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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 25, 1906

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 , LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE  The Ladysmith Daily Ledger  VOL.,2  MONDAY  June  iro..  PRICE FIVE CENTS  JL'- .".  lLOCAL TENNIS TEAM  WIN TOURNAMENT  i       ���������   [Ladysmith    Players    Carry  Honors of Tournament in  Nanaimo Last Saturday  oft  The Nanaimo    Herald of yesterday _it is to be hoped that  more tourna-  'morning contains  the  following    ac-{merits similar to  the one held    yes  [cjoint    of    the     Tennis Tournament  which    was played in  that city    on  Sat-icdav 'between Ladysmith and  'Nanaimo. While the account is very  . good, it is hardly fair in some places  .For instance, in one paragraph it is.  stated that Miss Kitchin and Ml. E.  [ IL Bird defeated the crack team . of  Ladysmith.     While thc  above   team  played    well,    they do  not consider  themselves the crack    players.     No  mention iii made of vile game of,'  [Miss Ramsay - and   iMr.i. Peto,     in  which the former won two stiarght  [sets, (������-l an.lLC-3. In the men's dou-  |tiles,  Messrs.- Cornwall  and    Frost,  vs.   Messrs.  liird  aud  Ilodson,     tho  | Ladysmith players defeated  their opponents twoTove Stits  in succession.  The Nanaimo account 11 as iollows.  The   first,   lawn   iciiui-.   loiiiaainent  between      Nuiuiiuin     ami  Ladysmilh.  took place yest-ei-da1.   on  iho court of  the local club and alter several veiy;  [ exciting; contests   lesulted   in   a    win  for the \ i^'tors.  Play   was cninni.'iicc'it   at   '���������> IT, a ui.  nnd  with   the exception   oi   a    short  intermission-   l'oi-      lunch,   continued  steadily  throughout the  (lay.        The  fine  new  court of  the   local club was;  m-.ch admired hy. the .vhaloes,.... and  with      care      and   attent ion,   should  prove one of the, |>cst in t lit* pro\ ince.  Jt    stood     the    ses ere     tost    oi ten  straight   matches   very -well   without  any attenilon  whatever  In  thr aitemoon  tea  was servtxl in  a gala decorated pawllion bv a committee   of   well   known   Indies       who  kindly   looked   aftei    tins   .nipoi tunt.  item.     The   lelies-hineilts   \voie     much,  appreciated liy the numerous, giiesta  -and visitors oi'.the club.  A.  return;.' match,   In  ho ^>lay*d;r : in  terday will be made a special feature  of the local club.  The most closely contested games  were the ladies doubles and single*.,  tvhilsL the other cents were inier-  JHtimg and at times "exciting.  'The following was the result of the  various matches:  iu the ladies singles, Mi**s Cobiiin  (.Ladysuiilh) UeieuLeU Mi^>s Jvitcliin,  v-N'nnaunoj ~ iu a cioselyx< ontestuii  fiaiuo by  two Mils to, one  X-'raiih.'-Tcauiie (Nunantio) uuu uom  Ke\., C J. boftou (.Ladysnutli) in a  wclL playetl gtune bj, two straight  feetb.    ���������  la'the ladies' ilouble.s the Mi*������ses  Ti aj;ito (Naiiauuo; v. uie dt-Uealftd by  Jliss (Jobuiu anil -Mis 1'ickaid ol^  L.nl^ *jiinUi,   in   two  straight   sots.;  In the" mixed.doubles .Uis>*. Kitchin  and Air." 1;, II Iind (Xanuinio,* de-  leu toil-' tho- -ci uck l^udj, biniLh team,  jUiss Morrison and Ue\. C J Bowei*-  in  two stiaitilit. sets  In the ladies' singles, Mins Ham-  say QLadysimlh' won from Airs  Peto after a haid-fought contest  that required three long hard sets  to decide t ho supremacy.  '��������� In, the - mixed, doubles Mrs. Poto  and iHrr^Surnmers"-(Na������auno)- .-were"'  deleutcd  by   -Miss   liamsay and     Mr  CHALLENGES THICKEN  ti DOMINION DAY  DRAWS NEifi  Camp 5,  .lime   2.1,   IMMi.  Kditor Ledger���������  I haar lhat \V. Hilherl has nccept-  f<i my challenge to l������x at Lady  smith providing I deposit $25 jitthe  Ledger ollice. My moucy will be  plaoed in your hands by the 10th ol  July. Kindly publish the above in  jour next'issue, and oblige,  W.  R. HAYEKS.  Extension, B.C., June 25,  UKMi  Lditor Ledger;���������  Sir,���������In consequence of the underground employees failing to take up  Air. Burk's challenge, we, the mechanics and ollice ham s at Extension,  will play, the officials the various  games mentioned by Mr. Bmk. The}  will find us at the Portland Hotel,  at 2 I'.ni , July 2i������d.  Your������; truly,  SHORTY  McKENZIE  MAIDENS OF  I 1 CONVENT  RECEIVE A SCARE  SCHOOL IliKitES  HOLD REGULAR  MONTHLY MEE1IKG  A lull    ibourd    of school     tiuslee-.,  with ('.   11    Kuniiiiiing   in   the   chait.  Vlontroal,  .Jiiiu- 25 ���������    Seven     hiisi-  111 Of I  girl  pupils  in  a con-, ent  schorl  iM-ic tin own n lo a panic \eslei-'met, in Seoc-tary Stewart's ollice i n  l;ly afternoon wh n ine of then mini- Situulav evening Seu-tal tomnuiin-  b.-r rushed in sci.eamiii!> that she cations were icceived ask inn; for pio  lad Jioen chased h\ ,i man .uli .i si lions on the beach mir stall, which  Inife.     The    ci\     disoigani/oil      ��������� luj^eie  tcad  and   laid  over  foi     futuic  COL. TRACEY  WILL ARRIVE  TO-  Some time ago a challenge was  published to the effect that Mr. I-Iar-  l.iy Kay is willing to row any man  iu Ladysniith in a matched lace on  Dominion Day tor any sum fiom  1-5(1 up to *50fl. This clial'longo has  not until today been accepted. IIowed. Da*e Johnson is to the fore  with the information that he has  found a man, and lias the money  to had; hun with, who will low Mr  Kay oil that data fur any sum from  ���������J a J up. Mr. Johnson refuses to dis-  close his mall's name, but is willing;  to put up Sift as a guard, rtec >h..t  h2 is a bom fide resident of Tady-  sinith, and therefore competent to  accept the challenge of Mr- ****>'���������  How������ er, unless Mr. iKuy is informed us to,his challenger's .name, he  'wilL-lrkely-take^no steps:  t lasses  and  the girls, despite the ef- 'consnlei.ilioji       The lesignations     ol  I<,rls .Vof   the  nuns  to   quiet'    them,  Messi s     Da I. in    a.",d Alt-Donald,   weie  lushed-from    ono    mom  to a.iothei    j, in |c.,|     j���������    aJi<]   accepted,    although  'ilK-ir ,'scieaiiH     at lurried   pi. >.���������--.--,,   V\ith iegret,  the secretary   ban"   n-  who,  (eatinn    that  the   huildni'-   was  s(nicteid     to  luiiush   each   g-ntleiuan  ������n  fire,    tailed out. the ine   hi !c ������������������''������������������, \ui:, excellent references  v.ho vyerc followed by rolice pairo.s I    , n!lc,1>al Ddkmi in ^ddiess ng    ilie  A coal cartel   with   blackened    i..oe  bo.utl,, stated   that he  finds  it     im  who dim-Led  thiough a    <."n lo -.'   in-u  possiule lor luni   to   be ni  Ladysmilh  cue of   th-i class iwnns to  lescue tho   lils lesignation  was not due  lo     m-  iiiinaU-s   fiom   wh*t   he  thought lo i e  ^"n<������^  salaiy,    or   mi| LasAiit  sur-  ),uriiin,r school, incicased   the fcais   "Jinidiiigs at all,  but  fauuh   matteis  o; lhe  tenori-a-d g,nls   Thinking  (ho ������*l������������i������������ ^s piesoncc u. Ho east, ami  cuter  responsible for  the   trouble    a   he caul(1   noL r('1,uim  here [olx'^1  im"  p.dire captain  ordered  his ariest and  deL a">'  ������on*.|deration      llo������o\ci, Lett hen  he  was  m  fioni  the    school.  loie *ea\iag,  he   wished to  state Ins  the crowd set   upon    him.      Despite  a",lu6s   **>wa*ds   the   boaid,  and    to  t'e eflorts     of   the police, he    was   ���������������������������**������������������������     ���������*���������������������    for the most capable  i-otighlv handled.     At the police sia    ",'u,,1<!, ln-* wh,ch  lhe-v h-ld dPalt WI,������*  (���������on  the  wdortntiatK:  \ictini  ot    cu- &tlu>o1 '"-tHeis \Mhile he has held the  omittances was able to' rouv-nce   U.e  l^'t"-"    ol principal   of   the   Lady  lolice  W.at he   was   plavmg  the  role !"11,th ^hools.     Nc\ei   in lu���������   expi-i-  of  a heio,  and  nol   the  \illian    The   1L- u"-e 'lS il     S(-,K������1   *<*achci, j,a(|     hj  n.ms  foiiiul it  neoessaiv  to     dismiss  Sl *-'"���������    a  ,*K)l*; capahle  \.o\\   oi     nun  tiie school owing t0 the ner.'ous con-  a .pointed   as  tiustoes.    I-Jaeh one   oi  iti_in *^L'ine.l to take a great deal  ol mleiest in the school woik, anl  In- had n-id I..un.I a subject, on  *aho0l matteis which mennLer.s of the  lo.ird (ould not intelligently dis-  uiss.     lie  wisluid,  befoie loading,  to  Ml Johnson states, that his man  Cornwall ( Ladysmith) after one oi will row anv distance wished, fiom  the longest and best contest of the <������ne mile "*"|j to three. If Mr Kay  day cues to la'e the    challenge up,     lie  In * the   men'*,   doubles,,   the   locals' wl11   ,,kcl>'  t)p  hear<1   fl0m   shottly.  