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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 11, 1906

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 'd,\f?.i"':y,tii  ^^'^r^^^'V^-g^yj^H^S  ���������*������������������������*-> ���������j.wjr^i-je.iarg1 >t^ "^* "a jus****.j^jiajaarra'acB^a^^^^ 'yj������������������������������������   --^ 3*^vi  I  i^f^*1***1^  "-^ic -  ^*"  .**- \^--^/j   ^  rv-  >fc  <^  %  \  :raa  JUN 13 1906      <2T ij  Vi  VOL.,*  ft if 1  MONDA-TL-  June II, 1000  ' 3  * *>  */o   ������   Jl     '  WRECKED AT  COWJCHAN GAP  Sloop Lucy Jane, Owned   by Capt.  ,:r-.'"-McHlhenny; -is: Lost^feoofr^ay  ������ ^ .  . ..  Near Ga  *apf: Losfes  ^He.T^SBS^.Bu  Saved the ?Life ofS^MBoy *  Who was on'B'oafcf V,  NANAIMO DEFEATS    :!  THE FlRHWOOD i   B1MLMM  '      !  BISHOP BOMPAS  DIED AT CAMM  SATURDAY MORifi  Ke\.   R    J    Row en  this    moiling J  ;J~ Mr   Fiank    Thick     today ������&uined  ^om  CowichanOup, and  repots life  1 "-iwreclxin?;  and  tot-a-1 JflSSr.en   'Satufc  ������jfay mom ������j of the Liieyj-J,aiuS^pwn^  "������1 hv  the well-^KnoWn  Capt-^fcUlT  3������inv _3     ' rr ^|g  ItjiI   m/'lfie   well' l>nowh'Capt>5l������Il$  "ftrimv, with a small hoy" on  ���������jfc>*'irdjf  "~a������ft the. Cap   rf������r������VaiKitwtct.'^jladcjji  *$vith sliells   , w^HtJi1 he, was c������hyh.ig.'  5b the Fiaser  liner vaS a.^toinc.   lojp  SJuckens      After  getting out S������litil������  -|tv.iy7 t'tie wind '(loVed to-nstrdjg; f|)|  ,'fe|s eiaft, and  he was'rforced jjbtmij  155mk lor < shcltei^,     lie    siuce^flietl jifi"  feichinK ,1-he entrance > of  CootJL^Bajvj;  i^oui    half a mile horn , ^os^c"*".  itLip,, wlwn  l*c  sa\vM������ iepf ���������ailiQfi!i' jofej  ^-TjTin      fli������ 1 minrdlately diroj>j)ieidw.:.;hiS(!  jjt^jjirhors  ������nd   loweiod his" sailSj^^ijiB  JiJ-a no  avail,   as  llu*  anchors Wfef?  *JU hold,   the' hoaf '^eiag .fllow nfAuiH  j "onto the locks, an������l a     Iwle tjiii^kl^  g-jnpMiiUed  'M  younger.  '"ntan'Sluglit  well  be  pitoud  of.    '������������������-''      ,:"r:     "       *  The boyV'natne is" Dicrmaiij  "and  Nanaimo, B.C , June 10 ���������     "i  The  Frritwoo<t  Uaseljall  team,     0fj"O.'i\ed news of the dciili kh   ^at-|  V.cfona, til th0 C.ickel. ftioiuwls  t0-  u,,day Ust ^ C^rcru^.  Al^4\ of  , ������... .... H������c   Right.  Reverend,   Win    C'aipttier  day,, suffered   then   woi-.t deieat    W _ ^    n   D|   ftho    ,,as   u^cd,  the season at the hands of the local  smtc  i8fi3  m the  ^ ukon   Teuijocy,  ThA  McKen/.ie Rnei   aiwl Athf^asca, n. 1/"  id  mo  appointtHl  Rishbp  in  the     latti  hi-' ������������������      rt*ff-*'   '*  11 ,^   ..      i* ��������� ���������  I, ,,      .1      ���������**  PRICE FIVE CENTS  i..i  SUBMIT DECISION  ������. ��������� ������,������*>  toani 'bv"l<l������e score" of it to   1  game  was called  in   the eighth  j ��������� * if r   ^     .  he-  tei  nm&'t'o  aJfow   the V^toi's  to cat eft ������)Uce ,M  J871      At Mms d������lU; of^hls  .. ���������  .    -       ������.      ������       ..              -      ,������ appoinlnient his  field  of lahoi  inplu-  the ti.un, ouieiwi&e tli* score would ,   ,     ,,     <,,��������� ,. ,.           ���������           J?  ,          ,      .             Ji dctl  also  the Mcktmie  Rnei   c^un-  hav^heen Uigeiinn  tb������ local team^ tl>   aIlt,  Atlubisila, \lie lattei   jjtwo  lavor, as they  were finding the \isif j^ipg later caned out  into   sepJUata..  tor'sjutclicrs .mow Vand, nioie in e\j dioceses  ery MiccccdiAg Riming     ���������<.. Hj  At Ins  own    leanest  and etiorfi   a  .;.     'jil     ['���������    s   n\   '>. "     ."    >-     \  he says he has had enough   of ,Kthe  <������.l        ,.I'J|I' l"j <   Lil        ���������      .!,'  'HH-J !*  iuwe(i upseKUyiit.be acewJcait;? as eajci \  ihing he possessed-'m Hie'World ^vas  o^b'i,oarit Jihe.>1itt'lc ^Ibop. JAt j>|������.s-  tnt he is heiny-'well cared ioi .1 be  Ui������ igmi.al U.hlHtick-i,">'.aA,J Cowidun  Gap Jaglithouso, >wllo' sends his grtel-  ing.s,.tor, all,;tlW! hojs,>-.ind' m^tes  them out any tinae'.they;-������t"ecl m^in  e<f1,4UcJj,shittg,iiN ^till/good^'J      |ll  JNI i i iTJijck., cepoi is | colt ��������� lisluiio U(K-  celj<;n^! a������ul:jlnotighr;������hwne .-^rth afm  a M'l'.ii,ge .^^^'Itt'i.ftSiutoiK.n 'ttri> ^(Iso  pjent.itpl ial(...i|������iesoHt,^ thdife \&hg  large school/* lfaf> .l^rruig ui the V������ci-  lUjt)! fA Uie|ftiap li������t the ^ lavgiei ltk.li  lo feetl  on.    tn .."..-���������;-��������� , i*.  <" ���������   5ij  Retelling to tlitv4*eelv ^f, the Ijn^N  Jane,,Mi    Tlufik, jrt.itet.������ Wiat    wSite  Rlackhurne, thcFeni wood's l\c\& now bishop lu'tl l!een appointed ^b'lt  mthpaw, was pii't'iii the'ho v ut tl^i ieoentl\ to take the work of Ihshoo  stait of the game, ������ut leccr.od sucit Uonip.is, his siucessoi <,ein<; Re\  a dimi'-mg that "he w*is replaced ilf .Stin-gci, who left \ ictoua foi N^ith  ihe sivth l,y lloln s->, \ietoua\ Sn\J on Maj -T/lh to taKc"*np the dahes  onte l^tfhe^ ,Tlw >{aiiaiiro bo\|,, ol i,]Si'iop m the dimese, 'wheie I ho  i.howcil',Vlit'u .irt-liei. disci'gaid foi linn] Ins pie^ioush laloied foi several  hy (luii|y six ums o..,ci rhe plat^ \eais llishop SUm^ci notified ������qv.  ui Ahe^^jvth, and two more muthk li Totty, -who' is ra't piesent in ,K ic-  s>eie,.'th ���������.���������   jg(i  n.i en Loute to his lal.ois  atwtho  Mill������|n,w!.io diU the Iwnlny lof} Indian ^hsiion-at-^Moosetiid"-^ lieiqu  the locals, pitchml a inaMeiK ft.une, ' Dawson, of-the death of Hie nolbd  aRouing ,oiilv *e luts, and. Woiilcl^hishop, ;i���������d the lattei-mfoimed {iea-  ha\<������ scoicd.'R hlwit out omU ioi se\i,'j.\li lioweu .tins . inoiniiigvjrv teie  oral me.isley ei-rois ma<te i,y t!icilu-''gLaph  After Viewing che .Grounds YestejSay  the Arbitrators Decide ihat at Least  $200 Worth of Work Remains"-"  Mr. Pavis, the Contractor, According to  the Decision will Receive  ������������  Something Over $500  f   CUM  calsi in  tho last  two^hmijigs oi    the  ganiiu. ���������<       .' - >        i     n u  'IhcjM.silois assisUM'ilhe I. r.\N   in  In   the passui"   aw as   oi   Hie   noted  iigmu    liom  then  the  Canadian   Chuuh,  i i  is  lost  one  of  its   most    nidi  ti.iiniii!! up Rie^ scuiei hw booimjr. thj iati������.il,le w.uKeis .md sliidtnjr^ ll|s  UalljaltiiK *,hha giouiwl and leniihlm^ 'lift_".nul uoilv amoii^ the Inai.ui- |>r  at  cntical stages of the gam-    Th^'ihis meal lone land is   Kriown to et-  tcam iltl not sdiow any  of the   last 'ei\   ,v.nlei  of uussi u"rv" news   Sudh  A   SATIO-NAL FAREWELL  tin. gallant eaph>.������ release his    hold and emf ^  Uidmg dkI  not    ������.= I u   wni  f        W,0(.af       ���������c       ^  of the bov, and cljnsidcung ihe sit- the  oUver . nHirte������mte ������of  thr   Call- ���������,.. ,,--,-. ',i.a.. ,���������*.,������,i    -n, 4������������~-*  look  after/as-a'hVnd,cap,   tW caJ his  ship '������  i.rinl  from   the   reel ," '*'*n ,.' *. ^J1 *'\f'r     "7      '������������'"  "-"' - ������'   ">" ���������������-"-������������    luIf-  t^in,   ,Wde  ������' fl������im.u which fa  far or not is not l-nowa.                   ,.   J bU'^^^iL1^? i'^J^'U, ' "������'���������   a .ompaiuiwb    un.am.Lu   nam.     to  I ' >      "?    .Jll' ������rl   I  .HI        -  T  -  ?  -     1  i-iiyvyi- j-  . .<.-". '.  HOIiB������^^  -������ttv  "TT'  ".J,' 'ft,/ ^i������ .K-J^'^**^ '*���������**  -Jjv������-'rj^-.  vi������������.i^^.-:. -���������.���������f5.41:";.;:tiJlli-JB;i!<t.  ;;/.���������?:;.' ..  |Ah Enjoyadle ���������jf9i:ogmrnme^ Render<  afo tte Gaih^tlpig%n  Saturday Even ing \ *  ���������ii   .  ���������y  -f!  ���������71 ���������������������������-.���������  i    I'.   On Saturday  evening lasfihe Am-  '|bulance   Class    held   a final    gather-  ,|ing in thiV'uintiiVetrinjj- rooms of .the  .''"Opera HoiiseV   ^,'ij^,a  wry cnipy^.la  ^evenTiii!;  was spent-bv   those  present.  An/excellenb progiiamme had >l,een pro  :l>ared^i'^';^i^r^i-n>i}cr.-.cn -it., was  fewell '.rendered,   . Espjeciallv .was   tliis  ]bhi2 fa^c "61  rlie recitation given '-hy  *Mr. 4Q������h' '^.������ss;f Jhfiiialiiiig.' the^pire^'  jsentation  t-o'^Dr.   Wassqn, .qn .hehall;,  in'   the clas&y-of'-li-' Iffindsomc  travel'  marks by .hi'ru.j;;L the., followih'g-!" pito  gramme wa|{garriei\j^H|^V ,.||  ���������Toast���������The .King. -. , -  -    '    ' I ��������� i'-T-"-' A' '*;"'���������. :���������''     *   '���������  Song  ing case,   Air. H^Fultp/i^ma^���������<$il$������rjk  iieafc speffieli", *". In  which lie expressed  ahe appBeciatk^..of: the. c|fiss. for-,the  inforniatioii ���������-imparted   to Uiem     by  jh'Cir instructor, and thanked', hiuv for  the jyrea't.-   ink-rest    which   ho    had  takicii in all the  meetiaigs.  " Dr. Wassoiil  in  reply, made    some  very nice" rein arks about".The progresn  of 2the������cl(fBSiT-;i'hd 4ta?tcyrJtfeit-f wluft  work he  had done had afforded   hiin  tlie greatest pleaSilt'c'.-'   Me also ' wiis'  greatly   pleased   with  the thoughtful-  ness'of  the eLss iy rlhe presentation  of   the handsome   token  of their   ap  preciatinn  of - wha-l--services- ��������� he-  had  been able to render.    ;���������������������������     "- ; v  Puring the" evx-rmv";'-;," r toln'ft'JiiCti'tv-;  coasistinu; of :\lessrs.. lI/..FuUon,-.   |>  McLean,   E.  Armstrong,    J.- MiciVVui  trie  and . Jas.  O-l-enjii.^ya.s na>l>Qi^l,e'('l  for  the purpose of colleetiiiig all "siv���������  hija^ilq t^fornihJt(iQiv-,ri;giMdins     the  best facilities ohtaiuable. fo*r hh.e conveyance of. the ^voininlc-d->ft'om the in-'  si<le  of the    minein _yii)es>.0L-..acci-,  'dent to the,   outside, and,' this.^.committee wish to stats that niiy (information furnished .theni. on this, suli--  ject' will ,be thankfully received.   The  amil/ilauce    classes     will he resumed  again  on   the first  Sundayiin,. Octo.  her,  next.  During the progress of the programme, "Trustee' H." Carroll responded with an excel lent speech t<i the  fonst  "Hoard of School  Trustees."  Mr. P. W. Greaves was cliair;man  of the evening,  and after a few   re-  j    the a'i   time    time? 111  a vain    attempt' to connect  A* Shanks-"hit" &ife lfo" lust ~ Mil-  JtsiifiLi, ih^.-r '��������� jna'n upAaoL jWiri3-in*tialt  |l|ft>Si*#';ft������ii*.or.?.h>i. d������.i iAitbeiij iSf'h'anks  fe-ojliii!; jtoiljlifi^ on/ thei: sanie: in is pi ay.;.  i^ariXQi^ba-tting, oait.^ftf dii<*.dum,^irtcx t  loo'c a chance with the. willow,-n^il  ���������i; th^;ir.eAiitiiio&3������hajiit������silhtn' crosstvl  the. plate, due to an error, Gajpntfifccj-  ing. rftti^l^t-^fc^Ji-^ft^a; Uifte-w from.  (Jor-don at- third.  A hit by jjiolness^a.ssisled _by_ a_  tase on balls akr three ^iicy errors  enahleti the Pernwoods to score threm  rims in tlie ^eighth,-.none , of ���������-.which-  were earned.  The locals took- tho lead in the  fourth-Lining, when ' they .li'roUfyht in  foor runs'on iiits'by 'T. Aitkcn, \V.  Graham and Witkinson assisted by  thj:oe'vt-rrrtr.s--'t)ii-'8he! Pai't of the visitors ��������� idfielders'i'��������� -������������������-������������������ ;���������   .   .......  Two iHwreRWQfe; ^cosieil in the ������������fth  but the^sK'th #a������? tl������e.*ono in which  the mei������!>i!*������-rWmd.* to*c*i)lace.^\V'iWi  only- two..safe hits the home team  pushed six rum; across1 the plate, all  due to cosily errors on the pari- af  the visitors' infield. Two more lal-  i'icsrih' the sevrriUi, ftnishod the scoring for"The~Tocal.s, as they did -not  ���������get- a-cha'uee - for - till*if '' licks"' in t he  eightJi owing to "t-he guune IrH'.tvp;  slopped in order to allow th:* Pei'n-  woods    to    catch  tJu:   train.     Tim,:,  touim.s    Mist    I-.tlil    is. ,u pnini*  01 iti,   antl   \. lien   she   l.oou   lea\-  Chi-isuiania ),i;;a<;WI't fiW'W^-ne"'8'^^^^^^^^ ������  soloist,. ,a������,  the: Minneapolis;   i.,sUvnt?!   (i }. Wc lllVVe examined the>ork|b  so   tlie   then   reig-iiinjj  inp.nanjl.v,; -fviruj: Jtjons and find   as follows:  ,,������������-wAIcx  lliyden  ..... ,.v...;......, Jphn.'Ko'ss  .. .Toiib-t���������Miuijicipality  1.4   Lanlvsinithj  replied to bji^felji.-AfeilioBie^-.'-^ ... ���������* ���������  Hong  ......,~f..**>-'V-.-f4..-'Koi>ci-'ts?o  iiong    .........   ...   ;....#  ......    J. J.    JoliC!������  ';' lnp.scnJ4*,av:������j-i������ ^-.^''vv^sou- I'fu-!  sentod by Air. H4 .PiiUou..^ ������  !  t'lfri*^:";. .$r\%::'''*l 'Sloses' W0od*intl-h  &ollg   ...���������:... .������.'.v;..vi.;.y.-..i.y.;i-.- J.   tileiiij  roust���������tSoard  ot-   Scliool   Trustees;  i/jspondeii to l������yt TxusU*Cr.CarJol'l.    t I  feong  .............  ..;....,;.,���������..-J. Dunsmitu  Song '���������<;...?;-'...��������� A; AucliijiValo  'l\jast- iMo.lical, profession, .repliciU'.  wi(||(  .,-���������   i,lMjng  u>  spare,   the    home  to  by  Dr.   Krosi. ,.,  ; (e.U|, .Wcre  the- easiest of  winiii-rs by  Song ......' ::;...^ .:: jSiini.>ott-i������h.a>':',,���������, st,orc of   ,.,  t0  4_  ������on^T:.:r.."..*'...-....;.  ;,,-..... Wnu  K.errlj    The..followiu-s are. the scores:  Kui'iuvtfou r.."r.r* .'.'*���������  Win. K.errl,  ������ s. :- I  .John   Kosst1  ..Niui.iimo  r'\ftler-*he, last- number of the al.o.c! ���������]���������,   Ait]en   e  JmuJ   beefi��������� reudt-red,     tho siiuj;jn.g     011 (joidun,  :{|,.  A.II. H. ll...L'.0. A- *s.  ���������1      I  Auld     Laiisj   Syne'-   brought    lo  close a  most enjoyable oven ing.  A  SKNfSi'UCDrilif::/!. ""'���������  ai Aslunaii,   1.1'.   .  ..,(irah'anV, "ilh. '..  j'Waller,  p   ; Farmer--ss;-;;,..  'J(!rei?iii'well,   r.i.  1  ���������1  :l  I  1     1  t  ���������������    Total .,  ,l''ernv. oo<ls  *Hiu you��������� itntAv wlinC("\ve1re   coining;:../.   Ait-lien,   lb  i^'^V'siJliJ'ie^-^^?���������" ���������s*^'e M!i?bll,'a(-'lui'(;l'-   Wilkinson,   e  ',l\\l'U)-here's a forecast    along     my  .)iuc...   We'.r-e���������goin-g  back-to tttiVs* day's  of  Greece.    .In  live  years  we   won't  .he   weariuy -anythiiig-ffrrt^WajiKlals- nn   Mi . Sh:m!;-s, ,lb  sinuiuer- tinio at lea.stv--hi^i.thi>i- san- '.ifcackibunu*,   p. If.   I  <late7!..\vene*iust.rudntK4l-M)y H*,-''-seve'ral jAloore,  c.f   -I  5'i'������.r^.aS9.-., -U'hc* #iM- *li-k-Hw* cakes ] l|oi:.iertson,  c.  iast seasonv  aad-t-heWre-'y;oin.g t>efctei: ;Pptts,   2!i   now.     We're turninj_Jju'iii?.^i^4.t;.. as*1.-\fc Sbiinks, 3|>  fast   as  our  tac'taKyT can - bcopin-atedj'.;Malcolm,   l.f.  and   this y������ir 'we've lyecn   making   a ilfolness,   p.   ...  quantity of   large  sizes.   They're   alT T^mdolph, . r.f.  ni^st., QHiUslSS.A'Joi: .women,   liu-t      the ;(1irne,   ss  uu'ii will be wearing  them  iu a year  or two,    and mark     my  words,    in  ah ������nt   five  more seasons   of  summer  leather    Kandals  will  1/e   the     whole   Niinaiimo ..  Ihiiig.     We'll  look  like the     Greeks, I    Hits .:.  ..  all right, and-we'll  feel mighty'com  Fernw0ods  foitahle."���������New York Sun. I    Hits    1  IV  A  ���������������  (i  1  ti-  ti  i   n   11   1  ���������11    l-lv !)     21, M   -S  A.M. R. H. P.O. A..K  0     U  0     0  0  3  0  :i  1  1 *  (iscrtc, aiul hi.s, eqiirt.. a ^SjiicC' tier ad  \i'iii in Aiiii.'i'iea she has won,'.ibe eri  tiii-s  in  ovoi'v (-it v  hi'which  she , ha:  m^ 11, .���������     '      ^     -#i ;.������  siing. iiuniidIiig":->VVfw'-. York,, Mosi.on  PiTTsbiirg!' ���������'Oiii'-innali', Minnea'poiis  Sau -Francisco. Snlt-Jaikti and Ueh  ver. It is; tho- Rocky Moiiniaiii  N'ews of tb������ last-named city which,  in ibe i-ou'-seHi" a notice of the T)ahl  ci.n:-ei't   says:     ��������� |  ���������'Mei'oi-i- I lie concert was half over  the iui-.lii.-uce- ifi'i'i' ui-ouseil''lo such  entlHisin.^'ti liy'-'ihfc Iveaiuifvil. voice!  ami cliai'iuiny presence oi-Lhi.se-.stat-.  i'l,\- ��������� NorweK-iaii girl flriH "' fhey de-  ��������� iiaiiiliM]- aii 'encore' at each '" number's;  close. .And no .wonder,- l'oi-j. in : addition lo possessing a lvmarkalilc  line iiic/./o-si>|ii'hiio \oiee, .Miss, liahl  has an exc-'pt ioiitilly . plensiiitf. .ptnge  pri'senec and la r songs. wi-re..a pii'-e  delight Ui nil. who '.heard .tliein. Uvr  Cr-'ig ntiniliei-s wei-i- part icularty tine  ones and < ncoiv lo a splendid rendition of Tiigliai'H'o's --(.luaiul l'Oidonu  Chanf-���������-���������." an-l lb-; seemul, from  "Prom Monie I'inieio," ��������� 1 lie lalter  l>.Tliap.s l-emg tile liuest piece 011 I bo  pi'Dgi'iiinme. Mllin.n-'.s ".let; vil utl"  \cas mini her iiiiml.ei- wlticli ln-ouyht  o'ii'i wiili 1 droit cfie.-t ri'ii--'' (Ira)iiatic  power ���������(>(' lb-" siiiyi'i-, as did a Spanish Sony, by l'aladilhe. Hut it was in  1 be I'olU-soiii.' <if-Hie X'orth'vhar Miss  Pabl fairly ���������(���������..������������������! 1 it ivajed bee aiulieiice,  and lbey., clmtioivil. for. .niiJiwt.. and  tnote. The hull" dozen on the programme seemed only lo give them  a taste for others. Dressed in the  national costume of N'orwn.v, singing- her songs Ihal pei.h-Hps all of  llK'in';bn'<l known front cbilflhood. sire  seemed to appeal .to hoiv heaivs fa^-  nioi-e than as the beautiful ynuifg  woman    in evening go.wn.. %  Miss I\ihl will aarear at. the L;^-  d,-smith , piwm,. House, Thurs.liay,,  June ���������?.! !  Yesteiilay the three aibitratois ap- riotwifjhsttuidinlg , tlus a<djr.t.^iou  pointed to settle tlie /question oi (itton-liability your Arbitrators.<suV  bow much monev Mi J>a\is is tore- nut tlie following'-clauses a*i'a basis  uene lot his woik do������te on the (,i adjudication .' ' ' ' ' "  \j.or,is grOuiuls,, met ani renleiodlhe Clause A' The present" gra<le shall  lollowuij, dcwsion, after *ia\mti \Tit-w- Je adopted -by ������ie Athletic I'drnsmit-  fcd tiie.giotiiids, looked o������er tlie con- t������e it not incomfJati(bae with its aims  nact papeLs, etc 'ilie Athletic and Objects thte inequalities shall be  Coinniiittee had appointed Ah K 11 uiufornily gradett and a surface dress-  .SlieiJierd, 01 Nanaimo, and Mi Ua- i������g applied, said work not Jo exceed  .is appouuod Mr- .)ohn~M( LCpan, a eost oi" two hundred'dollars ($20'>X  white these iwo gcntlemeji appointed said cost to he contributed In^eq-u-  Ui .John McDonald, as the third ally between''the contracting fa'ji-es  aitiitiutoi      'J he decision  tollows       hereinljiefore' leferreii' to    "'  Lad .