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Array ' v f T-i'  5gJ^^*lfljR&Cifl1*'411*(>]bt3L^>fc^j*JtV *'������.*^  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY*,  \ TH  -->  JUN13M0G  f>. <  The Ladysmith Daily LelIger  VOL.,2  TUESDAY  ... June 12, JVC  *i  PHICE FIVE CENTS-  MUM COONCIl    .,  HOLDS ������  ijuslcitiii  IN Wit  At Inst, night's session oi" the City  Council the full board wore present  with  Mayor    Plftntu   presiding-.  After tlie minutes of' 'he previous  meeting had been read and adopted  a cutmniinication from \V. E. Nor.  ris, Secretary of tbe iMth of Mny  celebration Commit leu was read aiul  dealt wiih. Tlio letter stated that  the Committee had a small deficit  "and requested the Council tc������ make  good  the amount.  Aid. Dick moved, seconded Ipy'Ald.  Hodgson that the communication be  i-eceivvd and  the   request granted,  A coiiiiiiunioatioii irotn the Secretary of the Victoria British, (Joluni-  L'fa. Hoard ol Trade i was ivcei\ ud, anij  <liseusstd. The communication, whic'lv  dealt with tho connecting of tho  Mainland to Vancouver Island by ������.  I'itilway coming by way of Soyinoiii  Marrows,  was as to Hows:  Victoria,    Jl.   C,   June   li.  Bis   rt'orship    Tho  .Mayor,   Nanaimo.  Dear Sir:���������  1 am directed by the Board of  Trade to invite your attention to  tho recommendation - of .the Hoy til  Commission on transportation, in w������-  jjar-d to the extension of the continental railvwiv system to Vancouver Island by way of Seymour Narrows, in brief what the commissioner recommends, is lhat a thorough  survey shall be, made l>y the; Dominion Government uVascurtain the  most feasible route; from the1 plains  oi Alberta <to the,ports of Vancouver  Island; and that the connecting link  between the Tslantl and the mainland should bo held by thc���������govorn-  uient lor the use oi?all railway com  pauies,  The hoard is informed that it ia  the inUntion o,f the Minister of Rail-  ways to make a prcliinlnary inves-  tigution into the subject during- the  present summer, mid it is qf.nle poa-  sihle that an appropriation for the  survey recommended by .tho com.-  mission may be asked at the session of parliament, 'which- will open  in November next.  The Board,has already made strong;  representations to the Government,  asking for the investigation and survey juat mentioned, and invite the  co-operation 'of your corporation to  ���������ill the same effect. The Board  tloes not persunie- Lo dictate to  you in what way yoii can best  make your influence felt in this regard, but it suggests that you might  with" advantage' communicate with  your representative in the House of  Commons at. as ..early a day as  possible in Order that, he may -take.  the question up with the Minister  of .Railways nnil Cimals; and the  Hon. Mr. Tomplernan ..hefere prorogation.  'Aid. Barnes moved, seconder! by  Aid. Dick that the communication  be received, and the request 'of the  Victoria Board of Trade, that action be Utkc-n iii the matter, granted.  The motion carried.  The Finance Commit too presented  tho Warrant book for the month of  ���������May, carrying- the following- accounts:  MAY  Visit udysmiih  ON IK 61  Lawyers of Seattle and 1C;iiu; conn-|   The baseball club lield  a   ineel'ng  ty are in\ited to assemble- in ilcpart<-  Jast    evening, when   it was    decidul  incut. No.   1    of the' superior   court-,  the evening of  Friday, June 15, with  the object of forming an association  which  will    lining afrjoitit closer relations among the ,jiietn(bers of to* profession, says   the Seattle P.I.    The  decision to call  the meeting' is    the  result of a "discussion which'has pjctie  on in court corridors 4or some time.  According to the plans  as outlined  Ihe, objects  of the     new association  will be partly social.     The advisability will be considered, at a    mass  meeting announced, 0f opening _ rooms  in  the' city   as permanent  headquarters for the club, and to have them  fitted out so as to accommodate social features as well as literary, ami  business sessions.   But tJiu new    society   will not be  of a social nature !lillt'lv    to   mcet   4l������ain- "   ai,,oh     '"  only.     Questions of .interest to    the  mciiiLcrs of  cne |,ar at large will  be  discussed, and    some   ell'ort  will be  made for united action where such ;s  deemed advisable.     The' investigati^i  of the conduct of dishonest member.-.-  of the profession may be a part   of  the    work of the    club,  and  it  will  also devote itself to  the preparation  and support before  the 'legislature of  oills calculated to benefit the profession and its meiujbers.  FECORD Or/  [SAILOR KELLY I  to (forward a proposition to VicUnrijtf  lo the i-'emwoo'l team of that ciiy,  for a match to .Ik* pitayed here on  Sunday next. The club will lilaely  hear by telephone this evening if  the proposition is  to ,he accepted.  A jiow captain was alr.o 'appointed  last "evening to fill tlie vacancy caused hy the absence of A. K.m, and  Air. 1<J. Clarke is now th* local  nine's captain, while Air. J. Aluir  was elected  vice-captain.  When the discussion for a baseball  match for next Thursday aLtcuiioon  came up, it was decided; that a better match could not hp arranged  .h n-on.: between the same two t^ain  which played last Thursday aiter-  iigiii, and tli_*refore these nines will  likely meet' again Thursday ailcr-  loon, and therefore these nine> are  l.iU'l  tere&t was displayed in the last  event, a::.I. in fact, since the actual  game was played, it has ihcwi gone  o (i- mn.ny times both by spectators  anil those participating in it, anil  'lb irsday's match is looked forward  to with interest. This match is to  be letwvcn the town men, aid the  employees of the Wellington Colliery  Company, and the former, it is rumored, hive, ad.tart t0 their si ruin th  b\ purlin? on two rfifl'creii't u en.  They aie, however, "dark horsis,"  j.nl, until the match is played, their  n ui������s are to l.e kept iii the hj.c'-  giound. \sked this morning ii the  imsv uiei: were drawn from the Fix-trie -nine,   the .captain  refused     to  iwi meuing  THIS [VW Of  SPORTS COMMITTEES  Tonight a meeting oi the general  eonuniit.ee and su'h-coiiiinit tees of the  Dominhn Day Celebration will he  held al .seven o'clock in the city hall  for tht4 pin pose oi heuiri^g the reports  of the various sub-committees, and  forming some estimate of the amount of money which will be available for celebration purposes.  .Since   the  last meet ing ,the  collection committee report serv  lair pio-  giessjand ha\e still  ;l goodly    number  to hear   from,  besides, of course,  whatever  the men of  the minus donate after  next  pay-day.     At    Camp  el,      Air.   I).     Thomas    has  collected  something    like  forty  dollars,   which,  is considered a very substantial subscription,   aiKi     shows- the  good-will  of   the,- men  worlcing at  the    camp.  Camp  Fi\e has  not yet  been   heard  from,,' hut  it   is  expected  that     Air.  Ijriuin,   who  was  appointed  collector  tor   this   camp   will   report     shortly.  T1kjs shingle  mill   has mot  yet     been  canvassed,  but  Hie  foroman has    expressed his  willingness to no so    as  sor-iii as  he  is  supplied  with Ihe  ne-  cis.sary blank form.  The-regatta conwiiittee has air ex.  eellent programme to su.hmit to the  / meeting this evening, wihich consists  of many novelty races and events,  besides iboat and swiniming races.  One of the fe.itines of the pio-jratii  will le ;i It'O-jard swiinm.ing contest for the championship of ; Van-  comer Island. IToweier, the pro-  graiiMne is liable to change at the  ineeti'iig this evening, a1 id until af-  t r suuiio, it is impossible to give a  dckiilod account  of   the events  which  WORK DONE AT  COUNCIL MEETING  Aid,  Malonc Occupies  Mayor's  Chair-Council Cannot  Help  Celebration  Ditch on First Ave. and Kitchener  St Discussed/'/Aid. Tha Wants  Pound out of City  Aid. Malonc occupied the Mayor's  ihair at the Council meeting Inst  evening, o.\ing to the absence of the  latter fr0:n tho city. While iu>L  iiiucli business came up for consideration, there was considerable discussion ot \ario..s woius being carried  on wiiliiu tha city, amongst which  was the new drain on Tvitchcner St,  1 road across their tracks below the  city for the use of the city scavenger, stated that tho cony>any would  have no objections to such crossing,  providing the cnuncil signed the usual Private Crossing; agreement and  would tal* all responsibility for an/  accident which migh.t   occur   at such'  and  First  Avenue.     The  work    thus j crossing.  tar has cost $71, and some of the al- J    Actinj Mayor Malone thought that  is long as the;Rovemnient had star-  tall..    However,   the   colliery     em- \m.  lo Ul]iii |)Itt0(..  Id ,yees, aie conlid.nt   that   they   can:    Tlie^porL, committ.v, it is   under  Tlie- following  is a  l������nLia.1    record   r*l*At   1Jlfl   t,u;k   ������r  hsl    Tlmr.-day.   s((>nd>  ha<ve     0���������     (ih(Mr ,)D .fam!MU.  of Sailor Kelley, *. letter from whom-  wn���������n  tJie>' defeated    their  oppen-.nts   |ioH; a  toolUlI1   nmtch alld  .;   ,iasp.  was pub-lishert in yoestevday's. Ledger, and who is desirous of making  a match in Ladysmith with Jen  Hannay;  Kid McGaft, diaw, Vallejo-, four  rom*ls.  