won one and Aost one llossis llo.s-  en and lvitto (Ladjsmith) being defeated by Alessrs. Teagiie and Ful-  cher (Nanaimo) m two close *ets,  .whilst- Messrs; Cornwall. and Frost  (Ladysmith) were successful against  Messrs*..:-Bird.'and Hodgson.  ���������In  : ther  most   important* evemt; of  POLICE SERGEANT WHO  Ladysniith;-will   lie, aVrnngv'il ,'V'--''Ior...;'tVi6'aftjei*Tioon';matcliies; 3sTaiia;inio wbil  shortly   by   the  local   club,   probably  within thi*; next,  two or   t*hi*i.>������   wpeks.  A' local tournament is also' eonteni-  plated: in the near "future, wlioii a  large entry list, is expocted. .".The  committee havo not. yet doQideil who-  thev to play "a handicap t'6iii'iiamc������t.  or an open one. Notice, however,  will'bo friven in '.due .course.  Tho Ladysmith players express  themselves- as well pleased'with (lie  arrangements; iiiade foi- their- entertainment  during.theii- brief stay aiul  from Ladysniith in the men's si������gles  Mr.- . Cornwair representing Lady  | smith', being defeated by Mr. Ful-  cher. (Natiaimo) iii two straight sets.  The ladies'. doubles also furnished  one of tlie.i.'.aftornoon's most excitiiig'  events. Tlie Misses Coburn and ���������Ramsay .'(Ladysmith) defeated Miss Kitchin and '-Airs. Peto (Xanaimo) after  the longest, and closest game of the  tournament. ". .This match also re  quired three long'sets'to decide the  winner.   . '  MONEY FOR  THE CHILDREN  HUNTING VACANT LANDS,  A situation is developing along tho.  line af the  Kaslo  and Slocan     railway  that   promises sensational     de-  velopineats Liefore the, summer is over,  says ,the Nelson News.  Tlie K. & S. road'obtained aland  grant from the provincial govenrmciiit  oi some 190,00(1 acres when the road  wps to Lie selected in altcrnato  rblocks along the route, covered by the  line, but the road twists and turns  so much over its short run tiliat wliottj  the lands were niap|)Cd out, t.hey included pretty nearly all the laii'd available. Much of the country was  taken up as mineral claims antl pre-  emptors had also stakeil off a good  ���������many claims.. When it came lo selecting- their lands under their land  construction grant of. 190,000 acrus,  the railway- company, really lho  Great Northern, notified the government,-it is said, that part of their  grant han already beun taken up and  it was estimated.-that about -12,(11)0  acres linjd either.-bejon pre-einptcid or  stalked as miweral* !*lands. ��������� Apparently the company's statemcii't /was -Accepted and a, further grant of '12,-  000 acres of other, land was granted  the compiany to -'.make up for l.hg  lands  so staged. '���������." -     ,;  As is very well known many   lauds,  origiiimally pre-e.mpit.xl are -drojiped an.t  revert to the     crown flnd the    same |'A^ *s   th^  ql,ite a  mi,mbor of J,er  l\lr. Geo. Oassidy, provincial constable, today received a letter from  Mr. J. Haigli, who is at present in  Victoria. Mr.. Ilaigh intends leaving  shortly for tlie Hot Springs, awd in  his letter states that hc understands  Ladysniith is celebrating licre on  Dominion Day. He enclosed $.1.00,  which he raquested iMr, Cassidy to  give to some children whom he  thought needed it to buy eandus  with on celebration day, stating  that he would like the children lo  have some pleasure, and as he had  not contributed towarde the sports,  he look this methwld of remembering:  thc little ones. Mr.; Cassidy will  dispose* of the money as requested,  and some, children will be made, happier by the;,kind remembrance of Mr.  Haigli.  limit  Holly is a long, rakish looking fellow, v.ilh. a face that is enough to.  frighten an opponent. Turner is  short and chunky, but there was a  eouple of pounds, If any difference in  their  weight.  to   the K.  &  S, has been, ajhandoned,  'aii-d,-of course,    is  open ��������� to ��������� re-loca-  tion or pre-emption as wild  lands of  the crown.    Thc last story from San  I LIVES IN  DREAMLAND  | A good joke on Vancouver Police  Seige.int Keeler Fulton is told hy  lhe Vancouver Province, which gives  its readers a. prepjaralory w-aniing  not to ask Fulton why he thought it  necessary Ioemptanel a jury for tho  purpose of holding an iniquest on a  'man who has been dead anl buried  for the-past two years.  It Was this way. Fulton was laboring under one of his "This is my  busy day" moods on Thursday, and  during the,'sppli he was rummaging  through some pa[iers which were on  his desk at-the station. Cue of  them iseemod to draw his attention  particularly. c  "Hell, what's this?" he said rather audibly to himself as he saw it  concerned a drowning of a rnfln named John Koss. "Well well; so Ross  was drowned, was he? Is Officer  Lre out there?." he called.  "Yes, sir," said Officer Lee. "I'm  coming," and he went into Fulton's  O'.Tiice. ...  "Tale this," said Fuliori handing  OITicor Lee the paper, "and empanel  a jury to investigate the, death of  this man Koss."  " "All right," answered Lee and  he hurried out. Hc loo'ed at t lu-  paper a .minute and then made baste  lo gather together a jury at tin*  parlors of a well Known undcrtakinc;  linn.  About two hours later the telephone hell at  tlie station ran?;.  "Is .Sergeant Fulton there?" came  a   voice n-vor the  telephone.  "Speaking," answered  Fulton.  "Well,  this is ��������� talking.   I  am al So-and-so's undertaking parlors with the. rest of the jury. Ho'V  do you expect us to hold an iHq.ucs'r  on John Koss when be was rirownid  about two years ago and Ills i.'-eu some punishment,  htiriecl ev;er since? ' I    After the men  had shaktn Iinncls at  "Oh, never mind .hoidin.;:, the in- (the openiivg of th? twentieth- round,  quest," said Fulton as be grasped Holly began to fight like a demon,  the telephone to keep from falliii'**. lie rushed Turner to the ropes, and  "just dismiss the jury and don't ray ( hy n series of punches to the body  anything about it. Of course-, you and jaw wore, him down. The blow  all   smoke,     Well,  come up  and    'eethat  put  him out was-a left     r.ight  ditiori of the girls  KUFE TURNER IS  BEATEN  BV HOLT./-I  Iliel'Se.itlh*  "P.I"   <rues   the  foi  j^ *���������  lowing account" ot the Tumei-llolly  light Uufe Tinner, ot Seal tie, will ,ll-ulK Ul0!n s"������crelj foi the ,pleasuie  hereafler be known m ihc-^e paits as ullul1 1h('-v llul accoidixl him in all  Rufe Turner, of Stockton, Cai Last ,,1(" business dealings,  nighl -Matte Holly, a pugilist 0f veh ^Mf McDonald also thanked the  fir-wish ' hue, gave' hi In tli"e money '������' ���������������������������'���������*��������� most-heartily for tlueir maii\  punch nu' the twentieth umnd at PL*a ' "���������fljici^s, ������Inlc in Ladjsnmh, and  sant Bench, *and it took filteen mm- *Ulla ne rog������etted exceedniglv lus denies to Ming Uufe- to his senses I>-ntuic he would certainly ta'������e a  Turnei was clear gone when he r> most .kindly interest in the ptogiess  ceived the series ol punches that &' llie Ladysmith schools,  mailic/d the fimnh It tc-rnnnatrd -Vccounts amounting to $5!������7 weie  r.ithei suddenly, as nearly e%eiy one U^cd, _and after some lurlhei dis-  oi' the 2,fiflfi poisons in l'he i.iulion '.'^sion of Vaiious nutters lhe nieet-  thoi'ghl    the    affan    would   go    th-* "A adjourned      Another session will  be held, in the n-ear future to dis-  cu:-t, the 'applications in for positions  on the teaching staff, for   next. term.  NELSON   NEWS  NOTES.  The dates    for holding  the   annual  rt'u-atla of the North .Pacific Associa-  It was lighting from lhe "time the"'" 1-H.n of Amateur Oarsmen which this  uong was sounded, and Referee Jas. year will be held at Nelson, has leen  W. 'Morrison-.had his hands full all 'ollieialiy .announced.- The races will  the time. It was seldom that any co-me of)' on Friday and Saturday,  one necdedto call "light," hot there --li-ly 27 and 2Sih. ���������  wcre a  nutmlicr    there    who   insisted "*"  that tne men should go faster. ���������-:.  1\1. Hand, of the Ymir mine, is  Holly's policy wa's to heat his op- V,t the Strathcona. He says- that  pon-cml; down ' and then finish him geoid miners arc badly wanted at the  with a scries of punehes. This he jiropierty just now, and it is almost  (jjjj.. -  -   ���������   .���������������������������-        -    , impossible      to   get   them.      