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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 30, 1906

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 CBQ  ?SL?^������8������������.Y. .,  tt:  The  v'.������ v  ;.*  Daily  VOL.,2  SATURDAY  JUNE. 30,-1900  PRICK FIVE CBNT5T  THREE TUG OF WAR  TEAMS TO COMPEtE  -%.;;+^-  I    I     |   DIM  Smelter-, Logger's and Ladysniitb  Teams Will Pull on  Avenue oil Monday  -%.������������������������-  Everything is in Readiness for a  Good Day of Sports, Each Com-  ���������   mittee Well Supported    !  ��������� i <++'  * i  Last evening the celebration committee met m the .office of Mr. Russell Simpson, when the fsal arrangement;-; were made fcir the holding pi  the celebration hero on Monday next,  anil according to all reports turned  in by ' the \arious'committees, 'the  celebration is goin__; to \/c a huge  success. The collection committee  (ha\e in the neighi. orhood of $800.00  collected.,now, and this is not counting any profits which may accrue  .from tlie sale of dance and admission tickets. -  Mr. M. Cellc, who had been ap-  , pointed-as collector at- E\ tens ion, re-  . ported .that lie had collootied in the  neighborhood of '$18.50. He would  have received more had not -many  people thought there would ~bc no  train oh that day,.and therefore they  think it will be impossible for them,'  to attend.      > ���������-'���������  The foreman of logging'camp Nol 5  sent word that $l3 0_0uhad bcen^cQl^  lected in that camp.-    - ' ���������   '  There will likely he three teams in  the tug-of-war, as last'evening a  communication was received from .the  Tyee Smelter cmployoos stating- that  they had a team which they wished  to wit r, aim! it was the "opinion ot  Ihe meeting' I hat tlie more teams entered the better the exhibition, consequently tlie offer of the Smelter  men will be accepted.  Some 'discussion arose as to whether or i.ot it would Le advisable  to lay plant s for tlio teams 'to pull  on, and it was finally deuded that  Carpentei Campbell he given instructions <o lay planking with cleats on,  and have  them in readiness for Mon-  tbday, and obtain one.form tie 'secretary,, Mr. Jas. Adam. ' ������'  Mr. iR. Ifarrup, who had ;be*u   r  (���������quested to    obtain the pig Tor  ly After the, regatta^ - ���������-' i \  It -was moved1 and v passed ttiat t������ ���������  rmemi .he appointed V. tatoe tidied* ori  tbe day. of celebration both at' th/  Bunker and Spit.grounds. Nit_. admission will .he charged for ..women  and children,, and those who have ion  tribute* towards the celebration are  each Deceiving a 'oimpliihenta;^ ticket. In this matter ihe secretLry requested The Ledger to print j������j notice  to--the eltect that any contributors  who-have .been overlookedatt-$--������av������_  not 'received' complimentary -fiefcets..  should call at Messrs'. Blair- ^Adain-p ���������T"e fc������>ing contest    between    Jen  TKC1XMIIX  ivnioiis  IMPROVING  New  york,  June   20.���������Bradsireet.s,  tomorrow'will say -"Canadian retail  trade has  unproved  with reasonable  weather, a bumper crop of/grain and  fruit is predicted   and' tall trade pros  pects   ������ro ot the brigacst.    Productions^ of dairy products is larger thayj  'a ye������r ago and prices are better.  /".Montreal reports improvement in ������'u  tail  drygoods   trade and good   fall  orders and heavier exports of dair>  products ml higher prices than a yeai'  ago.'   Collections   are better in   par  Ocularly   in  dairying  districts.      Ai  -Toronto   summer dry-goods are mor.  active. "There  will  be be   a    larg  |rui<|'' crop    especially    of     poache-  and country trade is .active.  f' Tn Manitoba   a  record   grain crop  bv predicted   and fall trade promises to be heavy,   Business in British  Columbia   with lumbering   and mining- relatively   moit active.  Failuee-,  for the;., week number   22 as against  ���������IjO  last<   week   and  33   in  this   wool'  *' year ago.   WILL BE  GOOD CONTEST  m music,  HO SHOW, SHID  MANAGER MAIN  <;  -������������������������������-  Evidently.the "Sidewalks of     New  i"*ork" Company, which plays bete U>  ntgjht, had a little difle'rence with Ihe  inauaj-er <_i- the Nanaimo opera house  lasf evening, a.������ tlie following letter  which appeared   in tlie Herald this  morning will show  Editor Herald.��������� ^' -     ,  ii  Sir.���������Lust evening,   ns manager   of  the', Mack    Swain   Theatrical   Co.,  I  felt     obliged   under   the     conditions  existing   to  decline   lo   go   on     with  our"   evening's  R SHEPHERD WRITES  RE SPORT GROUNDS  -*.+^-  _ >  Gives Useful Advice on What  Should be Done to Put the  Ground in Cood Shape  -������������������^-  Tlie following letter has ,.������cn ie-  <ei\ed by Mr W. A. Cornwall in i���������*-  ply to a letter wiitten by that gru-  tlcman  a short time ago asking f i  .   _.  . .-    , ���������1V, iadv.ice regarding further work on the  entertainment;    "Ino _, .  I sports grounds.  Sidewalks of New York,"     My   com-, \an,\mn   H C     June 30  I Nanaimo, II C  pany were in costume and   awaiting \v.  A. Cornwall, Esq.,  tho raising of the   curtain,    to   my J     '    Ladjsmith, B.C.  Dear    Sir ���������I     regret that I ha c  I been unable to reply   to your  lettei  ,      - ,,,yl  intense surprise there was no pianist'  present, and none was furnished     l>.\  Paiher, however, after giving the nuit  he put all over Ihe ground at sufli-  ������ient distances apart to enable tbe  paitv who takes the work-in hand,  to hung th? surface up to a uniform condition The quantity of  material lerrmred could be better obtained after this ,is done.  Tins should bCj done before the tenders aie called for so that parties  tendering could sec f; _r themsab.es on,  the ground  the amount of wori    re-  oi ' quired and thus avoid any nnisniider-  the'management,   as agreed upon  bv1.       "' "  correspondence four days since,     is J:r ,,ue <���������*������*������at.on 1  am still  the manager of the Opura House and' ."C/^""V lfha\ he ^  *���������* 1"   ^d'������S-  ������������������   ���������    -   ���������- ...."o (at lfast for the present)   is ,o     Of course your committee can   de-  Ifannay and Joe Morton, on Monday  ~% |_evei>ing,\ promises to te   an interesting eweot.    Both men are anxious'to  ,.     win, as-in (tbe result, will depend in  " ne w. -.  all accounts, etc., should he in *o  that' tbe committee can wind, 'up tbe  affairs0 of the celebration, etc'j  Follow is the official programme />!  the day's evente on Monday:    \  BASE1IALL.  10:30 a.m.���������Reliance,    of Naiaimo;  vs. Ladysmith Intermediatea.   Prize.  $50.00. '  FOOTBALL.  1:30 p.m. ��������� Vancouver vs.    Ladysmith,    Gold medals/ value *6<* 50.  .    FOOT RACES.       .1  (Commencing at 9.40 a.m.)  9 '40 a.m.���������Girls' race -10 years and  day. "Mr   Campbell will" also be"^   "nder- 76 T^ ?**?'H ^ V*1"  guested to   obtain xne pig ior    .n. ^.^    * . ts  gxeasy,pole;contest, ^repoyts UWt (h,, ^J^ other .������^od. match������,in    the  "'        ~ ~A-  "?  ' Will  Williams  contestants . some, fun hetar. ?tt    S.hJjJi.^^J.SJg^.^  capturedr-~,T:r?:?7^*j ���������-.-���������..        ���������-������-      -   '-"        '-��������� '-    Another general meeting ', -will  held on Enday owning n������xt, j-when  year be was unable to obtainia pig f^Mri"������,K������r*;"������,,^������ .'  under six dhllars, but it is a> iuat- Itt>*������- ���������).������ ******* ������������ wm-he.. ^������  anteedv swimmer, and will give    th* i"^ *^ Williams shortly, Willia  ^ IV ���������tiie������*������ aitnaniait      Xmio    nnaMar. ^^    ������_.  jB|������j#y ������������ |n good' shapeand will go   for  all    there   is     in Jum. to win. The,  myself Could  not  'at range  our     atV- arto|rt the present general grade     l\  airs "amicably, 1 asked the people piv gta<iint.  the inrtiualit ies and applying  sent' lo kindly   go   to the  box oflicc a finishing dressing composwl of s������'i h  and  receive their money back.      My niatciial as may lie procured in    He  campany has been playing in the Vnii immediate   \icinity.       This matenal  couver Opera    House, for tho     past should  he screened  free from  stone  three weeks to a first   class business,     If the grounds ate to be used  tin*-  patrons being turned away   nightly, season, ibo question of seeding woul'1  and we arc shortly to play a  rotnin yem to be out'ot the .question       If  engagement there,  in confirmation oi it is not the  intention of the    com  this; 1 ask  that   any  of  the     Pail.v mittee t0 use  the .grounds .this    se:>.  