Billy Sashelle, draw, Vallejo, ten  rounds.  ���������Billy Sashelle, won, Vallejo, ��������� fifteen; rounds.  Tonnrny Sullivan, stopped by police,  Vallejo,   three rounds.  by f*lf\pn runs  to  ten.  -   o  WILL LECTURE  "hall liiatcliT^'ffie" latter |,,'tween a  leani from NaiiiSiimn, and the former between the local eleven and tlie  Celtics of Vancouver. Since the  _ ���������������-,-.,yt *tt n,a-''''Ilg (,f lilis pi'ibramine, however  OfN| r ������\ UI 1 t.he Secretary has receive,! word  ironi     the      \'..iieoiiver  lia^les   that  ���������    -������������������+���������. ���������'. 'from   the  presein outlooki it will    |)e  New.WesUniiW, June 12.~Mr. W   ^^\   ^     secure an excursion  J;  llraiidrith, secretary of tiie   B.C. ^    f^r ^ .,,ll>'' iinf  th"ctore   ,,,R"  ,,    ., -,,        ���������    r- ���������'������������������������������������  ���������  i.- l,loWall   matcn   inav have   to   he call-  r rnir  C! rowers' .association,  came up     .      _.      .,  .    , ;  ���������     ,,������������������-������������������ ed   off.     Itowever,  th  dermen were of the opinion that con  siderable more money will have to  be e\|*eiiilcd before the ditch is in  readiness i.ur use.  Aid. Lien thought that tiling  should )L������ )>ut in as soon as possftle  as he thought, that if the dileli.\vas  left ling uncovered, it would commence to cave, and the work would  have to  l.e done a'l over again.  A I'd. Tha Was of the opinion 1bat,  this should be done, and thought  lhat nothinig less than lS-inch tiling  .*h(Vid Le usee!, as he thought that  a large ibedy of water would pass  ihrough  the  drain  during  the    rainy  tod a road to the "waterfront .since  the letter to the 1 ail way oomj any  had bed" written, it would new be-  i-nnecessary for the city to put-in'a  .- ros1 inj;, and accordingly the clerk  was instructed to write Mr. ,<! oddfellow to this effect.  A letter from vlr. "Robinson, local  agtflt ior the railway compcuiy. stated that he had referred tho claim  of $1.60, .maide hy the city for some  broken tiling which had beerr broken  in transit, to the claims agent of thii  company, and the same had Leen refused. The .clerk was instructed to  season, an'i if  the council put in too  ij)form the COmPany from whom   the  from bis home  at Boiimldary Bay yes-  is  will  all    .he  t���������v.i.   /-... +i ;    i        i,     i       .,- iioim  ins iiiNiiu   ui.  iHiumiuarv   rsav yes-    ,    . ,   ,      .    ,, ,.        ...  Jack  Giatlery, knocKiout,     Yancou-   ,     ,      , , .   ������������������ -���������'���������.,      dtciWeri a- tie  nieetMi";    his evenmsr.  ,   ....             j           ������������������������������������...'���������'                  . tc-idav to make* airaniifments fori ho rt  viet, one round.- -      ... ���������;  ���������        .     ��������� .     i  o  n.���������i. o..     ��������� ' i w   ��������� .- regular    itinerary      of  the executive  Dick Green,  draw, A^ancouver, tour- -,,        ... ��������� i-   "  .. - ��������� . cominit-tet*  ot tlie association,  teen-rounds; ...   ,. ..,  .    ,. ,, ���������-.-���������, ���������;-  ,,.,,���������,...     ���������    ...    ,   ���������   ��������� Meetings will  he held early  mJu-  Kid   Arnold,   knockgatt,   Burke,  lb.,   .       ,   r.n     ���������        ��������� '   ;  t. . .    ���������'..������������������..   *-���������'-. '       '  Iv at haslo,    Nelson,  Creston    asd  five rounds. ,,    ���������.    . ,     '   ,     ...   '       ,. ���������  ,    ,   ���������      ,,    ' .,���������       ,, ,     Cranbr0ok, ami will be addressed bv  Jack Donnllv, draw, Mul an,  Idaho  ������������������        V   A    , ���������,    .    r ...  ���������,  , ���������   ,  "'" .'-.-��������� ,Thos. A. Brvdon, president of theks-  RUSSIA FEARS  REVOLT  fifteen rounds. ;��������������������������� ��������� '   '      .... ,.,,,    ....        ,    ���������  T   ,,    TA      ,,       . n..-,,       ., ..-   sociaticn     on       ���������riajnt������nt5 and    Prun  JaeK Donnly, draw,  Mellon, Idaho   ,    ���������. .   _,    (;;   Metoalfe;\n .  ���������Smal  twenty rounds. I ���������'- ., .,       .. ,r ���������    ..   0   ...      _,  r   ... ���������     ,    . i,           , ��������� ��������� ������������������ ,                Fruits';   and Maxwell  Smith,    Dom  Indian  Joe G-reag,  lost, Newport,'.-:      r,           .       ���������.              ....   ,  ...    ,-      .         'j ���������    "'ion   Fruit     ln.-iIicctor,   on   "Orchard  Wash., six rounds ������������������'���������',-'��������� w    *���������     n  i   i   ������, ,          ,      ,     . ,-.     ,     ,    Cultivation."                  ������������������  ���������       ���������     -        ;  Jaclc ivtaher,     Knockout, Kossland, |    ,,               .,         , ,.           ...  ,   ,,  ,, 'rciiL-cm tiw i>h'd������'u   rc-ardih"- the am.  ' 'I    t oi.icurmitly,   meetings will  beheld                        ' U'=L   ''���������o*"-'*"������o l"*-  ;at    Kflirvdew',     iveremeos, Ponticton, !*-'Iio,*aUo"   *VI" t"i,"vice vondiiions made  roltaAi.-, South iUissia,    Jiuw   11.���������  Au  open iniitiiii'  lias  broken out in  tho    Kiel/, regiment  of   infantry- over  the failure in military   authorities lo  lflnockoutv Ros'sla^d,  four rounds.  Jack Mailer,  three rounds.  Ivid Tracy, W on an  foi11,  Ross 1 and  eight rounds.  . Sumtnerlaaid,  a.5 a result    of last   fall's revolt. Tbe  ed.  Public   Works      Water  Works Dope.  Police   Dept   City  Offices   ...   ..:...  Schools     Fire 'Department ...  Nanaimo Cemetery'  Municipal   Council   .  Street   Lighting-      Cliarities  ......   ...  ..-  Miscellaneous    .....  ....������ 'J7G 48  ..     455 iii)  ....     208 'JCi  ....     'MO 07  ....   Ulll 55  ....     19-> 00  I-l-t- 00  ....     115 00  ....     '190 50  .10 <H1  .   .     100 "JS  AW. Hodgson having; given notice,  moved that four firemen's coats lie  purchased, explaining; "that at- th.*  first     it.   was     intended    to   purchase  caps   for   the  firemen,'-but   they    pre-  ,-,...,.,1    ���������  ,     i ..       i.  ��������� ....    n,i  : these meetings   will  be  announced at  lorroel coats,  hence  the change.    Aid.- .      .    ,s  .., ���������.v      Armstrong,    Eiulcr-hy  I'aliul  Salmon  Arm, and will    *e    ad- mutiny   threatens   to  spread    io    tbo  dressed  by IL  M.  Palmer,  on  "Mar- rest of the ������-arrison.    The police-and  keting  and TranS|*orta.tioii";   Mr.   II. 'he small    1'oive    oi loyal     Cossacks  Kipp     on     "Cultivation of  the    Or- are unable    lo   cope    with the   mui-  chard";    and.    W.  J.   Brandribh,   on ineers   wlio   are   armed    with     rides  "Spraying/'   and   the   "Work    of  thc and  have a^supply   0i'-ball c-atridges  Association."  small a  pipe,  it would   have   to   be  done, all over again.  Aid. Patterson thought the Idea  all right, hut .wanted to know where  ihe money was coming from Eighteen "inch tiling cost $1.10 a, foot,  and it, would Wi'-e at least $371  worth to complete the ditch as far  as  the cabins on Kitchener street.'  A lit. Cren1 suggested that, the conn-,  cil lay tiling as far as possible at  present,'iuid cover the remainder of  'ihe ditch with boards upt.il ��������� such a  time as it could be completed pro-  1 e'rlvv He would be decidedly opposed to any plan to put in smaller  pipes in order 'o lessen the expentse,  as he thought that a time wtr.aild  i o:ne shortly when it would have to  be done all over again. "And then,  he concluded, ''Ike Gould would have  a laugh."  Aid." Tha thought there certainly  should be 'Something done to prevent-  any likelihood of tin accident. In the  present, condition of the ditch a child  might' fall in and break its neck,  and in his opinion that would cost  the city far more than any tiling  .would.  The Mayor had surges tod to tho  aldermen-that the question of field  pipes be looked into. He uiwler-  .'���������too'd they c:iul'd be obtained for  about, one-fourth  the eotrt of the reg-  Thc whole evmit-ive committee will  wind up the'itinerary-by 'n meeting  at  Itevelstokie.     Tlie exact;   date*  of  fliey   left   their   Imrrueks    in  a body j lilar  tiling.  fltu'l    the.*-   morion  GraiuuH   seconded  'carried.  Aid. Xewtoti moved, seconded by  Aid. Kiridium that six new hydrants be purchased at a maximum  cost  of SHOO.00  Aid. -Knarslon. (irahain. and Hodgson, members of the Fire Warden's  Committee, all strongly objected lo  limiting: the amount to be paid foi'  six   hyd'-ants,   stating-   that,     it     was 'cooking.  an early date.  TliN-UOLLAB-A-W-EEK WIVIOS.  Chicago..���������Diplomas certify in... ibat  the l-eeipicnts are Cunt lifted to keep  house for husbands receiving $1(1 -\  week were given ycster.day li-' several  young women at Chicago Commons.  'I he graduates, all of whom are to  l.e married soon, were memihers of a  class in eionomical hotisol.'ceping and  Total    ��������� *>'llp-l  2S i  The   report   was  received    and "t"lift  accounts.ordered paid.  