Thirty  At in-lighting Holly was Turner's stamps are drooping; at the mill,  master and inflicted great punish- and if men could be got, 10 stamps'  nient in the clinches. It was the would .be working. The mill started  terrific kidney punches that did much up on.J.une (I, having been closed  lo bring Turner down. Holly kept 'town s:mce Feb. 20. About 90 tons  him 'going- with trip-hammer speed, of-concentrates'are turned out daily,  and the blows told on Turner in the Q.'ual to'030 tons a week. This out-  p,!,! put .would   be considerably   increased  Turner  had  the hest   of the   early, if labor is   available to push on w0rk  part  of  the go,   closing   Holly's left   at   the  mine,  eye. and drawing  blood.    Holly start- "    ~~  rd the heavy work, however, in the Ccorgc Tierney arrived from Grand  ninth round! when he landed a right Forks las tonight. fie sajs that no  on Turner's jaw that put him down. dill'icuJfy invs been experienced in oh-  Turner got up quickly, -but Holly lain.'ng all the labor necessary foi  was at him again, and'downed him starting the construction of thc Ket-  \vit,h a left h.-ok to live stomach, tic Valley railway exteydoni. to Fran-  Turm-r took Uie count, and got. up Win camp, for which his father, W.  lighting, hul it i-onlil he seen that, I'. Tierney, has the ci.iitract. At  he   was hurt. ... present  plenty  of   men  are  available  F,,r a few rounds Turner tout-lit o" f������1' 'the work in sight and applica-  the defensive, but. began to recuper- (l'n"s ''or jobs have come in from  ale soon, however, and started ag- n 11 over Canada. These are simply  aiessive  work. j died  a:������d  when  more  men  are want-  "ll, was a fairly even thing, until ������.l the applicants will be notified. A  the ninnteenlli round, when Turner good start has. been .made, but as  began  In   lose his  strength and took, Uie work    exlemls     many more men  will be employed than  it is expected  ly find room for just now.  < ily Clerk stewait Has received  aoid from Col. Tiacey to the effect  th.\t that gentleman is leaving V������;i-  .miver toda} foi I.adysmitji and will  ,.iobuhly leaeh here toinonow inoin-  ng This is in leply to a Idler  Mitten b\ Mi Stewart u^ion in-  ������������������imetJotu-i   fiom   the  council,    ai-Amg  ol Tracey <o come to I.ady.simtb  ii i lho puipone ol takinr water inca-  .iiiements on linsh and Mel emi  .iceks to ascertain if a '������������������sufficient  iiiant.it> of watei is obtainable ioi  .iisiallmi- an electric light plan! to  be  run l>y  water  If ('<���������!. l'lacv .(iir.es in llic ruoiri-  ii; he will hlielv be accompanied io  he cieeks by the Mayor, and one  ii two of the al'leimen, as they  ���������five evpresseel their intention of  .,ii uing all possible on this c|i L-s-  i m      II  ip calculated that .two*days  I! bj iivc'inred by lhe expert lo  ,i e the ineasuiements, thus hy Furl iv, Ladysmith should Know whether  i not it is, according to cm ei t  ���������' ice possible to in tall i wuici-  owet  svsiein of electricity.  (MblLI) HEROISM  I alio (Jeorgc   Munio,    ne,phew    o'  e Rev- Dcmald .Munio, 'of Point f m  ���������.is  Pi slA'tenan chinch,   is ai     fie  icsent    time    the hem of     Dawro.-i  ( itv    owiiii^     to   his   lescue of     h s  ������������������ 01 iiLyei   brother Irom the  icy wabis  ii'   the Klondike a  few weeks    a* o  II anprais thatt.be  two .boys, a^r.d  1 s. ectiiicly   II   and 3  jears,   were on  'be iiver  lank. Uie 0idei  liov pulling  .    <)i   wagon in which  the    youi ^  ���������. as liding      The tongue of the wai,  on   uneviiectedly brole loose and   the  i>.mgei   bov   was    piecipitated    in 0  tie rivei.     'lMic older boy   at.    once  \_ I nueil  into vhe icy .waters, got*his  I ct  di    a roek, grasped his  brcth 1  \ lhe head and managed to get hi a  ashore.  \t the same point where the rnci-  di-nt oconrrod six men were precij i-  t.ite.1 into tiK* nvci a few years-a-0  .1 d although fifty spectators were on,  i!.e bank, four of them were drown-  ( ', onh two oi the bodies bem,g ie  i iteied.  'lhe two hoy/-, involved in Uie pres-  .--111 'incident are children of Mr, anil  Airs. George Monro, 'of Dawson. City,  v. here Mr. Hfunro ;s keeper ct tee-  Dids at the .gold commissioner's office.  A  Hero at  Killarney.  fliu for. the preiJencG: of mind, and  .-.toiiii*.!, intelligent,' action of a little  l:.d barely five years old, Mr. and  Airs. Wm. McKay, .west-.-of the lake  would today be mouriKng the loss of  their little.. tvva-y'ear-c-ld boy; Gordon,  says the Otilde Killarney.  1-iordo.n a/id his five-year-old brother Douglas were out on tJio prairia  seine 75 or 80 rods from the housj  near a pond or small ravine. D)"i:-  glas all at once missed his brother,  who had w-aniderod some listanca  a.way. lie ran back and found hi'ii  helpless iu 2 or 3 ficet of -au-r.  Without any ado he set about a rescue, and by great effort be ua 1 ii-i'ii  to drag the child to the shore. T'heu  tu'iing him in bis anus, le half .'.rag-  god, half carried the limp body of  his brother towards the house, a11-'  although the burden Was great foi  his young years, lie manfully persisted until, about half way home, be  was seen by h-is mother, who ran- to  the rescue. l  rtve, anyway.  to  the  jaw.  Turner's   seconds carried him to his  The  possessors   of  unstable     icrvcs 'coiner, where it  took fifteen minutes  generally arc so  destructive oi   1������������'>- ' work  to revive him.  lie comfort, and the health and   can- 1    Chic Hudson    and     Cecil Hatfield,  ity   (if their progieny  that  inspectors   fought   a  fast ten-round  prelim'na.ry,  thing happens in the ease  of mineral'sons are'endeavoring to search     out  lands, which are not crown    granted   soii.il  of  the lands  in  tRieslion     and  and which, when a,ban,clon,cd revert t,0   male application for  them.  I'n p.ally 'of nerves are needed almost as much   and   Referee Murphy called  the  go  a  :the .governm-wit.     It-  is   now-   stated   in   lho     long,     run   some   good  lands'as  inspectors  of  nuisances.���������Annesley  draw,    Murphy gave as pretty an ex-  that a  large  section  of   the   42,000   may he  got hold of  and a title   to'Kenealy,     in   "The     World and His  hihition  of  how a  match  could    be  ���������acres allowed out. of the land grant! them finally perfected. [wife." I handled as  has ever been seen here.  Wc have been eart-h������|,,uaJ<ed, fired, dy-  nami'tietl ami loo lied, but we're still  veiy much on the map, and have a  splendid display of pianos at our  Oa'.land store, etc.���������Ad. in "News-  Letter," San  Francisco.  NANAIMO WINS  BALL GAME  Visu-rday ou the Bunk,er Grounds,  the N'anainto Kag-les, an. Inter mediate  l-i am, composed or seniors 'n,nd inter-.  lntrdiates, defeated thc Ladysmith 1-filer mediates ;[,y a score of 15-13. The  lo'-als were leading until' Lhe fifth,  when tin* ascension look place, and  I'loin that time, cm, the visitors had  things pretty much tbeir own* way.  On Saturday afternoon tho name of  one of oar numerous staff of. reporters was placed on the*-assign- ���������  menf, book with instructions to attend Mie game yesterday, but for  r.ome  unaccountable reason he   failed  Half <i text, a sprinkling of aris  tocrats, a sin or two, and a. HUian I *o covcr ,,is assignment, hence a de-  tity of good clothing are the fami- '(tailed account of the match is ini-  liar ingredirjits of serious play-wr.it-'possible. However, it- is stated that  ing, and it is wonderful to. see what aiihouah the score was large, the  varied and interested results can be ' i-kay was interesting, and it was any  still obtained from the recipe.... The jloiy's game until the last inning.  Outlook. I  o ��������� THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  54  *-*'-���������  ���������,< iMiLY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  -BY���������  HIE  DAILY LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Year (in advance) ....  One Month    ...  $5.00  50 cents  \VA  MONDAY  June  1(10';  \iieric*\\s nATtunu  'lle������ley Juno 23-Tlu* legaUa  stewards lesoltcd toda> m m*-'-*' o������  the action of  tkc   \uu-neaii  Xational  \������,sociation  of  amateui-  oat&nit'ii,   regal dins  tbe  vimi   oi   Lhf   Vesp������   ciew  ol   Philadelphia   Lo   Henley   m    IW.".  that  mo  fin ther cm i ies  shall  he    accepted  from   the  Ycpeis  Hi- Kleickci.   