\ smith,  BC, June 11, LU0������i  ���������   'This'woik' may he  urider'aicn "*ny  ,   AKIJlTRA;iJ0^'.S AWARD    ,     the  Uhletic Comitaittee ah<l the sum  lo 1)  ,|1   Davis, pi the L'uy of, .,La-  ol (MOO 00) one huhdretl'ddllirs 'lie-  ^d>smith,    Vaflcoum^ Island,, Rrjo- ducted1 from'the Contracts   fot'non-  \1i1ce  01   IlxiLisit, Coliun.bIa,  herein ''jnlnlinent   of   hup 'ccxfitrae't,-"  or  'his  t iiiowu # ,is  tho   party ol    the, hrs.f \haie'may he  pnu& in labor.     ' r"  ,,11.111. iu^ ,i, Coutiact,(date<l )tli������.1^ec-, I- C'lauje. H  The    aforesaid ���������-contract  , oiil da.N.,,01     Fcbriiaiy,,A 1),   ,19������1>,  eiiteied mt,J by the    Contractor'ind  i(,u/d' h>'riin,t,uei,)ieieiied to���������asJ|he the Athletic Committee aft-l  l-*annK  .. cS'{Kt,,'Vu.t;0J1'  an4  j ^.y -j  v\m  i������    \dAte the second day/of Fehru.ruy, n  ,  ^-   A /^Qftiwall,  U. Jhorji'ley,,rj    D, ,1906,  not,haling ,been   0������ upleu;d  \\   1^teelv U    T   ufite,(( ai-Jd, Jo������jeph accoi-ding to tine plans and , sj eciftoa-  Saiwleisin, all  of, the, CJyty  9,! I^dv- j tions may be satisfied    and a1 nulled  Minth, \anoodvei Island, Bntush.Coi-i ,i>y the payment b> tiie Altaic Com  .  Mri^.ia   aiid��������� hereinl.K������QJUi,. as.^ieW-Imittes to the Contractor of the sum  ties ot  tine second  pait, anl hereiii-  of   live hunk]red    and   forty    dollars,  ($540 00)' less such ''sum' as  rHa'y   lie  leVAiired' to'Coyer1 ha'lf ���������������b& eost>*   of  this arhirrationf -'  ������'      *"/ ' *'w3  Dite-d'thi^ <?leMinrn"day"of Jilitf", -A  "D , one thrtus-dWd n.lhe'hv^nlitfcd, and  aitti    leleru-d    to     as the   Athletic  Coimmtt-ee,   .^���������   -    , j  Greeting,���������We,   ihe  uhdeisigned irj-  Itutratois appomtul in accordance  ' ii *  [ jwuh Clause si\ (fi) oi the afoiesaid  Ami iu an   nmsii   lo\eis      In  l������ 1   own  1      .       .    . ^r ,      .. ,. * ���������  '   contract, heiewith make the   ioIIoav-  [" -uiij; -tuaid, LelieMiig tlw* same to -l.^-  -just and    ejljaitai������le     to the-   piirtie.'  she was M'-C(������r.leit a farewell ��������� of _..;alj-.iKlnf;,ga.jd contractor-so far as it ih  most national chanieter, all.AlVe.dtejf-|lt .p^njjr/ comple-t^tg -together w^i  b.eiios iii,,a.rt..at lending,  as   did   atj-^be oiTgiiiai'   drawings and  sr>ecificaj  i  (20, The contractor has failed  complete liis contract according  Jhe terms and siwcificalions aceeptf  ftiy him as suincient.  j (3:) In ehtjering into tlie afor^Si  l-onfract., neither " of the contractiifc*  ^jtirties apjimr to have been eoghi-j  |ant oi" thflji; .���������qwan^ities, ,anv>int. ||f  .work, or c||t iinVolyed. j:| j  !j (1.) Kotlpithstand.iiig. the fuuli5sg  ^expressed ip; Art-iclel-3 of this awaisi  ;ihe iioii-na!Sgity.;oh|ihe Athletic Cdeii  ^1 it toe to jSe CohH|ict-or by reas<i>n;  ^f his faiJ"|| toy^iplete is adinjl-i  .���������'led, eiwceptjMs  the^n,^prqvided,  U*t  mm  ���������sax  -ti     jj ^ i      j    f'VX*1  "   FR\\CI������ H: SHEPHERD;''(si  u ������������������     Ar.hi-tra-tor "to' the'.'Mth:  Coftt.-  .-- JOH.V McLBNN;AN-,"'(s)J-:>' ^^  .-;-���������   '. AUUitrUtor to^the"r������onWacto*cf  .-������������������<��������� john Mcdonald-(sy, u ^ -a*.  i-f. ���������  : Third oi-; Joint ':Atr1bitralbT'.'1'-,;i  Ladysmith, B.C.,  June lipl9fte.  ������������������ Bills of costjs    in c<5rinection~ with  the arbitration    of ihe contract   between D. .Hi'-.Da^s and.-tlie--Athletic  Committee,  of L-adysmith: .  -,K....;t4L: ASheiihet>d. 1,.,, v������������������ ���������-.ii-i5^0O,  j-*.-  Expense*,���������;.. ;...-��������� .<..\..ii-...iiiu7?5   .i-M.,(n  i>.->!     '������������������>':.:   --.:'o <   .i ,1 ~v:-i.i,i'  .-r*  Jolux .McLeDuan > ..--4 :..(.���������:.   John McDonald . ......   .. 5.00  StJait'ioriery ...  ... ...  ..v.    .35  -."->ii>  *6>Z5  $5.00  $5.35  ��������� ������������������ itil  'Ml  I  jf#)^ErlteNf  >.      '   HjiJ^sr;*; .    ��������� ..Sy{.--iii.r'.-.-r^-������; ������������������  :l Manpptchic: parti������s wei-e'Van.t    > .*;;-;  terday'ltoMigslic water, -anjd",f-' illhouch  the ynjji'ijs^jdj.   hot;-shine.\t'H   ������.f    the!  jtimc, liv'fery;Sie seemed- to .ehj-iy Ai^ix  'selves.tfLi^Qhejoi' the idrawibit'ks of trie  a.ft-jJiiodri^'M'IJwieverV' was ihe extreme;  '.-:��������� Total   .......   ...."....-.iv-^.OO  .;: $8.50 to lie asses������ed-"to each partyl  ��������� 'MFiy*,--...    . gj  SAlLOR't  c  JT'ES  um   copy  Say by    Mr.  JowucssfejqjK^he tide, which -pt^ 'ci ted  hi' lnaii^ciis^.s, parties frqitii landing  a-t spot^M'iai'ii'lly visited by ipienicera!  ^t Mie[������-tiBeii, for inst;anc|, it was  i^ipossilip^lor some time^to lanin  ^'en wi^tefSii. I'owhoat-, aiiSil several  parties i^pfei-oh'l-iged to "row to Shell  ie-adi a|0rl������alk   fr������������n'-'tMre  to     the  Double  Summary.  f-hvni-.'d   runs,   Na.inimo, 2  plays,   Miller to (Irahaiii   to   ���������'.    AitV  l-eii.     Intniiiis   pitched   by -Miit'ler,   Ss  11    ii;.il{lael-,!,i.iite 5,   Itolnrss 2.     Hits,    off  Score bv Tuning. |A'i:Her a:  oft  nim-Mnirno 7 ;   oH   Hot  Ob 0 -1 2 li 2 x x-ll   i������l-"'ss   2-        Strecli  out,   by  Muller,   5 ,  20    ;1  tureen iiiIVSiSrde'r to secure refreshments at the stand -erected- by Mrs,;  ScK'huuellev and J\Ir. H. T!horn,le-v<  I'jgwo gentlemen . who were out for a.  4iw yesterday,- were suddeMy con^  -v^icetl that refreshments, were the!  :.iff5x,t ilein on the yrmgranwoe, anil  'fbjd ing |intfche tidfe >vpuld!'not all!  tow them to land hear'' the ' desired;  s'j>o-t, left their *bDat on the oppofjj  sjie skle, at-a spot which is' usua!ly;|  aji island, anri walked a short dis-^f'  tahce around to the. Green..: - In this|  eaie, Die fact that "Time-and -Tide!  M^tiis tor no:, Man ,';'���������;': .was jagain::prL>v-^  ������^ arui by the time the gentle-.nen<  ���������worei a^a-i 11. ready ioueiiijhia.rk, \\tt was'.'i  loptwi that their communication byf:  liivd   with   their  coat  was  cut     oit '  t ?,',! ���������  ahti   they   were obliyr-d,   unless   they1-  ujished   to   make  a   long   detour,     to  ThefolloJWW^ is ^  of a ^t^riSpWetved  Jeff Han nay. from  Sailor Kelly,   and  it n-,i\v������������bofc%jis 'if aS-match will be  arrange:l    that will be  well     woriji  svoeutg:      Kelly    certainly sets '" thb  i^oiv-ery swing"|>n liil{ sentences,   luM  lis evidently a'nxic-us'to conie. '        ftj  \i Deur Sir,���������Letter received, aJjd ffjlrfl  to Iiear from' you, "Vou  \\*ont    t,\V^  Ho chances.at all,  see?    with mo, f������  T will  send   you    enough  for ap peart  anoe, .spe? .,so,.Jyoii  woiit.d^ouU   in  tesbi.lofon'P    s5iow|. up���������-  see?,.--.fc^ta^  (acts.,,   (h,0;w .4,ar.ge���������,.a hottsti did/u voll  ha,\-c, jthere the ,last,,Ume.   J*is*'-- ti^y  rhe how inui-h, (spe,?. so  I. :Caa^co.)ii|  up if  it's worth while,  see?    L, w}I  jierrd  you my  cut- for the-.bills';    anS  jalso send you a sample of the ^ kinl  iijm   shotild--get ���������tlo'he', see?'"-1 vwi]|  ls|nd - - ..money irf"*^*-'letter %&"* a|I  il^arahce,! s0^ you^'r? go^AeaSd,'' 'sWl  [j|i������swer by   retttrri-mail, 'for"!iiiirustl  l*|ow.   I make engagements'-aft-'^b^er.l  pp. first -man, flr-sVjsei?\vd,' see?''"'''*'���������    1  \% Yours Truly,        ^^'^    I  ;^-     ���������SAILOR'KEbt^y.^Sear'*     I  ! ^Vancouver, B. C, June 0th. I!  t-  o^ US  1   1  0  2 2 0 x x-  a 'niackhiirne 2;   1 fulness  1.     Bases on   cross the  water on fooit,  whjch afk>r  UllS  !|the  king  of  Spain still ^uses     thtf-  old-fashioned isMaji^cSiSSPcih   ccrtai;  occasions. r       ,    .;:nr w.^ ijs ../  ' '*)! ���������'.  1 <?ihe ]iop(whaavsele������ter^-mtt|i(niriccntsff  triptych, by a German iwiinter of the  0 0 0 0 0 0  13 x��������� 1  halls, off Miller 2; Blac'jJ-urne 1. Left   se era I   attempt^   they  succeeded   in t seven tee nth    century, as  a   wodding  0 0110012 x���������5   O'-i  hases,   Nanaimo  9,   Fern\v0od,   -i.   doing.  present for 'King Alfonso.  ��������������������������� 1HMMILY imtH  ft A. ILY   LEDCiER  .<������r>aJ-*>tt-'������������������4-fc-" ���������T(i���������*���������**  w  '   -������'..-1 ^ t  Published   e\ery   day   except Su*^/ ������*-.  ���������BY- ;  ���������JTIE DAILY LEDGER   COMI'V-:^\ [  OFFICE  AT LADYSMITK        j  ' 1  -K  -! - :^<x-iii-s,-r��������� > a <e ,->4 ?;.-.  <  i ���������  SUBSCRfl'TION.  One  Year  (in  advance)    . $5.00  One Month 50 cents  c ���������:  MONDAY  Pla."  havm"  B!<���������������aipS^.^ea^EAS.,f     '-idv-sinith, u C  ���������-'.I-Js3aaife^---ia,. ��������������������� .p-^fcSx^  J-.i jn^^ivji^n* ���������  I  :C:;rS!0!i 8  June 11,   lSJOfi ',.-,, ,'    XI-n / 'iW  filty   duels   us   tlie   r������������4t- -*gfl!**tffr\ *$S  All UK JOANS   WON  -<i Ti rp  ('fused to nit opt   a  clialli ���������i?/'  ->i>'���������.  icipt oi the cln:  , WiWpoii.; June- *J ���������In the -mei'tol- J st,nt |jm k wo||,  ���������aial smgh". \ K Wilding, -New  Ireland beat IJoliumhe Hjnl, New  Yark] ������-.*>, :3-d, <)-<>, o-l, S-o Ua\-  Miond- I) Lilile, *iu;ii,-i-n.aii, beat  -Thomas- Pi")idi.\ in, Aiisli almn, (j--,  1-0, 7-.J- <>--' Tile Amci icons thus  won cigli! and the light to play  the Biitish holdeis ol ihe Dwichi  1"    DaMi  challenge cup  JIURDlOltia"   MlISrl    l>l 10  Boston, .June ������.'