Thc;    pound   keeper    reported     one  horse     impounded     during    the  past  week.  The   Manager's     report     for      two  weeks,   ending   June  9th   wns  or.    follows:  Water   Works   Construction.   SIM   05  Wetter W.  service  and    rep..  Streets.   Sidewalks,   t^tc.   ...       54  impossible  to. secure   good    hydrants  for  the amount  stipulated.  Aid.     Hodgson     moved   .in. amendment,'seconded .   by  Aid.     lCnarsto.n  that hydrants be; purchased at a max  iiiiiun  cost   of $20,0.  Aid.....Newton wished to know that,  in casfVrthe amendment carried, would  the Fire Wardens purchase the hydrants without first. eotiSull inb the  Council as to tho kind they  were going to purchase-.  Aid. Hodgson stated in reply that  such would be tlie case. \Vli--n.ver a  motion was pnsse-d in the Conm-il de-  '      _   legating- any matter (0  fl  committee.  "';the same committee carried   it   out  in  Tlie tcrnomieal graduates offered  these in the way of exhibits of  breakfasts, Inntlieons and dinners  that were, -attractive, had cost, little  and were palatable. Each dish bore  a card indicating its cost. A breakfast wan .shown that was prepared/at"  an expense of HI cents and would  .suffice for     four      persons.     Dinners  vesterday     uiieruoon,      and  ineeling'   in   tt   public   square   in  delegates    from    the   Sesky   regiment  of  infantry,   and  the artillery  brigade  promised that   these forces would jon. j  iu   the   mutiny  today.  'I'he chief ..I' police 'in advancing  wiih the bop..' of dispersing the mob  was lired at lint not wounded. Tho  Fletz regiment again left its barracks nl liiidnigln. and marched  wiih a. band playing to the noncommissioned officers school, the mem  hers of which joined the mutineers.  The hitler while returning to their  I,arracks di --.armed mul heat policemen whom they mei. The public are.  greaily e.vcit.'xl anticipating that the  revolutionists will -seize the opportunity lo inaugurate* anarmed revolt   in   support   of the  mill ineers.  OOFS  CRAZY.  New  Westminster,  June 12.���������A Chi  ranged somewhat more expensive vjiie ' ntnian apr.eai'ied at the police station'  consisting   of   meat,   two   vegetables, I today  nivl  asked  the officers if   thev  a salad and a  pudding for four,   be-   had  found a   little  Chinese boy-  Tha  ing rated at 40 cents.���������Chicago  Dai-.l-oy  had not  been  seen''by  tine,   po-  Snence moved that the letter of C01  ���������ly News.  held   a;    After  further  discussion,  the   mat-  \vhich!^er  WaS   '���������*-���������**  nVCL' for  hiture consjitl--  eration.  Col. Traeey, ; to whom the city  cleric had written asking what da,to  he co.ikl comi" to Ladysmith to  ma.e surveys jqi Bu-sli and McLeod  creeks, wrote, stating Uiat it would  be iuiii!o.ssiblc L*r him to come l>e-  fore aaotlier ten days, ������s he had con  sitleraljle work on hand at t.he pres.  dit time.  In referring; to the letter, Aid.  Spcnce asked the city clerk if he had  received any further information on  1 lie ei'udstion as to who have water  rights on McLeod Creek. It will he  remembered that at. the. last meeting  of the council, Aid. Spcnce had in*  formed the council t.hat, he understood"-- the Chemainus Lumber Company had the Wiatcr rights of McLeod Creek, and accordingly the  clerk had been instructed to ascertain if this was the case. Uprp being informed last night that no further information had been received  n  the matter    by the clerk,     Aid.  THAT'S  THE  POINT.  .Say    the Senttl   "P.-T."   "In   giv-  lice, and .lohn went on to explain .Traeey be laid over until such time  that he had h'vn working for a as the council were in possession of  Lady near Hie  Crescent and she   had   further information regarding  the wa , evition  for a pound, the street   com-  ciling    was  purchased,  aad  withl ohl  iarne from amount ol^lilL^  Mr. Jas. Adam, secretary of' the  Celefctation Committee, wr������>1������, j-s1--  Ing the council for a donation towards the sports to toe held here on  Inly 2nd. In making a motion on  h? letter, Aid. P^ttersifli stated  that while he would like to see. the  council .donate $200 if they co-.ild  -.-pare it; at present he thoulrgiht t.hey  were not in a position to "give anything. He was of the opinion that  iie streets heeded the money expended on them more than the/celel ration efid. The rest of the ak'er-.-  iv.en were, of the same opi*iipn, and  while they would like to.have donated something, could riot at'.this  time see their way clear.to do, ro,  and accordingly .the clerk'., wis. instructed to write Mr.; "Adam ,��������� explain-.;  ing the decision.  In the passing of accounts th&anat-  ter.ol the cost of the road which  has recently been cut through n_.ar  'he sclnol came un. The"bill am-  otmted to $12.00, and^ Aid. Mjtiilraie  thonight that that this was too,^nVc^  He has lecn with the street comriut-  ice, Aids. . ,Spe-"it*e and Uren, when  they looked over tiie ground, and  i hey .hgd all agreed that two .men'  could do the Work ia one day, or at  least three men, and he thought $12  was pretty big wages for three men  to recei\e for one day's work, and  be understood that two rnrn had  done same.  A hi. Cren had also understood than,  two nun, by working a loing shift,  could  do  the wrark in one day.  Aid. .Spcnce, to whom the work-  had been lefit of hiring men, replied  that be thought the work ha.d been  ���������.cry , reasnnahly deme, and invitwi  the aldeitneti to inspect same. Several roots had been cut out, besid������s  the ntJfr work, and the men em-  ployvd had comirieneed work before  six o'clock in the morning-, and stayed until after six at night.  Aid. Patterscji thought that the  street eommitteo should, stay together when a work of this kind was  to. he done,: and not leave it all,  for one. man,to do. He thought if  tliey all arrived at. a decision, this  would leave nn .ground for complaint,  afterwards. The. bill was referred  to the finance committee, to be paid  if found correct.  The new fence around the cityjiall  cost in the neighi'yorhood of $28, ant  tlie bill was  also referred to the finance committee.  Regarding the finding of a new lo-  aocused   him  of stealing  some money, iter rights of both creeks.   This   mo-    ing  the bandits   life  sentences     that This   injured     his    digmity  so   badly | tion carried.  I1,11  details. | Kaniloops judge  was evidently  doing lhn-1   he   wait crazy.   Detective. Brad-I    Mr.   J.  Goodfellow,  of the C.P.R.,  S21ti 20 |   on being put to a vote the amend   all he could to  discourage train rob- snaw    vvenit away with   the. Oriental   in   reply to  a letter  from the coun-  The  reports   were  received   and   ill- ment carried. j bery  in British Columihia. to  investigate  the  trouble.                    cil  asking for permission to buUd   a  Total  mil tee reported that as yet they had  I eeii tuiatjlie to secure ������. building to  put   dogs in   which wituld be     away  ��������� '���������',���������     -n   ,���������' ������~���������      ���������'������������������ ������~>������"~  (Continued on Page FoiH\) \  THE LA DI SMITH DAILY   LEDGER  > ��������� mm i   m   "i  llll DAILY IED6ER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  -BY���������  THE   DAILY  LEDGER   COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Year  (in advance)      $5.00  One Month 50 cents  TUESDAY . .  rLi.ie    i, l!lfi(i  NANAIMO  N3^3%NOTES  Namaimo, B.C., June 12.���������  Mrs     Vim   Mooie of l'Vi rue is spend  iiijf a three week's visit  with her pnr-  eiit-*    Hi    and  .Vis.   !UcLeniian   of   the  Five Alius  The btcainer Waialeale, of the Cook  steam-ship line-, r- expeited to aiuvc  tbi*1 aftei noon on her first dip fiom  Seattle to this poll .-die is scheduled to leave Nanaimo on her letinn  trip    tomoiiovv   at   ti  pin  The funeral of the late ilia. W  Pi ingle took place on Sunclav aitei  noon ij-om the lanulv lesnleme to  the "N'ananno cemeleiv. >Ii Ihtvi-s  of Wei ling-ton conducted the luu.-ial  'services* which were \ery nnpie^sive  The following' gvntlemen acted as pall  beaiers. Messrs. S Jones, S To<-  terdale, iJ Haggai-t, 10 Siotl, .1  Turner unci 11. -McAche,  sr  Jn the Presbiteitan Manse on Saturday night, the Rev. J. il .Uillat  ofMtiated at a double wcddmg- The  contracting parties weie Air. J Lock  ney of Extension and Altss Kclilh  Laird of Waterloo, and All .F Land  and Miss Bella Hope of Nanaimo  .The latter couple will leside in this  city while Mr. and Airs Lockne.v  will make their.home   at  Extension  SINC IX GOOD FOML  A glimpse iu at Sine Svvanson'fe  training quarters in the AtfaJotic'club  these days of strenuous prepaiation  for the big match with Alatsuda  on Saturday nig-ht, will coin nice an|  one that Sine in in fine fettle and  can de depended upon to put up a  whirlwind bout. Yesterday morn ng  he went on with some of the city's  best mat artists, taking one alter.  the other and at tlie close of thc go  was still going, stiong and still capable of putting up a ptetlT stiff ai-  fument  On Saturday night  the   top   tier of  s������eats will foot reset ved   for  the ladies   o���������'   COULDN'T STAND THAT.  "Win   did  vou   hicak   rout'  engagement."  "She ciuMn't e0ok."  "Why,   vou  knew that  long au;o "  "Yes,   hut   shr*  told   me  the   "other  day that    she     iiitendotl to learn "���������  Cleveland leader  CORRESPONDENCE  The Heialcl  this  morning  publishes  the following letter;  Mi. Ethtoi ���������  We have reuei m a.-c...pi   ui 1 ho Her  aid   which   we   borrowed   the       other  day,   that   various   things   are   talked  of in Nanaimo,  that    you  and   same  ���������ther  people  call, iinproveuients.   and  I have been deputized-by the Ivnock-  ���������r Club to write you,- expressing  our  strong-   disapproval   of   things       that  .your  paper   is  advocating,   .such       as  more     steamships,     new      companies  H'oing- to   work,   fixing  up streets and  aide walks,   painting-   houses,      talking  ���������bout   clearing'   up   land   and   staring  fruit    farms,  bringing- mining- men   in  and tourists and a whole lot    of ot h-  ���������r  rot   that people   like 'yourself clout.  km������w   any   better   than   to   advocate.  .We,  the  members ���������of  the   club     have  lfrved. here  a  long  time.     Wo  like the  qoiiet'life we are loading' and'.do   not  propose   to   he   driven     out    of    town  by  the  footing   of automobiles,"    nor  elbowed    ofY the side  walk    by  a.  lot  of   visitors   without    asserting       our  rlgOvts.     T.ake . for instance   the   new  steamboat     front-   Seattle  every  other day,    it will only   cause ns annoyance  and make- the    town  noisy  with  its inquisitive loads  of rich   Yankees.  what do   we want of  them? You  say  they  w H spend  money in  town,  will  b������lp out the hotels and store.''.,     g-ive  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Btfys'  Camp, held at .Tusket Falls in August, I found MTNARD'S LINTMiENTf  most beneficial for sun burn,, anil immediate relief for colic and toothache. " ��������� : - .���������'-.������������������'  ALFRED STOKES.  General Secretary.  the livery stablemen a boost, and  60 forth, but how does this help  AisV Our Club ban been m existence  lor a g-ood mau.v \ears and are enjoying life, all this biiselo vwll be  harmful to us and we maj lose niein  bershrp. As lor the places oi bus-  mess that you sa.v would be hene-  ijlled by it, we are not heiv lor then-  sake. Wo buy every thing wo can  on I side, of town, and always Iuiac,  il mav not be any .saving in quality oi price, but il ih a satisfaction  to know that the business people  heie do not handle our money at  any rate. It is lepoi'ted that some  ih.ip thinks houses should be painted and n-tii es and \.irds lived up  What's the use.1 it would i osi so mo  money and time lo do il and the  club thinks ihmis look v\cll enough |  ns ii is \s nn opening up mines i  oi deal inn ol land w e don't know  wliei her ue have any mines on Vivn-  i ouver Island or not. It v ould  tost a lot ol money to lind out and  alter spending a loi ol tune and  cash in opening up quail/, lodges, even jl they do look good on tbe snr-  laee they might not piove. good and  men might loose their money. We  stiongly obiei l to any one coming  m and Casing such chances li the  work in the until iiunes keeps up we  can get along the same as we  have m former \eais, especially it  the lieriing i uu is good in the har-  boi        We  know   men    nghl   hoi in  -Nanaimo    who   have     lost    money    in  icaI eslate,  could   no't   sell   it   now  ioi  hall  as   much      as   they  paid   loi      it  twenty  yoa's  dLjo,   yet   m   I ho  lace   of  this  some  people  in   lovvn   nie  tiying  to   get.   up   some     excitement,   aboul  railway  lands,   mini's,   touiisl      husin  ess,   etc ,     to   try     to   get    people     lo  come m   heie  and   lose   then       money  Sn,   tho  Jvnoi ivi-i    CluLi   ob-ects_     L<'l  \vell   enoug'h   alone,     tin   not   attempt  to disturb   the colm and   peauMil   conditions      In   \anfou\er  and     Seattle,  wo       hear     (ho     people  aie       cra7y  over railways  and   ioul  estate   Theie  is   no   reason   why   there   should      be  iSanaimo   has   bettor   lands,     stenery.  Ijetlei     m met a I   "jhowjiigs  on   the    Island,   tho  host   climate      ol   any   place,  on  Hie   Pat die   coasi,     g-icnt    innbor,  rich agricultural  lands, the best trout  si reams   and  'hunting     fields-   in     the  worts   and  vet wo   have lived  here n  '|M V-*-    *^-  itrcn  !���������=   VOU    WANT  AUOOD   First  Class  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurs-. 1  ALWAYS   OPEN FIRST   AVENUE  gloat many years and have not got  excited. We lui\e mil tend nil oi  the loolish ilungs lhat tho N'niiu'uno  newspapers uro utUocaiin*^. ^'-'  don't take home papers, you can  get biggo' ones for oiii money by  scttdinsi oast vvhoie jiapet and pi ml  eis wages aie nol so high The  ilontical Slur and Kauai's ai'.- goo.l,  enough lor us. And nov\ su I  think I have said enough to giv<;  y<m a Itt'i jik'j o. th-'Vi-.v* m  our club, and will close, only adding, that we the Knoikeis. jn; to a  man opposed to what y 0u call mod  i'1'ti improeement s, and do not want  to see the peace and epiielness of  \ananno distiubed by tbe noise oi  trafht, nor the business of fadusinen  f will not sign my name, but only-  Die    Secretar.v   of  ihe  .  x.vxAnro k sticker ciA*n  I-IOW TO I1REAK DP A COL I'll may he a suipiise to many to  learn thai a severe cold can be completely bro'.en up in one or two  days' time. The first sympliins c,f  a cold is a dry, loud coiuji, a ���������*'(���������>  ft sc watery dischaige ficn C c i> =������_-,  and a thin, white coili'iit on U.c  tongue. When Chainlherlam's Couir.li  remedy is taken cvciy hour on thc  first appearance of Ihcs; syinptoni^,  it counteracts the effect of the cold  and restores thc system to a healthy  condition within a day or Uvo r-'or  ������Ie by Laflysmlth Pharmficy.  RAYMOND & SONS  ���������Dealers in���������-  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Brick,  Fire  Buck  and Vancouver is-  vland cement.  3 Pandora St.  Victoiia  B.C.  bHLtUuiMnn  Leads Them     All  in QUALriY  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  Agency  Esqtiiitfalt   & Nanaimo Railway  Time Table JVo. 3$  Kfiective  April  2i)th, lUOfi.  Trans  /cave i-������uysmith  lor   Victoria and all   mtri mediate  slat ions    at  !) 10 a.in   daily, and at 3:0" l>-m. on   Vednesdajs,  Satin days,    and     Sundays.  Trains   leave   (.adysmith  for  Wellington and  all   intermediate stations  at   11,.:>7  a in   daily, and   at 7:00 p.m.   on Wednesday-.,   Saturdays    and  Sundays.  L\xct,-sion Tickets ^ ^^>  OX SALE TO AND KilOM ALL STATIONS  H������i>il mr pointc Journey Saturdays ^ ������d Sundays, ict tilling not later than  the  following  Mnaday. ' ��������� ' *' I i  ,  . -"T-StdamerJoan-:   Sails from L������jysmltb for Vancouver every Saturday at B.C.') a.m. and  returning sails from  Vancouver    tor   LadyBmfth at 2.30 p.m.  G.'L. Courtney,  Dihirici IVsstMiproi' Agent  58 OovernnientSt.-Victoria,'l'..C.  Pacific Coa^t  v'iCTORJA.   -    ���������  n r  SHAVES & BVTIIS  known    as     tht   Ladysmith  Shaving  Parlors, High St., I   intend, by keep  ing competent  urori-mcn,  ia conduct  a first-class establishment,  and '    respectfully  solicit your patronage.  THOMAS LEWIS  HFJRY'S  M 111.V I 1   li  1-UKXISH    R(K)Ms  DAY SCHOOL  Uaual subjects taught; also language**, drawing in pencil and crtty-  ons, paint ng in oils aad water colors, pianoforte *n<l vocal lessons gtv-  ������n in classes or individually  MISS BERTRAM,     Ladysmith, 13 (J  FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on   E.  House.and Sign Painter  Are fa fioln? fast?  Then )>��������� suro your tickets reatf    <lr  the  North Western line .  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  T.hrongh trains . from the Pacirh  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS. THE LOWES''  RATES,   THE FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CIU  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS .CITI  and JtLL POINTS EAST.  For complete information ask  y  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  Genual   A f*������  7?0  2ni V*-- Seattl*  2  Under New ManaRment  HOTEL WILSON  Jus- R. McKinneiL Prop.  NANAIMO  Commercial  Mens'  head jM.i-.tcrs.  Modern  and      Stiicily  First   Clata  Fire I'rool     Kuildiij*-.  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Ilnltp Sfl.in :u dfl.oO���������  jTu. t.t   all t'rci\nil'C'*t   huu1i:,>;*' ircd  railwny dejiots. I'leetue c;.r. ev?.. .'in  minute1) to ".II pad1! "! the ui������v. I'.r.-  and table unexcelled  F. P.AVNKS, Pronrietor.  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVKR   11, C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LABOR   Employed Only  (Hall Block  from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-      Ladysmith.  Best accommodation for transient  *nd  permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar ls._up-to-  d������t,p Rates J1.������0 a day and ������p-  w^rd8.  WM.  BEVERIDGE, Prop.    >0  JBFpIa*i������.d* :���������: :*-:   ���������= '���������' L*4y������������l������h  'a     Ticki t-_ and ^Freifeli.t  Qlhce,   7f������  .Government {Street^-...  Tr^nscpfllfpeiifaT" 0  ���������TrainsDaly _    L  ,     Tlie"Newj'Traln        ",  ORIENTAL LIMlfED      '  - The Train'of J- "  Ease,  Elegance,- Excellencei " "'  Every' rnile ~a' "picture;' and  no smol-'e' to "spoil the'  vfevv.  Through' Crinipartiiient,  'Observation and  Pullman" Sleep- "  ers;    also   "Throiigh"   Tourist"  Cars to'Chieago."' "'  At antic Steamship"Bt/������1ne������t. to Europe-  it our Specialty  Union "Terminals   with   all "'  Steamer lilies.  Berth -'reservations by  wirel  GieatT"Northern"S:S. Co.  ,  FOR  JAPAN-ANtf" CHINA. i  Steamships Minnesota and*Dakota sail'from'Seattle' for' Japan    and"Cluni"ports at   fie-J  ,������tueni "dates."-" Exact" sailing^'  Mates can he secured  tipon application to any Great North-  I  _r,em representative.  S.  O.  YERKES,  A.a.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash.  E. R..SIEEIJENv-\.  s- -   .*Ij.Oen.  Agent,   Victoria, B.C.  7**  NUR&IES    GREENHOUSE* AND SEt'D  HOUSES  8?10   Ve3tminster  Road,  U.C-  , Heaihiuarters for   PACIFIC QROWN Garden, ilela  -���������   I  and flower 5CED5  tot distribution. ;  ..L'arge   Btoclc    of Home  Grown FRUIT and  ORNAMENTAL     TREES  "nejw matured  for Spring.  "No expense, loss or delay of luuiigation or inspection  , Let mc r'ice your list  liefore   placing your   01-  dfer. Greennonse Plants,  Floral Packages. Fettili-  zers   etc.  30i0  Westmiustci Road.  VANCOUVER, IV  C.  X xg  .t^KJ 'J-  Plumbing and Tinsroiing  Fletcher Bros  Pianos   & Organs  Ladysmith. 8.C.  v     ^    ������-*   ������-  DONE   AT  Reasonable Prices  J  ���������By-  J. (ANDERSON  Leave iordprs  at  I'eterson's Turn  ture Rtire, or telephone No 58.  BAH bUVPUKD WITH BW T  WINKS, UQUOKS, CIGARS  A. J. McMURTRJE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up anel  Furnished  LAli-YFAinr?,   . t  Gnod tables and good.  1        Rooms  PO RT L  Uoard at ri:asoiinh'.c  Rates  A  vz*\r  JLmws*'  DAVID IIVNIIS,   Prop.  The Imr is extra  Stocked  well  THE TYEE-COPPER CO., Ltd.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OP COPPER. HOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Sbieltirig Work:a at  LADYSrvIiT!-l;   B. C.  HEAD OFFICE '  DUNCANS STATION.  Vancouver Island, 8. G,  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  General Manager.  *  +  +  *  +  *  STOVES! STOVES!  we;art making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  ^| ^inds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nickei Plating in all its branches a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove &' Iron Works Co. Ld  TELEPHONE" 53 f 1������. O. Box 42.  Hotel   has    been  completely        renovated.  Board nail lodging $1.00  per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  ������ar   Supplied  with  thc   Best    Wines, 1st Avenue .:-: :-: '���������-' Ladysmith  B.C.  Liquors  and Cigars.  >���������������������������������������������.���������.���������������������������.���������"������������������������������������..���������..���������.������������������>.������������������.���������..������..���������..������..������..(..������..������..������..������..������.  ���������.������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������:���������������������������������������..:���������:���������*������������������:���������������������������������������.���������*���������.������..������*:������������������������  T He CI TV MHRK6T  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Av^niie Ladysmith B. C.  MUNSTI.0,  ProKitient     J.  W  Telophano 4-b  .  CO BURN,  ALanaging Director.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co.. Lid  MILLS   A.T   PIDDICK    AND   LADYSMITH���������'     -    *> 5^^  SHirsglei������5 ei Specialty  MANUFACTURERS   OF   Rough arid Dressed fir and Cedar Lumbers  LATHS,   SPIINULES,--MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     of    the   BEST  ���������QUALITY  SEASONED.      AND    DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING  LUMBER IN  STOCK  :    PAINTING   AND   PAPERHAMGING  Neatly and Artistically    Orders  Promptly   Execute  ------   LADYSMITH  S.  ROEODINC  LAC/SMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,      ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FCJUNITURF MOVED  PROMPTLY  A    ND  SAFELY.  Stables lu the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots      ford.  Leave orders at   (he  "J  I A.    J    WASKETT,    PROP  > THE IADYSM1TH DAILY LEDGER  eswr  ���������njum i-  JBTJ7  ������AU^_  LODGES  4DYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.-  Itathbone Sisters, moots in the Odd !  fellows' Hall    every  2nd    and    -Itli  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS, KATE TATE,  M. of R. & C.  I  HILBER  Sunlight Soup i:. better than other soajis, but  ���������s best when used in ihe Sunlight ������aj.  liny Sunlight Soap anil lollow Directions  THE VERY BEST REMEDY  l-'OK  DOWEL  TltOl JILL  Nil ED   ANCIENT      OUDKK   UI  DRUIDS  ciiington Cioie No   4  U.  A. O    I  Meets   in  ilie  I- U   O .F.  Hall,   ' ..  /smith,    the   Second   and      Fo.ti,  eilnesdays of each  month, coninv t.  K Wednesday,  13th . IDOS.  Visiting Druids     are irvitcd to   >i  ud. '  By Onier.  WM   RAFTER,  Kecf Se<-������v  PATRICK Ui;PK. V.   A  Dr. Dier can he toimd at any tlmt  , his office on Gatacre st. His de'1  il work is giaranteed to be first  lass and rales reasonable at  NOTICE  From      this  rtatt   the  undersigned  ill  not  le  responsible foi   any  In-  ������btedness     incurred except on      ������  rittenornrr signed by the secret ar'  owland Machin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION *   DEVEI  OPMRNT CO., LTD.  nn Personal  Lfaliil.'ty.  ��������� ���������.,.������., ' n. ,,    Vtc  t,fJ)   ,,flg  W. SILER  ENEKAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY Wiv?.  Leave orders at tbe Abbotsford.  i R. SIMPSON  Solicitor, Bt������.  Money  to   loan  \wv.  UnvsvilH  lannfacturcrs of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSOn  oue bu   Union I/iljor    Employed  H    |.  I too Til. Prop  ��������� R. B.  Surgeon Dentist  All  work  guaranteed   anil  at u-ason-  alile rates.  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre St LadyFinhh  0| on at .all  horns.  LADYSMITii   BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND    l'ASTR\  ALWAYS    J.'RESIl   ON  HANI)  Wedding.    vjakui   ������lade   to  Older  FRUITS   A^n    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    /I'llESll    BREAD  EV-  ERY   DAY  Prices    are     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP LEE * CO. .  ON THE .SSPLANADE.  Mr. M.  V.  Burroughs,  an old   and  well-Known    resident     of     Bl.rtlo  Intl., says:    "I, regard ChanVb-c! lain  Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea  Ucm  dy as  the veiy .best remedy   foi   l,o  wel trouble.     1 make this stateinci.i  after having used  the icmcdy in    ;i.  fa.niily for several >cars.     1  am/v*  or without it."     'ihis icinedy is .i  most  suie  to he needed  before    1i  milliner  is  ovcif      Why     not    In.  it   now and   he   prepared   for    sue  an emergency?     For sale hy     Lad..  smith Pharmacy.  OPEN AIR  MEETING  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL QUEBEC.  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  Ana tlie Principal Unslneu Centers of .  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HEW YORK AND  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAOARA FALLS. ���������  For Tlmo Tablea, etc., address f  CEO. W. VAUX, .      I  Assistant Uon'l I'aaseiiBor rnul Ticket Agent, f  133 ������o������MS 8t.. CHICAGO, ILL. j  J. PIERCY & 80,  Manufacturers Of.���������  IRONCLAO   BRAND0  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOOD S  VICTORIA, B.C.  NOTICE.  I, the undersigned Jane McMillan,  administratrix of Johu, lliifth IWnMil-  lan, deceasetl, hereby, give notice  Lhat 1 intend at the next sitting of  lite Hoard of License Commissioners  for Iho district of South Nanaimo,  to be holden at Ladysmith on I he  Ifilh day of June, 1U0C, to ma'^c application to that honorable body for  a tiansi'er of thc hotel licenses to  .sell intoxio.iting lienors under the.  provisions of the Statutes on lhat  behalf, in the premises Known and  described as the Tunnel Hotel at  Extension, llritish Columbia, fiom  the said .Ti.hn Hugh McMillan to  Alexander  .1.  McMillan.  ���������TANE McMILLAN.  Administratrix of .J������������hn Tlnp;li Afclvlil-  lan.  Paisley Dye Works  Fancy Dyeing and Cleaning. ( lv>r������-  e.s ici'.s iuiii.li', elc.    W'oilc Ciiiar:inltV(i  cmmeicia! SN - Nanaimo, B- C.  Express Work  Light Teaming      Wood and   Dark   for  sale.     S������e J.   KEMP, -or    leave  Orders With   W. CARTER,  'IRST  AVENUE  PHONE      6 O  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATEk WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on  Roberts   Street ft:  ay Water     Rates, between the 10th    and the 25th of each rn/nfchl  Office Haurs I P. M. 4.30  U BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������.