the   Oxfoid   <-oi.uk,  tjuvc not u i' of a motion .to tin- curled that no fm t hor entries fio'n  an\    Vim-mail  club *>hnll be .u'opted.  mi a's   nationa.   tennis   clifimpion.slup   Jp   v������0  to>.ny   deicaniiii   Mrs     Hargei       Wai- i  la< h of Now   Voit   in  the final  oi   'be  woman's single*.. ; vALL   A I   o   AN AX.L l-ifll.Mi ClIAill-lO-V.  UrooUyn, .1 um D.-'���������T F. Kiely.of  Tipperary, liebinu, won the national  all-round championship oi the nation j  al amateur athletic tiiiion heie today  with 0,271 point--. lie broke two  weight   l-eeoi *!<-..   o   SEN VTE'S   RESOLl TKl.V.  W'ashinsilon, .Jimc 2,'- ��������� The Senate  today ciilopieil the loUowmy \oint  i e-iolul um  ���������That the people ol 1 lie United  St.iles -.ne hoi i ilicil In the reports oi  inassacie oi I Ii'bn w *��������� in I'ussin on  annum ol then i.ne and icligion,  anil Lhat (hos(< bc'caveil t hereby ha\ e  th.- heart \- s\ mii.il In i,i the people at  the   Tinted   Stales  'I   AtiOOD-  ���������a  \.,*Ui  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS  OPEN MRS'I    WKMii:  Esquima(t   & Nanaimo Railway  DOMINION DAY, JULY 2,1906  Fxcursit it  I aie*  IN EFFECT ^BETWEEN  All Station  ,..,_���������, *   - ������        1  I ry Capital and .Nugget Cigars  KlLLKIt   I3Y   liKVObl'TlOMSrS  Kerbach,   Kussin ,   .lime  \11\'\KI)'S   LINIMENT is  thponlv  liniment   nsl pd   foi  al   nn   s'oie ml  j t In*  nnh   niii*   we  Iron  tor snie       \ll  ���������2.T - V i up-1   , . ,  'lhe   iu*o;'le   use   il  tain of gendarmes named  Sheikingofli ]( vj{]jy   j.'n/ro.Y.  was killed  on  i ho street heie ^ t o<ln.\ ' n as]]|(   Hn     (,    ,,  bv   i evolutionists      His  wife,   who   m - ! ,.���������__.,, lir. M ,,._._,   __...   ....._. _~--r*-  1  f  companied linn,  was seriously uouml-1 ^_^^CT^ggaCiV.^,g^gw.^.^^ggeCTy!E.  ed  l'LOSK,(\\L(. f'OK ALFO.VSO  Lagranja, Spai������, ..'u*������e 23���������At the  moment when the ro\ al automobile  containing King AlfoiT-o and Queen  Victoria, aimed heie Horn the Lhea-  tie last nighl a ^ ell deeded individual evaded the gun ids nnd lougiil  to intercept thc loyal euple He was  arrested and gave the name of .lose  \\ ,. ia    of Madud  THE J.ONG OF IT  Loadon, Ont , .June 2:' ��������� I'm ale  "Long- J eve" Lavvierice, ot (Inelph,  v-erv I Inn and seven leet nine uicbes  tall, who hns been attending nulaia  camp here, was taken to thc luWpiLU  last night with appendicitis It is  said there was nol a cot long, enough to accommodnte lbe pa'ivnl  c o   Ji.YSEUALL  .National   League  Jioston   .",,   Itiooklvn   2.  'Sew   -\ or!,  ,->,   I'll l.idelphia   0  Cincmiini11,   ('hi<n<.,<>   ."  Pillshurg   2,   St     I um,  0  Anii'i k an   I .enjiiie  ('Imago   'd    Dei coil   2  I'hlladeipl.ia   S     I'oslon   0  St    Lout-, ll    Cleveland  n  Wushinn l on   2,    Sew    ^ <>:'    ."'.  K.isli-in   League  Halt imore   I,  Toii-.il.>   1  I'oilicstiw  .1,   .lei se\    Cil \   0  I'rov idence 2.   nnfliilo  0  r< i  M?  HkiXUUi\U\H  Leads Them  L\   CUALI'IV  R. P. RH HEI,  Ai\  I ickets on sale Saturday June 30, Sunday, July 1st. and  Monday, July 2���������Good to return not later than Mon., July 2  Double Train Service in effect Each Day  ' 3    r'-'X.   3^*  G.li..* Cour-triey, ���������   District Passenger Agent  ik   C.O.,     J_Ad   58 Government St., Victoria, B.C.  1 ..-it-  (*,ciicy  ���������   i> 1  .   M^.n.������u^T/J=^  Mmlieht Sonp in hetli-r Ulan other siiiii������, hut  <��������� best when used in lhe Sunlight v ui.  Iiii> Suiili)>rlit Soup nnd follow Direction-.  Union made-Capital & Nug������t*l Cigars  MEJLOKr.AL.  DAY.  J leaded by th������ "Silver Comet Band,  the members of the local and Lady-  Miiith lodges 01 Odd Lrellovvh,Kniglit&  ot 1'ytluas, Rathhone Sisters and  Daughters of UeheUah, will maich to  the cemetery and will t heeo decorate |  the graves oi departed brothers and i  sistera.  All nienibeis me leiiiieslcd to >;i'ct  111 their l-espectiM- lod^e 1 oonib al  12 45 so as to lorm in line of paring  at 1.30 shaip, when the pi ocsmoii  will leave tioui in tront ot (he Fie"  Press  lfo.ll   lor   the  e.-tneterv  IE  TIIE VERY BEST REMEDY  FOR   BOWEL  TROUBI.I-;  Mr. M.  F.  Burroughs,; an  old   anil  welL-known    residei-Jt     of      BlulTlo:.  Ind., saye:    "I regard Clianijbiei*lain''s  Colic,  Cfeolera and Diarrhoea  Rtiniu  dy as the very, .test remedy  for bowel trouble.    I make this statement  after having used the remedy in   my  family for several years.     I am -.aver  without it."     This remedy  is almost sure to be needed before    lh*  launmer  is  over!,    Why     nol     buy  it   now and   he   prepared   for    Sudan  emergency?     For sale*by     Caily  smith Pharmacy.  NATIONAL  CHAarPION.  Philadelphia,   June  23.���������Miss' Helen  -Thomas  of Jfew   York  won.Wie     \vo-  i   '  HOW TO   BREAK   UP   A  COf.W  Jt   may   be a surprise  io many  j'o  learn that a se\ eie cold can be completely    broken up    in  one or     tv.o  days'  time.     Thc  first  synip*-mis cf  a cold   is  a  diy,   loud   coujjh,   npio  fuse watery discharge fio,n V e   e sl-,  and   a thin,   white  coiim;.-; on      ll o  tongue.    When Chamiberlain's   Con-rh  remetly is taken  cvciy horn  on    the  fust appearanct* of thes*   syniplonih,  it counteracts the efTect of the cold  and restores the system to ahctlthy  rnndil/iori  within  a  day  01   i\\'o.   Foi  arie by LedvsmHh  Pho.rm.icy.  | Km   a c-ool,  i-cfii'shiiig-���������  BATH  During- the Summer  Months Call on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Patlois, etc.,    High Street  ������������������������������������'������������������������������' s"v* ��������� a     *-*������-wi* *~at^%nrz=*x~t~z>-m.i<ut***j*t 11 ��������� ������������������ mmfmaaammama**  FOR THE BISOEST BAmm IN  Wall Papers  Call on J,"E.  i\mz and Sign Painter  ������-s������Mti������H<������Mi������cn*a������Mi  DAY SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; alfio ltin-  guaf-e*- drawni'' in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv-  ������*n In clas**e������ ot individually  3IFSS  nERTRAM,      Ladysmith, lit' j FINEST .TRAINS,   THE   LOWES  ?okwwmft&Bg&s^sa*&5������ggmm& RATES,, THE FASTEST time:j  RAYAIOND&  SONS  Then  lh*  lire Ion Oiiifl? Ml  *  nuii*  your   tickets  rfaii'iU  North Western Line  ���������"B-vm  *>*/, >tay~  iconrom  The only line now making UNI CM  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS .with th*  through trains from the Paciflt  Coast.  Till',     SHORTEST     LINE, TI"  ���������Dealers   in���������  Liinr,   Plaster   Paiift,    P.ric!.,  I]    Ii'irc  Diiclf and   Vancouwi i^--  || Viand cement.  ,3    3   Pandora St.' Victoria 11 C.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,  CUV  P 'UAOO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CI1 ������  ^jaiul ALL POINTS EAST.  W.    For coniplely information  ask y  lticjil -e^nt or write.  V.  W.  PARKER  Ounc.ral   (���������r"r  -i'ii) 2d* Ave.. SenUU  DUNDEE-.  ���������-^���������i������a^ u^TfcuJt..  W^r*v5  !&*������������ ���������?yy i  Ifeto^-Vi'.'  ���������<':������������������������������������<  lfe?������4K:;->;^:*,,  '?#���������������������������������  Uiider^New AlanaRinent  HOTEL WILSON  -  Jus* R. f^cKinnell, Prop,  NANAIMO  <'i.uirneicial   Mens'   head.ih.iiters.  Vioilern and      RLi icily  rir&fc  Clivii  Fire Proof     BiiililiBsf.  THE JONES HOTEL  i  TiciVdt and  Freig'-t Office, i ?fr  *'     I Ciovernmetit Stieet.  0    Transcortrineniat A  L       Tralins Balt^ ������" L  TheU^TiAXh*"'-   ���������'  ,   ORIENTAL LIMITED  Thc Train ol-  v'f -  . Ease,   Elegance; -.Excellence.  -   Every mile- a' picture;1   and  * no smoke to spoil the   view.  Through Compartment,   Ob:  -servation  and  Pullman  Sleepers;     also    Through    ToutisT  Cars  to Chicago.     *->������>  - '���������  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty - ~.  Union    Terminals-'with   all1  Steamer lines-.   ----- .    ���������- -  Berth reservations by  wirel  '���������   Great Northern S.S. Co.  ;) FOtt   JAPAN   AND CHINA.  ' Steamships Minnesota and Da- *  1 lv'ota sail from Seattle for Ja-  "pan    and China ports at-.fre-'  ^���������jjuenr dates.     -Eract.   sailing  ' dates can hc secured upon ap.-,  plication to any, Qreat Norths  Jci'n' representative:  "S. O.  YERKES; ; /  ,  '     A.O.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  ���������E. R. STEPHEN,  Pen.  Agent,  Victoria.  B.C.  d.  fc* J. HENRYS  HUMiir-diiKM-  HOUStt-ANO-SCitV  .HOWES H ,  jrMl^.yeatintaa^r  Road.  