papers   of   Vancouver    be  consulted son^Jhcy should be fenowl and   scd  cide whether it is Letter at this  stags to call for tenders or put th**  woik into the hands of some n;ood  leliahle man and do it by day's la-  I or. It seems to me that yo'ir eoi-n-  inittee ought to be able \o fmsh  ihis work satisfactory l>y the latter  sugigestifm. '������������������  IIowe;er, after >ou have gone into  the matter, drop me a line anl I  will run do^n and do what I can to  assist -vour committee  to brine-  this  tirade points.or cross .boards should  FRANCIS J. SHEPHEPD  fnateh is for sixty and forty pei  pfiit. of' the gate receipts, and a one  hundred^ dollars side^bet. The pre-  lijnmaries which have been arranged,  will be'good, and .will be pullod off  l-MriSL-enough-to-.allow .tbe main ev-   lic of   Nanaimo to  appear  in  tut to - be finished in time for   visi~-,  In-Xanaimo no advertisements or no w' down and a fair sutface  .'f)ytaii<i'l   matter  to a satisfactory close  tices    have   been    pnhlishwl   ,m    the  for'next season. , ���������   Youis trufy,  morning papi'r.  Th������> Ilorald,   yet  my  contract calls tor   a 1   i������ch   double  column  advertisement   in    every    j*a-  per   published   in.any   city  in which  we are hilled   by .tho    Western     cuv-  cuit:-' tho    Cort/'"mYna|iV.incnt"   "ThJ  fact   that  th������     audience ,wns 'small,  made not thf slightest dilieience, a.ut  for   our      unfortunate    dLsagrcomcnt      \(-W    York,     Jine   30.���������The Pi ess  COSTLY  CLOTHES  YOUNG STETSON  - IN ELOPEMENT   %-���������-������   It has gone beyond e\tia\atr-  It    has  Philadelphia, June 30.���������-The roir-an-  tic elopement of Gcorgjo H.  Stetson,  sin    of  .lohn B    Stetson, and   Miss  fi.  Lewis,     daughter of   the  tors odt. of the city to catch   then  returning, trains.   -  quested to secure the necessary rope.  The Ladysmith team which will  pull on the rope will be composed of  the following-  Dan Nicbison, Da\e Marshall, J.  Dunbar, Jam.es Forsyth, Gha.s. Allen,  James Camp! ell, Cleave Hewlett,  William Forsyth, J,as Adam, Tom.  O'Coiinell, Oliter Willot. William  Simpson, Captain.  The event, is t0 take place on First  Avenue, in the vicinity of the Ladv-  smith Hotel, at 12:30.  Mr. Ryan, chairma.n of the grounds  Colnniitice, leporteil that in answer  to the call for tenders for ground  privileges,, two bids had been received. Mrs'.?. JlcKiino>*.Ilej' will pay  $7.50 for the ground on which to erect a refreshment stand on the Bunker grounds, while Mass Smith pays  |8.(i.d for  a ibooth on the Spit.  Mr. J. VV. Coburn, wrote thanking  tbe committee for their invitation,  accepting sjune, and stating tlmt if  the'lumber company, of which ho is  manager, is' not alreaxly down on the.  subscription list, to .put thorn down  for >10. . .  The Relay Race.  The'.question of the relay race.between four members of each; of the I  foot-ball teams came up for discus^  sion, a������d it Was decided that the  better Way to nin same is to have  the couriie marked off in a 220-yard  stretch. Two members of each team  will start at one end, run to the  other, whcji they will foiiob two oth-  ' er watting members of their respective teams, who in turn will start  for the other end "of..the course.  The.se, of course, j touch t.vvo other  memters, and so on., until the-.-^eight  mm have been over' the course. -It.  was thought, that this would be- more  interesting as the men will be in  sight of the spectators front start  lo linisb, and it".will be a very last  race., as jpuch man will only be required to'run 220 yardfc. The rare  will      tai'e    place on  First 'Avenue,,  ue, 2nd, $2.50 value; 'aid, $1 value  u-50 a.m.���������Boys' race, 10 years and  undet, 75 yards; 1st prize $4,110 value, 2nd, $2..'>0 value, 3xd,^$l value.  10 a m. ���������Boys' three-keg^ed_ race,  100 voids; lstrpris.e'$3 \alue; 2nd,  $1,541 value; 3rd $1. value.        ;  10 10 a .mi.��������� Girls' race 14 , years  and under, 100 yards;-1st prize $4.50;  2nd $2.00,3 rd, $1.00:     .  10:20 a.m.���������Boys1 race 14 years and;  under, 10(1 yards; 1st "prize $4.50, 2nd  2nd 22.00,  3rd, $1.00. v  115 p.m.���������100 yards amateur" race,  (open,); 1st prize $6.00; 2nd $3.; 3rd,  U.50.'.'"-    ._.,;.;';.;.;:.>..\. ���������.'...���������'   .|..  2 p."in.���������100 yards race for miners,  employed by the Wellington Codl Co.;  1st prize $7.00; 2nd; $4.00.    * i  TUG-OF-WAR���������12 NOONJ \  Tiig-of-War (to he1 pulled joff o������  First ��������� Avende); Loggers vis. -Lady-,  smith.    Prize $33.00. ���������;  Where third prize given,' must be  four or more entries.  REGATTA. 1 ,  (Commencing at 3 p.m. sharp.)   V  1. Two-mile double  scull foi' me������,v  first prize,    -goods to   value of $20;  second, goods to value of $10; .third,'  goods to value of $5.00. :  2. One mile single . scull race for.  boys under sixteen years; first priite,7  goods to value ol $5; decond, '.goods-  to^ value of  $2;.50.-.: " -w :>;''��������� : .;:  ' ���������'  ;i. One mile double scull race fox  ladies oyer sixteen years; first- prize  goods to value of $'7.50;. second prite  goals' to value of $4. _  '  .-I. .Indi'an cande race; (llipaadle-J), i  two miles, fust jprize $5 per paddle;  'second  $2.50  per paddle;   third prije  Jl per paddle. '.,,        ' ,,   ,''--  .5." 2-Mile: single scull race for ivrfin,  first.prize, goods to .Value of':$10 ;  second, goods to value of $5 ; third,  goods to value of $2:50. , '���������'���������  . B, One mile double scull for)boys  under sixteen years; first, prize, ^oods  to value of $7.50; second, .goods to  value of $4. ;. _  7.   One mile upset: race, free-for'alr  ! first prize, goods tD vjjilu'e of $5.00;y  ANCIENT  TABLET FOUND  -*���������*   '.Balearres, Sask., June 30���������C. Nod-,  the   entertainment   'wonldjiavo" pin- -.avi<_  reeded     "I shall   be ex't.emely  otilig- . ,      .  ,.  ,    .,      ��������� ,T      ,.       ance in  women s clotbnaig  od,   Mr ; Editoi-.if   >on - will    allow ...       ,  .        ���������..     . i      ',,.  .. -,..-.    (ome t0 debaucliery.     The dress   ha-   Helen  tho  above,   ni>   apology   to   tbe   pub- I  bit is .mining moie Kew  Yoik hornet   inana'ger of the Ueidener Slo-jk F.irm,  now than the drink habit     Ten mm- and a  noted beauty and horsewoman,  utes  in  n    fashionable- diessmalvet'- iV f\     then     subsequent   matriage    in  es'iahlifcliment  today costs a businnd ,\ew York on Friday,  is the   social  moie    money    then ten nights   in   a sensation oi ithe, hour in Ogonlz,   the  vour  next-is'sue:  Thanking   you    in   anticipation.  ar\CK swaix  ��������� a ���������  TO DEVEt OP  CLAIMS   %���������*   Vanootiter,  June 30.��������� Development  dines oil Beaver   Hills, has arrived ,      .��������� .        . ..  .r:"������.  "Jr ��������� * work will i,e begun neit week on the  wit*, an ancient tablet,   which v,m.'.      6     .... ���������f ��������� .    ..  here  appears _ to have been located   on   a  hill for "ages.   Inquiries    have    been  I.uloom rhd a decide ago. There ai.  hundreds of women in. "New Ytr.  w ho spend more than ?10,000 a jem  mi dress.  "A stnliiiig indic.ati.in of this     de  baiicliery    in    dress    as  seen in    tlie  large number    of  places   wliore   women's .slightly worn gowns are|_,oi.ghl  old  Kumberlev    group of copper-gold 'and sold      Ten years ago theie   w.is  mining claims.     This gr ������up consists h.tirlly one. of thrse shops, now th  ->   j    ^w       L. ,.     r j- j   i- ,*   of four     claims,    and is located   on aie manv,    'Ihe    woman of   fashion,  made through the Indians and   half- T,        c,    , , . . ,. ' , ,nn  ���������     ,   . ���������:-      ,.   ,    , ., . Howe Sound, about a quarter of   a alter weaimg a $100 gown once    oi  breads, hut the oldest of them    have mi|fi from the MaUory claims> w,uc��������� twicp spUs> jt for noL lo cxccwl $50  were sold recently.     In addition,    to Th*! extrava;ance  ' in dress     amen  tlie old   ledge which  has for A     long Uic tich women of New York    while  time been   known     to exist, a   new not a legal gr(>nnd for divorce is one  n-3ws    of    the young- couple's action  just hav ing gamed publicity  There weie no paiental objections  lo the union, excepting that it    was  tho wish of both families'to.have the  marriage     delayed     until the lovers  reached a moie mature age    Cupid's  mat burnt lOiis rendeicd this of no   a-  \ ail   rl he young couple  met' Wednesday     afternoon, wt;nt to  New Yoik  ' weie mairtod, and     telegraphed     the  news home.  "VIr   Lewis  icad  the  telegia.ni,    and  starting ih front of the Pretoria'bo-",   ������-- -��������� <* - . ���������_ / .^.^jxi.   *������������������, m^. ������,������������������ -^-t, +^_,���������  tel, anS will be pull������d off immediate-, ������eoond, goods to value bf $5.00; third (dystiutb, four men from each team  ,?1  no record of it in their traditions^  Tlie tatilet is triangular. Th* form  of, a man's face is distinctly carved,  and many figures are carved around  {he face." Mr. Noddinjs has shipped  if to the Department of Agricultuie  at Regina. Since be discovered it  last .Christmas Ev������ lie has had in-  <j}uries regarding it from all corners  of'.the $orld, and has started an interesting;'." collection of the stamps  which brptiglit the letters.  ~~f -     '   .    -'r     ���������      .  goods t-Q A*alue of $2.50.  >8.   Two-mile,  11 paddles, Klootch-  rnan's race, first prize $3 per paddle;  secpnjl $2.00 per paddle; third, $1.00  per; paddle.  ;-.������. | One" mile single scull for ladie.;;  first-jirize    goods to .valine of $5.00;  secoojl, goods to value of $2.50.  '  10.    100-yard    taniateiir swimming  pace tor championship b!  Vancouver  jsl-J-jj^, firs^t prize gold medal, second  prize, gold, medal.  "ill. Tub race, 50 yards for boys un-  <ier:^14:! years, contestants to___ furnish..  their own tubs; first pri2e. 'goods- to'  value of $5.00 ;second prize, goods to  value>f $2.50.  12. 100-yard    .swimming    race for  boys under sixteen years; first pti/.e,  goods     to    value of  $6.00;   second,  goods to value of-  $2.50.  13. Logrolling contest for loggers,  first prize, goods to the value of $10;  second, goods to value of $5.00.  14. Walking greasy pole, first prize  the pig; second, goods to the value of  $2.50.  (In any of the above events where  three prisves are .offered, there must (be  four entries or no third prize will ,be  giYWn.)  RELAY RACE.  Shamrocks, of Vancouver, vs.   La-  ledge has just been discovered by -a  prospector, whom the owneis have  had at "work on the property. American capitalists have become intcr-  ested in tins group, but the men who  own it, are satisfied that 'they have  a .good thing and are qttite willing  to  take   their, eliancm-;  on developing  trie pro;; .    themselves.  . o���������__   A letter received here today from  Mr. Kirk states that he-will be unable to bring his donkeys over for  Domini in Day Celebration owing to  inadequate transportation facilities.  However, he will bring his Merry-  go-Rour.id, which will arrive hy the  Transfer to-day, and it will be running full blast. Mr. Kirk was offering a pri?.o for the best riders' on  the donkeys, an<l now has ehangod  it to two substantial prizes for the  bflf-t riders on horsus. For first  prize for ladies, Mr. Kirk will give  $5.00, -and for girls under fourteen,  he will give $2.50.  of the" most fruitful causes'that leiul  to it. After bavin" s.xnt her allowance for clothes, the fashionahie wife  iic.|uentlv runs bills and .loirows cash  until her credit is exhausted, and  then .quietly plays the hors'-s and -tbe  stock market. The enormous losses  lead to open, scandal which culminates in divorce."  CANADIANS  DOING WELL  witl.out  a word,  handed   it  to      his  wife,   who was  chatfcjig  with  a   \ si-  tor.  It  read:   "Wc are married. Expect its  when you sec us."  The groom  is actively Qiigagod      in  the afl'airs of the Stetson  hat manufacturing  concern.     Under  his    falh-  ���������oi's will he has an ample allowance,  iand  it will  increase  because   of    the  marriage. ' . . _   o���������' '������������������  ANOTHER BOMB  OUTRAGE  -o   The will of Mrs. Julda Lemp, widow of William J. Lemp, millionaire  brewer,, was filed for prolate recently. The value of her estate, is valued at, $.10,000,000. Miss Elisa Lemp  is left ojile-seventh of the estate,  which is to be left in trust until  she is thirty years old by her brothers, William J. Lemp, jr., and  Charles A. Lemp. She is to get one  million dollars o" the 'day of her  marriage and if she dies without issue before she is thirty years old her  share will revert to the other heirs.  Kadi of the other children gets an  equal share of the estate, but some  of the bequests are conditional.  Henley, .Mine 30.���������Despite an adverse w'inil, the crew ot the Argonaut Boat Club of Toronto developed  pace today, drawing several spurts at_ j K<-,ndnriiH>  3H 'st-rokfli; to the minute. It, is ,.i  growing opinion of exj-'ert observers  that at las1* the Grand Challenge Cup  is likely to leave England. The Canadians continue to make a splendid  impression.  The baseball game scheduled for tomorrow bctween Nanaimo and Ladysmith. has been cancelled, and Nanai- ; binge being in    the nature of a   fare  'Warsaw, .Mine '2\>.���������A bomb was  thrown at five o'clock this evening- nl the chief of tlie gendarmes  Col. MurudofY, while driving through the .streets. The i-nh'-iuin and a  who accompanied. Col.  Mm-adol'i were suvorly wounded. Tlie  Colonel was .slip;hti,v injur, d and ibe  horse attached tri.tho cab was kill.  ed. The man who I brew the bomb  escaped.   o .���������  A surprise party was given Miss  Myrtle McDonald by numerous young  friends       last    evening,   the    assom-  well party, as Miss McDonald left,  with her parents 'this morning for  tho Northwest. An enjoy able evening wras spent  by all.  A young lady who was recently  ���������-.tnying al nn old-farm-house, had hrr*  curiosity excited by an action of the  flame of the   house, who used    each  mo forfeits the game to Ladys-math.  The Nanaimo boys wanted to come  down and play in the forenoon, returning, on the 12 o'clock train to  their city, where they have a match  on with a Victoria aggregation in  the, afternoon. The looals could- not  see their .way clear to forfeit the  prospects of -: a gate by playing a  Nanaimo will forfeit the match and night., Wore retiring, to place a  Minie in. the .forenoon, conseiqiuant.ly, lamp "in one of the windows in the  it will count as a win. for the loc- front, of the house, which faced the  al team. only approach to the farm. THE LADrHMLlTH  DATLYLEDGEB  -,-*',l   -WJZ  in; DAILY LEDGER  Published   every   day   except Sunday  ���������BY��������� ,  HIE  DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE  AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One Ye������r (In advance)   .....  $5.00  One Month .........      ... 50 cents  SATURDAY  JUNE 30   190(5  SLEEPING JAPANESE  WALK   INTO   .JlDl-SG  Port Townsenil, June 21). ��������� Some  new divta on conditions afliLiinj; soin-  noleuce and somnambulism anion..  Japanese are being gathciod by the  I nitcd States immigration inspectors.  Tlie lnfomi-ituui is based on the c\-  amijiiatioii and suibsu_jiient lssmuiLe ol  deportation ordeis against se\en Ja-  ji-inese stowaways, who renclie.l Hie  city on bo.inl tlie Boston SU'ain.slup  Co N -jteainei  Tiemont xctcntly.  To inquiries by the oiheeis ic&aid-  uig what caused them to conical  themselves aioaid the vessel, the men  of Japan replied that they had gone  aboard to bnl friends good-.bye, when  tJiey it'll asleep, and did not again  gam consciousness until the stcamct  was several miles from land and they  weie haded by an official 0. the Tiemont.  Two of tho cases vveie found seriously ainicted with trachoma, winch  would ha\c made then entry to the  coiwitiy impossible, even under the  regular conditions.  in  Louisana,  of   the  largest sawmill  an   the world, havin? an annual capa-  I  P   VOU    WANT  ton-  AOOOO���������  city  oi  100,000,000 feel      'Ihe  tiacts vveie Id   l>v the Soiilhcin Luni   CALL   AT���������  her company,  which is  owned by     a  number of eastern capitalists   Known  as the Goodyeai  syndicate, which   is  als0 ibuilding a tailioad that will lap  the timber    county in    Louisana and  Mississippi, of which about 1,000,000  acies are said to have been aCt_xmol  'Sr'-P::--: -*  ������8ci&s>  Me:  J. X. Smith's Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN '        - KIP.S'l   AVEMJE.  Esquimatt   & Nanaimo Railway  * D3MIM0U DM, JULY 2,1906  rxcursion hates'  IN EFFECT BETWEEN  All Stations  fry Capil-il and Nugget Cigars  C.P.K.   ISLAND  JAIPKOVEAl'ENTS  U������!'  rickets oh sale Saturday June 30, SiM.1clay.Jul3' ist.and  Alt}iidayrjuly;2 ^Good't.a* return not later than Mon., July 2  bv   the isvndicaie.     