������������������������������������������������������.���������'������������������.'���������^���������~*- ������������������������������������������������������ .���������..���������->������������������������>���������������������������.������������������.���������..���������.,���������.������������������..���������������������������������������������.���������.���������������������������.������������������.���������..-������������������.������������������.���������..���������������������������������.������������������.  First   Class ���������  RIGS FOR HIRE j  WOOD AND '���������'BARK  FOR SALE    AND    DELIVERED. {"  ';        ���������������������������������������������'; ���������������������������-.!             EXPRE ss WORK. }'  DAVID JOHNSON" 1  phone 65                            Ladysmith i  GLASS      GLOBES  When yon want a &lass globe  see that you get the globe  with tlie ruhiber ring on it,  as. it is the only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  globes without the rubber rins  cannot keep out water, you  can see that by examining  them. The artificial flowei  that is put into the globes  with the robber rings, is guar  anteed to be the best, and if  von want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T  X". .Tones, a'-rent for  HB^RV     CREW.  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.    for     tho  French    Wreath  Co., of   London,   Palis,   Melbourne,  S.A ,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St  NANAIMO. B.C.  >������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  >'������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������"���������"���������"���������'.���������.���������������������������������..������..���������.������������������..������..���������..������..*..������..���������..(..������..  ..���������..���������..���������������������������������������������.������..  SENERAl BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  IADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT   NOTICE.      DR1LI..-  IHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.  ���������-PICKS  HANDLED  AND  REPAIRED-^-'  ���������S H I P S M I T n I N ft     IN       4L L    I T S    BRANCH IN  fiorseshoers and Genera1 BJacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Stiller Street   -      -    -     -  L-adysmith, B C  ^���������*^r-^-Mr*~!������+**+-M"M'-*~i������  ****!-H~H~H.*-.Jrf.H '  t  ICE!     rCE!    ICE!  Will be Delivered on   Mondays,   Wed lesdajs.  Fiidayis r nd Saturdays  Ortlers  must be in by  eleve.viv o'clock on day of Delivery,  ion Brewing  ��������� Limited  I NANAIMO    B. C.  f  Synopsis pf Canadian .Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may be homesteaded by  any person who is the sole head of  a family, or any male over e gliteen  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of ICO acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  thc local land oflice for the district  in  which the land   is situate,  Tile homesteader is req'tn'red to l-'ei-  form the conditions connected therewith under one of the. following  plans:  (1) At least six months', residi-nce  upon'and. cultivation .of the land in  each year for  three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homes Leader resides upon a farm in tlie vicinity of the land entered for, the. requirements as to residence may In  satisfied by such person residing will,  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his.-permanent-residence upon farming land own  ed-by Win in the vicinity ot his home  stead, the requirements as to rest  dence may be satisfied by residci.ci  upon the said land.  Six    monthe'    notice     in     wiiti..  should be given  to the Commissioner  of Dominion  Lands at .Ottawa of  in  tenl.ion to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal  and     $20    foi  anthracite.       Not     more     than  320  acres  can  be  nOltpiired  )ty  one  indivi  j rewarded   upon   tlie   rmses   ot   vntelli-  dual   or company.     Royalty  at     the   ftvoce M"icki>y  would  cum.: out    bend  rate    of  ten  cents  per   ton   of   2,DO"   mid  shoulders over Dtinsmnir.  Xaiiainio, I'< C , .iune J- ���������  Mr, .1 M llitwtluiiiilli.i.tit'-, Nn  nuiiiui's nu'inifiT ui --.li^ J'kiMiu'ihI  Uoii'io .uhlM-M'ji d a lurpi opuii an  u-ii-^ting in fiuul oi thu Socialist h.i'1  on Siiiuida^ ii i ^11L .Mr. C.nlwiifclit  acicd as cliuiuiuiii ������iud m a. K'������  bnai ivmui'Kb liiirodiiccil 3Ir Jlau-  llHlt���������Iltln^uill��������� it- the sjii-dlici v������i ll.u  e\'i;iinijj '1'Iil' local men), who \va-������  liberally applnbtled ii|i<>n hi^ *<li\i-  lJi'ng out on the i>l.il form said lhat  Ml'l .tllgi.'IIICIll. Imll iin'ii mttdc l>.\ the  Socialist jmrtv Home lum- iiiuc f.>i  a tour oi tlio Viomiiiiiin II lool.t.-d,  ���������Iiowc'Xim , tfi Jl lb>- Mcl'.i nIc i;o\oiii-  ineiil iiiii'iided lo spi in>; <tn eleel ion  upon thc cioimir} ttiul lie (\\nk -pu.ilv  oi ) <11rt jiui jiiU-iid lh.il l;ilior .should  be caugbt lutppiiig. thcrcloiu so far  a.'i lie was cuiiri'iiied ilw tour would  not be I'lti'iidod uiit.-jidu the pro-  \ince.  Tbe Socialist vote of Inst elec lion  Of 7,000, predicted 20,ii(lO next. The>  ttoulcl louu-it e\ery sent if possible  Touched on lloostors (Jluh and Jtoard  of Trade So lonti ������s 1 hey confined  efforts to rtd������i'ifisin# tb^ town and  vnres nil ri'^bl. bid did noi jiropose  to allow I bem unmolested to interfere in labor mutters <_  City Council oi M.i,\or [iroposed to  gc-L out the baud to jnoec the BeuUle  t:\uursion oi business people coming  o\er nuxL Frida\ to loolv over the  town. Tbo speaker jecommended  tnaL worker.s put on their best clothes and wo.ir their most prosperous  looks, and e.\lend a rordiul invitation to these Vaiikeo ccploitei'h 'i'hey  had a taste of their methods here  bow, and would piobabl> nppreei;iie  tome more capitalist, piusperily The  speaker criticised severly the action  ot the government in allowing Williams, head game wanlen to tour  the tountiy boosuiiy the C 1". I{.  People diduL waiu game reserves in  the El & X he.t or the game preserved for the beiwjftt of tourists  and globe trotters, lie would sooner  see ev ery head of game in tbe  country killed ihnji this stale of at-  lairs established  Tho position of worker-, in NTaiin-  inio, whu'li had U'cn named in tbe  House during Ihe rlo-bitte on Ihe S-  hoxir law a '-Paradise of the  H'orkera.'' If th> paradise 'beyond'  was amlhi'ig like that,  speaker, would lake his  Hades  lie tistd been t ajoletl by labor  fckateis to coiHi.tct to **o!l their l������br  or power at a low ti^uie, |>ossibl\ be  low ma'kel value. t'ei lain haid con  diLions wero imposed, speaker quoted th..- IMhead. Court, House record,  which existed no ivbere else in tlie  llriti.sh Empire on such harsh Hues.  They were a lot of chumps to stand  for that 'said the speaker, but cheer  up, the worst was yet to,come. Cap,  italist development inevitably meant  Worse, conditions   for the worker.  Why concentrate efforts to stKiire  trivial adv.antag-e m wages when on  an average they .were robbed by capitalist production out of four-fifths  of the value of the product. They  produced their own wages and pro  dnced in addition the capital That,  was used lo exploit   them.  -This brought up the question of  competition if co-operative commonwealth was established. If some one  would tell him how the workers,  men, women and children, could be  compensated: for what ihey had suffered, and what they had been robbed out of he would sit up all night  .to consider the question of compensation to the capitalist. Capitalist  production was based upon the exploitation and robbing of the worker. It was a sneaking rascality pro  position thai only required to be  comprehended to be universally repudiated.  Someone  had   said   that    Socialists  did   not.   propose   to     distribute    the  product   of   labor   l'airl.v,   that      men  should be rewarded according to their  intelligence.     That, said tbe speaker,  would  be  belter than    present  methods.     For instance  James Dunsmuir,  the present Lieut. Governor just   appointed   by   our   Liberal   friends     was  making uhout fifty thousand a month  out   of his  men   in   favorable     times,  and    Mickey   Dillon,   the   most     popular young man  in  town  with about  ���������S2   per  day.   when   lucky enough     to  get   work.     Tf these   men   were  to be  be      the  chance    in  ���������A^Bk  11 ^ \\\ V. ���������' down a " Sunshine  furnace without getting  covered with ashes and dust���������has a  dust flue through which all the dust  and ashes escape when you shake  down the fire.  This heater is so easily-regulated and operated,  and, .so clean, that it makes.the entire household  bright and genial.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  McGtaiy$  LONDON,    TORONTO,     MONTREAL,   -WINNIPEG,     VANCOUVER,  ST.    JOHN.     HAMILTON.   '  Ihe Ladysmith lihi CoM Solejilgenls  umbia and \Ve.->tc-iii Land Grant lie  ivatl voted against every subsidy bill  that had come up in the house, but  tins grant had been made by the  Semhn government m 1S9S afti-r it  had lapsed When a law was. once  made he bilieveil in carrying it out.  