VliNCOUVEa.  ��������� u  Fletcher Bros.  . _ii   i .. a.'  It-ujJjU  PianosU:& Q%Ins  Ladysii.iih, B.c  t-'iti -a.  ��������� WHITE   COOK���������  and  --WHITE   LAliOK- ���������  ICinpIoycd Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  OA^AORE   STREET-     Ladysmith.'  ���������������--. i  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� ������������������ ���������   ��������� Uati-fl %\.->S-> ni\d%\l\H���������  P':ii    . . ��������� lo ail Klwuojioni   hxiidinirfi and  r.-.i!wr.y Hopo1.fi.    ~Klt'cfci'"u-J *u>(-| 'Vt'.rj (u-c  ii.inutBP.   to all. nitrtn  of. t.l o  <-ilj".,   Haf  ���������I'i'l tfthlii nnoxcelh'd.  F.-RAYNES', Propriator,  MJBOTT  ST.,��������� VANCOUVER   B, C.  Best accommodation for transient  xnd permanent boarders and lodgers:  GRAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfort-  aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-  ()s������+������ Hates Jl.flO a day and ������p-  wirds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  K^f-ilB.--'.**?. *������������������.-...���������������������������'  ������������������: ;���������-.: r^Uyt-Baltb  . Headquarter-' for   1������A<JIFIC ORO-lVN1 diirden; flela  fiwd'^towcr 5E-������D5 "  -forjilM-trlbutton."    '  *  .;  -La^g*  atot*'. of Home  . Grjowu FRWIT and -OR--  ^N^MENTAr;' -TREES'  ���������-no\f iriatured -for Spring'.-  Nci expense/'loss or  de^'.  laj^^W fumiiratioii or1 in-  speCtlon>,tM"  Let^me F|*ice youi" list  before ^placing your   or-  ti der.. i3reennouse Plants,  -- Floral ��������� Packages. Fertili-'  ���������   ?ers"-"feM?.-7  - 801l0 "We^tmiuster Roail.  VANCppyER, B.  C.  XX^,  fliHIy-ri / TinsmilKing  *'"    "''^niDONE.AT  ,    I Ifj^i- 4, J, Ji  Reasonable Prices  T'~'m������j.  -By-  :J. ANDERSON  ;���������'Leave ordwa"'at feterlon's Purn  ture Store, or telephone No 58.  ���������M I m HIIM-++HH++ h+*+l. +**+*+**++*++++++.|,.M.+i.++++  1     THE TYEE" COPPER CO.. Ltd.     I  Scotlands Best..  .~,.:X'rSi\y������lJ^... .'  r:)VVi  p"0^^!^.^-^\:^^/iV^^i     i  m  -<��������� .~t>;  We arc juslly proud of Ihis  Bool. Tha irroatcsl pruise has  ibeen hoajied iijion il since ils  introduction.  L 100. Mens 10 in.  Logging Boots  French Call' Un-oiif/hoii'l, with  extra No, 1. heavy' hciiilook  sole's; have outside' coiiiTt.ers,  nre pegged an.d have standard  screw reinforcing all around  the sole.  Iff HUDSOIIS M (fl.  Sole.   Alien is Jor Ji. (!.  t  Manufactured by  J. LECKIE Go. I  VANCOUVER, B. C  I GLASS       GLOBES  ' When you want a Glass glohe  see that you get the -glohe  with the rubber ring* on it,  as it is 'tlu* only kind that  can leep the water out ��������� the  Klahes without the nil^nr rin^  cannot keep out water, you  can see that by ervairiiining  them. The artificial (lower  that is put into tlie globes  with the rubber rings, is fj)ua.v  antecil to he the. best, and if  you want a i-dobe with n.  Ruhhcr Kino;, call at Mrs. T.  X. .I ones, ai;ent for  W'-.NRV CRGW  .  The only    place  you can    get  Them.  Hole  Agent  in  B.C.   for     the  French    Wreath   Co.^ of   London,   Paris,   Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor. Comox lid. ,fe Milton St.  NANAIMO  B.C.  SriiAM IlIIATED  i HURNISH    ROOMS'  BAR SUPl'WED WITH BSi '1*  WINKS,MQ0ORS, CIGARS   ,  D HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRiS, Proprietor  Newly fitted tip and  Furnished  LADYSMITH,   . C  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLAND HOTEL.  DAVID  MYN.nS,  Pro]).  Board at reasonable  Rates  The bar is extra  well  Stocked  This   Motel   ha������    been   completely       renovated.  Board aid lodging'$1.00 per day.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN 1 I 'A, Proprietor  liar   ftunijlied   with   the   Best    Wines, 1st  Avenue  :���������:    -:   :���������'   Lnilysmithltt!.  Li(|iiors  aiul   (,'igtrs.  +  -  ���������J-  4.  +  *  *  '+  * . .  J. ���������';,  ���������f*  *f   -  +  MUKCIIASEkS  AND SMELTERS OP COPPER, QOLO-AND-  *   rrv������^.:uxi  SILVER^OKES:--' "-  :<  ijutusa;  ������������������i:..t   :a>.  ^niettir^,M^okl<s at  r.n.v  HEAD OFFICE -^  DUNCANS SrATp,^  Vancouver Island, B. C.  ���������^^-���������- -    ������,v   ��������� '���������*���������' '     ..��������������������������������� hj\������-   ���������������������������*.. y ��������� ':���������������������������".  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.  Manager. I  I STOVES!                       ST^  j we are making HEATERS and RANGES of  j Latest 5tyles>nd New^  I Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work    ��������� !  {.-. Nickel Plating" iii air its branqhgs a Specialty  I Ladysmilh Sto^ei c&ilr^n^^rks Go. l^d  ; 'TELEPHphiEjia^ s; 'o-ii-.-.". ,yi-y ���������'-��������� ^���������'ir7Q\'-f;,Io:^oC'42.:.;  ���������������������������������������������������������������)|N|.lf,|l|M|H|H|,|  9**m**9"**������%+'9r������f}*������9*^-**  , Kf, VVjiUjtamsan Prop r : "u  '.'������������������...��������� .' ���������,.,    ' V     .'.* : "''''''��������� -'*^c ���������*'��������� -    ' ���������''   '*'"  *st Avenue ladysmith B C  1  r  WM.  MUNSII'],   I'rcsidt-nl-    .1.  W.  OOni'IRN,  Managing Director.  Telcphanp -l-l.,  he Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd.  '���������"���������**���������':'  Mfi.L.S    AT   KIDDIOK    AND   LADYSMITH-"     -v ia  Shingles at Sp������3oiaIty  MANUFACTURRHS  OF   Ilouo-h ji,na Dressed Fh-iiiKi LUulnr Lusnbers  -\.������a*������<  *  t  Neatly and Artistically/D^h^f^^"-^^^""^^"--: :       ^  Orders Promptly Execute  -   LADYSMITH   j __ m^ .        -���������������        -; :_i .H}pyj   ���������������������������.'.  S. ROEODlNG    ^ ���������  jin ������������������vr.T"  mrrrf  ^    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*���������.*���������������������*��������� *****���������+*++++*+4**jfa+jn+;:4'  f LA-D/SM'i  *  *  TRANSFER; STABtE  "*>-/i'>  *.';.     .r-iz\r'j">;!q'.!.-.-������������������:��������� *.     .'*   ������������������ .c  PIANOS,      ORG^NS������   AND ritiulkgfadti)   "'tftfklUftin'F'MOV-'''  EH PROMiPTLY A" Nt) SAFELY.       ' '  t  S tahles in the rear of the Lad ysralth hotel  ; .r./isikbtoata" ford.  LATHS,   SIIINGLES,   MOULDINGS,       ETC.,     of    ti������e   HEST  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED     FLOORINGS      AND  FINISHING LUMBER IN   STOCK  ... v:;;.:*������?"  ^���������%^������.-������.-%^^������������^.'%^>^i������'a>--������    ***************** V **.**..****  * *,* l*****4-*++**i t+>t^.^t>t'.  Leave ordtrs at   tht  t A.    J   WASKETT PFiQp  c THE LADYSMITH DAILY   LEDGER  ������ *a * mmrm <m>imjtim m*+' ���������*���������*��������� r**m  LODGES  ;     ... -  LADYSMITH.. TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathhone" Sisters'; meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  m. of n. & c.  UNITED. AiNClEN'i       OKI) fit   \j)  '.  DRUIDS  Wellington Un-ve  No   -1  U.  A   i).  i  Alecis   ni the i- ���������������   O .F   Hail, i ������-  ily smith,    the   Second   and      1-V..I ������������������.  Wednesdays of each month, coiiiuw.  i*g  Wednesday.  l?.th.. 1905.  Visiting Drmds     arc trvitwi  t(     i  tmd.  IJv Oiter  WM   RAITER,  Reef Sft������������������ *  PATRICK   HV.i'K   NT    -V  Dc.  Dier can he touiid at any tt"  at his ofliee on Gatacre st.   His   d.  tal   work  is guaranteed  to  he flr.-i  class and rates r������*asonable st  ?g������33%t������imis&sm  HILBERil-  >r. R. B. Diet  Surgeon Dentist   .  NOTICE  From     this tlatt  the  undersigned  will   not   le  ---sponsible  foi   any In  debtedness *   Incurred except on      *  wiitteu orri������r signed by the secretarv  Rowland Maehin.  V.   I.   EXPLORATION  ti   MRVRl  OI'MENT CO., LTD.  Non Persona' Lfabll'ty. ,  Vlrtnrtt ,nL C .   Vu\   l������M>    ">(\*  H. R, SIMPSON  !Sollclt������ir.  m%e  Money   to    Loan  All   work   guaranteed and at.  reasonable  rules.,,  RESIDENCE   AND  OKt'ICE  Gatacre St Ladysmith  O'ou at all hours.  LADYSMITH   BAKLkY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND    PASTin  ALWAYS    1'REtrTl   ON  HAND  Wedding     Lakes   -.iade    to  Order  FLl'iTS   A^D    CANDIES OF   ALL  KINDS.     r'KESJI    BREAD  T-.V-  EKY    DAY  I'rices    arc     Very Reasonable.      All  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP LEE A CO  ON THP-   SSPLANADK. '  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  i* i ':..+  The f Sunshine" furnace a ad  ������������������gunny." ways, are synonymous,  .