by. Aldeiman for the" position, all acconi������anicd by  with some time since, but a com-{ Blair, seconded by Alderman Malone, references fiom well-knotipii gcntlei  plaint from Wv Lunnon stated that" to' ' a'ppoinl'a' committee of three to men of the city Victoria, and En-  it was becoming worse, the smell ar- ' inteiview the.proprietress of Steph- men of this city , AMctoria, and En-  ising froin the matter turned onto' ens Block in reference to the nuisance .The applicdnfs were JVC. Maple-  the properly, being a serious menace J and to^ce thal^some'Steps are-taken t������n> Victoria, Robert Willis, Lady-  to ihe health of people residing m'to have flic'same* abated forthwith.: smith,-' Sampson Gould, Ladysmith,  1lie vicinity of the bltock. Several of j The cpinniit>tce'{; appointed were. James Callender, Ladysmith, and J.  the  Aldermen stated that they  thou- j thc   Mayor,     Aldeiman Rrjden, and"'McLean,  Ladysmith.>. Ballot was ta-  "| ken-and 'Mr.'Callender was elected to  l the- - position,, the vote standing as  follows:  Callender,  ' 5;    McLean, 3;    Willis,  0;    Maplcton, 0;    Gould, 0  The     Council and     Commissioners  ght the " owner of the block had con-j City Clerk .Stewart..  sented to erect a septic lank when' Hills amounting to, $33.25,were or-  ordered to, abate the nuisance a few deied to'be paid if correct,'and" $-12.-  weeks ago. It was explained Ihat _ f>07 Ihe1"" salary of"tiie'police "consta-  she had offered to do so on condition '( bio, was oidered to "be paid to Mr.  that the owner of the adjoining prop-j \V Tlannay, the remain ng $20 being  erty, Alderman Niehoilson, did J ike- kept in tlie--fGTty-?treasiii:y-until such  wise- - It me,   as"   Mr J- ^annay's solicitors  Mr. Nicholson explained Hint he had , should liaye paid over.";to,, the' Council  ordered a septic lank; to he creeled on' Ihe amount    of $20, bailiff fees, held  his property,     but up to the present  by .them.'   -   ���������->S.'- ..     ���������-: 'v   i  -the engineer,  who had tindertalen  to  do the     work hod been unable to get  1-ere from Victoria.   Alderman Nichol  son also requested pei mission of the  Council to    run a surface drain from  his property  to Roberts street until  such     time as he could get thc septic  tank put up.   Upon-a-motion by  Alderman     Bryden, seconded  by Alderman     Bevcridgc, ithis permission was  The . Council .then'adjourned.and a  joint meeting.. of^Police .Commissioners and Coimcil was heldv ajicr which]  a special meeting of t'liCs Coiincil..was  called for the /"purpose ftf appointing  a'Sanitary Inspector! * '' t I  Upon a motion by Alderman N.ch-  son, ^.seconded" by Alderman MalOnef  .1. CallenWerv was appointed lo-the  position.,,    '.*   *,..,_ '; ! .,''  were of the opinio^ that ihe dut'us  of policeman should stand before  those ������of street foreman. ~  ANXIOUS TO  LOAN TO JAPAN  London, July 11,���������Since the bom  they opened this morning the ban's  charged with the issue of the Jap-  aiK������j loan of $150,000,000 have been  rushed with applicants. The indications are that new loans will be  heavily over scribed. , The rush is  even greater than on tbe occasion of  the last  loan.  A KARA AVIF OF  THE Ifith SENTURY  We were surpr sed Saturday, says  the Lomis Parmer Prospector by a  .visit from two typographical tourists  It is our lie'st' timeduring our eight  "year residence up here that a stray  pi'iivt" has struck the camp. This is  far off thc beat of the roamer, and  -besides the fact is the genius antimony slinger is ��������� becoming a rare  bird to be met With anywhere.  Twenty years ago the roving typo  lbokingj "for. work, and not caring  particulailj', for a steady sit was  d.nimon. They would drop, in for a  day's subbing and then flit on their  way just as cheerful aiid contented  Vroke as wjli'en (limb. There- were a  few sped mens known from one coast  to the other such as "California  Dick"      "The   ' Pilgrim,"  and     oth-  CHARGES   [.,,,  AGAINST JUDGE  Albany, N. Y." duly IL���������The state  legislafuic iiv joint session in the assembly chamber this morning actually began sthe hearing of testimony relating to'therc charges made against  Supreme Court i.Justice Warren B.  Hooker, of Fredonia, who is accused  of misconduct/an connection with the  pOst-oiricc-.appointments-.and of. having-..procured..the entry of an improper and - " frauduterit juhgrncht^'fbr the  benefit _pf^;1J!ie.(.ppst-;offi la.t  Dunkirk owned'������������������"' fey" himself and his  state tax -;.!com|kiissi6iver',;V. liester-.  S j ems*;/ To ; .these leharges : Justice  i-Iookcr-has 'entered a general denial,  denying the inference and implication  of imjjrop'er intentions in the alleged  actions'; and that, even if .proved they  do not ; eotistitute jcaijse for his removal, and disputing ythe jurisdiction Tcf tliR; legislature in tlie premises.        -V-..-:--." '..-..���������.,.'': .���������,.:- .���������',:���������.)  THREATENED  BY FIRE  San Jose, Calif., July 11,���������Mountain forest fires are threatening the  Observatory, at Mount Hamilton.  Thc professors at the Cv������rvatoiy  huve telephoned asking the governor  to call out the militia to fight the  lire. The lire is now within" eight  miles of the observatory. I  New York,  July 11,���������A Denver despatch to  thc Herald says.    "Rather than see his chum,, Arnold Lawson  only son of Thomas Lawson, of Boston  killed,   Gilbert Johnston   ol  Den  ver sacrificed    his own life.   Traeody  occuricd on     Wednesday at tjie Tom  Lawson      mine at Vedrique  Mexico,  but  the news has only reached Dcn-  \er.     The manege? of the mine  was  I aying some extra men, among them  -was  Jesus Rocha-   who demanded $.3  mere.    The  manager  lefuscd," angry I  words passed and the two men were)  engaged in a quarrel. Suddenly    thru  Mexican   drew  along   kaiife,.   Lawson  and   Johnson  ran   to   the  manager's  assistance.        The' Mexican aimed    a  blow      at  Rein,  but  Young  Lawsnn  pulled  the   manager'out  of  the  way  The   Mexican   wild   with   rage, ^Iric.l  to .slab Lawson,  Johnson attempted  to      disarm  the  man.     Just  as  lb-1  Mexican's arm  was raised  to  strike  Lawson,   Johnson   attempted  to   get.  hold of    the man's wrist, but missed  and   lli>-'   knife  was  plunged  in'o  bis  hi east.    Rocha was overpowered, dis  armed     and      taken aw y by angry  miners whom its is said lynched him  A doctor     was summoned hut Johnson  died  before he arrived.  Johnson  was  chief  engineer, of the mine.  lie  is    survived   by   a mother  and   tw,o  sisters, all of Denver.  Air or water Never at (Jean Hess Says She {Has Secret  Agreement With Morocco's  'Sultan  For Construction of two   Ports  That  Will Directly Menace  Gibraltar  j the Enemy  Eyewitness Describes  the  Sinking of the Battle  ShjpBorediuo  San    Francisco,   .July   11,���������Dr.   M.  Paris   who  was surgeon  of the  Russian Hospital ship  Oiel  attached   to  the  fleet under the command  of   Admiral "Rojestvcnsky, during 1 he naval  battle of thc Sea of, Japan,  has  arrived ^  here on   his  way   lo  Kiance.  lie is  a Frenchman,  and   with  many  surgeons'"of  that  nationality,   joined  the   Orel al    Toulon,  as  a  delegate  J from the French  R(d  Cross  Society  As   am'  'eye   witness   of   the   battle,  Dr.  Paris saw  the   Battleship   Borodino  and     many others  of thc  Russian., fleet sink.     He  was within   a  'mile ' of  the Borodono  when  she  began  to   sink."    "At   th'K   tunc,"     he  says,���������-in ,the course  of  an   inteiview,  hef guns were filing and   I could see  that   many  shells   she  fnoJ were  going skyward   or info   (he  water    bc-  Hiile   her.- "But. every Japanese shell,  it ���������.secnis_ went right inlo  (lie  vitals  'of. the Borodmo. Then came a heavy  listing   of the  battkslnp and   then  a  tremendous plunge as she went down  by,  the ' head   with  hundreds  of  men  on board    her.   Dr.  Paiis  says  thai  Admiral     Rojestvcnsky   and   his   ofli  ceis--'never seemed  to.. fear death  at  the hands  of   Uie  Japanese although  his  ships    were  very  foul  after  bis  long cruise in 'the  tropic  waters.   o   New York, July 11,���������A Paris despatch to (he Times says, "According- to M. Jean Hess, tbe well  l'-.nown traveller and author of ian ini-  I or i.ant work on Morocco, who is  credited with great personal influence  o\er tbe Sultan, Germany has passed a secret agreement with the  Sul(an for the construction of two  ports on Ihe Mediterranean coast,  which will directly menace 0inii.il-  tai. The iiitern.ii.io'ial conierence,  I less pays, will he iv ai^r.^'nent  between the rSnl'an *' -'ii'iiipy.,  be very brief u'd '��������� > ml ~ n . n rg  moie than a \.o:\ inriMinn k the  Sultan's political and ���������>-Mnr' oil in  dependence  and   tlu     .    ,'hy   i    Lis  -e-  a.  As soon  as  ibis rei.iit ,s      Iicved  Empire.  (he'Sultan in the exercise of his  pendence will grant to Oc'i-wj;  subsidized by ihe German -tale, a  concession for the consi ruction of  the two ports in,question and the ,  poweis will (hen be unable to offer  any opposition being 'bound by ac-j-  quiescence in the decisions of the  conference. Hess ' thinks however,  that the t'car of provoking an Europ  ean war which inevitably would re  suit in the conquest and partition of  his own empiie, may m the ^entl prevent the Sultan from sinking this  dangeious baigain  with  Gcimany.  CANADIAINS  SUCCESFUL  FRANCO-GERMAN  AGREEMENT  PREFECT  of police    ;  ASSASSINATED  CHICAGO WINS  AT WHIST  PRINCE CHARLES  OFFERED THE  THPONE  LORD GIiEY'3 GUTI^G. :  Quebec, July 10.���������Lord arid Lady  ���������Grey and family left at fdurNo'c-lock  this .evening ."on ' a special train over  the Intercolonial' for St. Thomas,  Monlgiimy,! whore they go as guests  of Senator' Ghdquottc, principally for  thc purpose'of"enabling them-'tb' observe   French-Canadian   life 'in-_a    dis-  ers just as        familiar, whose names t  escape us but who have dumped  their '.illct.  ._'entirely   _propled    by    French  last stick ai.d passed out oT memory. Canadians.  Rarely     were  those     artists turned  from  an  office without work,  or con-  London, July 11, ���������The Associated  Press is in a oosition tovconyrm the  .report that an oiler for the Norwegian throne has been made to King  Edward's' son-in-law,  Prince Charles  of Denmark. The matter. is still under? cohsideration. ��������� It is understood  that King Edward and the British  government are favorable to the project brat niuch depends on King Oscar's attitude on the subject. Prince  Charles' mother was. a daughter of  the late King of Sweden .  AGED INDIAN WOMAN MURDERED  Rrantford,. Out., Fuly 11 .���������Betsy  Jacobs, an Indian woman aged forty  years, was assaulted and murdered  yesterday by Joe Bennett, another  Indian with whom she was intimate,  the affair caus ng a freir/.y of excitement among! Indians ol the Reserve.  Many of them     are now hunting  the  /  Moscow, July 11,���������Major General  Count Shuvalofl, pel feet of police  here and formerly attached to tlv  ministry of "the interior was assassin  alcd this morning while receiving  petitions. One of the petitioners  dicw a revolver and fired three tiir.el  at  the  Peifect who fell dead.  The assassin was arrested.  The    assassin^, who ������as" dressed as  a peasant,  has     not been identified  He w,vi recently ai rested as-a polit .  ieal suspect but escaped from the police station  before bis examination.  The assassin waited in tbe anteroom ,cif the Prefecture (ill other pe-;  titioricrs had been received and then"!  entering' the audience room" he advanced '. towards Count Shucaloft, bring five shots at cl,'-se range. The  bullets passed through thc body of  the Prefect. ���������  _���������"��������� ��������� o   Cardiff,   July111.���������An cxplos oil oc-  Chicago, July,. ,11,���������Chicago has:)  captined the silver shield Uophy pre  suited by tlie" Brooklyn Whist Clun,  play for which ���������/-was the opening  feature of the congicss of I he American Whst "League^ now in session  .bote. ^The twelve teams represcni-  in������ '.the Chicago Nor Hi western" ami  New 'York- Whist Clubs.- participated  The Chicago team won by half a  minute.  cur red today at tbe Water town colliery, Rhondd'aliiiil, while eighteen  men were in the pit. Communication  with tliein has been cut off.-.'..  woods in trace of the murderer  made a successful escape  who  tributions     enough for a stake, more  DANTCES    20  J'o'co,   Mont.,  HOURS  Julv- *>-  AND    DIES.  -Kootie   Dor-  than'that they     little clarcd for, ���������Oncisofi-  ������110  of   tl,G  best  known     of the  of the boys pasting; through town  worked for the writer eighteen  years ago, evidence that he is a patriarch of the art! preservative. But  the days of the obi time print arc  ���������about numbered. The machine has  relegated him to tho rear. The case  and the.stick, the slugs, the ailey,  the' takes, and the duprs of the old i  composing- room have nassrd away to I  make room for that marvelous piece'  of mechanism, where one man operat-  ing it. with ease does ni|.ra( work than  half a dozen or more old compositors could accomplish, no waiter how  nimble their fingers. Those.-old prints  had their faults, thoir weaknesses of  tbe craft, but there is a fellowship  among tbcm Ibnl is present in few  crafts, and in point of JiitcllifAned  and general     knowledge they bad no  braves of -tho allied ���������������������������tribes' of the Flathead Indians, is dead as the result of  twenty hours' 'continuous dancing in  an effort .to win the-prize-fpr tho best  dancer at a monsier pow-wow being  hald by the. five tribes oil the reseiv  vat ion.  rioiS'.io.'s '"trajyin death is believed to  liave. Iieen djrectly duo to tlic applause'  of a number of Indian maidens and"  some while persons at the. dance. WhW  i(, was seen thai Dorsoe was staggering-, an elfort was made 'to indiiee  him ��������� to .stop, but .the .Indian, girls  would not refrain from singing his  praises iind 'tbe squaws- would "not desist from heating the torn.tains, which  seemed to a'walyn a savage fury in  Ihe   dancer."  'I'uenly hours of dancing finished tho  Indian, however, and he fimiily made  bis   way  to   Ihe' river bank)   where- he  equals      in  any walk in life    It is  to' sunk   in  a  heap"-and  died.      Instances  be regretted that tbe species is becoming extin'.t, but it is the inexorable law of progress.  have been known where the Flatheads  have danced continuously for thirty-  sis:  hours,-.   -������������������-   .:���������- ..-,���������  DOMINION CRUISER  CA'NADA,    SAILS  Halifax,, July 1|U���������Captain Knowl-  IVIn, of.the Dominion Cruiser^ (-ana-  da, has engaged the crew of the steamer Salerno, which was wrecked a  few days ago, while entering the harbor, to take the ipl.aces of bis iiuiti-  nd'us crew. Tbe Canada has sailed  tointerccpt the Allan Liner, Virginian, with' mails, and land them at  Sydney Tor fast run to Montreal.  BOMBARD  AND TAKE  CAPE  NOTO  MAN MEETS WITH MYSTERIOUS   ACCIDENT  Rrantford, Ont., July 11.���������Jerry  Dunn, proprietor ������( the Imperial Hotel here was out driving Sunday eve- j  ning with his family. He returned  and left family at home and wo:i^ to  take the. rig back to the livery. That  is the last that can l:e learned of his  actions until eleven o'clock Sunday  night," when  be was brought home in  Tokio, July 11.���������The Navy Department lias received the following report from Admiral Katka' Two  cruisers and four torpedo iioats left  Karasahooisli - on July 10 with,soldiers on board . for the purpose of  landing and occupying Cape'Noto.:  After some bombardment' the place  was" taken. The light house, and  buildings were left uudestroyed. Four:  prisoners were, taken.  Tokio, .Inly II,���������The following- report has been received from the-Jap--  iinese  army headquarters-on  Sakhalin;  "Our army without much resistance  ied Karsavarsk early on July .$���������.  burned the town and r. -  tired to positions eight miles north,  where lliny resumed resistance  dislodged them and are now in  "At 11 a.m. on duly 8, the enemy  had retreated to a point 22 miles to  the north of, Korsavovsk. We captured two 12 centimeter guns, two Impounders, and also an' .-unmount of  ammunition. Wo suffered no losses"   o ���������  COTTON LEAK  INVESTIGATION  Washington, -:-D. C, July IL���������Un  less there are new deiclopmcnts in  Connection with the Cotton leak investigation Secretary V\ i'isou 'Said  tonight he proposed to stai.-.I on the  repoit of the Seciet Service officers  but he expected, however, ibjib'the  i:*\obligation would give rise to various rumors and stories of irregularities in connection witili the depart-'  incut's ,repoits on oIIicl  produce.  Bisley, Sidy IL���������At the Nuti. Hial  Comenlion lliilemi'ii.' Asocial ion  meeting now in pi ogress here, Staff  Serge.inl Men", Canadian, in the  Gregoi competition!, (seven shots at  2(Yi yards,) made u ^ highest possible score and then made twelve con-  sceiithc bulls and one innir. Twenty  eonsi'i'utne bulls eyes are ncces-.;;uy  lo heal; him.  Montreal, Quebec, .July .11.���������A  Bi.sley cablo today .sins Cajitain  Foi rest, X Vicloiia scoud 32 out  of a pof-sibh* .b") at the range of 200  van's and 33 out of apossil,le.'ir> at  fiOtl yards in the Association cup. In  the Gregory match at 200 yards Sta,ii  Sergeant Kerr of thc Grenadiers.  Toronto, scored 7 bulls and in a tie  in  the same match made 12 bulls.  .WS5Jjt������.  Heilin, Onl., ' July 11.���������Glanders  has br.Jken out among the horses in  this locality. Ottawa veterinary  authorities.' are investigating.  Winnipeg, Man.,(July 11.��������� A Toronto firm has received a contract  to erect $75,000 water works reservoir here.  ,i'-r :���������O   MARTIAL  LAW AT  TIFFLIS  St Petersburg, Jul 11���������Martial  law has keen iioCilainied in the town  and  district  of  Tilli-s,   Caucasus,  Tifiis, Caucausia, -July 11.���������Thc  streets and squares are occupied bj  troops but tbe city bus been cM'el  since the proclamation of martini  law. The official' gazelle has. resumed  publioation.  Hatouin, Caucausia, July 11.���������  Hiisincss here is at a stands! 11.  Shops and banks., with the exception  of the Imperial Bank, are closed.  +  BRISTOW  REPORTS  OM  '. PANAMA  i'AN A'  Washington,   B.C..  Jul>    III���������The  re  jiort  of  Josopb   I'.rislow,   v. ho  wa<   np-  oeeup  T1k>  enemy  CAN GET A SKATE ON  AT VANCOUVER  I )..int.ed   a   speiial   I'oni'i.is.si" rer    u.   ><���������  Here is     something  of interest to,1 VL,st;s,l(e  co���������diiions  and   other    ma.  Vancouver people on a hot day, with j je���������fl   alycctins?   tU<3   pBlumi!l     railroad  the thermometer at 80 in  the shade,  nm,   iu  Coll^any,   was   made     public  says  the Province. 'lo-dav.  An indoor ice skating rink will be; The. report discusses the polivy which  in full swing next winter if the plans should be pursued by the. covcrnmnnt  of thc men wh>n are behind it do not' j��������� t\w management, and"makes a nuni-  go awry. A company has been form- u,.r C)f important, recommendations,  ed to acquire property somewhere in Among- these are the continuance of  the East End. The companyt lias al- \ the railroad as a commercial line with  ready heen organized, and $-51,t)ll0 of improved faciliiios for haiulling com-  Welhe necessary capital already sub- ' miwo  -.m-siut-i scribeil.   The.     whole     project is an  Sipuilmi, Maiiclniiia, July 11 ���������  The news of the mutiny in the Black  Sea, reached the Russians through  Japanese who fired .night shells, ihat  were charged with prodama'tions con  veying the information into the Russian    advance     posts,  scattering the.  haths.  Tt is pbinni'il  ambitious one,. but. .the organizers  seem to have faith in (heir scheme.  The skating rink will be 50 by 200  feet. A wharf will be built iu front  of the site for f.hc cold storage purposes. A cold-storage plant, will also he erected. An ice factory with a  capacity of 70 Ions a day will he part  of the plan! : nd this caiacity will  hove a factor <.f iiicie.s? to ;ii'.l bins  will l.e ]iut in, and the o.-ha.ust  move. Three UlO-horse-power boilers  steam from these will be used to  heat the salt water in the swini.ming  an unconscious cond-iti'oto.   He is sup-1 pron]amations    broadcast.     Rain     is  posed     to have    been thrown put of   falling  at the  front and all  aefiy'it-  the rig by his    horse running away,   ies nave ceaSed,  or-having met wjth foul play. ^  hat- work will .start  mioii the different buildings and  pi ants ..on. September 1,  incliidiiijj double tracks, mhI  reequipping ihe line with modern  rolling- stock, Ihe enlargement of its  facilities, the retention of ihe steamship line between Xew York and Colon, and the cancellation of the contracts with the Pacific Mail Steamship Co., and tie' South American  lines, and the oponiiiT of the ports of  Colom aii:l Panama lo all steamship  lines on e.|iiai terms, and in certain  coniiiiq-i"neies the estahlishiin.'iit by the  railroad of steamship lines between  Colon and the dull' ports, and Panama and important United States  Pacific  coast   ports.  Tt is also rccomnmd.xl thai in traffic conditions American steamship lines  he favored as far as eon-dsient with  the treaty obligations of the United  States,,  Paris. July 11,���������Piemier Rouvirr,  oiibmittcd to the Chamber of Deputies today the notes exchanged Iw-  luoen him and Prince Von Radolin,  constituting Franco-German agreement  relative  lo Morocco. 4  M. Ron vi or followed the reading-" o^^^s\  the note with a detailed explanatioa'^'^te-"-  of thc negotiations. He declared that  the understanding- was reached' between Germany and France was formed upon the essential priniiples. fully rccoiini/inor (he specitd interests of  France.     ITe added.  "The accord thus realized leaves in-  lact ihe airanuc'iients France had pre-  \ loiisly concluded wilb other povsers.  At no moment did the. discussion turn  upon the Anglo-l-'ronch aorcement or  .the Pinneo-Spanish ayreoment. The  declarations made in the notes and  the formal assurances from representatives 'd tbe I'li'rmaii .government permit mo to nllirni that Germany does  not ''question, our accords with Great  Britain and Spain. The chamber ean  felicitate itself'upon the happy result  of the negotiations between France  md Germany thanks tcv the. sincere ef-  ���������oi'ts of ,the govoininentK.''  M. Rouvier's statement was rapturously applauded mi both sides of the  cbntnl) r. Tbe. ncveetnont brings a  lei'p sense of relief to the entire coun-  iry fur many -weeks of tension. Germany's contention for a conference receives tlii! final adherence of France,  but Premier Itouvier has secured the  side guards which lie insisted at the  r>ri'li:iiinar,v conference with. Prince  llndolin, were iidospcnsible. Thc most  important of tbeso safeguards is that  the conference shall not convey any  pr.'indiii. lo ihe Alii;-lo-Frcnch or to  :1||   l-'raiK'n Spiudsh   I'lltentes.  While i.ierniani" dues not specilically  .i .-..'lit lo II-. se acrroomenls she for-  inully   withholds  dissent.  ACCEPTS^  CONTRACT  Caracas, Venezuela., July 11,���������The  Venezuelan Congress has accepted the  lonlracl signed in London, June 7,  by the representatives of Venezuela  and of the Discoiilo-Gesscllsilhaf, representing the German bondholders,  and Hie council of foreign bond hold  ers representing the British. Bondholders for the settlement of outstanding obligations of Venezuela.   ,...,.IIIII..IIW       I     !���������������������������.  '- "   '     " II    ...������  I.MI  Mr. Bristow spoilt, several months on  the. Isthmus in his investigation. His  reports revie.v the entire history of  the railroad and discusses ihe allegations thai its local freight and passenger charges were excessive and its  trallic contracts with steamship lines  monopolistic.  The report was made to Secretary  Tafl, who transmitted it to the president with a letter commending it's  thoroughness. ,  * :*!  Iff BAfLY LE06ER  Publisned   every  day except Sunday.  S^       THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  Ofhccs,   Ladysmith and Duncans  mi mm Mill  Ml  t'  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  SO  cents   a  month,    $5  per  year   in  advance.     Advertising- rates on ap  plication.  'IT l-'SO \\~,   .11 LY   11,  ltilj  iU  Sunti.i^o de Oui a. -liils 10.���������.Iu!iaii  C'eiiJi'iia. a ���������(������������������il'b.N nan vcr .in 1 agent  t,l i lie W.ud Sleaniship bine, whik  iimiiiii with bin famiiv ln-*t mght at  hi-, hoiiii- aiio-1. the lun . ������iV ait ticket hy iit.lil i.jiidiisi. who covereil the  inemlji'ls nf the family with (irenim������  sii d"   MJ.ui hi <l   the   limine.  Ihe IkukIiI- pi evented u wiilleti de-  IPand fur .^i).<!!!<>. and soi/cd Mr. Ocn-  il tia u- ,1 lui-.taLie uniil the amount  - lotild be paid. Aftei parleuno, .Mi.  I .'ii.lei i.i   ayiei'cl     to   pay  S'20,000   and  !>K- I III idiis .V I1, i ! ."l ������~IS a . i l . .  ,\h. Ci'iideriu 'ame to the city and  vrfined lb' mi>no\. whidi he tinned  dii-i to the bandit-, at a n>nde/vour  on   the  IU\.  ���������\iCoidiiii, lo leporK ibo bandit*  aie all l-fai-uuls and dc-poiMie thai-  Intel's. One of tlii in Ins been ieci>_>  lii/nl lis a boatman wl > w<.ib Ici'iier-  Iv i.i \l������M'<l in ile *\u . .it :ii\:.gi oi,  Ailiniinl   Cineta's   i,.i 11. -U.'.-  Mr. C'etnleiia has .l.'ma ;.l"l tin-  pmldliiiM oi th'-" ('ilium gold mucin  as well as lli'it of ihe Amcncan ion  Mil.    His famih  n-  piosl i.itcd.  Lord Roberts Declares thai  it Was Inadequately  Trained  London. '.July 11���������Fit Id Marshall  Itobei ts created a ki'iisalion in the  house of Lords this oveniny win n in  a I. ng-tliy jnd well considered speech  .a- deliberately c^pre^ed his opinion  ..s a piwticul soldier that the mill  uiiv lone of Cieat Britain wus. in-  ,de plate,   in.perftetl\    trained,  and   to-  IMl WfiM l������f ������-.liS������k d-lf.'fcf**ilt:i U* Ml.  ain buln^ t'pody to defffid. h.er eastern  pohsessiQus. yjjd ������t thc same time  take port in any affair nearer home  either of whieh necessitated the placing in the field of an army as large  and as efficient a* that of any European country, all of which might be  ifoarded as nations in arms.  Lord Roberts appealed to the roun-  tiy t o awabo to it* danger and to  take care of the army as a great is-  si.e on which the existence of Great  I'litain  deluded.  .The clkcubsion of the motion continued for some time, the spcalceis  complimenting l.oid Roberts for the  stand he had taken. Lord I.ansdownc  the foreign minister defended Premier  Balfour. He said that Balfour never  Maintained that the defenses of the  country depended solely on the navy.  