It is io build 210 '  , . (  hoiscs at B015ah.se to be occupied In    <tolt "' t,ie. ^ana<l.<u. Patiln. linilway .  has con in m ed the uceiu  lepoit   that ,  the men that will he employed bv th,.   hliiwceii m<m ^ m<im ]S  U) ,_. 1  sawmill     The conli.ul.s have 1 cen lei   C\pende:l hy  the C.P.K    on  (he     Es- j  foi the erection of lliese houses [qiiinult &  Nanaiinio in  geicial     ic- ���������  pair and ieeoii,sUuction vvoiU. He1  s.ivs I Ins is m puisiuwe of a plan (  winch has been 101 initiated, wlt-ieby j  from MO.UUll lo 'Mil'),000 is to be  s) enl annually on this vvoiL unlil  I lie toad is hi ought i'p to .he slan j  (laid of     the (omjiiuij \  olhei    lines   !  * RM.w���������,t,Rc,m.UM���������,1.J,t,���������,L<..u������5   1 ntm   ;;A'"Dcub_e Train Service,in effect Each Day  i,.   (.A A Ll"i V  * '  1 wlis tin oil of Uuiiielntis and Aslli,-  111,1  hv MINARIJ'^  LINIJll'.NT.  A1KS     \    LIVINGSTONE.  j    Lot 3, P E I  j    1   vviis ctncil  of a severe attack  oi  j .{heuiiiatism    hv   AlINARD'S    L1K1-  ME\T. JOHN  lUADEK.  }    "Malione l!n\ ���������  \   1  Mas euied of a se\otelv' spiained  leiX bv M1N UiD'S  IJX'IMENT.  ! '       JOSHUA  A. WYNACMIT.  -,    Di iil__ewat"i  ���������������_   o-  $5,000 FOR DAMAGED GOWN  Annie Abbott is sipng the Queen  City Dye Works and its proprietor.  Chailcs V. Ross and Gus Ban, lot  J.5,000 damages, which she dec laics  was caused by tlie exposuie to pub  lie view and the ,alleged dcstinotion  otliCLWise ot a gown given her n\  King Edward VII. of England, when  /he was Prince oi Wales. She iJ.nm.  1_ie garment was a Worth cieilion Dt  fcatiu ajid lace, which took fust pn/o  at the world's fair nr Paris 111 ISS'l  The fullire King of England is sanl  to have given it to her on the occasion of a hypnotic and magnet ic  exhibition  before his  royal highness.  She claims that the gown was dam  aged both hy public g-azc and its  treatment at tho,dye woiKs, where,  she says, the sillc was binned and  the lace was torn, and it was e\-  poscd to the sun in a duslv, dim  window until its value was entirely  destioyed.   o   LOUISANA TO HAVE  A MONSTER SAWMILL  Washington���������New Orleans newspapers give accounts of the closing 01  contracts in tha/t city "for the erection at Bogalusa, a new it own that  is to  use on  the river   Bogue Loosa  THE VERY BEST REMEDY  FOR  BOWEL  TROUBLK  Mr. M.  F. Burroughs, an old   and  ���������welt-known    resident     of     Bluff lo-i  Ind., says:    "1 regard Chanilliicrlain'a  Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Rciur  dy as the very  best remedy for  bowel trouble.    I make this statement  after having used  the remedy in    niv  family for several years.     I am i^v-  er without it."     This  remedy is  almost sure to be needed before    1.'  Bummer  is  overf      Why     nol     limit   now and   be   prepared   for    such  an emergency?     For sale by    LiuL-  smith Pharmacy.  ^.-Fr-llrKFJWS.--;;:-  ������������������(.���������0'J>ijMiTI,T10N;  R. P.'WITlfET,  uk.   CO.,     i-td  :>8 Qovernment.St.   V}ict.orla; 11.-C  \gcncy  O, L. Courtney,  District "PasseKfljcr Ajtrent  r.u'ilic ( oa-.t  ���������v'KVlOlUA     ���������    --  Union made-Capital & Nii<rKet Cigars  m,m������+*ai-imwii i.ui', .ijiaKm^-Lj.xhtiffcii-i  HOW TO DKEAIv UP A COLO  it mny he ������ sutiuLse to many Jo  learn that a severe cold can be completely brol������eii up in one or t^o  days' time. The hr.1 symp*. mis of  a cold is a diy, loull eoufjii, a po  fuse watery discharge fion De e .so,  mid a thin, white eoitrij, on ti.e  tongue. When Chatnilicrlain's Cough  rcme<ly is taken cveiy houi on the  (hst appeaiance of thes.- symptoms,  it counteracts the effect of the cold  and restores the system to a hei'thy  condition within a dav 01 v.wo. Foi  mle hy Ladvsmffh  Plnrpne".  ���������~mm���������������~l?kTm&uimo).  Unual   subjects   taught,,   alf.o       lan  ..'.iaa;c0    dialing   in   pencil  and   crayons,   paint ng  in  oils and  water  col  rs.  pianoforte and vocal  lessons >..'  -ji in clause*' or individually  MISS  DERTIIAM,      Ladysmith, B 0  RAY/VIOND&   SONS    |  A T H  Laioe .shipments  of ci'lveil   pipes imd 1 Foi  a cool. iL-ijcsliirig-  olhei   mateiinls     have been sent     to 1  the island  iecenllv���������Pi ounce.  SunliKliI Soup Is better than oilier maps, l>nt  ���������best wlltm used ill I he 5uuli)_ht May.  lisij S.inll}>lit Soi.p ;mJ l.)Kov\ Dirtciions  Durino the Summer  Months Call on -  THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving  1'ailois, etc.,     High ^Street,  "-Lr>lM.--^a>������u-14i  FOR THE SlGSESTv BARGAINS fW  Wall Papers,  Call on J, t'Smift  House- and Sip Painter  Then  thd  k I011 ooin; Fast?  '���������ji *ut������ yo-ji   tickets ri������atf   1I1  iiiorlh Western Line  ,^:}i  \:msm^s,-:SM^  We are    justly   proud   of   'this M  Boot.    The greatest praise has _������  been  heaped upon it  since its  introduction.  L 100. Men's 10 ill.  Logging Boots  French   Calf  throiicrl.out,   with ||  extra   No.   I.    heavv   heinlod' M  soles;     have outside, counters, ' i$  nre pegged  and hai'c standard nl  s'-revv    reinforcing all   around ja  the sole.  %  \ DUNDEE--  WHISKY  [iljJlV 1  I ScoMands Best.  lti[ nuDsorts bat of  Sole     A<;< hi.'>j'of Ji. (J.  I    LASS  (1(11  V  ���������Dealers  in ���������  Lime,   Plaster  Palis,  Brick,  (    Pirc Di ick and Vancoiuei is-     Si;  -. Viand cement. fs  3  Pandora St.   Vutoiia  DC.     ^  i'he only line now making UNIOh  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS wit* < th<  through - trains from tbe Pacifl  Coast.  1T1E SHORTEST LINE, TV  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'  RATES,   THE  FASTEST  TIME  BETWEEN    ��������� "     ,  MINNEAPOLIS, ST PAUL," Cl"lV  CAGO. OAUllA, KANSAS C1T\  -ind ALL POINTS EAST.  -For compl&ie information  a������k  V  local ascent or write,  V   W   PARKF.Wj  General   ' ������r*������  ���������riO 2ni Ave . S������������til������  Lin������ler,New Managineiil  HOTEL WILSON  Jus- R. f/cKinnelL Prop,  NANAiSVIO  r'i>mmercial  Mens'  head lav.ters  Modern and     Sdictly  7rirst Clans  Fire Proof     Huildias-.  THE JONES HOTEL  ---WHITE   UOOK���������  and .  -WHITE   T^ABOIt   Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GAT ACRE   STREET- - Ladysmith  HOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� Hntir I0.a") .������id*l r.w -  V 1 lo  all Ptcanih'-.'-   '.'.rd n-.-a -nd  r I'way .lerof. iCIecfcrieJ nn-g-voiy )i*c  minntap to aH puts ol He cily. Dm  .ind tiible"une\������!i-!le'L  F.  BAYNES, Pioprsctor,.  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   D, C  Best accommodation for .transient  ind permanent boarders and lodgers  GRAND       HOTEL  This new'Hotel has'been cpmlort-  a'*dy furnished and the" bar Is up-tb-  d.������-ie Rates $1.00 a day and ap-  wvrds.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prof.  K^jUeais :*-: :���������: :������������������: :^:' Ladrsoiltk  stuam iii-.vti:ij  1 L KNlbll   I'OOMS  A, J. AicMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  BAR SUl'l'LIKD WXTH-BBl T  WINES, LIQUORS, CTfOAR-  HOTEL  , I.ADYSA'.niS,   .C  Good tables and good  Rooms  PORTLHND HOTEL  DAVID  MYNDS,.Prop.   ; '        ��������� ,..:.-/.-'  Board at reasoiiali.e  Rates  Tliu bar is. extra- well  ���������   Stocked  i When you want a Glass globe  I see that you gel the globe  Pi    with the   rubber  ring  on     it,  luiul  that  the  H as   it is   the only  fi enn keep  the water out  *% globes without the rul".|lJcr ring  ;'^ cannot    l:ccp    out water, yo"  1  !,g 1hem.       The artificial    flower  can    see  that    by  examining  Manufactured hy  J. LECKIE Go. hk������  VANCOUVER, B. C  that   is   put  into  the     globes |  with   the. rubber rings,  isgjuar. |  nn tee'1 to  be the host,  and    if |  you     want  a globe    with     a |  Ruhl.nr  King, call. at.Mrs.  T. __;  X.   .I ones, ardent for |  51 -NRY CREW  , |  The  only     place you  can   get |  Them.  Sole.  Agent in  B.C.   for     the  French    Wreath   Co.,  of   London,   Paris,   filcllioiirne.   S.A.,  jit   c������r- f'oiiiox* R.il. ft Milton St.  I!������  NANAIMO B.C.  This   Hotel  has    been   completely        renovated.  Board  iu.tl >otlgiag 51.00 per d*y.  HOTEL    PRETORIA  JOHN TliA, -Proprietor ^  Bar Supplietl   with   the  Best    Wines, 1st  Avenue ;-:  Liquors and  Cigars..  WM.  MUNSTE.   President    J. W.   COBURN,..Managing- Du'Dctor.  Telephone 4-i>.  The Ladysmith Lumber Co3 Ltd"  MILLS    AT   FIDUICK.  AND   LADY SMITH-"    ^    '��������������� V***������  Shingles a Specialty ,  MANUFACTURERS OF  .  