-in i������ lX\  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUBAN   BLOSSO.l  None Im    Unio*. I .a! mi     Iimploy-*d  n  J.   BOOTH. Prop  Paisley Dye Warks  Fancy Dyeing and Cleaning. Charge  es reasonable, etc.    Work Guaranteed)  Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B* G.  EXCELLENT  Train Service  <g*������������2-5'3������s BCTOfEEN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, D0ST0N,  ' And tbe Pi-liiclwiil BubIdobb Centcruof  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime. Provinces.  AL80 TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND  PHILADEIPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables, etc., ad>lre68  CEO. W. VAUX,     '  Assistant Gcu'l rnsKcnger una Ticket Agent  136 ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO. ILL.  * *s%^$& LAUDS'  ....SI  The*cold, dreary winter days can ' ���������/'/'',l' .*  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  "���������bines" in many other ways over common furnaces.  Two shakers are used to shake the heavy, triangular-  shaped grates. This just cuts the work of shaking-  down in half, besides being easier on the furnace than  the old one-shaker style.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  Booklet free.  June  > anaimo, B.C., June 24.���������  'J he , l'nu.-ral (ii* Eunice J.)avLs, ihe  infuni cJnii'j>Inioi- oi Mr. and Sli'i. C.  Mat is. <ji" .Ml. SicUcr. loot- place yes.  11-nla**, uftci'iKion iriiin the residence  of Mr. .md .Mrs. Walter .Jones, Ken-  ncdy street, lhe burial takimg place  in the* Nanaimo ccim-i ery. Funeral  s.'i-*. i.'es were (-(inducted by ihe Rev.  .John l{ob**on oi' I lie Wallace Street  Methodist church, the funeral ar-  1 tiiigvinetit-. hciiift in lhe hands of  Mc lihc   &   S(������.  "Mrs.   A. "J .'-Shook  E    \\\   llsinli/iK-  I..   II.   Mills.  Ceo.  Turks.  D.   II    11cl'Uu\.  WClar/s  LONDON.  TORONTO.  MON-TRUAI..   WINNIPEG,  Vancouver. St. John, Hamilton.  Vancou. <*r, .June 2'd.���������IFerc i.-> a  chance i'oi M. Matsuda, the local  .Japanese wrestlei, who' lui-. throxvn  l>raciicall.\ ever-, I liin������ at lus w.-ifcht,  io <i'i\e ii|> liyn.e, lo dfieal Sinclair  Swanson of Naiiaiino l'o������- a while und  (aUu on another innn for a trial The  follow ii������n t hall.-iir.c-. whjch looks und  ���������sounds (i1-., liusiiic-sn. w-^m hand, d iu  ', >) lhe s|i(,,ii]).. editor <.f the Tronic.*   loda.-v .  "Cu   bclinlf   uf    Andrew    Miller       of  Voi'K.    I    herehy   challenge       M-  Ihe cily yesLorday, Mat snihi   u>   tt   wrest lm������    match      for  lhe  line  on   a  hand ' a   .sn|(.   Uei    of RlOO  to  '^.".OO;    inaLch  ~\lr IC. J-'ari", .siiperintendeiiL of  iiuisen work, and l>rid������e i\vinidalions  fir llic I'aci'lc coasl division and of  lho IC. & N. line, accompanied by  i v\ o ulh.'i- railroad men, who have  iharye ui lhe work al places along ! Nci  iho line, were in  ha\ iny come  u  mS  J. PIERCY & GO.  M.inufacturers Of.���������������������������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS, ;  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.,  WHOLESALEj)HY GOODS  VICTORIA, B. C.  The Ladysmith Hardv^are Co,, Sole Agent  8s  9  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILL.-  SHARPENED  BY  US      ALWAYS    GIVE  SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED   -SFUPSMITniNf,    IN     ALL   ITS   BRANCH ES  Horseshoers and Genera1 Bfacksmitfis.  Buller Street   -      -������������������������������������-���������;.-   Ladyarnitti, B ���������*������-���������  !. JULY I  ������=^  car examining tiie roa-d-bed and arranging for the bi'^inniny; ol worl* nil  ulong ihe line. This work will be  (oniiiiGiirc'l ai onee anil pushed lh:  eniu-e season. Ai lhe Mill .*Lre:un  just above Nanaimo, :t sione founila-  tion will be laid and steam shov.-K  will till in. It is est iniated hy the  eiifj-ijieers thm ihe Al Hist roam job  alone  will   cost   iJGO.OOU. "  'J'his large expenditure on road-bod  alone spea'ks eloquently of the company's intent ions regarding tho ex-  lending of iho line north, mud I eliding   north   means   iiicreabed   business  in   .Iiih.  eiihi'i' jiiiCfil^-  io  take phic.  '.'.'   .ir   publicly       \n   aii'iwer    tli.'oiip.h  'lie   Pro*, ince   will   lejd   lo   lm*- im ss.  "RILLY   lil-'.RMAN",  "Miinagr-r  for Alillcr"'  A horse l)eloiii*iiij; to Air. damei  (\'ii'twrij;Jir of (he Five Acres, ran  a way last e\ filing and was only  !iroiii.'h( to a stop when it ran into  a telegraph pole in front of the C.  I' Ti. ticke-t ollice. The horse was  nol much the worse for ils run. Inn  tho rig showed the had effects of ils  .ollision   with   the   post.     The    shaft  for   Nanaimo. as   well   a.s  all   the,  Is-   broke  in  several  'duces,  a   number of  land points. spokes   broken,   and   a   number      of  Tho Canadian i'ueific has plenty  of   minor  breaks   made   it  necessary     lo  money to make extensions and tiie*,  arc anchored ou Vabcouver lslaiul���������  the E. & S. I'ailway, the great impress llorel at Victoria, the extensive and increasing Asiatic .and Australian   commerce;.     The   building     of  cmovo   the   vehicle   to   a   blacksmith  hop  for repairs.  In the runaway, the driver, a son  ���������f Air, Cartwright's, had a uafuiw  *eape from receiving serious injuries  ii some maimer one of tho tra"es  lipped off the single tree,  this si iirf-  lines    across      Canada   north   of   thi:  coimpany's       lines   all   goes   lo   si.ow <d   the   horse   a-Idcking   with   the   re  that   the   great    railway   corporation rn!i    that   the    dashboard    was    de  lias decided  lo develop Vancouver  Is- t.iolished,   young     Cartwrig-ht   recriv  ,00 0   IN    PRIZES  W, ..."       I  '- ������      ���������*������ 4 -.  CM'CJtam  ���������sf  land   and   will  build  north  and   wist  Nanaimo      is     tho  logical  crossing  point   from    Vancouver.      It   can    be  l'eadil)   seen   wkat   this   means   io Na-  paimo.  'ViiSterday    Messrs.   D.   Moffat,     J.  Alillar and 11.   Kdwards,  a committew  i p lo ii- s M p   Baseball,    Matcher' om the lotal ������  j,,-.   ';_;   , ��������� , ,      .   ;. " ������V   a   canvas   of   the  NANAIMO-RELIANCE VS. LADYSMITH. &   lho  cilv   .���������   ,,^01  ing a nasty kick -on the leg and being knocked out of the rig, the wheel  of the buggy running over the boys  Jeft thigh. ^\.s the rig was empty,  ihe injuries recei wd ��������� by th������'driver  v. ere not very serious, so iliiit" *" he  uas ahle to lollow up after - liis "  I'unawny, and caught up to R wh.c-n  Orange Lodg-e. made' ir was in a -mixup wiih The teleg-rr.ph  business   houses   of  fole..  ���������**H*^-I->4*V*HI'  fr-*������4*^������H"H*^-l^  IGE1    ICE!   ICE!  Will be Delivered on Mondiiys,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in by eleven o'clock on  day  of Deliveiy,  Union  Brewing Co  rr   '     - ������������������' '-Limited'  | NANAIMCf^ B. C.  *^Hr'i^'r*'l^'l'*^h*'l^'l'*'b^  ^Championship    Football   Match  Oft- VANCOUVER  VS.  L-ADYSMI.TH.  gg C h i l.d.r en's    Sports   -rrrrrzi  8g.   d������ :~====G r and    Re ^atiaij^=:  il?jw    Indian Canoe Rapes, Log R . Hing "Contests, Si'iilliii'j; ��������� Msitelies, etc  ->������ Championship V. I." Swimming Match���������Amateur SJ  of a full holiday  on Thursday, duly 12th, in p'ace oi  the  regular  half day  off.  The following petition was carried  a.-nund hy the committee, and iii  only one instance "*c *���������"���������"��������� i*/>r.n<i=i  i*. fused-  IHTTCHP.RjS   VS.   DrwYGOOTlS.  The   Diilchei-s have  ncce.pted        the  hallenge  of  11k* Prygoods  men to  a  ..imc of base-ball,  and the  event -will  was   thfir  reqiiesl [ ,aif. ,-,]oco on t)lR Caledonian., grounds  f r.  Tuesday   night   at   i> :"*0.  'Wc,   the  undersigned,   hereby agre#      -phe  biitchers'   team   will   be  pick,si  .to  give pur  clerks, a   full   holiday   on   f,-6m.'the ."followinc-:     A.Turner.   W:  Thursday   the  .Twcdfth   of   July,      in-  Little,   ,J.'.JTardy    IV,  Rafidle, *  :B i g   Tu.'tH-o f-warr  LOGGING CAMPS VS, LADYSMITrr.  DAY OF SPORT  h'  *  stead   of the   regular  linlf, day.   thus   Teague, W. Tippett, W. Now/!**rry  (Continued  on Page Four.)-  T.  D.  ���������"���������JT-i  f Excursion  Rates From All Points  RUSSELL   SIMPSON,'.-;*.  - Chairman  H. MACKLTN,  Treasurer.  NOTICE- TO  CONTRACTORS.  .Ladysniith, Wharf.  