The C. it W. Company were to be  given the giant n ihey built a cer  tain line ol rstilwaj. The Company  built tho line and they were certainly c������utled to the grant, The house  Vas not asked to "decide whether it  favored a bonus or not, but simply whether the company had carried out its contract. He would have  preferred not to have voted at all,  war was forced to do So owing to the  fact lhat the deieat ot the measure  meant the deieat of the government)  ami with a tho loss os some of ihe  most important legislation that hacij  ever been enacted in tins province  He referred particularly to the r������rtuc-)  tion ot the election deposit of $-00  required irom candidates, and the  alteration in the act allowing men  to transfer their votes up to thirty 'days before an .election. The  weekly pay bill bad also passed its  second reading; by a largo majority  and looked as if it might become  Jaw. . lie would deal with these mat  ters fully, when, lie met some of his  JLiberal and ConservativV opponents  on tlie platform. It might be well  to   remember,   however,   that  Dr. Mc-  Kechnie   was   the.    President   of .   the  i.        . ��������� .   . -  Council in. the Semlin Government,  a-ad Hon. J. 'Martin, another prominent liberal attorney general. Mr..  .Smith was also a'supporter. These  men should never- have re-enacted the.  Columbia and Western Railway  grant, lie; touched briefly on the  Kaien Island deal, asserting that no  evidence of corruption had been produced. The Crand. Trunk Pacific had  asked Mcliride for a free grant of  about six .million acres of land to  necessitate construction of their  line in this province. All they received was ten thousand acres and  had \o pay for thai, the government reserving' every fourth section  for the province and every second  fraction  of  the  wafer   front.  However, continued the speaker,  these ernestions of railways and  land did nor concern t he wage worker, lie was .robbed at the- point of  production and not by any land  grants or money grants either. The  money bad already been t.aken from  him and the lnnd has never belong;  ed to the people since tbe days of  primitive    man  and  savagery.  The workers would never remedy  their troubles until the red flag of  labor   floated  .Justice Holmes is one ot the pnost  peouliai judges the stipferne 'cmirt  has ever known. In order tli.it be  may picseive, his mind free'from distractions of information and misinformation that wotil impair his efficiency and wisdom as a jurist, he  does not allow himself to read the  newspapers.  Andrew Carneyjie has promised  $12,50(1 to Mbms lirovrn college, Atlanta, for an industrial building in  case a oertaiu sum is reached- The  college was 'founded in 1881 by t'ho  colored people of Georgia. Stud, nts  in attendance.come from 28 states  of the union, and from Africa, Ciffi,/  Jamaica and Bermtida, numbering  a Lout 1000 m all.  Wan en Belcher, tor 53 years post-  mas-ltr at WmUnr.pe, Mass., has resigned to be succeeded by lus son,  rXivid Hi'lclier. In time of ser\ice,  ho- was the oldest postmaster m the  Cirited States .  Molybendthf is now being exported  to the United Kingdom from Norway, the deposits near Fleklefjord  having, it is understood, . been sold  to a British company. The.-product-ion in 1.90;") is given as atbout 29;  to*s.  .Constantinople". Has six different  s.ources of water supply. .Some of  tain's constructed ;by the present sul-  tihese are dangerous, but the foun-  tan made it possible :for even ; .the  poorest to vget pure, water, at any.  time.  COULD  AFPORD.TO;STAND PAT.  ;. "I .can!t..understand why they-call  cd  Henry ,VIII.   'Bluff   King  Hal.' "  'Well, why not?"  "A man with sis;...queens..doesn't  need   to  bluff.'.'���������Cleveland  Loader.  ROOM FOR HOPE-  "I have/' been miHfjuoted," said  the  new congressman.  "Well,", a'swercd the experienced  statesmtui, "wait and see how it  turns out. Sometimes a man is lucky to be mjujifnotod."���������Washington  Star.  IS "POSTED"   ;  Wce'is���������I hear Jay.tyov is thinking;, of  buying a place in the country -on installments.  Sweet���������How much has he got of it  so far. ?  Weeks���������-1 believe he's got the lawn  mower.-��������� Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune.  over  evorv  UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  There are many people who    have  used   ClmmWerlain's    Colic,    Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy with, splendid  results,   -Wut  who are. unknown    be-  housw   '0l-! cause they have hesitated about giv-  nounds shall    be    collected      on   the  gross output.  W.  W.   CORY,  Hejiuty of the Minister of Interior  The   speaker ������oxt  at (ended to  Col-  legislation in (he eivili/ed world.  PECULIAR AND PERTINENT.  John  Williams  is  a l.ivor meniiber  of the- British parliament.  Before en-  terino- politics he was owlained as a  Conl'T,rel.-^tf,ioiial     minister,   mil    still  preaches:.  Ask for Minard's and take no other ,  Keep   Minard's  bouse.  Liniment    in  the  ���������!���������;'!  iiiff a testimonial of their 'experience  for "publication. These. people, however, are none the less, friends of  the remedy. They have done much  to make it a household word by  their personal recommendations to  friends and neighbors. It Ls a 'good  medicine to have in the home arid  is widely known for its cures >f diarrhoea and tall forms of. ^bbwe/1 trouble. For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy. j..������r i-������u'l-.-"*J*--ik  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  se  TTT  3ESE  Smitti. Totos.  That's All!  ���������WANTED���������Men to  >york at the Tyee  Smelter.     Apply at once to  H. WRIGHT,  Smelter Foreman.  THECQUNG1L  Local Items  Ask for Capital and Nilgget Cigars  Mrs. 1). Comley arrived in Ladysmith on  the morning; train.  S.S. Alkiwas in port this moining on her way north. She took on  bunker  coal.'  The.'lug Tepic ..-was in today with  two0scows fvr' coal for the ��������� Main-  land.  Try Capitil and Nugget Cigars  Mr. J.'Kitto, o'f, the.Tyec Smeiler,  staft,   retiiriKMl  at noon  today     fiom  Victoria,   where  he , has  been .spay  iii"- a  few days.  . (Continued from Page One; v  from the city, lie had,spoken . to  one gentleman 'who jived'a'.s/iort dis-  Uiacc from town,,'and"he-liarf-C asKed  ^li.OO per. month rent.  Aid.' Tha suggested That the clerk  hi; instructed to .write thu C.l,'.U;,  asiiiiig permission to erect a small  ,buildin.g on. some 01 ihuir property.  just ou Utile the city liiniis: to he  used as a pouiutv 11*1 thought' the;  railway company would have no oh-1  jet-lion to Hits,' <iiid il would'' dL>.  away with the necessity of Paying  any rent at all. The -.b'tiiRling wouiu  .nol cost, much. .-This'siij^est-ioii will  'be carried * oii t, and the clerk' Will  write. ,���������������������������'���������'��������� '���������'.."  Luiler the lieaif of.new business,  'Alderman Patterson stated that he  thought it was ,,"'about time ..stone  work .should', be done on the street's  in - his ward. As yet no work'had  been done there, while considerable  hud Uecu curried oii in other sections,  of the city. One of the aldermen..ad  vised him   to   wait .until-..-the   stump-  the     matter  sea  i  I  iii all Sizes, spuare or tiy the  Yard. 50c. Yard-^���������ST^lR  GARPET, Wicie, 75c. Yd.  Work on "the new  goveiMinieiit  road  leading  fiom  the   Esplanade 2k)     the  beach  below,  the  Transfer   wharf   is  .progressing, there  being ten 'men employed Qn construction tiday.  :ul- I puller    arrived,      when  could be dealt with.; '  "1 kjse present,'at List night's meeting were: Acting i'.iiiayor A'talone, Alder m eii Tha,. Speucc, Patterson and  Uvea. '    '  KIW  Mr. IT, Macklin; local inanaige'r for  Messrs. Simon Leiser & Co., return  e*l last evening from Vancouver,  where he had * been on business.  -o-  Ti'y a Province , Cigar.-:.  As, will'-be seen >l>y an advertisement on this page, the Tyee Smeller  is advertising for men today.. The  smelter will commence operations on  Saturday-, next.  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  Mr. J. J; Bland, has received instructions from the'12. &���������'N-. Land  department to have the three old  cabins, -situated near tlie provincial,  jail,  torn donvn and destroyed.   Work  SPORT NOTES.  .. ..Miss Margery -Belle, of the University of Chicago, is now the champion  long-distance baseball thrower' am-'  png'women. Her mark is 20-t feet  2 inches. The record was formerly  held by. a. student at Smith college  The longest aulhuntic throw by a  man ts credited to John l-Latheki,  400 feet, 74 inches.      ''.,". \  on     one of    them     commenced   this' he was   with Springfield in the  morning.  As will be' seen by a notice in another column, the firm of Pannncll &  Plaskett has dissolved partmersliip,  and Mr. Pannell 'will now conduct  the business under his name in the  futur*.  Altuer, shortstop for Lancaster in  the T'ristia/le> leagiue, has been signed  by Washington to. Jill, tlie weak spot  caused |>y the .sudden' death of Joe  Oassidy. 4Ie has -,|)Oen the leading  batter in the Tristaite, and his-fielding has  been brilliant.     