- Gimsinoi I'uild  announced late this nilornoon that  he rctuscd to giant a iepuc\e ui  one month asked foi m the <ase oi  Charles I, Tuckei who has been  sentenced to bo. elettioi uted dm nig  the weeU hcgmnih" at miilnijtht tonight for the Min-dei ol Afahl ��������� l\>g-'  at   Wusfon   on   Mniih   ISMIi  The Onvei not holds t hit 1 no <>ooil  liasi'M ljas been nrl\.in<ed for ,������ I nether delay.  I  ��������� ������������������I..SL-U io mtepi   ,,   chain :>^   -,;���������������,.���������  ijf ,:v .ijVg^Kfc.,'  bank  cleiA   yha   uas  msiili^    tyi, t.*ifi *������'*'*%'|/'  that   .hocl^H'^^^/V -Jfe^t  Tici  P.  & Co.,   Lid  ^nfU^c/onalll  ,m posmon "'i,u,<  ^j������j*w ton,^w������o/ nn a i  the      usual    -.l.sf.ulm...      ^S^M'V h            U   ^C\^ ""I  upon      I.VI   Mlun   cl.-.U   ^^^ZV;'.!,!     '"^4^:-^ Tfqin     I  ">e   cause      (���������',he���������     uU^'^^-'     "'" ''"'S   B  Sue,   ami   ih.illi-nB. il   'm^l^fj'  *&'������,"     ^'' '^^ ^''V  ''''   "^ ~(''            |  :'::."."..:".J". r. ^Mi^tt������ Km iiami, c-h, ������i,n' i  I'acidc  Coast    .Af.cncy  .CTORIA.   ���������    -     --     _-    - B O  C  o  WIS, & BUMS  k.1^^XU*������i)BCW  hundied    am! I,,,,,   s <fi������pil^/r-������ ,  ^  langcd    loi     tin   rl'^tjr,!^^" ^i'i^hi  with   [.isloK      >-;'.V^X^'.    'Z^-^taU'  Phuc   one   ., I \&'~>i&������ Af^c/i.    bull  being     o.xcl^Vv^*!^. ja((J>    ftt  satisfaction   iv-   ,,-���������'.    {-  tint d  FRASElt ItlVEH   HJCJIL  Quesnel, U C , .rune 0.���������The Eraser Hiw at this place loll six inches dm ing the past twenty-loin  hours and is still, falling Tin n\cr  ��������� tuv  iei<ist������)i!    fi\* tcet  hclow    danger  Soda   Creek,  B C ���������The Fras.-r    Uiv  -er   heie is rising slowly   and   is now  about   ton   feet       below       the     usual  aigh   water   mark        Do   not    anticipate   any sonous    rise this spi ing  Lilloeet, \i C ���������The Eraser Ri\cr  has p'obalih icached its highest  stage this spiing, \'. hah is ������bont fifteen feet lielow oidinaiv high-water mark 'Ihe i\\t*r \������ now at a  slnndntill  All Thomas "\1<- .all of Xanai-  ���������nio, has rented the old Hauling  siote building on Commcti i.il siieet  and put it in shape He will open  Um same on ^lonrla.N next llr -Mc-  I'hian \\ii' loi home .\oais engaged  in (Ik^ boot and shoe business ha\  iiu> a lepair shop ���������. ��������� oiiuvit ion in  Lad,*, smith lie     is _(     (hoi oiiyhlj  g-ood    and   tellable   woiUinen  Sew \\m\h Coi,  .iui> io to i:>  Denver  August   7, S, <).  known    as     dit   Ladysmith   Shaving  Pallors,, lhtfi St., I   intend, by keep  mg compelent   f/orkmrn, to conduct  a first-class establishment,  and  spectfully   soiicli  your patronage.  1HDMAS LEWIS  Esqtiimalf- Jt Nanaimo Railw?y  'Tinif Tablr Xa. .*,V  EflcctLe xlpril 2(th,  iiiOf.  iraii^  ieo*-e  ' ������u\ smith  tor   \ictoria and  ail   unci mediate  stations    ai  !) 10 a.m   d.,ili, und at 3 00 p.m   or    uednesdavs,  MaluidaAs,   and     Sim-  ii. ���������. s  'li.iiis   I .I- ( ^ ������ adysmith   for  ������Vell in������ton   dm!   all   inteiincdiale  station  -I1  1! ���������"''  'tm   d.tilv, and   at 7:00 p.m.   on    \\pdi!i'stla\s,  Saturdavs   an!  fsiindajs.  Excursion Tickets    ^ ^^  -  OX SALE TO  AND   FROM ALL STATION'S  good inr  gojrig jonrney  Saturdayr   > ni Sundays,  retuin.hg not later than  the following  Monday.  ���������  - - %j -,     . . i       \ f  c. , ,     ' ���������-f Steamer Jaan   Sails from l������jysmith fat ViaeoiiTer every Saturday at fi 00 a.ui  and  leiiiinin^ sails fr������m  Vancouver    lor   T.ad?si<iith at 2 30 i> n������.  :       p.L.Conrtney,  l>i>tricfc Pesseiifttu* Agent  38 Go\eminent St ,.Yicloria. B.C.  **v������* -in j-jx. *\ *  To  Se|>t. .S, 9, 10.  Toronto  JO  75  ONE MORE   SHANGHAIED.  The niovincial, police ha\e been in  iormed thajt^ (Jieie- is a man on     the  way  to YaJico'tiver fiom  South    America  who wa> shangliAicd  on   board  a sailing shij) not many  months ago  It is understood that he was a   passenger on one of-the Empiess   steamers  and  was  crimped  on  lm>    ain-  val.     A South  American  port     was  the first point  where he could    leau-  the ship, and  from- inffp-mation  giv-  ���������n be intends to ''make it hot"   for  sonxftiody when he ainvies  in    Vancouver.  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A Buys'  Camp, held at Tusket Palls in Au-  igu-st, I found MINARD'S LlNLMEN'l)  most beneficial foi sun bum, and immediate r,ehel for colic and toothache.  ALFRIJD   STOKES.  General Secretary  110W  TO   Kit EAR   UP   A  COf.  '  it   may   he a surprise  '.o inuny   '^  learn that a seveie cold can he completely    hioken up     in  one m     t\ui  days'   tune      The   firsi   syiup', mis i,F  a cold   is a   diy,   loud  coiw.h,  a pio  Tiisc waleiy discharge fion :'i;   e-o,  and   a  thin,   white coiii'i!*  nil      tie  tongue.     When Chuuilherlain'.s   Cornell  remp������dy is taken eveiy hour on     tin*  liist appeal.inee of  thesj   svinplom^,  it  counteracts the effect  of tlie cold  and restores tho system to al.oillh*.  condition  within a   day  oi   Uvo    Eu  ������le by Ladysmith  Fhaimacy.  \T DEFIES  roiuri-yriTiOS  FOR THE BIGGEST  B.if.GAINS IN  Wall Papers j  Cat! on J, [, Smith  House and Sign Painter  > |  Are Ion (Join; fast? ;  Then be  aura yoat  tickets read   il������  tk������ ;  North Western Line   |  The only line uoiv making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  Ehiongh 'tramfl fiom the Pacifli  OoAbt. , !  TtiB     SHORTEST     LINE, TF  FINEST  TRAINS,   THE   LOWES",-  S-?S'^:^^^^JTi%R_^:?.yKSS^������ffiivS^j^ATJ������,   THE  FASTEST TIME.,  I 13ETWEEN '     !  is������l MINNKAI'OLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CF1I-  lyjOAriO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CT'I <"  iljand   ALL POINTS EAST. 1  Ju\\  June J, R, 7, 21   25.  /  2, .3,   Aug.  7,  S,   !).  T 0 A L L  P DINTS.B  h'or ]>.'utjculais  call   on     or  utite ]���������/   I*]. Blackwood, Gen-  cial   Aa,ent,,   Vjctoii.i,  B.C.  A.    I).     OhaiUon,   A G.P.A.,     ||  N.P.,   Poitlaml.Oie.    |  ������  g RAYMOND & SONS  ���������D&ileii   111���������  Tiiitic,   Pla*-ler Paii",    UncK  Fitc   Hue",   nail   V.uicouvci is-     fe. '  r,\    For ooiui'letc infotmation  ask-v  ;���������     lai'd  cenicnl.  I    3 Pliiidoia SI.  Vu lotia  H C.  *| 1 local p.ij;ent or Avrlte,  ������.  F. W. PARKEllr  General   A*^^  lit  "ri  \ve>    S*>alMfl������ ��������� ���������  te^BS9e?g������**5*5S8ai������fl^i������S3^  TRADE  MARK  SJjsdcr New fllanaKiiient  hotel Wilson  Jus. R. f?icKinne!i, Prop.  NANAIMO  Ouinrueioial Mens'  head in.ivtcrs.  Modern   and      Ml 1 icily Pirst Cla������s  Kire Proof     BuildiHe-  THE JONES HOTEL  fiel What Yb  -Ask For  5'  23  Unscrupulous .dealers have  been : known to ' place -inferior  boots'in out car toons,and represent them 'as "LECKIE  BOOTS." Don't. be imjiosod  upon. ' There are .no. others:  "JUST.  AS.GOOD,"  The ahoi^e ��������� trade mark is' i,tl-'  I   delibily  branded  on  the     solo  of    every,, gejiuine "LEOKlii:  . BOOT." . { It, stands for ALL  ''LEATHER:BOOTS made    to  .resist    the .roughest' .western'"  wear.  Ask  for   and .INSIST   ii|>oii  getting-.LECKIE BOOTS.  fiOTGL   DOMINION  --Ti.-i'is "i-i :;r< fitai^i.r.o���������  F-3 lo  all "itei'inh' )'t   1 ini'ijice and  r'.ilv-ny dfoolo. ICIeili v >t'*- e-'i'tv fiv-  m-n'itoe to ill pa-IP ���������>! ibe iM'j '-ar  a-i.J table nnexeelh-l.  F. T3AYNES, Piopnetor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  .���������WHITE   OOOK��������� .  and  -WJ1IT15   LABOR���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.) 1  GATACRE   STREET-     Ladysniithj.  Best accommodation for transient  /\nd permanent boarders and lodger*.  ORAND       HOTEIl  This new Hotel has been comfort!-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  d������te Hates (1.00 a day and ������p-  w\rd8.  WM. BEVERIDQB, Prop.        !  S^tUaatft :*���������: .*_��������� :*.: ;M.- Laarani^h  '"Tic!,������t'and-"Freight Office,  75    -  Go\ eminent Street. ?  2    Transcontinental  0  Trains Dai-3T     L  . The New Train,,     ,���������    fi  CRIENTAL LIMITED 'J,[  Tbe Train of      n ," ' |  Ease,' TEle'gance/'Excellenc'e.     I  Every mile a juctiue,   and  no1 smokfe to "spoil "the ' view. *  - ���������   Through Compartment, ' Oh- ;  ', servation .and  Pullman  Slcei*-  ers;    also . Through    Tourist '  Cars.to Chicago.     ��������� '' -���������' !  . At anticSteamship 8usines������ to.Europe  <: .jjs our Specialty    - -   .'���������-  -  Union,    Terminals   with   all  i. Steamer-lines .-  Berth  reser\ atlons - by  wirel-  ." Great Northern S.S. Co.-  FOIi  JAPAN   AND'CHINA.'  Steaimships Minnesota and Da-  i kota-sail from Seattle for Jia-  pan    and China ports at   ire-J  ,(f,nenr dates.   \ Exact    sailing1  <!atcs can he secured upon application 4o any Great North-  el ii. representative'.'  S. U: -YERtfES,       '     "      -  :,u.j >A.CU?.A4,'Seattle, Wash. '  tE.o3t. iSTERIlSN,5 iui '���������" '  l  .Gen. < Agcut.'ayietoria, B.C.  fti J, HENRY'S  NURSIES   GREEN-  HOUSE* AND SEiD  HOUSES  S110   Veatminster Road.  ���������VAlVCODVEII.  Headquarters for-  [., PACIFIC QROWN Oarden. ilela   ^^  . anJ flower SEEDS  for distribution. ;  Large   stock   or Home  Grown FRUIT and OR-  - NAMENTAL     TREES  now matured for Spring.  " No expense, loss or  delay of fumigation or inspection  Let me fiice yom list  before  placing your   order. Oreennouse Plants,  ' Floral Paokages. Pertili-  , zers. etc.  ,'3010  Westminster R������ad.  VANCOUVER, B.  C  ' !.'T  s  2������ .2%,  Bras.  ��������� -    'j.'.Peai ritav..,':'^ -  Pianos   & Organs  l-adysniith, B.C  if'     r i  * taJ.rf.   -  ", Plumbing and Tinsmilhing  DONE  AT  Reasonable Prices   My   J. ANDERSON  ., Leave orders at Peterson'? Furn -  tu're Store, or telephone No 5h.  p    VOU    WANT  AGOOD   first Class   Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS  Ol'EtV FIRST  AVENUE.  !     THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     i  4"  4,  |   ^11 PURCHASERS, AND 5MELTER3 OF COPPER, OOLD AND  +  ���������J-  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH,   B. C.  h I 1  A M   II I. \ I 1   11  1 I KMsIl    KUDU-,  BAU SUI'l'LII'D V. 1TK HI'.- T  W1NKS, LIQUORS, CICAK-  IT*  A   .1. McA-iURTU'E, IVoprletor  .V-jwly fitted up and  luirnislicd  t  ���������   HEAD'1 OFFICE '  | DUNCANfS ST/pi*.'  Vancouver island, B. G\  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  +  *  4*  +  *  4*  -, **^^^-������*-l--l^*t^^^t--tr^4--t:4.^|tf4.^^^^^i.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  (^������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������i.  I.^.^..������. ������������������-���������������������������������������������.���������.^..���������..���������..o..������..j..������������.������..#..������...,.,..#^���������.���������-^���������  u.^sAinii,.. c  Onod; tables and good    f  Rooms .  POR'TI  AND i-j  DAVID HVN'DS,  rrop.  HOI  L.  I'.or.n  ;il reasonable-  Rates  The bar is extra   well  Stocked .--  STOVES! , STOVES!  wfarf making HEATERS and RANGES of  IJjt^ styles and FSfewe^t Pattei-ns--We do  \  ^!I *firtj!* ofFbuhdily ^nd F^epkir Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  tadysmith Stove & IronWorks Co: Ld '���������' j  This   Hi'tt'l   linn    Lefm  eoaipletcly       renovated.  Hoard  hbiI  lodging $1.00 per day  O T bL    PR  JOHN THA, Proprietor  liar   Supplied   with   the  IWst    Wines, 1st Avenue :-:  :-:  ���������-���������  Ladysmith  B.C.  ���������Li(|iior.s-  and Ci^aiK.  TELEPHONE .53  ���������P. O. Box da.  ��������� ���������  T  oRETORIK  THeOITYj7^HRKeT  ,; /ii.j, j R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Ladysmith B C.  DUNDEE^  4       WM.   MKNSfh:,   I'lTHident    ./.  W.  CORDRN,  Mana^iny  Direetor.  Teli-'pliuno  '1-b.  ioe  .adysmfth Lumber Co. Ltd,  *  *  Scotland's Best..  Manufactured by'  I LI  VANCOUVER, 8, G-  f Kfltl'l BAF (0.  Sole Agents for B, C,  s-va**-������  y  5 MILLS   AT   KI0D1OK    AND   1,AI>V SMITH-  ^ S������Hirio-8<e-s o. Speo  i������  <��������� MANI.IICAUTUKERS  OF   ������ lioiijrli mid s>re.sse������l Fir and (X*dar JL-uinbera  ' LATHS,   SHINGLES,   'MO ULD1NGS,      ETC.,     ol    the  BEST  *��������� QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  * FINISHING LUMBER IN STOCK  i;i{H?^and; faperhanging  Neatly and Artistically Done  ���������-������������������'���������   i Orders  Promptly   Execute  *.^i- - ���������   LADYSMITH  S. ROEDL>ING  ���������^^.^.���������������������������������������������������������������^������������������^���������������������������������������������^^���������^������������������'������������������������������������������������������^���������:f*-+**  It 4-^  t LACsrSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD.    KURN1TUR1   MOVED PROMPTLY A    ND SAFELY.  Staples In tbe resr W the Ladysmith hotel.     Lear? ordi.-rs at   the  Abbots      ford.  :i-u  J    WASKETT,    PROP  t4^-������-t^^4--i-4-M-H-->--h->-++>^t>>-������--������ t-H-t-H-M-M-H-H -H-t-M->-������-+-^->-^������ 1 ^Ko'T^iit'JSSssv'ixiVde^tx.'iSKf^Lii^ruiii* '*jriw^wr'  THE LADISM1TH 1>AILY LEDGER  33C  i������������������������H;~'f  LODGES  1ADYSMITH TEMPLE, No. 5.-  Kathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' iiall e\ery 2nd and lth  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  IU. of R. &. C.  J11L8ERI  OS ���������' ������ESt_������-aSS*  '5**-^2s*. ������i  k  t'M'II.I)   AiVCJENi       OKDt'it   OJ.  DRUIDS  Wellington C������io\e No 4 U. A U 0  Meets it- flic ��������� I* O O .!������' 1 la.il, Iu  ���������lysmitli, Ihe Second and lVir������������  Wednesday-- of enb month, coi .-mtr.r-  ifig Wednesday,   l.'ith..  1905.  Visiting Druid-;     pr������ invited   in 3t  tend  Mv Oi let  WM   R A ITER,  Uecf -;*���������������������  ���������MTRICK lUIf'K. N    1  Dr. Dier can b������������ Initm! atvanv f ��������� r  at his office on Gatacre st. His dc-  tal work is gtarantced to be Are*--  class and rates reasonable ���������*������������������.  Parsley Dye Works  Fancy Dyeing and  Cleaning. C1m,ilies icasonaible, et������.    Work Oiiarantccd  Lommercial St. ��������� Nanaimj, B. C.  NOTICE  From this date the undersigned  will not be responsible foi any1 Indebtedness incurred except on a  writ ten oinrr signed by the secretary  Rowland  Maxhin.  V.   |.   EXPLORATION *. DEVF'-  OPMENT CO.. LTD.  Von Personal Llabll'ty  Vw'>',������    ������   I1     Mix  ISMi.  ������������������0#  LADYSMITH  iJAKEKY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PAST in  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Calve*  'Hade   to  Cider  FRUITS   AMD    CAND1EH OF ALL  KINDS.    FKESH   BR LA J  EVERY   DAY  Prices    are    ���������Vcrj Reasonable  C'ustomois are .Treated Alike.  HOP  f.EB ft CO.  ON THF,  ESPLANADE  MEA-T TO DE INSPEC TED.  London, .Ji.no H.���������The ofllror select-  ������-d hy War Secretary ilaldaue to pi o  fed Lo the Cnite.t States and inspect  all tins ol meat ml ended ft- lhoJJn  ti^h   Army   is   Lieutenant Colo-ieJ  j'eicy Ewe Uobbi, clu. i :n-.l riiclor  of the army .service Corps *<chool ol  instruction at Alder<?hot. ile "ill  piortvd   to   Aoieiiea   shortlv  UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  There are many people w ho    ha^ e  TO TEST  BRITAIN'S  DEFENCE  UoiifJun,      .Inn.-   0 ���������-Although  lia.-> noi   it't bt-e������  deflated tlie  Ui/uliun   ol   Llie    Buti.sh    flee I  practically   accomplished   today  used Cliamhfeilain's Colic, Cholera'lfc ivndy lo meet all eventualities  and Diarrhoea Remedy with spltwhd'and ropu-1 liu- expected attack of an  results, Wut who are unknown be- 'imaginary enemy now a.ssenibl- d off  cause they have hesitated about giv-lthe west count of Ireland, and threat,  iug a testimonial of their expeiience rainy to male ��������� ti-'M.nt on t'ho  foi publication.   These��������� people,  All  how-  o\er, are none the less friends of  dJif remedy. Tliey have done much  to make it    a household    word  w. sn J1"  ^ENEKAL fcXPRESS AND  PELIVEBY  WORK  PROMPT!,V  D<  .Leave orders at f,bn Abltotsrord  M. ft. SIMPSON  SollclUr.   EU  Handy  to   Loan  t. Avmu? LAOYSiVI H  ��������������������������������������������� ���������+������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������+������+  Coal     Oil   Ei'giies  For Launches. Fiihlnir Boats. Etc  Stationery Engines  for all Power Purposes  Simple, economical, Reliible  2        Absolutely no danger,     '  I Ho Electric Sparkers or Bat-  ��������� teries  ^          to get out of order.  X    Write us tor Particulars   1      Rochussen & Collis  X   7 Yates St.  Victoria. B. C  ������ Machinery  Agents.  ���������������������������������������������   ������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������  jTPIERCyiGDl  j Manufac tin era Of.���������  coast   ui    England  The ������i cut oil aggregation oi lighting ' lijjis ever assembled, totalling  hy 32.1 -.hip-, of various t\ pes and thirty  their personal recoinmenidalions '(p thousand men is participating in tho  fiiends and neighbors. It w :i goodniiml(. Wttt(tiVl> which ,������. designed to  medicine to haue   in  Ihe home   :t\d '  war  mob-  uas  It  is widely Lnown for its cures -f di-  Airhoea and tall forms of 'liiwel I rouble For-sale by Ladysmith Pli.i-  iriacy  spoil!     tho   efllcienc,}    of   the new Ad-  niiialty  ot tho defence of th������  and    commerce     on  ce.^?.u  !  FACfORY  .Mannfacturcrs of the Famous'  CUBAN   BLOSSOfl  None bit   Union Labor    Employed  n  .1.  BOOTH. Prop  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  WHOLESALE DRY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  EXCELLENT  train Service  CHICAGO; LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Aliil tlie PrlQclpal BualnesBCentcrnof  Ontario, Quebec, and the  (Maritime Province*.  AISO TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS. |  Tor Time Tublei. etc., addresa  CEO. W. VAUX,  Auriaunr Oi'u'l faseenger and Ticket AicMit,  13B ������P������������������ Sr. CHICAGO, AC.  Express Work  Light Teaming  Orders  With���������  Wood and   Bark  for sale.    S������e J.   KEMP, or   leave  W. CARTER.  .FIRST AVENUE  PHONE     6 0  J<BMHnBMB������KaBflB������SHBHMBflBHBB  0LA5S     GLOBE5  U'licn you want a Glass globe  see that, you get the glohe  with the ruhiber ring on it,  as it is the only fcind I hat  can Keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rnl^ier t ing  cannot Keep out water, y0u  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  . with the rubber rings, is guar  on (red to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Kuhlier Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X. .Jones, agent for  MB.NRY     CREW.  The only  got  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Coasumera are requested to call at  the office    oh Roberts   Street  ������y Water    R*tes, between the 10th   and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours 1P.M. 4 30  MBLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  place you can  ���������;��������� Them.;.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French ���������** Wreath'-Co., of London, -Paris,- Melbourne, S. A.,  Corrr.Coinox' Rd^a?TVIilton St:  NANAIMO, B.C.  ������������������"���������"������������������'������������������*������..#������.������..#.*������..4.(0,.4.a#..  First  Class ),    : I  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD''AND S'ARK "FOR'S'A-IJE    AND    DELIVERED. ;  '.i^'-i.'^-'vV���������>':/���������; ;<EiXP-RE"-'SS ATOftK. -. .��������� ''  Bf !������������������������������������:���������  DAVID JOHIMSON  PHONG 65 tADVSMITH  f  i  ..������������������������������������"������������������������������������~������  ..������������������:������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'.������.������������������'���������"  GENERA! BLACKSMITH SHO!  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT   NOTICE.      DRILL.-  SHARPENED BY US      ALWAYS    GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������-PICKS HANDLED A Hit REPAIRED���������   '  -S HIPSMITHIN G    IN      UL   ITS   BRANCJIKK  Horseshoers and Genera'. BUicksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street   -      -    -     -   Ladysmith, B l  ������������������[������������������^���������������������������'���������l^-j-^HI-  ! ICEl  ICE!    ICE!  .Will be Delivered, on  Mondriys,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and  Saturdays  -Orders-must be in  by eleve  n,;���������o.'.ciock on day of Delivti-y.,  Union  Orewina  T Limited  t NANAIMO    B. C.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any     available    Dominion    Lands  within the Railway Belt    in British  Columbia, may be   honiesteaded    by  tiny person  who is  the sole head   of  a   family, or any male over e ghteen  years of age, to  the extent of    one-  1 quarter section of  ICO   acres,    more  'or less.  j    Entry must  }ye made personally at  ��������� the local land office for  the district  in  which the'land isi situate,  j   TJic homesteader is required to perform  the conditions  connected  lliere-  ." with    under    one    of the    following  ��������� plans:    # ,  J    (1) At least six   months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land     in  j each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the \icini-  ty of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied hy such person residing with  the father or inotlier.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned-by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the retirements as (o residence may he satisfied by rcsidi-Mo  upon the said land.  Six    uionthe'    notice     in     writi.  should be given  to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa nf intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres enn he ncA-piired by one'individual or company. Royalty at the  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,00n  pounds shall he collected on the  (jross output.  W.  W.   CORY,  Dsputy of ifiR "Minister cf Interior  system  British coasts  the   high   sijur,  One of ihe most interesting fea-  tuivfr j-> to be the colled ing of  British incrchaninien at certain  point'., nn'l t,-onve\iiiM them to home  points.  The force is divided into two fleot.-,  tho ".Rod" British, consibtrni; of 235  vessels, including (Hi torpedo bants  and Mibmnnne s -'tiluc'' the enemy. con-.istiin> of 00 warships with  on I    torpi'fld  boats    or  submarines.  Admirals -Sir Arthur WiKon and  Lord Chailes nerrvsford command  the '-Rid" fli^et, while Vice Admiral Sir William -May commands the  enenij. rlho manouMW are divided  Into  two  sections.  First���������The attack and dijfen.se of  (he coast, one in which torpedo  craft and submarines will play an  important   part  Second���������The defense of t he seaboard, commerce and lood supplies,  and at the same time maintaining  the inviolability ������u" the English  coasts.  Admiral Ma,\ is now concentrating  tlie Atlantic llo^t and tho first cruis  ������r Sfiuardon, ihe latter mulct 'thu  command of Vice Admiral Prince  Louis of J'attenhui-g at lierhnvcn  The Miemj 's territory tonsistiiifi of  Ireland, Scotland and the Channel  Islands, while Admiral Wilson witk  the . Channel fleet together with  the reserve vessels has taken up strat-  ���������gic positions- along the i-oast of  Jfcigland  Lord Rerosfo'-d j? iTediterrancan  Mipadron, with which cousta.nl wireless co-fiimuiiK-ation ia kept up, ifi  centered at Gibraltar in readiness to  ���������pei-ate in.the protection of merchant .marine against raids of the en  ���������ray on their routes.  | Gi"eat actiriti' prevails at, Ports-  mQUth, Sherness, Portland, ,. Mil-  ford, Cardiff and other ports which  .will be placed on a war 'footing; '  For the first time army .officers  ar������ being embarked on the warahipfl  so as so enable them to become fam  ilar with naval affairs in their bearing, on -military '-operations, nu:.'.  The nrcft of the manoiivres is between 60 and :W deiyep,s north lat-  itudn and ton degrees- east and 20  degrees west longitude, they will,  continue  until    noon    July  2.-  The "Sunshine" furnt&e and  funnj- ways are. synonymous.  The cold; ilreary winter days" can  ,be made cheery and .warm with a pure,  healthful heat if you have a "Sunshine "furnace.  Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel and  " shines " in many other ways over common-furnaces.   ,  Two shakers are used to shake the heavy] trim*ularT  shaped grates. This justJ cuts the work of shaking  dow?,in/h*lf! besides being easier on the furnace tlian  the old oue-flbaker ttyle. ,     / . '.',  ~  Sold by enterprising deal-.  era everywhere. '-  ������  Booklet freev���������'   J f ??��������������� vt    on?v.<ff  air btL-S  rti-i :  9  ,  'J!  -r   ,> - r. .-,  j Vuraotivn. lirAK U*xb,?oh.  The Ladysmith Hardware WMtigents  RUSSIAN REVOLT      ;f ,;  BOUND TO COME  Warsaw, June 9.���������The revolution',  ai-y movement is .increasing.-- Be-  ���������iween six and seven o'clock this ev-.  .ening m different parts of- the' city/  bands ol Ten-ousts simultaneously  [attacked twenty government alcohol stores, and threatening the  clerks with revolvers robbed- them  i cash and stamps In,'some of tho  tores fights ensued, and infantry  imny patiols were called .out to  restoiv order, l.wo Terrorists -wero  cilled, and one Cossack ottlcer, a  soldier  .and-three   clerks weie wound  Ml.  lette;-    reached  St. Petersburg,  here^ from Count  Wftte who left Russia, May -29 'for  Brussels from, where he was to bo  to CJermany is couched in a , very  pessimistic twne. He bcliewi-. ��������� the  Itussian government, is^throwing a-  wajr its chance of appeasing parlia  ment, and rendored certain a conflict within-a,brief period. , ,  St. TVytorsburg-, ,��������� Jun&-^9.���������The Eov  ether , Ka-ssk r.regiinent, rwhich' is- located Hear., StJ-iI'etersburg,'is practically in" a state of open mutiny It  was. under orders - to proceed to the  Baltic-provinces t but the men refus-  June 9.���������A private ^ ed to go * -  {DEATH  OF'-A."BAIiACL*A.VA.-   GAt'-:  |:--- :'\-;:-v'' TAIN.'--i"J'"f'::-"-'i;' :ri~  j Sir William Gordon, Baronet oi  Earlston, 'died a few days ago'^' -He  led  the   left squadronl of thiaJ   l?th  Sunlight: Soap Is bftter than other so������p������, but  is belt when used in the Sunlight way.  Ituy Sunlight Soap and fallow Directinnc  Ask for Miiiard's and tatoo no other  .NOTICE. .*  I, tlie undersigned Jane McMillan,'  administratrix of John Hugh McMillan, deceased, herehy. give notice j  that 1 intendp at the next sitting of  the Board of License Commissioners  for tho district of South Nanaimo,  to he hohlen at Ladysmith on the  l;">tii day o! June, l.'lOG, to make application to that honorable body for  a transfer of the hotel licenses to  sell intoxicating liiquors under the  provisions of the Statutes on that  behalf, in the premises known and  described hs the Tunnel Hotel; at  Extension, British Columbia, from  the said John Hugh McMillan to  Alexander  J.   McMillan.  jane McMillan, ;.  .Administratrix, of .John- Hugh. McMillan.  Dqpcers in the charge of the Light  Brigade at BalaclaVa. He received  four sabre wounds and was dismount1  ed:,    He succeeded, however,/ in ^^eickv  ing  the British  lines, -and was ' promoted  Captain  next    'day.- He���������ilso'  served 'with the   17th Laiicers. in1, tke  Indian Mutiny, when Field  'Marshall  SirEvelyn' Wood   was  one of the" sub  ulterns;      Sir.   