I'll" co'nmihM'on on defence had taken  cicry   precaution    into    consideration.  LADYSMITH AERIE  NO. Ml, W.  ���������i, i  i-  Jly  iml'l   to  -ij hold Cie.u  Uiitain as   .,mj would,  le hor-od,  be aHe  to wnrl  ,i I r,t el   ss  |.ow< i.  lord      IJolmts     ilid   not   blame     the  ��������� ii-. ei-'iiiifiit   wluili   wa1-  actuated   b\   a  out  the  pio'olein  to  ihe satisfaction of  p\ evy one.  The  Government decided  not  to  op-  uai'u nal  iM'!m.s,  but  be scathingly  at-   ,,OWJ   the   motion  of  the  Earl  of  Wey  a'itumi'Ticii sricriir..  Mii.nipea,     .lulv   In  leijianl    nniiu'd     Mc\.  templod   it u i.le  on   u  -A   Kioieb    mi  .   Aiiflerso i      at-  ihe    Limited      at  I). \.ln     Ill's     nun nine,   ^aslune      I.i  throat   so   badly     that     the   wii tl.'-i. ������������������  was   i.enih'   seieied     llefoic   doinp   s.  he   ib'iw   his   poi bi'tbnoU  eonlfiinm"   :  flr.-ff   foi   snt)i)  out  oi   tbe  window   mid  it   |\.n   ii"!   > ��������������������������� t    liren   i.'Co\riP.l.  Mulieal aid was gum at once and  lb. n.nn vsfl* brought io llu gcncr-i1  hospital lu'ie for tieatn.ent He is  ar Minpaiii-d by his wile mid one  ehil.l.  uic'.ed   thc  [.eojile  oi   Kngland,  vihoiii,  h������ said showed no national feolino  to-  uarils the military  until danger arose  . The   -sp< ech   was   made  in  connection  nth      the   motion   introduced   lij    the  'ail of Wevmess and iMaich, C'oii-.w\a-  tivp.     traversing       Premier     Balfour's  .litemi'iil   rcjyaiding   the  impossibility  .1   the  imasion   of  Gieat,  Biilain,   an'r  i'.ii^   the necessity of keeping up snf-  ciont  land  Tones   to  repel  nn\   possible i nvasion. '  1 oid  l������o'.,etts ������ai<l   the lesson    of the  souih     Uiicnn   wai    had   bc'ii   foii;ot-  en and  the .irnud ion-is of (Jieal   P.u-  lain   were  now   as   unpivpa������%'<l  foi   wai  is     \. hen   the   Soutii     African   tioubl.'  i.i' e out.  I'e   dedaicd   emidialieally   that     the  lioi.-e   lay      between      consci iptioll     of  ^ .in-'     practical     system     of  univeisal  ti'Mn'ne, and  that  only hy such mean-  -,o  Id   it   be   possible   for   Great   Brit  in   lo   possess  armed     fortes  organis'-  d   ,mi.I   t���������.lined   to   meet   ihe demands.  j|   the    Cmpiie   in   ihe   e\ent   of   wal  [lis   I o.dsliip  cnifl   that   any  disnis  i'H,  of  the military  position  r������f Great  'nt.iin   within   Ihe  limits of    the  nip  io,i  jropi.st.il by ibe   Pari of We\ mc-Ss  nl   M.iiib,   would  be entirely  unav.iil  t' I. .     lb'   countrv   bad   (n   deal   with  f|U.-o(irn   of    inlinitrly   p-ieali-r   iin-  i .'llanci ���������tho rmeslion of life or  df-\(h  of the Em pi i e.  mej,s    and    March    which was passed  without  division.  Continued on p Re three!  Covering Old Surfaces  We have Just received a large shipment of the famous Melrose Liquid  Paints, the best on the market at  $1.75 per gallon. We also handle Maple Leaf brand of varnishes, buggy  paints, etc., in fact we have everything to beautify the home,  Wallpapers    from 10c to  $1.00 pet'  Double Roll.  i  Painting and paperhanging done at  reasonable rates, at  HARRY   KAY  FIRST AVENUE  ^  Eequimalt & Nanaimo Railway   j  O. E. :���������: :���������: :~: ~: :-J  Meets In tke Opera Houw^lstJaai.  4rd Tuesday ������t 7.30 p.m. Worthy  President, B Forcimraer; Worthy  Secretary. C H. Buounin������;������r :  sf\      ST<      /Iv     sT\      Jf\     sT\      /T\      / f  Xr  Tlv    7f\  ) DAY SCHOOL.  UHual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in, pencil and cray^;  ons, paint rig in nils' and water enl-  ors, pianoforte and vocal lessons ni������-  en in classes nr individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  [.adyamith. B   C.  Grand Celebration  AT CUMBERLAND  Orangeman's Day, Wed., July 12  ��������� 1  +���������!���������+ ���������!��������� 4 ���������!��������� ��������� ���������!��������� ��������������� ������!������������������������!������������������   r>������alersla   Pianos and  Organs..  Laly jirltb.  HOTEL DOMINION  .    ���������BateB fl.25 ard$1.60���������     .  Free bm to all steamboat landing" and  railway depots.   Electric cart- *v������i> :'v������  minutes to all parti of   the ci<>.   lia>  and table unexcelled.  "���������     F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, C  Under New Managment  Hotel WHsbh  Nanlatiiio, B. C  McKinnell &Woodbank I  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly First "Clais.  Commercial Mens' headqnartors.  Fire Proof'   Building.  A fine assortment of Pictuie Post-  j cards at  Knight's Bookstore.  , V<- ^'���������k'^^������,������%''s. ->>*V.  Nev.lv fitted up and  Furnished  Good tablts a:id good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL  ANGELOTATF, PROP.  Boaid at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  >r&]p  FOP     '  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood 2nd Bark for Sate  BUOOIKS   FOR  IITR1-: ,:������������������  :������������������  See J.  Kl-JMP,  or leave or.lers      at  Leigti's Transfer Stables  'PHONE 6-0.  ^_ . Publishes,-the    fullest    ^slcgrr^piUc ,  "JC / news  from all pai to of  rbe  vorld.  C J X. All the stat* and loeal a*w<:     Oall;  1,     , and Sunday edition, 7bc jscr !uanih  J P������������*-!atdH|������icer, 40 ta "vi i &^es  The largest and most complete Sun  day paper north of San^Franolaoo  Speolal; departments of literature,  fashion; ot women's' news, Sunday edltioia/$2.00 per yea*.  1 Week r*wr������:nteU!jenc������r  Seattle's Great  Papers  mB  D4ILT  SUNDAY  TWICEAWBEft  THE JONES HOTEL  ;  One Dollar Per Day.  Gooo: Table, Good Bed asid <*������ad Bna  (HaH Block Irsm De������*t-)  GAT ACRE  STREET-  -Ladysmith.  A special train will leave Ladysmith at 5.15 p. m., on Tuesday, July  11., for Nanarimo, connecting therewith the Steamer "City of Nanai-  nio4"; Returning, steamer sails from Union Bayl for Nanaimo at 11.00 p.  n������., Wednesday. July 12. -������^  ���������    "1 '     ; GEO. L. COURTNEY.  1 ,' Disl. Freight &. Pass.  Agt.  <*^*n*^w^*>*ss^v������f*a<*** ftfe������ia^fe������,-fe������>i^fe������*^^������'<^>*������  THfe TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER OKI'S.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  1  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  I  vi 5  mo ii cast  Be sure your ticket reails  via  I  Overlands  Daily  i  S CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  *        GiReral Manager.  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.^ |  .-���������,���������:.j' >���������  ' - W. SILER.  gehebal express and  Seetvery  W������RK PROMPTLY tH**"*.  . .. -i      .  LenTS srders at the Abbotoford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARI0RS  ���������      HIGH STREET.  :_:_: Best in the City :���������:���������J  1 lij-Vi  ������nV  7WTT?  ftXTSS |a.o������ p������n OAY  6AM>t<n nooaca.  BAR SUPPUKD WITH SBBl  WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  BfilOtSFORD HOTEL  J'.-1 '...v^.'J  Bsst seeomodation In town.   Splendid bunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRlE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.  ��������� ,'f    - 'a-  FTRST  AVENUE  *mumm*m  Any  TH6 CITY MRRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B. C.  ������3  lie Notice  ���������s  t  I  lf-5  JT  Attbiilion ib" eallcd to the      fact that the  Ogilvie Flour flilis Co.,   Limited,  makers   of  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD    [-'LOUR      have lor some time'���������'-  past beer, proihicing flour in a   vaslly'  improved   and   purified   form  bj   the aid  olKLECTRIClTV  and  having secured control  of   all Uie basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the   public   that  any   unauthorized  users'of .the electrioal    Hour  purifying  piocesses   will  be prosecuted.  Ogilvio Flowr Mills Compat^y limited  re  tii9  only     axillersia Canada whose :Tlour 'V*  purified by tho electric pi*ocsss  of  Job  Done Promptly and  At  This   Hotel   ha*    been  completely  iJoanl  and  lodging $1.00  per day.  renovated.  i i     "  PRETORIA  Supplied   with   the   Best    Wines,  l.iqiior-j and  f.'igars. 1st Avenue  : Ladysmith B.C.  A lit?  ������**  erts%  ^'C/  apket  X Prop  THE  HILBERT  HENKVS NURSiMS  NEW CROP-  Home Grown Ac  Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     a������<l FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  .HODODENDRONS,  ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going; East  "V.  fee sure your tickets read   via  CHEAP EXCURSION RATES, lo  ALL points east, June 29, 30, July  5th.  Shortest     route to    Feinie, B. Cj  and ALL KOOTKNAY POINTS.    .  ���������For rates,     folders,     s.eepinj car  reservations and ������11 information caU  on or address j  S. G. YKRKES,      E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., 7i Gevcrament st  Seattle, Wash, Victoria, I.C.  Thai  the  I'M  KJftmfM  I  The  obIj   line now  making    UNION  PEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL  and     MINNEAPOLIS    with       the  through    trains    from    the     Pacific  Coast.  ''������������������THE'    SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,  THE   LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST-TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,'    KANSAS  CITY,  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information  ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  Geaeifel "Agent,  r(20 2nd Ave., Seattle.  $  F ricB Young  BARR1STOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO, LADYSMITH  TICKET   OFFICE  Cor.   Government  Victoria, B. C-  and  Yates Sts.  3  Trains  Transcontinenta'  Trains Daily  LlSfERY, BOARDING AND  SALES STABLES  ' EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  ������ PHONE 66  *  . *  *  ���������  i  LADYSMITH *.  w  WM.'MUNSIE, President J. W.  COBURN, Maa.  Direstsc  1 Telephonel4C.  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND LADY SMITH���������Shingles a" Specialty.  ; ���������Mannfactureri    ol���������  Rough and Orsssed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Moulding*, Etc., of the Best Quality.  1 ,.     ������������������ 1  and  Kiln Dried Flooxing     and Finishing    Lnmber in   Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  pi? COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B  E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manatee  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THk FOLLOVyiNQ RATES iy.  .':'-,  $S''and under......     3 cents :   ,  Over $5 and not exceeding $10......    6 cents  .":  $19        " " $30......   10 cents  '-.'>���������- ";   $3S        "       '���������'" $50......   IS cents  Those Orders are Payable at Par at any office in C nada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point:;   n the United States.  MEGOT1ABLZ AT A FIXKD HATE A  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC   . LONDON  ENG.  They form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of money  with safety and at small  :ost.  LADVPVJTH BRANCH  W.  A.  CORNWALL.   Manager.  One of which is  the famous "North  Coa^t Limited,"   Ride on it always.  Up-to-date     Pullman    and     Tourist  sleepers on all trains. Through tickets issued'to all paints  East      and  South,  also  Pullman tickets issued  and berths reserved.  ,   Only  direct  route  to  Yellowstone  Park.    Cheap rates  from all points  Easti frojn March 1st to IVfaiy 16to.  :  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Very low rates  now in effect.. Cabin accoininodatioa  reserved by wire.  For further particulars call at the  oin or phone No.  456  A. D' CAKLTON, C. E. LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,      . General Agent  Portland, Ore. Victoria, B.C  BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and staking to order   a  specialitjr.  THOriAS MCEWAN  1st AT������nue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  Best accenimsdatioa for transient  and permasest boarders and ledgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hetel has been comfortably furnished ant the bur is up-to-  date. Rates $1.M a day and upwards.  ; ,  WM. HBYBRIDOE, Prop.  Efenlamada fc������i :*������; :������*��������� *������J Lndyamitlt  | LADYSMITH BAKBRY  HOP LEE <fe CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY,  BAKED  AND FRESH.  Confectionary of all kisss.  Orders.taken for Pastries to bs *e-|  livexed at any time.  Employment Ageney.  HAY. GRAIN AN!)  fARM PRODUCE'  Orders   will  be  delivered  anywhere  ia the city promptly and at the lew*'  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Cbristio's, on tUs  Bsplaaade. ,.  JASX .WARNO������K4  U.-l &A1LY34&&&BK  vmm^m  niiriiTi-  Plana, Spocificatioiw and De- **  tail* furniskaift foe all kindi ������������������  of work ia the CARPENTER ������������������  Line *���������  C.  B.  ROBELEE,  Carpenter   '  i&mmmSjgBMm  ���������������������������,���������������MMIjiiM  atMi  ���������('<���������  9*9  AND  and Joiner,  smith, B. C.  2nd ������ve, Lady-  NOT1CE.  . Parsou fauad usiaej our Patent  Battle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  Ladysmith. B.C.  a  Its  Great ��������� Resources  ii  GALEDOMAN"  No pact of British Columbia today offers so many/aflvaotagss to the  toVestor as dot* VANCOUVER  ISL AND.*     \  ���������   ~  ;    ^   '   ~J'  i ���������. '   ?  ���������  '   ' - "        ' .,K  i ' -   .'   "  ,        '' >    ,  Its vast and varied natural wealth has never been; as yet thoroughly  -��������� * ' ti*  , . appreciated by reason of the fact that it has never been'promptly laid,  y ���������"���������'"       ' , . . ~        .  .> -.. jv  before the public. ��������� _  -f?'  COAL  TIMBER  PISH  GAME  GOLD ;  SILVER  IRON  COPPER  Its Vast Agricultural Resources  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY  i , ' *'  R. P. RITHET,  &. Co., Ltd  Pacific Coast   Agency!   -  VICTORIA, :���������: :���������: r-j ._: :-B.C.  Its land, when properly cleared,   wi  soil known to man,  WHEAT  11 grow al"103* anv product of the  OATS  RYE  VEGETABLES  OF  ALL   KINDS.  APPLES.  . i ^��������� .       ��������� ��������� PRUNES  PEARS  FRUITS - 'AND     BERRIES.  A WONDERFUL SOIL FOR SMALL  The Canadian Pacific Company will  adoptTa U|*ral  land .policy,   and  1>,00,000 acres controlled     "by    them will be disposed of on reason-  ble terms to actual settlers.  tha  -   Qovwntnest lands can he secured    and     money can be made by those  t  who desire a new home in a country   possessing the  BEST CLIMATE  In the World  THE DAILY LEDGER, Ladysmi th, will  supply  any   information  ob-  tVJtmble to  those  who contemplate  a visit with a view of  investment ii  ���������������������������ditioBB arc Jound as advised.  la the centre of, the great" coal m ining    district;     a n^autiful Harbor,  where hundreds of great colliers come  in each year.  LADYSMITH  IT  IS THE JUNCTION OF THE      LINE    FROM    VICTORIA  TO  VANCOUVER, and will continue to   grow in importance as the Island is  developed.  TJSSSESSa*"  ������������������ .o--  Subseribe for and read THE DAILY LEDGER, LADYSMITH, B. C.<  The New Western Hotel  Oood rooms,     good beds, and  good board.  Our Bar is newly fittedup and well supplied and is in charge of  JOS. PELLIQRINELLI  FOR DISPOSAL OP MINERALS.  ON DOMINION LANDS IN MAN  ITOBA THE NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lande may-be purchased  at Sit par a������re> for toft coal and (20  far anthracite! Not more than 320  acres ������an be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of tan aanta per ton of 2,000 pounds  thall be.collttctad on the giou output. '  _.' '���������  Qwartz���������Peraone of eighteen years  aad over and joist stock companies  holding frat.Biiiiera' certlfioatea may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A fret nn_������ 't certificate is granted  for one or -more yean, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advance  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according  to capital.  A  free     miner,  having discovered  mineral in place, may locate & claim  1,500x1,500 feat by marking out the  aama with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each 'end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim sbull be recorded within  fifteen    days if located within    ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, ons,  additional  day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction.   The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least (100 must be expended  on the claim each year or paid to  tha milling re������o������:der in lieu thereof.  When (500 has bees expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase thf land  at (1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of     the Interior to  lor ate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  Tbe patent lor a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2������ per cent, of thc sales  of the ptoducta .of the location.  Placer    Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fec?5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  *:hewan River claims are either bar  or bench,  the former bemg 100    feet  long and extending betwoen high and  low water mark.  The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 fee's.   Where steam power is used, claims 200 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and" the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  Territory���������A free miner may , obtain  only two leases of rive miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable iu  the discretion of the Minister of the  Iattrior.  