Last    year,  Con-  At Vancouver Rrtces-Any j  Width���������-All Belter Qualities 1  Laid Free of charge |  '        25c to 65c. Yard I  Door Mats, Rugs, Win  dow    Blinds,   furfain  M Pales,  Ourtaln ftings  J in  the  House- 1  | furnishing Line 1  |.    .      ; ''    ;    '   g>.   ...' .      ;       j|.  Walters &   1  ���������������  *-...> ^ ^-t -f-.^-^-.  hcniceis  i <  Comuionciiig Sitiuluy next, 1  will conduc t a refreshment  stand fot the convenience of  picniccrs and camping parties  on the Green Spot opposite  the hoathouse, and near Shell  Beach. Refreshments, Tee  Cream, Lunches, etc., served  at rea.soi'Mhle piiiics.  Campers wishing to secure  plots for thc summer season,  should  apply here.  Mis. T, C, McKineiley,  i no ii st  -<rin?ii������a������ga  ..������������������������������������������������������������..������..  New  Picture  *  *  IMPORTED HAGKSEY STALLION  necticut  league,   and  batted  ninety-one games.  .344.ii!  Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars  ���������Airs.   M.   Ingham  was  to Nianainio at noon  New York must, ��������� ibe    haid-up    for  fighting talent when such "has teens'  as  Gus  RuhLin   and   Sandy  Ferguson  are  billed as the principle attractions  (���������The}' batted -cnch  other   around     for  'six rounds,  aiiRl   at the end each was  i pretty well tired  out, but still   able  (to' count  money.     Press  reports say  ���������:���������    (8l32_Ii. _S_. B.)     ���������' '.  At   Johnson's    Livery   Stab,e.-. every  .Tuesday   at. noon,  and   will   remain'  until Wednesday ,'nobn,' each week.::  TERMS -$15 TO  INSURE  POST fABDS  | of   Ladysmilh   and |  f 13fitisli  Columbia i  ���������              -                                                                          "  - i'  1                         ���������AT-    ' *  1 liiH HOOK JIM I  ? ���������  ..������..*..������..������..���������..e..#..������������������.������..���������..#���������.f.������#..������..#..������..p..  j .PtaRff Dottlin? Works I  {1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. G. j  | Iff. f. Rymmiii?, Prop. |  i     .MANUFACTURER OF      j  I Carbonated Beverages. |  I (linger   Beer      j  i Fruit Syrups |  I P.   O.   Kox  24S J  \  1.���������������������������In*.  ���������  FOK^  Z  ./ANTED���������Girl for g< neral 'bousc-  vvork, foreigner ��������� nrcfcrrnil, wages,  $18.00. Address, 1203 Nicola St.,  Vancouver,  B.C., tfi. '.  Tennis Gotds  Lacrosse   Sticks  -A Nil   ���������   Bjso ball  Outfits  Smolie-.B.ip;' It. Cigars  a passenger that. Fer^ftsioii was the cleverer of the  today. It will-two, but that Kuhlin co,uld hit the  be rememibered that tomorrow is the ���������harder. : If Ferguson is elevecer than  day set for.the operation on Mr. In-'Ruhliii, what, an imposition it has  gfham, \v.ho lias been con/bed to the been to keep Ruhlin before the pmb-  Nanaimo     hospital      for     so  many hie   for    miaaiy   ve'nrs   as  a  continual  mo,nths, and Mrp. Ingiha.111 will remain >by his bedside until after t.he  operation is performed.  Geneva.���������The cafe proprietors of  Berne having cluiiitowl tagethcr in order to do away with the boclc af  beer by raising its price 5. centimes  and serv n^ smaller glasses, a group  af inhabitants have formed a society  to frustrate the scheme. The new  society is called "Vierderilitcra/liieag-  itatitinskciinmis.s.i'Ondekfell.'rtienver.sia'iniT  mlungspetition," a ward of just sixty-seven letters. I counted them  during a long, drive.��������� London Pall  Mall Gazette.  A burly, "broad-shouldered man  passed through the igates at the Central station a few days ago, a^il  hurried with his two solid 10."iking  suit cases towards a .Pulliixnii |Hir-  ter who stood stiffly and erect be-  skle the steps of a parlor car attached to the train. The pas^npier  who was Ions on suit cases but  short, on breath, askw! (he proud  looking porter:  '"���������Does this train stop at Rwbway'?"  "No, sab," replied the negro, in a  superior manner. "This train do not  stop at Railway, sab. It tt.1 not  oven hesitate at Rah way.  challenger of heavy-weight champions  Prince tan has the strongest .baseball team that has represcuted the  oraiiidc and .bilack for ���������many years and-  the chances are .p;,ooil for wiivnin'igs the  collide championship. They have won  twelve out of seventeen games. Yale  Cornell and Harvard come after  Princeton  in  the  order  named.  John Moakley, who trained tho victorious Cornell ��������� intercollegiate track  and field team, is now coming in f0r  considerable liuSblic attention. He is  a modest fellfW', keeping well in the  background. Tt has come to light  that Cornell expected to win, know,  ing full well the strength of her distance men.  NOTTCE.  The partiters'hiip hitherto existing  between Messrs. Pannell & Plaske-st,  butchers, has I his day boeii dissolved. The busimss will be tarried  on by Mr. K. O. I'aiMiell, who will  assume all liabilities, and all debts  owing to   the said   lirm, shall/l:e   paid  to liium  DiiWllUi  .lime,   IDOfl.   'TslTfoT'Minard's and  tako no other  /111 soon be time to talk ubotit dam Jars   It wl  HANDLING  THE-  THIS SEASON  WE  ARE  BALL     FRUIT     JARS  ; ni^^xrc  PATENT =====  In Pints, Quarts, and Half Gallon  Prices-���������90c,   $Loo  and  $1.25  JELLY GLASSES  60c.   DOZ.  LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR PRESERVING   STRAWBERRIES  STOCKS.  STOCKS  -WRITli-  Y011 Can double your money by the  end of the year if you act immedia-  i ly. This is no dead-.sure thing but  i< practically safe.  See  E. O.  Rrooks  Victoria Crescent.   Nanaimo, at once.  J. BARN51EY4 CO.  VRTOBIA, 6. C.  Has a tendency to go up  in Price and we wouSd advise our Customers to  Purchase their supply for  Pre������erv?ng: Purposes in  the Near Futnre  S1M( N LQSER& CO Ltd.  gfflflrnifflififW nrnr mw wwiff wmww www ww n; K  ������ Notice i  ^: ���������''���������                            a. Ilcwe of Chemulnush.is openeJ the Mciliiiurk -^ ���������  ^T UtelV run by W. Ward, on R.itierlb 5lre. t   v ith a -^  ^ lull line ol Flrat Class Meals                - r5  | Pork and Sausage a Specialty ��������� A Trial Solicited |  | A. HOWE                   Phone 2=0 %  % i      MEAT   MARKET 3  HMBSVKffim&Z:&XS32������33&l  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  . > i-tsM* *������W; tcjxm Wtt  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������*������#������������������*0#*>������������������������<S  I Granite and' Mai bis Works ���������  Granite aiul Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  .workmanship. Write for  catalogue.  A.   STKWA'RT,  MS Yates St: Victor.i-a P.C  ������  '���������  ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FLATTRUKI).  Miss Koy���������lie .seemed to have a  high opinion of my common sense.  He said of all Hie girl.s he knew 1  was' the only one he couldn't (latter.  Ascuni���������-AimI did   that please you?  Miss Koy���������Of course.  Asctim���������Ah! (hen you're just like  the other yirls In; knows.���������-Washington Star.  Try x  Province Cigar.  KICTION.  Wise���������The current ma^a/.iiH's have  an unusual amoiinl. of illu.sfni.led lie-  Won  iu  Uieni.  ICranl;ley���������That's what! 'I saw n  picture in one of tlu\m today f a  fellow snu I ing. happily while .ho scrap  ed his face with Somebody & Co.'s  safety   razor.���������Philailelphia   Cress.  Smoke a  Big ll  Cigar.  T have just received a shipment ol  Hills' High Grade  ENCLiSfl TOBACCOS  and  CHMRE1IFS  at <he   DRUG  STORE  ������������������--m r-r-n-iniatf-n  i \j  i  Sporting Goods  Just arrived���������tbe best  line of���������  Tennis Goods* Baseballs,  f      Bats, Qloves, Etc.  LADYSMITH HARDVVAKE COMPANY LIHITED  ������'.        *:^    ** */r-'J   Wall Paper  Handsome Designs, Fine Colorings,  Pfices Lowest  For the Month of June, and  unfit further notice, we will  trim ;1I1 Wall Paper sold hy  us l''i(<e of Charge.  H.  KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  THE FENCING QIRL   j  :FOR j  ���������TCl.'-SAl.''  N0TIC1  Airs.  A. L.  Cream  from  Ilaskins, will sell   Ice  C   to   S   every     evening  Victoria  Road,  about one  mile  out  ie*e������0oees   ���������������t*et������*������ii������s8i  I have on hand a fresh supply of   YEA L    and    BEEF  E.  G.  PAN NIELL  ��������� it������(t������������*������������������*aii>eosi������������������t   teit������������ifi������tt������i������it*iti������i  33 ffliile-fort Soap Wrappers  Send us 35 WHITE SWAN WRAPPERS  and we will mail you a Beautiful Picture of  THE FENCING  GIRL���������A number of others  to choose froni  The Dritish Columbia Soap Works. Victoria B. C  P.S.���������We will mail >"ou free nne  of  our Premium Lists on aPI'1'0-*1^011-  V^yWW><W^*A****W^WWWVlA \AA*W*r^rw^^AA<  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  AVENUE.  Suits    Made to   Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  BARGAINS IN WATCHES  We have marked  in Plain Figures the Prices of our���������  Walthatn, Elgin and other American Watches  /t a Great Reduction���������Call aiul sec them  B. FORCIMHER  .   Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSHITH


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