ItOH^l. iisul.Dr������sscd fc'ir ������"<!'CJ<Mlar Lumbers  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MO ULDINGS'/ .  ETC.,     of ' ti.e BEST-  QUALITY SEASONED.      AND    DRIED     FLOORINC-S .   AND  !:  -FINISHING  LUMBER IN STOCK   ���������." ;    .......  \ SS&^SE^^^^SS^S&ixSXS^S^MSSSW:  Ladyumitb' D^v-  Tickrt and   Freight  Office,   75  1  Trains Daily      CI,  ORIENTAL LIMITED  jh_.  J;  l.l|fflSli������LJIRE|EN-  HOUSES AND SE1D  'rfm^m.-:     ' houses      ^  yAN<X)UVB������.  The Train ol.  Ease,   fileganee;: Bxce  \F%  Bxceileaice^ ���������-]__(  t Every' mile a  pi^_____re._i_and__  no smoke to spoil the   view.-  ���������  Through  Compariwcnt,-) ,Obf?f  jservation an-4, P.iil^an r Slijep-a,  ers;     also ,  Thrbhgh _ Tourist >H  .Cars  to Chicago, _"   "   , ,"'/'.  At in'iic Steamsltip tt/Miti to' Europe  ,J Is our Spe*i������ltjr-J'-'-'-   "-'���������<  , Union    Terminals;' with'������lllV  Stc-amej.lincs. j<;.-~������ j^ . ^   %  |  UertliJ reseo ajHon^ b^vWifel  | Great Northeriij?.S,.S., Co. -.  JfOU   JJAPAN   ANB  CHINA.'  |Steaniships''_Minn^ota_aiid'l)a-  kota ik\\ from' Seattiei'for rfa-  ipan    anil China'Softs' at","Jrei-  !<|,uenr dates"', "Exact   .sailing']  dales can 1ie^, secureil  upon ap-_  ..plication't6.''any hreat Ncirili"-*  <. ern representative.   '   ' '" f  3 s. a. yerkest: v  a.g-.p.x; ^^tj.ii,;wk������ii.^  e. r. stkpIien;, "���������"  '   '   '  ���������-. )& r: ST-. Vi tr 5> r.' jn^tl-;.  &V*.g /l-"^*" t* ?Jk r<.^Sc������  -;FMir,'iffr.  Pianos   & Organs)  Lm&ytnAtti, to.c  VV'';iwi ���������liif-iii' m 'lir^'i  q'Hea<biuatt������rs for   PACIFIC tiROWN Oardcn. Ilekl  (, una ������l������wer5EED5  tor distribution0.  -^   Large"'BtbcicJJ 6f Home  Grown'iftRUIT and ��������� ORNAMENTAL - TREES  now matured f0r Spring.-  -No expense, loss or  ile- '���������ri  lajr'oi" himigation or in- ,________-""  s'pection ,S__*  ., jLet me j-rice your list  J,. before placing, yoiir^.orders drecnnotise Plants,���������'���������  Floral Packages. Fertilizers* e'tc.  3010.. Wentmiuster Road  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  ti.'  and Tinsmifhing  ' *"��������� j, v-cr.- cDONE.AT-  Reasonable Prices  r,;*m-,  a. -AMbtiRispNi  Leave, nrdera: at. I'eteraon's Funi -  lure-Store,.or telephone, No 5!������.  THE TYBE CQBPER CO.. Ltd.  -, 111     ~       L   .        - .  ..__k j_ *.*;,;_..���������- '��������� , 1  PURCHASERS AND 3ifl3LTERS Op COPPER, OOLD AND  Striei'tlng Works at  ���������Ii,Al>y-iSi3������fIXH;   B. C.  IIEADv-OFPlCE    <=-  I      Vaflwuver l$lafld, B. G.  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON  ., - ������������������ t  __!_     1           .___    '���������*..*. *t.    -.!--->- "    " '   -'  .���������"���������m*******"*'  'jW^"*J.'*"*f'^"<l"*>"^"*'r���������������,"������).������"������ "'"''������������������"���������'������������������"������������������'���������"���������"������������������'���������'���������*"������"������"������"l '������"*������������������������  STDMESL STOVES!  we are n|aking HEATERS and RANGES,of  Latest Styles and Newest Patterns-. We do  A!M^ilndts^BfeFoundryiand Repair Work  Nickel Pl^tliig in a)l Its branches a Specialty  ��������� -      ���������;    -������������������ p���������_;���������-   ; ; 1 |-t��������� " '  ��������� XMy^^ith"'St6ye-&Irpn^TorksCo.'Ld  TELEPHONE 53  J.  .-*-  P. O. Box   12.  1'.. ' ,    I   II III Wl    ill II''"    1        '.  =S=  '"'���������;������������������'-.. R. lWiliiam^oii Prop  **?  k:^:s Mff it&.:.;|i|;' '^PE^NGmG''. - ���������  jule al ^y.: a hid .^^Ei&t'i c.a I f y;^ &o   -v���������-r.------r- -:.  Orders Promptly  Execute  .,.....,........  S. R0&DDING ; -  as  ladvswii"f fiSitiANSi^i S*ABLE  PTANO'S,     OR'd'XNy3''vJ>^D,li;^US^.feiOLD     KDRNITURF  MOV-  ������     .; .      ^p PROMPTLV A , ND SAFELY.  Stahlw Iu the rfeitT of -the' La^ysniith/h'otel.'  ���������   Ahhotalord.  Leave ordtrs at   tlir  A.   J   WA5KETT, RROH. THE LADYSMITH DAILTLEDGBR  ������ il in        i   I  LODGES  LADYSSlITH TEMPLE, No. 5.���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall every 2nd and 4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  :    ���������    -.,, M. of R. & C.  UNITED  OHDEli   Ol  ANCIENT  I       DRUIDS  Wellington timve No-  -1 U.  A. \J.  .  Meets; in  Un-  f (.<   O J<\  1 la.il,   t .  dysm'tti,    tbe   Second   and     Fojii  Wednesdajs o������ each month, .coining  u.g Wednesday. l?.th.,  1905.  Visiting Drubls     are invited to  ���������������  ti'iid.  Ry, Drier.  WM   RAFTER, Uccf See'*'  PATRICK J'.Ci'K.  N\   \  Dr. Dier -can he found at any tin  at his office nn Gatacrc st.  His   dt  tal   work  is  giaranteed  to  be  fir..-  class and rates reasonable *'  .'���������jC>v^t:*j' rfrr.-^i  ���������ii_.tSi  HILBERT  \^Bmm^0BSB*������!9BWmnmWmwWmmW9  :-     NOTICE  From-   ' this data  tbe undersigned  will  not be'icsponsible "foi -any  in ,  debtedness     incurred except on      *  wriltetiforarr signed by the secretary  Rowland M&ihin. '  V.   l.C&XPLOIUTfON  &   DKVEl  OI'M:BNT CO., LT������.  Non Persona' Liability  VlrtoHa   R   '." .  W������%   1������**>   ������������������"(*���������  m. n. mnm  Surgeon Dentjst   .  ''All work' guaranteed' and at reason-  i able rates/  s - RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE  Gatacre_jc t   ,      Ladysniilh  O) on at all .hours.        ,  LADYSMJTIT   UAkEkY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS"   FltESIl   ON HAND  Wedding    Cake*   ������lade   to Order  FI.UiTS   AND    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    FRESH  'BREAD EVERY   DAY  Prices-   are. ; Very Reasonable.     All  Customers are Treated Alike.  HOP LEE A CO.  ON THE   ESPLANADE.  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  Money  SnDtdtnr.  to  V.u  A.   *v������M������*  Uan  uwswim-  F  Manufacturers of the Famous  CUWN   IJS.OSSO.T    '  None bit   UuShi I.al.='f    Employed  J*| J.  BOOTH. Prop  Paisley Dye Wirks  Fancy'Dyeing and  Cleaning. Chars-_  es reasonable,-etc.   -WotU Guavanteed'|  Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B- G.|  EXCELLENT  Train Service  ���������rrwcKN  ._���������_.  CMCAQO, LONDON,  ., HAMILTON, TmONTO,  MONTRE1L. QUEBEC, ' "  PORTUND, BOSTON,  '   And the Prtoclpal HuilnfeM Center* of  Ontario, Quebec* and the  .-Maritime Provinces.  ALU TO BUFFALO, NEW VORR;AM    -;  , PHILADELPHIA, VIA HIAIAHA" FM.ll.  For Time Tables, ctc.oddreii  CEO. W^VAUX,��������� .-,.  Aealsunt Geii'l F-lsslineei^atM-Ticket A������������ht,-l  All .the  schools   in   the' city    close.1   Clarence-   C.iso  i (  yesterday    for     tlu-    summer     hili-   Rovve.  i'.ays -and from now on until tho  latter, part of Auguet scholars ami  t .ichers will be enjoying a well dc-  &.. rved   i'ih; rout ion.  Ther following is a full list of- the  I .'oniotions and honors won by,the  I upils:  *   ROLLS   OF HONOR.  ,..' 3rd Division.   .  ; Daveina    l.udiio,   lor   j node iciuy.  Hannah   Ilullmaii,   for  deportment.  .Isabel roai'l Itowe,  for puiictualily  and regularity.  4th Division.  Gartrudo  Piper,   for  pro.ieieiic.v ���������  Bertha Calvasky, for deportment.  Robert' McEwan,    for   punctuality  and regularity.  &th division.  Elexies  Waugh,   for dcportmen.t.  Ed*a Anna Drown   for punctuality  and regularity..    -  Oswald Koeile Peto for proficiency  '.-'_  '   6th Division.  Goorjje' Wadding I on,  for  profit-i-'ney  * Arthur' Allan Oood,    for pimciuali-  ������y and .regularity.,  IOva" Ritchie,; for .deportment.  . ,.     - ?th Division.  Leopold .'J. .Mahrcr,  (or'proficiency.  Evelyn Davis,  Isabel  Font ih to Third.  Gertlude   'Piper,      Witlnell  Knott,  Bertha Culvasky,   Alice Waring, Cha  1.--;   Hardy,   ('rsuln    Poliosou,     David  John,     James   Devlin,     Elsie    Dobe-  soii,    Lucy  Hodgson,    Edwin   Alvdinn,  Hugh Dick.  I''ntli to Fourth.  Oswald J'uio, Dorothea I'Mslier, Al-  ir-.il lirowii, Oortrudo Chulliuor, Ki'-  hu; CJodi'ivy, Doi'is Vuier, Uci-tio litu--  i le, Cieuly Collishuw, Albert. C'rit-  chley, Mdna Hrown, lOdwaril lland-  li'ii. (Ji-o Cieiii. l'.li/.alji'th Waugh,  l-Joxius Waugh, \\alter I'Var, lOthel  r.iilinaii,  Aluggie   Cainphull.  Harry J lot Icy, Douglas Dale, liav-  -U Wilson. Aleh'oid lle'ar, Charles  l.awlinson, -Martha Jones, Declila  Sfaki, Kdward Tuiiiiall. Daniel Snl-  herlnnd.i  135 AD������M������ ST., cHicaoo, IU.  ���������  Manufacturers Of.-T-,; _���������' ,.*_i  \\ .,'....  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTBING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  " '-''��������� -   ETC     !  