The lessee's right is coB.uned-.to tbe  submerged bed or bars of the rivar  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights of all persons who have.  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, snxept on-  tbe Saskatchewan River, where the  lessee may drogde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee  shall  have a dredge  in  operation within one season from the  date ������f the lease for each  five miles,  but where a person  or company   has  obtained more than ons lease       one  dredg* for each Aliesn mil*a or friction is sufficient. Rental, (10 per  nnum for each mile oi, river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2* per cea������  collected on the output after it exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of Ihe miles, each may be  granted to a free miner for - a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The l������������sec-s right-is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the ' river  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on tbe  lstday of August in the year of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from thc  d������te of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six jears frdm-  such date. Rental, (100 per mile for  first year and (10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory���������Creek, ��������� gulch, river and hill,  claims shall not exceed 350 feet in  ength, measured on the base line oi  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000.  feet. AH other placer claims shall bt  250 feet square. '  Claims are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining- Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for eacl  additional' ten miles or1 fraction.  The person or company staking -. t  claim must hald a free miner's csrti-  ficate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet,in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  vhargen, the rest of tha party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee,.(10.   Royalty at Jhe rati  of two and one-half per cent, on th<  alue of the gold shipped from     thV  y"ukon Territory^to be paid to     the  Comptroller. ,   ,  No free miner shall receive'" a'gram  f more than one mining claim     oi.  eaeh separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same miner may hold     any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims ii  partnership by filing notice and pay  ing a fee of (2.00.   A claim inay   be  abandoned and another obtained    or  the same creek, gulch 0r river by giv,  ing notice and .paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim eacl  year to the v*!ue of at least (200.  A certificate that work has      beet  done must be retained each year;  - ii  not, the claim A&U be deemed to ��������� b<  abandoned,  and    open to occupation  and entry by a free miner. '  The boundaries, of a claim may bi  defined absolutely by_having a survej  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon official Gazette.  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Dominion lands in Manitoba, the North  west Territories, and-within the Yu  kon Territory, are open to prospect  ing for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or com  pany having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide  the length of width shall not excee-  thrae times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding G40 acres, including the  oil well will be sold.to the prospector at the rate of (1.00 per acre ar.  the remainder of the tract reserves  namely, 1,280 acres will be sol..  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, "subject to royalty at 6uch rate  as may be specified by order-in-cotin-  cil.  JAS.  A.  SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho Intarior.  Department of tha Interior,  ���������  BiUTAiX'fi   .military roftri-j  Continued from page two  London, July 10,���������The oflicial siuti-,-  tisc jiiot made public showing that  %moie than half the Bri(i->li Army is in  the hospilal in tbe course of a single  year buve a most important bearing  oil the question of national defence,  and natioiiul physique.  A well known inililury oliicer describes tho figures as "terribly bigni'  licmit and most disquieting-."  "Perhaps the gravest fealuie" he  laid "is that the whole ouestion "of  voluntary enlistment is affected by lbi->  deplorable low standard ol" physicpie  of the national generally, and British  soldiers in  particular.  "Of the men who offer themselves  ���������for military service avevy year, nearly hull" are rejected by the military officers. In 1003 there were 00,S(Jl recruits, but only 29,575 were accepted.  "These iiguies, bear in mind, lake  no account of tbe very largo number  if men who want to join the, iirmj,  '<ut whom the recruiting .sergeant will  uot even look at, well Knowinq them  lo be manifestly unlit for service, and  that i( would be a wuMe of time to  lake  (hem before the doctors.  "There would be no dearth of re-  .'riiits if all who offered wore pliysieal-  >y sound' enough to j>ass the medical  examination. With a yearly quota of  (0,(500 "men, the number at present  forthcoming, there would never be any  scarcity of soldiers if it were not for  the fuel, that so many have to bo rejected.  ''This army of chronic invalids is  <he best,the nation can produce. They  ire picked men of the country, though  hey are feeble" in constitution and eas  ly succumb to disease. Such as they  ire, these few chosen from tbe many,  ire (he wheat winnowed from tbe chad"  ,'"The rejections arc on account of de-  ;ecls that indicate poor pliysicial de-  ���������elopnient "'in-the class from which the  bililary is "largely recruited. Tho de-  ecl 3 are- deficiencies in weight and  licst measurement, weak constitutions  nrrtmrirsj  I Union Brewing Co  t NANAIMO,   B. C.  /Manufacturers of the  In   British Columbia  Lager  Beer ������and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt RumHons  9  ������**Wv?*������fW?fW^ff****'V.?*������*������^*V������*V^������v^i  Miners1 Drilling Machines,  Made lo order and Repaired at short  notice.   Drill Sharpened   by us always gives satisfaction.  Picks hand! ed and repaired.  Ships mi tiling   in. aJ1     its    "Rranhe^j  Horseshoers'and Genera! Blacksmitns.  David   Murray  Buller Street  -    -   -    -  Ladyamith, b   C  IS  lisenses incidental to general debility  mil  unsound  organs.    Flat foet'    mid  msoiind teeth are also fruitful causes.  .he latter increasingly so, proving the  'ood eaten by the men is nnw hole-  -sonw, and that their daily life is ruin-  ms to their health.  ''Plainly     the situation  is alarming  and  it is a pity  that the recent committee    on physical   degeneration was  not more ready to acknowledge accept  '(1 facts.  "The disastrous returns of constant  ill health show how infciior is the  rpiality of the men supplied. It is on  record ,1 hat"barely three out of live  .vlio join are fit to bear arnii con-  'biliously for more than three or four  ��������� ears.  DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU ?  That the place to BUY YOUR MEAT   is  where   the  slaughtering  done locally?   We are not depending   on    what, the Wholesalers send us,  and      can     GUARANTEE  EVERY- THING to be FRESH AND CLEAN  PAN NELL   &    PLASKETT  STFVENS BLOCK,  QAT/.lR13  iVI^lE^T,  L\r>ysvnrrf B.  vf-f-M-ft^-M-^^-f-M-f^-H-^-M-t^-f^* ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ 4 ������ 4 ������������������^������������������++������������������+������������������+���������+4  x LACVSMITH TRANSFER CO. x  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY.  Stables in tbe rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at   the  WILLIAMS AN y W\3X :'r  ������������������������-*4-*-M-*-M-f4-M-f4-H->f4-f-������-4'4+4 ���������  '.S3KSS  -J v. - >*"-������i  ES9SSSS23asa^f������asifisSnwS3i:^*3?JSsaS  FEAR ANOTHER  INDIAN MUTINY  ROCKKIi.q  Hardwood,  golden finish  ?d eaih  >m  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT    .  Pursuant to    the "Creditor's    Trust  Deeds     Act,   1901.'j     .  Notice is hereby given that Axel  Berg, of Ladysmith, British Colum  bia, General Merchant, by deed dated  the 19th day of June, A. D., 1905,  assigned all his personal property,  teal estate, credits and eueote, which  may be seized and sold under execu.  tion bo Albert E.-Planta, of Nanaimo, British Columbia,- Insurance  Agent, in trust for the purpose ol  paying and satisfying ratably and  proportionately- all the creditors of  the said Axel Berg according to law,  the said deed was executed by the  said assignee on the 19th day ol  June,   1905. }>  All creditors having claims againsi  the s-aid Axel Berg are required to  forward particulars - to the said assignee on or before the 19th day pi  July, 1905, after which date the  said assignee will proceed to distribute the assets of the said estate  among the parties entitled thereto,  having regard only of the claims of  which he shall then have notice.  