SEALED TENDERS,'"'properly endorsed "Tender for- Ladysnutli Wharf  and Approach," will he received hy  the iinde.rsi'-.ned up to noon of tliu  30th inst,, for the erection and completion of a wharf and approach, at  Oyster  Harbour j La-dyfernith, B.C.  Drawings, specifications and conditions of ten lering and contract may  t,e seen at, the" office of. the PuibUr  Wofks Engineer, Victoria, B.C;, al  the office of the'��������� Government. Agent,  Naaaimo, B.C., and at, Ladysinilh,  B.C., on and after June the 18th.  Each proposal must be accompanied hy aJi accepted hank chcrpic or  certificate of deposit on a chartered  .bank of Canada, made payallilp lo the  undersigned, in the sum of two hundred ($200) dollars, which shall he  forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when  called upon to do so.  The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will he returned to them upon  the execution  of the contract.  The successful tenderer will be -required to furnish bonds himself and  two sureties, satisfactory to. the  Chief Commissioner, in the sum of  eight* hundred   (ifSOO)   dollars each.  Upon the c.vccution of the bond the  die/quo. above mentioned will he returned to tho contractor.  Tenders will not he considered unless made out on the forms supplied  and signed with the actual signature of  the tenderer.  F.   C.  GAMBLE,  Public Works Engineer.  Lands and jWorhs  Department,  Victoria, ���������'B.C.,  15th  June,   1!)0C.  JAS.  ADAM  Secretarv  Essssssfisae ^M8$m$fc>x������ Rsm&xM  *��������� * ���������  . ������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������ ������������������������������������������������������..  ��������� ���������������..��������������� 1.   .������..������..������..���������..*..������..  ,.������..������..���������������������������������������������������������������-  Pirst Cln5*>  RIGS FOR HIRE  *    WOOD AND BARK.-FOR S    ALE    AND     DKl.l VERKD.     .  EXPRE   SS WORK.  ~     ���������       -mr"'-"���������-'*- ���������-n n in   ������������������ ti - -i-i^-     ��������� " *'" -���������������������������    -.,'M<-.-.-..-%irtr.-i-������i- i ������������������>. ������������������  i   '; ���������  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ������������������..>.������������������..*.���������*.������������������..���������,.  '.   W.  SILER  *ENEKA-L LXPRfiSS ANP  " DELIVERY'  WORK rUOMPTl.Y   |u     '���������  Leave ordnr.s  at. the  Alihntsforrt ,  Keep  Minard's  ���������house.  Liniment    in    the  NOTICE  LADY5M! Ill WWEvl WORKS  Consumers are requested to call al.   the office     on  Kourrls   Street  iay Water   .Rates, between the'10th    and  the 2.r*th of each in  :<!h.  Office Hurs I P.M. 4 30  T. ( BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  Express  i.,ight Teaming.  Orders With���������  Wood anil   Bark   for  sale.     See  J.   KEMP,   ov    leave  W. CARTER,  FIRST AVENUE  PHONE      60  to allow any of our clerks to attend  .the Orange Celebration in , Victoria  on  the  above.-. tlate  A. IL Johnston &  Co.  G-eo.   S. ���������Peai-son-���������&   Co.  J.  H.  Good  &  Co.  Oeo.   Hevilockn-ay.  J".    SUai'tnan. ,  Edward   Hughes.     .  A.   I?: 'Wescott.    ���������-.''���������  ���������las.   Hirst.  M. X. Masters;  : J;   A.   Caldwell.,  Pow-era &  Doyle   Co.  V.   S.   Clark*.  Patterson   Shoe   Co  ���������J.   Ai   McDonald.  J.   Ci era rd.  C. F.  Bryant.  FT.   Bo t ley:  Richard ^HUbei-t.  TI.   A. Worth.  Jos.   Rohinson.  J. 'Wilson.  Jus.    Voting:.  W.   M.   Lang-ton.  W. 11.  M'cKonzic.  Jno.   D.  Thomas.  L.   Manson.  Win.   Oi'ossan.  Jas.   Watson.  D. Spencer.  Fletcher  Bros.  J.   F.   Davison.  !;:���������  Try a Province Cigar.  . o   UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  There are many people  who    have  used  Chatuhterlain's     Colic,    Cholera  and Diarrhoea 'Remedy with splendid  results,    tout  who are unknown    *lx  cause they have hesitated ahoul giv  ing 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 is a  good  medicine to have    in  the home   a:.d  is widely known for its cures   -f   ci j  arrhoea and all forms of -hiowel tr0u  ble.     For sale hy Ladysmith    Ph-.i  tnacy.   o >   Ask for Minard's and take no other  .2. y j s"2*-1 T������������ noififc"c<3' *s-i  Syno'psis -of- ���������'Gana:(iiaiii^-T<^iestead <;  "     'T*   '     1       ���������   ���������  ,���������':,'      -   .   -.-ir..    --w -      4*  .��������� i ��������� Regulations:  -���������:���������   .--���������*���������������������������   -.*-.'-      Any available Dominion Lands  within the Railway.',Belt - ini: British  Columbia, may- be rhomesteaded ; by  any person who is tlie solo, head oi  a 'family,, or any male over e.ghteea  years of age,-to the extent of one-  quarter section of 1G0 acres, more  or less.        , ,.   :   ..-.'.   ���������  Entry., must lie made personally at  the local land office for the district  in  which the land is  situate,  The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected, therewith under one of the following  plans:  (J) At least six   months' residence,  upon and cultivation of tlie land     in  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 vicinity of thc land entered for, the requirements as to residence may hc  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  v(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the ret'-uirements as to residence may be satisfied by residci.f-i*  upon-the said land.  Six monfhe' notice in wril.i..'*.  should he given to thc Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of in-  1 en tion to apply for patent.  Co.%1 lands may be purchased at $lu  ner acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  ���������teres'can be aO;-*iiired by one individual oi' company. Royalty at, tho  rate of ten cents per ton of 2,0fti  ���������'ounds shall he collected on the  ���������itoss output.  W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of Interior. THE LA DYfiBIITH DAILY LEDGER  SPECIAL  ���������  #  ���������  ���������  100 Doys* o Youths* Suits  OOOD QUALITY���������GOING' AT A SAC RIFICE AT  SICKLE'S  ���������  #  Come and Clothe your Family-  ���������  *  *  ���������  ���������  *  ���������  *  ���������  *  ���������  ���������  -Inspection    Is    Invited  .*>. .***���������. .'If. .**������.   .***. .*<?. .*t*. .���������. .-i*, .***. i*K .j*. .*fr������ .���������!?. .V. .T������ .*. t*������ t-i*������ i*f*T ������-t*i |-|*|   i*j*i |T| 1*1*1/i'i  ^WW '41 V '-l'"'l*' '���������*���������- '+��������� ���������*��������� ���������+**+'*���������������"*'*+J '4-1 'V + ***��������� *+! ���������*.''A' 'J.1 '*���������  5mith, Fotos,  That's AIIJ  Local Items  LETTER FROM  MR.  J. ENO  Ladies'  In Blue & f>d Lustres  I Trimmed with White  Military Braid���������-All  Sizes  NOTICE  C3E2SS  Notice is lvrehv given that I in-  toji.il to apply to lhe Hoard of- Licensing Commissioner*. (,f Ilie City ol  Ladysmilh, at it next siiln'L*;, for a  transfer from myself io ITanryBlair  of the license (o sell .spirituous-anil  fermented liquors" on lot thiee (3),  Block twenty-si-*:, (2(5), on the'.p/e-  inises known as the Cecil lintel, situated on First A\(-mi������-* in tlie cily of  Ladysmith,   B'.C, ' -  Dat<*..l Ihis 15th day of .lime, A.  J).   1110(1.  GEORCiE  II AN NAY.   .  Hy his Attorney  in faci,  ITenry  Reifel.  -������������**V*  "Airs.   C.  Ramsay  left   on  the  train  for Nanaimo.  noon  Misses Morrison, Teague and SLu*et  were  passeng-cis  on   tihe  down    tram I  ���������today   for  Victoria,   where   they   will I  attend  the Teachers'   Convention   in  that city. >  Miss  M.  Ramsay    armed  on  moining  train fiom  Nanaimo  will leave in  the moining  foi  toria,  where'*'she    will spend a  days.  thy  She  Vic-  few  Al'iss Annie Dunsmiiir who has hecn  attending school in Vancouver, airn-  eli in Ladysmith Saturday tiiuung,  an<l will spend Hie holida\s with her  parents here.  Rate-payers aie reminded that Saturday, June 30th, is the last day  on which they may expect lo reevhe  rebates'-on their taxes.  After the council meeting tins evening- the Dominion Day Celehiation  Committee will hold a session, when  the final details for celebration day  will  be  dealt,  with.  None Better-Capital & Nii'-.jrvl Cijtars  The collier Terje Viken is due in  port this afternoon f-vr a full cargo of   coal.  Tug  Flyer   and    fx:h.w   weie   in   foi  coal  at  the local  wharves   today.  