William   Gordo*  "'retired   from   the army  iiv '1864';:being;  ..then������������������- in command;. of "his   regiii'iient'.  He had the British, French and Turk  ish'decorations   for the   Crimea   aiid'  the   liidian   Mutiny   medal.      Sir William   was ��������� 76   years   at'the ' time "of  Ais d������a.th.   ���������__o :���������-.  'Atlanta,   Georgia,"' June   9.���������Information received hero   by tin;  'Postal  Telegraph    Company  says   that      tho  'passenger  train on  the    CJcorgis  railway    which .left    Atlanta    at      ii:30  o'clock     was wrecked     this evening,  four miles cast    of    Ivakaka,  -      The  news was brought,   to  Camamby    ri  'trainman   \\!ho   had   run   the  distance  to   report,   the   accident.      He'     could  give ouly  information    that tho train  running   at   a rapid   rate had run  into  a  siding  a������d   that   many  persons  X<f MORE SWAG; ;  Washington, June ^9.���������The bill pro-  iiibit ing corporations from making  money contribiittions in connection  with polittca.1 campaigns was passed  today by the senate.  were killed.  Dr.R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All  worl;   guarantor!  and at reasonable  rates.  RESIDENCE   AND OFFICE  Gatacre Ft Ladysmith  Open at all hours.  ! Augusta, C'oorg-ia, June 9.��������� A.  rt-reck of a passenger train is re  ported -ok the Georgia railroad a-  bput thirty miles from here, and it  iKrsaid the engineer and fireman and  13 passengers   nre killed.  THE VERY BEST REMEDY '  FOR BOWEL  TROUBLE  -Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old and  weli'-known "residea't of BJuffto-  Ind., says: "I. regard Ghamjb-erlain*.-  Golic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem*-"  dy as the very best remedy for bo-;  ,wel trouble.. I make this statement  after having used the remedy in my  family for several years. I am isv-  er: without it." This remedy is almost sure1 to be needed before th ���������  (summer is overf Why not buy  it now and be prepared for sucl'  an emergeney?    For sale hy    Lady  smith Pharmacy,  LONDON   INVADED A:./���������-���������  ��������� -���������r---y- ��������� '&?��������� ���������-CHURCHMEN-  LoU'doh.^.^Junql -���������  9.���������Thirty .three  ������I>ecial:;.trains^brought,   to '-Iloridon  this ..morning 'tkirtteti  thousanit' JUan-  cashire  Lchurclimeu    to   protest      a-  gainst  the ; Education Bill. -The pro^  testei-s; pro'Cce<ledr!:'to " Regent's park  where 'tliey- iiiassed; -and'  accompatii  ed'-'b'y bands -'6f ihiisic' aiid    carrying  baria'ers,   ma'rehed  through   the'1 prih- ,  cipal thoroughfares to. Albert, 1 tall.--.  ; The procession "was headed by   thj  Bishop's"of" London  and" Manchester,  and" included   niriny   clerg.yiiien.     The  chief   resolution    .submitted    to     tin:  meeting    .recorded   a em.p'hatic    protest.'against   the   bill -on the ground  that it is destructive of all form   of  religious . instruction, in   the -elerneii-  fca-ry.--schools-'   . r.. ���������    .'.::   :������������������"'   :.     :  It  also  contained:   the    statement  that  the: .only true safeguard of   re- ���������  iigioiis':.education  in,  the   schools     is  the   -continuation'    of  denominational  Schools. '   -    "  T-htt visitbrs for the most part  woiSe' factory employees, forming a  typical Lancashire crowd;' but all  classes Were represented, and' they  all came at their own expense. Consequently tho protest' was more significant than most of such demonstrations.  "���������'��������� Robert Emmett,  an " *mr*lpyee      Of.  the   British   Columbia   Electric Rail-;  way   Company   was   fined    $25     and  f'costs  iii   the   Vancouver police court  Friday   morning   for   using      grossly  insulting   lnnguag-e.      The   complainants wero If. T.  and H. B. Barbour, ���������  two employees of the British     Columbia   Telephone   Company.     This      is  just, another   chapter   in   the    trouble  which  is browing between the   union  and non-union men as a result of the  strike     at the Telephone   Companys  office. .: .  Keap Minard's  house.  Liaimeat    .in    the THE L\DTSMITH DAILY LEDGER  Smith, fotos,  That's All!  WANTED���������Man  to work at the Tyee  Smelter.     Apply at once to  II. WRIGHT,  1 Smelter Foreman.  Local Items  Mrs. \V.  Hols ton   larmerl  morning  (rain today.  on     the  Mrs.  J.  Stewart left on tlie moin-  intr  train  for  Clieniainns.  Air. .mil Mrs. R.   Gear, of this city,  spent yesteiday  in  Nanaimo.  TO READERS OD  THE  LEDG  Readers of The Ledger will today  notice that we have issued a six-  column instead of a se\ en-column pa  per, as usual- We aie compel le.i tu  do this ojwmgVto the fact that when  our order was placed some \vce'<s  ago for more paper with the Anglican Type Foundry, it was iiupo-=i-  ble to sccuie the regular seven- > >'i-  } umn paper, and after waiting as u>i.&  as possible we were obliged '.p. crder  a smalL supply of Paper" of the  present j-i'/e. We will, however, be  enabled 'to resume our usual edition  as Suon as shipments anivo from the,  Kast.   o-'   NANAIMO  N1WS   NOTES  Mrs.  and  RKss  C'avcrley  spent yesteiday  visiting   friends   in   Nanaimo.  Work af the Tyee Smelter will he  resumed on Saturday next, and will  continue until July 1  The City band aie lu\ iny tickets  printed for their nvonUghl excursion  which is to  l>e held shpitlv.  D0 not forget that Miss Dahl, the  Norwegian songstress, will appeal  here on Thursday evening, June 21  Mrs.  Totty,  wife of the Re\.  Totty,  of    Moisehide,  AlasU,  has been visiting the Rev.  Mr.  Mrs.   Bowen,    left this morning  Victoria.  V*-.  ic  .m:l  [or  Among those who spent Sunday m  Nanaimo, returning on the morning  train were- Mi. and Mis .1. Adam,  Messrs. W. Akcnhoad, R. Simpson,  and S.  Freethy.  Mr. Jas Adam, while in Nanaimo  yesterday, interviewed Mr. T. C'.Uder  head regarding a baseball match to  l������ played between the Clerics of La-  daysmith and.'those of Nanaimiio Mi  Calderhead will take steps in the  matter." and a game will likely he  arranged lor  the near  future.  Mr. H. Fulton, and Mr. E. Rruw-  lands were passenger* l0 Victoria on  the morning train, where (hey go io  attend the Grand Lodge sessifm of  t*e Oddfellows While in Vicloiia,  Mr. Rowlands, who is on ��������� the transportation committ.ee for the first of  July celebration, will interview Several  0 P.R.   officials  regvaidiiig   train  accommodation. for celc| I'at-ion day.   o   AT THE ABBOTSFORD.  D. Smith, Toronto.  F.  J.  Hall,- -Victoria.  W. B. Townsend,   Rossland  J.   C.*I)evlin,  Victoria.  .   ,         o   A MODERN'  ARCADIA.  A traveler who rLConlly visited the  coast of Labrador--.says* that no where  on -earth are life and property held  so sacied as , in that little-know-n ajmj  barren land. A thousand miles of  lonely seaboard, akwi������ which is scattered a population of srflne ten thousand people, ajjiom one-third of whom '  are white, would seem to give every'  opportunity for crime, yet there is  no police '.rilficer of any kind, no  court and mo jail. Nor are they  needed. Tho only criminal charge  within fifty years was one against  an Eskimo who shot a rival .in love.  In addition to the resident population, the coast is v.isitcd every summer by ��������� about ten thousand Newfoundland fishermen, and while Newfoundland itself -is not /by any means  free from criminals., none appear to  come from the fishers, or else the  example of the natives' of 'Labrador.  causes them to refrain from any  wrong-doing while there. -About' <lf)  years ago a circuit .court, visited the  coast every summer, but as it found  nothing to do, it was abolished.  Now should any serious charge be  made against a man a. magistrate  woiiild .-ii^* sent, fromi NewfoiitMll-ajul to  ia vest i gate, it.���������'Harper's  Weekly.  Nanaimo,  13.C, May !).���������  Mrs. William Hunter si-., oi llali-  biu-tou Sueet U'lL jesferduy morning on a iwi io hot" daughter, Mrs  U. Friend, who resides in Kenton,  Washing Lou.      When       Mrs.       Hunter  o  Jell the city yesterday it was lor  tho first lime in over thirli years,  ������.nd the last time she was in Vancouver, ihat cily.wliuli now, loh-  lams iienrly f>0,UUO inhabitants  was only a small village containing  onl.N a lew sitaiks and' was not  tli-.ii known u.\ ill.- ii.one m \ ;ui  couver.  . Mrs. l-Junter 'was' accompanied on  her trip to Kenton b\ her son and  d.uigluer-in-law, Mr. and Mrs ,\V11-  liam lliuUer, N'icol Stieei .Mi "and  .Mrs. William Jluhter will return  home on Wednesday, while Mis Hunter,    sr ,    will   spend    a  longer    vibiL  with her daughter.   .������.   Sunday, June 'J lib, has been set  a.sido by Oddfellows and Ivmyhls of  P.vtliias ol this city and l.adysiniib  as ihe day on \\hirh io decorate the  gr.tvi-s of their - departed brothois.  The local lodges, Jlathlione Sisters  and IJaughUTs oi KtiliieUah, together-  oi with their Sisters iroin J.ady-  smiili will alao LulCe part in tho men*,  onal services., which ha-a been the  custom in this eil.\ for ihe past  few'years.  At a meeting oi the joint commit.