Notice, is also hereby given that  a meeting of the creditors of thc said  Axel Berg will be held at the 'office  of the undersigned, Ladysmith, B. C  on the fourth day of July, 1905 at 3  o'clock in the afternoon, in pursuance  of the said Act.,, for: the. givinbiof di-  directions with reference to the disposal of the said estate!  Dated at Ladysmith, B. C, this  19th day of June, 1905. Cg  RUSSELL  SIMPSON  Solicitor for Assignee.  Simla,     India,   July   10,���������Dread     of  another    mutiny  is   being   felt  by   all  .'Curopoans here.    India is in a serious  .���������date and all   the authorities  here are  nakinn- heroic endeavors   to prevent the  iprcad    of  unrest    and  the   miil'noiu  spirit thai, in spite of all  thvir efl'orU  is   spreading   like   an   infection     irom  province   to   province.     The   ci.:<o   of  this    condition  is  that   with   ll.c   war  between Itussia and Japan lor the su-  pienmcy of  the  yellow  race   has  come  a revelation  to  the ban/ars.    'J lie fact  Ihat an   Asiatic  race   has  delied     and  even   conquered   a  European   race   Inn  made the natives think.  The spirit of dissatisfaction, and  the trouble now in the air is far mou;  acute thun it was two years before the  Sepoy revolution.  What makes the situation more serious is thc ability of the 'Baboo*,' to  spread their tidings oi revolt to even  end of ihe India Empire with rapidity  and ease. The problem of how the  news travelled to the. utmost ends of  India in the days of revolution has  long- been partly solved. Since, then  Lo ill Ri pon has dignified Indian nafciv  opinion, ami the 'Baboo' can make  himself as easily heard us bis niaslor.  Lord KiU-honer's statement that the  Indian army is prneticnlly worthless,  has been circulated among the. ignorant natives to a wide extent. Lord  ��������� ui-y.on's 'tyrannical methods have  set every class a'g-ainst him personally  ami (he personality of a ruler has an  i-ffect on   India  that is incalculable.  The potential possibilities of the sit-  uaiion huve been' brought directly to  the attention of King- F.dwarcl, and  il is known thttt he has had a number of consultations with prominent  Ang-lo-Tndiuns now in Englaiul on leav  It is n fact tbnt in Central India  hundreds of Afghans are loafing ami  skulking- alone or in couples. This is  considered to he an ominous sign, for  the Afghans do not wander so far to  the south with i\ny peaceful inleution  in  mind.  If a holy war wr-re to. be preached.  Ihe Alohnmmedinns would be ns much  the object of nutive fury nowadays.as  Ihe Christians. Tbe situation has an  ugly look and there is a prayer on  every one's lips that the cloud will not  entail  a  storm.  j CHAIR and  COUCH  COMFORT     ���������  Everyone lov s a comfortadle chair. We all  P'efer a good chair, one -that won': fall to  pieces, in fscl, a reliable chair. Our present  sileci rn has never been equalled, not by us,  and you know our stock, is always broad in  CHOICE, STYLE, and QUALITY.  ~" COUCHES  S  COBBLER SEATROCKERS, price $2 50  POLISHED OAK ROCKERS, EmbossedJ  Leather Seats, very fine chairs at $4.00]  CANE SEAT  ROCKERS,   Golden   Oak,  $4.00  HARDWOOD Dinir.8 C'rairs, from $1.00  CANE SEAT Dining Chairs, $1.35 to 175  See Catalocgue for Sty'es  StioiJ",  well-made  Tapestiy covered Lounges ?7  20 st \ les from th s  pi ice up to $25.  -tfSTi  gz&r-.fx  PAINTING,  PAPfik  CTC.  rlANdlN  Work done properly and &t right ,  prices. Shop and residence in rear j  of Ladysmith  Hotel.  J.   E. SMITH,  Prop.  H.O. MILES  Contractor   and 'Builder  REPAIRING   of   all   kmds  prompUj  attended to.    Shop on G������.tMc������    at,  inEKTUD CO.  WHOLESALE DRYG0ODS.  Victoria,  B.  C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrate^  IRONCLAD BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  HI. R. S1M?IDH  Solicitor,   Etc.  st. Avenue  Loan  LADYSftWT  Ladysmith Tomp'e No. 5 Rathbom  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p. m.  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary.  Meatmarket  LADYSMITH B.  C. VT"  nPE   DAILY    LEDGER  LOC&L ITEMS  KHZ-    E������li5n^Ttl53Z.  ��������� 1  it*  j\Ir.   ' Clcoijie Kiddie 'wont down to  Victoria on   tint  morning's Lain.  ���������o���������  Alias     J. .1|:hck was a. passinfjM to  Victoria on the morning's train.      ,   /  CANS  .Mr. H.      Fbic-imniCT wenlldown the  line on business This morning.  -  The Tyee Smelter closed down   this  nioriiiuT; foi  necessay repairs.   -  .Nowadays il is necessary for the  olady of 1 lie l;'oarding house to call  "fire," before she can get her boarders 1(. bid iaiewcll to their ladyloves  and come in lo dini-tr. Truly 1 lustrines of love-are stiong.  <*   ������        ������  AT THE AnnOTTSI'ORH  1<". ('. Kisl.cr, Nanaimo.  II. II.    .Jellrev,  Vicioiia  s. Klenmion, Aloiitieal  P. G. t'udlip, Yiclon'a .  It is understood Unit. Principal  I'uggaul, of He local school, has  l.aii-dcd in hi.c. resignation lo the  board ol .school trustees. Mr. Ilug-  : ������inl has been principal for over 1 wo  \ears.  TOWN SITE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old I own site of  DUNCANS, V. I.  A small .area has been laid off   in town lols which are no;w offpred  at   ' ' .   ;  LOW   PRICES   A.V   U  ON  EASY TERMS.  'The  future  of  the  Cbwiehan      District   and   Vancouver  Island"  will   eveeed   evnectalions   and   ibis is  a good clnncp  jnofitable  in\c.slim at.  a safe, and  /  An older has been Ian1/ with Ilar-  jtip and I-Ia>dcn, the local bout bml-  deis, for a numbei of row boats lor  thc Hotel at, Cowichan. Aheady a  number of boats made by this enler-  pi'iS.ng linn ba\e fouiwl 1 heir way to  various parts of the island, one being shipied  to Sowichan yesterday.  ���������      ' -     MARINE  e������"^^  R. S Venture is in for coal- She  will lca\e for \ anco;.ver this al'ier-  ji(i(������ii.  tt. S. Maud is in foi lJunl.er coal.  The Ma.id has bet en employed by I he  nonunion government recently, and  ���������foi s.-ine time past has been a-Hcii'il.  nig lo bouys in (be Nanaimo harhi r  AILcr coaliii" she will proceed to  Victoria,  and   Irom   llicie   lo  Albei'i i.  SEE PLANS AM) PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. H  WHITTOME  Ladysmith,  V.   I. Duncans,     V.  I.  himbbbsx  There is no foundation to tl.e le-  luvl in the Ni.iia.imo papirs that, a  poition of the fence .surrounding ihe  cemetety bus been dcslioycd ip fin-  'Ihe loporl caused the Council to k<-  slnu-l the Cemetery Committee to  sec whiil. amouiil of damage had la en  done and " the ^emlcnicn comjirisiiir,  tliiil ervmn/il lee, after loiling up the  Ifijl this tiuiruing found that the  slifiiclure had  not even been scorched.  .A narrow escape from diowning is  icportfi'l from' the olhei side oi the  bay. ^liss K. .Ak-Dnn.ild, a meni'l.f-i  of one of 1 lie camping parlies, while  bat bin;::, not out (oi hei <lo-p1.li. A  nuii'htr of her friends who weie  waIf hiii" Inr fiom Ibr-slvore polic'id  bei strange antics in thc -water. Inn  ilunl-rino- she v.as tr\inglo sw'nii.  look no not ce. Peitip, unable to ip-  gain her fooling, Miss McDonald lh;i>  began to scream, and frii mls'.vealr/-  ini. Ibeii that something unusral wa?  go'ng on, piomptly went out a-H  imKer! hrr inio shalH.ty water in an  e\haiisicd condition.  fo suit  up-to-date  reauirements  McCIary5  London. Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St* John, N.B.  Quite a mimhir of provle have signified their intention if gfl'112-to  ''imilieilnmi for the I2ih celebration  Thev will lca\e on this fivcnm.-.'S' special (rain, v.bicli lea\es Ibis city at  fi ]?. The I adysmil.h sportsmen \jho  are t ��������� eompcle in vaii.ms events in  Cu^il-ei land lc.uo this ctning wit'i  the' full intention of enminu, back full  handed.  HA IU V  r.l'RVEn  I'V  MOLTEN" MATTE  A "Vounc; Ital'aii woil-ing nt the  Snieltci was badly burned yestorday  Thc man was putting some water on  matte which he thougiht -irad cooled  oli", hut instead of ibeing cold the  matte had not even set, and the water being poured en suddenly caused  an explosion which threw a quantity  of molten matte en the unfortunate  ukmi's arns and body, causing severe  bnres  to the former.  His- I'd low workmen instantly an-  ���������'plied oil U \ thc injured members and  ���������Inter the man engaged the services of  a doctor. Although still in considerable 'pa'ii, tbe patient is reported to  be going on  well.   o   Messrs. Ralph Smith pud W. Rio an  have return from Ottawa. They  passed throi'ph to NnnaiYiio on the  lira ii train, acoomranipd by their  wives.  Ivsmi  rdware Co  Ad [���������:  I'KION iV.I-'N   I N   '<��������� > I KT .Killrcn, and a counter charge of abu-  'Ihe Vancou\cr Pro\ nee h.is, under , s KC language apainst Drake. The  I he head or I niou Men in Com I, the ' ���������- o n i room was crowded with minors  following story of the trouble bes *' > 'LltpL' the evidence was heard both  i ween tbe rival s.ctioj.s at Nanai- ���������' im'n weie peisuadetl to withdraw the  mo tbe other     day. | charges,  and  so what. looUed li'e the.  '"Ihe row growing out of (he dif-J bcgiimiiig of a vendetta between the  fereiues between th.- Western Kul i  un.'oi:s was avoided. "  ���������u���������  TO SI 1 ('SEES  ADMIRAL   AVELLON  Culy  11.���������A  despatch   to  Agency from St. Peters-  tion and l Le Chilt'd Atino \V\ r.u r.;  \\,-.s iiiird in the police court tlfis  mm ii ing. I  "C   Dra!.e     jeered at II.     Ki'lecn, I     J ondon.  i.-r-tn tary  of   the Western   Federation,    the News  ( n     at count     of a notice issued last    hcrq   today  aniriiinced   that  Vice-Ail- j  wce\   allowing  the   men   to  work.    A    niirp.l      Rlrilofi     has been appointed  son of     Secretary Killetn met  Drake I T !o������������-l    of the Russian     Admiralty in  L-.st  ngbt ard  purchrd bin..   Tbe  iy- ' six-cession to     Admiral Avellon,  who  s:i'i   was a cha'-pe ofa^rault   ncainst    lesipned .June 15th.  TO OUR I ADYSTITH CUSTOMERS  Conditions  are suth that we  find    il   to     our  advantage^to close  out  our business in Ladysmith.    This,   we regret',   as   our   relations  have  been  most  pleasant with  out" customers a nd      friends.'   We have sold  out  our  stock   and   interests   in   the   business    to Messrs.   Blair &   Adam.  We  bespeak for them with our customers   the     same good  treatment that  we  have received  while  in  business here.  - We thank you  for all  past favors ,   while,   regretting the  severance    of  b1. sint'ss      lies,   which   circumstances   make   necessary.   Settlements   with  our customers   will   le  made  al    Ihe    present   store of J.  W. Meddle    &  Company, until further notice.  Respectfully, . '  VV. T. HEDDLE   CO.  LADIES'  AND  CH1LDRENS'  SUMMER  Under=Vests  *snnnnnBnssBHnMBnnmmm*aanBBssBiBnmmmmmBaa*am*ssnaasaBBa������  Short Sleeves  No Sleeves  All Sizess  One Price  f 3 cents  Each  DRYSDALE-STEVENSON  Co.   Ladysmith  Ah Wing & Co,  Merchant Tailors  Ladies' and Gents' Clothes Made to  Order!'  PERFECT FIT GUARANT^ 1 T������  LADYSMITH,   B.   C.  PICNICS  H  Iddplli M Oiiinj  fsMsM  Launch and Pleasure Boats of nil  descriptions for. Hire. Boats'built  to order and Repaired. Spoon.oars a  Speciality.  MARRUP AND HAYEDN.  BOAT    BUILDERS.  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  AH work guaranteed, and at reasonable' rates.  High St.  Ladysmith  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  Are the order of the day  and we can supply your  wants with the many differ-  enr things to enable you to  fix upra dainty and nourishing picnic lunch. \\-  A Special line of-  Potted^Meats  Oranges.  ���������lams < <          ^         l  i    I         Bananas - .  Biscuits'.  ' '            Lemons  Jellies'  '            .Assorted Nuts  SEASON'S FRUIT ALWAYS ON HAND  We Have Just  Receivedj  a Consign men t of |  1 p  OF 40 PIECES  I  n   rn^gnirfcent  pitkrns  PRESS   DESPATCHES  Hd Petorsb'i'irg, July 11,���������Prince Toil-  I bestkoe, the President of the Zemstvos  of Moscow, is quoted in an interview  today as strongly opposing the principle of class representation in the  coming' national assembly. He declares that or-ly universal suffrage,  whether direct <>r indirect will satisfy  tho  masses as  well as the leaders    of  the reform  movements.  TIip recommendation of the governor of liikut.sk/that general amnesty-  be granted to political prisoners has  been  rejected.  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd,  OATA0RE8T.  LADYSMITH  mm  BLAIR AND ADAM.  'PHONE 2-4.        LADYSMITH  MANITOBA  RARLI-IY.  Paris.  July   10,���������Despatches reaching  the ministry of marine show that the  * . '  authorities at Biyerta, Tunis,'continue  thc efforts to raise the "submarine boat  Ffirfadct with the expectation of taking- out the corpses of "the imprisoned  crew. " ........  CubleR were again passed under the  boat today, but the rjscuerswere unable to raise her tc the. surface,--the  futile efforts to rescue the imprisoned  civw shook up thc. boat, loosening the  cap, and . permitting water to enter  the inner orifice for the admission of  air.  Olio Oi the last messages of the T)ar-  fndot was "Uurry, water gaining".  Th.> ministry of marine'still witholds  tt definite announcement that (he crew  nr.?p dead.  HOTEL LELAND.  ! (T. J. t-Wcllnian, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modal led. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Qranville. and Hastings'  streets   Telephone, 1���������4.  W.G.Fraser  Merchant Tailor,  (ist Avenue)  Spring Stock on hand. Call early and  ; get your choice.  WE  SHOWING THIS WEEK  TWO NEW LINES OP STOVES M ANUFACTUREDr BY OUR LOCAL  STOVE WORKS L.' ;  Drop in and See Them l!  FOUR -HOLE KITCHEN COOK....,  $15.00  * , '- -    .^  SIX HOLE GRAND UNIVERSAL  $35.00  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO., Ltd  Charlie   Dunn  NOTICE.  ���������   .. .   From      this  date  the undersigned  will  not  be  responsible for any in-  VVinnipeg,   July   IC���������Winnipeg    sam-   dehiedness     incurred except on   '  a  written order signed by the secretary  pies of barley sown on Tilay 5th were  exhibited here to-day, the s(ull>s being  fi\e fret f-i\ inches high. It is unusually   well  headed  out.  Rowland Machin.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal Liability.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905.  Williams' B'6ck  "Ln.il ysmith  Particularftrocora.  Telephone   1  "lias your wife complained very  I oil;//"   asked   the  doctor.  ''Ever since we were inarrie1." re-  pli .1   Meekly sadly.  Most   r.-freshinr   .tii.-I   ej:rpiisi1ely lla-  vnred   i'Td  dr;n's-een  he  obtained  at  the Drug Store. High street.  In' r-re.iin and ice cream sod..:;  the (irnu; store ;il alt   times..  at  FKlJ*5wi   fLf f"      fiSl+Hl    I" Kiwi. I      VMlKl\  Also a Large Variety of TllfS to 5elect From  1  I  I  3 ,->ubicamv.-������*t srw-T- ^s: a*, -i* swz.- r  ���������i^*'u*x i������TjKj������fT������!������y>sw cgyattKtffi.  jr*T������'TT������rm-r���������iiMiijia mriiiri~������������������TaL>  'orrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.  1     WILLIAMS   BLOCK.  TELEPHONE  6-7  '1  rorlmtind, I'ru.asia, July 11.���������A fire  luV l.ro'ii-n out in the Borussia coal  m'nu. eaus.->d hy the caroles.s handling  i*f a pi' lamp i.y hoys. The lamp *-x-  l>|.'A'!inj; ignited, the timbers of the  .-halt. v. Iiicli binned rapidly. Two hun-  fli--(l and'fifty miners escaped through  an .-;ir ������! nit hut '.ii) were out off and  th.-ir death   is   regnrlled   uh  certain.  'Ihe wo.-k of .rescue is attended with  gr-ent (langor owing to tlie" escape of  |jniMiiiaus "a.ses and nil of the re-.  sciiers are ri'i.oricd missing. The  p.r.iiii'l over tlic mine is sinking gradually with a sound like that of  (bunder a������ the supporting timbers of  mine jive hein������- burned away. Oreat  ci'iuviIh of. wo men mil eliiUbvn are  stui.fling cdimil the mine in u drenching rain hoping for the rescue of hus-  han'fc   and   fathers. ���������  LENZ  & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS.  Ill  ��������� MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS .1UST ARRIVED.  .Charles Dunn, of the above firm, v isits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose of taking measurements and seeing, customers personally. May  be seen at the Hotels. We guarantee ail stock and a perfect fit at the  lowest possible rates. Suits from $15.00 up. Pants from $4.00 up. -All  Hand-made. Full line of the Latast supplies ALWAYS carried by Mr.  Dunn. ��������� . ������' ' I !, IJ  One hundred acres of land in Cedar district for $350  Two Sheep Farms on one of the  Gulf  Island^, considerable Improvements  $450  JOHN STEWART P.jO. Box 268  MRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSUREN> E  CONVEYANCING  NOTARY   PL'BLIO.  MANUFACTURERS OF  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS,   ETC.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS, ETC.  VICTORIA,  B. .0.  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN SOAP  Stand a good chance to win a  .'. GRAMPHONE. \  Every 2'i-Cent purchase of White    Swan , Soap     entitles you to a  ticket in the drawing for this high grade gramophone.  B.FORCIMriER  WATCHMAKER,   JEWELER,  OPTICIAN  All work done on these premises  is guai antced to give SATISFACTION. Prices moderate.  First Avenue,   X   X   X     Ladysmith,   B. C  Stoves  We are making them of the Newest    Pattern and Latest  Styles.  WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOV NDRY' WORK  Our^Priccs are Reasona hie  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES IN  BLATR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSfUTH IRON & STOVE WORKS C0��������� LTD,  ���������'���������  :f ���������

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