The loe Cieam and Stiwhciiy Festival* to he held on the rav.ilion  Grounds tomorrow, olleis many attractions. From d p.m., the ladies  will sell Ice Cream, . Strawherries,  Candies, etc. The City Band will  he in attendance. The object 0f  festival   is  worthy of  support  JMr. Jas.  Adam   today     received a  lettei  from  J.   Eno,   who,   with  Joe  SanJeison   is  at  present    'in     Coal  Crock, Alberta.    Mr. Eii0 plates thai*  JootbaU is a great drawing card   at j  present in  Alberta,    ,uul gives    des-  CLiptioiib 0t seieml games in    which  \Jr.  Sandersoa and luiiisch have \i\a\  ed.     He says  that  -Joe has made    a  yreal hit   with   the playeis, and  no-  luiiiig is too good foi  them.     Air. A,  iimcmiison,  lonni-rl}    oi  tins    city,  acted  as    chairman      ol  a     smoker  winch thc club ������,a.e there, and   Air.  t������no .itates tha,t a very entertaining  meniug     was    spanl.     Referring   to  l.ther  bad*,smith  lesidents, Mr.  Eno  states that he recently    saw Messrs. j  jlailsionn-s   and   Scott   pl/aying,     Jull-  baciv foi   the    Coleman     team.     Air.  i^iio i'lys that      woin.  is very plenu-  lul in  that section aud  the cities gen-  eially aie prosperous.   . i   NANAiMO  NhWS NOTES  Men's  Men's & Boys'  Suits I  ts  i and TlahU'An) Color  1  :'y-Mke&he'&&%  (Continued from Page Three)  Qiieiiuul,   11.   Tliorni',    A.    a...ith.    .1.  lirovvii  tiiKl  L.  Xv.el.so.  Tlio  lolloumg   is  tli.i   line-up  ol   the  Lii'*, goods  ui.01*.,  Cuixliisr���������CJuIIowu>.  L'ltehei���������Caldorlieu.il.  UL   Base���������Kii-kumii.  2ml   Base���������Xn-holSuli  ."'.I'll    IJ.lSO-   LlL'l-giTOIl  toll 01 l slop ��������� Cliitiwi'll  LuiL   Fuji���������Uli.ur.  (V-ntiv   l<*n*lU���������Anduisiin  lii^hl   l-'n-UI���������Jiii-U.  Pioneer Doth; Ms  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B; G  W. I faii$, Prop.  AI AN Ul< ACTURKR OF  C.ni'hona'i'd Beverages, .  '  Ci i nger   Bee r' <  Fruit Syrups  TEA SETS  ���������  z  ���������  P.   0.  Box  24S ��������� ,' '    -i  ,  '  1 ffi99999 9������������������������������������������������������(  - ^-l-O.'i   Temvs  Go: tls  ;\: rossi   Sticks   AND   Z   B.?s- 15 ill   Outfit s  ins  A letter received' at this office today from Afr. J as. Smart, secretaiy  treasurei of the Dominion Day Race  Association, Victoria, says in pari  "I notice that Ladysniith is ha-vini],  a celohration of its own on Dominion Day, but I hope that some :' of  your people at least* will come to us  on those days, %��������������� froni the present  outlook the Race meet will he very  successful. We. have at least twenty and probably thirty running, horses  coming from Seattle, and the harness  races .also I  think will all fill."  Ask for Capital and Nugget Cigars  Unlike other golfers, King Alfonso  smiles when he makes a bad stro'-'e,  and utters nothing more v-ehement  than "Hi!" ; He intends to introduce  the same into : .Spain.���������Vanity Fair.  Keep Minard's Liniment in thc house  Mi. Sum Mol I iMituv, wlio lias ������  spli'iuhil mill !jiirdi*n on Kiiv.william  -.lii-ot, sent in 11 v.-'i'.v ucce])lable  s.uii])!..- of Iiih Al-ed'oon :>t raw berries  10*. tlw ll.'i-jlil ollin' v.���������.tei'day, with  also a sa iii pie ot .splendid fruits  which weie mildewed owing to the  excessive and unusual amount of ruin  ihis inoiiih This. .Mr. Mottishaw  explains, a'-iounts 101 iho ���������scarcity of  hoinio-gj'owii si 1 aw b<*i 1 ies- and t'hc  eon-.eqiR'iit pi ii-i-. whu-h while not  hiyh now m iii'fhiuu'v sci^ons is con-  siclc'rahl-. lovvei This season quite a  large percentai#* of Uie strawberry  ci-oj) of Nunainio haw thus been  spoiled. ;i<*Y>i'(iinnU'ly such : excessive  ii iiifall in .Tune does not u.'t. n occur. The Mi <!0011 s aro a splendid  'variety of the vine fruit, large and  luscious, firm and swc-i-t. probably  the best variety of strawberries  grown   on   the   Island  Last evening' Socialist orntors vv*re  delivering speeches on th*.- waterfront  in front of the N'anaimo Club building. "Labor Slave.'.' "proprogand."  and   "proletariat"'   as  usual   held   the  centre 01' the stage The addresses  Seemed to please LliO speaker**. The  small but good nai uivd .iiidieiice had  noihing else lo do only smoke and  listen and the irieetniL-, aUjoiiriied by  gradual  dissolul ion  ���������   tenders;.  .'render.-, will he received by lhe undei signed up till June 2(itli, loi permission (o erect and conduct refreshment booths, etc., on tiie t Iliml-ei  Ciiriiuuls, and also a separalc len-  dei for same pi iv iltp,es on the Spit  on M-mday, July 2nd Tender- foi  e.ich place must he euliiely 'ii'pai.ile  .J. ryan[  t'hairman   G'rriiinds'   f'om  Ladysmith, li. C.  IMIOTOS-One Dollar  bins six Cabinet   Photos.     Sunday   is   tlie     last  day.     Photograplis  will  nol   l.e oTet-  etl affaiu at tins ])ricc.     t'onie l.t-d-iv  Selienck,   the Vholoiriapher   vvisriri-:  J. BARNSlfY & CO,  VK TORIA,'B.C.  We have a lovely assortment of  Tea sets in Different designs and  -       Colors  Price S4 50 to 7,50 Per Set  The Sets  Comprise 40 (Pieces  ! S1M( tLM1SER& CO Ltd.  gi De\ni in   the ���������:��������� ^  ^ BUTCHER   BUSINESS  gl    to STAY.    We ai'ft ALWAYS in sliape to please our   Customers,  S^   and have on hand the best   stock of������������������-���������i   % MEATS-, 'SAUSAGES,' HAMS, BACONS. EC.  t������' Obtainable,  aiwi'sold at the  LOWEST POSSIBLE UATPS. i . ll  S*=     in and see us.  , * _rr*feS    '  ���������  I  ^  ^  ^  ^  PICNIGERS ATTENTION  We have made arraiugeincnts  lo have a launch leave 'the  wharf every hour ilur-pip; Thurs  day "afternoons and on Sundays after 10 o'clock* in the  forenoon fji the Green, and  shell beach, \vheie. vve have established reiieshinent' booths.  Campers wishing, ploLs for  teiilinn should apply early, ^s  Ihe caiiiiJiiiK season is nearly  here.  = A. HOWE I  g MEAT   MARKET 3  HRS  AtcKINNELLEY    HUOH    THORNLEY  Try a Province Cigar.  Get Your ���������  **..  S.   W.    P.     $2 Gallon  ������ r  ELEPHANT $1.75 Gallon  LADYSMim HARDWARE COMPANY LlfllTED  Sniol������e Hig l\. Ciyais  1'have just received a shipment'ol  Hills'  High Grade  INGUSH T0BICC0-S  and   -  IM YORK WORLD  AND-  NEW YORK JOURNAL  OWN!  ���������TS  -AT-  al *hc-  KtlliH DOOIt Sit  DRUG   STORE    J....... I  Ask for Minard's anil  take no other  ^WM^wwwM^miwwm w*m v*mwM������  Is now the topic and to meet the  demand we have stocked a Com������  plete  Assortment   of  Delightful  ���������Necessities  Saturday, June 30th. and .Monday, July 2nd,  2,000   DOLLARS    IN'   PURSES  Excursion  l>;itcs-���������Don't M!ss Tlici, That'.-* All  J. t. Still  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST A VENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  jFOUNTAIN   PENS  We have just received a shipment of the Famous  LAURENCE \  FOUNTAIN      PENS  Each one cafries a special guarantee. , Prices from $1.00 up.  .>_���������_CALL   and   SEE -THEM������������������  B; FORCIMIiER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSHITH  mmmmm*mmmmm  ScorotaLy-'ricaaurei'.  mm. i (.  WALL  -jj.*.���������>ua*������A*J**������   GINGER Al.E,  per'Uoljfcle,  , ~  ,  2H . cents  LEMONADE, per liottk*  25 cents  PERSIAN   SHERBET,    per   Tin        25  cents  EIFFEL .TOWER LEMONADE,  per Tin,   2*f> cents  RASPBERRY   SYiRTJP,  per   Bottle ~      75 cents  LIME JUICE, per Bottle _...       25 cents  BLAIR   Sc   A  5S  fi^mmwm hwmwmtmmNW wwww^  i e������ a a*������  I have a choice line of  ������<*������������������������������������������������������<*������ 9 0 ������������������������������������������������������������������������  TT  "CT8     A     T  CALL   EA..RLY  E. G.  PAN N ELL  GATACRE SI  9  9  9  9  ���������  #  m  9  6  *  ���������  Granite and Matbie Works  ���������  if'\y  * 99 90V9999 O <S������ O O ���������  LADYSMITH   ���������  o  Handsome Designs, Fine Colorings,  Pi ices Lowest  For the Month of June, . and  until further notice, we will  trim all Wall Paper sold hy  us Free of Charge."  11.  KAY'S *'.���������  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Granite aiut Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc..;-at the  lowest prices consistent  with first class stock and  workmans-g^pv Write for  catalogue.  A. -STEWART,  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION  '; /^ENDURANCE"  (8132 II.   S. B.)  At Johnson's Li very Stah.e every  Tuesday at noon, and will remain  until Wednesday noon, each week.  TERMS���������f 15 TO INSURE  J!  u  r  >  1,1  >  1  {

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