WHOLESALE URY GOODS  VIGTQRI-I/; B.^Cvi c.  " f "i   ii*^j   ^   j   ���������<-.��������������� ^**������^-  GENERAL  Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILL.;  SHARPENED BY  US     ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.  _���������PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED     <  ~S II I P S M I T II I N G    IN      h. L L   ITS   B R A N C HKS  horseslioers and Oenen*' Blacksmiths.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street   -     -    - -   -  Ladyarriith, R .v  Howard  S.   Chadwicl.,    for rofiiilar-  ily   and'plinc'tiialiiy.  -,.���������'Violet \, McKen/.ie for deportment.  l" 8Ui Division.  i! 'Prank-Peter Uoggiano,  for   <l������'t>ort-  ment.. t  Agnes'Orr  Waiigh,   for  proficiency.  Mary  I-ileji   Booth,   for   'punctuality and'regularity.  ���������"' ' 9th Division.  Mary   Muz.io,- for deportment.  Dorothy Yatos, for punctuality and  legtiifaxity.        ,  Oeofge Ritchie,  for ' proficiency.  v"_ 10tb_.piy.sion.  Beatrice  Amy  Chadwick,    for   pro.  ficiejiey. -.   ,.  Nelly Ilayle's Rawlia*ion,, for deport  men|:' -_   ,.    ._. {-/   ' ,'\p  '���������' . ' . .,  ,: J_a'het   I.insey   Waugh' and Stewart  -VIcK->ii?ie   for regularity and pnnetii-  nlity:  '_'    , -  .-The'following   are   the   promotions  in-t'he' Central school.  .f,;v.   '     Second, to   First  Anriiej^'Keny^n, k'Ma'g__jie_ McKiirnon  Dora.    Cohurn.     Oeo".'1 Terry,     Elsie  Grant.   'Maude Robin.son, Roljt. FTind  ma'rsh^  _Adnm   Keen,    Xora     Boyee,  Maggie McI_p'od.   (Sraen' Morgan,   ,1 vy  Barnfcs,! Florence Clarke,   Sidney Kon I riant a,      .Tnnel  yon.:Prank/Doaaldso*,. Jas.'McC.re-' Willey.      Arthni  gorvio'nisa  Peacock.   Hattio    Wilson, Sloan.    Lewis    n     Vox.  Beatrice'Plants. icl.,     sinnlov    Jeinson.  i3_.i  ICE!    ICE!    it"  ;    Will be Delivered on  Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fiidays and Saturdays  Orders  must be in  hy eleven o'clock on day of Delive*-y,  Union Brewing  Limited  | NANAIMO    B. C.  X  . -;"���������     .     Third to Second.  Davettia   Ritchie,    Edmund   McKou  tie. ��������� John    McMillan,   Kate  Mclean.  Tiobt.   Gillurd,   Ruth Stewart, Ralph  Mills'    Pearl Xash,   Hannah Bullman  Sixth in Kift'li. , -^  tiOf)rge U'addin__>'ton, (leoi-ye Jtrown,  Albert Sag-.', j^illx Snj-e, I'.va Uitch  ij, Myrtle \'arty, Wrank Honors, M&-  l.le "Rogers, Alice Jshurwood, Lillj  Hodgkiiibon,. John Murdock, - lOLsio  \'������'ood. Lionel Claholm, 'J'rabers Da-  \ is, DavuiJ Rowley, Aithin* Good,  l-'ied   Wilson.  SevenIh to Sixth.  Loo. Mnhi'er, Edith Anderson. I--LH-  il Rogers, Violet -Mclvenzio. Daniel  .lothston, llus'.el Leiglnon. Loviise  Peudof, Walter Patterson. Howard  Chadwicl;, Ltort'lia lla/.-in'rar/., Morion I^eicester, Edward C. -Cook.  I'livo  rianta.  Eighth to Seventh.  Agnes Waugh, Mary W. McCSii-r,  Frederick Robinson. Alfred Jono^.  Tda McCiitcheon. Thos. Slewart.  Margieie Austin, Mary E. Uoolh.  l'^roidn Lillian 1,'ooU, Alice Chjiman,  Annie Marshall. David Pryele, Muriel  I'eto; Edith Clara Drown, Victor  I la/el.  Xinlh   Lo   Eighth.,  Georg-e' l.itchie,     Arthur   Hodgson,  Henry  Weeks,   William   Baden,    Alma  Uoveridgfj,  Denjaniin (IrifTilhs,  llorncj  Thome,    Mary   Muy.io,   .lol\u     Shaw,  P'lizaheth   .Temson.   'Alfred   Itrndford.  .Tames"Richards.    Elhel   Meakin,    Ce-  dric  Davis,    Frank  llillier.  Tenth   lo Xiueth.  Deal rice    Chadwick,    Mnrlhn     Bennett,   McXoil   Earlcn.    Charles     lloel-  g-kinson.    C'hna.    Ed.    llillier.      Valerie   Pi-ere,    Mable     llodgkinson,  M  Waugh,    Silvietta  Mnnsnn.    Cordon  William Ty-  Arahle     Mc-  Jas. Brown, Murdock McLean, Arthur l.ooth, Walter Craig, Keta AYal  l:cr, llc-o Adam, Abraham ��������� Dean,  Alex. McLean. Atla Hirst, Henry  ejre en, Cotil lloe]_4Sc-K, Sam Ale-  Court, J^eali -Drown, Ella Jlawlin-  ->oii. Win .Malison, Harry Whitc-  siile, Ala_s William-., Mao Stewart,  JLucy i'ailor, 1'l-uiI Hughes, Ague;.  Jiovim.  :>id Division fioui .junior tu  Heinoi".  llobert Stowuii, Ctieli Eawroncw,  JJayinond CollUhuvv, Kale Dindley,  .laine.s Caldwell, .James Hough, Doi  ly UrilLtiluj, ICdmunU Knarston, Clu  turd Leightun, Ceorgv Johnson, Ag  lies  Duvlin,    JOrnest   llooth.  'llh   Division,   Droiiiotod     from  ��������� Junior to .Senior  Clash.  J. Howau, K. Mi-Ewan, li. lioli-  erlsoii, L. Sampson, A. Collier, A_  I'.L'i-isi'ord, AI." (;rey, J. lieiulrkkson,  W. Piper, Al. Dudley, L. lliekman,  A. Harrison, K. Cornlield, E. Yar-  lou,   I.  Ci'o.ssiin,  K,  Dee.  olh   Division,      I'l'oniol.'il   from  Junior  lo   Senior  Class.  John   Dudley,   Allan   Cohurn,   Jen-  ni<>   (loss,   iMuriel   Leicester,      Laura  llnthaway,      Iterthn     Paulson,    <)l|f.'i  (.'alvuslNy,    Agnes   (lillespie,      William  III) wtlioriithwnito,   Margaret    ltowun.  (ilk  Division,   l'l-oiiioled    irom  -  Junior  to   Senior .Class.  Winifred   Aiticer,   Jeunette    Scouse,  Hear.)    Ueifle    Alma  Dailies,      Victoi  McKen/.ie,    Uitle     McCregor,     EherLfc  McI\iunon,      Hoary    Morton,     lili'/a-  hoth   Alarshall,   Uoberi   LensU,   Fann.v  Konyon.  7th  Division,  from  Junior  2nd   to  Junior .'ird.  Alary Hog'g'iano, Kathleen MeDon  aid, Harold Booth, I'.li/aheth IJendW  Floreme Parkin, Lily Clilligan, Levi  Dendof, William jUartin. (..race TjoaMl  Alice Uoiuloi, Havid Little, Sarah  Morris '  'Jib Division, Second Primer to 1st  Reader.  Lenora I lavvthornihviaite, Alice An  derson, Ploreneo UeihV, Jiovvena Pe  to, Sadie ll.ndv, Jane Patterson.  Pol.ert Sage, Doroih.v Hums, John  Dotjers,    Alfred  Nash,    Ernest    While  Court.  2nd Division  Promotion      from  Junior   to    Senior  Tn order of  Merit.   .  Rohina   Anthonv.   EflVie   Johnston.  ���������_^_i������ss������S.v  - >:  V.^- if.  " '-S  :Sgiv  Wmrm  NOTICE TO '-CONTRACTORS.  . Ladysinith Wharf.  SEALED TENDERS, proporly endorsed -"Tender for Ladysniilh Wharf  and Approach,'' will lie received, hy  the undersigned up to noon ot Hie  30th insfc., for the erection and completion  of ii  wharf and  ap'liroach" atr'and signed - with  The cheques of unsuccessful tender-;  ers will. Ik. returned to them upon  the execution of thei contract.  The successful tenderer will be-re-  quired to furnish .bonds himself and  two sureties, satisfactory to the  Chief ConimiiSBioneri in tlie sum ol  eight hundred ($800)  dollars each.  Upon the execution of the hohd the  che/que aliove inentioned will, be returned to the contractor. ���������������������������  Tenders will not he considered unless made out on  the forms supplied  the actual sigjua-  ,00 0   IN    PRIZES  Champion ship   Baseball  NANAIMO RELIANCK VS. LADYSAIITIT.  Champion ship  VANCOUVER  Football  VS.   LADYSIUtT.!.  W5   I  Match S  ??  Match i������  ton  C  h i 1 d r e n. ��������� s    S p o. rt s  -1  sG r a n d    Kegat t a 3===  ��������� Oyster Ilarboiir,".Ladysmith. ;fiyC., , -  Drawings,  specifications   and  condi-  . tions of  tendering and contract may  be seen at^ the^ofnee of  the   . 1 'undic'  _��������� Works .Engineer,  Victoria,   BUT.,    at  the office of the'Government   Agent,  Nanaimo,  B.C.,    and  at   Ladysniilh,.  B.C., on and after June the 18th.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank .cheque or  certificate of deposit on a chartered  bank of Canada, made payable to the,  undersigned, in the sum of two luin-  ; dre<l ($200) dollars, which shall be  forfeited if Mie party tendering dc-.  cline to enter into contract when  called upon to do so.  , ture of the tenderer.;/  F. C. GAMBLE,  .... Public Works -..Engineer".  Lands.- and Works Department,  Victoria,  B.C.,  15th  June, 1906.'  W.  SILER "  ^EWEKAL LXfeMIs ft fi  PEJiIVm  WORK PROMPTLV   iu  Leave orders, at tbp Ablioi,sf6'r-l..   .  Keep  Minard'ss  house.  Liniment    in    the  I'ldian Canoe Raws, Log  R lling Contests, Scultiiif; Matches, etc.  53 Championship V.l. Swicnming Match��������� Amateur  Ui. ���������',.- ": ���������- ��������� v--...-  -B i g   Tu g���������o f���������w a r^===  LOGGING  CAMPS VS,'LADYSMITH.  BIG DAY OF SPORT  ������:---:-i'  Excursion  Rates From AH Points  <iilVWIIH)Vill11ili  RUSSELL   SIMPSON,  Chairman  H. MACKLIN,  Treasurer.  JAS.  ADAM  Meeretniv  [ai^saiB8s^fie^fs^55>������e s&mi&m  '.Hie. "Mni'S'iirel l^hei wood, Frederic  i'oi-k, Willinni > P.tv ies, Dorothy Yci-  U-s, I'Mwnrfl Snva^e, ..lames Allison  Minnie .tirh.mlsoii. F.lsie Cooper.  Kiisc Kavnt;-,., Arthur Van lTulk', .1  Si n nun nl.  '.'  Lsl   I'riiner  lo''2ntl  l'tinier.       '  .Joan  Afcl'.vvnn,    -Xellj-   HogtM-s,    ls-  .dxil    AlcAIiUan,    Liema   Little,   Edith  Uenille,    Ethel  McCourt     Porky  Do.;  Hiano.     Clar.i   DuKhy,   .les.sie   McCrr-  gor,    Albert   Hazenfrntz.  jOjth   ilivision  Class  14.  to  A..  Ethel   T'lirkin.   Cecilia     F..    Hawth  ornthwaito,   CJoergo   Stearinan,   Cha -  les   Mehan      Caroline   L-'ritsc-h,      Wil  linm   Old,    Kloivnce  Dudley,    Willinm  K.     Uickson,     Ellon   Martin     Graci-  Walker.    \'ivian Dii'er.  ii'li/aheth   A  Ihoii, , William Anlhun.v,    Harold  Js-  herwootl.    Alnrgviret  -Marshall,    Jackson   Whitehead,    Llunomo  V.    Xorris.,  I'races   Tyler.  Clat-s C. to D.  Harriet Jreno Woodward, Albert  O. Alasters, Lawrence Edmund 1'ries  tly, .llcrborl (idligan, William AK-  lCenzio, Joseph Xiandlc, Wilfred  Mash, Grace Piper, Dose Nan Hullo,  CI raid- Lav or, Edith FriLsch. Kather  ine Iliehnrds, lOvclyn Gladys W'eeU^.  ClilYoi'd GrttliUis, William K. Leigh-  ton.     Alfred   S    Weeks.  Class D to C.  John   Joseph   JJarbori,    Robert  \\  Allison,    Dliss   Eadeu,    Uobma    Col-  q u" ho u n.  SOUTH WARD SCHOOL.  1st  Divison    from  2nd  Render to .Ird  Deader.  Ella Fear,   Ethel  Drake,   Willie lian  dle'n.    Conrad,      Stolzonbeig,    Artlujr  Cocking,   Alilford Devlin,  Jennie Ltv'ug  ham,    Georgv ������������������WmUleman.  John Vat-!  or,   Ernest   Nicholson.  1st, to 2nil Render.  George l.levlin, Douglas W'estvvood.  Rhoda Devlin, Edith Boyce. Henry  Salmi, Walter Do.rislofd, Liizzia  Neon, Sain Orr, Felix W'inUloman.  Andivvv   tluntor.  2nd   Division.   'Jnd   I'riiner  to     1st  Reader.  Esther Solmi. Mali Gannn Xoie,  Joseph'Dushfield, . Hlanehe Moore.  Charles Lowe, Thomas Nicholson.  William Neon, Walter Baker, Annie  Yarrow, Thomas Conners, Lily . E.  Brown.  1st  Primer  to  'JndPrimer.  Rachel   Solmi, Lillian Conners. Vid  Hughes,   Bonnie Miles,   J5ora   Critch-  ley,    Florence Prime,    Reginald,  Scales,    Jennie   Gold,    Katherine  Bojx-e,  Elhel     Pender,   Lot lie   Scales,     .Mary  Ann   Graham,     William   Bailey,   Jas.  Allen,   Ada   Newton,   Maude    Lobley,  Edith    Langjdon, "Esther  Baker  ���������2nd   Division,    Promoted     from     2nd  Division  to  Lsl  Division..  Alathew   Watson,   Diehard    Browse,  Leonard      Haslam.      William   Jones,  Werner   Hendricl-.son,       Violet   Jones,  Francis   Gillespie,    Rhoda    Shepherd,  Margaret,    Hough,      King   Cnlvnsky,  Henry    Drown,    Morgan   Harris,   J>a-  v id  Stewari.  I-Yoni Junior 2nd Reader to Senior .  2nd. J.oadur.  ,'J'ho.nus Waring, Donald, Grcenv.ell  Glareiice Scale.-., Peter Wilson, Eveline hcaii, John Freer, George l'n-  \ is, lltig'h Morrow, John !lo)ul''i--U~  m.ii,  John  Steele.  2nd   Division,      from   1st    Reader    to  ' 2nd  Render.  ��������� 1 ntin   Andre,    Ena   Drown,     Archie  itushlield,     John   Dean,   Kate   Jlullie,  Idelin       Deinic-U,,  Gordon     Pearson,  .vale Wardill,  Llaiiniih, Cunlille,    Jvan  drown"      Riehnrd   Fielding',      George  Sorter,     Cyril     McLeod,   Jeane    Du.vv  ..on,    George    Waidill,  Elhel    Han is,  /amiy   Stewart.  iird. Division to 2nd Division.  Herod Pearson, Katherine Wilson,  Mary Rowan. Andrew Wilson, Mary  i.ownn, Andrew Wilson, .William Mc-  vlillan, Isabel Jo.i.isUm, Philemon  . asheiesse, J.ohert Dobson, Ruth Mc  jO'nv.ie, John Wardill. Ethel Wells,  k'hrihtol'her  llowbottom.  2nd' Piinier to 1st  Reader.  Thomas       Johnson,   Annie   Jureit,  . nino   Hondi-ickson,  Grace    Andrews,  low aid   Collishaw,     X'ei'a    AUeiihead  Viice    Dale.    Elizabeth Thomas,  lin-  ..���������ISnowden,   Herbert   Scales,   Thom-  ,s    Stewart,   Percival  Wilson.  ���������1th Division to 3rd.,  Delivers   Scales,   Willie    Nankeville,  li org*-.     Jarvis,    Elma   Hendrickson  !aldys,    Cunlil'i'e,      Constance   Freer,  Ol.sie   Gordon,    John   Porter,   Adrian  s'oiing,      Theiesn      Vasheresse,     Ina  \fntson.  14.   Class to A  Class.  Pleasant      Baxter. Trirze   Godfrey,  l.iymond      Dennett,    Ida     Johnston,  biggie  -Chapman.-   Ainard   Tloni_iok-  ion.    Cled.a  Coundley,    Watson  Shep-  lier.d.     ... ������������������.  -1th   Division,   Class Cto B.     ,,  Lily piper.    Godfrey Drown,  Sarah  >enn,     Eupene    Arnold,  David  Bone-  on.     Garoett     D,oj\n,  James Waring,  Villie   Fielding,   Clyde   Collishaw.  Work  in   ihe    mines will  no   suspen  led  this  afternoon "until    Wednesday  .fternooii,   thus   giving  everybody    a  banco    to   celebrate  Dominion    Day.  Work  will  resume   at the usual hour  . ,n Wednesday.  A rumor is g'oing the rounds that  iti-rangemen-ls are, in progress whereby the C.P R. would run a transfer  to the Western . Fuel Company's  wharves a tittle later on. .The JT. r-  ald, is in a position to state that  ihere is nothing . in the rumor, and  no such arrangements are being  considered.  Hurry Bray, the Nanaimo,boy, who  captured the ��������� Rhodes, scholarship for  British Columbia, as recently noted  in these columns, has again captured high honors. The results of the  intermediate examinations at Osg-  oode Hall. Toronto, where. Mr. Dray  has been in attendance, have ju-.t  been announced and Mr. Dray passes  with very high honors, heading Iris  class. In addition lo this he carries  oft the scholarship, value ������100, giv-  en hy the .Upper Canada Law Society. Air. Bray, however, being iden-  tified with the B. 'C. Law society,  will not be able to accept the scholarship,   which   is   limited   to   Ontario.  The funeral of the late Airs. Mary  Ann Sage, wife of Air. Jesse Sage,  Mill street, took place yesterday af-  ternoon in the presence of a large  number of Nanaimo's ciii/.eiis, who  turned out to pay their last respects to the memory of one .whose  history..- had been associated with  that.-;9_\thi3 city ever since .its earliest daj-s.  The   funeral   leu   the   family    resi  st  Thompson.   Sarah   Polkinghovncl  ^^  Mm  sU.ect    nnd  procceded. to  Geo  Mary Watson. Tommy Edmund  rg-inn   Thomas.  MTDDLE   WARD.  1st Division   Promoted  to  5th.    ftth,  7th and 8th Divison Central-  Robert  Smith.   John  Lnngdon.   William. Pollard.    Lillian   Watson.    Margin ret McLeod,  Bessie  Wilson.  George  Ivnnrston,    Sadie      Jenkins,     Lottie  Manifold,       Thomas      Wilcox,   Percy  Menkin.     Aivhibnls   McOuish,    James  Gordon.   Jnmes Devlin. John Grey.  1st Division Class B    to   A.  Joh-n   Godfrey,   Eva   HD'st,    Bertie  Wallace street. Methodist church,  where Rev. Robson conducted the  funeral  services.  The pall-bearers, all of whom, were  more or loss associated with the noble band of pioneers, who left, the  shores of old England during the  early fifties in the Princess Royal  and landed in Nanaimo in 1854, wer*  Mossi'9.   S.      Cough,   F.  Meakin,     B.  . Balcor,    G.  Norris, W. Randle and J.  j Handle.  I    AD-.    A.    E.    Hilbert had charge  ������l  j the funeral arrangeme*ats. _���������   ^^MMXM^M*  W?s.  THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  Trr  ��������� t ^rrrrrr ~ I         t h e   ���������>������JO.tS-3S2������S:  ���������  W COASTF  j The Good English Eadie  ���������  _j= ~Jf~S&g.  I This  cut illustrates the celebrated Eadie Two-Si>ced  Free Wheel _X  i Avith which we are able to  fit any o! our   English   fticyr-les    to _^f  i order,  enabling, the  lider  to   Climb sleep hills  with comparative iT  ?  ease. ,       ^  I 4>  i Wo arc soiling the Eadie Coaster llra'ce which can he put on X  | any -wheel, old or new. This Coastn i.s ihe simplest and best T*  j coaster on the market, will not loci, or slip, and costs the j������  f same as, the common brakes that give so much trouble Have. ���������  | an Kadie Coaster filled to your bicycle. We sell .mil mend all ^  ? mal.es of bicycles. A>  THOMAS PLIMLEY,  Government St.. (opp. Postoflice.) Victor..!,   B. C,  >  %   For Eveiyone,-  J Ladies,  f        Misses  1 & Girls  <-������-������..i������f.-������-i"i.*<-������..������"������'*  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  f It's MONEY in YOUR POCKETS ������  _������% to buy your fa  BOOTS & SHOES AT BICKLES  - .-wnj������j-i4.4������ww  ���������  ���������  4   The Best Quality, Guaranteed at the uowest Prices j*  Your Honey  Spreads $  Out a Lons������; Way at  BIC  <$h$m$h|������ ^^^^^*#^$^i$h& -$���������$$$  Smith, Fotos,  Local Items  si on lias been cancelled,  the    attendance at the Opeia House should     \&  That's All! j lai-ue,     The company  is a Vj!K    m:  and have brought ,-ilrn������ splendid sceu,-  The "Sidewalks of New York" Co  armed on the morning train today,  and will appear at the local Ope fa  House this  evonm._r.  