-  Leob held last ing^ht m ihe Oddfellows' Hall, the decision was arrived at to haw.- Memonai Day on  June l! I and in engage the Silver  Cornet- band for tlie occasion. 'llr-  .lames (JiubSan was .tpjioinled Marshall j or the day , i he deputies l>e-  JJJo appuinled by Lhc si-\ctal lodgc-3  taking  pari m  Ihe sei\ices.  AiiOt'har meeting of the Committed  will Iro hold un rudii\ night no.\t io  complete all details iu connection.  Willi  the day's. seiwces.  FASHIONABLE  SHIRT  WAISTS  A few Attractive  Styles that arrived by  Express to-day  ������������������������  FINE SHEER LAWN���������-Handsome' Embroidered Front and  Back with Side Tucks���������Short  Sleeves   SWISS LAWN-Figured allover  Embroidered with Lace In. er-  tion���������Lace Trimmed���������Elbow  Sleeves���������Very Pretty  FINE LAWN���������Wide Handsome'  Insertion; Front with Cluster  of Tucks,  Fiill Leugtli and 3  Wide Tucks to Bust  ���������<r   (���������  Prices Range from   1.1  ���������/.  Commencing Sunday next, I  will conduc t a refreshment  stand for the co-i\ cnience of  j>icnicers and camping parties  on the Crcen Spot opposite  the iioathduse, and near Shell  Beach. Refreshments, Ice  Cream, Lunches, etc., served  at reasonable  pi iocs.  Campei s wishing to secure  plots for the summer season,  should apply here.  Mrs. T. C, McKineliey  HIGH ST.  Strawberry  s  *  New Picture  ���������  90c, to $3  Walter* &  Akerahead  At) tht^ Uoi>e of iboir piactiso  las.t night, thu clam- 01 Ihe Wallace  riiivet Aluihudist church assembled in,  the schoolroom, for the object of  masing- a present a lion to ALiss l.e.s  lie Shaw! who has lately resigned the  position of oignnist, mi account of  her li-aiing the eit^ 111 the near 111I-  niu 10 take 1111 her studies sit the Nor  mal   school,   Vancouver.  ilr. \V. A. Letcher, the able leader  of tho. church choir acted as. chairman and in making on b.-hali of tho  choit. ihe presentment of 41 handsome  sterling silvei Manicure set .to Miss  Shaw took the occasion to say . a-  fow words commendatory of (he able  and elUeient services rendered by. the  retiring' organist during- the. two  'and a half years that, she had presided at the organ. The members of  the choir remarked Al"r. Letcher, during: 'the  past few  years   hnd    Rot   ,a,T.|  IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION  "ENuTlHANCE"  (S132 II.   S. 13.)  At Johnson's Lhary Stab,e every  second Tne^dnT, conimenenig June  fith,   190C. "   T������RMS-$15 TO INSURE  POSTfAIDS  of   Ladysmith   and  British Columbia  rs m M  S e is 0 n  j Pioneer Drift! ^  11st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. G. *  I If/. I kmvii Pif  I      ArANUFACTURKR OF     !  I Cfli-bonatod Beverages. *  i dinger   Beer  i Fruit Syrups  O.   Box   24S  P.  .AN'J'KD���������Gnl for gdii'ial housework, foreignci nreferipd. wages,  J.18.00. Address, 1203 Nicola St.,  'Vancouver,-'B.C.,. 16.    >   SmoKe Big D. Cigais  STOCKS  STOCKS  You Can double -your money by the  end of the year, if you act immedia-  My. This is no ilcail-niue thing hut  is praeticallj  safe. See   F.  ('    llioo!^  Tennis Gocds  Lacrosse   Sticks  -AND-  B3se Ball Outfits  J. 5ARNSLEY ^ C(J,  VllTORMi'B.t,  io.-.  ������r.  I  ���������I  We have made ar  rang-ements with Mr.  Berrow of Chemain-  us to handle his sup"  ply of Strawberries  t:t ii"'i  Daily Shipments will be  made  -   ! SI  Orders taken now.fojr,: ..".  PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES  S1M( N LElSER^Ltct  lassahi.  MffWIIfWWIffWWWWW 11^  i Notice !  **.< I������*=r*.ii     ������t -fTJ  HI.  r  ������  ������  *   A. Hi we  ,   1 -t    l������tf^run  ol Cheinainushja openeJ thu Mealin ark       ���������a*  n b> W. Ward, on Roberts Street   ^'til a    ^b  lull line of Flr^t Class Meata -      -      " ^S  Pork and Sausage a Specially;;-;--;"ft fiial:.Solicited:;.|  .-I'afcVBtr���������  -mm  i-.j3ll-j.--M  m.  1 A, HOWE Phone 2=0 %  % "*~ ^jMEAT   MARKF:T 3  BKKESS^.'SiSaEiiSaBr!  I  St  Victoria Crescent.  Nanaimo,  at onc^-;  long- harmoniously together, nnclju.oi]..  niore than nnr. 'oci-nsion ho.,ll(hacl,|  heard words of praise I'roin, t hij,,, 0(7  ficio.1 Board, for I he, excellent, spr-  vice rendered by th.'jjCjigy' ..in^^con-  nection with the Church worU..^ .il;  Miss. Shau-.,...conl.iiuiod. Uia..speaker,  had   proved  herself     a   faithfn^j, jn.ojdj  Granite and MaibSe Works'..'.?'  Clranile anil .Marble Moiiii- "V  ments, Tablets; etc., at-vthu '���������''���������'  lowest .prices consistent"'-'!;  wiih first class strack*--ami ''  workiiKiiiship.- Write for  catalogue. <  A.  S'l'ICWAirr, \  MS Yates SI. Victoria  B.C     *  hills'  High Grade  " CN(iLISH TOBACCOS  and  -\ >������������������  Just atrived���������tlie be*^| teto ffai }  -\  Tennis Goods. Baseballs,  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMiril HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  :^^B  ' |^/V*W*'*J'*t'^^AiV������AA^^^^^^'/t^^^'^^^V^N*������<VS*������^^*,>  1  DRUG  STORE  willing- worker in the interests of  the choir 4u������Wie- wns- siii'e-,- I bat-hr  tho l'nLure wherever her lot was cast  she woiild"rlo'dir Ijack" iijioh the time",  spent...as 4prg;aiii,st. at: VVallayCj S.trecu  ^������^^J^^A\m^. ;*4| :,,,,,'"Vvan 'Paber  ( ^k������W%T',IPHI '������������������:"!'  Ask for MiiVafil's Sivu^tak.e no other  ���������-���������'    ��������� 'l'*--> .:>,>,'>      _������������������������_ JU        Ktj'll  ivi.ficu������������i f^t11ite������t  Vf B  (''.'il'-nfe'-tej'!' J:ii!.-l"'esfnti;t>.'i-.:itlH.������   niani-;  *'?':V:JPaK'i!������-������' aiMiffsl^yhivw ijicl .fruit- '*to  iitj fjjjf ritjjijint.vinfji't'vakuV-btit  asb   a."  ���������Jinjai-.l-.: oC<i(l-hei,i!;:n>i>inecialn:on>>i'or, 1 ��������� .bur>  rvices::rtrentlere<L"as -organisL.' ::iantl  jaf inai.'k: -.tof ; ji.-Kpectu'iUid :-i .���������cistiwni:  rjiior   afl-'-a-'finsilibi'i.' Oft be eh'oJi'v: ���������':  Mise.   SMiaw  ih2'������!-lfeWvi<-ief--'- word.-v  tljaluked' t'lie  liRlriiliT-is i-<k' ��������� Uie '���������������lit>'n*-  fd/nitf-hcir .^toliif-ri" -ot ;l<ipl>i'ecininoni:ri5if  (���������o.'������firT^fjfc5-iis'-'ot,li'ahist,''n'iifl nsHl.rtvrt~i  l.hat     (Ik? ���������i:n^seriiat!ntv-'-''-i\\-':vy:;  ���������}.'...''. I-  OfUVIl'S     R0f*L  <tAi.>-l ���������      ������������ir*-'.Ti-    ".-������������������llisiit-      ������������������"./l-fi'l't.-?     t'if.'il  Ml    V  t-.. ,;j-jj.-.l- onr. &  ���������m'ij  Iffiflitl  i_Iffiii^!X_^[LJL ������������������������������������*"  - '*L"  *     BLAIR   St -APA/Vi  5  'Mmmmmmm mmmmmmmmK  e'uesigns, Fine Colorings^  Prices Lowest;1   :; "  '���������������������������'    Fuv the J\foTith:'6V"yune, I'a'!1-'  until  furilic'i-  tiolice'/.'we  'will  '-������������������.'triiiisall; Wai'f l|a^;f;so'iil    ���������f:   ust-1'free of''-t^hiir^eV''''-  WALL PAPER'DEF������OT^  ?*y  .���������ii-.sr.;  m; I    rl  the Fencing girl  rnrr  33 White Swaii ^������ap Wrappers  ��������� B^^V^-^..���������**** + ���������**���������*���������    ���������  ��������� ���������    u;--;v-i*_.  "Tend us ��������� jfiiWAHTBeSWAN WRAPPERS  and we will rnail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING GIRL- -A number of others  to choose from - ,-.:.,-.---.-  -  ���������aabUB  1  liiiWl liWi'lll^ Vltforlalit;'  I  Pls.-^Vfe'w1llVaSr yoVfrce 'ane   ot]     "  :     Po\itr'P'rriWdni-'*l8fev on k^r^a'tK^V 4   ,5V- -  ' . j> )1    .i.-T-l ' J. A  .- "    H A-s-.-i-ft W���������+ : U -:-  ���������rUriV^A^A*  ��������� V, A  G.  3 ^'ii?  ���������>^'  i������ 1  |ioWv nWe^qiefcU?fl.-���������'������������������ -:  i        . .   .    .  jrhe ��������� partakliiiSi'^Xf ^voth^ximW^'-f^Kb ��������� U^}RH^ilhis^hi^  ought to a-close an:-int erest inK tui.T. '' Vjeam from 6 to 8 o.vftry ir eyeninjrfji  poiwb1f^<=������awiviti^'*:-entwihTiur!Mir. --'"'-j'Victoria  Road,  abOtit.ifone-nmtlei 'ont.f:l   . '������������������    .-       j a-t- ������������������ ��������� '��������� i ���������'=    -;-''    i-'l"l  ���������vi  ��������� \ti��������� *������ri��������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������'������* a ��������� eo   ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������� ��������� ���������'��������� ��������� ���������'���������V'til��������� ���������������������������������'��������� ���������.��������� ���������,  We havji on hahja fr'd*h supply of-j-^^-  BEEF, MUTTON,  ; r-.t   /.->������������������.  !,.    .-'       ������������������������������������������'--  l.i-.Mi ;.���������'!:���������-.  ...j-       .'������{!  :--t-  mm:m  1 ri i '���������< ^ <  GRIFplN BRAIND BACON  PAN NELL and PLASKETT  1   ���������:  A'l  N9������������l6M������iMooaOttO$Ott    ie*������#IIOOO0 ��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A.VENUE.  Siuits ^Macle to  Order4o-Fit and^to^'yottr  -S^tisfa!ction/CaH aiid see Stock   ' ;  BARGAIMS J5L BATCHES  j .-,;..;}   :     j. , t  ,,.." ,.,.^   ..-4.il      .       ���������?������������������.,'���������!  j We have marked  in Piai^^io^res the Prices of our���������'  Waltham, Elgin and other American; Watches  i - /U Great RedtictioiMJalr-and sec them  SI  a.  B. FOReiMHER  ,} Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  ft  1  FIRST AVENUE  i  LADYSniTH


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