Mr. Benjamin Clay, of the Tyco  Smelter staff, wj/. a passengei to  Victoria this morning, where he goes  on business.  ety to stage iheir play with.  Mr W. DaKin and Mi. McDonald,  and family left on this morning's  boat, ihe former for '1 mro, Nova  Scotia, and the latter foi ihe Noith-  west Territories, where (hey intend  to take up their residence in iiiture.  \\ iiiimher of friends accompanied tlie  paity to Hie Loal lo Mil them fate-1  well.  Owing lo the inclement weaUiei   the |    Rev   R.   Hov.vn,  l'lesidinl    ol     the  City Band aAioon.li.ght Excursion wilnch'  was   to   ha\e   taken  place   this  evening  has     been      postponed,   and   the  steamer engagement cancelled.  Hatep.iyeis aie reminded that to  day i.s the last day on which thev  will iccene leba-tos when ivu.*!'1^, ta\*-  cs. The City Clerk's oliice will be  open this evening.  A' banquet was held at the I<'i.inU  Hotel last e\cni,|g by hhcihIicls oi the  crew..of the S.S. Eileric. Some of  tlie oflicers and men arc lea-ving the  sbi]i here, and the cntci tain men t last  exeiiing  was.  in  tlieir hono''.  The Bachelors of Ladysmith last  evening tendc.ri.-d Mr. Dakin, former  principal of the Lad\.smjUi, schools,  a surprise (i.a'iy, and durin-r the  coin.se of the oiening, piesenteu him  with a \ciy handsome iwi ol irol.l  cuff links. Mr. H. Fulton acted' as  chairman.   ���������������.������������������  The show at the Opera House th's  even in": promises to be a good one,  and   now   that  the moonlight   excur-  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  {Lord's Day Alliance in Ladysmith,  has iccciwd notice lo {he clrect that  the He\. .J. CI. Sliearei, who is lo  lei lure throughout Westem Canada,  \, ill be in Ladysinith on Wednesday  evening, Jul) 11th, and will leetuie  al tlu- i'ri'shj ti nan (lunch Durimi,  Ihe eoiuse of the eienin.., 1-tov. JVL  Shivner will .tiisufi any question  which may le asi.eil appm taininu, 1o  the Sunday Olr.ei. ance legislation  which is now bciii/j; i onsnlered.  N OTIC Id.  \ loint meeting oi the Liberals uad,  ('unsei ��������� atiw.s will be held at 7:S0  o'cloCi. on Thin.sd.ij, duly fulli, in th'.\  Oinu'a House, L.Khsnulih, for tiliopui-  pose of discussing ways and means ot  conduct nit; (he uu\t pioiinci.il olec-  lion  in   Newcastle Disinct.  /OM.MITTEL'].  Try a Province Cigar  flags & Bunting Galore  ia  m  m   'm    at Blair & Adams'  NOTICE.  T have ta.kje.ii q\ er the scavenger lui-  sincss lately handled by M. Campbell  and am prepared to do woilc in this  line in first-class shale, Len\c orders with me.  ROREHT  CALLWDER,  Ladysmith,  D.C.  None Better-Capital & Nus;s;et C.&ars  \ Ladies' white & black Silk  I Paiaso:s with one, two and  j th'ree frills-^���������Cover comes  V  \ right off for washing  1 $3 to $4.50 Each  Missess* Silk Parasols in  pink, blue, white, cream &  the washing kind  $1.5,0 Each  Children's in gloria, Gingham, Etc.���������One, two and  three f.i-ls Also fancy braided  25c. to $1.00  Our store I will be Closed on  City Band   Moonlight Excursion  Around the Islands.  Per S.S. JOAN.  Saturday    June 3oth.  Plenty  of music, dancing, etc: -The  Boat leaves at 8 sharp.   Don't miss  ih is.  Adults 50c;  Children (under 12) 25'c.  LAUNCHING!   PARTIES.    / i      MANUF/  Par ties wishing lo engage a liisl-j | CarbonafCci  clluss launch Toi picnic oi" cacuisioh  parties at reasonable ia(es should  apply lo I-L HLAIIt, Cecil llolvl,  City. Launch may be enea'.f..l foi Ihe  coning at any lime st  WARN'INTC.  There has been much complaint recently of .strawberry 'siealin-g at Mr.  Christie's I'anch. .Mr. Cassiily has  been notified, ami any caught will be  prosecuted.  Ask for Miiiard's and  talio no other  a^wwww^vwwWkW^w^^ www wwww v^  B SBE:  This is your last  day   to do  shopping before the Holiday and we  are  prepared to  meet your   wants.     For Men���������      ���������   $5,00 Per Pair  ..$5,00 Per Pair  $1.50 Per Pair  ...25 & 50c Each  ^5 Walkover Shoes     3g Tan   Shoes   ^J Nobby Pants from   ^5 Up-to-date Ties  (in strings and .bmv.'i)  Fancy Sox  --35c.   Per .Pair  and other  things too numerous  to n-icntion.  This is. the last day of  Ihe   ttalc -of Men's White .Cuilviis Shoos at  $1.50' and 1.75 Per Pair  ���������V-sK for Capital and Niiggc Cigars  rnOTO.S���������One Dollar  l,u\s siv Cabinet Photos.     Sunday  i.s ��������� the .   last  div.     rhotogiaphs  will  not   le  oTer-  eil again at this pi ice      Come ti dav  tt'.licnck,  Ihe   I'hotogiapber  vSniote Big TI. Cigais  Pioneer Sottfiiif Woiks  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith,- B. C |  l I fain.. Prop.  AIANUFACTTJ-RKR OF  Iieverages,  ��������� linger   Beer       |  Fruit Syrups |  .   O.   Box   248 !  Procurt    your    groceries  ������������������-, .-,,'��������� 'Early  I Telephone orders promptly  ;\Attended to  StM( f LE1SER& CO Ltd.  A |yilAA||AAAilAiA^^iiiA||_|_____|_____ii    ______________k______________fe______________h______________i___________^  m^  FRESH SUPPLY OP-  ,M:-W aid Jed  WE  HAVE ON*HANb SOME-VERY NIC1  ^ ROLLED CQ������NED BEEF 12 i-2C. LB. ^  ^    A       UA\I>C:i ^  |A, HOWE  fc ?   MEAT   MARKET, ^  ,.������..������.������������.ltN������.  . 1 ..''^ve just -received a shipment of  Hills'  High Grade  mum tobigcos  DRUG   STORE  Wlllli I I Hi������t(T���������f-X-KXXrm  Saturday Evening, June 30th.  "Tlie Sidewalks o  ew York"  Will   be J'resell led.  COOT) FLAY.       COOL)  ACTING  GOOD TIME.  Seats on sa!<  at Forcinvaieriv!   FOR    '  to  .. ���������##*#-  >mw  to  VVU HAVE A I AROB SUPPLY OP  ���������flx d s  OF     ALL    DESCRIPTIONS    FOR  DOMINION     DAY  tftOYSMITH HARDWARE CO. LIMIFED  ff-*^    i^^    \^^*������   ^^W   r^     lP^   P*^    r^    wF*^   ff"^    ^*^   ^^   W*^   \^^*m  to  to  to  to  to  'Tei.nis Oouls  Lacrosse   Sticks   AND^   B?se Ball  Outfits  ,i   \VKITIi   J. BARNSLEY & CO.  BiC.  :'iW. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  A   )  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Mad.e to  Order to Fit.and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  i-jett'Sw: p������w������ .vrirnc.-n=������3F������f* :*  II  mmm aiiemiidn  We have inaile arrangements  to have a launch leavij the  wliarf every 'hour durimi Tburs  d,iy afleriKibns, and on -���������Sun-  clays after ' 10 .o'clock in the  forenoon fur the Green, and  shell l.cach, where v>*e haw established refroshiiKMil' booths.  Campers wishiiic; plots for  tentin_r sliijuld apply early, as  (bo Ciiinpiiij.',- season is nearly  here- ;  HUH.   McKINM-I.LliY���������:    HUGH THO'KNLEY.  FOUNTAIN   PENS  We have just received a shipment of the Famous  LAURENCE     FOUNTAIN     PENS  Each, one carries a. special guarantiee.     Prices-from  $1.00  up.  1 ���������    '.'������������������-u-7f-CALL -and   SEE   THEM- :.%���������"'<.';..���������>.":.  Bi FORCIAinER  -j Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  FIRST AVENUE LADYSHITrl   I  . --   --,���������     .r. __  - ��������� ���������. ���������   -  *  ..JUKI.  A FRESH SHIPMENT OF  m  JUST    RECEIVED  BLAIR 8c  ADAM  E. G. PAN NELL  CAT ACRE ST        LA DYSMITH  ��������� *n������t*i������������������t(������eoeeee8se  stiottaficat cso������������ ������������������������������*���������  arid  latest. Patterns and  Finishes  in  FRAME ;MOULDIN&S; '  PLAQUES. '    .  ��������������������������� -������ -^ -^;_-  WALL PACKETS.  Pictures���������British and G*rman. Bevel  .   Plate MirroiiS.  . r������ -^ -^ "^''-l  ������������������. ,j.   ������������������ ���������    ��������� --.  Passe Part-out Pictur<J Biniding . in.  all   colors.      Just, arrived'Irom-the  factory in the East.    .'  -%. <*. ���������*.-���������%���������  ���������  Picture Fntmin.g Neatly done at  H   KAVS  WAlit. PAPERiDEPpT  ���������I  Granite and Marble Works ���������  Granite and Marble Monu- m  ments, Tablets, etc., at .the ���������  lowest_.- -^prices   . consistent e  with "iffesi class stock   and ���������  worknianshii).       Write   for 9-  catalogiie; ���������  A.  STEWA'RT, J  148 Yates St.'.Victoria B.C ���������  Smoke a Big  B Cigar.  IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION  ^ENOURANCE"  (8132 II.   S. II.)  At Johnson's Livery Stab.e every  Tuesday at noon, and will remain  until Wednesday noon, ^ach week.  TEBMS-$15 TO INSURE  *������{

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